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South Hills Corona
God Never Said That - Week 4 - Adam Smith: “All Sins Are Basically Equal” - 11.28.21

South Hills Corona

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021


Speak Sex with Eve Eurydice
Ep 97: The New Feminism in Post Patriarchy: Procreative Dynamics. Equal but Different Genders. Eve E

Speak Sex with Eve Eurydice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 69:54


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My Take On It with Your Angelic Karma®
Nobody is Off Limits. All Things Being Equal. Crimes Against Humanity Disguised as Compassion.

My Take On It with Your Angelic Karma®

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 31:23


Have Some Style
3. Why More Money Doesn't Equal More Style: How To Dress Better With Less

Have Some Style

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 27:36


Today I'm sharing with you why more money doesn't always equal better fashion sense. In fact, it's often the opposite. Many people believe that if they just buy that one designer bag or those expensive designer shoes that they will finally have style, and that's just not true. That's why, in this episode, I'll talk about why you can't buy style. I mention how important it is to "spread the wealth" and support a diverse group of emerging design talents. Not only will you get something more unique, but you'll also be helping an up-and-coming creative thrive. Now that's what I call dressing for success. Find me on social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moshalundstrom/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@friendinfashion Website: https://www.moshalundstrom.com/ My other work: Therma Kota: https://thermakota.com/ Vogue Contributor: https://www.vogue.com/contributor/mosha-lundstrom-halbert About Me: Hello! My name is Mosha Lundström Halbert and I am a Los-Angeles based multi-disciplinary fashion director, writer, stylist, entrepreneur, and on-air personality. My work spans print, digital, radio, television, and design. I am a contributor to VOGUE.com - I edit the popular Cool Girl's Guide travel series - and I also write for a number of publications, including Cultured, The Toronto Star, and The Business of Fashion. I am a featured fashion expert on the internationally syndicated television show Cityline, and I am also the fashion contributor on CBC's q, an arts and cultural radio program that airs across Canada and the United States. Along with my mother and sister, I am also the co-founder of Therma Kota, an outerwear label inspired by my family's Nordic roots.

Good Life Project
Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein | All Things Being Equal, Nothing Ever Is

Good Life Project

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 60:54


One of the leading physicists of her generation, Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein is a Professor of Physics and Core Faculty Member in Women's and Gender Studies at the University of New Hampshire. She's also one of fewer than a hundred Black American women to earn a Ph.D. from a department of physics. Born in East Los Angeles, a devout Dodgers fan, she's a citizen of both the United States and Barbados and a descendant of Afro-Caribbean and Ashkenazi Jewish immigrants. Chanda decided to become a theoretical physicist at the age of 10, after an experience, which we dive into, lit a fire of curiosity and possibility. Her vision of the cosmos is vibrant, buoyantly non-traditional, and grounded in Black feminist traditions. A powerful voice in her field, Chanda urges us to recognize how science, like most fields, is far from an equal playing field, with racism, sexism, and other dehumanizing systems playing a role not only in who participates in the field but also in the essential nature of the work and the potential discoveries and insights it yields. She lays out a bold new approach to science and society that begins with the belief that we all have a fundamental right to know and love the night sky. In her groundbreaking new book, The Disordered Cosmos, Chanda shares her love for physics, from the Standard Model of Particle Physics and what lies beyond it, to the physics of melanin in skin, to the latest theories of dark matter — all with a new spin informed by history, politics, and the wisdom of Star Trek. We explore her personal journey and many of these ideas in today's conversation.You can find Chanda at: Website | InstagramIf you LOVED this episode:You'll also love the conversations we had with Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor about the science of the brain.My new book Sparked.Check out our offerings & partners: Peloton: Access high-energy workouts, instantly. Discover Peloton: streaming fitness classes to you live and on-demand. With the Peloton Bike, there's nothing like working out from home. Learn more at onepeloton.com. New members can try Peloton classes free for 30 days at onepeloton.com/app. Terms apply.Canva: Create beautiful designs with your team. Use Canva's drag-and-drop feature and layouts to design, share and print business cards, logos, presentations and more. Design like a pro with Canva Pro! Right now, you can get a FREE 45-day extended trial when you use my promo code! Just go to Canva.me/GOODLIFESee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Grace South Bay
Inseparable and Equal - John 5:16-30

Grace South Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 30:52


And this was why the Jews were persecuting Jesus, because he was doing these things on the Sabbath. 17 But Jesus answered them, “My Father is working until now, and I am working.18 This was why the Jews were seeking all the more to kill him, because not only was he breaking the Sabbath, but he was even calling God his own Father, making himself equal with God.19 So Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, the Son can do nothing of his own accord, but only what he sees the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, that the Son does likewise. 20 For the Father loves the Son and shows him all that he himself is doing. And greater works than these will he show him, so that you may marvel. 21 For as the Father raises the dead and gives them life, so also the Son gives life to whom he will. 22For the Father judges no one, but has given all judgment to the Son, 23 that all may honor the Son, just as they honor the Father. Whoever does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who sent him. 24 Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life. He does not come into judgment, but has passed from death to life.25 “Truly, truly, I say to you, an hour is coming, and is now here, when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God, and those who hear will live. 26 For as the Father has life in himself, so he has granted the Son also to have life in himself. 27 And he has given him authority to execute judgment, because he is the Son of Man. 28Do not marvel at this, for an hour is coming when all who are in the tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who have done good to the resurrection of life, and those who have done evil to the resurrection of judgment.30 “I can do nothing on my own. As I hear, I judge, and my judgment is just, because I seek not my own will but the will of him who sent me.1.     Do you agree that in our minds ‘equal to' often translates to independent from, rival with, potential competitor?  Does equality serve unity? 2.    Between Father and Son, how does equality serve unity?   3.     Is the kind of love shown between Father and Son--giving, receiving, giving back—is it the kind of love championed by our culture?  Is there anything challenging or uncomfortable about this self-giving kind of love? 4.    The nature of God (and love) is to give, not get.  Do you agree with this statement? 5.     Do you think it's possible to begin living this full, eternal life now?  What would that look like in your life?

Street Cop Podcast
Kindness Will Equal Success

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 10:14


In this archive episode, Dennis reminds LEOs that kindness goes a long way and will bring success more than acting like a "tough guy". Recorded on 03/20/2019.

Triathlon Swimming with TOWER 26- Be Race Ready Podcast
Episode #85: Are All Swimskins Equal?

Triathlon Swimming with TOWER 26- Be Race Ready Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 55:46


Emily gives the in depth review of her swimskin trials with pros and cons for the major brands of swimskins and why you should get used to using one. Jim, Gerry, and Emily also cover the beginning of the technical phase of training which starts with tautness.  Go to coaching.tower26.com to subscribe to the TOWER 26 Swim Subscription Plan Go to www.training.tower26.com to join the TOWER 26 Triathlon Training Program For Swim Video Analysis email: contact@tower26.com To purchase the TOWER 26 Transition Bag and Mesh Gear Bag go to Amazon After the topic of the episode is covered, the athlete questions are answered, and the topic for the next episode is revealed. To ask questions to be answered ON-AIR, tweet @Tower_26 or email the show at contact@tower26.com. To listen to the show, subscribe to the TOWER 26 newsletter, read the Tower 26 blog, or to see what Tower 26 is up to, go to www.TOWER26.com. Follow Jim Lubinski on TWITTER @jimlubinski, www.jimlubinski.com, @jimlubinski Thanks to Tom Hiel for the Intro/Outro music. All information and content heard/disseminated on the "Tower 26-Be Race Ready Podcast" is property of TOWER 26 and shall not be copied, retransmitted, or rebroadcast without TOWER 26 consent.  

My Steps to Sobriety
209 Kip Brooks - the Past Does Not Equal The Future

My Steps to Sobriety

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 59:29


In Kip's words: At eight years old, I believed the only hope for my life was suicide. I was on the honor roll throughout elementary school and received the “Student of the Month” award many times so that they stopped considering me for it in order to give other students a chance. I was smart, caring, and hardworking. Always seemed happy and willing to help so no one ever thought for a second that I was praying every night that I wouldn't wake up the following morning. By the time I reached middle school, my grades plummeted to Ds and Fs and that was just the beginning. At age 15, I kept a bottle of liquor stashed so I could take shots each night just to go to sleep. By the time I reached 21 years of age, I had been arrested multiple times and been involved in a life of drugs, dealing and doing. One night as I held a gun to my head, something in me snapped and I became angry. Angry at myself, angry at the world, and angry at my situation. I was angry that I felt that way, that anyone would ever feel that way and I wanted it to stop. I vowed then and there that if there was a way out of that feeling then I was going to find it, and that once I did I would come back to get others and show them the way out too. It was a long journey because first I had to learn to heal myself and I didn't know where to go. I started with numerous doctors and psychologists. I spent a few years on a cocktail of medications they prescribed and realized that wasn't working so I decided to look elsewhere. I began working with experts in Naturopathy, Nutrition, Fitness, Shamanism, Energy Healing, Soul Healing, Regression, Neuroscience, E.F.T. (Emotional Freedom Therapy), Qigong, Tai Chi, Massage, Chiropractic, Yoga, Hypnotherapy, N.L.P. (Neuro-linguistic Programming), Time Line Therapy, Psycho-Cybernetics, and M.E.R.® (Mental and Emotional Release®), and more. I was desperate to find a solution and cure so that I could move on with my life and help others do the same. I dove so deep into these healing arts that I picked up several certifications along the path as I began using the best techniques of each to gain more and more healing. My learnings along this journey of healing myself and my clients along with Marina's have been combined to create our work through Brooks Empowerment Academy. The tools that would form B.E.A. have helped me to overcome physical, emotional, and mental abuse, addiction, the loss of a child, divorce and much more. B.E.A. has saved my life and became my life's purpose. I've learned that even when you feel like you're all alone, living in your own world of solitude, you can still manifest a life of happiness and success as long as the conversations you have with yourself are focused on the goal ahead. Staying focused on that goal is more than possible and downright easy to do once the baggage is released and you understand how to communicate properly within those conversations. https://brooksempowermentacademy.com/kip/ Wait, there is more!!! Have a look at  www.mystepstosobriety.com  to see which other books and projects I am involved in!  And follow me on Instagram, Podcast, Facebook and Linkedin! https://stephanneff.podbean.com/ https://www.facebook.com/stepstosobriety/ https://www.instagram.com/stepstosobriety/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephan-neff-author/

Straight Outta Lo Cash and The Scenario
Just Posted: A Vaccine Card Doesn‘t Equal a Gold Star

Straight Outta Lo Cash and The Scenario

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 86:19


Just Posted is back with another heater of an episode. In this episode they discuss: Will Smith in his new book says he wished Jada Pinkett would look at him like she looked at 2Pac The Kyle Rittenhouse case is almost over Aaron Rodgers vs Kyrie Irving and the vaccine mandates Prince gets Kanye West to apologize to Drake What is going on INSECURE? What are your favorite Thanksgiving plates? Email the show at straightolc@gmail.com or justposted1906@gmail.com   Follow just Posted on Instagram @justpostedpodcast       Hit the Voicemail at 641-715-3900 Ext. 769558 Follow SOLC Network online Instagram: https://bit.ly/39VL542                 Twitter: https://bit.ly/39aL395                 Facebook: https://bit.ly/3sQn7je         To Listen to the podcast Podbean https://bit.ly/3t7SDJH             YouTube http://bit.ly/3ouZqJU             Spotify http://spoti.fi/3pwZZnJ             Apple http://apple.co/39rwjD1             Stitcher http://bit.ly/3puGQ5P            IHeartRadio http://ihr.fm/2L0A2y1     

The Unstoppable Woman®
How She Overcame Emotional Eating & Lost 200lbs! | Unstoppable Woman Spotlight | Sophie Chiche

