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RNZ: Country Life
Putting a steak in the ground with heritage breed

RNZ: Country Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 20:48


Two brothers have combined their skills to launch a paddock to plate business selling purebred Galloway meat products. Chopped Butchery is based on a farm at Morven in South Canterbury. The cattle are reared by farmer Adam and butchered by Eddie.

Put a Sock In It with Noah Beck & Larray
Paul Butcher Almost Died With Britney Spears

Put a Sock In It with Noah Beck & Larray

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 79:22


You probably know Paul Butcher from Zoey 101, but you didn't really know him until now. Paul shares what cast members he had crushes on, tells us about his near death experience with Britney Spears, and premieres his new song "Horses" in this episode! Chime: Sign-up for a Chime Checking Account only takes two minutes and doesn't affect your credit score. Get started at chime.com/sock. That's chime.com/sock. Babbel: Right now, save up to 60% off your subscription when you go to BABBEL.com/sock. That's BABBEL.com/sock for up to 60% off your subscription. Babbel—Language for life. Better Help: Our listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/SOCK.  Casetify: Go to CASETIFY.com and use my code, 15sock, or use the link in my description box to get 15% off your CASETiFY order!  Follow Noah: TikTok: @noahbeck Instagram: @noahbeck Twitter: @noahbeck YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClPsjnF7D_Ar1ZSrEsnTxJA Follow Larray: TikTok: @larrayeeee Instagram: @larray Twitter: @larray YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt_DaLB_NDqPVxezyvcfRtg Follow Paul Butcher: TikTok: @paulbutcher Instagram: @paulbutcher Twitter: @ThePaulButcher YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThePaulButcher To watch the podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvk0339JFpWheCf2sUbh3aw Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: https://bit.ly/PutASockInItPodcast If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, tweet, or send this link to a friend: https://bit.ly/PutASockInItPodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wisden Cricket Daily Podcast
The Commonwealth Games ends, The Hundred starts, and a lookback to England v South Africa, 2003

Wisden Cricket Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 94:15


Mark Butcher, Jo Harman and Taha Hashim join Ben Gardner to discuss England's fourth-place Commonwealth Games finish, Lisa Keightley's legacy as she steps down as head coach, and the implications of Tahlia McGrath appearing in the final despite testing positive for Covid-19. They also discuss what to expect from incoming ECB chair Richard Thompson, the opening stages of The Hundred and the One-Day Cup, and Jason Roy's continuing poor form. The episode also includes a lengthy lookback at England's 2-2 Test series draw with South Africa, which featured the end of the Nasser Hussain era, the start of Michael Vaughan's reign, two double hundreds for Graeme Smith, South Africa's new captain, and a breakout performance from Andrew Flintoff. Butcher, who made his final Test century in that series, and Martin Bicknell, who returned after a ten-year absence to play a key part in the decider, give their recollections. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Skyrim Addict: An Elder Scrolls podcast
Episode 211: Forgotten Seasons

Skyrim Addict: An Elder Scrolls podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 72:45


In this episode, Ray, Michael and Victor talk about the Creation Club add-on The Forgotten Seasons.Thanks for listening to this episode from ASAPodcasting.  If you have a moment please consider leaving a review on iTunes.    http://www.asapodcasting.com/#/skyrim/The Butcher, Baker and Candle Maker in Spaaace: A No Man's Sky podcast: https://anchor.fm/butcher-baker CONTACT: askyrimaddictpodcast@gmail.com Join our Discord:https://discord.gg/cVSN65jFor Merchandise please visit the Tragically Optimistic store here:https://optimistic.threadless.com/collections/asapodcasting-showsPatreonPatreon.com/asapodcasting A big thanks to the UESP, Elder Scrolls Wiki and Imperial Library for their incredible resources.  Until next time… Support the show

Talk Murder To Me
353 | Carrot Fudge: Bob Berdella's Torture Routine (Part 3)

Talk Murder To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 44:12


This episode sounds better without shitty ads: [ https://patreon.com/TalkMurder ]Evidence photos: https://talkmurder.com/bob-berdella/Watch Livestream: [ https://www.patreon.com/posts/livestream-353-69856515 ]From 1984 to 1988, Bob Berdella, ‘The Kansas City Butcher', killed six men, each aged 18 to 25. In his midtown Kansas City home, Berdella tortured and drugged them, then took polaroids of them in agony. After they died, he dismembered their bodies and mixed the parts with his trash.

A Heavy Metal Podcast - The Mighty Decibel
HARDCORE PUNK NEW RELEASES - July/August 2022

A Heavy Metal Podcast - The Mighty Decibel

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 30:41


It's time to revel in the new hardcore punk, d-beat, metal punk and grindcore releases issued from July and August 2022. Grind 'til death!! (0:00) "Skate Songs" EYES OUT - Back From The Abyss Back From The Abyss | Eyes Out (bandcamp.com) (2:30) "Shut Up I'm Talking!" THE LOUSY - Shut Up I'm Talking! SHUT UP I'M TALKING | THE LOUSY (bandcamp.com) (4:53) "Encarar" RIR - Isso Precisa Sair "ISSO PRECISA SAIR" EP | RIR (bandcamp.com) (8:07) "Christ's Soldiers and Other Delusional Orders" HOSTIA - Resurrected Meat HOSTIA (bandcamp.com) (9:25) "Brain Ruler" WOLFBRIGADE - Anti-Tank Dogs Anti-Tank Dogs EP | WOLFBRIGADE | Armageddon Label (bandcamp.com) (12:13) "Murder Machine" DEMOLITION AXE - House of Torture Demolition Axe (bandcamp.com) (14:42) "Full Contact" STRAIGHT TO A TOMB - Straight To A Tomb (2) Straight To A Tomb | Facebook (17:55) "Fast Forward" LOOSE NUKES - Fast Forward To Extinction Fast Forward To Extinction | Loose Nukes (bandcamp.com) (19:49) "War Hawks" A.F.K - Another Pair of Eyes Another Pair Of Eyes | A.F.K (bandcamp.com) (21:35) "Way of the Knife" MENSCHENSTAUB - Faule FÄULE | menschenstaub. (bandcamp.com) (22:48) "The Butcher" REMAINS - Grind 'Til Death Grind 'Til Death | Remains | Spikerot Records (bandcamp.com) (24:52) "Falso Luz/Colapso" STATE TERROR - No Present/No Future NO PRESENT, NO FUTURE.... | STATE TERROR (bandcamp.com) (26:48) "Inhuman System" TRENCHRAID - Demo 2022 Demo 2022 | Trenchraid (bandcamp.com) (29:02) "Remembrance Day" HERIDA PROFUNDA - Power To The People Power To The People | Herida Profunda (bandcamp.com)

John Whitmer Show
Jonathon Butcher interview 8/7/22

John Whitmer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 12:51


John talks with the Heritage Foundation's Jonathon Butcher about the Biden administration attempting to forgive student loan debt.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
How To Attract Capital Like A Boss With Podcasting

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 24:51


Welcome back! Our guest today is Matthew Baltzell. Mathew formerly hosted Real Estate Journeys with over 114 episodes, a Top 400 Business Podcast, and is a real estate investor with a portfolio of 743 units. Matthew, currently works as an Asset Manager at Boardwalk Wealth, a private equity company based in Dallas, Texas which specializes in acquiring large multi-family apartments.   Fun Fact: Matthew is a coffee sommelier and loves a good Americano.   [00:00 - 06:34] Opening Segment Matthew Baltzell is the CEO and founder of Elite Podcast Bookings, which helps real estate investors attract more capital and deal flow through podcasting. He started originally with Single Family Homes He left the United States and moved to GermanyHe got married in Thailand and had a kidMatthew got involved in Commercial Real Estate and is not currently here in the US.  He started investing through the Bigger Pockets meet-up Group from there he was able to involve himself in a private equity firm through asset management and started a podcast. From there he founded Elite Podcasts Booking.   [06:34 - 12:59] Now is the Time to Start Podcasting Matthew shares how he started his podcast He considers Podcasting as one of the fastest ways to build your network and learn new things. He was able to connect with other people in the real estate industry  The average podcast doesn't make it past 13 episodes And the people who have succeeded on this platform have the most consistency over time. Analog vs digital: The old school way is analog, While the digital way is where you can go on one podcast and have 365 episodes per year with a possibility of 300,000 downloads or listens per year  There are people who find podcasting is not for them, but there are people who are consistently out there podcasting and they realize the value of being on a podcast. Through podcasting, Matthew's company was able to help other real estate investors leverage their platform.     [12:59 - 19:10] How to make your first impression on a podcast as a successful guest One of the biggest mistakes real estate investors make is not podcasting and not engaging with their audience Matthew shares tips on creating a good Call To Action and how to handle materials for effective content.  Podcasting is a great way to connect with your audience and build relationships The best guests are those who have good audio and visuals, and who are direct with their listeners       [19:11 - 24:50] Closing Segment Reach out to Matthew Links Below Final Words         Tweetable Quotes   “The time to start working out is two years before you have a heart attack. Not when you have a heart attack, The time to tell somebody you loved them is today, not when they're dead.”  - Matthew Baltzell   “The people that consistently are out there podcasting. They know, and they realize the value of being on podcasts.” - Matthew Baltzell ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Matthew  visit their website www.elitepodcastsbookings.com Enter the promo code “SAM” and get a 25% discount for the first month of their service.     Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.      Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com   Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:40] Sam Wilson:Matthew bald sell is the CEO and founder of elite podcast bookings, which helps real estate investors attract more capital and deal flow through podcasting. Matthew, welcome to the show, Sam. Pleasure to be here, man. The pleasure's mine, there are three questions. [00:00:53] Sam Wilson: I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. You tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:58] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So where did I start? I originally started in single family homes fast forward, about 10 years after that 2000 or eight years after that 2016, I left the United States failed, attempt to move to Germany. [00:01:10] Matthew Baltzell: Wound up in Thailand, got married, fell in love, had a kid got involved in commercial real estate. And now I'm currently here. What was the other part of the question? Start? How did I get there? Yeah, so I I started investing. All right. Basically I started a bigger pockets meetup group. And from there I was able to connect, getting involved in a private equity firm. [00:01:32] Matthew Baltzell: Asset management started a podcast. One thing led to another, and now I created a elite podcast booking to help real estate investors attract more capital deal flow, et cetera.  [00:01:41] Sam Wilson: That is, I love the journey. Like there's a lot of moving pieces there. And I like the fact that you said, Hey, there was a failed attempt at what was it failed attempt at moving to Germany. [00:01:50] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. Failed attempt for sure.  [00:01:52] Sam Wilson: What do you think your secret is? I mean, that's a lot of like, go left turn, right? Uhoh this didn't work, but that did, but how did you keep on, like what was it that kept you moving forward?  [00:02:01] Matthew Baltzell: You hear people talk about like, I don't know, they're north star, you're basically your gut. [00:02:05] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Right. So if your gut says, like, you know something about this property, I really like, right. You can't put your finger on it, but you know, like you can make this work, right. You can always make something work. And for me, like, I kind of just let my gut dictate. Right. So I knew that I wanted to live in abroad and I wanted to go, I thought I wanted to live in Germany. [00:02:26] Matthew Baltzell: And then, just scratching that itch is like, if I'm not, if I don't scratch that itch, I don't know what's gonna become of it. Right. And like I said earlier, I got involved in private equity while I'm abroad. So, you would think if you live in Denver, Colorado, and you wanted to get a job in private equity, maybe you would go to like a bigger pockets meetup, or you'd go to your local meetup, et cetera. [00:02:46] Matthew Baltzell: And you'd kind of get your foot in that way. It doesn't necessarily make sense to move halfway around the world to Thailand, to back channel your way into commercial real estate. And so, doing that, pushing myself. Kind of leading myself to, always doing what I kind of wanted to do if I'm interested in something that I go after it, and I don't necessarily know what stems from it. [00:03:04] Matthew Baltzell: And I think a lot of people fear that of the unknown. Right. So when you fear something of the unknown, you just could become reserved. It's like, Hey, Sam, I wanna buy you a cup of coffee and I want you to walk me through this deal the whole time. So I feel safe and maybe we can make a little bit money, but I'm kind of too scared to do it on my own. [00:03:22] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Right. People are afraid to venture out from their comfort zone, but when you step farther out on the curve, that's where you make the biggest leaps and find the most success within, your personal self your finances, relationships, et C.  [00:03:35] Sam Wilson: Talk to me about the jump from commercial real estate. [00:03:37] Sam Wilson: So you're involved in a PE firm, which I think is hysterical. Like you said, who moves halfway around the world to go get into a PE firm. That's probably buying real estate here in the United States. I'm guessing. Yes.  [00:03:47] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So I. I created. So I was trying to reverse engineering. This was back in 2000 in 18 ish, like the beginning of 2018, everybody was talking about multi-family. [00:03:56] Matthew Baltzell: I was thinking of my next move. And I was like, okay, I wanna get involved in multi-family. How do I start? So I was trying to think outside the box and I started a meetup, through bigger pockets, right? So it was like six to eight members. And one of the pers one person that. Everybody else was back in the United States, by the way. [00:04:12] Matthew Baltzell: And one person that didn't join was like, Hey, I want to I'm following your progress. I wanna introduce you to somebody, which was the main principle of the private equity firm. That was just starting off. I started doing some underwriting. I started doing basically some advertisements, et cetera, basically leading with value. [00:04:29] Matthew Baltzell: Wasn't asking for anything in return. One thing LEDs to another, it was like, Hey, why don't we put you on the website? Hey da, da, da. And I'm like, so I'm working here. Okay. Like, alright. And so I got my foot in that way, started helping out with asset management and, it's just like, there's no difference if you're in Denver, Colorado, or Texas. [00:04:46] Matthew Baltzell: If you can show up to the meetings on time, look at the, financials, show up to the meetings, make sure projects are on time. I mean, that's all really, it is. So there's really no difference. So you're living in California. Investing in New York or you're living in Thailand and you're still acquiring properties in Atlanta, Georgia, and Florida, et cetera. [00:05:03] Sam Wilson: Right, right. That's cool. I love that. When did you figure out that you were onto something with podcasting?  [00:05:08] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So my original podcast that I had was it's called real estate journeys. It had about 114 episodes. And what I saw from podcasting then is one, it was a great networking tool. From my, just from my own show, I met some really cool people within the real estate industry that I still talk to this day over social media. [00:05:29] Matthew Baltzell: and it was just a great way to network. And then I saw people trying to pitch to get on my show, trying to get people onto other, or myself going onto other shows. And I kind of just saw this like, process of basically being kind of fragmented, right. People are trying to attract more deals or trying to do more podcasting, et cetera. [00:05:46] Matthew Baltzell: I mean, you look, or you look at Joe FRAs, right. He had the longest running single day podcast and then Whitney, so is like, okay, like I'm gonna do the exact same thing and now he's blowing up. And then everybody starts trying to. duplicate that process. But what you see is, yeah, there you go. You're point to yourself. [00:06:02] Matthew Baltzell: People can't see that, but what you see is the people that have the most consistency over time they have the most success right. And then you always have muddied waters in the beginning, whether it's the first couple episodes, the average podcast, doesn't make it past 13 episodes. [00:06:15] Matthew Baltzell: Wow. So if you continue to basically network like you're doing right now, you have a platform and over time, when you go to put out a deal, You've already developed your network and you can raise 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 million now for a deal, as opposed to like, oh, now I have a deal. Now I'm gonna go on podcast. Now I'm gonna post on link, LinkedIn, you should be doing all these things before they even start. [00:06:40] Matthew Baltzell: The time to start working out is two years before you have a heart attack. Not when you have a heart attack, the time to tell somebody you loved them is today, not when they're dead. You know what I'm saying? Right.  [00:06:50] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. No, I love that. And I think that's one of the things that people who don't podcast, probably don't see as a benefit is just the networking side of it. [00:06:58] Sam Wilson: I mean, it's been for me the single fastest way I've grown, my network is by podcasting. This is, again I'm copy and paste. There's no or, success leaves clues. So. I'm following Whitney, I'm following Joe and running a daily show. And it's like, okay, that's 365 new guests a year. [00:07:14] Sam Wilson: It's like, okay, this is really cool. Like I am learning and building. And again, like you said, I think that's something that people overlook. When, if they're if they're looking to start a podcast or looking to get into it, That's gonna be your primary benefit outta the gate is building your network and not necessarily, going out and while you do raise more money, I think that's the primary benefit you get is just building your network. [00:07:32] Sam Wilson: And that should be it.  [00:07:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, for sure. And I think people make the mistake of like, Let's say you have a daily podcast or you do have a daily podcast or I, Joe fearless has a daily podcast and people think like, oh, who am I? Who am I to raise capital? Or who am I to have a podcast? Nobody's gonna wanna listen to me. [00:07:48] Matthew Baltzell: Right. Right. But you are an individual, right? Yes. It might be a copycat. A copy and paste method. Like everybody's having a podcast, but I wanna hear what you have to say about the market. I want to hear what you have to say about networking. I wanna hear what you have to say. So there's thousands of capital razors. [00:08:05] Matthew Baltzell: You can go with whoever you want. Right? Who do you like know and trust and people that have consistency, especially with the digital footprint. You're more likely to like no one trust them as opposed to somebody that's just starting their podcasts, something that's just starting to blog someone. That's just starting the newsletter, et cetera, et C. [00:08:20] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. So you launched a podcast company, you saw holes in the industry, you saw it was fragmented and you said, you know what? I think I can help real estate investors solve problem X, what is the problem you are solving?  [00:08:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, so like I was, we're touching on briefly, right? So there's analog and then there's digital. [00:08:38] Matthew Baltzell: So the analog is basically the old school way. Right? Real estate is like traditionally like a good old boys club is the slow moving part, shake cans, kiss babies, go to conferences. How can you do that? Right. You can maybe go to Dallas. You could go to so many, there was C, right. But now as everything was digital, You go on one podcast, you have 365. [00:08:59] Matthew Baltzell: What? 365 episodes. Maybe you don't have 'em on the weekends. Let's say you have 300 episodes per year. Right? Right. And let's say your average downloads is a thousand. We'll just make that up. You have 300,000 listens downloads of people listening to you, right. That's astronomical. Right? So if somebody is going on two podcast, episodes of wi a. [00:09:21] Matthew Baltzell: Right. And we'll just say that the average podcast has a thousand downloads are going on two podcasts, 2000 downloads a month, 24,000 downloads a year you've already got your message across the 24,000 people. And American express says it takes seven different touchpoints for people to take action. [00:09:39] Matthew Baltzell: So as much as I like you, this is the first time you and I are talking, right. You can present me with a deal with a two X equity, multiple under red it within five years. Six to eight per et cetera, et cetera. And I can be like, like that seems pretty reasonable for the market, but why am I gonna invest with you as opposed to Joe FARs? [00:09:56] Matthew Baltzell: Right. I've never spoken with Joe far, but I've spoken to you. Maybe. I like you, maybe I don't, but maybe after I hear you, the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh time. That's when you see results, that's when the lagging indicator comes. That's when you go to the gym, that's when you don't have the heart attack. [00:10:10] Matthew Baltzell: Right. But the people that just come in, right. And they try and do one rep and they tear their muscles and it's like, okay this podcasted thing. It wasn't for me. But the people that state, but the people that consistently are out there podcasting. They know, and they realize the value of being on podcasts. [00:10:27] Matthew Baltzell: And that's where we come in. One I've been on, I've been on a bunch of podcasts. I've leveraged my network. I had 114 podcast episodes. And so we helped real estate investors leverage our, my, our platform to help get on other industry, leading platforms, such as your podcast. And then it is just very synergistic. [00:10:45] Matthew Baltzell: Hopefully they raise more money, raise more capital, attract, more deal flow, et cetera. and That's where we come in  [00:10:51] Sam Wilson: that, yeah, that's really cool. I like that. And I think certainly I don't, at this point, don't handle my own bookings anymore. It's something where I've got a team member that takes care of getting everybody lined up and booked. [00:11:01] Sam Wilson: So, but I'm pretty sure you guys have sent some people our way, which I've certainly. Yeah, for sure. Always. Absolutely. Thank you again for that. absolutely, man. I know it's a great, it's a win-win and people. I think people overlook that. Like I know when the first podcast I went on two or three years ago as a guest. [00:11:16] Sam Wilson: It went back to that, probably the self doubt questions. Like why do I, why does anybody wanna have me on a podcast? Like, I'm just a guy doing deals. So is everybody else like, there's a lot of those things that, that I think people don't expect that they would make a great guest and, or yeah, for sure. [00:11:29] Sam Wilson: And, or they're so busy that they would make a phenomenal guest, but don't have time to go out and actually figure out how to go get on the shows cuz it's just like I got other things going on and figuring out which shows to get on is a a piece of work. Tell me about this. What do you say makes a great guest when someone comes on a podcast, do you guys do any sort of coaching or any sort of like, Hey, when you get on here's some things that be, preparing here's how to Accu adequately prepare for a show. [00:11:51] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So one of the, one of the biggest mistakes, I'll just start off with one of the biggest mistakes is when people go on a show, right. And they get to the end of the show and they say, Sam might say, Hey, Matthew, thanks dragon on what's the best place to find best place to find you, et cetera, et cetera. [00:12:06] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Most people say, oh, Sam, thanks for having me. I'm available on LinkedIn. I'm also available at Matthew xyz.com and I also have a free ebook. And here's my phone number and reach out to me and I love to talk real estate. It's like, okay, the person that listens to a podcast, it's a very intimate experience. [00:12:25] Matthew Baltzell: They listen to the whole thing all the way you typically through. It's not like a song, you just jump in the middle. Right, right. And so it's like, you got to the end, you almost want the reward. And it's like, okay, what's going to incentivize me to stop listening to this podcast. And what'd he say, he used to go to Instagram, LinkedIn. [00:12:42] Matthew Baltzell: Here's his email and he likes to talk real estate. Okay. So we encourage people to practice a clear and concise call to action, right. Something that has some scarcity. So you could say, Hey, for the first two people to go to my website or first two first two real estate investors to go to my website and click on the pro click. [00:12:59] Matthew Baltzell: And we're register a call with me and into the promo code. Sam will receive. 25% off my coaching program or something like that. Right. Right now, when they enter the promo code, Sam, where they came from. So if you 1500 people, et cetera, et cetera, entered it, then all of a sudden you're like, wow, I was on Sam's podcast. [00:13:17] Matthew Baltzell: And now we got a hundred leads from Sam's podcast. Now, you know where they're coming from. And the people that are listening to that are like, oh, there's only. They're only giving away this promotion to two people. I better get home as fast as possible because this episode just released at five o'clock from work and I'm driving home and I'm gonna go over this website and I'm gonna enter my information. [00:13:36] Matthew Baltzell: But if you just say, Hey, I'll talk to you when I talk to you, maybe I'll see you next year at the bigger pockets. A conference it's like, right. Okay. Whatever. So yeah, I would say that's one of the biggest mistakes that typically not only real estate investors make going on podcasts, but a lot of people that make going on podcasts. [00:13:53] Matthew Baltzell: And then the second thing I would say is like, know what you want to talk about. Right. And so whether whatever that topic is, feel somewhat comfortable with it and practice it over. Right. And when you are going on your first couple podcasts, you, no, you're not gonna be great. You're gonna muddle through it. [00:14:10] Matthew Baltzell: You hosted your podcast, you have a bunch of episodes. I'm sure it's painful to listen to the first 20 podcast episodes, as opposed to where you are now. Right? You're more, you're better at conversation. You were talking, we were talking earlier, like I was talking to an investor, BA Bing, BA boom. [00:14:24] Matthew Baltzell: You picked up the mic and here we are talking right. A year ago. You probably would've prepped like an hour for an interview. Like, oh my God, like, what is this person? It's insane. Right. Right. So. I mean, people should practice. Right. And realize that it's not gonna come necessarily, oh, some people are better at it than others, but you know, with more practice you become a better podcast guest and myself included. [00:14:45] Matthew Baltzell: Right. I just started recently going on the podcast in circuit talking about this business, I've been on other podcasts talking about, earlier, like. A year and a half ago talking about, real estate investment side, but it just takes time. And, people shouldn't beat themselves up, cuz everybody has an interesting story and people want to hear about your story, not just regurgitated information about. [00:15:05] Matthew Baltzell: Blah, blah, blah, blah,  [00:15:05] Sam Wilson: blah. right. I love that. Yeah. The idea of getting your reps in is you just have to do it, get your reps in, make your mistakes. If you're listening to this and go, gosh, we've never been on a show. Come on this one, if you're an experienced and, or on your way to an experienced commercial real estate investor, come on this show. [00:15:20] Sam Wilson: It's one of those things where it's less intimidating probably than what people think. But yeah, you're absolutely right. I look back on my first 20, 30, 50 episodes and I'm like Oh, like, are those still out there on the internet? They are CRI, but it's the way it is, man. It's just the way.  [00:15:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. [00:15:34] Matthew Baltzell: But it, but that's the beauty of it, too. Cuz if you think about it, right, I mean, How easy is it to look at anything online, kind of, and semi duplicate it, right? You can you can Photoshop a photo. You can copy and paste a resume. But to say that you have, let's say 200 podcast episodes. [00:15:52] Matthew Baltzell: Like people concede the progression, they look, they can just jump to of 50, hear your intro and was like, ding, ding, ding, ding. And you're like, oh, Church bells, like what's going on. and then now you have a clear, concise mic. You have better audio, you have better visual. You're more natural. You're a better speaker. [00:16:10] Matthew Baltzell: And these things people wanna see progression, right? People wanna be on the upward spiral of the tornado. They don't wanna be on a plane that's going crashing and burning. Right? Like how often do you see in the headlines when something bad happens? Everybody just piles on, but when somebody's going up and up, they're like, oh yeah, like I was on Sam's podcast, like episode 55, like now there's 300. [00:16:29] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. He's doing great. Oh man. They wanna be a part of greatness,  [00:16:32] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. No, man, I think that's absolutely great. Tell me what else. So you guys help people kind of, figure out how they wanna present themselves via podcast. You guys help people get book. [00:16:42] Sam Wilson: On other shows, what are some other things that you see people doing, maybe that they're doing the right doing correctly, you say, Hey man here's some things I see some of the best podcast guests doing, what are those  [00:16:52] Matthew Baltzell: things? Yeah. So I would say the people that are do that are the best podcast, guests are like modern day that have good audio and have good visuals. [00:17:03] Matthew Baltzell: And you'd be surprised like. Like you have a good microphone. I can see that I have a quality microphone. It definitely helps. Right, right. You don't want to hear like the echo chamber of like, somebody's down the hall in the closet. You sound very like, oh, this man's very soothing. He's in my ear. Then you ask me a course, like, oh, how are you doing? [00:17:20] Matthew Baltzell: Oh, good. Right. And so people that are. Having good audio, having good video audio. Yeah. Good audio and good video. Like that's something that's very very good to have. Especially now, like in today's modern world, your first representation of possibly seeing me or possibly seeing you is gonna be like, oh cool. [00:17:39] Matthew Baltzell: He has some books over there in the corner. Like maybe I, maybe we were late. I can't necessarily see those, but he has about 10 in the left hand corner. You have your logo in the upper left hand corner. You have. Your brand on your shirt, like, okay, this guy looks serious, but if you had a greeny camera and bad audio, it's like, I'm out. [00:17:58] Matthew Baltzell: I don't necessarily, he could be a good guy. I don't know. Maybe do I wanna invest? I don't know. He can't even buy a good microphone. We'll make some things. He can handle a hundred thousand dollars of my money.  [00:18:06] Sam Wilson: Ouch. There it is. There it is. I like that. I like the directness here. You're absolutely correct. [00:18:11] Sam Wilson: You're absolutely correct. And that's something that, that I've had to and again, we're just talking here, but I've had to ask a couple of guests. Hey, let's reschedule. Let's reschedule when you can get your camera or your mic or something, set up correctly because I've recorded episodes before in the past where I've allowed people to use sub quality or mics or cameras and things like that. [00:18:30] Sam Wilson: And then I get done with it. I'm like, gosh, that was a 30 minute waste of my time. Cuz. it just wasn't as good as it could be. And it's not even, I mean, gosh, you can get a decent setup for under a few hundred bucks, if you're yeah, just a, an amateur podcast guest, I mean a decent setup, a few hundred dollars. [00:18:45] Sam Wilson: I mean, mine, of course, I've got a lot more money than maybe but I do this daily, so that's a different. But it's your business  [00:18:51] Matthew Baltzell: for sure. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. That's the thing you should, you, you should be, didn't like your business, right? Right. I mean, think about it. If you were in the conference and you went up to somebody and they shook your hand and they had like, not a firm handshake and it was kind of limp and they. [00:19:01] Matthew Baltzell: Shook your watch and you're initially you're automatically thinking like, well, that was kinda weird. Does it mean you're not gonna like that person? Does it mean you're not gonna have a good relationship? No, but you're already starting off on the back foot. Right. And if somebody's coming to you and you're having a thousand downloads per episode, and you're having 300 episodes a year, you. [00:19:16] Matthew Baltzell: You wanna put the best foot forward and have a good representation or you're trying to raise capital, et cetera. Do you want have a grainy website? Do you want to have a broken down non-professional copy written newsletter? No. These are things that you don't want to have. You wanna have these buttoned up be this guy's a, an experienced sponsor who can handle capital and he can raise the deals and track deal flow, et cetera. [00:19:36] Sam Wilson: Right man. That's cool. That's absolutely cool. What do you like, like talk, talk me through the process when somebody comes on board with you, can you kind of break that down? Just so our guess that idea of what it is exactly that you guys do and how the process works. Yeah.  [00:19:49] Matthew Baltzell: So somebody would typically we'd schedule a sales call and, or not sales call, but we just basically have a conversation, right. [00:19:54] Matthew Baltzell: To see where you're at within your real estate investing. Journey. Right. And so typically, we work with capital razor sponsors. And then we see, where you're trying to go from there. What is your goal necessarily? Are you trying to raise $1 million? Are you trying to raise $500,000? [00:20:10] Matthew Baltzell: Are you trying to track more deals? And so we kind of figure it out from there. And then we construct a plan to determine if podcasting is going to be a good avenue for you to help promote your message. So if you're like, Hey, I want to do 15 deals or two deals next year. It's like, okay, like maybe that's possible. [00:20:29] Matthew Baltzell: How many deals have you done so far? And then if it's from there, it's like, okay, these are the podcasts we typically work with. I think we can get you this many impressions across the board over. X Y Z amount of time, if you're trying to go, if you think it's this episode, we're recording in July 5th. [00:20:48] Matthew Baltzell: Right? So if you're listening to this episode and you think you're gonna have a deal under contract end of October, early November, now's a good time to start promoting that message or, Hey, I'm traveling all summer. I'm not gonna be able to do this. Okay. Like maybe that's not gonna work out. [00:21:04] Matthew Baltzell: So then once you decide to come on board, from there, we basically looked at your marketing material. How experienced are you as a marketer? What are you using as a lead capture page help? You can construct your funnel. And then from there, we do a little bit of coaching as well to basically help you develop that and then link you up with the proper podcast that we see fit and then help you push out your material. [00:21:26] Matthew Baltzell: And then another thing we're working on, but we haven't released it is as far as the. Basically segmenting up your video and everything that you are when you go on a podcast and having that be micro content. So you can continuously, if let's say you were doing two podcast episodes a month and you have one, one hour long video, or one 30 minute video, you could break that up into three or four pieces plus the full 30 minute piece. [00:21:49] Matthew Baltzell: And now you have your newsletter. Now you post one piece of content on LinkedIn, and then now you're able to. Post three or four times weekly with your podcast, with your newsletter, with one pod or with one promotion or something on separately on, on LinkedIn. Now, all of a sudden, you're starting to say people's top of mind. [00:22:07] Matthew Baltzell: Now you have more content and it's especially, you don't have to generate the content. Right? People think like I gotta make content today. Like, oh my God, what do I do? It's like, go on a podcast, have somebody break it up for you. It's.  [00:22:18] Sam Wilson: Right. And that's and that's all from one episode. I think that's the cool part is that you've taken one episode, you've pulled out, 20, again, pieces of micro content and said, okay. [00:22:26] Sam Wilson: And again, for the busy professional, you having somebody like you come in and kind of handle that suite of services a to Z, cuz there's a lot to think about that you just mentioned in there. Yeah. Everything from what shows should you be on how to prepare for and building, building your funnels building, okay. So what's the call to actions? How are we gonna republish this content? There's a lot of moving pieces involved with podcasting and with being a good podcast guest and also even, from the host side is getting getting our guests to res. So even from, it's really great having guests come on the show, but if our guests aren't taking the stuff that we're giving them and then marketing it to their audience, it's kind of not completely wasted cuz obviously we pump it out on our end, but man, you won't get nearly the traction out of it. [00:23:07] Sam Wilson: So we even on this side are working really hard to get our guests, to use the content that we're providing. So that's really cool. What you guys  [00:23:13] Matthew Baltzell: do understandable. Yeah,  [00:23:14] Sam Wilson: for sure. Matthew I've really enjoyed having you come on the show today. Talk about podcasting. What's that? I was  [00:23:21] Matthew Baltzell: just gonna say, I enjoyed your style. [00:23:23] Matthew Baltzell: I liked it a lot. And it was a pleasure being here. Thank you for  [00:23:25] Sam Wilson: having me. Absolutely, man. I mean, and you gave some great, we haven't really done an episode like this that just talks about what it means to be a good podcast guest. What does it mean to come on a show and be absolutely prepared to to knock it outta the park? [00:23:37] Sam Wilson: And so you've given our listeners, I think some really cool things to think about. As it pertains to, one, one ha being good podcast guest, and also what it takes, to actually use the stuff that we create and get the most mileage out of it. So, thanks for doing that. [00:23:48] Sam Wilson: Certainly appreciate it. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you and learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:23:53] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, so you can go to elite podcast, bookings.com and you can click on the homepage in the upper right hand corner. You can schedule a call and if you enter the promo code, Sam, we will give you 25% off your first, our first month's service. [00:24:06] Matthew Baltzell: There we go. That's what it's first month's service. Now I butchered it. Huh? See, there we go. Butcher  [00:24:10] Sam Wilson: before I started. Yeah. What were you saying about getting your call to action? Right? I'm just kidding you, man. Yeah, there we go there.  [00:24:16] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, no, there we go. See it's. I gotta practice,  [00:24:19] Matthew Baltzell: gotta practice it every single time. [00:24:21] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Matthew, thanks for coming on the show. Certainly appreciate it.  [00:24:25] Matthew Baltzell: Cheers. Thank you. [00:00:40] Sam Wilson:Matthew bald sell is the CEO and founder of elite podcast bookings, which helps real estate investors attract more capital and deal flow through podcasting. Matthew, welcome to the show, Sam. Pleasure to be here, man. The pleasure's mine, there are three questions. [00:00:53] Sam Wilson: I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. You tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:58] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So where did I start? I originally started in single family homes fast forward, about 10 years after that 2000 or eight years after that 2016, I left the United States failed, attempt to move to Germany. [00:01:10] Matthew Baltzell: Wound up in Thailand, got married, fell in love, had a kid got involved in commercial real estate. And now I'm currently here. What was the other part of the question? Start? How did I get there? Yeah, so I I started investing. All right. Basically I started a bigger pockets meetup group. And from there I was able to connect, getting involved in a private equity firm. [00:01:32] Matthew Baltzell: Asset management started a podcast. One thing led to another, and now I created a elite podcast booking to help real estate investors attract more capital deal flow, et cetera.  [00:01:41] Sam Wilson: That is, I love the journey. Like there's a lot of moving pieces there. And I like the fact that you said, Hey, there was a failed attempt at what was it failed attempt at moving to Germany. [00:01:50] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. Failed attempt for sure.  [00:01:52] Sam Wilson: What do you think your secret is? I mean, that's a lot of like, go left turn, right? Uhoh this didn't work, but that did, but how did you keep on, like what was it that kept you moving forward?  [00:02:01] Matthew Baltzell: You hear people talk about like, I don't know, they're north star, you're basically your gut. [00:02:05] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Right. So if your gut says, like, you know something about this property, I really like, right. You can't put your finger on it, but you know, like you can make this work, right. You can always make something work. And for me, like, I kind of just let my gut dictate. Right. So I knew that I wanted to live in abroad and I wanted to go, I thought I wanted to live in Germany. [00:02:26] Matthew Baltzell: And then, just scratching that itch is like, if I'm not, if I don't scratch that itch, I don't know what's gonna become of it. Right. And like I said earlier, I got involved in private equity while I'm abroad. So, you would think if you live in Denver, Colorado, and you wanted to get a job in private equity, maybe you would go to like a bigger pockets meetup, or you'd go to your local meetup, et cetera. [00:02:46] Matthew Baltzell: And you'd kind of get your foot in that way. It doesn't necessarily make sense to move halfway around the world to Thailand, to back channel your way into commercial real estate. And so, doing that, pushing myself. Kind of leading myself to, always doing what I kind of wanted to do if I'm interested in something that I go after it, and I don't necessarily know what stems from it. [00:03:04] Matthew Baltzell: And I think a lot of people fear that of the unknown. Right. So when you fear something of the unknown, you just could become reserved. It's like, Hey, Sam, I wanna buy you a cup of coffee and I want you to walk me through this deal the whole time. So I feel safe and maybe we can make a little bit money, but I'm kind of too scared to do it on my own. [00:03:22] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Right. People are afraid to venture out from their comfort zone, but when you step farther out on the curve, that's where you make the biggest leaps and find the most success within, your personal self your finances, relationships, et C.  [00:03:35] Sam Wilson: Talk to me about the jump from commercial real estate. [00:03:37] Sam Wilson: So you're involved in a PE firm, which I think is hysterical. Like you said, who moves halfway around the world to go get into a PE firm. That's probably buying real estate here in the United States. I'm guessing. Yes.  [00:03:47] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So I. I created. So I was trying to reverse engineering. This was back in 2000 in 18 ish, like the beginning of 2018, everybody was talking about multi-family. [00:03:56] Matthew Baltzell: I was thinking of my next move. And I was like, okay, I wanna get involved in multi-family. How do I start? So I was trying to think outside the box and I started a meetup, through bigger pockets, right? So it was like six to eight members. And one of the pers one person that. Everybody else was back in the United States, by the way. [00:04:12] Matthew Baltzell: And one person that didn't join was like, Hey, I want to I'm following your progress. I wanna introduce you to somebody, which was the main principle of the private equity firm. That was just starting off. I started doing some underwriting. I started doing basically some advertisements, et cetera, basically leading with value. [00:04:29] Matthew Baltzell: Wasn't asking for anything in return. One thing LEDs to another, it was like, Hey, why don't we put you on the website? Hey da, da, da. And I'm like, so I'm working here. Okay. Like, alright. And so I got my foot in that way, started helping out with asset management and, it's just like, there's no difference if you're in Denver, Colorado, or Texas. [00:04:46] Matthew Baltzell: If you can show up to the meetings on time, look at the, financials, show up to the meetings, make sure projects are on time. I mean, that's all really, it is. So there's really no difference. So you're living in California. Investing in New York or you're living in Thailand and you're still acquiring properties in Atlanta, Georgia, and Florida, et cetera. [00:05:03] Sam Wilson: Right, right. That's cool. I love that. When did you figure out that you were onto something with podcasting?  [00:05:08] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So my original podcast that I had was it's called real estate journeys. It had about 114 episodes. And what I saw from podcasting then is one, it was a great networking tool. From my, just from my own show, I met some really cool people within the real estate industry that I still talk to this day over social media. [00:05:29] Matthew Baltzell: and it was just a great way to network. And then I saw people trying to pitch to get on my show, trying to get people onto other, or myself going onto other shows. And I kind of just saw this like, process of basically being kind of fragmented, right. People are trying to attract more deals or trying to do more podcasting, et cetera. [00:05:46] Matthew Baltzell: I mean, you look, or you look at Joe FRAs, right. He had the longest running single day podcast and then Whitney, so is like, okay, like I'm gonna do the exact same thing and now he's blowing up. And then everybody starts trying to. duplicate that process. But what you see is, yeah, there you go. You're point to yourself. [00:06:02] Matthew Baltzell: People can't see that, but what you see is the people that have the most consistency over time they have the most success right. And then you always have muddied waters in the beginning, whether it's the first couple episodes, the average podcast, doesn't make it past 13 episodes. [00:06:15] Matthew Baltzell: Wow. So if you continue to basically network like you're doing right now, you have a platform and over time, when you go to put out a deal, You've already developed your network and you can raise 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 million now for a deal, as opposed to like, oh, now I have a deal. Now I'm gonna go on podcast. Now I'm gonna post on link, LinkedIn, you should be doing all these things before they even start. [00:06:40] Matthew Baltzell: The time to start working out is two years before you have a heart attack. Not when you have a heart attack, the time to tell somebody you loved them is today, not when they're dead. You know what I'm saying? Right.  [00:06:50] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. No, I love that. And I think that's one of the things that people who don't podcast, probably don't see as a benefit is just the networking side of it. [00:06:58] Sam Wilson: I mean, it's been for me the single fastest way I've grown, my network is by podcasting. This is, again I'm copy and paste. There's no or, success leaves clues. So. I'm following Whitney, I'm following Joe and running a daily show. And it's like, okay, that's 365 new guests a year. [00:07:14] Sam Wilson: It's like, okay, this is really cool. Like I am learning and building. And again, like you said, I think that's something that people overlook. When, if they're if they're looking to start a podcast or looking to get into it, That's gonna be your primary benefit outta the gate is building your network and not necessarily, going out and while you do raise more money, I think that's the primary benefit you get is just building your network. [00:07:32] Sam Wilson: And that should be it.  [00:07:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, for sure. And I think people make the mistake of like, Let's say you have a daily podcast or you do have a daily podcast or I, Joe fearless has a daily podcast and people think like, oh, who am I? Who am I to raise capital? Or who am I to have a podcast? Nobody's gonna wanna listen to me. [00:07:48] Matthew Baltzell: Right. Right. But you are an individual, right? Yes. It might be a copycat. A copy and paste method. Like everybody's having a podcast, but I wanna hear what you have to say about the market. I want to hear what you have to say about networking. I wanna hear what you have to say. So there's thousands of capital razors. [00:08:05] Matthew Baltzell: You can go with whoever you want. Right? Who do you like know and trust and people that have consistency, especially with the digital footprint. You're more likely to like no one trust them as opposed to somebody that's just starting their podcasts, something that's just starting to blog someone. That's just starting the newsletter, et cetera, et C. [00:08:20] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. So you launched a podcast company, you saw holes in the industry, you saw it was fragmented and you said, you know what? I think I can help real estate investors solve problem X, what is the problem you are solving?  [00:08:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, so like I was, we're touching on briefly, right? So there's analog and then there's digital. [00:08:38] Matthew Baltzell: So the analog is basically the old school way. Right? Real estate is like traditionally like a good old boys club is the slow moving part, shake cans, kiss babies, go to conferences. How can you do that? Right. You can maybe go to Dallas. You could go to so many, there was C, right. But now as everything was digital, You go on one podcast, you have 365. [00:08:59] Matthew Baltzell: What? 365 episodes. Maybe you don't have 'em on the weekends. Let's say you have 300 episodes per year. Right? Right. And let's say your average downloads is a thousand. We'll just make that up. You have 300,000 listens downloads of people listening to you, right. That's astronomical. Right? So if somebody is going on two podcast, episodes of wi a. [00:09:21] Matthew Baltzell: Right. And we'll just say that the average podcast has a thousand downloads are going on two podcasts, 2000 downloads a month, 24,000 downloads a year you've already got your message across the 24,000 people. And American express says it takes seven different touchpoints for people to take action. [00:09:39] Matthew Baltzell: So as much as I like you, this is the first time you and I are talking, right. You can present me with a deal with a two X equity, multiple under red it within five years. Six to eight per et cetera, et cetera. And I can be like, like that seems pretty reasonable for the market, but why am I gonna invest with you as opposed to Joe FARs? [00:09:56] Matthew Baltzell: Right. I've never spoken with Joe far, but I've spoken to you. Maybe. I like you, maybe I don't, but maybe after I hear you, the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh time. That's when you see results, that's when the lagging indicator comes. That's when you go to the gym, that's when you don't have the heart attack. [00:10:10] Matthew Baltzell: Right. But the people that just come in, right. And they try and do one rep and they tear their muscles and it's like, okay this podcasted thing. It wasn't for me. But the people that state, but the people that consistently are out there podcasting. They know, and they realize the value of being on podcasts. [00:10:27] Matthew Baltzell: And that's where we come in. One I've been on, I've been on a bunch of podcasts. I've leveraged my network. I had 114 podcast episodes. And so we helped real estate investors leverage our, my, our platform to help get on other industry, leading platforms, such as your podcast. And then it is just very synergistic. [00:10:45] Matthew Baltzell: Hopefully they raise more money, raise more capital, attract, more deal flow, et cetera. and That's where we come in  [00:10:51] Sam Wilson: that, yeah, that's really cool. I like that. And I think certainly I don't, at this point, don't handle my own bookings anymore. It's something where I've got a team member that takes care of getting everybody lined up and booked. [00:11:01] Sam Wilson: So, but I'm pretty sure you guys have sent some people our way, which I've certainly. Yeah, for sure. Always. Absolutely. Thank you again for that. absolutely, man. I know it's a great, it's a win-win and people. I think people overlook that. Like I know when the first podcast I went on two or three years ago as a guest. [00:11:16] Sam Wilson: It went back to that, probably the self doubt questions. Like why do I, why does anybody wanna have me on a podcast? Like, I'm just a guy doing deals. So is everybody else like, there's a lot of those things that, that I think people don't expect that they would make a great guest and, or yeah, for sure. [00:11:29] Sam Wilson: And, or they're so busy that they would make a phenomenal guest, but don't have time to go out and actually figure out how to go get on the shows cuz it's just like I got other things going on and figuring out which shows to get on is a a piece of work. Tell me about this. What do you say makes a great guest when someone comes on a podcast, do you guys do any sort of coaching or any sort of like, Hey, when you get on here's some things that be, preparing here's how to Accu adequately prepare for a show. [00:11:51] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So one of the, one of the biggest mistakes, I'll just start off with one of the biggest mistakes is when people go on a show, right. And they get to the end of the show and they say, Sam might say, Hey, Matthew, thanks dragon on what's the best place to find best place to find you, et cetera, et cetera. [00:12:06] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Most people say, oh, Sam, thanks for having me. I'm available on LinkedIn. I'm also available at Matthew xyz.com and I also have a free ebook. And here's my phone number and reach out to me and I love to talk real estate. It's like, okay, the person that listens to a podcast, it's a very intimate experience. [00:12:25] Matthew Baltzell: They listen to the whole thing all the way you typically through. It's not like a song, you just jump in the middle. Right, right. And so it's like, you got to the end, you almost want the reward. And it's like, okay, what's going to incentivize me to stop listening to this podcast. And what'd he say, he used to go to Instagram, LinkedIn. [00:12:42] Matthew Baltzell: Here's his email and he likes to talk real estate. Okay. So we encourage people to practice a clear and concise call to action, right. Something that has some scarcity. So you could say, Hey, for the first two people to go to my website or first two first two real estate investors to go to my website and click on the pro click. [00:12:59] Matthew Baltzell: And we're register a call with me and into the promo code. Sam will receive. 25% off my coaching program or something like that. Right. Right now, when they enter the promo code, Sam, where they came from. So if you 1500 people, et cetera, et cetera, entered it, then all of a sudden you're like, wow, I was on Sam's podcast. [00:13:17] Matthew Baltzell: And now we got a hundred leads from Sam's podcast. Now, you know where they're coming from. And the people that are listening to that are like, oh, there's only. They're only giving away this promotion to two people. I better get home as fast as possible because this episode just released at five o'clock from work and I'm driving home and I'm gonna go over this website and I'm gonna enter my information. [00:13:36] Matthew Baltzell: But if you just say, Hey, I'll talk to you when I talk to you, maybe I'll see you next year at the bigger pockets. A conference it's like, right. Okay. Whatever. So yeah, I would say that's one of the biggest mistakes that typically not only real estate investors make going on podcasts, but a lot of people that make going on podcasts. [00:13:53] Matthew Baltzell: And then the second thing I would say is like, know what you want to talk about. Right. And so whether whatever that topic is, feel somewhat comfortable with it and practice it over. Right. And when you are going on your first couple podcasts, you, no, you're not gonna be great. You're gonna muddle through it. [00:14:10] Matthew Baltzell: You hosted your podcast, you have a bunch of episodes. I'm sure it's painful to listen to the first 20 podcast episodes, as opposed to where you are now. Right? You're more, you're better at conversation. You were talking, we were talking earlier, like I was talking to an investor, BA Bing, BA boom. [00:14:24] Matthew Baltzell: You picked up the mic and here we are talking right. A year ago. You probably would've prepped like an hour for an interview. Like, oh my God, like, what is this person? It's insane. Right. Right. So. I mean, people should practice. Right. And realize that it's not gonna come necessarily, oh, some people are better at it than others, but you know, with more practice you become a better podcast guest and myself included. [00:14:45] Matthew Baltzell: Right. I just started recently going on the podcast in circuit talking about this business, I've been on other podcasts talking about, earlier, like. A year and a half ago talking about, real estate investment side, but it just takes time. And, people shouldn't beat themselves up, cuz everybody has an interesting story and people want to hear about your story, not just regurgitated information about. [00:15:05] Matthew Baltzell: Blah, blah, blah, blah,  [00:15:05] Sam Wilson: blah. right. I love that. Yeah. The idea of getting your reps in is you just have to do it, get your reps in, make your mistakes. If you're listening to this and go, gosh, we've never been on a show. Come on this one, if you're an experienced and, or on your way to an experienced commercial real estate investor, come on this show. [00:15:20] Sam Wilson: It's one of those things where it's less intimidating probably than what people think. But yeah, you're absolutely right. I look back on my first 20, 30, 50 episodes and I'm like Oh, like, are those still out there on the internet? They are CRI, but it's the way it is, man. It's just the way.  [00:15:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. [00:15:34] Matthew Baltzell: But it, but that's the beauty of it, too. Cuz if you think about it, right, I mean, How easy is it to look at anything online, kind of, and semi duplicate it, right? You can you can Photoshop a photo. You can copy and paste a resume. But to say that you have, let's say 200 podcast episodes. [00:15:52] Matthew Baltzell: Like people concede the progression, they look, they can just jump to of 50, hear your intro and was like, ding, ding, ding, ding. And you're like, oh, Church bells, like what's going on. and then now you have a clear, concise mic. You have better audio, you have better visual. You're more natural. You're a better speaker. [00:16:10] Matthew Baltzell: And these things people wanna see progression, right? People wanna be on the upward spiral of the tornado. They don't wanna be on a plane that's going crashing and burning. Right? Like how often do you see in the headlines when something bad happens? Everybody just piles on, but when somebody's going up and up, they're like, oh yeah, like I was on Sam's podcast, like episode 55, like now there's 300. [00:16:29] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. He's doing great. Oh man. They wanna be a part of greatness,  [00:16:32] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. No, man, I think that's absolutely great. Tell me what else. So you guys help people kind of, figure out how they wanna present themselves via podcast. You guys help people get book. [00:16:42] Sam Wilson: On other shows, what are some other things that you see people doing, maybe that they're doing the right doing correctly, you say, Hey man here's some things I see some of the best podcast guests doing, what are those  [00:16:52] Matthew Baltzell: things? Yeah. So I would say the people that are do that are the best podcast, guests are like modern day that have good audio and have good visuals. [00:17:03] Matthew Baltzell: And you'd be surprised like. Like you have a good microphone. I can see that I have a quality microphone. It definitely helps. Right, right. You don't want to hear like the echo chamber of like, somebody's down the hall in the closet. You sound very like, oh, this man's very soothing. He's in my ear. Then you ask me a course, like, oh, how are you doing? [00:17:20] Matthew Baltzell: Oh, good. Right. And so people that are. Having good audio, having good video audio. Yeah. Good audio and good video. Like that's something that's very very good to have. Especially now, like in today's modern world, your first representation of possibly seeing me or possibly seeing you is gonna be like, oh cool. [00:17:39] Matthew Baltzell: He has some books over there in the corner. Like maybe I, maybe we were late. I can't necessarily see those, but he has about 10 in the left hand corner. You have your logo in the upper left hand corner. You have. Your brand on your shirt, like, okay, this guy looks serious, but if you had a greeny camera and bad audio, it's like, I'm out. [00:17:58] Matthew Baltzell: I don't necessarily, he could be a good guy. I don't know. Maybe do I wanna invest? I don't know. He can't even buy a good microphone. We'll make some things. He can handle a hundred thousand dollars of my money.  [00:18:06] Sam Wilson: Ouch. There it is. There it is. I like that. I like the directness here. You're absolutely correct. [00:18:11] Sam Wilson: You're absolutely correct. And that's something that, that I've had to and again, we're just talking here, but I've had to ask a couple of guests. Hey, let's reschedule. Let's reschedule when you can get your camera or your mic or something, set up correctly because I've recorded episodes before in the past where I've allowed people to use sub quality or mics or cameras and things like that. [00:18:30] Sam Wilson: And then I get done with it. I'm like, gosh, that was a 30 minute waste of my time. Cuz. it just wasn't as good as it could be. And it's not even, I mean, gosh, you can get a decent setup for under a few hundred bucks, if you're yeah, just a, an amateur podcast guest, I mean a decent setup, a few hundred dollars. [00:18:45] Sam Wilson: I mean, mine, of course, I've got a lot more money than maybe but I do this daily, so that's a different. But it's your business  [00:18:51] Matthew Baltzell: for sure. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. That's the thing you should, you, you should be, didn't like your business, right? Right. I mean, think about it. If you were in the conference and you went up to somebody and they shook your hand and they had like, not a firm handshake and it was kind of limp and they. [00:19:01] Matthew Baltzell: Shook your watch and you're initially you're automatically thinking like, well, that was kinda weird. Does it mean you're not gonna like that person? Does it mean you're not gonna have a good relationship? No, but you're already starting off on the back foot. Right. And if somebody's coming to you and you're having a thousand downloads per episode, and you're having 300 episodes a year, you. [00:19:16] Matthew Baltzell: You wanna put the best foot forward and have a good representation or you're trying to raise capital, et cetera. Do you want have a grainy website? Do you want to have a broken down non-professional copy written newsletter? No. These are things that you don't want to have. You wanna have these buttoned up be this guy's a, an experienced sponsor who can handle capital and he can raise the deals and track deal flow, et cetera. [00:19:36] Sam Wilson: Right man. That's cool. That's absolutely cool. What do you like, like talk, talk me through the process when somebody comes on board with you, can you kind of break that down? Just so our guess that idea of what it is exactly that you guys do and how the process works. Yeah.  [00:19:49] Matthew Baltzell: So somebody would typically we'd schedule a sales call and, or not sales call, but we just basically have a conversation, right. [00:19:54] Matthew Baltzell: To see where you're at within your real estate investing. Journey. Right. And so typically, we work with capital razor sponsors. And then we see, where you're trying to go from there. What is your goal necessarily? Are you trying to raise $1 million? Are you trying to raise $500,000? [00:20:10] Matthew Baltzell: Are you trying to track more deals? And so we kind of figure it out from there. And then we construct a plan to determine if podcasting is going to be a good avenue for you to help promote your message. So if you're like, Hey, I want to do 15 deals or two deals next year. It's like, okay, like maybe that's possible. [00:20:29] Matthew Baltzell: How many deals have you done so far? And then if it's from there, it's like, okay, these are the podcasts we typically work with. I think we can get you this many impressions across the board over. X Y Z amount of time, if you're trying to go, if you think it's this episode, we're recording in July 5th. [00:20:48] Matthew Baltzell: Right? So if you're listening to this episode and you think you're gonna have a deal under contract end of October, early November, now's a good time to start promoting that message or, Hey, I'm traveling all summer. I'm not gonna be able to do this. Okay. Like maybe that's not gonna work out. [00:21:04] Matthew Baltzell: So then once you decide to come on board, from there, we basically looked at your marketing material. How experienced are you as a marketer? What are you using as a lead capture page help? You can construct your funnel. And then from there, we do a little bit of coaching as well to basically help you develop that and then link you up with the proper podcast that we see fit and then help you push out your material. [00:21:26] Matthew Baltzell: And then another thing we're working on, but we haven't released it is as far as the. Basically segmenting up your video and everything that you are when you go on a podcast and having that be micro content. So you can continuously, if let's say you were doing two podcast episodes a month and you have one, one hour long video, or one 30 minute video, you could break that up into three or four pieces plus the full 30 minute piece. [00:21:49] Matthew Baltzell: And now you have your newsletter. Now you post one piece of content on LinkedIn, and then now you're able to. Post three or four times weekly with your podcast, with your newsletter, with one pod or with one promotion or something on separately on, on LinkedIn. Now, all of a sudden, you're starting to say people's top of mind. [00:22:07] Matthew Baltzell: Now you have more content and it's especially, you don't have to generate the content. Right? People think like I gotta make content today. Like, oh my God, what do I do? It's like, go on a podcast, have somebody break it up for you. It's.  [00:22:18] Sam Wilson: Right. And that's and that's all from one episode. I think that's the cool part is that you've taken one episode, you've pulled out, 20, again, pieces of micro content and said, okay. [00:22:26] Sam Wilson: And again, for the busy professional, you having somebody like you come in and kind of handle that suite of services a to Z, cuz there's a lot to think about that you just mentioned in there. Yeah. Everything from what shows should you be on how to prepare for and building, building your funnels building, okay. So what's the call to actions? How are we gonna republish this content? There's a lot of moving pieces involved with podcasting and with being a good podcast guest and also even, from the host side is getting getting our guests to res. So even from, it's really great having guests come on the show, but if our guests aren't taking the stuff that we're giving them and then marketing it to their audience, it's kind of not completely wasted cuz obviously we pump it out on our end, but man, you won't get nearly the traction out of it. [00:23:07] Sam Wilson: So we even on this side are working really hard to get our guests, to use the content that we're providing. So that's really cool. What you guys  [00:23:13] Matthew Baltzell: do understandable. Yeah,  [00:23:14] Sam Wilson: for sure. Matthew I've really enjoyed having you come on the show today. Talk about podcasting. What's that? I was  [00:23:21] Matthew Baltzell: just gonna say, I enjoyed your style. [00:23:23] Matthew Baltzell: I liked it a lot. And it was a pleasure being here. Thank you for  [00:23:25] Sam Wilson: having me. Absolutely, man. I mean, and you gave some great, we haven't really done an episode like this that just talks about what it means to be a good podcast guest. What does it mean to come on a show and be absolutely prepared to to knock it outta the park? [00:23:37] Sam Wilson: And so you've given our listeners, I think some really cool things to think about. As it pertains to, one, one ha being good podcast guest, and also what it takes, to actually use th

