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HOSTS:Listen to James Cridland and Sam Sethi GUEST: Winslow Bright - Executive Producer at Premier Music GroupNEWS: Apple Podcasts announced its Best of 2021. A Slight Change of Plans with Maya Shankar from Pushkin Industries was chosen as Best Show of the Year.The chart also gives us some understanding of the performance of Apple Podcasts Paid Subscriptions - Bad Blood: The Final Chapter is #1 in the list, and said in September that they had 6,000 subscribers. (That was $16,000 a month in revenue after Apple's cut).The Australian Podcast Awards winners will be announced on Thursday 2nd December at a live ceremony in Sydney. In Australia, the winners of the Australian Commercial Radio Awards were announced. Best Original Podcast went to Zero Waste Baby with Veronica Milsom, produced by SCA's LiSTNR.In the UK, the 2021 Audio Production Awards took place. The Production Company of the Year was won by Listen Entertainment.In the UK, The Rachel Bland new podcast award from BBC Radio 5 Live has been awarded this year to You're Not My Mum: The Stepmum's Side. Edison Research's Infinite Dial is coming to the UK. The UK has been without a direct comparison to the US, Canada and Australia in terms of podcast consumption.The latest Share of Ear study from Edison Research suggests that more than a quarter of all Americans aged 18-34 are listening to podcasts every day. Facebook is growing for podcast consumption: Tom Webster from Edison Research reports that Q3/21 data showed that 20% of people had listened to a podcast on Facebook. The same data three months earlier was just 8%. Meanwhile, still no sign of podcasts in Facebook outside the USRAIN's Brad Hill reviews Facebook Podcasts. “Clearly not ready for primetime”, he concludes.
Check out Merck Animal Health’s Otitis treatments here ▸ https://tinyurl.com/za5ern28Thanks to Merck Animal Health for sponsoring! Otitis externa is an inflammation of the external auditory canal from the pinna to the tympanic membrane commonly observed in dogs and sometimes in cats. Clinical signs include inflammation, soreness and pain, foul odor, ear discharge, ear scratching, andContinue reading "Ear disease in dogs"
'The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog' is an English-language pangram: it's a sentence which contains all of the letters of the English alphabet. But is that the only pangram? Professor Roly Sussex is on a mission to find out.
Adam Cox is joined by Professor Bhik Kotecha, Ear, Nose and Throat consultant working at Nuffield Brentwood and Harley Street, to discuss how snoring is effecting the sleep of sufferers and their loved ones. They look at what sleep apnoea is and how people may be unknowingly effected, and the options available to aid in snoring reduction. https://uk.exciteosa.com/
Melodic dictation, the act of transcribing and notating a melody by ear, is a crucial skill for a musician to cultivate. In this episode, we will focus on the Dorian mode and some of the chords that compliment it. It has one small difference from the minor scale, or Aeolean mode. Let's listen!
Let's get real weird with it! In this episode, we take a look at that "unexplainable" feeling we get with certain songs. Is it a subconscious thing? A childhood thing? Or is it a song we've related to in an alternate or past life? We discuss all this, put together the playlist, and Scott and Nick can't get through the "weird" Live Read with Tidbit Jim. Listen to the full playlist here:Follow Pinch Recording on Instagram:Pinch RecordingE Scott LindnerNick "The Ear" Angeloor visit us atwww.pinchrecording.comwww.escottlindner.comwww.paperhousenetworkUse Code PINCH for 15% OFF at SilkCityHotSauce.comNick Angelo's Revolving 10 on SpotifyGet Some Merch
How big is your vocabulary? Former British prime minister and Nobel Prize for Literature winner Winston Churchill is supposed to have had a 60.000 word vocabulary. It's a question about vocabulary that's on the mind of Wesley, a Year 6 student at Durack State School and Professor Roly Sussex is only too happy to help out.
After discussing how genetic testing has evolved, Stephen Daiger, PhD, Director of the Laboratory for Molecular Diagnosis of Inherited Eye Diseases at the University of Texas at Houston, and Emily Place, MS, LCGC, a genetic counselor from Boston's Massachusetts Eye and Ear, talk about the process of interpreting the results of a genetic test—and how empowering it can be for the person, their family, and their future. Learn more from Stephen Daiger on the importance of genetic testing at EyeWant2Know.com.
Quit doom scrolling and start learning! And don't worry — you don't have to stop scrolling! Today, you'll hear about 10 must-follow guitar builder accounts on Instagram and Facebook that will inspire, educate, and entertain you with stories about building guitars. Each of these guitar builders, or luthiers, was selected because they have beautiful images, incredible stories, and insights on the creation of the most magical instrument. My goal is to help immerse you in the world of guitars. So, even if you aren't playing or sitting with the guitar in your lap, you can still learn about different aspects of the guitar. These luthiers have incredible stories to share with the world, and I want to help them get the word out! And, I want to help you discover a new world of guitar builders that you may have not even known about. And, let's be real for a second...we could all use some positivity in our social media feeds, which is another reason I wanted to share this list with you. All of the luthiers are sure to share incredible photos, stories, and demos of some incredible guitars played by incredible musicians. Without further ado, here's the list: - @hallandguitars (https://www.instagram.com/hallandguitars/) - @ejhendersonguitars (https://www.instagram.com/ejhendersonguitars/) - @matsudaguitars (https://www.instagram.com/matsudaguitars/) - @prewarguitars (https://www.instagram.com/prewarguitars/) - @Mule Resonator Guitars (https://www.instagram.com/muleresonatorguitars/) - @Greenfield Guitars (https://www.instagram.com/greenfieldguitars/) - @benjaminpaladacciguitars (https://www.instagram.com/benjaminpaldacciguitars/) - @dionguitars (https://www.instagram.com/dionguitars/) - @tempestguitars (https://www.instagram.com/tempestguitars/) - @Tom Sands (https://www.instagram.com/tom_sands_guitars/) Also featured in this Episode... - @Eric Clapton and his '68 Martin D-45 - @Jake Workman and "Whiskey Before Breakfast" - Ryan Acker's "Ear to the Ground"