The Unstoppable Woman®

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 62:18


Today's episode is all about the link between your body image, your eating patterns, and your self-worth, and how it all relates to upleveling your game in your life and your business. We're diving into it all in my interview with Sophie Chiche, multifaceted entrepreneur, author, and psychologist! Listen in to hear how Sophie was able to release 200 pounds (!!!) by ditching the fad diets and bravely facing the deep core reasons she was overeating – then learning to overcome emotional eating for good! What To Listen For Don't fall victim to fad diets! [4:54] How to stop feeding your stress with food [7:39] Why don't we believe women can be both smart AND sexy? [17:49] How to know when a change in attitude won't make a difference – and it's time to just move on from an entrepreneurial endeavor [32:35] Check out our YouTube to watch this interview! → https://youtu.be/pi0lVgxdNX8 Resources Check out our free resources for listeners https://www.theunstoppablewoman.com/freestuff Schedule a Strategy to Scale Consultation https://theunstoppablewoman.com/michele Join our Facebook Group https://theunstoppablewoman.com/facebookgroup Join the Morning Mindset Club https://theunstoppablewoman.com/mindset About Sophie Chiche: Sophie Chiche is a multi-talented entrepreneur, author, speaker, journalist, and psychologist. Equal parts philosophical and practical, Sophie has a unique ability to cut through the BS that keeps people trapped in frameworks that don't match their dreams. “I want more for people. I want people to want more for themselves. I want them to know it's possible to have what they want.” Sophie's presence and care create a bond where individuals, staff, and businesses feel supported and connected, which breeds safety and brings courage that leads to incredible results. Fueled by the desire to share, inspire, activate, and amplify, Sophie's lifelong dedication to exploring the question of “why?” has taken her all over the world. She's presented speeches and connected with movers and shakers like Arianna Huffington and Nelson Mandela with the goal of advancing human consciousness. She has helped craft businesses and social ventures of all shapes and sizes, written for several renowned international publications, and served as a coach for high-powered entrepreneurs and executives in large corporations. You can find Sophie at: Website: https://becurrenttoday.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/becurrenttoday Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/becurrenttoday/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sophiechiche/

Mac Watson Talks
Episode 184: Do Vaccines Equal No Masks?

Mac Watson Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 29:12


Current Events:Can schools relax mask mandates if kids are vaccinated?1200 Americans are dying daily of COVID19Airlines dealing with thousands of unruly passengers; now FAA can impose hefty finesAaron Rodgers is just another man behaving badlys'MACdown: Reckless inflationThe Last Word:  Gold tooth in Salvation Army red kettleSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/macwatsontalks)

The Todd Starnes Podcast
Jimmy Takes on Tyler, Texas

The Todd Starnes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 109:39


On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla,  Jimmy is live from Tyler, Texas. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich drops in to talk all things vaccine mandate – and why he's filing a suit over the Biden vaccine mandate… and Fox News Contributor and Marine Corps Veteran Johnny Joey Jones drops in to talk about Veteran's Day and why we honor those Americans who defend our nation's freedom. [00:00:00] Jimmy is live from Tyler, Texas! [00:15:35] Harris' Paris Blunder.... America is Ridiculed [00:18:21] Did Biden Blame Consumers for Inflation...Again? [00:35:29] Catch Jimmy for Breakfast Tomorrow! [00:36:43] Vaccine Mandate Challenges [00:52:44] Will Covid Vax Mandates Spread to Kids? [00:54:59] Arizona AG Mark Brnovich [01:09:14] Stop By to See Jimmy Tomorrow in Texas! [01:13:15] Kirby Says: Climate Change and China are an Equal [01:25:30] Parent Choice Shouldn't Be a Right Wing Issue [01:31:31] Johnny Joey Jones [01:47:09] 2:55 pm - Catch Jimmy in Tyler, Texas!

Hallway Digressions
Does Yahweh equal Allah? (S3 E7)

Hallway Digressions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 38:04


In this episode, the Bible department addresses a question that they have received a couple of times over the past couple of weeks. The question is whether or not the God of the Bible (or at least the Old Testament) is the same as the god of Islam. This is something that all Christians should be able to answer, so listen in to hear some thoughts on how to respond to this claim.

The Lisa Congdon Sessions
Episode 14: It's Not Equal at All - Bicycling Magazine Editor Bill Strickland on Committing to Increasing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Cycling

The Lisa Congdon Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 46:44


Bucyling Mag's Pledge to Diversity and Inclusion: https://www.bicycling.com/about/a33360121/bicyclings-commitment-to-diversity-and-inclusion/Bicycling Mag's story on Ade Hogue: https://www.bicycling.com/news/a38135564/remembering-cyclist-ade-hogue/ 

Men of Iron
Relationships, the salt shaker and the pepper grinder

Men of Iron

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 15:05


Increasing your relationship IQ is part of the investment in your foundation… Equal to your investment in your career, your fulfillment and your body and health… Today we discuss some tools to consider

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast
"Top 10 Equal-Income Countries: aka: a Gini Index List"

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 8:22


Today's Topics: What countries have the LEAST income inequality in the world? Let's find out... Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode 60 Season 4 (series 376) Email: lofipolisci@planetmail.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lofi-poli-sci-podcast/id1513691477 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/4Ii0JKbsKEzkO8SA2u3796 Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8xNzg1MjhjYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaLg4TOVb7nh4laDatZZ3yQ LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci #gini #incomeinequality #incomeequality #equality #wealth #wealthgap

Market Like a Boss
Episode 138: Group engagement doesn't equal clients

Market Like a Boss

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 34:57


More engagement does NOT mean more clients. In fact, engagement is just one small piece of what leads to clients in your group.   During this episode I talk about why group engagement doesn't equal clients and shared my take about Facebook's new rebrand.   I also discussed:   What type of engagement you can expect in your group depending on its size Why engagement is not a reliable gauge of how much money you'll make from your group Why you should not be worried about Facebook's name change (and why Facebook isn't going anywhere)   Connect with Market Like a Boss!    Download our free guide to get your first (or next) 100 dream clients into your group. Continue the conversation in Michelle's Facebook Group.  Book your Accelerate to 10K call today to help you strategize on how to make money from your Facebook group & get you on the path to 6-figures! Listen + Subscribe on ITUNES or STITCHER I'd greatly appreciate a podcast rating and review so that this podcast can reach more women!  Search for the podcast in your podcast app (Market Like a Boss) Scroll down and click 5 stars Tap “Write a Review” & enter a brief review Press send

Grace Community Church - Nashville
Jesus Is Equal With God - John 5:16-30 - November 7, 2021

Grace Community Church - Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 38:22


In this passage, the Jewish leaders rightly understood that Jesus was claiming equality with God. Jesus took the opportunity to explain that his equality with God means the Father has given him the authority to judge and to give life. With this authority, Jesus came to bear our judgement for sin in his death on the cross, and to be raised from the dead to grant us life. For this purpose the Father sent him. Here, in this historic declaration on earth of the eternal reality of the nature and work of the Son of God, we are being called to hear his voice and believe. If we do, we will pass from death to life; we will live.  

Negroraguan Podcast
Ep163- KRS Won vs BDK and Ye

Negroraguan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 80:26


Continued from the previous episode: Dads on Duty is bringing peace to a Shreveport highschool. (Hallmark HOF nominee). Raider's Henry Ruggs is going to Jail for drunk driving and killing a woman and a dog. Versus brought out the founding fathers of Hip Hop: Blastmaster KRS ONE and The King Assiatic Nobody's Equal, Big Daddy Kane. Classic match up, that did not disappoint. Lastly, The pyrotechnics popped off with Kan(Ye) on Drink Champs. Show Prologue:Brothers Breaking Bread, or the “Triple B Pod”, is a collection of African American professionals, friends, and family that attempt to tackle the important issues of the day. We bring our unique brand of humor, sensitivity, and oftentimes anger to the analysis. The show features Rodger (@KcStork); “The Brothers of Doom” James and Joe; Anthony (10 Meters); Zeb (Da Soulja) Ada (Lady Lavender) and extended #3BPod family. We cut our teeth as podcasters creating nearly 100 episodes of the Negroraguan Podcast, we've kept much of the format and traditions with a few personal touches that come with a new show. We sincerely hope you enjoy, and subscribe to the show. Please contact us on Twitter @Triple_B_Pod Facebook https://www.facebook.com/brothersbreaking.bread.7 or Email: brothersbreakingbreadpod@gmail.comMusic Cred:Show Intro- We Outchea - Joseph JeffersonOutro- It's Over – Joseph JeffersonTerrible Thoughtz Album- Zeb Ore, Jason Jones, Jeremy Scott, Joseph Jeffersonhttps://soundcloud.com/joseph-jefferson-499547334/sets/terrible-thoughtzJoe Jeff- Coronamatichttps://soundcloud.com/joseph-jefferson-499547334/sets/war-of-attritionPhoto Editing:Jason JonesShow Title: Don't Perjure Yourself, But.../ KRS Won VS BDK and YeIntro: https://twitter.com/TheGoodLiars/status/1455243036795998212?s=20&fbclid=IwAR0cYks2HLzRAqVlO7tbM9k-FovXIk3qqexILGYJR2-RaJkUPLJb0A4h9D0Court Cases:https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-kyle-rittenhouse-judge-media-criticism-20211103-p3pmc5fgfnbntad6ddx4jr2yye-story.html?fbclid=IwAR2x3sfk3Sz8Egyg9UxR3mHPuJnebH8lv4YlnV_H5jVPVgxMZKdaql4j-XMhttps://www.cnn.com/2021/11/04/us/kyle-rittenhouse-trial-thursday/index.html?fbclid=IwAR3QDDsKIy0eFDq7J-CF9Yk3UPF9A-DeKWOQoTL9EjRKo2Hiatx91ZpZTcEhttps://www.cnn.com/2021/11/01/us/judge-jeopardy-kyle-rittenhouse-jurors/index.htmlhttps://www.cnn.com/2021/11/03/us/ahmaud-arbery-jury-what-we-know/index.html?fbclid=IwAR3s8kKuiqFzjEzVDoNqDwbM3_zMpK_Fc9E19liwvh4RQxYdT3aUmoInzakhttps://www.nytimes.com/live/2021/11/05/us/ahmaud-arbery-shooting-trialhttps://www.npr.org/2021/09/01/1033289263/elijah-mcclain-death-officers-paramedics-chargedWe...Want...The Police??https://www.npr.org/2021/11/02/1051617581/minneapolis-police-voteNurse Ratchethttps://www.npr.org/2021/10/21/1047934184/texas-nurse-convicted-killing-air-injectionsDon't pass Go:https://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/nationworld/ny-capitol-jail-time-sentence-jenna-ryan-20211105-c775zjqswzgwvfs72gd7rar7je-story.html?fbclid=IwAR3pudIwpy7Z7xvTvcAUvPhVomWw5SqlrR_bs1iDDs9q1BRmnozrpnNAj-Ahttps://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2ryx7nWhat about the babies?:https://www.usnews.com/news/us/articles/2021-11-04/illinois-woman-charged-in-august-fire-deaths-of-her-5-kids#:~:text=A%20woman%20has%20been%20charged,Illinois%20apartment%20without%20adult%20supervision.&text=Nov.%205%2C%202021%2C%20at%207%3A37%20a.m.&text=EAST%20ST.,-LOUIS%2C%20Ill.Protect our own:https://www.cbsnews.com/news/dads-louisiana-high-school-student-violence/Postmortem Corner:https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/32543330/henry-ruggs-iii-drove-156-mph-seconds-fatal-car-crash-prosecutors-sayhttps://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/1455595849623367687?t=dbeNXFcb9tNptWZJ6IgTkA&s=07&fbclid=IwAR3pudIwpy7Z7xvTvcAUvPhVomWw5SqlrR_bs1iDDs9q1BRmnozrpnNAj-Ahttps://www.facebook.com/messenger_media?thread_id=1954332007911440&attachment_id=578661640084606&message_id=mid.%24gAAbxdGEa0BCDF_vkVV85raVpC2P5Poor Winnershttps://www.cnn.com/2021/11/04/us/inglewood-morningside-high-school-football-game-trnd/index.html?utm_term=link&utm_content=2021-11-05T08%3A31%3A06&utm_medium=social&utm_source=fbCNN&fbclid=IwAR1l9GN3KoFgxSlkn6Sk02TdFkH1zwCw2fn2HcSNUyGSc51zyzXP0IGl7d0Versus:https://www.okayplayer.com/music/big-daddy-kane-and-krs-one-verzuz-full-video.htmlYe Being Ye:https://www.detroitnews.com/story/entertainment/music/2021/11/05/kanye-west-calls-signing-big-sean-the-worst-thing-ive-ever-done/6294597001/

My Take On It with Your Angelic Karma®
All Things Being Equal ! Pretty Attractive Women being Defended.