Generation Ag
Alison Meagher: Butcher Girl

Generation Ag

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 25:53


Growing up in regional Victoria, Australia in a beef farming family, Alison Meagher (I: @butcher.girl.alison) has always been passionate about meat. Working alongside many world-renowned butchers, Alison channels this passion and knowledge to the Australian meat industry. Having creative love for all food and cooking meant eventually, those two worlds had to collide. She has been involved in the industry for nearly 20 years, and it all began with my Bachelor of Applied Science (Food Styling) from RMIT University Melbourne. Heading off to London, Alison worked in a 150-year-old traditional butcher shop in Holland Park. She then went to Shanghai, China, for six years to become the Promotions and Training Manager for Australian Beef in Asia. She has recently completed Certificate IV in Training and Assessment / Industry Presenter for any extra touch of experience in media opportunities. Bringing butchery back to the world is what Alison is all about! As well as getting more women involved in this amazing industry, promoting nose-to-tail eating and those long forgotten secondary cuts. Don't forget to send us an email if you know of a story that we should tell at hello@generationag.com.au *Become a Patreon Partner* - https://patreon.com/generationag Find us here: Instagram: @generation.ag Twitter: @generation_ag Website: www.generationag.com.au

Punto Geek
T3, E19: The Boys temporada 3: Todo es culpa de Butcher

Punto Geek

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 78:15


Superpoderes, drama, violencia y mucha sangre fue solo un poco de lo que vimos en la tercera temporada de The Boys que, como siempre, estuvo a la altura de las expectativas. En este episodio hablamos sobre el desarrollo de la historia de esta tercera temporada a través de los personajes. ¡Ya puedes vernos en youtube! Suscríbete a nuestro canal y déjanos un like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTTM1Z0__kI

Cinentrada Podcast
Un seguidor de nuestro podcast hace la voz latina oficial de Lenny (The Boys 3era Temporada)

Cinentrada Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 45:05


"Homelander me llamó para doblar a Lenny, el hermano de Butcher" - @MartyDubs----¿Quieres ser parte del Podcast en vivo? Siguenos en: Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/animelmackDiscord: https://discord.gg/MCsuJBNpvmRecuerda que puedes apoyarnos con donaciones al Podcast / To support our Podcasts: https://bit.ly/BDAPodcastSupportSi deseas publicitar tu marca en nuestros episodios, escríbenos a: info@frikitimes.com

The Story of a Brand
Skinny Butcher - Plant Poultry that Tastes the Same

The Story of a Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 67:56


This episode is brought to you by Yotpo.   “We don't want to first and foremost say we're plant-based. We want to say we taste good and there's no sacrifice between us and say an animal protein chicken nugget”, says Dave Zilko, Co-founder of Skinny Butcher, a Plant-based poultry brand that offers breakthrough Soy-Free and Palm Oil Free Plant-Based Proteins that win on branding and taste profile.   The story of Skinny Butcher starts decades ago with Garden Fresh Gourmet, a brand Dave and his previous co-founder took from zero to 100 million and eventually sold to Campbell Soups for nearly a quarter of a billion dollars.   In today's episode, Dave breaks down the product & flavor philosophy, the sustainability focus, the marketing and branding strategy, and the innovative tactics he uses to launch and distribute the Skinny Butcher to consumers everywhere. Dave also shares many of the entrepreneurial practices, strategies, and concepts, found in his book, “Irrational Persistence,” which made his first company a huge success.   In this feature, we discuss:   * How to find a great product and market * What makes a great food and beverage brand * Why does he think you should sell your company, not the product * Whether you should manufacturer your own product or outsource * Advice to other Entrepreneurs * Why founders should not fear the recession * Why the Skinny Butcher competes on branding and Flavor profile * Why he's offering Skinny Butcher in both retail and virtual kitchens   Join Ramon Vela and Dave Zilko as they break down the inside story on The Story of a Brand.   For more on Skinny Butcher, visit: https://skinnybutcher.com/    Interesting in his book, “Irrational Persistence: Seven Secrets That Turned a Bankrupt Startup Into a $231,000,000 Business,” you can find it here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CXT4JMU/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_1RH79VDXQKSRZPVDR89S    Subscribe and Listen to the podcast on all major apps. Simply search for “The Story of a Brand,” or click here to listen on your favorite podcast player: Listen now.   *   This episode is brought to you by Yotpo.   Rising acquisition costs and the return to in-store shopping have eCommerce marketers double-clicking on their retention strategy.   Now more than ever, brands need to focus on lifetime value. Yotpo is proud to announce Yotpo Subscriptions on Shopify, making retention easy and affordable for growing brands.   Take 8 minutes or less to add a recurring revenue channel to your business.   Download Yotpo Subscriptions from the Shopify App Store today https://apps.shopify.com/yotpo-subscription 

Foley Is Pod
Beach Blast 1992

Foley Is Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 166:01 Very Popular


On this episode of Foley is Pod, Mick and Conrad go back 30 years to revisit Bash at the Beach 1992 where Cactus Jack took on Sting in a Falls Count Anywhere match! Topics include the match itself, Mick's other matches against Sting, Abdullah the Butcher, Chamber of Horrors, and much more! Sponsors: CARSHIELD - CarShield helps protect my wallet from expensive car repairs, and they'll do the same for you! Go to CarShield.com/Podcast to start your plan and lock in your pricing forever. A deductible may apply. CHILISLEEP - get to sleep faster, better quality rest, and improved muscle recovery with a cooling system from Chilisleep. Go to chilisleep.com/foley to take advantage of our exclusive discount and wake up refreshed EVERY day. SAVE WITH CONRAD - If you have credit card debt or in a 30-year loan? Well, we can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote. GOLIATH LIFE INSURANCE - protect yourself and the ones you love in the event you need it, and get peace of mind by comparing plans at GoliathLife.com. Life insurance. In your hands. On your time.

Real Ones: A Project FILO Podcast
BLK ODYSSY: When Meaningful Art Wins

Real Ones: A Project FILO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 53:03


This convo with Juwan Elcock of BLK ODYSSY happened back in January. He's since opened for Cordae on a US tour,  dropped the deluxe version of debut album BLK VINTAGE featuring Baby Rose, Mereba & Benny the Butcher, and announced his first-ever headlining tour. Things are going up. Keep up with the latest BLK ODYSSY news here /the BLK REVOLUTION TOUR COMES TO CHICAGO AUGUST 27 at SLEEPING VILLAGE. TIX here /AND DON'T FORGET ABOUT THE FIRST EVER REAL ONES CURATED SHOW AUGUST 20. LIVE PERFORMANCES FROM Your Stepdad, Gayun Cannon, the Stranded Civilians, Morgan Gold and A.N.I. TIX here / Check out our Linktree to stay updated on all things Real Ones!Support the show

The Juice with Solomon Georgio
Hillbilly Juice w/ River Butcher

The Juice with Solomon Georgio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 40:35


This week we welcome a gentleman's gentleman, comedian River Butcher! They talk to Solomon about the goofy messages about gender and sex they heard growing up in Akron, Ohio and their childhood obsession with identity theft. Plus: caller Alexis Cako discusses some real “family” drama from an unidentified European country. If you want to hear your story on the Mailbag or Juiceline, send it in! Visit teamcoco.com/heyjuice.Follow Solomon on IG and Twitter Follow River on IG and TwitterWatch River's hilarious Comedy Central special, "A Different Kind of Dude"

W2M Network
TV Party Tonight: The Boys (Season 3)

W2M Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 102:45


Jesse Starcher, Robert Winfree and Mark Radulich present their The Boys 2022 Season 3 Review! The third season of the American superhero television series The Boys, the first series in the franchise based on the comic book series of the same name written by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, was developed for television by American writer and television producer Eric Kripke. The season is produced by Sony Pictures Television in association with Point Grey Pictures, Original Film, Kripke Enterprises, Kickstart Entertainment and KFL Nightsky Productions. The show's third season stars Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Dominique McElligott, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capone, Karen Fukuhara, Nathan Mitchell, Colby Minifie, Claudia Doumit and Jensen Ackles. Taking place a year after the events of the previous season, the story follows the titular Boys now working for Victoria Neuman's Bureau of Superhero Affairs to apprehend problematic Supes, having been at peace with the Seven. However, the conflict is resumed once Butcher begins to investigate the truth about the apparent death of Soldier Boy, one of Vought's first American superheroes, with the hope of killing Homelander for good. Meanwhile, Homelander's mental stability begins to deteriorate as Vought attempts to restrict his power, while other Seven members such as Starlight and Queen Maeve assist the Boys in their plots against him. Mark Radulich and his wacky podcast on all the things: https://linktr.ee/markkind76 also snapchat: markkind76 FB Messenger: Mark Radulich LCSW Tiktok: @markradulich twitter: @MarkRadulich

Talk Murder To Me
351 | Bob Berdella, a Sadistic Fella: Butcher of Kansas City (part 1)

Talk Murder To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 56:13


This episode sounds better without shitty ads: [ https://patreon.com/TalkMurder ]Evidence photos: https://talkmurder.com/bob-berdella/Watch Livestream: [ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fMahfosZ-8&feature=youtu.be ]From 1984 to 1988, Bob Berdella, ‘The Kansas City Butcher', killed six men, each aged 18 to 25. In his midtown Kansas City home, Berdella tortured and drugged them, then took polaroids of them in agony. After they died, he dismembered their bodies and mixed the parts with his trash.

Stop Podcasting Yourself
Episode 750 - River Butcher

Stop Podcasting Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 104:51


Comedian River Butcher returns to talk baseball gloves, peaches vs. nectarines, and more frozen pizza.

Desis.Live Weekly Bollywood Show
Season Three: Review of Shamshera, Shoorveer and Indian Predator: Butcher of Delhi

Desis.Live Weekly Bollywood Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 38:24


Hola.Another busy week ! This week we have two series and a movie for y'allWere you super excited for Shamshera and Ranbir makes your heart flutter? No dice that any of that will hold good after you watch the movie we were so excited about. Despite a sincere performance, you start questioning Ranbir's choice of scripts.Shoorveer on Hulu was a wannabe Top Gun. Fails miserably. Indian Predator - a docuseries that was chilling to the core yet could have been more. Hope you enjoy our chatterLoveTeam Desis.

House of Nerd
We gotta go now!

House of Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 88:55


Welcome back to House of Nerd! This week we see a introspective Butcher. Which if we are being honest is way more concerning than normal. We also talk about THAT Stormfront and Homelander scene.

Step Into The Road Audio Shorts
Escaping the Butcher's Pit - Ep 017

Step Into The Road Audio Shorts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 6:00


In this episode I'm reading Escaping the Butcher's Pit a short sci-fi story with Space Pirate and Explosives. Hope you enjoy! Read the original at: https://stepintotheroad.com/2022/06/03/escaping-the-butchers-pit/   Credits: Background music: Better Days by Lakey Inspired Quote: Fellowship of the Rings by JRR Tolkien

The Brown Note Movie Review
Westside Gunn - Peace ”Fly” God (2022) Album Review

The Brown Note Movie Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 6:11


Just clearing a couple of minor releases before a run on big albums. For me the Buffalo NY State Griselda records crew of Westside Gunn, Benny the Butcher, Conway the Machine and (sort of) Mach Hommy is the most interesting thing happening in American rap in some fairly tepid recent years. This low stakes, 2 day recorded mixtape is entirely amiable in no bad way.

The Jordy Culotta Show
FRIDAY POD 7-29-22! Saints Camp Day 2 Recap W/ Our Own Ronnie ”RonDaDon” Riggs! LSU Football! Foodie Friday W/ Josh the Butcher from Iverstines!

The Jordy Culotta Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 125:19 Very Popular


Girls Talk Comics
Ep 79: The Butcher of Paris

Girls Talk Comics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 50:15


Did you know the Butcher of Paris is a real serial killer? And that he did some hella f*cked up stuff during World War II, specifically during the Nazi occupation of Paris? Dude was definitely a monster who barely needed an excuse to engage in his messed up acts. The most riveting part of his psychosis was that he had convinced himself he was a “hero” fighting for liberation, when he was actually harming the most vulnerable Parisians of the time - Jewish Citizens. This graphic novel summary of his crimes provides pretty solid, non-speculative documentation of his dealings. Check it out!

Good Morning, Sodomites!
"SEXY POLITICS" with RIVER BUTCHER

Good Morning, Sodomites!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 65:01


You may know River Butcher from his stand up special "A Different Kind of Dude," but did you know he started having orgasms before he started school?!? Follow me on my socials: @ZachNoeTowers @GoodSodPod And check out my guest @RivButcher ! Check out my Patreon: www.patreon.com/TowerBottom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Two Beers In
Episode 70 - Butcher Block Burger Stop

Two Beers In

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 32:48


Join Jeff and Tyler as they sit down with Austin, the brains and sweat behind the Butcher Block Burger Stop Food Truck.

Disruptors in the Culture
Building your Brand w/ Dappa (Young with Options) | Disruptors in the Culture

Disruptors in the Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 57:02


Dappa (@realdappa) knows the skills he possesses and is in full control of his future. Being one of Philadelphia's hottest lyricists has elevated his brand Young With Options to work with the likes of Benny the Butcher and the Black Soprano Family. When he's not behind the mic, you can find him giving back to his community as well as developing his ever-evolving businesses. Dappa shares with us how knowing yourself can help you pave your own way and developing your brand can help develop your music. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ditc/support

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 599 - A Talk with the Renegade Butcher

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 79:37


Today we talk about butchering with Josh the Renegade Butcher and John Willis. Show Resources Special Operations Equipment Living Free in Tennessee The Renegade Butcher Main content of the show Replay of the Tuesday Live on Youtube. https://youtu.be/rMEZvNs0he8 Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.  Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link

Real Punk Radio Podcast Network

New stuff from Thee Saturday Knights, Brandy and the Butcher, Ex Parents, Smash the Granny, Tenement Rats, Mala Vista, Suzi Moon and more.

Rock N Roll Manifesto (mp3)

New stuff from Thee Saturday Knights, Brandy and the Butcher, Ex Parents, Smash the Granny, Tenement Rats, Mala Vista, Suzi Moon and more.

Carnivore Cast
Kate Kavanaugh - Regenerative Farmer, Butcher, and Nutrition Therapist - Healing People and Soil

Carnivore Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 35:51 Very Popular


Kate Kavanaugh (@kate_kavanaugh) is a regenerative farmer, nutrition therapist, and butcher - she's seen firsthand the way that soil health mirrors human health and the impacts an animal-based diet can have on the ecosystem and human health alike. In conjunction with that, Kate built a farm finder where people can find regeneratively raised meat right near home. She also recently launched a podcast called the Ground Work podcast exploring the interconnected themes of mind, body, and soil.   The Ground Work Podcast: https://groundworkcollective.com/podcast/ Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/kate_kavanaugh/ Butcher Shop: https://www.instagram.com/westerndaughters/ Farm Finder: https://nearhome.groundworkcollective.com/   This episode is brought to you by Optimal Carnivore. Do you struggle to eat organ meat? Optimal Carnivore was created by Carnivores for Carnivores. They created a unique organ complex from grass-fed animals in New Zealand. It includes 9 different organs -  Liver, Brain, Heart, Thymus, Kidney, Spleen, Pancreas, Lung etc.  Taking 6 capsules is the same as eating an ounce of raw organ meat from the butcher. Get 10% off your order by going to https://amzn.to/3hSXXtu and using the code: carnivore10 at checkout! (currently only shipping within the US)   LMNT is offering a free sample pack along with any regular purchase when you use my custom link drinklmnt.com/carnivorecast . The LMNT Sample Pack includes 1 packet of every flavor. This is the perfect offer for 1) anyone who is interested in trying all of our flavors or 2) wants to introduce a friend to LMNT. Go to drinklmnt.com/carnivorecast to claim this awesome deal!   What questions would you like answered or who would you like to hear from in the carnivore or research community?   Let me know on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.  

We Collide Podcast
Summer Highlight Series: Navigating Hardship with Joy and Faith with Theresa Butcher

We Collide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 52:54


Listen in on our summer highlight series and be inspired by this great conversation! We all know those people who simply exude warmth and joy, and Theresa Butcher is one of those special humans. Theresa is one of the owners of Riverside Health Club in the Pacific Northwest in addition to being a passionate wife, mother, worship leader, and community member. In this conversation, Theresa shares about her heart for hurting children, the beauty of community, and the power of prayer. We love connecting you with resources, so we pulled some of our faves based on this podcast episode. We hope they encourage, inspire and challenge you.  Enjoy! More Collide Resources: Connect with Collide at info@wecollide.net or on Facebook or Instagram Our Go Ahead Bible study empowers women to experience the extraordinary and Divine in their everyday lives. The Women of Impact Online Course provides teaching and inspiration from women making a huge impact in the world as they tap into God's purpose for their lives in the sectors and spaces they've been called to. Get inspired and equipped to make an impact with YOUR life.

Ellissinema Podcast
Episode 235: Exiled - The Chosen Ones

Ellissinema Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 36:00


After a man-made virus failed to reduce the world's overpopulated areas, global leaders would start a new program that would legitimize a new venture in a game show. The game would be broadcast live, where random contestants would be exiled into a concrete jungle, forced to kill each other for their freedom. Viewers would place their bets on who had a chance at survival. Be that as it may...no one survives the game.Starring Sunny Pang, Hanna Al Rashid, Nick Khan, Oka Antara, Billy the Butcher, James Jaysen Bryhan, Craig Edwards, Carl Wharton, and many more.Music by Martin RowberryCinematography by Loukas AkriyosWritten and Directed by Ranjeet S. Marwa

The Big Honker Podcast
Episode #605: Jordan Nisly

The Big Honker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 93:48 Very Popular


Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by butcher and outdoorsman, Jordan Nisly. The guys discuss Jordan's meat processing company, some of the wild dishes he's made with some unconventional game choices, and community coyote drives. Jordan has his own YouTube channel  @Jordans Harvest  where you can see his adventures.

House of Nerd
The Boys, it just keeps getting worse...

House of Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 74:20


This week the boys take a trip down south to find Liberty. Homelander is more creepy if possible and Butcher finally gets what hes been searching for. Lets hope he doesn't regret it.... We also spend the first 30 mins of the show tonight discussing the Marvel panel at Comic Con. Come join us! San Diego Comic Con Marvel News :https://deadline.com/2022/07/marvel-phase-5-ironheart-blade-captain-america-new-world-order-1235076104 Please rate and review the show wherever you found us! Let us know what you like! https://twitter.com/NerdsHouseof

No Outlet
20 Questions with Wendy Winans from Bradyworld.com as seen on the Metv.com Show Collectors Call!

No Outlet

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 58:14


Big Big episode folks! This is an interview that is one year in the making and the guest is one that I am very excited about. When I was growing up in the 70s and 80s (which was amazing for many reasons) TV was just a different experience then. For one, there was only a few channels, there was no recording shows, there was no fast forwarding through show so you had to be there to watch and before NBC created “Must see TV” there was our own version of must see TV on channel 38 and 56 both UHF stations out of Boston – if you are under 35 and don't know what UHF is, look it up…you needed an actual antenna to watch…anyway, part my after school ritual with my brother and anyone else was around involved watching a Certain Show…it's the story of lovely lady who was bringing up three very lovely girls…that's right that show was "The Brady Bunch" a TV classic and groundbreaking show in many ways…a cultural touchstone for certain. Our guest tonight is Wendy Winans from Bradyworld.com and she is one of the biggest (IF NOT THE BIGGEST) Brady Bunch fan on the planet and she has a cool website to prove it! Wendy and I talk about the origins of Bradyworld.com, her amazing Brady Bunch collection that will be featured on this weeks version of "Collectors Call" on Metv! (go check it out!), we discuss the infamous Tiki Doll necklace (bad luck OR good luck?), we review the mystery of Carols first husband, the sad story of Tiger the dog(s), the amazing list of celebrity guest performers, the genius of Sherwood Schwartz, Fake Jan, MARCIA MARCIA MARCIA, the amazing talent of Barry Williams, the business acumen of Peter Brady, all the kids hooking up with each other, was Bobby a Dead Head?, MARCIA MARCIA MARCIA, a fact that no one knows about the Brady Bunch, the generosity of Robert Reed, the curse of Johnny Bravo, Wendy's favorite episodes, the efficiently powerful impact of Sam the Butcher, the miracle of all Brady child actors avoiding the very common pitfalls of child stardom, which character would she most want to hang out and and of course we tackle the subject of Cousin Oliver among many other hidden secrets and stories about the greatest TV show ever made*! We hope you enjoyed the conversation as much as we did and make sure to check out Wendy's edition of "Collectors Call" on MeTV! #Bradybunch #bradyworld #marciamarciamarcia #tikidoll #samthebutcher #metv #collectorscall #fakejan #cousinoliver #barrywilliams #johnnybravo #tigerthedog #lisawhelchel #UHF #aftershoolspecial #Alice #sherwoodschwartz #1970sTV

KOLBSTRONG POWER PODCAST
#56 Interview with Tyler Butcher

KOLBSTRONG POWER PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 57:09


We had the pleasure of sitting down with fellow Anderson Powerlifting teammate, Tyler Butcher, who just recently squatted 1140lbs and now holds the heaviest single ply squat in human history! If you would like to come on our podcast as a guest, please fill out this form Where you can find things we talked about today: Kolbstrong Scholarship: Website & IG Kolbstrong Power Community on Patreon Jimmy IG Sponsors: Anderson Powerlifting: Website & IG Unleash'd Strength Gym: IG & TikTok Alive By Design Chiropractice: IG Melontops (our small business and where you kind find KSP apparel) Website & IG --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kolbstrong/support

WhatCulture Wrestling
Ups & Downs From AEW Rampage (Jul 22)

WhatCulture Wrestling

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 10:30


Our AEW Rampage review as Simon Miller talks about Hangman Adam Page and Jon Silver vs. Butcher and Blade, Lee Moriarty vs. Dante Martin, Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter vs. Sky Blue and Ashley D'Amboise and Jay Lethal vs. Christopher Daniels...ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@SimonMiller316@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Potential Podcast!
Potential Pick - The Boys Season 3 Spoiler Review

The Potential Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 29:46


Spoiler Warning! Chris and Taylor review the 3rd season of the Amazon Prime superhero series "The Boys" developed by Erik Kripke. The Boys seek answers to what happened to a powerful supe named Solider Boy and experiment with Temp V to try and take out Homelander once and for all. The series stars Karl Urban, Antony Starr, Jack Quaid, Erin Moriarty, Domonique McElligott, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capone, Karen Fukuhara and Jensen Ackles.

Fandom Hybrid Podcast
Fandom Hybrid Podcast #170 - The Boys S3E4

Fandom Hybrid Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 97:35


#theboys This episode of The Boys is full of surprises, and not necessarily the good kind. You will never hear “Rapture” by Blondie in the same way again. Stan Edgar's plan to publicly go after Homelander backfires in a huge way. Butcher makes a deal with Little Nina to get the team to Russia. Undercover, Kimiko finds some unusual and creative ways to deal with a target. Trying to get back into the Seven (and Homelander's good side), A-Train and The Deep go after each other. As Butchers' secret is revealed, he and the Boys find the weapon that could kill Homelander, awakening a ghost with disastrous results. Starlight learns a painful lesson about loyalty and betrayal. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fandomhybridpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fandomhybridpodcast/support

3...2...1...Binge!
A Binge With The Boys - (The Boys)

3...2...1...Binge!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 113:18


Homelander is a lot of things but he isn't lactose intolerant, while Billy the Butcher wants you remember what he told ya and Black Noir did nothing wrong. Don't be a cunt in 3...2...1...BINGE! Support our podcast by trying out Audible! Get a free audiobook when you visit https://www.audibletrial.com/321binge --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/3-2-1-binge/message

Comicast
One Shot: Bringing Comics to Life with Stephanie Phillips - Live from Comicpalooza

Comicast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 73:22


It's a special Comicast One Shot! Over the weekend at Comicpalooza we got to moderate a few panels and one of the ones we got to be part of was the Bringing Comics to Life with Stephanie Phillips panel. Stephanie Phillips is the writer for the ongoing Harley Quinn series at DC Comics. She's also written Wonder Woman: Evolution, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight "Haunted", Harley Quinn Future State, The Butcher in Paris, We Only Kill Each Other, GRIM, and many other projects! We speak with Stephanie about getting started in comics, what her creative approach is, writing Harley Quinn, the differences in writing Harley versus Wonder Woman, her approach to writing Wonder Woman, her love for writing historical fiction, her new comic GRIM, tips for upcoming writers, her dragon financial strategy, and much more.  Stay up to date with the latest from Stephanie including subscribing to her newsletter via her website, stephaniecomics.com Follow Stephanie on social media, on Twitter @Steph_Smash or on Instagram @snapcracklesteph Follow the entire Comicast crew on Twitter @onepunch___, @ProducerMike975, @jnchang, & @gachodominguez Submit a question or topic to the Comicast Sack by emailing us at comicastpod@gmail.com

Bourbon and BS Podcast
Episode 224.2: A Cut Above

Bourbon and BS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 106:50


We are speaking with Tony Tanner, Owner of The Butcher and Grocer, about his business, past career, and what it takes to be a cut above. What does it take to get to the next level and better yourself for many reasons.   Ask questions on the feed during the show or after if you want to be part of the conversation!   Pour one more...light up another...we'll figure it out together.   Please Drink Responsibly   byjack.com/bourbonandbs to buy some shirts!   Thanks to our sponsors:   All of you that have been supporting us! Join our patrons at patreon.com/bourbonandbspodcast to help support the continuing growth of the show and the community.   Tinder Box at Easton for the weekly featured cigar and check them out for their current featured cigar at eastontinderbox@gmail.com   Altadis USA for the weekly second cigar and the continued support   BS Cigar Company for the continued support! Check them out at bscigarcompany@gmail.com for ordering the BS Gold and BS Silver

Bourbon and BS Podcast
Episode 224.1: Jefferson's Reserve Twin Oak and Undercrown 10 Review

