On this episode, we talked about: Men are the protectors within society Showing up with confidence Learning to be dangerous Having good minds and souls Violence and criminality follow soft targets Knowing how to handle tough situations Great men can be dangerous men Control is not always a bad thing Making yourself a more capable men "There have to be good men, dangerous men who are highly capable but who have big hearts and good intentions that are standing in the way of the villains" "Criminals are fearful of the fact that there's somebody who can stand up against them" " Knowing yourself, knowing that you can stand up against force, having that ability makes you a more well-rounded individual and men" Let's connect over on Instagram: @Johnny.Elsasser
It's true that there are some dangerous activities at camps. Curt and Chris will explore some of these activities, and it might give you some ideas for programs to add to your camp. The great thing about summer camps is that it's a place where kids can try these (often perceived) "dangerous" activities in a safe environment.
Brian, Blake, and Richard are back for an all-new episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast!Brian's been to a Country (and Western) gig and it has inspired bizarre vocal transformations and we apologize in advance as this goes immediately off the rails. There is some schooling, there is some fooling, but mainly there is some fooling. Brian the reveals a little bit of insight into his connection with one of Garth Brooks' amazing guitarists, Chris Leuzinger, and Richard is taught a little bit more about the finer points of Country and Western styling.Should you ever meet your heroes? Richard asks the question and the guys chat about it before discussing the Grand Ole Opry and Wampler's own Elmo making his mark there. Richard's also received his new Keeley Moon Op-Amp Fuzz and he is over the, er, moon with the results and waxes lyrical so the guys chat a little bit about Keeley pedals they love. He's also been buying Honey Picks and is a big fan so gives us his views on why they work for him and how they improve his playing.There was a post on a popular internet forum that caused a little furore in the previous week which the guys feel duty-bound to discuss as it hit 40 pages before finally spiralling into oblivion...there is some cleaning up of myths in this bit too which may or may not be slightly ranty...and speaking of rants, its time for the next instalment of Brian's Camper experience...Grape soda, Brian's top hat, Crazy Glue, Pedal dollars, Fruity dreams, the JHS mafia, Dangerous slicey stuff..it's all in this week's Chasing Tone!We are on Patreon now too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)DIY mods:https://modyourownpedal.com/collections/booksFind us at:https://www.wamplerpedals.com/https://www.instagram.com/WamplerPedals/https://www.facebook.com/groups/wamplerfanpage/Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdVrg4Wl3vjIxonABn6RfWwContact us at: email@example.comSupport the show
After St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones signed an $84 million infrastructure bill that will repave the city's most pothole-riddled streets, the Community Mobility Committee made an unusual request: Slow down. The committee's Liz Kramer tells us why, and what the city can do to better protect pedestrians on those streets.
THE RNF TEAM IS BACK THIS WEEK WITH MORE JA NEWS AND A HILARIOUSLY REAL TOUCHY SUBJECT. WHAT IF YOUR FUNK GOT YOU A TALKING TO FROM WORK PERSONEL WHILE IN AN ESTABLISHMENT? INTRO CUT: ZAY BLAZE- "DANGEROUS" OUTRO CUT: CHIEF PANDA - "WATCH ME ROLL"
Marc Spears of Andscape, joins Murph & Mac to warns that Luka Doncic is more dangerous on the road and that the Warriors should proceed with caution See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Marc Spears of Andscape, joins Murph & Mac to warns that Luka Doncic is more dangerous on the road and that the Warriors should proceed with caution See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to eww that's creepy podcast! The theme this week is dangerous amusement parks, and in this episode, Melissa is going to tell Jackie about numerous accidents that occurred at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. From the Matterhorn Bobsleds to space mountain, and even it's a small world, accidents can happen anywhere. Even in the happiest place on earth! Please be aware that this episode will discuss graphic and gruesome accidents. Listener discretion is advised. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_incidents_at_Disneyland_Resort https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/deborah-gail-stone-disneyland/ https://adventure.howstuffworks.com/destinations/theme-parks/13-shocking-freak-accidents-that-happened-at-disneyland.htm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K97vxBCpwx8
Yesterday's Sports is part of the https://sportshistorynetwork.com/ (Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear). NETWORK SPONSORS https://sportshistorynetwork.com/row1/ (Row One) - the vintage shop for sports history fans! EPISODE SUMMARY Dick the Bruiser was a force to be reckoned with in and out of the ring. If you're an old-school fan of pro wrestling, you are probably familiar with the name, Dick “The Bruiser.” But if you grew up in the northeast or during the World Wide Wrestling Federation era as I did, you might not have ever seen the Bruiser wrestle. The Bruiser's real name was William Fritz Afflis, and he was born in 1929 in Delphi, Indiana. Afflis played football in high school and college at Purdue University and later at the University of Nevada, Reno. While attending school in Nevada, he also took a job as a bouncer at a Reno nightclub..... You can read the https://sportshistorynetwork.com/wrestling/dick-the-bruiser (full blog post here). https://www.newspapers.com/freetrial/?xid=2229&duration=semiannual&subtype=extra&ft=true (Get a FREE 1-Week Trial to Newspapers.com to learn about this topic and much more!!!) YESTERDAY'S SPORTS BACKGROUND Host Mark Morthier grew up in New Jersey just across the river from New York City during the 1970s, a great time for sports in the area. He relives great moments from this time and beyond, focusing on football, baseball, basketball, and boxing. You may even see a little Olympic Weightlifting in the mix, as Mark competed for eight years. See Mark's book below. https://amzn.to/3kf5MuO (No Nonsense, Old School Weight Training: A Guide For People With Limited Time) https://amzn.to/3snjccy (Running Wild: (Growing Up In The 1970s))
Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know.Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know. Emotional eating in kids, how much of it is mom's fault? High blood pressure now affects 1 in every 7 US pregnancies Weight loss and lifestyle interventions, how much do they ease sleep apnea? Dangerous germs from microplastics floating in the ocean wind up on food PLUS so much more...
