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Best podcasts about Cripps

Latest podcast episodes about Cripps

Lace Out AFL Podcast
2022 AFL Grand Final Preview: It's Going To Be A Banger Of A Game!

Lace Out AFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 58:59


We are finally here. The two best teams of season 2022 are going head to head to win the ultimate prize: the AFL Premiership. Peps and Jamie analyse both Geelong and Sydney's claims to the flag and the advantages they have over the other. The team also discuss the preliminary finals, the Hawthorn saga, Cripps' Brownlow win, swiss army knives, and much more! Hosted By Christopher Pepper and Jamie Wallis Check out Lace Out's https://www.facebook.com/laceoutpodcast/ (Facebook page) Broadcasting LIVE every Tuesday night @ 8.30 pm (AEST) Look out for our Tipped Out episodes: Our Tips, Every Week! #itshowiwantmyfooty #laceout #afl

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
Midweek Rub | Unfolding Hawthorn situation, Cripps's Brownlow, who wins the grand final?

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:58


Joey, Ross and Daisy discuss all the big news and views in the footy world, including the situation at Hawthorn, Patrick Cripps's controversial Brownlow win, and what both Geelong and Sydney need to do to win the grand final.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Giddy Up
Daniel Cripps on Giddy Up (21/9/22)

Giddy Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 8:38


Pro punter Daniel Cripps joined Gareth on Giddy Up to discuss his brother Patrick's Brownlow medal, being a pro punter and much more!

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters
2022 Episode 59: Cripps' controversial Brownlow, Tassie, Buddy, Magic Round and oh, it's grand final week

The Game: AFL Podcast with Duff & Quarters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 56:18


Mark Duffield, chief football writer for The West Australian, is joined by Glen Quartermain, sport chief of staff, to discuss Patrick Cripps' Brownlow Medal and Gill McLachlan's “agitation”, the push for a Tassie team gains momentum, Buddy signs one for ‘one more', two very different preliminary finals and the first look at grand final week. Plus, Duff and Quarters read out your other thoughts on the Thirsty Camel mailbag and the boys answer your questions. If you have a question or comment for the guys, send your messages to duffandquarters@wanews.com.au There's a carton of Green Coast Lager from Stone and Wood Brewery up for grabs! For more from the guys, and the latest news in sport, head to thewest.com.au/sportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best of Grandstand
Brownlow medallist Patrick Cripps: "It's a massive honour"

Best of Grandstand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:07


Carlton skipper Patrick Cripps joins Aaron Bryans after becoming the 6th Blues player to win a Brownlow medal; revealing the impact of Michael Voss' arrival as head coach and why he won't change his contested game style despite nearly being ineligible to win the award due to a near suspension.

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
Tom Browne's News | Cripps' Brownlow triumph, Grundy on the way out, Prelim Injury wrap

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 11:17


It's Grand Final week! Tom Browne wraps up all the news from the Brownlow Medal, give us the latest on Dunkley & Grundy, plus the injury situation at both Geelong & Sydney. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Little Birdie Podcast
First Look | Cripps in a Classic

Little Birdie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 31:23


The Adam & Symon Show
CRASHING THE BROWNLOW RED CARPET

The Adam & Symon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 56:28


Cripps, Steele, Gil, Brayshaw, Mitchell hear from em all - it's the AFL's night of nights - we're there, LIVE, trying to get the biggest scoops. Who won the scoop off? Team Adam and Symon, or Team Y-Fronts? Big shout outs to Tomba for supplying the dress wear, Tom is the GOAT and you must, must, must check him out: tomba.com.au  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The West Live Podcast
How AFL factory Northampton made Cripps

The West Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:17


There must be something in the water up in Northampton. As we just heard, this year's Brownlow winner Patrick Cripps is from the small Mid West town. But he's not alone in being a champion AFL star to come from the town, who's produced players like Josh Kennedy, Paul Haselby and Daniel Chick. To take us through how the town is feeling is Shire President Liz Sudlow.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SEN Afternoons
Dwayne's World with Dwayne Russell - Monday 19th September

SEN Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 108:23


On the show today: 1. Geelong's Cam Guthrie 2. Midday Madness - AFL Preliminary final wash-up, Cripps wins the Brownlow and more 3. AFL Nation commentator Nathan Jones 4. SEN Chief Reporter Sam Edmund 5. Who should present the 2022 Premiership Cup to Geelong or Sydney? 6. Lost in the wash 7. Brett Phillips talking tennis

SEN Afternoons
Dwayne on Patrick Cripps eligibility for the Brownlow - Dwayne's World - Monday 19th September

SEN Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 1:24


Dwayne gives his thoughts on Cripps winning the Brownlow after his controversial bump in round 21

Nathan, Nat & Shaun
Shaun Sport: A Very Dusty Brownlow Medallist (Patty Cripps!)

Nathan, Nat & Shaun

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 12:35


Nathan, Nat, & Shaun get all the goss from footy's night of nights straight from the latest brownlow medallist himself. Someone get this guy a Berocca ASAP.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Scorecard with Liam Flanagan
Cripps claims first Brownlow in Epic Count

The Scorecard with Liam Flanagan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 6:10


Cripps claims first Brownlow in Epic Count Wallabies not prepared to let go of crushing Bledisloe loss The one million dollar bounty waiting for Mitchell Moses NBA coach's X rated Twitter spree See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

4BC Breakfast with Laurel, Gary & Mark
Cripps seizes Brownlow Medal in thriller win over Neale

4BC Breakfast with Laurel, Gary & Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 1:51


Carlton captain Patrick Cripps has beat Brisbane's Lachie Neale by one point for the 2022 Brownlow Medal.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dead Set Legends Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne
FULL SHOW | Patrick Cripps on his Brownlow Win

The Dead Set Legends Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 64:51


FULL SHOW | Today as we build up to the 2022 Toyota AFL Grand Final, we're joined by this year's Brownlow Medalist, Patrick Cripps; We find out how long you've lined up for; and St Kilda great, Nick Riewoldt also stop s bySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Roll Players
Savage Worlds - The Phony Express 1.4: Mr. Jackson If You're Nasty

Roll Players

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 85:39


The Delivery Team heads back out to deliver some hot deli sandwiches to creek-dwelling couple called "The Cripps." In the process, they encounter some canine adversaries and meet a wealthy-looking fella with a penchant for getting his hands dirty. Ryn is mistaken for an angel, Cutter delivers chain letters, Maverick finds interest in robotics, and Jackson enjoys a good chase n' shoot!@rollplayerswin @smoses_senpai @borschmeiser @mr_ray_rpgHey, do you like podcasting and want life to be super easy for you? Then check out using Zencastr! You can record audio, video or both in HD with all of your recorded files in one location! It's FREE! And if you want to take advantage of their super cool automatic post production tool and sound board, go to zencastr.com/pricing and use offer code: rollplayers for 30% of your first 3 months!

