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Tom and rob are joined in studio by Bob Buchannan of Beau-Mac to get your ready for south sound winter Chinook and Crab, and they look forward to all the local December fishing and hunting opportunities with Jason Brooks! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hola mi gente! Welcome to Siempre Pa'lante! Always Forward. I'm your host, Giraldo Luis Alvaré. Gracias for listening. I hope everyone enjoyed a relaxing Thanksgiving with the familia. Remember it's about giving thanks for all the blessings we have and the beautiful memories we create. In this episode, our guest talks about how the foundation in faith and food helped shape the woman she is today. Her mom's recipes are remembered by smelling and tasting the food she currently makes. This not only honors her mom's legacy but creates a new one for her family. The hustle is on full display via pop-ups offering authentic Puerto Rican comfort food throughout Philly. Please welcome the founder & owner of Amy's Pastelillos, Amy Rivera-Nassar. Gracias for listening. Don't forget to rate, review, follow, subscribe, like and share. Check out my Linktree for more info. Pa'lante! https://linktr.ee/sp.alwaysforward Amy Rivera-Nassar Founder & Owner, Amy's Pastelillos Instagram IG - https://www.instagram.com/amys_pastelillos/ Al Día - https://aldianews.com/en/leadership/entrepreneurs/taste-puerto-rico Philadelphia Inquirer - https://youtu.be/o5YCmIc8OEs 6 ABC Philadelphia - October 2021- https://6abc.com/amy-pastelillos-philadelphia-foods-hispanic-heritage-month/11041029/ 6 ABC Philadelphia - August 2021 - https://6abc.com/amys-pastelillos-philadelphia-fishtown-amaryllis-rivera-nassar/10955388/ Billy Penn - https://billypenn.com/2021/07/10/philadelphia-pastelillo-amys-pop-up-puerto-rican-food/ NOTABLE MENTIONS Amy's Pastelillos, Pastelillo Lady, Puerto Rico, Philadelphia, Philly, New York, U.S., Happiness, Hustle, Comfort Food, Pandemic, Healing, Billy Penn, Alisha Miranda, Gusto Philly, Garage Fishtown, Sorullos, Surullitos, Pastors Kids, Peru, Ropa Vieja, Vegan, Flan, Ground Beef, Picadillo, Chicken, Pizza, Seafood, Guava BBQ, Pork, Pollo Guisado, Yuca, Gandules, Crab, Shrimp, Coconut, Pastelón, Plantain, Cazuelas, Pots, Ancestors, Latino Representation, Diaspora, Sazón, Adobo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spalwaysforward/support
This week on Game Crunch: Pokemon Scarlet and Violet arrive but not without some unexpected lack of polish. Mike, Nick and Brandon share their thoughts on the newest generation of Pokemon and whether it's enjoyable despite its shortcomings. All this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week - Game On!
Join Robert and Joe in this classic episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind in which they discuss even more crab science and mythology. (originally published 11/30/2021)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Time for another Bonus Round! Quinton and Peter are taking a deep dive into the role of being social in MMOs, and how it's evolved. Enjoy! We'd love your feedback so reach out on Twitter, on Discord, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you'd like us to chat about or see us play! Please join us live on Twitch for podcast recordings and gaming streams throughout the week! https://linktr.ee/maelstromradio Please subscribe to our YouTube! Logo and artwork by https://themerrylark.com/ Opening Music by Husky by the Geek Closing Music by Dutyyaknow
Episode NotesIn this episode, Josh Takimoto and Deb McCollum talk about all things Thanksgiving, as well as go down a few sidetracks along the way. They talk about:-"Crab dicks"-Would You Rather Thanksgiving Edition-Deb doesn't enjoy cooking, but is always ready to help-Questions from the listeners-And much more. FOLLOW US AT: Instagram: connectablepodcast YouTube: Connectable Podcast Facebook: connectablepodcast Twitter: connectablepod TikTok: connectablepodcastIf you enjoyed this podcast, make sure you check out the Not Here to Judge Podcast hosted by Deb McCollum. Instagram: @notheretojudgepodcast #connectablepodcast
The Embarcadero lights in SF weren't on today and it's thrown Jack's whole day! (Well, not really, but....kind of ;) ) More airports are allowing you to reach the gate without a boarding pass.Brighter Side.Oakland's Amy Schneider wins the "Jeopardy" TOC!Crab season is delayed again this year.Carolyn is being bombarded with Facebook ads! Here's how you can stop them (sort of).
Today we discuss how only four minutes of small talk with a stranger can help you predict their personality traits, an exciting biodegradable battery option on the horizon, and a new discovery into the origins of dragons! Small Talk “Four Minutes of Small Talk Can Reveal Key Personality Traits” by Sascha Parehttps://www.theguardian.com/science/2022/aug/31/four-minutes-of-small-talk-can-reveal-key-personality-traits-study-says“Small Talk and Theory of Mind in Strategic Decision-Making” by Neha Bose and Daniel Sgroihttps://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/staff/dsgroi/theoryofmind.pdfCrab Battery “Crab and Lobster Shells Could Be Used To Make Renewable Batteries” by Sofia Quagliahttps://www.theguardian.com/science/2022/sep/01/crab-lobster-shells-could-used-make-renewable-batteries“A sustainable chitosan-zinc electrolyte for high-rate zinc-metal batteries” by Meiling Wu, Ye Zhang, Lin Xu, Chunpeng Yang, Min Hong, Mingjin Cui, Bryson C. Clifford, Shuaiming He, Shuangshuang Jing, Yan Yao, and Liangbing Huhttps://www.cell.com/matter/fulltext/S2590-2385(22)00414-3Ancient Dragons“Ancient 'dragons' were Earth's first gliding reptiles” By Jennifer Nalewickihttps://www.livescience.com/ancient-gliding-reptile-dragon-trees“The postcranial skeleton of the gliding reptile Coelurosauravus elivensis Piveteau, 1926 (Diapsida, Weigeltisauridae) from the late Permian Of Madagascar” by Valentin Buffa, Eberhard Frey, J. Sébastien Steyer & Michel Laurinhttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02724634.2022.2108713?utm_medium=email&utm_source=EmailStudio&utm_campaign=Tree+canopy+changes+facilitated+the+evolution+of+the+first-ever+gliding+reptile%2C+new+study+suggests_4423303&cookieSet=1Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/small-talk-crab-battery-ancient-dragons
A slow grinding market has been seen by cryptotraders as not so much a good thing but these days following the events of last week it's a blessing. While most of our top-10 are up with the exception of XRP it.s not by a great deal. It's pretty slow for BTC, ETH, DOT, SOL, DOGE, ADA, MATIC, SHIBA, and BNB. Learn How To Trade FREE eBook: https://bit.ly/2VoIDzDFREE Online Course: https://bit.ly/2WVD77X Discounts and Promotions 30% OFF Taker Fees at Bybit: https://bit.ly/tcbybitpromo10% Discount at Binance: http://bit.ly/2ta6OUu Join the Trader Cobb Community! Discord: https://discord.gg/tradercobbYouTube: http://bit.ly/34M6GrdFacebook: http://bit.ly/2q1JBSCTwitter: http://bit.ly/33x7gsIInstagram: http://bit.ly/2K8vrWJLinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2PZTB9PTradingView: http://bit.ly/33FsXak Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
If I can't have it, neither can you. The crab effect, an ugly but very real phenomenon that, if you let it effect you will keep you from building your dream life and business. In this episode, I share with you what the Crab Basket effect is, how to recognize it and how to deal with it, so you can build your dream life and business full speed. Enjoy! Follow me on Instagram for more valuable & free content: https://www.instagram.com/riannevantuijl/ Book a call with me via this link: https://calendly.com/riannevantuijl/60min?month=2022-02 Like this show? Please leave me a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag me so I can thank you personally!