In hour 3, Chris talks about the left hating the Supreme Court. Pelosi calls the justices Dangerous, Tom Cotton knows they destroy institutions they don't agree with, and Justice Thomas has some fun comments at an event in Texas. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you download the WMAL app, visit WMAL.com or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 9:00am-12:00pm Monday-Friday. To join the conversation, check us out on twitter @WMAL and @ChrisPlanteShow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
TODAY´S EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE FLOW RESEARCH COLLECTIVE Are you an entrepreneur, a leader, or a knowledge worker, who wants to harness the power of flow so you can get more done in less time with greater ease and accomplish your boldest professional goals faster? If you´ve answered this question with “hell yes” then our peak-performance training Zero to Dangerous may be a good fit for you. If this sounds of interest to you all you need to do is go to getmoreflow.com right now, pop in your application and one of our team members will be in touch with you very soon. ABOUT THE GUEST: Dr. Daniel L. Stickler is the Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of The Apeiron Center for Human Potential and Chief Science Officer for Apeiron Academy. He is the visionary pioneer behind systems-based precision lifestyle medicine, a new paradigm that re-defines medicine from the old symptoms based disease model to one of limitless peak performance in all aspects of life. A physician to high-performing executives and entrepreneurs who want to upgrade their current state, he's also an author, speaker, blogger and podcaster. He is the Medical Director for the Neurohacker Collective, a Google consultant for wearable technology, epigenetics, and AI in healthcare and a guest lecturer at Stanford University on Epigenetics in Clinical Practice. He discovered that lifestyle was the key to creating an optimized life and his journey to find the ideal approach to optimizing human potential took him on a path through functional medicine, alternative care, holistic, naturopathic, and age-management medicine. Each modality fell short of the outcome of creating a truly optimized human mainly because they focused on the disease model of treating symptoms as opposed to a model that focuses on human systems, homeostatic balance and optimization. In 2008, a new world opened through the lens of genetics and epigenetics and his near obsession like fascination of the potentials for personalized human systems design led to the realization that we truly have the ability within us to take charge of our destiny and become the architects of our evolution. ABOUT THE EPISODE: In this episode, you will learn about: (*to be updated once edited) Stress is a Performance Enhancer (1:31) Problem with Conventional Healthcare System (5:32) Categories of Medicine (9:53) Performance Medicine & Age Rejuvenation (17:51) Utilizing Fitness Trackers (23:58) Age Rejuvenation Categories (27:31) Dealing with Long COVID (37:03) Low Dose Naltrexone & Interventions for COVID (40:43) Stem Cells (48:15) What is Consciousness? (51:02) RESOURCES LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drstickler Website: https://neurohacker.com/people/daniel-stickler-md STEVEN KOTLER is a New York Times bestselling author, award-winning journalist, and Founder and Executive Director of the Flow Research Collective. He is one of the world's leading experts on human performance. His books include The Art of Impossible, Stealing Fire, and The Rise of Superman. His work has been translated into over 40 languages and appeared in over 100 publications, including the New York Times Magazine, Wall Street Journal, TIME, Wired, Atlantic Monthly, The Harvard Business Review and Forbes.
Support our podcast and listen with a purpose! - https://theforgotteninitiative.org/team310/ Did you know that May is National Foster Care Awareness Month? To help raise awareness of this community that we love so dearly, things are looking a little different this month on the podcast. Every week this month, we are highlighting stories from each perspective of the foster care community—agency workers, foster parents, vulnerable adults, and children—because every member of the foster care community matters and has a story to tell. In this episode, I am joined by Tiffany Shaw. Tiffany is a biological parent whose three children entered foster care after she was reported to the Department of Children and Family Services as a result of drug addiction. Today, she graciously shares with us the difficult circumstances that led to her relapse and homelessness, as well as the significant relationship that led to her recovery from drugs and reunification with her children. Tiffany's story is full of redemption, and I am so grateful for her willingness to join me for this conversation.
Welcome to Episode 36 of The No Regulars Podcast hosted by Darris Watkins, Jordan Torres, and Jason Robbs. In this episode, we talk about games we can beat the devil in to get out of hell, Seeing if we can survive some of the most dangerous places on the planet, and Jordan tells us a ghost encounter he recently had. Follow Our Socials! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/noregulars.podcast/ TikTok: http://www.tiktok.com/@noregulars Discord: https://discord.gg/9gnrXe5N YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZJkd3iD1KZ8 Darris Watkins Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/__dlw.21/ Jordan Torres Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/torris__223/ Jason Robbs Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/jays.wrld/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/no-regulars/support
An 18-year-old shooter killed 10 and injured 3 in Buffalo, New York, as part of a mass shooting believed to be racially motivated and tied to "replacement theory." In The Daily Article for May 16, 2022, Dr. Ryan Denison recounts the facts of five mass shootings that happened within the span of three days and cautions Christians against straying from truth. Author: Dr. Ryan Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe
Slide deck: https://bit.ly/3sGvAab - Equity markets surged on Friday in what looks so far like a short squeeze as the market ran dry of fresh sellers, with the most speculative sectors backing up in spectacular fashion after Bitcoin and the Tether "stable coin" survived existential threats late last week. Today we look at fresh concerns on the outlook for global food prices as India has moved to ban wheat exports on weather related developments there, sending wheat limit up in Chicago. We also discuss the latest on Elon Musk's Twitter acquisition intentions, the weak ahead in earnings and macro event risks and more. Today's pod features Peter Garnry on equities, Ole Hansen on commodities and John J. Hardy hosting and on FX. Intro and outro music by AShamaluevMusic
Mike and Tiffany are back! And they're bringing in Stan Lunn to help them talk about the divisive (and extremely non-canon) "Dangerous Currency", the long awaited Ducktales/Darkwing Duck crossover. In part 1 (Boom Ducktales #5) Fenton reappears, some familiar bad guys get major makeovers and everyone learns everyone else's secret identity. Yeah, we didn't like that either. Additionally, Mike discusses what he's been up to lately, we talk briefly about the soon-to-be released Rescue Rangers movie and the mini episode reviews make a comeback! It's a duck blur that's definitely going to get dangerous, so join us! Links- https://linktr.ee/StCanardFiles DW #DarkwingDuck #Ducktales #DisneyAfternoon #BoomStudios #BoomComics This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
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This episode begins with a RNST about why you never let someone use your house, analysis of this week's mass shooting in Buffalo New York, and ends with my personal favorite, some listener feedback. P.S. Sorry for the audio quality still working out the kinks lol... on the bright side... video of the podcast is now available of Spotify!