Light Up Your Worth
77.5 Breaking Away from Good Girl Mentality with Val Cripps

Light Up Your Worth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 37:47


It is time to stop being scared to invest in yourself! You should not feel guilty or ashamed to learn new ways to help you work through your past traumas and finally be you! It's time to break through the suppression and finally start asking for bliss. In this Light Up Your Worth episode host Debbie McAllister, and divine cosmic Shamama, Val Cripps dive into what light language is, how to break through the suppression and how to retrain your mind, body and being. Val is a two-time Oscar winning FX animator, two-time bestselling author and divine cosmic SHAMAMA. She is also a sacred energy guide, quantum healer and divine activator who guides you to your RICHbli$$, SOULGASMIC life. With sound, vibration, frequency and her own unique modalities, she collapses time, recalibrating ancestral and inner child pathways liberating world changing leaders of the new earth to their highest resonance and most divinely aligned vibration, bringing bliss and power to places that used to drain and punish them. To reach Val: Instagram:   https://www.instagram.com/valtopia/?hl=en Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Valtopia YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Valtopia To work with Val: https://valcripps.typeform.com/to/ghGUIY?typeform-source=valtopia.com Free guided audio: https://linktr.ee/valtopia Debbie McAllister is a Spiritual Transformational Coach and Light Up Your Worth podcast host. She offers recorded energetic healing meditations to clear out the limiting subconscious beliefs, and self-sabotage patterns, & release negative habits, interrupt & healing generational trauma, and lovingly guide you through the process of transition. Free Quick Confidence Boosting Meditation at her website https://www.lightupyourworth.net Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lightupyourworth YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/Lightupyourworthpodcast Looking to contribute? Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lightupyrworth Debbie shares: https://www.instagram.com/sage_essentialoils/ https://www.polkadotpowerhouse.com/ https://badassbookbesties.com Become a patron at https://www.patreon.com/lightupyourworth --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/lightupyourworth/support This podcast episode was edited by Chelsea Weaver Podcasting Chelseaweaverpodcasting.com https://linktr.ee/chelseaweaverpodcasting --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lightupyourworth/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lightupyourworth/support

That Gives Me Anxiety
Fantasy Football Drafts w/ Joseph Robert, aka The Fantasy Football Counselor, and Alyson Cripps, Hannah Levinson, Matt Morrison

That Gives Me Anxiety

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 59:16


In episode 41 we're taking things to the lighter side to talk about Fantasy Football Drafts. There's a lot of pressure in your social circles to nail your draft so you don't have to live with the embarrassment of a bad team. To help shed some light on some strategies that might improve your drafting I spoke with Joseph Robert, aka The Fantasy Football Counselor. I also spoke with my friends Alyson Cripps, Hannah Levinson, Matt Morrison about their strategy. How to support the show!Buy Me a Coffee:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/givesmeanxietyInstacart:Instacart.oloiyb.net/AnxietyMy Software Tutor - Promo Code pod20 for 20 percent offhttps://mysoftwaretutor.com/The Cardist - anxiety pod 10%https://thecardiststudio.com/Check out the show on all of your favorite social platforms!https://twitter.com/GivesanxietyPodhttps://www.facebook.com/thatgivesmeanxietypodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/thatgivesmeanxietypodcast/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgCOITNlRi_K7JP9QxBK-vQCheck out Joe's Website:www.thefantasyfootballcounselor.comSupport the show

Light Up Your Worth
77. Breaking Away from Good Girl Mentality with Val Cripps

Light Up Your Worth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 45:29


It is time to stop being scared to invest in yourself! You should not feel guilty or ashamed to learn new ways to help you work through your past traumas and finally be you! It's time to break through the suppression and finally start asking for bliss. In this Light Up Your Worth episode host Debbie McAllister, and divine cosmic Shamama, Val Cripps dive into what light language is, how to break through the suppression and how to retrain your mind, body and being. Val is a two-time Oscar winning FX animator, two-time bestselling author and divine cosmic SHAMAMA. She is also a sacred energy guide, quantum healer and divine activator who guides you to your RICHbli$$, SOULGASMIC life. With sound, vibration, frequency and her own unique modalities, she collapses time, recalibrating ancestral and inner child pathways liberating world changing leaders of the new earth to their highest resonance and most divinely aligned vibration, bringing bliss and power to places that used to drain and punish them.  To reach Val: Instagram:   https://www.instagram.com/valtopia/?hl=en Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Valtopia YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Valtopia To work with Val: https://valcripps.typeform.com/to/ghGUIY?typeform-source=valtopia.com Free guided audio: https://linktr.ee/valtopia Debbie McAllister is a Spiritual Transformational Coach and Light Up Your Worth podcast host. She offers recorded energetic healing meditations to clear out the limiting subconscious beliefs, and self-sabotage patterns, & release negative habits, interrupt & healing generational trauma, and lovingly guide you through the process of transition. Free Quick Confidence Boosting Meditation at her website https://www.lightupyourworth.net Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lightupyourworth YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/Lightupyourworthpodcast Looking to contribute? Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lightupyrworth Debbie shares: https://www.instagram.com/sage_essentialoils/ https://www.polkadotpowerhouse.com/ https://badassbookbesties.com Become a patron at https://www.patreon.com/lightupyourworth --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/lightupyourworth/support This podcast episode was edited by Chelsea Weaver Podcasting Chelseaweaverpodcasting.com https://linktr.ee/chelseaweaverpodcasting --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lightupyourworth/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lightupyourworth/support

6PR Football Podcast
Jamie Cripps Post Game Round 23 v Geelong

6PR Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 3:24


Jamie Cripps Post Game Round 23 v GeelongSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crunch Time
Crunch Time - Round 22 (13.08.22)

Crunch Time

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 94:36


Full show from today with Gerard Whateley, Luke Hodge, Sam Edmund and Dermott Brereton.

Crunch Time
Cripps Suspension Overturned (13.08.22)

Crunch Time

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 15:31


The Crunch Time team discuss the Patrick Cripps saga that has raged all week.

SEN Afternoons
Dwayne's World with Dwayne Russell - Friday 12th August

SEN Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 104:09


On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - Cripps decision, Devon Smith retires, Thursday Night Footy and more 2. Carlton coach Michael Voss speaks on Cripps 3. Melbourne Storm GM of Football Frank Ponissi 4. Campbell Brown's weekend preview 5. Lost in the wash 6. Hawthorn star Tom Mitchell

SEN Afternoons
Campbell Brown on Dwayne's World - Friday 12th August

SEN Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 16:48


SEN Afternoons
Midday Madness: Dwayne and Michael Voss react to the Cripps decision - Dwayne's World - Friday 12th August

SEN Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 34:21


Dwayne reacts to the Patrick Cripps decision and takes your calls, plus Carlton coach Michael Voss speaks to the media for his view.

Writer's Voice with Francesca Rheannon
Bruce Holsinger, THE DISPLACEMENTS & Elizabeth Cripps, WHAT CLIMATE JUSTICE MEANS AND WHY WE SHOULD CARE

Writer's Voice with Francesca Rheannon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 57:19


Bruce Holsinger tells us about his novel, The Displacements. Then, moral philosopher Elizabeth Cripps talks about her book, What Climate Justice Means and Why We Should Care. The post Bruce Holsinger, THE DISPLACEMENTS & Elizabeth Cripps, WHAT CLIMATE JUSTICE MEANS AND WHY WE SHOULD CARE appeared first on Writer's Voice.

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
Tom Browne's News | Cripps free to play, Coach hunt is nearly over & Hinkley survives

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 12:41


It's a massive news day in the footy world! Tom Browne takes a deep dive into the Cripps verdict, names the leading candidates for both North Melbourne & GWS coaching jobs, discussed Hinkley's situation at Port Adelaide and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AFL Daily
Cripps cleared, Sunday's battle for a top two finish

AFL Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 19:57


Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily. Patrick Cripps' marathon hearing (0:00); Why the Tribunal's decision was overturned last night (4:50); Sydney and Collingwood square off on Sunday (8:09); Round 22 team news (13:23); David Koch clarifies his stance on Ken Hinkley (15:49) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

3AW Breakfast with Ross and John
Cripps ban overturned: What Ox Schwarz says the AFL is 'duty bound' to do today

3AW Breakfast with Ross and John

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 5:11


Melbourne champion David 'Ox' Schwarz says the AFL is "duty bound" to do this today.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sport Today
Friday, 12 August - Remembering Paul Green; Cripps is free to play; A summer of golf; And a must watch rendition of Bille Jean

Sport Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 9:28


Sport Today is a weekday sports news podcast and newsletter that puts sports lovers ahead of the game.Need help?Bille JeanSign up to the Sport Today newsletter hereFollow Don't Forget Your Tips! on Apple and Spotify

The Marty Sheargold Show  - Triple M Melbourne 105.1
FRONT PAGE | Cripps Free to Play

The Marty Sheargold Show - Triple M Melbourne 105.1

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 12:37


FRONT PAGE | Missed the news this morning? The Marty Sheargold Show has got you covered with what is on the Front Page and the Back Page of the papersSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SEN Breakfast
Conversation Starters - Cripps, Hinkley, Clarkson (12.8.22)

SEN Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 27:01


Kane and Kingy get stuck into the big issues ahead of Round 22, primarily the overturning of Patrick Cripps' two-week suspension by the AFL's appeals board, Ken Hinkley's future at Port Adelaide, and North's pursuit of Alistair Clarkson.

SEN Breakfast
'The game has never been more lost' - Kane and Kingy on Cripps' overturned suspension (12.8.22)

SEN Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 14:36


Kane and Kingy unpack the overturning of Patrick Cripps' two-week suspension at the AFL appeals board, and take calls from an outraged footy public.

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
Tom Browne's News | Cripps' tribunal appeal, Grundy's possible destination & Clarko's looming decision

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 11:29


Tom Browne gave us the latest news in the football world, including the likelihood of Cripps winning his tribunal appeal, trade news surrounding Brodie Grundy, Dyson Heppell and Josh Dunkley, plus Gillon McLachlan's likely successor.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sportsday
Breaking news on Carlton's Cripps Tribunal appeal, Matthew Richardson in the studio, Brisbane gun midfielder Lachie Neale - Sportsday in 30 minutes - Wednesday August 10

Sportsday

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 34:43


Gerard and Sam were joined by Matthew Richardson in the studio plus Brisbane star midfielder Lachie Neale in the first hour.

Whateley
Whateley - Full Show (9.8.22)

Whateley

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 103:05


On Tuesday morning, Gerard's editorial on Patrick Cripps' upcoming tribunal hearing (00:36) was followed by Nathan Buckley, who continued the discussion on Cripps' bump before moving onto some more of footy's hot topics (5:17). Patrick Dangerfield weighed in on the Cripps bump, Josh Jenkins' statement regarding Adelaide's camp, and Tahlia McGrath's presence in the Australian T20 side after testing positive to COVID (41:43), and Gerard then got the latest AFL news from Sam Edmund (1:04:51). He quickly reached 'Across the Divide' with Andrew Voss (1:15:44), and then caught up with Jason Richardson who was leaving the closing ceremony in Birmingham (1:22:10). Lastly, he spoke to Rob Woodhouse who completed the English Channel swim on the weekend (1:32:10).

SuperCoach Edge
SuperCoach Edge '22 | Cripps Prelim Pandemonium

SuperCoach Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 72:14


In looking back at Round 21 of AFL SuperCoach, Damo and Liam discuss Finals Week 2 and the fallout from the suspension of Cripps as we look forward to Prelim week. They identify the top 3 replacements for Cripps, along with the best luxury upgrades in each position, and roll through the hottest captaincy options and more! If you haven't caught us on YouTube yet, this is the episode to do it - with a HEAP of visual gags that you would otherwise miss out on in the audio podcast. So jump across there, and don't forget to like, comment & subscribe -> bit.ly/3hjM4z5 Don't forget to jump into our SCE Discord Community, which is free to join: https://discord.gg/EhwmChTrp4 Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code EDGE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod #sponsored ------------ YouTube: bit.ly/3hjM4z5 Discord: https://discord.gg/EhwmChTrp4 Twitter: @supercoach_edge @damoj88 @l_evans_95 FB Group: www.facebook.com/supercoachedge Insta: @supercoachedge

FOX FOOTY Podcast
AFL 360 - Cripps' regular season over as he is suspended 2 games, what now for Carlton? Ken Hinkley in the hot seat? - 08/08/22

FOX FOOTY Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 24:55


Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Monday, August 8th with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Carlton Captain Patrick Cripps was handed a two match suspension by the AFL, meaning he will miss their final two games and leave Carlton in limbo. Ken Hinkley appears to be in the hot seat as Port Adelaide continue to struggle. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SEN Afternoons
Dwayne's World with Dwayne Russell - Monday 8th August

SEN Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 109:45


On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - Carlton, Cripps, Collingwood, Melbourne and more 2. AFL Nation commentator Nathan Jones 3. Is Ken Hinkley's position in question? 4. Matt White on the Commonwealth Games and Oscar Piastri 5. Lost in the wash 6. Sam Edmund with breaking news on Wayne Carey and Anthony Stevens 7. Brett Phillips on Nick Kyrgios.

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
Tom Browne's News | Cripps MRO case, Buddy's contract & De Goey at Collingwood

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 9:40


Tom Browne is back to wrap up a big weekend of footy! Patrick Cripps' MRO case dominated discussion where Tom outlined the likely verdict for the Carlton skipper along with Buddy's contract news & the Pies timeline to sign De Goey also on the agenda. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AFL Fantasy Podcast with The Traders
Cripps options, scale of hardness, James' challenge from second

AFL Fantasy Podcast with The Traders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 63:21


Roy is a bit grumpy after losing his Bacon Cup semi finals in both Classic and Draft. The boys catch up James who has taken his team to second overall and discuss how the next two weeks will look for him. Options are considered based on the Scale of Hardness and plenty of our questions are answered ahead of the preliminary finals. Play AFL Fantasy at http://fantasy.afl.com.au or download the free smartphone app. Episode guide 1:30 - Warnie and Calvin are through to the preliminary finals, but Roy has packed up shop for 2022. 6:20 - "My advice is still standing strong and there for the people" as Roy said Rowan Marshall has been a trade target for the last three weeks. 8:00 - Braydon Preuss might be lucky to be playing this week. 11:45 - Mark calls out Calvin's advice to get Tom Stewart who had four points at half time. 14:15 - James, coach of Shuckas, joins the boys to talk about his second placed team. 19:30 - Tim English and Rowan Marshall as James' starting rucks helped get him to the top 10 by round four. 21:20 - A suspension looms for Patrick Cripps. 25:15 - Tim Taranto won't play in round 22. 29:30 - You can be unique and risk it with injuiry prone players for the last two rounds. 33:30 - Calvin is considering bringing in Andrew Brayshaw this week. 38:00 - If you have Reilly O'Brien, it could be a unique hold for you due to his grand final fixture. 40:50 - The Traders reveal their moves with Warnie considering Jaidyn Stephenson as a cheap option up forward. 42:15 - Questions from social media - follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter and like the Official AFL Fantasy facebook page. 47:30 - Who goes first: Tom Mitchell or Jack Macrae? 53:10 - Why you should hold James Sicily. 57:00 - Rory Laird has posted record numbers in recent times. Find more content from The Traders at afl.com.au/fantasy. Like AFL Fantasy on Facebook. Follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Marty Sheargold Show  - Triple M Melbourne 105.1
FRONT PAGE | Is Cripps in Trouble?

The Marty Sheargold Show - Triple M Melbourne 105.1

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 11:34


FRONT PAGE | Missed the news this morning? The Marty Sheargold Show has got you covered with what is on the Front Page and the Back Page of the papersSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

FOX FOOTY Podcast
First Crack: Cripps ban may ruin Blues, Dee's act will 'cost them a final'

FOX FOOTY Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 52:20


David King, Leigh Montagna and Ben Dixon give the first and best analysis of Round 21 on The First Crack, including breakdowns of the Melbourne-Collingwood blockbuster, Carlton's woes amid a potential Patrick Cripps suspension, the two clubs who were "not AFL standard" on the weekend and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Toy Power Podcast
#273: Fin-tastic Fun w. Sam Cripps!

Toy Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 61:55


This is one helluva Jaw-some episode - It's the first of many puns in this hilarious ep with our good friend Sam Cripps. He takes us through his love for the 90s juggernaut Street Sharks. From the iconic packaging, the pun-tastic names, the 90s fashion and of course what could have been with unreleased greatness. As part of his research Ben stumbles upon some seriously obscure spin-offs and the price tag will shock you. Then it's off to New Asgard as we take a look at the latest MCU entry with Thor Love and Thunder! Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Doctor Supercoach
Ep. 269 Cheezo & Pistol's Round 19 Recap

Doctor Supercoach

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 65:03


Powered by #CodeSports -House Keeping -Defender Carnage: Hewett/Houston/Rich/Hall -Will the Cripps uptick from R19 continue? -Should we get Culley as cover or trade our injured premium? -VC/C options for this week -Memelow

AFL Fantasy Podcast with The Traders
Duncan junkin', luxury trades, Cripps to go?

AFL Fantasy Podcast with The Traders

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 61:27


Round 17 is in the can. Roy, Calvin and Warnie chat about the round that was with a look ahead to next weekend. Play AFL Fantasy at http://fantasy.afl.com.au or download the free smartphone app. Episode guide 1:00 - After making Lachie Neale is No. 1 captain, people want Calvin's head. 5:00 - Roy ends up in the green vest after a weekend to forget. 8:10 - Mitch Duncan's junk time was celebrated as he racked up 45 points during time on in the last quarter. 14:15 - Luxury trade time saw Roy's James Sicily to Jordan Dawson move was a negative 33 point return. 20:00 - Will Clayton Oliver play after thumb surgery? 28:30 - Harry Himmelberg was the most relevant name alongside Rowan Marshall in the DPP addition. 32:00 - Are taggers back in vogue? 38:45 - The Traders' trades. 41:00 - Questions from social media - follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter and like the Official AFL Fantasy facebook page. 44:30 - Who goes first: Patrick Cripps or Nick Daicos? 52:00 - Should Tom Mitchell be on the chopping block? 55:40 - "I just can't bring myself to trading Will Brodie." Find more content from The Traders at afl.com.au/fantasy. Like AFL Fantasy on Facebook. Follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus
Episode #58: Community Conversation With My Physician Assistant, Ms. Simmons - On HIV - Hep B - Warts - Anal Pap Smears - Girl And So Much MORE!!!

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 46:04


INTRODUCTION: I have with me today my personal Physician Assistant, Ms. Simmons. She has treated me for the last 10 years and I am excited to have her on to talk about the diseases that affect us, treatments and vaccines. INCLUDED IN THIS EPISODE (But not limited to): ·      Explained: Physician Assistant vs. Nurse Practitioner·      HIV/AIDS Explained·      Hepatitis Explained·      Why Syphilis = “Blind, Crippled & Crazy”·      The Deeper Risks Of Gonorrhea and Chlamydia·      STI Vs. STD·      HPV Virus & Warts·      The Need For Anal Pap Smears·      Get STD Vaccines For God's Sake·      Is It Just The Gays Getting Diseases??? MS. 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And welcome back to the sex drugs in Jesus podcast. Today I have with me, my personal, very own physician assistant Ms. Simmons. Who's been treating me for the last 10 years. I wanted to have her on to talk about infectious diseases, vaccines, and different sicknesses that tend to plague our world.I've had just about every. Goddamn infectious disease in the book since I [00:01:00] spent my formative years being a whole. And so I thought I would be super transparent and talk about it. Hopefully this helps someone cheers to your health.Hello everyone. And thank you so much for listening to the sex drugs in Jesus podcast. Again, I'm so damn excited to have. The lady who's responsible for me still being alive on the podcast today. Her name is Ms. Simmons. She's down there in new Orleans at the VA healthcare center.And this is where I go to get my medical healthcare done. So today we're gonna talking about health this time of year. People tend to talk a whole lot about health because it's gay pride and they think that gay people are responsible for all the fucking diseases, but and you know, what, if some people aren't really gonna pay attention to sickle and disease one month out of the year, I'll take that.So we're gonna work with this in this month, but really it should be all 12 months of the year. Ms. Simmons, how are you doing today?[00:02:00]Ms. Simmons: I'm fine. Thank you.De'Vannon: Okay, thank you so much for joining us. Tell me so, so Ms. Simmons is the person who has been doing my healthcare since I was homeless. And I transferred all of my health in legal troubles from Houston, the Baton Rouge, and she is the person who has had me under her wing for like the last 10 years. So just tell us, like, so you are a physician's assistant.Tell us the difference between a doctor, a physician assistant and a nurse practitioner.Ms. Simmons: So physician assistants and nurse practitioners are what we call mid-level providers. They typically practice under the scope of guidance of a physician. Nurse practitioners are. Typically RNs who get additional training to [00:03:00] function as frontline providers, they are now considered licensed. Licensed. What is it? The L I licensed individual practitioners. So they actually can hang out there, shingle have an office and not work under a physician. They had to in the past. Physician assistance are mid-level providers, which means in mid levels, basically we can prescribe, diagnose and treat most diseases.Most of your typical diseases but the physician assistants, I have a supervising physician. So as you become more proficient as a, a physician assistant, you typically don't have to have a doctor looking over your shoulder or watching everything you do. You, you [00:04:00] basically practice. Individually, but if you run into some snags or it's something that's beyond your scope, you can chat with your supervising physician who may give you some guidance.So it's, it's a little hard to explain, but a physician. Four years of medical school, usually an internship. And they usually specialize into something like ear, nose and throat infectious disease, or some of the surgical subspecialties like dermatology general surgery or whatever the physicians typically.If you a general surgeon, you going to die general surgeon. You're not gonna switch back from working in E N T to general surgery or being a gynecologist or an infectious disease doctor because they spend [00:05:00] at least eight to 10 years trying to hone in on their specialty skills, nurse practitioners.And physician assistant typically are masters prepared. They, they have a bachelor's degree in sci some science class. The nurse practitioners are typically all are ins. And they get another two and a half years. Physician assistant grew out of the army, medics or the Navy medics. So your background could be anything.I was a clinical dietician. That was my background. So when I went to PA school, I couldn't take a blood pressure. You know, I was dumb with a lot of the frontline things that I need to practice as a physician assistant now, but I, after two [00:06:00] and a half years, I was able to get out on that front and practice.So that's kind of the difference. I hope I didn't cloud it. Nurse practitioners were RNs. PAs could have been anything. They could have been paramedics. They could have been nurses, but nurses typically go into the nurse practitioner field. And then in this, and in this neck of the woods, you're gonna see probably more nurse practitioners because they have more of the schools.We are beginning to get more schools in the south now. So you may run across a few more physician assistants.De'Vannon: Yeah, thank you for that breakdown. I like the physician's assistants and the nurse practitioners more than the doctors. And so I always recommend. You know, alternatives to doctors, to people, because in my experience I have found the doctors. To be a little bit more like, sometimes it just don't seem like they have a soul [00:07:00] and it's just been such a pleasure dealing with you.I dunno if it's the female thing or what, but the nurse practitioners and the physician's assistants to me are nicer than the doctor. So I want people to know that if you have a doctor that's being an asshole, you don't have to deal with him. You have, or her or they, whatever the fuck, you know, you have other options out there.I didn't know about physicians, assistant and nurse practitioners until I met you. You know, in all these years, I was thinking I had to deal with this doctor. Who's gonna have me waiting for three hours, even though my appointment was three hours ago. And then. He only gonna talk to me for five seconds and then just blaze right out the room.I didn't like that. I felt like I was disrespected by doctors. And so I don't deal with doctors anymore, you know? And then, you know, cuz y'all have the same. You can prescribe medicine, you can diagnose things like there's no, you can do everything practically that a doctor can do. So there's no reason to fuck with the doctor.Ms. Simmons: Right. But remember if you have an infectious disease doctor, [00:08:00] he has eightplus years of experience under his belt. Whereas. I have two and a half years. So there's a, a big difference in the knowledge base. Now, when you talk about what you need to practice and get most of the common things that people come across done, that's where, you know, we can kind of be on equal footing more so than some of the more complex things.So.De'Vannon: I just wanna be loved when I'm in the clinic. I don't care how much he know. I need to feel like he cares.Ms. Simmons: Oh, okay. I got you.De'Vannon: from the beginning. I could. You cared because the doctors who may have known more than you, they just didn't have heart. So I didn't listen to 'em. so.Ms. Simmons: I got you. I got you. And, and really that is a hallmark of both the mid levels. They were. Physician extenders to allow more times with the patients so that the [00:09:00] doctors could see the more difficult patients and we could see the more difficult or frontline patients. So it worksDe'Vannon: Okay. Then you mentioned infectious disease. Now you specialize in infectious diseases. What made you want to go into that? And why are you passionate about infectious disease?Ms. Simmons: well, to be honest when I. Finished PA school. The VA helped fund my, my education to go to PA school because as I mentioned, I was a clinical dietician and I had a passion or want to do a little more for patients other than their nutritional needs. And I was looking for a career that I could build on what I already had on board.So after I finished PA school, I was stationed here at the VA in new Orleans. And this is [00:10:00]2003 to 2005. I was in general primary care general primary care, which is always something good to start in and then to move. Into a, you know, a specialty, a subspecialty. So Katrina came, I moved to Texas Houston, Michael DeBakey.I'm sure you familiar with, with them. I was there from 2005 to 2011. So in order for me to transfer back to new Orleans, the infectious disease. Position was open. So I applied for it. So it wasn't like I was, I was specifically seeking it out. It was what was open, but I can tell you that it's been very rewarding and I'm so glad I'm in it.And compared to some of these other things, I'm, I'm [00:11:00] just excited about it. I love my job.De'Vannon: Okay. I love that. You love your job. I can tell. So we're gonna talk about me and we're gonna talk about my, my, my sexual history, my disease history, because since I've had them near every disease in the book, it's a great way to educate people about diseases. So I have my list of diseases that I have had.So I'm gonna go down them one by one, and then we're gonna talk about them and Kind of like just what it is, the treatments for it, you know? And of course what happens if you don't treat it? So, so let's start with HIV.Ms. Simmons: Okay, so what,De'Vannon: How is it, how is it treated?Ms. Simmons: oh, okay. Basically it is. It's treated with anti retroviral medications. Most individuals today can be treated with one pill a day and [00:12:00] the pill generally consist of two or more drugs. That will help suppress the virus, stop it from multiplying. And it will also eradicate all the virus that's in your blood.It does not. It does not. However, do anything about the virus that's inside your tissues, like the lining of your heart, your gut, all of those it's it's dormant. It's still there. And if you get off the medicine, of course it will multiply and you know, populate your, your body as well as your blood.De'Vannon: what. V is. And then what aids is, what doesMs. Simmons: Okay. So if you think about. A box. I'm gonna just use a box, a box that contains your immune [00:13:00] system or your T cells or your CD four. Count your CD four number a normal, T-cell or CD four. Count is somewhere between four and and 1500. So this is what we use to fight infections, viruses, bacterial infections, any little thing that we can come in contact.If we have an intact immune system, we can fight most diseases. Sometimes we can succumb to the disease, but. You know, once your, your system is strong enough, it can fight it off. And eventually it will clear usually with the help of antibiotics or antiviral, whatever we need to treat it in a person who's been infected with the HIV virus.What it does is that [00:14:00] little box of fighters or your T cells it kills them. So people who had maybe a thousand, you know, when they first become infected, you know, they can go down very low. Any T-cell count below 200 is considered aids and. After you get into that range, you pretty much will have problems fighting normal infections that come your way.But also those that are considered opportunistic. So these are little things that are in the atmosphere, but they don't really. Infect those individuals with intact immune systems. So things like Mac tuberculosis is also one [00:15:00] that is considered opportunistic thrush a lot of, a lot of your.STDs or STIs. You can become infected with those, but it tends to be a little worse and not a little worse, a lot worse than somebody who doesn't have a good immune system. So it's basic. What, what HIV does it attacks your immune system? It kills your T cells over time. Not all at once, but over time, the longer you go without treatment, the more T cells will be destroyed.And probably never will. You won't get 'em back either. The other thing that happens as the, the virus invades your body, it multiplies. And so your viral [00:16:00] load or how much virus is detectable in your blood can go from undetectable. If you're on medicines to. In the thousands or the millions. The problem with having that in your blood is that it increases the inflammation in your body, putting you at higher risk for everything, heart attacks, strokes, cancers, all of those things.That's why it's very important to. Get treated as soon as possible after the infection and to stay undetectable and suppressed.De'Vannon: And then how is HIV transferred? Like how can someone catch.Ms. Simmons: It's through blood and genital fluids.De'Vannon: Okay. So sex sharing, needles, stuffMs. Simmons: mm-hmmDe'Vannon: Okay. So then I wanna talk about hepatitis, hepatitis. I think there's like hepatitis a, B, C, and B.Ms. Simmons: Mm-hmmDe'Vannon: [00:17:00] several different ones. I have hepatitis B. How can people catch hepatitis?Ms. Simmons: SameDe'Vannon: Okay. So still blood and needles. And what, what. In gen genital fluids. And what part of the body does hepatitis attack or go for?How doesMs. Simmons: way. And genital fluids, the liver. So HEPA is Greek for liver. Eye is inflammation love. So it's the liver, but any of these diseases like the target organ for hepatitis is liver, but if it goes untreated, it, the other organs become impacted soon or later. So. You know, and he B is one of those that just having it, you have an increased risk for liver cancer, which is why you have to have your liver checked every six months.We do the screening on your liver as well as we make sure you [00:18:00] there's no help be virus on board cause any virus. On board. That's not supposed to be there is going to cause a problem. Yeah. Yeah. And probably more sooner than later.De'Vannon: So y'all what she's saying is, so they send me to get like my liver scanned a couple of times a year, just to get like a more visual look at what's going on because, because Misson is super thorough like that. And this is the central reason why I wanted to have her on the show to talk about you know, healthcare from a more thorough perspective.Cause when I'm talking to the homies out there in the community, They're not having like these kind of tests done. Their doctors are not checking for these things. And so I want it to. Throw it out there to hopefully help somebody. So the next thing I wanna talk about is syphilis. Now you scared the shit outta me with this one here, because when I was running around being a little ho and I was getting syphilis, like every other damn day.And [00:19:00] she, you used to have the words to me. You were, you were like you ever heard the term blind, cripple and crazyThen I thought when I was in jail the last time, there was a guy who had contracted sins and then he was in a fucking wheelchair with the cane and he had had a stroke. So. The problem I have with healthcare is me not being straight. And I'm considered to be high risk. When I was going to doctors who didn't cater to a lot of non-straight people, they knew that I had highly promiscuous ways and they were not checking me for these things, you know, whereas you did. So and somebody else's doctor, you know, maybe skipping them too. So tell us how serious syphilis is. It's easy to treat. I know you just get penicillin shot in the ass and it just like takes care of it. Super easy to treat. But if you, but you and you get syphilis through sex and like needles and stuff too.And I guess vaginal, I mean genital fluids as well, but what is syphilis? What does it attack and [00:20:00] what happens if you don't treat it?Ms. Simmons: Be spread it's, it's kinda a skin to skin. So say you have oral sex with somebody who has open lesion in their mouth. They can spread it like that. So you it's it's a sneaky little devil in that. It can present so many different ways. It can present as a rash and, and some of the rashes, if you, if you look up the, the, the syphilis rash, they, it doesn't have to, it can present differently.They call syphilis the great imitator. You think you're looking at something in syphilis. So in anybody with HIV, I routinely test them for syphilis. That's just part of their regular labs, [00:21:00] because whether they say they're sexually active or not, whatever, some of 'em forget, you know, I don't, I don't really know, but.If the syphilis moves from your blood into your nervous system, you can develop what is called neuro syphilis and people with neuro syphilis, it can impact your cognition. It can also impact impact your nervous system. So, you know, your nerves in. Your ability to walk and move and all of these things can be impacted with untreated syphilis.And we use the term blind Cripps, cripple and crazy because it can cause blindness anything in your nervous system and your. Your nervous system includes your brain and your ability to move around. So all of those things can be impacted with untreated [00:22:00] syphilis and those individuals with HIV, especially aids, especially untreated HIV, the, the progression of.Syphilis to neuro syphilis is much more rapid and fast. Whereas say a noninfected person with syphilis. They may, they may care as syphilis for years without any symptoms. That's a horrible thing, cuz eventually they will have symptoms and you can't really reverse a lot of. So it's best to stay checked and get your treatment wheneverDe'Vannon: okay. So then we'll do an easy one. Gonorrhea and chlamydia. Lots of people have had this like does, so does this, and this is sexually transmitted. Those are just sexually transmitted diseases that present us, like a, some sort of color discharge. I don't [00:23:00] know if it's the same in males and females in terms of discharge, but.Ms. Simmons: Yeah, the males typically with chlamydia, they, they, they are temp typically asymptomatic females with chlamydia. They get this kind of little funny odor funny discharge gonorrhea. Usually you got. A burn, a burn, you know, they it'll present with that and it may have a discharge. So males typically, I think when it comes to STDs that matter other than syphilis cause syphilis can be tricky.Sometimes they typically know when something is, is, is D. Females on the other hand, some of these things can be silent and they can hav it havoc on the females. You know, it can dis destroy all of your reproductive organs. So it is it's it's you gotta get, you gotta [00:24:00] get checked. You gotta stay checked. If you are sexually active, you, you open yourself up to a large.Plethora of diseases and infections. So I think you asked what was the difference between the St and the STD? So the infection is just what it is, is some type of bacteria, parasite virus, or whatever that enters your body and causes any. Infection, when it starts to impact your organs and other parts of your body is considered a disease.So some of these diseases we can treat very easily like gonorrhea and syphilis and. You know, chlamydia, we can treat them their bacterial infections for the most part, the viral ones, you know, viruses, it's hard to treat viruses. We know, we know, we know [00:25:00] that. So we have developed the medicines to keep the virus suppress so that it can do a minimal amount of harm.As long as you get it on board early and you stay compliant.De'Vannon: So, is there, are there any risks to males with chlamydia and gonorrhea? If it goes and treated, can it mess with our kidneys or organs or reproductive systems or anything like that?Ms. Simmons: The chlamydia, not so much gonorrhea, I'll say about that is that. I have very few people that go men, especially that go undiagnosed with gonorrhea because they are usually symptomatic. So I'm, I'm not really sure of, of what happens long term, long treated gonorrhea. I'd have to check in on that, but I typically anybody comes in something's going on with their urine or whatever, but I'll [00:26:00] check for all of these things. So I, I usually don't have the long term, the, the syphilis, you can have some people that go a long time cuz it's silent and some of your subsequent syphilis infections really have no symptoms at all.De'Vannon: Okay. Cool. So then I wanted to talk about, Warz. So I've had anal Warz before, back in like 2002, 2003. From what I understand, this has to do with like, HPV virus, family sometimes like, it's like, everyone's exposed to it when you start having sex. Sometimes war will show up on some people. Sometimes it won't on others, even though they were exposed to the same thing.So I have very sensitive skin and that's why I think maybe they showed up on me. I don't know. That's not a medical thing I was ever told anywhere, but it's the only sense, you know, that I can make out of it. So explain to us what wart are, where on the body that you can [00:27:00] appear and what causes them.Ms. Simmons: The virus is HPV and it's past skin to skin. Most people who are sexually active. Have had it at some point in their life. And we, we all know that if I have sex with you, I'm having sex with you and everybody else you have had sex with. So I'm getting all of that. So females. We've always gotten pap smears, and that's what they do in a pap smear.You know, they, they check the skin in a cervical area and they run tests for HPV. They remove any lesions that it can cause males and especially male males who have re have receptive anal sex. Same thing applies. The HPV virus is a [00:28:00] certain strains can cause anal cancer. So that's, that's your worst case scenario?Anal cancer anal gen gen warts. That is from that same virus. So the virus is causing these diseases. The wart. The cancer or whatever. That's, that's how a lot of people have HPV. They have it. And over time it just clears on its own because it's a virus is not like a pill or anything you can take for that.The only thing you can do is get a vaccine. And the vaccine actually works the best when you get it. When you are very young, like in your teens be, well, my needs to start nine and 10 before you become sexually active. And we all know the promise of a vaccine is first of [00:29:00] all, the prevent you from getting the disease.But if you get the disease to mitigate the impact of the disease, so.De'Vannon: Right. So like when I had an awards, like she's saying they can't treat it, they just like numbed my ass area andMs. Simmons: they burn them. Yeah. They burn 'em off just like they do with females. When, when we have lesions or even abnormal cells. You know, cuz miss, who couldn't tell you, he had an anoscopy where they look with a lighted scope to get a really good look at the skin there to see if there are any lesions to remove or if there's anything going on with the skin that they, they need to treat or do do something with.SoDe'Vannon: Right. And so Ms. Simmons had referred me to what general surgery for what she just said was an anoscopy. So [00:30:00] what this means is since I had anal wards, before they can come back, So you have to keep a watch on the area to be sure of what she's saying is that abnormal cells. So what I got was like an anal P, which is something that I think guys and girls can get.If you like to get poked in the booty, but you male, female, or whatever, you know, then you, you need to get an anal P and they take it like a cotton swab and roll it around. And then they send that off to some lab, some damn wear to, to see if they find any abnormal cells. If they don't find abnormal cells.Keep on fucking, if they do well, then they, then they gotta take a deeper look. In which case I went under anesthesia and then they went in there and they actually found precancer. It cells the first time, which they cut out and removed. And so now I have to go each year to get what I'm coining my anal Rejuven nation procedure every year.So they gotta put me under, put me under anesthesia every year and go in there and be sure that I don't have any cancer or shit [00:31:00] going on.Ms. Simmons: Right.De'Vannon: So another thing that I think that is not spoken a lot about. So you mentioned vaccines that she she's talking about the HPV vaccine, which I just got like last year, I had never heard of it.It takes almost a year to get the vaccine, cuz it's done in three series. So ask your doctors about all these vaccines and different ways to help fight these diseases that we're talking about. There was one vaccine I got from you called meningoccal.Ms. Simmons: Mm-hmmDe'Vannon: What is that for?Ms. Simmons: so that's to prevent meningitis. It is recommended for any indivi. There, there are several vaccines. The meningococcal, there's a new formulation. I think some people who may have been in the military may have received it. You see that meningococcal B advertisement [00:32:00] on TV, and that's usually people that are in close quarters, like people in dorms, people, soldiers, and barracks.You know, anybody homeless people, people living in shelters, those, those people at high risk to develop that the CDC has determined that anyone living with HIV needs to be vaccinated against this. Disease, because in a person with HIV, even if it's well controlled, it could have serious repercussions.So meningitis is an infection of the meninges. So that's in your brain and spinal cord. So just to know the have in that, so know that having that, that's not a good thing to have. You can die from. And so that is important to get those, that vaccine. They've also [00:33:00] recommended that anyone living with HIV get the shingles vaccine.It, it initially was 50 plus, but now is for. Anybody with HIV and everybody else, that's 50 plus. And probably some other people that have any other diseases that may suppress their immune system or compromise their immune system. The Gardasil or the HPV, those individuals, 45 and less, you know, after that, I guess they figure it's not going to do much at this point.Anyway, it used to be. Less than 26, I think. And they increased it to 45. You can get it up to 45. That's a three shot series. Also, your preor if you've been living with HIV for. Any, any length of time you should have received a Previnar 13. [00:34:00] There are some new Preiss I think it's 20 and there's one 15 that we would give to, like, if I got any new HIV people, we don't use the 13 anymore.We use one of the, the 20, the, the Pneumovax 23. Is the regular pneumonia vaccine that we also give all of our individuals living with HIV. So you get two pneumonia vaccines, the PRAR initially, and then eight weeks later we give that also T D P tetanus, diptheria, and pertussis. And you get that. Everybody knows about tetanus shot and diptheria, but, and pertussis that's the whooping cough. So the CDC has determined that anybody. [00:35:00] With HIV. We, first of all, we don't want you getting none of this, but if you get it, we wanna make sure that it's medicated. You don't get sick too sick from it and you don't die from it.So that's the promise of vaccines and. You know, I guess my patients get sick of me. I, I feel like I'm a vaccine queen because I'm always pushing these vaccines. And I know a lot of people have a lot of reservations about vaccines in general, but. I really try over time to convince them I don't can't force anybody to do anything, but I try to make a case as to why you want to, to have them.And you need to stay up on your vaccines. The only way you can stay up on vaccines is to be on the, the guidance of doctor, PA and P whoever. Wanna [00:36:00] be under, but they need to if you go on a regular basis, you will get everything you need or will at least be offered. If you want any more information about any vaccines, any of the STS, the, any of those things, you can go to the C site and you can.Put it in, cause Mr. Huber called me about monkey pots. I had to, I had to go because right now it's kind of new on this scene. It's it is spreading in this country, but it's not it's a concern, but it's not. You know, like COVID or whatever, it, it's not getting that attention, but you keep yourself up to date going to a site that has good knowledge and something.That's understandable for anybody to read and understand.De'Vannon: Okay, then one of the last two questions that I have, do you think any of these [00:37:00]diseases we've talked about today are more common in the straight world or in the Q I a world? Or do you see it across the board?Ms. Simmons: Well, I, I will say that my, my patient population is mostly men. I have a few women and really haven't treated the women for anything because a lot of the. The females, once they get HIV, they all of a sudden they're not even sexually active anymore. So the, the disease that I see the most is syphilis. And then when I looked it up, it is probably the most common in these parts.So that cuz I think your question was what, what do I see in, in versus,De'Vannon: or.Ms. Simmons: and the, the issue. With straight people or even bisexual people or whatever. A lot [00:38:00] of those people are, you know, they don't even talk about their sexual habits or practices with their providers. And a lot of the providers don't even ask cause it's uncomfortable, you know, they just don't do it.I mean, I think about myself as a primary care provider then, and now being in infectious disease. It's just like part of the conversation for me now. But as a regular primary care provider, don't ask if they don't tell me, then, you know, that's, it just never comes up. So it's kind of hard to know. If they're actually being treated or diagnosed at the same rate, then what we call a high risk population, where we checking every five minutes for everything we're gonna definitely catch more [00:39:00] in, in my population than the, the people that's on the sixth floor or regular primary care.De'Vannon: Okay. So then what she's saying y'all is that since I'm a man who has sex with men, the, the mindset in the medical field is to check us because we have such a bad reputation and stigma attached to us. But what she's saying is to straight people could be doing worse than us, but it, then it's not really tracked as hard.So she really can't give you definit definitive answer, cuz there's not enough data on what the straight people cuz they trying to keep they shit on the down low . So.Ms. Simmons: Right. True. And it's not even a, it's not even a part of the conversation. Really. I think when I go to my doctor, they don't ask, you know, and I, I know I'm older now, so, but even when I was younger, no, you know, You know, if you, you, you, you itching, you got infection, they they'll check you for that. But HIV, I was never checked for that.I had to ask to be checked for [00:40:00] those things. So I, I, I just think that It's gone other days where the doctor is gone and he's just barking out all these orders to you. You are a big part. You are the most important part of your healthcare and you have a right to find out if you don't understand something or something.Doesn't make you understand it, but it doesn't make sense to you to question. And there are a lot of good resources out there that you can look to read up about and, you know, have a intelligent conversation with your, your healthcare provider or even, and no question is. Too simple, too silly to ask if, if it's something bothering you, you need to talk about it because that's what they paying us for. So[00:41:00]De'Vannon: vitamin. Levels checked. Ms. Simmons is the first doctor. Every time I go in there twice a year, they're checking all these, you know, cholesterol, vitamin this vitamin D and everything. And I know a lot of people, especially here in the south, just like the doctors only check for like HIV, but they missed like the whole panel.Vitamins are important too, to be sure that. These diseases are not pulling down your vitamin absorption. And and I just wanna remind people when you have ear waxes, I had, she, you mentioned E N T earlier that's ear, nose and throat. I had this bad ear ache before, and we thought it was like this whole thing.And then Ms. Simmons had enough sense to send me to the ear nose and throat doctor. And that dude reached into my ear with these tweezers and pulled out like a two inch. Back log jam of ear wax. Cuz I had did, like I learned in the south to clean my ears with Q-tips and what you really need is a peroxide solution.And so I just wanted to mention that and throw that out there because somebody who's really close to [00:42:00] me who's like in their mid twenties was still cleaning their ears with two with QIPs so just let you know that. Let throw the QIPsMs. Simmons: because typically you just pushing it further back in, you know, if, if you have some ear. Some wax in the, in the external canal, you know, as long as you not. Sticking it all the way in, but most of the time you can't really see what you're doing. You actually pushing it in. So you can DeRock is over the counter.You, you put it the solution and give you the little ear syringe and you do it in of course there are some people who have just really tiny canals and they, you know, they accumulate a lot of wax. You may need to go to someone to get it cleaned. It's a whole new world.De'Vannon: whole new world. And tho those are all the questions I have for you. I thank you so much for your time today. [00:43:00] And and so any last words you have, you can say anything to the world. You wanna say, I'll let you have the last word.Ms. Simmons: Oh, thank you so much for inviting me. I really, really, really love all of my patients. I've been doing this for about 11 years, so everybody's like an extended family. Some of the, I know you asked me about some of the, some sad things. Of course, as some of my patients have aged I've, I've lost some of them and that is.Hard to deal with, but the good thing is, is that with HIV your life expectancy is about the same as your non HIV counterpart, but because you do have HIV, your surveillance has to be. Much more than your non [00:44:00] HIV counterpart because you are at high risk for most of the things that kill everybody else, cancers. and not just the anal cancers I'm talking about, you know lung cancer uh, some of the skin cancers, just a lot of, of things that. Would kill your mom and your grandpa and everybody else, but in you with this virus, even though it's suppressing your blood is still in you, you really need to be checked.And that's the importance of finding a provider that you're comfortable with, that you can go to, you can call 'em. If you have a question about something and they listen to you and take care of it. So that's really all I have to say. And thank you.De'Vannon: Oh, thank you. And just amen and amen.Thank you all so much for [00:45:00] taking time to listen to the sex drugs in Jesus podcast. It really means everything to me. Look, if you love the show, you can find more information and resources at SexDrugsAndJesus.com or wherever you listen to your podcast. Feel free to reach out to me directly at DeVannon@SexDrugsAndJesus.com and on Twitter and Facebook as well.My name is De'Vannon and it's been wonderful being your host today and just remember that everything is gonna be right. 

The Rex Johnson Podcast
EP. 6 | Pastor Russ Cripps

The Rex Johnson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 45:13


Welcome to The Rex Johnson Podcast, a podcast intended to motivate, teach and develop biblical leaders from all walks of life. Catch up with Pastor Rex right here for a new topic every month. 

Haunted Hollers
S1 E12 - The Chain Strangler

Haunted Hollers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 22:34


In episode 12 we bring you the story of Carl Pruitt, also known as The Chain Strangler, who murdered his cheating wife in Pulaski County Kentucky in the 1930s and then continued to enact revenge on others from beyond the grave. Works Cited “Carl Pruitt, the Killer Ghost.” Completely Kentucky Wiki, https://completely-kentucky.fandom.com/wiki/Carl_Pruitt,_the_Killer_Ghost. Cripps, Billy. “A Kentucky Ghost Story: Carl Pruitt the Chain Strangler.” 1428 Elm, FanSided, 16 Oct. 2016, https://1428elm.com/2016/10/16/kentucky-ghost-story-carl-pruitt-chain-strangler/. Harris, Christopher. “Pulaski County Treated to Its Share of Halloween-Ready Ghost Stories.” Commonwealth Journal, 31 Oct. 2018, https://www.somerset-kentucky.com/news/local_news/pulaski-county-treated-to-its-share-of-halloween-ready-ghost-stories/article_2fcc80bf-8e2d-52c5-bd2e-129773cd0fc9.html. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Talk Nerdy with Cara Santa Maria
Climate Justice w/ Elizabeth Cripps

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 73:21 Very Popular


In this episode of Talk Nerdy, Cara is joined by moral philosopher Dr. Elizabeth Cripps to talk about her new book, "What Climate Justice Means and Why We Should Care." They discuss the inextricable link between racism, social justice, and climate policy in addition to the importance of accountability and action.