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Buffy the Gilmore Slayer
His Dark Secret

Buffy the Gilmore Slayer

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 84:34


Gilmore Girls S5 E10 "But Not as Cute as Pushkin"/Buffy S5 E10 "Into the Woods"Lorelai uncovers the secret of Luke's dark day, while Buffy uncovers Riley's whole dark situation. Rory guides a prospective Yale recruit around campus, while the Army does its recruiting by hiding in dark apartments. Logan, Colin, and Xander firmly proclaim their love, while Riley and Marty firmly declare they're tired of being sidelined. Luke and Xander aggressively confront women in alleyways. Luke and Riley have poignant moments with a boat and a helicopter respectively. Plus we've got thoughts about iced cappuccino that we probably shouldn't get into.Want more content? Sing up for our Patreon! Now through the end of June 2022, get 15% off (2 months free) when you sign up for an annual membership! We've got 3 different tiers of bonus content, including early access to extended episode previews, monthly outtakes, monthly watch parties, and of course, our weekly Angel video reviews! patreon.com/bryanandstaceyThis episode is sponsored by Davy Piper. Use promo code "gilmoreslayer" to save 20% on your purchase.Be sure to take advantage of our wine partnership with Winc! 4 bottles of wine, custom-selected for your palate, for just $29.95 plus free shipping! Order now by clicking here to take their short quiz and get started! And be sure to use promo code "gilmoreslayer" at checkout.If available, any current/better deals may be applied by using our link above.Disclaimer: We are Winc affiliates. If you make a purchase, we may receive a commission, at no extra cost to you, that will go towards growing our podcast and producing more content.Introduction - 0:00Gilmore Girls S5 E10: But Not as Cute as Pushkin - 4:05Meanwhile on Charmed - 47:36Buffy S5 E10: Into the Woods - 51:30The Winner - 1:21:32Don't forget to follow us on social media for more Buffy/Gilmore content as well as other comedy content.YouTube:Bryan & StaceyInstagram:@gilmoreslayer@bryanandstacey@BMofunny@staceykulowTikTok:@gilmoreslayer@bryan.and.staceyTwitter:@gilmoreslayer@bryanandstacey@BMofunny@staceykulowFacebook:Bryan & StaceyBuffy the Gilmore SlayerCheck out bryanandstacey.com to find out what else we've been up to, or email us at: bryanandstaceyreviews@gmail.comTheme song written and performed by Louie Aronowitz @louiearonowitzSupport the show

The StoryTinker
Purple Hyacinth 119: Savvy Spy (with Bundin and Fwoot)

The StoryTinker

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 72:08


Turns out we fans aren't the only ones suspecting Dakan and Tristan (ok, we cleared him) of Phantom Scythe involvement. Lisbeth, Stephan, Mr. Goatee, and Albert Einstein also do. Aaaaand in an ironic twist, Stephan is royal spymaster. We discuss some theories concerning Raphael and Stephan. There are more than enough spies to go around. Wouldn't you know, Neyra was in a secret passageway, spying on the the meeting through a hole in King Edward's eye? Cute little Arthur finds her and we do some more theorizing. Neyra relates all this to Dakan and Tristan, after which Dakan shows Tristan some croissants Lauren supposedly baked. Mindy is suspicious but the others think Lauren has a secret hobby. Lauren, meanwhile, has gone to the circus, and is remembering the fortune she was told. We do even more theorizing (what would PH be without theorizing?) and then enjoy the sight of Kieran blowing bubbles and making sexual jokes. Lauren then does NOT enjoy the prospect of dressing up! ***

School For The Dogs Podcast
An academic study of corgi butts on the Internet (and other animal content online): Univ. of Alabama's Jessica Maddox on Ukrainian kittens, cloned influencers, and the neoliberal "economy of cute"

School For The Dogs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 53:17


Jessica Maddox, an assistant professor of digital media at the University of Alabama, is the author of the forthcoming book The Internet Is For Cats: How Animal Images Shape Our Digital Lives. Her research has largely involved looking at how people share and consume photos of animals on the Internet. She and Annie discuss a variety of topics relating to social media pets. Maddox offers an academic take on why people create Instagram accounts for their pets, are drawn to stories about Ukrainian rescue cats, and more. What does Youtube have to say about the practice of tying puppies to train tracks so that someone can post a video of their rescue? Why do some brands prefer to work with pet influencers over human ones? Are we living in a new era of anthropomorphizing our pets in a non-private arena, or is this just a new iteration of an age-old practice? And: Is it possible to breed an NFT cat? Maddox addresses these questions, and more. The secret life of pet Instagram accounts: Joy, resistance, and commodification in the Internet's cute economy https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1461444820956345?journalCode=nmsa More about Jessica Maddox https://cis.ua.edu/cis-theme-staff/dr-jessica-maddox/ The Internet Is For Cats: How Animal Images Shape Our Digital Lives https://www.rutgersuniversitypress.org/the-internet-is-for-cats/9781978827912 Why the Internet Is Obsessed With the Cats and Dogs of Ukraine https://slate.com/technology/2022/03/ukraine-war-dogs-cats-pets.html Crypto Kitties https://www.cryptokitties.co/ Instagram accounts mentioned: @lolabarksdale @wander_with_willow @thecalfvet @drhunterfinn Follow School For The Dogs on Instagram: @schoolforthedogs Follow Annie on Instagram: @annie.grossman --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dogs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dogs/support

TrialOfHeroes
Laser Knees 142 – Cute Puppy and Card Snobbery

TrialOfHeroes

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022


|Right-click “Save As” to download|Episode Length 1:06:26| Episode 09 – The Lion StampedeEpisode Writer: Komura JunkoEpisode Director: Katou Hiroyuki Episode 10 – A Duel with Trump CardsEpisode Writer: Shimoyama KentoEpisode Director: Katou Hiroyuki

My Animated Story
I Ordered Online, but in the Package

My Animated Story

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 11:12


Deep Fat Fried
Ducks: Cute, Cuddly...and Horrifying

Deep Fat Fried

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 36:47


Ducks are cute, cuddly, and sweet, right? Well, they are, but they're also dark and weird.

My Gay Expose Podcast
104. My Cute Little Cozy San Francisco Gay Bubble.

My Gay Expose Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 53:34


Raoni tries to find out if the success of this show is because of the overly gay sexualized subject matter, or if it's actually because he lives in an overly gay cute little cozy San Francisco gay bubble, and because of this dynamic, maybe you the listeners don't fully understand why some of these pod topics are so normal to Raoni. The “Your Gay Exposé” segment question goes out to only gay San Francisco friends this week, and they are asked “What is something in your gay life that you consider normal behavior, but to those outside of SF might find extreme?” And Raoni lists off many things he does regularly that he assumes others from around the world might not understand. Follow on Instagram, TikTok, & Twitter @exposingmygay, and don't forget to call the official My Gay Exposé Podcast Hotline @ 415-501-0401 and leave a message for Raoni sharing “Your Gay Exposé.” And lastly, don't forget about the My Gay Exposé Podcast website @ www.mygayexposepodcast.com! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mygayexpose/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mygayexpose/support

Jesse & Juelz Catch Up Podcast

Allan and Carly have jetted up to Port Hedland for their Speed Mating event happening tonight.. listen to the show tomorrow to see how it went! Lego Masters Henry and Joss took home a casual $100,050 last night after being crowned the worthy winners of the season. Allan went above and beyond and organised a cute surprise for Carly, safe to say she never wants to leave Port Hedland!! Danielle Jackson called in from the States to share some of her friendship tips and tricks.  How did you chip your tooth? Loz who helps the team, chipped her tooth by biting her nail...  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kinda Cute
Kinda Cute - Ep. 128-Benzo, Hudgens, and Dawson Make a Margarita, The Charm (?) of Spencer Pratt and NASA Nudes

Kinda Cute

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 47:46


Kinda Cute is a podcast about The Cut by New York Magazine and niche pop culture/internet culture.  On this week's ep: *Mercury in retrograde is kicking my butt *Anna Wintour hates tomatoes and vegetables *Elizabeth Olsen's lie detector test *NASA nudes *The undeniable charm of Spencer Bratt  *Ashley Benson, Vanessa Hudgens and Rosario Dawson have a new marg Articles we discussed: https://www.thecut.com/2022/05/nasa-nudes-in-space.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/05/vanessa-hudgens-ashley-benson-rosario-dawson-margaritas.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/05/doja-cat-dolly-parton-taco-bell-musical.html   https://www.insider.com/dolly-parton-thinks-taco-bell-should-bring-back-mexican-pizza-2022-1   https://www.thecut.com/2022/05/why-isnt-anyone-sliding-into-my-dms.html   Legit: Maison Louis Maris No.04 Bois de Balincourt Perfume Oil: https://bit.ly/3FPECXD   https://neoncowboys.com/products/glow-mask I have an affiliate code Use code BAILEYFORE at checkout for 10% for a Neon Cowboys Code  YewYew Code: Cute pipes at yewyewshop.com/baileyevin Use code BAILEYEVIN for %15 off!  Logo by @dame.studio Music by Jordan Cooper: http://www.jordancoopermusic.com/  Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! or at https://ratethispodcast.com/kindacute Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@baileyevin YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AdncAo8wXIAR-WZq6Vbnw?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/baileyevin/ https://www.instagram.com/kindacutepodcast https://www.instagram.com/gurgipom xx, bailey evin The information discussed on this podcast does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice.  

yeah, maybe
yeah, maybe whales think we're cute ☺︎ 034

yeah, maybe

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 61:29


This number one podcast is actually unhinged. We have no idea what to talk about anymore so please enjoy us trying to find our way through this podcast Instagram @yeahmaybepodcast

Spanked & Directed by ASMR Daddy
Daddy's Dirty & Cute Names for Submissive Sluts

Spanked & Directed by ASMR Daddy

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 8:22


So here is another fun little audio experiment and all of you are my Good Girl Guinea Pigs. I often hear from people that "I never knew I liked being called XXXXX until I heard you say it." Titles and names utilised within kink can have such an immediate impact on lust, but how do you even know what your favourite name is if you've never heard it before? So in the spirit of discovery, here is an audio where I pick out a honourific for each letter of the alphabet and then verbally play with it for your listening experimentation. Some degrading, some cute, all delicious. Thanks to everyone on Discord who made suggestions and please let me know your feedback in the comments. Which ones really hit the mark for you? Which ones might you want to explore some more? Any surprises in there? I obviously couldn't get everything in here, so maybe we will need a Volume 2 soon? Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/asmr-daddy/message

American Conservative University
$350 Million in Secret Payments to Fauci and Others at NIH, Peter Schiff's Last WARNING and Funny Fake Sting on Biden.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 33:52


$350 Million in Secret Payments to Fauci and Others at NIH, Peter Schiff's Last WARNING and Funny Fake Sting on Biden.   "The Crash Will Be WORSE Than 2008". Peter Schiff's Last WARNING. Watchdog Uncovers $350 Million in Secret Payments to Fauci, Collins, Others at NIH Funny Fake Sting operation on Biden with a 13 year old girl as bait.   "The Crash Will Be WORSE Than 2008". Peter Schiff's Last WARNING. https://youtu.be/N0txzRZFyWM 818,715 views Apr 5, 2022 FREENVESTING Peter Schiff was warning about the 2008 financial crisis before it happened. “The crisis that's coming is going to be far worse than anything that was experienced in 2008,” says the economist. Peter D. Schiff is an economist, stock broker, financial specialist, host of the Peter Schiff Show Podcast, and author. He is the CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Inc. Mr. Schiff has also written a number of books on investing over the years. He educates people all over the world about free market economics and the principles and benefits of individual liberty, limited government and sound money.