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Konfidence in the Klutch's Don D discusses his (2:30) Life accused as a Teacher/Coach part 36. Then Deezy (5:10) pontificates on the shootings after Buck's loss in game six. Deezy talks (12:45) RICO and hip hop in ATL. Deezy gives his initial take on K.Dot's "Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers" release. Deezy then talks (8:00) about the NBA playoff conference semi-finals plus (RIP Bob Lanier, NBA updates postseason hardware and trophies, Nike may 86 Ky). This podcast was recorded at 11:45 a.m. CT on Sunday, May 15th, 2022. Host: Donald Nelson Producer/Engineer: Donald Nelson
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In the episode I speak with Mary Eberstadt about her latest book Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics. She argues that the revolutionary changes to family structure across the western world: fatherlessness, divorce, abortion, single parent homes, the shrinking of the family –have caused deep hurt in people and that many of the social problems we face today are manifestations of a “primal scream” for belonging. Eberstadt explains that the breakdown of the family has resulted in a widespread subtraction: we have a much smaller protective infrastructure around us than our ancestors did. While many people connect family decline to individual things like loneliness or educational achievement, it also has large macro impacts. She argues that primary cause of political rage, identity politics, gender confusion, and more is rooted in the breakdownof the family and people's struggle to answer the question “Who am I?” Primal Screams is a very important book that combines an empirical examination with a real empathy for people who suffer from the impact of the sexual revolution and the break down of the family. We discuss a number of issues including: Loneliness in the elderly and the young The rise in psychiatric problems among Generation Z and Millennials What we can learn from animal behavior and family structure How the sexual revolution harms women and children and only benefits predatory men. Transgenderism The #MeToo Movement The role of abuse and sexual dysphoria The lack of siblings and the problem of social learning The Myth of the Lone Wolf The Trend of Incels The Great Resignation How Feminism creates problems for both girls and boys Masculinity and Decline of Males Declines in Fertility Contraception Critiques and replies to her argument by Mark Lilla, Peter Thiel, and Rod Dreher Biography Mary Eberstadt holds the Panula Chair at the Catholic Information Center in Washington, DC, and is a Senior Research Fellow at the Faith and Reason Institute. Her latest book is Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics, with commentaries by Rod Dreher, Mark Lilla, and Peter Thiel. Her other books include It's Dangerous to Believe; How the West Really Lost God; and Adam and Eve after the Pill. Mrs. Eberstadt's writing has appeared in many magazines and journals. [Her 2010 novel The Loser Letters, about a young woman in rehab struggling with atheism, was adapted for stage and premiered at Catholic University in fall 2017. Seton Hall University awarded her an honorary doctorate in humane letters in 2014. During the Reagan administration, she was a speechwriter to Secretary of State George Shultz and a special assistant to Ambassador Jeane J. Kirkpatrick at the United Nations. Updates about her work can be found on her website, maryeberstadt.com Resources Mary Eberstadt Website: maryeberstadt.com Podcast interview with Carrie Gress on Feminism Podcast Interview with Noelle Mering on Awake Not Woke My lecture on Robert Nisbet and the decline and quest for community
As Sheriff John Dance rode down to the river, Miguel, the Stagecoach agent, came up beside him. Dance gave him a skeptical look, and didn’t have time to get to the question before Miguel said, “I have responsibilities…”Fair enough thought Dance. He cast an eye over Miguel’s horse and rig. It was packed light and well, and Miguel sat his horse easy. He looked like he knew what doing. Probably more than Dance did. Dance was no frontier hand or Indian fighter by nature. But the misadventures of his youth had taught him to travel fast and leave as little trace as possible. When they got to the river Dance reined, and without taking his eyes off the other side, Dance said, “We’ll head north along the river, see if we can find a place to ford, and any sign of that ship. First sign of trouble, I’m cuttin’ and runnin’. You understand? This is a scout.” Miguel nodded and said, “If I find a way across, I have to go to Bisbee.”Dance said, “Miguel, you see any telegraph poles on the other side of that river?” Miguel shook his head. “It makes no difference, I must go anyway. It is my duty.” “It ain’t a duty, Miguelito, it’s just a job.” “I may not have a Star like you,” said Miguel, “But I have my duties.” Dance shook his head and decided he wouldn’t share his opinions about Duty and Bisbee with Miguel. Duty was just some horseshit made up by powerful people to get the little people to sacrifice themselves when it was convenient. And Bisbee? There weren’t no f****n’ Bisbee there anymore. Give it a few more days, and everybody would see that. It was just that most people, normal people with their settled lives, were slow to adapt to change. They ignored it, argued against it, and tried to resist it. But it was all foolishness. Things changed, the man who changed the fastest was the one who made the best of them. That’s how Dance had wound up as Sheriff in the first place.Everything on this side of the river was normal for the first mile and even though the opposite bank was an unknown land, the river was peaceful and cool and Dance found himself thinking of the day he had come to Grantham, three years ago. He had ridden into town dragging a different name and a streak of bad luck that had felt a mile wide. If Dance was honest, right now, it felt like he was draggin’ something wider and worse. At the livery stable, Eli Johnson hadn’t known what to make of him when he handed off the reins to a battered old nag and said, “Take good care of her.” “Why?” asked Eli, not afraid of offending this stranger ‘cause any damn fool could see this horse wasn’t fit for anything but the glue factory. Dance had flipped him a newly minted silver dollar and said, “‘Cause I owe her.” That settled, he nodded his battered hat at the building made of thick, irregular stone across the street and asked, “Would I be right in thinking that’s the Sheriff’s office?” “Yessir, says so right on the sign,” answered Eli, thinking that this man had been out in the sun too long to have retained a grip on the obvious. The Sheriff’s office had a wide porch and awning of unpainted, rough-cut lumber. The windows, such as they were were in those rough stone walls, were long and horizontal, with the occasional cross openings. The place was a fortress, gunportd and all. Dance glided up the steps and pushed through the door without knocking. Inside were two desks - a rolltop stuffed with correspondence and a leather-topped one on the left of the door. There was a table, a few chairs, a half-full rack of long guns on the wall and a pot-bellied stove. What Dance didn’t see were any deputies, or anybody at all. At first. On the wall by the door was a collection of wanted posters, and as Dance was checking to see if his face was on any of them he heard the muffled cry of someone calling out through a gag. The back of the room was a wall of thick steel bars that was further divided into two cells. In the cell on the right, a man with his hands bound behind his back and a bandanna tied through his mouth looked frantically at him and cried out again. “Mmmmmmm!”Dance looked around to see if someone was playing some kind of trick on him, but the room was still empty. The man in the cell waved him over with his head. Dance eased across the room. The prisoner waggled his head around, trying to indicate the gag with his eyes. Then he thrust the side of his face up to the bars. Dance took another look around the room, then hooked a finger through the bandanna. Still not taking any chances, he kicked the man's shin hard with his boot. The prisoner grunted in pain and slumped against the cell bars, all balance taken from him. As Dance held the man up by the bandanna, he slid his knife under the fabric, along the man’s face, and cut it away with a jerk. The prisoner fell to one knee and spit out the gag. “Jesus Christ Mister, you didn’t have to do that!”