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She’s a New Yawker
Summer 2022 Recap Featuring, Yours Truly

She’s a New Yawker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 24:46


On this week's solo episode we finally sit down and give a brief recap of our summers before the fall in NYC fully commences. We talk about our peaks/pits, craziest nights out, and summer highlights. Our Five F's this week are a collection of Fashion, Fitness/Wellness, Fads, Fun, and Food submitted by listeners. We conclude the episode with a game of "this or that" summer edition. Please don't forget to share, rate, and subscribe to the podcast and stay tuned for exciting announcements at the end of the episode!

The Up-Beet Dietitians
71. Beachbody: An Empire that Exploits the Latest Fads and Trends

The Up-Beet Dietitians

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 68:01


In this episode of The Up-Beet Dietitians podcast, Emily and Hannah discuss the infamous, Beachbody and Shakeology programs. The girls dive into what Beachbody is and how it's stuck around for so long. They also break down their most popular programs including Shakeology, Beachbody On Demand, Portion Fix, 2B Mindset, Beachbody Ultimate Reset, 3 Day Refresh, 4 Week Gut Protocol, and Beachbody Performance. Be sure to tune in to learn more about the different programs and if they're for you if you're trying to incorporate an anti-diet lifestyle! This podcast is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you have questions or concerns about any areas of your health, please seek advice from a medical professional. What's So Bad About Dieting w/ Kayla Bechman episode: https://www.theupbeetdietitians.com/episodes/whats-so-bad-about-dieting-with-kayla-bechman?rq=kayla RD vs. Nutritionist episode: https://www.theupbeetdietitians.com/episodes/episode-02-dietitian-vs-nutritionist-how-to-become-an-rd-and-scope-of-practice?rq=dietitian%20vs. Red Flags of Diets episode: https://www.theupbeetdietitians.com/episodes/22-red-flags-of-a-diet?rq=red%20flag Detox Diet episode: https://www.theupbeetdietitians.com/episodes/no-you-dont-need-to-do-a-detox-diet?rq=detox The Up-Beet Dietitians Website: https://www.theupbeetdietitians.com/ Join Our Course: https://www.theupbeetdietitians.com/course Emily Website: https://www.emknutrition.net/ Hannah Website: https://www.healthwithhannaht.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-up-beet-dietitians/support

Get Uncomfortable
072: Ditch the Fads, Gadgets, and Trends & PUT THE WORK IN

Get Uncomfortable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 9:12


What's up my Get Uncomfortable compadre!If you haven't yet, head to the review section of this podcast and leave us a rating & review if you find value in the show OR share the show with someone you know would enjoy and find value in it.A quick kick in the ass to end the week. Stop worrying about what everyone else is doing or what the newest supplement is and DO THE WORK. Show up everyday and do what you need to do to move the needle.Until next time, go get uncomfortable.Connect with us by shooting us an email at info@enlightenedathlete.comCheck out our Enlightened Athlete websiteFind us on Instagram

The Modern Mommy Doc Podcast
Parenting Your Kids Based On Who They Are And Not By Fads

The Modern Mommy Doc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 49:13


Dr. Whitney chats with Alexandra Scherzer, parenting guide and Co-Founder of Wise Parenting, about how parents can raise their kids from a different perspective. They discuss new-parent overwhelm as well as what it looks like to parent based on who your child is and what your parenting abilities are. Learn more about this episode HERE: modernmommydoc.com/podcast Join us in the Modern Mamas Club and get Dr. Whitney's content at your fingertips: www.modernmamasclub.com This week's episode is brought to you by Tushbaby Being on-the-go with your little one has never looked so cool or been so comfortable. Tushbaby is a unique, strapless baby carrier to help carry kids comfortably and stash your things conveniently, while also saving your back and saving you loads of time. Modern mamas need modern, stylish accessories and Tushbaby has got your back (literally)! So head on over to tushbaby.com and use the code: MOMDOC to get 15% off of your carrier. Click here to get yours: www.tushbaby.com Connect with Alexandra: IG: @wiseparentingtoday Clubhouse: @alexcherzer www.thewiseparentingacademy.com www.linkedin.com/company/wise-parenting

Xtemporaneous
Episode 102: GenX Fads: Seamonkeys, Friendship Pins, and Simon at Studio 54

Xtemporaneous

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 52:32


Sources: “Fashion Plates from TOMY (1978).” 2018. Toy Tales. February 5, 2018. https://toytales.ca/fashion-plates-from-tomy-1978/. “15 Delightfully Odd Historical Fads.” 2013. Mental Floss. November 15, 2013. https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/53667/15-delightfully-odd-historical-fads. “Friendship Pins in the 1980s.” 2007. Like Totally 80s. November 5, 2007. http://www.liketotally80s.com/2007/11/friendship-pins/. “Simon (Game).” 2020. Wikipedia. July 25, 2020. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_(game). “In the 80s - Clothes of the Eighties, Barrettes with Ribbons.” n.d. Www.inthe80s.com. Accessed August 21, 2022. http://www.inthe80s.com/clothes/cathygardenourcom0.shtml. “Jelly Shoes | 80s Jelly Shoes.” 2015. March 12, 2015. https://www.80sfashion.org/jelly-shoes/. “Mood Rings | Encyclopedia.com.” n.d. Www.encyclopedia.com. https://www.encyclopedia.com/fashion/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/mood-rings. “Swatch.” 2022. Wikipedia. August 11, 2022. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swatch#:~:text=The%20Swatch%20product%20line%20was. says, Tiffany. 2021. “Swatch: The Colorful Watch Craze of the 1980s & 1990s - Click Americana.” Clickamericana.com. May 20, 2021. https://clickamericana.com/topics/beauty-fashion/the-new-swatch-the-new-wave-of-watches-1980s. Wikipedia Contributors. 2019. “Pet Rock.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. November 13, 2019. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pet_Rock. “The Shocking True Tale of the Mad Genius Who Invented Sea-Monkeys.” n.d. The Awl. Accessed August 21, 2022. https://www.theawl.com/2011/06/the-shocking-true-tale-of-the-mad-genius-who-invented-sea-monkeys/. Akolaa, Andrews, Adugudaa, John Kosiba, and Paul. n.d. “The Emergence of Opportunistic Products amidst a Global Pandemic.” Accessed August 25, 2022. https://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/223230/3/OPPORTUNISTIC%20PRODUCTS.pdf. History Scope. 2020. “Tulipmania: When a Single Tulip Could Buy You a House.” YouTube Video. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=db0nG-fCMGY. “The Medieval Black Market for Christian Relics.” n.d. Www.youtube.com. Accessed August 25, 2022. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_UHGAHiLa4. “The Curious Case of Real Life Ornamental Garden Hermits.” n.d. Www.youtube.com. Accessed August 25, 2022. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33epEi7-QbA. Meier, Allison. 2014. “Before the Garden Gnome, the Ornamental Hermit: A Real Person Paid to Dress like a Druid.” Atlas Obscura. Atlas Obscura. March 18, 2014. https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/the-history-of-hermits-in-gardens. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marc-snediker/support

Head-to-Heal
32 | Drawbacks & Barriers of Fat loss with Brandon Moase

Head-to-Heal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 52:17


Welcome to another episode of the Head - To - Heal Podcast! On this episode we talk about the drawbacks and barriers to long term weight loss with Brandon, and let me tell you, It changed everything I know about weight loss! About Brandon: With a background in psychology, certified immune centric health coach, and over 5 years of health coaching experience, I am here to shift the current narrative of what is really true about the body. Breaking down on how it all works within the body mechanistically, we can finally put an end to FADs and diet extremes as we come back into the wisdom of the body and out of the thinking brain. Our method is not only to eat for your microbes, but to explore the depths of the psyche through the psychedelic journey as we unlock a deeper part of ourselves to find where our physiology meets our psychology. Growing up with every gut issue known to exist, I can now truly speak with confidence on how we can finally put an end to IBS, Candida, SIBO, Colitis and even reverse food sensitivities like dairy and gluten intolerance. Join us in shifting the paradigm and conquering our inner world as that is the true meaning of success. LINKS: HMOs (Human Milk Oligosaccharides) Super Red Polyphenol Powder Apple Peel Powder OR Apple Skins *all found at Layer Origin Book a free discovery call with Brandon @thenutritionalparadigm

Air Hug Community
107 Don't be Fooled: Fads verses Facts

Air Hug Community

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 14:25


When it comes to exercises that help us to improve, it can be very hard to differentiate between attention-grabbing fads and useful moves. Social media makes it even worse because on social media what we often see are sensational exercises. Yet they are not necessarily helpful. As we get into midlife we have to be even more careful so that we don't get injured. This discussion today is all about differentiating between useless fads and actual useful exercises so that we can reap the full benefits. Because nobody has time to waste. Follow me on Instagram for actual exercises that help midlife women to reach their goals.   contact judy@judyarazoza.comjudyarazoza.com Remember to check back on Tuesdays for new episodes. 

Bill Handel on Demand
BHS - 9A - 'Cool Space News' with Rod Pyle and Falling for Fitness Fads

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 31:08


"This Week in Space" Host Rod Pyle joins Bill for a fresh edition of 'Cool Space News', as the two discuss NASA's Artemis I mission that was supposed to launch today but was scrubbed and rescheduled due to some issues. Americans keep moving to where the water isn't. And why do we keep falling for fitness fads?

New Tricks for Old Dogs
No. 89: "Lions and Tigers and Bears... Not!"