Ear muffs people. Brendan and Mike tear the rules this week as they rip through Movember, cursing, the COVID government bitchslap, bleeding in public (and in private), NBA, UFC, The Harder They Fall review, waffles v. pancakes, high school standards, smelly privates, Mike settles his fantasy football debt and other stuff that shouldn't be written. Spotify Playlist of the Week: Trey Ca$h & Aerosmith https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4mROQFAGXx3VmMHrOW0nnI?si=_wjGRkXpS42IopBndG4nBQ (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4mROQFAGXx3VmMHrOW0nnI?si=_wjGRkXpS42IopBndG4nBQ) EPISODE TIMELINE 0:00 - Intro/Gone til Movember 2:47 - Bad Words 7:45 - We See You 16:14 - Self-Checkout this Blood 22:43 - Waffle Time Gets WILD! 33:38 - NBA Talk 48:48 - UFC 268 & Frank Gore the Boxer 57:08 - Settle Your Debts - Mike's New Team Name 1:02:00 - Whatcha Watchin? The Harder They Fall 1:09:22 - Playlist/Outro Follow us: Instagram: @blackirishpod Twitter: @blackirishpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIbaKEbLuh1SMqkWNPP5Omg Mike Instagram: @blackirish213 Brendan Instagram: @brendallas7
Donna Renay Patrick - When Life Doesn't Go as Planned My guest today is Author, Radio Host, Speaker, Worship Leader and Choir Director Donna Renay Patrick. She and I had a light hearted conversation about the various ways to recover when life does not turn out like we thought it would. We shared our personal understanding of God based on our individual experiences and how we interpret God's word through our understanding. We talked about keeping a journal whether it's a gratitude journal or a journal to help you sort out your thoughts and feelings. There's value in getting out the over whelming thoughts that are bouncing around in your head, onto paper. We discussed the importance of a strong identity, as well as the importance of grieving. An interesting portion of our conversation for me was when we touched on the 3 entry areas to our heart and mind: Ear gate, eye gate, & mouth gate. Theses are significant entry points into our lives and they need to be guarded. We are the gate keepers and when we're equipped to take our position we learn to cultivate peace in our lives. Not that we can keep from experiencing pain or trauma because ultimately these are opportunities to draw close to the Lord and not be self-sufficient but for the purpose of limiting the times we are confused and suffering. Donna and I shared our thoughts on what it means to let go…not to nothing or anything hoping something will happen but rather letting go and submitting yourself to God's care…it's the only place we're safe. What does it mean to praise God in the middle of our pain and suffering? Donna and I found value in taking our focus off of ourselves and putting it on the One, Jesus Christ who can bring healing and restoration. The One who is with us in the places that no one else can reach. Even our climate with its 4 seasons reflects something about the seasons in our individual lives…..Side note: So you don't get pulled out of the conversation wondering what I'm talking about….I describe the Fall leaves as God's confetti…but for some reasons I said flowers. I meant to say leaves. Join Donna and I as we explore the various things that are helpful when life does not happen like we had envisioned it would. Live Loved and Thrive! @alifeofthrive.com Get Connected with Donna Renay Patrick: https://donnarenaypatrick.com Facebook: Donna Renay Patrick, M.A. Twitter: @Donnarpatrick Instagram: donnarenaypatrick LinkedIn: Donna Renay Patrick, M.A BIO: Donna Renay Patrick is an award-winning author of two praise and worship-themed Devotionals; It's In Your Praise, and At All Times. She also co-authored three anthologies; The Perfect 7, Stories of Roaring Faith (Vol 4), and Be Refreshed. She has served in music ministry for over 35 years in the capacities of musician, choir director, and worship leader. Her passion is training and development in worship ministry, and why it is important for the 21st Century church to keep God-pleasing worship priority – not only on Sunday morning, but in our daily lives. As a regular presenter at the Bay Area Sunday School and Church Workers Convention Castro Valley, California, she facilitates workshops in various facets of Christian Education. Some of the topics she frequently teaches on are Church Growth Through The Ministry of Worship; The Call To Worship Revisited; and Improving the Working Relationship Between The Pulpit and The Music Ministry. On the invitation of the African American Lectionary, she wrote a commentary to coincide with the September 2013 Worship & Arts Sunday celebration. Donna earned a Bachelor of Science in History and Secondary Education from Bishop College in Dallas, Texas. In May of 2011 she received her Master of Arts in Christian Education from Dallas Baptist University. She received her personal trainer certification from the International Sports Sciences Association, and completed her paralegal education at the former Southeastern Paralegal Institute. She taught in the paralegal program at The University of North Texas for 4 years. Donna currently serves on the music staff of the New Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Lancaster, Texas. She is host of The Donna Patrick Show, heard globally each Monday afternoon, where the focus is on life-transforming praise and worship beyond the music. She serves on the Executive Board of The Northeastern District Baptist Association, and is a certified instructor with the National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc. TRANSCRIPT: https://www.happyscribe.com/transcriptions/85b6b1c87e2442fcb4e99131aa85347b/edit_v2
Our Clean Comedy Time Podcast guest is Vien Phommachanh. Doctor, Phommachanh is the #1 Ranked Laotian, Ear, Nose, and Throat Doctor/Comedian in Southwest Florida. Brian and Aaron talk with him about the good, the bad, and the funny. Yes, he is a real life doctor. Seriously. Dr. Phommachanh is a practicing ear, nose, and throat doctor in Sarasota, FL. During the daytime, Dr. Phommachanh is really helpful if you have an ear infection, runny nose, or sore throat. Call for an appointment. You can find Vien on his website: ComicDoc.com With links to his social media (mostly Comic Doc) found there.
In this episode, we celebrate the birth of the Pinch Music madman, Scott Lindner. The playlist consists of all things Scott as we talk Krautrock, Reggae, Mozart, and even Jimmy Buffett. Plus some interesting history talk about Guy Fox, because... why not, it's Scott. Listen to the full playlist here:Follow Pinch Recording on Instagram:Pinch RecordingE Scott LindnerNick "The Ear" Angeloor visit us atwww.pinchrecording.comwww.escottlindner.comwww.paperhousenetworkUse Code PINCH for 15% OFF at SilkCityHotSauce.comNick Angelo's Revolving 10 on SpotifyGet Some Merch
Have you ever felt like you were too caught up in the minute details of day-to-day living to realize the amount of change that occurred around you? Often, progress happens in increments and these shifts can be tracked in retrospect. However, being mindful of these new trends and circumstances can take some practice. When it comes to data, information is evolving at an unprecedented pace; not just in terms of volume but in speed as well. The size, depth, and speed of all the knowledge we have at our hands can become overwhelming, especially when we have never been properly equipped to deal with our own data in the first place. The TARTLE marketplace is an opportunity for individuals to adapt to this new reality and take control over their data. In a world where historically, corporations have gotten away with profiting off of our personal information, we are committed to helping the people on the ground get their voice back. It's a worldwide initiative that we have decided to undertake to aid in humanity's progress. Keeping an Ear to the Ground: The Race for Innovation and Relevance - There is a constant pressure for companies to innovate. Plenty of old tech companies that played such an important role in our childhood eventually became obsolete due to their inability to keep up with the times—such as Kodak, Blockbusters, and Toys R Us. It's a tough lesson for any business: if you don't keep up, you will be left behind. One pertinent example is the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the healthcare industry. IoT has immense potential in helping health researchers and doctors keep entire populations healthy. This is because it captures large swathes of information in real time. TARTLE is committed to integrating these APIs into its marketplace, so that users have the opportunity to turn it into a fungible data packet and share it with causes that they support. On an individual level, we are also constantly reinventing ourselves on multiple levels. We try out new looks, styles, relationships, thought patterns, and beliefs. Human nature compels us to always adjust, to always be in the search of something that works. This challenge to be better is what makes life so exciting and meaningful. Regardless of whether we speak of individuals or businesses, resistance to change can be fatal. If the first step forward is hidden under a mountain of bureaucracy and red tape, then communication can become impossible. It is easy to find comfort in a routine, or in a process that's worked for as long as you can remember— but this is not an excuse to shut out the possibility for change. Lending a Voice to the Oppressed - One big challenge in our progress of understanding countries in conflict is that gathering reliable sources of information on the ground can be incredibly difficult, if not impossible. Organizations have problems establishing the foundation needed to conduct their operations, while the people on the ground may not have the opportunity to think of reaching out when their top priority is survival. In any conflicted situation, connection can play a pivotal role in giving privileged actors the capacity to help the disenfranchised. TARTLE gives the oppressed individuals in these scenarios an opportunity to anonymously share data packets about their experiences. Closing Thoughts: Learning to Bend, Not Break - TARTLE is on a constant mission to make sure that it is flexible enough to adapt to any trend or circumstance. The platform's first priority is the progress of humanity as a collective. Amidst constant growth and evolution, it is important that the marketplace is matched with the amount of people that interact with the system and the way in which they interact with it. The marketplace is an avenue to create new tools and features out of a genuine need to solve a problem, instead of creating more bloatware or products for show. It opens conversations and discussions with individuals who are directly affected by all the serious issues we are facing today, compelling those in power to face some harsh truths about the world we live in—and the responsibility we have in changing it for the better. Your data is timeless. Now, it's time to find out what it's worth. www.tartle.co Tcast is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe. The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby. What's your data worth? Find out at: https://tartle.co/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial Spread the word!
266: Ask Matt, Rhonda, and David: Can we solve the pain in the world? How can we deal with someone who might weaponize our vulnerability? What can I do about my emotional eating? And more! Today's podcast features awesome questions from viewers like you, with answers from Rhonda, David, and our brilliant guest expert, Dr. Matthew May. Here's the list of questions, followed by partial answers (prepared prior to the podcast) from David. Ezgi Asks: Is there any way to solve pain in the world? Some people are committing suicide because they don't wanna suffer anymore. Is there any way to "finish" the suffering while we are still living in this world? Megan asks: Hi David, I was wondering what your thoughts are about using the five secrets when in communication with someone who may not be coming from a place of love or respect, or someone who might weaponize your vulnerability, such as someone with narcissistic tendencies? Telia asks: Could you please do another episode on compulsive emotional eating? I have suffered with this my whole life. Daniele asks: What “upsetting event” should I put at the top of my Daily Mood Log? Does it have to be the event that triggered your depression? Anca asks: Should I work on a different upsetting event every day and do a Daily Mood Log? What about the days when I don't have any distorted negative thoughts? Oliver asks: Dear Dr. Burns, How much time do you require your patients to spend on their daily psychotherapy homework (Daily Mood Journal)? What is overkill when doing Positive Reframing? Sarah asks: Hi Doctor Burns! Your podcasts have been so helpful! I want to know what you would have said to the husband, in this episode, if he were the one that came to you, first, about the marriage.(By way of explanation, Sarah is referring to an episode on the Five Secrets where the wife was blaming her husband for saying, “You never listen” for 25 years, and was shocked to discover that she was causing the very problem she was complaining about.) * * * Ezgi Asks: Is there any way to solve pain in the world? Some people are committing suicide because they don't wanna suffer anymore. Is there any way to "finish" the suffering while we are still living in this world? Thanks, Ezgi, I will read and answer this on an upcoming Ask David. I have committed my life to helping people who ask for help with depression, anxiety, and other problems. I do not evangelize or reach out, trying to convert people to some new way of thinking and feeling. Also, I only work with people one to one, (or in groups), and I think healing must begin with yourself. There are tons of free resources on my website, plus my books, like Feeling Good, and others, can be invaluable, including on the topic of suicide. You can get used copies inexpensively on Amazon, too! All the best, david * * * After Hearing Podcast 14 on the Five Secrets Megan asks: Hi David, I was wondering what your thoughts are about using the five secrets when in communication with someone who may not be coming from a place of love or respect, or someone who might weaponize your vulnerability, such as someone with narcissistic tendencies? Thank you, I appreciate you and all you do to make the world a kinder and gentler place. David's Response Hi Megan, Please provide a specific example. What did the other person say, and what, exactly, did you say next. One exchange is enough. Then we can do something amazing, and not just BS on an abstract level that will be useless. You see yourself, based on your note, as the sweet innocent victim of the other person's "badness." Once we have a specific example of an interaction that did not go well, and you focus on your own role, things will suddenly fall into a shockingly different perspective. david Will include this in an Ask David. * * * Telia asks: Hi David, Thank you so much for your free information and podcast #155 on emotional eating. Could you please do another episode on compulsive emotional eating? I have suffered with this my whole life. I listened to episode 155 but I need more help like actual questions to ask myself or tools to use in the moment. I have suffered with this my entire life, and I know with your help I can be free from it. Thank you Telia from Australia David's Response Hi Telia, Check out the free chapter(s) offer on bottom of my website home page. Full instructions are right there. Feel free to contact me if any questions after following the guidelines there, and doing the exercises on paper. d * * * Daniele asks: What “upsetting event” should I put at the top of my Daily Mood Log? Does it have to be the event that triggered your depression? Hello Dr. Burns, i am reading your second book, Feeling Great. The first one, the new mood couldn't help me or i couldn't get it done right. And now i am trying Feeling Great. I like the book and your thoughts. I have struggled with anxiety and depression since 2014 - on and off. Lately more on.... My biggest problem with the exercise is that you have to put an event that make you depressed. I don't know exactly why it started and i so it's difficult to find an event. What can I do? I feel depressed and don't know why. These days the fact that i couldn't get rid of the depression for so long is the main reason why i am depressed. Thanks for your help, Daniele from Italy David's Response Hi Daniele, You just have to focus on one specific moment when you were upset and want help. It can even be the moment when you are working with the Daily Mood Log. d Thank you, Dr. Burns! Daniele * * * Anca asks: Do I have to complete a Daily Mood Log every day? Hello Dr Burns, Thank you so much for the podcast and all the wonderful resources you are gifting to the world! I've been listening for the last 3 months, and I can say that your discussions with your colleagues and patients have improved my mindset and my perspective on life. They helped me to identify feelings of self-blame and other-blame that I didn't even know I had. I also didn't realize how toxic they were. I've bought the Feeling Great Book and completed 2 Daily Mood Journals. I am still in the beginning and try to improve my skills for challenging the negative thoughts. I am just wondering if I am approaching this correctly - sorry if I missed this from the book - Do I need to complete the Daily Mood Log every day? I am asking this because on the days I do feel down and do have a negative event and thoughts, it takes me a lot of time to complete the log, around 2 hours. On other days I feel ok, and don't have upsetting distorted thoughts. Should I record one negative event every day, with all the negative emotions and thoughts that come with it, or work on the same upsetting event every day, taking on one or 2 thoughts at a time? Thank you for your support and your generosity. With Gratitude, Anca David's Response Hi Anca, Will make this an Ask David. The short question is that you can work on the DML a little bit every day. I would aim for 15 to 20 minutes a day, like meditation. On some days, you will want to put in more time, which is fine, but you get 100% credit after 15 – 20 minutes. You can work on a DML over several days. This is just one idea, and ultimately you are in charge! Congrats on the fantastic work you are doing! david David * * * Oliver asks: Dear Dr. Burns, How much time do you require your patients to spend on their daily psychotherapy homework (Daily Mood Journal)? And how much time did they actually spend on a mood journal? From my experience, I seldom complete them in 2 hours, the time you set up for one session. A daily mood journal with 5 negative thoughts would often cost me 4 to 6 hours. I am wondering how much time your patients usually spend on one daily mood journal? Besides, when I was filling out one daily mood log, more upsetting events would float in my head. To avoid being distracted, I recorded the second upsetting event on another Daily Mood Journal. But I found I never had the chance to work on it because I seldom completed the first event. I am now unemployed, so I have enough time to work on an upsetting event, even if it cost me far more than 2 hours. However, I doubt if full-time employed people have enough time to do this homework, without sacrificing the time to be spent on families, sleeping, sports, and other activities. That is somewhat upsetting. Do you require your patients to finish a Daily Mood Journal in one day? I believe the guidance on this topic is not only important for me, but also for all of your readers and patients. And another question that confuses me is that what is overkill when doing Positive Reframing? And when to decide it will be overkill or not? Thanks. Oliver Smith David's Response Thanks, Oliver. You can do a DML over several days, no need to complete it all at once. 15 to 30 minutes per day would be excellent. ON Positive Reframing, I wait until we “get a feel for it,” and we generally have listed a dozen or even 20 or so positives. I have an app I'm working on that will help with these questions. Will read your question on an Ask David, perhaps. Thanks! * * * Sarah asks: Hi Doctor Burns! Your podcasts have been so helpful! I want to know what you would have said to the husband, in this episode, if he were the one that came to you, first, about the marriage. If we all cause the very relationship problems that we are complaining about, what is it that the husband is doing to cause Sarah not to listen to him and explode in anger? I see that Sarah is not able to listen and empathize, however, It seems like the husband is able to listen and empathize. What would his next step be? Thanks! Sara David's Response Thanks, Sara. This is an interesting but abstract question, and I never find that answering them is productive, as 100% of the learning is in the specific example. If he were asking for help, I would ask him to write down one thing that his wife said, as well as what, exactly, he said next, thinking of an exchange that didn't go well, and an example he wanted help with. Then we'd use the EAR technique to analyze his communication errors and show how he's causing the exact problem he's complaining about, followed by a revised response using the Five Secrets. You could do that for yourself, and we'll see what YOU might be able to learn! For example, what is something someone said to you, and what, exactly did you say next? Or, you could make up an example for me to comment on. * * * That's it for today! Rhonda, Matt, and David
If you love to play music, you probably love the idea of recording. Once you plug in, or approach the microphone, you may find some of these effects to be a great help. With dynamics, such as compression, limiting and gate, you can tame your volume levels. With equalization (EQ), you can add or subtract frequencies to better shape your sounds. And with reverb, to can add depth and dimension to an otherwise sterile sound by adding the reflections that would otherwise occur in large spaces.
Who was the very first person to speak and where was it? These are questions that have been troubling Eva. She's in Year 6 at St Sebastian's Primary School in Yeronga and Professor Roly Sussex is only too happy to answer.
It's Halloween 2. We've got Tom Cruise, Ichabod Grain, and Canable Pectin. Wrap yourself in our Halloween quilt with the best stories from last year, new stories from our listeners, and two new podplays. We have tricks: how to eat an eyeball if you have to; and treats: The Silence of the Lamb's Ear and a headless garden ghost. Revisit the haunted Fordney mansion which holds a true ghost story and find out what could happen if you garden after dark on Halloween. We've got tricks, treats and laughs. As Rosemary Clooney would say: “Come on-a my house, my house a come on - I'm gonna give you candy.” Support UDT by joining our Garden Party and get fun rewards! Get a UDT Coffee Mug or other cool Merch! Visit our website for pix, good info and Upside Down Dictionary Click here to write to us!
No one knows more about how to calm people in a crisis than Bill Eddy. A psychologist and a lawyer, he has dedicated his life and career to dealing with people in high conflict situations and giving people real tools and easy to remember resources to use to be able to manage disputes in a way that makes their lives easier. In this episode he talks about how to co-parent with narcissists, how to diffuse conversations in texts, emails, or in person. Whether this is at work, a personal situation or wherever you're dealing with a high conflict personality, this is a must listen episode. More About Bill Eddy: Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. is High Conflict Institute's co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer. He pioneered the High Conflict Personality Theory (HCP) and has become an expert on managing disputes involving people with high conflict personalities. He was the Senior Family Mediator at the National Conflict Resolution Center for 15 years, a Certified Family Law Specialist lawyer representing clients in family court for 15 years, and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker therapist with twelve years' experience. He serves on the faculty of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law in California and is a Conjoint Associate Professor with the University of Newcastle Law School in Australia. He has been a keynote speaker and trainer in over 30 U.S. states and 10 countries. In addition to authoring over twenty books, he writes a popular blog on PsychologyToday.com with over five million views. Grab Bill's book Calming People with EAR right here: https://amzn.to/2UHE1nQ Grab Bill's book BIFF for CoParent Communication: Your Guide to Difficult Texts, Emails and Social Media Posts https://amzn.to/3D6PaQu Grab Bill's book The 5 Types of People Who Can Ruin Your Life: Identifying an Dealing with Narcissists, Sociopaths and Other High Conflict Personalities https://amzn.to/3B9WZDm THIS WEEK'S SPONSOR INFORMATION: Soberlink is a comprehensive alcohol monitoring system. Combining a breathalyzer with wireless connectivity, Soberlink automatically documents proof of sobriety in real-time, which gives clients a sense of accomplishment while rebuilding trust with others. Features Adaptive Facial Recognition technology Technology to detect physical tampers Real-time text message reminders and Alerts Customizable scheduling Automated reporting options Get an exclusive $50 off your device by emailing email@example.com and mentioning Negotiate Your Best Life Grab your free resource guide RIGHT HERE! ____________________________________________________________________ For more information on REBECCA ZUNG, ESQ. visit her website www.rebeccazung.com and follow her on Instagram: @rebeccazung and YouTube! GRAB YOUR FREE CRUSH MY NEGOTIATION PREP WORKSHEET RIGHT HERE! SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL RIGHT HERE. Grab a copy of Rebecca's book, Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R.: The Sure Fire Method to Step Up and Win (foreword written by Robert Shapiro). It went straight to being a #1 bestseller the first day it was launched! Find out what everyone is so excited about - get the book RIGHT HERE! To get your copy of Rebecca's bestselling book, Breaking Free: A Step by Step Guide to Achieving Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Freedom, please visit the Amazon website to order it RIGHT HERE.
What a Creep: Mark Weinberger Season 13, Episode 2 “The Sinus Doctor” & Creep (Vanity Fair 2011) Dr. Mark Weinberger was at one time THE Ear, Nose, & Throat surgeon in Indiana, a place where factory smoke billows through the air constantly causing sinus issues for many of the residents. Most of them with union jobs and therefore, have health insurance. In 2004, he disappeared in Europe while on vacation with his wife for her 30th birthday. What she didn't know was the man she married committed medical malpractice for several years and had hundreds of lawsuits waiting for him back home. He took off for several years leaving destruction in his wake. But, the persistence of the law, the attorneys of the victims, and his now ex-wife bring him back to America to face multiple charges. So, did this Creep get his comeuppance? Let's find out. Sources: NBC Chicago Chicago Tribune Vanity Fair 2011 ABC News Vanity Fair Confidential NW Times USA Today Be sure to follow us on social media. But don't follow us too closely … don't be a creep about it! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Twitter: https://twitter.com/CreepPod @CreepPod Facebook: Join the private group! Instagram @WhatACreepPodcast Visit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/whatacreep Email: WhatACreepPodcast@gmail.com We've got merch here! https://whatacreeppodcast.threadless.com/# Our website is www.whatacreeppodcast.com Our logo was created by Claudia Gomez-Rodriguez. Follow her on Instagram @ClaudInCloud
Deep and spaciously detailed night quiet, at the edge of the tidal river Crouch in rural Essex. Wind on water. Rain on water. Night birds over water. Water upon water. A real piece of time, captured from one rainy inclement night in August by a pair of weatherproofed microphones tied to a seawall railing in Burnham-on-Crouch. Over time, and as the weather front rolls in, the delicate shifting movements of the water fill, and become richer and more pronounced. Unperturbed, curlew, redshank and distant geese patrol the black, empty night air. Their calls carry far, in long natural intervals, across the wide open space. It's the waiting, between the calls, that refreshes the mind. Three step listener guide: 1. Ear/headphones enable you to hear the detail and panorama of the captured sound. 2. On a phone or tablet try setting volume in the middle but if you hear nothing nudge volume up, bit by bit, until you feel immersed in the light rippling washes of waves. Not loud, they should feel delicate to start with, because the soundscape is real. 3. Unlike music or speech audio, playing back the detail and space of a naturally recorded soundscape is greatly enhanced, in addition to headphones, when your surroundings are conducive too. It's the listening equivalent of dimming the lights, closing the curtains and settling down to watch an atmospheric film. These are not sound effects, they are all 100% original and natural recordings from real places.
The leaves are changing, the air is getting cooler, and the coffee is getting warmer. What are you listening to? In this episode, we talk about the perfect soundtrack to the changing of the seasons as fall is upon us. Listen to the full playlist here:Follow Pinch Recording on Instagram:Pinch RecordingE Scott LindnerNick "The Ear" Angeloor visit us atwww.pinchrecording.comwww.escottlindner.comwww.paperhousenetworkUse Code PINCH for 15% OFF at SilkCityHotSauce.comNick Angelo's Revolving 10 on SpotifyGet Some Merch
Have you ever felt insecure about your ears and how they stick out or have you been called "Dumbo" as a child? Otoplasty is the surgical procedure that corrects those issues with the ears. Unlike other cosmetic procedures, this can be done on children as early as four years old when they are more susceptible to bullying. In this episode, Dr. Rady Rahban will talk about this sophisticated procedure and what it entails. Who is a perfect candidate? What can go wrong? If you live with the stigma of having pronounced ears and you've considered getting it corrected, you definitely won't want to miss this episode.We would love your feedback... If you enjoyed this episode, or if you find our podcast helpful, tell us why! Leave us a review and make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. If you have a topic you would like us to discuss in an upcoming episode, please reach out to us on:Instagram:www.Instagram.com/DrRadyRahbanFacebook:www.Facebook.com/RadyRahbanWebsite:www.RadyRahban.comExecutive Producers:Maria Alvarez + Mike Morse for YEA Networks / YEA PodcastsAssociate Producer:Sally ChaconVisit our sponsor at www.BetterHelp.com/PSU for 10% OFF your first month and start living a happier life today!
How to Get Laid! (With a Little Help from the Five Secrets of Effective Communication) One of our top TEAM-CBT teachers and therapists, Thai-An Truong, LPC, LADC from Oklahoma City, is featured in today's podcast. Thai-An is the owner of Lasting Change Therapy, LLC, a TEAM-CBT group practice in Oklahoma that focuses on using TEAM-CBT to help women overcome depression, anxiety, and relationship problems, so they can live happier lives and have more satisfying relationships. She is passionate about working with postpartum women after overcoming her own personal struggles with postpartum depression and anxiety. She is also passionate about spreading TEAM-CBT and training therapists in this awesome treatment approach. Thai-An suggested a podcast on how one could use the Five Secrets of Effective Communication to deal with critical comments from your spouse or partner during marital conflicts. She submitted specific examples from several troubled couples she has worked with, and Rhonda submitted an example as well. Wife continues to bring up things that needs to be addressed, e.g., baby's medical needs, how he needs to set boundaries with his mom, precautions to take because of the pandemic. Husband says: "All you do is talk about stressful things. You don't even care about being romantic anymore." Wife's typical response: "How can I be romantic with you when you aren't doing what you need to for our family?" Sex often comes up with every couple, and the criticism is typically from the husband, as in the first couple and this second couple as well. Husband says: "You never want to have sex. It's like we're roommates instead of husband and wife." Wife's typical response: "I'm tired, and I can't just get in the mood when you haven't been nice to me all day." This couple had been trying unsuccessfully to have a baby. The wife was very critical of her husband and said: “If it wasn't for you, I'd have a baby. I should have married someone else." Husband's response: He said nothing and walked away. Infidelity: In this couple, the wife had an affair three years ago and the husband continues to bring it up when they get into arguments. Husband says: "Oh, you say I'm so bad because I did x. How about you cheating on me? You're the one who did the worst possible thing, and I can never trust you again." Her typical response: "It's been 3 years, why can't you just let it go so we can move on with our lives? I'm tired of you throwing this shit in my face all the time." During the podcast, we critiqued the responses to the criticisms in these four cases, using the EAR algorithm. It was easy to point out that the responses of the partner who was criticized typically failed in all three categories: No effective E = Empathy. No effective A = Assertiveness. No effective R = Respect. We also spelled out the consequences of these responses to criticism, and showed how the respondents were actually forcing their spouses to treat them in exactly the way they were complaining about. Then we used the “Intimacy Exercise” to practice more effective responses, based on the Five Secrets. This is, by far, the best way to learn the Five Secrets. Your Turn to Practice Now, here's another example that Thai-An provided, and you, the listener, can practice with it. This wife was talking about how her friend had hurt her feelings. The husband typically goes into the advice-giving and problem-solving mode. Her criticism: "You suck at listening. I don't need you to fix it." His typical response: "I'm just trying to help." First, see if you can explain why the husband's response was ineffective, using the EAR acronym. Ask yourself: Did he use E = Empathy and acknowledge how she was thinking and feeling? Did he use A = Assertiveness and express how he was feeling at that moment? Did he use R = Respect to convey some warmth, respect, or love during the heat of battle? Next, ask yourself about the consequences of his response. What will his wife think? What will she conclude? How will she feel? How will she likely respond to his defensiveness? Finally, put yourself in his shoes and see if you can write out a more effective response, using the Five Secrets of Effective Communication Thanks! Rhonda, Thai-An, and David
Sir Michael Caine talks about his new movie Best Sellers, about a cranky, retired author who reluctantly embarks on a final book tour to help out a young publisher. Plus we have reviews of Halloween Kills, starring Jamie Lee Curtis in the continuing saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode; The Last Duel, Sir Ridley Scott's film about King Charles VI declaring that Knight Jean de Carrouges settle his dispute with his squire by challenging him to a duel, written by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck and starring Jodie Comer; Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Andy Serkis's sequel starring Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson and Michelle Williams; The Velvet Underground, Todd Hayne's documentary about the seminal sixties band; Ron's Gone Wrong, the story of Barney, an awkward middle-schooler and Ron, his new walking, talking, digitally-connected device; and Ear for Eye, Debbie Tucker Green's film following British and American Black characters of different generations navigating their way through today's society, offering a critical perspective on the state of the nation. Mark and Simon also talk you through the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week, and recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week. We welcome your contributions: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @wittertainment
BROADWAAAAYYYY!!! is back and re-opened and Jims, Scott, and Nick discuss this weeks playlist all about the American musical. Admittedly not experts on the genre, the fellas have to call in a guest to explain a classic show as well as find an appreciation for such shows as Hamilton, Phantom of the Opera, Hadestown, Hairspray, and many more. It's Broadway Week!Listen to the full playlist here:Follow Pinch Recording on Instagram:Pinch RecordingE Scott LindnerNick "The Ear" Angeloor visit us atwww.pinchrecording.comwww.escottlindner.comwww.paperhousenetworkUse Code PINCH for 15% OFF at SilkCityHotSauce.comNick Angelo's Revolving 10 on SpotifyGet Some Merch
Navigating complex and tense conversations can easily result in emotional grenades being tossed across the room and little to nothing being resolved. Today we speak to Bill Eddy, well known for his work in the high conflict area about How to Effectively Communicate When Tensions Run High. Bill talks to us about his latest book, “Calming Upset People with EAR” an acronym for Empathy, Attention and Respect. Bill's EAR tool is designed to help in HC conversations and with HC personalities. While at first the thought of showing Empathy, Attention and Respect to someone who has caused you pain seems counterintuitive and perhaps counter productive, as you listen to Bill explain the power and impact of this simple approach to tense conversations, you will be tempted to give it a try! Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. is High Conflict Institute's co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer. He pioneered the High Conflict Personality Theory (HCP) and has become an expert on managing disputes involving people with high conflict personalities. He was the Senior Family Mediator at the National Conflict Resolution Center for 15 years, a Certified Family Law Specialist lawyer representing clients in family court for 15 years, and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker therapist with twelve years' experience. He serves on the faculty of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law in California and is a Conjoint Associate Professor with the University of Newcastle Law School in Australia. He has been a keynote speaker and trainer in over 30 U.S. states and 10 countries. In addition to authoring over twenty books, he writes a popular blog on PsychologyToday.com with over five million views. Request a Free Jump Start Call at https://www.jbddivorcesupport.com/jumpstart For more information on Journey Beyond Divorce visit: www.jbddivorcesupport.com
Considered one of the top plastic surgeons in the world, Dr. Kay Durairaj is equipped with some serious knowledge and expertise -- and not just when it comes to skin health and treatments. She is well-versed in (what is considered) alternative treatments, holistic health and biohacking. On this week's episode of The Red Light Report, Dr. Kay helps dispel the common misconceptions surrounding botox and neurotoxins and provides her personal skincare routine. We also trade notes on topics like sleep hygiene and circadian rhythm, intermittent fasting, mitochondrial health and more! Dr. Kay Durairaj is an internationally renowned facial plastic surgeon and head & neck surgeon. Dr. Kay completed her surgical training at UCLA and is a member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and American Board of Otolaryngology, Head, and Neck Surgery. She is Chairwoman of the Department of Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgery at Huntington Memorial Hospital, and she serves as an advisor to multiple aesthetic industry organizations. Dr. Kay specializes in faces, including surgery for eyelids, rhinoplasty, facelift, and neck lift. Her expertise is in Botox and neurotoxins, facial injectables and fillers, and she was voted one of the top 100 injectors in the country by her peers. On top of all of that, Dr. Kay has her own line of physician-grade skin care products called KD Skincare; her own podcast, The Beauty Bytes, and her own aesthetic course called Modern Aesthetic Theory. This was a fun conversation that covered a variety of health and wellness topics. I hope you enjoy learning from Dr. Kay as much as I did! - Dr. Mike Belkowski & Dr. Kay discuss the following: Her journey to becoming an internationally renowned plastic surgeon The treatments and work she does in LA Misconceptions about botox and neurotoxins Problems she is treating and methods she uses CPAP machines and her experience with them Sleep apnea and how she treats it Sun exposure and how it really affects skin Pre-conditioning of the skin for the sun What she has learned about light in medical school Red light therapy and how she uses it with patients Waking up with the light Switching from being a night person to a morning person Sleep and circadian rhythm Her daily skin care routine Oral supplements she takes Intermittent fasting and its benefits Quinton water Optimizing the mitochondria - Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/rBVduUHl8Fo - Follow her on social media: Instagram @beautybydrkay Check out her website: www.Beautybydrkay.com Listen to her podcast, The Beauty Bytes - To learn more about red light therapy and shop for the highest-quality red light therapy products, visit www.biolight.shop Stay up-to-date on social media: Instagram YouTube Facebook
Recorded during the MSRP Live Stream From The Beach! My guests Apollo and Trish join me to discuss the recent Fathom Events screenings of The Transformers: The Movie, celebrating the 35th anniversary. We also talk about the stop-motion shorts that played before the movie. Connect with Apollo on social media: Twitter: twitter.com/roboapollo Instagram: www.instagram.com/roboapollo/ Ko-Fi: ko-fi.com/RoboApollo And listen to Apollo as a regular guest co-host on the TransMissions podcast: https://www.transmissionspodcast.com/ Connect with Trish on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/AutobotsrR0ck Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/patricia_n_prime/ And listen to Trish as a co-host on the More Than Meets the Ear podcast: https://linktr.ee/MTMTEarPodcast Want to be a guest on the show? Send an E-mail to MikeSeibertRadio@Gmail.com or hit me up on social media Twitter: twitter.com/MikeSibertRadio Instagram: www.instagram.com/mikeseibertradio/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/MikeSeibertRadio/ Join the Mike Seibertronians MSRP Friends & Fans Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/283425746647866 MSRP show intro, outro, and bumpers produced by Dave Sanders. Theme music used with permission from Michael Geissler. For music like it, check out his website www.bytormusic.com/ Alternate theme song written and performed by Lucia Fasano. Check out her work on her Patreon page: www.patreon.com/luciafasano Like, Share, Rate, and Review the show wherever you find it, and help the show grow by giving a 5-star rating. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app so you never miss an episode!
On this week's MRR Radio Rob hammers through 47 songs of punk, hardcore, metal and grind! You are gonna hear everything from BL'AST to ZULU! And don't overlook that Skate and Destroy set! Ear damage guaranteed!Intro FENTANYL - Clean Break Let's Fucking Go! WOUND MAN - Jaw Bone BODY FARM - 1984 SLUTBOMB - Over […] The post MRR Radio #1786 appeared first on MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL.
Today's most widely used tuning system is equal temperament. It sounds great to our ears. But it is a compromise! Musicians and mathematicians have always struggled finding tuning systems that didn't compromise the pure tones provided within the natural harmonic series. On this episode, we will discuss these struggles and the systems that arose from this effort: just tuning, Pythagorean tuning, meantone tuning, well temperament and equal temperament!
Chegou a segunda e última parte sobre a edição 2021 do prêmio IgNobel, que tem como missão "honrar estudos e experiências que primeiro fazem as pessoas rir e depois pensar", com as descobertas científicas mais estranhas do ano.Esta segunda parte traz as categorias Medicina, Física, Entomologia, Ciência do Movimento e Paz.Confira no papo entre o leigo curioso, Ken Fujioka, e o cientista PhD, Altay de Souza.> OUÇA (54min 42s)*Naruhodo! é o podcast pra quem tem fome de aprender. Ciência, senso comum, curiosidades, desafios e muito mais. Com o leigo curioso, Ken Fujioka, e o cientista PhD, Altay de Souza.Edição: Reginaldo Cursino.http://naruhodo.b9.com.br*PARCERIA: ALURAA Alura tem mais de 1.000 cursos de diversas áreas e é a maior plataforma de cursos online do Brasil -- e você tem acesso a todos com uma única assinatura.Aproveite o desconto de R$100 para ouvintes Naruhodo no link:https://www.alura.com.br/promocao/naruhodo ===Medicina - Alemanha, Turquia e InglaterraOlcay Cem Bulut, Dare Oladokun, Burkard Lippert, and Ralph Hohenberger, for demonstrating that sexual orgasms can be as effective as decongestant medicines at improving nasal breathing.Demonstrando que os orgasmos sexuais podem ser tão eficazes quanto os medicamentos descongestionantes para melhorar a respiração nasal.*Física - Holanda, Italia, Taiwan, EUAAlessandro Corbetta, Jasper Meeusen, Chung-min Lee, Roberto Benzi, and Federico Toschi, for conducting experiments to learn why pedestrians do not constantly collide with other pedestrians.Conduzir experimentos para saber por que os pedestres não colidem constantemente com outros pedestres.*Ciência do Movimento - Japão, Suiça, ItaliaHisashi Murakami, Claudio Feliciani, Yuta Nishiyama, and Katsuhiro Nishinari, for conducting experiments to learn why pedestrians do sometimes collide with other pedestrians.Conduzir experimentos para saber por que os pedestres às vezes colidem com outros pedestres.*Entomologia - EUAJohn Mulrennan, Jr., Roger Grothaus, Charles Hammond, and Jay Lamdin, for their research study “A New Method of Cockroach Control on Submarines”.Um Novo Método de Controle de Baratas em Submarinos.*Paz - EUAEthan Beseris, Steven Naleway, and David Carrier, for testing the hypothesis that humans evolved beards to protect themselves from punches to the face.Testando a hipótese de que os humanos desenvolveram barbas para se protegerem de socos no rosto.===REFERÊNCIASMedicina“Can Sex Improve Nasal Function? — An Exploration of the Link Between Sex and Nasal Function,” Olcay Cem Bulut, Dare Oladokun, Burkard M. Lippert, and Ralph Hohenberger, Ear, Nose & Throat Journal, 2021, no. 0145561320981441.https://doi.org/10.1177/0145561320981441*Física“Physics-based modeling and data representation of pairwise interactions among pedestrians,” Alessandro Corbetta, Jasper A. Meeusen, Chung-min Lee, Roberto Benzi, and Federico Toschi, Physical Review E, vol. 98, no. 062310, 2018.https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.98.062310*Entomologia“A New Method of Cockroach Control on Submarines,” John A. Mulrennan, Jr., Roger H. Grothaus, Charles L. Hammond, and Jay M. Lamdin, Journal of Economic Entomology, vol. 64, no. 5, October 1971, pp. 1196-8https://doi.org/10.1093/jee/64.5.1196*Ciência do Movimento“Mutual Anticipation Can Contribute to Self-Organization in Human Crowds,” Hisashi Murakami, Claudio Feliciani, Yuta Nishiyama, and Katsuhiro Nishinari, Science Advances, vol. 7, no. 12, 2021https://dx.doi.org/10.1126%2Fsciadv.abe7758*Paz“Impact Protection Potential of Mammalian Hair: Testing the Pugilism Hypothesis for the Evolution of Human Facial Hair,” Ethan A. Beseris, Steven E. Naleway, David R. Carrier, Integrative Organismal Biology, vol. 2, no. 1, 2020.https://doi.org/10.1093/iob/obaa005*Naruhodo #151 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2018 - Parte 1 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-151-especial-premio-ig-nobel-2018-parte-1-de-2/Naruhodo #152 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2018 - Parte 2 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-152-especial-premio-ig-nobel-2018-parte-2-de-2/Naruhodo #202 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2019 - Parte 1 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-202-especial-premio-ig-nobel-2019-parte-1-de-2/Naruhodo #203 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2019 - Parte 2 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-203-especial-premio-ig-nobel-2019-parte-2-de-2/Naruhodo #254 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2020 - Parte 1 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-254-especial-premio-ignobel-2020-parte-1-de-2/Naruhodo #255 - Especial Prêmio Ig Nobel 2020 - Parte 2 de 2https://www.b9.com.br/shows/naruhodo/naruhodo-255-especial-premio-ignobel-2020-parte-2-de-2/*Podcasts das #Minas: SPILL THE BEANS#MulheresPodcastershttps://spillthebeans.com.br===APOIE O NARUHODO!Você sabia que pode ajudar a manter o Naruhodo no ar?Ao contribuir, você pode ter acesso ao grupo fechado no Telegram, receber conteúdos exclusivos e ter vantagens especiais.Assine o apoio mensal pelo PicPay: https://picpay.me/naruhodopodcast
US markets higher today with the "buy the dip" and "there are no other alternative" mantras being pinned as likely catalysts to today's price action. In this episode we continue our coverage of Evergrande's possible implosion, the looming debt ceiling/government shutdown and mention the biggest corporate movers on the day. Tickers mentioned: EAR, ATUS, RAD, TSLA, BB, FUL, DRI, CRM, MGM, PFE
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In this episode, we take a look at the long and incredible career of Stevie Wonder. Since he was known as the child prodigy, "Little Stevie Wonder" on the Motown Revue to some of the greatest albums in the history of music, Stevie Wonder has and still is one of the most. influential recording artists of all time. Listen to the full playlist here:Follow Pinch Recording on Instagram:Pinch RecordingE Scott LindnerNick "The Ear" Angeloor visit us atwww.pinchrecording.comwww.escottlindner.comwww.paperhousenetworkUse Code PINCH for 15% OFF at SilkCityHotSauce.comNick Angelo's Revolving 10 on SpotifyGet Some M