It's the most wonderful time of the year...when sequins and color are encouraged every day of the week! In this episode, Caroline is dishing out her top 12 tips when it comes to deciding what to wear for holiday parties. So whether it's your annual office celebration or your bestie's glamorous soiree, you can create your most festive and fabulous looks for the season! Hope you enjoyed this week's episode! If you have any questions or feedback, make sure to send a DM to @makingitinmanhattan on Instagram to be answered in a future episode! Making it in Manhattan Instagram: @makingitinmanhattan Making it in Manhattan TikTok: @makingitinmanhattan Caroline's Instagram: @cvazzana Caroline's TikTok: @cvazzana Caroline's Pinterest: @cvazzana Caroline's YouTube: @cvazzana_ Caroline's Threads: @cvazzana Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With December fast approaching, this week Lauren and Nicole bring you the ultimate guide to sleigh-ing your Christmas party look! To help them jingle all the way into the holiday season in style they enlisted the help of celebrity stylist Stevie B who chats to the ladies and unwraps the secrets of how to shop and what to wear. Tune in to hear all her top tips. You can find out more about Stevie B here: https://www.steviebstyle.com/ @steviebstylefashion If you like what we do here and want to be part of the club, come follow us at all our channels For our exclusive merch - https://self-care-club.myspreadshop.co.uk/ Join our private facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1115099072702743/?ref=share_group_link Instagram https://www.instagram.com/selfcareclubpod/ YouTube https://youtube.com/c/SelfCareClub TikTok https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMLnXyS1S/ Email email@example.com Website www.theselfcareclub.co.uk Studio production by @launchpodstudios Music by purpleplanet.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In This Episode 0.08 I love ALL colors, but having too many clothes in my closet is overwhelming and then I don’t even go in, how do I create outfit formulas using colour palettes? Understanding Colour Properties and Putting Outfits Together Understanding Colour Properties 11 Real Life Examples of Dressing to Your Contrast 5…
Attaining true masculinity goes beyond just physical fitness. It involves harmonizing physical well-being with personal style through dressing. Clothing is not just functional attire but a medium for self-expression and communication. How you dress reflects your identity, values, and aspirations. By neglecting this aspect, you present an incomplete picture of yourself. Fathers and husbands should take pride in their appearance as role models, demonstrating respect and self-esteem, positively impacting their relationships and careers.Join the conversation with your host, Paul Lyngso, as Tanner Guzy joins us for a candid conversation on style and masculinity. Tanner is a style and image consultant who empowers men to unlock their true potential by dressing well and projecting a confident, authentic image. He believes that in today's world, where first impressions matter more than ever, men must dress strategically to stand out and succeed in their business endeavors. Tanner's approach goes beyond simply picking out the right clothes; he helps men understand the psychology of style and how to use it to their advantage. His clients learn to dress in a way that reflects their unique personalities and aligns with their career goals, achieving a powerful and authentic presence that attracts opportunities and inspires others.Key Highlights from the Show[00:01] Introduction to the show with Tanner Guzy[02:48] How Tanner has mastered appearance psychology[06:18] Is there room for dignity and self-promotion to co-exist?[08:32] Dressing as a way of sending the signals of who we are to the environment [11:25] Why judging people based on how they look is so true[15:06] Understanding your fitness and styling sweet spot [25:10] How styling is a key ingredient to masculinity [36:23] Is it unmanly to care about how you look?[42:01] Takeaways and why you should take your styling seriously as part of fitness[48:57] Wrap-up and end of the showNotable Quotes When people don't see the congruence between the person, we advertise ourselves to be and who we really are, they believe us to be dishonest, untrustworthy, and lacking genuineness.- (00:54).When you dress in an aesthetically good way and in a way that represents who you are, you feel better than you ever do in your cargo shorts and graphic t-shirts. -(03:55)It does not entirely mean you should not judge someone by their appearance. Our dressing sends powerful signals of who we are to the environment. - (09:54)Sometimes, we have so much psychological cowardice when we hide who we really are from the people who matter the most to us and, most importantly, how we see ourselves. (23:30)Fathers and husbands have a greater obligation to dress well. - (25:20)The skeleton key to life is discovering yourself and presenting that to the world. Once you project yourself to the world, the right people will catch your signals. - (41:36)Resources MentionedThe Appearance of Power: How Masculinity is Expressed Through Aesthetics by Tanner Guzy: https://www.amazon.com/Appearance-Power-Masculinity-Expressed-Aesthetics/dp/1979138400Let's ConnectTanner GuzyWebsite: https://masculine-style.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tanner-guzy-0b4a5221/Twitter:
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It's Thanksgiving. While you're stuffing your face with Turkey, Stuffing, Dressing, Apple Pie, Pecan Pie, Corn, Mashed Potatoes, Scalloped Potatoes, and whatever, we take a look back at a very special Thanksgiving-based episode of JB's as we review The Last of the Mohicans
Miss Kay and Lisa Robertson give up the goods on how the Robertson family behaves during holiday festivities, and Phil looks to pass down his duck dressing recipe to the next generation. The guys, Miss Kay, and Lisa discuss the warning the Bible gives to those who would harm children and how differently strangers treat each other now than in the past. In this episode: Luke 18, verses 15-17; Matthew 18, verse 10 https://buyraycon.com/unashamed — Save up to 15% on your Raycon order today https://bravebooks.com — Save 20% on your family subscription with code UNASHAMED & get Brave's newest book FREE! https://BlazeTV.com/TheBlind — Own "The Blind" & watch instantly on BlazeTV today! — Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The gang is all here!Join T, Fortenberry, DW, Gary, and Marty as they discuss Thanksgiving Things!Do you call it Stuffing or Dressing! It's a southern thing.Favorite and least favorite Thanksgiving Side dishesWhat's the best way to prepare the Thanksgiving Turkey!Who Decides when to leave these family event? The guys find a use for the Soy Beer!lifefromthepatio.comWatch us on YouTubeFollow us on TikTok
This past weekend saw the release of the new Hunger Games prequel film, "The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes." Costumes and fashion are a key part of the politics and world-building of the Hunger Games universe, so we learn more about the creative process from Trish Summerville, costume designer for the film who also worked on "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire."