New Tricks for Old Dogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 25:02


The Old Dogs reminisce about the good old three-ring circus. We bring you another Ads and Fads. We  celebrate a postal worker, on the job since 1952. We invite you retire to your very own Scottish island. We familiarize you with familiar scenes from the movies. And we wonder about a modern circus that has no lions, tigers or bears... oh, my! The Old Dogs Conversation is with Allen Roth, a Hollywood audio engineer for over four decades who hosted some of the funniest and most famous actors we've ever known. 

Movement Logic: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held
Episode 12: Movement Fads and Myths: Interview with Jules Mitchell MS, CMT, E-RYT500

Movement Logic: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 49:31


Welcome to Episode 12 of the Movement Logic podcast! In this episode, Sarah is joined by the one and only Jules Mitchell, to talk about myths and misbeliefs around strength, stretching, and how to really understand how research applies to our teaching.What are other models for movement beyond soft tissue - and can they coexistDoes it matter if your teaching still “looks like yoga”?Should you call yourself a movement teacher instead of a yoga teacher?How accurate is it to make claims about strength in yoga? How teachers misinterpret research and why it's happeningDoes age reflect interest in different aspects of yogaShould we still be stretching? Is it possible to overstretch?What movement trends are we moving towards in the future Reference links:Yoga Biomechanics: Stretching Redefined by Jules MitchellJules Mitchell WebsiteTwelve-Minute Daily Yoga Regimen Reverses Osteoporotic Bone Loss - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4851231/ Sign up here for the Movement Logic Newsletter for course discounts and sales and receive a free mini Pelvic Floor course!Watch the video of this conversation at: www.movementlogictutorials.com/podcast

Laughing On The Sidelines
A Carton Of Kools & Favorite 90's Fads

Laughing On The Sidelines

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 103:05


On this week's episode, Derek is back with a couple of shitty stories, and Scotty is the only white guy at his best friend's wedding. The Yankees are struggling after the All-Star break, and would you have the confidence to draft Christian McCaffrey in fantasy football? Is she still a 10 if she's an annoying vegan, and is faking an orgasm overrated or underrated? What's something pro golfers do that would be silly on a mini golf course, and What do old people smell like? What are your favorite 90's fads, and would you rather have dial-up internet, or lose your cell phone and get. pager? Enjoy another episode, and keep on laughing, assholes!

Riffin With Griffin
House of RIffin: GoT, She-Hulk, Orca Fads EP199

Riffin With Griffin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 56:15


The new game of thrones is here and I am all freaking in! Be prepared for a weekly segment about this I loved it so much I hope it stays on this level or better. She-Hulk review and some news and notes around the world. Rachel thinks Wonder Woman didn't have enough lines. Orcas have fads, are the movie theaters going out of business? BetterHelp Get 10% off your first month at BetterHelp dot com slash Griffin. http://www.BetterHelp.ccom/Griffin for 10% off. Erik Griffin http://www.erikgriffin.com https://www.patreon.com/ErikGriffin http://twitch.tv/erikgriffingaming https://all-things-erik-griffin.creator-spring.com RIFFIN WITH GRIFFIN PO BOX 34399 Los Angeles, CA 90034

Allworth Financial's Money Matters
Roth versus Traditional IRAs, investment fads, and special guest Hal Hershfield, an award-winning UCLA behavioral psychologist.

Allworth Financial's Money Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 52:45


On this week's Money Matters, Scott and Pat help a caller decide between a Roth or a Traditional IRA. They then discuss pensions and fad investments, before welcoming special guest, world-renowned behavioral psychologist, and UCLA Anderson School of Management professor, Hal Hershfield, who discusses politics, placebos, nature versus nurture financial decision making, the emotional differences between siblings, and the motivation behind various approaches to investing, saving, and money.    

There is a Method to the Madness

What are some of the silly trends and fads that have NOT stood the test of time in fitness and exercise? What is a fad? What is a trend? Listen and find out!Thank you sponsors:Gildongroup.comIstanbulflorida.com 

RoxStar Fitness Total Transformation Radio
Ep. 17: 99% Of Women Will NEVER Build Muscle If They Don't Do This!

RoxStar Fitness Total Transformation Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 59:21


If you're a woman looking to build muscle you're trying to learn about the BEST ways to go about it, this video is FOR YOU! How to do it is quite simple. Yet, so many women are continually missing the mark when it comes to building muscle, building the perfect physique, getting stronger, and truly toning up. They continue to miss the mark to build that beautiful and feminine dream body they desire. Today, let's discuss 3 CRUCIAL mindset shifts to help you to build muscle. This isn't just your typical conversation about how to build muscle for women. OH NO! I want to plant the seed that's going to get you motivated, FIRED UP, and ready to truly achieve your goals like never before. Strap in. This video will change your entire approach to your workouts and fitness life. Connect With Me Below + Get Free Stuff! Want to work with me? Learn more about my service here: http://www.roxstarfitness.com/workwithroxie You can also join my EXCLUSIVE membership community. Get workouts, full eCourses and masterclasses on nutrition, training program design, contest prep and more. http://www.roxstarfitness.com/innercircle Get Into My FREE Masterclass: http://bit.ly/YourBestBodyYetYT Do you compete? Check out my FREE Contest Prep Crash Course eBook and Video Training Program: http://bit.ly/ContestPrepCrashCourseYT Want Flatter Abs - NO Gimmicks, Fads or B.S.? Download my FREE no fluff abs training guide and program: http://bit.ly/FlatAbsNowYT Connect with me on social media! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/roxiebecklesfanpage IG: http://www.instagram.com/iamroxiebeckles Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/roxstarfitness

Faith Troy Sermons
Regret to Restoration | Living With No Regrets

Faith Troy Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022


Fads and trends influence us Realizing how much of our lives are controlled by outside forces can cause inner grief or sorrow of the soul. King Solomon's inner grief led him to the conclusion: “Everything is meaningless” (Ecclesiastes 12:8) Do you ever question what you have been doing with your life and where your life is […]

RadioMD (All Shows)
Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads & Fiction

RadioMD (All Shows)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022


Dr. Friedman shares insights from his book,  Food Sanity,  including his "common science meets common sense" approach to healthy eating in an unhealthy nation.Has all the contradiction on diet and nutrition left you feeling frustrated and confused? Should we follow a Paleo diet and eat like a caveman or go with a plant-based diet and eat like a gorilla? Should we starve ourselves on the latest intermittent fasting diet, or go on a ketogenic diet and eat a lot of fats and low carbs? What about grains? Are they good for us, or a leading cause of disease? Do eggs cause high cholesterol or lower it? All this confusion is enough to make your head spin!It's the reason why Dr. David Friedman wrote his #1 National Bestselling book, Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads and Fiction. For two decades as a syndicated television health expert and radio host, he's interviewed hundreds of scientists, doctors, and best-selling authors hoping to share information to help his audience reach their optimal health. Unfortunately, each guest would contradict the previous expert, creating more confusion than clarity.While most health experts seem to disagree, there is one thing they all agree on, food has the power to heal the body or make it sick. The key is figuring out what should be at the end of our fork.In this episode, Dr. Friedman shares a common science meets common sense approach that puts an end to many of today's food myths including: You don't need to drink cow's milk for strong bones. In fact, research shows it causes brittle bones! Beef doesn't give us the protein humans require. Fish do not contain toxic levels of mercury and can be eaten every day! Eggs don't cause high cholesterol, in fact, they lower it! Cavemen were mostly vegetarians and forensic evidence proves it! Grains (with gluten) reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, lowers blood sugar and aids in weight loss! Counting calories makes you gain weight. Salt (the right kind) isn't bad for you. In fact, it reduces heart disease, lowers blood pressure and aids in weight loss. Some vitamin supplements are made from toxic ingredients also used to make gasoline, nail polish remover, laundry detergent and ammonia. This segment comes with a WARNING: Be prepared for some major “Aha” moments!

To Your Good Health Radio
Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads & Fiction

To Your Good Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022


Dr. Friedman shares insights from his book,  Food Sanity,  including his "common science meets common sense" approach to healthy eating in an unhealthy nation.Has all the contradiction on diet and nutrition left you feeling frustrated and confused? Should we follow a Paleo diet and eat like a caveman or go with a plant-based diet and eat like a gorilla? Should we starve ourselves on the latest intermittent fasting diet, or go on a ketogenic diet and eat a lot of fats and low carbs? What about grains? Are they good for us, or a leading cause of disease? Do eggs cause high cholesterol or lower it? All this confusion is enough to make your head spin!It's the reason why Dr. David Friedman wrote his #1 National Bestselling book, Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads and Fiction. For two decades as a syndicated television health expert and radio host, he's interviewed hundreds of scientists, doctors, and best-selling authors hoping to share information to help his audience reach their optimal health. Unfortunately, each guest would contradict the previous expert, creating more confusion than clarity.While most health experts seem to disagree, there is one thing they all agree on, food has the power to heal the body or make it sick. The key is figuring out what should be at the end of our fork.In this episode, Dr. Friedman shares a common science meets common sense approach that puts an end to many of today's food myths including: You don't need to drink cow's milk for strong bones. In fact, research shows it causes brittle bones! Beef doesn't give us the protein humans require. Fish do not contain toxic levels of mercury and can be eaten every day! Eggs don't cause high cholesterol, in fact, they lower it! Cavemen were mostly vegetarians and forensic evidence proves it! Grains (with gluten) reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, lowers blood sugar and aids in weight loss! Counting calories makes you gain weight. Salt (the right kind) isn't bad for you. In fact, it reduces heart disease, lowers blood pressure and aids in weight loss. Some vitamin supplements are made from toxic ingredients also used to make gasoline, nail polish remover, laundry detergent and ammonia. This segment comes with a WARNING: Be prepared for some major “Aha” moments!

Funny Business
Deep Dive #11: The 90's (Fads, Collectables + TV Shows)

Funny Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 18:19


Rob and Lach take a deep dive on all things 90's. We're talking collectables like Tazos, Crazy Bones and Tech Decks, fads like Sea Monkeys, Discmans, Tamagotchis, Super Soakers + TV shows like Cheez TV, Round the Twist and Street Sharks.Wellbeing Network 2022. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The MVM Show
Ep. #201 North American Waterfowler, Fads, Sub Gauge Ethicality

The MVM Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 72:40


Elliot from Freelance Duck Hunting comes on the show and we talk about The North American Waterfowler, Waterfowl Fads, Hunt Tests, Waterfowl Tracking, Sub-Gauge Ethicality and more! Link to send us a message in! https://sayhi.chat/themvmshow Watch The MVM Show on Youtube  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChfUd5fvEkW97ZwEwT4mEYw/featured?view_as=public Email - themvmshowpodcast@gmail.com

Connecting is not Enough - The Networking Radio Show
The Connected Leadership Podcast : Charlotte Kemp

Connecting is not Enough - The Networking Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 46:43


Charlotte Kemp is the Futures Alchemist, a futurist keynote speaker who works with organisations to co-create preferred futures and to get ahead of trends. Andy Lopata asks Charlotte how we can distinguish between long-term trends and short -term fads. They discuss how leaders can prepare for and influence the future of their organisations. Leaders need the mindset for planning and the skills for taking their teams with them. Charlotte highlights four essentials for managing change and examines how we could change the problem of polarisation where every major trend has two distinct camps. Charlotte believes there is a strong trend towards collaboration, for finding and creating a middle ground. Andy and Charlotte also discuss hybrid working and binary views in this interesting and very topical edition of The Connected Leadership Podcast.  

RevolutionZ
Ep 189 Ruminations 12 Socialism, Marxism, Idenity, Trans, and Fads...

RevolutionZ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 51:53


Episode 189 of RevolutionZ is the twelfth in the series called Ruminations which takes up whatever issues, thoughts, concerns popup in the course of the session. Unscripted, this goes where spontaneous thoughts  lead...Support the show

Carry Trainer Higher Line Podcast
The Combat Midwife | Higher Line Podcast #182

Carry Trainer Higher Line Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 83:23


The Combat Midwife weighs in on natural vs. hospital child birth, circumcision and more... Jessica served in the armed forces as a medic and has been teaching the Midwife art since 2004. Mickey and Jessica go deep into child birth history and current practices today. Jessica Arno is a Certified Professional Midwife, Paramedic, & EMS educator. You can follow her on Instagram at @combatmidwife or check-out CombatMidwife.com. ► Support Carry Trainer RELATED PODCASTS: Who will carry the Torch of Liberty? | Higher Line Podcast #180 Food Myths, Fads and Lies, What You Need to Know | Higher Line Podcast #170 Scared of Needles? | Higher Line Podcast #168   --- Music Attributions: Intro - "3rd Eye Blimp" by Otis McDonald Outro - "I Want More" by Silent Partner The Carry Trainer Higher Line Podcast is available on iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, Stitcher and most importantly CarryTrainer.com.

Top 5 Guys
Worst Fads

Top 5 Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 98:20


Nyounee & Matt are joined by Dak discuss the regretful fads they have experienced in their lifetime; with a few laughs along the way.

The Utah Real Estate Show
The 2-1 Buy Down & Other Loan Fads (Episode 81) S6 E6

The Utah Real Estate Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 17:49


You've heard of the 2-1 buy down, but what is it really? What about other loan options like discount points or a single MI pay down? 0:00 - Introduction  1:49 - 2-1 Buy Down. This is what it is and the calculations on how it works. The buy down is NOT paid by the buyer. 2% less rate first year. 1% less rate the second year. 3rd year is the normal rate. Buyer has to qualify for the loan at the regular rate. Be ready for not only the rate increase, but ALSO the escrow increases (taxes and insurance).  8:03 - Discount Points. 1 discount point costs 1% of the loan, reduces the rate by 1/4 point, and is a permanent reduction for the life of the loan. 10:54 - Single-Premium Mortgage Insurance. Pay it all at once, up front, you'll save a couple hundred dollars per month, and several years of mortgage insurance.  14:16 - What'd we learn today?  16:17 - Out Takes. * No loan officer egos were harmed in the making of this video. Please contact us to tell us you love us, you want to hire us! Call or text: Realtors with Hive Collective at Presidio Real Estate: Tyler Cazier: 801-210-0230 Aric Wiszt: 801-228-7687‬ Lender with Elite Team at Security Home Mortgage:  NMLS: 178787 Jason Christiansen: 801-669-7271 NMLS: 240472 A Production with Security Home Mortgage's Jason Christiansen, and Hive Collective at Presidio's Tyler Cazier and "Mr. Suit" Aric Wiszt.

Funner
Collecting Trends, Fads & Tips During a Recession

Funner

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 32:51


Is Funko the new Beanie Baby?  Tim and Parker discuss why they believe Funko is not a fad. Also, times are tough and collectors are tightening their purse strings during the recession. Listen to find out some tips and tricks […]

MICHAELBANE.TV™ ON THE RADIO!
Training Within Constraints

MICHAELBANE.TV™ ON THE RADIO!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 46:43


This week Michael talks about whether your training should change following the Indiana “good guy with a gun” shooting…how do we balance necessary training with everyone's different constraints? MichaelBane.TV - On the Radio episode # 130. Scroll down for reference links on topics discussed in this episode. Disclaimer: The statements and opinions expressed here are our own and may not represent those of the companies we represent or any entities affiliated to it. Host: Michael Bane Producer: Flying Dragon Ltd. More information and reference links: John Rich PROGRESS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMEECbKOH7Q https://radio.foxnews.com/2022/07/25/john-rich-how-the-success-of-progress-is-a-comment-on-where-americans-are-at-today/ “Are You Training for Fads, Fantasy or a Fight?”/Tom Givens MASTERY; KEYS TO SUCCESS AND LONG TERM FULFILLMENT/George Leonard Intuitive Defensive Shooting REAL WORLD GUNFIGHTING/Mike Ochsner COUNTERING THE MASS SHOOTER THREAT/Michael Martin, USCCA STRATEGIES AND STANDARDS FOR DEFENSIVE TRAINING/Karl Rehn CONCEALED CARRY CLASS: THE ABCS OF SELF-DEFENSE TOOLS AND TACTICS/Tom Givens STRAIGHT TALK ON ARMED DEFENSE: WHAT THE EXPERTS WANK YOU TO KNOW/Massad Ayoob Remington 870 Shotguns The Music of Lance Conrad

To Your Good Health Radio
"Ask the Doctor" with Dr. Friedman

To Your Good Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022


Dr. Friedman weighs in on a few of his listeners' questions.In this episode of "Ask the Doctor", Dr. Friedman answers some of his listeners' most pressing questions. Listen in for all the details. How do you pick the perfect watermelon?Alicia Wright - Myrtle Beach, SC Are there any supplements or certain foods to increase my sex drive?Tom Owens - St. Petersburg, FLAny tips for identifying real scallops at restaurants from fake ones?Michelle Schroeder - Greenville, SCMy husband wants me to go to the gym with him but I don't want to look grotesque like a bodybuilder, any tips?Mary Owens - Marietta, GAI've heard using a heating pad could cause cancer, is this true?Sarah Michelson - St. Louis, MOI've heard that alcohol helps enhance sex but it seems to have the opposite effect on me, why is that?James Harrison - Smyrna, GAI've heard if a banana has brown spots, that means it's been chemically ripened, is that true? Dan Sadler - Chicago ILMy sister lives near the Ohio River which is contaminated with the chemicals used to make Teflon. Is there anything natural she can do or is it too late? Susan MyersMy muscles are always sore from working out, anything you can recommend?Ron Zelensky - Orlando FLI'm suffering from brain fog, I forget things and feel like I am in a constant cloud. Is there anything I can eat that might help?Anne Stevens - Detroit, MIYou say mouthwash containing alcohol can dry out the mouth and make you more susceptible to bacteria build-up. I have gingivitis, anything you can suggest? Richard Bailey - Memphis, TNI love oatmeal but recently heard it's bad for me, what gives?!Julie Green - Joliette, ILI have osteoarthritis but I don't want to be on anti-inflammatory drugs or steroids, is there a natural remedy that works?Julie Kissinger - Smyrna, GACan you verify or debunk this: I have always been told that reverse osmosis is the only way to truly get all the bad stuff out of our water. Is that true? Kathy Gibson Linear - Sanibel, FL I suffer from migraine headaches, are there any foods I can add to my diet to alleviate them?Margaret Levy - KentuckyDo you have a question for Dr. Friedman? Send it to you him at AskTheDoctor@ToYourGoodHealthRadio.comIf he answers your question on the air, he'll send you a signed copy of his award-winning, #1 bestselling book, Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads and Fiction. He'll also include a free copy of his audiobook, “America's Unbalanced Diet” (over a million copies sold!).To stay up to date with Dr. Friedman's latest articles, videos, and interviews, go to DrDavidFriedman.com.You can follow him on social media:Twitter and Facebook: @DrDavidFriedmanInstagram: @DrDFriedman

RadioMD (All Shows)
"Ask the Doctor" with Dr. Friedman

RadioMD (All Shows)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022


Dr. Friedman weighs in on a few of his listeners' questions.In this episode of "Ask the Doctor", Dr. Friedman answers some of his listeners' most pressing questions. Listen in for all the details. How do you pick the perfect watermelon?Alicia Wright - Myrtle Beach, SC Are there any supplements or certain foods to increase my sex drive?Tom Owens - St. Petersburg, FLAny tips for identifying real scallops at restaurants from fake ones?Michelle Schroeder - Greenville, SCMy husband wants me to go to the gym with him but I don't want to look grotesque like a bodybuilder, any tips?Mary Owens - Marietta, GAI've heard using a heating pad could cause cancer, is this true?Sarah Michelson - St. Louis, MOI've heard that alcohol helps enhance sex but it seems to have the opposite effect on me, why is that?James Harrison - Smyrna, GAI've heard if a banana has brown spots, that means it's been chemically ripened, is that true? Dan Sadler - Chicago ILMy sister lives near the Ohio River which is contaminated with the chemicals used to make Teflon. Is there anything natural she can do or is it too late? Susan MyersMy muscles are always sore from working out, anything you can recommend?Ron Zelensky - Orlando FLI'm suffering from brain fog, I forget things and feel like I am in a constant cloud. Is there anything I can eat that might help?Anne Stevens - Detroit, MIYou say mouthwash containing alcohol can dry out the mouth and make you more susceptible to bacteria build-up. I have gingivitis, anything you can suggest? Richard Bailey - Memphis, TNI love oatmeal but recently heard it's bad for me, what gives?!Julie Green - Joliette, ILI have osteoarthritis but I don't want to be on anti-inflammatory drugs or steroids, is there a natural remedy that works?Julie Kissinger - Smyrna, GACan you verify or debunk this: I have always been told that reverse osmosis is the only way to truly get all the bad stuff out of our water. Is that true? Kathy Gibson Linear - Sanibel, FL I suffer from migraine headaches, are there any foods I can add to my diet to alleviate them?Margaret Levy - KentuckyDo you have a question for Dr. Friedman? Send it to you him at AskTheDoctor@ToYourGoodHealthRadio.comIf he answers your question on the air, he'll send you a signed copy of his award-winning, #1 bestselling book, Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads and Fiction. He'll also include a free copy of his audiobook, “America's Unbalanced Diet” (over a million copies sold!).To stay up to date with Dr. Friedman's latest articles, videos, and interviews, go to DrDavidFriedman.com.You can follow him on social media:Twitter and Facebook: @DrDavidFriedmanInstagram: @DrDFriedman

The Kevin Bass Show
Key facts and fads about the causes of obesity

The Kevin Bass Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 7:40


In this clip with Gavin Meenan, I go over the basic facts about the causes of obesity as well as some of the major myths propagated online by self-proclaimed experts.===Like, comment, subscribe.For more, find me at:PODCAST The Kevin Bass ShowYOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/user/kbassphiladelphiaSUBREDDIT www.reddit.com/r/kevinbassWEBSITE http://thedietwars.comTWITTER https://twitter.com/kevinnbass/https://twitter.com/healthmisinfo/INSTAGRAM https://instagram.com/kevinnbass/TIKTOK https://tiktok.com/@kevinnbassAnd above all, please donate to support what I do:PATREON https://patreon.com/kevinnbass/DONATE https://thedietwars.com/support-me/

The Country Central
Fades & Fads

The Country Central

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 30:23


Jack, Will, and Brandon discuss the best trends in country music of years gone by, as well as a few we'd rather leave in the past!

Your Grandparents Did What?

Welcome to Season 3! This week Maggie and Rachel talk about Herd Mentality and some Fads and Crazes from the past! Donation Station: Homies Helping Homies

Topic Lords
142. Threatjazz

Topic Lords

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 67:57


Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Ben * https://twitter.com/KosmologyB * Tyriq * https://twitter.com/FourbitFriday Topics: * Which real life occupations are the closest thing to actual Adventuring? And would you want to do any of them? * Getting a tattoo has somehow motivated me to be healthier * It's weird that some instruments you play with your hands and others you put in your mouth * The Mushroom Hunters * https://www.themarginalian.org/2019/11/25/the-mushroom-hunters-animation-neil-gaiman/ * Discovering how much butter and sugar is in your common or garden cake has filled me with sheer horror * A public call to action for the creation of Violence/Threat Jazz as a genre Microtopics: * The collection of music songs that you put on the internet last year. * The Citizen Sleeper trailer. * Managing a game's Steam store page. * The conversations you don't have. * Adventuring as it is conceived of and perceived. * Going into the field and being exposed to health hazards. * Rock climbing and its relationship to speed running. * All the big parts of the world having been discovered already so you need to be satisfied with discovering tiny parts. * The difficulty of spending a lifetime rock climbing when you don't enjoy rock climbing. * Whether being sent off to war feels or ought to feel like an adventure. * Lockdown tattoos. * The uncle who convinced you to get an eyebrow ring. * Designing a tattoo so that it still looks right if the recipient suddenly gets swole. * The Clean and Jerk. * Compressing yourself inwards as you hit the ground. * The idea of caring about your appearance. * Looking in the mirror and feeling good about yourself. * A portion of meat that is ruining your aesthetic. * Your full-sleeve Gigantamax Meowth tattoo. * Ark from Terranigma. * A tattoo of a goat because you love goats a lot. * Putting pictures on your body and looking cool. * Going full body-mod in your old age. * A Rotom right up there in your armpit. * Walking around looking like a JRPG character with an asymmetrical pauldron. * The right torso for me. * Bone tattoos that are just for you because nobody can see your bones. * Waiting until you are 80 years old for eyeball tattoo technology to get safer. * Screaming higher and higher until you take a shower. * Airflow and handflow. * Licking a musical instrument that makes noise when it's wet. * Chromatic spittoon virtuosos. * Melody Pops. * How to survive long car trips before portable video games. * Lollipops you could write with. * Chocolate cigarettes wrapped in rice paper. * Rebranding your offensive children's cigarette brand to "Fads." * The formulation of laws to follow facts revealed. * Food Tasters. * One king left and so much food to eat. * Why so much fiction is so obsessed with royalty. * Cracking a nut in your brain. * The moon's excellent product placement. * Cakes for people to jump out of. * How to marble a cake. * The butter iceberg. * The inside scoop behind all the drama. * The Sharks and the Jets snapping at each other. * The dude in Mad Max Fury Road playing a flaming guitar on top of a moving truck. * Where to see Ben's cats.

Retail Transformation Show with Oliver Banks
194: Focusing On Tech Trends And Avoiding The Fads

Retail Transformation Show with Oliver Banks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 31:00


Technology is essential to bring many aspects of the shopping experience into the modern day. But there are many elements to consider. From which technology to choose, to convenience and even around the education of the consumer base. To help understand more, Oliver Banks talks to retail tech expert Christine Russo. Listen to this podcast episode to discover:  How retail tech can bring modern shopping opportunities into the physical store. Why customer education is often the missing piece of the puzzle.  Which retail technologies are true trends and which are fashionable fads.  Show notes at www.obandco.uk/194.  

Pulling The Cork
Epsiode 16- One Hit Wonders and Fads

Pulling The Cork

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 76:20


Brendan and Danny grow even closer when they discover their shared love for Break Dancing.  The boys go through fads that have come and gone plus one hit wonder bands.......Brendan is finally not drunk and the  boys announce a special event this fall.A fun listen and lots of laughs were had 

How I Do Content
3 Lessons From 3 Years in Business - Part 3 - Focus on building rock-solid business foundations over endlessly chasing fads

How I Do Content

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 10:08


Welcome back to the 3rd and final part of my 3 lessons from 3 years in business series. I SO hope you're enjoying this mini series - I've loved diving deeper into these lessons.If you haven't listened to part 1 - press pause on this episode and go back and listen to them first.Part 1:  https://thesocialbolt.com.au/3-lessons-from-3-years-in-business-3-part-series-part-1/ Part 2: https://thesocialbolt.com.au/3-lessons-from-3-years-in-business-3-part-series-part-2/ If you're a long time listener of the podcast you'll know how much I'm an advocate for sustainable business practices over the good old shiny object.The online space is rife with these little bastards.I see so many business owners get distracted and spend their time and energy trying to keep up with all of the new trends and “must have” business tactics.And on top of that E-V-E-R-Y-O-N-E seems to be in a race to crack the 10k followers, the 10k months or the 6-figure year the fastest.But you're not Usain Bolt.And you're putting unnecessary expectation and stress on yourself when you try to chase the shiny objects (aka the new business tactic that'll bring you fame and fortune).In today's episode I'm sharing why you need to STOP wasting your time endlessly chasing fads and START building rock solid business foundations.So let's dive into lesson #3!Want more?Instagram: @thesocialboltTake the quiz! Discover Your Unique Blend of Content Magic at http://thesocialbolt.com.au/quiz/Get my DIY Content Wizard Bundle to help you with strategic content creation for your heart led business https://thesocialbolt.com.au/content-wizard-bundle-2/Background Music is Copyright Free. You're free to use this music in your videos.Track: Harry Potter Theme SongMusic promoted by Chayatori RecordsVideo Link:  https://youtu.be/WY8-lVlLhWE 

The Wood Life
Health fads are making us sick... learn what it takes to be truly healthy

The Wood Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 31:07


Our obsession with looking healthy is making us sick. Cardiac surgeon, Dr Nikki Stamp speaks to Sam about the harmful trends and misinformation that have spread so far and wide, it's damaged our relationship with food and exercise. Dr. Stamp outlines what health is, what we should be doing to stay healthy, and whether or not red wine is actually good for our hearts... you'll want to hear to this! Then, if you're trying to sustainably lose weight in stubborn areas, Sam has some tips! Have a question for Sam? Send it to him here.

What's The Juice
FROM WELLNESS EXTREMES TO A HEALTHY FOUNDATION - why getting back to basics, saying no to fads and fueling our bodies is the medicine women need with Nina Passero, FDN-P

What's The Juice

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 140:47 Very Popular


Today I sat down with one of my best friends Nina Passero, FDN-P, to have a raw conversation about everything from the importance of eating breakfast for hormones, to the risks of birth control and the importance of self-advocacy, to the ugly truths of some of the toughest moments we experienced while struggling with our health and searching for answers. Nina went through one of the most difficult chronic health journeys I've witnessed: from PCOS to gastritis, extreme hair loss, endless food intolerances, gut infections, fatigue and brain fog – and yet never stopped digging for the root causes and remedies that would actually make a lasting difference. After trying every health fad and extreme in the book, from raw veganism to an “orange fast” to autoimmune elimination diets, today she's the healthiest she's ever been after blocking out the noise and focusing on what she calls the “foundational basics”: food-as-medicine staples that helped to heal her gut, fueling her body frequently enough (and with the right nutrient without restriction), and doing some deep emotional work that helped to build her stress-management + mindset toolbox. Nina has been able to transform her hardships into invaluable wisdom, becoming a talented functional practitioner who helps women around the world achieve food freedom, balance, hormone and gut health. Nina's website HERE Nina's Instagram HERE  Shop herbal formulas HERE

