In this episode, Rivers heads back to the Record Parlour in Hollywood, CA to dig through the Bargain Bin for weird LPs with comedians Kevin Anderson and Kaye. Follow Kevin and Joe on social media @KBAndersonYo and @JoeCharlesKaye. The albums we talked about are as follows: Heritage - 'A Touch of Country' Gilbert O'Sullivan - 'I'm a Writer, Not a Fighter' Brownsmith - 'Brownsmith' Jonathan Edwards - 'Have a Good Time for Me' The Babys - 'On the Edge' Johnny Lee - ''Til the Bars Burn Down' Blanchard & Morgan - 'Birds of a Feather' O'Bryan - 'You and I' Pat Williams - 'Heavy Vibrations' Jo Jo Gunne - 'So... Where's the Show?' Dumptruck - 'For the Country' Johnny Bond - 'Bottles Up' Subscribe on Patreon for HOURS of bonus content and growing ALL THE TIME! http://patreon.com/TheGoodsPod Pick up a Goods from the Woods t-shirt at: http://prowrestlingtees.com/TheGoodsPod
Congratulations are in order for all of our newly promoted Shipmates! Since this is the episode before Thanksgiving that won't be heard until after, the guys and Tish discuss thanksgiving plans that will be memories by the time you hear this. What would it take for you to eat thanksgiving dinner on your ship if you're not on duty or a member of the Triad? Shout out to the duty sections holding it down and standing the watch during the holidays. Should single Sailors stand duty on Christmas to let their shipmates with children have the day with their families? How much would a “drug deal” like that cost though? With the release of NAVADMIN 277/23, the suspension of high-year tenure is now indefinite. Damo addresses UH Barracks residents stealing from unmanned NEX Micro Mart self check out machines. Somehow this turns into a DRB conversation. The trio discusses President Biden's recent visit to Norfolk Naval Base. The Navy has been doing a lot better with respecting people's time while on leave. However, what are some of the reasons why you would want to be bothered while on leave? Is the Safety and Occupational Health manual being phased out? The Navy seeks to raise the allowable limits of accidental whale collisions. The Army is trying to get the people that they kicked out due to refusing the COVID vaccine back. They ain't coming back y'all. Do Better: Damon - People claiming that veterans will no longer receive a pension because of BRS. Damo - Meta trying to force the Threads app on us. The guys get into the things they are thankful for. Tish reflects on what she appreciates. Damo asks Tish to stand on statements that she made in the last episode. The team discusses getting leadership getting Sailors accolades for their own satisfaction and bragging rights. What's the hardest trait to work against when it comes to mentorship and development. These and more topics are covered in this episode. Remember to follow the ‘Permission to Speak Freely' podcast on TikTok, Facebook, Discord, Instagram, Twitter, and subscribe on YouTube. Keep up with the ‘Permission to Speak Freely' podcast on our social media and Youtube - https://linktr.ee/Ptsfpodcast Links and more from this Episode: NAVADMIN 277/23: HIGH YEAR TENURE PLUS PILOT INDEFINITE EXTENSION - https://www.mynavyhr.navy.mil/Portals/55/Messages/NAVADMIN/NAV2023/NAV23277.txt?ver=NhANfDPuNb2RTARGubq3gQ%3d%3d Army Recruiting Down Bad - https://www.businessinsider.com/us-army-invites-back-vaccine-refusing-soldiers-amid-recruitment-crisis-2023-11?amp Additional Credits: PTSF “Theme Music” - Produced by Lim0
Pyramid Lake cutthroat trout; Eagle Lake conditions; Berryessa "turnover"; American and Feather river steelhead; Camanche Lake trout; Clear Lake bass & crappie; Delta sturgeon; Southern San Joaquin stripers; New Melones trout.
On today's episode of The Coffee Break, Russ spoke with Kendra Feather of KNEB about the 40th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner of the Valley. The Coffee Break is the daily Christian talk and local events program on Hope Radio KCMI 97.1FM serving the Scottsbluff, NE area. Tune in for interviews with authors, musicians, pastors, and others in the Christian community and our local area! Visit our website: www.kcmifm.com Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/kcmifm
JOHN McCUTCHEON AND TOM PAXTON JOIN FORCES TO CREATE THEIR FIRST JOINT RECORDING TITLED ‘TOGETHER' John McCutcheon and Tom Paxton have been pals for decades, but it was COVID and Zoom that turned them into a songwriting team. Every Monday at 2PM they'd tell jokes, reminisce about old friends, and, of course, talk lots of sports. What happens when two of folk music's most beloved and prolific songwriters join forces? Songs about history, the news, baseball, cowboys, America, love, the remembered, the forgotten. The arrangements are compelling, the production pristine, and the performances stunning. From the stirring “Ukrainian Now” to the hilarious “Same Old Crap,” the immigrant story of “In America” to the heart stopping finale, “Together,” each song shines as would be expected of this partnership. John McCutcheon & Tom Paxton together have seeded the folk music landscape with hundreds of songs, sung by thousands for decades. With the album ‘Together', they add another bunch of great new ones to the repertoire of our time. And, given