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Haymarket Books Live
On Political Violence: Fascist Mobilization & Queer and Trans Self-Defense

Haymarket Books Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 87:47


For most of the left, political violence is a forbidden topic. But at this moment, queer and trans people face the real threat of violence from a growing movement of armed fascists in America. How can we think about this, and what steps are necessary to defeat them? What do existing projects to keep us safe have to teach us? Note: This discussion occurred on November 2, 2022. Speakers: Melissa Gira Grant is a staff writer at The New Republic; the author of Playing the Whore: The Work of Sex Work (published by Verso); and the co-director of They Won't Call It Murder (executive produced by Field of Vision). She has reported on violence against massage workers in Flushing; attacks on trans rights across Texas; resistance to police killings in Columbus; and the global movement for sex workers' rights. She's currently at work on a new book, A Woman Is Against the Law: Sex, Race, and the Limits of Justice of America (to be published by Little, Brown and Company). sheila t is a huge nerd and trans feminine person and anarchist living in philadelphia. She's been participating in anarchist and queer struggles since around 2010. LV is a communist living in Los Angeles. She organized with Bash Back Denver and with the 2010 Bash Back Convergence as well as a number of militant queer groups in Los Angeles such as the Trans Liberation LA, Trans Undocumented Rapid Response Network (TURRN) and 2014 Queerpocalypse. She is a practicing conflict mediator and developing an eco defense video game. Max (they/them) is a grassroots, abolitionist and antifascist, community organizer from Sacramento, California. Their work primarily revolves around the abolition of private property and prisons, but their efforts to stand up against fascist violence, including state, but specifically far-right and christo extremism have looked like participating and organizing active confrontations to their platforms since 2016, and most recently throughout 2020 to now. Watch the live event recording: https://youtu.be/45JZURd1dGo Buy books from Haymarket: www.haymarketbooks.org Follow us on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/haymarketbooks This event is co-sponsored by Haymarket Books and Pinko: https://pinko.online.

Arroe Collins
Classic Rock Report Dead And Company April 28 2016

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 1:09


Dead & Company is Grateful Dead members Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir; singer/guitarist John Mayer; Allman Brothers' bassist Oteil Burbridge; and “Fare Thee Well” and RatDog keyboardist Jeff Chimenti. In October of 2015 the band took to the stage for their inaugural nationwide tour, kicking off with three sold-out concerts at the legendary Madison Square Garden (including Halloween) and ending the year with two sold-out performances at the “Fabulous” Forum (the final was New Year's Eve). Drawing on the tremendous success of the band's 2015 tour, Dead & Company are launching their highly-anticipated new tour on Friday, June 10, 2016 (a full listing of tour dates can be found below). 2016's tour finds the celebrated group playing (among many other shows) two nights at Citi Field in New York; a two show independence day weekend celebration at Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado; two nights at the famous Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wisconsin; and two shows at Boston's iconic Fenway Park on Friday, July 15 and Saturday, July 16. Dead & Company will play two sets at Bonnaroo on June 12. At each show, Dead & Company will perform two sets of music drawn largely from the Dead's historic catalog of songs. Tickets are on sale now for the 2016 summer tour. Check www.deadandcompany.com for complete ticketing information. On Wednesday, May 11 at 7:00 p.m. local time, “Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies 2016,” comes back to the big screen for the 6th annual event. This special cinema event features the previously unreleased Grateful Dead Dead (Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Brent Mydland and Bob Weir) concert from Sullivan Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts on July 2, 1989. This event also features live concert footage of Dead & Co. from their 2015 tour. The Dead reunited in the summer of 2015 for the Fare Thee Well tour that included five shows in Chicago and Santa Clara, California, celebrating their 50th anniversary. Dead & Company 2016 Tour Dates: Fri Jun 10 Charlotte, NC PNC Music Pavilion Thu Jun 16 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center Fri Jun 17 Noblesville, IN Klipsch Music Center Mon Jun 20 Camden, NJ BB&T Pavilion Tue Jun 21 Saratoga Springs, NY Saratoga Performing Arts Center Thu Jun 23 Bristow, VA Jiffy Lube Live Sat Jun 25 Flushing, NY Citi Field** Sun Jun 26 Flushing, NY Citi Field** Tue Jun 28 Hartford, CT Xfinity Theatre Sat Jul 02 Boulder, CO Folsom Field** Sun Jul 03 Boulder, CO Folsom Field** Thu Jul 07 Detroit, MI DTE Energy Music Theatre Sat Jul 09 East Troy, WI Alpine Valley Music Theatre Sun Jul 10 East Troy, WI Alpine Valley Music Theatre Wed Jul 13 Pittsburgh, PA First Niagara Pavilion Fri Jul 15 Boston, MA Fenway Park** Sat Jul 16 Boston, MA Fenway Park** Fri Jul 22 Portland, OR Moda Center Sat Jul 23 George, WA Gorge Amphitheatre Tue Jul 26 Irvine, CA Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre Wed Jul 27 Chula Vista, CA Sleep Train Amphitheatre Fri Jul 29 Wheatland, CA Toyota Amphitheatre Sat Jul 30 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre Tickets are available through Ticketmaster, unless otherwise noted. **Tickets are not available through Ticketmaster for these concerts: Citi Field concert tickets available HERE. Folsom Field tickets available HERE. Fenway Park tickets available HERE.

Audacious with Chion Wolf
Kitchen objects with a story. Listen at your own whisk

Audacious with Chion Wolf

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 50:00


Consider all the stuff in your kitchen. There's at least ONE thing in there with a story behind it, right? Today's episode features conversations with eleven people about the stories behind their special kitchen utensil or appliance. GUESTS:  Susan Jane Bigelow of Enfield, Connecticut, has a very special spoon Emily and Kevin Tracy of Windsor, Connecticut, have a utensil set that Emily borrowed long-term from an airline Joy Braddock from West Hartford loves her spatulas Debra Walsh from West Hartford, Connecticut, inherited a rolling pin that does more than flatten dough Amanda Delaura of Manchester, Connecticut, walked a mile in heels with her KitchenAid mixer Josh Lewis of New York, New York, cherishes his coveted veggie peeler Cureen Blake of Hartford, Connecticut inherited tools to make Bammies  James Hines is the Co-Owner of Cookshop Plus in West Hartford. He has a hand-me-down that is much loved, yet rarely used Lois Lee is the Director of the Chinese American Planning Council in Flushing, NY, whose double boiler is in the Tenement Museum  Susan Jacobsen of Tyler, Minnesota, has a rare Rullepølse Press Raquel V. Reyes of Miami, Florida, is the author of The Caribbean Kitchen Mystery Series. She has a precious cookbook that is simultaneously lost and found Support the show: https://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

5 Hour Real Estate Week
Ep126: How Much Money Are You Flushing Down The Toilet by Not Raising Rents

5 Hour Real Estate Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 14:47


Is your rental rate keeping up with today's inflationary market? Be sure to listen to this valuable episode to understand how helpful it is to monitor your rental fees or charges and make the necessary adjustments for your properties to thrive in a volatile market!   Key takeaways to listen for  Why raising rent is important Top online resources for rental comps How to increase rents without losing tenants   Resources mentioned in this episode Rentometer Zillow Rent Estimate Calculator Redfin   Connect With Us To learn how to consistently buy real estate working just 5 hours a week, click here.    Follow Mike on Social Media Facebook: Mike Butler LinkedIn: Mike Butler Instagram: @mikebutlerusa Twitter: @MikeButlerUSA

All Of It
Queens Jazz Scene

All Of It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 17:42


We discuss the thriving jazz scene in Flushing, Queens, with jazz producer Clyde Bullard and saxophonist Camille Thurman ahead of the NEA Jazz Masters concert at Flushing Town Hall on Nov. 12.