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 2 | Thought It Was Cute @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 38:10


Girl confused at the pump goes viral. We get into things our parents thought were cute but society had a different view, NHL playoffs are underway, and Elex Michaelson joins us for some rough housing.

Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast
The "Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle" Podcast Series / So Many Cute, Colorful & Unique Animals Here in Costa Rica! / Episode #1,371 / May 13th, 2022

Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 8:40


Welcome to our Podcast #1,371! We appreciate your listening and hope you find the time to go through the 100's of episodes that we have recorded already. They're short, so listen to a few every day! I promise you will learn all you need to know about one of the happiest countries on the planet! Here's some links that will get you started in learning more about Costa Rica! Check out our NEW COSTA RICA LOVE STORIES! There's ONE THING BETTER than falling in love. . falling in love in COSTA RICA! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/lovestories.html So many GOOD-NEWS stories coming out of Costa Rica. We'd love to share them with all of you! Way over 100 stories ready right now. Learn all about one if the Happiest Countries on the Planet. . Costa Rica! Here's a link: https://vocal.media/authors/skip-licht Become a "COSTA RICA PURA VIDA" Brand Ambassador & Share the LIFESTYLE with EVERYONE! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/brandambassador.html Here's a link to the US Embassy here in Costa Rica: https://cr.usembassy.gov/ For more information on acquiring your legal status here in Costa Rica, visit our website at: https://www.costaricaimmigrationandmovingexperts.com Apostilling Your Documents is a Very Integral Part of the Residency Process. Click through on this link for more information: https://www.apostillewilliamedwardlicht.com Our email address is costaricagoodnews@gmail.com We'd love to hear from you! Our short stories / blog postings are located at our Costa Rica Good News Report website. Lots of stories about the life here in paradise! We think you'll really enjoy these: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/support

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3324 - Cute as A Button $13,000 EV; Mercedes Issues “Stop Driving!” Warning; Renault To Spin Off EV Ops

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 11:28


- Renault To Spin Off EV Ops - Nissan Undecided on EV Split - India Dreams and Drags Its Feet - VW Commits €3.4 Billion To Dividends - GM Mexican Workers Get Big Raise - Cute as A Button $13,000 EV - Lexus UX Updates - Toyota Venza Upgrades - Audi Offers New Package for S6 and S7 - Mercedes Issues “Stop Driving!” Warning - CFD Models Turbulence Around Wheels - Magna Integrates Camera into Mirror

Autoline Daily
AD #3324 - Cute as A Button $13,000 EV; Mercedes Issues “Stop Driving!” Warning; Renault To Spin Off EV Ops

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 11:28


- Renault To Spin Off EV Ops- Nissan Undecided on EV Split- India Dreams and Drags Its Feet- VW Commits €3.4 Billion To Dividends- GM Mexican Workers Get Big Raise- Cute as A Button $13,000 EV- Lexus UX Updates- Toyota Venza Upgrades- Audi Offers New Package for S6 and S7- Mercedes Issues “Stop Driving!” Warning- CFD Models Turbulence Around Wheels- Magna Integrates Camera into Mirror

Sana G's Crush On You
Tommy Has Had A Crush On Jennifer Since Middle School & He's Finally Ready To Ask Her Out

Sana G's Crush On You

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 5:47


Please SUBSCRIBE & Leave a REVIEW! If you enjoy this podcast, checkout other content from the Sana G Morning Show: Crush On You: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/960-Sana-Gs-Crush-On-You-28823199/ Sanacast Podcast: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/139-Sana-G-Morning-Show-25095719/episodes/ Sana G Morning Show ON DEMAND Podcast: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/139-Sana-G-Morning-Show-25095719/episodes/ Blog: http://kmel.iheart.com/featured/the-sana-g-morning-show/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/KMELtv?sub_confirmation=1

Burning Tarot
The Little Cute Flowers of May: manifesting in season

Burning Tarot

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022


A noblewoman has bent the will of this wild creature to her will. Enjoy manifestation. Notice where our material values require us to become subservient. What kind of resources have we marshaled to get us here? Do we want to let the falcon go? Get yourself a reading at tiffanyleebrown.com/shoppe . Yay!

Better Than Human
Narwhals: The Non-Mythical Unicorn of the Arctic Oceans

Better Than Human

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 58:47


Humanity might be the worst thing in the known universe, so why not take a break from that and learn about the non-mythical Unicorn of the Ocean, aka Narwhals. The first thing that comes up when you Google search Narwhals is “Do Narwhals still exist?” proving Amber isn't the only one that thought they were a made up animal, and that there is a lot of confusion when it comes to this whale.Narwhals are not technically endangered. However, narwhals are especially threatened by climate change. Like most arctic predators they need sea ice to survive, and as we all know, sea ice is quickly disappearing. Narwhals do not survive in captivity, and any attempt to introduce them into aquariums has ended disastrously.Narwhals' are best known for their tusks, which are actually an elongated tooth. Humans used to trade these teeth as magical unicorn horns, which was believed to neutralize poison. (For more info on this, listen to our Unicorn episode). Why do male narwhals and a few female narwhals grow these tusks?  That's still up for debate. Not a lot is known about Narwhal behavior, because they're surprisingly good at staying hidden and the location they live in is dark most of the year, cold, and covered in ice.Listen now to learn about the only Unicorn that will probably ever exist on this planet.In the NewsPod of beluga whales adopts a lone narwhal male, and scientists are interested to see if a Narluga (beluga-narwhal hybrid) will be born within this pod. This something we've never seen in the wild, but we know can happen.Husband sues CA hospital for their culture of racism, which lead to the death of his wife during labor. Black women are 5 times more likely to die from pregnancy-related cardiomyopathy, blood pressure disorders than white women.Flying space jellyfish seen over Georgia skies, which actually turns out to be physics and perfect timing. If you were lucky you might have seen this exhaust leaving the Falcon 9's rocket engine nozzle creating an amazing pattern in the sky. 

Training Arc Podcast
"Ya Boy Kongming", the people love it

Training Arc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 42:27


General of the Three Kingdoms, Kongming, had struggled his whole life, facing countless battles that made him into the accomplished strategist he was. So on his deathbed, he wished only to be reborn into a peaceful world... and was sent straight to modern-day party-central, Tokyo. - skr8 outta studio "P.A. Works."  [eps 1-3 spoilers/review] [NSFW] [120 vibes per minute] Lego Pizza & Pink Menace's pick from the Spring 22' anime season. joined by Frandicimo & Regula Spades.yo the people love it tho, forrealio check it out on HIDIVE . ~happy travels mothafluffas Ya Boy Kongming! (Isekai/comedy/music/idol historical figure main character gets another life in modern day party central Tokyo & gotta help this singer hunni get that clout w his dynasty warriors strats.get PWND, plox m8, by STUDIO P.A. WORKS )https://www.facebook.com/gaming/TrainingArcBoyshttps://discord.gg/gnmvGhrXqashout out our artist https://www.instagram.com/spacekook/G_Vo's WoW twitch : https://www.twitch.tv/g_voShout out Chef Ziggy 's dope merch shop. he made TAP jumpoffs. holler if ya want a color that's not listed.https://imaginarynovelties.myshopify.com/ 

Jaybird and Lee
Spider-Man No Way Cute

Jaybird and Lee

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 5:38


Jaybird and Lee discuss Spider-Man No Way Home, Tom Holland and Andrew Garfield. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Whole Rabbit
Thelema Without Cute Hats

The Whole Rabbit

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 46:33


If you boiled the esoteric religion of Thelema down into its purest essence; what would remain? Red-heads riding lions? Rockets? Spooky bald guys yelling Greek? BDSM vampire techno? Sex fluids and oatmeal? The answer just might surprise you. Journey with us as we take the most direct path to the very core of what makes Thelema important today and what it really means for the world and the future. Please visit www.patreon.com/TheWholeRabbit to hear the extended version of this episode FOR FREE!In this week's episode we discuss:-Is Thelema Problematic?-Babylon She is Fallen!-The Story of Rose Edith Kelly-The Egyptian Book of The Law-”Whiter Words”-Crowley's Centers of Pestillence-The Nag Hammadi-The Babalon Working-Thunder, Perfect Mind-John Dee and Edward Kelly-The Daughter of FortitudeIn the extended show AVAILABLE FOR FREE at www.patreon.com/TheWholeRabbit we discuss:-Who is MADIMI?-The Divine Masculine and Hadit-The Divine Child, Horus-The Unicursal Sexygram-Golden Phallus of Osiris-The Illuminati Stop Malachor from Speaking-Aeon of HorusMusic By:Spirit Travel Plazahttps://open.spotify.com/artist/30dW3WB1sYofnow7y3V0YoWhere to find The Whole Rabbit:YouTube: https://youtu.be/z4DL6BFdzfMMerch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/thewholerabbit/Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0AnJZhmPzaby04afmEWOAVInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_rabbitSources:Temple of Babalon, Oliver Saint John.http://www.templeofbabalon.com/texts/terms_mdmi.aspCrowley Life Story:htps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0078XCVYU/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1Book of the Law:https://www.sacred-texts.com/oto/engccxx.htmThunder Perfect Mind:https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/religion/maps/primary/thunder.htmlDaughter of Fortitude:http://www.archidox.org/The%20Daughter%20of%20Fortitude.pdfSupport the show

Unfiltered with Sahar
Ep.50 - Emotions are scary... but cute

Unfiltered with Sahar

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 51:25


In this episodes life update I talk about the problems I've been having recently with the shit storm of emotions that are being thrown my way and how I'm trying to navigate through them to the best of my ability within an open, ethically non monogamous partnership.I talk about a newly created term "JAGH AND JAVAB" and I answer your questions ranging from what to do if a partner has body odour, my opinions on faking orgasms, knowing your partners financial status and how to swallow cum like a pro.

Kinda Cute
Kinda Cute - Ep. 127-The Wild Story of Elisabeth Finch and Harry's House is a Home

Kinda Cute

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 52:34


Kinda Cute is a podcast about The Cut by New York Magazine and niche pop culture/internet culture.  On this week's ep: *Olivia Wilde gets served at Comic Con *Harry Styles is as adorable as ever in Better Homes & Gardens *The wacky story of Elisabeth Finch, writer for Grey's Anatomy as told by Vanity Fair Articles we discussed: https://www.bhg.com/better-homes-and-garden-magazine/harry-styles/    https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2022/05/greys-anatomy-elisabeth-finch-truth-lies   https://nymag.com/strategist/article/candace-bushnell-favorite-things.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/05/blac-chyna-and-the-kardashians-are-facing-off-in-court.html Legit: Kiss My Lash But Better Lashes: https://bit.ly/379RET4   https://neoncowboys.com/products/glow-mask I have an affiliate code Use code BAILEYFORE at checkout for 10% for a Neon Cowboys Code  YewYew Code: Cute pipes at yewyewshop.com/baileyevin Use code BAILEYEVIN for %15 off!   Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! or at https://ratethispodcast.com/kindacute Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@baileyevin YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AdncAo8wXIAR-WZq6Vbnw?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/baileyevin/ https://www.instagram.com/kindacutepodcast https://www.instagram.com/gurgipom xx, bailey evin The information discussed on this podcast does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice.

OceanFM Ireland
Donegal GAA podcast 05/05/2022 - Cute Cavan

OceanFM Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 36:24


It's a double-act on the Donegal GAA podcast this week as Paddy McGill & Conor Breslin co-host our Ulster semi-final preview, in the company of Frank Craig (Donegal News) and Paul Fitzpatrick (Anglo Celt).

Smart Software with SmartLogic
Sanne Kalkman on Coding, Crafting, and Collaboration

Smart Software with SmartLogic

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 43:31


This week we are joined by Sanne Kalkman, former teacher turned software engineer. Currently, Sanne works at CodeSandbox, where she's one of two Elixir developers responsible for the backend. When she's not coding, you'll probably find her either 25 browser tabs deep into a new CS topic, learning yet another new hobby, or behind her sewing machine, all of which we dive into in today's episode! Tuning in, you'll discover which languages Sanne is proficient in and why she doesn't consider herself a polyglot; gain some insight into CodeSandbox Projects, a more collaborative rewrite of CodeSandbox from the ground up; and get a sneak peek into Sanne's upcoming keynote address at Code BEAM Europe in May 2022, which tackles how to help juniors succeed in your organization. We also touch on garbage collection in Elixir, cute avatars, the intersection of code and sewing, and much, much more, so make sure not to miss this fun and insightful conversation with coder and crafter, Sanne Kalkman! Key Points From This Episode: What it's like living in the Netherlands, Sanne's favorite TV show, and more. An introduction to Sanne, how she found herself in tech, and her role at CodeSandbox. The first language she entered the professional coding space with: Elixir, of course! How she thinks about JavaScript now that she is proficient in another language like Elixir. Learn more about CodeSandbox Projects and how it fosters live collaboration. How the CodeSandbox app is broken down into Elixir, TypeScript, and Rust. Why Sanne views CodeSandbox as a polyglot environment, but she isn't a polyglot herself. Find out why she prefers to stick with Elixir in her personal capacity. Code BEAM Europe 2022 and some highlights from Sanne's upcoming keynote address. Top tips for helping juniors succeed at your organization; model asking questions. The TLDR summary of garbage collection in Elixir from Sanne's 2020 Code BEAM Talk. Cute avatars over headshots, Sanne's crafty hobbies, side projects, and more! Some of the cool work taking place at the intersection of code and sewing. Opportunities at CodeSandbox to dive into different codebases and learn different things. Final plugs, mentions, and where to connect with Sanne! Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Sanne Kalkman on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/sannekalkman/ Sanne Kalkman on GitHub — https://github.com/sannek/sketch Sanne Kalkman on Twitter — https://twitter.com/sannekalkman CodeSandbox — https://codesandbox.io/ Our Flag Means Death — https://www.hbomax.com/series/urn:hbo:series:GYf3LzwJV98JifQEAAAAO Walibi Amusement Park — https://www.walibi.com/ Code BEAM Europe 2022 — https://codesync.global/conferences/code-beam-sto-2022/ Sanne Kalkman: 'Who Takes Out Your Trash' (Code BEAM V 2020) — https://youtu.be/OSdaXNQ0xhQ Covatar — https://covatar.com/ FreeSewing — https://freesewing.org/ SmartLogic — https://smartlogic.io/ SmartLogic Jobs — https://smartlogic.io/jobs Special Guest: Sanne Kalkman.

Makers of Minnesota
Delicacies Jewelry (Season 4 Episode 17)

Makers of Minnesota

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 23:31


Nicolle Nelson, founder of Delicacies Jewelry, wanted to continue to spread the message of female positivity and encouragement through her love of food and she did it by creating Delicacies Jewelry. If you're stumped about what to give the food-lover in your life, I recommend Delicacies jewelry.Whether you are the Tomato lady like me or obsessed with your favorite dumpling or noodle their line of jewelry has something for everyone. Cute jewelry also can create a giving opportunity! Delicacies donates 10% of every sale toward combating hunger through its partnerships with the Minnesota-based nonprofit Loaves & Fishes and the Yucatán, Mexico-based El Renacer del Mayab AC.   Follow Delicacies Jewelry on Instagram!Support the show

Better Than Human
Red Pandas: The One, True Panda and a Plant-Eating Carnivore

Better Than Human

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 62:35


The red panda (Ailurus fulgens) is a cat-sized mammal native to the Himalayas and China. Despite being protected in all countries it has ranges in, the red pandas' populations continue to decline. Red pandas are the original pandas; they were 'discovered' by Europeans first and their discovery gave rise to the name panda, and giant pandas were later named after them. However, we now know that red pandas and giant pandas are not related. So which species is the "true" panda? Depends on who you ask. But, since the word Panda actually means bamboo eater, are they not both true pandas? There are two subspecies of Red Pandas: the Chinese red panda and the Himalayan red panda.  There are fewer than 10,000 Red Pandas left in the wild, and with its populations scattered in small pockets it could easily be wiped out. Red pandas are mostly-vegetarian carnivores, which seems counterintuitive. However, the carnivore classification doesn't necessarily coincide with an animal's dietary preference. So while a majority of their red panda diet is bamboo, which they luckily digest slightly better than the Giant Panda, they are still classified as carnivores because of their evolutionary history.  The red panda diet isn't the only trait they share with giant pandas. Both animals also independently evolved a pseudo-thumb, which they both use to help them eat bamboo. Red Pandas evolved these false thumbs before they started eating bamboo, though, and this false thumb might be why Red Pandas started eating bamboo in the first place. Listen now to find out more about the red panda and why it was once described as 'the most beautiful animal.' In The Good The Bad The NewsPixar's newest movie 'Turning Red' is considered a controversial movie by some, all for stupid reason. Yes, there was 13 year old girl cringe, but that's not what the controversy is about. Cat One-eyed Joe (Dexter) has returned home after a 5 year journey that included a luxury stay at a prison and being spoiled on an oil rig. Also, dog breed has little effect on dog behavior. 

Content Components
48. Futurism Pt. 3 - VR is Cute, but AR is Where It's At with Noz Urbina

Content Components

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 13:15


Self Love Babe
#222 Frazzled Hot Mess But Let's Make It Cute

Self Love Babe

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 52:22


Welcome back, self lovers. After a long hiatus, Genevieve has gathered herself from the pits of hell and emerged stronger, confident and getting her shit together. As she embarks on a new journey with lots of new things happening in her life, come with her on her journey and hear the lessons that she's been learning. Affirmation of the week: I embrace challenges that make me feel better. I am a rider, not a rock. I allow myself to grow and transform. All of the things I go through, the good and the bad, are lessons aligned with my greater purpose.

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry
Celeste Headlee on "You're Cute When You're Mad"

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 33:35


Our guest this week is Celeste Headlee. Celeste is award-winning journalist, professional speaker and best-selling author. In her 20-year career in public radio, Celeste has anchored programs including Tell Me More, Talk of the Nation, All Things Considered, and Weekend Edition. She is the author of a new piece available on Scribd called “You're Cute When You're Mad.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alyssa-milano-sorry-not-sorry/message

Hello From The Magic Tavern
Season 4, Ep 25 - Cute Little Bear (w/ Kevin Porter)

Hello From The Magic Tavern

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 50:53


An adorable little bear with an apron catches everyone's attention. Meet Philby!CreditsArnie: Arnie NiekampChunt: Adal RifaiUsidore: Matt YoungPhilby: Kevin PorterMysterious Man: Tim SniffenProducers: Arnie Niekamp, Matt Young, and Adal RifaiPost-Production Coordination: Garrett SchultzEditor: Tim JoyceMagic Tavern Logo: Allard LabanTheme Music: Andy PolandYou can support the show directly and receive bonus episodes and rewards by joining our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/magictavern for only $5 per month. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and now Patreon!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Anime Out of Context
Episode 203 - Yuru Camp Revisited! - How a Discussion on a Cute Camping Anime Devolved into a Tale of Stingers and Squatting

Anime Out of Context

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 61:30


This week, Shaun needs a break from it all, so he packs his bags and quickly realizes what a huge mistake he has made as what was supposed to be a review of Yuru Camp up to episode 10 immediately devolves into traumatic camping stories. Meanwhile, Remington reveals how long he has been full of it. If you'd like to give us feedback, ask a question, or correct a mistake, send an email to AnimeOutOfContext@gmail.com or tweet at us @AnimeConPod.  Visit our Patreon at patreon.com/AnimeoutofContext if you would like to contribute to the show and get bonus content ranging from clips from our pre-episode banter, to our prototype Episode 0, to even getting shoutouts in the show!  Intro and Outro are a trimmed from "Remiga Impulse" by Jens Kiilstofte, licensed by MachinimaSound to Anime Out of Context under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 which has been modified by the licensor for the licensee to allow reproduction and sharing of the Adapted Material for Commercial purposes

The Girls on Games Podcast
Xbox and Bethesda Showcase, PlayStation Game Preservation - GoGCast 350

The Girls on Games Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 55:09


E3 may be officially canceled but not the hype: Microsoft confirmed the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase is happening June 12th. Plus, we chat about PlayStation's new Games Preservation team and squeal at cute crocheted Pokémons. What is Everyone Playing? (00:24:55) This Week's News (00:33:32) Xbox & Bethesda games showcase announced, June 12, 2022 @ 10amPT, 1pm ET  (00:00:00) PlayStation has set up a new Games Preservation team  (00:39:42) Bethesda Adds Free Classic Elder Scrolls Games To Steam  (00:43:40) Cute story of the week: A Pokemon fan is trying to crochet all of the pokemon!  (00:45:35) Outro and Wrap-up (00:50:15) Greg Salazar: https://www.youtube.com/c/GregSalazar/  -- Thanks for listening! The GoGCast comes out weekly so make sure to subscribe and you won't miss an episode. For more about us, Girls on Games, check out girlsongames.ca. Find our Merch at http://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/GirlsOnGames/ Buy us a Ko-Fi at https://ko-fi.com/girlsongames

Obscure Chatter
Episode 28 — Cute, but Cacophonic

Obscure Chatter

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 44:32


It's April and that means another episode of Obscure Chatter! Terri catches up the listener by talking about her birthday, new job, and oh-so-much more! If you would like to be a part of a future episode, please... Read More

Courtney & Company
Being "Cute" Or Being "Hot"

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 6:06


Is there a difference between being CUTE or being HOT?

Curious Minds for the Healthy Pet

Did you ever want to squeeze something until it pops! Well my friend there is a name for that and it is Cute Aggression. Take a listen and hear the different studies that have been done and more to come on this topic!

Deep Cuts
The Cute Copaganda of Sam & Max | Case File #110

Deep Cuts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 116:26


It was an indie comic that became a seminal 90s point & click adventure game. Its the little franchise that could and still endures to this day. In the late 1980s, Steve Purcell created Sam & Max - a zany, madcap comic about a buddy cop duo of a talking dog and a weird bunny rabbit creature named Sam & Max. Then he got a job as an animator at the famed Lucasfilm Games studio. Eventually, he was approached to make a game based on the characters. For the next few decades, this franchise persevered solely based on Purcell's unstoppable insistence on cheerleading for these two delightful characters. And, somehow, we've gotten dozens of pieces of media about these beloved talking animals. On this episode of Deep Cuts, we explore the wonderful but insane world of Sam & Max. -- Get the Mystery Treehouse Simple Code Hybrid Album and Comic! https://bit.ly/simplecodecomic Watch the Simple Code Comic Album Video Trailer! https://bit.ly/simplecodetrailer -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/6INdubx1dAEKNwuoWzs9Oo?si=z4ljoBAYTFqRXKWVzvWEfg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Al & Jerry's Postgame Podcast
Al & Jerry's Postgame Podcast for Wednesday 04/27/22

Al & Jerry's Postgame Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 66:24


Al & Jerry Discuss: Following too many people on Twitter, Having a monkey as a pet, Cute pit bull videos and Black tie affair in NYC this Saturday -- Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Own It Girl
Ep. 120 - Good News For Buyers, Pole Dancers, and Women Looking For Cute Guys

Own It Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 41:57


We have more great news for buyers! Find out why!  We take a look at interest rates historically and have our full real estate market report. Find out the foods that are banned in other countries but we eat here and the best website to find the best deal on furniture.   Adventure Girl tells us about a great place in the Valley we can pole dance and find out where to go to see good looking men?? It's her highest rated place yet.    All of this plus much more on this week's episode of Own It Girl - That Real Estate Show for Women. We don't just help you buy or sell a home, we help you become part of the community too.    CONTACT INFORMATION   Diane Brennan  Coldwell Banker Realty Diane@ThatRealEstateShow.com cantrememberheremail@gmail.com 602.620.2277 IG: @myrealtordianebrennan @ownitgirl_podcast   Justin Volpone Loan Officer Bay Equity Home Loans jvolpone@bayeq.com  702-541-0653 IG: @justinvolpone   Adventure Girl Heather Perreault @adventuregirl2000   Purple Palace Pole Studio https://purplepalacepolestudio.com   The Stillery Chandler www.stillerychandler.com  

The Jim Colbert Show
Two Fingered CPR is NOT Cute

The Jim Colbert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 165:26


Tuesday – Officials are leaving youth sports due to abusive parents; how do you fix that? Do you tell your kids that you are sorry? Have your parents ever apologized to you? We review the latest Ali Wong comedy special “Don Wong” for WYDTN. Rauce Thoughts on high school mascots. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.

Boss Barista
Bianka Allyon and Sabreen Naimah Are Keeping it Cute [165]

Boss Barista

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 41:30


The co-founders of Cute Coffee urge you to keep it cute or put it on mute—or you're gonna get slimed. You can find a full transcript of this episode at bossbarista.substack.com

Sarc Fighter: Living with Sarcoidosis and other rare diseases
Episode 60 | Jack Boepple's cardiac sarcoidosis hit him like a linebacker. And he would know.

Sarc Fighter: Living with Sarcoidosis and other rare diseases

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 66:56


Jack Boepple is a former Boston marathon runner.  A dedicated Cyclist and a fisherman who disappears into the wilderness for a week every year with his canoe and camping supplies.  But even all of that couldn't prevent sarcoidosis from attacking his heart.  In Episode 60 of the Sarc Fighter podcast, Jack shares the story of how sarcoidosis knocked him back more than a few steps -- and how he never saw it coming -- even when he was in the hospital beating most of the tests. Jack Cardioversion image     Show Notes: Learn about the clinical trial from Novartis: https://bit.ly/3o9LXKk Remember these hashtags for April!  #WhatIsSarcoidosis #MakeItVisible  Here is a link to all the activities for April ! https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/awareness-2022 Universal Barriers Podcast:  https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/sarc-fighter-podcast/ More on Universal Barriers https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/events/universal-barriers-in-dealing-with-a-chronic-disease-a-sarcoidosis-perspective/ Ignore No More https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/ignore-no-more-foundation-for-sarcoidosis-research-launches-african-american-women-sarcoidosis-campaign/ Sarcoidosis Awareness Film: https://www.purpledocumentary.com/ Nourish by Lindsey: https://www.nourishbylindsey.com/ Dr. Jinny Tavee's book, The Last Day of Suffering: https://www.amazon.com/Last-Day-Suffering-Health-Happiness/dp/0615542751 Read about the patient trial with aTyr 1923 https://investors.atyrpharma.com/news-releases/news-release-details/atyr-pharma-announces-positive-data-phase-1b2a-clinical-trial Also -- Note that investors also believe in the promise of aTyr 1923: https://investors.atyrpharma.com/news-releases/news-release-details/atyr-pharma-announces-closing-863-million-public-offering Yale University and sarcoidosis skin treatment | Dr. William Damsky: https://news.yale.edu/2018/12/26/yale-experts-treat-severe-disfiguring-sarcoidosis-novel-therapy Stanford University Clinical trial | Dr. Mathew Baker: https://med.stanford.edu/sarcoidosis/clinical-trial.html   MORE FROM JOHN Cycling with Sarcoidosis http://carlinthecyclist.com/category/cycling-with-sarcoidosis/ Watch the Prednisone Town Hall on YouTube https://youtu.be/dNwbcBIyQhE More on aTyr Pharma: https://www.atyrpharma.com/ Do you like the official song for the Sarc Fighter podcast?  It's also an FSR fundraiser! If you would like to donate in honor of Mark Steier and the song, Zombie, Here is a link to his KISS account.  (Kick In to Stop Sarcoidosis)  100-percent of the money goes to the Foundation.  https://stopsarcoidosis.rallybound.org/MarkSteier The Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/ Donate to my KISS (Kick In to Stop Sarcoidosis) fund for FSR  https://stopsarcoidosis.rallybound.org/JohnCarlinVsSarcoidosis?fbclid=IwAR1g2ap1i1NCp6bQOYEFwOELdNEeclFmmLLcQQOQX_Awub1oe9bcEjK9P1E My story on Television https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/news-anchor-sarcoidosis/ email me  carlinagency@gmail.com Below is a web generated text version of my interview with Jack Boepple.  Please excuse any spelling errors.  Welcome back to the Sark Fighter podcast. And joining me now is Jack Boepple Lives in Chicago and he's a fellow SARC fighter. Jack, welcome to the podcast. Thank you. Glad you to have me. So you reached out to me after listening a little bit because, • • uh, you have cardiac sarcoidosis. How did you first find out that something was not right with your heart? • • • • • • Um, actually, it was the event itself. So three years ago, March, • • um, I'm sitting on a couch • • • and I could feel • • some palpitations going on. And I put my hand on my chest and it felt like my heart was just rolling. • • So I asked my wife, can you just check my pulse? So she did, that looks fine. Then she put her hand on my chest and she's like, we got to go to the emergency room now because it was just doing all these flip flops. She could tell. She could tell there was something wrong. And I'm like, uh, • • I've had palpitations before. I'm fine. I'm just going to play through • • • • um. • • And so I didn't do anything. That was a Friday. • • And I woke up the next morning and I was still off. • • So I took a baby aspirin I sent a note to my primary, uh, provider, realizing through the portal, realizing she would not see it or address it until Monday. • • And then that day, we went for a long walk. We had friends over, smoked a cigar, had some wine, sundae, went for another long walk, came home, got on the rowing machine, rode for 45 minutes, and by rowing, actually felt better. Um, but I got a phone call on • • • • Monday morning from, um, the primary nurse. And she said • • everything you just described to me, you need to be in the emergency room right now. And I said, I don't want to go to the emergency room. So she made an appointment for to see the primary. And I saw her in the afternoon and, • • • um, she took an EKG • • and she used this very technical term • to tell me what she saw. It looks funky. I'm like, what does funky mean? Uh, so she's like, I think you need to go. I want you in the Ed. I mean, right now. • • And • • • • her office was like a 20 minutes ride from • • • • the, um, hospital. And I'm like, • I want to send you an ambulance. But you're not going to go, are you? I'm like, no, • • • • • I drove to the Ed, • • they checked me in, they did another EKG, and when I got to the Ed, they fast line me. Usually you have to wait forever. I got right in. They did another EKG, they said something's funky. Then they brought in a cardiac specialist. He said the same thing. So they kept me for observation. • • • And the next day, they • • • • • • • did an EKG and they said, based upon those results, we either going to send you to stress, uh, test, or we're going to do an angio on you, uh, angiogram. And I'm like, come on, • • • • • bring on the stress test, because, • • • • um, • I work out quite a bit. • • • • • • • Um, • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • I'm losing the term, but all my blood numbers come back great. • I mean, there's nothing wrong with cholesterol. My cholesterol numbers are off the scale. Great. • • • • • • • • • • • I'm like, come on. There's nothing wrong. So then they • • • decided, um, they're working to do a stress test. They're going to do the angio. And I got someone asked me, are you ready to have stents put in your heart? Like, what are you talking about? • • And I'm like, sure, but you're not going to find anything. And so they, • • • • • um, • • • bring me in, I do the angio, and I come out of it, and they're like, yeah, you're right. There was no blockage. Nothing. I'm like, yeah, I told you that, right? But we still want to hold you. And now it's about 400 in the afternoon, and my wife's been there all day. And • • • • I say, go home. Go get some lunch, go take a shower, go feel better. • • And • • • • • in the room talking to a nurse, and next thing, there's four more nurses flying in the room, • and they're saying, we got to go to ICU. I'm like, what? We got to go to ICU now. Wait, you're feeling fine? They've done the angio. • • • • • • • • • I know, but the listeners don't know yet. • • • But you and I live, uh, in a parallel • • • • lifestyle, uh, with respect to the way we work out. You were biking 120 miles a week. You've done a half iron man. You are on, uh, your rower all the time. So you're not just, like, a kind of standard walking around fit guy. Fitness is your lifestyle. • • • Absolutely. • • • • • • • • Not only is it done for physically, but you probably can relate to this, that it's a mental release. And so when you're doing you're on your bike or you're working out, all of sudden a you're solving all the problems you're trying to work through. Yeah. So the nurses come rushing into the room, you're sitting up saying, okay, something's funky, but I'm killing it on all these tests. And they keep accelerating the level of care, • • • • • right? All these nurses are running around me, and I have one nurse just staring at me, and I'm staring at her, and she goes, hello. And I say, hello back. And she jumps backwards. • • So apparently I found out later that • • • • I think my heart rate is, like, • • • • 100 and $8200 something very high. • And apparently, when it's that high, um, you're coding. And so they're not used to anybody • • being conscious when this happens. And so • • • • they're willing me down to ICU. I'm fully conscious of what's going on. They get me in there, they hook me up, and, • • • • • • • um, • • • they're pumping me full of all these • • • drugs, um, to try to get the heart rate down, Amyotarone. They just give me an IV of it. They're just trying to do this. • • • And after about 8 hours of my heart at this elevated rate, they come in and say, • • we're going to have, uh, to shock you. I'm like, really? And • • • • • • • • • • • I'm like, in the morning now, • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • like, wow, this is real. All of a sudden, this is real. • • My wife is with me, and I'm like, I want her with me. But I'm like, that's selfish. I don't want her to see me be shocked. So I asked her, do you want to be here for this? And she's like, no. • So she leaves the room, and they give me, • • • um, a Twilight drug and said, you won't remember anything. • • Uh huh. So they hit me. I remembered, no way, • • • really. And this is to get your heart rhythm back into a normal range, right? It's a • • • reset. So they were trying to reset my heart. And it • • did. • • • • • • And, • um, they said most people, just after it happened, the nurse said, you did so well. I'm like, what does that • • • • mean? They said, you didn't swear. I'm • • • • • • • • • • • • • like, I got through that. • • • • • And, • • um, they described it like being hit by a truck. And I said, I don't know what that means, but I played football, and I feel like I just got hit by a professional linebacker, and I didn't have any pads on. I mean, it just wax the hell out of • • • • • • you. • • Uh, so the rest of the night and when you're nice to • you, you're watching your • • • monitors. • • • • • • • • • • And I said a prayer that • • • night, and I said I would never, ever talk about it to • • • anybody. • • And a few days later, we had someone visiting us, a good friend of ours, and she was on a spiritual journey long before I was. And she asked the one question where I had to tell what • happened. And she asked, how does this change your relationship with God? And I looked at her, and I'm like. I said, it didn't. I said, when I'm sitting there and I'm watching those monitors and I'm watching my heart, trying to get back to where it was, this abnormal • • • state. I said a prayer of thanks. I said, thank you for the great life I • • • had. Please watch my offer. My wife. Please watch over my • girls. I'm not the type of person to sit there and beg and plead. So I said a prayer of • • thanks, • • • mhm, because I've been thankful for all the great opportunities I've had. Sure. • • • So the thing I said I would never talk about. I talked about. • • • • • • And it's been a real journey since then. • So then the doctors are trying to figure out what caused all this. So they went down the Lyme disease • • route. • • • • They did, um, all these different things. I did a cardiac MRI. I don't know if you ever had to do one of those. That's not one of those MRIs where you can just put in the tube. I fall asleep in those things. Mri I do, too. That doesn't bother • • me. Yeah, so they put me in, but you got to hold your • • • • • breath throughout, um, the test so your chest isn't moving up and • • down. And so they can isolate what's going on the • • chest. And after that cardiac MRI, they sort, uh, of had an idea that maybe it was sarcodosis. So that was their working theory at that • • time. And they would not let me leave the hospital until I had an • • • • ICD and, um, pacemaker installed on my • chest. So from the time I entered the hospital, the time I left, it was eight • • days. Went through all these • • • tests. It wasn't • • • • • • • • • until several, um, weeks later that I actually did a Pet scan. And that was basically their • • confirmation • • • that it looks like sarcastosis. As you probably know, they never can say it is sarcodosis unless they do a • • biopsy and they can actually confirm it. Well, Pet is noninvasive, • • • so, • • • uh, they figured out it looks. • • • • • • • • • • • Like where in your heart, Jack, is it on a valve. • • • • • • • • • • • • Or the way it was described to me, it's both on the • • • inside and the external of the heart. And that's the tricky part is the external part of the • • heart. The internal part of the • • • • • • heart. • Um, you can eventually address through ablazion. But if it's also on the external part of the heart, the external ablaze procedure is much different. They have to go underneath your ribcage and • • • up and then break the sac around the heart, then try to do the blazing that way, which is a much more tricky operation. Yeah, but I went from being on no medications whatsoever to being on. I can't tell you how many • • • • • • pills. One of the reasons I reached out to you is a lot of the folks talk about how the sarcmens just beat them up. And I've been fortunate. • The methotrexate I'm • • • • on and, um, the pregnantone I'm • • on, they really didn't, um, beat me up too bad. But the cardiac meds just wailed on me. Amy odorone. One of the side effects of amioterone • • • • • • • is, • • um, sun. But if you get in the • • • • • • sun, you just start burning up rather quickly. Like I could literally, on a sunny day, walk across a sunny parking lot when my wife would pick me up from the train station and I'd be beat • red. So it turned me into a • • • • • vampire. And you're an outdoors guy, right? • • So, nine, 09:00 the morning to four, 04:00 the afternoon. I just stayed in the • • shadows, and it • • just killed me. Just. • • Absolutely. I wanted to be. • • • • • • • • • Outside. Are you retired • • • or what is your job? Were you not working? What was going on then? So I'm still working. Uh, • I work for, um, Blue Cross. Blue Shield of • • Illinois. I don't know if you've ever, um, heard of Lean or Six Sigma, but that's sort of my gig. Basically it's process improvement type of work. I go in and look at • • • • • • things. • • • • Um, yes, but in the summer months, I like to be outside. I love the • • • • • • • • fish and do all that stuff. So that was really a Downer trying to get addressed to those drugs. And there's other drugs that they keep on wanting to slow your heart down. So lisinopril is one of • • them. It just slows everything down. And I was being lethargic, and I'm like, this is not how I want to • • • • • • be. And so that sort of started the journey towards getting off. How do I get off? Uh, these cardiac meds. So they transitioned me about a year later to this drug called Soda • • • • • Law, which doesn't have any side effects. Amy, odorone, but it has different side effects, which is more • • lethargy. And I'm • like, I can't do • • • • • • • • • this. I started, um, exploring • • • Ablation and • • • • • my, • • • • • um, um, electrical cardiologist. He's done a bunch of Ablations, but the fact that it might have to be both internal and • external, he said, I want to give you • • to refer you to one of the experts in the field to do this, because if it's external, I don't have experience doing that. Tell us all what Ablazion actually • • • • is. So my understanding, I'm going to get this wrong, and you get people. Okay. I won't correct you, that's for sure. So it's basically the same approach as an angio. They come in • • • through the leg, • • and when they find a • • • • • • • • • • • spot, • • um, they believe is • • Sark, they try to poke it and figure out, is this causing the heart to go crazy or not? Yeah. And if it • does, then • • • • • they do, um, some type of cauterization or some type of way • • • to remove that tissue. The granuloma. Yes. Right. Okay. • • • • • • So I, um, talked to two different experts. • • • • One guy said, you just might have to live this way the rest of your life. And I talked to another guy like, you're too young to be living like • this. This is what we can do for you. And it • • • was considered a high risk procedure. But I'm like, I can't continue to live like • • • • this is like. You can't pass a couch without taking a nap. Right. With talking about the lethargy and all • • • that. It wasn't that, um, bad. • But for me not to be able to work • • • • • out, that was my • • • • release. I needed to be able to work out, • • • • and it • • just beat me to the point I couldn't do anything. Got it. So eventually actually did this • ablasian. And before you do the Ablasion, they stopped you on all cardiac meds because they want the SARC to be • • • active. So what does that mean? When the sarcas is active in the heart, that means you can go into V TAC. And • • so two • • days before the procedure, I'm off all cardiac meds. I'm sitting at my desk upstairs, my wife's downstairs, and my device • • • fires. And so I • scream and she comes running up and she finds me basically in a fetal • • • • • • • position, um, • • • because I wanted to be tack. And so the device did what it was supposed to do. They've called an insurance policy, and • • • it reset the heart. And • • • • • • so the guy doing the um, Ablaze like, yeah, we want your heart to be active so we can find it. And after he did the procedure, he came in and visited with me, and he • • • • • • said he was all amped up, all excited. He's like, we found five spots, and we got him. • • • • And he's like, no more um restrictions, no more cardiac men. You can start going back and doing your normal • • activities. • • And they were in there for five, 5 hours. And they said, we still see stuff on the external part of the heart. But you know what? We had you under for five, 5 hours, see what this • • • does. And here I am, a year later, I haven't had • • • • events, and I'm off cardiac meds, which is good. I'm working out again, but I always have to watch my heart rate because you don't want this little device to fire. And so you still have • • • • • the um, pacemaker. Is that essentially what it is? Pacemaker and ICD ICD, which is basically shocks your • • • • heart. So if that thing fires, that means you're • • • • • • having laypersons from heart • • • attack. Correct. And the technology in the ICD is nothing but amazing. They can set the levels as to when it goes into pacing • • • • • mode, when it, um, will fire a warning to your heart to say, Knock it off and then to the full • • • • • • • • • • • • • reset. It's just rather amazing. The other thing about the • Ablazion • is the device was pasted me, like, seventy, 70% of • • the. So instead of my heart working on its own device had to keep on helping it. And I'm like, that doesn't sound right to • • • me. And so after the um, Ablasian, I'm being paced less than one 1% of the which is just • • • • huge. My heart's • • • working by itself now, which is what I • wanted. You're still taking a very small amount of prednisone, right? Yeah. • • So when I did all this started, they had me at twenty, 20, and then they stepped it down. I'm at two, 2.5 • • now. • • • • • And • • the Maxwellsight, I'm on • • fifteen, 15 once a • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • week. I know that's • • • • low, • • • • but it's still a drug. Also, they throw in • • • the Alanronite and • • • • • the • • • um, looking for the other drug. I'm on folic acid. So the allndronate to try to help • • • alleviate bone loss. Um, I think the folic acid does something else to counter one of the side effects of the • • methotrexide. Okay. By Sark Dock, actually. Who's one of the docs has been on your • • podcast, Dr. • • • • • • Sparn. He's, uh, my Doc. • • • • • Wow. Listening to your podcast has started connecting a bunch of dots for • • me. I think one of the podcasts you talked about, what's the most important factor in dealing with Sarcodosis? I'm listening to this, and I'm trying to • guess, and I like health. And I was wrong. It was zip code. And I'm like, okay, I'm very fortunate to be where I • • am. One of the leading guys in Sark research is • • here. He's my Doc. So I got very lucky. • • • And my cardiologist, um, at Northwestern, have been nothing but outstanding. • • • • And the guy to do the Ablation, um, was out of the University of Chicago, who was considered a leading expert in doing Ablasians. • • • And I feel very fortunate. • • • • • • So I guess when I wrote you just like three years. • • • • • • Wow. I know a lot of this discussion on this is • • about the people that hits the most is the pulmonary people. • • • • • But there's a small population of cardiac people out here, too, • • that there's additional level of complexity that goes into it. And even rarer is those of us who are neurosark people. • • • • • • • • So, • • • um, it is a lot. So, uh, let's back up a little bit. Thank you for sharing the story of your • • incident, but you mentioned your wife and your daughters, and you are my age, so I'm assuming that your daughters are grown or nearly grown. So tell us about your family • • • • life. Yeah. So my wife and I, next year, will be married. Forty, 40. We were high school • • sweethearts. I was a football player. She was a • • cheerleader. Cute. You got me by a couple of years on the marriage. I think we were on thirty 38th year, but, yeah, go ahead. All right. • • • • • • • • And with, um, the Air Force Academy. So, uh, I was in the Air Force, and both daughters were born • • while we were in the Air Force. Uh, so the oldest, Christine, • is, • uh, thirty 35. The Madeline is thirty 31 • • • and is an occupational therapist. • • Uh, and she loves what she does. And she • • welcomed a son into the, uh, world a year ago. So it's our first grandchild. And my daughter Madeline is in marketing, um, living downtown Chicago, having a blast. • • • • • • • • • • So it's been a lot of fun with the girls raising them. They're, uh, both University of Iowa grads, and they had a lot of fun • there and learned a lot, and they made a lot of friends. In • • • fact, my wife's, um, husband is also she met him at the University of • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Iowa. Again, both of, um, them are very close to us. • • So we're staying here for a while. Yeah. Your daughter's husband, I • • • believe. Yeah. • • Right. Well, that's, um, • • • • • • • • • • • cool. So you've led an active life. You were a football • • • • • • • • • player. I've got to talk a little bit about the bicycling and so • • • • forth. So you, uh, were riding one 120 miles • • • a prior to this. And I consider myself pretty avid cyclists. But for me, one 100 miles a week is a week that I put a star next to in my logs. Like, this was a really good week. And you were doing that • • regularly. Yeah. That was several years ago when I was really, just really into • • • • • it. And, • • • um, my baseline is jogging. So that's where I started. And I've • done four • • • • marathons, including the Boston Marathon, which was joy to Drew. Congrats. Thank you. • • • • • • And three of the four marathons, um, I did under four, 4 hours was my goal. And • • • • so I was training for this, um, one • marathon. And I usually never signed up in advance • • because if the weather was bad in Chicago, I didn't want to be running in nasty weather. And so I went to sign up the day before, and they were like, • • • no, it's, um, all full. I'm like, But I trained for a marathon. I'm ready to go. So someone then told me about triathlons. And I swam in high school, too. So I'm like, okay, I can do the swimming part. So I got on a bike and it was one of these old swim • bikes. And I realized, all right, I got to do something better than this. And so I started upgrading the • • bikes. • • And my very first Triathlon, um, I did was a half Iron Man because I trained • • • for a marathon. I'm like, uh, I can do this stuff. And I'm like, after I did it, I'm like, oh, I can do a full Iron Man. And my wife's • • like, not happening. • • Uh, so a full Iron Man for people that don't know is you start out with • • • • a two, 2.4 miles, I • • • • • think. And then you ride your bike. One 112 miles, you run a marathon, correct. All back to back to back, correct? Yeah. So I did a half version of. • • • • • • • • • • That. So we • • • host an Ironman event here, uh, in Roanoke, Virginia, where I live, and it's a half. And I just did the bike part last • • • year. Not as part of the event, uh, but just to do it. And of course, here we live in the mountains, • • • • • so it's a very • • difficult. Fifty 50 it is. • • • Fifty, 56 miles. • • Uh, • • right. I can't imagine doing, um, all those other things on either side of it yet. Lots of. Lots of people do. Or to double it. That's. • • • • • • • • • Crazy. But it's something I really enjoyed. I just enjoyed the feeling of being outside and in • • • • • shape again. That's part, uh, of the journey. I'm trying to what's my • • new exercise normal. So last • • • • • • • • summer I was only, um, able to get forty, 40 miles a on the • • • • • • • • • • • bike. I think I even wrote this to you. I'm pedaling, I'm pedaling. I'm like, I know I'm going fast. And I look down the speedometer and I'm like, no, you're • • • • • • • • • • • not. That's part of getting older, too. I understand that. • • • • But just the energy doesn't seem to be close to what I've expected on the trajectory of getting • • • • • older. Now, the ablation that you had done, uh, when was that? That was March of last year. So you're still basically recovering from that, would you • • • • • • • • • • • • say? • • • • • • Um, • • • • • again, I don't think so. • • • • • Because it's a year out and I had no cardiac events. So should I start having cardiac events • • • • again then? Maybe I need to go back and get another • • one. And I've heard there's been people that have to go back and get repeated ablations, but I think if I go back again, they're going to play with the external part of the heart because there's still the scarring there on • that. • • • • • • • But otherwise, I, um, feel pretty good. So you're walking around feeling good, • • but your fitness level hasn't returned to the fitness level that you had pre ablaze and • precise. No, not even close, right? It might not. • • Right. I will never run seven and a half miles every other day ever again. It just won't happen. Right. So I now do • • intervals. I was told that's mhm even better for me. So I get my heart rate to a certain, um, • • point, and then I walk until it gets to a certain point. And I keep on bouncing up, back and forth. Right? Because • • • • • • • • • again, I don't want this device to. • • • • • • • • • • Fire. Um, it seems to me like you're living right on the edge. So you're doing intervals, which is where you run really hard and you watch your heart rate get jacked up. And then when it gets to a certain point, you walk until it comes back down. And then you do it • again. And, uh, then you walk until it comes back down. Then you do it again. And I've done this on the bike, and I've done it running as • • • • well. And the word, um, when you're running is, • • • • uh, Norwegian word • • • • • fartlek, which is not what it is. I think it's F-A-R-T-L-E-K. • Fartlek. It's named after the guy that developed. So, um, you're doing that. So you're really pushing the boundaries, right? Yeah, I'm trying to get back to feeling fit. So I guess to answer your early • • • question, I'm better than where I was before the Ablaze, but I'm not preparedak event. Uh, so not even • • • close. So how have you reimagined your life now since you've had to go through. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Sarcodosis? • • • • • • • Um, I think I take things more in stride now. • • • • • • Maybe it's just, um, everything I just look at, • • like, thankful for every moment I have now. Because, again, I thought this could have been it. I can't tell you how many times my wife and I have been told that if I had not been in • • • shape, no way. There's just no way I would have made it. So the fact • • • • • • • • • that I just, um, did a stress test, and the nurse looked at my record and she's like, I've never seen anyone be in V tag that long and come out of it. • Okay. • • • • • • So I feel very blessed. Um, so I try to look at that. I do a lot of volunteer • • • • work. I refocused my energies, um, and doing volunteer work again with the skill set I have, it's very specialized. • • • So I work with a group called Catch a Fire, which • • is basically a clearing house for, um, nonprofits to find volunteers. So over the last three years, I've done about over ninety 90 with • them, ranging • • • • • • • from, um, helping do Mission Vision value statements to Excel training, • • to doing data analysis to doing all these different • • things. And I've met all these different non profits across the United States. I've actually worked with some guy in Australia, worked with a couple of folks in • • • • • • Africa. It • • really seemed to be focusing more on • • that, hoping to get to retirement, um, at some point. Right. Because I think that • • • • will keep my mind • • active. Right. And when you go outside and so you ride your bicycle • • • • • • now on the trails and paths, um, around Chicago, trying to stay off the road so you don't have to fight with the cars. Right. So they converted old rail lines around here a long time ago. So there's a whole network. The one near me is called the Prairie Path. • And it's limestone paved • • • • • • and it's just a much safer • • ride. Back in my heyday, when I was really, um, going at it, I would ride on the streets, but I usually drive a half hour west of where I am to get more towards the countryside where there is less • • • • traffic. All it takes is one guy not paying attention • • and you're in a world of hurt. Yeah, no, it's • • true. I'm riding more and more offroad myself, but I still do get out on the roads. We're very fortunate • • • that you can be rural very quickly when you're outside Roanoke, Virginia, as opposed to Chicago. • • • • Right. We're a small • • • • city. Virginia's Blue Ridge is how, um, we're now marketing this. • • • • • • • • Region. And you've got a grandchild. • • • • • • • • • • Um, four years ago I had none. Now I have six. Holy cow. So, grandchildren changed the way I, uh, look at • • • • life, that's for • • sure. And, um, I'm sure that that's the same for • • • you. • • • • • Absolutely. He just turned one. And so, • • • • • • • • • • • • um, we've actually, uh, made going over the last three weekends. We're looking around, it's snowing outside. Let's see if our daughter wants to visit her. So we go over • • • • there, we eat lunch, and then we play for a couple hours until he's ready for a nap. So that's just really refocus what's going on. • • • • And he's at an age • • • where he's very active, like my oldest daughter was. And • • so it's like playing with my daughter again. He wants to fly around the room. And so it's just a lot of fun doing that. • • So it's the point. Now he recognizes me and as soon as he sees me again, he wants to start flying around the room. So it's a lot of fun. But I will tell you, making that little kid fly around the room, I'm gassed after it's over. Right. • • • So I think again, that's part • of dealing with how my body reacts to stuff. Now, before I could do anything, • • • • and I'd be • • • • • • fine. • • • • • Yeah, it's frustrating. You, uh, can't do what you once did. So they call sarcaidosis the Snowflake disease because it impacts each of us • • • • differently. I've also run the Boston Marathon. Um, Congratulations. Thank • • • • you. I just always thought of myself as, uh, the guy that would always be fit and would always be healthier • • • • • than a certain large percentage of the people walking around beside me. • • • And I guess now I think I was arrogant to think that because sarcodosis just knocks you back a step. Two steps, three steps. • And it's hard to realize that • • • • • while playing with my grandchild tires me • • • • out. Yeah, • • • • • • • • • • absolutely. Again, your form of, um, it is • • • much. I think each form is so unique, and I was so lucky to have my aspect of it addressed through the Ablasian. So it's sort of like. But every time I go out, I am looking at that watch going, Is my heart gonna play nice today or not? So it's always in the back of your mind, is what's going to • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • happen? To answer, I think, your earlier • • • • • question, it's always there in being thought of. So your doctor, Dr. • • Spoon, said that your sarcoidosis is not active, but he described it as simmering. Can you tell us what that is? Because I hadn't heard that before, but I think there are times when that's been my • • case. Right. So the last Pet scan I • • • • • • • had, he said, um, great • • • • • • news. There's no stark activity, uh, in the • • heart. There's no stark activity in the • • lungs. But as I look at your lymph nodes, they're • • glowing. And he said, it's not • • active. So let's just call simmering. It's • • there. • And let's not mess with your current medication • • regime, because ideally, they would love to taper you off. But I've had more than a few doctors tell me that if • • • you let the Sark flare again as you taper your meds, it comes back with a vengeance. And I really don't want vengeance, because vengeance, in my case, means I get more scarring on my • • heart. And then I got to rinse and repeat the medications, the ablaze again. So if I have to live with the • • medication regime I live on right • • now, so be it. And I think I've heard a couple of people on your • • • • podcast. I've just got to learn to live with what's being done. But in my choice with the cardiac Mans, I had another alternative, which was the ablasian. • Right. But you don't want to have to do another ablaze, • • • • • because even if that works, your heart will never • • be what it once. • • • • • • • • • Was. Every time they do that, it hurts your heart a little bit more. Right. And every flare you get hurt your heart a little bit more • • • permanently. • • And the phrase heart transplant has been used in front of me before, and that • • • • just scares me. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • And again, I don't want to ever get there, • • • • but it's out • • • • • • • there so whenever they do an Echo cardiogram, they're looking to ejection fraction. And I'm like, • • • • • • borderline. Okay. And they're like, if it drops to a certain point, then, • • uh, the next consideration • • • • • is heart transplant. I'm like, let's not go there • • • • • • yet. Let's see what we can do without before we get there. • • • Right. So you get up in the morning • • • • • • and do you work from • • • • home? What do you do? Do you go to work? I'm in a hybrid schedule. So two days at home, three • • • • • • • • • days at work. • Um, and, • um, three days are downtown Chicago. Uh, so if you ever been to • • • • Chicago, the Blue Cross building is right across from Millennium Park. If you ever went and saw the • • bean. I can see that from my office. Wow. • • • • • • • • • • • And the Metro, which is the, um, commuter training. You take that in • • • • there. We actually have a bus that runs from this train station, um, to the building. But I walk. I walk every time. So it's about twenty, 25 minutes. And again, I like being • outside. Yeah, I love the bean. The bean is so • • • • • • • cool. It's a sculpture that's shaped like a bean, and it's about the size of a small house. Is that fair? Yeah, that's fair. And it's just you see a mirror reflection no matter where you walk around it or under it or • • • • • • whatever. I love the bean. That's so cool. Um, and so you're, uh, walking twenty, • • • • • • 25, um, three days a week, and you're feeling fine, right? Yeah, they're back. So I'm walking fifty, 50 • • • • • • minutes. It's feeling okay. • • Um, • • • • • • • • • • • • • • awesome. You mentioned your relationship with God before we were talking, and other people have brought that up. Have you become more or less religious, or do you look at things in a more philosophical way? • • • • • • • • Now I'm going to go • • • towards no. But I also will say I continued, I'm continuing my spiritual journey. I'm continuing to try to • • • • • • • • • • • understand my faith, • • • um, about that. So right now I'm reading something • • that's • • where there was a group • • • • • • • • of priests, um, that actually did a critical evaluation of, • um, the four Gospels, trying, uh, to say, is this something that Jesus really would have said? And it's • • • • • really in depth. So I keep on exploring things. They might not be popular topics to talk about, but I'm just trying to • • • explore my • • • • • • • • • • faith. If you think about the volunteer work, I • • • • • • do think Christianity, a lot of it is about giving • • • • • • • • • • back. So, yes, I've been doing more and more and more of • • • • • • that. • • • • • But, • • • um, it's something I continue to explore, and it's just to • • me, it's fascinating. I think the underlying • • message • • • of Jesus, • • • • again, • • • • uh, love your • • neighbors • • • • • and love God above all. I think that's a great message, and it's hard to practice it sometimes loving your neighbors, but it's great to aspire to that. • • • • So I'm really interested in understanding about • • • that. Got you, Jack. Is there anything else you want to add at this. • • • • • • • • • • • Point. • • So this is an um aside. • • • • • • • • So after I had this cardiac • • • • • • • • • event every year since, two, um, thousand and one, I've gone on a canoe • • • trip. I don't know if you heard of • • • • • • • • • • • • Quetico. Yes, I've been there three times. Okay. • So for the • • • • • listeners, if you've heard of Boundary Waters in • • Minnesota, it's a place where there's no motor boats. It's canoes only quadico is the Canadian version of that. It has bigger in • • size and it may allow fewer people • • in. So I've been doing quadico trips, eight day, seven night trips since two 2001. And when nine • • • 911, we were in the • • • • • • • field. Nine 911, I what happened • • • on • • Tuesday? And, • • uh, uh, we were in the field. We had no • • idea. And when we came out of the field, we were • • • • • • • • • • told they like playing jokes. And you come back like, there's something like the camp ran out of hot water and the guy that picks us up • • • • says they • • • bombed the towers in the Twin Cities. • • • Um, I'm like, who's going to bomb Minneapolis St. Paul, right? Yeah. And so we thought it was a joke. We didn't believe it. And it took a phone call • • • home and for my seven year old daughter at that time to say, yes, they bombed New York to make it • • • • • real. • • Anyway, I go up to quitaco every year. And after this cardiac event, I said, I'm going. And my wife is like, you're not. I'm going. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • And two months before a • • trip, I got a blood clot. So with • • • • • this device, the ICD pacemaker, um, they run wires, uh, through your veins, down to your • • • heart. And typically, if a blood clot shows, it shows up • • • early. But mine showed up late. So now I'm on blood • • thinners. And if you know about the credit • • • • • • • code, there is no seven 711, no emergency care. You're all by yourself. There's no communication. Correct. Unless you have a • • • cell phone, right? Yeah. When we went, there were no cell phones, no walkie talkies, • • nothing. And • • so I'm going. Even with this heart condition • • • • • • • • • • and my reaction to Amy odorone • • • • • and the blood thinners, I'm going, which • • is • • • fairly not smartly, dangerous. A month before I went, I'm owing the grass • • • • • and come in and take a shower. And I'm washing myself. I'm, um, like, what's • • • this? I had a • • • • • hernia. • • And so I'm like, come • • • • on. So I bought one of those • • • • girdles that pushed it in. So I, um, went to Quidico that year with. You • • did? Yes. With all that going on. And my wife was not pleased, but I'm like, I got to go. This is sort of, um, like my annual • • • release. So I thought you would appreciate that • • story. It goes back to what I need to, um, be. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Outside. One of my bucket list things is to get back • • • • • • there. It's been over twenty 20 since I went, but I went three years in a row with a local group of guys and the fishing is the best fishing I've ever had in my • • life. But it's rigorous because we would paddle, I think, about one 110 miles where they dropped us off. Then we would sort of paddle back to a pickup • • • point in the canoe. And then you Portage between the Lakes. So you're carrying your canoe, you're carrying your backpack, you're looking out for • • • • bears, and you just basically fished your way to the, um, next campsite. Is that how you guys did it? Absolutely. • • And there's • • something people like. It's just canoeing. Well, the portagne is what kills people. So I brought a couple of newbies this year, • • • and the portages just kick their butt. Yeah, well, they can be a mile • • • • long. Some of them are very short. You hop for there's four, 400 within the Quittico Wilderness. Right. And only, as I recall, only two, 200 of even have names, and the rest of them are just regarded as large puddles. They're not worthy. But you go • • • • from body of water to body of water to body of • • • • • • water, and you follow your map and, • • um, hope you don't get lost. I had some scary moments, but I can't believe you're able to do that with • • • Sarcardosis. Yeah. So I'm still doing it • • • • • • • • • and made it through that trip. Uh, okay. But, • • um, that's what I want to • • • • • • do. And you've talked about it, I think, on your podcast several times • • about you got to get back • to what feels right. Your body might not be one 100% the way you want it, but you got to get back to what you want to • • do • is make the effort. So I just keep on making the • • • • • effort. Do you carry the canoe yourself when it's your, um, turn on the. • • • • • • • Portage? This year I did, yes. This year I, um, canoe because I had a solo canoe, and I did • • • a solo paddle because I was with two other guys, two new guys, and I couldn't find a four fourth. I • • • • sold. Okay. Call me. What month do you go? • • • Typically, I typically go after Labor Day just because the mosquitoes are down. Okay. And that's a good time to go. And again, if you're going back there at some point and you want a suggested • • • route, I've been through all the entry points in quadico, and I've hit most of the major paths, so I definitely have suggestions or, uh, tell you where it would be fun to go. Okay. Yeah, we'll have to talk. We'll start boring people really fast if we get into a deep dive into this remote Canadian • • • • • wilderness. • • • • • But, yeah, I can't believe that I'm, um, talking to somebody else who's actually been there, because when I bring it up, • • everybody, they have no idea what I'm talking about. Sometimes boundary waters mean something to people. Right. But critico, you fly in on a float plane, they drop you, uh, off, and • • then it's fantastic. I love it. Well, Jack, thank you so much good luck at the critico this year. If you're planning, uh, to go in September again. • • Absolutely. Okay. All • right. And I wish you all the luck in the world with fighting sarcodosis. • • • And thanks, uh, for fighting the good • • fight. Alright. Uh, thanks and I appreciate you let me tell my. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •  