the bounty of those Monday afternoons, this is only the beginning. PLEASE WELCOME TWO FOLK LEGENDS JOHN MCCUTCHEON AND TOM PAXTON TO INTERVIEWING THE LEGENDS … PURCHASE THE LATEST ALBUM BY Tom Paxton and John McCutcheon entitled ‘Together' The long-awaited collaboration between two of folk music's most beloved and prolific songwriters. The COVID pandemic finally brought these two old friends together via weekly Zoom cowriting sessions. This fourteen-song collection released on Appalsongs Records, barely scratches the surface of the hundred-or-so songs John & Tom came up with. With pristine production and world-class musicianship, the songs cover ground from Ukraine to Ellis Island to Shakey's Pizza to a cowboy campfire. Available at amazon.com FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT Tom Paxton and John McCutcheon Visit www.tompaxton.com Tom Paxton Official website https://www.facebook.com/TomPaxtonMusic Tom Paxton Facebook https://twitter.com/TomPaxtonMusic Tom Paxton Twitter https://open.spotify.com/artist/55kipiKplrHBCZN6L1gtrv?si=1zajLLTqRTCVDbks6uFPeA&nd=1 Tom Paxton Spotify www.folkmusic.com John McCutcheon Official website www.facebook.com/people/John-McCutcheon/100063915871608 John McCutcheon Facebook https://twitter.com/mccutcheonfolk John McCutcheon Twitter TOM PAXTON DISCOGRAPHY Discography I'm the Man That Built the Bridges [live] (Gaslight, 1962) Ramblin' Boy (Elektra, 1964) Ain't That News! (Elektra, 1965) Outward Bound (Elektra, 1966) Morning Again (Elektra, 1968) The Things I Notice Now (Elektra, 1969) Tom Paxton 6 (Elektra, 1970) The Compleat Tom Paxton [live in June 1970 at the Bitter End nightclub, Greenwich Village, Lower Manhattan, New York City] (Elektra, 1971) How Come the Sun (Reprise, 1971) Peace Will Come (Reprise, 1972) New Songs for Old Friends [live] (Reprise, 1973) Children's Song Book (Bradleys, 1974) (reissued in the U.S. ten years later under the title The Marvelous Toy and Other Gallimaufry (Cherry Lane / Flying Fish, 1984) Something in My Life (Private Stock, 1975) Saturday Night (MAM, 1976) New Songs from the Briarpatch [live] (Vanguard, 1977) Heroes (Vanguard, 1978) Up and Up (Mountain Railroad, 1979) The Paxton Report (Mountain Railroad, 1980) Bulletin (Hogeye, 1983) Even a Gray Day (Flying Fish, 1983) Tom Paxton in the Orchard (Cherry Lane Records, 1984) One Million Lawyers and Other Disasters (Flying Fish, 1985) A Paxton Primer (Pax, 1986) Folksong Festival 1986 (Pax, 1986) And Loving You (Flying Fish, 1986) Balloon-alloon-alloon (Sony Kids' Music, 1987) Politics Live [live] (Flying Fish, 1988) The Very Best of Tom Paxton (Flying Fish, 1988) In The Orchard [live] (Sundown Records, 1988) Storyteller (Start Records Ltd, 1989) It Ain't Easy (Flying Fish, 1991) A Child's Christmas (Sony Kids' Music, 1992) Peanut Butter Pie (Sony Kids' Music, 1992) Suzy Is a Rocker (Sony Kids' Music, 1992) Wearing the Time (Sugar Hill, 1994) Live: For the Record [live] (Sugar Hill, 1996) A Child's Christmas/Marvelous Toy and Other Gallimaufry (Delta, 1996) A Car Full of Songs (Sony Kids' Music, 1997) Goin' to the Zoo (Rounder, 1997) I've Got a Yo-Yo (Rounder, 1997) The Best of Tom Paxton (Hallmark, 1997) Live in Concert [live] (Strange Fruit, 1998) Fun Animal Songs (Delta, 1999) Fun Food Songs (Delta, 1999) A Car Full of Fun Songs (Delta, 1999) I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound: The Best of Tom Paxton (Rhino, 1999) Best of the Vanguard Years (Vanguard, 2000) Stars in Their Eyes (Cub Creek Records, 2000), duet with Mark Elliott Live From Mountain Stage [live] (Blue Plate, 2001) Under American Skies (Appleseed and Koch International, 2001) Ramblin' Boy/Ain't That News! (Warner Strategic Marketing, 2002) Your Shoes, My Shoes (Red House, 2002) Looking for the Moon (Appleseed, 2002) American Troubadour (Music Club, 2003) Best of Friends [live on February 16, 1985 at Holsteins folk club, Chicago, Illinois] (Appleseed Recordings, 2004) (originally taped for broadcast by WFMT's The Midnight Special radio show by its host, Rich Warren) The Compleat Tom Paxton (Even Compleater) [live] (Rhino Handmade, 2004) Outward Bound/Morning Again (Wea/Rhino, 2004) Live in the UK [live] (Pax, 2005) Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop [live] (Shout Factory, 2006) Comedians and Angels (Appleseed, 2008) Redemption Road (Pax Records, 2015) Boat in the Water (Pax Records, 2017) Live at Portland, Oregon, November 7, 2017 (2018) with The Don Juans The Essential (Apple Music, 2019) Live! (Bandcamp, 2019) with The Don Juans Rabbit (Misra, 2022) with Buffalo Rose Together (2023) with John McCutcheon BOOKS: Aesop's Fables (William Morrow & Co, 1988) Belling the Cat and Other Aesop's Fables (William Morrow & Co, 1990) Engelbert the Elephant (William Morrow & Co, 1990) Androcles and the Lion: And Other Aesop's Fables (William Morrow & Co, 1991) Birds of a Feather and Other Aesop's Fables (William Morrow & Co, 1993) The Animals' Lullaby (Let Me Read, Level 3) (William Morrow & Co, 1993) Where's the Baby? (HarperCollins, 1993) Engelbert Moves the House (Let Me Read, Level 3) (Good Year Books, 1995) The Story of Santa Claus (HarperCollins, 1995) The Story of the Tooth Fairy (William Morrow & Company, 1996) Going to the Zoo (William Morrow & Company, 1996) Meet Tom Paxton – An Interview With Tom Paxton: Level 3 Reader (Good Year Books, 1996) Engelbert Joins the Circus (HarperCollins, 1997) The Jungle Baseball Game (Morrow Junior, 1999) Jennifer's Rabbit (HarperCollins, 2001) John McCutcheon Discography How Can I Keep from Singing? (June Appal Recordings, 1975) The Wind That Shakes the Barley (June Appal Recordings and Rounder, 1977)* From Earth To Heaven (June Appal Recordings, 1978) (As part of group Wry Straw) Barefoot Boy with Boots On (Rounder, 1980) Fine Times at Our House (Rounder, 1982; reissued Greenhays, 2010) Howjadoo (Rounder, 1983) Winter Solstice (Rounder, 1984, with Trapezoid and Washington Bach Consort) Signs of the Times (Rounder, 1986, with Si Kahn) Step By Step: Hammer Dulcimer Duets, Trios and Quartets (Rounder, 1986) Gonna Rise Again (Rounder, 1987) Mail Myself to You (Rounder, 1988) Water from Another Time: A Retrospective (Rounder, 1989) What It's Like (Rounder, 1990) Live at Wolf Trap (Rounder, 1991) Family Garden (Rounder, 1993) Between the Eclipse (Rounder, 1995) Summersongs (series: John McCutcheon's Four Seasons) (Rounder, 1995) Wintersongs (series: John McCutcheon's Four Seasons) (Rounder, 1995) Nothing to Lose (Rounder, 1995) Sprout Wings and Fly (Rounder, 1997) Bigger Than Yourself (Rounder, 1997, co-written by Si Kahn) Doing Our Job (Rounder, 1997, with Tom Chapin) Autumnsongs (series: John McCutcheon's Four Seasons) (Rounder, 1998, family album) Springsongs (series: John McCutcheon's Four Seasons) (Rounder, 1999, family album) Storied Ground (Rounder, 1999) Supper's on the Table (Rounder, 2001, retrospective) The Greatest Story Never Told (Red House Records, 2002) Hail to the Chief (self-published, 2003) Hammer Dulcimer Repertoire (Homespun Tapes, 2003; CD and book) Stand Up! Broadsides for Our Time (self-published, 2004; reissue 2010) Welcome the Traveler Home: The Winfield Songs (self-published, 2004; reissue 2010) Mightier Than the Sword (Appalsongs, 2005) This Fire (Appalsongs, 2007) The Hammer Dulcimer (Hal Leonard, 2007; 6 CDs and booklet) Sermon on the Mound (Appalsongs, 2008) Untold (Appalsongs, 2009) Passage (Appalsongs, 2010) This Land: Woody Guthrie's America (Appalsongs, 2011) 22 Days (Appalsongs, 2013) Joe Hill's Last Will (Appalsongs, 2015) Trolling for Dreams (Appalsongs, 2017) Ghost Light (Appalsongs, 2018) To Everyone in All the World: A Celebration of Pete Seeger (Appalsongs, 2019) Cabin Fever: Songs from the Quarantine (Appalsongs, 2020) Bucket List (Appalsongs, 2021) Support us on PayPal!
Mike Finoia joins Jared on this Monday's episode of The JTrain Podcast, to read your emails and answer questions about missing someone after a three month relationship ends, ending an engagement after moving in with someone, dating as a woman in your 30's, re shooting your shot after six years of not seeing someone, and introducing your boyfriend to your friend group. Check it out, and enjoy!Check out Mike's new special 'Don't Let Me Down' here: https://youtu.be/0JndmbIQkMw?si=PREZWtHWlwelBkXsWatch Jared Freid's Netflix special '37 and Single' here: https://www.netflix.com/title/81712329?s=i&trkid=258593161Subscribe to Jared's YouTube channel for full video episodes and stand up clips: youtube.com/jaredfreidSponsored by: Nutrafol (Support the show & get $10 off your 1st month's subscription of Nutrafol at https://www.nutrafol.com & use promo code FEATHER), Lume (Control Body Odor ANYWHERE with @lumedeodorant & get $5 off off your Starter Pack (that's over 40% off) with promo code JTRAIN5 at LumePodcast.com! #lumepod), MeUndies (Support the show & get 25% off & free shipping on your 1st MeUndies order. Head to https://www.meundies.com/JTRAIN)Subscribe to the JTrain Patreon now at www.patreon.com/jaredfreidinstagram.com/jaredfreid // instagram.com/mikefinoiaSubscribe to The JTrain Podcast on Apple Podcasts: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/
Sandy B sharing at the Birds of a Feather conference held in Atlanta Georgia in April of 2008, if you are not familiar with Sandy he was one of the most popular speakers in AA for many years. Email: email@example.com Support Sober Cast: https://sobercast.com/donate AA Event List: https://scast.us/events If you have an AA roundup, retreat, convention or workshop coming up, we would be happy to give you a shout out here on the podcast and list the event on the Sober Cast website. Visit the link above and look for "Submit Your Event" in the blue box. Sober Cast has 2400+ episodes available, visit SoberCast.com to access all the episodes where you can easily find topics or specific speakers using tags or search. https://sobercast.com
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Charles Evans Hughes may not have become president, but he still has one of the most impressive resumés in American history: Governor of New York, Secretary of State, and both Associate and Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Any town in the U.S. would be glad to have a native son of such accomplishment. And indeed, his home town of Glens Falls is happy to promote their connection to Hughes. Joining us for this episode is Glens Falls newspaperman and Hughes expert Maury Thompson.