“Didn’t seem right to shoot it off,” said Dance. “Are you with THEM?” Dance didn’t answer the question. He considered the angry man in the cell who still had his hands bound behind his back. He was lean and sleepy-eyed, with stoop shoulders and a handlebar mustache. He looked strong enough but something about his skin and the set of his chin spoke of a weak constitution. His eyes were wide with fear and anger when he spoke, but when he listened they drooped heavy and he might have been mistaken for being on the verge of sleep. Dance thought, he’s some kind of madman. Then he asked. “Where’s the Deputies?” “Don’t you know anything?”“I know I care much for your manners,” said Dance. “Deputy. There’s only one deputy left and I’m him. Pete. I’m the DEPUTY, now let me out of this cell. They’re robbin’ the bank.”“Well Pete, if you’re the Deputy Sheriff, then what on earth are you doing in there?” asked Dance, enjoying himself.“They got the drop on me,” he said, looking down and away. “And I’m ashamed to say they locked me in my own cell. That enough for you to let me out?”“How many were there?” asked Dance. “Must have been five. Maybe more!”“Five,” asked Dance, with a raised eyebrow.“Maybe more!” said Pete, “Now get me outta here. I’ve gotta go stop them from robbing the bank.”“You?!?” said Dance. “One man against at least five hardened criminals? Dangerous men? Outlaws?” Dance shook his head and sucked his teeth at the thought. “Not one man,” said Pete, “one Deputy,” his chest puffing out with pride. “Well, I’d like to see that Pete. I surely would. Just one thing. You gotta key to this cell?" Pete rolled his eyes and cursed. “I only had the one. T’other was on the Sheriff when he got killed…” he trailed off, wide-eyed as if he had said something he shouldn’t have. Dance didn’t bite. He said, “Tell me which bank?”“Bank of Grantham. Only bank in town. Other end of Main Street. By the wash. “I think I’ll go down there and have me a lil’ look. Count up these desperados for you. But I gotta warn you, I’m stopping at 10. That’s all the fingers I got to count on.” As Dance strode down the street he whistled tunelessly and checked the load in his pistols, pulling back the hammer and spinning the cylinders to reassure himself that all twelve cartridges were present and accounted for. A passerby looked at him with fear, and he holstered a pistol and tipped his hat, breaking neither stride nor musical performance.From the outside, the First Bank of Grantham seemed just as sleepy as the rest of town on that sunny afternoon. But before John Dance could mount the steps, he heard a series of gunshots and two men exploded out of the front door into the street, carrying what looked to be very heavy saddlebags over their shoulders. Dance stood very still as one of them whirled and pointed a pistol right at him. But when the desperado looked at the man in front of him, his eyebrows raised in surprise so much that his hat lifted more than an inch. “John-John, look who it is!”John-John, who was scanning the other end of the street for trouble, turned quickly and said, “Well, I’ll be damned!” he said as he broke into a smile and let his pistol drop. “Ain’t seen you since that dance back in Albequ-”But John-John never made it to the end of that sentence. John Dance’s hands blurred into motion and he shot them both down, two bullets apiece just to be sure.He holstered his guns and the good townspeople came out and declared him a hero. Jean DuMont, the man who had the most to lose from his bank being robbed, gave him a reward of $50, for doing the right thing. They rescued old Speedy Pete from his own jail and all repaired to the Morning Star Saloon, where hands were shook, backs were slapped and nobody thought to question where this man had come from. Everybody was just glad that “John” had stepped up and done the right thing. The man who brought him his third whiskey said, “Mister, just so happens we’re short a Sheriff.”“Just so happens, I’m looking for work.” “What’s your name? Your full name, I mean. So we can swear you in.” Of course, John couldn’t give his real name. He was trying to outrun that name; the name of a man with a price on his head who, among other things, had robbed a dance back in Albuquerque with a nefarious character known as John-John and the Allen-Elder gang. So he smiled his best smile and said, “Dance, John Dance.” Sometime that evening, somebody pinned a star on him, and from that moment on, he was the Sheriff.What better place to avoid the law than to be the law itself? At first, he thought he'd stay six months, maybe a year, but it had been three years since he’d stopped the bank robbery. He'd become accustomed to sleeping indoors and people smiling when they saw him on the street. Sure, Speedy Pete was enough to drive any man crazy, but though he wasn’t the sharpest tool in the sack he was loyal and honest and that made up for a lot. But as much as he liked the town and the people he hated the feeling of being trapped. It was one thing to choose to stay when he knew he could just melt away at any time. But to stay when you weren’t allowed to leave, that was prison. And Dance figured the whole point was to stay the hell out of prison.Dance was jerked away from his memories by the sight of an abrupt line up ahead. On one side of this line the ground was the harsh, rocky desert of Eastern Arizona. On the other side was lush thick grass. He and Miguel stopped just short of this strange line and looked at it for a long while. To his right, Dance could see where the line had split a rock in half. He said, "Miguel…" and pointed.“Estoy perdido,” answered Miguel, not even aware he was speaking Spanish.Dance’s horse lowered his head and took a bite of the grass. The horse didn't keel over dead or burst into flames. He just nibbled the grass is if he did it every day. It was thicker and crawlier than any grass Dance ever seen. But if it tasted all right to the horse, Dance supposed it might be OK.Dance caught a flash of movement out of the corner of his eye. He looked up and about 200 yards away he saw a giant, bear-like creature, rise up out of the grassland and grab a hold of a tree branch with a paw impossibly long fingernails twisted and turned in wild, unpredictable ways. Like a gypsy woman's fingernails he once seen in Galveston. The creature lifted its long, teardrop-shaped head and began stripping the wide leaves from the tree and eating them. Dance looked to Miguel. Miguel stared at the strange creature with his jaw hanging open. In a voice that he hoped wouldn't carry, Dance asked, “You ever seen one of them before?""Nunca. ¿Quieres ir a ver?"“No I do not,” said Dance, easing his rifle out of the saddle scabbard. The sight of the weapon gleaming in the sunshine snapped Miguel back to himself. He said, “You are going to shoot it? It eats plants.”“I’m just being cautious. I been known to eat vegetables from time to time, but we all know what I prefer.”Miguel nodded. Then, before Dance could say no, he spurred his horse towards the strange creature. Dance cursed under his breath and touched his horse with his heels and followed. “I think he likes that tree,” said Miguel of the gigantic creature, which was happily munching away. With chomp and a sweep of its neck, it denuded half the tree, taking no notice of them. As it ate, it made low, whuffing grunts. “Can we go now?”“Is there no wonder in your soul Sheriff Dance?""Oh there's plenty of wonder Miguel," he said, surveying his surroundings. "Right now I'm wondering what the hell we're doing provoking this animal?”"Don't be like that. I think he's friendly.""If you put that to the test, I'll shoot both of you and ride off I swear.""I think you did not grow up on a farm or a ranch, Sheriff Dance. Maybe you did not grow up in nature."Suddenly, the creature jerked its head up. It looked at the two men on horses and made a sharp bark of alarm, showing more and sharper teeth than John Dance felt a herbivore ought to be allowed. Dance brought the rifle to his shoulder, but the creature did not charge. It looked around frantically, sniffing the air so rapidly its long snout seem to vibrate. Dance, in fact, had not grown up outdoors or on a ranch, but he didn’t need to be a native guide to see that this thing was goddamned terrified. "Come on, let's ease back,” said Dance.Miguel nodded without taking his eyes off the creature. From fifty yards to the right, something came rushing through the tall grass. The air was shattered by a tremendous roar. The sound was so loud Dance felt like a great hand had reached into his chest and squeezed the air out of his lungs. The horses reared and screamed. As Dance fought to stay in the saddle he heard the creature that was eating the tree make a frightened, bleat-like sound. In fear, it leapt onto the tree and climbed. Leaves and small branches and hunks of bark showered down as it scrabbled up the tree with its strange claws. Behind the tree, Dance saw a bear rise from the grass. It rose until it was the size of a large grizzly, and it still kept coming. It stood on its hind legs, dangled its claws at the end of its too-long arms, threw its strange bulldog-like face back and and roared at its prey.Miguel wheeled his horse around and cursed in Spanish. Dance could feel that his own horse was on the verge of bolting. In the interest of staying in the saddle, he fought to stay calm, but wheeled to the right and let the animal have his head. When they had gained some distance, Dance reined up on a small rise. As they watched Miguel said, “You see, now the bear, he will climb the tree and eat our tree-eating friend.”Dance spit. “Ain’t no friends of mine.” The bear roared again, and reached up and placed its paw on the tree trunk. Above him, nearly at the top of the tree, the sad-faced herbivore clutched the trunk and bleated in distress. But the bear did not climb. He put his forepaws on the trunk and by heaving his bulk forward and back, began to rock the trunk. High above, the top of the tree swung back and forth wildly. The herbivore tried to hold tight to the trunk, but with each swing, it seemed that a new appendage came free just as it had replaced the last one. The tree trunk snapped off about 2 feet above the ground. The trunk fell over, slowly at first, but by the time the top of the trunk hit the ground, the herbivore was slammed into the earth at a hideous speed. Even at this distance Dance felt the impact in the seat of his saddle.The poor creature tried to raise up and flee but fell to the ground after a single wobbly step. In a flurry of claws and teeth, the bear was on it, its short, punched–in snout, rooting deep into the creature's soft white underbelly. The bear pulled its bloody snout and face out from the still-living animal which was screaming in pain. The bear raised its head to the sky and roared again."Magnificent animal," said Miguel.Then, and Dance would swear to this until the end of his days, the bear looked right at them and roared."Is that thing gonna follow us?" asked Dance."No, don't be silly. He has just killed and will eat his fill and take a nap, for a few days most likely.""He's looking right at us." Miguel considered this for a moment, then said, "No, Senor, his eyesight cannot be that good."They headed north away and when they had put a hill between them and the carnage, they eased up on the horses. They decided to head farther north before circling back to town. "One more rise between us and…" said Dance.Miguel nodded in a way that said he knew nothing about the great outdoors, and they rode on.As the crest of the next rise, the grassland ended in front of them in a steep drop. The slope was steeper than anybody not being chased by bloodthirsty savages would want to ride down, thought Dance. But then he was torn from his geological and equestrian considerations by Miguel's soft gasp, "Madre de Dios."Dance raised his eyes to the horizon. The plain before him was marked by irregular black circles in the green as if the land itself had been afflicted with some kind of pox. He could see the river cutting back in from the left, and following its course, he's could see a harbor of sorts that had been cut into the riverbank. And above it, on a small hill was a tall tower of dark stone that taper to a point high above the plain. It made Dance feel uneasy to look directly at it. Resting in the river, in the shadow of the tower, was the warship that had attacked the Town of Grantham. Dance grunted. At least something had gone right about this scout. But the thought was interrupted by a strange, snuffling grunt. Dance looked over his shoulder and there, perhaps 30 yards away was the bear that was supposed to be sleeping off his meal. Before he could say anything to Miguel, the beast roared and charged them.When dance saw the bloody maw of the bear rushing towards them, he realized they were not going to escape. He yanked his horse around and together they plunged over the edge.The descent was so steep Dance had to lean back in his saddle -- stirrups jutting out alongside the animal's neck -- to keep from going over the horse's head. Dance thought the only way to descend faster would be to fall, but then Miguel came galloping past him on the left side.As they hit the plain below, he heard the roaring of the Bear on the hill behind them, and his horse needed no encouragement to gallop. Dance chanced a look over his shoulder and saw the bear coming down the crumbling dirt hill behind him. The bear tried to slow, but he could not keep his weight off his front paws. He slowly came over, crashed into the slope and started to roll.That ought to slow him down, thought Dance but when the bear reached the bottom, it rolled to its feet and kept running. Some days you et the bear and other days, well the bear et you. Dance was afraid he knew which one of those days this was going to be. He heard the bear getting closer behind him and could smell the hot copper of the blood on his breath. He tensed his back anticipating the swipe of a claw, but it did not come. Instead, his horse stumbled and he fell hard onto the prairie. The bear continued on in pursuit of Miguel and his horse. Dance struggled to his hands and knees and realized he was in a blackened area of the plain, a shallow crater, the lip of which had caused his horse to tumble. The burned area in the prairie was about 10 feet across and on the other side of it, he could see his horse getting back to its feet.He looked beyond his horse, hoping to see that Miguel had gotten away. But he was not surprised to see the monstrous bear pursued him still. There was a strange crackling noise in the air, from far away yet from all around. In the distance, he noticed the tower was shimmering. Waves of crackling electricity swept up the sides of the spire and gathered at the top in furious bands. In the distance Miguel still rode for all he was worth, trying to outrun the monstrous bear, but still, the bear gained. Miguel cut the horse hard around a