Greetings Village! #DailyAfricanProverbs takes us to #Ghana The Proverb says: "A crab does not give birth to a bird." Filled with wisdom, African proverbs often use comparisons to animals or natural phenomena to teach a lesson. Today's proverb "A crab does not give birth to a bird" from Ghana warns people against being too trusting. Just because someone is related to you or comes from the same place as you, doesn't mean they have your best interests at heart. It's essential to be careful who you trust and to always look out for yourself. African proverbs are a great way to learn about the culture and the values that are important to people in Africa. Join us on #AFIAPodcast to listen to our latest episode at 6 am PST/5 pm EAT Share your thoughts on this proverb in the comments below. SUBSCRIBE to get Daily African Proverbs and their meaning in your life https://rb.gy/jdavpn ******************************
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Luca De Marzio, Owner of Rosa Madre Restaurant in Temple Bar, brought a live King Crab into Sean in studio. It is very rare to have a fresh king crab in Ireland because most of this meat comes from frozen. The crab will cost a diner €1,000 in his restaurant but it will feed a full family...
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/381 Presented By: Jackson Hole Fly Company, FishHound Expeditions, Country Financial, Zoe Angling Group Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Abbie Schuster from Kismet Outfitters is here today to talk about the amazing island fishing life at Martha's Vineyard with a focus on stripers, bluefish, albies, and bonitos. We find out how easy it is to DIY this trip and the best time to go there so that you can target all four species. We break down some tips on flats fishing, plus the recommended gear, flies, and everything nice to increase your takes and make the most out of your fishing time on the island. Abbie also talks about what it was like for a young blonde woman trying to build a career as a fly fishing guide when there weren't many women guides around yet. This is a fun one. Check it out! Martha's Vineyard Fishing Show Notes with Abbie Schuster 03:45 - Abbie went to Sweet Water Guide School. We did an episode on Sweet Water at WFS 105. 06:00 - Kismet Outfitters started in 2016 as a guide service and in 2020, she opened the fly shop in Martha's Vineyard. 11:30 - Crab patterns are the most successful for stripers. 11:50 - By end of April to May, stripers and bluefish are moving in because of the squid migration to the flats. By the end of July, the bonitos start to move in and stick around till the end of October. Then by Fall, the false albacore (albies) starts to come in. All four species can be seen during the Fall season. 15:00 - You can book a flight straight to Martha's Vineyard (the island's got an airport now) or you can also fly to Boston and then take a 1-and-a-half-hour bus ride to the ferry. The ferry ride is about 45 minutes from Woods Hole to the island. 17:40 - Abbie talks about fishing for albies which is the trickiest to catch among the 4 species. Get your fly on the water and strip as fast as you can to get their attention. 27:40 - For albies, an intermediate line is recommended (cold saltwater line), 16-20 pound fluorocarbon (around 10 feet) for the leader, and 9-10 wt for rods. 30:10 - Bonito Bunny works great for albies, also gummy minnows, and tiny deceivers. 30:50 - Bluefish are huge and mean. They'll bite through your line and net. Big flies like mackerel patterns, big deceivers, and big clausers with a lot of movement work great with them. 34:15 - Bonitos hang out with the albies and stripers. They're super strong too. 40:30 - Abbie says albies are not good for eating. Bonitos taste amazing. Stripers are ok. Bluefish are great when smoked. 43:10 - They have a Derby Fishing Contest at Martha's Vineyard where participants win by catching the biggest fish per species. The winner takes home a boat. 52:10 - An average albie is about 7-pound, 24-inches. 1:02:00 - Abbie gives a shoutout to Harrison Anglers - a guide service in Northfield, MA. 1:02:30 - Advice: Practice casting in the wind because saltwater fishing in MV is pretty tricky. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/381
Melissa is still on maternity leave so here's a re-release of one of our favorite episodes:Red Lobster once lost over three million dollars during an “Endless Crab” promotion because they underestimated how much people could eat. The demand for crab was so high, Red Lobster had to pay exorbitant prices in order to keep supplying it to customers. How did Red Lobster get into this mess?ALSO: How long do restaurants leave food out in buffets? Spoiler: it's much longer than you think.Webcrawlerspod@gmail.com626-604-6262Discord / Twitter / Instagram / Patreon / MerchSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/webcrawlers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Our keto journey is so personal, that what derails us can be as unique as what works best for us. To be successful, we need to know what we can utilize and what we should just leave alone. 01:04-03:57 A puppy's first trip to the beach 03:58-08:24 Mistakes We Make With New Keto Products 08:25-12:05 Playing Around With Something You Know You Shouldn't 12:06-14:54 A Slow Takeover 14:55-23:10 Tracking & Losing the Net Carb Battle 23:11-32:05 Trying to Make Non-Keto Food Work “Just” For the Holidays 32:06-40:13 How Do You Identify a Crab? What Do You Do When You See It? 40:14-46:29 Planning What To Do After An Event Pointing and Calling Out A Crab Make A List, Check It Twice 46:30- Determining If Coaching Would Help You If you are interested in partipating in a Free Keto Audit you can schedule one here: https://2krazyketos.org/AuditPodcast Head to 2 Krazy Ketos to learn more about the Ketogenic Lifestyle! Connect with Joe & Rachel through YouTube,Instagram,Twitter, Facebook. and in their Mighty Networks group If you enjoyed the show, please LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, like, and subscribe through your favorite streaming platform! For more information on coaching, check our our coaching options here: https://2krazyketos.org/coaching
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Sushi Samuri owners, Amanda and Ray Maranon join us o update us on their transition to all plant-based sushi. And considering the recent crab restrictions – could there be some plant-based crab in your holiday plans? Prepared food can be good or not-so-good. We've got the scoop on where to get great prepared food in Seattle. Tasty newsbytes and a well-stocked calendar round out this months' show.
In mid-October, the Alaska Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that it would be canceling the winter snow crab season. This is the first time the snow crab season has been canceled in the Bering Sea. The state agency says the closure follows declining numbers of the crustacean.Chuck Jackson is based in Newport and is the chief engineer and senior deckhand for the F/V Atlantico. He joins us to share what this closure means for some of Oregon's commercial fishers.
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Alaskan officials have cancelled the snow crab fishing season for this year. Austin and Mike consider the implications of this trend within the context of decline and collapse. COINTELPRO Official Twitter.Co-hosts: Mike Spencer and Austin.Our Patreon page.Support the show
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Alaska's snow crab season is cancelled for the first time ever after a mass die-off all but wiped out the crustaceans in the Bering Sea. Officials estimate the snow crab population plummeted by at least 11 billion in a relatively short time. Many experts theorize warming waters are the main culprit. The harvest is crucial for local economies. Today on Native America Calling, Shawn Spruce hears about the immediate implications and concerns about the future of crab harvests with Mike Litzow, marine biologist and director of the Kodiak Lab for the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Fisheries; Phillip Zavadil, city manager of St. Paul Island, AK; and Dennis Robinson (Qawalangin Tribe), president of the Qawalangin Tribe of Unalaska.