The KingDude's Recipé For New Awlins Style 'Erstah (Oyster) Dressing'! MITTER CHUR'S OYSTER DRESSING - As heard on the 28th Annual, Mike Church Show Extravaganza! How Do You Make The PERFECT 'Ersta (Oyster) Dressing For Turkey Day? The KingDude Has You Covered! I've been making this recipe every year since my Grandma Pearl taught it to me in 1985. I still remember calling her and asking "Grandma, will you tell me how to make that awesome oyster dressing recipe"? You'd have to know my grandma Pearl to know that this made her year! "Of course, sugar, but it's PaPa's recipe, I just use his!" referring to my then 88 year old great grandpa. Here is what Grandma Pearl/PaPa say are the perfect ingredients & method for Oyster Dressing. 1 Large yellow Onion diced into 1/4" bits (2 cups) 1 Bell Pepper diced (1 cup) 2 Celery stalks diced (1 cup) 1 bunch of Parsley chopped fine (1/2 cup) Minced Garlic 1/4 cup 2 Red Chili (hot) peppers minced fine (1 tblsp) 2 Boxes Jiffy Cornbread Mix 2 Tblsp White Sugar 1/2 lb Jimmy Dean Hot Sausage 1/2 lb Lean Ground Beef 1 Pint Fresh, Gulf Oysters (I'll tell you what to do with them shortly) 4 Cups Chicken Stock You'll have to listen to today's Mike Church Show for the instructions! Listen: https://crusadechannel.com
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It has always been astonishing to me how hopeless some salespeople are in Japan. Over the last 20 years, I have been through thousands of job interviews with salespeople. We teach sales for our clients and so as a training company we see the good, the bad and the ugly - a very broad gamut of salespeople. We also buy services and products ourselves and so are actively on the receiving end of the sales process. Well actually that is a blatant exaggeration. There are almost no salespeople operating in japan using a sales process. But there are millions of them just winging it (badly). Why? On The Job Training (OJT) is the main training pedagogical system in Japan for training the new salesperson. This works well if your boss has a clue and knows about selling. Sadly, there are few sales leaders like that populating the Japan sales horizon. So what you get are hand-me-down “techniques” that are ineffective and then even worse, these techniques are poorly executed in the hands of the newbies. We like to buy, but few of us want to be sold. We like to do business with people we like and trust. We will do business with people we don't like and very, very rarely with people we don't trust. Neither is our preference though. The million dollar question is, “what makes YOU likeable and trustworthy?' Building rapport in the first meeting with a prospective client is a critical make or break for establishing likeability or trust. When you think about it, this is just the same as in a sales job interview. In both cases we enter an unfamiliar environment and greet strangers who are brimming over with preoccupation, doubt, uncertainty, reluctance and skepticism. If a sales person can't handle a job interview and build rapport straight away, then it is unlikely they are doing much better out in the field, regardless of what is glowingly written down in the resume. So what do we need to do? Strangely, we need to pay attention to our posture! Huh? It is common sense really - standing up straight communicates confidence. Also, bowing from a half leaning forward posture, especially while we are still on the move, makes us look weak and unconvincing. So walk in standing straight and tall, stop and then bow or shake hands depending on the circumstances. Smiling at the same time would also be good, depending on the situation.. If there is a handshake involved then, at least when dealing with foreigners, drop the dead fish (weak strength) grasp or the double hander (gripping the forearm with the other hand). The latter, is the classic insincere politician double hand grip. Some Japanese businesspeople I have met, have become overly Westernised, in that they apply a bone crusher grip when shaking hands. Recently I have met a couple of Japanese businesswomen, who are trying to out man the men and are applying massive grip strength when shaking hands. It sounds very basic advice, but please teach your Japanese team how to shake hands properly. Too weak or too strong are unforced errors which impinge on building that all important first impression. By the way, we probably only have a maximum of 7-10 seconds to get that first impression correct, so every second counts. We are all so quick to make snap judgments today, we just can't leave anything to chance. When you first see the client, make eye contact. Don't burn a hole in the recipient's head, but hold eye contact at the start for around 6 seconds and SMILE. This conveys consideration, reliability, confidence – all attributes we are looking for in our business partners. We combine this with the greeting, the usual pleasantries – “Thank you for seeing me”, “Thank you for your time today”. Now, what comes next is very important. We segue into establishing rapport through initial light conversation. Japan has some fairly unremarkable evergreens in this regard – usually talking about the weather or about the distance you have travelled to get here, etc., etc. Don't go for these bromides. Try and differentiate yourself with something that is not anticipatory or standard. Also be careful about complimenting a prominent feature of the lobby, office or the meeting room. I was in a brand new office the other day and they have a really impressive moss wall in the lobby. I will guarantee that my hosts have heard obvious comments about the moss wall from every visitor who has preceded me. “Wow, what an impressive moss wall ” or “Wow, that is a spectacular entry feature”. Boring! Teach your salespeople to say something unexpected, intelligent and memorable. In this example, “Have you found that team motivation has lifted since you moved to this impressive new office?”, “Have you found your brand equity with your client's has improved since moving here?”. This get's the focus off you the salesperson and on to the client and their business. For example, if you are a training company like us, you definitely want to know how the team motivation is going, as you may have a solution for them. Having a good stock of conversation starters should be basic for every salesperson. It might mean imparting some startling statistic that they may not have heard. For example, “I read recently that the number of young people aged 15-24 has halved over the last 20 years, are you concerned about future talent retention as demand exceeds supply?”. We might educate the client with some industry information they may not be aware of but which would be deemed valuable. An example would be: “Dale Carnegie's recent research into Engagement amongst employees found three critical factors impacting motivation. The relationship with the immediate supervisor, the team's belief in the direction being set by senior management and the degree of pride in the organization – what are you seeing in your organisation around the area of engagement and motivation?”. We face a lot of competition for the mindspace of our prospective clients. Busy people have a lot on their mind and we are an interruption in their day. Some of our prospective clients may be moving continuously from one meeting to another, so the attention span is shredded and the details begin to blur. They may have their eyes open but don't imagine their mind is in the room and focused on you. To counteract that possible external pre-occupation and to get them back in the room with you, use a question. If I suddenly asked you, “what month were you born in?”, I will guarantee I have your 100% attention. So questions are powerful disrupters of pre-occupation and we should have stock of little beauties we can wheel out when needed. For example, “most people I talk to say Abenomics is not having any significant impact on their business as yet. Have you seen any benefits yet?”. Another might be, “My clients' opinions seems to have changed – they are becoming more concerned about the possible future increase in consumption tax – is that an issue for your company?”. We want them talking about their business, because this is going to provide us with insights for a later line of questioning, as we try to uncover their performance gaps, needs, aspirations, etc. The very first seconds of meeting someone are vital to building the right start to the business relationship. In modern commerce, we are all so judgmental and quick to make assumptions. Dressing the wrong way may even disqualify us before we get to open our mouths. Simple initial errors in posture, greetings and conversation can be our undoing. Let's get the sales team's basics right and make sure they totally nail that first impression. So key action items from today: Refine an image through dress, posture and eye contact that projects confidence Stock your opening comments such that they are really well differentiated from all of your competitors, who have swanned in ahead of you Provide useful business references to introduce something new to the client that gets the attention off you and on to the client's business This is the rapport building stage of the sales process and it is both a science and art we need to perfect.