crater, and the bear couldn't make the turn. It had to veer off and go the long way around the depression. Dance clenched his fist in excitement. It was a longshot, but with a few moves like that, Miguel might just survive. The bear was fast, but it didn't have endurance and it certainly couldn't turn like Miguel's fine quarter horse. Maybe, just maybe Miguel would get away.There was a blinding flash, a bolt of lightning seared an arc from the tower to the plain in front of him. It came to rest directly on Miguel and his horse. After the sizzle and flash came a clap of thunder so deafening Dance thought his teeth had been turned to powder. Then the ground where Miguel and his horse had been erupted in chunks of burning earth. Hunks of dirt and grass rain downed all around him, but Dance heard nothing but the ringing in his ears.His vision came back slowly and he did not like what he saw. There was nothing left of Miguel. The bear was off to one side, dazed, sitting over on his haunches, shaking his head like an old man who had gotten a hold of some bad moonshine. Dance turned and walked away.He had gone a few steps when he heard the bear running towards him. This time he did not turn. He thought to himself, Welp this is how I die. He resigned himself to it, lowering his head as he walked, but then he thought of Laura and the promise he had made to her. He thought of Mac and the angry spirit in that boy, the courage to defend his mother against a full-grown man. He wasn't sure that all the fighting he had done in his life had gotten him anywhere he had wanted to go, but inside him, the fear turned to anger once again.He spun on his boot heel and pulled his pistol with a fluid, long-practiced motion. The bear was now moving slower than before, but somehow it was more horrifying. The hair had been burned off half its face and snout and now it howled in rage and pain as it advanced."Yep," said Dance as he raised his pistol, "f**k you too." Dance took his time with the shots cocking the trigger with his thumb and carefully sighting before each pull. All six shots went home. The last one hit the bear in the head and glanced off the beast’s skull, leaving a red, angry canal along its brainpan. And still, the beast came. That was the moment he knew he was done for. He dropped his pistol and put a hand to his knife. Then he heard it again – that strange, sizzling, crackling sound – now coming from all around him close by. The beast was there charging not more than 10 feet away. At the last moment John Dance threw himself to the ground. The bear stopped short and reared up on its hind legs, roaring in triumph. It raised its paws, each as big as an anvil, and Dance had time to see the strings of carrion dangling from its claws. The world went white again. Dance’s body convulsed with electricity as hunks of bear meat rained down upon him. When it was over he lay very still and moaned quietly for a long time. The bear had been disintegrated by the lightning. From where Jon Dance lay he could see the burn marks in the grass where the bear’s feet had touched the earth. Without lifting his head, he scanned the horizon as best he could. There was nothing but open prairie, and when the wind blew the stench of cooked bear away he could smell the river. The tower on the horizon remained dark and motionless.He crawled like a snake, very slowly back towards the bluff. For an hour or so, he inched way along the ground in mortal tear of that sizzling sound he was certain would be his end. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit patrickemclean.substack.com
On this episode:Amber is focusing on the most dangerous part of your day... when it comes to your success. Tweetable Quotes"Once you've started the task... the scariest part is already done." -Amber Fuhriman"Ask yourself what your life would look like if you were to act before excuses could stop you." -Amber FuhrimanIf you are interested in connecting with Amber, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Connect with other incredible people looking to break out of the corporate mindset by joining the More Than Corporate Facebook group: http://bit.ly/2MuWn53Checkout Amber's Speaker Reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPj5OBvjrr0Schedule a connection call with Amber: https://calendly.com/amberfuhriman/connection-call?month=2021-05If you are interested in connecting with Amber, send an email to email@example.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ruth Ben-Ghiat, internationally acclaimed historian, speaker, and political commentator for CNN and The Washington Post, discusses whether the strongman style of rule is becoming more prevalent around the world, whether strongmen have been intentional about the ways they chip away at democracy, and what happens when strongmen feel like their power is eroding. Professor Ben-Ghiat's latest book is Strongmen: Mussolini to the Present.
Mark recounts a recent conversation with a client in which she wanted to create a profit sharing arrangement with an employee who had previously only worked for a standard hourly rate. The idea was that the profit sharing would incentivize this employee to do a good job, since the better the product sold the more money she would make, thereby "aligning" her compensation more closely with the company's goals. While in principle this is a good idea, Mark and Jesse both point out the dangerous precedent this kind of arrangement can create. For better or worse, hourly employees that receive extra compensation in the form of a profit share will come to expect that extra money. When it doesn't come, or the amount is less than normal, employees may be left wondering whether it was their fault, their work was not up to par, or perhaps the company is in trouble. At the very least, once some form of bonus compensation (whether it's an actual bonus or a profit share) is paid out regularly, it becomes difficult for a company to NOT pay it out going forward without upsetting or confusing employees. It's a precedent that is difficult to walk back in the event the company can no longer afford it. However, the principle of the idea is still sound, and in the right situation it can be a great way to align employees and business partners with the interestd of the business. Mark Butler, Virtual CFO https://markbutler.com https://letsdothebooks.com You Need a Budget https://www.youneedabudget.com
Charles Arthur – Social Warming, Social Media's Dangerous Effects - Charles Arthur is a journalist, author and speaker, writing on science and technology for over thirty years. He was technology editor of the Guardian from 2005–2014, and afterward carried out research into social division at Cambridge University. He is the author of two specialist books, Digital Wars and Cyber Wars. Get SOCIAL WARMING: THE DANGEROUS & POLARISING EFFECTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA on Amazon at In SOCIAL WARMING: THE DANGEROUS & POLARISING EFFECTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA, releasing August 10 2021 from Oneworld Publications, author and technology journalist of over 30 years, Charles Arthur, helps us understand the crisis being caused by social media and how we can put a stop to it. Please support the Break It Down Show by doing a monthly subscription to the show All of the money you invest goes directly to supporting the show! For the of this episode head to Haiku Social media Causing crisis left and right Can we stop it? Similar episodes: Adrian Goldsworthy DW Wilber Anna Simons Join us in supporting Save the Brave as we battle PTSD. Executive Producer/Host: Pete A Turner Producer: Damjan Gjorgjiev Writer: Dragan Petrovski The Break It Down Show is your favorite best, new podcast, featuring 5 episodes a week with great interviews highlighting world-class guests from a wide array of shows.