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Bad Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 68:12


Thank you to our Sponsors: https://www.doordash.com code: BADFRIENDS2022 & https://www.onnit.com/badfriends & http://hellotushy.com/badfriends & https://betterhelp.com/badfriends YouTube Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BadFriends 0:00 Scouters in Austin 6:04 Bobby, the Voice of Reason 10:36 Rudy is Acclaimed at the Life Show 16:06 Andrew's Nightmare Trip to Dallas 29:31 Switching Seats on a Plane and The Shrimp Salad 43:09 Peeing on Plane's Sinks 47:54 Is Rudy Hollywood Now? 52:45 Rudy's Confession to Dr. Drew and Fancy's 45 seconds 1:00:23 The Bad Friends Tour 1:05:08 The Reason of Bobby's Success More Bobby Lee TigerBelly: https://www.youtube.com/tigerbelly Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bobbyleelive Twitter: https://twitter.com/bobbyleelive Tickets: https://bobbyleelive.com More Andrew Santino Whiskey Ginger: https://www.youtube.com/andrewsantinowhiskeyginger Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cheetosantino Twitter: https://Twitter.com/cheetosantino Tickets: http://www.andrewsantino.com More Bad Friends iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bad-friends/id1496265971 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/badfriendspod Twitter: https://twitter.com/badfriends_pod Official Website: http://badfriendspod.com Opening Credits and Branding: https://www.instagram.com/joseph_faria & https://www.instagram.com/jenna_sunday Credit Sequence Music: http://bit.ly/RocomMusic // https://www.instagram.com/rocom Character Design: https://www.instagram.com/jeffreymyles Bad Friends Mosaic Sign: https://www.instagram.com/tedmunzmosaicart Produced by: George Kimmel & Bryce Hallock - 7EQUIS Podcast Producers: Andres Rosende & Pete Forthun This podcast episode was sponsored by Candy Crush Sponsorships: on for this episode

Kinda Cute
Kinda Cute - Ep. 126-Stephen King's Salmon, Johnny v. Amber thoughts, and a Weed Wedding

Kinda Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 33:45


Kinda Cute is a podcast about The Cut by New York Magazine and niche pop culture/internet culture.  On this week's ep: *I give some small legal analysis on the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard trial *The Tinx tweets? *Stephen King's method for cooking salmon has the internet shook  *a weed fueled wedding *a flirting technique from hell *listen to my discussion with Ready to Be Petty out on April 24 :) Articles we discussed: https://www.thecut.com/2022/04/who-sneaks-weed-into-their-wedding-food.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/04/asap-rocky-arrested.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/04/stephen-king-microwave-salmon.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/04/fox-news-commentator-brags-about-creepy-dating-tactics.html   https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/johnny-depp-amber-heard-trial-outfits-tiktok/?fbclid=IwAR3Jw535IbfpROjxHFXwKAMBoMfeVbmaBpbdKHqhIKnw3tRV0axuhHFH9Cw   Legit: Amazon Pajamas: ​​https://bit.ly/3L8Rx99   https://neoncowboys.com/products/glow-mask I have an affiliate code Use code BAILEYFORE at checkout for 10% for a Neon Cowboys Code  YewYew Code: Cute pipes at yewyewshop.com/baileyevin Use code BAILEYEVIN for %15 off!   Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! or at https://ratethispodcast.com/kindacute Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@baileyevin YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AdncAo8wXIAR-WZq6Vbnw?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/baileyevin/ https://www.instagram.com/kindacutepodcast https://www.instagram.com/gurgipom xx, bailey evin

Fantasy Baking Championship
Spring Baking Championship (SE8:EP8)

Fantasy Baking Championship

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 76:44


Just when you think the Spring chaos may have reached its peak, the team at SBC whips up yet another jumbo cookie salad sized surprise with the return of Carolyn! In this episode, our beloved bakers take on an Easter Bunny-sponsored preheat featuring candy themed Pâte à Choux, before teaming up to put the "CUTE" in charcuterie with main heat farm animal-inspired dessert boards. What could be BAAAAAAAH-D?

The Unknown Subject: A Criminal Minds Podcast

This week's episode finds the BAU hot on the trail of a deranged, drunken duo who manages to rack up quite the body count in between make out sessions.

Strong Sense of Place
LoLT: Edward Gorey's Eerily Cute Art & New Books

Strong Sense of Place

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 3:42


In this episode, we get excited about two new book releases: 'The Patron Saint of Second Chances' by Christine Simon and 'Portrait of a Thief' by Grace D. Li. Then we discuss the gleefully macabre writing and art of Edward Gorey. BOOKS The Patron Saint of Second Chances by Christine Simon - https://bookshop.org/a/1240/9781982188771 Portrait of a Thief by Grace D. Li - https://bookshop.org/a/1240/9780593184738 DISTRACTION OF THE WEEK A video reading of Edward Gorey's 'Gashlycrumb Tinies' - https://youtu.be/PIPvzfQbioc Edward Gorey's New England residence has been turned into a fantastic and fantastical museum. Take a video tour - https://youtu.be/fSiImfSD258 The iconic opening credits of PBS Mystery! - https://youtu.be/tPlY_7RR1h0 Write a letter to show your support for an Edward Gorey stamp - https://edwardgorey.org/2022/02/22/edward-gorey-centennial-postage-stamp-campaign/ The Library of Lost Time is a Strong Sense of Place Production! https://strongsenseofplace.com Do you enjoy our show? Want access to fun bonus content? Please support our work on Patreon. Every little bit helps us keep the show going and makes us feel warm and fuzzy inside - https://www.patreon.com/strongsenseofplace As always, you can follow us at: Our web site at Strong Sense of Place Patreon Twitter  Instagram Facebook YouTube    

The Brian Lehrer Show
#BLTrees: A Year in the Life (April)

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 13:28


We check in on our year-long project #BLTrees, following the seasons through the trees around us with Marielle Anzelone, urban botanist and ecologist and the founder of NYC Wildflower Week. This month, Jennifer Greenfeld, New York City Parks assistant commissioner for forestry, horticulture, and natural resources, talks about the care and nurturing of street trees and how to be a ‘steward' for your tree. Post your April #BLtrees pics before today's 11:40 chat with @nycbotanist Marielle Anzelone. Here's the callery pear I've been following with brand new leaves and flowers. BL pic.twitter.com/UKYrJkrbBZ — The Brian Lehrer Show and A Daily Politics Podcast (@BrianLehrer) April 14, 2022 @nycbotanist @BrianLehrer Spring is springing. Interesting to see two ash trees in two diff microclimates in the same Bx neighb. Our original pick for #BLTrees, in a wooded area which is shady, is slow to bud and blossom; a nearby ash tree, out in the full sun, is ready to burst. pic.twitter.com/yxfgYccrfW — J B (@ForeverBronx) April 14, 2022 Still naked in NJ. Happy April from Holmdel Ginkgo. @BrianLehrer #bltrees pic.twitter.com/0uihDxLUBJ — Ana (@AnaCVW) April 14, 2022 My Bronx NYC Street Tree has burst into Spring with lots of lite green leaves except for a few bare twigs on its north face #BLTrees pic.twitter.com/Yw43lMejjl — Corbde (@corbe27) April 14, 2022 6 weeks or so later, it is showing hints of green, hosting birds and squirrels that seem to be getting more and more active.#bltrees pic.twitter.com/h0qzbDgW2d — Noel (@noelhefele) April 14, 2022 #bltrees April and blooming or ready to explode in Somerset, NJ pic.twitter.com/Jh2507Zw0g — Tamar Kieval Brill (@TamarMKB) April 13, 2022 It's April! #bltrees #ilovespring 🌱 pic.twitter.com/maJLGALyHR — SUSAN #StandWithUkraine #BuildBackBetter (@sballen17) April 13, 2022 #bltrees @nycbotanist #wildflowerhourCute pink buds!! https://t.co/NKT0eZt85B pic.twitter.com/zKGQyAqXHu — Liza Smith (@lgjsmith) April 13, 2022 #bltreesYoshima Cherry Trees, Bridal Path, Central Park near Engineer's Whoop whoop! The buds are here! #BLTrees pic.twitter.com/rwxvnmxo4S — 100KSteps (@100KSteps1) April 13, 2022 Gate pic.twitter.com/BZQJogNrK8 — Paul Langer (@paullanger) April 13, 2022 These last few weeks have been busy! The cutest tiny buds. Totally would have missed this if I weren't looking #bltrees pic.twitter.com/Xd0K3OS3wg — Lyna (@LynaSaid) April 13, 2022 Whoop whoop! The buds are here! #BLTrees pic.twitter.com/rwxvnmxo4S — 100KSteps (@100KSteps1) April 13, 2022 https://twitter.com/50izzies/status/1514613925282607115