Hacks & Wonks
Leesa Manion, Candidate for King County Prosecuting Attorney

Hacks & Wonks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 39:32


On this midweek show, Crystal chats with Leesa Manion about her campaign for King County Prosecuting Attorney - why she decided to run, her endorsement by outgoing prosecuting attorney Dan Satterberg, and the experience she brings with 15 years as Chief of Staff in the KC Prosecuting Attorney's office. They then discuss the responsibility of the prosecutor's office in building and maintaining relationships with law enforcement partners, the suitability of diversion versus incarceration as paths in the criminal legal system, and what needs to happen to make prison lead to rehabilitation instead of recidivism. The conversation then shifts to how to balance people's concern about public safety with trust issues with law enforcement and the court system, the ethics of when prosecutors should turn over evidence, her decision to not seek police guild endorsements, and how the system can do better in advocating for victims rather than re-traumatizing them. The show wraps up with the importance of prosecutor accountability and what is at stake in her race against a seemingly more hard-line and punitive opponent. As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Find the host, Crystal, on Twitter at @finchfrii and find Leesa at https://www.facebook.com/leesaforprosecutor. Resources Campaign Website - Leesa Manion: https://leesamanion.com/   “Juvenile division prosecutor defends Restorative Community Pathways” by Henry Stewart-Wood from The Courier-Herald: https://www.courierherald.com/news/king-countys-juvenile-division-prosecutor-defends-restorative-community-pathways   “King County to continue new juvenile restorative justice program, despite pushback” by David Gutman from The Seattle Times: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/politics/king-county-to-continue-new-juvenile-restorative-justice-program-despite-pushback/   Investing For No Return - Final Report from King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office Reentry Summit: http://clerk.ci.seattle.wa.us/~public/meetingrecords/2013/cbriefing20130225_4a.pdf   Seattle Community Court: https://www.seattle.gov/courts/programs-and-services/specialized-courts/seattle-community-court   Filing and Disposition Standards - King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office: https://kingcounty.gov/depts/prosecutor/criminal-overview/fads.aspx   “WA prosecutors who withhold evidence rarely face discipline” by Melissa Santos from Crosscut: https://crosscut.com/news/2022/04/wa-prosecutors-who-withhold-evidence-rarely-face-discipline Transcript [00:00:00] Crystal Fincher: Welcome to Hacks & Wonks. I'm Crystal Fincher, and I'm a political consultant and your host. On this show, we talk with policy wonks and political hacks to gather insight into local politics and policy in Washington State through the lens of those doing the work with behind-the-scenes perspectives on what's happening, why it's happening, and what you can do about it. Full transcripts and resources referenced in the show are always available at officialhacksandwonks.com and in our episode notes. I am very happy to welcome to the show today: candidate for King County Prosecuting Attorney, Leesa Manion. Welcome to the program. [00:00:45] Leesa Manion: Well, hello, Crystal. Thank you so much for having me, it's a pleasure to be here.  [00:00:50] Crystal Fincher: Pleasure to have you here. So you have decided to run for King County Prosecutor. What made you decide to run now?  [00:00:59] Leesa Manion: Well, I'm running because I care so much about the work of the office - I care about its importance, I care about its impact on our communities, and I also care about the women and men who have dedicated their careers to public service and are looking for experienced and proven leadership. [00:01:15] Crystal Fincher: So you talk about proven leadership - our current King County Prosecutor, Dan Satterberg, is leaving the office, but has endorsed you and has worked with you. Why do you think he has endorsed you and he supports you?  [00:01:29] Leesa Manion: I think it is because of my deep level of experience, I think it's because of my proven leadership. I have had a hand in implementing all of the really good reforms that have come out of the office in the past 15+ years that have earned our office a national reputation of being fair, just, and effective. I am definitely a candidate who can hit the ground running - I'm very deep in operations, I also have very deep ties to our community, and I have really good working relationships with our employees in the office.  [00:02:01] Crystal Fincher: So you talk about having a hand in a lot of what has gone on over the past 15 years - what has worked well and what hasn't worked well?  [00:02:10] Leesa Manion: One thing that I think has worked well are all of the juvenile justice reforms that we've made - I'm really proud of the fact that I am a co-founding partner of Choose 180. And I have to say - at the time, Choose 180 was revolutionary in the sense that it was the first time that the prosecuting attorney's office intentionally shared power with community, and allowed the community's voice to shape justice and to be equal to ours. And it led the way for a lot of really good reforms that followed. So I think diversion works really well - it doesn't mean that it's foolproof. We've definitely had some pilot projects that didn't yield the types of results that we wanted, but we continued to refine our process, we continue to refine partnerships, we continue to decide how to offer services in a way that is fully funded and effective.  And in terms of something that hasn't gone well, I would say - everyone has been affected by the pandemic and we, in the prosecuting attorney's office, aren't any different. I think some of our relationships over the course of pandemic have been frayed, I think our relationships with some of our law enforcement partners have been frayed. And if selected, I would be committed to rebuilding those relationships. And it looks something like this - I think that we have to - as an elected, I would have to go to our Police Chiefs and Sheriffs meeting. I've always said to Dan that I thought it was a mistake that he wasn't in the room as an elected. I think, as an elected, you have to be in the room to develop relationships and to be accountable and to build partnerships. So I would be committed to doing that.  [00:03:50] Crystal Fincher: So would you say it's the fault of the prosecutor's office, that there is a frayed relationship?  [00:03:57] Leesa Manion: I think we definitely play a role in it, and I think we definitely can take a leadership role in rebuilding that relationship. And I've been doing that in my current role. For example, just last week I met with our Kent Police Chief and our Des Moines Police Chief and our juvenile leadership team to talk about some of the juvenile justice reforms that have gone on in recent years. And talk about the new juvenile diversion program, Restorative Community Pathways. And that was a really good conversation because we had an opportunity to share information, to air some frustrations, to clarify some misunderstandings, and to really start to build an open line of communication. And I really think that we have a lot of opportunity to do that with law enforcement throughout King County, but also with community partners. I really think that we in the prosecutor's office can serve as a bridge.  [00:04:49] Crystal Fincher: When you talk about that bridge, it seems like there has been some resistance to moving toward diversion, certainly from some entities in law enforcement. We have recently seen an attempt to move some folks away from diversion from the Seattle City Attorney's office. Do you think that there's a possibility that you have of convincing folks like that to move in a different direction and to partner with you in doing that, or do you also see a hesitance?  [00:05:25] Leesa Manion: What I see is a request to partner, I see a request for additional information, I see a request to have a seat at the table to help shape what diversion looks like. And I think that sometimes those questions can be mischaracterized or misunderstood as rejection or maybe resistance. But when I met with law enforcement, I found that they were curious. I found that they wanted to ensure that we were working together. I found that they wanted to ensure that there was some accountability, that if we offered diversion and there were individuals who were not successful - because sadly we will have some individuals who are not successful in diversion, what's the backup plan? What is the next step? What does accountability look like? And I think that we can have those conversations and have some agreed standards of conduct, but in order to do that, we really have to have relationships. We really have to start the conversation. We really have to bring people together to work on a common goal. [00:06:29] Crystal Fincher: So when do you think diversion is appropriate, and do you think incarceration is appropriate in the cases when diversion is not?  [00:06:39] Leesa Manion: I think diversion is appropriate for low-level offenses. I think that there are individuals, particularly among youth, who make some poor decisions that shouldn't haunt them for the rest of their lives, that shouldn't define who they are as individuals. And I think that we can offer some services that look like getting to the root cause of poor decision-making, that give them tools, that provide some guided opportunities - maybe job training - a way to redirect behavior into something that's more positive and that also increases pro-social behavior. I think for violent crimes, of course, incarceration is definitely appropriate. I think that most people can agree that homicides and violent assaults and violent sexual assaults are the type of behaviors where we would expect that the individuals are processed through our traditional legal system, and if convicted are isolated away from our community. I think that there are a lot of areas in between where we can talk about what's appropriate for diversion. I think that there are some low-level first-time felony offenses that would be right for diversion as a way to keep people out of the court system and into something that is more effective - whether it's actually more response, not less response than what we're getting through our regular legal court system. [00:08:13] Crystal Fincher: And one question I have - when we talk about locking people up and putting them away, certainly we need action to make our streets safer - there's a lot going on that is unacceptable and not okay. And it really is helpful to focus on what makes the community safer. So with evidence and research - a large body of research - pretty conclusively pointing towards - when people get out of prison, prison is actually making them more likely to reoffend. If the goal is to prevent people from being victimized, how do you square that with incarcerating people and the approach that we're taking now?  [00:08:58] Leesa Manion: Well, I really think we owe it to ourselves to have an honest conversation about prison reform. I am a strong believer in prison reform. I think that we talk a lot about the Department of Corrections being a place of rehabilitation, but we actually do not fund the level of services that are needed to address trauma, to address substance use disorder, to address underlying health conditions, mental health, or behavioral health issues. And until we get honest about that, we won't actually have the results that we want that help people while they are literally a captive audience, have the tools they need to be released better than when they first entered into prison. I think we have to be really honest about the fact that we have, stepping apart from the criminal justice system but through our legislative process, put up a lot of barriers to people who have criminal convictions or former contact with the criminal justice system. And if we expect people, because we say this a lot - you have served your time - then we have to be honest about the fact that they've served their time, they've paid their debt to society. And not continue to ask them to pay in all kinds of ways that are hidden - that prevent people from getting housing, jobs, access to student loans and education.  [00:10:18] Crystal Fincher: I think that's an excellent point. And given that, I'm wondering - they seem to be not the only ones who are paying, that the community is also paying because they - a lot of people coming out of prison and prison itself makes people more likely to reoffend. So until we have those kinds of supports in place that are consistent with people committing less crime, not victimizing people - does it make sense to put people into a system that is creating victims? [00:10:55] Leesa Manion: Well, I think it only makes sense if we're willing to make the investments to get the returns that we want. I do think that when people commit violent crime, I do think that our community is asking for safety. I think our community is asking that certain individuals be isolated until they have, to be quite frank, have been held accountable - and sometimes that means punishment or rehabilitated. And in order to have rehabilitation, we have to have services. There are on average 8,000 women and men released from Washington State prisons every year back into our community - and unless we equip those individuals with the tools they need to be successful, they will go back to committing crime to survive - out of trauma, out of poor decision-making, out of criminogenic both behaviors and maybe patterns. And as a result, we are creating future victims of crime. So if we want to reduce crime and reduce victimization, we have to make the investment in prison reform and in re-entry.  [00:12:04] Crystal Fincher: Can you impact that investment from your office? [00:12:08] Leesa Manion: I was really proud to be one of the key stakeholders behind the scenes in our 2012 conversation around re-entry. Dan Satterberg was the name on the door and the elected official who got people into the room, but I was the person who was helping behind the scenes, put all of those reforms into place to help create our report "Investing for No Return," shopping it with lawmakers and legislators, convening voices to weigh in on recommendations. I was meeting with the Black Prisoners' Caucus at Monroe and solicited from them an unedited chapter into the report, because the men and women who are leaving prison are the experts on re-entry and the barriers that they face. So I think I could, as an elected official, continue that conversation. And one thing about being an elected official is that your voice is given a megaphone and you have the power to convene, and convene really important and necessary conversations. [00:13:12] Crystal Fincher: I completely agree those conversations are absolutely necessary and it is really important to include the voices, as you have, of people who have been incarcerated or are currently incarcerated. I guess my question is - we seem to be in complete agreement and I think most of the community probably agrees - that the current system is broken and we are in desperate need of reform. Until it's reformed, and even if we're all pushing for that, does it make sense to keep putting people into that broken system? Is there an alternative that you see, or do you feel that we don't have an alternative?  [00:13:49] Leesa Manion: Well, I think diversion, for certain cases, is the alternative that we're all looking for. And connecting young people in particular, or people facing their first offense, into community-based resources - not only is it wise, not only does it help people avoid the criminal justice system and the harmful impacts and collateral consequences of criminal history, I think it's more cost-effective. I think we can also agree that there are certain crimes where, when people are charged and convicted, they are going to go away to prison - and we can still offer services to those individuals. I'm a firm believer that we should be offering services and treatment in our community and our jails and in our prison.  [00:14:35] Crystal Fincher: So you talked a little bit about meeting with different departments across the County. You will definitely be working with all of the cities and the counties. How are you going to approach those relationships? And are you asking any of the cities to do anything different than they're doing now?  [00:14:56] Leesa Manion: Right now, we are starting a new partnership with the Seattle City Attorney's office. And it's really about how do we share information on individuals who are cycling in and out of our system. And some of that information sharing is how do we best pivot those individuals into services. And then for some who are systematically preying on individuals and small businesses in our communities, how do we trade information so that we can hold that person appropriately accountable? Whether it's with misdemeanor filings or with felony filings. And again, it's because our community is asking for us to take public safety seriously. They're asking us to look at behavior and to make it stop, and they're asking for accountability. And accountability for people who are systematically preying on individuals and communities can look one way, and people who are committing non-violent offenses over and over again, out of mental health disorder, substance use disorder, or to basically survive - that kind of accountability can look different as well.  [00:16:03] Crystal Fincher: Well, and that brings up a question. It seems like the City Attorney, even for people who may not be committing crimes against other people, she's looking to remove them or to eliminate the possibility of diversion for those and move in the opposite direction. Are you aligned with that belief? Do you think that's the right approach?  [00:16:27] Leesa Manion: I don't know all of the details of Ann Davison's proposal, but my understanding is that she has it very narrowly drawn - those are individuals who have been referred to the system - I believe it's eight times in a year. That maybe those individuals have been given an opportunity to participate in Community Court, but have committed eight offenses within a short period of time and maybe it's an opportunity to try something different. So I think that having the courage to try something new is something that we should endeavor for. And then we should be willing to pivot if it doesn't yield the results that we want.  [00:17:08] Crystal Fincher: Okay. So there have been a wide variety of challenges when it comes to public safety - crime is up, people are very, very concerned - but also people have issues with trust and law enforcement and in the court system. How do you plan to prioritize truth and justice when sometimes there's seemingly a conflict of interest with your relationship with the police? [00:17:41] Leesa Manion: Again, I'm the type of leader - I like to identify common ground and build from there. And I think, when it comes to police, I think that there's so much common ground in terms of police reform. I think we can agree that when we are afraid and we call 911, we want a response. Maybe the response is from a sworn officer, maybe the response is from a social worker, but we all know that we want a response. And I think we can all agree that if we have officers who are abusing their discretion, we want them off the force. We want that, and I think the police want that too. So when I think about building trust, I really think, again, it begins with building relationships. And as I mentioned, I'm hard at work in rebuilding relationships with law enforcement. I presently have very deep ties within our community, and what I'd like to do is take the trust of the community, that they have instilled in me, and be the bridge into convening some conversations with law enforcement. And I also know and recognize that there are law enforcement officers who have really deep ties in the community. And so can we work together to broaden that circle, broaden those partnerships, and build trust together?  [00:18:59] Crystal Fincher: There was recently a story in Crosscut by Melissa Santos talking about a challenge and problems with prosecutors sometimes withholding evidence improperly in those situations and that being another issue that is a challenge. It was not about the King County Prosecutor's office, specifically talking about the issue as a whole. Do you see that issue and tension, and how do you approach that?  [00:19:29] Leesa Manion: I am really proud of the fact that we have built a model Brady policy. We take that very seriously and we have a conservative filing policy. We endeavor to turn over all evidence as soon as we are able, and I think those practices should continue. One, it's not just about being ethical. It's also about building trust and transparency into our system. And if we aren't transparent, people will never perceive our office as fair. If they don't understand our decision-making, they will never perceive our office as fair. And tying in this issue of fairness and transparency and also talking about trust and our relationship with law enforcement, as a candidate, I have been intentional about not seeking the endorsement of police guilds and it's not because I dislike police, it's because I fought for resources to create a public integrity unit within the office to look at officer-involved shootings and use-of-force cases that are coming to us as a result of I-940. And if I am endorsed by a bunch of police guilds, it doesn't appear to be fair, it doesn't appear to be neutral. And so I just wanted to explain that because it is another action that goes toward trust. And for some people that might seem like a really small thing, but to me it's a really big thing. [00:21:01] Crystal Fincher: Are there any other items like that, or within your office, that you feel you can do to help restore trust in a similar way, and in that same way? Is there anything else that you think would be helpful, or that you have planned, to increase the amount of transparency and trust in the process?  [00:21:22] Leesa Manion: I'm currently working with our communications team to create a list of frequently asked questions to put on our website, because there's a lot of confusion about the criminal justice system and the various stakeholders and actors in the justice system. For example, there are a lot of people who are really confused about what's the difference between the King County Prosecuting Attorney's office, the City Attorney's office, the US Attorney's office - and being able to have that information that's readily accessible is super helpful. I'm also a big fan of being really transparent in our decision making. We have long had filing and disposition standards that we share and we share openly, but I think that there are opportunities to invite in media to have them read our FADS, to ask questions. We could do that with community groups as well. I think the more that we can have people understand our work, the more that they will begin to trust the work. [00:22:23] Crystal Fincher: Gotcha. That makes sense. Now, a lot of crimes are currently going unreported and victims are hesitant to report - whether it's elder abuse, or intimate partner abuse, sexual abuse - and a lot of people citing that going through the court system and the process of prosecution and investigation is retraumatizing. How would you handle these situations so that further victimization of people, who've already been violated, doesn't happen?  [00:22:58] Leesa Manion: I really care about victim services. And one of the things that I've done is I've added 10 victim advocate positions within the office, including some bilingual advocates, because access and representation really matter. I've also secured funding and created a Director of Victim Advocacy. And that's with the sole purpose of really examining and really challenging ourselves within the office of what does it mean to be a victim. And sometimes the victim is someone who is going through the criminal justice system, sometimes it is a person who might have one loved one who's being prosecuted by the system and maybe lost another loved one to gun violence. Sometimes victims don't report crimes because they don't understand the process. Sometimes victims don't report crimes because they don't feel that they have an advocate or someone who will respect their cultural difference and their view of our US justice system. Sometimes people don't report crime because they really want something that's more restorative - they're not looking for retribution, they're looking for explanation and healing. And so I think we have an opportunity to really expand how we provide victim services so that it's more culturally responsive, more inclusive, more understanding - so that we actually have more voices from impacted individuals who help us shape what that looks like. [00:24:24] Crystal Fincher: How would that look different to a victim, or what are you proposing that would look and feel different to someone who has previously been hesitant to come forward or fearful?  [00:24:39] Leesa Manion: Well, I think for some individuals, it might be that they need some reassurance that there are not going to be immigration consequences to them reporting their crime. I think for some individuals they're going to need access to an interpreter because language is a barrier. I think for some individuals, they really want to know what's going to happen to the person that they have complaints about. For example, in the realm of domestic violence, I think that there can be some barriers to reporting because maybe the person who's committing the violence is someone who is the father of your children, or it's someone that you care about or love, maybe it's a young person or a sibling or a child. So how can we take this fear - working with communities, because we really have to rely on our communities to help us build those bridges and also to expand the reach of our services. So how can we demystify the process? How can we make it feel more safe? [00:25:38] Crystal Fincher: How do you navigate - you've talked about so many societal challenges, so many challenges from the pandemic. We are dealing with a lack of adequate support in - whether it's substance use disorder, behavioral health, and mental health resources - with that and basically putting people in the criminal legal system, who are suffering from other issues that may prevent them from acting rationally and having a calculation that we may think - okay, I don't want to experience consequences, so I'm not going to do this. Not everyone is in that frame of mind or maybe going through something preventing that. How do you handle, or what is your approach to people who are clearly suffering and the root cause of the issue is a lack of a basic need not being met in a different area? We can put them in jail, we can send them to diversion, but until those needs are met, we're looking at landing in the same place. What do you do in that situation? [00:26:52] Leesa Manion: I think in those situations, we really have to rely on alternatives that are therapeutic. I am a really big supporter of our Drug Court, our Veterans Court, or Mental Health Court. Those are collaborative team models where we have all of the actors - we have the court, we have probation, we have designated crisis responders, we have public defenders, and we have prosecutors - really working together to ensure that the person has access to services, that they have access to housing, that their basic needs are being met, and that they have the supports and the structure they need to be successful. So how can we build more of that? And here's an example of an area that I think I'm curious about and I think it's prime opportunity, but it would require a change in state law - in our Involuntary Treatment Act Court. Right now that's an adversarial model where I have prosecutors representing designated crisis responders and hospitals, trying to get someone committed for services. And on the other side of the table, I have a public defender who is advocating for the release of that individual. And often that leads to nothing and sometimes against the wishes of the family. So if we were able to make that a more therapeutic collaborative model, not only do I think that it would offer better outcomes, we could also use our mental illness, drug dependency tax dollars to support the therapeutic court. So I would really love to work with lawmakers and experts and leaders in this field - to launch that conversation, to see if that's something that we could have happen.  [00:28:39] Crystal Fincher: Should we be charging people with crimes related to possession of substances, or is that more appropriately handled in a different way?  [00:28:52] Leesa Manion: Well, as you know, because of the Blake decision, the possession of drugs was declared unconstitutional. And in our most recent legislative session, it was re-criminalized for a period of a year, but we have to offer two diversion opportunities. I will be really curious to see what that year experiment reveals, but personally I think those are opportunities for us to try to get to the root cause of behavior. And I don't think there's anything magical about a jail cell or a prison cell - because, as I mentioned earlier in this podcast, there aren't enough services to really adequately address the amount of need that we're seeing behind bars. So how can we, in a more cost-effective way, offer those services in lieu of jail or prison, but still meet the desire for public safety, to still ensure that those individuals are stopping their harmful behavior, to ensure that those individuals are themselves safe and not creating chaos in our communities.  [00:30:06] Crystal Fincher: Yeah. Now we have - you talk about being in that conversation about keeping people safe and that being the ultimate goal. Lots of elements in the criminal legal system - you're one of them, you can't control all of them or all of the societal issues that may be contributing to that - but in your role, if you were to be elected as the prosecuting attorney, what changes, could you make that would have the largest impact on preventing people from being victimized?  [00:30:41] Leesa Manion: Well, I really think that again goes to the heart of partnership and it really goes to the heart of identifying common ground and building from there. I'm a 'Yes, and...' thinker and that 'Yes, and...' thinking has come to me and been shaped by my lived experience. And I want to share just a little bit of a story and a little bit of my personal story, because it helps explain why I'm a 'Yes, and...' thinker. So I know I've shared with others - I was born in South Korea to a Caucasian father and a Korean mother. And when my father brought us to his home state of Kentucky, my mother was met with discrimination and racism. And when I was about four years old, my dad's mother, my grandmother, got into an argument with my mom - threw her out of the house with only the clothes she was wearing. And my brother and I did not see her again for 25 years. And so, that story and that experience taught me a lot about what happens to someone who was marginalized, who doesn't have a voice, who doesn't have advocacy. It also taught me about forgiveness. My grandmother was someone who advocated for me, she shaped me, she taught me about hard work, she loved me, and she was not the sum of her worst decision. My brother and I grew up in an area where we experienced discrimination and racism - and the disproportionate school discipline, the disproportionate law enforcement contact that so many young men of color experience, my brother experienced too. And when I think about public safety, it means a lot of things to me. It means that we are free of hate crimes that are born out of discrimination. It means that no person is the sum of their worst mistakes. It means that we can offer non-violent young people a second opportunity because sometimes they make really stupid choices. It means that we have to respect that people who live in our community may have experienced law enforcement differently, and we have to build trust, and we have to be able to show that we respect their lived experience before they will come to us with their problems. It also means that we can hold repeat perpetrators accountable, that we can hold violent crime and violent criminals accountable. It means that our victim services have to be responsive. It means that they have to be culturally sensitive. That's a lot of my, 'Yes, and...' So it drives how I approach this work, it drives my desire to create partnerships, it tries my desire to say 'Yes, and...' how can we work together? Yes, we can address the incidents of crime, and we can address the root cause.  [00:33:39] Crystal Fincher: Before we go, also wanted to talk about issues of fairness and frustration that people are having in feeling like - hey, if you are rich or if you're powerful, we're watching you get away with stuff that it looks like other people are not. And that there's a disproportionate focus on people who are at the bottom, people who are struggling or poor or marginalized - while watching people in power seemingly skirt laws without people blinking an eyelash, whether it's watching some Seattle Police Department officers vote from an unauthorized address, or watching text messages get deleted, or watching corporations sometimes flaunt the law and victimize their employees. What can you do, or how would you approach fostering a sense of transparency and fairness as to who you seek to intervene with? Whether they're rich or poor or powerful - are you tracking that? What are your plans? What's your general approach to that?  [00:34:59] Leesa Manion: It really, at the heart of it, is transparency and accountability. And prosecutor accountability in this sense. So that really means, and it starts with how we bring people into the office - what do our job announcements look like? Who has a seat at the table? What characteristics are we looking at? What barriers would be put away so that more people have an opportunity to join the office and have a seat at the justice table? What values do we reward? When it comes to our decision-making, it's really about being very transparent about the disproportionality that's in the system - being honest about that and not pretending that it doesn't exist. But then also inviting others to the table to help us get to the heart of that, and to be really open about what that conversation looks like, what that type of decision making looks like. And it also involves being willing to change our behavior, being able to change our practice around certain areas, and also being willing to admit - if we make a change and it's not successful, then we have to be willing to pivot and try something different. And not hiding that, but really sharing that with our community, sharing it with our law enforcement stakeholders, sharing it with the court. They're all part of our community and we all have to work together to make this happen. It's too important not to.  [00:36:20] Crystal Fincher: It really is. Now you have an opponent who has done some of the things that you haven't been willing to do. He has sought and received endorsements from police unions and from public safety organizations, has taken seemingly a more hard-line and punitive approach - focused a lot on punishment and does not seem to be welcoming diversion to the degree that you do. And just seems to have a completely different perspective. Why, if you're talking to voters, why should they choose you? And what is at stake in this race?  [00:37:04] Leesa Manion: I think the thing that is at stake is that we have this opportunity right now to continue to build this justice system that we should all be proud of. Right now, we have earned a national reputation of being fair, just, and effective. But that doesn't mean that we're perfect, it doesn't mean that we don't have work to do, it doesn't mean that everyone trusts us. So we have an opportunity to build trust. I'm someone who's been doing this work for a very long time. I can hit the ground running, I'm a 'Yes, and...' thinker, representation matters - my lived experience matters. If elected, I would be the first woman and the first person of color to hold this seat, and my perspective and my community involvement and the way I build broad coalitions and the way I collaborate matter. And I think that's why people should vote for me because we have this common ground of wanting things to be fair. We want to feel safe where we work, live, and play. We want to be the community that gives young people a second chance. We want to be a community where victims feel safe, and come forward, and report, and ask for help. We want to be a community that is in this together working toward a common goal.  [00:38:27] Crystal Fincher: Well, thank you so much for spending the time with us today. We will include links to your website for people who are looking for more information and information about your campaign. And just appreciate you taking time to help us get to know you better.  [00:38:41] Leesa Manion: Well, thank you so much, Crystal. Thank you for having me - this was a pleasure and it was a great conversation. Thank you so much.  [00:38:49] Crystal Fincher: I thank you all for listening to Hacks & Wonks on KVRU 105.7 FM. The producer of Hacks & Wonks is Lisl Stadler with assistance from Shannon Cheng. You can find me on Twitter @finchfrii, spelled F-I-N-C-H-F-R-I-I. Now you can follow Hacks & Wonks on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever else you get your podcasts - just type "Hacks & Wonks" into the search bar. Be sure to subscribe to get our Friday almost-live shows and our midweek show delivered to your podcast feed. If you like us, leave a review wherever you listen to Hacks & Wonks. You can also get a full transcript of this episode and links to the resources referenced in the show at officialhacksandwonks.com and in the episode notes.  Thanks for tuning in - we'll talk to you next time.

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
FOMOndays: How to Separate Fads From Trends

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 21:35


This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 72: Wild Nights At Guido Murphy's of Hyannis; Giant Pizza Wars of 1993; E.T. Turns 40; 90's Passing Fads; Groton CT(6-9-2022)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Play 44 sec Highlight Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 51:44


Episode 72 is loaded with flashbacks and wild nights.It begins with a trip back to the Golden Age of Cape Cod nightlife.  Guido Murphy's of Hyannis was one of the most popular, and most infamous, night spots ever on the Cape.  How did it start?  How did it get its reputation?  And what became of it?This week's Road Trip takes us to the seaside, riverside, town of Groton, Connecticut.  Dubbed the Submarine Capital of the World, Groton is also home to historic forts, lighthouses, high-quality cuisine, beaches, and woodlands for hiking.  Get a taste of why you should make it a point to pay it a visit.In the early 1990's all fast food restaurants seemed to be getting in on the bigger is better craze.  Super-sized meals, larger buckets of chicken, it was everywhere.  This extended to pizza chains as well.  For a brief period of time three of the biggest pizza establishments in America went to battle over who had the best 'giant' pizza.  Find out all about it as we go way Back In the Day.We stick with the 1990's for a brand new Top 5.  This will deal with the passing fads of the decade.  Not all were bad, but all were in your face during the time they were popular.  Perhaps you partook in some of these crazes?There is a new This Week In History and Time Capsule centered around the 40th anniversary of one of the biggest films of all-time, E.T.Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogKings of Cape Cod - The DocumentaryGreater Mystic Chamber of CommerceListen to Episode 71 here.Support the show

Forever Ago
Rubik's Cube: The twists and turns of fads

Forever Ago

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 28:57 Very Popular


The Rubik's Cube is a twisty toy that has 43 quintillion possible configurations — and it can also teach us something about trends and fads. Joy and this week's co-host Buddy are visited by Rocky, of long lost Pet Rock fame, who wonders why it isn't still popular. Listen as they all explore the ups and downs of the Rubik's Cube and spot the differneces. Find out who invented the Rubik's Cube, how it's popularity died out and why it's back in a big way now.  We'll also learn about other trends like the flagpole sitting and goldfish eating (really!), and how fads and fashions come and go. Plus, there's a new First Things First with Legos, slime and crossword puzzles. Which do you think came first (no peeking)? We're always looking to hear your suggestions of what to put in the Forever Ago Time Capsule. Upload your recorded answer at ForeverAgo.org/contact.

The Never Gets Old Podcast
Ep 106 - Charles Rosenay The Book Of Top 10 Horror Lists

The Never Gets Old Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022


Book Writer and Monkee Mania Radio DJ Charles Rosenay chats with Mac about his new book and Horror, Beatles and Monkees. They talk about: First Horrow Films. Favorite horror movies and some celebs top ten. Doing Cons. How they first heard of The Monkees. Going against any Fads. Remembering the beautiful soul that was Mike Nesmith. and more! Look for more at The Forever Adventure Network

No Accounting For Taste
Exercise Fads

No Accounting For Taste

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 56:44


No one loves to Exercise, yet Kyle Kinane and Shane Torres are still able to defend the latest Exercise Fads... well, most of them.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Risk Parity Radio
Episode 177: Passive Index Funds, Foolish Consistencies, ZROZ And A Couple Marketing Fads

Risk Parity Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 30:08


In this episode we answer emails from Andrew, Visitor #4691, Nate, and MyContactInfo.  We discuss the new-age-old question about passive indexing and market efficiency, the intersection between the ideas of Max Planck and Ralph Waldo Emerson and how it applies to the development of ideas in portfolio construction, using ZROZ to tax-loss harvest TLT and observations about the promotion by the financial services industry of direct indexing and tax loss harvesting services.Links:Ben Carlson Article about Indexing:  Who Owns All the Stocks & Bonds? (awealthofcommonsense.com)Portfolio Charts Portfolio List:  Portfolios – Portfolio ChartsOptimized Portfolios Lazy Portfolio List:  52 Lazy Portfolios and Their ETF Pies for M1 Finance (2022) (optimizedportfolio.com)Risk Parity Chronicles Mega-Resources Pages:  Resources - Risk Parity ChroniclesPerfect Portfolio book:  In Pursuit of the Perfect Portfolio: The Stories, Voices, and Key Insights of the Pioneers Who Shaped the Way We Invest: Lo, Professor Andrew W: 9780691226446: Amazon.com: BooksWhite Coat Investor Tax Loss Harvesting Article:  The Case Against Tax-Loss Harvesting | White Coat InvestorSupport the show

New Tricks for Old Dogs
Episode No 84: “I'm aging. Save my place.”

New Tricks for Old Dogs

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 24:06


In this episode the Old Dogs speculate on the possibilities of aging in place. We marvel at the mystery of marrying in the metaverse. We bring you another Ads n Fads. We enlighten you with archeological discoveries that have change our view of the world. We coin another bit of Old Doggerel. And we report on the latest opinions about aging in place. The Old Dogs Conversation is with Ted Swindley, a prolific producer of prodigious proportions who developed the worldwide hit Always Patsy Cline.

The Never Gets Old Podcast
Ep -106 Charles Rosenay The Book Of Top 10 Horror Lists

The Never Gets Old Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022


Book Writer and Monkee Mania Radio DJ Charles Rosenay chats with Mac about his new book and Horror, Beatles and Monkees. They talk about: First Horrow Films. Favorite horror movies and some celebs top ten. Doing Cons. How they first heard of The Monkees. Going against any Fads. Remembering the beautiful soul that was Mike Nesmith. and more! Look for more at The Forever Adventure Network

The STRONG Life Podcast with Zach Even - Esh
Anthony Oliveira | Life Lessons, Strength Lessons, Great Training Partners & Cutting through the Fads & Gimmicks.

The STRONG Life Podcast with Zach Even - Esh

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 110:25


STRONG Life Podcast ep 314 with Anthony Oliveira. Life Lessons, Strength Lessons, Great Training Partners & Cutting through the Fads & Gimmicks.  LOTS of fire in this episode and a WARNING: * This Episode is HEATED with Adult Language * Follow Anthony: https://www.instagram.com/trigger_warning_conjugate/ Resources: http://SSPCoach.com - Strength & Sports Performance Coach Cert https://instagram.com/zevenesh https://UndergroundStrengthCoach.com

Keeping it Casual with The Girl in Gucci Glasses
Fads, fitness + fake news ft. Lizzy Long

Keeping it Casual with The Girl in Gucci Glasses

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 28:10


Hot Girl Summer is not only a state of being, but a mentality. And as all of the girls know, it all starts with accountability. So this week I brought on Licensed Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach Lizzy Long to answer your wellness questions and provide some general tips for us to all live our hottest summer yet. Fellow influencers, you might not like what we are going to say, because we are about to crush some of your fave diets…and that includes your flat tummy tea. PS: if you just want to shit your brains out, skip the tea, and just buy a laxative. I just saved you $30 and an instagram bullying sesh. You're welcome. Follow Lizzy on IG: instagram.com/liz_fit123 and on the World Wide Web: https://www.liz-fit.com/home --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thegirlingucciglasses/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegirlingucciglasses/support

To Your Good Health Radio
"Ask the Doctor" with Dr. Friedman

To Your Good Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022


In this episode of "Ask the Doctor", Dr. Friedman answers some of his listeners' most pressing questions. Listen in for all the details.In this episode of "Ask the Doctor", Dr. Friedman answers some of his listeners' most pressing questions. Listen in for all the details. This inflation is unbearable. With food prices on the rise, are there any money-saving strategies that you can share?Nancy Meadows - Schaumburg, ILI drink 1-2 glasses of red wine with dinner. Is there a specific type of red wine that's healthier or does it not matter?Eileen Mitchells - Valdosta, GA  An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Are some healthier than others, and what about the sugar content in apples?Brenda O'Brien - Casper, WYI want organic pasture-raised eggs, but always doubt the ones in the grocery store are actually pasture-raised. Do I need to go to a farmers market?Kristin McCarthy - Springhill, TNI have a food intolerance to several things I used to be able to eat with no problem. Why all of a sudden am I not able to eat foods I used to love?Dolores Cohen, Tennessee I love to salt my food. Is salt really as bad as we've been led to believe?Mark Evans - Tampa, FLI suffer from candida and try all of the supplements but it always returns. Any suggestions? Ann Burkus, Sarasota, FL I'm drinking a lot of lemon water but I'm worried all of the acidity is bad for my stomach. Do you concur?Pat Richards - Raleigh, NCAre meal replacement shakes & bars ok to use instead of eating food if I want to lose weight?Fran Denison - Albuquerque, NMI suffer from migraines. Is there a supplement I can take that might help? Anna Edwards, Asheville, NCDo you have a question for Dr. Friedman? Send it to you him at AskTheDoctor@ToYourGoodHealthRadio.comIf he answers your question on the air, he'll send you a signed copy of his award-winning, #1 bestselling book, Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads and Fiction. He'll also include a free copy of his audiobook, “America's Unbalanced Diet” (over a million copies sold!).To stay up to date with Dr. Friedman's latest articles, videos, and interviews, go to DrDavidFriedman.com.You can follow him on social media:Twitter and Facebook: @DrDavidFriedmanInstagram: @DrDFriedman