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Thinking Out Loud
What Does the Church Have to Offer Us Now? w/ John Chaffee

Thinking Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 56:48


Patreon Page I DISAGREE WITH DAVE! Thinking Out Loud is a place to digest audibly the things we tend to think through silently. We'll look at a variety of complex issues from a variety of points of view, not necessarily to get to "right answers" but to build empathy and perspective. We are now in a time where the church isn't by default a palce peopel go to find purpose and meaning and pastors are people who are given the benefit of the doubt in being wiser and closer to truth. The question at the core of this reality is how then should Christians operate in a world like this? John and I try to get there... For John's previous appearance: 05 Do Christians Put too much Emphasis on Scripture? Follow Thinking Out Loud: Patreon | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music: lowercase people --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

ShandeeLand
Two Dudes that Emphasis the Creative Aspect of Food and Hospitality

ShandeeLand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 31:31


There is nothing common about these two guests and their journey from a 15-year friendship to founders and partners in Common Hospitality.  Neither Justin Hege nor Luke Detraz attended culinary school but are bringing a creative and artistic flair to food and service.  They discuss the journey that led them to do what they love and the relationship that led to the idea of Common Hospitality.  Their business concept is unique and common simultaneously, and they share how that is achieved.  Their mission is to create an exceptional experience through food and drink and never expect to replicate a meal.  They talk about food and spirit pairing.  And they share what food they enjoy and cook when with family and friends.  They also talk about what inspires them and what they are passionate about, and how they impact and challenge each other.  And Tequila.

Thinking Christian
Episode 3-2 — Pastor Equipping Series: Sample Sermon on the Faith-Science Challenge (Emphasis on the Virgin Birth of Jesus)

Thinking Christian

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 29:24


Faith vs. Science: It feels like David approaching Goliath, with no sling and no stones. Or at least, that’s the way a lot of people want us to feel it. As pastor, you know there’s pressure on Christians to deny the faith in favor “almighty science.” With this podcast we offer you a sample sermon you can use (see below) to begin preaching the truth, that faith has nothing to hide and nothing to fear from science. With Christmas approaching — and possibly some final sermon prep still waiting to be done — we present this with with a special emphasis on Advent and the Virgin Birth. Skeptics say it’s got to be a fable, because “Science shows that’s impossible.” Christians typically know a good first answer, which is, “With God all things are possible.” I’m not sure that always comes across as strong with skeptics as it could. Their charge against us there has a whole lot worse problems than they realize. They’re probably the ones believing fables. Provable to be fables, I mean; provable in ways even they would have trouble denying. This comes to you in cooperation with The Stream, where you’ll find a wealth of accompanying information, in the form of a one-page summary “explainer” article covering this material and more, with links in it to all the supporting documentation you could want in order to make sure you’re representing the truth in this message if you use it. Also here at Thinking Christian, find a written version of this sample sermon. We invite you to use this, not just as information but as a sample sermon. We do ask that in your bulletin and online postings you give credit to Tom Gilson and to The Stream, with whom this work is being done in cooperation, with links both to The Stream and to this podcast page. This isn't all we have to offer on the topic. Check out the Thinking Christian blog for a written form of this sample sermon, and visit The Stream on or after the evening of October 1 for a one-page pastors' explainer article on critical race theory, with loads of links to additional information you can use. (I'll update these program notes with a link there as soon as it's ready.) If you're not a pastor, please consider yourself a member of the congregation listening and learning. You're most welcome here! And then do please send this podcast to your pastor. There'll be more like it to come!

Orlando Insight Meditation Group » Podcast Feed
Review of the Seven Awakening Factors

Orlando Insight Meditation Group » Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 64:55


This talk is part of an extensive investigation of the Four Foundations of Mindfulness Discourse, and provides a review of how undeveloped characteristics of the Seven Awakening Factors within the Fourth Foundation can be identified while meditating, accompanied by a more thorough description of the mature manifestations of the individual factors.  Emphasis is placed on […]

Place to Be Nation POP
PTBN's NBA-Team - Episode #216: Point of Emphasis

Place to Be Nation POP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 38:44


The 2021-22 NBA season is officially underway, but what are we to make of such a small sample size as the first two weeks of the season? Adam Murray and Andrew Riche, Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team are here to explain what they have seen, from wacky starting lineups to the Lakers stumbling out of that gate to…. the unstoppable Miles Bridges?! Riche and Adam also discuss James Harden adjusting to the new rules, teams struggling to score, the Miami Heat looking like a contender, and more! So suit up and take it out with the NBA-Team!

Thinking Out Loud
An Inerrant Idol w/ Alex DeMarco

Thinking Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 65:41


Patreon Page I DISAGREE WITH DAVE! Thinking Out Loud is a place to digest audibly the things we tend to think through silently. We'll look at a variety of complex issues from a variety of points of view, not necessarily to get to "right answers" but to build empathy and perspective. On this week's episode, Rob Cook and I are joined by Alex DeMarco. Alex is a project editor for Baker Academic and Brazos Press, my college buddy, and author of this article: Sacrificing LGBTQ+ Well-Being and More on the Altar of an Inerrant Bible. This was published after Cairn University made the decision to disband their entire Graduate and Undergraduate Social Work programs. Rob, Alex, and I discuss the article, Cairn's decision, and the inerrancy of the Bible. For Alex's previous appearance on TOL go here: 021 Is 'Right or Wrong' the Right Question? For further TOL discussions on how to read/view the Bible check out these: 04 Falling In and Out of Love with the Bible (w/ Rich Dugan) 05 Do Christains Put too much Emphasis on the Bible? w/ John Chaffee 027 Jonah - Fact of Fiction Follow Thinking Out Loud: Patreon | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music: lowercase people --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Rebel Therapist
Title: When Your Program Doesn't Fill

Rebel Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 21:41


If your program doesn't fill, first of all, welcome to the club! This secret club includes me and almost all of the people you see running successful programs right now. On one level, when your program doesn't fill, it means absolutely nothing. It means nothing about your future success, your brilliance, or your ability make this business fly. In this episode I'll share how it felt to me when my own program didn't fill years ago, a mindset process you may go through when a program doesn't fill, and then some questions to help you analyze what might have caused your program not to fill so that you can make changes for next time. Here's some of what I talk about: The stuff I told myself when my own program didn't fill Nancy Jane Smith's helpful approach to an anxiety producing situation like this How to know when you're ready to do a post-launch analysis (hint: don't do it while you're still in free fall!) Specific questions to ask yourself about your launch An argument for creating a 1:1 replicable offer first How to decide when you're ready to launch a group program My pep talk about why this wasn't just a failure How you can get my help with your pilot program Here are the questions to help you analyze post-launch (but only when you're ready to be kind to yourself): Question #1: How viable was your niche? Did you choose a niche of folks who were invested in solving a clear problem? Did you choose a niche that's specific enough? Did you go through a thoughtful process to clarify that niche? (niching is the MOST important element of this whole analysis. without a viable niche you're gonna do some HEAVY lifting from here forward.) Question #2: Did your offer clearly help to solve the problem for that niche? Question #3: How clear and effective was your messaging? How well did you communicate in your sales page and all of your messaging about how your offer helps solve that problem? Perhaps you didn't talk about your offer and the problem from your participant's point of view. Perhaps you focused on the approach you use, or you wrote or spoke with your colleagues in mind. Question #4: Did you get the word out to everyone you know with enthusiasm? Or did you hide a little bit? If you're not speaking with excitement about your offer in all the places, and you're just hoping people will find it...they won't. If you don't love the hell out of your offer it's hard for others to. Question #5: How big is your audience within this niche? (This part is really just math.) If not enough people know about your work, you can't fill a program yet. (Emphasis on yet.) It's often not possible to fill a small-group program with less than 100 or 200 people on your email list, unless you're already well known in your community for this particular work. Question #6: How many people were you expecting or hoping for? (Maybe it wasn't a realistic expectation yet!) When deciding whether to start with a 1:1 program or a group program, figure out what level of risk you're comfortable with. Starting with a replicable, structured 1:1 program beyond private practice is a GREAT option. Show notes at http://rebeltherapist.me/podcast/162

The Ian Furness Show
Geno Smith, after Sunday's win, on the renewed emphasis on targeting Lockett and Metcalf

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 2:46


First Liberty Baptist Church
Mission Emphasis - Rick Groover

First Liberty Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021


Speaker or Performer: Rick Groover Date of Delivery: October 31, 2021

The WTMJ Bucks Flagship Podcast
10-30-21 The NBAM: A Point of Emphasis

The WTMJ Bucks Flagship Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 16:03


Justin recaps James Harden's big bounce back night, another Heat win, another entertaining game from the Cavs and Paul George continues his search for helpSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Locked On Bucks – Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Bucks
The numbers that show the importance of Brook Lopez and new rules of emphasis not impacting Giannis

Locked On Bucks – Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Bucks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 31:00


The Bucks are struggling in certain areas without Brook Lopez. Kane and Justin get together to discuss the ridiculous idea of trading Brook and why he is so important to the title defence. Also, the new officiating points of emphasis don't seem to be slowing Giannis down....unlike some other players in the league. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Making Special Education Actually Work
An Appeal to My Colleagues

Making Special Education Actually Work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 30:42


Urie Bronfenbrenner, Human Development Researcher I have a million other things I need to be doing right now, but this is one of those moments where if I don't stop and purge these thoughts from my mind into print, they will torment and distract me until I do, so the sooner I finish this post, the sooner I can get back to work without continued torment and distraction. I wasn't intending to post, right now, because my caseload is blowing up and my other endeavor, The Learn & Grow Educational Series, is starting to require more of my attention lately as it continues to experience its own growth and expansion. My plate is full, but it's the reasons why it's full that prompt me to stop what I'm doing and post this today. In the course of analyzing the incoming bombardment of data that is my life, I'm seeing the connections between the specific issues I've chosen to take on with my professional skills and the turmoil being experienced by the world at large, right now. I'm seeing common allies and culprits across issues, and recurring themes and trends that can be generalized from the work I specifically do to the work that needs to be done overall to cure the defects of reparable systems, and overhaul and replace systems that no longer serve us. Today's post is an appeal to my colleagues to think beyond the bubbles and silos in which you may exist as professionals and recognize the need for your respective skills to contribute to much larger solutions on a much simpler scale. Capable, ethical, and responsible people each making what contributions they can along they way, just in the course of doing what they were already going to do, can reshape society into a healthier version of itself. We need to see our everyday activities as substantial contributions to the world that exists around us and appreciate that every little decision we make really does matter. If enough of us are thinking right and making the smart, ethical, and responsible decisions, we can help influence those around us who are less capable, thereby loving our neighbors as ourselves and being our brothers' keepers when necessary. We each help make the world we live in be what it is through our individual actions with each other. Those actions and their outcomes become woven together into complex relationships that evolve into established systems supported by nothing but learned behaviors. We don't do them because that's the way things work; the reason why that's the way things work is because that's the way we do them. That being the case, we have every reason in the world to believe that enough smart, ethical, altruistic people can facilitate healing throughout society to a more powerful degree than a minority of fear-based thinking, hate-mongering cowards can try to destroy it. It comes down to mindfulness and living a life of purpose that serves the common good while also serving oneself and one's immediate loved ones in healthy and constructive ways. One of my favorite theorists from human development research is Urie Bronfenbrenner. The lame graphic below is one I created in graduate school so as to avoid a copyright infringement by grabbing someone's more professional graphic off the internet, but it illustrates the model. Follow the above link for more information about Bronfenbrenner's model, if you're not already familiar with it or need to brush up on it. It's quite sobering in light of current world events. Bronfenbrenner's Socio-Ecological Model of Development Bronfenbrenner realized that, while nature had a certain degree of influence on the raw materials with which each person started out in life, it was the environment in which that person was raised relative to those raw materials that dictated the unique development of that individual person. No two people who have ever existed, exist now, or will exist in the future will ever be entirely identical to each other because, regardless of genetics, actual life experiences that shape people through learning are never identical from one person to the next. Genetics provide for a whole lot of variability, but they're still technically finite in spite of their vastness. Environments are ever-changing; they must be adapted-to in the moment via individuals' behaviors and over time via genetic mutation of the species. For those of you among my colleagues in special education and related fields who are expected to individualize programming according to the unique needs of each constituent served, this shouldn't be a leap of logic for you. For people unfamiliar with what it takes to truly individualize something for another person, particularly another person with diminished capacity to communicate their needs, it might as well be alchemy or voodoo. The bottom line is that everybody thinks differently and has relative strengths and weaknesses. You can't assume that just because it's obvious to you, it's obvious to everyone else. But, you also can't assume that just because it doesn't make sense to you, it doesn't make sense to anyone else, either. The sword of understanding cuts both ways for each of us. We're each good at some things and not so good at others; that's normal. Some people, however, are not so good at recognizing when they're not so good at something. This goes to another body of psychological science, the Dunning-Kruger Effect, but that's a whole discussion unto itself that I'll link to but not delve into, right now. One lay person's less-than-kind distillation of it, once it was explained to them, was, “So, basically, dumb people are too dumb to know that they're dumb.” The point is that those of us who get it have to carry the weight of those who don't and/or can't. It's the opposite of authoritarianism, which demands the compliance of coerced individuals; what is called for, here, is the responsible stewardship of public service agencies to actually serve the public according to their mandates in conformity with the professional ethical standards of their involved professional disciplines. For those of us supporting the needs of individuals with disabilities, we understand that the situation sometimes requires helping people exercise their informed choices as independently as possible. Other times, our responsibilities require us to protect the rights of those who are incapable of making fully informed choices without our help and are otherwise helpless and vulnerable to exploitation. We understand this better than most people and we need to recognize that we are collectively unique as a result. It's not that big of a stretch between the issues of conservatorship abuse and voter suppression and nullification laws. A whole lot of science in the areas of psychology, sociology, communication, behavior, instruction, organizational planning, leadership, and related disciplines has been conducted over the last 100 years. Many of us have access to that research but don't make the time to follow it. I encourage every one of my professional colleagues to create a saved search for a specific body of peer-reviewed research and, whenever you are able to grab a free moment, take the time to run the search and read something new from the science that tells you something you didn't already know, then think about ways to incorporate it into what you are doing in your work and follow through on applying them. What small change in a routine task can you make that applies the knowledge you've gained for the better? Over time, how much better will things incrementally get with each little new thing you tweak after reading from your saved search? Is it a relevant authority to something you are currently writing? Does it help you better understand how to individualize a particular constituent's goals and services? Is there another colleague who you think might benefit from the information with whom you can share it? Can you share your thoughts about it on LinkedIn and/or other professional online platforms in a constructive way? Nothing exists in a vacuum. The more we recognize and honor the logical connections among our respective professions and how the science applies to out constituents and their service needs, the more we realize that Bronfenbrenner was right. J. V. Wertsch, who worked with Bronfenbrenner, states in his 2005 review of Bronfenbrenner's book, Making Human Beings Human,"Starting with the assumption that ‘to a greater extent than for any other species, human beings create the environments that shape the course of human development' (p. xxvii), Urie has argued that it is incumbent on all of us to create decent, nurturing environments for human development." [Emphasis added.] In my opinion, that's something we have yet as a species to do; ants do a far better job of this than we do. Unfortunately, because we still are not proactively applying Bronfenbrenner's science as an ongoing element of how our society functions, we still do not love our neighbors just as we love ourselves and we are not our brothers' keepers when our brothers go astray. We blame and punish people for having weak minds rather than remediate the effects of their shortcomings. As a species, humans generally treat their abilities as unfair advantages and use them to exploit others. They should be humbled by the responsibilities that come with their gifts and use them prudently with good intent, but in the absence of informed, deliberate planning, what has naturally been allowed to come to fruition is a society that rewards abuses of the rules more richly than compliance with them. Those of us trying to facilitate functional independence among our most vulnerable children and adults know all too well that there aren't enough of us with the necessary expertise to change the maladaptive behaviors in every bad situation that is collectively poisoning society, right now. The most we can do is the most we can do in our respective situations. We have to hope people will start copying our strategies that work when they see our successes. We need to start generalizing our successes into other areas where the same degree of expertise is not available, just as a matter of making sure our democracy thrives and functions as it should according to what can be proven true and responsibly effective for everybody. Further, we as a society have historically regarded those individuals on the cusp between “can't” and “could with learning” as an acceptable shade of gray on the spectrum of social involvement, but now they have become an outspoken and increasingly violent minority of individuals who cannot successfully function with independence in the quickly evolving world. They don't know how to adapt but they can still wreak havoc on their way down the tubes. The only difference between “can't” and “could with learning” is the provision of instruction. The outcomes of both are the same if no instruction is made available; there has to be the “with learning” part in order for the choices of the person who can learn to differ from the choices of the person who can't. The problems we are seeing in the world today from misinformation being spread on the internet goes to the degree to which many internet users have no idea how search engines and social media algorithms indulge subjective biases and feed them whatever will increase their engagement without regard for how those choices impact the individual user or society on the whole. When all of our individual choices put together collectively shape the fabric of society, an artificial intelligence that only reinforces user engagement with neutral disregard for the quality or nature of that engagement will, by design, radicalize the most violent of the weakest minds into acts of terrorism. It weaponizes a previously harmless sub-population by turning them against us in irrational, violent ways and selling them the products to do it. At the end of the day, humans are again proven to be part of nature and not something separate from it. The natural consequences of poor choices eventually catch up to people, one way or another. Sometimes other, innocent people become collateral damage along the way, and its in the interest of minimizing those numbers now and ultimately eliminating them as soon as possible that those of us who already work in professions helping people with disabilities need to generalize our skills into other aspects of human need where possible. What those of us working with individuals challenged by mental health issues already know can be imperative to addressing domestic terrorism. As an example of generalizing one's skills beyond one's professional area of focus, while I still represent students with disabilities and consult with their parents as a lay advocate, provide paralegal support to attorneys representing students with disabilities in various legal proceedings, and design and implement compensatory programs for individuals with disabilities who were wrongfully denied services by publicly funded agencies, I also created something else using my knowledge and skills. I created the Learn & Grow Educational Series to address food insecurity and sustainable living issues. The science of instruction is also the science of marketing, and social media can be used just as effectively to push learning as it can be used to push sales. In many cases, content creators push both, with the sales funding the instructional content and the instructional content driving the sales in a synergistic way; if it were organic, it would be considered symbiotic. The science I rely upon to determine appropriate educational goals and services for my learners with special needs is the same science I rely upon each time I create a new Learn & Grow learning experience for my online and in-person learners. Through Learn & Grow, I'm able to teach people everywhere how to grow their own fresh fruits and vegetables anywhere