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Chris Kamrani on Utah @ OSU, BYU @ WSU, Rolovich, Bronco's return + more

"The Drive" with Spence Checketts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 24:09


The Athletic's Chris Kamrani joins The Drive to discuss a busy weekend in local sports, Pac-12 South, Utah @ OSU, BYU @ WSU, Rolovich out in pullman, Bronco Mendenhall returning to BYU, Bronco won't take CK's calls + more

Bitcoin Magazine
Building Communities In Bitcoin with Edward Weniger and Benjamin Maenner of BitcoinDay

Bitcoin Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 38:36


In this episode of The Bitcoin Magazine Podcast, CK sits down with Edward Weniger and Benjamin Maenner from AlphaBTC and BitcoinDay.io to talk about everything they are doing to bring Bitcoin to smaller communities across the United States. BitcoinDay is a traveling Bitcoin conference that recently happened in Omaha and is coming to Kansas City in just a few weeks and is definitely not to be missed. Edward and Ben share their experience starting and operating a Bitcoin company, why it's important to have meetups all across the United States, what draws people into Bitcoin and what makes the Bitcoin community different, and much more.

OBS Talk
John Llado

OBS Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 120:15


OBS Talk is brought to you by these OBSponsors -  Title Sponsor - www.lmctruck.com - When you need OBS Parts, think LMC Truck.  www.us-mags.com - Rad wheels for Rad Trucks.  www.belltech.com - The most trusted source in lowering your truck!  www.dakotadigital.com - Yep  - they make gauges for our trucks.  www.airliftperformance.com - When you are thinking about Air Management - Think Air Lift!   www.azproperformance.com - Have you heard about their new REACT OBS spindle? Yep!  www.ridetech.com - Are you ready to upgrade your OBS suspension, go with the proven leader in CK truck stance and performance, RideTech. Travis Noack sits down with John Llado, and takes us down Memory Lane, and we get to hear about what John's latest project is and his future plans for it.  Some killer OBS history and more - Thanks John.

BMitch & Finlay
Gameday Experience

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 1:51


CK joins the show to talk about his gameday experience.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BMitch & Finlay
10.18.21 Hour 4- Gameday Experience, Fan Thoughts, Heard it Here First

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 37:52


1:00- CK joins the show to talk about his experience going to yesterday's WFT game.  19:10- Opening up the phone lines to hear what fans had to say about the game.  35:00- The guys talk about gambling and make their bets for "Heard it Here First." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Half Street High Heat
HSHH Episode 162 - Championship Series Preview and Kevin Long Comments with Tyler & CK

Half Street High Heat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 72:28


Nick and Ryan are joined by both Tyler and CK this episode as they update the MLB playoffs with the Braves and Astros punching their tickets. We all preview the ALCS rematch from 2018 between the Astros and Red Sox and give our predictions. We also preview game 5 between the Dodgers and Giants and evaluate the Braves chances against their future NL West opponent. We also discuss Kevin Long's interesting comments from his introductory press conference with the Phillies as well as the Cardinals' decision to fire Mike Schildt. Listen in! Check out HalfStHighHeat.com for more content! Check out the new Half Street High Heat store! http://tee.pub/lic/xPZiUO89Le4 #Ad We are proud to announce that MANSCAPED™ has sponsored us at Half Street High Heat! Support for this podcast is brought to you by MANSCAPED™, who is the best in men's below-the-waist grooming.  MANSCAPED™offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. Use our promo code HSHH20 at checkout for 20% off your entire order plus free shipping at www.manscaped.com for a limited time! Follow us on Twitter: HSHH - @HalfStHighHeat Ryan, Host - @WeAreAllShack Amanda, Host - @AWhite7877 Nick, Host - @NationalsAce Monty, Editor - @Monty2740 Writers: Allison - @JuanSotoHR CK - @CKNaim58 Danny - @Nats_Baseball Matt - @HolleranMDH Tyler - @nonrosterinvite See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Deadpit Radio
DEADPIT Revival Podcast Ep. 34 (10/15/21)

Deadpit Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 120:22


This week CK and UB are joined by Horror Collector, Promoter and Mega fan Sean Clark to discuss high-end horror collectibles, screen used masks and more!

Bitcoin Magazine
Making Bitcoin Mining Accessible with Whit Gibbs

Bitcoin Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 55:08


In this episode of The Bitcoin Magazine Podcast, CK is joined by Whit Gibbs, the co-founder and CEO of Compass Mining. Compass Mining's mission is to support the growth of hashrate and network security by making Bitcoin mining accessible for more people. CK and Whit explore Whit's journey into Bitcoin, his experience building a Bitcoin company, the future of Bitcoin mining, and much more!

Murder Metal Mayhem
Episode 154 - Dark History & Horror Convention Preview with Brian Ward

Murder Metal Mayhem

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 116:07


Pete, Chris, and Joey throw down another episode, but this time with Brian Ward in studio, the man behind the Dark History & Horror Con.  Brian talks about the various vendors and celebrities who will be there on 10/23/21 at the I Hotel in Champaign, Illinois for this annual event.  Plus, his motivation for doing the event and how it's evolved over the years.CK calls in to talk about Fear Factory plus other heavy metal news, a new Killer Cage Match, a funny mayhem story from Joey, karaoke destruction and much more.Music by Fear Factory, Exeloume, and Possessed.Brought to you by Pete Altieri (author).66fuckin6 music by Onslaught.Get your ticket to the Dark History & Horror Con here.Order Pete's new book, Creation of Chaos III now!  Download his audiobook on Audible here.Follow Joey's Goremonger page for updates on his music and his distro, FTA Records.Go to Murder Metal Mayhem to listen to our show!Order one of the new MMM shirts with the zombie design from Jeff Gaither!Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, and Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Join the 666 Club and become a Patreon supporter of the show.  Only $3 a month for bonus content, VIP access, discounts on merch and more!Check out Pete's other podcast on horror, Voice Of Dread.Karaoke by I Kill Karaoke

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 10.11.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 58:37