Hiiiiiii!! Milena Ciciotti has been the *most* requested guest and today she officially joins me for a girl chat! Milena opens up about her transformation, convictions, and why she sticks to wearing dresses everyday! We also talk about dressing for your husband, cultivating the Lord's Presence in our homes, submitting your emotions to the Lord, and SO much more! Milena also shares her and her husband's new app — Bible Stories For Kids! Talks w/ Tori isn't just talks with Tori...Sign up to find out more soon here!Subscribe to the Podcast on YouTube!Follow along on IG:TALKS W/ TORITORIMILENA CICIOTTIDownload the Bible Stories For Kids App! hereThe Full Armor Of God E-Book hereSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTERLove, Tori
Thanksgiving has undeniable ties to agriculture. In this special episode, Mike is joined by his two sons. Together, they discuss the holiday's agronomic history and reflect on some of their own favorite traditions and foods. To discover the latest crop nutrition research visit nutrien-eKonomics.com
Why does our studio have an odor? Kind of smells like an onion pizza. Jackson thinks it smells like man. What's going on? Speaking of smells, you smelling what Mozeliak is cooking? Tee hee. Lance Lynn and Descalso. What say you, Cardinal Nation? Let Mo cook, because Lance Lynn is going to eat up these innings. MNF last night featured a lot of drops. Dressing vs. stuffing. Derrick Goold audio from Foul Territory on what Cardinal fans want this offseason. Do you think Yamamoto would come to St. Louis? Iggy's cell phone. Ed Herman of Brown & Crouppen in the building talking baseball. Ed's opinion on the Trevor Bauer situation, both from a baseball and a legal perspective. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever looked into your closet and felt overwhelmed by the choices or even underwhelmed by the lack of them? If you've ever felt uncertain about your personal style, particularly as you navigate midlife, you're not alone. Join me and personal style coach, Ashli Anna Hurley, as we demystify the world of capsule wardrobes and discuss dressing for midlife. Gain insight into Ashli's journey from working with Mary Kay and Premier Designs to becoming a style coach and learn how to dress for your body, right here, right now.Ashli, a style expert with a wealth of experience, shares tips on creating a core wardrobe list and discusses the crucial clothing items every midlife woman should have in her closet. We'll get down to the nitty-gritty of personalized capsule wardrobes, exploring everything from tops and bottoms to underwear, accessories, and shoes. Ashli also offers strategies on finding the right clothes to fit your lifestyle and tips on creating a polished look that transitions well from day to night.But beyond the practicality of clothing, we'll delve into the emotional and logical aspects of dressing for midlife. Help boost your confidence with Ashli's tips on how to create a balanced look that is authentic to you. We'll be discussing the importance of accepting our bodies in their current state, focusing less on our insecurities, and more on what makes us unique and beautiful. Lastly, we'll explore how to dress intentionally for our kingdom calling—how to change our mindset around dressing in a way that not only attracts people to us but also helps to share the gospel and build up the church. Join us for an empowering conversation on confidence, personal style, and midlife fashion.0:05 Capsule Wardrobes and Dressing for Midlife8:44 Personalized Core Wardrobe and Styling24:47 Confidence in Personal Style30:38 Essential Wardrobe Items for Midlife Women44:42 Dressing for Attractiveness and PurposeLearn more from Ashli Anna:Grab the Style Guide:Subject Line: Style Guideboldfaithandfashion@gmail.com Facebook Group:Capsule Wardrobe Outfit Ideas For Working Midlife WomenSupport the showHead to www.movingthroughmidlife. com to learn moreJoin our Free FB Community:Moving through Midlife (Powered by Form Fit) | Facebookor follow me on IG or Tik Tokcourtney_formfit
In this episode, I discuss the medicinal properties of Chicory, the history of stuffing and dressing, how to make both fried and baked cornbread and I share some old family recipes.New today in my Woodcraft shop: https://judsoncarrollwoodcraft.substack.com/p/wild-cherry-cooking-set-2Link to top Southern Podcasts https://blog.feedspot.com/southern_podcasts/Read about my new books:Medicinal Weeds and Grasses of the American Southeast, an Herbalist's Guidehttps://southernappalachianherbs.blogspot.com/2023/05/medicinal-weeds-and-grasses-of-american.htmlAvailable in paperback on Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0C47LHTTHandConfirmation, an Autobiography of Faithhttps://southernappalachianherbs.blogspot.com/2023/05/confirmation-autobiography-of-faith.htmlAvailable in paperback on Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0C47Q1JNKVisit my Substack and sign up for my free newsletter: https://judsoncarroll.substack.com/Read about my new other books:Medicinal Ferns and Fern Allies, an Herbalist's Guide https://southernappalachianherbs.blogspot.com/2022/11/medicinal-ferns-and-fern-allies.htmlAvailable for purchase on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BMSZSJPSThe Omnivore's Guide to Home Cooking for Preppers, Homesteaders, Permaculture People and Everyone Else: https://southernappalachianherbs.blogspot.com/2022/10/the-omnivores-guide-to-home-cooking-for.htmlAvailable for purchase on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BGKX37Q2Medicinal Shrubs and Woody Vines of The American Southeast an Herbalist's Guidehttps://southernappalachianherbs.blogspot.com/2022/06/medicinal-shrubs-and-woody-vines-of.htmlAvailable for purchase on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B2T4Y5L6andGrowing Your Survival Herb Garden for Preppers, Homesteaders and Everyone Elsehttps://southernappalachianherbs.blogspot.com/2022/04/growing-your-survival-herb-garden-for.htmlhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B09X4LYV9RThe Encyclopedia of Medicinal Bitter Herbs: https://southernappalachianherbs.blogspot.com/2022/03/the-encyclopedia-of-bitter-medicina.htmlAvailable for purchase on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B5MYJ35RandChristian Medicine, History and Practice: https://southernappalachianherbs.blogspot.com/2022/01/christian-herbal-medicine-history-and.htmlAvailable for purchase on Amazon: www.amazon.com/dp/B09P7RNCTBHerbal Medicine for Preppers, Homesteaders and Permaculture People: https://southernappalachianherbs.blogspot.com/2021/10/herbal-medicine-for-preppers.htmlAlso available on Amazon: www.amazon.com/dp/B09HMWXL25Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/show/southern-appalachian-herbsBlog: https://southernappalachianherbs.blogspot.com/Free Video Lessons:Herbal Medicine 101 (rumble.com)