My Take On It with Your Angelic Karma®

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 73:27


The Stellium Astrology Podcast
#069 Interview with Wade Caves On Traditional Challenges With Modern Astrology PLUS House Systems Explained

The Stellium Astrology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 40:14


In this fascinating episode of The a Stellium Astrology Podcast, I catch up with Wade Caves – an astrologer who started his journey around the same time as I did. Like myself, Wade sees clients and has branched into teaching. Wade specialises in Traditional astrology, working in areas of Horary and Electional astrology which are two very interesting branches of prediction and selection. Discussing a variety of subjects including the controversial subject of gender roles in masculine and feminine astrological symbolism, the role of social media in Astrology's resurgence and a conversation around Wade's work and interest in Astrology, we cover a lot of bases as the time flew by! In Part 2 Wade covers the Astronomical basis behind the house systems as well as discussing quadrant and non-quadrant house systems including: Equal, Whole Sign, Placidus, Regiomontanus, Campanus, and Koch. If you've ever had questions about why the house systems are divided the way they are and how astronomy feeds in to the theoretical division of the heavens, then part 2 is not to be missed! Part 2 exclusively available to Patreons only. Wade Caves is an astrological consultant and educator specialising in horary, electional and classical astrological technique. He was certified with honours from the Mayo School of Astrology and has expert knowledge of both traditional and modern psychological methods of chart delineation. Wade's passion is in understanding the historical and philosophical origins of astrological symbolism, and finding reliable ways to put this information to practical use in consultation. He is the editor and annotator of the 300th anniversary edition of William Lilly's History of His Life and Times (Rubedo Press, 2015).  Website: http://wadecaves.com. Email: hello@wadecaves.com. Episode links: www.STA.co    Skyscript.co.uk Wade's book: William Lilly's History of his Life and Times, From the Year 1602 to 1681 300th Anniversary Edition By William Lilly and Elias Ashmole, introduced and annotated by Wade Caves. Foreword by Philip Graves.   ➡️ Visit Stellium Astrology for episode links, charts, to apply to have your chart featured, and to see which episodes you've already been featured in!  

The Adversity Advantage
Simon Hill On New Revolutionary Nutrition Research & Why Not All Science Is Created Equal

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 110:05


My guest today is my friend Simon Hill. Simon is a top nutritionist, working with folks like Chris Hemsworth, and hosts the Plant Proof podcast which is one of the top health & fitness podcasts in Australia. Simon is a true expert on all things nutrition—he has a Master's in nutrition science and has other nutrition degrees from places like Cornell. His new book, “The Proof Is In The Plants”, made its global debut earlier this week and is already a bestseller and sold out nearly everywhere. The good news is that you can still get his book on Audible and the link to buy it is in the show notes. The book provides a deep dive into all things nutrition, highlighting the benefits of a whole-food, mostly plant-based diet. While Simon practices a vegan diet himself, he is not dogmatic about no meat, and even believes that meat, dairy, and eggs can all be part of a very healthy diet. (He thinks the diet wars between the various groups are counterproductive.)   Some of the things I discuss with Simon: Why controversial foods like Soy and Dairy CAN be HEALTHY Why all SCIENCE isn't created EQUAL (and what the hierarchy of science is) How eating processed foods leads to overconsumption of calories Foods that increase/decrease your lifespan What to look for when choosing health accounts to follow on social media How to be plant-based AND eat animal products Simple wins to move towards eating an optimal diet (and what the science says about this) Cutting edge research on dairy, fermented foods, dark leafy greens and berries. And much more...   Connect with Simon here Buy Simon's new book here Connect with Doug here   More on Earth Echo Foods/Cacao Bliss: www.earthechofoods.com/dougbopst Use Promo code "Doug" at checkout to receive 15% off your order

Morning Watch Prayercast

We find complete sufficiency in Christ and His provisions for our needs. There's no such thing as an incomplete or deficient Christian. John MacArthur

Finding Your Cape - The Podcast
Your Size Does Not Equal Your Worth

Finding Your Cape - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 61:53


Today we welcome Rylee McKinlay, a yoga instructor, movement leader, and mental health advocate who has recovered from an eating disorder. She is passionate about dismantling diet culture and helping people to develop healthier relationships with their bodies, food and exercise.   Resources: Kelty mental health website (resources for parents, caregivers, and children & youth): https://keltymentalhealth.ca/ NEDA (National Institute of Eating Disorders) website (info on eating disorders, screening tool): https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/ Foundry BC website (list of centres across BC, virtual support, peer support, information on mental health & substance use): https://foundrybc.ca/ Looking Glass website (info on eating disorders, info on eating disorder services (inpatient, outpatient, virtual peer support)): https://www.lookingglassbc.com/ Jessie's Legacy website (info on eating disorders, prevention, all ages): https://jessieslegacy.com/   MY BOOK: Finding Your Cape - How to Course Correct and Achieve Greatness When Things Don't Go As Planned is available internationally anywhere books are sold. It's available in paperback, digital and audiobook. Amazon worldwide: https://tinyurl.com/y2zz9zhm Indigo: https://tinyurl.com/y5q6h5a3 Barnes and Noble: https://tinyurl.com/yy4xtvfo Waterstones: https://tinyurl.com/y5gmkuxb Booktopia: https://tinyurl.com/y5rgrtdj Audible: https://tinyurl.com/y4wnyv94 Scribd: https://tinyurl.com/y2lbs5x5 Apple Audiobook: https://tinyurl.com/y68saqga Booktopia: https://tinyurl.com/y5rgrtdj Finding Your Cape: http://www.findingyourcapebook.com If you enjoy today's episode, please share it with someone you think will find it helpful. Also, please take a screenshot and share it on your Instagram and tag me - @redheadmare. I will share your comments and any big takeaways on my Insta Stories as well!   Also, please make sure to give us a review on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Android, Audible, TuneIn, Spotify. _____________________________________________ Find Mare Online: Website: http://www.mareathoner.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maremchale/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/redheadmare Instagram: @redheadmare _____________________________________________

TonioTimeDaily
Ethical porn categories, ethical porn genres part 3 (final part)

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 56:47


"This is how we make our adult movies The Store by Erika Lust is part of a new wave of adult cinema made with an ethical production process. We encourage an ethical production and distribution of adult movies and hope to challenge mass produced mainstream pornography. These are the principles that we follow with our own productions and that we seek in the productions that we distribute. Equal pleasure for everyone Women's pleasure matters. Our women-identifying characters have their own sex drive and desires, and are not passive objects focused primarily on pleasuring men. Diversity We aim to represent all people equally and respectfully. We do not reduce performers to any primal feature, whether that be body shape, ability, age or ethnicity. Fair pay Every person involved in the making of the film is paid fairly & each director or studio we feature is paid commission from the sale of their films. Transparency We are proud of what we do and who we are. You can always find the names of producers, directors, performers, and everyone involved in the making of a film. Safe sex environment Every performer provides an up to date STI test & chooses their form of protection. No surprises Every part of the shoot should be discussed and agreed beforehand with all performers. If you have any questions or queries you can contact us at store-support@erikalust.com." "Hello & welcome to The Store by Erika Lust I'm Erika Lust, award-winning ethical adult filmmaker and owner of The Store. I invite you to come on in, take a look around, and enjoy – pleasure is just a click away. From exclusive Erika Lust Films productions & big budget movies, to homemade content shot straight from performers' bedrooms, we are proud of what we do and the selection we have on offer. Every film is available fo you to buy and download or stream, instantly. No waiting around & no strings attached. Last year alone over 500,000 films were downloaded from loyal and satisfied customers! I hope you find exactly what you're looking for, and hopefully a few surprises too! If you're having trouble finding what you need, or have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our team who will be happy to assist you. Enjoy your stay at The Store!" "The biggest selection of erotic films to suit all tastes. From BDSM to Best Sellers, Vintage to Women Directors only, we've compiled the most comprehensive and all encompassing collection of sexual desires to date. With all this available at the click of a download button, why go anywhere else?" --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

Mornings with Jeff & Rebecca
Grace & Truth Are Equal In Importance

Mornings with Jeff & Rebecca

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 2:04


If you are a grace person, you are most concerned about being loved. But if you are a truth person, you are most concerned about being right even it means being unloved. Both of them have their dangers because they both weren't meant to be pursued in isolation from the other. Something is wrong if everyone hates you and something is just as wrong if everyone loves you.Timothy Keller said it best when he said:“'Truth' without grace is not really truth and 'grace' without truth is not really grace."One isn't better than the other, they are equally important as we share the Gospel with everyone.Jesus came from the Father full of grace and truth. All grace, all truth, all the time. John 1:14 reminds us of this when it said:"The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth." - John 1:14However, Jesus didn't come simply to give us an example of grace and truth. He came to save us in grace and truth. The motivation to be full of grace and truth is not because we need to earn God's favor, but because being a follower of Jesus Christ means we begin to model the one whom we claim to follow.

How Did We Get Weird with Vanessa Bayer and Jonah Bayer
Remember DEVO? (with Fred Armisen)

How Did We Get Weird with Vanessa Bayer and Jonah Bayer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 62:08


The one and only Fred Armisen (Portlandia, Saturday Night Live) stopped by the podcast this week to discuss his first concert experience: Seeing DEVO at Radio City Music Hall on October 31st, 1981, right down the street from where Fear were destroying the SNL set at 30 Rock. In this largely music-themed episode, we also discuss Fred's love of all things goth, playing drums alongside his heroes like The Clash and his personal connection with Halloween that goes back to childhood. Equal parts hilarious, educational and sentimental, this truly is an episode for the ages—and for those who want a quick and easy way to get rid of their garbage! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Terrible Happy Talks
#130: Adam Everill: Equal Playing Field, seeking other routes, and the crypto conundrum.

Terrible Happy Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 80:17


terriblehappytalks.comInsta @terriblehappytalksAdam Everill is recognised as one of Australia's leading young social entrepreneurs. Adam is a past guest on the show dating back to episode #88 in which we talked at length about his NGO; Equal Playing Field. In this week's episode, Adam is with me live (and in-person) on my back deck (my happy place) to catch-up and give me an education on all things de-centralisation, block chains and crypto-currency. This conversation was not what I expected and opened up some big discussion around the impact of social media on wellbeing, corporate control and much much more. ShanAdam advocates for his NGO:Equal Playing FieldCOMPANIES THAT SUPPORT THIS PODCAST:Use the THT code!!!INDOSOLE  Code: THT(15% discount shipping is WORLDWIDE and fast).Sandals made from recycled Tyres. Timeless footwear for the conscious consumer.KingPin Skate ShopCode: THT(Get 15% Discount)Best Skateshop in Australia!Best shoe range ever: Vans, Nike, Adidas, Lakai, Fallen, Etnies (and more).Rad clothes (To many to mention)Best skateboard brands: Baker, Girl, Chocolate, FA, Hockey, Antihero, Passport (and way more).Australian owned and operated. Best dudes ever! Get on dat code.KRUSH ORGANICS - CBD oils and topicalsCode: THT(Get a HUGE 40% Discount...shipping is WORLDWIDE and fast).Purveyors of the finest CBD oils and topicals. I think long and hard about who I want to be affiliated with, and I'm stoked to embark on a new affiliation with Krush Organics and advocate for the use of CBD products for supplementary use. Do the research yourself, the health benefits are unquestionable. It's done so much for me, especially during times of stress and anxiety, it's improved the quality of my sleep and sped up my recovery time especially post workouts. And it's all natural.Write a review on Apple Podcasts and give a 5 star rating.Thanks for listening!Big love and respect,ShanSupport the show (https://terriblehappytalks.teemill.com)

Unlocked: Daily Devotions for Teens
All Equal Christians

Unlocked: Daily Devotions for Teens

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 4:13


If one person has known God for a long time, does that make them somehow superior to someone who has just met God? Does the fact that one grew up in a Christian home make them any better than a friend who grew up without really knowing about God? The short answer is no. If you have known God for longer than someone else, you might be more knowledgeable about God. You might have advice to share, and you probably have a better understanding of what the Bible has to say on different topics than someone who has just started reading the Bible. On the other hand, if you have just recently come to God, you might have a greater appreciation for all that He has done for you because it is so fresh in your mind. As the years pass, we tend to take the gift of eternal life for granted because we have known about it for a long time. But someone who has just discovered the good news will be filled with joy because of what Jesus has done for them. When longtime Christians interact with someone who has just experienced the gospel for the first time, they can be reminded of just how good the good news really is! We get to share this joy as we remember and celebrate together that God saved us! Longtime Christians might be more familiar with God because they have been talking to Him for a while. For example, they might have been aware that God was there for them when they were a young child in moments when they felt scared. As we talk to God more and more, our friendship with Him grows, and after a while we feel ready to talk to Him about anything. A newer Christian might have a certain awe of God that leads so naturally to worship. While they're just beginning to experience relationship with God, they might have a great respect and reverence for Him. All are made equal when they come to God. A longtime Christian is not somehow better, and neither is someone who has just recently put their trust in Jesus. When Jesus hung on a cross, He saved a sinner on the cross next to Him who was about to die, and that person is just as saved as someone who has been in relationship with God since they were a toddler. • Emily Acker • Have you ever felt like some Christians are more valuable than others, like some have a special place in the eyes of God? How might today's Scripture passages speak into this? • What are some reasons it might be important for new and longtime Christians to be in community with each other? For God does not show favoritism. Romans 2:11 (NLT)

The Bodybuilding Dietitians
#137 Do High Step Counts Equal Greater Fat Loss? How To Choose A Bodybuilding Federation & Division

The Bodybuilding Dietitians

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 35:47


Welcome back for episode 137 of The Bodybuilding Dietitians Podcast! On this week's episode Tyarra and Jack answer and discuss various topics including: - Do step counts have a meaningful effect on fat loss success? - Discussion on steps in prep - How to choose a bodybuilding federation and division - Are gluten-free foods healthy? - How to regain normal satiety post-comp - Were we nervous starting our own business? - Social media findings and chats Thank you again for tuning into the podcast and we hope you enjoy! We would greatly appreciate if you would please subscribe to the channel, give us a rating, leave us a review and tell your friends about the podcast! The more people we can reach out to and help the better! Stay tuned for more podcasts released on a weekly basis! Business Website: www.thebodybuildingdietitians.com Tyarra's Instagram: www.instagram.com/tyarranelson/?hl=en Jack's Instagram: www.instagram.com/jack.radfordsmith/?hl=en The Bodybuilding Dietitians Instagram: www.instagram.com/thebodybuildingdietitians/?hl=en YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Why7CvHSXNMG8Aws6dnww 10% Off Marmadukes Peanut Butter Powder (discount code TBD10): www.marmadukes.com.au/discount/TBD10 VPA 10% off codes used at checkout: www.vpa.com.au/ TYARRA JACK

That's So Hindu
We've forgotten that Hindu teachings have given trans people a status equal to other genders | Anjali Rimi

That's So Hindu

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 44:15


In this episode Suhag Shukla speaks with Anjali Rimi, a South Asian, Hindu, Canadian-American woman of trans experience, based in the Bay Area. Anjali is the president and co-founder of Parivar Bay Area, America's only trans-led, trans-centering queer organization. Parivar Bay Area focuses on centering trans-equity and economic justice within the Indian and South Asian diaspora.Parivar Bay AreaParivar Bay Area on FacebookParivar Bay Area on Instagram

Mom's Spaghetti
Just One Drink (Ep. 139)

Mom's Spaghetti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 28:35


Episode 139 of the weekly Mom's Spaghetti Podcast with host Keith Cohen's favorite new music from the week! All songs can be found on the Spotify or Apple Music playlist "Just One Drink" (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7ajJTNLxslnXm3EPe84T1i?si=ab6b690a29aa4214 ~or~ https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/just-one-drink/pl.u-9N9LJBbIx7rZod9)1:26 Looks Like Me -- Dean Lewis2:56 High Tide -- Shallou4:25 Dynamite -- Sean Paul, Sia5:50 Equal in the Darkness -- Steve Aoki, Jolin Tsai, MAX7:33 Catching A Dream -- Jonah Kagen8:54 When You're Out -- Billen Ted, Mae Muller10:21 Who You Are -- Craig David, MNEK11:42 Tacones Rojos -- Sebastian Yatra13:18 Rockland -- Gracie Abrams15:27 Closer -- Emma Jensen17:19 ONE PUNCH -- Aries18:47 Cancelled forever -- bear (blackbear)19:45 Easy On Them Turns -- Baird21:09 Bestie -- Culture Jam, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Capella Grey22:08 Poke It Out -- Wale, J. Cole, Cool & Dre23:21 Tipsy -- J-Kwon #tbt2021 Leftovers (all the songs featured in 2021): https://open.spotify.com/playlist/25fHYiRQvl6CYCu2MHFIs3?si=q_5SV4-ZQFeTv181pOu7MAThe Kitchen Sink (all songs ever featured on Mom's Spaghetti): https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4QXGN0pFMSlUHaD1vfw6zk?si=yMTeoP8JTR-ZeT_Iyx23mQ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Achieve Results NOW! Podcast
279: Your Past Does Not Equal Your Future...

Achieve Results NOW! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 13:30


In this Episode: In the episode we discuss how to use your past and your present to set you up for success. A small shift in your thinking and an adjustment in your actions can create profound results. Action Steps: Learning Understanding Planning Podcast Referenced: ARN Podcast Ep. 232: Our First 3 Episodes:  https://www.achieveresultsnow.com/single-post/our-first-3-podcasts ARN Suggested Reading: Blessings In the Bullshit: A Guided Journal For Finding The BEST In Every Day – by Mark Cardone & Theron Feidt https://www.amazon.com/Blessings-Bullshit-Guided-Journal-Finding/dp/B09FP35ZXX/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=blessings+in+the+bullshit&qid=1632233840&sr=8-1 Full List of Recommended Books: https://www.achieveresultsnow.com/readers-are-leaders Question: Do you have a question you want answered in a future podcast? Go to AchieveResultsNow.com to submit. Connect with Us: Get access to some of the great resources that we use at: www.AchieveResultsNow.com/success-store www.AchieveResultsNow.com www.facebook.com/achieveresultsnow www.twitter.com/nowachieve Thank you for listening to the Achieve Results NOW! Podcast.  The podcast that gives you immediate actions you can take to start seeing life shifting results NOW!

The Confused Breakfast
Ernest Scared Stupid (1991)

The Confused Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 87:39


How bout a podcast sandwhich booger lips!? Ernest Scared Stupid is somewhere between the best and worst of the Ernest movies, or so they say. How amazing is Jim Varney? How awful are the kid actors? How disgusting are the trolls? Is Bulgarian Miak strictly seasonal? Equal parts scary gross and genuinely stupid, There's one thing for sure, Rimshot is our favorite, know-what-I-mean?•0:00:00-  Introductions/Reviews/Chats•0:09:30- Pertinent movie details •0:13:45- Memories of first viewing •0:17:30 - Critical and fan reviews•0:23:30- Scene by scene breakdown •1:21:15- Modern day ratings——————————————————————**Get 20% OFF at Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code CONFUSED at MANSCAPED.com ——————————————————————**Cedar Ridge Distillery-  Go check out our sponsor and order some whiskey.  http://cedarridgewhiskey.com——————————————————————**Every link you could need from us.   Http://confusedbreakfast.com——————————————————————**Give us a call and leave a voicemail about your thoughts of the show!  319.804.9596——————————————————————**Link to our friend Kyle Wyatt, who did the Mortal Kombat/Confused Breakfast yell.  Get more info on him and order a Mortal Kombat related cameo https://direct.me/MORTALKOMBATVOICE——————————————————————**Also, we have a Patreon.  If you are enjoying the podcast, want to support us and enjoy some extra perks and bonus content, check it out at http://patreon.com/confusedbreakfast and speaking of Patreon, our highest tier supporters get mentioned in the actual episode and in the liner notes.  Dane, Joel, Tony B, Jordon, Nick Merulla, Elisha, Camden Griffith, Francisco Rivera, Cameron Jay, Keerlana, BigBigAndy, Bud Larsen, Anita Richard, Travis Hunziker, Bryan Hernandez, Nick Fulkerson, Cale James, Senior Frog, Mr and Mrs Roommate, Greg Jackson, Jason Davis, Daniel Skaggs, Emilio Perez, Skyler Brunssen, Jordan Hooten, Brynna Misener, Willie Cox III, Jenel Lewis, Joseph Thomas, Marshall G, Ryker Garrison, Mitch Cavanaugh, Ryan Carlton, Shaun Dixon, Dana Dane, Josh Miller, Macy, Conor, Jason Botsford, Stephen Moore, Chris Prior, Paul DeAro, Jason Hahn, BuckarooBonsly, Jeff Spencer, Moth Maiden Creations, Travis Scanlan, Erik Hein, Michael Hodde, Gary McCarthy, Nathan Hill, Corey Vaughn, Damien Zemek, Jukes of Hazard, Ranger Rick and Suebaloo, Mark Prior, Zachary Hearon, Eric Murrieta, Dallas B, Kelli With A Y, Mr Coggins, Ry, Tim, Kitty VVitch Chaos, Revis, David Waggoner, Elvenbabe, Tim Bash, Mike Zachar, Duane Van, Candace Wurster, Zachary Moore, Robert Vens and Pit Take BBQ.  You are the best.  You will always be number 1 in our hearts.   Thank you.   

Money Talks Radio Show - Atlanta, GA
Case Study: Substantially Equal Periodic Payments using Rule 72(t)

Money Talks Radio Show - Atlanta, GA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 15:16


Chief Investment Officer Troy Harmon, CFA, CVA, joined by Managing Associate K.C. Smith, CFP®, CEPA, and Senior Financial Planner Clay Norman, CFP®, team up to explain the Rule 72(t) strategy that allows early retirees to access their retirement funds before age 59 ½ while avoiding the 10% early withdrawal penalty. They discuss the pros and cons to tapping the retirement account early, as well as how investors can control how much they withdraw. Read the Article: https://www.henssler.com/tapping-a-retirement-account-early-and-avoiding-early-withdrawal-penalties

FLIPPIN' AWESOME COACHING FOR ATHLETES w/AmyTwiggs

Equal Airtime: Your brain naturally looks for anything that could be considered a problem. It does this as a protective mechanism. When you notice yourself focusing on negative options, we want to encourage you to spend just as much time opening up to the other side of the story. It's possible that there is no problem, that everything is going to work for us better than we could imagine, that we might actually stick that routine or win that medal. It's possible either side could occur. Give yourself time and space to really open up to positive options without condemning the negative ones. If you find your athletes dropping into a lot of negative self-talk, then we can help. Go to AthletesMindsetAcademy.com where we create happy, healthy athletes who know how to win. X, Athlete's Mindset Academy Coaches

DRUM with Mike & Eddy
GRETSCH: MODERN vs. VINTAGE

DRUM with Mike & Eddy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 63:49


Support this show on Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/drumwithmikeandeddySince announcing that I was moving on from Gretschen, my 1965 Round Badge in blue sparkle, I have received tons of emails and DM's asking "why?". In this episode I break down the differences between a vintage round badge kit and a modern Broadkaster, and explain why my new kit will be the best of both worlds. Equal time will be given Tama in an upcoming episode, lol. Thanks for listening and supporting!Mike & Eddy

The Gospel of Fire
Monday Motivational #35: Are We Really All Equal

The Gospel of Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 6:36


Should we all have the equal opportunity to be successful in our lives and be safe and loved? 100%. But the only way we get there is to actually realize our strengths and weaknesses.  So in the question are we all equal in ability, that answer is no, and that is ok.  It's actually great.  It allows us the ability to go find our strengths and them give them to world in a productive manner.  We all can't be good at everything.  Imagine if Steve Jobs was told he was a great football player his entire life and that is what he pursued, even though it was lie.  Try everything and then find what it is your are amazing at!

Bible Questions Podcast
How Can You Know That You Are Saved? + Is Jesus God and Equal to God? How To Have Assurance of Salvation. Reading John 8 #297

Bible Questions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 15:46


How can you know beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are saved by Jesus and destined for Heaven? In John 8, Jesus tells us how we can have real and genuine assurance of salvation. Also, did Jesus really save an adulterous woman from being stoned?

Bible Reading Podcast
How Can You Know That You Are Saved? + Is Jesus God and Equal to God? How To Have Assurance of Salvation. Reading John 8 #297

Bible Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 15:46


How can you know beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are saved by Jesus and destined for Heaven? In John 8, Jesus tells us how we can have real and genuine assurance of salvation. Also, did Jesus really save an adulterous woman from being stoned?

Learning Through Math
Episode 56: Learning About the Equal Sign

Learning Through Math

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 33:44


Math BalanceMath BalanceHomeSolveMe MobilesMath Leadership Programs | CREATING THE NEXT GENERATION OF TEACHER LEADERS IN K-8 MATHEMATICSShake Five and SpillQuack and Count: 9780152047511: Baker, Keith: Bookshttps://marilynburnsmath.com/the-equal-sign-what-it-rally-means/Teaching is Problem SolvingTeaching is Problem SolvingTeaching is Problem SolvingUnderstanding of the equal sign in Grade 2 predicts later algebra skillsPolypad – Virtual Manipulatives – MathigonEqual Shmequal (Charlesbridge Math Adventures): Kroll, Virginia, O'Neill, Philomena: 9781570918926Connecting Arithmetic to Algebra (Professional Book): Strategies for Building Algebraic Thinking in the Elementary GradesCHALLENGE: Explore one of the articles or tools that are in the Show Notes and let us know what you did and how it went.

Quoi de Meuf
#150 - QDM de Poche - L'exposition "Georgia O'Keeffe"

Quoi de Meuf

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 19:42


Trente-cinq ans après sa mort, l'américaine Georgia O'Keeffe renaît à travers l'Exposition de l'Automne, une monographie de ses œuvres présentée par le Centre Pompidou à Paris, jusqu'au 6 décembre. Cette artiste anticonformiste, visionnaire et libre est passée par Chicago et New York avant de trouver son havre de paix au Nouveau-Mexique, dans un ranch. Clémentine Gallot et Kaoutar Harchi ont déambulé à travers ses créations intemporelles et nous en parlent dans cet épisode court de Quoi de Meuf. Les références entendues dans l'épisode : L'exposition de l'automne, la monographie consacrée par le Centre Pompidou à Paris, à la peintre américaine Georgia O'keeffe jusqu'au 6 décembre. Le National Woman's Party (NWP) est un mouvement créé en 1916 aux États-Unis, dérivé du Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage, fondé en 1913 par Alice Paul et Lucy Burns pour soutenir le droit de vote des femmes. Floyd Dell, “Women as World Builders: Studies in Modern Feminism”, BiblioBazaar (2009)Linda Grasso, “Equal under the Sky: Georgia O'Keeffe and Twentieth-Century Feminism”, University of New Mexico Press (2017)Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party (1974–1979)Georgia O'Keeffe de Joan Allen et Jeremy Irons (2009)Georgia O'Keeffe, une artiste au far west de Evelyn Schels (2021)Quoi de Meuf est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes. Rédaction en chef : Clémentine Gallot. Journaliste chroniqueuse : Kaoutar Harchi. Montage et mixage par Laurie Galligani. Prise de son par Adrien Beccaria à l'Arrière Boutique. Générique réalisé par Aurore Meyer Mahieu. Réalisation et coordination : Cassandra de Carvalho et Mathilde JoninSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Saint of the Day
St Abercius, Bishop of Hierapolis, Wonderworker and Equal to the Apostles (167)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 1:57


He was bishop of Hierapolis in Phrygia of Asia Minor, during the reign of Marcus Aurelius, a persecutor of Christians. During a pagan festival, Abercius was instructed by an Angel to throw down the idols of Apollo and other pagan gods. When his work was discovered, the people of the city were outraged; but instead of hiding, the bishop went to the marketplace and openly confessed the Christian faith. The people grew angrier still, but when Abercius healed three possessed men they were amazed and listened to him more closely. He preached the Faith with such power that the entire city and surrounding countryside became Christian.   These miracles reached the ears of the Emperor, whose daughter was suffering from demonic possession. The Emperor summoned Abercius to Rome, where he was enabled to cast out the spirit and perform several other miracles. The Empress offered him a large reward of gold for healing her daughter, but he would not accept it. On his way home, he was instructed in a vision to travel to Syria. He travelled first to Antioch and surrounding cities, then as far as Mesopotamia, proclaiming Christ and teaching the faith everywhere he went. No other bishop of his time travelled so widely in the service of the Gospel; for this reason he is called Equal to the Apostles.   After several years he returned to Phrygia, where he lived the remainder of his life in peace, shepherding his flock.

Screaming in the Cloud
Navigating the Morass of the Internet with Chloe Condon

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 42:32


About ChloeChloe is a Bay Area based Cloud Advocate for Microsoft. Previously, she worked at Sentry.io where she created the award winning Sentry Scouts program (a camp themed meet-up ft. patches, s'mores, giant squirrel costumes, and hot chocolate), and was featured in the Grace Hopper Conference 2018 gallery featuring 15 influential women in STEM by AnitaB.org. Her projects and work with Azure have ranged from fake boyfriend alerts to Mario Kart 'astrology', and have been featured in VICE, The New York Times, as well as SmashMouth's Twitter account. Chloe holds a BA in Drama from San Francisco State University and is a graduate of Hackbright Academy. She prides herself on being a non-traditional background engineer, and is likely one of the only engineers who has played an ogre, crayon, and the back-end of a cow on a professional stage. She hopes to bring more artists into tech, and more engineers into the arts.Links: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChloeCondon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gitforked/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChloeCondonVideos TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Vultr. Spelled V-U-L-T-R because they're all about helping save money, including on things like, you know, vowels. So, what they do is they are a cloud provider that provides surprisingly high performance cloud compute at a price that—while sure they claim its better than AWS pricing—and when they say that they mean it is less money. Sure, I don't dispute that but what I find interesting is that it's predictable. They tell you in advance on a monthly basis what it's going to going to cost. They have a bunch of advanced networking features. They have nineteen global locations and scale things elastically. Not to be confused with openly, because apparently elastic and open can mean the same thing sometimes. They have had over a million users. Deployments take less that sixty seconds across twelve pre-selected operating systems. Or, if you're one of those nutters like me, you can bring your own ISO and install basically any operating system you want. Starting with pricing as low as $2.50 a month for Vultr cloud compute they have plans for developers and businesses of all sizes, except maybe Amazon, who stubbornly insists on having something to scale all on their own. Try Vultr today for free by visiting: vultr.com/screaming, and you'll receive a $100 in credit. Thats v-u-l-t-r.com slash screaming.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by Honeycomb. When production is running slow, it's hard to know where problems originate: is it your application code, users, or the underlying systems? I've got five bucks on DNS, personally. Why scroll through endless dashboards, while dealing with alert floods, going from tool to tool to tool that you employ, guessing at which puzzle pieces matter? Context switching and tool sprawl are slowly killing both your team and your business. You should care more about one of those than the other, which one is up to you. Drop the separate pillars and enter a world of getting one unified understanding of the one thing driving your business: production. With Honeycomb, you guess less and know more. Try it for free at Honeycomb.io/screaminginthecloud. Observability, it's more than just hipster monitoring.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. Somehow in the years this show has been running, I've only had Chloe Condon on once. In that time, she's over for dinner at my house way more frequently than that, but somehow the stars never align to get us together in front of microphones and have a conversation. First, welcome back to the show, Chloe. You're a senior cloud advocate at Microsoft on the Next Generation Experiences Team. It is great to have you here.Chloe: I'm back, baby. I'm so excited. This is one of my favorite shows to listen to, and it feels great to be a repeat guest, a friend of the pod. [laugh].Corey: Oh, yes indeed. So, something-something cloud, something-something Microsoft, something-something Azure, I don't particularly care, in light of what it is you have going on that you have just clued me in on, and we're going to talk about that to start. You're launching something new called Master Creep Theatre and I have a whole bunch of questions. First and foremost, is it theater or theatre? How is that spelled? Which—the E and the R, what direction does that go in?Chloe: Ohh, I feel like it's going to be the R-E because that makes it very fancy and almost British, you know?Corey: Oh, yes. And the Harlequin mask direction it goes in, that entire aesthetic, I love it. Please tell me what it is. I want to know the story of how it came to be, the sheer joy I get from playing games with language alone guarantee I'm going to listen to whatever this is, but please tell me more.Chloe: Oh, my goodness. Okay, so this is one of those creative projects that's been on my back burner forever where I'm like, someday when I have time, I'm going to put all my time [laugh] and energy into this. So, this originally stemmed from—if you don't follow me on Twitter, oftentimes when I'm not tweeting about '90s nostalgia, or Clippy puns, or Microsoft silly throwback things to Windows 95, I get a lot of weird DMs. On every app, not just Twitter. On Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, oh my gosh, what else is there?Corey: And I don't want to be clear here just to make this absolutely crystal clear, “Hey, Chloe, do you want to come back on Screaming in the Cloud again?” Is not one of those weird DMs to which you're referring?Chloe: No, that is a good DM. So, people always ask me, “Why don't you just close your DMs?” Because a lot of high profile people on the internet just won't even have their DMs open.Corey: Oh, I understand that, but I'm the same boat. I would have a lot less nonsense, but at the same time, I want—at least in my case—I want people to be able to reach out to me because the only reason I am what I am is that a bunch of people who had no reason to do it did favors for me—Chloe: Yes.Corey: —and I can't ever repay it, I can only ever pay it forward and that is the cost of doing favors. If I can help someone, I will, and that's hard to do with, “My DMs are closed so hunt down my email address and send me an email,” and I'm bad at email.Chloe: Right. I'm terrible at email as well, and I'm also terrible at DMs [laugh]. So, I think a lot of folks don't understand the volume at which I get messages, which if you're a good friend of mine, if you're someone like Corey or a dear friend like Emily, I will tell you, “Hey, if you actually need to get ahold of me, text me.” And text me a couple times because I probably see it and then I have ADHD, so I won't immediately respond. I think I respond in my head but I don't.But I get anywhere from, I would say, ohh, like, 30 on a low day to 100 on a day where I have a viral tweet about getting into tech with a non-traditional background or something like that. And these DMs that I get are really lovely messages like, “Thank you for the work you do,” or, “I decided to do a cute manicure because the [laugh] manicure you posted,” too, “How do I get into tech? How do I get a job at Microsoft?” All kinds of things. It runs the gamut between, “Where's your shirt from?” Where—[laugh]—“What's your mother's maiden name?”But a lot of the messages that I get—and if you're a woman on the internet with any sort of presence, you know how there's that, like—what's it called in Twitter—the Other Messages feature that's like, “Here's the people you know. Here's the people”—the message requests. For the longest time were just, “Hey,” “Hi,” “Hey dear,” “Hi pretty,” “Hi ma'am,” “Hello,” “Love you,” just really weird stuff. And of course, everyone gets these; these are bots or scammers or whatever they may be—or just creeps, like weird—and always the bio—not always but I [laugh] would say, like, these accounts range from either obviously a bot where it's a million different numbers, an account that says, “Father, husband, lover of Jesus Christ and God.” Which is so [laugh] ironic… I'm like, “Why are you in my DMs?”Corey: A man of God, which is why I'm in your DMs being creepy.Chloe: Exactly. Or—Corey: Just like Christ might have.Chloe: And you would be shocked, Corey, at how many. The thing that I love to say is Twitter is not a dating site. Neither is LinkedIn. Neither is Instagram. I post about my boyfriend all the time, who you've met, and we adore Ty Smith, but I've never received any unsolicited images, knock on wood, but I'm always getting these very bait-y messages like, “Hey, beautiful. I want to take you out.” And you would be shocked at how many of these people are doing it from their professional business account. [laugh]. Like, works at AWS, works at Google; it's like, oh my God. [laugh].Corey: You get this under your name, right? It ties back to it. Meanwhile—again, this is one of those invisible areas of privilege that folks who look like me don't have to deal with. My DM graveyard is usually things like random bot accounts, always starting with, “Hi,” or, “Hey.” If you want to guarantee I never respond to you, that is what you say. I just delete those out of hand because I don't notice or care. It is either a bot, or a scam, or someone who can't articulate what they're actually trying to get from me—Chloe: Exactly.Corey: —and I don't have the time for it. Make your request upfront. Don't ask to ask; just ask.Chloe: I think it's important to note, also, that I get a lot of… different kinds of these messages and they try to respond to everyone. I cannot. If I responded to everybody's messages that I got, I just wouldn't have any time to do my job. But the thing that I always say to people—you know, and managers have told me in the past, my boyfriend has encouraged me to do this, is when people say things like, “Close your DMs,” or, “Just ignore them,” I want to have the same experience that everybody else has on the internet. Now, it's going to be a little different, of course, because I look and act and sound like I do, and of course, podcasts are historically a visual medium, so I'm a five-foot-two, white, bright orange-haired girl; I'm a very quirky individual.Corey: Yes, if you look up ‘quirky,' you're right there under the dictionary definition. And every time—like, when we were first hanging out and you mentioned, “Oh yeah, I used to be in theater.” And it's like, “You know, you didn't even have to tell me that, on some level.” Which is not intended to be an insult. It's just theater folks are a bit of a type, and you are more or less the archetype of what a theatre person is, at least to my frame of reference.Chloe: And not only that, but I did musicals, so you can't see the jazz hands now, but–yeah, my degree is in drama. I come from that space and I just, you know, whenever people say, “Just ignore it,” or, “Close your DMs,” I'm like, I want people to be able to reach out to me; I want to be able to message one-on-one with Corey and whoever, when—as needed, and—Corey: Why should I close my DMs?Chloe: Yeah.Corey: They're the ones who suck. Yeah.Chloe: [laugh]. But over the years, to give people a little bit of context, I've been working in tech a long time—I've been working professionally in the DevRel space for about five or six years now—but I've worked in tech a long time, I worked as a recruiter, an office admin, executive assistant, like, I did all of the other areas of tech, but it wasn't until I got a presence on Twitter—which I've only been on Twitter for I think five years; I haven't been on there that long, actively. And to give some context on that, Twitter is not a social media platform used in the theater space. We just use Instagram and Facebook, really, back in the day, I'm not on Facebook at all these days. So, when I discovered Twitter was cool—and I should also mention my boyfriend, Ty, was working at Twitter at the time and I was like, “Twitter's stupid. Who would go on this—[laugh] who uses this app?”Fast-forward to now, I'm like—Ty's like, “Can you please get off Twitter?” But yeah, I think I've just been saving these screenshots over the last five or so years from everything from my LinkedIn, from all the crazy stuff that I dealt with when people thought I was a Bitcoin influencer to people being creepy. One of the highlights that I recently found when I was going back and trying to find these for this series that I'm doing is there was a guy from Australia, DMed me something like, “Hey, beautiful,” or, “Hey, sexy,” something like that. And I called him out. And I started doing this thing where I would post it on Twitter.I would usually hide their image with a clown emoji or something to make it anonymous, or not to call them out, but in this one I didn't, and this guy was defending himself in the comments, and to me in my DM's saying, “Oh, actually, this was a social experiment and I have all the screenshots of this,” right? So, imagine if you will—so I have conversations ranging from things like that where it's like, “Actually I messaged a bunch of people about that because I'm doing a social experiment on how people respond to, ‘Hey beautiful. I'd love to take you out some time in Silicon Valley.'” just the weirdest stuff right? So, me being the professional performer that I am, was like, these are hilarious.And I kept thinking to myself, anytime I would get these messages, I was like, “Does this work?” If you just go up to someone and say, “Hey”—do people meet this way? And of course, you get people on Twitter who when you tweet something like that, they're like, “Actually, I met my boyfriend in Twitter DMs,” or like, “I met my boyfriend because he slid into my DMs on Instagram,” or whatever. But that's not me. I have a boyfriend. I'm not interested. This is not the time or the place.So, it's been one of those things on the back burner for three or four years that I've just always been saving these images to a folder, thinking, “Okay, when I have the time when I have the space, the creative energy and the bandwidth to do this,” and thankfully for everyone I do now, I'm going to do dramatic readings of these DMs with other people in tech, and show—not even just to make fun of these people, but just to show, like, how would this work? What do you expect the [laugh] outcome to be? So Corey, for example, if you were to come on, like, here's a great example. A year ago—this is 2018; we're in 2021 right now—this guy messaged me in December of 2018, and was like, “Hey,” and then was like, “I would love to be your friend.” And I was like, “Nope,” and I responded, “Nope, nope, nope, nope.” There's a thread of this on Twitter. And then randomly, three weeks ago, just sent me this video to the tune of Enrique Iglesias' “Rhythm Divine” of just images of himself. [laugh]. So like, this comedy [crosstalk 00:10:45]—Corey: Was at least wearing pants?Chloe: He is wearing pants. It's very confusing. It's a picture—a lot of group photos, so I didn't know who he was. But in my mind because, you know, I'm an engineer, I'm trying to think through the end-user experience. I'm like, “What was your plan here?”With all these people I'm like, “So, your plan is just to slide into my DMs and woo me with ‘Hey'?” [laugh]. So, I think it'll be really fun to not only just show and call out this behavior but also take submissions from other people in the industry, even beyond tech, really, because I know anytime I tweet an example of this, I get 20 different women going, “Oh, my gosh, you get these weird messages, too?” And I really want to show, like, A, to men how often this happens because like you said, I think a lot of men say, “Just ignore it.” Or, “I don't get anything like that. You must be asking for it.”And I'm like, “No. This comes to me. These people find us and me and whoever else out there gets these messages,” and I'm just really ready to have a laugh at their expense because I've been laughing for years. [laugh].Corey: Back when I was a teenager, I was working in some fast food style job, and one of my co-workers saw customer, walked over to her, and said, “You're beautiful.” And she smiled and blushed. He leaned in and kissed her.Chloe: Ugh.Corey: And I'm sitting there going what on earth? And my other co-worker leaned over and is like, “You do know that's his girlfriend, right?” And I have to feel like, on some level, that is what happened to an awful lot of these broken men out on the internet, only they didn't have a co-worker to lean over and say, “Yeah, they actually know each other.” Which is why we see all this [unintelligible 00:12:16] behavior of yelling at people on the street as they walk past, or from a passing car. Because they saw someone do a stunt like that once and thought, “If it worked for them, it could work for me. It only has to work once.”And they're trying to turn this into a one day telling the grandkids how they met their grandmother. And, “Yeah, I yelled at her from a construction site, and it was love at first ‘Hey, baby.'” That is what I feel is what's going on. I have never understood it. I look back at my dating history in my early 20s, I look back now I'm like, “Ohh, I was not a great person,” but compared to these stories, I was a goddamn prince.Chloe: Yeah.Corey: It's awful.Chloe: It's really wild. And actually, I have a very vivid memory, this was right bef—uh, not right before the pandemic, but probably in 2019. I was speaking on a lot of conferences and events, and I was at this event in San Jose, and there were not a lot of women there. And somehow this other lovely woman—I can't remember her name right now—found me afterwards, and we were talking and she said, “Oh, my God. I had—this is such a weird event, right?”And I was like, “Yeah, it is kind of a weird vibe here.” And she said, “Ugh, so the weirdest thing happened to me. This guy”—it was her first tech conference ever, first of all, so you know—or I think it was her first tech conference in the Bay Area—and she was like, “Yeah, this guy came to my booth. I've been working this booth over here for this startup that I work at, and he told me he wanted to talk business. And then I ended up meeting him, stupidly, in my hotel lobby bar, and it's a date. Like, this guy is taking me out on a date all of a sudden,” and she was like, “And it took me about two minutes to just to be like, you know what? This is inappropriate. I thought this is going to be a business meeting. I want to go.”And then she shows me her hands, Corey, and she has a wedding ring. And she goes, “I'm not married. I have bought five or six different types of rings on Wish App”—or wish.com, which if you've never purchased from Wish before, it's very, kind of, low priced jewelry and toys and stuff of that nature. And she said, “I have a different wedding ring for every occasion. I've got my beach fake wedding ring. I've got my, we-got-married-with-a-bunch-of-mason-jars-in-the-woods fake wedding ring.”And she said she started wearing these because when she did, she got less creepy guys coming up to her at these events. And I think it's important to note, also, I'm not putting it out there at all that I'm interested in men. If anything, you know, I've been [laugh] with my boyfriend for six years never putting out these signals, and time and time again, when I would travel, I was very, very careful about sharing my location because oftentimes I would be on stage giving a keynote and getting messages while I delivered a technical keynote saying, “I'd love to take you out to dinner later. How long are you in town?” Just really weird, yucky, nasty stuff that—you know, and everyone's like, “You should be flattered.”And I'm like, “No. You don't have to deal with this. It's not like a bunch of women are wolf-whistling you during your keynote and asking what your boob size is.” But that's happening to me, and that's an extra layer that a lot of folks in this industry don't talk about but is happening and it adds up. And as my boyfriend loves to remind me, he's like, “I mean, you could stop tweeting at any time,” which I'm not going to do. But the more followers you get, the more inbound you get. So—Corey: Right. And the hell of it is, it's not a great answer because it's closing off paths of opportunity. Twitter has—Chloe: Absolutely.Corey: —introduced me to clients, introduced me to friends, introduced me to certainly an awful lot of podcast guests, and it informs and shapes a lot of the opinions that I hold on these things. And this is an example of what people mean when they talk about privilege. Where, yeah, “Look at Corey”—I've heard someone say once, and, “Nothing was handed to him.” And you're right, to be clear, I did not—like, no one handed me a microphone and said, “We're going to give you a podcast, now.” I had to build this myself.But let's be clear, I had no headwinds of working against me while I did it. There's the, you still have to do things, but you don't have an entire cacophony of shit heels telling you that you're not good enough in a variety of different ways, to subtly reinforcing your only value is the way that you look. There isn't this whole, whenever you get something wrong and it's a, “Oh, well, that's okay. We all get things wrong.” It's not the, “Girls suck at computers,” trope that we see so often.There's a litany of things that are either supportive that work in my favor, or are absent working against me that is privilege that is invisible until you start looking around and seeing it, and then it becomes impossible not to. I know I've talked about this before on the show, but no one listens to everything and I just want to subtly reinforce that if you're one of those folks who will say things like, “Oh, privilege isn't real,” or, “You can have bigotry against white people, too.” I want to be clear, we are not the same. You are not on my side on any of this, and to be very direct, I don't really care what you have to say.Chloe: Yeah. And I mean, this even comes into play in office culture and dynamics as well because I am always the squeaky wheel in the room on these kind of things, but a great example that I'll give is I know several women in this industry who have had issues when they used to travel for conferences of being stalked, people showing up at their hotel rooms, just really inappropriate stuff, and for that reason, a lot of folks—including myself—wouldn't pick the conference event—like, typically they'll be like, “This is the hotel everyone's staying at.” I would very intentionally stay at a different hotel because I didn't want people knowing where I was staying. But I started to notice once a friend of mine, who had an issue with this [unintelligible 00:17:26], I really like to be private about where I'm staying, and sometimes if you're working at a startup or larger company, they'll say, “Hey, everyone put in this Excel spreadsheet or this Google Doc where everyone's staying and how to contact them, and all this stuff.” And I think it's really important to be mindful of these things.I always say to my friends—I'm not going out too much these days because it's a pandemic—and I've done Twitter threads on this before where I never post my location; you will never see me. I got rid of Swarm a couple [laugh] years ago because people started showing up where I was. I posted photos before, you know, “Hey, at the lake right now.” And people have shown up. Dinners, people have recognized me when I've been out.So, I have an espresso machine right over here that my lovely boyfriend got me for my birthday, and someone commented, “Oh, we're just going to act like we don't see someone's reflection in the”—like, people Zoom in on images. I've read stories from cosplayers online who, they look into the reflection of a woman's glasses and can figure out where they are. So, I think there's this whole level. I'm constantly on alert, especially as a woman in tech. And I have friends here in the Bay Area, who have tweeted a photo at a barbecue, and then someone was like, “Hey, I live in the neighborhood, and I recognize the tree.”First of all, don't do that. Don't ever do that. Even if you think you're a nice, unassuming guy or girl or whatever, don't ever [laugh] do that. But I very intentionally—people get really confused, my friends specifically. They're like, “Wait a second, you're in Hawaii right now? I thought you were in Hawaii three weeks ago.” And I'm like, “I was. I don't want anyone even knowing what island or continent I'm on.”And that's something that I think about a lot. When I post photo—I never post any photos from my window. I don't want people knowing what my view is. People have figured out what neighborhood I live in based on, like, “I know where that graffiti is.” I'm very strategic about all this stuff, and I think there's a lot of stuff that I want to share that I don't share because of privacy issues and concerns about my safety. And also want to say and this is in my thread on online safety as well is, don't call out people's locations if you do recognize the image because then you're doxxing them to everyone like, “Oh”—Corey: I've had a few people do that in response to pictures I've posted before on a house, like, “Oh, I can look at this and see this other thing and then intuit where you are.” And first, I don't have that sense of heightened awareness on this because I still have this perception of myself as no one cares enough to bother, and on the other side, by calling that out in public. It's like, you do not present yourself well at all. In fact, you make yourself look an awful lot like the people that we're warned about. And I just don't get that.I have some of these concerns, especially as my audience has grown, and let's be very clear here, I antagonize trillion-dollar companies for a living. So, first if someone's going to have me killed, they can find where I am. That's pretty easy. It turns out that having me whacked is not even a rounding error on most of these companies' budgets, unfortunately. But also I don't have that level of, I guess, deranged superfan. Yet.But it happens in the fullness of time, as people's audiences continue to grow. It just seems an awful lot like it happens at much lower audience scale for folks who don't look like me. I want to be clear, this is not a request for anyone listening to this, to try and become that person for me, you will get hosed, at minimum. And yes, we press charges here.Chloe: AWSfan89, sliding into your DMs right after this. Yeah, it's also just like—I mean, I don't want to necessarily call out what company this was at, but personally, I've been in situations where I've thrown an event, like a meetup, and I'm like, “Hey, everyone. I'm going to be doing ‘Intro to blah, blah, blah' at this time, at this place.” And three or four guys would show up, none of them with computers. It was a freaking workshop on how to do or deploy something, or work with an API.And when I said, “Great, so why'd you guys come to this session today?” And maybe two have iPads, one just has a notepad, they're like, “Oh, I just wanted to meet you from Twitter.” And it's like, okay, that's a little disrespectful to me because I am taking time out to do this workshop on a very technical thing that I thought people were coming here to learn. And this isn't the Q&A. This is not your meet-and-greet opportunity to meet Chloe Condon, and I don't know why you would, like, I put so much of my life online [laugh] anyway.But yeah, it's very unsettling, and it's happened to me enough. Guys have shown up to my events and given me gifts. I mean, I'm always down for a free shirt or something, but it's one of those things that I'm constantly aware of and I hate that I have to be constantly aware of, but at the end of the day, my safety is the number one priority, and I don't want to get murdered. And I've tweeted this out before, our friend Emily, who's similarly a lady on the internet, who works with my boyfriend Ty over at Uber, we have this joke that's not a joke, where we say, “Hey if I'm murdered, this is who it was.” And we'll just send each other screenshots of creepy things that people either tag us in, or give us feedback on, or people asking what size shirt we are. Just, wiki feed stuff, just really some of the yucky of the yuck out there.And I do think that unless you have a partner, or a family member, or someone close enough to you to let you know about these things—because I don't talk about these things a lot other than my close friends, and maybe calling out a weirdo here and there in public, but I don't share the really yucky stuff. I don't share the people who are asking what neighborhood I live in. I'm not sharing the people who are tagging me, like, [unintelligible 00:22:33], really tagging me in some nasty TikToks, along with some other women out there. There are some really bad actors in this community and it is to the point where Emily and I will be like, “Hey, when you inevitably have to solve my murder, here's the [laugh] five prime suspects.” And that sucks. That's [unintelligible 00:22:48] joke; that isn't a joke, right? I suspect I will either die in an elevator accident or one of my stalkers will find me. [laugh].Corey: It's easy for folks to think, oh, well, this is a Chloe problem because she's loud, she's visible, she's quirky, she's different than most folks, and she brings it all on herself, and this is provably not true. Because if you talk to, effectively, any woman in the world in-depth about this, they all have stories that look awfully similar to this. And let me forestall some of the awful responses I know I'm going to get. And, “Well, none of the women I know have had experiences like this,” let me be very clear, they absolutely have, but for one reason or another, they either don't see the need, or don't see the value, or don't feel safe talking to you about it.Chloe: Yeah, absolutely. And I feel a lot of privilege, I'm very lucky that my boyfriend is a staff engineer at Uber, and I have lots of friends in high places at some of these companies like Reddit that work with safety and security and stuff, but oftentimes, a lot of the stories or insights or even just anecdotes that I will give people on their products are invaluable insights to a lot of these security and safety teams. Like, who amongst us, you know, [laugh] has used a feature and been like, “Wait a second. This is really, really bad, and I don't want to tweet about this because I don't want people to know that they can abuse this feature to stalk or harass or whatever that may be,” but I think a lot about the people who don't have the platform that I have because I have 50k-something followers on Twitter, I have a pretty big online following in general, and I have the platform that I do working at Microsoft, and I can tweet and scream and be loud as I can about this. But I think about the folks who don't have my audience, the people who are constantly getting harassed and bombarded, and I get these DMs all the time from women who say, “Thank you so much for doing a thread on this,” or, “Thank you for talking about this,” because people don't believe them.They're just like, “Oh, just ignore it,” or just, “Oh, it's just one weirdo in his basement, like, in his mom's basement.” And I'm like, “Yeah, but imagine that but times 40 in a week, and think about how that would make you rethink your place and your position in tech and even outside of tech.” Let's think of the people who don't know how this technology works. If you're on Instagram at all, you may notice that literally not only every post, but every Instagram story that has the word COVID in it, has the word vaccine, has anything, and they must be using some sort of cognitive scanning type thing or scanning the images themselves because this is a feature that basically says, hey, this post mentioned COVID in some way. I think if you even use the word mask, it alerts this.And while this is a great feature because we all want accurate information coming out about the pandemic, I'm like, “Wait a minute. So, you're telling me this whole time you could have been doing this for all the weird things that I get into my DMs, and people post?” And, like, it just shows you, yes, this is a global pandemic. Yes, this is something that affects everyone. Yes, it's important we get information out about this, but we can be using these features in much [laugh] more impactful ways that protects people's safety, that protects people's ability to feel safe on a platform.And I think the biggest one for me, and I make a lot of bots; I make a lot of Twitter bots and chatbots, and I've done entire series on this about ethical bot creation, but it's so easy—and I know this firsthand—to make a Twitter account. You can have more than one number, you can do with different emails. And with Instagram, they have this really lovely new feature that if you block someone, it instantly says, “You just blocked so and so. Would you like to block any other future accounts they make?” I mean, seems simple enough, right?Like, anything related—maybe they're doing it by email, or phone number, or maybe it's by IP, but like, that's not being done on a lot of these platforms, and it should be. I think someone mentioned in one of my threads on safety recently that Peloton doesn't have a block user feature. [laugh]. They're probably like, “Well, who's going to harass someone on Peloton?” It would happen to me. If I had a Peloton, [laugh] I assure you someone would find a way to harass me on there.So, I always tell people, if you're working at a company and you're not thinking about safety and harassment tools, you probably don't have anybody LGBTQ+ women, non-binary on your team, first of all, and you need to be thinking about these things, and you need to be making them a priority because if users can interact in some way, they will stalk, harass, they will find some way to misuse it. It seems like one of those weird edge cases where it's like, “Oh, we don't need to put a test in for that feature because no one's ever going to submit, like, just 25 emojis.” But it's the same thing with safety. You're like, who would harass someone on an app about bubblegum? One of my followers were. [laugh].Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Oracle HeatWave is a new high-performance accelerator for the Oracle MySQL Database Service. Although I insist on calling it “my squirrel.” While MySQL has long been the worlds most popular open source database, shifting from transacting to analytics required way too much overhead and, ya know, work. With HeatWave you can run your OLTP and OLAP, don't ask me to ever say those acronyms again, workloads directly from your MySQL database and eliminate the time consuming data movement and integration work, while also performing 1100X faster than Amazon Aurora, and 2.5X faster than Amazon Redshift, at a third of the cost. My thanks again to Oracle Cloud for sponsoring this ridiculous nonsense.Corey: The biggest question that doesn't get asked that needs to be in almost every case is, “Okay. We're building a thing, and it's awesome. And I know it's hard to think like this, but pivot around. Theoretically, what could a jerk do with it?”Chloe: Yes.Corey: When you're designing it, it's all right, how do you account for people that are complete jerks?Chloe: Absolutely.Corey: Even the cloud providers, all of them, when the whole Parler thing hit, everyone's like, “Oh, Amazon is censoring people for freedom of speech.” No, they're actually not. What they're doing is enforcing their terms of service, the same terms of service that every provider that is not trash has. It is not a problem that one company decided they didn't want hate speech on their platform. It was all the companies decided that, except for some very fringe elements. And that's the sort of thing you have to figure out is, it's easy in theory to figure out, oh, anything goes; freedom of speech. Great, well, some forms of speech violate federal law.Chloe: Right.Corey: So, what do you do then? Where do you draw the line? And it's always nuanced and it's always tricky, and the worst people are the folks that love to rules-lawyer around these things. It gets worse than that where these are the same people that will then sit there and make bad faith arguments all the time. And lawyers have a saying that hard cases make bad law.When you have these very nuanced thing, and, “Well, we can't just do it off the cuff. We have to build a policy around this.” This is the problem with most corporate policies across the board. It's like, you don't need a policy that says you're not allowed to harass your colleagues with a stick. What you need to do is fire the jackwagon that made you think you might need a policy that said that.But at scale, that becomes a super-hard thing to do when every enforcement action appears to be bespoke. Because there are elements on the gray areas and the margins where reasonable people can disagree. And that is what sets the policy and that's where the precedent hits, and then you have these giant loopholes where people can basically be given free rein to be the worst humanity has to offer to some of the most vulnerable members of our society.Chloe: And I used to give this talk, I gave it at DockerCon one year and I gave it a couple other places, that was literally called “Diversity is not Equal to Stock Images of Hands.” And the reason I say this is if you Google image search ‘diversity' it's like all of those clip arts of, like, Rainbow hands, things that you would see at Kaiser Permanente where it's like, “We're all in this together,” like, the pandemic, it's all just hands on hands, hands as a Earth, hands as trees, hands as different colors. And people get really annoyed with people like me who are like, “Let's shut up about diversity. Let's just hire who's best for the role.” Here's the thing.My favorite example of this—RIP—is Fleets—remember Fleets? [laugh]—on Twitter, so if they had one gay man in the room for that marketing, engineering—anything—decision, one of them I know would have piped up and said, “Hey, did you know ‘fleets' is a commonly used term for douching enima in the gay community?” Now, I know that because I watch a lot of Ru Paul's Drag Race, and I have worked with the gay community quite a bit in my time in theater. But this is what I mean about making sure. My friend Becca who works in security at safety and things, as well as Andy Tuba over at Reddit, I have a lot of conversations with my friend Becca Rosenthal about this, and that, not to quote Hamilton, but if I must, “We need people in the room where it happens.”So, if you don't have these people in the room if you're a white man being like, “How will our products be abused?” Your guesses may be a little bit accurate but it was probably best to, at minimum, get some test case people in there from different genders, races, backgrounds, like, oh my goodness, get people in that room because what I tend to see is building safety tools, building even product features, or naming things, or designing things that could either be offensive, misused, whatever. So, when people have these arguments about like, “Diversity doesn't matter. We're hiring the best people.” I'm like, “Yeah, but your product's going to be better, and more inclusive, and represent the people who use it at the end of the day because not everybody is you.”And great examples of this include so many apps out there that exists that have one work location, one home location. How many people in the world have more than one job? That's such a privileged view for us, as people in tech, that we can afford to just have one job. Or divorced parents or whatever that may be, for home location, and thinking through these edge cases and thinking through ways that your product can support everyone, if anything, by making your staff or the people that you work with more diverse, you're going to be opening up your product to a much bigger marketable audience. So, I think people will look at me and be like, “Oh, Chloe's a social justice warrior, she's this feminist whatever,” but truly, I'm here saying, “You're missing out on money, dude.” It would behoove you to do this at the end of the day because your users aren't just a copy-paste of some dude in a Patagonia jacket with big headphones on. [laugh]. There are people beyond one demographic using your products and applications.Corey: A consistent drag against Clubhouse since its inception was that it's not an accessible app for a variety of reasons that were—Chloe: It's not an Android. [laugh].Corey: Well, even ignoring the platform stuff, which I get—technical reasons, et cetera, yadda, yadda, great—there is no captioning option. And a lot of their abuse stuff in the early days was horrific, where you would get notifications that a lot of people had this person blocked, but… that's not a helpful dynamic. “Did you talk to anyone? No, of course not. You Hacker News'ed it from first principles and thought this might be a good direction to go in.” This stuff is hard.People specialize in this stuff, and I've always been an advocate of when you're not sure what to do in an area, pay an expert for advice. All these stories about how people reach out to, “Their black friend”—and yes, it's a singular person in many cases—and their black friend gets very tired of doing all the unpaid emotional labor of all of this stuff. Suddenly, it's not that at all if you reach out to someone who is an expert in this and pay them for their expertise. I don't sit here complaining that my clients pay me to solve AWS billing problems. In fact, I actively encourage that behavior. Same model.There are businesses that specialize in this, they know the area, they know the risks, they know the ins and outs of this, and consults with these folks are not break the bank expensive compared to building the damn thing in the first place.Chloe: And here's a great example that literally drove me bananas a couple weeks ago. So, I don't know if you've participated in Twitter Spaces before, but I've done a couple of my first ones recently. Have you done one yet—Corey: Oh yes—Chloe: —Corey?Corey: —extensively. I love that. And again, that's a better answer for me than Clubhouse because I already have the Twitter audience. I don't have to build one from scratch on another platform.Chloe: So, I learned something really fascinating through my boyfriend. And remember, I mentioned earlier, my boyfriend is a staff engineer at Uber. He's been coding since he's been out of the womb, much more experienced than me. And I like to think a lot about, this is accessible to me but how is this accessible to a non-technical person? So, Ty finished up the Twitter Space that he did and he wanted to export the file.Now currently, as the time of this podcast is being recorded, the process to export a Twitter Spaces audio file is a nightmare. And remember, staff engineer at Uber. He had to export his entire Twitter profile, navigate through a file structure that wasn't clearly marked, find the recording out of the multiple Spaces that he had hosted—and I don't think you get these for ones that you've participated in, only ones that you've hosted—download the file, but the file was not a normal WAV file or anything; he had to download an open-source converter to play the file. And in total, it took him about an hour to just get that file for the purposes of having that recording. Now, where my mind goes to is what about some woman who runs a nonprofit in the middle of, you know, Sacramento, and she does a community Twitter Spaces about her flower shop and she wants a recording of that.What's she going to do, hire some third-party? And she wouldn't even know where to go; before I was in tech, I certainly would have just given up and been like, “Well, this is a nightmare. What do I do with this GitHub repo of information?” But these are the kinds of problems that you need to think about. And I think a lot of us and folks who listen to this show probably build APIs or developer tools, but a lot of us do work on products that muggles, non-technical people, work on.And I see these issues happen constantly. I come from this space of being an admin, being someone who wasn't quote-unquote, “A techie,” and a lot of products are just not being thought through from the perspective—like, there would be so much value gained if just one person came in and tested your product who wasn't you. So yeah, there's all of these things that I think we have a very privileged view of, as technical folks, that we don't realize are huge. Not even just barrier to entry; you should just be able to download—and maybe this is a feature that's coming down the pipeline soon, who knows, but the fact that in order for someone to get a recording of their Twitter Spaces is like a multi-hour process for a very, very senior engineer, that's the problem. I'm not really sure how we solve this.I think we just call it out when we see it and try to help different companies make change, which of course, myself and my boyfriend did. We reached out to people at Twitter, and we're like, “This is really difficult and it shouldn't be.” But I have that privilege. I know people at these companies; most people do not.Corey: And in some cases, even when you do, it doesn't move the needle as much as you might wish that it would.Chloe: If it did, I wouldn't be getting DMs anymore from creeps right? [laugh].Corey: Right. Chloe, thank you so much for coming back and talk to me about your latest project. If people want to pay attention to it and see what you're up to. Where can they go? Where can they find you? Where can they learn more? And where can they pointedly not audition to be featured on one of the episodes of Master Creep Theatre?Chloe: [laugh]. So, that's the one caveat, right? I have to kind of close submissions of my own DMs now because now people are just going to be trolling me and sending me weird stuff. You can find me on Twitter—my name—at @chloecondon, C-H-L-O-E-C-O-N-D-O-N. I am on Instagram as @getforked, G-I-T-F-O-R-K-E-D. That's a Good Placepun if you're non-technical; it is an engineering pun if you are. And yeah, I've been doing a lot of fun series with Microsoft Reactor, lots of how to get a career in tech stuff for students, building a lot of really fun AI/ML stuff on there. So, come say hi on one of my many platforms. YouTube, too. That's probably where—Master Creep Theatre is going to be, on YouTube, so definitely follow me on YouTube. And yeah.Corey: And we will, of course, put links to that in the [show notes 00:37:57]. Chloe, thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me. I really appreciate it, as always.Chloe: Thank you. I'll be back for episode three soon, I'm sure. [laugh].Corey: Let's not make it another couple of years until then. Chloe Condon, senior cloud advocate at Microsoft on the Next Generation Experiences Team, also chlo-host of the Master Creep Theatre podcast. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with a comment saying simply, “Hey.”Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Planet Normal
He was everyone's equal

Planet Normal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 59:52


Mark Francois and Andrew Rosindell pay tribute to their fellow Conservative MP and much-loved friend, Sir David Amess, following his tragic death. But should MPs' security be ramped up? Mr Francois tells our podcast co-hosts, Allison Pearson and Liam Halligan why overly zealous measures risk "letting the bad guys win", while Mr Rosindell asks why his friend never held ministerial office.Also on the podcast: with COP26 on the horizon, cold showers are in and they get an even colder response from Ms Pearson. The irony of holding a climate change summit held amid a global energy crisis isn't lost on our co-pilot as Allison declares the Prime Minister's latest energy plans an act of virtue signalling, while Liam encourages a smarter approach to renewable energy.And there's a revelatory update from our NHS insider, George in the light of the recent spike in Covid infections.Allison will be replying to comments beneath this article on Thursday 21st of October 11am-12pm: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/10/20/best-us-paying-tribute-sir-david-amess/ |Read more from Allison: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/authors/allison-pearson/ |Read more from Liam: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/authors/liam-halligan/ |Listen to Bed of Lies: www.playpodca.st/bedoflies |Need help subscribing or reviewing? Read more about podcasts here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/radio/podcasts/podcast-can-find-best-ones-listen/ |Email: planetnormal@telegraph.co.uk |For 30 days' free access to The Telegraph: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/normal |See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Windowsill Chats
Can a hobby equal creative success? (YES.) On stretching your courage and confidence muscles, finding joy, and making your niche matter. All while skiing, or drawing! with Kimberley Kay

Windowsill Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 64:23


This week Margo is chatting about finding joy, spreading joy, and ways in which we can seek more joy with author and illustrator, Kimberley Kay. After a busy career in the travel industry running press offices for big travel companies she decided to pursue art and illustration, partly prompted by a serious knee injury which was the catalyst for a new perspective. Her bright, colorful illustrations illustrate positive emotions and happy times. She loves working with vibrant watercolor paints, free motion embroidery and intricate paper cutting techniques. Through her work under the brand of Inspire by Kim she encourages people to find joy.   Margo and Kim discuss: Life before illustration and why skiing is the main theme across all of her work Trusting in your own path and finding joy along the way The best lessons she's had from working with a coach Flexing her courage muscle and putting in the work The important role accountability and community have played in her success Immersing into courses and opportunities to release blocks and learn new techniques How and why she distracts her conscious mind while she works Using LinkedIn as it pertains to her career as an artist And more!   Kim's Ski A to Z work is part of a wider intention to encourage people to seek joy, to endeavour to find their joy and to go deep into what and where joy is for them. Joy and smiling makes the body release endorphins which are happy chemicals and natural pain killers. Her goal is to make the joy of skiing and being in the mountains more accessible by providing information and advice.   Connect with Kim: Order Ski A to Z http://inspirebykim.com/ https://www.instagram.com/inspirebykim/ https://www.facebook.com/inspirebykim

Cafe con Pam Podcast
228 - Latina Equal Payday

Cafe con Pam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 4:58


October 21, 2021 is the day a Latina would make $1 compared to an average non-Hispanic white man who'd make $1 on January 1. Latinas are still the most underpaid demographic in the United States. Jessica from The Wine and Chisme Podcast and I joined forces to create an experience in San Diego on October 22, and you are invited.Learn how we decided to make this event happen and why it is important for us to start spending our dollars on us. Register to Latina Equal Payday Experience Here Follow Cafe con Pam on all things socialInstagramFacebookhttp://cafeconpam.com/Join the FREE Cafe con Pam Challenge If you are a business owner, join us for Aligned MastermindJoin PowerSisters!  PowerSisters.ClubSubscribe, rate, review, and share this episode with someone you love!And don't ever forget to Stay Shining!

HBO's Succession Podcast
Rich Doesn't Equal Smart (with Jennifer Palmieri)

HBO's Succession Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 32:34


In the first episode of the Succession podcast, host Kara Swisher unpacks the season three premiere episode, “Secession,” which features a deliciously awkward phone call between Gerri and the president's press secretary. Kara is joined by former White House Communications Director,  Jennifer Palmieri to talk about real life media conglomerates lobbying the White House, and whether Waystar's move was savvy, or just a complete disaster. Kara also ranks which character is up in this week's episode, who's down, and who made the most surprising power move. The official Succession podcast is produced by HBO in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

50% Facts
Does giving up “self love” equal “self improvement?” | The “no fap” trend | Topic Thunder (Mini-episode)

50% Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 12:03


Welcome to another short Friday episode of the panel discussion segment we're now calling “Topic Thunder with the Gossip Boyz” (subject to change). In this episode, we take on the “No Fap” trend which has guys (and maybe girls?) give up masturbation in order to gain more focus, get stronger, etc. We're joined on the panel by Dean Saddoris of Caffeine and Kilos, and our gym manager, Kyle Castro. You can find Dean on Instagram @deansaddoris.ck, and at caffeineandkilos.com. Kyle's at @kyle.castroo. You can check out the video version of this episode on Mike's channel here: https://youtu.be/NUp_FhMxI3c Check out our gym (Third Street Barbell) at ThirdStreetBarbell.com and subscribe for updates about our apparel line at 3sb.co! Local memberships and international fresh fits! Get early access to our NEXT DROP! Hosted by Mike Farr (@silentmikke) and Jim McDonald (@thejimmcd). Produced by Jim McDonald Production assistance by Sam McDonald.