Episode 142 - Five things we are excited about for our trip to Disney! Brenda's New England Recap! Hey everyone, I'm Mike, she's Sophie, that's Brenda, and he's Grogu, and we're On the Road with Mickey! This is episode 143 for October 24, 2022, and today we're talking about Brenda's New England Recap! Grab your favorite beverage, sit back, and relax, and tell us in the comments below what you think! Here's the rundown of what we talked about: Cheddar from the Big CheeseSophie: Restaurant updates: Starting November 1st, Tusker House returns as an all you can eat buffet! Also, over at the Polynesian Village Resort, Kona Cafe will be reopening from a refurbishment on November 1st as well. Lastly, on November 4th, Akershus Royal Banquet Hall will be reopening for the first time since it closed for Covid!Brenda: Another exciting reopening! Fantasmic! Will be returning to Disney's Hollywood Studios Park on November 3rd! It's not just returning, it's got a brand new show sequence, so be on the lookout for it!Mike: If you are going to be in Orlando for Thanksgiving, one option for traditional Thanksgiving dinner is Raglan Road. Listen to this menu: Butter and herb roasted turkey, roast garlic mashed potatoes, duck fat roasties, honey glazed carrots, bacon braised Brussels sprouts, sausage meat and walnut stuffing, red wine jus with cranberry sauce. Adults $38, children $18Connect with us! Here's how: Facebook: https://facebook.ontheroadwithmickey.comFacebook Group: https://facebookgroup.ontheroadwithmickey.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OntheRoadwithMickeyInstagram: On the Road with MickeyEmail: email@example.comFeature Topic: Brenda's New England Vacation Recap!Trip Highlights:Experiences we've never had beforeDelicious foodArrival: Manchester, NH.Stowe, VTMystic, CT. - Mystic Pizza, had pizza that was so good. Shopping: Themed around Alice in Wonderland. Alice'sBoston Public LibraryWhale Watching Tour on their 30th Anniversary! Breaching whale, whales with their calves, super pod of dolphins.Stowe, VT., fall foliage, area called Smugglers Notch. Went to Von Trapp Family LodgeFood: Lobster Rolls, Fish & Chips, Restaurant: Porthole - 2 full lobsters, potatoes, corn on the cob, $34.95. BoothBay Harbor in Maine, Kaler's Crab & Lobster House, Nutty Cheesy saladCape Cod - Couple named Fran & John, new friends they met. Took the ferry to Martha's Vineyard. Diparma Italian Restaurant, great pizza, wonderful server.Wenushi, NH - Restaurant: Our House - 25 different versions of mac and cheese.This Day in Disney History for October 24:1971 and 1982: Magic Kingdom and Epcot dedications!Disney Who's Who CharacterRamone from CarsA little bit of Walt“We were free to develop the story as we saw it, unlike the classics where we had to adhere rigidly to the sequence conceived by the author… As the characters came to life and the scenes took shape, we were able to alter, embellish, eliminate, and improve the material.” - Walt Disney on Lady and the TrampComing Next Week: Our Favorite Nighttime Attractions! Watch us on YouTube!
In episode 152 Jae is back to business on this podcast this week at The Humble Palace with Darnell and Tayvon. To skip past the opening music set go to (7:15). The fellas open the podcast celebrating Darnell's 40th birthday. Navy reports progress in clearing DD-214 backlog. (7:44) Fort Bragg no more, Fort Liberty is official. (12:00) Tom Brady likens NFL to ‘going away on a deployment in the military. (13:22) Kanye West Drink Champs Episode Pt. 3. (20:20) Crab shortage……a billion snow crabs missing leading to a canceled crab season. (30:05) Is $20 an hour the new $7.50 an hour? (33:30) A new California law has now legalized digital license plates, the plates can display different emergency messages, such as a built-in location tracker will allow police to easily locate a stolen car, amber alerts & more. (38:42) Maryland's new Emmett Till alert system issues the first alert at severe level. (45:15) Ever third wheeled with a toxic couple. (48:50) LeBron James and son Bronny James ink new deal with Beats by Dre. (52:20) Netflix with ads is finally here $6.99 and max output is 720p. (52:39) and more…….Become a Patron of The Jae & Friends Podcast for additional bonus episodes and visual content for all things JFP.: Tap in here Songs: It's My Dog Birthday - T-Pain (Intro) 30 Hours - Ye (Intro) Self Made - Bryson Tiller (Intro) Drugz - Trey Songz (Outro) Credits: Created by: J. Williams Executive Producers: J. Williams, A. Williams Associate Producers: J. Williams. T. Greene, D. Hudgins Creative Director: J. Williams Engineer: J. Williams
mike, travis and drunk discuss the following topics.... mike is employed. cheating at beauty pageants..... rumhamburger has it all figured out.... crab party.... texas petes taste test.... a minute to discuss bo daddy harris.... joe rogan and steve jobs and ai being out of control.... halloween ends..... celebrity life pool: martha stewart (81/mike) cher (76/travis) sofia loren (88/drunk) potw: unravel two/halloween (the holiday)/andor well, bye.
A Boost For U.S. Electric Vehicle Battery Production This week, the Biden administration announced it would issue grants totaling some $2.8 billion to increase U.S.-based production of electric vehicle batteries and mining of the minerals used in their manufacture. The grants would go to companies in 12 states to help boost domestic production of key battery ingredients such as lithium, graphite and nickel, reducing the country's reliance on China and other foreign battery producers. Casey Crownhart, a climate and technology reporter at MIT Technology Review, joins John Dankosky to talk about the plan and the road ahead for U.S.-based electric vehicles. They also talk about a surge in renewables use in Europe, new options for COVID vaccine boosters, charges of environmental racism against the state of Louisiana, and new research into why some of us seem to be magnets for mosquito bites. Climate Change's Toll On Our Social Fabric Climate change is already driving many visible effects in our world, from extreme flooding to the extinction of species. It threatens agriculture and life on coastal lands. But researchers predict a changing climate can also affect humans in other, more nuanced ways, including changes in human behavior and mental health. Co-host Shahla Farzan talks to Stanford researcher Marshall Burke, whose research has looked at the link between climate extremes, including heat waves and drought, and historic and contemporary conflicts. Plus, John Dankosky interviews Queens College neuroscientist Yoko Nomura about her work finding high rates of childhood psychiatric disorders among children whose mothers were pregnant, and under extreme stress, during 2012's Superstorm Sandy—a hint at the generational toll of intensifying disasters. They discuss why the answer to both challenges may be providing more social and economic support to those most vulnerable to stress as the globe warms. The Mysterious Case Of Alaska's Crabs For the first time ever, the Bering Sea snow crab fishery will not open for the upcoming season. Alaska's Department of Fish and Game announced the closure Monday afternoon. The Bristol Bay red king crab fishery will also be closed this year — for a second year in a row. Gabriel Prout co-owns the F/V Silver Spray with his dad and brothers. The Silver Spray is a 116-foot steel crabber that's homeported in Kodiak. He said he wasn't surprised that Fish and Game closed the king crab fishery — in a normal year, he'd go out for king crab, too. But numbers have been on the decline and that fishery didn't open last year, either. “The real shocking part is the total and complete collapse of the snow crab fishery which no one expected last year when it happened, and a complete closure this year was equally as shocking,” Prout said. Miranda Westphal, an area management biologist with Alaska's Department of Fish and Game, said the sudden decline in snow crab came as a shock to biologists as well. Back in 2018, there was record recruitment in the Bering Sea snow crab stock. Those numbers started to go down in 2019, and there was no survey in 2020 due to the pandemic. Read the rest at sciencefriday.com. In Hawai'i, Conservation Has Also Provided Fishermen Economic Benefits Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, along the northwestern Hawaiian islands, has been under some kind of conservation protection since the days of Theodore Roosevelt's presidency. It is a deeply sacred place to native Hawaiians. And at more than 583,000 square miles, it's also the world's largest fully protected no-fishing zone, after its expansion under the Obama administration in 2016. Marine protected areas like Papahānaumokuākea are designed to provide refuge to fish and other marine mammals that have been overexploited and otherwise threatened by human activities. But research has remained inconclusive on if these protections provide enough benefits to nearby areas to blunt the economic impact of exclusion zones. This is especially debated in the case of big, mobile, migratory species like Hawai'i's all-important bigeye and yellowfin tuna. Now, new research from an interdisciplinary team of economists and ecologists looked at how well Hawaiian tuna fishermen did when they fished close to the monument, and further away. And they found, to their surprise, that there was a strong benefit, which increased in the years after the monument's expansion. Fishermen near the monument caught more tuna, for the same amount of effort, than fishermen further away. Co-host Shahla Farzan talks to first author Sarah Medoff about the surprising findings, and why the economics of a marine protected area might matter to conservation decisions. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
Crab in my shoe mouth. We're in Orlando, Florida, it's November 1995. Ari Fink helps us dive into the adventurous 11/14/95 show. Please consider subscribing to Osiris Premium on Memberful, or to Osiris Premium on Apple Podcasts. Thanks for your support. Thanks to our partners at Green Future Wealth—they can help with all of your financial planning needs.Undermine is brought to you by Osiris Media. Executive Producers are Tom Marshall, RJ Bee, Brian Brinkman, Matt Dwyer, and Benjy Eisen. Produced and edited by Brian Brinkman and Eric Limarenko. Mixed and Mastered by Matt Dwyer. Production assistance from Christina Collins and Nick Cejas. Original Music by Amar Sastry. Art by Mark Dowd. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hour 4 of Tuesday's A&G: Deion Sanders, one of the best American athletes of all time, and someone to look up to? Crab fishing hits a stop. What is "The Right To Sex", and what did the poor man's pizza do to be crushed? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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October 18, 2022 The Daily Mojo is 2 hours of news, commentary, comedy, and auditory deliciousness."First Crab; Now Chicken!" The strange story of 4 Oklahoma men out for a "bike ride" got stranger when their bodies turned up in pieces, in a river. When Karine Jean Pierre talks...no one believes her. Airline etiquette may be changing. Cartels poisoning kids makes no sense, does it?Phil Bell, Director of External Affairs at Freedomworks tells us about the Financial Freedom Initiative, which will help people learn more about their finances and how to negotiate the financial system. Send Phil an email to get involved!Links:PBell@Freedomworks.orghttps://www.freedomworks.org/https://www.amazon.com/America-Perspective-Defending-American-Generation/dp/1637588135/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2FGXY0UZU1KST&keywords=america+in+perspective&psr=PDAY&qid=1657629745&s=prime-day&sprefix=america+in+perspective%2Cprime-day%2C80&sr=1-1-catcorrDan Andros is back to discuss not only the President's obvious mental decline, but a new documentary that investigates evidence from the days of Moses!And, please rate and review his Quickstart Podcast - the link is below. Links:Nicole Roche GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/pease-consider-a-donation-to-support-nicole-rochehttps://www.faithwire.com/2022/05/13/bidens-border-captivating-cbn-news-exclusive-explores-mind-blowing-us-immigration-crisis/https://www.faithwire.com/https://twitter.com/DanAndroshttps://www.faithwire.com/podcasts/the-quickstart-podcast/ Peter Serefine's Liberty Minute is part of the show, as well. Links:https://www.liberty-lighthouse.com/ All things in one place: https://linktr.ee/realbradstaggs All things in one place: https://linktr.ee/realronphillips WATCH The Daily Mojo LIVE 7-9a CT: Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/StewPetersFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MoJo50Radio Mojo 5-0 TV: https://www.mojo50.com/mojo50tv Or just LISTEN:https://www.mojo50.com/
Dave and Chris are breaking in the new MDM office with an on-the-fly #AskDave, covering all the topics other shows are afraid to talk about: fear in Home Depot, MacGyver-ing your own podcast studio, treating scimitar wounds, NASA-approved hot sauces, the problem with tater tots, bachelor pad grocery budgets, Transitions lenses, burping your kimchi jars, psilocybin butter sauce, and Dave's favorite vegetable. Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying Producer: Sasha Ashall Additional Production: Jordan Bass and Lala Rasor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices