The most scary thing of late is not knowing how to protect ourselves in the current climate of pandemic living. Today's guest, Doctor Carlton shares stories, care tips, vaccine and vax recommendations and ways to be safe from the newest problem and struggle of Monkeypox, how do we protect ourselves, how do we protect each other, and what are the ways we can protect our community?Resources:Vaccination Access Project: https://bit.ly/3w12rbz Doctor Carlton:Insta: https://www.instagram.com/doctorcarlton/?hl=en TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@doctorcarlton Twitter: https://twitter.com/doctor_carlton — Check out the new and improved Lawn Mower 4.0 and enjoy this special 20% off with code WATTS20 ~ at http://www.manscaped.com! —Discord: https://discord.gg/bxqDQVcKH7 Amps Linktree: https://linktr.ee/pupamp Kristofer Linktree: https://linktr.ee/mrkristofer SAFEWORD MERCH: http://www.safewordshop.com TWITCH: http://twitch.tv/wattsthesafeword Watts Your Safeword Podcast:Itunes: http://apple.co/2QkMDwk Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2QjPNjL Twitters:http://twitter.com/WattsTheSafewrd http://twitter.com/PupAmp http://twitter.com/kristoferweston Instagrams:https://instagram.com/PupAmp/ https://instagram.com/mrkristoferweston https://instagram.com/wattsthesafeword Facebook: http://ow.ly/Z5nvM Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/WattsTheSafeword Opening by the magical Aethernaut https://aethernaut.bandcamp.com Music by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud
AFL.com.au journalist Cal Twomey joined Garry and Tim to give them the latest on Josh Dunkley's future, Jake Lloyd and Sam Reid's new deals, Jacob Hopper's fit at Geelong, extensions for youngsters at Collingwood and Carlton, a draft bolter from Gippsland, and more.
Damian Barrett and Michael Whiting bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Brisbane's premiership credentials (0:00); The Lions with more to give in the remaining weeks (5:22); Patrick Cripps' fight to play in round 22 lives on (10:12); An “unlikely curveball” for prospective finalists (13:32); Ben McEvoy's retirement (15:29); One of the year's biggest feel-good stories (17:39) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damian Barrett and Sarah Olle bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Patrick Cripps' suspension is upheld (0:00); Carlton's alarming form drop off (2:20); The other leading Brownlow contenders (5:30); A superstar from Sydney hangs up the boots (9:20); Ladder predictor machinations (15:19) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Channel 7 footy reporter Mitch Cleary joined Garry and Tim to discuss Carlton's chances of appealing the tribunal's Patrick Cripps decision, Dyson Heppell's future with Essendon, Melbourne's interest in Brodie Grundy, Patrick Dangerfield's calf injury, and more.
On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - Carlton, Cripps, Collingwood, Melbourne and more 2. AFL Nation commentator Nathan Jones 3. Is Ken Hinkley's position in question? 4. Matt White on the Commonwealth Games and Oscar Piastri 5. Lost in the wash 6. Sam Edmund with breaking news on Wayne Carey and Anthony Stevens 7. Brett Phillips on Nick Kyrgios.
Sarah Black and Lucy Watkin go inside the four walls of the Carlton and the Swans ahead of AFLW's Season 7 beginning in 3 weeks' time. How will the youth the Blues have brought into the side flourish in 2022? What will the Swans do in their inaugural season with #1 pick, Montana Ham. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's edition of The Almanack Report, season 2022 was supposed to be the year that Carlton finally got the most out of their 20 year rebuild, and bounced back into the AFL finals, while for their rivals Collingwood, it was to be a season where they would attempt to find something in the rubble that had been their past two years. It all started off according to plan, but the last 11 weeks have revealed a swift change in fortunes, and now it looks as though their seasons will be decided in a blockbuster final round match at the MCG in two weeks time. Today we discuss just what has been going on. As well as this, I've finally managed to get back to the footy, and apart from dissecting the reasons why GWS and Essendon are holding up the base of the ladder, I wax lyrical about just how enjoyable it is to be back at the game amongst the crowds. All of that is coming up on today's edition of The Almanack Report, on the podcast that knows how to play the game, Thoughts from the Metal Cavern. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/metalcavern/message
David King joined Gerard in the studio for The Monday Means Test where he explained why it'll take a "freak event" for Geelong not to win the flag this year, and why Carlton should have no shame for hitting the wall that they have. They also spoke about Josh Kennedy's spectacular career finale, Melbourne's loss to Collingwood, the Western Bulldogs' struggles, the "significant" pressure at Port Adelaide, Lance Franklin's future, their seedings, and more.
On Monday morning, Gerard's editorial on the Commonwealth Games and Carlton (00:29) was followed by plenty of Snap Judgements from passionate footy fans after another big weekend of action (8:27), and when David King joined him for 'The Monday Means Test' he explained how Geelong are doing something we've never seen before, before discussing Melbourne's loss to Collingwood, the Western Bulldogs' struggles, the "significant" pressure at Port Adelaide, and more (27:28). Sam Edmund joined him in the studio to deliver the latest news out of Round 21 (1:20:55), and Robert Craddock weighed in on the big stories from the Commonwealth Games (1:28:58).
Today's bite-sized SBF podcast features: 1. An AFL Fantasy review of Round 21 (0:45) 2. Could Carlton miss the finals? (4:49) 3. Kareem Hunt's trade request (7:44) 4. Nick Kyrios wins the Citi Open (9:44) 5. Buddy to Brisbane does make a lot of sense (11:28) Enjoy! ✌️
MONDAY's Footy Shorts sees Kane and Hayesy look at why Patty Cripps is unlikely to play again during the minor round. Suns coach Stewie Dew steaks on Izak Rankine's future, A North Melbourne champion's return to action last weekend, and while one Josh Kennedy thrived another dived.
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Monday, August 8th with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Carlton Captain Patrick Cripps was handed a two match suspension by the AFL, meaning he will miss their final two games and leave Carlton in limbo. Ken Hinkley appears to be in the hot seat as Port Adelaide continue to struggle. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Tom Lynch is in some of the best form of his career (0:00); The young forwards making their mark in 2022 (6:15); Ken Hinkley's future (9:56); Finals or bust for the Blues? (14:11); How do the Bulldogs respond from here? (17:57) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Tuesday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' included discussion surrounding Olivia Newton John's passing, their luncheon on Thursday, Garry's outfit last night, and more. In 'Conversation Starters' they discussed Patrick Cripps' suspension, Ken Hinkley's future at Port Adelaide, Lance Franklin's contract negotiations, Izak Rankine's offer from Adelaide, and more, before being joined by Sam Edmund who had some interesting news regarding Dyson Heppell. Zoe Samios called in to discuss the AFL's TV rights negotiations, and in 'Questions Without Notice' they asked about Adelaide's apology to their members, Sam Darcy's position in the future, Kane Cornes' criticism of Collingwood, Carlton's claim to have had a successful year, and more.
Adelaide's apology to their members, what position will Sam Darcy predominantly play, why did Bailey Smith only sign for two years, Kane Cornes' criticism of Collingwood, can Carlton claim to have had a successful year if they miss the finals, is there plenty left in the tank for David Mundy, could Izak Rankine turn into a Shai Bolton kind of player, and more.
Tom Browne is back to wrap up a big weekend of footy! Patrick Cripps' MRO case dominated discussion where Tom outlined the likely verdict for the Carlton skipper along with Buddy's contract news & the Pies timeline to sign De Goey also on the agenda. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of A Life in Ruins Podcast, we interview Dr. Maddy McAllister, a maritime archaeologist with the Museum of Tropical Queensland. Dr. McAllister is known for her educational Instagram account, @shipwreckmermaid. As Dr. McAllister is an Aussie, we naturally first have a conversation about the differences between our endemic wildlife and the hazards of working in the wild. This is followed by a discussion of how Dr. McAllister, and other underwater archaeologists, plan out their projects, record data, and conduct their research. We also have some salty discussions of sailing stories, shipwrecks, and other things that blow Connors and Carlton's minds. David was literally born on an island -he gets it. If you have left a review of the podcast on iTunes or Spotify, please email us at email@example.com so we can get shipping information to send you a sticker. If you are listening to this episode on the "Archaeology Podcast Network All Shows Feed," please consider subscribing to the "A Life in Ruins Podcast" channel to support our show. Listening to and downloading our episodes on the A Life in Ruins channel helps our podcast grow. So please, subscribe to the A Life in Ruins Podcast, hosted by the Archaeology Podcast Network, on whichever platform you are using to listen to us on the "All Shows Feed." Support our show by following our channel. Book Recommendations: • 2005 ‘Beneath the Seven Seas' (edited by George Bass) • 1980 Archaeology underwater – Keith Muckleroy • 2004 Maritime Archaeology: a technical handbook, Jeremy Green • 1986 Maritime Archaeology in Australia – Graeme Henderson • 2008 Unfinished Voyages – Graeme Henderson • 2007 Shipwreck Archaeology in Australia – Mike Nash Guest Contact Dr. McAllister's Instagram: @shipwreckmermaid Dr. McAllister's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maddy.mcallister.10 and https://www.facebook.com/shipwreckmermaid/ Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @alifeinruinspodcast Facebook: @alifeinruinspodcast Twitter: @alifeinruinspod Website: www.alifeinruins.com Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular
Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily. The lid is off for the Pies (0:00); Geelong's big test remains their September results (4:24); Key inclusions central to the Magpies winning streak (7:15); Carlton's finals hopes “in the balance” (10:58); Josh Kennedy's awesome farewell (18:15); Nat's favourite birthday present (20:46) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David King, Leigh Montagna and Ben Dixon give the first and best analysis of Round 21 on The First Crack, including breakdowns of the Melbourne-Collingwood blockbuster, Carlton's woes amid a potential Patrick Cripps suspension, the two clubs who were "not AFL standard" on the weekend and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Despite Freo's horrific three weeks up forward, we won't see Sammy Sturt on the Marvel dirt. Time to Restump Podcast review the daunting assignment against Rory Lobb's future teammates. We're a bit disappointed this week as its seemingly becoming a bit ground-hog-dayish on selection day. While Sammy Sturt isn't the second coming of Christ, after three team scores averaging 7 goals a game, it appears we've opted not to address or even tinker with the dysfunctional forward structure. However, JL and his selection posse know more than us and they're providing the opportunity for the forward crew to dig themselves out of the hole they've found their way into. To be fair, the Bulldogs do leak score at times so it is probably the game to forward the forwards a week's grace. On paper you look at the Bulldogs names and they terrify you on nearly every line. Yet you then look at their form and it doesn't quite equate. But you get the feeling they've recently watched, Carlton, Richmond and Melbourne bring the heat to us and, consequently, we should expect fire and brimstones.We don't want to limp towards the end of the year and cling on to a top eight position so we need to turn things around Saturday night. However, the Bulldogs want to force their way into the finals so there is no doubt they'll be on.Its great to see Disco Nathan back as he might provide the bite on the wing that we have been missing recently. And hopefully Darcy Tucker can reproduce his damaging accumulating possession and goal kicking Peel form and prove a positive replacement for Trav Colyer. While Dave Mundy has called time on his career and the club is using it as motivation, we would have thought the prospect of playing finals and potentially a home final would be all the motivation the boys would need. But if we can add in “do it for Dave” and it helps, then why not.Its an unnerving task this Saturday. The Dogs will smell our blood from the last three weeks in the water. On the other hand, we simply have to deliver an appropriate response after that substandard performance last week. Both teams have so much to play for and that makes for a potentially cracking game.We're all on board all the time but that doesn't mean we can't respectfully remove the purple rose coloured glasses at times and have a candid chat about all aspects of the club. Talking things out and speaking from the purple heart is always the therapeutically way forward. So, click the play button and join us for a 45 minute chat about selections, where we're at as a club, our neglect of our areas of deficiency and the big clash Saturday night.
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Joey, Duck, Daisy and Damo are back to discuss all the big news and views in the footy world, including Duck's ab off with Jay Clark, some greats retiring, Carlton's form, Richmond's injuries, Eddie Betts's revelations of the Adelaide camp, the Daisy Duck Dive, and a preview of round 21.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After suffering what could be a crucial loss to Adelaide in Round 20, Carlton star Harry McKay joined Gerard to chat about their review after the loss, Michael Voss' ability to get them back on track, the injuries at the club, the impact of Jack Silvagni's omission, their upcoming trip to Brisbane, and more.
Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Where Eddie Betts has been let down since the camp (0:00); Eddie's emotion about the camp (5:09); Carlton and Brisbane's form slump since round 10 (12:16); St Kilda's board involvement with a list decision (17:26) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sam Edmund read from Eddie Betts' autobiography recounting the Adelaide Crows' pre-season camp, author and activist Tony Birch shared his reaction to that episode, and Luke Hodge from a leadership perspective, while Adam Gilchrist shared the story of a camp that served Australian cricket well, and Harry McKay took us inside Carlton after the Blues' worst performance of the season.
On Tuesday morning, Gerard's editorial on Eddie Betts' autobiography and the Adelaide Crows' pre-season camp (00:42) was followed by a chat with Sam Edmund who shared more details from the book, and explained what kind of impact it could have on the Adelaide Football Club (6:07). Luke Hodge also weighed in on the matter before touching on some broader football topics (15:24), and Tony Birch called in after helping Betts launch 'The Boy from Boomerang Crescent' last night (37:37). Harry McKay joined the show after Carlton's disappointing loss last weekend (1:02:01), and Adam Gilchrist gave his take on the Adelaide camp and David Warner's T20 future (1:15:43). Gerard was also joined in the studio by Wayne Hawkes and Michael Browell as they looked ahead to this year's Cox Plate (1:26:48), and Rob Woodhouse wrapped up another night of Aussie dominance in the pool at Birmingham (1:39:22).
Join Glenn McFarlane, Chris Cavanagh and Will Hogan as they analyse what went wrong for Carlton - will they make the 8 and what would that mean? Also on this episode, the panel previews a blockbuster Friday night clash between Melbourne and Collingwood, how the Giants will go about resetting their salary cap and the out of contract players who should be on the radar in the off season.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Tuesday, August 2nd with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Gerard and Robbo discuss the retirements of Josh Kennedy, Steven Motlop and David Mundy, before turning their attention to the Premiership credentials of Carlton and Brisbane. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tom Browne wrapped up a big weekend of footy! He discussed all the big injury news including the latest on Grimes, Bailey, Adams, Howe and many more. Plus the fallout at Carlton, GWS and Brisbane, TV Rights update & D-Day for Tassie! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David King, Leigh Montagna and Anthony Hudson give you the first and best analysis of Round 20 on The First Crack, including the big flaws at Carlton and Brisbane, Geelong and Patrick Dangerfield's premiership prospects, the Magpies "mystery" plus much more from a huge weekend.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ross arrives in the nick of time, Duck's apology, our special comments guys haven't learned yet, Carlton out-desired by Adelaide, Lachie Neale, does Brisbane have an MCG problem?, Jack Ginnivan opens up on the toll on his mental health, Pub Quiz, Hitching The Caravan, Richmond Assistant Coach Andrew MvQualter, Mark McVeigh blasts the Giants, Brett Ratten gets cranky at the mediaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A former high-school dropout from Washington D.C., Carlton McCoy found his calling after attending culinary school. After working at several of New York City's top restaurants, McCoy discovered a love for wine. By 28, he became just the second ever Black Master Sommelier. Today McCoy is the CEO of Lawrence Wine Estates, a collection of Napa Valley wineries, and co-founded The Roots Fund, which is working to diversify the wine world by providing pathways for Black and Indigenous people. Now, McCoy has his own travel show on CNN, Nomad with Carlton McCoy, in which he explores people, culture, and foods from around the world.
Tom Browne brought us all the latest news in the footy world, including Geelong's interest in Jacob Hopper, Carlton axing Jack Silvagni amongst other selection news, Matthew Nicks's push back on Matt Crouch claims and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This message was delivered on Sunday, July 24, 2022 at All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma by Carlton D. Pearson. Description: What does it mean to become more inclusive toward ourselves? As we venture into radical inclusivity, sometimes we are surprised to find old parts of our stories coming back to make us feel guilt, shame, or self-loathing that we thought we had left behind. This Sunday, Carlton explores what it means to move past a kind of militaristic kind of love and step into a more compassionate and real form of *liking* ourselves.
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