While I've discussed the topic of seed oils in past episodes, I wanted to highlight it more in today's episode and give you a real evidence based and real world reaction when it comes to seed oils. I want us to think logically about this topic and not think of it solely through trying to get social media engagement or spark some controversy. Topics include: - Debate Around Seed Oils - Previous Episode on Seed Oils - The Naturalist Fallacy - Background On This Topic - Thinking Logically About This Topic - Social Media Engagement Angle - Taking Everything In ---------- No-Cost Coaching Resources and Gifts for Our Listeners The Check-In Checklist: https://www.academy.sammillerscience.com/checklist [Free] Metabolism School 101: The Video Series http://www.metabolismschool.com/metabolism-101 ---------- Grab a Copy of My New Book - Metabolism Made Simple ---------- My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization www.metabolismschool.com ---------- Stay Connected Blogs and Coaching Resources: www.Sammillerscience.com Instagram: @sammillerscience Facebook: The Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative TikTok: @sammillerscience - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdPVQtMH/ ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at email@example.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast."
"Weighing the Truth: BMI and the Debunking of 'Healthy Obesity' Myth." Dive deep with us as we tackle the latest study shedding light on the intricate relationship between BMI, age, and metabolic health. Is "healthy obesity" a real phenomenon or just another health myth waiting to be busted? Join us as we dissect the findings, unravel the implications for athletes, and uncover the reality that lies beneath the scales.
“A woman steps into HER FULL POWER not when she is finally given permission to do so, but when she realizes she never needed it in the first place.” If the world is going to label you a bitch, you might as well be a bad bitch according to Lisa Carmen Wang. As a USA champion gymnast, angel & crypto investor, serial entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and executive coach, Lisa is also the Founder of the Bad Bitch Empire and the author of The Bad Bitch Business Bible, a revolutionary guide for women to break free of the Good Girl Brainwashing that keeps us muted, disempowered, and dis-regulated. It's available everywhere this September 26th! In today's episode, Lisa Carmen Wang talks with us about the Bad Bitch Empire's commitment to building unapologetic worth and wealth for women, by investing in female-led businesses creating exponential impact. We discuss her gold medal mentality and the mission Lisa is on to reclaim the word bitch by redefining it as a woman who takes charge unapologetically of her body, her boundaries, and her bank account. She shares insights into commanding the money, power, and respect you deserve as a woman in business, how the incessant striving for excellence within her own journey mirrored the unaligned expectations that patriarchy often places on female success, and the exercises she used to level up out of this space to reach a lane of her own fortified abundance. Tune in, and find out how Lisa maintains this evolved relationship to money and so much more! We talked about: Discipline + committing to long-term goals Creative freedom + investing in yourself Good-girl brainwashing Commanding wealth + owning your innate power External success vs. internal worthiness Taking personal + professional inventory The importance of feedback Reframing our relationship to money Debunking investing as a woman Creating impact + provoking change The energetics of money Members of our Entreprenista League get access to live Office Hours with top founders that have been on our show! Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Connect with Lisa: Instagram Website Podcast Are you ready to make meaningful business connections that lead to real business results? Join our Entreprenista League community of women founders! You'll have access to a private community of like-minded Entreprenistas who are making an impact in business every day, special discounts on business products and solutions, exclusive content, private events, the opportunity to have your story featured on our website and social channels, and MORE! Whether you're looking to scale your existing business and want to make the right connections, or you're thinking about finally taking the leap to launch your business, we're here to give you access to a community of women who will celebrate and support you every step of the way. Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Become An Entreprenista! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of The Entreprenista Podcast - the most fun business meeting for women founders and leaders. . If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Radio | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes across social media to help us reach more amazing female founders, like you. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram, and LinkedIn and for more exclusive content, tips, and insight, join our community of founders right here.
All Elite Wrestling's Tony Khan met with the media to discuss the company's upcoming PPV WrestleDream which airs on Sunday, October 1st live from the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, WA. On the call, Tony Khan discusses Jade Cargill signing with WWE, Debunking the rumors of him buying New Japan Pro Wrestling, MJF as a babyface, and more!
What can be done to treat chronic illnesses? That's just what we do in our riveting discussion with Dr. Chris Turnpaugh in this week's episode of the Biohacking Superhuman Performance podcast. We venture into the tricky terrains of Lyme Disease and MCAS, highlighting the controversies surrounding their testing. You'll hear a compelling anecdote about a patient who had a startling reaction to gluten while battling Lyme disease. This story leads us into a discussion of immune responses, specifically post-traumatic immune responses. We weave together the intriguing connection between long COVID and long Lyme, even exploring the potential impact of the notorious spike protein. Our conversation takes a turn toward hidden health risks and the pressing need for early detection. We also discuss the potent combination of peptides and estrogen in its formula and how it can enhance endurance and muscle strength. Dr. Chris Turnpaugh is the owner and President of Turnpaugh Health, a company with over 65 employees and 5 locations. Dr. Turnpaugh is a skilled practitioner whose primary focus is on finding and addressing the root cause of disease. His interest in functional medicine began with the intent on helping a current patient who was looking to address his whole health picture after an ALS diagnosis. His passion for functional medicine led him to open the Turnpaugh Health and Wellness Center in 1999. He has extensive experience in supporting patients who are dealing with the most difficult, chronic, autoimmune and neurological health conditions. Over 4 years ago he started the Livegevity program, a program dedicated to maximizing life and health span. He has lectured on a wide variety of topics both Nationally and Internationally. Visit https://healthgev.com/ and use code LONGEVITY to save. Thank you to our sponsors for making this episode possible: Palleovalley: Go to paleovalley.com/nathalie to save 15% on your order. Berkley Life: Use code NIDDBL at www.berkeleylife.com Profound Help: Go to www.profound-health.com/?Aff=Longevity15 and use code Longevity15 Find more from Nathalie: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmholC48MqRC50UffIZOMOQ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/biohackingsuperhumanperformance Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nathalieniddam/ Website: NatNiddam.com Join Nat's Membership Community: https://www.natniddam.com/bsp-community Work with Nat: Book Your 20 Minute Optimization Consult: https://calendly.com/nniddam/intro-call?month=2021-08 Find more from Dr. Chris Turnpaugh: Website: https://troscriptions.com/ and https://home-sf.co/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drscottsherr/ What we discuss: (0:00:03) - A Conversation on Complex Medical Cases (0:06:31) - Lyme Disease and McAs Treatment (0:11:22) - Immune Responses to Lyme Disease (0:25:05) - Using Rejuvenate to Calm Autoimmune Response (0:31:07) - The Power of Therapeutic Supplements (0:42:29) - BPC 157's Effect on Body and Brain (0:48:03) - Uncovering Hidden Health Risks and Solutions (0:54:22) - Benefits of Pepty Strong in Supplements Key takeaways: The antibodies for lyme disease can be reactivated in the absence of the pathogen due to memory B cells. This is not the same thing as being reinfected, thus would require a different approach for treatment. This reaction is the reason why some people believe they can never be cured from Lyme disease. Spike proteins are a type of protein found on the surface of certain viruses, most notably SARS-CoV-2. These proteins play a critical role in the virus's ability to infect host cells and is important in vaccines. When the immune system encounters this spike protein, it generates an immune response, including the production of antibodies. The impact of this immune response takes a bigger toll on the body than pharmaceutical companies make it seem. BPC and PTA are a powerful peptide combination. Studies demonstrate it to be extremely effective in reducing pain and accelerating tissue repair.
In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on September 18, 2023, Patrick talks about the Establishment's obsession with narrative management and their relentless war against populism, on both the Left and the Right, and the Center too. The propaganda has reached epic heights with the narrative constructed around the January 6th staged provocation is historically congruent to the Reichstag fire false flag which the Nazis used to criminalize their opposition and enact emergency powers. All this and more. TUNE-IN LIVE to TNT RADIO for the Patrick Henningsen Show every MON-FRI at 12PM-2PM (NEW YORK) | 5PM-7PM (LONDON) | 2AM-4AM (BRISBANE): https://tntradio.live
Unlock the Secrets to Healthier Living—All While Learning The English Language! Tired of snooze-worthy English lessons? Adept English https://adeptenglish.com/ brings you a riveting lesson https://adeptenglish.com/lessons/ that does more than just teach you English—it wakes you up to the myths surrounding BMI! Grab the opportunity to tweak your health and your language skills all in ONE shot. Why You Just Can't Miss This Lesson:
Sarita Scherpereel is a successful realtor and investor with a focus on House Hacking to help her clients build investment portfolios! Sarita jumps right in by sharing how she got started in real estate, built her business, and chose House Hacking as an area of focus. She shares tremendous value on how to analyze House Hacks and debunks several myths commonly associated with this strategy. Sarita discusses acquisitions utilizing multiple strategies including short-term, mid-term, and long-term rentals; all within the same property! Throughout the show, Sarita emphasizes the importance of surrounding yourself with a great team to do the first deal right and set yourself up for growth! If you enjoy today's episode, please leave us a review and share with someone who may also find value in this content! Connect with Mark and Tom: StraightUpChicagoInvestor.com Email the Show: StraightUpChicagoInvestor@gmail.com Guests: Sarita Scherpereel, Kale Realty Link: Sarita's Instagram Link: SUCI Ep 238 - Mike Facchini Link: First Ascent Climbing & Fitness Link: The Power of Now (Book Recommendation) ----------------- Guest Questions 04:56 Housing Provider Tip: Keep up with HVAC system servicing as preventative maintenance! 07:13 Intro to our guest, Sarita Scherpereel! 08:38 Sarita's start in real estate. 16:13 Choosing House Hacking as a niche! 23:57 Best activities for new Realtors to build their business! 28:33 Debunking the myths of House Hacking! 33:10 Mid-Term Rentals and Furnished Finder! 40:38 House Hacking in West Town. 45:28 Outlook on West Town. 48:25 What is Sarita's competitive advantage? 49:41 One piece of advice for new investors. 50:08 What do you do for fun? 50:55 Good book, podcast, or self development activity that you would recommend? 52:41 Local Network Recommendation? 54:09 How can the listeners learn more about you and provide value to you? ----------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media Copyright of Straight Up Chicago Investor 2023.
Ever felt like no matter what you achieve, something's still missing? That's a dilemma we tackle in our enlightening conversation with Karyn Seitz, the happiness mentor. Karyn takes us along on her transformative journey from self-destruction to becoming her own beacon of purpose and meaning. She shares how she discovered that happiness, contrary to popular belief, isn't an emotion, but a state of being. Listen in as she reveals the key to not just surviving, but truly thriving even when life's storms hit.The old saying goes, "The only constant in life is change," but what if the real constant is ourselves? We dive into the exploration of self-discovery and how taking responsibility for our actions can unlock the door to happiness. Through our candid discussion, we dismantle the idea that external achievements equate to internal fulfillment, exposing the often-overlooked internal struggles riddled with self-doubt and unhappiness. Karyn also shares her practical steps to cultivate inner happiness amidst chaos. If you're on the quest for well-being and genuine happiness, this enlightening conversation is just what you need to embark on your journey.Learn more about Karyn and how she can help you at https://www.karynseitz.comHow do you sail through life? Join me on this endeavor! Support the show. I would love to grow this amazing support community.If you have any thoughts on today's episode, or topics you'd like me to further touch on, reach me through my WEBSITE at SailingThroughLifePodcast.comStay Anchored ⚓Music Credit: Alex_MakeMusic ** Sailing Through Life Podcast is intended to educate, inspire and support you on your personal journey and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. All content is for general informational purposes only. If you are suffering from any psychological or medical conditions, please seek help from a qualified health professional.
The US government has spent an estimated $1 trillion on their 'war on drugs.' But, over more than 50 years, the cross-border flows of illegal drugs, arms and money have increased. It's a mess. And it didn't need to be this way. We look at the failed so-called 'war on drugs' and how to stop wasting precious lives. In part one of a two part series, we start with the supposed 'goodies' and the 'baddies.' Featuring: Criminology lecturer Karina Garcia-Reyes of the University of the West of England, author of Morir Es Un Alivio (Dying is a Relief) Las Reveladoras Historias De 12 Ex-narcos Que Lograron Escapar Del Crimen Organizado. Available in Spanish here https://www.amazon.co.uk/Morir-alivio-Dying-Relief-Reveladoras/dp/6070777298/ref=sr_1_1?crid=SC60TMBCGZVM&keywords=morir+es+un+alivio&qid=1674560099&sprefix=morir+es+un+alivio%2Caps%2C64&sr=8-1 Eric Gutierrez, of the International Centre of Human Rights and Drug Policy https://www.hr-dp.org/contents/1620 Associate Professor of International and Organised Crime at Bristol Law School, Dr Mary Young https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mary-Young-13 Further Reading: Inside Mexico's war on drugs: Conversations with ‘el narco' https://theconversation.com/inside-mexicos-war-on-drugs-conversations-with-el-narco-129865 Poverty, gender and violence in the narratives of former narcos: accounting for drug trafficking violence in Mexico (Karina Garcia-Reyes) https://research-information.bris.ac.uk/ws/portalfiles/portal/193726176/Final_Copy_2018_11_06_Garcia_K_G_PhD_Redacted.pdf Debunking the Narco Myth https://www.mexicoviolence.org/post/debunking-the-narco-myth A world fit for money laundering: The Atlantic alliance's undermining of organised crime control: Young, Mary Alice; Woodiwiss, Michael https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/5935899 Organised crime and security threats in Caribbean Small Island Developing States: A Critical analysis of US assumptions and policies: Young, Mary; Woodiwiss, Michael https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/849208 More podcasts are available on our website https://www.thetaxcast.com where you can also subscribe.
MeidasTouch host Ben Meiselas debunks the attacks by Donald Trump, his adult kids Eric and Don Jr., and right-wing media that Judge Engoron ruled that Mar-A-Lago is valued at $18 million. Meiselas shows how the judge was citing the tax assessor and that the Trump's fought for the lower valuation to pay less taxes. Thanks to our sponsor Zniotics! Head to zbiotics.com/MEIDAS to get 15% off your first order when you use MEIDAS at checkout. Remember to subscribe to ALL the Meidas Media Podcasts: MeidasTouch: https://pod.link/1510240831 Legal AF: https://pod.link/1580828595 The PoliticsGirl Podcast: https://pod.link/1595408601 The Influence Continuum: https://pod.link/1603773245 Kremlin File: https://pod.link/1575837599 Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen: https://pod.link/1530639447 The Weekend Show: https://pod.link/1612691018 The Tony Michaels Podcast: https://pod.link/1561049560 American Psyop: https://pod.link/1652143101 Burn the Boats: https://pod.link/1485464343 Majority 54: https://pod.link/1309354521 Political Beatdown: https://pod.link/1669634407 Lights On with Jessica Denson: https://pod.link/1676844320 Uncovered: https://pod.link/1690214260 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“…[low] estimated… total death toll from 20th-century communism…”—Steven W. Mosher, Epoch Times China: 65 million deaths USSR: 20 million deaths North Korea: 2 million deaths Cambodia: 2 million deaths Africa: 1.7 million deaths Afghanistan: 1.5 million deaths Vietnam: 1 million deaths Eastern Europe: 1 million deaths Latin America: 150,000 deathsAre you ready to debunk the myth of the Bible promoting socialism or communism? We're about to reveal why this concept might not hold ground as many believe, by taking a closer look at the biblical teachings and parables of Jesus Christ. We'll dissect the principle of free will and individual ownership and explore how these align with the teachings of Christianity. We'll also take a deep dive into an alarming article titled 'The Biggest Killing Machine in Human History' that highlights the grim repercussions of 20th-century communism, offering a solid perspective on the different shades of godless evil it spawned.As we journey on, we also want to remind our listeners about the significance of staying connected with us, and how their support by subscribing to the American Soul podcast helps us keep the conversation going. But it's not just about keeping the show running; it's also about acknowledging the blessings we receive from God and the essential role of prayer in our lives. It's about understanding that faith in God and the Bible is not just an abstract concept, but a guiding principle that can enrich our everyday lives. So, join us on the American Soul podcast as we explore these intriguing topics and more.Support the showThe American Soul Podcasthttps://www.buzzsprout.com/1791934/subscribe
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This podcast is sponsored by ShopC60.com. C60 is a powerful, Nobel Prize-winning antioxidant, that helps to optimize mitochondrial function, fights inflammation, and neutralizes toxic free radicals! I'm a big fan of using C60 in conjunction with your keto and intermittent fasting lifestyle to support your immune system, help your body detox, and increase energy and mental clarity. My favorite C60 products for Keto & IF lifestyles include C60 Purple Power in Organic MCT Coconut Oil (can add this to your coffee) and their delicious Sugar-Free C60 Gummies (made with allulose and monk fruit)! If you are over the age of 40, and you'd like to kick fatigue and brain fog to the curb this year, visit shopc60.com and use the coupon code “JOCKERS” for 15% OFF and start taking back control over your health today! This episode is also brought to you by Paleovalley's Grass Fed Organ Complex, a game-changer for those looking to benefit from traditional superfoods without tolerating their taste or engaging in extensive cooking. Paleovalley's Grass Fed Organ Complex is a standout among their impressive lineup. It features not one but THREE organs sourced from healthy, 100% grass-fed, pasture-raised cows, delivering a diverse array of essential nutrients. For a limited time, you can enjoy a generous 15% discount on the Grass Fed Organ Complex by using the code "JOCKERS" or visiting Paleovalley.com/jockers. Intermittent fasting, extended fasting, the top fasting myths, and the history and truths of fasting! Dr. Jockers is back with his favorite subject, and this time he's in conversation with Ben Azadi. Ben is the author of four bestselling books, including 'Keto Flex (link below) and he has been the go-to source for intermittent fasting and the ketogenic diet. He is also the host of the Keto Camp podcast and boasts a huge online following. Starting with an appreciation of our body's innate intelligence that kicks into gear when we start to fast, Ben and Dr. Jockers speak enthusiastically about autophagy as they debunk fasting myths. Learn about the different fasting strategies men and women should embrace, and how to challenge your body's metabolic system in a healthy way. Ben and Dr. Jockers also cover some of the mistakes people make when they're just starting out on their journey, so there's great advice to be had there too if you're new to intermittent fasting yourself! Not to mention understanding a keto diet to get 'fat adapted'. Please join us and please share this episode with someone who you think could derive benefit from this impactful content on an ancient remedy to heal our bodies that is enjoying renewed airtime as people like Ben and Dr. Jockers speak to the restorative power of fasting. “Fasting is like a major reset button. You eliminate the interference. You allow your digestive system to take a break." - Ben Azadi Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple Podcast Stitcher Spotify PodBean TuneIn Radio In This Episode: What happens when we start to fast? How our innate intelligence gets to work on cellular repair Debunking fasting myths Appreciating how hunger was a drive for our ancestors Appreciating the distinction between men and women when it comes to fasting Debunking the caloric deficit myth What are some of the more common mistakes people make with intermittent fasting? How do you get started on a keto diet? How do you get 'fat adapted'? Tips to improve digestion while trying out a keto diet The importance of keeping your electrolytes up How do we keep mTOR under control? Unpacking the 'feast famine cycle' (or keto flex) Don't go overboard with the fasting (remember to feast!) How to measure your adaptability and resilience What are Ben's top fasting recovery strategies? Appreciating Vitamin G - Gratitude! The power of red light therapy, grounding, and quality sleep! Believing that the body was built to heal itself Resources: Paleovalley Grass Fed Organ Complex Shop Carbon 60 - Use the coupon code "JOCKERS" for 15% OFF your first order in all their products! Connect with Ben Azadi: Website - https://www.benazadi.com/ Podcast - The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi on Apple Podcasts Keto Flex (book) - Keto Flex: The 4 Secrets to Reduce Inflammation, Burn Fat & Reboot Your Metabolism - Kindle edition by Azadi, Ben. Health, Fitness & Dieting Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com. Connect with Dr. Jockers: Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjockers/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidJockers YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/djockers Website – https://drjockers.com/ If you are interested in being a guest on the show, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us here! - https://drjockers.com/join-us-dr-jockers-functional-nutrition-podcast/
I'm so excited to talk to Eric Clopper, an attorney and fierce advocate for human rights and freedom of speech. In America, we genitally mutilate more than 3,000 boys every day for no medical reason. Eric has been fighting against this barbaric, life-altering practice, which I believe is the root of so many of our societal problems. Eric has taken up this taboo issue with courage, tenacity, and integrity. In 2018, Eric was a Harvard professor who became known for his play, "Sex & Circumcision: An American Love Story,” which advocates for a child's right to be free from genital mutilation. Eric was labeled a “nudist anti-Semitic ranter,” and was terminated from his position. He sued Harvard for breach of contract, and his case currently rests with the US Supreme Court. In fact, his Harvard case is coming up for review at SCOTUS – today! Eric recently published a YouTube video (Is Male Child Mutilation Still Legal in the US?) which explains the crux of the case and links to the briefs. In today's episode, we talk about Eric's groundbreaking play and the status of his lawsuit. We also explore the history of circumcision, its current methods, and how it warps men's psyches, sexual experience, and pleasure. Eric debunks the myths around why circumcision is medically necessary and delves into the biased science. Then, we discuss the very real trauma of circumcision, both short-term for infants and lifelong for grown men. This is a conversation that many – especially mutilated men – aren't comfortable having. Eric and I are here to shatter that taboo and hopefully save tens of thousands of future men from this torturous practice. You can visit clopper.com to support litigation to end male genital mutilation. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is presented for educational and exploratory purposes only. Published content is not intended to be used for diagnosing or treating any illness. Those responsible for this show disclaim responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information presented by Luke or his guests. Please consult with your healthcare provider before using any products referenced. This podcast may contain paid endorsements for products or services. THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: SILVER BIOTICS | Get 30% off when you go to silverbiotics.com and use code LUKE at checkout. TIMELINE NUTRITION | Use code “LUKE10” for 10% of any 2, 4 or 12-month Mitopure plans at timelinenutrition.com. HVMN | Get 30% off your first subscription at hvmn.com/luke. NOOTOPIA | Go to nootopia.com/lukegenius and use code 'LUKE10' for 10% off. MORE ABOUT THIS EPISODE: (01:21) The Trauma of Circumcision (17:01) How Eric Lost His Job & His Best friend (30:53) How Circumcision Warps Our Sexuality (51:07) The Barbaric Methods of Circumcision (01:08:01) Is Circumcision Healthier? Debunking the Myths (01:24:55) 5 Censored Facts & Foreskin Restoration (01:45:34) Eric's Case Against Harvard Resources: • Website: clopper.com • Instagram: @cloppersays • Facebook: Eric Clopper • X: @ClopperSays • YouTube: @EricClopper • Watch: Sex & Circumcision: An American Love Story • Read: Sex & Circumcision: An American Love Story by Eric Clopper • Join health and sovereignty leaders in a unique gathering on a regenerative farm under a “Ring of Fire” solar eclipse october 12-15 in Bandera, Texas (Use code STOREY10 for 10% off tickets at confluence2023.com) • Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com • Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram The Life Stylist is produced by Crate Media.
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/560saldistefano Sal Di Stefano (IG: @mindpumpdistefano) is the co-founder of Mind Pump Media and co-host of Mind Pump, an online radio show/podcast that is dedicated to providing truthful fitness and health information. He is dedicated to prioritizing health over appearance, and he aims to shift the direction of the fitness industry from aesthetic- and insecurity-based to one based in self-love and self-care. Sal's the author of The Resistance Training Revolution: The No-Cardio Way to Burn Fat and Age-Proof Your Body―in Only 60 Minutes a Week. In this episode, we discuss: The root cause of today's health crisis Build a healthy relationship with exercise & nutrition The action of self-care Your body's ability to adapt Strength training provides results The benefits of resistance training Muscle produces anti-cancer compounds The connection between insulin and cancer The connection between muscle & longevity Strength training improves bone density Rebuilding muscle mass as you age The concept of muscle memory How to get started with resistance training + types of movement Get your testosterone levels tested Sal's experience with TRT (testosterone replacement therapy) Stay away from SARMs (selective androgen receptor modulators) The world of peptides The facts about Ozempic for weight loss Sal's opinion on amino acids Animal protein vs. protein shakes for satiety Debunking resistance training myths The 4 step approach to sustainable weight loss How Sal overcame his dysfunctional relationship with exercise & diet A spiritual practice is essential for health The cornerstone goals of Mind Pump Media Take inventory of your life How to take the first step Show sponsor: AirDoctor
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The Sennheiser 416 has become an industry-standard tool. Being a “shotgun” mic (or in tech terms a super-cardioid) the microphone is extremely sensitive in a very narrow field. For this reason, it is often used on film sets where the mic needs to be a little farther away from the actor's mouth (so it's not in the frame), and the production team wants to capture the actor's voice without capturing background noise in the room. These qualities also make it extremely versatile for use in home voiceover studios! But who first decided a Shotgun would be great for Voice Over, and why is it now an industry standard? A big shout out to our sponsors, Austrian Audio and Tri Booth. Both these companies are providers of QUALITY Audio Gear (we wouldn't partner with them unless they were), so please, if you're in the market for some new kit, do us a solid and check out their products, and be sure to tell em "Robbo, George, Robert, and AP sent you"... 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The discussion covers the technicalities of the legendary 41 six microphone, its proximity effect, and how its placement profoundly influences the output. Renowned rock and roll voiceover artist Steve Britton's microphone technique is highlighted, including how he utilizes the aggressive nature of the mic to enhance his voice. The hosts also discuss other microphones such as the eight one eight, the SM Seven, and the 4116, comparing their various characteristics and potential uses. Additionally, they touch upon potential changes in the industry due to the advent of AI voices. The podcast concludes with advice for individuals dealing with their own audio issues, encouraging listeners to explore and make the most out of their equipment like iPhone mic, acknowledging how surprisingly good it can sound when used correctly. Check out theproaudiosuite.com for more information and use the code Trip a P 200 for $200 off your tribooth. #ProAudioSuite #VoiceoverTechTips #TriboothDiscounts Timestamps [00:00:00] Intro: Welcome to Pro Audio Suite [00:00:30] Exploring the Proximity Effect of 41 Six [00:03:33] Voiceover Pioneer: Ernie Anderson's 41 Six Influence [00:07:44] Microphone Showdown: 416 Vs. SM Seven [00:12:16] Unraveling the Versatility of Eight One Eight [00:17:56] Mic Recommendation: Small Diaphragm Shep [00:23:19] Debunking the Myth: Foam on 41 Six [00:25:32] The History of Headset Mics [00:30:25] AI Voice Realm: A Threat or a Boon? Transcript Speaker A: Y'all ready be history. Speaker B: Get started. Speaker C: Welcome. Speaker B: Hi. Hi. Hello, everyone, to the Pro Audio Suite. Speaker C: These guys are professional and motivated with tech. To the Vo stars George Wittam, founder of Source Elements Robert Marshall, international audio engineer Darren Robbo Robertson and global voice Andrew Peters. Thanks to Triboo, Austrian audio making passion heard. Source elements. George the tech. Wittam and robbo and AP. International demo. To find out more about us, check thepro audiosuite.com line up learner. Speaker B: Here we go. Speaker C: And don't forget the code. Trip a P 200 that will give you $200 off your tribooth. Now, I've been playing around with the proximity effect of the 41 six, the legendary 41 six, and I've never really set it up to shoot straight down the barrel. Speaker B: So what's your default placement? Speaker C: Usually slightly off to the side. Speaker B: Okay. So still relatively level, but just coming pointing at you a little bit off to the side. Speaker C: Yeah. And pointing down. So pointing down but slightly side. Speaker B: Got it. Speaker C: This way is still pointing down, targeting the mouth, but going full it straight at it. And I did one read like that, then I followed it up with one slightly to the side, and then I followed that up with an eight. One eight. But I know we've talked about the proximity effects of the 41 six, but I actually couldn't believe the difference. It shocked me that it was so bright and it's how I remember the 41 six sounding. Speaker B: So what you're saying is like, you've kind of detuned the mic, you've detuned it to calm down. What makes the mic so aggressive? By using that placement and then when. Speaker C: I put it back holy crap. Speaker B: Oh, yeah, that's what that mic? Speaker A: Well, it's interesting because there's a guy who AP and I know and have both worked with a guy called Steve Britton, who's sort of the big know, rock and roll voiceover guy, and he actually uses it to his advantage because he's not so hyped. His natural voice is not so sort of steeped in those sort of high mids and highs. So he actually gets right up on it. The best way I can describe it is he pretty much swallows the thing when he does a voiceover and uses it to his advantage because it sort of obviously accentuates that part of his voice that isn't really there naturally. The only deficit is that from an engineer's point of view, that as soon as you touch anything in the highs, it just blows up. You've got to be so careful around up there with him when you're sort of mixing him. Speaker C: Well, the strange thing about his voice is you think you're going to have to play with all the lows because it's such a big, deep voice, but as soon as you touch anything, the highs just go mental. Speaker A: Well, yeah, and that's the way you've got to work with Steve's voice, is rather than sort of additive EQ, it's subtractive you've really just got to sort of balance it by taking away some of that deeper stuff that's there in bucket loads. And just leave the top alone, otherwise it will just destroy itself. I've seen people with three DS's on a track trying to get rid of it once they've started sort of trying to get that typical radio cut through, which is the biggest mistake. And as soon as you say start again, but don't touch the highs, just cut some lows, they go, yeah. : Okay. Speaker C: So my question is with the 41 Six, it was the guy who was the voice of The Love Boat. Was he the first guy to use the 41 Six for Ernie Anderson? Speaker B: I don't know if he was the first, but he was certainly the most well known for it. : I thought Don LaFontaine made it really popular. Speaker B: Well, Ernie is the one who's caught on camera using that mic on video and other things, where he's in the studio at ABC and he's literally doing know. : And I got to imagine someone just did it because, like, here's a mic. It's the one that the freaking news guy uses. But here you go. Say the word. Speaker C: The story I heard was not like I think he was a bit paranoid and he didn't like being in the booth because he thought people were talking about him. Speaker B: Right. Speaker C: And so he wanted to sit out in the control area. Speaker B: That's right. Speaker C: And he couldn't use a normal large diaphragm, couldn't use a U eight seven. Speaker B: Out there, every damn thing. Speaker C: So one of the guys on the floor came up with the idea of using the 41 Six. That's what I heard. : Why don't you use this razor blade to record your voice? Speaker B: Yeah, it's probably a 415 or whatever they had at the time. : Yeah, probably a T powered 415 at the time. Yeah, I got a couple of those. Those sound a little bit different than the four. Speaker B: Little bit less distorted. Speaker C: Yeah, exactly. Speaker B: That sound, for whatever reason, better, for worse, it's become the character of what a voiceover sound sounds like. Like when you listen to a voice recorded with a close up mic, I think we've gotten incredibly tuned what that sound is. It's become what was the word you used? Robo? Standard, but something else. Speaker A: Yeah, I did, didn't I? I used a big word printed benchmarked. It's a benchmark. Speaker B: Benchmark, yeah. Kind of a benchmark, yes. So I've been hearing that mic with my clients and promo people for so long. So when I hear another mic, right, upside of it, if it's an accurate mic with very little color, such as the OC 8118, it sounds well, it sounds like this here. Here's a 41 six of Andrew and then the eight one eight. So this is what a non accurate mic and then an accurate mic sounds like side by side. And then you did it in two different placements, right? Speaker C: Yeah. I did that was because of our discussion a couple of weeks back, where we were talking about placement with the 41 Six, which I'd never I thought, yeah, well, whatever. : Andrew, where do you like the 416? Speaker C: You'd be surprised where'd you like that. He's got a dark brown voice. No, he hasn't. Speaker A: Well, if they say that your voice is chocolatey, you can tell them why. Speaker C: Yes. Getting a bit messy now, is it? Speaker A: Yes, indeed. Speaker C: I always had the 40 116, sort of like facing down, but to the slightly to the side. So I'm sort of almost not quite side addressing, but you know what I mean? That's how I had it and I got used to that sound. And then after our discussion, I thought, I wonder if the proximity, I wonder what it really is like. So I moved the mic and went basically pointing straight at me, but slightly downwards towards my mouth, and I couldn't believe the difference. It was just like two different mic. It was two different mics and it was the old get a toothpick and stick it in your eardrum kind of sound that you get with the 41 Six. : Yeah, which is the other reason why I think engineers like it, because you get a voice recorded on that and it's just going to cut through everything and you don't have to do a lot more to it. It just sort of has this pre processing that works for a lot of that in your face advertising. Speaker B: The Hamburger Helper of microphones. : Yeah, it's just like in your face advertising. Right there, done. Speaker B: Here's what it sounded like. Here's the samples. I got them right here. Speaker C: The MercedesBenz GLE SUV is the complete package. The MercedesBenz GLE SUV is the complete package. The MercedesBenz GLE SUV is the complete package. So that's first one was straight down the barrel, second one to the side, and the third one was the eight one eight. : And you can hear it, it just gets less and less edgy, less and less. It does. Speaker A: The interesting thing about the 4116, and I guess its impact on the industry, is it's been copied a few times, probably, or tried to be copied. But I'm on an NTG five right now and it's probably the closest, I reckon, that I've heard. : I don't know. The NTG five has got more bass. I'm on an NTG five, too. I think the NTG five is a warmer mic. Yes, it does have that shotgunny in your face thing, but it's a little bit actually bigger sounding, but it's not necessarily more cuddy. I think this the eight one eight. You could take it and EQ it to do what the 416 does. Speaker B: Oh, yeah. : Pick up more room. But the 416 is just sort of like there it is, it's going to. Speaker A: Put done for you. : It's a cut. Speaker A: Yeah. Speaker B: I'm so used to the way that bright cut condenser mic sounds that I add EQ to my own mic because I want it to sound more like that bright, condenser mic sound. Right. Now I'm talking into the Earthworks Ethos, which is a very flat mic. And if I cut my what is it, ten khz? Six DB shelf, basically. It's not a shelf, but it looks like one. Then it sounds like this. Right, and it still sounds good. It just doesn't have that top end, that bright sizzle. : I think the extreme difference would be go from a 416 to an SM Seven. Speaker B: Yeah, well, the SM Seven has like this kind of this mid range thing that I've never been a big fan of the way that sounds. Speaker A: For voiceover. Speaker B: Yeah, for voiceover. : Do you like the PL 20? The Re 20 better than the SM seven. Speaker B: Yeah. Personally, radio voice, the PL 20 is the Re 20 without that big basket on it, the front, right. : No, I cannot tell you the difference between them, actually. I believe they are the exact same, just years difference. Speaker B: Oh, got you. : For this year to this year. They made the Re 20 and then they I think the PL 20 was before the Re 20 got you. Yeah. No, I think that as powerful and big of a mic. And no matter how much Rush Limbo wanted to gold plate his, I think the SM Seven beat the PL 20 in overall installations since the Pandemic, at least. It's like, holy cow. Did they get the SM Seven out there on podcast? Speaker C: Yeah, absolutely. Speaker B: I don't know who they have to thank for it, but Joe Rogan is probably high up on the list because he's been YouTubing his podcast for quite a few years now. : I mean, there's an ad campaign that I've never seen an ad for an SM Seven. That's marketing. Speaker B: Yeah, that's right. : Yeah, you need it. And I didn't even tell you. Speaker B: I mean, I just installed a podcast studio and the mic was not chosen because that's the best mic. It was chosen because that mic was seen on another podcast. Yes, exactly. Because the owner is and the 416. : Has got that, too. And so it's like, yeah, the SM Seven, you can abuse it. And it's going to be pretty consistent and whatever dark and warm. And it has that thing for radio where it's not going to pick up. It's just going to seem to pick up the voice and not the other stuff. Right. Like the 416 has got the cut. Speaker C: Yeah, the SM seven. SM Seven b basically eat the things anyway, and they're built like a tank, which is perfect. : Yeah. You can abuse the whole mic and you won't hear. I mean, I don't know how Howard Stern gets away with abusing his Neumann condenser the way he does and you never hear it. Speaker C: Can you explain that one's? Speaker B: Still a mystery. : It's like it should just be like. Speaker B: This kind of shit all over the. Speaker A: Place because it's not connected, I'm sure of it. Speaker C: I don't think it's connected. It's a fucking prop, isn't it? : It's a prop, yeah. Speaker B: Now this sounds more like an SM seven B, doesn't it? This is that it does a little. : Darker fatter, a little bit less top. Speaker B: End, a little bit more mid bump around one k, couple of DB. Now it's like an SM seven. I could go to the low frequency and boost up the bottom end. Now, they would sound even maybe a little bit more. : So in the spirit of don't send us a processed voice. Stop using 416s because they sound too processed already. Speaker B: Yeah, stop using them altogether. Speaker C: But it's kind of weird, isn't it? We're like, we get a large diaphragm mic or something and then we try and EQ it up to sound like a four one six. Just use the 41 six and be done with it. Speaker B: Really? I've caught myself doing that where somebody's like, okay, here's a sample of my 41 six, here's a sample of my TLM 103, can you make me a stack for each of these two mics? And over the time I'm just like, okay, I'm not going to touch the EQ at all on the 41 six. : Yeah. And then you're going to make their tail on 103 sound like a 41 six. Speaker B: What, did you resist the urge? I used to, I used to, but I resist the urge and now what I'm doing is I'm mostly just going to do corrective EQ. Speaker A: Yeah. Speaker B: When there's like a harshness, a nasal, some resonance in the booth, then that's it. : I think with the TLM you could give it a little bit more of a glassy sound and not so much of an upper mid, but a way airy high frequency kind of airy boost and make it nice and it'll still have some sort of I wouldn't call it cut, but presence, literally. But it'll be different than the 416, which has that frequency that every speaker has. It's like four k, eight k all packed in there. It's like your worst speaker on earth plays back those frequencies, for sure. Speaker A: Yeah, no doubt, yeah. Well, and the eight one eight, well, it's the polar opposite, isn't it? : I think eight one eight is like the TLM. You could just give it like a glassy airy sound, you're not cornered into the sound of the four six. I think the eight one eight could be more of a chameleon than the 416. The 416 does its thing and that is it. Speaker C: Yeah. It's a one trick pony, that's for sure. Speaker B: It's a one trick pony, but the way you manipulate it is by placement. Speaker C: Yeah, well, that became obvious. Yeah, absolutely. It did sound like two different microphones just by moving it. Speaker B: I mean, the first time I saw. : A 42 different voice actors sometimes, yeah. Speaker B: The first time I saw a 40 116 in an audiobook production facility, I. Speaker A: Was like, yeah, that seems like for. : A long term thing, it's like that's a harsh mic to be listening to 8 hours of the same person. You'd want nice pillowy mic? Speaker B: Yeah. So I don't know what post they were doing on the audio. I'm sure they were doing some EQ. : It's like listening to classical music on NS Ten s? Yes. Speaker A: I was going to say you'd be pulling the earbuds out halfway through mowing the lawn. You'd be going, Jesus, my ears are bleeding. Speaker B: Yeah, absolutely. : Well, maybe it's good for the lawnmower. You're mowing the lawn. It's like I can hear 4K. Speaker A: I've got Ebays in to stop going deaf, but I'm going deaf anyway. : Yeah. Speaker B: Here's a little test. Tell me what this is. Speaker C: The MercedesBenz GLE SUV is the complete package. : That is either the 416 straight on, I think, or maybe to the side. Speaker B: All that was was the eight one eight with a shelf high shelf on it. It was an eight DB shelf starting at seven. : Wow, that's a shitload. That's a lot of DB. Speaker B: It's so funny. I opened up the Au filter plugin, which is like a really simple four band EQ. And the setting I had last loaded, wasn't that's what it was? It was just like an ATP shelf at seven k. Wow. I was like, all right, let's see what that sounds like. That's what that sounds like. : Sounds like so the 416 is boost at. Boost at. Speaker B: But if you ran that EQ on the 416, well, you would get this. Speaker C: The MercedesBenz GLE make it stop. : D 416. Speaker A: Try selling a MercedesBenz with that sound. Yeah, exactly. Oh, my goodness. Speaker B: Off brand, for sure. Yeah, but it's weird, there's a lot of commercial work getting booked, especially female voice stuff. That is really bright. : Yeah, it is. I used to say a lot of the times, depending on the 414, some females didn't work as well with a 414 because their voices were already kind of airy and then you get that really top end mic on it. Yeah. And it's like they overcompensate and sometimes like a U 87 worked better because just sort of try to pick up some of those lower mids. Speaker B: I used to recommend the Rode NTG three all the time for women because it was a very dark, flat and warm mic and so it worked really to their advantage a lot of times, in fact. Speaker C: That's funny you say that, because that's the mic I got for Somerset for Interg three, because it just did not sharp and nasty. Speaker B: So, yeah, it's funny, when you have a good mic that gets all the information with no distortion, you can really EQ it. And when you have a mic that is pre filtered, pre EQed and arguably has some degree of distortion, it's much. : Harder to correct it like anything with audio, it's easy to work with a blank slate compared to trying to uncompress. Speaker B: Oh, boy. : It's impossible or unds. Speaker B: Right? : Or UN crazy 416 EQ something. Because no matter what you do, the fix that you apply will create other harms, and you'll just end up with Swiss cheese in the end. So these broader, flatter, big diaphragm mics or what's interesting is, I think, to get a really accurate voice, I've not seen anybody try to record voice with, say, like a Km 184. And sometimes you see a lot of the opera singers what's an opera singer set up, like, a nice small diaphragm away from the singer? Speaker B: Yeah. Distant placement. : Distant, right. And then you get that just like that is what it is. There's no proximity. And I'll bet you for some people's voice, maybe something like a really pure small diaphragm condenser would be pretty interesting. That's why I was curious about those rode TF. Mics. Speaker B: Yeah, TFI. : Those look pretty high end small diaphragm condenser. And I bet you those would probably. Speaker B: Wait, didn't one of you guys get the small diaphragm Austrian audio? Speaker C: Yeah, robert's got them. : I got the OC eight. I got the OC eight. And those are good. I was going to say, I don't think they're sheps killers. They're closer to 184s. They're not sheps, but they're much closer to like honestly, they're much closer to, like, 450 ones. They're a little bit less full and very good for symbols, but not necessarily the whole I think a really good small diaphragm mic like a shep would be amazing on the right person's voice. But you'd have to have the right booth, right? There's no way, you know, you can. Speaker B: Get a chef's headset microphone. I actually demoed it once. $2,400 headset mic. It was an ultrasound headphone. $600 headphone with a chef. : And the microphone is like a pencil. It's like a pencil, yeah, it was pretty big, actually. Speaker B: It had a big windscreen. It was for sports casting. It had a big gooseneck on it. And it was like this ridiculous contraption that I was able to get a demo of one time, and I used it. It's on YouTube somewhere. $2,400 headset. Headset mic. : Chefs and BNKS. Man, not cheap mic. Speaker B: No compromises. : Yeah, they are good, though, definitely. I mean, Neumann's, too, but those are like, chefs. Doesn't even try to make a 103. They're like, you're going to make $1,000 microphone. Ha. We'll make a $7,000 microphone. Our cheapest mic is $2,000. Speaker C: I would love to, at some point, find out how the 41 six did become so prevalent. : Honestly, I always hurdles, don LaFontaine. I remember I was shocked when I found out, like, really? 416? Speaker B: Just for the record, it was not the mic that was in this booth when I met him. Like, I never saw him using that booth. : The 416 was not the mic that Don LaFontaine used, not when I met him. Speaker B: I mean, I worked with him in 2005, but he'd already been recording for 20 years by that point. : Andrew, when did the 416 become all the rage, because when I started in 1998, it was like, u, people are using shotguns, but I'm just an early engineer who's like, shotguns are colored. You only use them because you have to because you have mitigating circumstances. Why would you ever use a shotgun in a perfectly clean booth? And I start working on higher end commercials, and you start finding these voice talent who are using it. And actually, come to think of it, cutters. We had VIP 50s until, like, the early 2000s VIP, and then we got these Mylabs. Okay, very interesting mic. Rectangular diaphragm. So the skinny side of the rectangle is supposed to give you the best of a small diaphragm mic, and the long side of the rectangle is supposed to give you the best of a large diaphragm mic. Speaker B: Far out. : But they were good. We even had some voicemail go like, what's that mic? Like, I need your setup. And one guy bought one. But by the early 2000s, we put 416s in all the booths, and eventually that was just the mic. Like, the VIP 50s got pushed to the side, and everyone who walked in just got recorded on a 416 by default. And that's by 2005. I feel like we were just all 416. So Andrew, I don't know. When do you feel like the 416 took over? Speaker C: Because I was in radio until 97, so I didn't really see any commercial studios because everything was done in the radio station. So there was from memory, I don't remember seeing any shotguns in any radio stations. It was usually SM seven. : You still don't true. You still don't see shotguns in radio stations. Speaker C: Well, you do here now. You do see them in the production areas. Speaker B: Really? Speaker C: Absolutely. They're all 41 sixes in the production areas of radio stations. So the first time I saw a 41 Six would have been probably late ninety s ninety seven. Ninety eight, I guess. : So that's when it started taking over, in, like, late 90s, early 2000s. Speaker C: Yeah. And then they became everywhere. And a funny story, actually, because I had to do a job when I was in La. So I had to find a studio. So I went to La Sound. Speaker B: And. Speaker C: Of course, they had the 41 Six there. But I was talking to I won't mention the person's name because he's pretty high profile and might get the shits with me, but I was talking about the 40 116 with this person and about the foamy, and he said, no one in this country would ever have the foamy on their 41 six. It just doesn't happen here. I don't know why you guys do that. That's ridiculous. That's crazy. Never seen it before. : Well, usually you just put the normal you put the normal steadman screen windscreen in front of it. Speaker C: Yeah, I sent him a photograph. There's me in the booth, La Sound with the foamy on the 41 six. So they definitely had the foamy on. Speaker A: Well, there you go. I always use the foamy. I used to, because there's plenty of people who didn't know how to use the mic, used to get up all over it and just make it. : Here's a funny one. Even Harlan Hogan's vo one A was based on an older MSL. Model. Was it based on or was it just an older MXL model? Speaker B: No one will really know except him. But they say it's, I think, a 1006 or something. : It's a 1006. Speaker B: And I have two of those and they sound amazing. : I got several. Speaker B: A really fucking good cheap mic. It's a really good cheap mic. : It was the first $100 large diaphragm mic I bought for me, too. And then I won't say who in Australia modify one. Speaker C: Yes, I know who that is. Yeah, we'll leave that bit out. Speaker B: So the chef's headset is the HSC four VXP. It's the model number, if you want to look it up, and very unique mic. And the capsule on it is what probably you're more interested in. And they make different versions, so they have a strong proximity compensation model so you can get it, like, designed to actually compensate for proximity effect. Which is interesting because, again, Sports, they want the boom right up in front of their mouth to reject background. : Let's start let's start putting, like, parabolic mics in the booth. Speaker B: I know you talked about that. That would be crazy. Well, the capsule, which is funny, I'm looking at an ad for the mic and they don't mention the capsule, but I think I did in my video. I have a video on YouTube from years ago. If you just search for Widows World episode 90 Headset Mic Roundup, you'll find this video. And I actually try out a bunch. : Of the Kip Winger headset mic roundup. Speaker B: I mean, I was trying from really cheap crappy stuff all the way up to the ships and everything. : The stuff that you start out with the mics that only pick up S's. Speaker B: Right, or have no low end response period, they just roll off below 200 something. : If you des them, they go silent. Speaker B: Yeah, exactly. Well, there's just been a tradition of bad sounding headset mics for so many years. : Sure has. I mean, do you remember that audio technica that I was playing around with? Is it the really cheap one headset mic? I think it might have been a dynamic and it didn't even have the headset. It's just a head warning mic. But it didn't even have headsets. Speaker B: I use those in many aerobics or fitness studios where budget was an issue because they could be destroyed and it wasn't a huge loss. But, yeah, those are classics. But audio Tending, it just came up with a headset mic. That where they graphed basically an at 2020 capsule onto a headset boom. And it's like a $200 headphone with a 2020 capsule. And it's pretty freaking bad. I mean, it's pretty good. Again, comparing it to what else is out there, it's pretty good, but it's. : Still well, that's the reality. Honestly, if someone gave me a voiceover recorder on a cell phone, I'd get it on the yeah, you find a way and I'd find a way, and I'd freaking bass synthesize some stuff and make it sound as good as it can go. And unfortunately, with a lot of clients, they're like, okay, sounds good. I understand the words. Sounds like a commercial to me. But we know there's a huge difference between all that stuff. I don't know. I still don't like it. But I've had a couple of voices. Now I've run into the tiny, basically rode video microphone, USB video mic. Speaker B: Go two. : Yeah, it's like your pinky. Speaker B: That's probably because I've recommended it to a bunch of people. : You can blame me for that one. Yeah, it's like it's okay. Speaker B: It's $100 mic. : Yeah. The flaws are exposed much quicker and the escape routes are smaller. Speaker B: It's probably marginally better than the phone mic in the iPhone. Just it's a shotgun, so it's a little bit more directional. Yeah. At the end of the day, I'm blown away with, when you use the iPhone mic correctly, how good it actually can sound. It's crazy. : Yeah. And especially if they start putting, like, arrays of microphones in there and doing. Speaker B: Beam forming, they're doing I don't know which vert well, they're already doing that. I mean, you don't realize it, but they are doing that. They use three capsules and it's a beam. : Oh, the microphone and the iPhone is a beam. Speaker B: They have been for quite a while. I even had an LG phone. It was like a V 40 or something. It was probably six years ago. And I could steer the microphone pickup pattern front to back, depending on who using the little slider on the screen. And I could say, make it pick up the guy in front of me and then make it pick me up, and I could go back and forth. So that's been around in cell phones for a while. But anyway, I had a lot of fun doing interviews with the new rode wireless kit with the wireless me, because the rode capture app on the phone will shoot both cameras. So I'm shooting a video of me and shooting a video of the guest. And they have a mic and I have a mic. So when I'm done, I have two videos and two audio tracks to manipulate and post. And it's amazing how good of a production you can make from that, really? : From your pocket. Speaker B: It's crazy. Yeah. I posted a couple interviews. Speaker C: Was that the one with the woman from Heil? Yeah, I saw that. : This is why we're all out of business. Speaker C: I thought you'd actually done some naughty shots, but I didn't realize you were actually live with your bits to camera as well. : What's going. On with the AI voice realm? Has that calmed down or are people still freaking out on AI taking over? Speaker C: I haven't seen much like it's less. : A little bit less discussed recently? Speaker C: I haven't seen much at all. Speaker A: What microphone do you use on an AI voice? : How many drummers does it take to change the light bulb? I'll tell you the same number of voiceovers it takes to read a book. Speaker A: None. : Because you just get an AI to do it. Speaker B: Well, that was fun. Is it over? Speaker C: The Pro audio suite with thanks to Tribut and Austrian audio recorded using Source Connect, edited by Andrew Peters and mixed by Robbo Got your own audio issues? Just askrobo.com. 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Natalie challenges the concept of motivation and argues that discipline is the key to achieving success, explaining that while motivation can inspire and inspire, it often falls short in actually driving action. Natalie shares her personal experience of being disciplined in her exercise routine, even when she lacks motivation, and emphasises the importance of having goals and deadlines. KEY TAKEAWAYS Motivation is not enough to achieve goals. While it can inspire and energise us, it is discipline that truly drives us to take action and see results. Having a clear purpose and reason why is essential for staying disciplined and motivated. It provides the driving force to get out of bed in the morning and push through challenges. Discipline is about doing the hard things that will lead to the best results, even when we don't feel motivated. It is about taking consistent action, even if it starts with just a few minutes a day. Treating ourselves with activities that make us happy, even when we don't feel like it, can improve our overall well-being and make us more resilient during tough times. Discipline is a key factor in achieving success in all areas of life, including health, wealth, and happiness. It requires taking action, overcoming obstacles, and not letting a lack of motivation hold us back. BEST MOMENTS "I believe that motivation is a lie." "You can be motivated but not do anything. But if you have motivation and discipline, that's where you start to really, really see results." "You're not motivated to do them, you're disciplined." "The real treat is when you give yourself good nutrition, good exercise, when you have great relationships, when you have open and honest communication with the people in your life, that's a real treat." "I'll do it tomorrow, said no millionaire ever." VALUABLE RESOURCES https://www.facebook.com/groups/confidententrepreneurscollective http://www.nataliearabella.com/club Consultation Call Booking - https://calendly.com/natalie-arabella-bailey/confidencecollective The guest of this episode is Natalie Bailey, the host of the Confidence Mastery podcast. Natalie is a firm believer that motivation is a lie and that discipline is the key to achieving success. With a strong belief in setting goals, having deadlines, and taking disciplined action, Natalie shares her insights on how to overcome the lack of motivation and achieve desired results. As a fitness enthusiast, Natalie exemplifies discipline in her own life, pushing herself to reach her fitness goals even when she lacks motivation. Through her podcast, Natalie aims to inspire and empower listeners to be disciplined in all areas of life for greater success and happiness. ABOUT THE HOST Natalie Bailey, a Property Developer, Coach, and Mentor, boasts a decade of business acumen, from Bars to Gyms and eCommerce. Now partnered with her mother, Paula, in property development, she empowers others to find confidence and success in health, wealth, and happiness. Her Better Together initiative combats loneliness, aiding entrepreneurs through the Confident Entrepreneurs Club, Mastermind groups, and Retreats. Bridging Mallorca and London, Natalie embodies her teachings. Fitness, wealth, and happiness intertwine in her holistic approach. Dive deeper at www.nataliearabella.com for coaching plans and more info. CONTACT FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/nataliearabellabailey LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/nataliegoldstarbep/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/nataliearabellabailey/ Clubhouse- https://www.clubhouse.com/@nataliearabella TikTok- https://www.tiktok.com/@nataliearabellab Email - firstname.lastname@example.orgThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
What would you say if we told you that life insurance isn't just for the married-with-kids demographic? That's right - it's time to debunk some common misconceptions about life insurance, whether you're single, hitched without kids, or simply under the impression that it's too expensive. We can't emphasize enough how crucial this financial tool is, not only as a means to leave a legacy or settle debts but also to extend support to your favorite charities posthumously. There's always a policy out there, tailored to fit your budget and unique requirements.But don't worry, it's not all serious business here at Dad's Sense. We'll also keep you entertained with our attempts at humor that even a four-year-old can appreciate. So join us, learn a little, laugh a little, and let's empower your finances together.
Looking 4 Healing Radio with Dr. Jana Schmidt – Many with kidney disease remain unaware of how to halt their kidney function's decline. Diabetes and high blood pressure are key risk factors, while gut and thyroid health also impact kidney wellness. Debunking diet myths, I emphasize a whole-food approach and introduce herbs like parsley and dandelion for support. It's crucial to make consistent healthy choices, as kidney disease...
In this fourth episode of Season 5 of Beyond the Thesis with Papa PhD, I'm sharing with you my conversation about nagivating the PhD journey and avoiding misconceptions about the doctorate with Merle van den Akker. Merle van den Akker finished a PhD in behavioural science and left academia to become an applied behavioural scientist in the financial services. She has blogged and written a book about her experiences inside and outside of academia, and how to make the most of both worlds! What we covered in the interview: Merle's early academic and professional journey Studying, interviewing, and deciding on a PhDStruggling with the PhD journey, finding supportThe importance of choosing your PhD supervisor wiselyPhD and academia careersHow tunnel vision during the PhDs can hinder your professional successHow venting about academia on a blog led into Merle's recently published bookSeeking support, prioritizing health, exploring alternatives This episode's resources: Money On the Mind | BlogMerle van den Akker | TwitterThe Ultimate Guide to Doing a PhD | Book Thank you, Merle van den Akker! If you enjoyed this conversation with Merle, let her know by clicking the link below and leaving her a message on LinkedIn:Send Merle van den Akker a thank you message on LinkedIn!Click here to share your key take-away from this interview with David! Leave a review on Podchaser ! Support the show ! You might also like the following episodes: Jacob Kendall – The Stuff You Don't Plan for But ShouldKate Dahl – Reinventing Yourself after AcademiaStephanie Fuccio – When Time Comes to Leave Your PhDSirisha Kuchimanchi – Navigating Manufacturing and Engineering as a WomanAs always, if you find value in Papa PhD and in the content I bring you every week, click on one of the buttons below and send some of that value back to me by becoming a supporter on Patreon or by buying me a coffee :) Support the show on Patreon ! Or buy me a coffee :)
In tonight's podcast, we discuss the doctrine of "Soul Sleep" which has been around for decades but has gained a lot of traction lately. We expound in deep study to show you that this doctrine isn't rightfully dividing the Word of God but is embraced by two major religions in the World.
In the news today: For our first headline of the day focusing on student life, Black Students' Alliance hosts town hall with MSUPD chief to discuss public safety on campus. For our second headline focusing on Michigan State Football, MSU gives up controversial Duffy Daugherty book, but concerns remain. For our final headline of the day focusing on health around campus, Debunking the "frat flu": Why do students get sick when they return to campus?
I've called this episode Debunking Vitality Myths. I just made that up – and I have no idea if those are a thing – but that is what they are – they are myths. Which I also call LIES or even EXCUSES when we would rather just not try, but need to say something.Acceptance of a situation is all yours. If you want to say that you are too old or or that it's too late, then go ahead and say it. It's not true, but go ahead.Let's Get Our Midlife Into Motion!!Make sure to join me the week of September 17th for the 5-Day, 5-Minute "Me Time" ChallengeBook a NEXT STEPS Call to see if the Midlife in Motion LIVE program is for you!Find me on my Website:https://www.lesleylmcshane.comEmail me: email@example.comFREE Guide: 4 Steps To Prioritize Your Health & Wellness This Week (And Actually Do It!) Connect with me on Instagram:Get the Redesigning Midlife UpdatesFind your community at the private Redesigning Midlife Facebook Group Get your MENO WELL bars (formerly Bossa Bars) - Use LESLEY10 for 10% off your first orderCheck out Kion and get the Redesigning Midlife Discount - 20% off subscriptions and 10% off individual orders.Need a good, reliable, clean, and professional Plumber? Call 1-Tom-Plumber - The Name Is The Phone Number
Steph is joined by John Chapman and Wayne Breezie to debunk narrativs that have formed about certain 49ers through two weeks, plus a look at the 49ers Thursday night Football matchup vs New York Giants. *Note that at the time of this being recorded, Saquon Barkley had not been ruled out yet*
Linguist, author and filmmaker, Helena Norberg-Hodge is the founder and director of the international non-profit organisation, Local Futures; a pioneer of the worldwide localisation movement, raising awareness about the power of ‘going local' as a key strategy for restoring ecological, social and spiritual wellbeing. Helena's books include ‘Ancient Futures: Learning from Ladakh', an eye-opening tale of tradition and change in Ladakh, or “Little Tibet”. Together with a film of the same title, Ancient Futures has been translated into more than 40 languages, and sold half a million copies. Her latest book is ‘Local is Our Future: Steps to an Economics of Happiness'. Other publications include ‘Bringing the Food Economy Home' and ‘From the Ground Up: Rethinking Industrial Agriculture'. Helena is also the producer of the award-winning documentary ‘The Economics of Happiness'. From 1975, Helena worked with the people of Ladakh, to find ways of enabling their culture to meet the modern world without sacrificing social and ecological values. She was the first outsider in modern times to become fluent in the language.She has helped to initiate localization movements on every continent, particularly in South Korea and Japan, and co-founded both the International Forum on Globalization and the Global Ecovillage Network.In this episode, Helena debunks many myths around the perpetuation of economical globalisation, including agricultural misconceptions, whilst also offering connecting insights into the shift in the human psyche from local life to mainstreamed globalisation. Join us at the Planet Local Summit in Bristol.Explore our workJoin us at ForestlingsLearn more about Earth MedicineOffer your musicSupport the show
Vanessa Barboni Hallik is the Founder and CEO of Another Tomorrow, a new ready-to-wear brand operating at the intersection of sustainability, ethics and design, launched in January 2020. She is also an investor in early-stage companies with strong ESG commitments and potential to catalyze positive change, and currently serves on the New York Advisory Board for the Trust for Public Land, for which she chairs the Playgrounds Committee. Prior to Another Tomorrow, Vanessa was a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley, where she held several leadership roles in the emerging markets fixed income business. While at Morgan Stanley, she served as a trustee on the Board of the Morgan Stanley Foundation and chaired the Fixed Income Philanthropy Committee where she initiated and subsequently led the firm's mentoring program with East Side Community High School, a public school in the East Village of Manhattan, in partnership with PENCIL.org. Vanessa holds a B.A. in Economics from Cornell University and is an M.S. candidate in Sustainability Management at Columbia University's Earth Institute. She resides in New York City with her family and two dogs. In this episode of Takin' Care of Lady Business®, Jennifer Justice speaks with Vanessa Barboni Hallik, a former Wall Street professional who made a significant career transition into sustainable fashion entrepreneurship fueled by her upbringing in a creative and environmentally conscious family and her strong business development background. Vanessa's perspective on this transition is deeply rooted in her belief that capital allocation shapes our future. She saw an opportunity to transform the fashion industry by meeting customer needs and delivering value through her sustainable fashion brand, Another Tomorrow. The brand differentiates itself through merchandising, price positioning, and technology, aiming to lead the industry towards a more sustainable and circular economy. Vanessa believes that commercial success and sustainable scale are crucial for their mission to succeed. She aims to expand geographically and deepen their focus on technology and circularity to benefit her business model and potentially others. Here is what to expect on this week's show: Learn about Another Tomorrow's circular fashion model and its eco-friendly impact. Overcoming funding hurdles in the sustainable fashion world. Debunking the sustainability vs. profitability myth. Tune in for insights on overcoming obstacles and fostering growth. Quotes: "I became really convinced that the way that we allocate capital defines our future. Like minded." - Vanessa Barboni Hallik "If we had a choice, we would all choose another tomorrow than the one we're on course for. We would make different decisions and those different decisions would be available to us." - Vanessa Barboni Hallik "I deeply believe that for us to succeed in our mission of really modeling the future of fashion, we need to be incredibly commercially successful. And otherwise, everything that we're doing is just like cute, that's cute, that's nice. Small niche brands can do that, but these are not things that are applicable to the wider industry." - Vanessa Barboni Hallik This episode is sponsored by Medjet. Medjet is the top-rated air medical transport and crisis response membership for travelers. If you're hospitalized while traveling or your safety is threatened abroad, they get you home. Join Medjet before your next trip at Medjet.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Security Now, Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte go into intricate detail into debunking misinformation related to securely erasing data from today's mass storage devices. For the full episode, go to: https://twit.tv/sn/940 Hosts: Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/ Sponsor: GO.ACILEARNING.COM/TWIT
On Security Now, Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte go into intricate detail into debunking misinformation related to securely erasing data from today's mass storage devices. For the full episode, go to: https://twit.tv/sn/940 Hosts: Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/ Sponsor: GO.ACILEARNING.COM/TWIT
Do you ever feel like life is just happening to you, rather than unfolding for you? Like you're caught in a whirlwind of other people's expectations, constantly ticking off societal checkboxes, even when your heart is yearning for something... different? You're not alone. Karsta Marie once found herself in that very whirlwind. She had a life that was, by most standards, 'fine.' But 'fine' wasn't good enough for her. She felt the pull of dreams and desires that were begging to be acknowledged. And so, amidst life's unpredictable twists and turns, she redefined her journey from one of mere acceptance to one that's truly 'EPIC.' An international best-selling author and a mental fitness guru, Karsta's voice is a soothing blend of compassionate warmth and that energizing jolt of tough love that wakes us up from complacency. Why “fine” is no longer good enough and how to break free. Transform the societal checkboxes into your EPIC life by tuning into what you really want. The importance of creating a vision of your future self and the secret to harnessing its true power. Discover the art of breaking big dreams into small steps and the secret power of emotional goals. Why self-development and Inner Child Healing go hand-in-hand. Debunking the myth of a self-development finish line. Make sure to listen to the end to hear Karsta's pearls of wisdom on savouring the journey, and Lucie's offer that might just change your life.
Chris sat down with Marc Surdyka to discuss all things leg extensions. This is the second episode of our new "Debunking Series," where we explore a controversial topic within rehab, performance, and pain. We dive into: common reasons why individuals believe leg extensions are bad or harmful, addressing these misconceptions, utilizing leg extensions in the context of ACL rehab, discussing what is ‘functional', communication with patients, and much more. Watch the full episode: https://youtu.be/emTLG5ireCc More about this topic: E3 YouTube Video: Why You Should Do Leg Extensions After ACL Reconstruction E3 YouTube Video: Leg Extensions are Safe For Your Knees E3 Article: Leg Extensions After ACL Reconstruction E3 Article: Leg Extensions Bad For Your Knees? --- Follow Us: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/e3rehab Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/e3rehab/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/E3Rehab --- Rehab & Performance Programs: https://store.e3rehab.com/ Newsletter: https://e3rehab.ck.page/19eae53ac1 Coaching & Consultations: https://e3rehab.com/coaching/ Articles: https://e3rehab.com/articles/ Apparel: https://store.e3rehab.com/collections/frontpage --- Podcast Sponsor: Vivo Barefoot: Get 15% off all shoes! - https://www.vivobarefoot.com/e3rehab --- @dr.surdykapt @tony.comella @chrishughen --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
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TecHype is a groundbreaking series that cuts through the hype around emerging technologies. Each episode debunks misunderstandings around emerging tech, provides insight into benefits and risks, and identifies technical and policy strategies to harness the benefits while mitigating the risks. This episode of TecHype features Prof. Stuart Russell from UC Berkeley, a world-renowned expert in artificial intelligence and co-author (with Peter Norvig) of the standard text in the field. We debunk misunderstandings around what “AI” actually is and break down the benefits and risks of this transformative technology. Prof. Russell provides an expert perspective on the real impacts AI will have in our world, including its potential to provide greater efficiency and effectiveness in a variety of domains and the serious safety, security, and discrimination risks it poses. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Science] [Show ID: 39284]
Nadia and Rob are joined by “Reimagine Inclusion” author and DEI leader Mita Mallik to discuss how companies can better support women, why organizations protect toxic employees, and how the tech industry can lead in DEI. Also, they discuss Florida's intrusive bathroom rules, Lyft's new product features, and Rob gives Nadia two minutes on communicating poor survey results. Later, Rob rants about the obscene state of childcare policy in the US and Nadia loves Lego's new innovations. Follow Mita Mallick on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mita-mallick-2b165822/ Hosted by Nadia Butt and Rob Hadley. Produced by Rifelion Media. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org Find episode transcripts here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1nqh7hCZOp7EQc6SekaYmT2QHqCvjsYdH?usp=sharing For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: https://bit.ly/InclusiveCollective If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be amazing! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: https://bit.ly/InclusiveCollective Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The BBC produced a song for the Horrible Histories children's program called 'Been Here From the Start' which makes several spurious, misleading and outright false claims about black people living in ancient Britain. From Cheddar man to Septimius Severus and the Moors, I debunk the lies contained in the BBC video and present the truth.
Welcome to The HealED Podcast! I'm your host, Marie-Pier, and today Eden Davis is joining us on the show to talk about the intersection of PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) and Eating Disorders. On this episode, we discuss [00:05:19] Eden journeys to becoming an eating disorder dietitian [00:12:57] Introduction to PCOS. [00:15:15] Review of PCOS symptoms and diagnosis [00:20:39] Treatment of eating disorders AND PCOS. [00:25:09] Debunking food myths regarding PCOS [00:35:43] Tips for naviagting ED and PCOS [00:43:36] Upcoming workshop information! We hope you find this episode informative and inspiring. Don't forget to rate and review the podcast to help us reach more listeners. Let's dive in! *September Low-Cost Workshop* How Sweet Recovery Is: Check it out here. This workshop aims to provide guidance for individuals living with health conditions, such as diabetes, on navigating dietary restrictions without triggering an eating disorder. Connect with Eden: Pearl Wellness Practice: https://www.pearlwellnesspractice.com Instagram: @pearlwellnesspractice TikTok: @pearlwellnesspractice Connect with Marie-Pier and The Balanced Practice Website: www.thebalancedpractice.com Instagram: @the.balanced.practice @the.balanced.dietitian
Themes: Toxic Masculinity, Challenging Gender Norms, Vulnerability, Weakness, Strength, Fatherhood, Brotherhood, Purpose, Belonging, Authenticity Summary: Our society has often perpetuated a narrow and rigid definition of masculinity, which can lead to harmful stereotypes and expectations for men. However, a growing movement of men is actively debunking these traditional notions, recognizing that true strength lies in authenticity and emotional openness. In this episode, I jam with my good buddies Stefanos, Connor, and Dan about masculinity. We share about our experiences as men growing up and in relationships, share revealing statistics about men today, explore male vulnerability and emotional authenticity, speak about our experiences in fatherhood, the impact of all of what men experience on their relationships and personal growth, and so much more. This is a jam-packed episode so sit back, grab a snack, and let's explore the multifaceted world of modern masculinity! Discover: The journey to redefining masculinity and embracing vulnerability How opening up and sharing your struggles can help you connect with others on a deeper level Using your vulnerability as strength and your voids as values Debunking gender norms on masculinity and how that leads to toxic masculinity 00:00 Intro 02:16 Where are all the good men? 11:39 Toxic masculinity 14:48 Coping from the lack of a masculine role model 19:10 Isolation and men being providers and protectors 24:38 Vulnerability in men 29:06 Feedback in relationships 42:10 Connection with perfectionism 46:25 The pressure on men to provide 52:16 Journey to becoming a father 1:07:50 The influence of role models 1:23:54 Biological and cultural factors in defining masculinity 1:30:04 Identity and morality 1:34:35 The best thing a man can do Links: Stefanos Sifandos: Website: http://coachwithstef.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/StefanosSifandos Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stefanossifandos Instagram @stefanossifandos: https://www.instagram.com/stefanossifandos/ TikTok @stefanossifandos: https://www.tiktok.com/@stefanossifandos?lang=en Connor Beaton: Men's Work book: https://mantalks.com/book Connor's Website: https://connorbeaton.com/ ManTalks Website: https://mantalks.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mantalks/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2exoyYcKLknC5IWiwdAihQ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManTalks.ca/ Dan Harrison: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedanharrison/ Website: https://www.soulfulsalescompany.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soulfulsalesco Sponsors: Hatch Restore 2 | Go to hatch.co/markgroves to get $20 off and free shipping Organifi | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 20% off sitewide at organifi.com/createthelove Create the Love Cards | Use code CTLCARDS15 for 15% off at createthelove.com/cards Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All about flying saucers and sci-fi looking stories and conspiracy theories, on Mick West's alien life skeptic preach. His opinion on David Grusch & Ryan Graves declarations, and universe physics lecture. Mick links: https://x.com/MickWest?s=20 https://www.metabunk.org/home/ https://www.youtube.com/@MickWest Andrew Gold links: http://YouTube.com/andrewgold1 http://instagram.com/andrewgold_ok http://twitter.com/andrewgold_ok https://andrewgold.locals.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
M. Chris Fabricant is the Director of Strategic Litigation for the Innocence Project. His new book is Junk Science and the American Criminal Justice System. Plus, a Senate without Mitt. And the UAW strikes for wages and trash cans. Produced by Joel Patterson and Corey Wara Email us at email@example.com To advertise on the show, visit: https://advertisecast.com/TheGist Subscribe to The Gist Subscribe: https://subscribe.mikepesca.com/ Follow Mikes Substack at: Pesca Profundities | Mike Pesca | Substack Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bookmark today's show as we head toward the budget deadline. Today, I lay out the proper messaging and facts on a government shutdown and expose the malfeasance of House and Senate Republicans. I contrast Chip Roy's perfect messaging to what we are hearing from Senate Republicans. We have the ultimate government shutdown with what's going on with spending, culture, border, political persecutions, and vaccine tyranny. Yet we are supposed to refrain from fighting simply because of a delayed paycheck for federal workers? I also explain why fighting on the budget is 100% more strategic and better messaging than pursuing impeachment. Finally, never forget why nearly every red-state Republican is pathetic. It's because conservative influencers value access over influence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices