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Cortney and Shana can't remember exactly how they first became aware of the New Age promises and anxieties that would come to dominate every aspect of their lives. Their mom brought it into the house and their daily rhythms bit by bit. As kids in the early 1980s, they would fall asleep to visualizations by the self-help guru Wayne Dyer, on audiocassette. Or mom would read passages from Autobiography of a Yogi, by Paramahansa Yogananda, after tucking them into bed. Cortney remembers an eerie photograph of the yogi's corpse in a glass coffin in the mortuary. The lore was that he just wouldn't decay. “Mom had a real fascination with beating death,” she told us. When the girls were still in elementary school, mom took them to an “attunement”, which must have made them the youngest Reiki Masters in Green Bay, Wisconsin—if not the whole midwest. “She was on a search,” Shana told us. And at some point the local massage training, the flyers in the health food stores, and the mail-order books weren't enough. Mom started going to events, a long way from home—all the way out in Washington State. One time she came home with a VHS tape and played it for the girls. It showed a woman named J.Z. Knight transform into someone she called “Ramtha,” who she said was 35,000 years old, and carried the wisdom of the ages. She also brought audiocassettes of Ramtha, which they played in the car. This was their introduction to “channeling.” They were young teens, and didn't know what to think. Was it magic? Was it funny? Ramtha sounded like the Great Gazoo, after all. When mom wasn't home they'd show the VHS tape to their friends and giggle. But they also felt strange about it. Embarrassed. “I remember yelling at my mom, ‘Why can't you be normal?'” Shana said. What they understand now is how much she desperately needed to find something that was meaningful. “She was really struggling in the Catholic religion,” Shana said, “And her marriage,” Cortney added. “And midlife. It was the perfect storm.” Matthew sits down with Cortney and Shana as they share their story publicly for the first time.
Well, the Conference Finals are set, and last season's Finals have been eliminated. The Champs took one on the chin in 2nd half due to a breakout performance from an unlikely person in Boston. For the Suns, Luka and the Mavs walked into Phoenix and completely embarrassed CP3 and company in front of the Suns' faith of epic proportion. The Playmaker talks about it all in this episode of Hoops Talk and previews the Conference Finals. Subscribe, follow, like the podcast on your favorite streaming platforms as well as leave a rate & review. Follow The Playmakerz Blog on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) & our Website for all our other podcasts. Follow The Playmaker on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theplaymakerzblog/message
On this episode of One and Dunne Radio, host Ryan Dunne opens the show recapping the embarrassing loss the Phoenix Suns took against the Dallas Mavericks in Game 7 of the NBA Playoffs. Then, Buy or Sell on which NFL rookie QB contracts to keep or move off of. Finally, Ryan closes the show giving his post NFL Draft division winner predictions. Be sure to follow the show on Twitter @OneDunneRadio and subscribe to the show on YouTube, Gamatica, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Spotify and more!
What do you do if you're embarrassed by your partner? There are four main ways you might be feeling embarrassed about something your partner did or said and today I'm going to answer a question from a listener while describing how to deal when all you want to do is wince. Full shownotes and blog: https://abbymedcalf.com/what-to-do-if-youre-embarrassed-by-your-partner/ ________________________________________ Subscribe today to get my love letter to you! This biweekly reminder will keep you on the path to creating connected, happy relationships (especially the one with yourself!). https://abbymedcalf.com/ For more quick tips, subscribe to my YouTube channel: youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AbbyMedcalfThriving Want to feel happier and more connected in your relationship? Buy my #1 bestselling book on Amazon, Be Happily Married: Even If Your Partner Won't Do a Thing: https://abbymedcalf.com/book Ready to dig deeper? Take one of my online courses (some are FREE!) or grab a workbook: https://abbymedcalf.com/shop/ A great idea to stay motivated and keep your head in a positive direction is to buy some of my fabulous, inspirational merchandise. Get yourself a t-shirt, mug, tote bag or notebook with that daily reminder that you've got this! https://abbymedcalf.com/shop/ Say hello on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abbymedcalf/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abbymedcalfthriving/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AbbyThriving LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/abbymedcalfthriving Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/abbymedcalfphd/ YouTube: youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AbbyMedcalfThriving
Ashley's packing for her trip and is very detailed as to what she pre packs incase they don't have it in her destination. Obie's been calling someone the wrong name for a YEAR and has never been corrected!
We're back! Maybe! Or Maybe Not! Only time (and our fragile mental health) will tell. There has been a lot that's changed for both AJ and Bronwen, and they intend to dig through all the nonsense and garbage moments for your listening pleasure. This week, AJ catches us up on 3 out of the last 14 months, and both hosts lament the lack of fan mail during their year-long hiatus. Follow us on the socials!@shamecast_official@bronwen_gale_art@AJ_stalloni_artDrop us a line! email@example.comSupport the show
Relationship Reddit Stories, OP and fiancee were at an event with friends where they had a mini talent show. OP fiance's made a mistake and embarrassed herself and now wants to uninvite everyone who saw her.Want to become a member? Sign up here:https://www.patreon.com/MarkNarrations0:00 Intro0:23 Story 13:50 Story 1 Comments7:26 Story 1 UPDATE11:40 Story 214:06 Story 2 Comments16:39 Story 2 Update 20:25 Story 2 Commentsredditupdate #redditwedding #redditrelationships See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/mark-narrations-the-wafflecast-reddit-stories.
What drink are you embarrassed to order? For us it might be the Dirty Shirley, which has been deemed the drink of summer 2022. In this special except of our food podcast, editor Erin Booke and reporters Sarah Blaskovich and Claire Ballor discuss the drink (is it an abomination? a guaranteed painful hangover? all of the above?), plus how they're "drinking from the firehouse" of new restaurant openings right now. Listen to the full episode and follow the show by searching for “Eat Drink D-FW” in your favorite podcast player. You'll find links at dallasnews.com/listen. Eat Drink D-FW is presented by The Dallas Morning News and made possible by Central Market. The News makes all editorial decisions.
Big restaurant openings this spring: Carbone, Clifton Club, Cafe Hunan, Akira Back in Grandscape, Dolce Riviera, Casa Rosa, Knox Bistro Dirty Shirley! Are you into the ‘drink of the summer'? Asian Grub x Krio Block Party 2022: 12-6 p.m. May 14 at Krio, 233 W. 7th Street, Suite 100, Dallas, hosted by Asian Grub in DFDub and Krio restaurant. Vendors include Beard Papas, Crack Brisket, An Choi (owned by same folks at Pho 544 restaurant in Murphy), Scoop N Buns, and 7 Leaves. Other spots named by Vu Ly: Japanese cafe called Okaeri Cafe (also owner of Chelle's Seafood Kitchen), Jollibee, Ober Here in Fort Worth, Ampersand Coffee in Fort Worth, Ari Korean BBQ, Shoyo, and Asian Nights in Haltom City. Carne Asada Fest: May 29-30 at Gilley's South Side Ballroom: carneasadafest.com. Vendors include Jazzy's Tacos, Cheros Latin Kitchen, Serape Treats, BlackHeart Treats (concha sandwich), Pinche Smokerz, Ely's Micheladas, and Stewart's Roasted Corn on the Cob.
Oh shit we got some major updates for y'all this episode! Some toxic and some not lmao. Honestly please manifest some peace and blessings for us bc shit is WILD right now. Love you guys soooo much it hurts our little hearts xoxoxo follow us on IG: @heresthethinggg watch our youtube videos (if you want)
The Philadelphia Sixers fall to the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the NBA Playoffs 2nd round series by a final score of 120-85. Today, we provide a full postgame analysis/recap of the game. The Heat lead the series 3-2. #Sixers #Heat #NBAPlayoffs Philly Take with RB Merch Store: https://philly-take-with-rb.creator-spring.com/ Subscribe to Philly Take with RB on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ6xo8_BSzZJVYfWEqEt1Gw INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/rbphillytake/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RBPhillyTake
This week the hosts are sharing embarrassing stories and diving into why humans experience embarrassment. Remember to rate, subscribe, and review wherever you're listening! Follow us @waitwhypodcast on Instagram and feel free to reach out to us via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we have a quote which is another follow-up to the last two weeks' quotes.Two weeks ago you heard Ernest Hemingway's quote about the nobility of becoming superior to your former self. Last week you heard Dan Sullivan's quote about making your present better by making your future bigger.Today we hear from Swiss-born British philosopher and author, Alain de Botton. His quote continues in this same vein as the previous two, highlighting the importance of us always learning and striving to become better versions of ourselves.
Good morning everyone! Welcome back to the Motivated Entrepreneurs podcast. I'm your host, Dean Booty. You need to be embarrassed by your previous self. We feel guilt, shame, self-consciousness, awkwardness, and vulnerability so that we don't make the same kind of mistake again in the future. Hope you enjoy this episode. Give a listen. Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2VkXGHq Listen on Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/39TYebQ Motivated Entrepreneurs Website: https://motivatedentrepreneurs.co.uk/ Please Like, Share, and Subscribe to Motivated Entrepreneurs Youtube Channel: https://bit.ly/3eA64u5 Have a nice day, Dean
Do you enjoy dancing? Do you feel uncomfortable? Free? Alive? Energized? Embarrassed? All these emotions can accompany dancing and this week's topic reminded us that sometimes it will change your state to simply dance. Melody leads the conversation and shares several studies on the impact of dancing that are linked below. Dancing can feel very vulnerable but we have all had moments of victorious and joyful dancing. We invite each of you to do the same in the following week, turn on a song and cut the rug! The goals of the week are also shared and how we all are in need of crucial conversations. Direct message us on Instagram to report on your experience with dancing!
Randi was quite embarrassed at her friend's party of the weekend. We have a full recap of the Shinedown concert from Saturday night. There are some techy prep things you should definitely do before you die. Would you want a urinal in your home bathroom? Plus, Taco Bell Defy, astrology, golf course home damage, Elon Musk buying Twitter, falling in an outhouse and more!
The NBA playoffs return to Chicago after five years, but the Bulls get embarrassed and lose by 30 points as the Bucks take a 2-1 series lead. Jason goes over what went wrong and what needs to change for the Bulls to stand any chance in Game 4 (02:21). After Patrick Williams's lackluster performance, is he beginning to show the player he really is? Jason explains why he needs to begin to step up or risk becoming the next Bulls bust (17:59). Host: Jason Goff Producers: Steve Ceurti and Jessie Lopez Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Collin Brister joins to discuss Ole Miss' embarrassing home loss to Southeast Missouri State, the team's effort level, a history lesson and a season pushed to the brink as Mississippi State comes to Oxford.
In Trust Me, I'm Lying, Ryan Holiday reveals the media manipulation tactics he used as Marketing Director of American Apparel, and for his PR clients. Meanwhile, he exposes the inner workings of a modern media machine in which incentives make it impossible for the version of reality depicted in the media to come close to resembling the truth. I think it's Holiday's best book, and one of the best media studies books. So, here, in my own words, is my Trust Me, I'm Lying summary. Yes, this book is about lying Before Ryan Holiday became known as an author of modern stoicism books, he dropped out of college at nineteen to apprentice under 48 Laws of Power author, Robert Green. He later was the marketing director for American Apparel, and now has a PR agency, Brass Check, where he advises corporate clients and authors. As the title of the book suggests, the tactics Holiday confesses to might make your skin crawl. They involve deliberate provocation, bribery, impersonation, and – since it's called Trust Me, I'm Lying – making stuff up. But everyone should read it This may turn people off to the book, but if you're an author, marketer, entrepreneur, musician, filmmaker, or comedian, you're in the business of trying to get your message into the world. So, ignore this book at your own peril. The people with whom you compete for attention are using these tactics. Understanding these tactics is a good way to understand the mechanics of media. You can use this knowledge to get your message out in less nefarious ways (more on that later). And, if you're someone who thinks it's your duty to read the news, to “stay informed,” you owe it to yourself to read this book. But be prepared to have that belief challenged, and your conception of reality altered. Media is a “racket” Holiday describes the modern media system as a “racket,” the word which Major General Smedley D. Butler once used to describe war. He defined it as something “where only a small group of insiders know what's really going on and they operate for the benefit of a few and at the expense of basically everyone else.” Journalists are poor, busy, and desperate for a story The main insider in the modern media system is the journalist, more generally, a “blogger,” who might be someone writing articles for a small blog, or even a major media outlet such as the Huffington Post. Holiday uses “blogger” and “journalist,” interchangeably, and I will, too. Journalists are poor To help you understand the motivations of many of these journalists, Holiday points out this: They might have gone to an expensive grad school, and now live in a big, expensive city, such as NYC, San Francisco, or Washington D.C. They've been close enough to taste a $200,000-a-year journalism job. But now they're churning out articles at a breakneck pace, without even getting health insurance. Meanwhile, the people they cover are rich and successful, and may include talentless reality TV stars. New York magazine called the result “the rage of the creative underclass.” Journalists are busy These bloggers have to write a face-melting amount of content. When journalist Bekah Grant left VentureBeat, she wrote a post saying she averaged five posts a day – more than 1,700 articles in twenty months. Henry Blodget, founder of Business Insider, said his bloggers need to generate three times their salary, benefits, and overhead costs to be worth hiring. So, an employee making sixty-thousand dollars a year needs to produce 1.8 million page views a month, every month. (1.8 million page views is a lot. At my current traffic, it takes me about a decade to generate that much on my blog, and I make more than sixty-thousand dollars a year.) Journalists are desperate for a story Most sites that journalists write for make their money from ads, and the way to make money from ads is to generate page views. As such, many journalists are paid by the page view. I've personally heard this from a friend who worked for a newspaper with a good reputation, covering news for a major city. So, journalists are desperate for a story that will generate page views. So, if you give them a juicy story that will generate page views, they will generally publish it. They're too busy to fact check it, and since they're compensated by the page view, they aren't motivated to care whether or not it's true. Readers want to be entertained, and don't care what's true So you've got poor, busy, and desperate journalists paid by the page view, and the people they're writing for want to be entertained. Negativity attracts attention In 2010, Jonah Berger analyzed 7,000 articles from the New York Times' most-emailed list. He found that the best predictor of virality was: how much anger does the article evoke? Increasing the anger rating of an article had two-and-a-half times the impact of increasing its positivity rating. The human mind is irresistibly attracted to negativity. When subjects of a study were shown footage of war, airplane crashes, and natural disasters, they paid more attention and remembered more than non-negative footage. Corrections don't work Negativity attracts page views, so journalists want juicy stories, and don't care if they're true – and neither do readers, it seems. One study found that when people were shown a fake article with a correction at the bottom, they were more likely to believe it than those who saw an article without a correction. (Note from me: this finding hasn't been consistent across other studies. (Is that a correction you believe?) In any case, people's beliefs are still resistant to contrary facts.) Despite this, online news outlets are financially motivated to publish stories, whether they're true or not. A Gawker reporter once said, “Gawker believes that publicly airing rumors out is usually the quickest way to get to the truth,” going on to say, “Let's acknowledge that we can't vouch for the veracity or truth of the rumors we'll be sharing here.” Journalists are motivated to publish false stories, and, as Holiday points out, “While the internet allows content to be written iteratively, the audience does not read or consume it iteratively.” In other words, they see the story, not the correction. Media manipulation strategy: Trading up the chain Holiday shares nine media manipulation tactics in the book, but they all essentially serve the strategy that Holiday calls, “trading up the chain.” And trading up the chain is something you can do, even without lying. The chain Here's how it works: Get coverage on smaller outlets. Those stories then get covered on mid-level outlets. Finally, major outlets pick up stories from the mid-level outlets. Smaller outlets can be individual blogs, social media, or local websites that cover a neighborhood or scene. Mid-level outlets are blogs of newspapers or local television stations. They can also be “sister sites” of bigger outlets, so they might be affiliated with Newsweek, or CBS. Major outlets are the big ones, like the New York Times, CNN, or The Today Show. It's easy to get coverage on the small outlets It's easy to get coverage on smaller outlets, Holiday says. If there's a bigger outlet on which you want coverage, review stories for patterns. What are the stories about? Is there a smaller outlet where stories consistently show up before stories on the bigger outlet? The smaller the outlet, the less they fact-check Holiday says the smaller an outlet is, the less they fact check. This is where the lying comes in. Holiday confesses to creating fake email accounts to send tips to bloggers, leaking fake internal memos, and having his assistant pose as him over email and even over the phone. You don't even have to start with the small outlets. Holiday says he successfully “conned” reporters from Reuter's, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, The Today Show, and the New York Times. Using HARO, or “Help a Reporter Out” – which is an email list reporters use to find story sources – he found journalists who were looking for experts on various subjects. Holiday isn't an expert on, say, vinyl record collecting, but these reporters were presumably on deadlines, and so not inclined to fact check. Holiday says he did it as a stunt to prove how ridiculous he thinks HARO is, and points out that even after he publicly embarrassed these outlets, they continue to use the service. Subprime truth One of my favorite observations from the book is that the fuzziness of truth in the media is like the subprime mortgage crisis. During the subprime mortgage crisis, banks sold loans to other banks, who sold those to other banks. These loans were rated by ratings agencies that were overwhelmed, and driven by conflicts of interest. One example of false information in the media Holiday seized upon was when a journalist misinterpreted the Wikipedia page of Holiday's client, Tucker Max. Holiday had written Max's page to show that his book had been on the New York Times best-seller list for some period of time in each of three consecutive years. The journalist apparently read that, then wrote a story saying Max's book had been on the best-seller list for three years. That was wrong, but Holiday ran with it, updating the Wikipedia page to say Max's book had, indeed, been on the list for three years, citing the incorrect article as proof. (The Wikipedia page has since been corrected.) Like the subprime mortgage crisis, in the news media, overwhelmed and conflicted reporters write stories, which are then picked up by other overwhelmed and conflicted reporters. In Balaji Srinivasan's second appearance on the Tim Ferriss show, which I summarized on episode 274, he describes how a different kind of chain could ensure verifiable truth gets traded up the chain – in this case, a blockchain. Pseudo-events By getting a story into one outlet, then “trading up the chain” to get it covered in another, you're creating a “pseudo-event.” If you remember my summary of The Image on episode 257, author Daniel J. Boorstin describes pseudo-events as fake events that are deliberately placed in the news, so that they become real. Holiday created a lot of pseudo-events for Max when his movie based upon his book, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, was debuting. He bought ads in newspapers around the country, then sent anonymous complaints to the newspapers, leaking those complaints to blogs, to get coverage. He notified college LGBT and women's rights groups of screenings, so they would protest at theaters and the nightly news would cover it. He bought a billboard, defaced it, and reported it to journalists to get news coverage. It seems almost certain that the Russian Internet Research Agency read Holiday's book. They spent many years – and probably still are – hacking public opinion in the U.S. and in other countries, creating Facebook pages for various causes, “astroturfing” those pages with activity from fake profiles, then using that influence make real-life events happen. For example, in 2016 they organized opposing protests – one through the Facebook group, “Heart of Texas,” the other for “United Muslims of America” – at the same time, on the same day, across the street from each other. Trading sensationalism up the chain for free advertising Holiday says his “leveraged advertising strategy” of running sensational ads for American Apparel just to get news coverage was responsible for 50% growth in online sales in three years with “a miniscule ad budget.” He says he deliberately designed ads that would inspire outrage: dressing up kids like adults, putting clothes on dogs, or writing ad copy that didn't make sense. When he couldn't use some promotional Halloween costume photos, because of copyright concerns, he had one of his employees leak them to Gawker and Jezebel, where they were covered in an article that got ninety-thousand views. He ran ads on small websites, featuring porn actress Sasha Grey, completely nude. The ads were covered by Nerve, Buzzfeed, Fast Company, Jezebel, and more. All this coverage for just $1,200 in ads (though it's not clear how much he paid Grey). He says, “my strategy has always been: If I want to be written about, I do things they have to write about.” This is how, according to Holiday, Donald Trump got $4.6 billion of free publicity during his presidential campaign. Pseudo-events for reputational damage control Because of the way the media works, Holiday says if a client of his is in trouble, the best strategy is to create what's essentially a pseudo-event. A major newspaper wrote a hit piece on a client of Holiday's. The journalist who wrote the hit piece was also running a hate blog about the client's company on the side. The client complained to the journalist's editor, but they didn't seem to care. So, Holiday advised his client to write an internal memo to his company, then forward that memo to a competing outlet, which published an article with the memo. The memo was apparently quite damning, because the original newspaper had no choice but to respond. Because bloggers aren't incentivized to care about the truth, and readers are attracted to drama, Holiday says there's no point in trying to correct something that's been said about you in the media. If you want to try, he says, “be prepared to have to be an obsequious douche. You've got to flatter bloggers into thinking that somehow the mistake wasn't their fault.” Ways of using these tactics that are less...gross I personally can't judge Holiday for using these tactics. The medium is the message; as one of Holiday's chapters proclaims, “everyone else is doing it”; and there's no denying that Holiday is good at getting coverage for himself and his clients. But, I'm probably not the only one uncomfortable with impersonating others and lying to get coverage. You can still learn a lot from Trust Me, I'm Lying. Trade up the chain Trading up the chain is a completely legitimate tactic. If you want coverage somewhere, pay attention to where they get their story ideas, and what stories they like to cover. This applies to influencers, too. I no longer interview people on this podcast, but I get so many pitches that are totally irrelevant. You have a better chance of, say, getting interviewed on a podcast, if you tailor your pitch to the target show. And if you get coverage from a micro-influencer that influences a bigger influencer, you might move up the chain. Be remarkable While anger gets a lot of attention, you don't have to be negative in your marketing. You can instead be remarkable – what Seth Godin calls a Purple Cow. I love the ridiculous book titles of author Chuck Tingle. Are you ready for this? How could you not laugh when you hear the title, Domald Tromp Pounded in the Butt By the Handsome Russian T-Rex Who Also Peed On His Butt And Then Blackmailed Him With the Videos Of His Butt Getting Peed On. Even if you don't buy one of his books, his titles are attention-grabbing and spread. Bread Face Blog makes a living smashing bread with her face. It's so absurd, it has to attract attention. The Instagram algorithm sees that attention, and gets her videos in front of more people. The New York Times had to write about her – how could they not? Create a message for the medium If the medium is the message, create a message for the medium. Whatever you're creating, think about how it spreads through media, whether that's social media, traditional media, or word-of-mouth. Lately, I've been seeing how people on Instagram share highlights of quotes in books. It makes sense to have larger pull quotes in my next book, so they have something pretty to take a picture of. Have you been to a restaurant or event where there's a decorated nook specifically for taking photos and sharing them on social media? Not an accident. While researching Times Square ad space for my own publicity stunt I'm working on, I saw one fact sheet point out that Times Square was “the third-most Instagrammed location in the world.” Point being if you put up an ad there, lots of people bragging to their friends about their trips to New York will spread your ad for you. When I write a title of a book, I ask myself if it passes the “cocktail party test.” How would it feel to tell someone at a cocktail party you're reading a book by this title? Proud and strong? Good. Embarrassed or weak? Bad. Mind Management, Not Time Management is what I call a “turnkey title.” The title alone makes a statement you can use, without reading the book. It helps make it memorable, so it spreads. Create pseudo-events Today's media is increasingly participatory. People are not just consumers of media, but also makers of media. By creating pseudo-events, you can get more out of the media you create. I recently saw a cool video on TikTok, showing the process of making a video that showed the process of making a pizza. I know, meta, right? It's a pseudo-event. The video of them making pizza was made for the media. The video of them making the video making pizza made me think they're really good cinematographers. Of course, they teased the original video at the end of the cinematography video, and I had to go watch it. Many readers of the books I write also write books. So, my KDP income reports are essentially pseudo-events. One reason they exist is, I have a business writing books for people who write books, and they show that I know how to run a business writing books. They attract the attention of people who will like my books. Be careful Trust Me, I'm Lying is a must-read for anyone doing anything with media. But be careful what you do with these tactics. I know I've heard Tucker Max lament the reputation he's gained as a result of the tactics in the book. I've also heard Max say the same for Holiday – that maybe it wasn't such a good idea to write a book that says he's a liar right in the title. As Holiday warns, “if you chase the kind of attention I chased, and use the tactics I've used, there will be blowback.” There's your Trust Me, I'm Lying book summary Not all of the book is tactics. Much of it is more media commentary, with some media history sprinkled in, and some airing of grievances Holiday has with various journalists and media outlets. Despite the damage Holiday may have done to his reputation by writing Trust Me, I'm Lying, I really appreciate the book, and it took guts to confess to the things he did in the book. It's on my list of best media books. About Your Host, David Kadavy David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start and Design for Hackers. Through the Love Your Work podcast, his Love Mondays newsletter, and self-publishing coaching David helps you make it as a creative. 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The Yankees went down to Baltimore for the weekend and embarrassed themselves, the fans and their families. After fighting for a split with the Blue Jays, the weekend sucked. JJ and Nick have had enough of the changing lineups and just want a team that tries to win every game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
HOUR2 - After scouring through the Monday headlines, Shan & RJ react to Kyrie Irving being the villain in Boston and the absolute embarrassment that is the Los Angeles Angels broadcast team
To celebrate the life of Dr. Doug Rosenau, we're re-releasing this candid conversation he and Juli had about the difference between having sex and making love, making erotic memories with your spouse, giving language to your sexual desire and mood, and putting the creativity back into your lovemaking. Dr. Doug entered eternity with Christ on April 10, 2022. We're grateful for his work that impacted so many marriages and tor the lives his legacy will continue to touch. Guest: Dr. Doug Rosenau Show notes: A Celebration of Sex* by Dr. Doug Rosenau A Celebration of Sex After 50* by Dr. Doug Rosenau Total Intimacy* by Dr. Doug Rosenau The Institute for Sexual Wholeness Subscribe to "Java with Juli" and listen on your iPhone or Android.
Sometimes when you make a show of yourself, you need to share the shame. And Dermot and Dave are more than happy to take some of the shame on. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2022/04/13091511/HickeyEmail_1304.mp3"][/audio] We got this anonymous email in from a listener. Hi Dermot and Dave, I had an an embarrassing office issue during the week that I feel I need to tell someone.I work for a large company and I have a senior enough role in the company. I manage approx. 200 people and am involved in meetings with all departments in the business. Last week we had strategy meetings which is with senior management and I was probably the least senior manager there. These meeting were for 2 days and started on Monday in a hotel room.This is what happened.I am 46 so not a young fella. Anyway I got up on Monday morning and was getting ready for the meeting. I liked to be prepared for these meetings so I don't look like an eejit. Anyway, I was having a shave when I noticed something on my neck. I knew what it was but it took me while to accept it…The wife gave me a love bite by accident (seriously). I am flipping 46 I have a meeting with the senior team and this is embarrassing. What will I say to work? We are past the stage of going to coppers shifting people every weekend. By the way my wife also works for the same company and we are happily married with kids. Anyway like a ninja I wake the wife and say “look what you done to me, how can I go to work like this?". Anyway after using toothpaste, makeup this thing was not for hiding. So I did the right thing and wore a polo neck. Now, it was warm last week so you can imagine I am sitting in a room trying to be taken serious with sweat flying out of me in a hotel room and my fellow managers saying you must be cold (have you Covid) etc.That wasn't the end of it. When I was getting ready that morning for work l wore my “going out clothes” to the meeting with my polo neck. I knew the leg of my trousers was not sitting right on me. As the meeting went on I was moving in stealth what I though was a sock only to my surprise to find out out it was a rather colourful pair of my wife's underwear which was caught in my trousers when they were in the tumble dryer. . I think no seen me removing them and like the wind I whipped them into my laptop bag.Like a flipping oddball, I am sweating in a hotel room with my bosses with a polar neck on and pulling colourful ladies underwear from the bottom of my trousers. I wondering when I'll get the call from HR asking if was ok. I am working here 18 years and so is the wife.The neck is finally healed and Mrs Dracula has been warned that I will have a headache going to bed if this happens again.I wonder how many embarrassing office issues your listeners or you may have had.Great show lads and Maria.Please keep my name anonymous It turns out he is not alone, and you can listen back to the craic in full by clicking play above
What's that one thing that you're too embarrassed to say? "My boobs look like cow utters when I don't have a bra on." "I lost the keys to a crypto wallet worth about $40,000." "I talk to myself out loud way too much... And yes, I answer myself."
In this episode of the Scamcast, Nevaeh talks to a McAfee scammer to cancel her subscription from a renewal notice. While removing services this scammer finds In this episode I play “Kelly” who is talking to a scammer who claims to be removing the McAfee subscription from my computer. While he's on my virtual computer he finds fake viruses and claims hackers are on the PC. In order to be safe, she needs to buy a new IP address and let's just say he ends up giving a whole new meaning to IP. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llF2HEJAYB0Twitch: https://twitch.tv/kitboga Twitter: https://twitter.com/kitboga Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kitbogashow/Kit (Nevaeh as Kelly) calls McAfee scammer David (later transferred to Terrance) about a subscription renewal notice. She wants to cancel, but when the scammer connects to remove the services, he uses CMD prompt, the latest in antivirus and antihacking technology, and discovers she has hackers on her computer. He delivers the devastating news that her computer will no longer function after a week because of viruses the hackers put on her computer causing stopped processes. He can't help remove the hackers or the viruses so he gives her a totally legit number for Geek Squad, aka his buddy Peter in the same call center. After discovering the same hackers Terrance did, he informs her she needs a new private IP address because her public one is available to hackers like an “open book” thanks to North Korea. He offers to get her one for the low price of $180 for a 2-year plan. Inevitably, nature calls and mid-sales pitch for this exciting offer, Peter forgets to mute his phone and audibly pees while on the call bringing a whole new meaning to IP. Embarrassed, he tries to play it off by saying another customer was playing a YouTube video which caused that sound.
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I almost didn't share this podcast with you because it may hurt my credibility… but I would be a terrible representative of BYRE if I wasn't being honest with you. I remember the first time I was fired, ouch… it stung! I didn't realize that other agents have gotten fired too so I wanted to be transparent and share with you so if and when this happens to you you won't beat yourself up about it. This is an important conversation that people aren't willing to have! So listen in and hopefully it will help you the next time you get fired by a client.
Independent researcher and analyst Mike Trimarco joins Tore for the first hour. They cover the Hunter hell laptop, Maxey, whistle blowing claims, human smuggling, hidden emails, deleted texts, and all the crimes contained there in. Hiding in the Alps cuz you see black sedans? So what? Cambridge is a word soon to be famous. SloJo the wanderer. Illegal human smuggling for high level meetings. Obot hints and slights. How they twist the facts against us. DJT brings the heat. It's a battle to control the story line. Stay sticker tactful. The new N word. Embarrassed on a global scale, and looking like idiots to the world. No joke. Special elections are a reality. There's no letting go of the obvious fraud. Dice trolls. Welcome to the everywhere tragedy. It's patriots like us that are going to save this country. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Jonathan Fadugba to discuss the Champions League quarter-final games and more. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Chris and Jeff faced a dilemma to start today's show. IF the Steelers HAD to take a QB in the first round – you don't know who the player is – how would you feel about them drafting that position? Pirates ticket giveaway Chris told an embarrassing story from yesterday's work social event.
World-renowned CrossFit athlete Dan Bailey links up with Christian to answer a frequently asked question: How do you get past embarrassment and fear of judgment to get started on your fitness journey? Dan offers insight into how your commitment to a life full of Jesus is a lot like planning to compete in CrossFit. He shares personal life-altering experiences, from winning the CrossFit Invitational with the USA Team to what he got wrong about religion and relationships. Start building a solid foundation in 3 … 2 … 1 … NOW! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode Tana and Brooke discuss Tana's wild party, Lilah getting banned from all LA nightclubs, and the rumor about John Mayer. This episode is sponsored by Adam & Eve (http://www.adamandeve.com offer code Tana), Lucy ( http://www.lucy.co promo code Cancelled), Bloom (http://www.bloomnu.com/tana), and Current (http://www.current.com/tana).
Squatting on the bank of the river, Archie offered one word of description for the wooden ship that was bearing down upon the Town of Grantham, “Trireme.” Sheriff Dance paid no attention to Archie. His eyes were locked on an imposing figure at the rail, who was looking down on the town and the people frolicking in the water. Even at a distance Dance could see that this man was not smiling.In the shallows, Mack stared at the ship in wonder. On the bank, his sister turned a cartwheel in the mud. The figure on the deck of the ship raised his hand and uttered a guttural command. The oars closest to the shore stopped moving and the boat turned in the wide river and headed for the shore. The townspeople scrambled and stumbled back up the muddy bank, retreating before the ship. The hollow drumbeat stopped and the prow of the ship came to rest on the mud with the craft stopped 30 yards offshore. The imposing figure at the rail made a speech that Dance could not understand. But as the man gnashed out the words, he could see the white teeth flashing amid the man’s thick, black beard. This man, surely the Captain of this vessel, finished his speech by raising his open hand and making a downward motion in conjunction with his last word. Which sounded like “Klahpheem!”When no one on the bank moved, the Captain raised his hand and repeated this command, This time Penelope shouted back, “Klahpheem!” Embarrassed, Mack said, “Hush up.”Archie said, “We don’t understand you!”The Captain turn his head sharply with a bird-like motion and fixed Archie with his gaze. He smiled and then barked another command, “Ekidst!” Archers filled the rails around him. Archie began shouting. First in one language and then another. But he got no response from the ship. The townspeople stared on in confusion and disbelief.*Don't you do it*, thought Dance as he cocked his rifle and brought it to his shoulder.In desperation, Archie asked, “You don’t think they’re going to?” "Yeahp," said Dance.“Well, don’t provoke them!”“I think we’re past that.”“What should I do?" asked Archie. "You could try running,” said Dance.On deck the Captain let his arm fall. Dance fired before the first arrow was released. As the Winchester roared, the Captain fell back onto the deck almost in time with the dropping of his own arm. Further down the bank, Speedy Pete drew slow and opened fire with his pistol. At that range, even a good shot would have a hard time hitting anything with a pistol. And Pete wasn’t a good shot. Archie looked up at the cloud of arrows, considered the futility of running, then muttered, “Never a phalanx when you need one.” The townspeople screamed and ran, some slipping in the mud of the river bank. But there was no outrunning the arrows. Penelope, oblivious as she always was, prepared to turn another cartwheel on the bank. Mack tried to run to protect his sister, but the mud sucked at his feet, and he stumbled, crawling on his hands and knees through the water. As the arrows flew, Dance’s rifle boomed out again and again. And Archers fell at the rail like targets in a shooting gallery. He caught one of them low in the belly, and the archer slumped forward and fell into the slow-moving river. Instead of running, Archie straightened his waistcoat and stood tall, ready to receive fire as bravely as any soldier in any line. Out of the corner of his eye, he saw movement. There was the little blond girl, tresses flying wildly, throwing herself into a cartwheel. Everything slowed. The arrows flew. The girl turned. A noble fear grew in Archie and he started to run towards the girl. She spun upright, landing on her feet again, holding her arms up in triumph. An arrow on a high trajectory punched through the left side of her chest, knocking her from her feet.Archie slogged through the impossible mud and came to the girl’s aid. The arrow had gone right through and pinned her to the ground. Her mouth opened and closed as if she was trying to scream, but the pain made it impossible. She gasped infinitesimally small breaths as tears rolled down her cheeks.She grabbed the shaft of the arrow that protruded from her chest and stared down at it. Archie whispered that it would be all right and that she should be brave, that she should not look at it.She called out for her mother in a voice that was barely a whisper. Mack was at her side. He said, “Is she okay?”Archie looked up at the boy’s face and had to look away before he could say, “No. Get a doctor.”Mack hovered above his sister, unable to move. Archie said, very gently, “Do you love your sister?”Mack nodded as tears streamed down his face. “Then run.” Dance kept firing until his rifle was empty. The rail of the ship was clear, and the rowers had started backing water. Dance realized that many of the townspeople were now firing from the bank. He even saw a gambler, giving the attackers both barrels of his tiny derringer. It wasn’t worth a damn, but he grinned at the man’s spirit. As the ship made speed upriver, he saw the bearded face of the Captain appear at the rail, holding a cloth to the right side of his head. Dance brandished his rifle above his head, sideways, showing it to the man and thought, I’ll see you again, you son-of-a-b***h. And next time I won’t miss. He turned back to the townspeople to see how badly they had fared and then saw that Penelope had been shot. *God, not the child. *As Archie held Penelope in his arms, Her head lolled backwards and she drifted into unconsciousness. Archie said, "No, no, dear girl, you mustn't go to sleep. You mustn't." She tried to speak but was unable to move enough air through her lungs to manage it. Then she was asleep. As Archie tried to revive her he saw that her lips were blue. This was a terrible sign and he was terrified by what it might mean. "Where is the damn doctor!" He yelled."He only went to bed a couple hours ago,” said one of the townspeople, waving his empty pistol back towards the town, a staggeringly fine example of a three–day drunk.Archie turned Penelope over and found the tip of the arrowhead poking through the back of her blood-soaked dress. The tip was steel and had cruel, flaring barbs. It was impossible to think of yanking such an arrow back out the way it had gone in. Archie wracked his brain. Surely there was something he could do to prevent this little girl from dying in his arms. Before he was conscious of thinking it, he heard his voice saying, “Knife! does anyone have a knife?" He was surprised to hear that he sounded like he knew what he was doing. A rough-looking man slid a Bowie knife from his belt sheath and handed it to Archie without a word. He heard a woman saying, “Don't you cut her!" Archie ignored her and took a notch out of the arrow shaft just beneath the fletching. He worked as gently as he could, trying not to move the shaft in the wound. When he had cut a significant notch in the shaft he lay the knife on the ground and snapped the fletching off the arrow. Then he turned the girl sideways on his hip and pulled the arrow completely through her. Penelope's eyes fluttered and she came back to consciousness. Archie said, “There now. Isn't that better?”She coughed blood on his suit and started screaming. As she convulsed each new movement brought new pain and the more Archie tried to calm her, the more she was overcome by terror.In desperation, Archie looked around for a doctor or the girl’s mother. Even that vile-tempered nurse of Jean Dumont’s would have been a welcome sight. But all he saw was the snake oil salesman from the saloon. He stood holding a bottle of his ridiculous "medicine" in his hand, opening and closing his mouth, trying to work up the courage to give his sales pitch. What a loathsome fiend thought Archie. And just look at him, he knew it. He dare not give his "remedy" for the certainty that it would be proved fake on the spot.As Dr. Krupp moved to put the bottle back in his jacket pocket one of the gullible miners in the crowd cried out, “He's got de miracle cure!" Dr. Krupp looked around frantically. But he was caught in his own con and there would be no rescue."Yeah," said another voice, "that little girl needs your miracle cure!""Don't let her suffer," cried another.Dr. Krupp looked hopelessly at Archie. And raised his eyebrows in a universal, what-the-hell, expression.Above Penelope’s screams, Archie asked, "does it have opium in it?"Out of habit, Dr. Krupp launched into his standard patter, “The exact nature of this formula is a closely guarded –"“Dammit man, is it full of hop!”Defeated by his own humanity (the con man's worst enemy) he gave a jowly nod and passed the bottle to Archie.Archie unscrewed the cap. It smelled sickly sweet and bitter. He stroked Penelope’s hair, trying to calm her but she wailed all the louder. "Please drink this," pleaded Archie, "it's medicine, and it will make you feel better." But Penelope was hysterical and couldn’t hear him. “No, no. Musn’t struggle. It will make the wound worse.”But she fought all the more. Out of sheerest desperation, Archie poured the bottle into her open mouth, then covered the girl’s lips and nose with his hands. She fought, sputtered, and bit, but finally, swallowed. A strange look came over her face and she stopped fighting. Archie was overcome by dread. Perhaps he had done the wrong thing. The most wrong thing of all. He had never been good with people, and this was doubly true of women and children. Archie found them to be such irrational, unreasonable creatures. They scared him with their unpredictable actions and how easily they could make him feel things that he could not reason with.Then Penelope gulped deeply and struggled to cough. Her eyes grew wide with fear once again and she coughed up and spit out a clot of blood the size of her tiny little fist. It landed in the mud next to Archie’s leg, spattering his already filthy trousers with bright red blood. Then she smiled up at him, nestled into the crook of his arm, and went to sleep.Archie tried to examine the girl’s wound through the hole in her dress. But try as he might he could not find it. He pushed the bloody tear in the fabric around, then tore it open further, but underneath was innocent immaculate skin. He looked up at Dr. Krupp and had no words to explain.Dr. Krupp said, "we did all that was humanly possible, mighty though Dr. Bartoleermere’s elixir maybe there are…"“No,” said Archie, "she's fine.”Archie heard a woman's voice cry, “Pen! Penelope!"Someone in the crowd cried, “Over here."A beautiful woman with her blonde hair in a braid came into view. She looked angry at Archie, but it made no difference. On the spot, Archie decided that this woman with her cornsilk hair — this fierce woman who looked like she would claw the world itself apart to get to her child — was the most beautiful woman he’d ever seen. Had his own mother ever loved him so much as she loved this girl?She held out her arms to Archie and said, “They said she was hurt?"Archie nodded as he handed the sleeping girl to her mother. "She was, shot with an arrow," said Archie, "but she's fine.”Laura gave him a wild, unhinged look. Clearly, this strange Englishman was insane. And she took her child away from the river."Another miracle cure, thanks to Dr. Bartoleermere’s Magic Elixir!”Sheriff Dance said, “You sell that somewhere else or I swear I'll shoot you myself.""But Sheriff, you saw the miracle…" but when Dr. Krupp saw the look in the Sheriff’s eye, he turned and disappeared into the crowd.“His potion worked,” said Archie. “Meebee so, but I don’t want to listen to him right now.” "Who were the attackers?” asked Archie.Sheriff Dance stared upriver for a long time before he said, “My Deputy is of the opinion, that this is all just a complicated ruse to lure me away from the Jail, so Burdock can spring his idiot son.”Speedy Pete said, “It might just be Burdock’s men.”Archie looked confused.Dance said, “Which is just a fancy way of saying I got no earthly idea."“Well,” said Archie, “let's get acquainted with our new neighbors.” Get full access to Patrick E. McLean at patrickemclean.substack.com/subscribe
HOUR 3 - Seth and Sean discuss if Carlos Correa was embarrassed he didn't get the mega deal he wanted, assess if it makes sense to call Deshaun Watson a bust for the Texans, and go through the Houston sports list of players who forced their way off their team.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott won't be calling their son Wolf after all. According to Sandra Bullock there's one movie from her decades-long career in Hollywood that still makes “no sense.” Kelly Clarkson is opening up about her name change. Donny Meacham joins Rob! Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
HOUR 2 - Seth and Sean discuss how Deshaun and his people played the system like a fiddle and wound up on top, Seth dives into a defensive line prospect he really likes, the guys break down which of the big 3 Houston sports moves in the past couple months was the biggest surprise, and do Headlines.
The ATP goes from fun and joyous to serious and somber as Everton plummet back to earth and get knocked out of the FA Cup 4-0 at Selhurst Park. Alex, James, and Ryan dissect the match in detail and ask a lot questions including was it the tactics, the mentality of the players, the choice in personnel, or a combination of the three? And what needs to change? We take a hard look at Frank's post-match comments as well as explore a handful of listener comments that ask some very good questions. Do we really care about the FA Cup this year? Is Frank Lampard out of ideas? Should he make some personnel changes? Should he bench Gordon or Richarlison? Should we stop the 2-man midfield experiment? Can Everton play a consistent system? Does it even matter? All of this and more on today's ATP. LINKS: linktr.ee/usatoffeepod Production: Alex Johnson Intro: Steve Barkwill Outro: Kenboib Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices