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JeffMara Paranormal Podcast
UFO Expert Who Dated A Reptilian Alien!

JeffMara Paranormal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 70:02


Podcast guest 510 is author Dr. Christopher Macklin who was unknowingly dating a retilian alien. Dr. Christopher Macklin is a highly respected UFO and ET expert, member of the Galactic Federation, a Remote Viewer and expert on The Deep State, the starseed ET races and how they are connected to humanity, positive and negative ET races that are on our planet, alien connection, paranormal, and manufactured diseases. Born as a highly aware psychic child in Chester, England, Christopher Macklin was often visited by negative ETs as a young child in his room at night. His encounters brought his parents to his side, but not believing him, they felt that Christopher was only experiencing nightmares. He was able to perceive energy fields, spirit activity and multi-dimensional phenomena from a very young age. This left young Christopher to learn early on how to deal with the presence of negative ETs in his life. He began to use his psychic abilities and the power inherent in his Melchizedek Soul to understand why they were visiting him, how to remove them from the planet and how to heal the manipulations and violations that he eventually understood they were inflicting on an unsuspecting humanity. These early experiences would form the basis of Christopher's life work. Christopher specializes in healing abductees and others who have suffered related negative ET trauma. He assists people in removing negative ET presences from their lives, clearing homes and land, and closing multidimensional portals. He also works tirelessly with “illuminati fall out children” who have been mind-controlled and physically tortured by ET influenced governmental agencies and institutions. In addition, he works very closely with the Pleiadians and Arcturians to help heal and rebalance humanity. His new book History, Truth and Healing addresses the negative ET presence and how it has affected humanity. Christopher's YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/GlobalEnlightenmentProject Christopher's Website https://www.globalenlightenmentproject.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jeffrey-s-reynolds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeffrey-s-reynolds/support

Get Better at Beach Volleyball
Episode #26: Gretchen Hand Interview - Missouri State Beach Volleyball - What College Coaches REALLY Want?

Get Better at Beach Volleyball

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 71:20


Want to be the BEST? Beach volleyball coaches don't want you to just play volleyball, they want you to play BETTER volleyball. They want to win and have a good time doing it. That is why we are here—to develop winning habits for players of all skill levels. Give us a SHOUT out in today's episode with Coach Mark Burik and Coach Gretchen Hand. Learn how we can help you make your beach volleyball experience the BEST!

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 975 New Frontiers In Wine Marketing...Technologies | Wine2Wine Recorded Sessions

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 45:18


Welcome to Episode 975; New frontiers in wine marketing- anticipating the opportunities in nascent technologies Welcome to Wine2Wine Business Forum 2021 Series. The sessions are recorded and uploaded on Italian Wine Podcast. wine2wine is an international wine business forum, held annually in Verona Italy since 2014. The event is a key reference point for wine producers and a diverse variety of wine professionals eager to develop and grow their wine business worldwide. About today's session: Amazon has just released a robot that knows when to stay out of the bedroom. The government of Nicaragua has passed a law requiring businesses to accept bitcoin as legal tender. LVMH has acquired expensive land in a digital universe. Why? To build a shopping mall for the rapidly growing virtual fashion market. Hologram sommeliers and critics are braced to help the wine lover in store. Is your winery prepared for the future? The technology in our pockets has fragmented audiences forever. Tribes and influencers matter, but what counts more than ever is brand. Against a backdrop of fierce competition, changing consumer trends, and rapidly evolving platforms, brand and brand values still drive sales. Keeping those values at the forefront of the conversation will not be easy. Paul Caputo will present an overview of the imminent technology landscape and potential trends in order to provoke thought and discussion around maximising wine marketing opportunities. Despite a focus on how wineries might leverage these ideas, they are equally relevant to trade and press audiences More about the today's speaker: Paul Caputo IWA is a UK based wine writer, judge, critic and entrepreneur. He is a certified Italian Wine Ambassador of the VinItaly International Academy, and writes regularly for various publications. He previously ran an online wine merchant and successful pop up wine bar, located on Chester's historic rows. He works mainly in the wine space where he combines his passion for travel, technology, sustainability, and marketing. To find out more visit: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vinorandum Instagram: @paulcaputowine/@vinorandum Twitter: @paulcaputowine/@Vinorandum LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulcaputo/ More about today's Moderator: Carlo Rossi Chauvenet is lawyer and managing partner of CRCLEX, a law firm specialized in IT Law, Company Law and Wine Law, with offices in Milan and Padua. Carlo is Adjunct professor of Privacy Law at Bocconi University in Milan and he also lecturer in Private Law and Company law courses. To find out more visit: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carlo.chauvenet Instagram: @chauvenet Twitter: @chauvenet LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlo-rossi-chauvenet-09284a1/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, cin cin!

NADA MÁS QUE LIBROS
Nada más que libros - Antonio Buero Vallejo

NADA MÁS QUE LIBROS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 32:54


“ -URBANO: ¡Vamos! Parece que no estás muy seguro. -FERNANDO: No es eso Urbano. ¡Es que le tengo miedo al tiempo! Es lo que más me hace sufrir. Ver como pasan los días, y los años...sin que nada cambie. Ayer mismo éramos tú y yo dos críos que veníamos a fumar aquí, a escondidas, los primeros pitillos...¡Y hace ya diez años! Hemos crecido sin darnos cuenta, subiendo y bajando la escalera, rodeados siempre de los padres, que no nos entienden; de vecinos que murmuran de nosotros y de quienes murmuramos...Buscando mil recursos y soportando humillaciones para poder pagar la casa, la luz...y las patatas. Y mañana, o dentro de diez años que pueden pasar como un día, como han pasado estos últimos…., aborreciendo el trabajo…, perdiendo día tras día...Por eso es preciso cortar por lo sano.” Fragmento de “Historia de una escalera” Antonio Buero Vallejo nació en Guadalajara el 29 de Septiembre de 1916. Desde su infancia se interesa por la literatura, sobre todo por el teatro. Estudia en la Escuela de Bellas Artes de San Fernando de Madrid y, acusado de , permanece en prisión desde 1939 a 1946. Allí coincide con Miguel Hernández y entablan una fuerte amistad. Al ser puesto en libertad comienza a colaborar en diversas revistas como dibujante y escritor de pequeñas piezas de teatro. Su debut se produce en 1949 con la publicación de “Historia de una escalera”, obra galardonada con el Premio Lope de Vega y que tuvo un gran éxito de público en el Teatro Español de Madrid. Durante la década de los cincuenta escribe y estrena en España y en el extranjero obras tan significativas en su trayectoria literaria como “La Tejedora de sueños” de 1951, “La señal que se espera” (1952), “Casi un cuento de hadas” de 1953, “Madrugada” del mismo año, “Hoy es Fiesta” (1956) o “Un soñador para un pueblo” de 1958. A pesar de sus problemas con la censura vigente, sigue estrenando títulos como “El concierto de San Ovidio” de 1962, “Aventura en lo gris” (1964), “El tragaluz” de 1967 – que se mantiene en cartel durante casi nueve meses- o “Las Meninas” cuyo estreno obtiene un éxito sin precedentes. Además prepara versiones de Shakespeare, como “Hamlet, príncipe de Dinamarca” y Bertolt Brecht (“Madre Coraje, y sus hijos”). Posteriormente realiza un ciclo de conferencias en varias universidades estadounidenses y en 1971 ingresa en la Rea Academia Española, y, más tarde, es nombrado socio de honor del Circulo de Bellas Artes y del Ateneo de Madrid. Asimismo pertenece a diversas academias, comités y sociedades de América, Portugal, Alemania y Francia. Durante los primeros años de democracia en España Buero no cesa de estrenar obras: “Jueces en la noche” de 1979, “Caimán” (1981) y “Dialogo secreto” de 1985, o su versión de ”El pato silvestre” de Henrik Ibsen, en 1982. En 1986 recibe el Premio Miguel de Cervantes por toda su trayectoria literaria. Antonio Buero Vallejo compagina su éxito en el campo de la literatura con su otra gran pasión, la pintura. En 1993 publica “Libro de estampas”, donde se recogen pinturas acompañadas de textos inéditos del autor. En 1997 ve la luz su última obra, “Misión al pueblo desierto”, estrenada en Madrid dos años después. En 1998 es nombrado presidente de honor de la Fundación Fomento del Teatro. Antonio Buero Vallejo falleció en Madrid el 29 de Abril del año 2000, a los 84 años. Antonio Buero Vallejo es quizá el autor teatral más importante y, desde luego más representativo de la España de posguerra. Su primer estreno, “Historia de una escalera” de 1949, original síntesis de dos herencias tan dispares como el sainete y la tragedia de Unamuno, supuso una abierta ruptura con el teatro que se venía haciendo en España en los diez años inmediatamente anteriores. Dicho primer estreno anticipaba también la significación que tendrá Buero desde aquel momento: su empeño en escribir un teatro trágico, que desde García Lorca y hasta entonces, ningún autor español había acometido, y en armonizar la pureza y el criticismo de su arte con un amplio éxito de público. Pero es su drama “En la ardiente oscuridad” (primero que escribe, en 1946, aunque el estreno date de 1950) el mejor punto de partida para acercarnos a este universo dramático. Debemos señalar enseguida algunos datos biográficos del autor que anteceden inmediatamente a la escritura de la citada obra: estudiante de Bellas Artes en el Madrid de la II República; soldado republicano desde 1936 a 1939; muerte del padre, fusilado en Madrid en 1937; condenado a muerte en 1939, hasta la conmutación de la pena ocho meses después; recluido durante seis años en diferentes colonias penitenciarias…...Cuando recobra la libertad abandona la pintura y empieza a escribir. Que el primer drama que escribe sea “En la ardiente oscuridad” es algo que, si puedo decirlo de este modo, da que pensar. Sin embargo, en la superficie, “En la ardiente oscuridad” no guarda relación con tales hechos. Sólo cuando penetramos en la estructura trágica, profunda, de esta obra – una obra que prefigura todas las demás del autor – comprendemos que el teatro de Buero Vallejo surge a causa y frente a la guerra y la posguerra españolas. “En la ardiente oscuridad” es un drama sobre ciegos. En un centro para estudiantes invidentes, donde domina una pedagogía consistente en ignorar la situación de la ceguera – como una forma de intentar superarla , aparece un nuevo alumno, Ignacio, el protagonista, que opone a las mentiras oficiales del centro una afirmación rebelde: la verdad de que es ciego, la verdad de que todos son ciegos y de que necesitan ver. La ceguera, como símbolo de las limitaciones humanas, y la necesidad de ver, como símbolo de la aspiración de lo absoluto, son claves fundamentales para entender el pensamiento de la obra. La antinomia Ignacio – Carlos (éste último alumno destacado del centro) y la muerte del primero a manos del segundo es otro aspecto que debemos destacar para poder añadir inmediatamente que “En la ardiente oscuridad” contiene de manera expresa o esboza estas constantes del teatro de Buero: la antinomia ; las taras físicas, además de la ceguera, la locura, la sordera, etc., que pueden homologarse con aquella; una imagen totalizadora de lo humano, que abarca los conflictos sociales y políticos y, simultáneamente, el misterio del mundo y de la vida, etc. Estas y otras características nos han servido de hilo conductor para llegar a la estructura profunda del teatro de Buero Vallejo, pudiendo proponer así una interpretación nueva del mismo. En esa estructura hemos hallado primero un trasfondo mítico siempre presente o latente: la tríada Edipo, Don Quijote y Caín-Abel y segundo, una presencia-ausencia de Dios, de acuerdo a una visión trágica: un Dios que no es el de las religiones, Dios de certezas, sino el Dios incierto y equívoco de la tragedia, el Dios de Pascal y de Racine. Ambas dimensiones son complementarias entre sí y demuestran la enorme coherencia del teatro de Buero en el ámbito de lo trágico; pues, al fin, es impensable una tragedia sin mitos y sin dioses. Comprobamos así que el teatro de Buero apunta a la necesidad de

Relatos De Horror (Historias De Terror)
La Posesión De Chester (Relatos De Terror)

Relatos De Horror (Historias De Terror)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 22:10


¿Quién podría pensar que una mascota tan normal y amorosa como "Chester" pudiera convertirse en un animal totalmente distinto de la noche a la mañana. Explicaciones para lo que le paso existen, mucho estrés piensan algunas personas, mientras que algunas otras más se arriesgan a decir que se trata de una posesión demoniaca. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Morning Stream
TMS 2309: Bicycle Oyster Cult

The Morning Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 86:00


Croc Blocked. Important Taint Paint. My aunt has MS! I mean, allergies. Chode Butter and VIP Charcuterie. Reinforced nipple area. Chester, he was a President wasn't he? Riding Up That Hill. Punctuate your Doomscrolling. Crap! They found me. The wet D-Pad was my wrestling finishing move. Crispie Creme for the Tender Parts. Big ol' Nixon beard!! The Good Thicke. Zoom And Enhance Scott's Wrist. Gross but yes. Not supporting the bad guys with Stephen and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!
TMS 2309: Bicycle Oyster Cult

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 86:00


Croc Blocked. Important Taint Paint. My aunt has MS! I mean, allergies. Chode Butter and VIP Charcuterie. Reinforced nipple area. Chester, he was a President wasn't he? Riding Up That Hill. Punctuate your Doomscrolling. Crap! They found me. The wet D-Pad was my wrestling finishing move. Crispie Creme for the Tender Parts. Big ol' Nixon beard!! The Good Thicke. Zoom And Enhance Scott's Wrist. Gross but yes. Not supporting the bad guys with Stephen and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

OSG Sports
Soccer Down Here 6/27: Jarrett and Jon Look Back At The Weekend

OSG Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 60:41


Since Jarrett was missed on Salty Takeaways, he gives his thoughts on the loss in Toronto and the wild afternoon in Chester, PA.We also take your comments and questions and get you ready for Soccer Over There

Soccer Down Here
Soccer Down Here 6/27: Jarrett and Jon Look Back At The Weekend

Soccer Down Here

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 60:41


Since Jarrett was missed on Salty Takeaways, he gives his thoughts on the loss in Toronto and the wild afternoon in Chester, PA.We also take your comments and questions and get you ready for Soccer Over There

Have a Word with Adam Rowe & Dan Nightingale
#178 with Thomas Green & Alfie Brown - Have a Word w/Adam & Dan

Have a Word with Adam Rowe & Dan Nightingale

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 140:09


Our December arena show is on sale now! Tickets at: https://sjm.lnk.to/HAWORD UPCOMING SHOW TICKETS @ dannightingale.com & adamrowe.co.uk/shows Dan's new Chester city centre comedy club, The CCC, starts on Saturday 11 June. Checkout the website http://comediansclubchester.com for the rest of the years shows. Thanks so much for listening. Give us a follow on socials @haveawordpod and make sure to subscribe to the podcast on your app and to our channel at: YouTube.com/haveawordpod. Full episodes in video on da'tube. And if you'd like an extra episode of our lids, every week, in video and audio... sign upto our Patreon.com/haveawordpod. From as little as £3 a month you get the weekly exclusive ep. and a load of other perks. Enjoy.

Monte & The Pharaoh
The Original G-Man Of Hip Hop presents The G-Spot episode 3 with Guest Chester Whitmore

Monte & The Pharaoh

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 41:18


The Original G-Man Of Hip Hop presents The G-Spot episode 3 with Guest Chester Whitmore --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-monte-jr/support

Wake Up Memphis Podcast
Nathan Chester

Wake Up Memphis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 9:44


Nathan Chester is a blog writer for the GrizzlyBearBlue. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Real Estate and You w/ Brad Weisman
Talking TRASH on Jakub Mochon of The Junkluggers

Real Estate and You w/ Brad Weisman

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 17:24


My friend, Jakub Mochon, joined us to talk about his "trashy" business... The Junkluggers of Berks, Chester and Lancaster!!  Actually his business is amazing... this company does everything they can to remove your JUNK and either recycle, repurpose or donate it to someone that needs it!!  Their goal is to send very LITTLE to the Trash DUMP.   They can help you get rid of pretty much everything and you'll feel good knowing most likely it's getting reused in some way, shape or form.  Very interesting episode!!  Take a listen!!#junkluggers  #bradweisman  #realestateandyou  #jakubmochonKeller Williams Platinum Realty Brad Weisman has been a Realtor since 1992 and proudly sponsors this podcast!

Becker’s Healthcare -- Spine and Orthopedic Podcast
Dr. Chester Donnally, of Texas Spine Consultants

Becker’s Healthcare -- Spine and Orthopedic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 13:50


Dr. Chester Donnally, of Texas Spine Consultants, joined the podcast to talk about his viral social media posts, direct patient marketing, motion preservation in spine and more.

Get Better at Beach Volleyball
Episode #25: How to get better AT HOME with Stafford Slick and Katie Spieler?

Get Better at Beach Volleyball

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 44:48


Carefree Highway Revisited
Sea of Tranquility

Carefree Highway Revisited

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 52:42


In this episode, guest Donny Screws of Chester, GA (a former member of the Lee Jessup Band and current member of the Midlife Chryslers) joins host Mike Messner to discuss "Sea of Tranquility" from Gordon Lightfoot's 1980 album Dream Street Rose. You'll also hear spots from fellow podcasts Books Boys, Oldie But A Goodie, and the new audio drama, A Date With Death! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Straight From The Off
Straight From The Off - With Jamie Rainford

Straight From The Off

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 95:30


Straight From The Off welcomes Jamie Rainford to the Podcast. Jamie is a great goalscorer in the amateur and non league scene and flirted with the pro game on a number of occasions. Jamie has played for teams that include Bootle, Marine, Chester, Halifax and local Sunday league legends Oyster FC. He tells us about the mistakes he made on his journey in football and how he feels everything happens for a reason. He tells us about Paul Ince who had invited him on trial at Notts County and how being contracted at the time may have hurt his chances of being a professional. He tells about his favourite, games and all about the lads he shared a pitch with and played against throughout those times. Episode 84 is brought to you by: Hat Scarf or a Badge

The Frankie Boyer Show
Greg Maciolek and Chester L. Richards

The Frankie Boyer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 39:36


Greg Maciolekwww.imrtn.comGreg Maciolek is a speaker, author, executive coach and expert in Senior Leadership Development. He established his company, Integrated Management Resources, Inc., to optimize client profitability. He is a former Air Force fighter pilot, group commander and award-winning educator. He is published in 9 books. https://imrtn.com/Chester L. Richardshttps://www.chesterlrichards.com/Chester L. Richards is the author of the new memoir From The Potato to Star Trek and Beyond: Memoirs of a Rocket Scientist. A man of adventure, Chester reveals stories from a life well-lived and the lessons that we can all appreciate. Discover why nature wants to kill you, and how the most critical step in your success lies in your failures. https://www.chesterlrichards.com/::::music credit::::::Music by: Sirius Beat - OneLink: http://youtu.be/foKOqaimVv4

Physician's Guide to Doctoring
Create and Market Your Online Course Worldwide with Chester Zoda, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 44:12


Dr. Chester Zoda's education company “Digital Doctor,” helps doctors build passive income with online courses. At the start of the pandemic, Dr Zoda was working 80–100-hour weeks and feeling burnt out and overworked. He wanted to spend more time with family but was unable due to clinical obligations. He wanted to find a way to make extra money, so he created an online course teaching digital marketing via Facebook advertising. His first online course made $5,000 in the first month of launch and was featured on the frontpage of Oberlo magazine. He started taking on additional clients on-the-side, helping Ecommerce and Digital Marketers launch their online courses. After many requests, he eventually decided to teach his methods to a small group of doctors. In late 2020, he left clinical practice completely to focus on the business we discussed today. He teaches healthcare practitioners how to create online courses. There are patients (and other clinicians) throughout the world who will pay for us to tell them what we say to our patients or trainees each day. What I think he has mastered most, is how to use the search engine algorithms to set up ads that will show up in our target audiences. How to make sure we show up at the top, which works as social proof that we are the experts we claim to be and thus deserve what we charge for our courses.

Columbia House Party
The 2000s: Linkin Park — Hybrid Theory (w/ Elamin Abdelmahmoud)

Columbia House Party

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 68:27


In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined Elamin Abdelmahmoud (@elamin88), host of Pop Chat (@popchatcbc) to discuss Linkin Park's 2000 debut Hybrid Theory. A re-exploration of this album for its 20th anniversary in 2020, and after the death of Chester Bennington in 2017, reveal a long-lasting impact for fans of the band and their relationship with vulnerability and emotional space. Find out more about Linkin Park's influence, Bennington's reaction when the label wanted him to ditch Mike Shinoda and go solo, and the immense success of Hybrid Theory on this week's podcast. Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes, mailbags, show notes and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/columbiahouseparty Follow @ColumbiaHP on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @BlakeMurphyODC and @JGoldsbie. If merch is your thing, be sure to check out the store: http://bit.ly/chpmerch Or reach out to the show and say hey: podcast@columbiahouseparty.com If you enjoyed today's show, please rate Columbia House Party 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts.See you next week for an all new episode of CHP.Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes, mailbags, show notes and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/columbiahouseparty Follow @ColumbiaHP on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @BlakeMurphyODC and @JGoldsbie. If merch is your thing, be sure to check out the store: http://bit.ly/chpmerch Or reach out to the show and say hey: podcast@columbiahouseparty.com If you enjoyed today's show, please rate Columbia House Party 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts.See you next week for an all new episode of CHP.

Have a Word with Adam Rowe & Dan Nightingale
#177 - Have a Word w/Adam & Dan

Have a Word with Adam Rowe & Dan Nightingale

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 130:01


Our December arena show is on sale now! Tickets at: https://sjm.lnk.to/HAWORD UPCOMING SHOW TICKETS @ dannightingale.com & adamrowe.co.uk/shows Dan's new Chester city centre comedy club, The CCC, starts on Saturday 11 June. Checkout the website http://comediansclubchester.com for the rest of the years shows. Thanks so much for listening. Give us a follow on socials @haveawordpod and make sure to subscribe to the podcast on your app and to our channel at: YouTube.com/haveawordpod. Full episodes in video on da'tube. And if you'd like an extra episode of our lids, every week, in video and audio... sign upto our Patreon.com/haveawordpod. From as little as £3 a month you get the weekly exclusive ep. and a load of other perks. Enjoy.

Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
Chester business owner warns Nova Scotias about a new online scam that targets e-transfers

Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 7:26


Amanda and Kyle Gates run a small business on the South Shore called Gates Electrical Limited. They recently discovered an online scam that cost one of their unlucky customers $2,000. Amanda tells Portia what happened, and how the scam involves e-transfers

Now Fear This! with Becky & Merie
Skidmore, Missouri, Part 2: Fifty Shades of Armie Hammer

Now Fear This! with Becky & Merie

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 52:29


Part 2 of the podcast's exploration of the tiny town of Skidmore, MO has your pod-coasts traveling along the dusty trail of a gruesome murder and more than one potential kidnapping, taking a detour through Texas and the Ozarks, yet somehow ending up back in Missouri. Along the way, they address the burning questions you didn't even know you had, like: Is Skidmore really just this nice little community of people who are sitting ducks for out-of-town Chester the Molesters, murderers, and baby snatchers? Is Aaron Rodgers actually the pitcher for a Major League Baseball club (and how could anyone possibly know that!)? Does Becky really offer her ear to Merie as a birthday gift? What are the odds of Merie dreaming about cats nursing orphaned baby squirrels? (Pretty good!) What are the odds of you catching Becky watching a “body horror” movie? (Slim to none!) What are the odds of you finding Merie having sex behind a Dumpster (Less than zero - who has that kind of quad strength?!) What is the thing Merie reveals about herself that horrifies Becky so much she wishes to turn back time to before she heard it? Come for the cuss-shaming. Stay for the machete-wielding phone avenger. 

Timothy Hodge Show
Chester Miller

Timothy Hodge Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 31:00


Reggae Superstar Chester Miller stops by the show  to introduce his new single Loving Feeling

The Chronic Rift Network
Presenting the Transcription Feature: GUNSMOKE & THE KRAFT MUSIC HALL

The Chronic Rift Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 62:01


We start off tonight with another episode of “Gunsmoke.”  Here, a mysterious couple shoot four other strangers in town, sending Marshall Dillon and Chester after them all around the West.   Then, on “The Kraft Music Hall,” Bing Crosby is joined by actor Keenan Wynn for lots of World War II-era laughs and songs. Episodes Gunsmoke March 21, 1953 “Pussy Cats" 1:34 The Kraft Music Hall July 13, 1944 Guest:  Keenan Wynn 31:39

Concord Matters from KFUO Radio
Augsburg Confession Article XXI: Worship of the Saints

Concord Matters from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 61:04


Do Lutherans have regard for the saints? Do saints pray for us? Learn about the role that saints have in the Roman Catholic Church, in the Lutheran Church, and in other Reformed churches. Also, hear about ways in our modern Lutheranism in which we may fall into either the cult of saints or no regard at all for saints, and how we can honor the saints according to Scripture. Rev. Tim Sims, pastor of St. John Lutheran Church & School in Chester, IL joins host Rev. Sean Smith to discuss worship of the saints in Augsburg Confession Article XXI. Find your copy of The Augsburg Confession - Concordia Reader's Edition at cph.org or read online at bookofconcord.org/augsburg-confession.

The Abrams Boxing show
Undefeated bantamweight Dylan Price talks about his Title Fight with Drew Correll

The Abrams Boxing show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 4:06


Undefeated bantamweight Dylan Price (14-0, 10 KOs) talks about his July 16, 2022 fight with Drew Correll for the NBA World title at Elevations Event Center in Chester, PA @dylantherealdylprice @elevations_eventcenter @nbaboxing #Undefeated #Bantamweight #Boxing #PriceCorrell --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marc-abrams7/support

Get Better at Beach Volleyball
Episode #24: AVP Player Shares Beach Volleyball Mistakes: "9 Things I THOUGHT I Was Doing Right But Wasn't"

Get Better at Beach Volleyball

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 61:06


Little things, BIG life lessons! You know beach volleyball can be an intense game. There will be times you feel like you're doing everything right and things just aren't working out. Know what you're doing right and what you should be doing differently to win more games with Coach Mark Burik in today's episode. Get inspired and check this out!

The Abrams Boxing show
Dylan Price vs Drew Correll Press Conference

The Abrams Boxing show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 26:44


Dylan Price and Drew Correll meet the media to announce their July 16th NBA Bantamweight World Title bout that will take place at Elevations Event Center in Chester, PA @dylantherealdylprice @elevations_eventcenter #Boxing #nbaboxing @nbaboxing #PriceCorrell --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marc-abrams7/support

The Kevin & Nikee Show
The Kevin & Nikee Show - Excellence - T.J. Chester - C.E.O. of Black Entertainment LLC, Screenwriter, Author, Producer and Director

The Kevin & Nikee Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 113:05


More Excellence! Today we're revisiting T.J. Chester. T.J. Chester is an American Writer, Author, Director and C.E.O of The New Black Entertainment LLC. Her series Running with Wolves is a three part series that is becoming a TV Series. T.J. is also the author of Wallflower 1 & 2 and Efie. Check out how she got started and her motivation to people looking to become writers.

BAST Training podcast
Ep.64 What Singing Teachers Need to Know About the British Voice Association With President Louise Gibbs

BAST Training podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 40:37


Today Alexa is joined by the President of the British Voice Association, who is also a jazz singer, composer, and educator teaching at Chester, Leeds, and York Universities, Louise Gibbs. Join in the chat from all things from gardening to jazz to improvisation and all you need to know about the British Voice Association.    KEY TAKEAWAYS Louise has always had the instinct as a musician to create rather than reproduce. After she had her first piano lesson, Louise went home and created her own compositions, then when she played them for her teacher in the second lesson she was told never to do it again and to follow the sheet music. That's when she knew that classical might not be for her.  We need to remember that most music just existed in people's imagination and in the oral tradition before it was ever written down.  A jazz singer is someone who treats a piece of music as a form which they improvise with, it's a more compositional approach. Whereas a jazz stylist will take the features of that music and reproduce them, with that you often get the same result every time.  Every time you alter something, you're adding some form of improvisation.  The British Voice Association (BVA) is the 'voice for voice' in the UK, an association of multi-disciplinary professionals who work to promote the field of voice in its broadest sense. Their remit is the encouragement of a healthy voice, vocal skills and communication in such areas as the performing arts, business and industry, medicine and education.   BEST MOMENTS   ‘I was always taken by the rhythm'  ‘Jazz is the ability to make something new every time and be creative with that' ‘The idea of not knowing what you're going all the time can put a lot of fear into people'  ‘You have to be able to embody rhythm and if you're not familiar with it, it's very tricky to do'   EPISODE RESOURCES  BAST Training    Guest Website: louisegibbs.co.uk britishvoiceassociation.org.uk   Relevant Links & Mentions:  Jazz Artists Mentioned: Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Mahalia Jackson, Miles Davis iSing Magazine - Vocal Style: A beginners guide to singing jazz by Louise Gibbs: https://www.isingmag.com/vocal-style-a-beginners-guide-to-singing-jazz/ BVA Event: Breakthroughs & Boundaries Forum (Sunday 17th July 2022)  Louise Gibbs' Email: louise@jazzmine.co.uk ABOUT THE GUEST  Louise Gibbs is a jazz singer, composer and educator, and graduate in both music and education from Columbia University, New York. She is Visiting Professor at the University of Chester, and teaches jazz and popular voice and musicianship for the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield, and York. She has held academic and teaching positions at Leeds College of Music (Course Leader for the Postgraduate Programme and the Jazz Programmes), Goldsmiths, University of London, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and Royal College of Music, and given workshops for major conservatoires and international institutions in the US and New Zealand. She maintains active research and writing interests in voice, improvisation, education and musical aesthetics. Louise is currently President of the multidisciplinary British Voice Association.  Louise continues to perform her own music, and the jazz repertory. Described in Jazzwise as “meeting all musical challenges with creativity and charisma” she has recorded with top UK and US artists and has five acclaimed albums as leader. Her performance of self-penned song suite, Seven Deadly Sings for voice and septet earned a 4-star review: “Both in its conception and execution, …is an unqualified triumph”.  Louise is a keen gardener, allotment-holder, and sourdough bread baker.    ABOUT THE PODCAST BAST Training is here to help singers gain the knowledge, skills and understanding required to be a great singing teacher. We can help you whether you are getting started or just have some knowledge gaps to fill through our courses and educational events. Website: basttraining.com Get updates to your inbox: Click here for updates from BAST Training Link to presenter's bios: basttraining.com/singing-teachers-talk-podcast-bios See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Your Business Your Life
55. Repairing the Repair Process with Tom Bemiller

Your Business Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 36:18


Most people say there's so much in the collision repair industry that's broken. There's the issue of insurance companies demanding to use after-market parts to reduce repair costs without considering how it would affect the consumer's safety. There are also concerns about the low enrollment rates at vo-tech schools causing a shortage of technicians coming in. Unfortunately, the collision repair business has become a crappy business to work in. And as a result, the customer experience also suffers. This is what Tom Bemiller observed as he got into the industry. Then he remembered a quote saying happy employees make happy customers. He thought if there was a way to create a better environment for the people working at the shops and improve the experience of fixing cars, then that will translate to a better experience for the customers. Join Matt DiFrancesco and Tom Bemiller, Founder, and CEO of The Aureus Group, as they talk about why Tom thinks that the industry severely lacks leadership, what the five core values of his company are, and why he wants to be a catalyst for change in the industry. Tom talks about: (02:20) How he started his career in the collision industry (08:17) What “repairing the repair process” means (11:10) One of the biggest problems in the collision industry (11:39) The importance of investing in personal development (14:47) The culture you need to create to become the best company to work for (18:14) The number one complaint they get from customers (20:11) The Aureus Group's five core values (25:10) What it means to love what you do (30:27) The challenges of being a leader (31:33) Tom's goals for the future Connect with Tom Bemiller Website: www.theaureusgroup.com Email: tbemiller@theaureusgroup.com (610) 256-1956 Connect With Matt DiFrancesco: matt@highliftfin.com (814)201-5855 LinkedIn: Matt DiFrancesco LinkedIn: High Lift Financial Facebook: High Lift Financial About Our Guest: Tom Bemiller doesn't consider himself a car guy. He's not particularly passionate about cars, he's never fixed cars, and in fact, he doesn't even own a car - he drives a rental. He got into the auto repair industry by accident. At 14, he went looking for a summer job that is near his house and the only one that was willing to hire him was a body shop. He started sweeping floors until eventually, he realized that it was a pretty decent place to work in. He ended up spending a couple more summers and Christmas breaks working for that body shop. After he graduated from college, he decided to work in the body shop again just until he could figure out what he wanted to do next in his life. While there, he got involved in a car accident. That's when the body shop owner asked him to take the car to all their competitors to see what the experience was like. The project exposed him to the side of the industry he's never seen before. He just couldn't believe how terrible the places and the service would be. This sparked his passion to fix things that need to be fixed in the industry. Today, Tom Bemiller is the Founder and CEO of The Aureus Group, which serves as the management company for auto body shops located in Chester, Montgomery, and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania.

Chuck Shute Podcast
Sean Dowdell (Grey Daze)

Chuck Shute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 68:44


Sean Dowdell is a musician, author and businessman. He is the drummer for Grey Daze, which features the late Chester Bennington on vocals. There is a new album out on July 1st called “The Phoenix”, which also features Dave Navarro and Filter's Richard Patrick.  We discuss the new music plus mental health, business, politics, the entitlement culture and so much more! Fascinating conversation with Sean!0:00:00 - Intro0:00:53 - New Grey Daze Album 0:02:55 - Evolution of the Music 0:06:35 - Chester Bennington & Emotion0:07:37 - How to Listen & TV/Movie Placement 0:11:40 - Streaming & Listens 0:14:30 - Lyrics & Pearl Jam Influence 0:17:40 - STP Album with Chester 0:18:36 - KISS, Guns n Roses & Band Dynamics 0:23:55 - Pearl Jame, Prince, RHCP & Soundgarden 0:28:05 - Motley Crue & Soundtrack to Your Life 0:29:44 - Chester Bennington & Something Not Right 0:35:25 - Stigma of Mental Health & Society Downward Spiral 0:38:40 - Opportunity in America & Entitlement Culture 0:41:55 - Transgender Athletes & Helping People 0:44:30 - Innovation, Competition, & College 0:49:30 - Politicians & Loyalty to Political Party 0:53:10 - Club Tattoo, Waterface & Continuing Music 0:57:20 - Touring with Grey Daze,  Hologram & Guests0:59:45 - Pete Loran from Trixter 1:02:05 - Antidepressants 1:06:20 - New Leaf Foundation 1:07:32 - Outro Grey Daze website:https://www.greydazemusic.comNew Leaf Foundation website:https://www.turnanewleaf.orgChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.comSupport the show

Have a Word with Adam Rowe & Dan Nightingale
#176 with Jamie Hutchinson - Have a Word w/Adam & Dan

Have a Word with Adam Rowe & Dan Nightingale

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 135:49


Our December arena show is on sale now! Tickets at: https://sjm.lnk.to/HAWORD UPCOMING SHOW TICKETS @ dannightingale.com & adamrowe.co.uk/shows Dan's new Chester city centre comedy club, The CCC, starts on Saturday 11 June. Checkout the website http://comediansclubchester.com for the rest of the years shows. Thanks so much for listening. Give us a follow on socials @haveawordpod and make sure to subscribe to the podcast on your app and to our channel at: YouTube.com/haveawordpod. Full episodes in video on da'tube. And if you'd like an extra episode of our lids, every week, in video and audio... sign upto our Patreon.com/haveawordpod. From as little as £3 a month you get the weekly exclusive ep. and a load of other perks. Enjoy.

My Alien Life
Adam Chester is in the Studio - Adam is Elton John, Sometimes. Elton John's Rehearsal Stand-In!

My Alien Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 60:52


Adam Chester is in the Studio. Adam sits in for Sir Elton John at the piano and vocals with Elton's band for their rehearsals.   A Place For My Stuff - Yes I have/had another podcast.  A couple of podcasts actually.  With the rising price of everything, I opted not to pay to have Inside the Guest Studio available forever.     I have this convenient landing spot called My Alien Life Podcast which WILL remain forever - thus, this is part of my life, as will be the episodes of Inside the Guest Studio.  A podcast that is graced by some unique and very talented people that live slightly off the grid.   Enjoy   Cameron

More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice
Episode 349: WWDC22 - Regex for the Rest of Us

More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 155:19


This week we cover the WWDC 2022 Keynote and Platform State of the Union. We're joined by Friend of the Show Joe Cieplinski. We fact check Sir Adam Beck and Steve Westgarth. We discuss Awesome lists and a calculator on the Lock Screen. We get into the new HIG, WWDC Keynote, iOS 16, Apple Watch and watchOS 9, Mac hardware and M2, macOS Ventura, iPadOS 16, Platforms State of the Union, Xcode Cloud, Swift, SwiftUI, System Experience, MapKit, WeatherKit, Live Text API and Data Scanner API. Picks: WWDC Community links updated for 2022, return of the UK iOS conferences, iOS Dev UK and Codemobile UK, Hello Swift Charts Special Guest: Joe Cieplinski.

Money Box
The people using pawnbrokers to pay for food and fuel

Money Box

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 25:40


The National Pawnbrokers Association tells Money Box it will hold talks with the Financial Conduct Authority next week. That follows a report which shows people on low incomes are pawning goods to pay for food and fuel. As the cost of living crisis hits more households, pawnbrokers say they're becoming a more important source of credit. Critics argue that pawnbrokers charge annual interest rates of 120% and undervalue people's possessions whilst supporters say they're a vital source of finance for people on low incomes who can't get loans from banks. We'll discuss this - and hear from people in Chester selling things like phones and laptops in order to keep afloat financially. New analysis of Land Registry figures suggests house prices have gone up by 11 percent since before the pandemic. But the data, which compares average prices of properties sold in December 2019 with those in December 2021 shows that not all homes are equal. Prices of terrace houses rose by 13% but prices for flats dropped by the same amount. Semi detached and detached houses rose the most. Up by 20% and 26% respectively. We'll discuss that with property and mortgage experts. We'll hear how some young people are facing months of delays trying to access money from their Child Trust Funds. And the new rules on claiming tax relief for working from home. Presenter: Paul Lewis Reporter: Dan Whitworth Researcher: Sandra Hardial Editor: Jess Quayle (First broadcast 12pm on Saturday 14th May, 2022)

Racing Post
York, Sandown and Chester | ITV Racing Tips | Racing Postcast with BoyleSports

Racing Post

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 39:16


Bruce Millington is joined by Richard Birch and David Jennings from the Racing Post along with Leon Blanche from BoyleSports to preview this weekend's racing. The panel preview action from York, Sandown and Chester for what looks a competitive weekend of racing. Bruce and the team also look at some of the racing action elsewhere, before giving us their best bet for the weekend and a NAP for Royal Ascot The Postcast will be back on Monday with a preview of the first 3 days of Royal Ascot and on Thursday Bruce will be back previewing the final 2 days of the Royal Meeting. 25% off your first year of Members' Club. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/3aIAxsX 18+ #BeGambleAware

Scarlet Velocity: A Flash Podcast
Scarlet Velocity #817: Keep It Dark

Scarlet Velocity: A Flash Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 60:35


"Keep it Dark" if you don't want people to know who you are. Lydia, her source from an old news story, wants to skip town because her old gang, the Arañas, is trying to recruit her to come back. Fearing for her life, she asks for Allegra's help. But Allegra wants to use Lydia to expose the dangerous gang, now being led by Sunshine and Dr. Light. But before they can break the story, both women, Chester, and Citizen reporters get trapped in the office with no hope of escape unless Allegra reveals her meta powers. Meanwhile Flash tries to track down a new speedster in town by asking an imprisoned Eobard Thawne some questions. Jay and Josh hide from the power company by turning off all the lights on this week's episode of Scarlet Velocity: A Flash Podcast!

Matchbook Betting Podcast
Racing: Best Bets From York, Sandown & Chester

Matchbook Betting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 43:14


The trio of Tom Stanley, Adele Mulrennan and Steve Jones take you through the ITV Saturday card from York, Sandown and Chester. Eight races in total. Time Stamps: 1.45 Sandown - Trafalgar Square Handicap 1m1f (03:20), 2.00 York - Queen Mother's Cup Handicap 1m4f (08:20), 2.15 Sandown - Claremont Handicap 1m (14:00), 2.35 JCB Handicap 7f (18:53), 2.50 Sandown - Scurry Stakes 5f (23:00), 3.05 York - Race To The Ebor Grand Cup Stakes 1m6f (26:05), 3.20 Chester - 7f Handicap (30:15), 3.40 York - Pavers Foundation Catherine Memorial Sprint Handicap 6f (34:20), Best Bets (40:41).

Habit Based Lifestyle
EP498 Habit of Memory with Chester Santos

Habit Based Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 52:23


Today I'm joined on the show by the incredible Chester Santos.  Chester is a U.S. Memory Champion, an author, and so much more.  In today's episode, we dive into techniques and tricks to help master and retain information.  Chester explains why memory skills make you look like an expert in your field, setting yourself apart from other professionals.  Find out how a simple visualization technique can help you cement names, words, and phrases in your memory.  If you'd like to learn more about Chester and connect with him, visit his website at https://www.chestersantos.com -- Are you looking to connect with a group of like-minded habit hacking people? Join my private Facebook group along with 100's of others in my habit-based lifestyle secrets page https://www.Facebook.com/groups/307809586529906/ where I'll be dropping daily habits, tips, and tricks every single week.   Want additional information on our programs and other ways to get involved, check out my website http://jesseewell.com/ or www.Habitbasedlifestyle.com

Get Better at Beach Volleyball
Episode # 23: Billy Allen - Volleyball Player, Author... Comedian?

Get Better at Beach Volleyball

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 58:44


It's hilarious!!! Get your laughs and get in shape at the same time...it's never been easier. JOIN US with Billy Allen and Coach Mark Burik in today's episode. Learn how to be a star both on and off the sand!

The Drive with Lon Tay & Derek Piper
06/08/22 Full Show: Chester Frazier Audio from Tailgate Tour; James Haring Joins the Show!

The Drive with Lon Tay & Derek Piper

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 52:48


Lon and Derek hear audio from Chester Frazier at the Illini Tailgate Tour in Rockford, and are joined by Radford assistant coach and former Illinois DOBO James Haring!

The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast
107: The Unstukk Consultant + CEO of Black Beetle Health with Harvey Kennedy-Pitt, MPH, PGCE, FRSPH

The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 110:11


In episode 107, Harvey Kennedy-Pitt, MPH, PGCE, FRSPH is the CEO | Health Education & Promotion Specialist at Black Beetle Health while also working as a Population Health Project Manager at Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership. Harvey also recently started the Unstukk Consultancy while also being a Doctor of Public Health Candidate at University of Chester. Harvey is a highly skilled public health professional with experience spanning research, academia, education, direct patient care, operational management, and community health coaching, with published research in the area of Sexual Health, HIV and Behavior Modification. He got his bachelors of science honors in biology at Oakwood University. He then got his Master of Public Health at Sahmyook University. He has gotten a Postgraduate Certificate of Education at St Mary's University, Twikenham as well as a Fellow for Royal Society for Public Health.Harvey Kennedy-Pitt, MPH, PHCE, FRSPH on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harkenn1/Omari on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thephmillennial Omari on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omari-richinsWebsite: https://www.thephmillennial.comShownotes: https://thephmillennial.com/episode106All ways to support The Public Health Millennial: https://thephmillennial.com/support/Support The Public Health Millennial: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thePHmillennialShop at The Public Health Millennial Store for discount: https://thephmillennial.com/shop/Email List: https://thephmillennial.com/signup/Support the show

Pursuit of the Paranormal
Ep 79 - The Global Enlightenment Project and the Galactic Federation with Dr Christopher Macklin

Pursuit of the Paranormal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 61:47


In this episode we talk to Dr Christopher Macklin about The Global Enlightenment Project and the Galactic Federation. His work with the Galactic Federation has lead him to chair a meeting on the removal of the Greys from Earth. Born as a highly aware psychic child in Chester, England, Christopher Macklin was often visited by negative ETs as a young child in his room at night. His screams brought his parents to his side, but not believing him, they felt that Christopher was only experiencing nightmares. He was able to perceive energy fields, spirit activity and multi-dimensional phenomena from a very young age. This left young Christopher to learn early on how to deal with the presence of negative ETs in his life. He began to use his psychic abilities and the power inherent in his Melchizedek Soul to understand why they were visiting him, how to remove them from the planet and how to heal the manipulations and violations that he eventually understood they were inflicting on an unsuspecting humanity. These early experiences would form the basis of Christopher's life work. Christopher specializes in healing abductees and others who have suffered related negative ET trauma. He assists people in removing negative ET presences from their lives, clearing homes and land, and closing multidimensional portals. He also works tirelessly with “illuminati fall out children” who have been mind-controlled and physically tortured by ET influenced governmental agencies and institutions. In addition, he works very closely with the Pleiadians and Arcturians to help heal and rebalance humanity. His new book History, Truth and Healing addresses the negative ET presence and how it has affected humanity. Christopher treats Emotional Disorders, including Addictions, Chronic Depression, Schizophrenia and Bi-Polar Disorder. The whole person, and their whole life are treated, therefore relationships of families and loved ones can also be repaired and restored. As an author, his book include:History, Truth & Healing: Manufactured Diseases: HIV/AIDS, Agent Orange, Gulf War Syndrome, Morgellons and Lyme Disease and Centering the Mind: Healing of Chronic Stress, Anxiety, Depression, ADD, OCD & PTSD in Children, Adolescents and Adults Today Christopher serves an international client base, helping thousands of people rebalance and heal from various physical, mental and emotional issues. His client's testimonials serve as ample proof in understanding the life changing experiences he is able to facilitate. At www.globalenlightenmentproject.com you can learn more about ETs: the good and the bad, Manufactured Diseases, Remote Viewing, The Galactic Federation, How to Connect with your Galactic Family, Mind Control and many resources for Enlightenment, as well as several other great books. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Support the show from just £1 at www.buymeacoffee.com/paranormalpod Share your story or contact us to say Hi! at podcast@pursuitoftheparanormal.co.uk Check out our brand new Merch Store at https://linktr.ee/pursuitoftheparanormal --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pursuitoftheparanormal/message

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Creatively Structuring Deals to Build a Lifestyle Business

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 19:17


How are you fighting burnout as a real estate investor?   To Joel Florek, it's about letting out his creative side.    Joel is a multifamily and RV resort investor with $18 million in assets under management. He started out buying properties fresh out of college and then continued to grow his multifamily portfolio by doing creative seller finance deals. Joel has been successful in scaling his businesses by finding value in small towns and diversifying his portfolio. His team also operates a professional outdoor hospitality campground, which serves as his “professional distraction” from their multifamily investments and gets his creative juices flowing.     [00:01 - 14:35] Big Success in Small Towns Joel shares buying his first property and house hacking He wasn't able to find investors but he found creative ways to fund deals Building trusts with lenders and eventually getting financed Finding a niche in small towns Joel talks about cap rates as a small town investor There are always opportunities for value-add Giving your investors a defined time horizon on their investment   [14:36 - 18:30]  Creativity is Key Why Joel got into the outdoor campground business The possibilities for value add are infinite in the space   [18:31 - 20:54] Closing Segment Reach out to Joel!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “You really got to know your markets and you can find these amazing diamonds in the rough.” - Joel Florek   “I want to make sure that I still love and enjoy all the benefits that come along with multifamily for the long term. I think a great way to do that is to have a professional distraction that can pull me away and let me just get some of those creative juices out in another manner.” - Joel Florek -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Joel! Send him a message on  Facebook or at 9064588356. 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:   [00:00:00] Joel Florek: The way that we structured the contract, the syndication, is that the general partners would have the right to buy out the limited partner shares via an 18% IRR after a 36-month period. And the reason why we did that is, you know, typically investors want to see a defined time horizon on what their investment is going to look like. [00:00:36] Sam Wilson: Joel Florek is a multifamily and RV resort investor with $18 million in assets under management. The portfolio of properties is based in Indiana and Michigan. Joel, welcome to the show.  [00:00:47] Joel Florek: Hey, thank you so much for having me, happy to be here today.  [00:00:50] Sam Wilson: Pleasure's mine. Three questions I ask every guest who comes to the show, in 90 seconds or less: where did you start? Where are you now? How did you get there?  [00:00:57] Joel Florek: Started with a little four-unit building fresh out of college. My parents helped me with the down payment, got the bank to finance the rest. And I, I house hacked it, lived in one unit, rented out the others. As you said, now, just about 150 units, you know, 200 site campground in the mix, family, kids, living the dream. Couldn't be happier. [00:01:18] Sam Wilson: So you got out of college and you bought a four-unit property, and then you just kept going with real estate. Was that the plan all along?  [00:01:26] Joel Florek: I knew as I was ending my college career, that for me, financial independence was the priority. The means that which I achieved that, but I wasn't really sure how things were going to shake out. [00:01:40] Joel Florek: I knew multifamily was going to be a part of it. And that four-unit was the first step. I had a corporate job as a program manager. So had my day job, you know, picked up that property and it just so happened. I was able to work out a number of creatively finance deals to be able to grow that portfolio pretty quick, a 16 unit with just $5,000 down, bought a three-year unit on a credit card. [00:02:07] Joel Florek: And so, did a number of fun things and other seller finance, low money down deal to pick up an eight-unit. You know, it was over a period of three years, those deals, but this first 31 units where, you know, however, the heck I could figure out how to put the deal together and buy it. That's how I did it. [00:02:27] Joel Florek: I tried finding some investors. No one really wanted to give me the time of day or trust me with their money that early, but I just said, you know, screw it. I'll figure it out and make it work. And I did. And things got a little bit easier, but there's still challenges and challenges that you face every day. [00:02:47] Sam Wilson: How did you know or what gave you the confidence to figure out how to do those really creative seller finance deals? I mean, that's typically not something you're like, oh, okay. I got a four-unit. Now I'm going to go out and buy a 16-unit property. I'm gonna negotiate it to a point where the seller is willing to take five grand and trust me to get it done. I mean, that's something like a needle in a haystack for most people. How'd you, how'd you do that?  [00:03:08] Joel Florek: Yeah. Yeah. You know, I tried every other way to buy it. It was a question I asked right away, you know, would you guys be willing to keep any money on the table as a seller second position, or what have you? I got a degree in finance. [00:03:23] Joel Florek: I mean, I don't want to say I was, you know, some financial genius, what have you, but I was familiar with lending and the process and some of the avenues, and of course, getting on, do some Google research and being on BiggerPockets early in, you know, in my career, you see a lot of that stuff. So I asked some of those questions, but ultimately, we built trust over a period of months in that particular deal, that 16 unit. And through that trust that I built with the sellers, they actually came back to me with the proposal after I exhausted every other opportunity that I could, you know, try to put together. And they said, Hey, you know, we like you. We think we can get this done if we keep a little money on the table. And again, originally they said no to that, but they came back, gave me the proposal. And I said, you know, let me call my bank. Let's talk stock in a few days. [00:04:14] Sam Wilson: Right, yeah. For five grand down. That sounds, that sounds like a sweetheart deal assuming that the place was, you know, partially habitable.  [00:04:22] Sam Wilson: Oh, it was beautiful. It was 16 units on the water. Everyone had a deck porch overlooking, you know, all two-bedroom, you know, 1100, 1200 square foot units, carports. It was great. Small town though. And that's been kind of, my niche is I have been in smaller towns and that has allowed me to kind of grow. [00:04:44] Sam Wilson: Now. I've been a little more competitive of, of an area I'm in, you know, larger Chicago, MSA, but still. I'm playing in Chesterton, Indiana. I'm playing in Southwest, Michigan, Three Oaks where I have, you know, it's a 40 unit apartment complex that we bought. And the only other multifamily is a two, three units in the entire town. [00:05:06] Sam Wilson: It's a tiny town, 3000, 4000 people, but it's down the road from a major vacation destination, New Buffalo, and you know, you're still a short shot, St. Joseph with Whirlpool headquarters. And so I play in these smaller markets. Niles is a town of, you know, 20, 30,000. That's the next exit up from south bend where Notre Dame is. [00:05:28] Sam Wilson: But again, smaller MSA, smaller town, lot less investors out clamoring for these deals. So, gives me a shot to get in and be able to, to build a portfolio.  [00:05:40] Sam Wilson: Yeah. That's really a compelling thesis, especially, I mean, it's all within striking distance from where you live currently, is that right? [00:05:49] Joel Florek: Originally, no. The first portfolio that I built up was all an iron mountain. So I built that 23 units in Iron Mountain, Michigan, which now is like 500 miles from me. But that's where I was out of college. I lived in the town, bought the units and that town eventually chased my wife down here to where she's from. [00:06:09] Joel Florek: And we're managing those units in-house, 500 miles away for years, went really well. Sold off that portfolio last year, did a lot of trading last year. But now yes, all our portfolio is, you know, more or less within our area that I have a management team, takes care of the day-to-day campgrounds like four and a half hours away so we're kind of back in that boat again.  [00:06:33] Sam Wilson: And that, that sounds like sorta what you'd have to do, I would think, you know, if you're buying 16 unit properties, things like that in various small towns, like one, you're going to have to know the small towns, I would think. And two, it needs to be within striking distance probably of where you live. [00:06:50] Sam Wilson: This isn't the, Hey, we're buying 400 units in Orlando. We can manage it from Cincinnati pipe a by it's.  [00:06:57] Joel Florek: Correct, correct. And, and even so, you know, I've had so many other deals have been brought to me where if they were closer to my portfolio, I'd say, yeah, absolutely. But it's an hour in the wrong direction yet from where my stuff is. [00:07:13] Joel Florek: So it's like, yeah, that would have been a great 20 units to pick up, but it's just a little too far to put onto my team for management. So it won't work for us. So yeah, you're certainly spot on, but my last purchase was a 44 unit. We just closed last month. [00:07:31] Joel Florek: Last August closed on 48 units, closed on a 40 unit December before that. So right now we're kind of playing in that 50 unit range is, is where we're finding that can be competitive going out in the marketplace that I'm still seeing the cash flow and the returns that are attractive enough.  [00:07:54] Sam Wilson: Tell me on the cap rate basis. Where are these units falling for you as a small, I'm using your term, small-town investor, like what do you see on a cap rate basis for a 50 unit and under multifamily property?  [00:08:05] Joel Florek: It's a loaded question. It's a loaded question. So, I love these conversations because, you know, it obviously would be super easy if we could just be like, oh yeah, this is what the cap rate is, like super easy. But you know, of course, it depends what class of asset we're talking about. [00:08:25] Joel Florek: The 44 unit that we just closed, you know, this is over in Chester, Indiana. It's a small town but it's very much a part of the Chicago, Northwest Indiana, MSA. That's definitely more of a dense Metro area or suburban. But, you know, I'll use like my 48 unit that I closed over Niles as an example of the 40 unit. [00:08:46] Joel Florek: Both of those we purchased at probably like high five low six cap, depending on the, how you would underwrite. But in both cases, there were very clear opportunities for value-add. The 48 unit, for example, our units are $250 a unit under market rate in as is condition.  [00:09:09] Sam Wilson: Wow.  [00:09:10] Joel Florek: So the challenge that you have in many of these markets though, is there are very few comps for you to simply go out and be like, oh yeah, that's what the market is for these units. It's like, you know, like, yeah, there's this other complex, but those units are kind of junk, but they're getting that? Like, I think we could probably do better. So again, you really got to know your markets and you can find these amazing diamonds in the rough where it's like, wow, this thing's killer. [00:09:39] Sam Wilson: Right? Right. That is a challenge. Something I wouldn't have thought about. What are you comping this up against, especially if you're the only, what'd you say, you bought a property and you were the only property in town outside of a triplex or two triplex. [00:09:50] Joel Florek: Yeah, Three Oaks. Exactly. So you're not drawing comps necessarily from that town. What you're doing is you're looking at all the little towns within a 20-minute drive and trying to say, where are all of those little towns at? And is there any reason why this little town wouldn't be the same because, you know, people commute from one town to the next, to the next. So, you know, they live in our particular community because it's got this adorable little downtown and bus stop happens to be, you know, right at the property. You go to a great school district in the next town over.  [00:10:28] Sam Wilson: That's awesome. Tell me about financing these deals. Are you the majority owner in them? Do you have, have you been able to build this portfolio on your own? What's that look like?  [00:10:37] Joel Florek: Yeah, so like the 48 unit, that was a purchase that I did on my own, the 40 unit. Recently a 44 unit purchase, as well as a 15 unit townhome portfolio that we bought. Those were all syndicated deals. In each of those cases, I would be the largest owner in any of those deals. In all cases have been financing through larger regional or community. Banks that have an emphasis on lending in commercial real estate, particularly a, you know, strong multifamily arm. So, I've got a shortlist of a half dozen different lenders that I know are competitive in the area and have the benefit of being, you know, right near Chicago. They get, we talk about small towns, but again, I'm just over an hour. Downtown loop Chicago. So we have a huge number of lenders available that play all day in the Chicago MSA. [00:11:37] Joel Florek: And you can convince those lenders to stretch out if you build a relationship. So they might take a little risk on one deal. And if we have a good, you know, good relationship, they'll expand that beyond their normal footprint on a client by client basis.  [00:11:53] Sam Wilson: Got it. Tell me about this 15 unit. We talked about this a little bit. It was kind of a unique financing where you did a buyout, I think, of your investors or something. [00:12:03] Joel Florek: We're right in the process of executing the exit for our investors. Just about three years ago, back in 2019. I purchase this 15-unit townhome portfolio in Chesterton, Indiana. [00:12:14] Joel Florek: And the deal's been great. We've exceeded every metric along the way. Our investors have been getting about 10% cash on cash returns over the last year. You know, they get their monthly distribution and it's been everything that we expected it to be and more. Operationally, the way that we structured the contract, the syndication is that the general partners would have the right to buy out the limited partner shares via an 18% IRR after a 36-month period. And the reason why we did that is, you know, typically investors want to see a defined time horizon on what their investment is going to look. Right. That's why you typically hear 3, 5, 7-year time horizon for syndications. Well, we're really sure. [00:13:05] Joel Florek: I mean, it's this awesome portfolio and I'd love to hang on to these things potentially long-term. So from that standpoint, why kill the golden goose? I looked at it back in 2019. I said, well, I don't know what the world is gonna look like three years from now. And you know, I do know though that there's a good chance that I may just want to keep hanging onto these things for as long as I own properties in this area, it fits that definition of that like upper-class B class, a very insulated, like it's going to be super hard to near impossible for someone to build something new and compete with me. So, so yeah, so we structured this, so investors have a defined time horizon on their investment. They also have an expectation, you know, that the buyout is based on an IRR, which makes it really clear how we're going to define what their shares are valued at come to exit, and then we can just have a really clean refinanced, buy out the investors. And, you know, I'll be able to hang onto this deal for as long as we have it. [00:14:10] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. You can buy out the investors you know, via refinance. Are you putting any cash into the deal as well when you buy them out in order to make it hit that 18 IRR or has it just worked out such that, you know, you're able to do this with a refinance and plus the cash flows and they hit their number? [00:14:26] Joel Florek: In this particular deal, we'll have no problem with the refinance.  [00:14:30] Sam Wilson: Got it. Got it.  [00:14:31] Joel Florek: Yeah, there, there won't be any issues whatsoever.  [00:14:34] Sam Wilson: Cool. Tell me about the RV outdoor hospitality campground. What's that look like and why the, why the left turn into that?  [00:14:42] Joel Florek: You know, part of it is just want to get a different challenge. I feel like apartments, you know, it's kinda the same thing over and over and over again. It's the exact same business plan, more or less the same problems that you ended up dealing with over and over and over again. And one of the things I was concerned about was burnout. I didn't want to get burned out of multifamily and then make some rash decision to say, you know, throw my hands up. I'm out of this game.  [00:15:11] Joel Florek: I want to make sure that I still love and enjoy all the benefits that come along with multifamily for the long term. And knowing my own personality, I think a great way to do that is to have a professional distraction that can pull me away and let me just get some of those creative juices out in another manner.  [00:15:32] Joel Florek: Beyond that, there are, you know, there's a whole list of reasons. Number one, cash flow is generally much stronger. You're buying at eight to 12 caps in that space and I'm getting the same financing on those properties as I can multifamily. So right there, you know that yeah, cash flow is going to be much stronger. The number of levers that you can pull when it comes to adding value to those properties is infinitely larger. Kind of a cool thing, there was an old airstream that was for sale on the highway. And we said, screw it, let's buy that thing. So we, we did that on a whim, bought that the other month because one of the things we want to do is park models. [00:16:12] Joel Florek: So I don't have to get any approvals from any agencies to renovate this airstream, put it on my property and rent it out as like an Airbnb. So what we're going to end up doing, our idea, our vision, as we'd like to get five, six airstreams and do like a little airstream village on the property, string lights through the trees. [00:16:32] Joel Florek: So that's one of those, like I say, just kind of creative, fun things that we get to do in this space. My wife wanted to kind of get involved in business. She has no desire to get involved in multifamily, but the campground thing was really appealing to her. You're really doing short-term rentals and this and that, but we wanted something that was scalable and larger than just going and buying one vacation rental. [00:16:56] Joel Florek: So this fit the mold. We have a team of six employees who are on-site who take care of all the day-to-day operations for us. And I was able to hire and bring onto the team some of my family members as well to help us in certain capacities. So, it's become this family business for us and we're just in the beginning of it. [00:17:17] Joel Florek: Pretty cool thing, you know, like I say, it's yeah, yeah. It's pretty fun. And like I say, from a cash flow standpoint, stronger cash flow, more opportunities to add value. Again, still a very scalable business. You'll get, you know, one of the largest multifamily owners in the country, Sam Zell, while he also is in mobile home parks. [00:17:40] Joel Florek: And he's also the largest owner of RV parks around the country. So, there's a reason why he plays in those sandboxes because, you know, they're, they're very, very interesting and lucrative financial investments within the real estate space.  [00:17:56] Sam Wilson: I love it. I love it. Joel, thank you for taking the time to share with us kind of your story of how you've grown your portfolio, how you found value and found out ways to add value, especially buying in small towns and just that, that unique strategy. [00:18:09] Sam Wilson: I think that's the cool thing about real estate is there's just, there's no end to really the unique ways that people have figured out, Hey, this, this is the way it works both for your personality and for your you know, for your own checkbook. It's like, okay, this works for my life and for how we want to do things. [00:18:24] Sam Wilson: And then of course I love the campground. What'd you call it a professional distraction. So that's absolutely awesome. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that.  [00:18:36] Joel Florek: Yeah, feel free to give me a call 9 0 6 4 5 8 8 3 5 6. Find me on Facebook, would love to chat more. [00:18:43] Sam Wilson: Awesome. Joel, thank you for your time today. We'll certainly include all of that information as well in the show notes, have a great rest of your day.  [00:18:49] Joel Florek: Awesome. Hey, thank you very much for having me.   

Have a Word with Adam Rowe & Dan Nightingale
#175 with Romesh Ranganathan - Have a Word w/Adam & Dan

Have a Word with Adam Rowe & Dan Nightingale

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 157:25


Our December arena show is on sale now! Tickets at: https://sjm.lnk.to/HAWORD UPCOMING SHOW TICKETS @ dannightingale.com & adamrowe.co.uk/shows Dan's new Chester city centre comedy club, The CCC, starts on Saturday 11 June. Checkout the website http://comediansclubchester.com for the rest of the years shows. Thanks so much for listening. Give us a follow on socials @haveawordpod and make sure to subscribe to the podcast on your app and to our channel at: YouTube.com/haveawordpod. Full episodes in video on da'tube. And if you'd like an extra episode of our lids, every week, in video and audio... sign upto our Patreon.com/haveawordpod. From as little as £3 a month you get the weekly exclusive ep. and a load of other perks. Enjoy.

Which Murderer?
S4 EPISODE 51: City Murders

Which Murderer?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 42:15


In Season 4 Episode 51, the penultimate Season 4 episode, the girls talk about City Murders following on from last week's Countryside Murder theme. Chester, UK and New York, USA! Holly starts us off with the insane story of Sadie Catherine Cook before Mel tells you about the famous case of Kitty Genovese.Shoutouts for Cheryl and Bailey!The girls are recording in Mel's bedroom which Holly finds creepy, Holly is dreading Mel's driving on the way to the HEN WEEKEND, the girls determine they need to put in effort to be rich which is too much effort, Sqwitzerland is a popular ski destination and Mel is getting marriaged now that Dave has engaged her. Production, recording and post production completed by Holly who was abandoned by Consulting Producer Craig in favour of dusting his toenail collection when she demanded editing services. Holly edited this week. All complaints should be sent directly to Mel while Consulting Producer Craig sneezes into his toenails. www.whichmurderer.comWARNING - Explicit language, content and themes (plus whatever else will cover us legally). All opinions stated are our own and case information was gathered from legitimate sources within the public realm. Pre-recorded in Scotland

Driven By with Sam Coates
Big Ideas, Big Challenges, and Making Them Happen with Tim Belk

Driven By with Sam Coates

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 52:42


My guest today is Tim Belk. Tim, his wife Sarah, and his children operate Wild Hope Farm out of Chester, South Carolina. This is a fantastic episode about leveraging your skill sets to make a true family affair. As Tim says, while being CEO of Belk, he and his wife Sarah were like two ships passing in the night. This organic farm allowed them to do something together and leverage her idea of becoming an organic farmer and his experience as a retail operator and CEO.After the Belk Family sold their department store with close to 300 locations and 25,000 employees that had been in their family since 1888, Wild Hope Farm was started.The organic food market is robust, and as you've heard in previous episodes of this podcast, farming isn't easy.This is an excellent episode with Tim where you will hear: ‍ How to assess a market, start a farm like this from scratch- from idea to planning to execution and all the lessons learned along the way The power of community- why the Belk Family has always committed to their community and how they are doing it today with organic farming and healthier lifestyles Building an incubator of farmers- making change by attracting people passionate about the cause and giving them what they need to send them out and succeed on their own Plus much more! Please enjoy this week's episode with Tim Belk! Links: ‍ Wild Hope Farm- https://www.wildhopefarm.com/ ‍CEO of Belk- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belk ‍Organic farming: https://www.sare.org/publications/transitioning-to-organic-production/what-is-organic-farming/

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
Redesigning Our Food System To Make Health Accessible For All

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 62:32


This episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens and Rupa Health. We are living in an epidemic of chronic disease that is destroying our health, our communities, and our economy. The common denominator between all of these things is food, or more specifically, our food system. The way our food is grown, transported, processed, and consumed is making us sick and driving health disparities related to income and race, especially among marginalized groups. In today's episode, I talk with Dr. Marcia Chatelain, Dr. Rupa Marya, Raj Patel, and Karen Washington about creating a society that cultivates health, how our existing social structures predispose us to illness, and how we can make great changes to our food system through grassroots efforts. Dr. Marcia Chatelain is a professor of history and African American studies at Georgetown University. The author of South Side Girls: Growing up in the Great Migration, she teaches about women's and girls' history, as well as black capitalism. Her latest book, Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America, examines the intricate relationship among African American politicians, civil rights organizations, communities, and the fast food industry. Dr. Rupa Marya is an associate professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, where she practices and teaches Internal Medicine. Her research examines the health impacts of social systems, from agriculture to policing. She is a cofounder of the Do No Harm Coalition, a collective of health workers committed to addressing disease through structural change. Raj Patel is a research professor at the University of Texas at Austin's Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs, a professor in the university's department of nutrition, and a research associate at Rhodes University, South Africa. He is the author of Stuffed and Starved, the New York Times bestselling The Value of Nothing, and coauthor of A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things. Karen Washington is a farmer, activist, and food advocate. She is the co-owner and farmer at Rise & Root Farm in Chester, New York. Karen cofounded Black Urban Growers (BUGS), an organization supporting growers in both urban and rural settings. In 2012, Ebony magazine voted her one of the 100 most influential African Americans in the country, and in 2014 Karen was the recipient of the James Beard Leadership Award. This episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens and Rupa Health. Right now when you purchase AG1 from Athletic Greens, you will receive 10 FREE travel packs with your first purchase by visiting athleticgreens.com/hyman. Rupa Health is a place where Functional Medicine practitioners can access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests. You can check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com. Full-length episodes of these interviews can be found here:Dr. Marcia ChatelainDr. Rupa Marya and Raj PatelKaren Washington See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.