1995 film by Amy Heckerling
"Do you have any idea what you're talking about?""No. Why, does it sound like I do?"We couldn't have said it better ourselves. That's right, folks. This month the gang goes back to high school as we dive into 1995's Clueless. So put on your white collarless shirt from Fred Segal and let's rollin' with the homies! If your fashion allows, feel free to follow us on Twitter @MovieVBPod and email us at email@example.com
Ben Maller talks about Rams HC Sean McVay saying he was unaware of the point spread when deciding to kick a FG late against the 49ers, the Colts decision to run Anthony Richardson, Too Much or Not Enough, the Iowa Minute w/ Iowa Sam, and more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
High school is enormously challenging - we attempt to find ourselves in a world projecting a million expectations. Understandably, our teenage past influences our adult present, but in what ways? This week, Mory & Melissa go back to school, and they've got a three-part syllabus. First, why does popularity become such a big deal at fourteen? Second, why do we talk about teenage rebellion so dismissively and how can we raise our compassion for it? Third, why do we experience so many of our peers “peaking” in high school? Tune in for nostalgia about lunch period, a debate about the best high school movie (it's Clueless), and a heavy dose of empathy for teenagers - and parents - just trying to connect with their own inner truths."Juvenoia" by Vsauce: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LD0x7ho_IYcTo submit questions for future episodes: https://forms.gle/ZhSKGveWox33GvFq6Follow Mory on insta: https://www.instagram.com/moryfontanez/
MATCHES, MATCHES, WE DON'T NEED NO STINKING MATCHES: Join me and filmmaker Elizabeth Blake-Thomas as we talk Amy Heckerling's classic Clueless and George Cukor's hidden gem, The Model and the Marriage Broker. “As if”. Matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a match. Find me a find, catch me a catch…Sounds like it's time for Episode 107 of Pop Art, the podcast where we find the pop culture in art and the art in pop culture. It's the podcast where my guest chooses a movie from popular culture, and I'll select a film from the more art/classic/indie side of cinema with a connection to it. For this episode, I am happy to welcome as my guest, director, writer, producer and actor Elizabeth Blake-Thomas, who has chosen as her film Clueless, while I have chosen The Model and the Marriage Broker, both films about matchmakers who may or may not be that good at their job. And in this episode, we answer such questions as: What was Paul Rudd's film debut? Why do we play matchmaker? What is it about these adaptations of classics of literature placed in high school? Why did Fox's head Daryl F. Zanuck not push Model… preventing it from becoming more successful than it was? What did film execs at Warners want changed in the roles at first that put Clueless into turnaround? Who is the lead in The Model… and what is their billing? How much was the costume budget on Clueless? What TV star debuted in The Model…? Where does Amy Heckerling appear? Check out Blake-Thomas's IMDB page at https://www.imdb.com/name/nm6230910/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0_tt_0_nm_8_q_elizabeth%2520blake-thomas And be on the lookout for Shadrach and Karma's a Bitch. Check out my blog at https://howardcasner.wordpress.com/ My books, More Rantings and Ravings of a Screenplay Reader, The Starving Artists and Other Stories and The Five Corporations and One True Religion can be found at https://www.amazon.com/s?k=howard+casner&ref=nb_sb_noss Be sure to like, follow or comment on my podcast. I'd love to know what you think. And check out the other episodes. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/howard-casner/support
Dealing with grief is a personal journey, and sometimes, people don't know what to say. In this heartfelt discussion, Michelle Bader Ebersole and Mark Massaro share their experiences with some of the well-intentioned but hurtful comments they've received while grieving the loss of their spouses. From common phrases like 'God needed another angel' to 'You'll find someone else,' they shed light on the things that are often said but may not provide the comfort we seek in our darkest moments. Join Michelle and Mark as they highlight the importance of understanding and empathy when supporting those who are grieving. Learn why it's crucial to show grace to people who may not fully comprehend the depth of your pain. Discover how Grief Recovery can help navigate these challenges and gain insights into the myths and misconceptions surrounding grief. In this candid conversation, you'll find solace in knowing that you're not alone in your grief journey and that it's okay to feel the way you do. Ultimately, it's a reminder that everyone's grief is unique, and there's no one-size-fits-all approach to healing. Subscribe to our podcast for more discussions on grief recovery, coping with loss, and finding hope in the midst of pain." If you have been touched by this podcast, please consider donating to the non-profit we are under, Widow Goals. In addition to this podcast, Widow Goals provides Grief Recovery Classes, Social Media support, resources, and local and soon-to-be national events. You can give tax-free here; thank you! Click Here to apply to be a guest on Widowed 2 Soon Click here to get a free copy of Chapter 1 of our upcoming book, Widowed 2 Soon! Click here to set up a call with Michelle to discuss the Grief Recovery Method and if it could be a good fit for you. Follow Michelle on TikTok Link to Michelle's Books, Widow Checklist, and More Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/widowed2soon_/ https://www.instagram.com/widowgoals Join our Facebook Page Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Nonprofit Widow Goals --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/widowed2soon/message
Alright Travis! This week something told us to not discount Miss Geist, and frankly, as if. We're finally discussing Clueless! We have much to say about the queer and cringe of Christian, Dionne being the smartest person in the room, Best Supporting Brittany Murphy and the critical importance of Ambular, who would never wear something from Judy's. The Cher and Josh love story may always feel like a bit of a Monet and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones may be a glaring reminder of the 90s ska craze, but this movie is an otherwise total Betty that we will certainly see again, and we hope not sporadically. Want even more Alright Mary? Become a Matreon at the Sister Mary level to get access to our thoughts on the shows we're watching currently, plus movie reviews and past seasons of US Drag Race, UK, Canada, Down Under, Philippines and more.Join us at our OnlyMary's level for EVEN MORE movie reviews, brackets, and deep dives into our personal lives!Patreon: www.patreon.com/alrightmaryEmail: email@example.comInstagram: @alrightmarypodJohnny: @johnnyalso (Instagram)Colin: @colindrucker_ (Instagram)Web: www.alrightmary.comThis episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/alrightmary!
We are sitting down with Ashley Hoffman, who is doing her 104 90s movies tournament. Check out this episode to see what she thinks is the best 90s Movie ever. If you want to do your tournament, please contact us, and we will set it up. Here are the movies in the bracket: KIDS (1995)BASIC INSTINCT (1992)POETIC JUSTICE (1993)HALF BAKED (1998)Sleepless In Seattle (1993)PULP FICTION (1994)The Green Mile (1999)THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION (1994)THE ROCK (1996)THE LION KING (1994)MEN IN BLACK (1997)TITANIC (1997)AS GOOD AS IT GETS (1997)THE BIG LEBOWSKI (1998)AUSTIN POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY (1997)THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (1999)The Boondock Saints (1999)JURASSIC PARK (1993)THE THIN RED LINE (1998)TOY STORY 2 (1999)THE CROW (1994)THELMA & LOUISE (1991)What About Bob? (1991)THE MATRIX (1999)AMERICAN HISTORY X (1998)SCHINDLER'S LIST (1993)THREE KINGS (1999)FIGHT CLUB (1999)FROM DUSK TILL DAWN (1996)FRIDAY (1995)THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS (1993)CLUELESS (1995)FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS (1998)TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991)SPACE JAM (1996)GOODFELLAS (1990)WAYNE'S WORLD (1992)L.A. CONFIDENTIAL (1997)HACKERS (1995)SAVING PRIVATE RYAN (1998)DAZED AND CONFUSED (1993)SCREAM (1996)HAPPY GILMORE (1996)THE IRON GIANT (1999)NEVER BEEN KISSED (1999)TOMMY BOY (1995)THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY (1998)don't be a menace to south central while drinking your juice in the hood (1996)SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE (1998)UNFORGIVEN (1992)BRAVEHEART (1995)BOYZ N THE HOOD (1991)THE SANDLOT (1993)10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU (1999)Bad Boys (1995)HOOK (1991)ALADDIN (1992)FARGO (1996)TOMBSTONE (1993)GROUNDHOG DAY (1993)CASINO (1995)Devil in a Blue Dress (1995)SPEED (1994)TOY STORY (1995)HOME ALONE (1990)GOOD WILL HUNTING (1997)SISTER ACT (1992)THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (1991)HE GOT GAME (1998)CLERKS (1994)WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S ROMEO & JULIET (1996)OFFICE SPACE (1999)THE CRYING GAME (1992)PRETTY WOMAN (1990)AMERICAN BEAUTY (1999)HEAT (1995)Last Action Hero (1993)GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS (1992)INDEPENDENCE DAY (1996)Leon: THE PROFESSIONAL (1994)POINT BREAK (1991)BOOGIE NIGHTS (1997)MRS. DOUBTFIRE (1993)AMERICAN PIE (1999)BABE (1995)SEVEN (1995)HOUSE PARTY (1990)BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (1991)ARMY OF DARKNESS (1992)EDWARD SCISSORHANDS (1990)FORREST GUMP (1994)THE TRUMAN SHOW (1998)FACE/OFF (1997)RESERVOIR DOGS (1992)SWINGERS (1996)THE USUAL SUSPECTS (1995)GALAXY QUEST (1999)Liar Liar (1997)TOTAL RECALL (1990)TRAINSPOTTING (1996)DUMB & DUMBER (1994)THE FIFTH ELEMENT (1997)THE FUGITIVE (1993)THE SIXTH SENSE (1999) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/support
Our R.L. Stine Indiana Jones series may be over, but there's like 10 more of these Indy multiparty books, and we'll get to them all. Today, we're joined by returning favorite Mark Stay and his son George to discuss Indiana Jones and the Cup of the Vampire, a book in which Indy and you, his employee, help protect Indy's friend who is maybe a vampire. It barely feels like an Indy story, if we're being honest. Check out Mark Stay's writing! https://markstaywrites.com/ Look for George Stay as a featured extra in Netflix's Anatomy of a Scandal! Subscribe to our Patreon!: patreon.com/authorizedpod Follow us on Twitter: Twitter.com/authorizedpod Bluesky: https://bsky.app/profile/authorizedpod.bsky.social Instagram: instagram.com/authorizedpod Follow us on letterboxd: letterboxd.com/AOverbye/ letterboxd.com/hsblechman/ letterboxd.com/johnnypomatto/ letterboxd.com/mattchstickman/ Thursday on Authorized: We watched the Clueless tv show --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/authorizedpod/support
Johnny, a wild and impulsive podcast producer is living precariously on the edge of completely losing control of his tech, and he's forced to dig deep to unlock the resolve he needs to survive. On Episode 581 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss the Shudder Exclusive film Perpetrator from director Jennifer Reeder! We also discuss the exploitation of others, that time Beetlejuice punched Double J in the dick, and vengeful Whoopie Pies! So grab your dad's ultimate set of tools to fix any issues that may arise, prepare your blood pool floaties, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Friday the 13th, Energy Drinks, Hack and Slash, podcast upgrades, Buttcracks for sale, going steady with Spotify, Mark Harmon, Summer School, Walking Without Rhythm, Wes Anderson movies, Hootie and the Blow, yayo, Penny Marshall, A League of Their Own, Big, Dennis Rodman, Ween, nitrous balloons, Metalocalypse, live unboxing, Vinegar Syndrome, missing cats, killer whoopie pies, peanut allergies, Howard Stern, Saw X, Nicole Kidman's AMC commercial, Artie Lange, Liza Minelli, Anal Ring Toss, WCW, Martin Short, Chris Jericho, Eric Bischoff, Richard Kind, Christopher Lowell, Alicia Silverstone, Tony Todd, Perpetrator, Shudder, My Best Friend's Exorcism, Michael Shannon, Jennifer Reeder, Saw, Body Horror, living in a patriarchal society, Jim Ross, Clueless, Killing of a Sacred Deer, Yorgos Lanthimos, tech issues, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Silence of the Lambs, internalized misogyny, Val Kilmer, MacGruber, the exploitation of women, bloody body horror, David Cronenberg, Ron Perlman, Apple Music, Metalocalypse, The Last Voyage of the Demeter, Andre Ovredal, Trollhunter, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, and The Wanton Whoopie Pie.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
We're back this week to discuss the back-to-school films of Amy Heckerling! Heckerling is responsible for some generation-defining movies: Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Clueless, and Loser. Plus: Danny Masterson is going to jail for a long, long time.
Back in 2012 a young lady was walking through Hyde Park with her sister. There was a triathlon taking place and she recognised the names of some of the athletes as ones she had raced against in prior running events. It was the London Olympic Triathlon and she heard Vicky Holland's name. At that time India Lee was taking a sabbatical from her running career and looking for something different. Her coach didn't want to see her stop competing, so he suggested triathlon. Seeing the race in Hyde Park India thought, “Why not?” and so she entered her first triathlon at Blenheim. In the 10 years since, she has won an ITU World Cup event in Italy, finished first in Ironman 70.3 events, raced at The Ironman World Championships and won ‘The Championship' event hosted by Challenge in Samorin. This is the story of how India Lee turned herself from a top class runner into a world class triathlete. The good and the bad of a US university running scholarship (10:30) Burn out (16:20) Clueless in the swimming pool (20:40) Taking control (30:15) Learning valuable lessons at the Rio test event (35:10) Racing 70.3 - “It's so nice” (51:00) Dealing with adversity - bike nightmares (52:30) No gears but still the winner of The Championship (1:08:50) To find out more about India Lee and her racing experiences you can follow her on Instagram @indielee_tri Her favourite book is Do hard things by Steve Magness She also likes listening to these podcasts - Revisionists History with Malcolm Gladwell. - No Stupid Questions - Freakonomics Radio To contact Beth regarding Life Coaching, please email her at Info@BethanyWardLifeCoaching.uk. To leave a review of the podcast on Apple podcasts CLICK HERE. Sports Nutrition questions - if you have a sports nutrition question that you would like answered on the podcast, please email it to me via Beth@TheTriathlonCoach.com. Join our SWAT/High Performance Human tribe using this link, with a happiness guarantee! You can watch a brief video about the group by going to our website here, and join our SWAT High Performance Human tribe here. Purchase a copy of my High Performance Human e-book featuring more than 30 top tips on how to upgrade your life. If you would like to help offset the cost of our podcast production, we would be so grateful. Please click here to support the HPH podcast. Thank you! Visit Simon's website for more information about his coaching programmes. Links to all of Simon's social media channels can be found here. For any questions please email Beth@TheTriathlonCoach.com.
Jack discuss Nancy Pelosi seeking reelction at 83 years old and why this is a perfect example of why we need term limits. Also, the current state of the GOP shows they are clueless when it comes to conservatives. And a crazy Democrat in Virginia that... we'll you'll hear. And maybe more....
Jude starts classes, Mac visits mom, Kat visits Dad, Sam visits Indiana, the Barrons struggle to find something to watch, and we talk about viewing the gospel through the eyes of a medieval… and the traditional Act of Contrition. Movies & TV: The Greatest Beer Run Ever Greyhound Afterparty Season 2 Podcast mentioned: The Symbolic World episode on reading literature like a medieval. Other great stuff we like: Sam's Instagram Pacem in Terris retreat center Picnic Blanket Restoration of Christian Culture from Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey Restoration of Christian Culture PDF Spiritual Direction.com Sam's podcast: To Interview Them https://www.fatimafarm.com/ liturgical calendar from Sofia institute Press Wyoming Catholic Gregory the Great's St. Nicholas Guild Total Consecration to Jesus Through Mary Mac's Woodworking Shop Mac's Online Woodcraft Store Mac's book! Clueless in Galilee Please support us through Patreon Find us on our website Our libsyn page where you can find all our old episodes Theme song by Mary Bragg. Our other show: Spoiled! with Mac and Katherine We use Amazon affiliate links. We may get a little kickback if you use the link above to purchase from Amazon.
In this episode, we read chapters 27 to 31 of Emma. We talk about the entwined group of people who visit one another, how so many scenes read differently the second time through, Miss Bates's monologues, Jane and the piano, reactions to the plan of having a ball, and Emma encouraging Harriet to stop thinking about Mr Elton. The character we discuss is Harriet Smith, and Ellen talks about illegitimacy. In the popular culture section, Harriet talks about the 1995 modernisation Clueless.Also, we are now on Instagram, at reading_jane_austen.Things we mention:General discussion:John Mullan, What Matters in Jane Austen?: Twenty Crucial Puzzles Solved (2012)Character discussion:Edith Lank, ‘“The word was blunder”: Who was Harriet Smith's Mother?‘ Persuasions 7, 1985: 14-15Helena Kelly, Jane Austen, the Secret Radical (2016)Historical discussion:Max Weber (1864-1920)Claire Tomalin, Charles Dickens (2011)Christine Kenyon Jones, ‘Ambiguous Cousinship: Mansfield Park and the Mansfield Family‘ Persuasions On-line 31 (1), 2010BBC, Olivia Colman episode of Who Do You Think You Are (2018), Season 15, Episode 2Popular culture discussion:Main version considered:Paramount Pictures, Clueless (1995) – starring Alicia Silverstone and Paul RuddOther 1990s/2000s high school films based on classic literature10 Things I Hate About You (1999), based on The Taming of the ShrewCruel Intentions(1999), based on Les Liaisons dangereusesShe's All That (1999), based on Pygmalion / My Fair LadyO (2001), based on OthelloShe's the Man(2006), based on Twelfth NightEasy A (2010), based on The Scarlet Letter For a list of music used, see this episode on our website.
Among the many bands bringing excellent power pop/punk to the mainstream in the 90s, floating slightly above the rest were Chicago's Smoking Popes. Probably best known for their song "Need You Around" featured on the Clueless soundtrack, the band released some excellent albums there for a while that stood out thanks to the power of the riffs and the unmistakable croon of Josh Caterer. Once Josh converted to Christianity, he felt he couldn't continue in the same way, so the band went from top priority to secondary. They continue to put out strong material, just on their own schedule. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of their debut, Get Fired was just released on vinyl for the first time with a couple bonus tracks, including a surprising cover. Josh and I get into all of it. Enjoy! www.smokingpopesmusic.com www.patreon.com/thehustlepod
In this episode of the Copyblogger podcast, host Tim Stoddart interviews Charles Miller, a freelancer, entrepreneur, and coach. They discuss Charles' journey into the world of online writing and how he discovered his passion for it. Charles shares his origin story, highlighting his initial interest in e-commerce and his pursuit of self-employment. Cool Stuff mentioned in the show: Charles Miller's Website Follow Charles on Twitter (X) Follow Tim on Twitter (X) Learn how to get more traffic, more leads, and more high paying clients. Listeners of this podcast get $50 off their yearly membership to Copyblogger Academy. Click the link and start seeing success in as little as 30 days. Write like a pro, everywhere you write. I personally use this tool every week to write a curated newsletter. Quillbot is a paraphrasing tool that takes large pieces of information and summarizes them quickly to a few hundred words. I use it every day and it's helped me build a curated newsletter audience in half the time.
Angela and Paul are back with another episode to get the week behind you and give yourself the luxury of escape. Shoes off, feet up, open a bottle and chill out..... Angela's music (Facebook page): www.facebook.com/AngelaMcCluskeyMusic/ Paul Cantelon (IMDb page): www.imdb.com/name/nm0134508/ Wild Colonials: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2B8kCQgl0lpItXCkGXIrEx?si=tg5opgrsRLuqwJd3mDv6hA
Dr. Matt Koester // #FitnessAthleteFriday // www.ptonice.com In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, Endurance Athlete faculty member Matt Koester discusses the evolution of cycling pedals, including clipped in riding, and changes in the safety & efficiency of clipless pedals. Take a listen to the episode or read the episode transcription below. If you're looking to learn professional bike fitting from our Endurance Athlete division, check out our live physical therapy courses. Check out our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab. EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION 00:00 INTRO Hey everybody, welcome to today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show. Before we get started with today's episode, I just want to take a moment and talk about our show's sponsor, Jane. If you don't know about Jane, Jane is an all-in-one practice management software that offers a fully integrated payment solution called Jane Payments. Although the world of payment processing can be complex, Jane Payments was built to help make things as simple as possible to help you get paid, and it's very easy to get started. Here's how you can get started. Go on over to jane.app slash payments and book a one-on-one demo with a member of Jane's support team. This can give you a better sense of how Jane Payments can integrate with your practice by seeing some popular features in action. Once you know you're ready to get started, you can sign up for Jane. If you're following on the podcast, you can use the code ICEPT1MO for a one-month grace period while you get settled with your new account. Once you're in your new Jane account, you can flip the switch for Jane Payments at any time. Ideally, as soon as you get started, you can take advantage of Jane's time and money saving features. It only takes a few minutes and you can start processing online payments right away. Jane's promise to you is transparent rates and unlimited support from a team that truly cares. Find out more at jane.app slash physical therapy. Thanks everybody. Enjoy today's episode of the P10i's Daily Show. 01:26 MATT KOESTER Alright guys, welcome to another episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show. I'm Matt Koester, lead faculty in the endurance athlete division with a specific specialty in bike fit. The title of today's episode, clipped in, clipless and clueless. I want to spend a little time today diving into a topic that I think is really fun. It's also really, really confusing, especially for people who don't understand the cycling industry, the cycling world. It's a very, very basic part of terminology that I think will help you to get a little bit more credibility having conversations with cyclists when you're discussing the pain that they're experiencing. Before we dive fully in on the topics for today though, I do want to take a moment and just give a quick shout out to our last bike fit host, bike fit course of the year. That's going to be down in Knoxville, Tennessee, September 23rd and 24th. Sadly a sad thing to say, our last one of the year, but we are super pumped for it. And if you're unable to make it and join us this year, have a good look into next year. We are currently ramping up probably what's going to be the biggest year for this course we've ever had. We'll be coast to coast and all over the place in between. So we're really, really excited for that. But if you like what you hear what we're talking about today, you want to learn more, you want to dive in, you're definitely going to have an opportunity to jump in in about a month. You can also learn from us on virtual ice where I'm going to be doing some podcast, some lectures on this content in a little while as well. So those are the things that are coming up down the road. 04:07 EVOLUTION OF PEDAL TECHNOLOGY As we shift into today's topic, as I mentioned clipped in or clipless those are some of the things that you're going to hear people talk about all the time and they can be relatively confusing and what we really mean is how is the foot interacting with the pedal? So the big part to talk about here right away is just terminology. I just want you to be able to hear somebody talk about this or bring it up yourself and actually know what the heck it is because otherwise it's really confusing. So in general, I brought some props today that I think will be helpful. If you're watching this on Instagram, it'll be really easy to keep up watching on YouTube. Same deal. If you're on the podcast, I certainly recommend you jump back onto one of these platforms so you can see if you're a visual learner because it'll help out in that sense. We're all pretty used to this style of pedal. It is just a flat pedal. Both sides look the same. Basically this is just going to go right into the crank. If you put your foot on it, they're going to go forward. That's as simple as it gets. At some point during the evolution of the sport of cycling, the idea was our feet are jumping around and we want to be more efficient on the bike. So how can we try to improve that sensation, be more connected to the bike? Well, the idea for the clipped in version of this, the original idea behind that was actually a cage or a strap that went over the foot and it had a little clip on the side that allows you to snap that thing down and it would lock your foot to the pedal. Some of them had plastic, some of them were really truly just more of a fabric cage, some of them were like a strap. Now, I don't have one of those with me today, but it is funny. My Nordstick rig mount actually is a perfect example of this. I'm going to use this for the purposes of this. Foot would slide into this space. It would be set down and then you would basically cinch and pull down on the strap on the side. What that would do for it was essentially lock the foot to the pedal. We were seeing cyclists get more efficient. The feet were mousing up the pedals. They were quicker, all kinds of good things there. 07:31 THE CLIPLESS PEDAL The next evolution of that was the clipless pedal. Now the clipless pedal or clipless pedal shoe interface, the idea was to get rid of this strap. I'll talk more about why you really want to get rid of that in a second. Just to explain that piece, if we talk about we went from flat pedal to one that had a cage over it or a strap to now this thing that we're used to seeing all the time, which has just these little pincers on it, these little things that grab onto what's at the bottom of the shoe. What that does is it operates kind of like den settings on ski boots and the way that they interact with your skis. When you step in, they click in, you're in a spot where now you can move around and do what you need to do, but if enough force is applied to it in a sketchy situation, whether beyond the mountain or on the road, they will come out. And in fact, on the bike, they come out pretty darn easy and it's usually modifiable to do so. The reason they're called clipless pedals, even though you are clipping in, is because they don't have that toe cage on them. And the main reason to get rid of that toe cage in many ways was actually a safety thing, as well as just an improvement upon the actual interaction between the foot and the pedal. The safety side of this is if I'm falling down and I'm going to the ground and I have an option to save myself by getting my foot off the pedal, if I'm running a clipless shoe or a clipless pedal interface right now, if I twist my foot a little bit or pull, it's going to come right off and I can put that thing on the ground and I'm going to be in a really good spot to save myself or at least not be attached to the bike when it goes down. Now the other side of that is if my foot is in this cage and I have strapped my foot down and it is nice and snug, when I go to tip over, my foot's not coming out of that. That's going to be really hard to get out. You're going to see those cyclists go with the bike, get slammed down to the ground. It's safer. That's the first part of it. That's kind of nice. It does seem a little bit scary to some folks to attach their feet to the pedals, especially when they're used to going from this to what now is this shoe that feels clunky and hard to walk in but snaps in just the same. Now that right there is just the general gist of it. So flat pedals, the original clip pedals just had a cage, went over the top. We go to clipless pedals. Those things are basically the shoe attaching to the pedal itself, easy to twist and pull in case of an emergency or kind of a sketchy situation. Now why does this matter to our patients? Why would they make that shift? I'm going to be honest with you that the first one that most people are going to actually say, it just looks more professional. It looks more legit. They've been riding with a couple of friends. Everybody's been riding clipped in and they're like, dude, why are you still riding flats? Well at that point, they're ready to make that jump. They've been doing this for a while. They're thinking to themselves, everybody else is doing it. They're thinking it's going to be more stable. They're thinking it's going to make me look better. You know, that's an important piece in this whole thing. You want to fill in with your peers when you're out for your rides. On our end though, and more importantly, it's going to give that person a reference point, a starting point, especially in the bike fit world. What we are trying to do is essentially get rid of as many variables as we can or at least control the variables that we can control. That way, when we talk about making modifications to some of these bike, we're actually going to know where we started from. In the bike fit process, it starts from the floor and it works its way up. We start at the feet, we go to the seat, and then we go to the hands or back to the feet if needed. In that scenario, there's a good chance we could spend two thirds of a 90 minute appointment doing just things with the feet, getting this all set up. In the case of somebody who has, let's say knee pain, I want to kind of pose this for why this nomenclature, why this stuff matters. Someone who's in a case where they have active knee pain while riding their bike. Let's liken this to somebody who comes in and says, I have knee pain with squatting. If I say, what type of bike are you riding? And they say something about their pedals and they're like, yeah, I've been riding flat pedals. What that tells me is that they have no idea where their feet are the majority of the time. Imagine somebody coming in who has knee pain with squats and you're like, hey, show me your squat. And they step back and they spread their feet out and they do one and then they kind of bring them in and they do another one and they're like, I don't really know where I want to be at and this is actually kind of what I do every time I'm at the gym. I don't know where I want my feet to be at. It'd be pretty hard to get good information from that, to not know where you're starting from. So in the case of somebody who's dealing with a specific pain complaint, it's nice to be able to at least educate them on, hey, I'm going to make sure that you have a reference on your flat pedal for where your foot should go. 09:45 SOLID FOOT POSITION WITH FLAT PEDALS But more importantly, if you're serious about this and you're doing it long term, we should get you a set of clipless pedals and a shoe that interacts with it appropriately. That way we can find the position that you're comfortable riding in. Because as soon as we know that we have a fixed position at the foot, we can then go adjust the seat and just other factors that are going to improve that person's knee pain. But if you don't know where their foot is relative to the pedal or relative to the crank arm and you go to adjust things on the seat, it's very unlikely you're going to get to where you want to be. If they move their foot even a half centimeter forward or back, all the angles that you used as a reference are going to be totally off. That can be a really frustrating place to start from. Now this isn't to say you can't do bike fits with somebody who is using flat pedals. We are going to talk about references. In the course a lot of times we talk about just saying that first MTP, that first knuckle, trying to get that in line with the pedal spindle, so this center piece as it attaches into the crank arm, is going to be a good reference for that person. But at the end of the day, if that person is A, riding on rough terrain like a mountain bike, every bump is going to shift their feet a little bit. Even with some of the best pedals out there where things stick well to the pins or the more pointy parts of the pedal. Shifting that person over to clipless pedals is going to allow them to stay in one spot the whole time. They may know the reference, but at least they're not going to get out of that reference position, so that's going to be really, really important for this person. Or that person, maybe they ride really consistent terrain, but they're getting better at the idea of improving their cadence. They're talking about trying to run 90 RPM for an extended period of time, which is the recommended RPM in most cases, especially on a road bike, for being the most efficient in any given gear for any given scenario, whether it's going up or down or in a good position. When you try to carry that much RPM on a road bike out in the street, it is actually pretty darn hard to keep your feet fixed in one position and staying still. That is actually a pretty big challenge. So for that individual, when they attach their foot to the pedal, all of a sudden now they can push the pace go faster because their feet aren't trying to slide off. There's less clunkiness in that pedal stroke. They're going to move a lot better at higher RPMs and be less frustrated trying to do so. More power down in those scenarios. Now the last thing for that person who is jumping into this or is curious about jumping into it, is what it does is it's going to, as I mentioned, smooth out the pedal stroke. So as somebody starts pedaling, in general we are putting the most of our power down. That is where we are most efficient. Our quads, our glutes, everything that drives down on the pedal, working with gravity, is what's going to propel us forward. However, that's not to say that it's not valuable to be able to pull through and pull up and over with the other foot. Now it's not your main power, it's not a big driver of the motion, but it does allow you to create a much more smooth and cyclical cycle stroke. 14:43 SAFETY & EFFICIENCY OF CLIPLESS PEDALS So the idea here is if you could have your feet attached to the pedals, you could have more influence over that pedal stroke. You can pull through, you can pull that foot up and over, you can counter what's happening on the other side so that things get much smoother and much more efficient. Athletes that go to a clipless pedal, that go to being clicked into the pedal, are going to have way better engagement when they're trying to run higher RPMs, pedal smoother, and be more efficient in the long run. Now the last thing I want to talk about is that safety piece, again, just because this is one of the things that always ends up being the determining factor for somebody jumping in or not. In general, people know that it's probably a more professional thing to do, but they're kind of like, ah, I don't know if it's for me. The truth is, there is a bit of a hurdle. There's a bit of a hurdle in terms of safety. Somebody gets on, they're nervous about getting on and off the bike, they think they're going to get to a stop sign and fall over, and in all reality, it does happen. I mean, it happens like the very first time everybody rides, you get one situation where you clip your right foot out because you're going to put your right foot down, but you end up leaning left and now your left foot's stuck in and you go over. It happens. You want to try to avoid it, but this is how you actually would do that, try to avoid it. The idea would be if you're on your bike trainer or with a friend holding it still, the idea is you click in, get your foot set, maybe you stand up, sit back down, take your foot out, put it back in. The idea is just get exposure to that mechanism and how that interacts so that you can get your foot in and out easily. As I mentioned really early on, we also have this little setting on the pedal that allows us to change, I kind of like the DIN settings on your skis, but you can change how easy it is for someone to get in or out of those pedals. For the beginner, getting out really easily might feel great. They might really, really like the idea that, okay, this is super easy to get in and out, but as soon as they go to put power down, they might be a little bit irritated by the fact that their foot keeps clicking out. They may want to crank that thing up because now they understand how to get in and out, they're more confident, they want to put the power down and pedal hard. Same way, an aggressive skier, he doesn't want those DIN settings super light. In fact, some people get to that point where they'd rather die than have them come off. People want those things firm so they can do what they need to do. So a couple of things just to wrap this whole piece up. The clipless pedal is a really interesting misnomer. The idea is it gets rid of the clip that used to be on the toe cage. It gets rid of that idea that now when I go to dismount the bike, my foot is locked in so I can't get off. So clipless pedals get rid of that locked in position and give you more of a temporary lockable position so that you can be more efficient while you're pedaling on the bike. To our patients, a lot of times it's just like the next evolution in their cycling journey. They end up wanting to go that route because everybody else is doing it. They know that it's a more professional look, it's a more professional feel, they know that it's a more efficient ride. For us, we love that because if we can get that person into that type of a shoe, into that type of pedal interface, we know that when we go to fit their bike, talk about the pain they're experiencing, we have a reference point that's going to be consistent and fixed the whole time. If we don't know where we're starting, it's hard to fix the issues that pop up. If you're going to come to a bike fit course, you're going to learn that we spent a lot of our time on the pedal and this is a big reason why. Understanding where somebody starts, understanding what you can modify and understanding how that can affect somebody's symptoms are paramount in this space. Alright, that's all I got for you. Have a great Friday, y'all. Appreciate your time. Thanks for jumping on. 16:23 OUTRO Hey, thanks for tuning in to the PT On Ice Daily Show. 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RAISE A TOAST DURING BUFFALO BEER GEEKS ANNIVERSARY WEEK The Buffalo Beer Geeks Facebook group is celebrating their 11th anniversary with BBG Anniversary Week, September 7-16. The special week kicks off with the official Opening Gala at the Yelling Goat. Tickets are $25 and include first beer, door prizes, raffles and appetizers. SANTORA'S TO CELEBRATE OKTOBERFEST WITH CONCERT, BEER TASTINGSantora's Pizza Pub and Grill and 1927 Brew House are doing Oktoberfest up in style this year with a concert and mini-beer festival on September 9 (4-7pm). Tickets are $40 ($45 day of) and include live music from the Strictly Hip, free souvenir tasting glass, German food, beer tastings from Woodcock Brothers, Pearl Street, Lafayette Brewing, Spotted Octopus, Windy Brew, Resurgence, Pressure Drop, Thin Man, 42 North and cider from BlackBird Cider, lawn games, free liquor and wine tastings, giveaways and more. You can purchase tickets here.HOFBRAUHAUS BUFFALO TO TAP OKTOBERFESTBIERHofbrauhaus' monthly keg tapping series continues on September 7 with their Oktoberfestbier. This full bodied beer is brewed with special Bavarian hops and malt variations to create notes of toasted malt sweetness, fruity hops and spice. Die Haus Band will lead the Barrel Tapping Parade at 6pm before a ceremonial barrel of Oktoberfestbier is tapped. All those in attendance will receive a complimentary beer after the barrel is tapped. Reservations are recommended and can be made online at www.hofbrauhausbuffalo.com or by calling 716-939-BEER.SHALOOBY LOOFER BREWING TO HOLD GRAND OPENING THIS WEEKENDWestern New York's newest brewery, Shalooby Loofer Brewing, will officially open their doors at 10737 Main Street in Clarence on September 1 (6pm). The event will feature live music from Cameron Markott and food from the Cheesy Chick food truck. They will have a number of their own beers on tap, including Seriously Black Stout, Spellbrowned Brown Ale, Borloug the Bitter Hazy Pale Ale, Alchemist Ale, Apeachiate Cream Ale, Cauldron Cream Ale, Presto Pilsner, and Berries Gone Sour, a collaboration with One-Eyed Cat Brewing.BELT LINE BREWERY DROPS NEW PALE ALEBelt Line Brewery has tapped a new pale ale, Belt Line Pale (Kiwi Edition), which can be found on tap exclusively at their Swan Street taproom. The latest entry in the brewery's rotational pale ale series features NewZilla, a new blend from New Zealand, and Mosaic Cryo hops to create tropical fruit and citrus aromas and notes of lemon, lime, stone fruit, figs, apricot, peach, gooseberry, and orange.WINDY BREW'S GAME DAY PILSNER MAKES A RETURNJust in time for the new Buffalo Bills season, Windy Brew and Tailgate.Beers have once again partnered on Game Day Pilsner, a traditionally lagered pilsner with Motueka hops. Game Day Pils can be found on draft and in cans to-go at the brewery right now.BRAZEN BREWING TO CELEBRATE FIRST ANNIVERSARYStarting on September 1, the brewery will host Lockhouse Distilling for cocktail tastings and DJ Stone from 8-11pm. Then Saturday, Sept. 2 is 90's night (8-11pm), with a special viewing of “Clueless” with 90's music all night. Then, on Sunday, Brazen will host Peg's Hardware for a Forever Banded pop up. There will be food and drink specials all weekend, along with the release of Peregrination Vol. IV, an 11% maple syrup imperial stout aged in Hartman's bourbon barrels. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Updates on Jude & Mr. Wilder, Mac's terrible grad class, two giant shark movies, and the connection between Kat's book addiction and the transfiguration. Movies & TV: Meg 2: The Trench Black Demon Nacho Libre Other great stuff we like: Sam's Instagram Pacem in Terris retreat center Picnic Blanket Restoration of Christian Culture from Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey Restoration of Christian Culture PDF Spiritual Direction.com Sam's podcast: To Interview Them https://www.fatimafarm.com/ liturgical calendar from Sofia institute Press Wyoming Catholic Gregory the Great's St. Nicholas Guild Total Consecration to Jesus Through Mary Mac's Woodworking Shop Mac's Online Woodcraft Store Mac's book! Clueless in Galilee Please support us through Patreon Find us on our website Our libsyn page where you can find all our old episodes Theme song by Mary Bragg. Our other show: Spoiled! with Mac and Katherine We use Amazon affiliate links. We may get a little kickback if you use the link above to purchase from Amazon.
Henrik was born in the late 1960s near Dresden in East Germany. The area was sarcastically known as the Tal der Ahnungslosen or Valley of the Clueless, as the area generally was not able to receive TV from West Germany from the mid-to-late 1950s. He describes his childhood growing up in a Uranium mining area. His mother was a teacher and his father was required to be a member of the Communist Party as his role at the university involved in map making which was classified as secret work. It's not until he is 8 or 9 that Henrik realises there is another Germany and as he gets older he gets into Western music as he can still pick up West German radio. In 1983 his favourite grandmother moved to the West and started to bring him Western clothing and vinyl records. At 15 or 16 he seriously starts to think about how he can get to the West. Compulsory service in the National Peoples Army beckons increasing his urgency in finding a way to leave. In 1988 Henrik receives an unexpected postcard from Spain from a friend who had been sentenced for 2 years for trying to escape and this begins to crystallise Henrik's plans. If Henrik's life was made into a movie he says this would be the soundtrack… https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3eJFR6QJebyv2S16Dqyhoc?si=072a284d83dc4410 Extra episode information https://coldwarconversations.com/episode307 Special thanks to Jonny Whitlam for introducing Henrik to CWC. You can book his excellent Berlin tours here https://www.whitlams-berlin-tours.com/ The fight to preserve Cold War history continues and via a simple monthly donation, you will give me the ammunition to continue to preserve Cold War history. You'll become part of our community, get ad-free episodes, and get a sought-after CWC coaster as a thank you and you'll bask in the warm glow of knowing you are helping to preserve Cold War history. Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/ If a monthly contribution is not your cup of tea, We also welcome one-off donations via the same link. Find the ideal gift for the Cold War enthusiast in your life! Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/store/ Support the project! https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/ColdWarPod Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/coldwarpod/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/coldwarconversations/ Youtube https://youtube.com/@ColdWarConversations Love history? Check out Into History at this link https://intohistory.com/coldwarpod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
225: Bridging the Gap: Technology's Role in Nonprofit Success (Jack Fanous)SUMMARYAre you using today's technology to further advance your mission and better serve your community? In episode #225 of Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership, Jack Fanous, founder and leader of two successful, shares how technology can both increase your fundraising and better connect your mission with those you serve. Understand how having a better knowledge of software options can help nonprofit leaders better navigate transactional fees allowing 100% of charitable gifts funnel directly to your mission. Lean how this busy philanthropic executive built, manages, and scales his mission. Jack shares ways our sector can harness technology to better connect existing resources to the people who need them. ABOUT JACKJack Fanous is the co-founder and CEO of JobPaths, a SaaS Enabled Marketplace (SEM) that fulfills the original goals of the internet community by bringing people together with those who can help them along their journey. JobPaths is designed as an immersive network to bring people together to support one another through sharing employment opportunities, resources, training, and guidance. At the core of the company is the network of platforms JobPaths has established that include nonprofit, governmental, and corporate partners who license the software in order to support their clients. Within each of these licensed platforms lives JobPaths intelligent systems and easy-to-use software that connect Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) users to job openings, resources, career and life trainings, and mentorship opportunities. Jack developed his company based on his years of nonprofit experience as CEO and co-founder of GI Go Fund. Started in 2006 after the death of a childhood friend Lt. Seth Dvorin, GI Go Fund provides military veterans across the country with job training and employment opportunities, as well as access to healthcare, benefits help, and connections to housing. The organization has recently expanded its efforts to support all populations within the DE&I community. Through his work at GI Go Fund, Jack discovered the shortcomings in veteran hiring and acted. He testified before the United States Senate Veterans Affairs Committee regarding veteran issues in 2008, and serves as the co-chair of the VA's Community Veterans Engagement Board (CVEB) Newark, NJ chapter, and is a board member of Habitat for Humanity NJ.EPISODE TOPICS & RESOURCESDisability Friendly: How to Move from Clueless to Inclusive by John D. KempLearn more about JobPath and GI Go FundReady for a Mastermind? Learn more here!Check out Patton's book Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership: Seven Keys to Advancing Your Career in the Philanthropic Sector
Summary: Summer is coming to a close and academia is back on our minds. Welcome to our fourth LoveFest, where Holly and Devin talk about Jane Austen for literally longer than they've ever spoken about anything on the podcast before. Born in 1775, Austen received a home-based education and began writing in her teens. Her novels were published anonymously during her short life; she died in 1817 at age 41 of what modern physicians believe to be Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Her six novels, though, have endured for centuries and are recognized especially for their wit, humor, and keen social commentary. Topics Discussed: Sense and Sensibility (13:09): Elinor and Marianne Dashwood teach the reader via their contrasting approaches to love that a successful romance requires both logic and passion; Holly's introduction to Austen and a mutual favorite Adaptations: 1995 film ft Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet, Alan Rickman, Hugh Grant, and Harriet Walter. 2008 BBC Miniseries ft. Dan Stevens, Hattie Morahan and Charity Wakefield. Pride & Prejudice (25:53): This novel is the foundation of what we think of as a romance book and is still the template some 200+ years later; Lizzie Bennet is a heroine for the ages and Darcy one of the best romantic leads in all of literature. Adaptations: 1995 BBC Miniseries ft. Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. 2005 Joe Wright film ft. Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen Emma (39:43): Emma Woodhouse goes from playing matchmaking games and meddling in the lives of her friends and acquaintances to realizing she has to mature to earn the proper match of her own in this hilarious, witty novel; Mister Knightley is a favorite of both Holly and Devin. Adaptations: 1995 film Clueless ft. Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash and Brittany Murphy, 2009 BBC miniseries ft. Romola Garai and Johnny Lee Miller, 2020 film ft. Anya Taylor Joy and Johnny Flynn Mansfield Park (49:01): Following one of the harder heroines to love and root for, Fanny, the reader journeys through all kinds of tomfoolery and propriety transgressions on their way to a happy ending in Austen's least-loved novel (for Holly and Devin, at least); key themes of class differences, privilege, and morality add meaning. Adaptations: Don't bother. Northanger Abbey (1:01:13): It's a teenage dream for the reader as we follow Catherine Morland through her summer in Bath as she discovers herself, the meaning of true and false friendships, and ultimately - love (with a side of melodrama and a “murder investigation”); Austen pokes fun at the Gothic novels so popular at the time. Adaptations: 2007 Northanger Abbey TV miniseries featuring Felicity Jones Persuasion (1:11:36): In her final work, we follow Austen's oldest protagonist (27, gasp!) Anne Elliot, who had forsaken her love of Frederick Wentworth years ago after pressure from her family about his status. The reader explores the power of love, of self-advocacy, and not bending to societal pressure while rooting enthusiastically for Anne and Wentworth alike. If you want more details on this novel, check out Episode 17, Classics. Adaptations: 1995 film ft. Ciaran Hinds and Amanda Root, 2007 film ft. Sally Hawkins, 2022 film ft. Dakota Johnson and Cosmo Jarvis (skip unless you want a laugh) Hot On the Shelf (1:18:58): Devin: With Love, from Cold World by Alicia Thompson Holly: Let Him In by William Friend What's Making Our Hearts Race (1:21:37): Devin: Barbie Holly: Oppenheimer Instagram: @heartsanddaggerspod Website: www.heartsanddaggerspod.com If you like what you hear, please tell your friends and rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and Spotify so that we can find our perfect audience.
Amanda joins Kova, Stephanie and Spoiler Steve to discuss Gran Turismo, Netflix's You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah & Warner Bros.' The Flash! 00:01:37 - Intro | Last Week in Hollywood and The Weekend Box Office 00:39:32 - The Flash 01:18:34 - You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah 01:51:26 - Gran Turismo 02:30:44 - The Banter Corner | Only Murders in the Building, John Wick Movies, Vacation Friends 2, The Gilded Age, Matchstick Men, Nic Cage, One Fine Day, September Movies, Clueless, Sweet November, The Devil's Advocate, Practical Magic, Foundation, Ahsoka, Men In Black Franchise, Gordan Ramsey, Man of Tai Chi, Power Book IV: Force & Invasion Support us on Patreon HERE Send us emails and feedback to email@example.com Check out our website sceneitcast.com
All about sending our youngest boy off to boarding school…the days before, the construction crew outside our hotel, two irish pubs, rotund passengers, and tearful phone calls. Movies & TV: Books: Other great stuff we like: Sam's Instagram Pacem in Terris retreat center Picnic Blanket Restoration of Christian Culture from Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey Restoration of Christian Culture PDF Spiritual Direction.com Sam's podcast: To Interview Them https://www.fatimafarm.com/ liturgical calendar from Sofia institute Press Wyoming Catholic Gregory the Great's St. Nicholas Guild Total Consecration to Jesus Through Mary Mac's Woodworking Shop Mac's Online Woodcraft Store Mac's book! Clueless in Galilee Please support us through Patreon Find us on our website Our libsyn page where you can find all our old episodes Theme song by Mary Bragg. Our other show: Spoiled! with Mac and Katherine We use Amazon affiliate links. We may get a little kickback if you use the link above to purchase from Amazon.
Maisy Kay gets candid about uniting her love of fantasy and video games with her music. In her music journey, Maisy has sung in 6 different languages included Latin and Na'vi (from Avatar). Her songs play into the dramatics of having these languages as a key element, which is mirrored in her fantastical music videos. Plus she has a video where Silence of Lambs meets Clueless?! We're talking about all of this & more. Follow Maisy on socials: Instagram | Spotify | TikTok | Twitch | Enjoy this episode? Join our Patreon community or leave us a tip on PayPal! Want to talk more? Find us: @name3songs | @sara_feigin | @jenna_million Check out all the sources for this episode at name3songs.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Caroline & Carson cover Amy Heckerling's 1995 classic Clueless, starring Alicia Silverstone, Paul Rudd, Donald Faison, and Brittany Murphy. Caroline fawns over Silverstone's pitch perfect performance, Producer Corey makes a case that Brittany Murphy is the better performance, and Carson almost has a repeat of our Legally Blonde episode. (IYKYK) It's a REAL good time! A HUGE thank you to Kalie McAlexander for our social media. Make sure to Follow us on FB, Twitter, Instagram, & Tiktok- hhynspod A special thank you to our patrons- Lola Lirola, Carrie Betts, Sherry Betts, J.D. Smith, Matt Brown, Darrin Freeborn, & Stephen Woosley. If you'd like a shoutout on the show and bonus content, head over to our Patreon- patreon.com/hhynspod. The patreon contains series on all of our favorite films. Our Mel Brooks series is coming soon, beginning with 1967's The Producers. We'd love to have you over on the Patreon. You can get all of our content for just $3/month. Buy Liquid IV w/our discount code- https://zen.ai/6Afiz7b7zEdKu8Dx6yuFNvGpotsaFcq401mgAuGlCAQ
Today, we're looking at Pierre Poilievre clashing with a reporter who accused the Conservative leader of "pandering to the far right" — but couldn't name any of the so-called experts she cited. Plus, Deputy PM and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland was in Alberta, promising the race to build the "clean economy" is an "incredible opportunity" for Alberta. And finally, speaking of Alberta, former premier Jason Kenney reflected on his time at the helm of the province in a new interview — and he's got a list of excuses for his political decline.
Hillsdale College Radio General Manager and Radio Free Hillsdale Hour Host Scot Bertram is in for Jim, who will be back tomorrow. Today, Scot and Greg start with a martini that's both bad and crazy. They welcome Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips saying his party needs to move on from Joe Biden. But they do a spit take when Phillips suggests a "moderate" governor from the heartland and then the congressman and NBC's Chuck Todd list Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Illinois Gov. JB. Pritzker, and several others who aren't the slightest bit moderate. They also unload on the Biden administration's talking point that the economy is great and we just don't appreciate it. The latest evidence is that Americans paid $709 more in July 2023 than they did for the exact same goods and services than they did two years ago. Finally, they recoil at numbers showing 25 percent of American school students missed 10 percent or more of school days in the 2021-22 school year, which translates to 6.5 million more students than prior to the pandemic. They also go through Michigan's numbers, which are far worse than the national average. Scot calls it a "national emergency."Timestamps:1:30 - Special Counsel named in Hunter Biden investigation2:35 - Dem Rep. Dean Phillips wants Biden to serve just one term and pass the torch to a "moderate" governor from the heartland. But Phillips and NBC's Chuck Todd prove they have no idea what a moderate is.9:28 - Americans paying more than $700 more per month than they did two years ago for the same goods and services.16:39 - America still plagued by chronic absenteeism in the wake of COVID.Please visit our great sponsors:4Patriothttps://4Patriots.comUse code MARTINI to get 10% off your purchase.
Hillsdale College Radio General Manager and Radio Free Hillsdale Hour Host Scot Bertram is in for Jim, who will be back tomorrow. Today, Scot and Greg start with a martini that’s both bad and crazy. They welcome Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips saying his party needs to move on from Joe Biden. But they do a […]
Update on Katherine's dad, Jude's trip to the ER, Mac's mom visits and Mac gets contacts! The Mask of Zorro is a balm to our post-modern fatigued souls, The Eyre Affair is total crack for book nerds with a sense of humor and we break down chapters 1 & 2 of Lewis's The Great Divorce. Movies & TV: The Mask of Zorro (YouTube) Lost (Hulu) Books: The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis Other great stuff we like: Sam's Instagram Pacem in Terris retreat center Picnic Blanket Restoration of Christian Culture from Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey Restoration of Christian Culture PDF Spiritual Direction.com Sam's podcast: To Interview Them https://www.fatimafarm.com/ liturgical calendar from Sofia institute Press Wyoming Catholic Gregory the Great's St. Nicholas Guild Total Consecration to Jesus Through Mary Mac's Woodworking Shop Mac's Online Woodcraft Store Mac's book! Clueless in Galilee Please support us through Patreon Find us on our website Our libsyn page where you can find all our old episodes Theme song by Mary Bragg. Our other show: Spoiled! with Mac and Katherine We use Amazon affiliate links. We may get a little kickback if you use the link above to purchase from Amazon.
Join Eric, @TimAndrewsHere, @Autopritts, @JaredYamamoto, @EnglishNick67, and Greg as they chat about the Poe popup, genital insecurity, thoughtful rain, and much more! This podcast includes the extended preshow and the radio show. “Brought to you by Findlay Roofing”