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Carter shares his anger over discovering California's perverted health care laws that exclude parents from involvement in the care of their own children. Next, he dismantles an NPR story designed to defend leftist groomers and mischaracterize criticism against them. Then he shares the findings from a recent paper in the Journal of Experimental Psychology that reveals that taking a neutral position on contentious issues in an effort to appease others actually backfires. He reviews a recent article exposing the large number of former spooks and NATO operatives employed by TikTok, and ends the show with a defense of technology and pushback against blanket anti-transhumanism. The video version of this episode is available here: https://unsafespace.com/ep0775 Links Referenced in the Show: California's minor consent and confidentiality laws regarding health care: https://www.altamed.org/sites/default/files/2019CaMinorConsentConfChartFull.pdf NPR groomer apology article: https://www.npr.org/2022/05/11/1096623939/accusations-grooming-political-attack-homophobic-origins "When and Why 'Staying out of It' Backfires in Moral and Political Disagreements" cheat sheet: https://spsp.org/sites/default/files/Ike-Silver.pdf "When and Why 'Staying out of It' Backfires in Moral and Political Disagreements" full paper: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/594d74ab1b631b0c28cdf456/t/6263a5367b211a35fe6c968c/1650697530782/2022-54630-001.pdf Keith Olbermann belittles a mom for homeschooling: https://twitter.com/KeithOlbermann/status/1523407754504798209 The NATO to TikTok Pipeline: https://www.mintpressnews.com/nato-tiktok-pipeline-why-tiktok-employing-national-security-agents/280336/ Elon Musk and the Transhuman Wing of Conservative, Inc.: https://joebot.substack.com/p/elon-musk-and-the-transhuman-wing?r=d62ea&s=w&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=email About Dangerous Thoughts Hosted by Carter, "Dangerous Thoughts" is a series dedicated to practical and applied philosophy, as well as deeper dives into other crucial but complex topics. Its goal is to help rational individuals become more dangerous to the intellectual and psychological enemies of the principles upon which Western Civilization was built and has thrived. Thanks for Watching! The best way to follow Unsafe Space, no matter which platforms ban us, is to visit: https://unsafespace.com While we're still allowed on YouTube, please don't forget to verify that you're subscribed, and to like and share this episode. You can find us there at: https://unsafespace.com/channel For episode clips, visit: https://unsafespace.com/clips Other video platforms on which our content can be found include: LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@unsafe BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/unsafespace/ Also, come join our community of dangerous thinkers at the following social media sites...at least until we get banned: Censorship-averse platforms: Gab: @unsafe Minds: @unsafe Locals: unsafespace.locals.com Parler: @unsafespace Telegram Chat: https://t.me/joinchat/H4OUclXTz4xwF9EapZekPg Censorship-happy platforms: Twitter: @_unsafespace Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unsafepage Instagram: @_unsafespace MeWe: https://mewe.com/p/unsafespace Support the content that you consume by visiting: https://unsafespace.com/donate Finally, don't forget to announce your status as a wrong-thinker with some Unsafe Space merch, available at: https://unsafespace.com/shop
Briefing Room scribe Curtis Houck was rejoined by his usual fill-in co-host Nick “Night Train” Fondacaro to reflect on the end of an era with Jen Psaki's departure from the White House Briefing Room. The guys offered their thoughts on Team Biden's chief spin agent and shared a few highlights on her successor. They also discussed the team's latest study on the liberal media's bias against pro-lifers, The View's support for harassing Supreme Court justices, and the MRC's inaugural Bulldog Awards.
Quincy Institute's Grand Strategy Director George Beebe: U.S. Goal to Degrade Russia's Military Risks Dangerous Escalation Between Two Nuclear Powers Connecticut State Rep. Matt Blumenthal: Connecticut Passes 1st in Nation Comprehensive Bill Making State an Abortion Safe HavenThe Nation national affairs correspondent John Nichols: Demanding Accountability for America's Coronavirus Criminals and ProfiteersBob Nixon's Under-reported News Summary• Europe slaps new regulations on Big Tech• Pennsylvania GOP primary draws backing from billionaires• 30 years after the riots, how far has LA come?
What is the most dangerous quality a leader can have? Ego. Having an ego in itself isn't bad. But what hurts a lot of leaders is having an ego that goes unchecked. As you grow and excel in your career, you're going to get more power, authority, responsibility, and money. And as that happens, it's only natural that your ego is going to grow. As a result, you start to think that your ideas are better than everybody else's and that you shouldn't be questioned or challenged. This is when the downward spiral typically begins. In addition to creating a toxic work culture, you start to miss out on opportunities to create new products and services, and you start to make bad decisions. But the good news is there are a few things that you can do to avoid having this happen to you: 1. Practice empathy 2. Embrace and develop self awareness 3. Surround yourself with diverse people who are smarter and more talented than you 4. Get out of the ivory tower and spend time with people across different seniority levels and different functions in the organization 5. Practice saying I don't know Keep your ego in check as you grow and develop as a leader. Don't let ego kill your career and your leadership potential. --------------------- This episode is sponsored by SAP Concur. Integrate travel, expense, and invoice processes into one seamless, connected platform, for complete visibility into employee spend. Learn more at www.concur.com. --------------------- The #1 challenge for organizations right now is how to attract and retain talent. Organizations are stuck in old ways of thinking about work and they are struggling! In my new PDF, I outline 7 ways the workforce is changing and what you and your organization need to do to adapt. The Great Resignation is The Great Opportunity if you are willing to take action! Click here to download the PDF. --------------------- Get the latest insights on the Future of Work, Leadership and employee experience through my daily newsletter at futureofworknewsletter.com Let's connect on social! Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jacobmorgan8 Instagram: https://instagram.com/jacobmorgan8 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/jacobm Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FuturistJacob
It's known as the most dangerous hotel in the world, but Frying Pan Tower once saved countless lives as ship navigators tried to avoid the Graveyard of the Atlantic off the North Carolina coast. Built by the U.S. Coast Guard in the 1960s, it was abandoned, but now saved by a Charlotte man trying to restore it. We spend two nights on the tower to visit, explore and see it all firsthand as the efforts to preserve it continue before the rusty tower falls into the ocean with the countless shipwrecks nearby.