using free and/or inexpensive materials, even if they have no open ground for growing. I use evidence-based instructional practices to teach them how to make self-watering containers from buckets for patio, balcony, fire escape, and rooftop gardening. These containers are water conservative, using as little as one-tenth the amount of water of in-ground growing, and self-regulating, meaning the soil is never too wet or too dry so long as the reservoir beneath it doesn't run dry. These containers are portable, meaning renters can take their gardens with them when they move. I've moved my own garden five times since I first started it in June of 2013, and the goji berry thicket I started from seeds when I first started the garden is still going strong in its original container, giving me two crops of berries per year. The design of these containers is totally open-source, public domain knowledge. What is unique to Learn & Grow is the body of evidence-based instruction and project ideas using this gardening method that I provide in person and which lives online through Learn & Grow's website, Facebook page, Instagram account, and video channels on YouTube: Food for Thought and Learn & Grow with Emmalyn. This is where I was able to apply my skills normally used in special education and disability resources to address other types of challenges the world is currently facing, specifically food insecurity and climate change. In October 2020, I expanded the Learn & Grow curriculum to include sustainable living methods, starting with alternative energy sources and gray water recapturing. I've most recently started conducting online Meetups using Zoom and Prezi for urban gardeners in the greater Los Angeles area who can benefit from Learn & Grow's instruction regarding self-watering bucket gardens. Without any marketing, my online classes are getting bookings and my Meetup group continues to grow in membership. Once I start marketing it, I expect to reach a larger number of learners who want to be able to grow their own food in their apartments, condos, mobile home parks, and other limited growing environments. This is an adaptation to their environments I can help them make, a lá Bronfenbrenner, to create a greater quality of life using sustainable means in a very healthy way. If they get their buckets used from local restaurants or bakeries, they keep that plastic out of landfills and reuse it for something entirely purposeful. For me, achieving increased food security, recycling, water conservation, and portability with a single solution is too good of a thing not to share. It's not directly related to publicly funded services for individuals with disabilities, but it relies upon the same sciences to be successful. I can generalize what I already know from what I've been doing professionally for the last 30 years to tackle an entirely different area of need, and it's not that hard. It's not any harder than representing a child with special needs in a federal complaint or supporting a child's attorney in due process, and I can do those things. Plus, I'm taking advantage of online tools to automate as much of my Learn & Grow content as possible, so the planning phase is followed by the scheduling phase which is then followed by an automated implementation stage that frees me up for months to years at a time to focus on other things, like the individuals on my caseload. I can drip instruction just as easily as I can drip marketing messages using the same online tools. I also recently rejoined my local Kiwanis club, which is a community service organization. I'm helping the club use Learn & Grow to provide self-watering bucket gardens to community-based programs, like adult day cares and preschools, as well food insecure individuals through local food pantries, hunger relief programs, and shelters. I'm able to address food insecurity through a more direct means by partnering with my local Kiwanis club, which has ample volunteers and existing trusted business partners willing to invest in the right community service projects with their donations. This is a win-win-win for all involved, and it only happened because I went outside of my normal professional duties to tackle another social issue in ways that only someone with my unique skill set could. All of us have skills and expertise that can be generalized to another problem in the world other than the one about which you spend most of your time thinking. I promise you that finding some other way to express yourself and apply your skills to something hugely constructive towards making the world a better place will open your mind in ways that makes you a better thinker back on your regular job and give you a healthier outlook on life. Food shortages and economic collapse were the unknowns I most feared back when I started Learn & Grow in 2013. That was only made more real when Learn & Grow was discovered by panicked Venezuelans in 2016 when their country's economy collapsed and their government subsidized food supply collapsed along with it, leaving them with no food in their stores and no more coming any time soon. I'm not afraid of that, now. My garden has grown to sixty-one self-watering containers and I have four laying hens who give me eggs throughout the year. Come what may, I'll be okay for food. The shortages in the stores at the start of the pandemic and the supply chain shortages happening right now have only been slight inconveniences compared to what could happen if the whole supply chain were to collapse altogether. Most people have become dependent upon it, and that's dangerously unhealthy. If the commercialized food supply collapsed tomorrow, what situation would you be in? As much as I live and breath special education and disability resource science and law, I can't have figured out a way to dodge the bullet of a collapse of our commercialized food supply, have the ability to teach people according to their individual capacities to learn, and not use my skills to teach other people what I've figured out to survive a very dire time of food insecurity in this country. And, I know I can't be the only one. I know there are others of you out there who see issues with social justice, public health, climate change, domestic terrorism, and/or the ongoing threats to our democracy that would benefit from your unique perspectives and skills. Something horrible happening in the world today has factors in common with a problem you've already solved. Your solution translates into something that can be generalized to solve other serious world problems. Don't keep it to yourself. I'm not special; I'm just specialized in my knowledge and skills, and they can be applied to more than one context. That doesn't make me unique; it makes me a member of a unique sub-population of individuals with relevant skills. You, my professional colleagues, can do something about society's ills today without it being political. Helping people everywhere grow their own food doesn't take sides in anything. Everybody needs to eat. Food is a basic survival need no matter what somebody chooses to believe. Individual food security is a highly personal and universal topic with which every person can relate. So is access to clean drinking water, safety from violence, affordable housing, and a host of other issues begging for your expertise. Most cultural disputes are about access to resources, and the United States is experiencing a cultural civil war, right now. It is fueled by misinformation meant to tear our country apart being published online by bad actors exploiting the capable hands of people with weaknesses of the mind who fear losing what they have to imaginary threats they believe to be real. People who can't or won't face their real problems will imagine things to be their absolute worst without confirming whether they actually are. They catastrophize things. It's a symptom; it's not healthy. It's a feature of anxiety, which is always about lacking predictability. They cling to the familiar because they can't predict anything else and their fear of the unknown is greater than any discomfort they may feel, if any, in their predictable routines. People who can't actually understand what is really going on have no sense of predictability about what is about to come. They will pin their expectations to what they want to happen next as opposed to what the facts dictate will happen next. They can't follow an evidence-based thought process, so they substitute it with wishful thinking, but unrealistic expectations are just preconceived resentments. When things don't turn out according to their wishes, they get mad at reality and insist that it bend to fit their fantasies rather than adjust their expectations according to what actually is. They don't understand everything going on, so they can't adjust their thinking according to all the relevant facts. How can you, as a professional, interact with people who exist in this state without demeaning or condescending to them? Can you interact with them fully understanding that, like many of the individuals with disabilities we serve, these people are doing the best they can with what they have and they need our loving, responsible guidance to find their ways to the right side of things? If we just help them address their needs in more pro-social ways, they won't feel compelled to attempt to meet them in anti-social ways. It's basic ABA. I'm asking my professional colleagues to please strongly consider using your knowledge and skills to address any of the many nonpartisan issues that are currently challenging the human species, right now, that are outside of your normal area of practice. See if there is a Kiwanis club in your local area that could use your help. Identify an unmet need in your local community and find out what is needed to address it, then find other people who have the necessary skills that you lack and start your own thing. Just find a way to contribute, even in a small way, to a nonpartisan issue in your community that isn't currently getting enough attention. The technology available to us today is a tool, but, like a hammer, it can build or kill depending on how it is used. I'm with Urie Bronfenbrenner on this one; we should use our knowledge and resources to make the world a place that meets everyone's needs, rather than a place that meets the needs and wants of those who know how to exploit and take advantage of those who don't. The tools now available for people to collaborate and get things done remotely, thanks in no small part to the necessities that arose with the pandemic, are phenomenally powerful and easy to use. The tools to create online content decrease in cost and become increasingly rich in features over time, and most people only need a few good features to make stellar content. Learn more about the ways you can participate in your citizenship in nonpartisan ways by studying the research on servant leadership. If you find yourself in an environment in which acting in the short-term for immediate gain comes at the cost of considering the long-term consequences, and you can't be a positive influence for more responsible thinking and planning, get out. You're wasting your precious gifts on people who will never appreciate them and would use them to harmful ends if you let them. There are other places you can go where your gifts will be appreciated and put to proper use, where you can earn a decent living and live with yourself in peace. You just have to take the time to find it or create it. That's not always easy, but it's always worth it. There is no way to memorize a script for every possible thing that could happen in the future in order to be prepared for if/when it happens. Nobody can remember that many scripts, much less predict every possible future in advance and develop a script for it before everything changes and new scripts are needed. Living a life that follows the same specific script in order to keep it predictable is a symptom, not an adaptive strategy. That's not participation; it's approximation. It's parallel play. The only way a collective of people can work together towards a common goal is to act according to common guiding principles. For example, if everyone helping with Learn & Grow agrees with and abides by the guiding principle of, “Make sure everyone can grow enough healthy food to survive, come what may,” whatever decisions they face along the way will come down to whether or not their choices facilitate everyone growing enough food for themselves, come what may. If you have a fixed outcome in mind, it's the next best thing to having a script for every possible contingency. Having that fixed outcome limits the number of actions you can take, so it whittles down your choices to a more manageable list of alternatives. The more ethical conditions that have to be satisfied by the solution, the narrower the options, meaning the easier it is to decide. What makes leadership and decision-making so overwhelming for most people is the sheer number of possibilities and figuring out which one makes the most sense. By using a consistent, agreed-to guiding principle as a “North Star” for decision-making, team members can be consistent among each other with their choices and actions towards achieving the common good. We don't need a savior to swoop in and save us. We just need to be mindful of how our actions throughout the day shape the world around us and consciously choose actions that promote the things in the world we want to see based on what we've learned from all of our life experiences, including those most commonly associated with work, even if at only the tiniest level. It all adds up in the end, and every little positive contribution matters. This is mindfulness meeting purposeful action, and I hope you're inspired use your gifts to help in impactful, constructive ways that remind everyone you touch that we only get through these terrible times by working together. Because of your professional skills, you're in a unique position to help humanity survive this time of upheaval and transition and thrive once the worst of it has passed. I look forward to seeing what truths each of you end up speaking to power over the next few years and appreciate the efforts of all of you who choose to contribute in ways you can towards a better tomorrow for everyone.

Zalma on Insurance
Proof of Materiality

Zalma on Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 17:04


About an Essential Element of the Rescission Remedy https://zalma.com/blog Every rescission requires proof that the facts misrepresented or concealed were material. Different courts have characterized the element of materiality differently. For example, in Connecticut: A fact is material . . . when . . . it would so increase the degree or character of the risk of the insurance so as to substantially influence its issuance, or substantially affect the rate of premium. Davis-Scofield v. Agricultural Insurance Co., 109 Conn. 673 at p. 678, 145 A. 38 at p. 40 (1920). In Indiana: The representations of the insured are material to the risk if a truthful answer would lead the insurer to decline issuing insurance or charge a higher premium. Holtzclaw v. Bankers MutualInsurance Co., 448 N.E. 2d 55 at p. 58 (Ind. App. 3d Dist., 1983). Imperial Casualty and Indemnity Co. v. Sogomonian, 198 Cal. App. 3d 169, 243 Cal. Rptr. 639 (Cal.App.Dist.2 02/04/1988). Although not relevant to the issues here presented, Imperial in the same complaint also sought damages from another defendant, Larklo Dersarkisian, dba Derian Insurance Agency (Derian), for alleged negligence and fraud committed by said defendant in the preparation and submission of the defendants' June 7, 1982, application to Imperial. That claim was not affected by the award of summary judgment against the defendants and is still awaiting trial in this action. In declarations filed in his successful opposition to Imperial's contemporaneous motion for summary judgment against him, Derian stated that he had prepared the application based upon information given him by the defendants. Our conclusion here should not result in an assumption by insurers that policy liability can, with impunity, be avoided or delayed by assertion of a claim for rescission. That is a tactic which is fraught with peril. Where no valid ground for rescission exists, the threat or attempt to seek such relief may itself constitute (1) a breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing which is implied in the policy (Fletcher v. Western National Life Ins. Co. (1970) 10 Cal. App. 3d 376, 392, 401 [89 Cal. Rptr. 78, 47 A.L.R.3d 286]) and/or (2) the commission of one or more of the unfair claims settlement practices proscribed by Insurance Code section 790.03, subdivision (h). (Emphasis added) Mr. Sogomonian was not a nice man. He became, among others, the subject of hearings before the Congress of the United States, in S. Hrg. 104-604, May 15, 1996, Russian Organized Crime in the United States, [http://www.archive.org/stream/russianorganized00unit/russianorganized00unit_djvu.txt] where some of the testimony provided included that from U.S. Customs. Had the insurers known about the information reported to the U.S. Senate they would have been more careful in their dealings with Mr. Sogomonian. The fact that the suit was resolved by proof of rescission eliminated the need for evidence of criminal activity and arson. The author testified in the trial which, in 40 years as a litigator and expert witness, is the first and only time he observed three armed bailiffs in the courtroom who never took their hands off their weapons. In addition, after testimony was completed, the bailiff offered to escort the author safely to the elevator;. © 2021 – Barry Zalma --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/barry-zalma/support

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
On this day two of our Nor'easter, the emphasis will be on the wind. Cops have made an arrest in the shooting of a passenger aboard an N train on Monday. The mayoral candidate met in their fiinal debate last night.

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 6:36


All Local Morning for 10/27/21 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ivy Podcast
How to Get a Job at Big Tech with an Emphasis on Personality with Maxat Kadyrov, Sr. Engineer at Linkedin

The Ivy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 37:24


Maxat Kadyrov is a Senior Software Engineer at Linkedin and founder of oneunion.io. Maxat has been 10 years in the […]

The Stoop Storytelling Series
Trick or Treat — with emphasis on the trick!

The Stoop Storytelling Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 28:55


This week on the podcast, Trick or Treat — three tales of tricking and being tricked.

Teen Challenge of Southern California
Mike Robertson | Spiritual Emphasis 2021 | Day 3

Teen Challenge of Southern California

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 30:05


Listen in as Mike Robertson from Visalia First shares at TCSC's Spiritual Emphasis 2021 hosted at Central Valley Teen Challenge.

Weekly Tech Facts
Apple October Event 2021

Weekly Tech Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 41:58


- Apple Music updates to include better Siri functionality. New playlists for specific types of events (Play a Playlist command) - New voice plan for Apple Music service - $4.99 later this fall - HomePod Mini is now in Yellow, Orange, Blue starting November - Air pods 3rd generation with new design and spatial audio - Emphasis on dancing with them in - Adaptive EQ - 6hrs of listening and 5min of charging gets 1hr of use, - Wireless charging to the case - $179 available next week - MacBook Pro M1 Pro Chip - ProRes - 4K & 8K streams are way more efficient - M1 Max chip - largest chip 7X faster and 70% less power usage than Intel chips - MacOS updates for Pro level apps to include spatial audio recordings - Gaming laptop optimization on the MacBook Pro chips - 64GB RAM - 14” & 16” MacBook Pro models - Redesign - Physical keys replace the Touch Bar - Like the magic keyboard feel - More ports as requested by most people - HDMI port - Thunderbolt 4 - SD Card slot - Headphone jack - 2 more Thunderbolt 4 on the other side - Mag Safe charging in addition to Thunderbolt charging - Display: Menu bar gets moved up to near the camera - ProMotion - 120Ghz refresh rate - Liquid Retina XDR display - Updated camera - 1080p (about time) - 50% charge in 30mins - 21 hours of battery life - Price: $1999 & $2499 - 8TB of storage internal - 64GB RAM - Silver & Space Gray

Liberty Diner Dish | A Queer As Folk Podcast
Brian Kinney 2.0 featuring Erin

Liberty Diner Dish | A Queer As Folk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 106:05


E’Shel is joined by fellow Britin shipper and Brian Kinney apologist, Erin, from It’s a Fandom Thing.  In this episode, E’Shel and Erin revisit and deep dive into some of the major moments from Season 2.  Emphasis is on Brian, but expect to hear some thoughts about all of the gang and lots of praise for Gale Harold’s talent.  Side note, E’Shel is boycotting the Emmy Awards until they do right by Gale.  Actually, make that all of the actors and actresses on this show.  Find Erin by searching for It’s A Fandom Thing on your favorite podcast streaming platform!

Island Community Church (Memphis)
Local Ministry Emphasis: Looking to the Future

Island Community Church (Memphis)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


Public Speaking: Your Competitive Advantage
QuickBites: How to Use Emphasis to Conveying Meaning

Public Speaking: Your Competitive Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 2:12


Recently, a client and I were discussing how you can change the entire meaning of a sentence simply by choosing which word or words you emphasize. Some people call this hitting or punching a word.    In this short episode, you'll hear an exercise that not only illustrates how this works but also one you can use to practice hitting the appropriate words so you accurately convey your intended meaning. 

The Messy Masterpiece with Tori & Chad
You Can Make Your Problems Worse Or Better. Here's How. - October 22

The Messy Masterpiece with Tori & Chad

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 7:58


Hi y'all! In this episode Tori and I talk about where we put our Stress, or our "Emphasis". That will show you where we are putting our hope. It is on the Living Loving God? Or is it on a specific set of circumstances being met?Bible App Plan: https://my.bible.com/reading-plans/13152Help us keep this Podcast ad free by supporting us on Patreon!Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themastersfamFind us on our Instagrams: Tori's- https://www.instagram.com/torimasters/Chad's- https://www.instagram.com/chadmasters/Podcast- https://www.instagram.com/themessymasterpiecepodcast

Worst Friends Forever
Episode 340 - The Love Hypothesis: 2. “Emphasis on HOT”

Worst Friends Forever

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 67:32


This week we're discussing The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood, and Taylor learns how stressful it is to see your irl career reflected in fiction. (We knew about this book before BookTok, btw. But welcome BookTok, you have good taste)

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info
#092 | Parasitic & Induced Drag | Lee's Check Ride List of Knowledge & Emphasis | Private | Part 8 of ?

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 87:40


Should You Toss Passengers Out In An Emergency?faraim@LeeGriffing.comfaraim@ScottBores.comfaraim@RobertBerger.comCatch The Next Livestream:https://robertberger.com/live/https://robertberger.com/live/

Teen Challenge of Southern California
Val Ferrel | Spiritual Emphasis 2021 | Day 3

Teen Challenge of Southern California

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 28:49


Listen in as TCSC Alumni and Evangelist Val Ferrel shares at TCSC's Spiritual Emphasis 2021 hosted at Central Valley Teen Challenge.

Locked On Cougars
Nick Rolovich out at Wazzu & Kalani Sitake wants renewed emphasis on physicality & fundamentals - October 19, 2021

Locked On Cougars

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 32:10


The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Tuesday, October 19, 2021 Tuesday's podcast begain with the crazy news out of Pullman, Washington as Washington State University fired head football coach Nick Rolovich along with four of his assistant coaches for non-compliance with the State of Washington's COVID-19 vaccine mandate just days ahead of their game against BYU Attention then shifted to Kalani Sitake's weekly press conference and he was quite animated and upset about his team's performance against Baylor, explaining that he was irked by their being physically dominated in the trenches and not responding the way he hoped they might as they look to snap a two-game slide at Wazzu Saturday Finally, the show wrapped up with the other BYU sports news, including Jaren Hall winning a player of the week award, Midnight Madness returning this Friday for BYU basketball, Conner Mantz winning another award, and women's golf entering the national rankings for the first time since 2017 this week, among other notes Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors!  Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline.AG - There is only one place that has you covered and one place we trust to place our wagers. That's BetOnline! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use the promo code "LOCKEDON" for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. SweatBlock - Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code "LOCKEDON," or at Amazon and CVS. PrizePicks - Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Not the Pastor
Taking your Mission's Emphasis to the Next Level

Not the Pastor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 19:43


Nathan and Thomas share some simple and cheap ideas to take your mission's conference or emphasis month to the next level. Join the conversation on our Facebook pageEmail us at notthepastorpodcast@gmail.comMusic:Inspiring Advertising by Rafael KruxLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/5515-inspiring-advertising-License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.

Street Cop Podcast
Refusing Police Commands

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 25:44


In this archive episode, Dennis answers questions on case laws regarding refusal to follow police commands. Recorded on 04/19/2018. State v Doss 2002 - https://law.justia.com/cases/new-jersey/appellate-division-published/1992/254-n-j-super-122-1.html?fbclid=IwAR3VADQXd2nKrzEPBtRk3MOniOpmwiYw--JK3I7zyqQ43e6qJmT1Y_GRJRs (https://law.justia.com/.../1992/254-n-j-super-122-1.html) In the present case, once the totality of the circumstances observed by the police justifiably aroused an "articulable suspicion" which warranted their stopping and interrogating defendant, he was legally obligated to halt in response to their shouted orders to stop and, subject to his privilege against self-incrimination, he had a duty to answer their inquiries.[4] As the Court stated in State v. Lashinsky, 81 N.J. 1, 11, 404 A.2d 1121 (1979), "where an officer's instructions are obviously reasonable, *130 in furtherance of his duties, an individual toward whom such instructions are directed has a correlative duty to obey them." See also State v. Taylor, 121 N.J. Super. 395, 297 A.2d 216 (Cty.Dist.Ct. 1972). When defendant continued his flight from the pursuing police officers despite their shouted orders to halt, his refusal to obey their orders, together with all of the other circumstances of the case, gave the police reasonable cause to believe that he had committed or was then committing a criminal offense. See Kolender v. Lawson, supra, 461 U.S. at 366 n. 4, 103 S. Ct. at 1863 n. 4, 75 L. Ed. 2d at 915 n. 4 (Brennan, J., concurring) ("[R]eactions [by individuals to a properly limited Terry encounter], such as flight, may often provide the necessary information, in addition to that the officers already possess, to constitute probable cause."); LaFave, supra, § 9.2(d) at 369 (quoting Model Code of Pre-Arraignment Procedure at 284-85 (1975)). Consequently, when Detective Parks and the other policeman caught up with defendant and handcuffed him when he tripped and fell, they had probable cause to effect his arrest. The concurrent seizure and search of the cap which he held crumpled up in his hand, revealing the cocaine which it contained, was lawful because it was incident to a lawful arrest. See State v. McNair, 60 N.J. 8, 285 A.2d 553 (1972). 2C:29-1 condemns "interference"; it states, "A person commits an offense if he purposely ... prevents or attempts to prevent a public servant from lawfully performing an official function by means of ... physical interference or obstacle...." (Emphasis added.) The implication of Lashinsky is that refusing to obey the order of a policeman constitutes "interference" within the meaning of N.J.S.A. 2C:29-1. See also State v. Manning, 146 N.J. Super. 589, 370 A.2d 499 (App.Div. 1977) (An automobile passenger's refusal to comply with a policeman's order to return to his car "interfere[d]" within the meaning of N.J.S.A. 2A:170-29; cf. Township of East Brunswick v. Malfitano, 108 N.J. Super. 244, 260 A.2d 862 (App.Div. 1970); State v. Taylor, 38 N.J. Super. 6, 118 A.2d 36 (App.Div. 1955)). The second sentence of N.J.S.A. 2C:29-1 says, "This section does not apply to flight by a person charged with crime, refusal to submit to arrest, failure to perform a legal duty other than an official duty, or any other means of avoiding compliance with law without affirmative interference with governmental functions." That sentence does not exclude defendant Doss from its purview. He had not been charged with a crime although he was suspected of one. He had not refused to submit to an arrest; he was seeking to evade a stop short of an arrest. See State v. Perlstein, 206 N.J. Super. 246, 502 A.2d 81 (App.Div. 1985), where this court held that a driver who refused to show her driving credentials to a policeman and who moved her car contrary to his directions was guilty of "attempt[ing] to prevent a public servant from lawfully performing an official function by means of... physical interference" in violation of N.J.S.A....

The FLOT Line Show
Time Doesn't Shout It Just Runs Out, Part 3 (2017 archive)

The FLOT Line Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 27:26


You can shorten your life by getting out of the plan and will of God. Emphasis on people should never take priority over the Word of God. If you don't make God's Word the number one priority in your life. You can't have a personal sense of destiny if you don't have your priorities right. “If you want to brag about something brag that you understand Me and you know Me” (Jer 9:24). LAG Learn God's Word. Apply God's Word. Glorify Jesus Christ to the maximum. God won't give where there's no spiritual capacity. “Humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God so that He may exalt you in due time” (1 Pet 5:6-7). At some point of time in your life, you need to trust God and turn your life over to Him. “Not My will but Thy will be done” (Luke 22:42). Click for Full Transcript If the hotlink doesn't work copy the full link, below, and paste it into your search engine finder: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6vjvho8bapa477s/605-Time-Doesnt-Shout-p3-transcript.pdf?dl=0 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rick-hughes/message

Bon Appétit Foodcast
Will dinner parties ever be the same?

Bon Appétit Foodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 35:10


As Food People, we know our way around a dinner party—or at least, we did, before we couldn't attend or throw any for almost two years. During that hosting hiatus we had plenty of time to think about what made dinner parties great but also what made them stressful, exhausting, and way too much work. This week on the show, Amanda talks to Test Kitchen director Chris Morocco and Associate Food Editor Zaynab Issa about the new rules they're following when it comes to entertaining in a post-lockdown world. They debate outsourcing the main course, skipping dessert, and what makes a “compelling and dynamic” salad. Along the way, we also turn to Katherine Lewin—owner of Big Night, a brilliantly stocked, expertly curated dinner party shop in Brooklyn—for a crash course on cheese and charcuterie. Stuff we talk about in this episode: Shoui Kim's Red Wine and Soy–Braised Short Ribs recipe: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/red-wine-and-soybraised-short-ribs Chris Morocco's BA's Best Lasagna recipe: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/ba-best-lasagna Andy Baraghani's BA's Best Bolognese recipe: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/bas-best-bolognese Chris Morocco's Weeknight Ragù recipe: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/weeknight-ragu Camille Becerra (De Maria, NY)'s Bitter Greens and Avocado Salad with Seaweed recipe: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/bitter-greens-and-avocado-salad-with-seaweed Camille Becarra's tips for a compelling and dynamic salad: https://www.bonappetit.com/story/chicory-2017-vegetable-of-year Chris Morocco's Radicchio Salad with Pickled Grapes and Goat Cheese recipe: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/radicchio-salad-with-pickled-grapes-and-goat-cheese Molly Baz's Anything-Goes Green Goddess Salad recipe: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/green-goddess-salad Rick Martinez's Obscenely Chocolatey Chocolate Cookies recipe: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/double-dark-chocolate-cookies Mina Stone's Super Lemony Olive Oil Cake recipe: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/super-lemony-olive-oil-cake How to Turn a Cheese Plate Into a Main Event: https://www.bonappetit.com/story/cheese-plate-party Big Night Website : https://www.bignightbk.com/ Trade Street Jam Company Website: https://tradestjamco.com/ Queens San Francisco Superette Website: https://www.queenssf.com/ Read Our New Package on How Dinner Parties Have Changed: https://www.bonappetit.com/gallery/dinner-parties New Rules for Dinner Partying, (Emphasis on “Partying”): https://www.bonappetit.com/story/dinner-party-rules Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info
#091 | Garmin Autoland vs. Cirrus Parachute | Lee's Pre-Check Ride List of Knowledge & Emphasis | Private | Part 7 of ?

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 57:38


Teen Challenge of Southern California
Marty Kaolelopono | Spiritual Emphasis 2021 | Day 3

Teen Challenge of Southern California

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 21:44


Listen in as Marty Kaolelopono from Christ Driven Church in Selma, CA, shares at TCSC's Spiritual Emphasis 2021 hosted at Central Valley Teen Challenge.

Lettermen Live
Buckeyes midseason progress report, areas of emphasis for off week

Lettermen Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 45:16


The Buckeyes are on a roll. Ohio State has looked like a completely different team over the last three weeks than it did during the first three games. Blowout wins over Akron, Rutgers and Maryland have infused energy and confidence into Ryan Day's program, and the Buckeyes now head into their bye week at 5-1 as the No. 6-ranked team in the country. How has Ohio State been able to turn things around so quickly and convincingly? That's what the Lettermen Row crew broke down on Monday in the latest episode of Lettermen Live hosted by Roosters. Lettermen Row senior writer Austin Ward is joined by former Buckeyes linebacker Bobby Carpenter, former Ohio State quarterback Justin Zwick, Nicole Cox of Roosters and Lettermen Row beat writer Spencer Holbrook to analyze the Buckeyes performance against Maryland and what it means going forward. #OhioStateFootball #OhioState #CFBNews Subscribe for more Ohio State Football coverage: https://www.youtube.com/c/Lettermenrow?sub_confirmation=1 Ohio State Buckeyes videos from Columbus, Ohio from the staff of Lettermen Row. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Single In Christ

Here we discuss faith, fitness, finances, fun love today. I want to talk about love, or more explicitly, dating and courting.  So, I had a boyfriend for five years, and after that, I did not date for six years. Then I dated heavily for 2.5 years. It was fun & I was not dating seriously. It taught me a lot about what I wanted & what I did not want. So that brings us to this year. Around March of this year, I hired a dating coach for high-value women of faith. This course lasted 12 weeks, and while the intention was to be found by the love of my life, the result was me falling more in love with God & myself. I found a community of like-minded women who are on the same mission & got the same result. Because my mindset has changed, I know what I want is possible. I also learned how to communicate what I want. I have the vision and can make it plain. Since joining this group for the first time, I have been able to envision myself getting married. Not just the dress or the wedding venue, but I can see myself as a bride and a wife. Before, I could see myself in the beautiful white dress surrounded by friends and family. I could see the gorgeous venue and all of the beautiful flowers and other decorations, but I could not see myself living life as a wife. I know it sounds crazy.  Marriage is something that most Christian women aspire to be, at least the ones I know. We're taught that this is what we should want, a beautiful wedding, beautiful marriage, and beautiful kids. What we weren't taught is how to get that. We're not taught how to envision that life and go after it. So now, I can see my regular, every life as a wife. I can see myself waking up beside my husband and how our lives will look. I can see how we'll parent our children. I can see how we will get through life's trials and tribulations. I can see us celebrating our joy.  That's all due to the mindset shift, instead of focusing on the man and the marriage. I am focusing on myself and making my life as complete as possible. No one wants a person who is just existing. I know I don't. I want someone compatible with me.  Now that I love myself, even more, I'm going to make sure I honor God and my desires in every decision I make, especially the person I choose to marry. Emphasis on choice. I'm willing to wait to get what I want, whoever God has for me. I abandoned the thought that there weren't any good men left. There are plenty of good men who want to be with me. All I have to do is use my God-given discernment to choose the right one for me. I meet good men all the time. If that's not your experience, ask yourself why? I know what I want, and I'm willing to trust God with the next steps.  Bottom line, fall in love with yourself, disabuse yourself of the notion that it's too anything and allow God to work. I promise He will blow your mind. We are attracting and manifesting over here. So keep being free and living in joy! Please don't forget to share, like, and subscribe! See you next time! Love, Kim https://youtu.be/vn6T0vsM1JU

Garage Heroes In Training
GHIT 0246: Our Autobahn Country Club HPDE 2021

Garage Heroes In Training

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 69:20


GHIT 0246:  Our Autobahn Country Club HPDE 2021 Vicki and Bill attended the recent NASA Great Lakes HPDE at the Autobahn Country Club.  It was the first time Vicki was on this track and she was in the HPDE 2 run group.  Bill was in HPDE 4 and instructed a HPDE 1 student Saturday and Sunday.  Bill also completed his MSF Level 2 instructor in car training on Friday and had a great time with the drills and the mentors. We cover a lot of the Autobahn South track and here is a track map if you need it:  https://autobahncc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/2019-south_circuit.pdf   You can subscribe to our podcast on the podcast provider of your choice, including the Apple podcast app, Google music, Amazon, and YouTube etc. Also, if you could give our podcast a (5-star?) rating or even better, a podcast review, we would greatly appreciate it and it would help us to grow the passion and sport of high performance driving. For instance, leaving an Apple Podcast rating is very easy.  If you go to your podcast library, under shows and click on the podcast you can leave a (5?) star rating and enter your review.  A link to the episode is:  https://tinyurl.com/AutobahnHPDE2021  We hope you enjoy this episode! PS  Please don't forget that if you are looking to add an Apex Pro to your driving telemetry system, don't forget to use our discount code for all Apex Pro systems you will receive a free Windshield Suction Cup Mount for the system, a savings of $40.  Just enter the code “ghitlikesapex!” when you order.  They are a great system and truly invaluable in safely increasing your speed on track and/or autocross etc.  The recently released second generation systems and app increases the capability of the system greatly. Best regards, Vicki, Jennifer, Alan, and Bill Hosts of the Garage Heroes In Training Podcast and Garage Heroes In Training racing team drivers   Highlights from this episode include: 1)  Right off the bat, Bill mis-speaks during his joke, Herb vs Abe, my apologies. 2)  Vicki goes over her track prep since this was her first time at this track.  Luckily, the track is relatively flat and fairly easy to learn.  Vicki's favorite section was the 8-9-10 turn complex. 3)  We both shared the 2019 Mazda Miata (ND2) and Vicki was able to settle into the new track car.  We also go over her impressions of the Garmin Catalyst which is especially useful at Autobahn since the track is relatively short and you get a lot of laps in each session. 4)  Our car prep issues with the 2004 BMW M3 (E46) were quite a story.  We thought we had our prep processes under control but found something else we can do wrong.  And then it snowballed, lol. 5)  Lifting on the long straightaways?  Vicki had that problem.  Emphasis on “had”. 6)  How did the MSF Level 2 evaluation go for Bill? 7)  What trailer does Vicki envy?  ALOT. 8)  Vicki was unintentionally “that guy”.  Or was she?  You can be the judge. 9)  We also cover how Vicki's Instructor (Brandon) did vs the Garmin Catalyst?  (Quite well) 10)  Vicki (and Bill) had some major accomplishments during the weekend.  Any guesses? 11)  Some of the issues Bill had instructing at the event. 12)  TREC Racing.  Ever heard of it?  We discuss it and we finally have a plan for this next season.

Purple Patch Podcast
188 Nutrition Case Study - Fueling For the Mid-50s Executive Time-Starved Athlete

Purple Patch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 52:15


In Part 2 of the Purple Patch series on performance nutrition, Matt Dixon, along with leading performance nutritionist, Scott Tindal, lift the veil on nutrition and fueling with nutrition case studies around real-life Purple Patch athletes. The goal? To frame a smarter common-sense approach to nutrition in order to build a long-term platform of health and resilience. This case study is centered around Purple Patch athlete, Pat Romano. Pat is the CEO of Chargepoint and a dedicated husband and father. He has been a consistent high-performing Purple Patch athlete for over 10 years. The mission with Pat is simple: How can we help him still excel in sports performance as he starts heading towards his late 50s? And, how can he continue to thrive in energy and health to enable him to be the best leader and father he can be? Matt and Pat developed strategies around: Endurance Programming around getting stronger and faster Doubling Down on Strength and Conditioning work Emphasis and Recommitment on Nutrition and Fueling - Are there any stones unturned in his approach to nutrition? Today, Matt and Scott walk you through the discovery process, diagnosis, and strategies for Pat's success including his best-ever performance at Oregon 70.3. 0:00-07:30 Welcome and Episode Introduction 07:30-11:20 Squaddie Update - FREE LIVE Webinar with Matt Dixon and Inside Tracker  11:25-14:35 Word of the Week - "Remarkable"  14:45 Meat and Potatoes with Scott Tindal - Pat Romano Episode Resources This episode is sponsored by our new collaboration with INSIDE TRACKER. Inside Tracker and Purple Patch - Receive 25% off their services with code: PURPLEPATCHPRO25 Building Your Platform of Health - A Discussion with Inside Tracker - October 21st at 3:00pm PST Dial in YOUR Fueling with Purple Patch Comprehensive Nutrition Programming Read Pat Romano's Full Athlete Case Study Learn more about Purple Patch Fully Customized 1:1 Coaching Learn more about Purple Patch Squad High-Performance Training Program Learn more about Purple Patch Strength Programming Stay Up-to-Date with Purple Patch News and Events Purple Patch Upcoming Webinars and Events

The Refined Collective Podcast
Lessons From My Therapist with Kat Harris

The Refined Collective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 28:28


Thank you Newsstand Studio at 1 Rockefeller Plaza for providing a place for me to record this episode for y'all! No more Brooklyn closet recording!!! “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.”  - Philippians 4: 6 (NIV)   If you are a regular listener, you know that I have struggled with anxiety a lot over the years. I even did a whole Mental Health May series this past year (which you can check out here). Well my anxiety has reared its head again this fall. I can sometimes resent how it takes me away from the moment at hand. My invitation to myself + to you is: What if I/you/we could learn to not resent the discomfort but lean in and trust that my body is resilient. Like Glennon Doyle says, “I can do hard things,”  and I can feel uncomfortable things, pain, grief, nervousness, or anxiety and still feel safe and at home in my body. Lessons From My Therapist You may have heard this verse before: Philippians 4: 6 (NIV)   “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God”   In the King James Version, it says “Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.” Greek “careful”: to be distracted to the point of separation What my therapist explained to me was that anxiety separates you from yourself—because it removes me from the present and gets me to obsess about the future. Out of body. Besides yourself. The goal is to get back into yourself, back in your body. Like with the addict: the moment to focus on isn't necessarily the relapse, but the runway that led them there. The 10 steps before that you took that led you down a path towards anxiety. FOR ME: not eating, well, caffeine, alone time, time with Jesus, moving my body—my body is already on high alert b/c some family stuff going on—so things that normally wouldn't trigger me are activating anxiety—so I need to be extra kind and caring of myself.    Be careful for nothing, BUT “But” is where the answer/help comes in. It's an invitation to try something else. Try these 4 things:   Prayer: In anxiety we're separate from ourselves, God, and others. Prayer reconnects you with God and it INTERRUPTS your disconnection to self. Reminds me I'm not alone and it's not all up to me. This is an ACTIVE way to take your thoughts captive: 2 Cor. 10:15 The invitation of Jesus isn't to BUCK UP + GET OVER IT: it's to let go of the back breaking load: “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” - Matthew 11:28-30. The invitation of God isn't to DO more or less of anything. isn't to just NOT do something—whatever it is: anxiety, lie, gossip—no the invitation is to BE.   “Be still + know that I AM God.” - Psalm 46:10     Supplication: Emergent prayer / emergency prayer. AA 12 steps (very familiar to Phil 4:6) We admitted we were powerless over alcohol— that our lives had become unmanageable. Don't do ‘x', BUT PRAY Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore our sanity + SUPPLICATE: GOD HELP ME Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood him.   Thanksgiving: GK: Thanking god for things in the past + things yet to come Fear focuses on the worst case scenario. Gratitude focuses on the reality that with God anything is possible. Gratitude reorients my heart from focusing on doom to possibility. Gratitude reminds me that God has shown up for me before + God will do it again.  HABAKKUK 3:2   Lord, I have heard of your fame;     I stand in awe of your deeds, Lord. Repeat them in our day,     in our time make them known;     in wrath remember mercy.   In fear, in dread, in anxiety, in hopelessness, remember hope. Remember possibility. Remember what God did in the past and thank him for it THEN ASK HIM TO DO IT AGAIN.   Requests:  Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God. Emphasis on requests: a polite demand for something due to you—like when you get a reminder to pay your credit card bill. Like they ask you nicely = remind you when it's due. But it's not really a request; it's a polite demand. You have to pay the bill.  Dear God, HELP. Thank you for helping me in the past + I thank you in advance because I know you're going to help me again. That's who you are. Now please give me peace in my body.  Then the verse that follows this 4-step formula is this: “And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” “Peace” here in the GREEK: to make one; whole, to be put back together.   BE CAREFUL FOR NOTHING. PRAY. ASK.  THANK. POLITELY DEMAND. PEACE—then you'll go from separation back to connection—self, god + others.    I don't know about you, but this feels like really beautiful news to me. When I'm in a moment of fear and disconnection: pause. Invite god into the moment. Ask for help. Thank for the past and future. Politely demand! PEACE. Peace is your portion. Peace is your legacy. Even right now, I speak peace over your body, mind, soul, spirit. Resources Listen to Mental Health May ep. 1: When Is It Time to Go to Therapy? with Kobe Campbell Listen to Mental Health May ep. 2: Identifying Anxiety Triggers with Kat Harris Listen to Mental Health May ep. 3: The Science of Anxiety + How to Stabilize Once You're Triggered with Kat Harris Listen to Mental Health May ep. 4: Are You Really OK? A Mental Health Check Up with Debra Fileta Listen to Mental Health May ep. 5: Learning to Listen: A Guided Meditation with Kat Harris Check out Rockefeller Center on IG at @rockefellercenter and Twitter at @rockcenternyc

In Front of the Telly
Emphasis on "The White" Lotus

In Front of the Telly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 75:54


Angel and Jacob discuss Mike White's White Lotus currently out on HBOMax. This discussion took place on 9/2/2021. Find Jacob at 71Sticker Co on Etsy or 71StickerCo on InstagramFind Angel at In Front of the Telly on Twitter, her blog In Front of the Telly, or on Facebook at In Front of the Telly.

Down There Aware
The Blame Game

Down There Aware

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 33:25


The Blame Game This week, Alex and Mary discuss the harmful effects of patient blaming, when a medical professional, friends, family, or self-help authors infer, suggest, or outright say something akin to, “If you had a better attitude, you could beat cancer” or “Maybe if you had lost weight, you wouldn't have gotten diabetes” or “You should have gone to the doctor sooner, before you got cancer.” Their discussion was inspired by Kate Bowler's journey through colon cancer, after having been diagnosed at the age of 35. Why does patient blaming exist and what can we do about it? Listen on our website, www.downthereaware.com/podcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. Episode Highlights Welcome back! [0:40] Please subscribe, rate, review, and follow us! [1:10] Patient Blaming [2:28] Kate Bowler [2:54] The Today Show [3:10] Self-help books that blame [4:30] Toxic positivity [7:30] It's ok not to be ok [8:18] A doctor's genuine apology [9:05] TX Heart Institute Journal [10:55] Peabody's Corner [11:10] Francis Weld Peabody [11:15] Patient Care [11:25] Cardiac Consult [13:23] Digoxin [14:03] Placebo effect [16:02] Emphasis is on disease rather than patient [18:09] Obesity [18:58] Lung cancer bias [19:55] Shame and blame [20:22] Character defect [21:55] Non-compliant [22:16] Physician bias ]22:50] Where do you draw the line? [23:26] Disparity in funding [24:08] Relationship between behavior and disease [25:02] Medical malpractice and patient blame [26:08] Grey's Anatomy [28:20] Importance of healthy lifestyle [29:10] Patients should get best care [30:35] Valuable lessons to be learned [31:45] Update on Kate Bowler [32:45] Thanks for listening! [33:15] Stay Connected Email Us: downthereaware@gmail.com Instagram:@downthereaware Facebook: Down There Aware Twitter: @downthereaware Pinterest: Down There Aware TikTok: Down There Aware Links Mentioned in the Episode When All Else Fails, Blaming the Patient Often Comes Next (Published 2008) Blaming the Patient: A Common Defense Tactic Today Show - Kate Bowler Perspective | What happens when the doctor blames you for your own cancer? Flying Blind: Why Do We Keep Blaming The Victims Of Medical Errors? "Everything happens for a reason" -- and other lies I've loved | Kate Bowler - TED Talk https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3233310/pdf/20111200s00004p620.pdf https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3233310/pdf/20111200s00004p620.pdf

Sermons
Mission Emphasis Day

Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021


Peruvians of USA
41 REPLAY (Spanglish) Mecir Ureta Rivera- Vladi-videos, 9/11, y La Chicha

Peruvians of USA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 39:48


For the next weeks, we will be re-sharing the top 6 episodes of Peruvians of USA Season 2! ************************************************ Second half of my conversation with Mecir Ureta. Un joven peruano, mentor y defensor de estudiantes indocumentados en California. Mecir A. Ureta (He/Him/His) born and raised in Lima, Perú is a Peruanx, First-Generation, Latinx, Indigenous, and Social Justice Advocate in California. He Came to the U.S. in 2003. At an early age, he understood that one day he would face the reality of being Undocumented. Through his journey, Mecir has been involved with multiple immigrant organizations and movements, one of them being the "Dreamer" movement, although, he does not call himself a "Dreamer". These experiences amongst his love for his family and community have influenced his passion for Higher Education. A former College Tennis Player, Mecir holds an Associate's in Sociology, Bachelor's in Spanish with an Emphasis on Latin-American Literature, and a Master's in College Counseling. In his current roles, he serves as the Senior Coordinator of Undocumented Students Services at Cal Poly Pomona in Los Angeles. A program was founded to provide support services and resources to immigrant communities at his institution. In his practice, Mecir uses a Holistic approach to empower and lift the experiences of his students. Fun Fact: Hincha de Universitario De Deportes y DJ. Connect with Mecir @mecir_90 or muretarivera@cpp.edu **** In this episode: How "Vladi-videos" and 9/11 impacted his childhood and his immigration journey The rise of Peruvian Psychedelic Cumbia aka Chicha, particularly in LA (see LatinoUSA episode) His thoughts on whether "America is the great equalizer" for immigrants Why he wouldn't take anything from his journey as an immigrant @Lucianallain - Peruvian immigrants' rights organizer and advocate Ways to support the podcast: Give us a review on Apple Podcast Become a Listener Supporter, see link in bio Visit our Online Store and help us change the narrative with our t-shirt: “El Mejor Amigo de un Peruano es otro peruano.” Also available in feminine (“peruana”) and gender-neutral (“peruanx”) versions Follow Peruvians of USA Podcast on IG: @peruviansofusa Like our page on Facebook! Check out our scholarship "Javier Bordales Huaripata" --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peruviansofusa/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peruviansofusa/support

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info
#089 | VHF 121.5 | Lee Griffing's Pre-Check Ride Check List of Knowledge & Emphasis | Private | Part 6 of ?

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 41:12


Zone Podcasts
The Zone Daily: The major point of emphasis for the Titans heading into week four

Zone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 8:50


The Titans have a major point of emphasis they're focusing on at practice as they prepare for the New York Jets. Plus: An injury update from Wednesday's practice and a disappointing draw (again) for Nashville SC.

Peruvians of USA
40 REPLAY (Spanish) Mecir Ureta Rivera- Una conversación sobre DACA y la lucha por las comunidades indocumentadas.

Peruvians of USA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 43:04


For the next weeks, we will be re-sharing the top 6 episodes of Peruvians of USA Season 2! ************************************************ En este episodio conocemos a Mecir Ureta. Un joven peruano, mentor y defensor de estudiantes indocumentados en California. Esta es la primera parte de mi conversación con Mecir donde comparte consejos y una variedad de recursos para estudiantes con indocumentados. La próxima semana compartiremos la segunda parte de la entrevista con Mecir. ¡Espero que les guste! Mecir A. Ureta (He/Him/His) born and raised in Lima, Perú is a Peruanx, First-Generation, Latinx, Indigenous, and Social Justice Advocate in California. He Came to the U.S. in 2003. At an early age, he understood that one day he would face the reality of being Undocumented. Through his journey, Mecir has been involved with multiple immigrant organizations and movements, one of them being the "Dreamer" movement, although, he does not call himself a "Dreamer". These experiences amongst his love for his family and community have influenced his passion for Higher Education. A former College Tennis Player, Mecir holds an Associate's in Sociology, Bachelor's in Spanish with an Emphasis on Latin-American Literature, and a Master's in College Counseling. In his current roles, he serves as the Senior Coordinator of Undocumented Students Services at Cal Poly Pomona in Los Angeles. A program was founded to provide support services and resources to immigrant communities at his institution. In his practice, Mecir uses a Holistic approach to empower and lift the experiences of his students. Fun Fact: Hincha de Universitario De Deportes y DJ. Connect with Mecir @mecir_90 En este episodio: Como organizo un movimiento estudiantil para presentar los desafíos y demandas de estudiantes indocumentados en Cal Poly Pomona a la facultad y administración Sus consejos para estudiantes indocumentados en secundaria / high school Becas para estudiantes indocumentados: United we dream: https://unitedwedream.org/ and Immigrants Rising: https://immigrantsrising.org/ Porque no se define como “Dreamer” o “soñador” Y como podemos ayudar a la comunidad indocumentada Ways to support the podcast: Give us a review on Apple Podcast Become a Listener Supporter, see link in bio Visit our Online Store and help us change the narrative with our t-shirt: “El Mejor Amigo de un Peruano es otro peruano.” Also available in feminine (“peruana”) and gender-neutral (“peruanx”) versions Follow Peruvians of USA Podcast on IG: @peruviansofusa Like our page on Facebook! Check out our scholarship "Javier Bordales Huaripata" --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peruviansofusa/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peruviansofusa/support

The Crown Refs Podcast
#217 Video Rules Talk Ep. 8 | NFHS 2021-22 Points of Emphasis | with Zack Murphy

The Crown Refs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 15:12


In this episode of Video Rules Talk, we discuss the NFHS Points of Emphasis for the upcoming 2021-2022 season. We cover everything you need to get prepared for this season. Serve the game! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crown-refs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crown-refs/support

The Tom and Curley Show
HOUR 1: State Patrol to conduct emphasis patrols for ferry line cutters

The Tom and Curley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 31:09


State Patrol to conduct emphasis patrols for ferry line cutters  // King County extends COVID vaccination deadline to Dec. 2 in agreement with unions  // Hundreds join lawsuit challenging Washington's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for state, health care workers  // In Push to Tax the Rich, White House Spotlights Billionaires' Tax Rates // John talks about watching our upcoming Behind Enemy Lines guest growing up See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Field Gulls: for Seattle Seahawks fans
Bobby Wagner says the new emphasis on the taunting rule won't last

Field Gulls: for Seattle Seahawks fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 18:00


With this new emphasis on the NFL's taunting rule, there have been some extremely questionable calls that have negatively impacted games. How long will this go on? In the eyes of Bobby Wagner, he doesn't believe it can last long the way it's being used so far this season. Tyler Lockett talked about the disparity between the college ranks and the professionals and how it can take the emotion out of a game. Subscribe to the Field Gulls Podcast via: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |Overcast | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | Castbox | Subscribe on Android | PlayerFM | RSS Produced by: Wilson Conn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info
#088 | Guest: Ryan Eckel | Lee Griffing's Pre-Check Ride Check List of Knowledge & Emphasis | Private | Part 5 of ?

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 84:13


Catch The Live Recordings:https://robertberger.com/live/Ryan's Instagram:@eckelrHyperventilationUnusual Attitudes Spin ArgumentAltitude For Ground Reference ManeuversTransponder CodesCarbonator IceEmail The Hosts:faraim@LeeGriffing.comfaraim@RobertBerger.comfaraim@ScottBores.com

The Adam Jones Show
Mac Jones Breathing Exercises //NFL Taunting Emphasis// Podium MVP – 9/20/2021 (Hour 2)

The Adam Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 43:41


  (0:00) Jones and Arcand start the second hour discussing Jones' performance on Sunday and the reports of him doing breathing exercises throughout the game. (13:10) Why is Belichick singling out Rhamondre Stevenson for fumbling and not Damien Harris and Mac Jones?   (24:50) The NFL's new emphasis on the taunting rule has been impacting games all across the NFL, Jones and Arcand give their thoughts on the new emphasis and how stupid it is. (35:10) Jones gives his Podium MVP from the Pats-Jets game.

Answer Up Podcast
Bridesmaid, emphasis on the maid.

Answer Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 56:22


Marc goes full diva after waiting in line at Dunkin' Donuts, and overhearing other customers breakfast orders. Tanya settles some of Marc's confusion when it comes to bridal traditions. Plus, much more.  Rate. Review. Subcribe. Follow the show on IG: @answerup_podcast Contact the show: answeruppodcast@gmail.com