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Swish Edition
Wonder Twin Powers, Deactivate!

Swish Edition

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 46:59


Dale & Scott talk about the last phone booth in Manhattan; edible tape for your burrito; Coke's new attached bottle caps; Ellen's very last show; fast foods' deceptive marketing fools nobody; we dug “Downton Abbey: A New Era;” “Obi Wan Kenobi” premieres this week; the Wonder Twins get deactivated; Vogue magazine has a nerve; Ricky Martin's brand new role; the damned Ringling Bros. circus is coming back; Breeze Airways offers more nonstops to Sin City; and, lot more pop culture news and views.

The Business Credit and Financing Show
Secrets to Improve Communication Skills and Critical Thinking

The Business Credit and Financing Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 33:21


Jim Rowe, a marketing veteran of 45 years, started in market research after receiving his BS in Marketing from Fairfield University, CT.  Jim has held client and agency positions including Brand Manager, Coke; VP Marketing, Cutty Shark; President of Promotion and InterMark Divisions, Saatchi Howard Marlboro Group; plus 30+ years as an owner of Manhattan Marketing Ensemble then Jim Rowe Marketing.   During the show we discuss: ● The biggest issues companies face now ● How modern technology has adversely affected our ability to communicate ● Why writing less has an adverse impact ● What are the fundamentals of communication ● Why you must know who your audience is ● Why you need to know the purpose of your communication ● Why knowing the background or situation status is essential ● How to define the problem your communication is going to help solve ● How to define your objectives and properly measure results ● How to determine the tactics you'll use to get the goal you want ● Why critical thinking is an essential skill employees must have ● How to get your company positioning right and why it matters ● How to write persuasively?   Show resources:https://www.jimrowemarketing.com/

Beck Did It Better
93. Missy Elliott: Supa Fly (1997)

Beck Did It Better

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 95:57


If this week's episode were a pop flavor it would be Mountain Dew Flaming Hot! Because this is the best Missy Elliott podcast that covers the 93rd greatest album of all time, Supa Dupa Fly.    But before discussing the Misdemeanor, a listener calls in and commits a Rolling Felon when he rats out one of the guys for writing a love song about having a sandwich in his pocket. In addition, we're riding the friendly skies again with a couple of segments of Flight Tonight and discussing whether Beck should be opening for Arcade Fire. We then talk Turner and Hooch, Who Got the Hooch, and baba ganoush...OK actually, somebody made us talk about nutritional yeast, and the nooch got loose.   Then at (59:00) we're chatting about Missy Elliott's debut studio album, Supa Dupa Fly. We discuss how Missy Elliot's first album was produced by her own label, the best Timbaland songs, and whether the singing and rapping on this album was a precursor to Drake (the rapper...not the relays you Iowa listeners).  Call or text 802 277 BECK.  Don't be a brat! You can email us at beckdiditbetter@gmail.com follow us on our Twitter and Instagram @beckdiditbetter and feel free to leave a review on your favorite podcast app. Please mention feet if you do review the show. If we can get "ROSIE LOVES FEET" to be something that is searchable online, I feel like this will all be worth it.  Next week we become the best The Stooges podcast when we talk about the proto-punk album, Fun House. If you were going to compare next week's episode to a pop it would be Coke's MagiCan because it comes with prizes and foul smelling substances that discourage consumption. Seriously, check this out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MagiCan

Our Voices - in the NHS
5. "We feel like a fizzy bottle of coke that is being constantly shaken" with Issy Hamlett

Our Voices - in the NHS

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 19:42


Issy is a woman who is living with Fibromyalgia. She talks about her powerful imagination and the uniqueness that characterises her personality. She also reflects on the way that her differences have made her life particularly challenging as both a child and an adult. More recently she has been able to make her voice heard and she plans to use it to fight for a more empathetic and inclusive society. “I sat there, and I just cried. I said, I am just so proud of myself, that I have been able to ignore my inner saboteur and my inner demons and that I've got myself to a position where I can be interviewed for a job role that I am desperately wanting to do, and a job where people are gonna listen to me. And I'm going to be able to impact other people's lives and make a difference and make a change.” ********************* Huge thanks to our sponsor, The https://our-voices.captivate.fm/rya-home (Royal Yachting Association) (RYA) Visit the https://our-voices.captivate.fm/rya (RYA website) to find your local club and get involved ********************* http://ourvoicespodcast.com/ (Check out the Our Voices website for more on this story) http://ourvoicespodcast.com/ (We're also on )https://www.facebook.com/ourvoicesinthenhs (Facebook), https://twitter.com/OurVoices14 (Twitter) and https://www.instagram.com/ourvoicespod/ (Instagram) A https://our-voices.captivate.fm/fascinate-productions (Fascinate) Production

Thriving Thyroid with Shannon Hansen - Functional Nutrition for better women's hormones using food as medicine.

SHOW NOTES AT    Get on the Hansen Method waitlist. Click here. We open up the Hansen Method 2-3x a year so that we can fully support our clients to the highest degree possible.   Thinking about using nutrition and holistic health for restoring thyroid function? Learn EVERYTHING you need to know by joining our Free Facebook Group. Thriving Thyroid Balance Community.   Are you interested in learning more about your thyroid and finding answers?    We got you!    We have several different opportunities to work with us at several different price points and opportunities.    Our signature 6-month program is called The Hansen Method, we offer this in a VIP setting with personalized plans and protocols, individual one on one coaching and incredible bonuses that change regularly. You can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors. Click here.  If you have questions about the Hansen Method and want to discuss your specific situation and make sure this is the right program for you you can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our team members. schedule here. Hurry, my schedule fills up quickly and we only work with limited amount of women at any given time.    Join hundreds of women who have improved their symptoms by 80% and lose on average 30lbs in the 4 months.     Not ready to schedule a call, no problem. Learn more about the Hansen Method to see if it's a good fit for you. Click here to learn more.    We also offer The Hansen Method as a Self Guided option.    Option number 1 for self guide is where you are totally on your own to go through the program content, make the changes and execute them on your own. Click here to purchase.    Option number 2 includes group coaching and access to our members facebook group that will allow you access to our Thyroid Success Coaches and testing with personalized protocols. Click here to purchase.      But one of our favorite ways to work with us is our Thriving Thyroid Coaching Membership Opportunity.  This is where many of clients first begin working with us. It allows you to get to know us, our system and start making changes before making a larger financial investment. Click here to learn more.    CONTACT LINKS Website Facebook Community YouTube Instagram   DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES Freedom From Fatigue Guide  Download our Thyroid Panel Guide. Best Foods for Thyroid Thriving Hair Guide Dining Out Guide Thyroid Blocker List   PAID RESOURCES Thyroid Recipe Book 10-day detox   AFFILIATE LINKS Branch Basics Doterra Essential Oils Beauty Counter Wellevate Supplements   Xo, Shannon Hansen   P.S. Make sure to schedule our Thyroid Breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors.    AUDIO TRANSCRIPTION (00:00): This is episode 88. My hypothyroidism is back and I'm ready to talk about it. Welcome back to the thriving thyroid podcast, where we choose to become empowered patients and take our health into our own hands. Hi, I'm Shannon Hansen, a Christian entrepreneur, a mom of three. And after dealing with my own health mysteries, I made it my mission to learn everything I could about the thyroid. I soon became certified as a holistic wellness practitioner, a functional nutrition practitioner and a functional diagnostic practitioner. And so much more. After that, I founded the revolutionary thyroid program, the Hanon method as a health professional and a mom. I fully understand the importance of having a fun, simple, and sustainable plan for achieving a responsive thyroid. So I share actionable and practical strategies for developing a responsive thyroid so that the ambitious moms and women can gain freedom from fatigue and lose the thyroid weight once. And for all each week, I will be here for you along with my guest experts, we will be sharing simple and tangible tips that work for not only your thyroid, your hormones, your family, and your mindset, so that you can get back to living the life that you envision for yourself. Welcome to the thriving thyroid podcast. (01:29): All right, welcome back. You guys. Oh, I am on a bit of a vulnerability hangover. So if you follow me on Instagram, thriving thyroid, I yesterday recently shared an Instagram story where I talked about I out, I am currently in a place of feeling very loved and very supported. And I don't think that most people know that you could be this happy. So we recently, my husband and I recently celebrated our 13 year anniversary for some of you guys. Yes, we are babies. And for others of you, we, we got married super young. I was 20, he was 21. I got pregnant with my first, very soon after that, I had her right before my 22nd birthday. And we've had ups and downs, I think like most people, but I grew up in a home with a lot of trauma, a lot of uncertainty, a lot of instability. (02:42): And there was a lot of ups and downs. And I did not realize you could be happy that happiness is a choice. I was told things like, well, what could go wrong is gonna go wrong? You know, my dad was quoting Murphy's law and I grew up with a lot of false beliefs around. If something good happens, something equally as bad or worse has to happen. And so I was constantly for the first, I don't know, 10 years, 11 years of our marriage looking for the bad I was looking for the drama. And my husband always laughed at me for the first several years because it was like every springtime. I was like, Hey, let's buy a new house. Hey, let's, you know, look at what the market is doing. We should look at new houses and he is like, why our house is great. (03:39): And our house was great, but I was always trying to create something in my life. Okay. Hopefully, hopefully some of you guys can relate to that. And I've told this story many times before, but this was such a pivotal moment for me, where my husband was like, we were having a disagreement. I wouldn't even say arguing, we're sitting on the bed, we're not yelling and screaming. And I was just like, if you, if you, you need to, you know, kind of digging into him after work. And he just looked at me one day and was like, will you ever be happy? And of course my stubborn self, I was like, well, of course not, I'm never gonna be happy. But really that was a pivotal moment in my life where I set on a mission to change my life, to find happiness, to find joy, because my happiness, my joy is not related to my husband. (04:45): My happiness and joy is not related to my kids or the house that I live in or the car that I drive or any of these external factors, joy and happiness comes from within. And it took me a freaking long time. to find the joy. It took me a long time to feel happy and it didn't happen overnight. And it didn't change instantaneously by reading one book, I have to do the work every single freaking day to get up and make a decision to be happy. And here's where the vulnerability comes in. Okay. I, I hate even saying this, cuz I'm like, this is public for the whole world to see and hear and you know, do what they want with this. And so hopefully you guys know that this is coming from a place of love. And I thought we were done having kids. (05:53): My husband thought we were done having kids. We were very happy with our three little girls and they were pretty close to perfect life was good. We had just built our new dream home. You know, all of these things are starting to take place and I find myself pregnant and I was like, what is going on? right. I question, God, I question God, because I didn't understand his timing here. I was trying to build a business. I have a multiyear business. So I feel like I'm pretty successful, but I'm also building, I'm still builder things in my business that I'm learning every day. I'm learning how to work with clients. I'm learning how to be more proficient in reading testing, I'm taking new classes, I'm hiring coaches. I am still in this building process and things are kind of bumpy, you know? (06:57): And so here I am finding myself pregnant and I know what kind of mom I am and I know what kind of mom I want to be. And I want to be an actively engaged mom in my kids' life. And that my older kids, I felt like they were pretty self-sufficient if they needed me, they could come into the office and they could, you know, Hey mom, I need this or Hey, can we do that or whatever. And you'll see 'em in my Facebook lives and Instagram stories and all the things, cuz they're very much a part of my life. And you will hear them in multiple podcast episodes, right? Like that is nothing new. hopefully nothing new to any of you guys. And so knowing that and knowing, oh my gosh, I'm gonna have this little baby who is going to need me and is going to be dependent upon me. (07:44): I had no clue how I was gonna do it. So that aside, I also knew that after baby number three, that is when my thyroid, my hormones like fell apart. Like there were hormonal issues prior to that. So that was nothing new, but I felt like they were minor. Okay. After baby number three, I'm like six months, nine months postpartum. I'm still at my birth weight. And I'm like, okay, that was my first clue. I couldn't lose weight. I'm still at like 190 pounds. I delivered her at like, I think just under 200. So I, I mean literally like I hadn't lost any weight. I'm puffy, I'm inflamed. I'm tired. I look back at pictures and I don't even recognize myself. Right? Like I'm just kind of a hot mess and my hair is falling out. And that was what led to the conversation with my mom of like, I just don't feel good. (08:47): I don't know what's wrong with me. And my mom's like, Hey, you should go get your thyroid checked. And I was like, haha, you're funny because I was a practitioner and I thought I knew everything. Apparently I didn't. And my husband will tell you when it comes to myself, I forget what I know but so here I was also going into the pregnancy with that trauma and that fear of, oh my gosh, this is gonna happen all over again. How am I gonna do this? How am I gonna run a business now? How am I gonna have kids? How am I gonna, how am I, how am I, how am I, how am I, how am I all of those? How am I ? And that was really emotionally draining. And I've kind of found myself back in the same situation as before. So here I am four months postpartum. (09:38): Haven't really lost weight. My thyroid hormones are crazy out of balance. And I found myself wallowing in the pity mentally, right about how I look, how my clothes fit. Like let's be honest. None of my clothes are fitting except for my yoga pants. And even when I like walked past the full length mirror, I'm like, oh, that doesn't look very good. And not because it doesn't look good. And if it was a friend, I'd be like, Hey, you look amazing. But because it doesn't look good because it's not my normal, it's not to the standard that I feel like I am worth. Right. And hopefully that's coming across right. But I know better. I know I should be caring for my body better. And I have recently come to the conclusion that I, I was kind of reminded of this, that it's important for me to turn this me mess. (10:43): I'm using air quotes, this mess that I have into my message once again. And it has brought me kind of full circle and back to this is why I started the Hansen method. This is why I started coaching and working with women online was because I knew there were, and there are women like you who don't feel good in their body. They don't feel like themselves, their hair is falling out. They're puffy, they're inflamed. They walk past the mirror and they're like, I don't even know that person. Or they look at into the camera, you know, selfies or whatever. And you're like, wow, that double chin looks really nice. you know, all of these uncomfortable things that we as women are dealing with, this is why I'm doing what I'm doing, because I know there is a flip side. Yes, I know it's gonna take my body a little bit of time to get my hormones balanced and things to get back into working order. (11:42): But I also know how to do it. I know what steps need to take place. I know what triggers I have. with my thyroid. And some of them are hard. I have found myself like I don't really wanna give up my doctor pepper. You know, I don't really want to do this because when I got sick last year, my taste, my not my smell, my taste changed. And I found myself not liking water. And it, it was very hard for me to drink water. Even though though I know all the benefits, I know what to be doing. And I've had to retrain myself into some of these things and being sick and being pregnant was it became more of like, I just have to survive. I just have to get food in my body that is going to keep me and baby moving. And so that meant eating things and doing things that I don't quote unquote normally do because of the situation because of the circumstances. (12:52): And that's kind of the beautiful thing about all of this is now I have the opportunity to get back into the driver's seat of all of this and go back into implementing all of the techniques that I am using and teaching, or I did use inside the handsome method and what I am currently teaching all of my clients to do. And this has resulted in tremendous amount of success for our clients so much so that women are getting off medication with the help of their doctor. I don't take them off medication. Let's be very clear there, but their thyroid hormones are balancing out to the point where they don't. Their body is responding to the thyroid hormone. Okay. Hormones, plural women are losing 30 pounds in 10 weeks or so where they have hit plateaus and they've been struggling to lose weight that we've had women be able to get off other medications, anxiety, medications, depression, medications, they've been able to regain their energy. (14:06): Their hair is stopping, stopping, falling out, stop falling out. Women are balancing their hormones where they're not having painful heavy periods anymore. There are or GI issues. We didn't even talk about GI issues. So they're not gassy. They're not bloated. They're not constipated. They're not backed up. They're body is fully working and operating. They might be experiencing 5%, 10% of their thyroid issues, but 80 to 90% of them have gone away in a very short period of time. Now, the reminder that I have to give all of my clients and even myself, is it didn't take overnight to get where you're at. And it, we cannot expect that it's going to fix itself magically in two weeks, three weeks, four weeks, even, even two months, it's going to take time. And this is why we, I, we, my team and I have extended the program for six months. (15:11): So it, instead of it being four months, it is now six months because a majority of our clients have gone through everything in four months and had life changing things. Now, every once in a while, there is a case or a situation where somebody gets sick or something happens with their loved one or I mean life, right life in general. And they need a little bit more time to go through the program or maybe the results aren't coming as quickly as I think, or my practitioners think or the client things. And so that extra two months is total six months gives us that little bit of buffer, right? A little bit of time to implement things that may be harder for us, for some of our clients they're they don't drink at water hardly at all in their drinking Coke or Dr. Pepper or whatever it is. (16:10): And so retraining those habits to maybe give up the Dr. Pepper and not have it every single day is that may take longer versus somebody who's coming in and drinking a gallon of water, right? That person drinking a gallon of water, no big deal. Okay. We can go on to the next thing, right? Or there there's so many variables. And because I am going through this and because I am having all of the feelings coming back, I have fully recommitted myself to my mission and my purpose of empowering women, helping them balance out their thyroid hormones, helping them become an empowered patient in talking to their doctor, talking to their physician, advocating for themselves, knowing what rights and what options they have, because it is their body. It is not my body, right? It's it is your body. If you come to me and say, Hey, Shannon, this symptom that I'm having is not normal for me. (17:17): We are going to dig into it. And we are going to figure out why that is happening, because I believe every symptom is a sign or a clue as to a deeper issue. So sometimes we have one, I'll give you an example. So I had a client like two years ago, this was a long time ago and she fell down her porch steps and she hurt her back. And then a couple days later, she started having tooth pain. If I remember this correctly and it was a certain tooth and whatever. And we, I was like, I don't know. I have no clue why , you're having tooth pain. Anyways, when we did some investigation, we found out that that tooth is connected to the spine and connected to the alignment. And because there was so much extra inflammation in her spine, it was also manifesting inflammation in that specific tooth who would've thought. (18:20): Right? And so again, if you tell me something isn't normal, we're gonna look into it. I'm gonna talk to my other success, coaches. I, I may not have an answer and I am fully aware that I do not know everyone thing. this is why I continue to do coaching. I continue to do training. I continue to get certifications and improve myself because every little thing I can learn, I can bring to each one of you. Now I have spent tens of thousands of dollars on my personal education in functional nutrition, functional diagnostic, nutrition, holistic practitioner, homeopathy, herbal medicine, all of the different trainings that I have done. And I don't want you guys to have to do that. I want you to be able to skip all of the certifications and just get down to what works for you and for your body. And so you guys, I am super jazzed about this. (19:27): I am opening enrollment for the Hansen method in June. Okay. And I have bonuses that I have never done before. I do not plan to do them again. because I know I'm kind of gonna be losing money, but I'm okay with that because it is not about the money. It is more about my mission to help you as a client and helping you with the skills that I have skip over the mess, skip over the noise and really accelerate your level of healing and hormone balancing and all of the things. So here we go. First off, I am doing $500 off. Okay. That is a big one because I do not run sales. I do not run discounts. If we do any kind of quote unquote promotional thing, it is right before I increase my prices. Okay. So so I have never done that before. (20:30): We're taking $500 off of our program. I'm also going to be giving you guys a new mini course that I have I'm in the process of putting together. It will be done at when, when enrollment happens. But this is if you're what to do, if your labs are normal. So whether you're on medication or not, or trying to get a diagnosis, or you already have one, if your labs keep coming back normal, and your doctor is like, you are fine, I'm gonna be sharing with you what to do, how to handle that, all of those things. Okay. We are also doing functional testing. So when you come in, we're gonna be doing functional testing and without functional testing, we will be building out personalized and individualized protocols for you for the time that we are working together. And I'll be honest. Most of our clients have, depending on how fast their body responds and how compliant they are and all of these external factors that we just don't know, most of our clients have one to three different phases of their protocols while they work with us. (21:43): So phase one is kind of an anti-inflammatory type deal. We're looking at nutrition, we're looking at things that you need for your body. Okay. Then we move into the next phase. So if the next phase is GI stuff, if the next phase is hormonal stuff, is the next phase heavy metal detoxification, all of those different things are gonna be taking in, be taken into consideration as we build out phase two and phase three, okay. Because the body works in phases and it's like, we have to peel back all of the layers and, and stuff. So those with that testing, you get the individual protocol and then guess what it takes time to get the functional testing. Number one, done number two, sent into the lab and the lab to do its testing, and then to get me the report and then for me to review it and then to put together the protocols. (22:41): So all of that, we, we know that that takes time. We know that that takes three to four weeks to get into that habit. And so with that being said, we are going to give you a starter pack of supplements. These are supplements that we have been using for the last two years that are highly, highly, highly effective for women with Amos and hypothyroidism, because they are so balancing and nourishing to the body. And honestly, within like two weeks to two to four weeks, a lot of our clients experience massive results without even getting their customized protocol. Okay. So super exciting. And then the last bonus, and this is the big one, the Yu biggie, biggie biggie. I am going to be coaching you for an additional six months for free. Okay. So let's recap. You get to work with us for 12 months. (23:50): So an extra six months, four, $500 off our original price, plus the testing plus the supplements and that mini course, you guys, this is an incredible deal. Okay. We are going to be starting. The, the start date for this program is June 11th. Okay. It will, the enrollment will end at the end of that week because we want people to be starting at the same time so that you guys are working on the same things and we can support each other. And the other really cool thing is I'm gonna be going back through my own program and revisiting all of these things that I have lost. I don't even wanna say lost some of the things that I know I should be doing for my thyroid, that I'm not currently doing. And I am going to be sharing my journey with you inside the Hanon method. (24:54): I'm gonna be sharing what I'm eating. I'm gonna be sharing. You guys are gonna be kind of my accountability, but also so that you know that you're not alone, that your coaches are walking the walk and talking the talk and doing all of the things that we're telling you to do, because I know that it is that important. All right, you guys, if you are ready to take action, if you are ready to do this with me, if you are pumped up and excited, head over to the show notes, you can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors, and we will review your case and your situation to see if you are a good fit to work with us inside the Hanon method. If you're like hands down, I know this is for me. You can also head over to the show notes and go ahead and purchase the program. (25:45): I do offer a two week money back a guarantee. So if for whatever reason you get in and you decide this isn't for you we will be refunding you the money minus the cost of any testing that you did or any supplements that we have sent you in, in the midst of that or any one-on-one services that we have provided for you. So now is the time take action, take control of your life. You guys, summer is a wonderful time to do that. And a lot of this can be done in summertime, okay. Even amongst the, the traveling and the busy schedules, we're gonna be, I'm gonna be sharing with you what I'm packing and what I'm doing for my vacations, for my road trips, all of that. Okay. So anyways, I'm super excited. Head over to the show notes. I will see you on the next (26:41): Way before you go, please subscribe. If you found value in today's episode, us and on, I.  

The Kluck Index
May 23 2022

The Kluck Index

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 3:51


Bad week to be the Red Mighty Morphin Power Ranger, we spend a load on impulse buys, Coke is going to permacaps, Krispy Kreme and Taco Bell want us to be fat forever.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

My Steps to Sobriety
10in10 Nate Dukes: From Coke Dealer to Hope Dealer

My Steps to Sobriety

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 7:21


In his early twenties, Nate was a business owner chasing success while dealing with a secret drug addiction. After constantly hitting rock bottom, hurting everyone close, stealing a car and going to jail, Nate went on a journey of changing his mindset and his decisions which helped him create his own comeback story. He quickly found that there were other people, just like him, who were stuck believing the lie that they'd never change. Through his book, onstage speaking, and personal coaching, Nate shares what he's learned to help other people make their own comeback.                 10in10: 1. If you're ready to make changes in your life, progress looks different for everyone 2. nothing can be changed until it is faced too many times 3. there are people from your past who know a version of you that no longer exists anymore 4. not everything that feels good at the moment is good for your future 5. who you were is not who you are 6. selfish people ruin the world - selfless people can change the world 7. the right voices in your life equal the right choices in your life 8. you're responsible for doing the right thing, not how people respond to it 9. gratitude reminds us that what we have right now is enough, but more importantly, that we are enough 10. success is not a reward. It's actually a responsibility Social media and contact info. Instagram - @WhoIsNateDukes  Website - https://www.youllneverchange.com

Tiempo de Juego
Gol de Coke (Rayo, 2 - Levante, 4)

Tiempo de Juego

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 1:59


Tanner & Drew's Donkey Show
T&D Donkey Show Podcast for Thursday - Jars of Coke

Tanner & Drew's Donkey Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 20:32


Screaming in the Cloud
At the Head of Community Development with Wesley Faulkner

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 35:19


About WesleyWesley Faulkner is a first-generation American, public speaker, and podcaster. He is a founding member of the government transparency group Open Austin and a staunch supporter of racial justice, workplace equity, and neurodiversity. His professional experience spans technology from AMD, Atlassian, Dell, IBM, and MongoDB. Wesley currently works as a Developer Advocate, and in addition, co-hosts the developer relations focused podcast Community Pulse and serves on the board for SXSW.Links Referenced: Twitter: https://twitter.com/wesley83 Polywork: https://polywork.com/wesley83 Personal Website: https://www.wesleyfaulkner.com/ TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: Finding skilled DevOps engineers is a pain in the neck! And if you need to deploy a secure and compliant application to AWS, forgettaboutit! But that's where DuploCloud can help. Their comprehensive no-code/low-code software platform guarantees a secure and compliant infrastructure in as little as two weeks, while automating the full DevSecOps lifestyle. Get started with DevOps-as-a-Service from DuploCloud so that your cloud configurations are done right the first time. Tell them I sent you and your first two months are free. To learn more visit: snark.cloud/duplo. Thats's snark.cloud/D-U-P-L-O-C-L-O-U-D.Corey: What if there were a single place to get an inventory of what you're running in the cloud that wasn't "the monthly bill?" Further, what if there were a way to compare that inventory to what you were already managing via Terraform, Pulumi, or CloudFormation, but then automatically add the missing unmanaged or drifted parts to it? And what if there were a policy engine to immediately flag and remediate a wide variety of misconfigurations? Well, stop dreaming and start doing; visit snark.cloud/firefly to learn more.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. I am joined again for a second time this year by Wesley Faulkner. Last time we spoke, he was a developer advocate. And since then, as so many have, he's changed companies. Wesley, thank you for joining me again. You're the Head of Community at SingleStore, now. Congrats on the promotion.Wesley: Thank you. It's been a very welcome change. I love developer advocates and developer advocacy. But I love people, too, so it's almost, I think, very analogous to the ebbs and flow that we all have gone through, through the pandemic, and leaning into my strong suits.Corey: It's a big deal having a ‘head of' in a role title, as opposed to Developer Advocate, Senior Developer Advocate. And it is a different role. It's easy to default into the world of thinking that it's a promotion. Management is in many ways orthogonal to what it takes to succeed in an actual role. And further, you're not the head of DevRel, or DevRelopers or whatever you want to call the term. You are instead the Head of Community. How tied is that to developer relations, developer advocacy, or other things that we are used to using as terms of art in this space?Wesley: If we're talking about other companies, I would say the Head of Community is something that's under the umbrella of developer relations, where it's just a peer to some of the other different elements or columns of developer relations. But in SingleStore specifically, I have to say that developer relations in terms of what you think about whole umbrella is very new to the company. And so, I consider myself the first person in the role of developer relations by being the Head of Community. So, a lot of the other parts are being bolted in, but under the focus of developer as a community. So, I'm liaisoning right now as helping with spearheading some of the design of the activities that the advocates do, as well as architecting the platform and the experiences of people coming in and experiencing SingleStore through the community's perspective.So, all that to say is, what I'm doing is extremely structured, and a lot of stuff that we're doing with the efficacy, I'm using some of my expertise to help guide that, but it's still something that's kind of like an offshoot and not well integrated at the moment.Corey: How has it changed the way that you view the function of someone who's advocating to developers, which is from my cynical perspective, “Oh, it's marketing, but we don't tell people it's marketing because they won't like it.” And yes, I know, I'll get emails about that. But how does it differ from doing that yourself versus being the head of the function of a company? Because leadership is a heck of a switch? I thought earlier in my career that oh, yeah, it's a natural evolution of being a mediocre engineer. Time to be a mediocre manager. And oh, no, no, I aspired to be a mediocre manager. It's a completely different skill set and I got things hilariously wrong. What's it like for you going through that shift?Wesley: First of all, it is kind of like advertising, and people may not think of it that way. Just to give an example, movie trailers is advertising. The free samples at the grocery store is advertising. But people love those because it gives an experience that they like in a package that they are accustomed to. And so, it's the same with developer relations; it's finding the thing that makes the experience worthwhile.On the community side, this is not new to me. I've done several different roles, maybe not in this combination. But when I was at MongoDB, I was a technical community manager, which is like a cog in the whole giant machine. But before that, in my other life, I managed social and community interactions for Walmart, and I had, at the slow period, around 65, but during the holidays, it would ramp up to 95 direct reports that I managed.It's almost—if you're a fan of The Princess Bride, it's different than fighting one person. Sometimes it's easier to fight, like, a squad or a gang of people. So, being Head of Community with such a young company is definitely a lot different than. In some ways, harder to deal with this type of community where we're just growing and emerging, rather than something more well-established.Corey: It probably gives you an interesting opportunity. Because back when I was doing engineering work as an SRE or whatever we call them in that era, it was, “Yeah, wow, my boss is terrible and has no idea what the hell they're doing.” So, then I found myself in the role, and it's, “Cool. Now, do all the things that you said you would do. Put up or shut up.”And it turns out that there's a lot you don't see that our strategic considerations. I completely avoided things like managing up or managing laterally or balancing trade-offs in different ways. Yeah, you're right. If you view the role of management as strictly being something that is between you and your direct reports, you can be an amazing manager from their perspective, but completely ineffective organizationally at accomplishing the goals that have been laid out for you.Wesley: Yeah. The good thing about being head of and the first head of is that you help establish those goals. And so, when you take a role with another company saying, “Hey, we have headcount for this,” and it's an established role, then you're kind of like streamlining into a process that's already underway. What's good about this role specifically, a ‘head of,' is that I help with not only designing what are the goals and the OKRs but deciding what the teams and what the team structure should look like. And so, I'm hiring for a specific position based on how it interacts with everything else.So, when I'm coming in, I don't say, “Well, what do you do?” Or, “How do you do it?” I said, “This is what needs to be done.” And that makes it so much easier just to say that if everything is working the way it should and to give marching orders based on the grand vision, instead of hitting the numbers this quarter or next quarter. Because what is core to my belief, and what's core, too, of how I approach things is at the heart of what I'm trying to do, which is really great, in terms of making something that didn't exist before.Corey: The challenge, too, is that everyone loves to say—and I love to see this at different ways—is the evolution and understanding of the DevRel folks who I work with and I have great relationships with realizing that you have to demonstrate business value. Because I struggle with this my entire career where I know intrinsically, that if I get on stage and tell a story about a thing that is germane to what my company does, that good things are going to happen. But it's very hard to do any form of attribution to it. In a different light, this podcast is a great example of this.We have sponsors. And people are listening. Ideally, they aren't fast-forwarding through sponsor messages; I do have interesting thoughts about the sponsors that I put into these ads. And that's great, but I also appreciate that people are driving while they're listening to this, and they are doing the dishes, they are mowing the lawn, and hopefully not turning up the volume too loudly so it damages their hearing. And the idea that they're going to suddenly stop any of those things and go punch in the link that I give is a little out to lunch there.Instead, it's partially brand awareness and it is occasionally the, “Wait. That resonates exactly with the problem that I have.” So, they get to work or they get back in front of a computer and the odds are terrific they're not going to punch in that URL of whatever I wound up giving; they're going to type in whatever phrases they remember and the company name into Google. Now—and doing attribution on something like that is very hard.It gets even more hard when we're talking about something that is higher up the stack that requires a bit more buy-in than individual developers. There's often a meeting or two about it. And then someone finally approaches the company to have a conversation. Now, does it work? Yes. There are companies that are sponsoring this stuff that spend a lot of time, effort, and money on that.I don't know how you do that sort of attribution; I don't pretend to know, but I know that it works. Because these people whose entire job is making sure that it does tell me it does. So, I smile, I nod, and that's great. But it's very hard to wind up building out a direct, “If you spend X dollars sponsoring this, you will see Y dollars in response.” But in the DevOps world, when your internal doing these things, well, okay because to the company, I look an awful lot like an expensive developer except I don't ever write production code.And then—at least in the before times—“So, what does your job do? Because looking at the achievements and accomplishments last quarter, it looks an awful lot like you traveled to exotic places on the company dime, give talks that are of only vague relevance to what we do, and then hang out at parties with your friends? Nice job, how can I get that?” But it's also first on the chopping block when okay, how do we trim expenses go? And I think it's a mistake to do that. I just don't think that story of the value of developer relations is articulated super-well. And I say that, but I don't know how to do a much better job of it myself.Wesley: Well, that's why corporate or executive buy-in is important because if they know from the get-go while you're there, it makes it a little bit easier to sell. But you do have to show that you are executing. So, there are always two parts to presenting a story, and that's one, the actual quantitative, like, I've done this many talks—so that output part—I've written this many blog posts, or I've stood up this many events that people can attend to. And then there's the results saying, people did read this post, people did show up to my event, people did listen to my talk that I gave. But you also need to give the subjective ones where people respond back and say, “I loved your talk,” or, “I heard you on Corey's podcast,” or, “I read your blog posts,” because even though you might not understand that it goes all the way down in a conversion funnel to a purchase, you can least use that stand-in to say there's probably, like, 20, 30 people behind this person to have that same sentiment, so you can see that your impact is reaching people and that it's having some sort of lasting effect.That said, you have to keep it up. You have to try to increase your output and increase your sphere of influence. Because when people go to solve their problem, they're going to look into their history and their own Rolodex of saying what was the last thing that I heard? What was the last thing that's relevant?There is a reason that Pepsi and Coke still do advertising. It's not because people don't know those brands, but being easily recalled, or a center of relevance based on how many touchpoints or how many times that you've seen them, either from being on American Idol and the logo facing the camera, or seeing a whole display when you go into the grocery store. Same with display advertising. All of this stuff works hand in hand so that you can be front-of-mind with the people and the decision-makers who will make that decision. And we went through this through the pandemic where… that same sentiment, it was like, “You just travel and now you can't travel, so we're just going to get rid of the whole department.”And then those same companies are hunting for those people to come back or to rebuild these departments that are now gone because maybe you don't see what we do, but when it's gone, you definitely notice a dip. And that trust is from the top-up. You have to do not just external advocacy, but you have to do internal advocacy about what impacts you're having so that at least the people who are making that decision can hopefully understand that you are working hard and the work is paying off.Corey: Since the last time that we spoke, you've given your first keynote, which—Wesley: Yes.Corey: Is always an interesting experience to go through. It was at a conference called THAT Conference. And I feel the need to specify that because otherwise, we're going to wind up with a ‘who's on first' situation. But THAT Conference is the name.Wesley: Specify THAT. Yes.Corey: Exactly. Better specify THAT. Yes. So, what was your keynote about? And for a bit of a behind-the-scenes look, what was that like for you?Wesley: Let me do the behind-the-scenes because it's going to lead up to actual the execution.Corey: Excellent.Wesley: So, I've been on several different podcasts. And one of the ones that I loved for years is one called This Week in Tech with Leo Laporte. Was a big fan of Leo Laporte back in the Screen Saver days back in TechTV days. Loved his opinion, follow his work. And I went to a South by Southwest… three, four years ago where I actually met him.And then from that conversation, he asked me to be on his show. And I've been on the show a handful of times, just talking about tech because I love tech. Tech is my passion, not just doing it, but just experiencing and just being on either side of creating or consuming. When I moved—I moved recently also since, I think, from the last time I was on your show—when I moved here to Wisconsin, the organizer of THAT Conference said that he's been following me for a while, since my first appearance on This Week in Tech, and loved my outlook and my take on things. And he approached me to do a keynote.Since I am now Wisconsin—THAT Conference is been in Wisconsin since inception and it's been going on for ten years—and he wanted me to just basically share my knowledge. Clean slate, have enough time to just say whatever I wanted. I said, “Yes, I can do that.” So, my experience on my end was like sheer excitement and then quickly sheer terror of not having a framework of what I was going to speak on or how I was going to deliver it. And knowing as a keynote, that it would be setting the tone for the whole conference.So, I decided to talk on the thing that I knew the most about, which was myself. Talked about my journey growing up and learning what my strengths, what my weaknesses are, how to navigate life, as well as the corporate jungle, and deciding where I wanted to go. Do I want to be the person that I feel like I need to be in order to be successful, which when we look at structures and examples and the things that we hold on a pedestal, we feel that we have to be perfect, or we have to be knowledgeable, and we have to do everything, well rounded in order to be accepted. Especially being a minority, there's a lot more caveats in terms of being socially acceptable to other people. And then the other path that I could have taken, that I chose to take, was to accept my things that are seen as false, but my own quirkiness, my own uniqueness and putting that front and center about, this is me, this is my person that over the years has formed into this version of myself.I'm going to make sure that is really transparent and so if I go anywhere, they know what they're getting, and they know what they're signing up for by bringing me on board. I have an opinion, I will share my opinion, I will bring my whole self, I won't just be the person that is technical or whimsical, or whatever you're looking for. You have to take the good with the bad, you have to take the I really understand technology, but I have ADHD and I might miss some deadlines. [laugh].Corey: This episode is sponsored in parts by our friend EnterpriseDB. EnterpriseDB has been powering enterprise applications with PostgreSQL for 15 years. And now EnterpriseDB has you covered wherever you deploy PostgreSQL on premises, private cloud, and they just announced a fully managed service on AWS and Azure called BigAnimal, all one word.Don't leave managing your database to your cloud vendor because they're too busy launching another half dozen manage databases to focus on any one of them that they didn't build themselves. Instead, work with the experts over at EnterpriseDB. They can save you time and money, they can even help you migrate legacy applications, including Oracle, to the cloud.To learn more, try BigAnimal for free. Go to biganimal.com/snark, and tell them Corey sent you.Corey: I have a very similar philosophy, and how I approach these things where it's there is no single speaking engagement that I can fathom even being presented to me, let alone me accepting that is going to be worth me losing the reputation I have developed for authenticity. It's you will not get me to turn into a shill for whatever it is that I am speaking in front of this week. Conversely, whether it's a paid speaking engagement or not, I have a standing policy of not using a platform that is being given to me by a company or organization to make them look foolish. In other words, I will not make someone regret inviting me to speak at their events. Full stop.And I have spoken at events for AWS; I have spoken at events for Oracle, et cetera, et cetera, and there's no company out there that I'm not going to be able to get on stage and tell an entertaining and engaging story, but it requires me to dunk on them. And that's fine. Frankly, if there is a company like that where I could not say nice things about them—such as Facebook—I would simply decline to pursue the speaking opportunity. And that is the way that I view it. And very few companies are on that list, to be very honest with you.Now, there are exceptions to this, if you're having a big public keynote, I will do my traditional live-tweet the keynote and make fun of people because that is, A, expected and, B, it's live-streamed anywhere on the planet I want to be sitting at that point in time, and yeah, if you're saying things in public, you can basically expect that to be the way that I approach these things. But it's a nuanced take, and that is something that is not fully understood by an awful lot of folks who run events. I'll be the first to admit that aspects of who and what I am mean that some speaking engagements are not open to me. And I'm okay with that, on some level, I truly am. It's a different philosophy.But I do know that I am done apologizing for who I am and what I'm about. And at some point that required a tremendous amount of privilege and a not insignificant willingness to take a risk that it was going to work out all right. I can't imagine going back anymore. Now, that road is certainly not what I would recommend to everyone, particularly folks earlier in their career, particularly for folks who don't look just like I do and have a failure mode of a board seat and a book deal somewhere, but figuring out where you will and will not compromise is always an important thing to get straight for yourself before you're presented with a situation where you have to make those decisions, but now there's a whole bunch of incentive to decide in one way or another.Wesley: And that's a journey. You can't just skip sections, right? You didn't get to where you are unless you went through the previous experience that you went through. And it's true for everyone. If you see those success books or how-to books written by people who are extremely rich, and, like, how to become successful and, like, okay, well, that journey is your own. It doesn't make it totally, like, inaccessible to everyone else, but you got to realize that not everyone can walk that path. And—Corey: You were in the right place at the right time, an early employee at a company that did phenomenally well and that catapulted you into reach beyond the wildest dreams of avarice territory. Good for you, but fundamentally, when you give talks like that as a result, what it often presents as is, “I won the lottery, and here's how you can too.” It doesn't work that way. The road you walked was unique to you and that opportunity is closed, not open anyone else, so people have to find their own paths.Wesley: Yeah, and lightning doesn't strike in the same place twice. But there are some things where you can understand some fundamentals. And depending on where you go, I think you do need to know yourself, you do need to know—like, be able to access yourself, but being able to share that, of course, you have to be at a point where you feel comfortable. And so, even if you're in a space where you don't feel that you can be your authentic self or be able to share all parts of you, you yourself should at least know yourself and then make that decision. I agree that it's a point of privilege to be able to say, “Take me how I am.”I'm lucky that I've gotten here, not everyone does, and just because you don't doesn't mean that you're a failure. It just means that the world hasn't caught up yet. People who are part of marginalized society, like, if you are, let's say trans, or if you are even gay, you take the same person, the same stance, the same yearning to be accepted, and then transport it to 50 years ago, you're not safe. You will not necessarily be accepted, or you may not even be successful. And if you have a lane where you can do that, all the power to you, but not everyone could be themselves, and you just need to make sure that at least you can know yourself, even if you don't share that with the world.Corey: It takes time to get there, and I think you're right that it's impossible to get there without walking through the various steps. It's one of the reasons I'm somewhat reluctant to talk overly publicly about my side project gig of paid speaking engagements, for instance, is that the way to get those is you start off by building a reputation as a speaker, and that takes an awful lot of time. And speaking at events where there's no budget even to pay you a speaking fee out of anyway. And part of what gets the keynote invitations to, “Hey, we want you to come and give a talk,” is the fact that people have seen you speak elsewhere and know what you're about and what to expect. Here's a keynote presented by someone who's never presented on stage before is a recipe for a terrifying experience, if not for the speaker or the audience, definitely [laugh] for the event organizers because what if they choke.?Easy example of this, even now hundreds of speaking engagements in, the adrenaline hit right before I go on stage means that sometimes my knees shake a bit before I walk out on stage. I make it a point to warn the people who are standing with me backstage, “Oh, this is a normal thing. Don't worry, it is absolutely expected. It happens every time. Don't sweat it.”And, like, “Thank you for letting us know. That is the sort of thing that's useful.” And then they see me shake, and they get a little skeptical. Like, I thought this guy was a professional. What's the story and I walk on stage and do my thing and I come back. Like, “That was incredible. I was worried at the beginning.” “I told you, we all have our rituals before going on stage. Mine is to shake like a leaf.”But the value there is that people know what to generally expect when I get on stage. It's going to have humor, there's going to be a point interwoven throughout what I tend to say, and in the case of paid speaking engagements, I always make sure I know where the boundaries are of things I can make fun of a big company for. Like, I can get on stage and make fun of service naming or I can make fun of their deprecation policy or something like that, but yeah, making fun of the way that they wind up handling worker relations is probably not going to be great and it could get the person who championed me fired or centered internally. So, that is off the table.Like, even on this podcast, for example, I sometimes get feedback from listeners of, “Well, you have someone from company X on and you didn't beat the crap out of them on this particular point.” It's yeah, you do understand that by having people on the show I'm making a tacit agreement not to attack them. I'm not a journalist. I don't pretend to be. But if I beat someone up with questions about their corporate policy, yeah, very rarely do I have someone who is in a position in those companies to change that policy, and they're certainly not authorized to speak on the record about those things.So, I can beat them up on it, they can say, “I can't answer that,” and we're not going to go anywhere. What is the value of that? It looks like it's not just gotcha journalism, but ineffective gotcha journalism. It doesn't work that way. And that's never been what this show is about.But there's that consistent effort behind the scenes of making sure that people will be entertained, will enjoy what they're seeing, but also are not going to deeply regret giving me a microphone, has always been the balancing act, at least for me. And I want to be clear, my style is humor. It is not for everyone. And my style of humor has a failure mode of being a jerk and making people feel bad, so don't think that my path is the only or even a recommended way for folks who want to get more into speaking to proceed.Wesley: You also mention, though, about, like, punching up versus punching down. And if you really tear down a company after you've been invited to speak, what you're doing is you're punching down at the person who booked you. They're not the CEO; they're not the owner of the company; they're the person who's in charge of running an event or booking speakers. And so, putting that person and throwing them under the bus is punching down because now you're threatening their livelihood, and it doesn't make any market difference in terms of changing the corporate's values or how they execute. So yeah, I totally agree with you in that one.And, like you were saying before, if there's a company you really thought was abhorrent, why speak there? Why give them or lend your reputation to this company if you absolutely feel that it's something you don't want to be associated with? You can just choose not to do that. For me, when I look at speaking, it is important for me to really think about why I'm speaking as well. So, not just the company who's hiring me, but the audience that I'll be serving.So, if I'm going to help with inspiring the next generation of developers, or helping along the thought of how to make the world a better place, or how people themselves can be better people so that we can just change the landscape and make it a lot friendlier, that is also its own… form of compensation and not just speaking for a speaker's fee. So, I do agree that you need to not just be super Negative Nancy, and try to fight all fights. You need to embrace some of the good things and try to make more of those experiences good for everyone, not just the people who are inviting you there, but the people who are attending. And when I started speaking, I was not a good speaker as well. I made a lot of mistakes, and still do, but I think speaking is easier than some people think and if someone truly wants to do it, they should go ahead and get started.What is the saying? If there's something is truly important, you'll be bad at it [laugh] and you'll be okay with it. I started speaking because of my role as a developer advocate. And if you just do a Google search for ‘CFPs,' you can start speaking, too. So, those who are not public speakers and want to get into it, just Google ‘CFP' and then start applying.And then you'll get better at your submissions, you'll get better at your slides, and then once you get accepted, then you'll get better at preparing, then you'll get better at actually speaking. There's a lot of steps between starting and stopping and it's okay to get started doing that route. The other thing I wanted to point out is I feel public speaking is the equivalent of lifting your own bodyweight. If you can do it, you're one of the small few of the population that is willing to do so or that can do it. If you start public speaking, that in itself is an accomplishment and an experience that is something that is somewhat enriching. And being bad at it doesn't take the passion away from you. If you just really want to do it, just keep doing it, even if you're a bad speaker.Corey: Yeah. The way to give a great talk because you have a bunch of terrible talks first.Wesley: Yeah. And it's okay to do that.Corey: And it's not the in entirety of community. It's not even a requirement to be involved with the community. If you're one of those people that absolutely dreads the prospect of speaking publicly, fine. I'm not suggesting that, oh, you need to get over that and get on stage. That doesn't help anyone. Don't do the things you dread doing because you know that it's not going to go well for you.That's the reason I don't touch actual databases. I mean, come on, let's be realistic. I will accidentally the data, and then we won't have a company anymore. So, I know what things I'm good at and things I'm not. I also don't do hostage negotiations, for obvious reasons.Wesley: And also, here's a little, like, secret tip. If you really want to do public speaking and you start doing public speaking and you're not so good at it from other peoples' perspective, but you still love doing it and you think you're getting better, doing public speaking is one of those things where you can say that you do it and no one will really question how good you are at it. [laugh]. If you're just in casual conversation, it's like, “Hey, I wrote a book.” People like, “Oh, wow. This person wrote the book on blah, blah, blah.”Corey: It's a self-published book that says the best way to run Kubernetes. It's a single page; it says, “Don't.” In 150-point type. “The end.” But I wrote a book.Wesley: Yeah.Corey: Yeah.Wesley: People won't probe too much and it'll help you with your development. So, go ahead and get started. Don't worry about doing that thing where, like, I have to be the best before I can present it. Call yourself a public speaker. Check, done.Corey: Always. We are the stories we tell, and nowhere is it more true than in the world of public speaking. I really want to thank you for taking the time out of your day to speak with me about this for a second time in a single year. Oh, my goodness. If people want to learn more about what you're up to, where can they find you?Wesley: I'm on Twitter, @wesley83 on Twitter. And you can find me also on PolyWork. So, polywork.com/wesley83. Or just go to wesleyfaulkner.com which redirects you there. I list pretty much everything that I am working on and any upcoming speaking opportunities, hopefully when they release that feature, will also be on that Polywork page.Corey: Excellent. And of course, I started Polywork recently, and I'm at thoughtleader.cloud because of course I am, which is neither here nor there. Thank you so much for taking the time to speak about this side of the industry that we never really get to talk about much, at least not publicly and not very often.Wesley: Well, thank you for having me on the show. And I wanted to take some time to say thank you for the work that you're doing. Not just elevating voices like myself, but talking truth to power, like we mentioned before, but being yourself and being a great representation of how people should be treating others: being honest without being mean, being snarky without being rude. And other companies and other people who've given me a chance, and given me a platform, I wanted to say thank you to you too, and I wouldn't be here unless it was people like you acknowledging the work that I've been doing.Corey: All it takes is just recognizing what you're doing and acknowledging it. People often want to thank me for this stuff, but it's just, what, for keeping my eyes open? I don't know, I feel like it's just the job; it's not something that is above and beyond any expected normal behavior. The only challenge is I look around the industry and I realize just how wrong that impression is, apparently. But here we are. It's about finding people doing interesting work and letting them tell their story. That's all this podcast has ever tried to be.Wesley: Yeah. And you do it. And doing the work is part of the reward, and I really appreciate you just going through the effort. Even having your ears open is something that I'm glad that you're able to at least know who the people are and who are making noises—or making noise to raise their profile up and then in turn, sharing that with the world. And so, that's a great service that you're providing, not just for me, but for everyone.Corey: Well, thank you. And as always, thank you for your time. Wesley Faulkner, Head of Community at SingleStore. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, along with a rambling comment telling me exactly why DevRel does not need success metrics of any kind.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Black Irish Podcast
Best Coke Ever

Black Irish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 60:31


Don't do drugs, irresponsibly. Mike is Black and the cat is out of the bag. This week, the guys get into addresses, mail creeps, Coke, making hard cutbacks, lingering questions, Mike and Brendan make a personal wager, NBA Playoffs, NBA Lottery, PGA bets, Carmen Electra, Drake, entertainment reviews and more! Spotify Playlist of the Week: Big L & The Clash https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1bpQaqhElRs0HIlYxm4Ee7?si=u4GrpwK3T9qhkgrfmBuloQ (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1bpQaqhElRs0HIlYxm4Ee7?si=u4GrpwK3T9qhkgrfmBuloQ) EPISODE TIMELINE 0:00 - Intro/He's Black 2:06 - Paint the Curb 5:37 - Best Coke Ever 7:43 - 30 Days of Pain Update 11:26 - Follow Ups 17:22 - Mavs/Warriors Wager 23:19 - NBA Lottery & Playoffs 29:37 - PGA Championship Picks 33:28 - Whatcha Watchin? Katt Williams, Carmen Electra & Drake Drama 52:34 - Indecent Proposal 55:24 - Skippin Kendrick/Playlist/Ratings Ratio/Outro Follow us: Instagram: @blackirishpod Twitter: @blackirishpod Mike Instagram: @blackirish213 Brendan Instagram: @brendallas7 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIbaKEbLuh1SMqkWNPP5Omg

couch-tv
467-AxlRose-couch-tv.de

couch-tv

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022


Coke in Coke - Sammy the Bull - Selling Sunset - Elon Musk - Scharfe Frauen - Knast - früher Humor - Shameless - Elektro Lurche - Verfall - Supermarkt Man - Shadoe Stevens - Sparks Steakhouse UND: Hot Waschmaschinen Talk ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TP ALBEN: https://www.amazon.de/s?k=Thorsten+Passek&i=audible&s=date-desc-rank&qid=1612200102&ref=sr_st_date-desc-rank ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GNR _The greatest show.....: https://youtu.be/KcDNkDC1JGk

HitThatLine.com Audio
Halftime Pod Presented By Eastside Liquor- May 17, 2022

HitThatLine.com Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 86:49


Feeling good or meh about Hogs baseball? Do you care about Coke? Burks inks rookie deal; Powerwalking Drew Guest- Alyssa Orange

Fit Dad Nation
151 - Yes, It Really Is This Simple

Fit Dad Nation

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 22:29


Just one week into our OFA fat loss challenge in the Inner Circle, the results are already very clear. Now you don't have to be part of this challenge to experience the same benefits as I've seen and it's as simple as following a few very basic principles. This is what we're doing: 1. Training daily. Nothing crazy or too time consuming, just consistent effort. 2. Following a simple, whole food approach to eating. We cut out all the processed junk and fast food and are eating only high quality food. 3. Drinking 90-128 oz. of water daily. Simple right? 4. Daily mobility work. We spend maybe 10 minutes a day stretching and improving range of motion. That's literally it. The men in the challenge are dropping weight, feeling great, and motivated to keep pushing. Personally, I'm sleeping a ton better and my energy is through the roof. Up until the challenge, I was eating pretty crappy and drinking too many Coke's and felt lousy most of the time. Now it's a whole different feeling and I'm not going back. So whether you've been off for a while or just need a swift kick in the butt, just start with these few basics and stick with them and you'll definitely start making some progress quickly.

Game Fix Show
Super Street Fighter 2, Mortal Kombat 12, & A Taste Test

Game Fix Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 82:58


Jack fills in for Spanish as the boys talk Evil Dead: The Game, discuss what to believe with the latest Mortal Kombat 12 rumors, and Verlane tastes Coke's attempt at the flavor of a pixel. All that plus more this week on the Game Fix Show. Follow us @GameFixShow

HitThatLine.com Audio
Bud Light Next Morning Rush Podcast: Montaric Brown joins the show, Coke back at the U of A!

HitThatLine.com Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 73:06


Montaric Brown on being drafted by the Jags, Coach Courtney Deifel on this weekend, plus Coke is back!

All Portable Discussion Zone
Getting Fit For Your Portable Radio Adventures. #16 Season 2

All Portable Discussion Zone

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 63:10


We often overlook a very important part of ham radio – our wellness. Heather KJ7YUG, Certified Master Health & Wellness Coach joins us for this episode to discuss how we can get more out of our hobby through improving our fitness, health, and overall wellness. Heather is a highly motivated self-starter who really wants to see others succeed. Through her profession and hobbies, she has helped numerous people reach their aspirations and life goals. Many people have expressed that they wish they were more fit so they could get out and enjoy Summits on the Air or even Parks on the Air. We will explore what wellness actions you can take to get started with portable ops. We will also talk about wellness improvements for those of you currently active in portable ops so you can feel even better! Website: https://www.healthcoachheather.com/ Instagram: health_coach_heather Facebook: traditionaltable Healthy Families Rule Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/848173 Sound the War-Cry Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1367518 Join us as we talk about how YOU can have better health for ham radio in this episode of the All Portable Discussion Zone “AP/DZ”. Every aspect of Portable Ops is explored in this biweekly live stream as we discuss news, gear, achievements, the workbench, contests, awards and more - find all Portable Ops related topics here. Twitter: Charlie NJ7V @NJ7V_ Dan KC7MSU @KC7MSU Brian W7JET @BBW7JET Help support this channel - buy us a Coke: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/RedSummitRF Donate https://www.patreon.com/redsummitrf Obtain a sticker https://redsummitrf.blogspot.com Red Summit RF Amazon Storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/redsummitrf #APDZ #SOTA #PortableOps #HamRadio

Jeff and Jared Save the World Podcast
EP 16| West Virginia Taco Bell | Amber Heard Does Coke on the Stand

Jeff and Jared Save the World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 38:06


Hello everyone and welcome back.  This episode Jared is on a warpath with a specific chain of businesses.  We reacted to Amber Heard allegedly doing Coke on the stand.  We also feature our regular cast of colorful videos!

Harold's Old Time Radio
A Date With Coke 85-12-30 Last Episode

Harold's Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 3:27


A Date With Coke 85-12-30 Last Episode

Hey Frase Podcast
#796 JUST IN! Was Amber Heard Doing Coke During Her Testimony

Hey Frase Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 12:38


There's so much acting involved in this trial! Amber awkwardly sniffled into a tissue on the stand, but was it cocaine? Hear the full episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-sarah-fraser-show/id1064651383?i=1000560236897 Show is sponsored by:    Calm.com/tsfs for 40% OFF    Dameproducts.com use code TSFS for 15% off your order   HelloFresh: hellofresh.com/tsfs16 for up to 16 free meals   Horizonfibroids.com - Get rid of those nasty fibroids!    Nutrafol.com: use code TSFS for FREE shipping and $15 off   Organifi.com/tsfs for 20% off your order   Radleyacura.com - Now's the time to buy a Radley Acura   Switchcraft: Download the Switchcraft App for FREE in the app store   Zocdoc.com/tsfs - Download the Zocdoc App for FREE   Advertise on The Sarah Fraser Show: thesarahfrasershow@gmail.com Got at HOT TIP on 90 Day Fiance, a TLC Show, Welcome To Plathville? Email: thesarahfrasershow@gmail.com Follow me on Tiktok: @thesarahfrasershow Book me on Cameo: cameo.com/sarahfraser Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fool Coverage with Manny MUA and Laura Lee
Did Amber Heard actually do coke on the stand?

Fool Coverage with Manny MUA and Laura Lee

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 60:32


It's Rapid Fire week on Fool Coverage! Manny and Laura cover what has been revealed from Amber's trial in the Amber and Johnny defamation case, they also talk about Jesse Williams going full nude in a play, give their take on the new Dr. Strange movie, Dave Chappelle attack on stage, and much more! Follow Laura on IG: @larlarlee Follow Manny on IG: @mannymua733 More about the show: Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: https://bit.ly/FoolCoverage Check out Fool Coverage on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKlJLwZV472zWlO9eQv4RGg. Thanks to our sponsors: To score 15% off your Blenders purchase, visit blenderseyewear.com and enter promo code foolvip. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

iRacers Lounge
Cowboy IT - Episode 0330

iRacers Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 116:09


We have Evan Posocco on to talk Coke racing at Kansas, we get word on a particular long race in the rolling hills of France, and the Indy 500 is in full swing as we prepare for the big race. Take a load off and join us in the iRacers Lounge! iRacers Lounge Podcast is available on iTunes and Apple's Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play Music, Spotify, Soundcloud, Podbean, Spreaker, Podbay, PodFanatic, Overcast, Amazon, and other podcast players. Sponsors: Hosts: Mike Ellis – twitter.com/MikeDeanEllis David Hall – www.twitch.tv/mixmage Greg Hecktus – twitter.com/froozenkaktus – www.twitch.tv/froozenkaktus Brian Maccubbin – www.twitch.tv/MacRubbinsRacin Kyle Pendygraft – twitter.com/LoudPedalGaming Tony Groves – www.twitch.tv/SirGroves Adam Josselyn- twitter.com/Jossad83 Chris Scales – twitter.com/JediMcfly Tony Rochette – twitter.com/TonyRochette Tom Dreiling – Links: Old Show Notes – bit.ly/2CFeArM Facebook – www.facebook.com/iRacersLounge/ Twitter – twitter.com/iracerslounge Instagram – instagram.com/iracersloungepodcast/ Web (New Show Notes) – iracerslounge.com/

Dabs N Discussions
Smoking Pens, arrows and axes, smoking weed out of coke cans, sandwiches and 94th aero squadron

Dabs N Discussions

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 80:17


 we talk about stuff this week......and things. 

The Morning Stream
TMS 2288: MC Julia Child

The Morning Stream

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 106:00


Round Up the Fruit-Haters! Don't Disparage Those Frosted Tips. Never mix your fruit beer. I hAtE tHe TiNA vOIce!! No Gummies... Brought to Utah... By Me. A Sockfull of Coke. Fill Thanos' void. I had THREE BEERS! I'll have a scoop of Wet Dishrag. Lauren Butter Becan. Isn't there a Julia Child documentary called Julia something? Bill is Laserbutt15. Loops and Holes, Baby! Loops and Holes. One Math or Five Math. iO You An Explanation with Tom. Poipu Caffeination With Randy and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!
TMS 2288: MC Julia Child

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 106:00


Round Up the Fruit-Haters! Don't Disparage Those Frosted Tips. Never mix your fruit beer. I hAtE tHe TiNA vOIce!! No Gummies... Brought to Utah... By Me. A Sockfull of Coke. Fill Thanos' void. I had THREE BEERS! I'll have a scoop of Wet Dishrag. Lauren Butter Becan. Isn't there a Julia Child documentary called Julia something? Bill is Laserbutt15. Loops and Holes, Baby! Loops and Holes. One Math or Five Math. iO You An Explanation with Tom. Poipu Caffeination With Randy and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

The Secret Teachings
The Secret Teachings 5/11/22 - Obese is the new Anorexic w. Mike D

The Secret Teachings

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 120:01


Where once anorexia was considered an obscene way to advertise, obesity has now become the new skinny. Diet and weight have become extremely divisive elements within society, and the other end of the spectrum or scale is now being glorified. Companies like PepsiCo famously told consumers that exercise alone would protect them from soda. However, it turns out that psychologically people consume more when fed this information. Likewise, selling products in smaller containers, with green logos, slogans, and health halos, contribute to profit rather than our health or that of the planet. Now companies are just telling consumers that they have the power, with a subconscious implication that the power is to buy a product. The whole idea is that you can buy whatever you want and eat whatever you want, whenever you want. Coke is even actively discouraging physical movement of any kind. Advertisers are also using ultra-small minorities in uncommon characterizations to market products, acting as if they care about obese black women surfing or gay men in high heels dancing on a stripper pole - this is an actual commercial. The flaunting and glorification of skin and bones have now become the flaunting and glorification of fat.

Obsessed with Wine
The Daily Taste: Wednesday May 11th, 2022 - Are wines high in sugar?

Obsessed with Wine

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 3:59


Hello Wine Enthusiasts Welcome to the Daily Taste for Wednesday May 11th, 2022I saw an ad online the other day advertising low sugar wines.  The picture shows a wine glass full of granular sugar and its heading reads, “How much sugar does your wine contain?” Most people probably can't definitively answer this question and may assume that there is some sugar in their wine based on this add. The advertisement is supposed to get you to consider buying their low sugar wines as a healthy alternative to the wines you already drink.   Since wine labels don't have to report on the sweetness level of their wines, it makes sense that most people don't know.  So how much sugar is in our wines?  If we are looking to cut sugar out of our diets, does it mean we have to give up wine too?  These are questions I wanted to answer so here is what I learned.  All Wine grapes contain the fruit sugars fructose and glucose.  During alcoholic fermentation, the yeast eat the sugars and produce ethanol and carbon dioxide. Any sugar that is left by the yeast after fermentation is called residual sugar or RS. The level of RS desired in the wine is determined by the winemaker depending on the type of wine he or she wants to make. The winemaking team keeps a very close eye on their fermentations and runs analysis on wine samples everyday in the lab.  The sugar level of the fermenting juice is one of the most important analysis done.  This tells the winemaking team how the fermentation is progressing.  If the winemaker wants to make a sweet wine, they will typically arrest the fermentation at the desired sugar level by dropping the temperature of the tank to stop the yeast activity.  If a dry wine is desired, the winemaking team will let the fermentation go until all of the detectible sugar has been consumed.  It's difficult to get a wine to bone dry which means there is absolutely no residual sugar.  Therefore, most wines that are considered Dry still contain between 0 and 10 g/l RS.  For comparison, a can of regular Coke has 108 g/l of sugar.  Off-dry wines such as some Rieslings contain 10-35 g/l RS, Sweet wines like Moscato and sweet Riesling contain 35-120 g/l RS, and very sweet wines including Tawney Ports, Ice Wines, and Sauternes contain 120 – 220 g/l Rs.  So, what does this mean?  It means that if you are drinking a dry wine such as a Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, a Pinot Noir, or a Viognier for example, you are getting a wine that has very low sugar.  You would have to drink almost 11 glasses of your favorite Zinfandel to get the amount of sugar in a can of coke.  That's assuming the wine has 10 g/l of RS and most dry wines have much less.  One more thing to consider, there is a correlation between cheap wines and residual sugar levels.  Cheap wines typically mask the taste of lower quality grapes by leaving additional residual sugar. Finally, if you enjoy the content of this podcast, I encourage you to go to the show website at www.obsessedwithwine.net and click on the link at the top of the page called “Buy me a glass of wine” Unfortunately it doesn't buy me any wine, but it does give you the opportunity to donate to the show which helps me offset some of the costs of production.  Anything you can donate is greatly appreciated!  

GüD Vibes Podcast
Hey you guys....Hall passes and knowing your limit...

GüD Vibes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 124:17


Well we are well into May and in Texas its already feeling like summer and this episode is blazing!!!Preshow: Topics include Star trek's Take Over of paramount , star trek discovery , saved by the bell , dynamite warriors,  Benedict Cumberbatch on SNL.Quote of the Day:  A Change Gone COMECool Story Bro: Zorro gets that A**, Gators love Coke but only if it's Diet,  Columbia'  main export, Karen Wins the Lotto,Caller of the week: it's a classicMOW: The Goonies3OK: Best Karaoke SongsSupport the show

Wicked Awkward M@ssholes
The Queen does Coke up the Wazoo!

Wicked Awkward M@ssholes

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 59:26


Happy Mother's Day! First, our 2 cents on the Depp v. Heard trial and all the viral videos flooding TikTok.  Followed by the absolute bullshit topic of overturning Roe v. Wade and letting you know how joining The Satanic Temple might be a good idea in order for women to keep our rights over OUR bodies.Let's jump in!Bad Bunny is out here doing big fucking things. Benito has not only released this summers banger album, but also the quick mention of him taking on a MCU role.Fantastic Beast: The Secrets of Dumbledore (2022) in theaters. Dumbledore assigns Newt and his allies with a mission related to the rising of Grindlewald. Starring Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Ezra Miller, Mads Mikkelsen and so many more returning actors! 1,000/10 to Man's delight.Bridgerton Season 1 and Season 2 on Netflix (2020) Wealth, lust, and betrayal set against the backdrop of Regency-era England, seen through the eyes of the powerful Bridgeton family. With a vast and inclusive cast, vibrant colors, and an old take on new music, the series walks us through the rules of proper etiquette, courting and the consequences when those rules are broken. According to Jo, Season 1 was trash, but Season 2 was worth the wait.Anatomy: A Love Story by Dana Schwartz. Taking place in Edinburgh, 1817, Hazel Sinnett is a lady who wants to be a surgeon more than she wants to marry. Jack Currer is a resurrection man who's just trying to survive in a city where it's too easy to die. When the two of them have a chance encounter outside the Edinburgh Anatomist's Society, Hazel thinks nothing of it at first. But after she gets kicked out of renowned surgeon Dr. Beecham's lectures for being the wrong gender, she realizes that her new acquaintance might be more helpful than she first thought. Because Hazel has made a deal with Dr. Beecham: if she can pass the medical examination on her own, the university will allow her to enroll. Without official lessons, though, Hazel will need more than just her books – she'll need bodies to study, corpses to dissect. Lucky that she's made the acquaintance of someone who digs them up for a living, then. But Jack has his own problems: strange men have been seen skulking around cemeteries, his friends are disappearing off the streets. Hazel and Jack work together to uncover the secrets buried not just in unmarked graves, but in the very heart of Edinburgh society.Fate: The Winx Saga (2021) available on Netflix. Fairies attend a magical boarding school in the Otherworld, where they must learn to master their magical powers while navigating love, rivalries and the monsters that threaten their very existence.

Hey Frase Podcast
#792 Recapping Mother's Day, Update On Mama Fraser, Amber Heard Doing Coke On The Stand?

Hey Frase Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 39:21


How was your Mother's Day? I got a $200 lawn chair, I'll tell you all about it. Plus, an update on my mom's kidney cancer diagnosis. Breaking down the latest in the Johnny Debb/Amber Heard trial. Why was Johnny eating gummy bears during Amber's testimony and was she doing coke on the stand?    Show is sponsored by:   Calm.com/tsfs for 40% OFF    Dameproducts.com use code TSFS for 15% off your order   HelloFresh: hellofresh.com/tsfs16 for up to 16 free meals   Horizonfibroids.com - Get rid of those nasty fibroids!    Nutrafol.com: use code TSFS for FREE shipping and $15 off   Organifi.com/tsfs for 20% off your order   Radleyacura.com - Now's the time to buy a Radley Acura   Switchcraft: Download the Switchcraft App for FREE in the app store   Zocdoc.com/tsfs - Download the Zocdoc App for FREE   Advertise on The Sarah Fraser Show: thesarahfrasershow@gmail.com Got at HOT TIP on 90 Day Fiance, a TLC Show, Welcome To Plathville? Email: thesarahfrasershow@gmail.com Follow me on Tiktok: @thesarahfrasershow@gmail.com Book me on Cameo: cameo.com/sarahfraser Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

I'm Fat Podcast
Episode 143: Mother's Day Recap, Rick's problem with Dick's, Coke Starlight reviewed by the fats

I'm Fat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 68:11


On this episode of the I'm Fat Podcast, Rick and Jay recap their Mother's Day weekends, Rick has trouble with Dick's, and the fats review Coca Cola Starlight. SPONSORS: Charlie the Bacon Guy Mazda of Orland Park Frato's Culinary Kitchen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Jim and Them
Amber Heard Does Coke In Court - #725 Part 1

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 93:40


COVID: A very special episode of Jim and Them as one of the boys FINALLY got COVID.Amber Heard Vs. Johnny Depp: Amber Heard is so brazen and confident that SHE IS DOING COKE IN COURT!Drew Barrymore: Drew Barrymore has to apologize for being just like everyone else that is paying attention to the Depp/Heard trial.JOB!, LAUNDROMAT!, KAFKAESQUE!, BREAKING BAD!, SPECIAL EPISODE!, FINALLY HAPPENED!, YOUR BOY GOT COVID!, COUGHIN!, SNIFFLES!, REAL ONES!, ZOOM SHOW!, COVID IS OVER?!, POKEFLU!, ANTIBODIES!, PATREON!, MOON KNIGHT!, LAS VEGAS STRIP!, HERBS AND RYE!, SIDES!, SICK!, COUGH!, BIO-WEAPON!, METALLIC TASTE!, FLU!, TASTE AND SMELL!, SCRATCHY THROAT!, STUFFY NOSE!, LYME DISEASE!, THE BOY WHO TURNED EVERYTHING TO CHOCOLATE!, BOOK!, MIDAS!, SO TIRED!, ALWAYS TIRED!, VAXX SHOT COVID!, WALGREENS!, CLINICAL TRIALS!, MEDICATION!, IVERMECTIN!, OPIATE!, FETANYL!, MASKS!, JUDGMENT!, PUBLIC!, DR STRANGE!, GROCERY STORE!, CDC GUIDELINES!, EXPERIMENTAL SHOT!, BREAKING BAD!, BETTER CALL SAUL!, REWATCH!, BINGE!, WHAT'S BETTER!, AMBER HEARD!, JOHNNY DEPP!, COKE!, COURT!, PUBLIC!, TISSUE!, TELEVISED!, HUBRIS!, PMS!, FAT PIG!, KAREN!, PUT ON!, JEALOUSY!, CONTROLLING!, AQUAMAN!, PASSED OUT!, VIBING!, ERIN!, MAGIC MIKE XXL!, KEVIN NASH!, BIG SEXY!, 5AM!, PAUL BETTANY!, JAMES FRANCO!, MEETING!, SPECIES!, COFFEE!, ISAAC!, PENTHOUSE!, MANSIONS!, DRUG DEALER!, ACLU!, DIVORCE!, 7 MILLION!, OP-ED!, DREW BARRYMORE!, ANTHONY ANDERSON!, APOLOGY!, CANCELLED!, PERSONAL LIVES!, BLACK-ISH!, FRESH OFF THE BOAT!, KIM'S CONVENIENCE!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

National Day Calendar
May 7, 2022 - Kentucky Derby | National Packaging Design Day

National Day Calendar

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 3:30


Welcome to May 7, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate short sports and thinking outside the package. Today is the Kentucky Derby, also known as “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports.” Despite the name, there have only been two winners in history who've finished the mile and a quarter race under the two minute mark. In 2001, Monarchos finished with a time of 1:59.97. And in 1973, the great Secretariat clocked in at 1:59.40, the fastest time ever for the Kentucky Derby. But a big Derby win does not guarantee future success. Of the winners with the fastest Derby times, only Secretariat won the Triple Crown. Mix yourself a mint julep and check out the big race this afternoon! It's been said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. And while that may be true, it wasn't for Coca-Cola in the early 1900s. Its product was so popular that dozens of knockoff beverages had hit the market and were cutting into Coke's business. They decided the best way to combat this was to create a distinctive bottle. This new design not only made it stand out in a crowd, it quickly became so recognizable that people could look at it and immediately associate it with the brand. On National Packaging Design Day, take a moment to appreciate the thought that goes into the boxes and bottles we see everyday that put those products above the rest.  I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

China Stories
[The World of Chinese] The Coke Standard: Inside Shanghai's lockdown barter economy

China Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 8:01


Shanghai's residents have turned to swapping supplies under lockdown—but is Coca-Cola really the most in-demand item?Read the article by Alex Colville: https://www.theworldofchinese.com/2022/05/the-coke-standard-inside-shanghais-lockdown-bartering-economy/Narrated by Sarah Kutulakos.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
5/6 App 1 105lbs of Coke

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 6:38


That'll get ya busted.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
5/5 2-2 105lbs of Coke

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 23:27


Always follow the rules...See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Different Animals
S1E98 - Putting the Coke in CocaCola

Different Animals

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 81:00


Welcome to Episode 98 of the Different Animals Podcast and this week we talk about Prometheus, The Northman, Toy Story, It's Almost Dry and a certain $43 billion dollar acquisition This podcast is available on Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts and wherever else you catch your podcasts. You can catch us on IG and Twitter @DifAnimalsPod or email us directly at DifferentAnimalsPodcast@gmail.com with any feedback or suggestions. S/O to @Creative.Collin on IG for the dope Artwork. S/O to @EdERuger and @PhilliePhr3sh for the dope theme. Enjoy, and we'll see you in a week. PEACE. Find out more at https://different-animals-podcast.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

TheFlexCoach
#290 - Neil Bedwell - The Work Unhappiness Syndrome

TheFlexCoach

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 43:03


Neil Bedwell is the co-founder of LOCAL, where they help companies achieve lasting change by treating their employees as an audience worth winning. For the past 15-years, their clients include Google, McDonald's, P&G, Delta Airlines, and Airbnb. Neil previously worked at Coca-Cola as the head of global digital strategy and was in charge of the digital program for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and the creation of Coke's first internal creative group. He also has worked as a race car engineer for Benetton F1. #1 Authentic Value Provider @TheFlexCoach --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theflexcoach/support

The Stanz Show
#55 - Overwatch 2 ACTUALLY came out

The Stanz Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 21:05


In this episode, we talk about Overwatch 2 ACTUALLY coming out to an expected underwhelming release. It has decreased 99% in viewership since the beginning of the beta... Then we talk about Sykkuno moving to YouTube as the spearhead of the YouTube Gaming exodus that is about to happen. And finally we talk about Coke's new Gamer Flavour: Pixels (???). It's a great ep, don't miss it. Welcome to The Stanz Show! For those who don't know, my name is Nathan Stanz. I used to work at esports organizations such as Curse, Team Liquid, and most recently was the General Manager of Gen.G Esports. This year I retired and am now a full-time content creator. I've worked many years in the industry with players, coaches, and companies in games like League of Legends, Valorant, CSGO, and more. I also used to run an esports podcast called Esportsmanlike Conduct with Atrioc. I'll always try to deliver all of the best news and updates related to esports and content creation culture in an entertaining way!

Audio Branding
Musical Branding: An Interview with Sam Parvin - Part 2

Audio Branding

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 29:05


“Tap into who your consumer is, really know. And I don't mean like ‘males 25-34 years old who live in cities.' No, it's like ‘what's important to this person, where do they spend their time,' you know, those kinds of things, really thinking about who that person is and then what your company's role, what your brand's role, plays in their lives. And then, just naturally, you know how music can kind of work in there, and I think from there you'll start to see some natural potential opportunities. And if you brainstorm that internally with your colleagues, I think some things will just shake themselves out.” -- Sam Parvin   This episode's the second part of my interview with music supervisor and branding expert Sam Parvin as we talk about how different branding perspectives can lead to very different licensing strategies, Sam's three best practice steps when it comes to music branding, and how a more fluid and mobile audio landscape is creating both new challenges and opportunities for musical marketing. As always, if you have any questions for my guest, you're welcome to reach out through the links in these show notes.  If you have questions for me, just visit http://www.audiobrandingpodcast.com/ (www.audiobrandingpodcast.com) where you'll find all sorts of ways to get in touch. Plus, subscribing to the newsletter (on the http://www.audiobrandingpodcast.com/ (www.audiobrandingpodcast.com) webpage) will let you know when the new podcasts are available.   What Your Music Means We begin the second half of the interview with a look back at some of Pepsi and Coke's most famous advertising campaigns, and how their distinct marketing strategies and approaches to branding led to very different choices when it came to licensing music. "They're using music in different ways," she explains, "because of what their brand DNA is as well as the campaigns that they're working on at different times." She tells us how a famous song isn't always the best marketing choice and shares a success story that came from adapting a licensed composition to meet her client's needs.   A Living, Breathing Vessel “Your brand is a living, breathing vessel,” Sam tells us, “and so too is your music strategy.” Music, she explains, has a more dynamic, versatile quality than more visual forms of marketing, and how there's a much more diverse range of music and audio inspiration available out there than many companies have considered. “They're getting their music choices either from Spotify or production libraries,” she says. “But there is an entire world of amazing music in between those two.” We talk about her three best practice tips when it comes to audio branding, from finding your company's musical point of view to making sure that you have somebody overseeing your musical brand from start to finish.   The Democratization of Music We wrap up the interview with a look at what she calls the democratization of music, and how everything from Spotify playlists to innovations in augmented reality are changing the role music and musical branding plays in our lives. As she puts it, "brands' biggest challenge now is being flexible and being able to move quickly, because the whole world is moving quickly." We talk about the deepening connection between musical branding, marketing, and culture, and how they're only becoming more interconnected over time. "They're the ones who are telling us what's okay in the world and what's acceptable in the world," Sam notes. "It's a great responsibility that we have as marketers."   Episode Summary Marketing strategies and meeting a wide variety of musical needs The dynamic quality of music and its cultural flexibility Sam's three best practice steps for a successful musical brand The future of music marketing and how branding shapes the world   Connect with the Guest Website: www.parvin-music.com Follow Sam Parvin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/parvinmusicusmx...

We Used To Be Friends
Now What? With Sarah and Beth

We Used To Be Friends

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 26:43


We talk with Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers from Pantsuit Politics, again! This is our first repeat guests on the show and we couldn't be more excited. They have a new book called Now What? However, we spend plent of time talking about Coke versus Pepsi and how much the world has changed in over two years.

The Brochillians Podcast
Episode 148 | “Twitter, Coke, & Cars”

The Brochillians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 56:43


On this episode of The Brochillians didn't even know what episode they were on lol but all laughs as they chop it up on the Met Gala, Elon Musk's recent tweets, making yourself uncomfortable in life and so much more!! Tre & Scott also talk Roe v Wade, NFL draft recap, new music from Future and a ton more!

Hugo, Girl!
Episode 40 - Kallocain: Fun with Fascism

Hugo, Girl!

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 65:15


This month we read and discussed Karin Boye's novel Kallocain, which was nominated for a Retro Hugo for 1941. This is an excellent, if bleak, book, which we think should be taught in US classrooms alongside 1984 and Brave New World. We scream a few times during minute 29, so mind your volume! The full text of the novel is available to read free online, courtesy of the University of Wisconsin. Digressions include a live tasting of the new space-flavored Coke. Our DM for this episode is Amy. Kallocain Review - The Blank Garden CW/TW: sexual assault Episode transcript available via: https://www.hugogirlpodcast.com/transcripts Music by Eon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVbvE0PJyss

Swish Edition
Tres de Mayo

Swish Edition

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 45:41


We've combined the classic Swish Edition with our other podcast, Binge Bum. We'll still talk about things like Lady Gaga's song for the new “Top Gun” movie; Mountain Dew's spicy soda; Elon Musk putting the cocaine back into Coke; James Cordon leaving late night; flight attendants want a 2-drink maximum; and, drag shows at Taco Bell…but we'll also discuss the best of streaming subscription services like Netflix's “That 90's Show” and HBO Max's “Hacks.” Grab a drink and listen to us rant and rave.

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
326: 3 of 4 People Die After Snorting Fentanyl Laced Coke At Dinner Party | True Crime Podcast

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 34:18


Sherri Papini's Husband Says He Was 'Traumatized by Her Disappearance' in Court Papers Seeking Custody Man Charged After Allegedly Selling Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine to 4 Friends at a Calif. Rental Home Grandmother, mother accused in 4-year-old's fatal alcohol poisoning, police say Bride, caterer charged after Longwood wedding food allegedly laced with marijuana. If you like Dark Side Of - Be sure to search and subscribe to "Dark Side Of" wherever you download podcasts! Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dark-side-of-wikipedia-true-crime-dark-history/id1504280230?uo=4 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0GYshi6nJCf3O0aKEBTOPs Stitcher http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-ghost-stories-online-2/dark-side-of-wikipedia-true-crime-disturbing-stories iHeart https://www.iheart.com/podcast/270-Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-Tru-60800715 Amazon https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/565dc51b-d214-4fab-b38b-ae7c723cb79a/Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-True-Crime-Dark-History Google Podcasts https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzUwMDEyNjAucnNz Or Search "Dark Side Of" for the best in True Crime ANYWHERE you get podcasts! Support the show at http://www.darksidepod.com

The Global Leadership Podcast
Ep 101 “Stick to Your Simple” (For the Good of the World)—Danielle Coke & Danielle Strickland

The Global Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 43:49


What if learning to focus simply on what you've been called to do could enhance your leadership and influence? In this conversation, entrepreneur, illustrator, and advocate Danielle Coke, shares all the different ways “finding her simple” has impacted her calling, her craft, and her leadership. Listen as this young leader shares her insights on “going viral”, knowing when to step back as a leader, and what it takes to keep creativity flowing in her life.

The Hustle Daily Show
Is the FAANG era over?

The Hustle Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 8:05


Apparently, Big Tech stocks do not only go up. Who knew? Plus: Fidelity is in the metaverse and we're not sure why, the USPS has a hilariously bad gas problem, and Musk wants to put the cocaine back in Coke. Join our host Jacob Cohen as he takes you through our most interesting stories of the day. Thank You For Listening to The Hustle Daily Show. Don't forget to hit Subscribe or Follow us on Apple Podcasts so that you never miss an episode! If you want this news delivered to your inbox, join millions of others and sign up for The Hustle Daily newsletter, here: https://thehustle.co/?utm_source=hustle-daily-podcast&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=show-notes Plus! Your engagement matters to us. If you are a fan of the show, be sure to leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hustle-daily-show/id1606449047 (and share your favorite episodes with your friends, clients, and colleagues). The Hustle Daily Show is brought to you by The Hustle in partnership with HubSpot Podcasts.

I'm Fat Podcast
Episode 142: Rick's Raleigh Recap, Blind Hog Kitchen, Coke Starlight

I'm Fat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 67:36


The I'm Fat Podcast is back after Rick's hiatus to Raleigh. He recaps his culinary adventures, while Jay tried a few new spots of his own. SPONSORS: Charlie the Bacon Guy Mazda of Orland Park Frato's Culinary Kitchen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Junkfood Cinema
Junk Bond: Licence to Kill with Windy Bowlsby

Junkfood Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 75:44


Brian is joined by the chaotic pixie of pod and rink, Windy Bowlsby, to swim with sharks and set Coke dealers on fire.They also discuss Licence to Kill.Enjoy!

Tea Time UNFILTERED With Lovelyti
Rob Kardashian and Kylie Jenner claim Blac Chyna not only abused coke but she also abused Rob

Tea Time UNFILTERED With Lovelyti

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 16:54


in this episode i'm talking about Rob Kardashian and Kylie Jenner claiming Blac Chyna not only abused coke but she also abused Rob