Bourbon and BS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 49:10


We have Tony Tanner, Owner of The Butcher and Grocer, with us this week in the garage. He has brought some gifts including a bottle of Jefferson's Reserve Twin Oak and our first ever charcuterie board on a podcast night! We are also lighting up a newer cigar from Drew Estate, Undercrown 10 year All Dekk'd Out, with the bottle. Pour one more...light up another...we'll figure it out together.   Please Drink Responsibly   byjack.com/bourbonandbs to buy some shirts!   Thanks to our sponsors:   All of you that have been supporting us! Join our patrons at patreon.com/bourbonandbspodcast to help support the continuing growth of the show and the community.   Tinder Box at Easton for the weekly featured cigar and check them out for their current featured cigar at eastontinderbox@gmail.com   Altadis USA for the weekly second cigar and the continued support   BS Cigar Company for the continued support! Check them out at bscigarcompany@gmail.com for ordering the BS Gold and BS Silver

Thinking Outside The Long Box
TOTLB 420 The Boys S3

Thinking Outside The Long Box

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 22:47


 We're on the third season of a very crazy tv show! This is one of those shows that you watch because you KNOW that it's crazier than batshit. Whether it's a season full of penises being shown, or people shrinking down and going into other people, apparently people really like that kind of stuff. We are of course talking about the third season of The Boys! "It's been a year of calm. Homelander's subdued. Butcher works for the government, supervised by Hughie of all people. But both men itch to turn this peace and quiet into blood and bone. So when The Boys learn of a mysterious Anti-Supe weapon, it sends them crashing into the Seven, starting a war, and chasing the legend of the first Superhero: Soldier Boy." This is usually where I tell you that it's definitely worth the watch, or hell no you shouldn't watch. But honestly, I'm not really sure where I land on this show. I think that everything we watch you should at least try, so in that sense, it's worth trying to go watch it. BUT, if you're not a fan of over the top violence, or sexual innuendos, then this is definitely not for you. Watch season 1, episode 1, see what you think, and if it's your thing, then you're never going to stop watching.  SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts | Android |  Spotify | Pandora | RSS Tell us what you think!Leave us a voicemail at 970-573-6148Send us feedback and/or MP3's to outsidethelongbox@gmail.comFollow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube!Support the podcast on Patreon!Credit - Doyle Daniels, Juan Muro

PandaVision: A TV Podcast
The Boys S03E08 - "The Instant White-Hot Wild"

PandaVision: A TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 48:31


Sorry for the delay on this one! but it is finally time to talk about the season finale of The Boys! Everything comes to a head as all factions descend on Vought Tower!Check out all of our podcasts!https://www.strandedpanda.com

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
Be A Bowling Ball Of Butcher Knives" Up On Game Presents Conversations W/ A Legend Warren Sapp PT 2

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 30:16


SUBSCRIBE TO THE FASTEST-GROWING NETWORK  PART II will not disappoint!! Warren Sapp and LaVar pick up right where they left off. Stop throwing the word GREAT or G.O.A.T around. So, Is JJ Watt a great player? What about TJ Watt or Aaron Darnold? Sapp is also coaching the young kids out there that want to sharpen their skills on the field. And, he talks about his good friend Jon Gruden. He's no racist. There's so much more, ya'll just have to listen and subscribe. UP On GAME Presents Conversations With A Legend. LaVar Arrington is sitting down with the best from the field, the stage, and beyond. These are intimate conversations and storytelling with legendary humans about their lives and successful careers. In this episode, Arrington talks with Pro Football Hall Of Famer Warren Sapp. #upongame #fsrweekends #2pros See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved

There were errors in the first two segments of the version I uploaded earlier this week. This version is fixed! Thanks to everyone who pointed out the error!JULY 17, 2022 #WeirdDarknessRadioShow EDITED VERSION (EARLY RELEASE FOR PODCAST SUBSCRIBERS!)Subscribers to the podcast get to hear the radio show days before it actually airs on the radio! And Patreon members (https://WeirdDarkness.com/patrons) get the commercial-free version! = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =HOUR ONE: Seances and spirit boards have a long history in cultures around the world, however, not every attempt at communication with the afterlife goes as planned. Even experienced mediums may run into an unpleasant spirit from time to time, and those who have no experience whatsoever may find themselves overwhelmed by a strong-willed entity with an inclination to do harm. We'll look at numerous examples of seances and Ouija board sessions that went horrifyingly wrong, and one particular demon who seems to show up more often than others that should scare the hell out of you. Perhaps this episode will serve as a cautionary tale to leave the dead to rest in peace.SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“When Ouija and Seances Go Horrifyingly Wrong” uses research from Melissa Brinks: https://tinyurl.com/y24rylju, and Jacob Shelton: https://tinyurl.com/yx48q3e6 “Zozo The Ouija Demon” by Maggie Clendenin: https://tinyurl.com/y5aynmj9 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =HOUR TWO: People keep reporting sightings of a giant five-foot long worm lurking in the Gobi desert. Witnesses say it's armed with spikes, it spits venom, and if you get too close it can even take you down with an electric shock. It's known as the Mongolian Death Worm. If you've not heard of it, it's because no one to date has yet been able to photograph it. So does that mean it doesn't exist? Or is it just too fast to capture on film? (The Mongolian Death Worm) *** Mount Pentelicus near Athens, Greece, is where the marble was cut to build the Parthenon. But more recently it has a more sinister reputation – for being haunted. Particularly around a certain cave known as “Davelis Cave.” (The Penteli Cave Enigma) *** For six years, Fritz Haarmann used his position as a police informant to hide in plain sight while he carried out at least 24 grisly murders as the "Vampire of Hanover." He was also called by some “The Butcher of Hanover”. But neither nickname given to him by the public comes remotely close to describing how evil the man truly was, or how gruesome his crimes actually were. (The Butcher Vampire) *** AND MORE!SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…BOOK: “The Unexplained An Illustrated Guide To The World's Natural and Paranormal Mysteries” by Karl Shuker: https://amzn.to/2SwqJ8W BOOK: “On The Trail of Ancient Man” by Roy Chapman Andrews: https://amzn.to/3iEaFg0 “The Butcher Vampire” by Morgan Dunn for All That's Interesting: https://tinyurl.com/y6l6lmu6 “Singular Verification of a Dream” from Strange Company: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/yfbt3s3h “The Mongolian Death Worm” by Natasha Ishak for All That's Interesting: https://tinyurl.com/yxf7lo58 “The Penteli Cave Enigma” by Caleb Strom for Ancient Origins: https://tinyurl.com/yy8373yh = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =SUDDEN DEATH OVERTIME: We look at the flip side of seances – the ones that aren't real at all – masquerading mediums, imitation investigators, and dubious demonologists! (Masquerading Mediums, Imitation Investigators, and Dubious Demonologists) *** Do you have people in your lives that you can't stand? A co-worker perhaps, or a family member, or a grumpy neighbor. You may call them “toxic”, but there was a lady who was so noxious that people couldn't literally stand her. Her name was Gloria Ramirez. (The Toxic Woman) *** Plus BLOOPERS!SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“Masquerading Mediums, Imitation Investigators, and Dubious Demonologists” by Melissa Brinks: https://tinyurl.com/yyrbfz2u “The Toxic Woman” by Kaushik Patowary for Amusing Planet: https://tinyurl.com/y29yy86d = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music, varying by episode, provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony: https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t, Midnight Syndicate: http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ, Kevin MacLeod: https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu, Tony Longworth: https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7, and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu: https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8 is used with permission. 

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Ghosted!  by Roz Drezfalez
River Butcher

Ghosted! by Roz Drezfalez

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 68:33


Roz is joined in studio by comedian River Butcher! We hear his beliefs on the paranormal, Roz researched The Belmez Faces of Spain, it turns out River is really great at guessing EVPs, they get into time travel, UFOs, past lives, demons, and GHOSTS! Please join https://www.patreon.com/Rozdrezfalez for exclusive Roz content including weekly videos and a bonus episode this week! Do you have a real-life ghost story for Roz to read on the air? Please rate Ghosted! 5 stars on Apple Podcasts and leave your story in the review or send your stories on over to GhostedByRoz@gmail.com with the subject line “Listener Episode”. Follow Roz on instagram @rozhernandez and be sure to join the facebook group! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CW_mBbXsIDk Bélmez Faces Source list: https://youtu.be/-4pLHWC26fc https://www.historicmysteries.com/belmez-faces/ https://burialsandbeyond.com/2019/06/20/the-house-of-faces/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved
JULY 17, 2022 #WeirdDarknessRadioShow (EARLY RELEASE FOR PODCAST SUBSCRIBERS!)

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 106:04


Subscribers to the podcast get to hear the radio show days before it actually airs on the radio! And Patreon members (https://WeirdDarkness.com/patrons) get the commercial-free version! = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =HOUR ONE: Seances and spirit boards have a long history in cultures around the world, however, not every attempt at communication with the afterlife goes as planned. Even experienced mediums may run into an unpleasant spirit from time to time, and those who have no experience whatsoever may find themselves overwhelmed by a strong-willed entity with an inclination to do harm. We'll look at numerous examples of seances and Ouija board sessions that went horrifyingly wrong, and one particular demon who seems to show up more often than others that should scare the hell out of you. Perhaps this episode will serve as a cautionary tale to leave the dead to rest in peace.SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“When Ouija and Seances Go Horrifyingly Wrong” uses research from Melissa Brinks: https://tinyurl.com/y24rylju, and Jacob Shelton: https://tinyurl.com/yx48q3e6 “Zozo The Ouija Demon” by Maggie Clendenin: https://tinyurl.com/y5aynmj9 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =HOUR TWO: People keep reporting sightings of a giant five-foot long worm lurking in the Gobi desert. Witnesses say it's armed with spikes, it spits venom, and if you get too close it can even take you down with an electric shock. It's known as the Mongolian Death Worm. If you've not heard of it, it's because no one to date has yet been able to photograph it. So does that mean it doesn't exist? Or is it just too fast to capture on film? (The Mongolian Death Worm) *** Mount Pentelicus near Athens, Greece, is where the marble was cut to build the Parthenon. But more recently it has a more sinister reputation – for being haunted. Particularly around a certain cave known as “Davelis Cave.” (The Penteli Cave Enigma) *** For six years, Fritz Haarmann used his position as a police informant to hide in plain sight while he carried out at least 24 grisly murders as the "Vampire of Hanover." He was also called by some “The Butcher of Hanover”. But neither nickname given to him by the public comes remotely close to describing how evil the man truly was, or how gruesome his crimes actually were. (The Butcher Vampire) *** AND MORE!SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…BOOK: “The Unexplained An Illustrated Guide To The World's Natural and Paranormal Mysteries” by Karl Shuker: https://amzn.to/2SwqJ8W BOOK: “On The Trail of Ancient Man” by Roy Chapman Andrews: https://amzn.to/3iEaFg0 “The Butcher Vampire” by Morgan Dunn for All That's Interesting: https://tinyurl.com/y6l6lmu6 “Singular Verification of a Dream” from Strange Company: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/yfbt3s3h “The Mongolian Death Worm” by Natasha Ishak for All That's Interesting: https://tinyurl.com/yxf7lo58 “The Penteli Cave Enigma” by Caleb Strom for Ancient Origins: https://tinyurl.com/yy8373yh = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =SUDDEN DEATH OVERTIME: We look at the flip side of seances – the ones that aren't real at all – masquerading mediums, imitation investigators, and dubious demonologists! (Masquerading Mediums, Imitation Investigators, and Dubious Demonologists) *** Do you have people in your lives that you can't stand? A co-worker perhaps, or a family member, or a grumpy neighbor. You may call them “toxic”, but there was a lady who was so noxious that people couldn't literally stand her. Her name was Gloria Ramirez. (The Toxic Woman) *** Plus BLOOPERS!SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“Masquerading Mediums, Imitation Investigators, and Dubious Demonologists” by Melissa Brinks: https://tinyurl.com/yyrbfz2u “The Toxic Woman” by Kaushik Patowary for Amusing Planet: https://tinyurl.com/y29yy86d = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music, varying by episode, provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony: https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t, Midnight Syndicate: http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ, Kevin MacLeod: https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu, Tony Longworth: https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7, and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu: https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8 is used with permission. 

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