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BECOME A STUDENT IN THE FOOD STORAGE FEAST ONLINE COURSE Learn skills to turn basic foods into delicious meals all year long. The Food Storage Feast Online Course pays for itself with a bounty of amazing meals, it's the education you can eat! Food Storage Feast Endorsement: “Food Storage Feast is one of the most important recommendations I can make for your preparedness. Chef Keith has changed my entire perspective on how to really enjoy living off food storage.” -Joel Skoussen, Author Strategic Relocation, Publisher World Affairs Brief HARVEST EATING SPICE BLENDS ARE NOW SHIPPING We're excited to share the news that the Harvest Eating spice line is back! The supply chain issues have eased, and packaging is readily available in the quantities we need. Initially, we will have the following varieties available: Grilled Chicken Steakhouse Blend Carolina BBQ Northern Italian Check out our spice master pack containing 6 cans of our best-selling spices, perfect for Christmas gift giving, save $11 dollars and get free shipping. Montana Steak, poultry seasoning, and a breakfast sausage blend will also come later this year. Our wholesale prices have increased substantially but we have kept prices the same as before. WHAT IS ON THE MENU: Pork Roast Pork Green Chili with white beans Stewed Apples Rooibos Tea FOOD INDUSTRY AND HARVEST NEWS: Ramen Maker Invests $228 Million in New Plant As Demand Surges The Shit Show At Beyond Meat Continues As Sales Slow 6 Quarters In A Row And Debt Mounts Mounting challenges in plant-based meat Last week, Brown issued a dire outlook for Beyond Meat. While he said there were pockets of strength for the firm, Brown said he was “disappointed” by Beyond Meat's results in the most recent period and that he expects “current headwinds to persist in the coming quarters.” TODAY'S MAIN TOPIC: Proper Thanksgiving Stuffing (dressing) Is Easy, Just Follow These Simple Methods As many of you know I come from NJ and that means I call stuffing stuffing, not dressing like they do in the southern part of the country. Once you decide on what name you're calling this concoction, you have to decide if you're going to actually stuff this stuff into your turkey. For me that is not happening, I NEVER stuff the turkey. I find it increases the mass and slows the cooking time down, plus I want the stuffing to be fully cooked and not have partially raw turkey juice in it. So, to make sure it's safe, and fast, I cook it separately. Lastly, I like some crispness to my stuffing, which is not attainable if it's stuffed into the bird. What you want to put into your stuffing is another decision point, they all have some type of bread but cornbread often shows up to replace basic white bread. Typically aromatics are present such as onions, celery, green peppers, bay leaves, herbs, etc. Most stuffing is moistened with chicken or turkey stock to prevent dryness. In my mind, the most important ingredient in stuffing is the woody herb sage. Sage is the glue that holds Thanksgiving together in my opinion. Sage is a strong flavor but for me, it's intoxicating and brings so many fond memories of this holiday meal we all love so much. I always have sausage in my stuffing, the kind that has sage in it, apples are also usually added for some sweetness but this year I plan to swap those for butternut squash and keep the apples on the side. Let's talk about the actual method of making the stuffing. Here is what you need: 2 half-sheet trays with cubed bread 1 large onion, diced 1 lb Jimmy Dean sage sausage 3 stalks celery 1 small green bell pepper minced 1 granny smith apple, diced 2 tsp rubbed sage salt and pepper to taste 3 cups turkey or chicken stock HOMESTEAD TSUNAMI: Choosing the best duck breeds for a small homestead depends on your specific needs, available space, and climate. Here are some popular duck breeds known for their suitability in small homesteads, considering both meat and egg production, as well as ease of keeping: 1. Khaki Campbell: - Egg Production: Khaki Campbells are excellent layers, known for their high egg production. They can lay up to 300 eggs per year. - Meat: While not as large as some other breeds, Khaki Campbells can still provide a decent amount of meat. - Ease of Keeping: They are relatively easy to care for and are known for being active foragers. 2. Pekin: - Meat Production: Pekins are one of the most popular meat duck breeds due to their rapid growth and plump, white meat. - Egg Production: While not as prolific as some egg-laying breeds, Pekins still lay a respectable number of eggs. - Ease of Keeping: Pekins are known for their calm and friendly temperament, making them easy to handle. 3. Indian Runner: - Egg Production: Indian Runners are excellent layers and can produce around 200 to 300 eggs per year. - Meat: They are not large ducks, so they are not the best choice if meat production is a top priority. - Ease of Keeping: Indian Runners are known for their upright posture and are good foragers. They adapt well to various environments. 4. Buff Orpington: - Meat Production: While primarily a meat breed for chickens, Buff Orpington ducks also provide a decent amount of meat. - Egg Production: They are good layers, producing around 150 to 200 eggs per year. - Ease of Keeping: Buff Orpingtons are known for their calm and friendly demeanor, making them suitable for small homesteads. 5. Rouen: - Meat Production: Similar in appearance to Pekins, Rouens provide good-quality meat and are a larger breed. - Egg Production: While not as prolific as some other breeds, they still lay a reasonable number of eggs. - Ease of Keeping: Rouens are hardy and easy to care for, making them suitable for beginners. Remember that the quality of care, diet, and living conditions also play a crucial role in the productivity and well-being of your ducks. Additionally, local regulations, climate, and available space should be considered when selecting duck breeds for your small homestead. **Please note: I have never owned a duck, so while this is informative, it's not real-life experience. To see some excellent real-world advice check out the Duck Chronicles by Jack Spirko, a YouTube series that shows just about every aspect of raising ducks you could imagine. They don't call him the redneck duck farmer for nothing! ECONOMIC NEWS: The United States economy, once considered the bedrock of global financial stability, is facing a myriad of challenges that are causing concern among economists and everyday Americans alike. In this article, we will delve into the intricacies of the slowing real estate sector, the collapsing bond market, soaring inflation rates, and the repercussions of sky-high fuel prices. These factors collectively pose a significant threat to the budgets of everyday Americans, painting a picture of economic uncertainty and financial strain. Moodys Follows Fitch and Downgrades US Credit Worthiness Citing high debt to GDP, interest costs rising to a trillion dollars per year, a funding crunch that seems to need a few trillion dollars every other month or so to avoid a government shutdown. Slowing Real Estate Sector: The real estate market, long regarded as a key indicator of economic health, is experiencing a notable slowdown. Housing prices, which have been steadily climbing for years, are now showing signs of moderation. This deceleration can be attributed to various factors, including rising interest rates, tightening lending standards, and a glut of inventory in certain regions. As the real estate market cools, homeowners may find themselves with diminishing property values, impacting their net worth and potentially