Can low temperature-aged garlic enhance exercise performance? Korea Univesity & National Institute of Agricultural Sciences (South Korea), October 8, 2021 Scientists from South Korea's National Institute of Agricultural Sciences and Korea University looked at aged garlic to see whether it could help reduce fatigue. To do this, they conducted a study on mice fed with a special low-temperature-aged garlic (LTAG). Their findings were published in the Journal of Medicinal Food. Testing the fatigue-fighting effects of low temperature-aged garlic The researchers chose to use LTAG because it lacked the pungent odor and spicy flavor of regular garlic, making it easier to use for animal testing. To create the LTAG, the researchers stored garlic in a sealed container, aging at 60 C for 60 days. The resulting LTAG was then peeled and pulverized, before being added to 200 milliliters of 70 percent ethanol (EtOH), which was then subjected to ultrasonic extraction three times. This 70 percent EtOH and LTAG extract was then concentrated under a vacuum at 45 C and then lyophilized to create a dry LTAG residue. After the creation of the LTAG, the researchers then separated mice into six groups. The first group was given a low dose of LTAG extract; the second was fed a high dose of LTAG extract; the third was given a low dose of garlic extract; and the fourth was given a high dose of garlic extract. The fifth and sixth groups consisted of normal mice that were given phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) instead of garlic. One of these control groups was made to exercise while the other group was not. The mice in the five groups were forced to run on a treadmill for four weeks. With each passing week, the amount of exercise the mice would have to do on the treadmills would increase. This was done by increasing both the speed that the mice had to run, and the amount of time they had to spend running. (Related: How to alleviate fatigue with herbal medicine.) After 28 days of treatment, five mice from each group were subjected to a final, exhaustive treadmill test. This test increased the treadmill speed from 15 meters per minute (m/min) to 40 m/min every 3 minutes. During this test, the running time was monitored until each mouse failed to follow the increase in speed on three consecutive occasions and lag occurred. At this point, the mouse's total running time was recorded. The effect of the LTAG on the levels of glucose, lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), free fatty acid (FFA) and lactate in the mice's blood. Following the final exercise, the mice were killed and blood samples were collected from them. In addition, the mice's gastrocnemius muscles were also isolated and frozen in liquid nitrogen for testing. LTAG treated mice demonstrated less fatigue Following the exhaustive running tests, the researchers found that the mice treated with LTAG extract were able to run for much longer than the control mice. Meanwhile, looking at the blood tests, they noted that the mice treated with LTAG extract exhibited lower levels of glucose, LDH, FFA and lactate. More importantly, the LTAG treated mice had increased amounts of glycogen and creatine kinase (CK) in their muscles. Glycogen storage is an important source of energy during exercise. It serves a central role in maintaining the body's glucose homeostasis by supplementing blood glucose. Because of this, glycogen is seen as an accurate marker for fatigue, with increased glycogel levels closely associated with improved endurance and anti-fatigue effects. CK, on the other hand, is known to be an accurate indicator of muscle damage. During muscle degeneration, muscle cells are dissolved and their contents enter the bloodstream. As a result, when muscle damage occurs, muscle CK comes out into the blood. As such, fatigue tends to lead to lower muscle CK levels and higher blood CK levels. Higher levels of glycogen and muscle CK in the LTAG treated mice indicated that they experienced less fatigue than the other groups. Based on these findings, the researchers believe that LTAG has potential for use as an anti-fatigue agent.       Mindfulness meditation helps preterm-born adolescents University of Geneva (Switzerland), October 7, 2021 Adolescents born prematurely present a high risk of developing executive, behavioral and socio-emotional difficulties. Now, researchers from Geneva University Hospitals (HUG) and the University of Geneva (UNIGE) have revealed that practicing mindfulness may help improve these various skills. The study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, suggests using mindfulness as a means of clinical intervention with adolescents, whether prematurely born or not. Several studies have already shown that very preterm (VPT) children and adolescents are at higher risk of exhibiting cognitive and socio-emotional problems that may persist into adulthood. To help them overcome the difficulties they face, researchers from the HUG and UNIGE have set up an intervention based on mindfulness, a technique known to have beneficial effects in these areas. Mindfulness consists in training the mind to focus on the present moment, concentrating on physical sensations, on breathing, on the weight of one's body, and even on one's feelings and thoughts, completely judgment-free. The mindfulness-based interventions generally take place in a group with an instructor along with invitations to practice individually at home. To accurately assess the effects of mindfulness, a randomized controlled trial was performed with young adolescents aged 10 to 14, born before 32 weeks gestational weeks. Scientists quickly found that mindfulness improves the regulation of cognitive, social and emotional functions, in other worlds, our brain's ability to interact with our environment. Indeed, it increases the ability to focus on the present—on thoughts, emotions and physical sensations, with curiosity and non-judgment. Thanks to this practice, adolescents improve their executive functions, i.e. the mental processes that enable us to control our behavior to successfully achieve a goal. As a result, young people find it easier to focus, manage and regulate their behavior and emotions in everyday life. For eight weeks, the young teens spent an hour and a half each week with two mindfulness instructors. They were further encouraged to practice mindfulness daily at home. Parents were also involved in this study. They were asked to observe their child's executive functions, for example the ability to regulate their emotions and attentional control, their relationships with others and their behavior. The adolescents also underwent a series of computerized tasks to assess their reactions to events. A comparison of their test results with a control group that did not practice mindfulness shows a positive impact of the intervention on the adolescents' everyday life and on their ability to react to new events. "Each teenager is unique, with their own strenghts and difficulties. Through their involvement in this study, our volunteers have contributed to show that mindfulness can help many young people to feel better, to refocus and to face the world, whether they were born preterm born or not," agree Dr. Russia Hà-Vinh Leuchter, a consultant in the Division of Development and Growth, Department of Paediatrics, Gynaecology and Obstetrics at Geneva University Hospitals, and Dr. Vanessa Siffredi, a researcher at the Child Development Laboratory at the Department of Paediatrics, Gynaecology and Obstetrics at the UNIGE Faculty of Medicine, two of the authors of this work. "However, while the practice of meditation can be a useful resource, it is important to be accompanied by well-trained instructors", they specify. The adolescents who took part in the program are now between 14 and 18 years. Scientists are currently evaluating the long-term effects of mindfulness-based intervention on their daily attention and stress. Furthermore, to validate their clinical data with neurobiological measurements, researchers are currently studying the effects of mindfulness on the brain using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).   Iron deficiency in middle age is linked with higher risk of developing heart disease University Heart and Vasculature Centre Hamburg (Germany) 6 October 2021 Approximately 10% of new coronary heart disease cases occurring within a decade of middle age could be avoided by preventing iron deficiency, suggests a study published today in ESC Heart Failure, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).1 “This was an observational study and we cannot conclude that iron deficiency causes heart disease,” said study author Dr. Benedikt Schrage of the University Heart and Vasculature Centre Hamburg, Germany. “However, evidence is growing that there is a link and these findings provide the basis for further research to confirm the results.” Previous studies have shown that in patients with cardiovascular diseases such as heart failure, iron deficiency was linked to worse outcomes including hospitalisations and death. Treatment with intravenous iron improved symptoms, functional capacity, and quality of life in patients with heart failure and iron deficiency enrolled in the FAIR-HF trial.2 Based on these results, the FAIR-HF 2 trial is investigating the impact of intravenous iron supplementation on the risk of death in patients with heart failure. The current study aimed to examine whether the association between iron deficiency and outcomes was also observed in the general population. The study included 12,164 individuals from three European population-based cohorts. The median age was 59 years and 55% were women. During the baseline study visit, cardiovascular risk factors and comorbidities such as smoking, obesity, diabetes and cholesterol were assessed via a thorough clinical assessment including blood samples. Participants were classified as iron deficient or not according to two definitions: 1) absolute iron deficiency, which only includes stored iron (ferritin); and 2) functional iron deficiency, which includes iron in storage (ferritin) and iron in circulation for use by the body (transferrin). Dr. Schrage explained: “Absolute iron deficiency is the traditional way of assessing iron status but it misses circulating iron. The functional definition is more accurate as it includes both measures and picks up those with sufficient stores but not enough in circulation for the body to work properly.” Participants were followed up for incident coronary heart disease and stroke, death due to cardiovascular disease, and all-cause death. The researchers analysed the association between iron deficiency and incident coronary heart disease, stroke, cardiovascular mortality, and all-cause mortality after adjustments for age, sex, smoking, cholesterol, blood pressure, diabetes, body mass index, and inflammation. Participants with a history of coronary heart disease or stroke at baseline were excluded from the incident disease analyses. At baseline, 60% of participants had absolute iron deficiency and 64% had functional iron deficiency. During a median follow-up of 13.3 years there were 2,212 (18.2%) deaths. Of these, a total of 573 individuals (4.7%) died from a cardiovascular cause. Incidence coronary heart disease and stroke were diagnosed in 1,033 (8.5%) and 766 (6.3%) participants, respectively. Functional iron deficiency was associated with a 24% higher risk of coronary heart disease, 26% raised risk of cardiovascular mortality, and 12% increased risk of all-cause mortality compared with no functional iron deficiency. Absolute iron deficiency was associated with a 20% raised risk of coronary heart disease compared with no absolute iron deficiency, but was not linked with mortality. There were no associations between iron status and incident stroke. The researchers calculated the population attributable fraction, which estimates the proportion of events in 10 years that would have been avoided if all individuals had the risk of those without iron deficiency at baseline. The models were adjusted for age, sex, smoking, cholesterol, blood pressure, diabetes, body mass index, and inflammation. Within a 10-year period, 5.4% of all deaths, 11.7% of cardiovascular deaths, and 10.7% of new coronary heart disease diagnoses were attributable to functional iron deficiency. “This analysis suggests that if iron deficiency had been absent at baseline, about 5% of deaths, 12% of cardiovascular deaths, and 11% of new coronary heart disease diagnoses would not have occurred in the following decade,” said Dr. Schrage. “The study showed that iron deficiency was highly prevalent in this middle-aged population, with nearly two-thirds having functional iron deficiency,” said Dr. Schrage. “These individuals were more likely to develop heart disease and were also more likely to die during the next 13 years.” Dr. Schrage noted that future studies should examine these associations in younger and non-European cohorts. He said: “If the relationships are confirmed, the next step would be a randomised trial investigating the effect of treating iron deficiency in the general population.”     Consumption of a bioactive compound from Neem plant could significantly suppress development of prostate cancer National University of Singapore, September 29, 2021   Oral administration of nimbolide, over 12 weeks shows reduction of prostate tumor size by up to 70 per cent and decrease in tumor metastasis by up to 50 per cent   A team of international researchers led by Associate Professor Gautam Sethi from the Department of Pharmacology at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine at the National University of Singapore (NUS) has found that nimbolide, a bioactive terpenoid compound derived from Azadirachta indica or more commonly known as the neem plant, could reduce the size of prostate tumor by up to 70 per cent and suppress its spread or metastasis by half.   Prostate cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers worldwide. However, currently available therapies for metastatic prostate cancer are only marginally effective. Hence, there is a need for more novel treatment alternatives and options.   "Although the diverse anti-cancer effects of nimbolide have been reported in different cancer types, its potential effects on prostate cancer initiation and progression have not been demonstrated in scientific studies. In this research, we have demonstrated that nimbolide can inhibit tumor cell viability -- a cellular process that directly affects the ability of a cell to proliferate, grow, divide, or repair damaged cell components -- and induce programmed cell death in prostate cancer cells," said Assoc Prof Sethi.   Nimbolide: promising effects on prostate cancer   Cell invasion and migration are key steps during tumor metastasis. The NUS-led study revealed that nimbolide can significantly suppress cell invasion and migration of prostate cancer cells, suggesting its ability to reduce tumor metastasis. The researchers observed that upon the 12 weeks of administering nimbolide, the size of prostate cancer tumor was reduced by as much as 70 per cent and its metastasis decreased by about 50 per cent, without exhibiting any significant adverse effects.   "This is possible because a direct target of nimbolide in prostate cancer is glutathione reductase, an enzyme which is responsible for maintaining the antioxidant system that regulates the STAT3 gene in the body. The activation of the STAT3 gene has been reported to contribute to prostate tumor growth and metastasis," explained Assoc Prof Sethi. "We have found that nimbolide can substantially inhibit STAT3 activation and thereby abrogating the growth and metastasis of prostate tumor," he added.   The findings of the study were published in the April 2016 issue of the scientific journal Antioxidants & Redox Signaling. This work was carried out in collaboration with Professor Goh Boon Cher of Cancer Science Institute of Singapore at NUS, Professor Hui Kam Man of National Cancer Centre Singapore and Professor Ahn Kwang Seok of Kyung Hee University.   The neem plant belongs to the mahogany tree family that is originally native to India and the Indian sub-continent. It has been part of traditional Asian medicine for centuries and is typically used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Today, neem leaves and bark have been incorporated into many personal care products such as soaps, toothpaste, skincare and even dietary supplements.       Review looks at the efficacy of acupuncture in treating insulin resistance Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine (China), October 8, 2021 In their report, researcherss from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine in China explored the role of acupuncture in treating insulin resistance. The study was published in the journal Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice. Earlier studies have reported the effectiveness of acupuncture in treating insulin resistance and related conditions. The review looked at acupuncture and its effects on clinical outcomes. The researchers searched the following databases for randomized controlled trials involving insulin resistance patients treated with acupuncture: Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials Embase Medline (via OVID) China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI) Wan Fang and China Science and Technology Journal Database (VIP) The studies show that homeostasis model assessment of insulin resistance significantly decreased with acupuncture treatment. Other significant decreases include fasting blood glucose, postprandial blood glucose and fasting insulin. Acupuncture increased insulin sensitivity with very few adverse effects. In sum, acupuncture is a safe and effective alternative treatment for insulin resistance.     Blueberries may improve attention in children following double-blind trial University of Reading (UK), October 10, 2021  Primary school children could show better attention by consuming flavonoid-rich blueberries, following a study conducted by the University of Reading. In a paper published in Food & Function, a group of 7-10 year olds who consumed a drink containing wild blueberries or a matched placebo and were tested on their speed and accuracy in completing an executive task function on a computer. The double blind trial found that the children who consumed the flavonoid-rich blueberry drink had 9% quicker reaction times on the test without any sacrifice of accuracy. In particular, the effect was more noticeable as the tests got harder. Professor Claire Williams, a neuroscience professor at the University of Reading said: "This is the first time that we have seen the positive impact that flavonoids can have on the executive function of children. We designed this double blind trial especially to test how flavonoids would impact on attention in young people as it's an area of cognitive performance that hasn't been measured before. "We used wild blueberries as they are rich in flavonoids, which are compounds found naturally in foods such as fruits and their juices, vegetables and tea. They have been associated with a range of health benefits including antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, and our latest findings continue to show that there is a beneficial cognitive effect of consuming fruit and vegetables, tea, coffee and even dark chocolate which all contain flavonoids." The children were then asked to pay attention to an array of arrows shown on a PC screen and press a key corresponding to the direction that the central arrow was facing. The task was repeated over a number of trials, where cognitive demand was manipulated by varying how quickly the arrows appeared, whether there were additional arrows appearing either side of the central arrow, and whether the flanking arrows were pointing in the same/different direction as the central arrow. Previous Reading research has shown that consuming wild blueberries can improve mood in children and young people, simple memory recall in primary school children, and that other flavonoid rich drinks such as orange juice, can also improve memory and concentration. The Wild Blueberry Association of North America provided a freeze-dried powder made from wild blueberries which was used in the study but did not provide any additional financial support and did not play a role in the design of the study. Wild blueberries are grown and harvested in North America, and are smaller than regular blueberries, and are higher in flavonoids compared to regular varieties. The double-blind trial used a flavonoid-rich wild blueberry drink, with a matched placebo contained 8.9g of fructose, 7.99g of glucose and 4 mg of vitamin C matching the levels of nutrients found in the blueberry drink. The amount of fructose is akin to levels found in a standard pear. This was an executive function task- requiring participants to pay attention to stimuli appearing on screen and responding correctly. The task was a simple one- responding to the direction of an arrow in the middle of a screen (by pressing left/right arrow key) but we then varied how quickly the stimuli appeared, whether there was additional arrows appearing either side of the stimuli and whether those flanking arrows were pointing in the same/different direction as they direction you had to respond. There are 6 main classes of flavonoids: Anthocyanins – found in berry fruits such as the blueberries used in this study and also in red wine. Flavonols - found in onions, leeks, and broccoli Flavones - found in parsley and celery, Isoflavones - found in soy and soy products, Flavanones - found in citrus fruit and tomatoes Flavanols—found in green tea, red wine, and chocolate     Nocebo effect: Does a drug's high price tag cause its own side effects? University Medical Center Hamburg (Germany), October 5, 2021  Pricey drugs may make people more vulnerable to perceiving side effects, a new study suggests—and the phenomenon is not just "in their heads." The study delved into the so-called "nocebo effect." It's the negative version of the well-known placebo effect, where people feel better after receiving a therapy because they expected good things. With the nocebo effect, patients' worries over treatment side effects make them feel sick. In this study, researchers found that people were more likely to report painful side effects from a fake drug when told it was expensive. But it wasn't just something people were "making up." Using brain imaging, the researchers traced the phenomenon to specific activity patterns in the brain and spine. "These findings are a strong argument against the perception of placebo and nocebo effects as being only 'fake' effects—created purely by imagination or delusions of the patient," said lead researcher Alexandra Tinnermann. She is with the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, in Germany. Dr. Luana Colloca, a researcher at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, agreed. "This is not merely a reflection of people's biases," said Colloca, who wrote an editorial published with the study. "Expectations do modulate symptoms and patients' responses to treatment," she said. For the study, Tinnermann's team recruited 49 healthy volunteers and randomly assigned them to test one of two itch-relieving "medical creams." In reality, both creams were identical and contained no active ingredients. However, people in both groups were told that the products could have the side effect of making the skin more sensitive to pain. There was only one apparent difference between the two phony creams: One came in fancy packing with a high price tag; the other was cheap. After participants applied the creams to their forearms, the researchers had them undergo a standard test that measured their tolerance for heat-induced pain. It turned out that people who'd used the expensive cream were more sensitive to pain during the tests. On average, their pain rating hovered around a 15—within the "mild" pain range—whereas people using the cheap cream barely registered any discomfort. It's likely, Tinnermann said, that people expect a pricey medication to be potent—which could also make them expect more side effects. Colloca agreed. We are all "vulnerable" to such outside influences, she said, be it a drug's price or how it's given (by IV versus mouth, for instance). However, we are not just imagining those placebo or nocebo effects, both researchers noted. Using functional MRI brain scans, Tinnermann's team found specific patterns of nervous system activity in people who had a nocebo response to the pricey cream. That included a change in "communication" between certain brain structures and the spinal cord, Tinnermann said. According to Colloca, research like this can have practical uses. Doctors could, for instance, inform patients that drug prices or other factors can sway their expectations about a treatment's benefits and risks—and that, in turn, can influence whether they feel better or develop side effects. There is, however, no research into whether that kind of knowledge helps prevent patients from the nocebo effect, Tinnermann said. But, she added, health professionals can be aware that patients' expectations "play a huge role in medicine"—and be mindful of how they talk about a medication and its possible side effects. It's an important matter, Colloca said, because the nocebo effect can cause people to stop taking needed medications. Colloca pointed to the example of cholesterol-lowering statins. The potential for those medications to cause muscle pain has been widely reported. And one recent study found evidence that this knowledge can make statin users more likely to report muscle pain side effects. Other research, Colloca said, has shown that when people stop taking their statins, their risk of heart attack and stroke rises.

3 Spooked Girls
283: Vault Release: Don't Go Chasing Vampires

3 Spooked Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 55:59


Jes & I are currently in vacation mode so we are grabbing something from the very early days of 3SG & re-releasing our episode on vampire-centric cases. This episode will include Arnold Paole, Mercy Brown, and The Vampire of Sacramento, Richard Chase. Thank you to HelloFresh for sponsoring this episode! Go to www.HelloFresh.com/spookedgirls14 and use code spookedgirls14 for up to 14 free meals, including free shipping! Thank you to Munk Pack for sponsoring this episode! Go to www.MunkPack.com and enter the code SPOOKEDGIRLS at checkout to save 20% off your purchase. Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon,  & more  https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to 3spookedgirls@gmail.com Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music!  Thank you to CK for assisting with editing!

Deadpit Radio
DEADPIT Revival Podcast Ep. 33 (10/08/21)

Deadpit Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 160:22


CK, Uncle Bill and Garrett return for the long awaited third year of Scream Factory's releases...which includes Nightbreed!

3 Spooked Girls
282: Spookter Club Select: The Children of God Cult

3 Spooked Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 34:29


Hey Spooksters! Today's episode is dedicated to our patron, Stacy! Stacy has chosen the topic of The Children of God Cult. Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode! Go to www.betterhelp.com/spookedgirls for 10% off your first month. Thank you to HelloFresh for sponsoring this episode! Go to www.HelloFresh.com/spookedgirls14 and use code spookedgirls14 for up to 14 free meals, including free shipping! Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon,  & more  https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to 3spookedgirls@gmail.com Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music!  Thank you to CK for assisting with editing!

Murder Metal Mayhem
Episode 153 - Aleister Crowley: The Great Beast 666

Murder Metal Mayhem

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 121:00


Pete, Chris, and Joey bring in the month of October with a crazy episode about the controversial occultist, Aleister Crowley.  His interesting life is discussed in detail, including some of his vile poetry, drug abuse, and beliefs. CK calls in to discuss Crowley's influence on many bands, three funny mayhem stories, karaoke destruction, and much more.Music by Ozzy Osbourne,, Behemoth, and Mercyful Fate.Brought to you by Pete Altieri (author).66fuckin6 music by Onslaught.Visit Harold Schecter online and order his books.Order Pete's new book, Creation of Chaos III now!  Download his audiobook on Audible here.Follow Joey's Goremonger page for updates on his music and his distro, FTA Records.Go to Murder Metal Mayhem to listen to our show!Order one of the new MMM shirts with the zombie design from Jeff Gaither!Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, and Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Join the 666 Club and become a Patreon supporter of the show.  Only $3 a month for bonus content, VIP access, discounts on merch and more!Check out Pete's other podcast on horror, Voice Of Dread.Karaoke by I Kill Karaoke

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
The Un-Squeaky Wheel: How Inattentive ADHD Goes Under the Radar w/ Aron Croft

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 22:12


Aron Croft appeared to have it all when he got into Harvard. But that was the beginning of his demise. He struggled nonstop for 15 years until he was broke, divorced, and earning minimum wage, failing out of his first 7 jobs and businesses. But after getting a Master's degree in Coaching Psychology and a diagnosis of Inattentive ADHD, his life changed. He built a successful Fortune 500 career consulting to companies such as Marriott, Deloitte, Johnson & Johnson, McDonald's, KPMG, and United Healthcare. He also got remarried, and most importantly, discovered how to get sh*t done with a neurodivergent brain. Now he's on a mission to raise awareness about Inattentive ADHD, how it goes under the radar, and how to rebuild your life post-diagnosis.  Today we learn how his ADHD diagnosis at 34 led him to recover from being broke, divorced, and earning minimum wage to a successful Fortune 500 career, and turned this Influencer's side hustle into his full-time job… Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Aron Croft discuss:   2:00 - Intro and welcome Aron!  3:14 - So you got into Harvard and things were going great- what happened? 4:28 - Ref: FTN “The One with the ADHD PhD, Featuring Rachel Cotton”  5:15 - How did you feel when things started going off the rails and you didn't know why? 6:24 - What was it like when you finally got diagnosed; and the year prior when you rented half of a bed? 8:32 - And just when things were turning around with Aron's new job…  9:42 - So how did you pull out of that situation?  Ref:  At the time of publishing Seinfeld is now on Netflix   11:25 - Aron on Adderall akin to the scene in Limitless with Bradley Cooper on NZT  13:58 - On those ‘waking up' moments and for the first time realizing you're not a total loser! 15:40 - So you get diagnosed and things begin changing- then what happened? 16:52 - When did you give up the Sweet Tarts and come to the epiphany that you were unfulfilled? 17:49 - On finding Dopamine via other sources 18:48 - See, podcasts ARE fun!  19:22 - How can people find you? https://hiddenadhd.com  @aroncroft on Twitter  @HiddenADHD on Facebook  INSTA  YouTube and hidden_adhd on TikTok 20:33 - What is it with TikTok anyway?! 21:03 - Thank you Aron!  Guys, as always, we are here for you and we love what the responses and the notes that we get from you. So please continue to do that, tell us who you want to hear on the podcast, anything at all, we'd love to know.  Leave us a review on any of the places you get your podcasts, and if you can ever, if you ever need our help, I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse!  21:28 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits — TRANSCRIPT:  — I want to thank you for listening and for subscribing to Faster Than Normal! I also want to tell you that if you're listening to this one, you probably listened to other episodes as well. Because of you all, we are the number one ADHD podcast on the internet!! And if you like us, you can sponsor an episode! Head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ It is a lot cheaper than you think. You'll reach... about 25k to 30,000 people in an episode and get your name out there, get your brand out there, your company out there, or just say thanks for all the interviews! We've brought you over 230 interviews of CEOs, celebrities, musicians, all kinds of rock stars all around the world from Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Keith Krach from DocuSign, Danny Meyer, we've had Rachel Cotton, we've had  the band Shinedown, right? Tons and tons of interviews, and we keep bringing in new ones every week so head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ make it yours, we'd love to have you, thanks so much for listening!  Now to this week's episode, we hope you enjoy it! — My name is Peter Shankman. You are listening to Faster Than Normal. I am thrilled that you're here. It is a great day outside, probably one of the last warm days we're going to have this year until like, I don't know, sometime in 2022, but it is a good day, there is good news on the horizon. Life is good. Everyone is happy. I'm happy. I hope you're happy.  So who do we have today? We have someone who was pretty happy. He got into Harvard and he's like, holy crap. I got into Harvard. I'm pretty sure he was happy then. But as he told me, when I talked to him about coming on the podcast, he said that was the beginning of his demise. After getting into Harvard, he proceeded the struggle nonstop for 15 years until he was broke, divorced, earning minimum wage bailing out of his first seven jobs and businesses. I'm talking about Aaron Croft. It is great to have him on the podcast because- after he got a master's degree in coaching psychology and a diagnosis of inattentive ADHD, his life changed. He a built successful fortune 500 career consulting to companies such as Marriott, Deloitte Johnson, Johnson, McDonald's KPMG and healthcare. He got remarried. Most importantly, he discovered how to get shit done with a neurodivergent brain and now he's on a mission to raise awareness about Inattentive ADHD, how it goes under the radar and how to rebuild your life if you get a diagnosis of the same.  Peter. Thank you. It's so awesome to be here. And I do have to say that it's actually a really shitty day in Chicago. It's just been raining and everything.  So, uh, probably that means it'll hit us probably in about 24 hours, 20, 36 hours. That's usually how it happens so we will enjoy it while we have it. But I have no doubt that later in the week, we'll be crap on a stick, anyway. Good to have you here, man. It is great to finally talk to you. I know your story. Um, so you grew up, you weren't diagnosed and you're just like, Hey, going through life and you wind up getting into Harvard and you're like, man, I'm the shit. And then you, in fact, as the announcer would say, in fact he was not the shit. Tell us what happened.  Yeah. I mean, I had, I was a really just naturally good test taker. I had this great support structure growing up. Like, I mean, I had parents that were pushing me. I had older sisters who paved the way for me in school and built a good reputation with teachers and I just had really smart, ambitious friends that would invite me to study with them and that sort of thing. And you know, all those factors converged and I pulled off, you know, an amazing heist of sorts and somehow managed to graduate number one in my high school class, get into Harvard like woo hoo! My life is set like que que the trumpets and, uh, yeah, it turned, it turns out it wasn't. When I got to Harvard, the wheels just fell off. Lack of structure. And honestly Peter, you know, what I used to get through high school was just massive amounts of procrastination followed by minor heart attacks, followed by getting my work done. And by the time I got to Harvard, you know, I had freedom for the first time in my life. I was like, I don't, I'm done with that. I don't want to do that.  What I find interesting is that you're not the first person. Uh, on this podcast, who's gotten into Harvard and realized holy crap, nothing is working. Um, we actually had someone, uh, several years ago named Rachel Cotton. Uh, she was doing her PhD at Harvard and, uh, she had been, she got through undergrad and her graduate degree by uh, mainlining Adderall and no.. no not Adderall, NoDoze and mainlining, uh, uh, caffeine pills. And, you know, she finally had good healthcare at Harvard and she went to it for physical induction and the doctor asked if there's anything else there's anything else they should know and she goes, yeah. I drink about, you know, 14 cups of coffee a day, and take about nine, nine NoDoze. Um, and she just said it nonchalantly and the doctor goes to that's that's, that's, that's probably not normal. And that was the beginning of her diagnosis. So there's something about Harvard, but, um, you know, so you get into it and, and shit starts going off the rails and talk to us about how you must've felt, because I'm assuming much like I did when things would go off the rails for me, you know, it's obviously 100% entirely my fault. I'm the fuck up. It's obviously there's nothing else that could be wrong with it. It's totally me. Um, how could I be such a horrible.  100%. Yeah. I mean, I feel like you just put my brain on loud speaker there, Peter, so thank you for that. Yeah, no, I completely, I mean, so I didn't get diagnosed until my mid thirties. And so this is all like under the radar, undiagnosed and you know, the only explanation that I had was the one that my mom had, which was Aron thinks you better than everyone, that he doesn't have to play by the rules. And he's just lazy and, you know, it's sorta like, well, I'm cutting all these corners and I'm getting away with these last minute saves, like, I guess she's right. And I mean, you know, to this day, I'm still piecing back together my self image and self confidence from all those years of misinformation.  What was it like when, tell us about the, the, sort of the great reveal moment when you finally got diagnosed and, you know, you'd been gone for 15 years how, and if I get diagnosed, like, holy shit, there's a name for this and it starts to make sense. Yeah, totally. Um, let me, let me tell you that. And let me just tell you, uh, what happened about a few months before that, just to get an idea of kinda where, how we got here, because when we go from Harvard we sort of have to paint the real picture. So, uh, A year before I'm diagnosed. Uh, I, I've got all of my possessions, all my belongings in a few suitcases and my wife's just basically kicked me out of the house. So we're getting divorced and I'm broke and I'm earning minimum wage. So anyway, so I'm carrying my two suitcases up the stairs of this shared house, uh, that I'm now going to share with four other acquaintances and I'm in, I'm in the room and I'm unpacking my stuff in the closet. And then Billy this 26 year old tech support agent from Vietnam comes and flops down on my king size bed. Kind of starteling me and I'm like, Hey, Billy, what's up, you know, but he looks really comfortable and that's when it hits me. He hasn't flopped down on his, on my king size bed.  Oh no.  He's flopped down on his half of OUR king size bed because renting half of a bed was all that I could afford at that point in my life.  Wow.  That's that's, that's only a bump. It was, it was such a wake-up call, right.  Did he at least smell good?  I mean, you know, I mean, I think it was, uh, I think it was, uh, Obsession, you know by CK, it was pretty, pretty delightful, you know, it's kinda musky. Uh, and yeah, so anyway, so of course the, the heart attack of that experience got me into action. I got a better job. And then. And then from that better job, which I only was at for seven months, I was able to move into a new company and get a raise. And I'm like, oh, this is great. Like I've, you know, I've rebuilt my life, blah, blah, blah. And anyway, so I'm three months into that job and it's all like high fives and backslaps everyone loves Aron and, uh, then history repeats itself. All of a sudden I got a call from my manager saying the client doesn't like your work. They think that it's subpar and you need to stay late for every night this week and maybe every night next week, if you don't get it done and redo all the work you've done the last few months. And you know, it doesn't mean you can't get done everything else you have to get done this week and you can't charge, you know, bill the time to the client more or anything. And like, Peter, I literally just freak out. Like, I mean, I'm thinking like I'm already, I mean, I'm already taking NoDoz and you know, I'm already at the edge of, at the edge of my bandwidth. Like I don't have another gear to stay late, you know, and redo work that I've already done in addition to a full day job. Like no way.  And, uh, yeah, go ahead. No, this is what happens. So, so you're sitting there in the, you know, probably like deer in the headlights type thing. W what was the next step?  Total, total deer in the headlights. And like, you know, like people say, like, when you die, like your whole life flashes in front of your eyes, there's something in slow motion. Like for me, It was kind of flashing in front of my eyes at that point, because what I was seeing was this whole image of rebuilding my life was going to be gone. At that point I was effectively a 34 year old divorce, a living with my mom. It wasn't technically living with my mom because it was living with my mom's sister, but it's basically the same thing.  And I'm reminded of the Seinfeld episode where, uh, you know, George, is that when we look to you should go talk to her. Yeah. Because balding middle-aged men with no job who live with their parents have a really good success rate there,  Love it, love it. Right. And those, and you can't see this at home, but Peter and I are chatting and I've got the nice bald round dome. And, but what he said is totally true. I'll, uh, George Costanza. And so anyway, like I see my life, I see my life just falling apart for my eyes. I freak out and a friend had mentioned his ADHD and Adderall. He mentioned that socially, like going out drinking, but all I knew because I'd never tried Adderall even really paid any attention to it. But. He said it helped him stay up late to go out drinking. So I'm like, dude, I need to stay up late for this like thing! Or I'm going to get fired and live in my mom's sister's house.  That's how Pfizer originally marketed Adderall is. “Hey, here's the stay up late going out, drinking a drug, right?” Yeah. I totally can imagine. I can totally imagine him saying that. And that's what, what you glom on. So I totally get.  Yeah. And like, exactly. And, uh, and then, yeah, so, so anyway, so I get to work that Monday and like, I go through the day and then kind of midday, cause that was sort of the, the advice that I got like that I could take it and it would get me through the night or through like, you know, staying until 9:00 PM or 8:00 PM. So about mid day I take it anyway, I walk around like I walk around and just kill some time and I come back and I sit down at my laptop. And, you know, it's like in a conference room because I'm a consultant. There's like other people and distractions. And I'm like, of course, working on some super boring shit, like PowerPoint slides and Excel spreadsheets. And, uh, I sit down, I do some work like for a few minutes and then I look off and I look back at my boring stuff and I keep working on it. And then I look away for a little bit. Like, a minute. And then I look back and I keep working. I was like, holy crap. I'm working on this thing without stopping, even though it's not exciting and interesting, like.. is this book people have been talking about this whole time when they've said, Aron, just sit down and work on it!?! You had the Bradley Cooper NZT moment in Limitless, where he sits, where he takes the pill. He sits down, everything becomes clear and in color.  Like, it was literally as if like you'd given a blind person site and it was like, it was like, oh, this is what purple looks like. Like I didn't realize whatever I was everyone was talking about.  That is spectacular, but it's entirely true. Everyone who's been there has had that. I call it that Limitless moment. If you haven't seen this film, dude, go out this afternoon, stop what you're doing and go see this film. He literally, he takes his pill of NZT, which gives him quote, unquote access to the other 90% of his brain. And, and he there's the scene. It's a stairway scene. He walks in the stairway and it goes from black and white drab to super high Def color where every single sound like the ticking of a bicycle, he hears the ticking of the wheel of greatness every day. And he's like, I get it. Right. And, and, and the, the landlord lady who is like, who's like on his ass to pay the rent, you know, five minutes later, he's sleeping with her. Right. It's just. That thing where he's just like, everything makes sense now. Yeah. We've all had that!  Right. Exactly. And if you, if you take Peter's suggestion and you go and see the movie, uh, I also look like Bradley Cooper- so that's like a bonus as well.  Hey, I'll, I'll, I'll sure, why not?  Don't don't look at the show notes! [And you're totally reading the show notes now aren't you- Aron's picture is on the main page ;)] But you know, it's, it's funny because those moments, everyone talks about this one, right. And he talks about the sort of those, those Zen moments, those wake up moments. I think the thing that people don't mention the most about those moments is that it's the wake up call is not only, wow- look at all this shit I can DO, but also holy crap, I'm not the complete loser that I thought I was.  Wow. So, you know, what's amazing about that, Peter, um, is.. I only came to that realization like a week or two ago, because I was putting together this like nine minute TED talk that ADDA is putting out, uh, next month as part of ADHD awareness month. And that literally is the theme of my talk, but I didn't make that connection until I wrote it. And you just like, I should have been just talking to you because you just said it so perfectly clearly. We've all been there man. That's, you know, that literally comes from years of, I remember, you know, back in high school, I remember back in college, like my fourth day of my freshman year, I said something stupid. And I, you know, my, my social acuity didn't kick in and I said something stupid. And I know that's it, I just fucked up 4 years. I remember, I remember screwing up four years ago. I think I was just stood up for his college and it, it, it, why am I just so different? Why am I such a loser? Why am I, and, and. It's amazing how you, how you see that. Um, in people who haven't been diagnosed and they get diagnosed, they under, it's not even so much the diagnosis, you break your leg, you have a, you have a bone sticking on your leg. You pretty much know you've broken your leg. This isn't, this is a secret, this is a secret disease. Right? And so you, you get diagnosed for the first time. You understand it, right. You didn't have a bone sticking out of your brain. You couldn't tell that there was something wrong with you. That could be fixed. So that's it's yeah, it's a massive wake up call. So, all right. So you're diagnosed things, start changing. Now what.  Uh, yeah, so then, then I live happily ever after, and shit just works perfectly. Um, no. So then, then I get medication and it's like a game changer, right? Right, so I go and get diagnosed. The week, like as soon as after, as I could, and then I get medications, it's a game-changer and I go from being an under performer where to like an average and then an above average performer a nd I was like, this is great. Um, and it was really the first time in my adult life that I performed in any meaningful capacity, because as you said, I failed out of my first seven jobs in businesses and it was just like shit show after shit show. And, uh, so I then did what any responsible 34 year old does that's living on his own? I got home from work every day, broke out the weed, played video games and ate freaking sour patch, kids and sweet tarts like every effing day.  I love it. How'd you come out of that?  Uh, well, it was about a few years later and I was like, crap. This, this like hedonic pleasure of doing all that isn't fulfilling. Like, yes, I enjoy it in the moment, but it's also, it's also not making me happy, deep down and you know, my social relationships weren't thriving because of it. Um, and. You know, I also wasn't achieving my fullest potential, you know, like Abraham Maslow, ‘what one can be one must be'. And that was creating like an internal lack of fulfillment and dissonance. So I finally just said that, Hey, maybe holding down a job, isn't my biggest achievement that I can have in life. Maybe I could have something bigger and do something more and make a bigger impact. And so that for me, I finally said, okay, I stopped finding dopamine in those artificial pleasures, if you will. And I started discovering, I could find dopamine through achieving personally meaningful goals and striving to be better, and to constantly improve myself.  What happens when, uh, how many times have you had that moment where you're like, I can't believe I'm getting paid to get this high, essentially the high, the high being, what you love to do. Cause I come off the stage every day and I'd have to shake whenever I speak, as it was to shake my head and be like still, they still don't know. They still think that I'm, you know, I'm still getting paid for this crap. Unbelievable. I still get that.  I think, I think about that. I mean, I think of that in my coaching sessions with clients, like, I love to talk about this shit. Like, you want to talk about how to like improve your life and be productive or like strategy!? Like that is candy, even podcasts, right? Like, like, I mean, obviously I'm not getting paid directly on this, but, this is like the most fun thing in the world. I get to hang out with someone awesome, we get to talk about the shared interests, which, you know, we're both so passionate about and we had to make a difference, like, yeah, same. Yeah. Like you hit it. I love, I love how clearly, uh, and I don't mean this as a knock against anyone else I've talked to, but I feel like there's a clarity of not purpose, but a clarity of thinking, and how you've processed so much of this stuff. That is just a level above.  Thank you. I think a lot of it comes to comes to the point where you're just like, you know what? I know what works. I know what doesn't. I know how I got here. Fuck it. I'm just gonna, I'm gonna say how I feel. Um, tell us, I want to keep it to 20 minutes, I wanna be respectful of your time and the audience's time; cause it's been 20 minutes, you know, ADHD and all that. Um, how can people find more of you? Because there's a lot more that we will discuss next time I have you on but where can they find you? Where can they, where can they learn more about you? Because you have some interesting backstory and some interesting future story. And I think that our audience will want more of that. Tell us.  Yeah, absolutely. So, um, the future story stuff that Peter's referring to, just so we don't leave people with a complete view of me as a fuck up.  No, obviously I told you in the very beginning, you know, you're doing, you're doing fortune 500 coaching now you're doing tons of stuff, you know? So obviously you, you figured it out.  [19:22 - How can people find you? https://hiddenadhd.com  @aroncroft on Twitter  @HiddenADHD on Facebook  INSTA  YouTube and also at hidden_adhd on TikTok] Okay. So then we don't, we don't need to go into it. So I would say then just, uh, just Google hidden ADHD. Uh, so the “hidden” is kind of like a nod to a bit of the inattentive going under the radar and you'll be able to find my TikTok with over a hundred thousand people and you'll be able to find my free downloads and stuff. I've got some cool ADHD one-on-one and productivity guides and stuff. Uh, so you can get all that. And, uh, I would love to connect with you.  Awesome Aron Croft yeah, his TikTok's pretty off the charts you should definitely follow that. I'll give you that. I, you know, it's funny. I've been trying desperately. I tried to get into it, I just, I couldn't, I couldn't fall in love with it. I, I, I fell in love with Twitter. I fell in love with Facebook. I fell in love with Instagram. I couldn't, I still can't fall in love with TikTok, maybe because I know the company in China and I've been to their headquarters in China and it just scares me, but I just, I still can't fall in love with TikTok. I'm trying. I just can't make them a, B,  Maybe you can't. Maybe you can't have more than three loves, like maybe. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, like, you know, your heart's full.  My girlfriend would argue. I can have more than one, but no, I see where you're going with that. Um, all right, cool guys, you've been listening to Aron Croft! I love this guy who's shit is awesome. Definitely check him out. You've also been listening to Faster Than Normal. That's me. You know how to find me. I'm not going to waste your time. I'll be back next week with a new episode. My name is Peter Shankman.  I appreciate you listening. I appreciate you taking 20 minutes of your day. I know that's a lot. And for those who actually listened to this on anything less than 1.25 times speed; you're my people. I thank you for that! See ya soon! — Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at petershankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week. 

Talking USMLE
How To Fix Your USMLE Weaknesses

Talking USMLE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 13:17


Today's episode is from our recent USMLE Coach's Corner episode where we talked about how to fix your USMLE Step 1 or Step 2 CK weaknesses so that you can maximize your chances of a solid score on exam day.Learn how you can work with us 1-on-1 or access one of our on-demand programs by visiting USMLEGUYS.comFollow us on YouTube for more drill sessions, USMLE Coaching, & more... Follow us here: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheUSMLEPreparationCompanyFREE RESOURCES:(1) USMLE Step 1 Fast Facts (Study on your phone): https://theupc.net/ff(2) USMLE Step 2 CK Fast Facts: https://theupc.net/ck-ff

3 Spooked Girls
281: Vault Release: Ronald Clark O'Brian & Cindy Song

3 Spooked Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 60:34


Hey Spooksters! Jes & I are currently in vacation mode so we are grabbing something from the very early days of 3SG & re-releasing our episode on two cases that happened during Halloween, we hope you enjoy it! Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon,  & more  https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to 3spookedgirls@gmail.com Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music!  Thank you to CK for assisting with editing! Update Description

Liquor License
LL 324 "Free Jakeyonce"

Liquor License

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 59:51


Brandon tries to deal with being politically correct when discussing the Free Britney protests, homosexuals, women, and mental unstable people (good luck). Week 4 review and pick. Santa Barbara Trip and Pollinators Mount Up. The reason CC is used instead of CK (seriously Credere explains this cultural phenomenon). Wutang Season 2 episodes 5-6 are worth the wait, fucking brilliant. Devin Williams will miss the playoffs because he punched a wall. We were fired up and hope you are too.

BMitch & Finlay
10.1.21 Hour 1- Hip Thruster, Michael Irvin, BMitch Makes His Prediction

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 37:54


10:00- Apparently the "Hip Thruster" guy is making his way around the office and now CK has seen him in the gym.   21:40- NFL Legend Michael Irvin joins the show to talk about the NFL and the WFT.  32:45- BMitch makes his prediction for the WFT and Falcons game.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
Chrissy Teigen Told Me to F*ck Off! and E! Fired Me

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 91:55


TMZ and Pagesix reported on why Chrissy Teigen told me to f*CK off! I tell you all the juicy scoop here. Did Kyle tell the women at Andy's baby shower that Erika Jayne had financial and legal issues? Lisa Vanderpump claims Kyle did say it....? I give a career suggestion for now-former RHOA Cynthia Bailey. I was booked on E!'s Nightly Pop but was fired after one day. I talk to Elisa Jordana, who has an unbelievable Hollywood true-life story to tell. She got her start on the Howard Stern show and later got engaged to Andy Dick. I ask, “What were you thinking?” She answers it all.Get EXTRA Juicy Scoop at:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoopMore: https://heathermcdonald.net Sponsors:www.sling.com/juicyraycon.com/juicy for 15% offurbanstems.com promo code JUICY15 for 15% offfetchrewards.comOluKai.comwww.ziprecruiter.com/juicysleepnumber.com/juicywww.betterhelp.com/heatherwww.naturaldiamonds.com 

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
Chrissy Teigen Told Me to F*ck Off! and E! Fired Me

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 91:55


TMZ and Pagesix reported on why Chrissy Teigen told me to f*CK off! I tell you all the juicy scoop here. Did Kyle tell the women at Andy's baby shower that Erika Jayne had financial and legal issues? Lisa Vanderpump claims Kyle did say it....? I give a career suggestion for now-former RHOA Cynthia Bailey. I was booked on E!'s Nightly Pop but was fired after one day. I talk to Elisa Jordana, who has an unbelievable Hollywood true-life story to tell. She got her start on the Howard Stern show and later got engaged to Andy Dick. I ask, “What were you thinking?” She answers it all.Get EXTRA Juicy Scoop at:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoopMore: https://heathermcdonald.net Sponsors:www.sling.com/juicyraycon.com/juicy for 15% offurbanstems.com promo code JUICY15 for 15% offfetchrewards.comOluKai.comwww.ziprecruiter.com/juicysleepnumber.com/juicywww.betterhelp.com/heatherwww.naturaldiamonds.com 

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
Chrissy Teigen Told Me to F*ck Off! and E! Fired Me

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 91:55


TMZ and Pagesix reported on why Chrissy Teigen told me to f*CK off! I tell you all the juicy scoop here. Did Kyle tell the women at Andy's baby shower that Erika Jayne had financial and legal issues? Lisa Vanderpump claims Kyle did say it....? I give a career suggestion for now-former RHOA Cynthia Bailey. I was booked on E!'s Nightly Pop but was fired after one day. I talk to Elisa Jordana, who has an unbelievable Hollywood true-life story to tell. She got her start on the Howard Stern show and later got engaged to Andy Dick. I ask, “What were you thinking?” She answers it all. Get EXTRA Juicy Scoop at: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoop More: https://heathermcdonald.net  Sponsors: www.sling.com/juicy raycon.com/juicy for 15% off urbanstems.com promo code JUICY15 for 15% off fetchrewards.com OluKai.com www.ziprecruiter.com/juicy sleepnumber.com/juicy www.betterhelp.com/heather www.naturaldiamonds.com   Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoop See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bass University Live
Kayak Special with Jody Queen

Bass University Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 97:11


Have you ever thought about taking on the lake by way of Kayak? Jody Queen has a proven track record of success in the kayak world. With the launch of the new CK series rod from our friends at cashion we break down all things kayak bassin.

Comedy Girl Crush
Comedy Girl Crush Ep. 39: CK Kimball

Comedy Girl Crush

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 64:54


CK Kimball is a writer, comedian, actress, horror connoisseur, producer, Jane of all trades. In this episode, CK talks horror, growing up in Virginia (which may have a lot to do with the first?), comedy, and burlesque. Her writing and video production work can regularly be found on The Tundra, and has been featured on Game Rant, Fangoria, and High Times.

Some Work, All Play
68. Long Run Physiology and Big Decision Swag

Some Work, All Play

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 79:23


We very sensually licked Dairy Queen cones before talking about long run structure and physiology, muscle breakdown and CK measurements, the problem with models, wedding dancing, and the framework for making big decisions. Plus a new Master Debaters segment! Thank you all! WOOHOO! WHOOP promo code for 15% off all memberships: SWAP join.whoop.com/swap

Aperture: A Claroty Podcast
Top 20 Secure PLC Coding Practices List

Aperture: A Claroty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 40:27


Martin Scheu and Dirk Rotermund of the Top 20 Secure PLC Coding Practices project join Claroty's Aperture podcast to discuss how engineers can integrate secure coding practices into PLC programming. The group's list of secure coding practices was released earlier this year and is available as a free download. It's a 44-page document that includes not only the list of secure coding practices, but also detailed guidance for each, and where they map to on certain frameworks such as MITRE ATT&CK. In this discussion, you'll learn more about how this project came together, the current state of PLC security by design, where current cybersecurity gaps exist, and how engineers can best make use of the guidance provided in the list of secure coding practices. 

No Apologies
No Apologies ep 413 You Were Right

No Apologies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 93:41


Its Darrell, Raf and CK are back together again to discuss stuff. This podcast is sponsored by Discount Comic Book Services http://www.dcbservice.com/index.aspx Instock Trades http://www.instocktrades.com/ This podcast is part of the TaylorNetwork which is a home to many great podcasts all available on Taylornetwork feed on Amazon Music, Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher radio and also google play

TaylorNetwork
No Apologies ep 413 You Were Right

TaylorNetwork

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 93:41


Its Darrell, Raf and CK are back together again to discuss stuff. This podcast is sponsored by Discount Comic Book Services http://www.dcbservice.com/index.aspx Instock Trades http://www.instocktrades.com/ This podcast is part of the TaylorNetwork which is a home to many great podcasts all available on Taylornetwork feed on Amazon Music, Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher radio and also google play

Instagram Insider Hacks
Episode 11: 6 Email providers for newsletter marketing

Instagram Insider Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 12:45


Today's episode covers how to choose email providers that will simplify your routine!   In this special series we've been bringing you all month long in September, we've discussed best practices for email list building. We started out with episode 8, 7 Link in bio apps for driving traffic, because if you're on Instagram, you need to be building an email list. It doesn't matter where you are. If you are an online marketer or trying to drive traffic somewhere, you need an email list! So go back and listen to episode eight, if you haven't caught it already. That one was a fun one. I did with my son and daughter, and we all just kind of conversed about these seven different options for Instagram Link In Bio. We have sample screenshots and links of all of them in the show notes for that episode.  Episode nine was about effective newsletter opt-ins for email list building. My special guest was Sarah Geringer and she taught us more about exactly how to do this and the different places to put it on your website. She also gave us a biblical spin on this and how to give your list up to God and how to honor your readers and to just treat them with respect. Episode 10, How to write newsletters they actually WANT to read. Click below for show notes! https://ruthiegray.mom/6-email-providers-for-newsletter-marketing/ Click below to visit the FREE sticky blogging workshop! https://stickyblogging.com/workshop-free?ref=124 Click below to take the Reels Personality Quiz! https://quiz.tryinteract.com/#/611fc03c688e1f0017ed5f53  Episode 8: 7 Link in bio apps for driving traffic https://ruthiegray.mom/ep-8-7-link-in-bio-apps-for-driving-traffic/ Episode 9: Effective Newsletter Opt-ins for email list building https://ruthiegray.mom/effective-newsletter-opt-ins-email-list-building/ Episode 10: How to write newsletters they actually WANT to read https://ruthiegray.mom/write-newsletters-they-want-to-read/     Now, for the email providers! Let's go through them one at a time.   1. Mailchimp   "I'm still with Mailchimp. I just clean out my list every time it looks like I'm getting close to the limit. It's one of the easy and it's free email providers, and I have it set up so I don't have to even think about it most of the time." - Dawn Klinge. Sarah Geringer says, "I am a loyal customer to MC if nothing goes wrong. I've used them for five years and plan to continue!"       Click image to visit website!     2. Mailerlite   "I still have my old SunSparkleShine email list on Mailchimp but I'm using (and liking) Mailerlite for my coaching site. I made the switch around the time MC said they'd be charging for multiple lists/groups." - Marva Smith   Click image to visit website!     3. GetResponse "I used GetResponse for awhile and am now switching to MailerLite. Lots of my clients had it and I liked the user friendly setup but I'm primarily using email now as an author, not a service provider and MailerLite is known for having a lot of great author-specific functions." -  Jillian Bright     Click image to visit website!   4. Flodesk "Flodesk $19.00 per month, and I absolutely love it!  Super easy, very strategic, lots of templates, sequences are awesome, very user friendly.  It was a smooth transition from MailChimp.  When I go to write a newsletter, everything is streamlined and easy. Video trainings too." - Wren Robbins     Click image to visit website!   5. Active Campaign  "I like Active Campaign for the best return and best number of opens, automation and customer service."  - Melanie Redd     Click image to visit website! 6. ConvertKit   "I love CK out of many email providers because 1. Email is their biz and we are who they serve, they keep it simple, basic, and always deliver.  2. Their customer service is second to none, and 3. Every time I've tried elsewhere I've returned to them knowing they are...

3 Spooked Girls
280: September's Listener Encounters 2021

3 Spooked Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 26:48


Hey Spooksters! Today we are bringing you this month's installment of your spooky tales! Get ready for lots of ghosts, demons, and more! Thank you to Apostrophe & Magic Spoon for sponsoring today's episode. Go to apostrophe.com/spookedgirls & click Begin Visit, then use our code SPOOKEDGIRLS at sign up, and you'll get fifteen dollars off your dermatology visit! Go to magicspoon.com/SPOOKEDGIRLS to grab a variety pack and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code SPOOKEDGIRLS at checkout to save five dollars off your order! Thank you to our newest Patrons/those who have increased their donations this month: Sandra, John, Lori, Amanda, Mayra, Keri, Lauren, Mary, Brittney, & Jes Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon,  & more  https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to 3spookedgirls@gmail.com Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music!  Thank you to CK for assisting with editing!

Malicious Life
The MITRE ATT&CK Framework [ML B-Side]

Malicious Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 24:13


In some ways, cyber security is like Art - and that's not a good thing… MITRE's ATT&CK framework tries to make sense of the collective knowledge of the security community, and share that knowledge so that cyber defence become less an art form, and more about using the correct tools and technique. Nate Nelson, our Sr. producer, talks with Israel Barak - Cybereaon's CISO and a regular guest of our podcast - about MITRE ATT&CK, and how it can help your organization stay safe.

3 Spooked Girls
279: Spookster Club Select - Donald Newbury

3 Spooked Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 21:42


Hey Spooksters! Today's episode is dedicated to our patron, Erica! Erica chose the case of Donald Newbury. Donald was the third member of the Texas 7. The Texas 7 was responsible for the fatal shooting of 29-year-old Aubrey Hawkins, a police officer who interrupted the fugitives' robbery of a sporting goods store on Christmas Eve in 2000. The killing occurred 11 days after the convicts had escaped jail.  Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon,  & more  https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to 3spookedgirls@gmail.com Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music!  Thank you to CK for assisting with editing!

Murder Metal Mayhem
Episode 152 - Lonnie Franklin: The Grim Sleeper

Murder Metal Mayhem

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 132:16


Pete, Chris, and Joey rip another to shreds, this time with a feature on LA's Grim Sleeper, Lonnie Franklin.  His reign of terror in South Central LA during the 80s, 90s, and 2000s was the stuff of nightmares.  The guys discuss the crimes and his eventual capture so many years later thanks to DNA.  They're joined in the studio by 666 Club member, Mason Robertson.CK calls in to discuss the band, Attacker, Joey and Chris talk about the wild Full Terror Assault show, a new Killer Cage Match, karaoke destruction, and much more.Music by Attacker, Bat, and Carcass.Brought to you by Pete Altieri (author).66fuckin6 music by Onslaught.Visit Harold Schecter online and order his books.Order Pete's new book, Creation of Chaos III now!  Download his audiobook on Audible here.Follow Joey's Goremonger page for updates on his music and his distro, FTA Records.Go to Murder Metal Mayhem to listen to our show!Order one of the new MMM shirts with the zombie design from Jeff Gaither!Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, and Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Join the 666 Club and become a Patreon supporter of the show.  Only $3 a month for bonus content, VIP access, discounts on merch and more!Check out Pete's other podcast on horror, Voice Of Dread.Karaoke by I Kill Karaoke

TaylorNetwork
No Apologies ep 412 Not On Leg Day

TaylorNetwork

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 188:19


For this one its Darrell, Raf and CK as we catch up over the mini hiatus. CK talks about his trip to Disney with many random conversations happening along the way. CK puts himself to sleep before we give Raf an intervention. This podcast is sponsored by Discount Comic Book Services http://www.dcbservice.com/index.aspx Instock Trades http://www.instocktrades.com/ This podcast is part of the TaylorNetwork which is a home to many great podcasts all available on Taylornetwork feed on Amazon Music, Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher radio and also google play

No Apologies
No Apologies ep 412 Not On Leg Day

No Apologies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 188:19


For this one its Darrell, Raf and CK as we catch up over the mini hiatus. CK talks about his trip to Disney with many random conversations happening along the way. CK puts himself to sleep before we give Raf an intervention. This podcast is sponsored by Discount Comic Book Services http://www.dcbservice.com/index.aspx Instock Trades http://www.instocktrades.com/ This podcast is part of the TaylorNetwork which is a home to many great podcasts all available on Taylornetwork feed on Amazon Music, Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher radio and also google play

3 Spooked Girls
278: 48 Hours: The Secrets of Chad Daybell's Backyard

3 Spooked Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 45:55


Hey Spooksters! Today we are recapping the 48 hours special on the Tylee and JJ case. This is also the first interview that Chad Daybell's children have ever done. Today's promo is from Tara & Matt's new podcast Concession Corner! Thank you to Apostrophe & Magic Spoon for sponsoring today's episode. Go to apostrophe.com/spookedgirls & click Begin Visit, then use our code SPOOKEDGIRLS at sign up, and you'll get fifteen dollars off your dermatology visit! Go to magicspoon.com/SPOOKEDGIRLS to grab a variety pack and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code SPOOKEDGIRLS at checkout to save five dollars off your order! Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon,  & more  https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to 3spookedgirls@gmail.com Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music!  Thank you to CK for assisting with editing!

Fed Watch - Bitcoin and Macro
August Bitcoin Review with Dylan LeClair - FED 63

Fed Watch - Bitcoin and Macro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 52:12


The Deep Dive by Bitcoin Magazine is the most comprehensive, up-to-date newsletter out there. Dylan LeClair is leading this formidable project, and in today's episode, he joins CK and Ansel Linder to talk about some of the findings from August. Of course, we cannot talk about Bitcoin without touching on the history that is currently being made in El Salvador. We dive into some of the charts that have been included in the report, like hodler net position change chart, the hash rate ribbon chart, and the energy value chart. You may think that a report about Bitcoin only includes insights about Bitcoin, but this is far from true. There are some incredible macro findings, and we talk about issues like debt, inflation, deflation, and even the worldwide semiconductor shortage. We realize how interconnected everything is, which is why talking about it all makes so much sense. Tune in to hear this and so much more!

Chris Kamrani discusses Utah vs BYU, Cougs to Big-12, Utes expectations + more

"The Drive" with Spence Checketts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 28:03


The Athletic's Chris Kamrani joins The Drive to discuss Holy War no. 101, BYU breaking the streak/joining the Big-12, Utah hoping to bounce back vs SDSU, RSL latest, CK's piece on an upcoming Ken Burns documentary + more

Murder Metal Mayhem
Bonus Patreon Episode - Al Capone

Murder Metal Mayhem

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 76:55


Pete, Chris, Joey, and CK throw down a bonus episode for the members of their 666 Club, the Patreon supporters.  This time they discuss the original gangster, Al Capone.  They detail his crazy life and rise to power in Chicago and beyond.Included is an interview they did with Bob Weiss, owner of Shaker's Cigar Bar in Milwaukee, where Al and Ralph Capone ran a speakeasy during Prohibition.Brought to you by Spellbound FX and Art - a dark and disturbing artwork.  Visit their website for an amazing online catalog and support underground indie artists.Visit Shaker's Cigar Bar in Milwaukee today!Follow Joey's Goremonger page for updates on his music and his distro, FTA Records.Check out Stuck Up Sticker Company and get stickers, banners, and more! Go to Murder Metal Mayhem to listen to our show!Order one of the new MMM shirts with the zombie design from Jeff Gaither!Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, and Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Join the 666 Club and become a Patreon supporter of the show.  Only $3 a month for bonus content, VIP access, discounts on merch and more!Go to PeteAltieri.com to buy Pete's books and get the latest on what he's doing writing horror stories and novels!Check out Pete's other podcast on horror, Voice Of Dread.

How to Decorate
Ep. 218: fashion designer & creative director & author Barbara de Vries

How to Decorate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 53:09


Our guest today, Barbara de Vries, has a most impressive and varied background as a creative. Her prolific career includes launching CK at Calvin Klein, working on projects for Ralph Lauren and Pantone, creating her own fashion line, and co-founding her own publishing and media company. She also worked as a model and an environmental activist. Today we talk to Barbara about her new book, Coming Home: Modern Rustic, Creative Living in Dutch Interiors. What You'll Hear on This Episode: Barbara's adventurous career path. How Barbara's Dutch lineage has inspired her philosophy and style. The difference between using the old and the new in the US vs. Europe. How the work from home movement is evolving our spaces. Cultural differences make a big difference in kitchen size and design. Why we all can benefit from using more daily conservation efforts. A Decorating Dilemma about the power of well-adjusted drapes. What can we learn about Dutch Interior Design to take into our own homes? Barbara was a model and an environmental activist? Decorating Dilemma  I must say I have never seen a house with all the ceilings painted before and I understand that not being your style. Ideally, you would paint all over everything. If your budget doesn't allow it, though, then I would advise painting the ceilings white. Your house would immediately come much lighter and bright. Going room by room, I would buy 2 paintings and a mirror for the dining to the wall to the left of your window. I wouldn't worry about a rug because the light reflects beautifully on the natural wood floor. Drapes could also make it look cozier in there. I would get large vases and keep fresh flowers in there. I would also paint the wall below the staircase and the hallway ceiling white. I would live with the terracotta in your living room and maybe add some pieces that reflect that color. If there isn't a rug in there, I would get a rug that picks up on those colors. And if you don't want to paint, maybe try tile underneath the cabinets. If all the suggestions are too much work, I would definitely start with the white ceilings, white dining room, and white panel on the stairs. It's a great, sunny space! We would love to see the after photos! Mentioned in This Episode: Barbara de Vries Going Dutch Interiors on Instagram TED Talk - Plastic is Forever Coming Home: Modern Rustic, Creative Living in Dutch Interiors

3 Spooked Girls
277: The Dark Origins of Nursery Rhymes

3 Spooked Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 41:42


Hey Spooksters! Today we will be diving into the dark origin stories that have inspired our beloved children's nursery rhymes! Today's promo is from Military Murder. Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode! Go to www.betterhelp.com/spookedgirls for 10% off your first month. Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon, tickets to our 3rd Podaversary virtual event & more  https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to 3spookedgirls@gmail.com Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music!  Thank you to CK for assisting with editing!

C3 Panthers Podcast: Carolina Panthers
New York Jets at Carolina Panthers || C3 Post game show!!!

C3 Panthers Podcast: Carolina Panthers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 148:57


Join Tony, Cody, CK, and Greg to react to the Panthers VS Jets! Tony @cat_chronicles Cody @CodyLac CK @codizzle_allen Greg @thebatdaddy52 Call into the show at 252-228-5098. Discord: https://discord.gg/u6dkkVCT C3 Panthers Podcast: http://overtime.media/nfl/c3-panthers-podcast-carolina-panthers PayPal: paypal.me/tonydunn paypal.me/Codylac C3 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/C3CarolinaPanthersPodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Let's Talk Bitcoin Network
Bitcoin Spaces - Bitcoin Day in El Salvador

The Let's Talk Bitcoin Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021


As El Salvador announces Bitcoin as legal tender, and the world looks on in wonder at this amazing example of progress, we host a fascinating roundtable conversation on the important aspects of this news. CK, Aaron Van Wirdum, Alex Gladstein, Mike Peterson, Romero Martinez, and several others talk about the rollout, the public reception, Bukele's role, and first impressions of the Chivo Wallet. The conversation also covers some of the background leading up to this momentous time, and a few surprising experiences from our panel, including the ability to pay for a breakfast at McDonald's already! We look at challenges to wider adoption and acceptance of Bitcoin as the main currency, how integration will work with regard to enterprise business, and how the infrastructure and power grid of the country might be able to support Bitcoin mining as it scales. So, to get the latest on these hugely important shifts, and how a small country is leading the charge for the rest of the world to follow, make sure to tune in!

3 Spooked Girls
276: Vital Conversations - Into the field of Paranormal Investigating ft. Michael of Glowing Ghost Paranormal

3 Spooked Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 51:25


Hey Spooksters! Today we are bringing you something new that will fall under the series title of Vital Conversations. This will range from spooky topics such as individuals in the paranormal investigation field, those who have experienced living in haunted houses first hand, individuals in the true crime field and more. We absolutely feel honored and love sharing cases and stories with you all, but feel this will be an added bonus nugget every so often for you all to enjoy.  In today's interview, we have Michael from Glowing Ghost Paranormal. He is an awesome investigator who strives to always educate his audience, bring the truth, and also a splash of humor. We hope you enjoy! To connect with Michael, check out his content, & more https://beacons.ai/glowingghostparanormal  Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon, tickets to our 3rd Podaversary virtual event & more  https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to 3spookedgirls@gmail.com Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music!  Thank you to CK for assisting with editing!

Murder Metal Mayhem
Episode 151 - Ilse Koch: The Bitch of Buchenwald

Murder Metal Mayhem

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 110:55


Pete, Chris, and Joey shred another one with a feature on the German war criminal, Ilse Koch, known as the Bitch of Buchenwald for her reign of terror from 1937 to 1941.  Her horrible crimes are discussed including her penchant for collecting human skin.CK calls in to talk about the German band, Vendetta, plus other heavy metal news.  Pete shares a couple funny stories in mayhem, a new Killer Cage Match, karaoke destruction, and more.Music by Vendetta, Sodom, and Skeleton Pit.Brought to you by Pete Altieri (author).66fuckin6 music by Onslaught.Visit Harold Schecter online and order his books.Order Pete's new book, Creation of Chaos III now!  Download his audiobook on Audible here.Follow Joey's Goremonger page for updates on his music and his distro, FTA Records.Go to Murder Metal Mayhem to listen to our show!Order one of the new MMM shirts with the zombie design from Jeff Gaither!Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, and Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Join the 666 Club and become a Patreon supporter of the show.  Only $3 a month for bonus content, VIP access, discounts on merch and more!Check out Pete's other podcast on horror, Voice Of Dread.Karaoke by I Kill Karaoke

Bitcoin Magazine
Making Bitcoin Successful in El Salvador with Jose Lemus

Bitcoin Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 46:58


Today CK sits down with Jose Lemus, the founder of IBEX Mercado, to talk about the exciting developments in the El Salvadorian Bitcoin space! At the time of this recording, Bitcoin is about to be announced as legal tender in the country, and so by the time you listen to this conversation, that will be official! While this is exciting news for El Salvador, its people, and future, there is still some way to go before Bitcoin and the Lightning Network will be able to truly spread in the country and impact its economy on a massive scale. Jose shares some of his insider perspectives on the El Salvadorian situation and we talk about some of the potential hurdles, Bitcoin's scalability, the vision for IBEX, and the forthcoming months following the big announcement about Bitcoin becoming legal tender. Jose is dedicated and passionate about the spread of this technology and his long-term perspective and big picture mentality are hugely inspiring. For all this, be sure to listen in with us today!

Creepy Kingdom Podcast Network
The Weekly Creepy 9-5-21

Creepy Kingdom Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 69:58


Join host Sara, along with CK's founder James, for this week's episode! They'll be chatting about Shang-Chi & The Legend of the Ten Rings, opening night of Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights, and always, tons more!

Talking USMLE
Getting The Most Out of USMLE World

Talking USMLE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 18:43


In today's episode, we're sharing our recent USMLE Coach's Corner episode where we talked about the correct way to use a USMLE question bank.Want to work with us? Visit usmleguys.com to learn how we can help you pass your USMLE exams.It's important that you know the best way to use a question bank so you can get the most out of your USMLE Step 1 or Step 2 CK preparation efforts. Don't forget to follow us on YouTube, where we post our best USMLE prep tips & tricks: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheUSMLEPreparationCompanyFREE RESOURCES:(1) USMLE Step 1 Fast Facts (Study on your phone): https://theupc.net/ff(2) USMLE Step 2 CK Fast Facts: https://theupc.net/ck-ff

3 Spooked Girls
275: Spookster Club Vault - Karla Faye Tucker

3 Spooked Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 44:00


Hey Spooksters! Today we wanted to share something from the Vault! Karla Faye Tucker was the first woman to be executed in the United States since Velma Barfield in 1984 in North Carolina, and the first in Texas since Chipita Rodriguez in 1863, after killing 2 people extremely violently with a pickaxe. Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode! Go to www.betterhelp.com/spookedgirls for 10% off your first month. Check out the following link for our socials, Patreon, tickets to our 3rd Podaversary virtual event & more  https://linktr.ee/3spookedgirls Have a personal true crime story or paranormal encounter you'd like to share with us? Send us an email over to 3spookedgirls@gmail.com Thank you to Sarah Hester Ross for our intro music!  Thank you to CK for assisting with editing!

Chris Kamrani on CFB expansion/alliances, BYU Big-12(?), USMNT, RSL + more

"The Drive" with Spence Checketts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 33:10


Live from a hammock, it's Chris Kamrani... CK discusses the latest in CFB expansion/alliance talk, BYU and the Big-12(?), Utah vs Weber St., USMNT, RSL latest + more