Sigrid Nunez won the 2018 National Book Award for The Friend, a ''beautiful'' novel ''crammed with a world of insight into death, grief, art, and love'' (The Wall Street Journal) in which a woman is forced to adopt her deceased best friend's Great Dane. The recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Berlin Prize, the Rome Prize in Literature, and a Whiting Award, she is also the author of What Are You Going Through, Salvation City, The Last of Her Kind, A Feather on the Breath of God, and Sempre Susan, a memoir about her friend and mentor Susan Sontag. In The Vulnerables, Nunez offers a comic and elegiac study of a solitary female narrator who ponders questions of connection in our time of collective angst. A ''slim jewel of a novel'' that is ''what fiction should be'' (The New York Times Book Review), Henry Hoke's Open Throat follows the surreal Hollywood Hills wanderings of a lonely and inadvertently wise mountain lion grappling with desperate hunger, the intricacies of gender, and the challenges of urban living. Hoke is also the author of four other books, including a memoir titled Sticker, and his play At Sundown premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. His other work has appeared in No Tokens, Triangle House, Electric Literature, Carve, and the flash noir anthology Tiny Crimes. Co-creator of the Los Angeles-based Enter>text performance series and the humor editor at The Offing, he has taught at CalArts and the UVA Young Writers Workshop. Because you love Author Events, please make a donation to keep our podcasts free for everyone. THANK YOU! (recorded 11/16/2023)
We had the pleasure of interviewing Kayla DiVenere over Zoom video!Rising star Kayla DiVenere, the 19-year-old actress, singer-songwriter with a dedicated online following, has taken the music scene by storm with her latest single "Date Myself." The song's release marks a powerful moment of self-discovery and empowerment for the young artist. Kayla explains, "Writing “Date Myself” reminded me of how beautiful it is to spend time by yourself and how important it is to be comfortable owning your self-love and high standards. Being able to hear it back after writing it and to scream it at the top of my lungs has comforted me more than any guy has, and I hope it can comfort people too in any way they can relate to it."In "Date Myself," Kayla candidly shares her own experience with the pitfalls of dating, as she exclaims, "I kinda wanna date myself." The inspiration for the song emerged during a conversation with her mother about her tumultuous dating history. Recognizing the universality of the sentiment, Kayla transformed this heartfelt confession into an anthem for anyone navigating the often treacherous world of dating. The track encourages listeners to embrace the beauty of spending time with themselves and to unapologetically prioritize self-love and high standards.Known for her roles on hit TV shows like "Law & Order," Hulu's "Love Victor," and Hulu's "Light as a Feather," as well as feature films such as "Under the Silver Lake," Kayla DiVenere has already made a significant impact on television screens across the United States. However, her passion for music led her to explore the world of songwriting, resulting in a flourishing music career with millions of streams across all platforms, and over 200,000 followers on social media. In 2020, Kayla released her debut single, "Justin Bieber," which garnered attention for its pop melodies and sweet vocals, showcasing her ability to craft authentic and relatable lyrics. Wonderland Magazine praised the song, stating, "Known for her delicate and genuine lyricism, the singer pulls on inspiration from her own past, to create a light-hearted and fun bop."Following her debut, Kayla continued to release captivating singles, including "PSYCHOPATH" in 2021 and "Megan Fox" in 2022. "Megan Fox" stands out as a powerful exploration of the pressures and insecurities stemming from unattainable beauty standards. Kayla's unflinching honesty in the song resonates with many as she addresses the challenges of feeling inadequate in relationships while surrounded by unrealistic ideals of perfection.Her first release of 2023, "Jumping the Gun," showcases Kayla's continued growth as a versatile artist, adding depth to her expanding catalog. Kayla's latest releases have earned her a spot on some Spotify's top playlists, such as Pop Rising, New Pop Picks, Salt and All New Rock. With "Date Myself," Kayla DiVenere reaffirms her position as a rising force in the music industry, combining relatable lyrics, catchy melodies, and a powerful message of self-love and empowerment. The single is now available on all major streaming platforms, and fans can expect more exciting music and performances from this young sensation in the near future.We want to hear from you! Please email Hello@BringinitBackwards.comwww.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #KaylaDiVenere #NewMusic #ZoomListen & Subscribe to BiBhttps://www.bringinitbackwards.com/followFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpodThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4972373/advertisement
Kurt talks with Kenny Bottom, owner and operator of Pig Feathers Farm and What's Smokin'?, out of Hephzibah, GA, about his journey into BBQ after working in the railroad industry as a locomotive engineer for over 19 years to now creating and running three businesses, starting his pork business, why he bought a trailer over a truck and if he'd do it again, the conception of his lemonade stand business and tips on how to increase your ticket prices, the biggest lesson he's learned in the past year, questions he asks when someone wants to book a food truck, and more! “Pasture raised is a lifestyle.” Follow and connect with Kenny Bottoms at the links below! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrpigfeather/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kenny.bottoms Pig Feathers Farm: https://www.pigfeathers.farm/ What's Smokin: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100085930544746&mibextid=LQQJ4d Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Facebook! Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3YkKv7h Spotify: http://bit.ly/3RvpAwc Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebarbequelife/reviews Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter: https://linktr.ee/thebarbequelife Want to reach us? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org KEEP CALM AND SMOKE ON! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thebarbequelife/message
What hidden messages make Disney cartoons so impactful and enduring? Disney cartoons were groundbreaking. They introduced synchronized soundtracks in 1928, and today, they create extravaganzas that sweep audiences into tears and laughter, offering role models of virtue. Archetypal themes, often drawn from fairytales, thrum through the storylines appealing to the archaic levels of our psyche. Prepare to discover where Hermes is hidden in one of the characters, how childhood trauma activates archetypal helpers, whether Dumbo is a symbol of hope or a defense against maturation, how separation of the mother is required to actualize one's potential, why symbols are necessary to bolster ego strength and so much more… FIND A COPY OF THE DREAM WE ANALYZE HERE: https://thisjungianlife.com/dumbo-2/ Hey everyone, our upcoming episode will focus on Nightmares, and we're looking for your input. If you've had a nightmare that significantly impacted you, we're interested in hearing about it. We'll select a few of these to analyze and discuss in the episode. Share your nightmare with us HERE: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDE8UKFJfpVM-CIUKP4ObfyztH6GnzOxfPLOb4NjwZZArJcw/viewform Try new stuff: Learn to Interpret Dreams: https://thisjungianlife.com/join-dream-school/ Support Us On Patreon (keep us free of corporate influence): https://www.patreon.com/ThisJungianLife Share Your Dream With Us: https://thisjungianlife.com/share-your-dream/ Suggest A Podcast Topic: https://thisjungianlife.com/podcast-form-topics/ Get Some TJL Merch: https://www.zazzle.com/store/thisjungianlife/products Talk to Us: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s64kO4GHHD8 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisjungianlifepodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThisJungianLife Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisJungianLife/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thisjungianlife/
Buckle up your helmets and shimmy into those shoulder pads, because we're about to downhill off-road unicycle into a precariously fun Bagel Bite and the only thing more important than safety is style. This episode we're chatting about all the topics you didn't think you needed to know about and still probably don't. From non-denominational sabbaths and One Wheeling, to teacup rules and lotion on the feet, we'll dazzle you with the sheer amount of subjects we can cover in a short amount of time. Resources Teacup vs. Coffee Cup - The Important Differences - Foods Guy To keep this horse train running (but this isn't a threat): ko-fi.com/weirdsofafeather Find us on Instagram: @weirdsofafeather Join our Facebook group: Weirds of a Feather
Should we do today's show topless? Folks are upset early about the Balloon Party Fan Page. Vacation discussion. We are ass ponies. Talking turkey. Ken Rosenthal audio about the Cardinals not trading Nolan Arenado. The Braves are also in on Nola & Gray. The boys talk it over. The different tiers of free agent pitchers. Wilson Contreras. Will Yadi end up being on the staff? Plowsy on fire with the drops. Ed Herman from Brown & Crouppen in studio talking baseball. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rabbi Zoë Klein roots her new creations in the millennial tradition of Jewish Storytelling. Rabbi Zoë Klein serves Temple Isaiah in Los Angeles, California where she brings her unique blend of innovation and tradition. At Temple Isaiah since 2000, she has served as Associate Rabbi, Senior Rabbi and Director of Adult Education and Engagement. A Connecticut native, Rabbi Klein holds a degree in Psychology from Brandeis University, and a Masters in Hebrew Literature and Rabbinic Ordination from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York and Jerusalem. She pursued the rabbinate out of a passion for ancient texts, mythology, liturgy, and poetry. Rabbi Klein is the author of the novel Drawing in the Dust (Gallery Books, 2009) of which Publishers Weekly wrote, “Insight into the world of biblical excavation in Israel raises Rabbi Klein's debut novel from a Jewish Da Vinci Code to an emotionally rich story of personal and historical discovery.” Drawing in the Dust has been published in five countries. Rabbi Klein is also the author of the children's story The Goblins of Knottingham: A History of Challah (Apples & Honey, 2017) and the collection of short stories, Candle, Feather, Wooden Spoon (CCAR Press, 2023). Rabbi Klein's writing is included in The Women's Torah Commentary, Teen Texts, Holy Ground: A Gathering of Voices on Caring for Creation, The Sacred Exchange: Creating a Jewish Money Ethic and more. Her poems and prayers are used in houses of prayer around the world.