It's too little, too late. The White House has finally condemned protesters for harassing Supreme court judges outside their personal residences, yet the president himself has still said nothing. This tells me he's not doing enough to stop the protests — and, as such, he's putting our country in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Biden‘s Ministry of truth is being exposed for what it is… A political operation designed to stifle conservative speech. Join me for a look at these stories and much more on today's program. Get more for me on my website, https://trishintel.com and follow me on social media including on twitter @trish_regan and on truth social @Trish Regan. Connect directly with me and support the show On https://trishregan.locals.com. Today's links: https://legacypminvestments.com https://fathomevents.com Support the show: https://trishregan.store/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Anger isn't an emotion I experience often or really one that was even on my radar in terms of processing. I couldn't even recall a memory from childhood when I was angry. After an EVOX session on anger I realized just how dissociated I have been from this emotion. Interview Links Podcast: https://www.theaccrescent.com/podcast-ep-72-evox-series-money-patterns/ (Ep. 72 EVOX Series - Money Summary) Book: https://amzn.to/3sr0Yt0 (Heal Your Body by Louise Hay) Book: https://amzn.to/3L2P2V3 (The Encyclopedia of Ailments & Diseases by Jaques Martel) Connect & Learn More https://www.theaccrescent.com/ (Website) https://www.instagram.com/theaccrescent/ (Instagram) https://www.tiktok.com/@theaccrescent?lang=en (Tiktok) https://www.facebook.com/theaccrescent (Facebook)
In this episode, I visit with dance educator and author Mary Bawden. She began choreographing dance within church services in 1994. In 2016, she noticed a dangerous trend in children's dance and founded DA:NCE (Dance Awareness: No Child Exploited) in an effort to raise awareness and educate others to take action and stop the hypersexualization of children in dance choreography, costumes, and music. Alongside dance ministry, she developed the Soul to Sole Choreography method transforming dance movement into prayer-in-motion, providing education and resources to support a Christian dance ministry. Mary Bawden received a BA in modern dance from the University of California Riverside, a MA in worship (emphasis in dance) from Hope International University in Fullerton CA, and a California secondary teaching credential.
TODAY´S EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE FLOW RESEARCH COLLECTIVE Are you an entrepreneur, a leader, or a knowledge worker, who wants to harness the power of flow so you can get more done in less time with greater ease and accomplish your boldest professional goals faster? If you´ve answered this question with “hell yes” then our peak-performance training Zero to Dangerous may be a good fit for you. If this sounds of interest to you all you need to do is go to getmoreflow.com right now, pop in your application and one of our team members will be in touch with you very soon. ABOUT THE GUEST: Dr. Sahar Yousef's lab studies the science of productivity and performance and how to “Make Superhumans.” She trains busy leaders and their teams to apply these strategies to get their most important work done, in less time, with less stress. Dr. Sahar's expertise include the neuroscience of focus and distraction, energy management, burnout prevention, prioritization and schedule optimization, high-performance nutrition, creativity and innovation, learning and memory, sleep efficiency, nootropics and performance-enhancers, long-term habit formation, remote work. ABOUT THE EPISODE: In this episode, you will learn about: How Dr. Sahar help leaders (1:20) The 4 Layers of Performance (2:58) How To Sustain Peak Performance (4:48) Misconceptions About Remote Work (14:08) The Phenomenon of Cognitive Neuroplasticity (29:12) From Academia to Business World (35:50) Solution for Burnout (41:38) RESOURCES LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/saharyousef/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/becomingsuperhumanlab STEVEN KOTLER is a New York Times bestselling author, award-winning journalist, and Founder and Executive Director of the Flow Research Collective. He is one of the world's leading experts on human performance. His books include The Art of Impossible, Stealing Fire, and The Rise of Superman. His work has been translated into over 40 languages and appeared in over 100 publications, including the New York Times Magazine, Wall Street Journal, TIME, Wired, Atlantic Monthly, The Harvard Business Review and Forbes.
Dr. Al Grauer hosts. Dr. Albert D. Grauer ( @Nmcanopus ) is an observational asteroid hunting astronomer. Dr. Grauer retired from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2006. travelersinthenight.org Today's 2 topics: - Gennady Borisov's new asteroid, 2015 RH2, has a diameter about one and a half times the size of a football field. - 2015 PU228 was thought to be the asteroid most likely to collide with Earth in this century. We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
Heart attack and stroke are leading causes of death worldwide. Current treatments are aimed at prevention-- using various medications to control the health of the circulatory system. This week's podcast speaks with Dr. Oki O'Connor, Co-CEO of Underdog Pharmaceuticals. Dr. O'Connor discusses the cellular basis of atherosclerosis, and how modified cholesterol play a central role in its development. We then discuss the ability of a cyclical carbohydrate called cyclodextrin to sequester cholesterol, and how this company has used computer modeling to modify cyclodextrins to limit and potentially reverse cardiovascular disease. There are also potential ramifications in Alzheimer's Disease prevention and treatment.
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On Wed.'s ep. of No Dunks, the guys discuss Morant saving the Grizzlies-Warriors series, Dillon Brooks getting ejected for his flagrant foul and whether he should be suspended for injuring Gary Payton II, Jaylen Brown bouncing back from a rough Game 1 in Boston, Grant Williams' elite defense on Giannis, Herro being named Sixth Man of the Year, Inside Trax/Tracks, and more.
This episode originally published in October 2021 as the first installment of our “Most Dangerous Branch” miniseries about the Supreme Court. Vox senior correspondent Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser) talks with NYU professor Melissa Murray about the future of Roe v. Wade, specifically discussing some of the legal theories used to chip away at the law. References: What we know and don't know on the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade draft opinion Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows Credits: Sofi LaLonde, producer and engineer Libby Nelson, editorial adviser Amber Hall, deputy editorial director of talk podcasts Sign up for The Weeds newsletter each Friday: vox.com/weedsletter Want to support The Weeds? Please consider making a donation to Vox: bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices