We go for a few plane flights on today's episode of Cadillac Jack: My Second Act. Delta, American, omicron, we're all just working together. It's a dense show, where Caddy and Donna cover all things from peanut butter to the seriousness of facing down addiction. If there's one thing you listen to this week, let it be this podcast. Then let us know what you think. 7704646024.
It's a Dawg Eat Dawg world here on the My Second Act podcast. Cadillac and Donna Jack stayed up real late to record this episode for y'all. How about you return the favor, pull up a stool (not that one, Dolly) and tune in. Afterwards, let us know how many cars you flipped. No, not you Tug. 7704646024.
No, he's not dead. But he is going away. Today we say goodbye to the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act producer, Preston Thompson. First, Caddy and Donna have decided against what would undoubtedly become a family trip to the Dominican Republic. Then, Caddy has the whole house smelling and he can't figure out why. And finally, we mourn the loss of Betty White with a few special clips from her career. Want to get in touch? Call or Text 7704646024.
We're celebrating the best moments of 2021 on the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act Podcast. We're also covering a pretty chilled out New Year's Eve at the Caddy and Donna show, and the Country Music scandals that defined 2021. What was your favorite moment of the show this year? Let us know. 7704646024.
In the first hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Julie Gunlock discussed an upcoming snowy morning commute in D.C., talked about the NY Times reporting on the consequences of prenatal testing and remembered Betty White. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor and @JGunlock. Show website: https://www.wmal.com/oconnor-company/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SAFE COMMUTE, A LONG WAY OFF Voices from the street: A safety question Hello and welcome to DH Radio, How safe are women commuting by cabs, auto rickshaws or even public transport? How can the system ensure a robust safety network with an alert reporting and monitoring mechanism? In this episode of DH Radio, J Shiruti interacts with a cross-section of women commuters to dive deep into this issue. Listen in...
Caddy ran into some trouble on his most recent Caddy Claus stop and frankly he's lucky to be back in the studio in one piece. That story on today's episode of the Cadillac Jack: My Second act Podcast. It's the college admissions season and Donna has an update on the family. Then, Ben Affleck got into some hot water this past week. We discuss. We spend a few minutes remembering Senator Johnny Isakson who sadly passed away last week. Give us a call: 7704646024.
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Local business owner Ruel Joyner joins the Tuesday Commute to talk about the history of business on Broughton Street and what the future of the street looks like, moving his store 24e from Broughton and the future of the brand and other Savannah business issues. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts
Donna's not feeling herself today, she's about to man-handle a doctor for her fix. We're sure in part it had to do with Caddy and Donna's trip home this past weekend. You don't want to miss the story. Did you forget your ham? We've got your back. Caddy and Donna went to Church this past weekend and got a peek behind the curtain. But the trip home the next morning was what we on the podcast call a “marriage tester.” Caddy sleeps in full chaos and it's bothering the family. Then we close with a special pod peep story on Eric Church. Give us a call: 7704646024.
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Benedictine alum and "Voice of the Cadets" Pat Rossiter joins the Thursday Commute to talk about the state title victory for BC last week and where that stands in the program's history before looking ahead at what's next for the Cadets with some star players leaving for college. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts
Waka Kotahi is keeping an eye out for more slips on the roads north of Wellington today. Hundreds of motorists trying to travel northwards out of the city yesterday were stuck for hours as slips caused by torrential rain closed most of the roads. A huge tree came down and and stopped traffic both ways at Pukerua Bay for several hours. Waka Kotahi regional operations manager Mark Owen spoke to Guyon Espiner.
Google wants you to delete your recent search history, they must know something. Donna says “no problem,” just don't be so suspect. Donna kicks off today's show by exposing Caddy's vision problem that is leading to some very strange text messages. And a bit of advice, being busy all the time is not a good look. That leads us into good general habits of work-life balance and how to be present with who you're with. It's the Christmas season, so we're recapping the stories of the magical elf that dashes around our house every year. Has the “Elf on the Shelf” gotten into any holiday trouble in your home? Let us know. 7704646024.
Once upon a time I go back in 2018, I used to commute back-and-forth to work every day. Well, five days a week. That is when I used to do a lot of my podcasting because I had nothing better to do and it was very therapeutic and flowing for me. Now I sit here working remote with no commute! Which is great for me. But this episode was recorded back then, let's check in and see where we were at back in the day....(cue flashback music)
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Maj. Paul Egan with the Salvation Army of Savannah joins the Tuesday Commute to talk about this year's Red Kettle Campaign and how the community can help before talking about homelessness in Savannah and plans for their new shelter. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts
Cadillac Jack is a Karen and this episode runs raw. We limited the editing on this show to only the legally-obligated cuts. (That's what we call a “Louisiana Libel Special”) Hop in and enjoy this peek behind the curtain of Cadillac Jack: My Second Act.
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This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Associated Press sports reporter Paul Newberry joins the Thursday Commute to talk about UGA football's loss to Alabama in the SEC Championship and what the Bulldogs should be thinking about ahead of their College Football Playoff matchup with Michigan. Then, Savannah Morning News sports reporter Dennis Knight talks about the Benedictine Cadets in the GHSA 4A state title. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts
We kick off today's episode by talking about the phenomenon of sharing your pay. Caddy peels back the curtain on radio and lets you in on the money secrets of the industry. Have thoughts? Let us know. 7704646024. Google still has not gotten the resources of the podcast back to Caddy, so we're once again flying by the seat of our pants. Donna's got some trouble with Christmas Cards but some other families have a solution and it's this episode's word of the day: embargo. The My Second Act team has been extended an invitation to the Winter Podcast Ball, but they're clearly hiding something. Instagram has been feeling the heat, and they're making changes. And finally, we recap the mass layoffs from “Better.com.”
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Savannah Morning News reporter Drew Favakeh joins the Tuesday Commute to talk about his story on formerly incarcerated people in Savannah and their struggle to find affordable housing. Then, he is joined by Building Bridges CEO Connie Nunnally to talk about her nonprofit and how they help those in need. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts
Caddy has been locked out of his entire life, and it's been a pretty stressful experience. It's caused him to rethink our entire relationship with technology. The revolution starts today on the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act Podcast. Donna is in a period of mourning after that SEC Championship Game, luckily PT isn't around to gloat. To distract herself, we're covering the relationship drama of Tristan Thompson and Khloe Kardashian. Then we write the next country hit: “If Freedom Was Your Bread.” And finally we close with some more breaking news on the Cuomo brothers. Have IT advice for Caddy? Let him know. 7704646024.
How is it like to work remotely? Can we really relax at home? Can we save more time or spend more time at work? I talked about my personal experience working at my university context and compared some of the perks and considerations for studying and working online/from home/remotely.
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Chamber of Commerce head Jared Downs joins the Thursday Commute to talk about the recent Eggs & Issues breakfast with local legislators and what the business community prioritized when talking to our state House and Senate representatives. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts
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Donna is still getting herself hyped up for the SEC Championship this weekend, this time with an offer to become the local lumberjack. But there's some doubt over whether or not Donna actually knows what lumber is. You learn something new every episode of the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act Podcast. PT is back, where the hell has he been? Caddy tells us what he's missed most about radio, spoiler alert: it's you. Last week Caddy tried to put high schoolers in an active intersection, don't worry nobody got hurt. Then we add plenty of songs to the Spotify Hype Song Playlist before closing with another edition of Dear Preston. What cover band would you most want to be stranded with? Let us know. 7704646024.
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Savannah Morning News reporter Raisa Habersham joins the Tuesday Commute to talk about the Ahmaud Arbery case in Brunswick and the takeaways from the verdict. She also talks about what's next with the federal hate crimes case. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts
In this episode, we introduce our mini-series of "Commute" podcasts, where we explore the history of the church, where we are, and what it means to move forward. Are we a generation of Christians that are moving the world forward, or a generation that is being moved past?
Everyone is on the hunt for tickets to this weekend's SEC Championship Game, and Donna has put together her pitch to take your extra ticket. She'll be a very nice guest, but a car may get flipped. You're elite, or you're nothing. We've got a new word that we can all learn that will undoubtedly make us more self-conscious: cheugy. Then Caddy has a new parenting tip on keeping your car smelling clean on the mountain roads. We venture across the pond for some drama with the Royal Family, before coming back home to cover the drama in Caddy and Donna's own neighborhood. And finally we close with a little laugh from Fortune Feimster. What was your damage for Cyber Monday? Let us know. Call or Text 7704646024.
Do you struggle to fit in self care during the busy seasons of your life? Do you feel guilty for taking time to take care of yourself? In this episode, J.Go breaks down the 7 types of self care and how to fit in little pockets of self love throughout even your busiest days. Black Friday 2021 Deals: https://www.jgofitlife.com/2021deals Connect with Jordan: @JGoFitLife https://www.instagram.com/jgofitlife Get on the waitlist for 2022 Body Confident Blueprint Coaching Program https://www.jgofitlife.com/bcb-waitlist Love Language Quiz link: https://www.jgofitlife.com/selflovequiz Self care can look different in different seasons of your life. Sometimes you need more of one type than another. Types of Self Care: Emotional: Examples of these could be taking time to journal, reflect, and process emotions. It could mean going to therapy. Mental: Stimulate your mind and support a healthy psyche. Example of this could be listening to a podcast or book, practicing positive self-talk, establishing a routine, or keeping a gratitude journal. Physical + Practical: Examples of this could be daily movement, eating whole foods, sleeping, resting, or organizing your space. Social: Having deep connections with others, having a support system, calling your mom or someone similar Personal + Professional: Having hobbies, Spiritual: Feeding your soul, keeping boundaries, connect with your inner child How to get started: Ask yourself: What kind of self care do I need today? Where are you craving some TLC? It's easiest to start with 2-3 minutes in the morning Start with the basics: Sleep, water, daily movement Doing a daily audit every season: What are you consuming? Start with what you're already going and modify the mindset behind it: - Showering: Envision your highest self, and when she steps out of the shower you are here. Intentionally be present in the moment. - Putting on lotion: Take 1-2 minutes more, celebrate your body and thank your body as you do it. - Drinks coffee: attach that habit to something else you want to do. Coffee and journal. (gratitude, intentions) - Walk your dog or take a walk: Instead of being on your phone, focus on the things around you: Breath. Practice gratitude. Notice nature. - Commute to work / Driving: podcast, call a friend. Listen to classical music. Whatever is going to feed your soul. - Lunch break: A lot of people don't take a lunch break. Don't scroll on your phone during lunch. Go outside. - Cooking and cleaning: Chores we feel like we have to do. Makes us go into it with a negative mindset and feeling frustrated. Pair it with something you enjoy doing, like a movie or a show. - Brush your teeth: Pick up things, tidy the house. “Give yourself permission to slow down. Give yourself permission to not do all the things all the time. You are allowed to slow down. You don't need to earn rest. rest is a priority, it is something you need. physically, mentally, and emotionally you need to take rest or you will burn out. “ “Don't let other people try to convince you that it's not possible to prioritize your self care and your needs. Not only is it possible, it is absolutely crucial that you do”
If you're working from home, you might be reveling in your daily commute to the dining room table. Or you might be saying, “Get me out of here.” In the final episode of our Work 2.0 series, economist Nicholas Bloom joins us from his spare bedroom to ponder whether working from home is actually working. If you like this show, please check out our new podcast, My Unsung Hero! And if you'd like to support our work, you can do so at support.hiddenbrain.org.
There are a variety of financial and health costs tied directly to commuting. But it is possible to offset some of them with a little careful planning—or even a change in how you choose to get to work.
It's a few days after Thanksgiving, and just like you we're moving slow here on the My Second Act podcast. So here's the promised Turkey Day special episode. It's full of leftovers, Swifties and two roasted birds. Trust me- it really is better the day after.
"Hmmm. Looks pretty good to us...." We wanted to spend a day with our family, just like you. So there's no episode today. Or, is there? How about you just try the bangers and mash and find out. From us, and Carl, and Preston, and Bun, have a great Thanksgiving.
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Morris Multimedia president and CEO Charles H. Morris joins the Tuesday Commute to talk about the upcoming Southeast Leadership Forum and why they decided to create the event. Then, he talks a bit about the line-up of speakers and what they each offer. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts
Donna's got a horrific injury, Caddy can't really be bothered to care. It's a bit of the theme of this episode as our favorite podding couple works through the week's entertainment news and trends. We're in need of clean needles to fulfill Donna's dream, not that kind of dream. It's kind of amazing what you could get away with at UGA if you didn't need to study so hard. Then, in honor of thanksgiving we're revisiting an all-time great SNL skit: The Back Home Baller. Adele has given us a lot of feelings lately, and we close with an update on the new COVID-19 guidance. Want to get in touch with Caddy? Call or text 7704646024.
Thursday, November 18, 2021: Oklahoma's Julius Jones will not be executed after many including Baker Mayfield pleaded to save his life, the jury will get to rewatch drone video in its third day of deliberations in Kyle Rittenhouse's murder trial, how to file a claim in the $92 million TikTok settlement, Cleveland Guardians give a sneak peek of new merchandise, and more on 3News Now with, and more on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney. Need a break from bad news? Watch It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney, every Wednesday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_hIV0ANpD0 Like this show? Check out the 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney podcast: http://wkyc.com/3thingstoknow Connect with Stephanie here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: Oklahoma governor commutes Julius Jones' death sentence https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/upcoming-execution-julius-jones-commuted/507-ee7f599c-25ba-49d8-ab9a-7345f992f86d Doubts raised as execution nears for Oklahoma's Julius Jones https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/julius-jones-execution-doubts-oklahoma/507-bf703a8d-8aec-4b2a-852d-6a54a15b56b4 Browns QB Baker Mayfield makes emotional plea to stop execution of Julius Jones https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/baker-mayfield-julius-jones-final-plea-browns/95-eaca4c81-27f9-45b0-9d60-0809639067d0 Rittenhouse jury begins Day 3 of deliberations after fresh mistrial request https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/rittenhouse-trial-resumes-after-mistrial-request/507-6318a7d1-3ee7-4626-a09f-255998841693 Search called off for missing person in Lake Erie after boats collide near Huron https://www.wkyc.com/video/news/local/northeast-ohio/search-called-off-for-missing-person-in-lake-erie-after-boats-collide-near-huron/95-043420aa-25a3-4632-8539-fc5b6df20fe3 Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff: Ohio's COVID-19 numbers trending in wrong direction https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/dr-bruce-vanderhoff-covid-19-warning-11-18-2021/95-7f3d8ee9-df16-4157-b23d-b7c0bca05976 COVID-19 in Ohio: State reports 6,615 new cases in the last 24 hours https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/coronavirus-numbers/coronavirus-ohio-updates/95-e2faeb56-d02a-443a-bcdb-141f2c7fafe8 One of the nation's largest drugstore chains plans to close hundreds of stores https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/cvs-store-closings/507-ca52cd1d-1e4b-4a5b-a884-0081c2fa3483 People can now claim part of nearly $100 million TikTok class action settlement https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/tiktok-class-action-lawsuit-file-claim/507-29c36e28-5e35-481d-a7f1-6cab0fa294b3 Who are the 75 best players in Cleveland Browns history? Here are our picks for Nos. 11-25 https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/75-best-players-cleveland-browns-history-nos-11-25/95-59bdce84-136e-4d72-876f-93bfd8b6ec27 Cleveland Guardians give first glimpse of new gear ahead of team shop opening https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/mlb/cleveland-guardians/cleveland-guardians-new-gear-glimpse/95-bcff3157-eb25-4933-b09a-1d85038b510b
Well we are a music and entertainment podcast after all. If you've moved away from Earth and live on Mars, you may have not noticed that Taylor Swift re-released her critically acclaimed RED album. Caddy and Donna have thoughts, you don't want to miss it. Before we even get going, the opener here concerning Eric Church is not for the light-hearted. We begin with a recap of Caddy's trip back home. He found some things you'll see in this weekend's “Letter.” Then, Caddy gives an update on his new radio adventure, including how you can tune in. Good news, Beyonce is back! You can hear her on the Spotify Hype Song Playlist. And then we close with a very special pod peed. Want to get in touch? Call or text 7704646024.
We're giving Caddy a small break today with a shorter episode than usual. We've got a little bit of added fun to the episode we released this past Saturday on the CMA awards, enjoy! We begin with a “who's hot, who's not” segment from Donna. Then Caddy gives a brief history of the CMA's before we dive into the events of the night. Then we bring in industry legend Steve Mitchell to cover the night's controversies. From Mickey Guyton to the Osborne brothers, there's plenty to talk about from this year's awards. Have thoughts? Call or text 7704646024.
We've got a special edition of the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast covering the 2021 CMA Awards. You don't want to miss it. We begin with a “who's hot, who's not” segment from Donna. Then Caddy gives a brief history of the CMA's before we dive into the events of the night. Then we bring in industry legend Steve Mitchell to cover the night's controversies. From Mickey Guyton to the Osborne brothers, there's plenty to talk about from this year's awards. Have thoughts? Call or text 7704646024.
Is that title written in english? Yes but it definitely requires some explanation. In short, Donna is about to bankrupt the entire Appen Podcast Network. Just another day on the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act Podcast. We open the show this week by thanking all of our veterans for their service and sacrifice. We preview some CMA drama, more to come in our special episode dropping in your podcast feed this Saturday. In some post COVID news, Santa's are back and they're raking it in. Then we continue the conversation on Keith Urban and the early days of his career. And finally, ghost kitchens really are scary and Adele is back in the news. As Donna said, do you have any Shibanudigiduda? Call or text 7704646024.
Huge wind storm here in the Seattle area, downed trees and power lines, WSDOT crews and other agencies are having a short staff due to vaccine mandate which can delay the response time, Footage of Rittenhouse shooting shows that Kyle was only defending himself and that was admitted in court, // We have just discovered that masks prevent up to 80% of flu infections, that was just figured out, they do not intend on ending the masks // JUST A FEW MORE THINGS See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You may have heard through the grapevine, but Caddy is coming back to radio! Don't worry, the podcast is going nowhere. But get ready to hear about the great things coming your way courtesy of this next chapter for Cadillac Jack. Atlanta clearly isn't used to having championship parades, that bus was flying down the downtown roads. We cover some obligatory music news with a quick heads up about our CMA's coverage and a dive into the songwriting brain of Keith Urban. And finally, we close with some thoughts on the tragic situation at last week's Travis Scott concert. Want to get in touch? Call or text 7704646024.