hindering their ability to access credit. Collapsing Bond Market: The bond market, often considered a safe haven for investors, is facing its own set of challenges. Yields on government bonds have been on a downward spiral, indicating a lack of confidence in the broader economy. This collapse in the bond market can be linked to concerns about the Federal Reserve's monetary policy, inflationary pressures, and the overall economic outlook. As bond prices fall and yields rise, the cost of borrowing increases, affecting everything from corporate debt to mortgage rates. High Inflation on Everyday Items: Inflation, a persistent concern for any economy, has reared its head in the form of high prices on everyday items. Consumer goods, groceries, and services are all experiencing price hikes, eroding the purchasing power of the average American. The surge in inflation can be attributed to a variety of factors, including supply chain disruptions, increased demand as the economy reopens, and rising production costs. Everyday Americans are now grappling with the reality of stretched budgets and the need to allocate more of their income to cover essential expenses. Sky-High Fuel Prices: One of the most visible impacts of the current economic challenges is the surge in fuel prices. The cost of gasoline has reached levels not seen in years, driven by factors such as geopolitical tensions, supply chain disruptions, and increased global demand. Higher fuel prices have a cascading effect on various sectors of the economy, leading to increased transportation costs for goods and services. Everyday Americans are feeling the pinch at the pump, with the increased cost of commuting impacting their household budgets. Impact on Everyday Americans: The convergence of these economic challenges poses a formidable threat to the financial well-being of everyday Americans. Homeowners may see the value of their biggest asset decline, while those looking to enter the housing market may find it increasingly unaffordable. Rising interest rates and a collapsing bond market can result in higher borrowing costs for individuals and businesses alike, stifling economic growth. Meanwhile, high inflation and soaring fuel prices contribute to an overall increase in the cost of living, putting a strain on household budgets and potentially exacerbating income inequality. Conclusion: The current state of the US economy paints a complex and challenging picture. The interplay of a slowing real estate sector, a collapsing bond market, high inflation on everyday items, and sky-high fuel prices has created an environment of economic uncertainty. As policymakers, businesses, and individuals navigate these challenges, a comprehensive and strategic approach is essential to foster economic resilience and ensure the well-being of everyday Americans. In the face of these economic headwinds, the nation must seek innovative solutions and prudent policies to steer the economy back on a path of sustainable growth and prosperity. PRODUCT RECOMMENDATION: Hank's Belts are extremely high-quality leather belts that last a lifetime. Made in New York the company has been in business for over 70 years making these heritage belts. After tiring of cheap imported belts failing in a few months I had enough and invested in 3 Hank's Belts that I expect to use for decades. I owned a Carhart belt for 15 years that finally came apart after a lot of hard use. After living with the Hanks belts for a while now, I have no doubt they will endure. CLOSING THOUGHTS: There are many facets of a great Thanksgiving dinner, stuffing is certainly one of them. 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Have you seen the Bear/LEARN undies over at Tiny Undies? Cute, right? But what are they for and how do they help with Elimination Communication? Hint: it has to do with self-dressing and overall potty independence. Don't miss today's episode, when we'll talk about how, and why it's important. Get full show notes and add your comments or questions here: https://godiaperfree.com/258 Get my free easy start guide for EC https://godiaperfree.com/start Start EC with your baby today with my popular book, Go Diaper Free: https://godiaperfree.com/thebook
On this week's episode of the Style Masterclass Podcast I am sharing with you the 10-minute dressing framework I use called the “Daily Defrump” tool. You'll learn: What the “Daily Defrump” tool is and how it helps you start work earlier The power of a well-planned wardrobe Why getting dressed isn't streamlined or effective for you (and how to change that) For my entrepreneur listeners: https://programs.judithgaton.com/style
I've always felt that there is something rather singular about the month of November. Tonight I try to find out what it is and end up recounting the time when Guy Fawkes wore my old dressing gown (which might or might not have anything to do with it!). Journal entry:8th November, Wednesday.“Look down for the healing. A reluctant dawn this morning, South wind plays with stray raindrops And birch leaves. Scars of grey paving slabs lined with green. Willowherb, spurge, dandelion. Green healing the grey. Always there's the healing. Look to the healing Beneath your feet.”Episode Information:In this episode I read very short extracts from: Ruth Binney's (2010) Weather Lore published by David and Charles. Miles Hadfield's (1950) An English Almanac published by Dent and Sons.I also read a brief extract of John Clare's ‘November' from his The Shepherd's Calendar (1827). ‘Norfolk Greg's' blog post on Banbury Canal Day. With special thanks to our lock-wheelers for supporting this podcast.Allison on the narrowboat Mukka Derek and Pauline Watts Anna V. Sean James Cameron Orange Cookie Donna Kelly Mary Keane. Tony Rutherford. Arabella Holzapfel. Rory with MJ and Kayla. Narrowboat Precious Jet. Linda Reynolds Burkins. Richard Noble. Carol Ferguson. Tracie Thomas Mark and Tricia Stowe Madeleine SmithGeneral DetailsIn the intro and the outro, Saint-Saen's The Swan is performed by Karr and Bernstein (1961) and available on CC at archive.org. Two-stroke narrowboat engine recorded by 'James2nd' on the River Weaver, Cheshire. Uploaded to Freesound.org on 23rd June 2018. Creative Commons Licence. Piano and keyboard interludes composed and performed by Helen Ingram.All other audio recorded on site. Support the showBecome a 'Lock-Wheeler'Would you like to support this podcast by becoming a 'lock-wheeler' for Nighttime on Still Waters? Find out more: 'Lock-wheeling' for Nighttime on Still Waters.ContactFor pictures of Erica and images related to the podcasts or to contact me, follow me on: Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/noswpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimeonstillwaters/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NoswPod Mastodon: https://mastodon.world/@nosw I would love to hear from you. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop me a line by going to the nowspod website and using either the contact form or, if you prefer, record your message by clicking on the microphone icon. For more information about Nighttime on Still Waters You can find more information and photographs about the podcasts and life aboard the Erica on our website at noswpod.com.
In this week's HowToBBQRight Podcast, it's almost TURKEY TIME, y'all (00:26)! We're dropping some Thanksgiving Care Packages over on the 'Let's Get to Cookin' community (08:00)! When should you start buying your turkeys for Thanksgiving (08:40)? What's the best brand of turkey to buy (12:50)? The turkey may be the face of Thanksgiving, but the SIDES are where it's at (17:57)! Which is better: Stuffing or Dressing (21:05)? How many days do you need to thaw out your turkey (26:34)? I pick Malcom's brain about the do's and don'ts of brining a turkey (30:31). When and what should you inject your bird with this year (35:39)? Is it okay to stuff AND smoke a turkey (43:54)? How long should your turkey be left in the pit (49:54)? How long can you hold a turkey for, after you cook it (51:23)? Can you dry brine a turkey (54:54)? Finally, we close out with Malcom's final tips for you to make the BEST Thanksgiving turkey you can this holiday season (59:36)!
As a reminder, I will be holding another round of Land Your Dream Job Accelerator in January. If you're interested or would like to know more, email me at email@example.com Body language, or nonverbal communication, can make or break your interview. No matter what is coming out of your mouth, a trained interviewer will pay attention to what you are saying with your facial expressions, arms, posture, and general demeanor. If what you are saying is at odds with your body language, a trained interviewer will believe your body language. The caveat here: Be yourself. Take the advice I give in this episode to perhaps move the needle in a few areas, but don't try to make yourself over completely – you'll come across as nervous and uncertain, leaving the interviewer confused. And confused people don't buy. Here then, are 11 tips for conveying appropriate body language during a job interview: 1. Posture.Sit or stand up straight – you'll appear more confident and engaged. Head up, shoulders back, spine straight. Sit back in the chair – you won't be comfortable perched on the edge of the seat – and don't slouch or lean to one side. 2. Eye contact. Maintain almost continuous eye contact with the interviewer when they are speaking – this shows you are actively listening and engaged in the conversation. When you are speaking, you can look away occasionally – as long as you maintain eye contact most of the time. Be careful not to stare too intently, as that can be perceived as aggressive. 3. Smile.A warm, genuine smile can help you come across as friendly and approachable. Avoid excessive or insincere smiling as it can appear as nervousness. 4. Handshake.You want to offer a firm, but not bone-crushing, handshake when you first meet the interviewer. Connect thumb joint to thumb joint and pump 1-2 times. Note that a weak or limp handshake can be interpreted as lacking confidence. 5. Hand gestures.Within reason, your natural hand gestures will appear authentic, and can help emphasize your points and make you seem more animated. 6. Mirroring.Subtly mirroring the interviewer's body language, such as matching their verbal pace and tone, can build rapport. Be sure to do this within the range of what is normal for you. 7. Active listening.Nod your head occasionally and use verbal cues like “I understand” and “that makes sense.” This shows you are actively listening and are engaged in the conversation. 8. Avoid fidgeting. If you tend to play with your hair when you are nervous, consider wearing it up or in a ponytail. Don't have a pen in your hand if you tend to click them. Calm that leg of yours that doesn't stop jiggling when you're nervous. 9. Dress appropriately.Dressing well can boost your confidence and create a positive impression. Your clothing should be professional and appropriate for the industry, the job you are applying for, and the company culture. 10. Facial expressions.Your facial expressions can reveal a lot about your emotions – try to maintain a calm and composed expression. Avoid rolling your eyes or showing signs of frustration. 11.Show enthusiasm. Your body language should reflect your interest and eagerness – display genuine enthusiasm for the job and the company. DIY vs. DFYDIYMy favorite free resource for interview practice is one of the free tools on the internet. Google “free interview practice” and find one you like – there are plenty to choose from, and some of them do charge. DFYOne of the best ways to correct any body language issues is with mock interviews – you'll get feedback from the mock interviewer and you'll be able to see how well you did if the session is recorded. My interview coaching package includes 2 sessions, both of which use about 20 minutes in character as interviewer and interviewee, with the remaining 40 minutes being for feedback, coaching, and training. We use the first session to determine where the client's interviewing strengths and weaknesses lie – then I give homework for the second session. In that second session, I ask some of the same questions – particularly those that gave the client trouble in the first session – then throw in some new curveballs. I see the client's confidence really shoot up in the second session, as they hear themselves performing better, I am giving them feedback to that effect, and they will be able to watch their improvement on the record.
This week on the ole pod john: Dressing up as Sia for Halloween, bringing Taco Bell food into a bar, how Jimmy Buffet wrote Margaritaville, and valuing everyday moments over big prizes. Support the showThanks for listening! Listen, rate, subscribe and other marketing type slogans! Here's my Insta: @dannypalmernyc @thedannypalmershow@blackcatcomedy And subscribe to my Patreon? Maybe? If you know how to? I don't know how it works. Let's just leave this thing be: https://www.patreon.com/thedannypalmershow
Hello and welcome to the NotACast, the one true chapter-by-chapter podcast going through A Song of Ice and Fire! In this episode, Purple Wedding Month continues as Sansa makes a run for it with brave chivalrous Ser Dontos...who sells her to Littlefinger before getting shot for his trouble. Next time: in ASOS Jaime VII, Jaime returns to King's Landing at last, and Cersei and Tywin make sure that he doesn't miss out on all the Purple Wedding fun. Fun? Let's call it fun. Emmett's twitter: twitter.com/PoorQuentyn Manu's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManuclearBomb Manu's patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ManuclearBomb Our patreon: www.patreon.com/NotACastASOIAF Our merch store: https://notacastasoiaf.threadless.com Our twitter: twitter.com/NotACastASOIAF Our facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/289889118235797/ Our youtube page: www.youtube.com/channel/UCmmDfPdG…iew_as=subscriber Our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notacastasoiaf/
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Today, I'm chatting with Ade Hofmann, a dedicated early childhood educator passionate about outdoor play and founder of Nature Play All Day Early Childhood Program in Maine. On this episode, we discuss the significance of outdoor gear for children's play and share inclusive strategies and recommended brands. Ade also gives us an overview of her vision for a rental program that makes outdoor play accessible to all. Some key takeaways: The Importance of Outdoor Play and Clothing: Kristen and Ade discuss the famous saying, "There's no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing," and the truth behind it. Ade emphasizes the importance of meeting children where they are in terms of outdoor gear. They acknowledge that the saying can be oversimplified and discuss the challenges of appropriate outdoor clothing for children. Inclusive Strategies for Outdoor Gear: Ade shares her strategies for making outdoor clothing more inclusive for children regardless of their backgrounds. She emphasizes the significance of building gear lending libraries to reduce the financial burden on families. Kristen adds insights about creating partnerships with local consignment shops and thrift stores. Favorite Brands for Outdoor Gear: Kristen and Ade recommend their favorite brands for outdoor clothing, including C'est la Vie, Didriksons, and Bogs boots. They discuss the importance of wool socks, mittens, and toe warmers in colder climates. Implementing a Rental Program: Ade talks about her vision for a rental program in her new program, which aims to provide gear for the whole year at minimal cost. Kristen shares her experience with a similar program that includes mittens, rain suits, and boots for the whole year. Living is Learning: Ade explains the concept of "living is learning" as a reminder that everything children do is a form of learning. Kristen and Ade emphasize that living and learning happen in every aspect of life, not just during play. If you've ever wondered about how to get outside in all kinds of weather with young children, this episode is for you! Join Kristen and Ade as they swap stories, give practical tips, and share recommendations to properly dress for outdoor play. Find Kristen here: @kristen.rb.peterson or at KristenRBPeterson.com Find Ade here: @natureplayallday and grab her Free Gear Guide Learn more about her program Nature Play All Day and donate items to their Amazon wishlist
On this week's episode of Great Hang we have hilarious comedian and guest Amy Cardinale on. We talk about Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift Halloween costumes. What its like being one of the few women at an MMA gym. And we get an unheard submission to our speaking ill of the dead segment Great Hang Patreon https://www.patreon.com/GreatHang iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/great-hang-with-myka-and-tim/id1574565430?i=1000562076384 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0xpCw3jkplXMxp82ow0NCF?si=8757f4b501834a45 Follow Myka @Mykafox https://twitter.com/MykaFox https://www.instagram.com/mykafox/ Follow Tim https://twitter.com/MayorOfFartTown https://www.instagram.com/hot_comic69/ Check Out Tough Questions with Jeff and Tim iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tough-questions/id1669524479 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0fy4RZhE6uE6WReq9jVP4O?si=c24824663daf4408 Ask Your Own Question Sign Up for The Patreon HERE! www.patreon.com/ToughQuestions
Did you carve a pumpkin this year? Anna was shocked at the actual percentage of Americans who did it this year! (:30) Have you ever noticed that once you start eating Halloween candy, you just can't stop? Anna and Raven spoke to Dr. Jennifer Wider about the reason behind the phenomenon! (3:22) Dressing up is fun on Halloween, but if you're the only person who dressed up at the office, that's all I need to know about you! (7:01) Candy is fun, but how about some Halloween cocktails for the adults? Chef Plum from the Food Network is in the studio to mix up some fun! (10:15) Do you believe in Big Foot? Author and Paranormal expert David Weatherly spoke to Anna and Raven about why you should believe! (13:28) All this week you have a chance at a $50 Target gift card by playing Candy Autopsy with Anna & Raven! Anna reads off a specific recipe and you guess the candy! You get it right and you earn yourself a Target gift card! (17:43) Have you ever had an encounter with a spirit? Ghost Hunter Barry Pirro spoke to Anna and Raven about his experiences with the beyond! (20:28) Have you ever wanted to speak to your loved ones who have passed on? Psychic Medium Patty Griffin is in the studio taking calls! (28:32) Leo loves to scare all the kids on Halloween when they come to his home to trick or treat. He hides in the garage with a chainsaw, pretends to be a prop then comes to life... His wife, Alison, says it's too much and it's embarrassing. He does it to the young children too and laughs! He says that it's Halloween, parents and kids expect it, it's fun! Whose side are you on? (39:04) Destiny has got a shot at $1600 and today she is teaming up with Halloween expert Sue Galletta to beat Raven in pop culture trivia! (46:20)
Autumn fills the air, and of all the things that frighten us, some of the most terrifying are those which involve "the terrors next door," and the lurking fears of the everyday. Yet there are also stories involving stranger things... encounters with odd individuals that don't seem to have a place in our consensus reality. Can science explain these experiences, or is there something more complex involved? In this special Halloween 2023 installment of The Micah Hanks Program, after news involving alleged hauntings and exorcisms, examine a collection of terrors and odd tales, ranging from horrific murders that happened very close to home for our haunted host back in the 1990s. We then suspend our disbelief as we shift our attention toward unreal experiences from over the decades where people have described visits with entities hailing "from beyond." Who are these mysterious visitors... Ghosts? Extraterrestrials? Time travelers? Or do they represent something else entirely? The story doesn't end here... become an X Subscriber and get access to even more weekly content and monthly specials. Want to advertise/sponsor The Micah Hanks Program? We have partnered with the fine folks at Gumball to handle our advertising/sponsorship requests. If you would like to advertise with The Micah Hanks Program, all you have to do is click the link below to get started: Gumball: Advertise with The Micah Hanks Program Show Notes Below are links to stories and other content featured in this episode: NEWS: Millions of Americans Believe in Ghosts. An Expert Reveals Why. Patrick Stewart sold haunted Los Angeles home without revealing ghosts Goldie Hawn recounts alien encounter: 'Oh, my God. I think I made contact with outer space' Police discover 'exorcism spells' notebook at the scene of Cumberland County shooting Dressing up as evil creatures for Halloween ‘dangerous' – exorcists I'm a Vatican-trained exorcist. I've stared demons in the face, watched people slither on the floor like snakes, and seen people levitate. THE TERROR NEXT DOOR: The Halloween Murder of Karen Styles FROM BEYOND: Sam the Sandown Clown: Alien, Man in Black, or Folie à Deux? The crash of a UFO or Time Traveler in 1790 in France Men in Black in Maine - The 1976 Herbert Hopkins Case BECOME AN X SUBSCRIBER AND GET EVEN MORE GREAT PODCASTS AND MONTHLY SPECIALS FROM MICAH HANKS. Sign up today and get access to the entire back catalog of The Micah Hanks Program, as well as “classic” episodes of The Gralien Report Podcast, weekly “additional editions” of the subscriber-only X Podcast, the monthly Enigmas specials, and much more. Like us on Facebook Follow @MicahHanks on Twitter Keep up with Micah and his work at micahhanks.com.
This week, Steph & Ash sit down with David Kahn, owner & President of Bespoke & co. Bespoke is a custom tailored clothing company for men & women aimed at helping people look and feel their best. What you wear goes way further than just how you look, it actually has more to do with […] The post The Psychology of Dressing Well – David Kahn appeared first on Radio Influence.
Do Phones Have OS Because I Like Really Wanted to Know. Full sized Johnson candy. Smart TVs are dumb. Up in the night with the meat. Here's Florida Georgia Linw with a song about Colorado called Montana. Harr the Harrar Stary. Trick or Jambalaya. Scott Is A Conflator. Dressing up as Jack Shit. Pear Pressure. 3 Book Weekend. Not a Witch, But Still a Duck. I curse you, apparently. Test driving Tristan. Digestion Speed Run with Bobby and more on this episode of The Morning Stream. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Do Phones Have OS Because I Like Really Wanted to Know. Full sized Johnson candy. Smart TVs are dumb. Up in the night with the meat. Here's Florida Georgia Linw with a song about Colorado called Montana. Harr the Harrar Stary. Trick or Jambalaya. Scott Is A Conflator. Dressing up as Jack Shit. Pear Pressure. 3 Book Weekend. Not a Witch, But Still a Duck. I curse you, apparently. Test driving Tristan. Digestion Speed Run with Bobby and more on this episode of The Morning Stream. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, I answer a question about dressing windows in a small space and painting staircases. If you have questions for me, make sure to submit them here. I'm currently on maternity leave but will be popping in once a month to batch answer your questions. This episode, we discuss… [01:35] Dressing windows in a small open concept space (Mayan) [10:04] Painting staircase spindles (Benjamin) Links: Website: https://www.betsyhelmuth.com Book: https://www.betsyhelmuth.com/my-book Become a Premium Member: https://www.affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast Submit Your Questions: https://www.affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/affordableinteriordesign Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AffIntDesign
If you know us, you know Nat is all about her high heels, whether she is walking through an airport or wandering the streets of New York City, and Cat finds comfort in casual clothes. Dressing up for her means jeans and super cute sneakers. We are the tale of two very different styles. But this week, Nat talks about her clothes woes, not having anything to wear, and its effect on her. Do clothes give you confidence?Want our podcasts sent straight to your phone? Text us the word "Podcast" to +1 (917) 540-8715 and we'll text you the new episodes when they're released!Tune in for new Cat & Nat Unfiltered episodes every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday!Follow @catandnatunfiltered on Instagram: https://instagram.com/catandnatunfilteredOur new book "Mom Secrets" is now available! Head to www.catandnat.ca/book to grab your autographed copy! Come see us LIVE on tour!! To see a full list of cities and dates, go to https://catandnattour.com.Follow our parenting platform - The Common Parent - over on Instagram: https://instagram.com/thecommonparentBecome a Member of The Common Parent, our ultimate parenting toolkit for parents of teens and tweens for just $74.99/year: https://thecommonparent.comGet a FREE “Thoughts Between Us” Journal with The Common Parent Annual Membership: Click Here!Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for our new cooking show and our #momtruth videos: https://bitly.com/catnatyoutubeCheck out our Amazon Lives here: https://bitly.com/catnatamazonliveOrder TAYLIVI here: https://taylivi.comGet personalized videos from us on Cameo: https://cameo.com/catandnatCome hang with us over on https://instagram.com/catandnat all day long.And follow us on https://tiktok.com/@catandnatofficial! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's one of the most memorable moments in television history, but nobody really knows what actually happened or why. At the Superbowl halftime show in 2004, two of the world's biggest stars shared the stage: Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake. At the end of their number, Timberlake ripped away a piece of Jackson's top, exposing her breast to 9/16ths of a second. The incident caused an international scandal, and Jackson's career would never be the same. BUT WHAT REALLY HAPPENED? This episode tries to untangle it all. LOOKING FOR MORE TCO? On our Patreon feed, you'll find over 300 FULL BONUS episodes to BINGE RIGHT NOW! Including our episode-by-episode coverage of "House of Haammer" "Trainwreck: Woodstock '99," "Bad Vegan" "LuLaRich" "John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise" "Night Stalker" "The Jinx," "Making A Murderer," "The Staircase," "I'll Be Gone in the Dark," "A Wilderness of Error" "The Vow" "Tiger King" "Don't F**K With Cats," "The Menendez Murders," "The Murder of Laci Peterson," "Casey Anthony: American Murder Mystery," "Serial," "Lorena," "The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann," "OJ: Made in America" and so many more! JOIN HERE! COME TO PATRICK'S TRAVELING BOOK PARTY! PHONEIX: December, 3. PITTSBURGH: December 8 & 9 Toronto: December 10 COME TO OBSESSED FEST! Spend a weekend with all your favorite true crime podcasters, DRAG QUEENS, and true crime personalities! Tickets and Info Here!