You may have been saddened to hear about singer Sabrina Carpenter recently releasing a very inappropriate music video. It's important to be aware that the video for her song "Feather" is something your kids should stay away from. Timmerie discusses the controversial music video and criticizes the video for its desecration of a Catholic church and its portrayal of toxic themes. She describes the video's storyline, which involves Sabrina Carpenter attending a funeral for men who fought over her and includes a scene where she kills a man for taking her photo without consent. Timmerie expresses her shock and disapproval of the content, mentioning how it promotes negative traits like vengeance, manipulation, and self-centeredness. She contrasts these with virtues such as humility, forgiveness, and charity, encouraging young women to embrace these positive values. Timmerie stresses the importance of using one's beauty and femininity for good, establishing healthy boundaries, and engaging in acts of charity and humility. Don't give up hope! Be sure to pray for Sabrina's conversion and for young women to pursue virtue in today's toxic culture. (Some content may not be appropriate for all audiences.)
How does a 25-year-old woman from Salt Lake City end up facilitating peace negotiations during a civil war in South Sudan? This week on “Jesuitical,” Zac and Ashley are joined by Elizabeth Boyle, an International Relations Officer in the Community of Sant'Egidio, a lay social movement of the Catholic Church whose mission focuses on three “P”s: “prayer, peace, and the poor.” Zac and Ashley talk to Elizabeth about: The journey that brought Elizabeth to peacebuilding and the work she's doing with the Community of Sant'Egidio in Rome What her work in South Sudan reveals about the challenges and possibilities of peacemaking How Catholics (and the church) can integrate peace into their spirituality In Signs of the Times, Ashley and Zac discuss Pope Francis' recent announcement that he would travel to Dubai to attend COP28. Then, they get into a most pressing issue facing the church: Sabrina Carpenter's “Feather” music video, which caused an uproar after being filmed in the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Brooklyn. Links from the show: Interview: Pope Francis' presence at COP28 climate conference in Dubai is ‘without precedence' Brooklyn bishop ‘appalled' over music video shot in Catholic church, will investigate Podcast: When Catholic doctrine can change—and when it can't The Community of Sant'Egidio What's on tap? Lambrusco Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you sign a moose up for a ceramics class, she's gonna want to start an entire pottery business, which is exactly how our guest Jami ended up with an industrial-sized kiln in her basement. In Part 2 Jami is taking over Hobby Collectors to tell us about her journey down the ceramics rabbit hole, how the artform helped her move through grief, some ways to get started with clay, and why it's (mostly) a good hobby for ADHDers. We're also revealing who we are now, getting into some of Jami's many Quirks, sharing Things We Really Want to Learn How to Do but Will Probably Never Make the Time to Do (but maybe!), and chomping down on a juicy Pizza Secret with a side of schadenfreude for the little guy. Resources Jami's website: Ferny Ceramics Jami's Instagram: @fernyceramics To keep this horse train running (but this isn't a threat): ko-fi.com/weirdsofafeather Find us on Instagram: @weirdsofafeather Join our Facebook group: Weirds of a Feather
Music videos at Meramec Caverns. Audio of Ian Eagle getting a ball thrown at him last night during the Nets and Clippers. Ian Eagle's greatness. Who's the best play-by-play voice in the game? Looking at the ESPN MLB projections for free agent contracts. Further discussion of the Cardinals offseason. Vacation policy. Iggy's vacation/email. EMOTD. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andy Crouppen in the building from Brown & Crouppen. Talking sandwiches and the new office on The Hill. Why doesn't Jackson answer the phones? Larry Nickel joins us for the WWE Recap. South American countries. John Mozeliak's comments about the state of the offseason. The dais reacts to the President of Baseball Operations comments. Will Yadi be joining the staff? Could Drinkwitz get attention from other schools if the Tigers win out? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the Home for Wayward OCs! Today's episode features Anna and her body-sharing OCs Feather in the Wind and Naiyera Everlight! We discuss home-brewed settings, cracking infusion, curse goop, pet moths, and past and present selves.This episode contains mentions of body-swapping, body-sharing, setting-typical violence, and death.Theme: “Violet” by Podington BearEmail: email@example.comTwitter and Bluesky: @waywardocpod and #WaywardOCpodNetwork: @cornerpodnet, firstname.lastname@example.org, and cornerpodcastnetwork.tumblr.comChristina (she/her): @cwoodsart on Bluesky and TwitterAnna (she/her): @palindrome on Bluesky, Crooked Russian Cam (@CRCpodcasts): Jemjammer #JemjammerFriendly Pod Promo: Telling our Twisted Histories, RadioCanada Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Melky Cabrera Get ready for a wild ride on the rodeo-meets-roost showdown as the Cowboys and Eagles prepare for the ultimate NFC East duel. Melky, Goobie & special guest Bah are lassoing laughs and wrangling wit to preview the clash between the two rivals. Expect laughs, touchdown talk, and maybe even a few poultry jokes that will have you clucking. So saddle up, because this episode is hotter than a jalapeño on a Texan summer day!
It's a momentous occasion this week as we are joined by Isabella Boylston and Connor Holloway for a special episode of Ballerina Book Club. Quickly read “A Feather on the Breath of God” to avoid spoilers. Ballerina Book Club Books & Stuff Sigrid Nunez New York Times Profile ◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠ ➩ WEBSITE ◦ YOUTUBE ◦ INSTAGRAM ➩ SUPPORT W/$.99 ◦ PATREON ◦ THE MERCH ➩ REID ◦ JEREMY ◦ JACK ◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠ ➩ email@example.com ◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠◠
Joel WoodJoel Wood, "Mikwanak Kamôsakinat" (One Who Picks Up Feathers or Feather pick up man).Joel is Plains Cree from Maskwacîs, AB, CAN. Treaty 6 Territory. Joel is a singer, songwriter, motivational speaker, champion dancer. He is also a member of 9X GRAMMY Nominated & Multi-award winning Powwow/Rounddance drum group, Northern Cree. Joel is alcohol & drug free and is an advocate for walking on the red road.https://music.apple.com/us/album/sing-pray-love/1713217646https://instagram.com/joelalexwood?igshid=OGQ5ZDc2ODk2ZA==https://www.facebook.com/nc.joelwood?mibextid=LQQJ4dhttps://youtube.com/@joelalexwood?feature=sharedhttps://www.tiktok.com/@joelalexwood?_t=8h0n0nG5zrT&_r=1Support the show
Joe List joins Jared in the Luxury Lounge this week to read your emails and answer questions about unsubscribing from emails, helping setting up a wedding, wearing a custom t shirt to a workout boot camp, unsolicited birthday messages, online massage scheduling, people taking phone calls at the beach, bad TV options in hotels, not having menu options fort work lunch, and more! Check it out, and enjoy! Check out Joe's new special 'Enough for Everyone' here: https://youtu.be/fkE8_bHaXiU?si=ZyrEwJRosqtRF1ctSubscribe to Jared's YouTube channel for full video episodes and stand up clips: youtube.com/jaredfreidSponsored by: Nutrafol (Support the show & take $10 off your 1st month of Nutrafol at https://www.nutrafol.com with promo code FEATHER) & Manscaped (Support the show & get 20% off & free shipping at https://www.manscaped.com with the code JTRAIN)Subscribe to the JTrain Patreon now at www.patreon.com/jaredfreidinstagram.com/jaredfreid // instagram.com/joelistcomedySubscribe to The JTrain Podcast on Apple Podcasts: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/
Na maanden van voorbereiden is het eindelijk zo ver: het nieuw bedrijf van Anne en Esther, Feather Moms, is live! Dit merk biedt supplementen die speciaal zijn ontworpen voor gebruik tijdens de zwangerschap. Tijdens Esthers zwangerschap misten zowel Anne als Esther een merk met leuke en effectieve supplementen. Zo is het idee van Feather Moms ontstaan! Hoe zijn ze een nieuw bedrijf gestart? En komen er meer producten aan? Bekijk de talkshow op YouTube voor een leuke win-actie!
Open up your ears, swallow down your gum, and grab your emotional support knitting, because this episode we're joined by a very special guest and she deserves your undivided attention. Jami has been guest starring on every episode so far in her mind and now it's finally happening for realsies. In Part 1 we're getting into her ADHD journey from schoolyard crow to diagnosed adult, ways she and her neuroticklish children address their inner Kevins, how DBT helps her manage her traits and embrace her strengths, and why Maine is objectively the best place to live. Resources Jami's website: Ferny Ceramics Jami's Instagram: @fernyceramics To keep this horse train running (but this isn't a threat): ko-fi.com/weirdsofafeather Find us on Instagram: @weirdsofafeather Join our Facebook group: Weirds of a Feather
What happens when you take a career pause to explore? What opportunities and self-growth come your way? This episode is about taking chances and ditching the rules. We go deep into what it looks like to take career pauses, job breaks and to reconnect with yourself and the world. Alexandra Jimenez, founder of Travel Fashion Girl joins FGN to talk living life your way. Alexandra grew her travel blog to 7 figures by bringing women together from around the world and empowering them to discover its many corners. She currently runs the largest women's travel conference, Women's Travel Fest and is making the big decision to pause, reconnect and go back to her passion of exploring - this time with her daughter. Listen for inspiration on opportunities outside the box! In this podcast episode: (01:53) Living in the present moment (02:48) Personal vs Professional Development (08:00) Taking a Leap of Faith (13:40) Impact and path to a career break (17:30) Stepping up to leadership (19:00) Women's Travel Fest To learn more about Alexandra Jimenez & Women's Travel Fest: https://feelgoodnakd.com/travel-inspiration-and-career-break JOIN THE FGN Community: www.feelgoodnakd.com Podcast Mentorship : chardetryel.com Feel Good Nakd Book: feelgoodnakd.com/7 steps Host Instagram: @itschardet
Author of Saints of Feather and Fang, Caryn Rivadeneira is a bird of prey aficionado who believes God plants reminders of grace and justice all around. Links from Caryn's show: Saints of Feather & Fang (Broadleaf Books) Caryn on Twitter Caryn on Facebook Caryn on Instagram Birding links: Merlin Bird ID e-Bird Follow The Thing With Feathers: TTWF on Twitter TTWF on Instagram TTWF on Facebook The Thing With Feathers is produced by Courtney Ellis. Original music by Del Belcher. New episodes every Monday. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/courtney-ellis02/message
We are delighted to bring you this lively bonus episode of a live conversation with the legendary Steven Eisman, who became famous for shorting Collateralized Debt Obligations in the run up to the 2008 financial crisis. He was featured in the film adaptation of The Big Short under the name of Mark Baum, and portrayed by Steve Carell. In September 2014, he joined Neuberger Berman in the Private Asset Management division. The group, run by partners including his parents, Elliott and Lillian Eisman, manages portfolios of stocks for wealthy clients If history does not repeat, but instead rhymes, I was intrigued to hear what lessons were learned in the run up to the crisis of 2008 that might be applied today. Steven and I discuss his roots and early familiarity with risk taking that grew from having two parents in the brokerage business. We explore the backdrop to the crisis of 2008 and the frailties of the financial business models as well as the, sometimes blind, faith that management had in them. His response to the abusive and risky practices of some of the lenders and financial architects was, admittedly, an emotional one - and we have a short diversion into the presence of emotion in almost all investment decisions. Moving to today, we look at the opportunity in infrastructure investing and some of the humility that market forces have a tendency to cause. "Peacock Today, Feather Duster Tomorrow" was a famous phrase of Steven's father and we discuss it as an essential "check" on the dangers of hubris and over-confidence. Warm, amusing, self-deprecating and brilliant original thinker - please enjoy my conversation with Steven Eisman. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With the long, dark night of winter looming above us like a haunted Victorian child begging for bread in the night, it's time to get spooky (but not too spooky, Susan) and set some intentions before the frost sets in. This episode we're looking at the Celtic origins of Halloween and doubling down on our stance to bring crime and vandalism back into the holidays. We're also cursing you with our verbal stims, enforcing important mug rules, guessing ADHD celebrity blind items, and telling a mischievous high school Pizza Secret from two different perspectives that ends in a valuable life lesson for the children–don't. get. caught. Resources Halloween 2023: Origins, Meaning & Traditions | HISTORY Here's the True Story Behind the Origins Of Halloween (culturacolectiva.com) 14 Menacing Shoebill Stork Facts - Fact Animal To keep this horse train running (but this isn't a threat): ko-fi.com/weirdsofafeather Find us on Instagram: @weirdsofafeather Join our Facebook group: Weirds of a Feather
After what feels like a whole-ass calendar year, the guys of Mothman's Cock finally make it to the Haven, a dive bar in White Hills, Arizona, where the band was supposed to play the night before. Unfortunately for everyone, the terror of the previous night was only the beginning, Feather fuels the fire, Willy puts out a fire, The Chud reads a “magazine”, and Bat Daddy finishes the job, this week on The Rolled Standard. Check out our various socials and whatnot at our Linktree. We have a Patreon. Join us! The Rolled Standard is: Levi Brusacoram as Feather Softswallow Jake Vaughn as Billy Chud @vaughnhaus Nate Seibert as William Nillis @TheRolledNate Christopher Heinrich as El Jefe @7CannibalChris7 And featuring Jared “Brother Mothman” Kimbrell as David “The Bat” Jackson @Brother_Mothman The Evil “Deceased” was written and created by Jared “Brother Mothman” Kimbrell. Episode edited by Levi Brusacoram and Nate Seibert. Cover art by Cannibal Chris. Theme music: The Witch by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio SFX courtesy of Epidemic Sound. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/therolledstandard/support
This podcast was an absolute pleasure. Barry Ord Clark was the 2021 Fly Tyer of the Year and for good reason. Often referred to as The Feather Bender, Barry has a passion for teaching fly tying and giving back to the fly tying community. He has a huge fly tying channel on YouTube and a wonderful book, The Feather Bender's Fly Tying Techniques.
In this episode, Victor Varnado, KSN and Rachel Teichman, LMSW jointly lead a discussion on the intriguing and sometimes eerie game of "Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board." Together, they explore the origins, variations, and psychology behind this paranormal-themed activity.Produced and hosted by Victor Varnado & Rachel TeichmanFull Wikipedia article here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light_as_a_feather,_stiff_as_a_boardWE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT ON PATREON!https://www.patreon.com/wikilistenpodcastFind us on social media!https://www.facebook.com/WikiListenInstagram @WikiListenTwitter @Wiki_ListenGet bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Did you play the game, Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board when you were growing up? The earliest record of this game was from 1665 from a passage in a diary of Samuel Pepys, a British naval administrator and a member of parliament in France. According to his diary, a boy was lying down as if he were dead. He had his arms crossed over his chest and four girls, one at each knee and one at each armpit, were knelt down on one knee and chanting over the boy. Join the witches as they discuss the power of this game, levitation and the importance of defying man-made laws to practice magic! Discover what is energetically possible when you chant, believe and explore with your witchy vibes! Connect with the Goddesses: https://www.goddesswitchwomb.com Follow us on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/goddesswitchwomb/ Follow us on TikTokhttps://www.tiktok.com/@goddesswitchwomb Divine Feminine Membership: https://mysticharmonymysteryschool.teachable.com/p/membership
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For almost 100 years, the Cadieux Café has been feeding and entertaining people on Detroit's east side. But in that time, has the famed bar collected the spirits of past owners and patrons? On a new Spooky J, WWJ's Zach Clark and Annie Scaramuzzino head into the city to find out. (PHOTO: Annie Scaramuzzino/WWJ)
Show notes shmow notes, this episode is way too long as it is so let's keep it quick and get this horse train show on the road. This Bagel Bite we're annoying/scaring you with our current verbal stims, discussing imposter syndrome, medication changes, and left-handed scissors (doesn't that last one sound interesting?), breaking down a communication breakdown, and opening an important dialogue about the autistic injustices of Amelia Bedelia. Resources Why Do Scissors Not Work Left Handed? (Solved) – Sewingmachinetalk.com Ambidextrous scissor features a swivel handle to adapt to the left-handed users! - Yanko Design a guide to tone indicators To keep this horse train running (but this isn't a threat): ko-fi.com/weirdsofafeather Find us on Instagram: @weirdsofafeather Join our Facebook group: Weirds of a Feather
Moiya is joined by squid scientist Dr. Diana Li to imagine a marine world where everyone gets to find their own meaning of life... and it gives them magic powers! Did you know squid brains are shaped like donuts?!! HOSTED by Dr. Moiya McTier (@GoAstroMo), astrophysicist and folklorist GUEST Dr. Diana Li is a science communicator and public engagement expert who studied the neurophysiology and biomechanics of squid swimming. Follow her on social at @dianateuthis and check out her website dianahli.com MESSAGES Listen to JOIN THE PARTY every Tuesday Design your own mini statues at heroforge.com HOUSEKEEPING Order my book, THE MILKY WAY: https://www.grandcentralpublishing.com/titles/moiya-mctier/the-milky-way/9781538754153/ BUY EXOLORE SWAG: store.dftba.com/collections/exolore FIND US ONLINE patreon: patreon.com/exolorepod twitter: twitter.com/ExolorePod instagram: instagram.com/exolorepod website: exolorepod.com subreddit: reddit.com/r/ExolorePod CREDITS Music: https://www.purple-planet.com Cover art: Stephen J. Reisig, http://stephenjreisig.com/ Editing: Mischa Stanton, https://www.mischastanton.com/ ABOUT US How would you like to swim in an ocean ruled by matriarchal squid, or fly over a planet as it rotates with a swarm of migrating wasps? No, it's not the latest VR craze (... yet); it's Exolore! Exolore helps you imagine other worlds with the help of facts and science. Every other week, host Dr. Moiya McTier invites experts to build a world from scratch or sits down with a fiction fan to dive deep into their favorite worlds. Every episode will make you laugh, go "huh?" and appreciate how special our world really is. Exolore is a member of Multitude Productions, an independent podcast collective and production studio.
https://www.paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?locale.x=en_USIntroducing Rachael Fox Feather, a luminary in the realm of holistic healing and spiritual well-being. As a primary guide, certified Psilocybin guide, and sound therapist, Rachael's journey is one of transformative resonance. She also serves as a certified Sound Meditation Facilitator, weaving harmonious frequencies into the tapestry of the soul. Her practice is a testament to the power of Resonant Energy Medicine, a profound exploration of the healing melodies that traverse the pathways of existence. With Rachael, a voyage of mind and spirit awaits, where the vibrations of sound and ancient wisdom converge to guide, heal, and awaken. https://www.paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?locale.x=en_US
Intro song: Meat (N1 Chicago)5. Stash (N2 Nashville)4. Oblivion (N1 Nashville)3. Tweezer (N1 Chicago)2. Ruby Waves (N2 Dayton)1. Cities (N2 Nashville)Honorable Mentions:N1 Nashville: Wolfman's Brother & FuegoN2 Nashville: Split Open and Melt & LlamaN3 Nashville: Birds of a Feather & You Enjoy MyselfN1 Dayton: Bathtub Gin & Mike's SongN2 Dayton: Kill Devil Falls & Down With DiseaseN1 Chicago: Carini & Crosseyed and PainlessN2 Chicago: 46 Days & Split Open and MeltN3 Chicago: Plasma & A Wave of HopeOutro song: Tweezer Reprise (N3 Chicago)
Join us as we delve into the enigmatic sleepover ritual "Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board" with the brilliant Dr. Elizabeth (Libby) Tucker, Distinguished Service Professor of English, Binghamton University. We'll uncover the ritual's intriguing history, learn its eerie chant, and discuss why rituals like this stand the test of time. That and more on this episode of Unspookable. Host: Elise Parisian with Ellenor Riley-Condit and Nate DuFort Created, Produced, Edited by: Nate DuFort Music Direction and Composition: Jesse Case Logo by: Natalie Khuen You can find Unspookable on Twitter and Instagram at: https://twitter.com/ImUnspookable https://www.instagram.com/unspookablepodcast/ Interested in learning more about Dr. Tucker's work and the “Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board” ritual? The Secret History of “Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board” Emily Temple on Samuel Pepys and Parlor Games for Plague Times Do you want a free and easy way to support Unspookable? You can support the podcast by taking our short questionnaire at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/unspookable This week's episode is brought to you by Hello Fresh: Want to try it yourself?, Go to www.hellofresh.com/50unspookable and use code 50unspookable for 50% off plus free shipping! That's www.hellofresh.com/50unspookable and use code 50unspookable for 50% off AND free shipping on your first order of HelloFresh: America's #1 Meal Kit. Unspookable is a production of Soundsington Media committed to making quality programing for young audiences and the young at heart. To find out more go to http://www.soundsingtonmedia.com Advertise on Unspookable: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this podcast I share what we find in the stomachs of wahoo. I also share how to get more wahoo bites in dirty water using tuna features. The Best Double Rigged Ballyhoo Double Hooked Titanium Ballyhoo Rigging Course: Click Here to Order Check out my new wahoo fishing tip on my YouTube Channel. Click here Good Karma Saturday's Objective: Fishing guidance program for the self-led, responsible, and passionate angler who wishes to immensely improve their fishing trip and catch rate. This is a positive energy experience that will not only help you catch fish and have a fun day but also save time and money on the water. Topics covered: Gear, Bait, Spots, Weather, Tides, Mindset and more. I have been finding the wahoo along the edge of the reef using SATFISH OFFSHORE: Recieve $20.00 off a SATFISH yearly subscription by entering the code goodkarma at check out. Click here My Onnit Affiliate link for 20% off and more by signing up for texts and emails- click here. Connect with me on IG @goodkarmasportfishing_fl_keys Courses, blogs and more on my website.
Welcome back to an all-new episode of State of Amorica! This week, David and Ian welcome special guest Trent Johnson (Brothers From Another Mother of a Feather) to discuss their Top 5 all-time favorite Marc Ford moments. Guitar fans take note…you won't want to miss this one!
We open up the show by breaking down Andre Granillo's performance in fall league. Highschool homers. Hoodies. Jackson's take on hockey players taking short shifts. 80's movies. Shows Ken and Darin like. Joe Buck doing Monday Night countdown last night. Small-handed QB's. Bill DeWitt III did an interview with the Business Journal. Discussing some of the financials going on with the Redbirds. Offseason feather talk. Big picture, macro discussion on the current iteration of the St. Louis Baseball Cardinals. Iggy leaving the studio. Larry Nickel joins us for the WWE Recap. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A story about hundreds of rare birds, some British naturalists, one of the wealthiest families in the world, and the young American musician who planned to steal the rare collection and sell them on the black market, so he could buy himself a golden flute. It sounds like a fairy tale for felons!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.