The Huntavore - Sportsmen's Empire
Aging Deer for Quality Venison

The Huntavore - Sportsmen's Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 56:41


On this episode of Huntavore, we join Nick in a not so good situation, a hospital bed needing assistance with a kidney stone.  Spoiler, procedure went well, recovery is going smoothly. With all the questions Nick had gotten about field care and aging deer, he thought it would be a great topic to talk about.  How to get quality venison by taking some steps to let the deer hang, differences in initial aging and further dry aging, how flushing with water is good, soaking is not, hide on vs hide off, and hanging environment details.  If you have just gotten a deer, or are getting close to putting a hit on one, this is a great listen.  So get your game hoist ready for this episode of Huntavore. Starts in the field with a good field dressing.  Non gut shot makes the job easier.  Gut shot, not all is lost, but get the deer ASAP,Field dress, complete pull of the gut, liver, lungs, anus.  Keep what you want, I bring 2 gallon sized freezer bags with my kill kit just for 5th quarter organs and parts.  Heart, liver, caul fat, want to try kidneys if i'm given the chance (ironic)Esophagus, cut that as close to the base of the cavity as you can.  Trophy Buck, wall mounter, can't do this next step.At the base of the neck, where the esophagus comes out the rib cage, cut through the hide, surrounding muscle, and through the esophagus, essentially making a drain before the neck and mouth of the animal. Flush with cold water.  I've heard folks be on both sides of the fence with water in the cavity.  Yes, filling the cavity with water or ice is not a good move for the meat or condition of your mount.  Flushing the cavity is a good thing.  First, and obvious, it gets rid of blood, dirt, debris, and any gut material you may have had during the field dress.Flushing also is a way to begin cooling the carcass, the inside of the animal is still warm and hitting with cool water can drop the temp a few degreesMoving air.  I nabbed a box fan from the house a while back to move air in the shop when running the wood stove.  It seconds as a way that i can keep the caress dry while hanging.  It doesn't have to directly on the deer itself but having air whisk over the deer will evaporate and dry the surface of water after flushing, not let moisture collect during high humid days and nights I recently read in a newsletter from Hank Shaw, Hunter angler gardener cook, on dry aging cuts, meat can absorb smells and odors from surround food (talking about being in a refrigerator)  which had me thinking about the environment I am hanging my deer.  A shed or shop is still a good place to start.  But maybe the gas cans should moved outside, and the doors left open to air out the space of fumes and dust.Another topic that gets debated, hide on or hide off.  Both are effective when used in specific situations. Most of the time, when hanging in a shop or shed I leave the hide on. Keeps the meat clean, and from drying out creating a rind that needs to be cut off.  Having the back end opened, and a fan moving air, and cool temps, this is a great set up.  Will the hide be harder to remove this way, yes.  It wont pull as easy.  But with some patience, a good knife, and some channel lock or vise grip pliers the work goes smoothly.No shop or shed?  Live in a warm state?  There are still options for getting the same effect of hanging a deer. Hide off Quarter the deer, on the bone. Leaving it attached to bone prevents shortening of the muscles, which result in cuts being tough.  Next, hang the deer quarters in a fridge if you have access.  A trick I learned from a guy who raised lambs, after slaughter, and the carcass was moved to chilling, he would spray the surface with red wine vinegar.  The vinegar being acidic would help prevent anything from growing on the surface.  No fridge?  Cooler with bags of ice.  Wrap the ice with plastic, and leave the drain plug open to let it melt off and drain out.  Lay the quarters on top of the ice and close the lid.  Again the meat doesn't want to be in the ice or water, but on top of the plastic covered ice bags.  Frozen milk jugs are also good.  Problem is airflow.  You want those quarters to be dry. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content!Tappecue Meat ProbesInstagram: @tappecueWebsite: https://bit.ly/2NIr0XjCoupon Code 10% off: HUNT10

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting
Huntavore - Aging Deer for Quality Venison

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 57:12


On this episode of Huntavore, we join Nick in a not so good situation, a hospital bed needing assistance with a kidney stone.  Spoiler, procedure went well, recovery is going smoothly. With all the questions Nick had gotten about field care and aging deer, he thought it would be a great topic to talk about.  How to get quality venison by taking some steps to let the deer hang, differences in initial aging and further dry aging, how flushing with water is good, soaking is not, hide on vs hide off, and hanging environment details.  If you have just gotten a deer, or are getting close to putting a hit on one, this is a great listen.  So get your game hoist ready for this episode of Huntavore. Starts in the field with a good field dressing.  Non gut shot makes the job easier.  Gut shot, not all is lost, but get the deer ASAP,Field dress, complete pull of the gut, liver, lungs, anus.  Keep what you want, I bring 2 gallon sized freezer bags with my kill kit just for 5th quarter organs and parts.  Heart, liver, caul fat, want to try kidneys if i'm given the chance (ironic)Esophagus, cut that as close to the base of the cavity as you can.  Trophy Buck, wall mounter, can't do this next step.At the base of the neck, where the esophagus comes out the rib cage, cut through the hide, surrounding muscle, and through the esophagus, essentially making a drain before the neck and mouth of the animal. Flush with cold water.  I've heard folks be on both sides of the fence with water in the cavity.  Yes, filling the cavity with water or ice is not a good move for the meat or condition of your mount.  Flushing the cavity is a good thing.  First, and obvious, it gets rid of blood, dirt, debris, and any gut material you may have had during the field dress.Flushing also is a way to begin cooling the carcass, the inside of the animal is still warm and hitting with cool water can drop the temp a few degreesMoving air.  I nabbed a box fan from the house a while back to move air in the shop when running the wood stove.  It seconds as a way that i can keep the caress dry while hanging.  It doesn't have to directly on the deer itself but having air whisk over the deer will evaporate and dry the surface of water after flushing, not let moisture collect during high humid days and nights I recently read in a newsletter from Hank Shaw, Hunter angler gardener cook, on dry aging cuts, meat can absorb smells and odors from surround food (talking about being in a refrigerator)  which had me thinking about the environment I am hanging my deer.  A shed or shop is still a good place to start.  But maybe the gas cans should moved outside, and the doors left open to air out the space of fumes and dust.Another topic that gets debated, hide on or hide off.  Both are effective when used in specific situations. Most of the time, when hanging in a shop or shed I leave the hide on. Keeps the meat clean, and from drying out creating a rind that needs to be cut off.  Having the back end opened, and a fan moving air, and cool temps, this is a great set up.  Will the hide be harder to remove this way, yes.  It wont pull as easy.  But with some patience, a good knife, and some channel lock or vise grip pliers the work goes smoothly.No shop or shed?  Live in a warm state?  There are still options for getting the same effect of hanging a deer. Hide off Quarter the deer, on the bone. Leaving it attached to bone prevents shortening of the muscles, which result in cuts being tough.  Next, hang the deer quarters in a fridge if you have access.  A trick I learned from a guy who raised lambs, after slaughter, and the carcass was moved to chilling, he would spray the surface with red wine vinegar.  The vinegar being acidic would help prevent anything from growing on the surface.  No fridge?  Cooler with bags of ice.  Wrap the ice with plastic, and leave the drain plug open to let it melt off and drain out.  Lay the quarters on top of the ice and close the lid.  Again the meat doesn't want to be in the ice or water, but on top of the plastic covered ice bags.  Frozen milk jugs are also good.  Problem is airflow.  You want those quarters to be dry. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content!Tappecue Meat ProbesInstagram: @tappecueWebsite: https://bit.ly/2NIr0XjCoupon Code 10% off: HUNT10

The Situation with Michael Brown
11-2-22 - 6am - Airline Wheelchair, Dogs and Flushing Money

The Situation with Michael Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 34:25


Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
Schumer Election Rigged, CIA Fixing Elections & more w/ Senate Candidate Diane Sare

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 55:40


New York Independent Senate candidate, Diane Sare, joins the program to discuss the games the Schumer campaign and the entire establishment are playing to rig the election in favor of Chuck Schumer. It's obvious the establishment are scared to include candidates that could challenge the corrupt cabals game. Sare also shares her positions on important topics that the establishment candidates simply will not discuss, but are critical for our country. Learn more about Diane Sare, support her campaign, and see links to follow her on social media at SareForSenate.com   Solutions to keep from getting sick and to reverse mRNA damage - Dr. Joe Nieusma Get Dr. Zelenko's Z-stack or the new formulated Z-Flu at zstacklife.com/?ref=Sarah Go to quantumupgrade.io/?ref=sarah and use coupon "sarah15" to receive a 15 day free trial to see how Quantum Energy works for you! MUSIC CREDITS: "Silent Bleak Night" by Human's Win and "Do You Trust Me" by Michael Vignola, licensed for broad internet media use, including video and audio     See on Bitchute | Odysee | Rumble | Freedom.Social | SarahWestall.TV   Diane Sare Biography Diane is on the ballot as an independent candidate for United States Senate from New York in the 2022 elections. Diane Sare's family comes from New England. On her father's side she traces her roots back to the Mayflower, and on her mother's side to Swedish, French and Scottish immigrants who settled in northern Maine. Her parents returned to Maine in 1973 where her father, a doctor, served as clinical director of one of the state's mental health institutions, and her mother worked as a biochemist and geneticist, and ran a Classical music festival. The family was very active in the local Quaker Meeting, and Diane also sang in the Congregational Church choir. After spending a year in Sweden as an exchange student, Diane enrolled at Hamilton College, in Clinton, New York, transferring after a year to New England Conservatory (NEC) to pursue a career in music.While at NEC she met organizers for Lyndon LaRouche's 1988 Presidential Campaign, including her future husband Christopher Sare, a New Jersey native who was organizing in New Hampshire. The ideas of Lyndon LaRouche, particularly his passion to end economic injustice, and also his strong emphasis on scientific progress and Classical art resonated strongly, and Diane decided to dedicate herself to political organizing for LaRouche's programs and presidential campaigns. She also decided to marry Christopher, and they have remained happily married for 33 years and counting. Diane with the late Lyndon LaRouche In 2012 and 2014 she ran for the U.S. House of Representatives in New Jersey's 5th Congressional District in the Democratic Primary, calling for the impeachment of then President Barack Obama, which caused great unhappiness in the Democratic Party leadership, and more so when she came in second of three candidates in two of four counties, indicating that the party was already alienating many of its supporters by backing Obama's murderous health care plan and his shutdown of the manned space program. Campaigning for Congress, 2012 In December of 2014, after the Staten Island grand jury brought no indictments in the Eric Garner case, Diane worked to avert the kind of riots we are witnessing today after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. She organized a sing-along of Handel's Messiah, dedicated to the “sanctity of every human life.” Tragically, on the day of that concert, two police officers were assassinated as they sat in their patrol car in Brooklyn. The chorus assembled for that concert grew into a large community chorus, with branches in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Flushing, and Bergen County, and has been performing all over the New York metropolitan area in a mission to elevate the culture so that the dignity of humanity is upheld and such violence becomes a thing of the past.

Radio Free Flint with Arthur Busch
George Winters and his Red Piano

Radio Free Flint with Arthur Busch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 34:13


Musician George Winters has performed for audiences for over 50 years across America.  The Michigan native is well-known in music venues in southeastern Michigan for his fabulous keyboard skills, especially on a Hammond organ.  George plays the keyboard, guitar, and harmonica and also sings. This podcast includes a conversation with George Winters about his long career and several unreleased tracks that include his distinctive mellow jazz and upbeat popular music.  Winters shares his story about how his music career started and grew in and around Flint and Detroit, Michigan.  In this podcast interview, he talks about how the troubles of the automobile industry affected the life of local musicians in Michigan.  The son of a Hammond B3 organ salesman, George got his musical start very early in life in Flushing, Michigan. He entertained the audience during local theater intermission as a child by playing the organ.George shares stories about his interactions with former Detroit Tiger star pitcher Dennis McClain, who also was an organist.  Winters tells of his amusing experience delivering a Hammond B3 organ to the home of Mark Farner of the Rock Band Grand Funk Railroad.    In recent years he has toured the country in clubs that host dueling pianos. George has produced five compact disc recordings. The first, entitled "The Seed" was completed in 1994 and was recorded in less than two hours. "The Seed" was picked up by major retailers in Michigan, including Harmony House, prompting some local success. George's second effort, "Rhythm," released in 1998, comprises mostly original music with instrumentation including the Hammond B3, drums, bass, guitar, and piano.His love of the dueling pianos concept also began in 1998 at JD's Key Club in Pontiac, MI, and continues to this day. You can see George at select Dueling Pianos clubs - click on "show dates" on his web page for a complete schedule.With the release of his fifth CD, "Back to the B3" George hopes to put his music into more hands than ever, using the internet medium to deliver his creations. "Back to the B3" will be available soon from online retailers such as iTunes, or you can order directly from this website.

The Orchestra Teacher Podcast
42. Building rapport and fostering positive relationships with students. Interviews with Lisa Loucks, Stephan Labelle, Katie VanDenBerghe, and Jami Kleinert.

The Orchestra Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 52:10


42. Building rapport and fostering positive relationships with students. Interviews with Lisa Loucks, Stephan Labelle, Katie VanDenBerghe, and Jami Kleinert. These teachers share their unique experiences and strategies for building rapport and positive relationships with students that allow for higher quality teaching, student engagement, and a stronger sense of community. -- Lisa (Hopko) Loucks is in her twenty-fifth year as Orchestra Director in Orange County Public Schools Her orchestras have consistently earned superior ratings in the Florida Orchestra Association Music Performance Assessments, and have performed in Atlanta, Chicago, and New York. Originally from Chicago, Lisa grew up on the west coast of the florida and is a graduate Manatee High School under the direction of Jim Palmer. She then earned a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education from UCF, where her teachers included John Whitney, Lee Eubank, and Dr. Ayako Yonetani. She has served as FOA 7-8 All State Orchestra Chair, District Chair for Orange County, and is a certified adjudicator of Music Performance Assessments. She had the honor of conducting All-County Orchestras throughout the state, and has served on the Board of Directors for the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra. She has been a summer faculty member for both the Florida West Coast Symphony and UCF String Workshop. She has also been an adjunct professor at Stetson University, as instructor of their Secondary String Methods course. Stephan Labelle is the Orchestra and Guitar Director at Wekiva High School in the Orange County Public Schools in Central Florida. Stephan holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Education from the University of Delaware. He has directed orchestra, guitar, and keyboard programs in the Cranford Public Schools and Rahway Public Schools in NJ. He has performed as a soloist as well as with various ensembles such as the Blue Hen String Quartet and the Lieto String Quartet in Pennsylvania as well as many outside organizations. He also teaches privately throughout Orange County. Katie VanDenBerghe is in her eleventh year as a music teacher. She is the Orchestra Director at Patriot High School in Prince William County, Virginia. Previously she taught middle and high school orchestra at Courtland High School and Thornburg Middle School in Spotsylvania County. Her orchestra ensembles have consistently earned Superior ratings at VBODA (Virginia Band and Orchestra Directors' Association) District Orchestra Assessment. She also has six years of Elementary General Music experience. Ms. VanDenBerghe holds a graduate degree from Liberty University (Lynchburg, VA) and a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Music Education at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. Her major instrument is the flute, and she plays piccolo for the Fredericksburg Symphony Orchestra. She previously performed with the Rappahannock Pops Orchestra, the University of Mary Washington Philharmonic, and the Old Bridge Chamber Orchestra. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, kayaking, traveling, reading, cooking, and hanging out with her Siberian Husky, Arrow. Jami Kleinert is in her 12th year of teaching orchestra and her third year teaching 4th-12th grade strings in Flushing, Michigan. She also coaches youth orchestra string sectionals in the Flint area. She has previously taught strings in both Kansas and Pennsylvania. Jami lives in metro Detroit where she also performs with several local groups on violin and viola. -- --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/orchestrateacher/support

The Fun Police
Flushing Money Down The Drain

The Fun Police

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 67:41


Today we discuss the particulars of the infamous $1.7M Noe Valley toilet. What was the money for? How did it get budgeted? Most importantly: how do we fix this so it doesn't happen again? Also covered is a certain Fun Police host's sold out rock show, Manny's Sharon Stone moment, and a musical idea for the City's parklets.

The Feminist Present
Episode 41 - Melissa Gira Grant

The Feminist Present

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 68:45


Join Laura and Adrian as they talk to journalist and author Melissa Gira Grant in the latest installment of our series on the trans moral panic. Melissa is a staff writer at The New Republic (her articles mentioned in the episode include "'Libs of Tiktok' and the Right's Embrace of Anti-LGBTQ Violence" and "A Pizzagate in Every City"); the author of Playing the Whore: The Work of Sex Work (Verso); and the co-director of They Won't Call It Murder. She has reported on violence against massage workers in Flushing; attacks on trans rights across Texas; resistance to police killings in Columbus, and the global movement for sex workers' rights. Her forthcoming book is titled A Woman Is Against the Law: Sex, Race, and the Limits of Justice of America (Little, Brown and Company).

Willets Pod
Willets Pod 20: Mercury Out Of Gatorade

Willets Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 43:51


By Jesse SpectorIn addition to grabbing Keelin's words from yesterday's show notes, I'm not going to try to duplicate that format! I'm going to expand a little bit on Jeff McNeil's batting crown and other end-of-season stats.McNeil is the first Met in 11 years to win a batting title, and the first Met ever to lead the majors in average. Miguel Cabrera batted .344 in 2011 to edge the Mets' shortstop who won the club's first batting crown.Pete Alonso tied Aaron Judge for the major league lead with 131 RBI, and his National League-leading total of 16 intentional walks trailed only Judge (19) and José Ramírez (20) in the majors. The only other time a Met won the National League RBI crown was 1991, when Howard Johnson knocked in 117 runs, again trailing a Tiger — Cecil Fielder (133) — for the major league lead. It's the first time a Mets slugger has led the Senior Circuit in intentional walks, and the first time for a New York NL leader since Duke Snider's 26 in 1956… or, if you want to be pedantic about “New York NL” and not “Brooklyn,” Mel Ott's 13 in 1934. Ott trailed Jimmie Foxx, who was intentionally walked 17 times for the Philadelphia A's.It might have been a #markcanhasummer, but it obviously involved Mark Canha getting hit by a lot of pitches. Twenty-eight, to be exact, the most in baseball, as part of a team that set a modern record by getting in the way of 112 pitches. Canha can comiserate with teammate Brandon Nimmo, who got plunked 22 times to also lead the majors four years ago — also with a former Mets prospect leading the American League: Andrés Giménez (25) this year, Carlos Gómez (21) in 2018. Canha's HBP total was the most by any major leaguer since Anthony Rizzo got drilled 30 times for the 2015 Cubs. Nimmo was “only” hit 16 times this year, tied for fourth-most in the NL with Jake Cronenworth and Kyle Farmer. Along with Starling Marte (unlucky 13), Alonso (12), McNeil (11), and Francisco Lindor (10), there were six Mets in double figures for getting hit by pitches. Out of a total of 24 players in the National League.Those six men — Canha, Nimmo, Marte, Alonso, McNeil, and Lindor — now walk together (and rub some dirt on it) into baseball history, as they have joined (per Stathead) only one other such group in baseball history: the 1899 Baltimore Orioles, whose manager had to wince at Steve Brodie getting hit by 23 pitches, Jimmy Sheckard 18, Bill Keister (what an aptonym) 16, Ducky Holmes 15, and Candy LaChance 10 times.That's only five players, because the manager was, like Buck Showalter, a Baltimore Orioles manager who made his way to New York's NL club a few years later: John McGraw, at that time a 26-year-old player/manager — his first season in the role he'd win the 1904 pennant and 1905 World Series in with the Giants.McGraw didn't just get hit by 14 pitches in 1899, he led the league with 124 walks, 140 runs scored, and a .547 on-base percentage. He also stole 73 bases, and did one more thing that Showalter didn't do this year: got ejected five times.It may not last, but for now, Showalter not only has the highest career winning percentage as Mets manager (.623 — Davey Johnson is the multi-season leader at .588 from 1984-90, he was tossed 13 times), but the most games managing the Mets without getting the heave-ho.The man who once succeeded Showalter in the Bronx, Joe Torre, is the Mets' managerial ejection leader with 24 during his 286-420 tenure in Flushing. When and if Showalter does get the business end of an ump's thumb (guess who), the Mets' no-ejection record will revert to Roy McMillan and his 53 games in charge after succeeding Yogi Berra in 1975.McMillan got the Mets in striking distance by Labor Day, when Tom Seaver, on the way to his third Cy Young, pitched a four-hitter (in a tidy hour and 55 minutes) against the Pirates to close the division gap to four games and pick up his 20th victory of the year. But the next night, Pittsburgh blitzed Jerry Koosman for eight runs in 3.2 innings (homers by Bill Robinson, Manny Sanguillen, and Rennie Stennett) and rolled to an 8-4 win. Felix Millan and Mike Vail got the Mets on the board with back-to-back one-out doubles in the first inning of the rubber game, but after a walk to Dave Kingman, Rusty Staub bounced into a 4-6-3 double play. Bud Harrelson made an error on a Willie Stargell grounder to allow the Pirates to tie the game in the fourth, and Robinson's homer off Jon Matlack in the seventh effectively ended the Mets' season. The next series against the Cardinals was a repeat: Seaver winning, Koosman and Matlack losing, and a sweep in Montreal meant that when the Mets got another crack at Pittsburgh, out at Three Rivers, they were nine games back. They wound up 10.5 games out in third place.These Mets? They wound up with 101 wins, same as the team that now gets a bye to the division series.That's where you can get on the train to the playoffs. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit willetspen.substack.com/subscribe

Michigan Music History Podcast -- MMHP989
MMHP Season 3 Ep:2--Jen Cass Michigan Folk Royalty Part 2 of 2

Michigan Music History Podcast -- MMHP989

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 50:02


We kicked off Season 3 the right way, with a two part series from Michigan's Folk Queen and current Lucky Nows frontperson, Jen Cass. Pulling her away from her comfortable life in Flushing, MI, Jen took us back to her roots, performs songs, and delivers why she fights the good fight for the people with her music and at her day job. Part 2 contains performance and background on the colorful touring life and songwriting career that Jen has had. Tune in now!

City Life Org
Global Sensation HAZMAT MODINE, with Special Guest Balla Kouyaté, Brings Roots Music with Diverse Influences to Flushing Town Hall's Stage

City Life Org

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 8:33


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/10/06/global-sensation-hazmat-modine-with-special-guest-balla-kouyate-brings-roots-music-with-diverse-influences-to-flushing-town-halls-stage/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support

City Life Org
Flushing Town Hall's Mini-Global Mashup Series Continues With “Syria Meets Lumbee/Tuscarora”

City Life Org

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 8:36


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/10/05/flushing-town-halls-mini-global-mashup-series-continues-with-syria-meets-lumbee-tuscarora/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support

She's Not Doing So Well - Gay Perspective On Everyday Life
"The Devolution of a Podcast"

She's Not Doing So Well - Gay Perspective On Everyday Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 42:08 Transcription Available


“Why care facilities let them play with the adult equipment, I don't know. Title change, Flushing the “Miz,” Losing Podcast awards, when electrons are direct currency, steal the ones these two are wasting. Now, the guy in charge demonstrates that he can't count or doesn't care.” If this review fits perfect for this week's episode. Bobby and Jim decided to have Sunday funday before recording and we should know better by now but we don't. We ended up at a gay Oktoberfest celebration with drag queens and all. We talked about nasty toenails, the lights flickering on the poarch when we were children and what it meant to us when we were hanging out in the cul-de-sac. In the event that you even make it past the intro, you will be delighted to find we sort of get on topics like our own inner voice, Nursing home food, deviant behavior and creek water. We will be getting back on track next episode, maybe. Love, Podcast Losing, minimal electrons, can't count, title changing & “Flushing” the Miz” Bobby & JimOh... we are a comedy podcast first that happens to be gay. However, we want to be included in the Gay Podcast search algorithm so we are going to say Gay alot in the key words.OUR YOUTUBEInstagramTwitterBobby's Only FansKeywords: OktoberfestGay OktoberfestDrag QueensBeer Wenches German Beer DrunkGay Penis Play Vape Pen Weed Childhood Trauma Lights flickering on Deviant Child BehaviorNursing home food sluring a bunch of nonsense #gaypodcast #podcast #gay #lgbtq #queerpodcast #lgbt #lgbtpodcast #lgbtqpodcast #gaypodcaster #queer#instagay #podcasts  #podcasting #gaylife  #pride #lesbian #bhfyp #gaycomedy #comedypodcast #comedy #nyc #614 #shesnotdoingsowell Support the show

City Life Org
Flushing Town Hall Presents “The Swinging Sounds of Coleman Hawkins” Featuring Lew Tabackin and His Ensemble

City Life Org

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 10:55


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/09/26/flushing-town-hall-presents-the-swinging-sounds-of-coleman-hawkins-featuring-lew-tabackin-and-his-ensemble/ --- 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/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support

Courtney & Company
Flushing The Toilet With Your Feet

Courtney & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 7:18


Are you also a FOOT FLUSHER?

Willets Pod
Pod At The Park 12: Danielle Sepulveres (and Brandy)

Willets Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 37:15


This episode of Pod At The Park is from the September 12, when the Mets… they played the Cubs. Let's just leave it there. But the beauty of Pod At The Park is that we don't need a good game to have a good show, and this is a good one with writer and Mets Twitter stalwart Danielle Sepulveres. We know that the Mets didn't come back to win this game, but they certainly did turn things around after that series.Pete AlonsoThat's not a lot of words, so here's some more, it's a little thing I used to do on Twitter, and miss doing… going back through players' home run logs and finding their first homer, then finding the first homer that pitcher gave up, and so on, until you either reach someone whose first homer was off someone giving up their first homer, or until the 19th century. It's a fun little game to play with Baseball Reference.To bring this game here to Willets Pen, there's only one sensible guy to start.PETE ALONSO'S HOME RUN CONNECTOROff Drew Steckenrider, 4/1/19Wilmer Flores, 8/19/17Off Heath Bell, 8/11/13Damion Easley, 8/30/04Off Rick Aguilera, 9/20/92Andrew Dawson, 6/16/85Off Buzz Capra, 5/18/77Nate Colbert, 4/25/72Off Jack Billingham, 4/24/69Nate Colbert's homer was the first allowed by Jack BillinghamThis isn't just unusual because it cuts off before the beginning of Mets history, but also because of the extremely Mets tint to the whole thing. Flores, Bell, Easley, Aguilera, and Capra all spent time in Flushing. So, we'll probably see Steckenrider in Flushing before too long.Also, Billingham went on to become a steady arm for the Big Red Machine. In 1969, though, as an Astros rookie, he gave up homers to the following players, in order:Nate ColbertWillie McCoveyJohnny CallisonDick AllenRoberto ClementeRico CartyTommie AaronHenry AaronFred WhitfieldErnie BanksJim HickmanRon SlocumThat's four Hall of Famers (plus Allen, who will be eventually) out of 12 homers. Allen was a seven-time All-Star, while Colbert, Callison, Carty, and Hickman combined for nine more All-Star selections.How did Lindor get a Mark Canha Summer t-shirt? It's a mystery, for sure, but you can get one at markcanhasummer.com ;) This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit willetspen.substack.com/subscribe

Michigan Music History Podcast -- MMHP989
MMHP Season 3 Ep:1--Jen Cass Michigan Folk Royalty Part 1 of 2

Michigan Music History Podcast -- MMHP989

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 47:46


WELCOME TO SEASON 3 of the MMHP in the 989! We offer another year of fantastic, in-depth interviews and music directly from Michigan artists from ALL genres. We kick off Season 3 the right way, with a two part series from Michigan's Folk Queen and current Lucky Nows frontperson, Jen Cass. Pulling her away from her comfortable life in Flushing, MI, Jen took us back to her roots, performs songs, and delivers why she fights the good fight for the people with her music and at her day job. Enjoy Part 1!

The North-South Connection
The Jenny Position Episode 105: You Heard About Pluto? - The Nanny

The North-South Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 57:58


In this edition of You Heard About Pluto, Jenny welcomes returning guest Peter Winson to watch two episodes of The Nanny! Jenny and Peter discuss the appeal of Fran Drescher, real vs. fake English accents, Elizabeth Taylor and her pearls, the possibility of a reboot, great TV butlers, freeze frame endings, shy and superstitious hockey players, the theme song and opening animation, a slumpbuster, Jenny's paper towel pet peeve and so much more! So meet the flashy girl from Flushing on Pluto TV!

Ask Doctor Dawn
Health issues and aging are featured plus a variety of other topics

Ask Doctor Dawn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 54:25


KSQD 9-14-2022: The role of testosterone in aging -- what is normal vs. optimal? Flushing your nose with sterile saline greatly reduces severity of COVID-19; Artificial sweeteners are not be as healthy as we thought; Good news for multivitamins: study showed they improved cognition in the elderly; Seven things to reduce dementia; What do you think of using ADD drugs for dementia? Ultra-processed food linked to higher risk of colorectal cancer; Transplanted kidney also gave the recipient cancer

Willets Pod
Willets Pod 18: Dollars 4 Dingers

Willets Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 41:30


Linda's back! Also, Addy, Janice, and Jesse are here. And the Dollars 4 Dingers fundraiser is here tomorrow! What's Dollars 4 Dingers?Obviously, we're glad to help any way we can, and here's the flyer for tomorrow's event out in Flushing!Obviously, there's 40 whole minutes here and we didn't just talk about Saturday afternoon. But that's the only actually important thing here.(Also, this episode references the next Pod At The Park episode, with Danielle Sepulveres, from Bark At The Park night. We have a wee bit of a podcast backlog at the moment, owing to this having been a week where we had a lot of time to record stuff early, but have gotten slammed by real life late.) This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit willetspen.substack.com/subscribe

Advantage Connors
Federer's retirement; Alcaraz conquers Flushing; NFL; Brett Favre gets caught

Advantage Connors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 62:25


Brett and Jimmy discuss Roger Federer's retirement announcement, which new players and rivalries will keep the game of tennis alive, some football news, a recent Brett Farve controversy, and more. Sponsors: EveryPlate - get your first box for just $1.49 per meal at EveryPlate.com with code CONNORS149 First Person - get 15% off your first order at GetFirstPerson.com with code CONNORS Follow us on- Twitter- @AdvConnors @JimmyConnors @Brett_Connors IG- @AdvantageConnors @Bretterz @GolddoodIsabella @Finefocus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Privycast
Just Keep Flushing with Michael Wall (Privychat 11)

Privycast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 57:58


Michael Wall has years of literal hands on bathroom wisdom. He shares it with us and discusses the importance of flushing frequently and flushing often. -- Connect with us: privycast@gmail.com Privycast Website Instagram @privycast Twitter @privycast Facebook @privycast privycast.tumblr.com TikTok @privycast @owlett7 -- Music:  Intro and Outro: "Barroom Ballet" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Damon, Ratto & Kolsky
Talanoa Hufanga talks playing in the rain, flushing a bad loss, and more

Damon, Ratto & Kolsky

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 21:33


San Francisco 49ers safety Talanoa Hufanga joins Damon and Ratto to recap his team's tough loss in Week 1 in Chicago, his performance, turning the page to the next game, his Tongan roots, and more.

BFM :: General
Flushing Away Our School Toilet Problems

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 63:35


Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin has said that the Ministry is implementing better toilet designs in Malaysian schools, acknowledging that school toilets are bad and children avoid using them. First, we discuss why things have gotten to this point, how it impacts students, and what we need to do. Then, we get into improving toilet etiquette as a wholeImage Source: Sarawut Chainawarat, Shutterstock

The Lead
Starting Five: The Super Bowl Hangover Is Real

The Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 14:34


Plus: A new generation of tennis stars announce themselves in Flushing. And the Cornhuskers pay to make Scott Frost go away.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Screen Cares
Captain Fantastic: Flushing Expectations and Norms Down the Toilet

Screen Cares

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 45:05 Transcription Available


Captain Fantastic (2016) R 1h 58m Written and directed by Matt Ross-Produced by Electric City Entertainment and ShivHans Pictures 2: Captain Fantastic: Flushing Expectations and Norms Down the Toilet Episode Transcript Episode Page with Pictures Episode Host: Sarah Woolverton-Mohler Co-Host: Jennie Ziverk Carr Screen Care's host, Sarah, leads listeners and co-host Jennie through several themes she gleaned from the movie Captain Fantastic. First, Sarah categorizes Captain Fantastic as a "Thinking Movie", and discusses how Captain Fantastic is uniquely the kind of movie that challenges viewers to think deeply about many facets of life long after the film ends. Captain Fantastic is also a movie about Educating Children. We hear how Sarah felt that Captain Fantastic offered a lens through which to consider less conventional modes of education to her children, and encouraged her to parent with agility to meet her kids where they are. Lastly, Screen Cares digs into the theme of Living Authentically and the many ways the family depicted in Captain Fantastic challenges viewers to evaluation their own level of authenticity. A thinking movie: There are so many great movies out there and they all fulfill certain roles for us. Some are fun ways to escape the hum-drum of everyday life. Others offer a beautiful example of how film is a true art form. Still others transport us to different worlds, allow us to see different perspectives and different experiences. Captain Fantastic is the kind of movie that challenged our Screen Cares team to think deeply and this purpose felt unique and special.  Educating children: If you have kids or have kids in your life that you care for, you'll ultimately be faced at some point with deciding how you want your children to be educated. There are many ways to facilitate education, and education is vital! Sarah from Screen Cares felt that Captain Fantastic offered a lens through which to consider less conventional modes of education to her children, and encouraged her to parent with agility to meet her kids where they are. Living authentically: After going through a re-evaluation of her family's priorities, values and needs, Sarah and her husband felt that they were not living in a manner that was authentic to who they are as people. Captain Fantastic depicts a family who strives for authenticity, and who realizes that our concept of who we are as individuals and who we are as a family unit may change from time to time.   Screen Shares Rating:  Buddy Screen Love Screen Co-Parent Screen*  *(This is not a normal Screen Cares Rating, but one which we felt best described the desire to share this movie with someone that you share parenting responsibilities and brainstorming with, even if you are not in a romantic relationship with that person.)   Screen Sparks: What unconventional choices have you made in your life to try to be the “master of your fate” or “captain of your soul”? Do you believe that the merits of society outweigh the issues? Do you feel that parenting should consider training for the real world, or training children to reshape the world? Do you have to choose all or nothing, or should extremes be avoided? Do you have friends who would question your choices in such a way that leads you to do more thinking? Do you prefer friends that cheer you on but who don't challenge you to think deeper about the choices you make?   Behind the Scene- Pics and Bonus Materials: During Screen Cares PodRetreat in Chicago, Host Sarah strikes a thoughtful pose worthy of Invictus.   When Screen Cares Co-Host Jennie sold her home and moved her family into an RV fit for adventure, Sarah joked that Jennie's family now had their very own "Steve" like the family in Captain Fantastic.   After the Credits Roll-Links Referenced during the show: Official website to Captain Fantastic https://bleeckerstreetmedia.com/captainfantastic IMDB summary/description that was referenced by Sarah in this episode of Screen Cares: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3553976/?ref_=ttawd_awd_tt Visit Poetry Foundation to read William Ernest Henley's 1875 poem, Invictus: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/51642/invictus Want to see the great Morgan Freeman recite Invictus from memory? https://youtu.be/a7q_vACVwq0 Or to hear Tom Hiddleston read it? https://soundcloud.com/user-511793251/invictus-by-william-ernest-henley-read-by-tom-hiddleston?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing Check out Captain Fantastic's many awards: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3553976/awards     If you or someone you love is talking or thinking about suicide, or would like free emotional support, please visit the link below for 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline where you can speak with a trained and skilled crisis support worker.  https://988lifeline.org/talk-to-someone-now/  

Sports Insanity Podcast
Game 10: Top 2nd

Sports Insanity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 39:50


A fantastic first weekend of the College Football season and Danny Boy Reginald & Patch-Man Lang break down all the action. Plus, Yankees lose the series to the Rays but rebound by winning the next two games. Reginald on why the next two weeks are huge for the bombers. Then, Albert Pujols's run to 700 home runs, US Open tennis action out in Flushing with some big upsets & emotional goodbyes, and Week 1 of the NFL season is fast approaching. The guys preview a huge matchup on Thursday night that can be the potential Super Bowl. Recorded on 09/06/22 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sports-insanity-podcast/support

Nats Chat
Game 132: Gray's Outing Falls Apart in the 6th

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 40:49 Very Popular


The Nats lost 7-3 at the Mets to begin a 10 game/ 3 city road trip. Mark (Live from Flushing) and Al begin with Josiah Gray's start, which saw his pitching line marred in the 6th inning. Gray's ERA is nearing 5.00 and the hosts wonder how we should evaluate his mixed bag of a season. (14:03) Steve Cishek was part of the problem in the four run 6th inning as his season long struggles have continued as of late. Should his usage come down significantly in this final month, especially with Mason Thompson back in Washington? (19:40) Ildemaro Vargas had another good game as he went 2 for 4 with two doubles and a RBI. "Vargy" also made a nifty defensive play on a sharp grounder. Should we expect this plate production to continue? (27:05) The Victor Robles Bingo Card was in full effect on Friday night as he tripled, scored on an unusual play, misplayed a ball in the field, and played a crucial role in an unorthodox double play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Mets vs. Dodgers Begins Tonight

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 9:18


Chris talks about Evan's game winning hit for his men's league baseball team and also talks about how big the Mets-Dodgers series is that begins tonight in Flushing. 

Tiki and Tierney
Old Timers Day

Tiki and Tierney

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 0:48


BT gives his thoughts on what turned out to be an amazing day in Flushing.

The Week On Earth
Toilet Paper: Are We Flushing Our Future Down the Drain?

The Week On Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 27:10


In our premiere episode, we cut the crap and examine why we're wiping our butts with our most precious resource - and what we can do about it. You will be surprised how the simple act of switching to alternative toilet papers can have an immense impact on one of our most important carbon fighting tools, our forests. And, the caribou and wolverines will thank you. In this episode we feature Jennifer Skene of the https://www.nrdc.org/experts/jennifer-skene (Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)) as well as the founders of the alternative toilet paper brand https://www.gobetterway.com/ (Betterway). We'll also catch you up to date on the latest climate news of the week.

Muscle Medicine
How to address parasitic infection with Hashimoto's w/ Melissa Ramos

Muscle Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 43:34 Transcription Available


Welcome to this week's episode of Thyroid Strong where Melissa Ramos, founder of Sexy Food Therapy and creator of the Sexy Lady Balls program and community, shares her approach and insight to parasitic infections, how we contract them, how to test for them, and ultimately how to treat them long-term. Key Takeaways Parasitic infections are difficult to detect, and the symptoms can overlap with many other conditions including autoimmune diseases. Many of us Hashimoto's ladies have often been diagnosed with a parasitic infection as a root cause of our autoimmune condition. But if you haven't been diagnosed, listen in on how to get diagnosed, because more conventional medicine doctors will not check for parasites. They directly correlate with our thyroid hormone levels and can cause a variety of digestional issues. Today, Melissa Ramos is giving us the rundown on why they are so underdiagnosed along with what to do first when treating them long-term.  About Melissa Ramos Melissa Ramos is the founder of Sexy Food Therapy and creator of the Sexy Lady Balls program and community. She is also a nutritionist with a background in Chinese medicine, a health expert on CTV's The Social, an official health writer for the Huffington Post, and a TEDx Speaker. She is known as the hormone and poop whisperer to help women get their hormones and digestion in check. Where Do Parasites Come From and Why Are They So Underdiagnosed Parasitic infections are derived from a multitude of sources. Towels we share with our partner or roommate, swimming in the lake, drinking the same beverage, etc. Parasites do not discriminate between healthy and unhealthy people. To get tested for parasites can be difficult due to a lack of education around parasitic infections and what is considered a “normal range” in lab work. Parasite Behaviors and How To Treat Them Long-Term Parasites are stealthy creatures. They hide behind a mask (aka biofilm) to go undetectable, which is why there are several tests to undergo, some even out of the country. Parasites absorb all of the toxins in the body and burrow into your organs. To treat them, the body's natural drainage pathways have to be open to flush them out. Flushing agents can include colonics or coffee enemas, as Melissa Ramos explains in great detail. In This Episode How people can contract a parasite and why it is so underdiagnosed [1:02] Where parasites live in the body [4:48] Parasite behavior and the body's reaction to it [5:52] How parasites are opportunistic with mold and heavy metals [8:18] Lack of education for doctors running lab work to test for parasites [9:45] How to treat a parasitic infection, what to do first [11:26] Colonics and coffee enemas [12:41] Stool testing to identify parasites [15:09] Coffee enemas, what you can add to them, and how you can manipulate them [19:06] Bile flow and its importance in eliminating toxins [22:59] Treating your partner for parasites and why [26:12] Where you can contract parasites [27:02] Lymphatic system and drainage pathways [31:56] Balancing your water intake with minerals for full hydration [33:06] Quotes “I think that people just believe that you're healthy, you don't have them. That's not the case, you can get parasites when you're living with other people in your household.” [1:17] “And I think that any good practitioner is going to play detective and try to understand all the clues that we can find out.” [4:05] “There's something to be said about living and enjoying your life and not being super regimented.”[27:19] DISCLAIMER THIS PODCAST/WEBSITE/COACHING SERVICE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. The information, including but not limited to text, graphics, images, and other material contained, are for informational purposes only. NO material on this show/website/coaching practice/or special guests are intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of YOUR physician...

Steve Somers
It's A Baseball Weekend In NYC

Steve Somers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 22:38


Hour 1: Keith talks about both locals winning on Thursday night and previews the Mets game versus the Rockies in Flushing on Friday night and the Yankees, who are in Oakland. 

Sounds From Seaver Way
2022 Mets Old Timers Ceremony - Willie Mays #24 Surprise!

Sounds From Seaver Way

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 42:08


The New York Mets invited 65 former players to celebrate their 60 year history in the return of "Old Timers Day" to Flushing. They also gave the crowd a memorable historic moment when the made the announcement that #24 would finally be retired for the great Willie Mays.

Steve Somers
Yankees & Mets Continue To Have Success Heading Into The Weekend

Steve Somers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 13:31


Keith opens up his Friday evening show by talking about the Yankees win over the A's on Thursday evening as well as the Mets win over the Rockies in Flushing. 

Gun Dog It Yourself
152. Jim Sorenson's Upland Slam (Part 1)

Gun Dog It Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 63:44


This week we start Jim Sorenson's story of chasing the Upland Slam. Accomplishing the task himself wasnt enough though as he had to accomplish it by dog! From Vizslas to German Shorthair Pointers Pheasants with Pointing dogs or Flushing dogs? Whats is the Upland Slam and why even shoot for it? Preparing for the Upland Slam and the learning curves Starting all the way from Zero! No previous birds counted Hunting standards and requirements The slam BY dog and not just handler! ---- Be sure to hit the subscribe button so you dont miss the next part with Jim beginning to break down the entire list of birds on the Upland Slam. Bird by bird.... ---- PATREON GDIY LINKS STANDING STONE SUPPLY ---- Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Is the Bible Reliable? 2 Peter 1:16-21
(Judges 19) Sons of Belial: The Flushing Sound of Society

Is the Bible Reliable? 2 Peter 1:16-21

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 49:44


Tour de Todd
Star Track, a program introducing kids to track cycling.

Tour de Todd

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 62:42


The "Star Track Youth Program" is based around the Kissena Velodrome in Flushing, Queens. The program focuses on kids between the ages of 8-16 from under resourced communities. Star Track is a 100% free program. The kids set goals, participate in a weekly training schedule and become part of a competitive cycling team. In 2022 Star Track starts a UCI track team. Members on the team include current national team member Josh Hartman, Grant Koontz, who just won a gold medal in the Pam Games scratch race to Joe Christiansen. This program is  funded by sponsors like Felt Bicycles and private donations. Star Track is a program solely focused on bettering the lives of kids whether they go on to race or not. 

Tiki and Tierney
Will this Weekend Determine the Pennant?

Tiki and Tierney

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 20:30


BT proposes the NL East could be decided this weekend in Flushing.

Jesus Smart: The Podcast
Flushing the Wicked Out of Leadership -- Wild Ox Prayer Episode (Ep 248)

Jesus Smart: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 11:37


Episode 248 is a special feature episode from another podcast I host -- the Wild Ox Prayer Podcast. You'll have to listen to appreciate the name! Pray with me. We highlight the dynamic of being a Kingdom Emissary on assignment. Then we use "prayer architecture" in Job 34 to ask that God would flush the wicked out of leadership and influence. See the show notes page for this episode at WildOxPrayer.com/16. Listen to the Wild Ox Podcast on Podbean, Spotify, and iHeart Radio. It's coming to Apple Podcasts, Audible, and other listening options. Visit the new website for the Wild Ox Prayer podcast at WildOxPrayer.com! Get the Jesus Smart eLetter and keep current with podcast episode releases Podcast Archive >> JesusSmart.com/category/podcast

The JAYREELZ Podcast
A Yankee Jumpstart With Unlikely Comeback? Aaron Rodgers Regurgitated Narrative Ends Here! NBA's X-mas Day Schedule Conflict With NFL. Giannis Plays Chicago? LeBron Re-ups With LA. Tiger PGA Pow-Wow

The JAYREELZ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 53:41


The sports world has generated some interesting storylines over the past few days and I'm here to share my thoughts as I have some things to get off of my chest. On deck: (4:36) The Yankees were on the brink of not only being swept, but unable to scratch a run as they've been anemic offensively of late, had a miraculous comeback to salvage the final game against the Rays. Will this be the kick in the rear that they desperately need in order to get out of their malaise over the past month? Across town, the Mets scuffled a bit over the first two games in Atlanta as they try to gain ground in the NL East. Max Scherzer gutted out a start interrupted by rain and hung on to win 9-7, with Jacob deGrom on deck in the series finale tonight. Can they gain the two games back that they lost from the Braves. Also, former Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard ducking his former ballclub again? I'll keep you abreast of what the latest is in the pennant races in both the AL & NL, a World Series rematch from last year (Atlanta vs. Houston) highlights the weekend schedule. While the Texas Rangers not only fired their manager (Chris Woodward) earlier this week, but also their longtime GM, Jon Daniels was ousted. Where will Daniels possibly end up next? Flushing, maybe? (23:35) Yours truly is tired of the regurgitated narratives regarding Aaron Rodgers. For now, hopefully I can put some of this to rest, considering other outlets and debate shows can't let it go. Chargers safety, Derwin James signs the largest contract in league history for his position. Will his past health issues pop up impact this extension? No surprise who's at the top of the preseason college football rankings (Alabama) Will this upcoming season be as predictable as ever? (31:42) The NBA has released their schedule. Of course, Christmas Day is what everyone has circled to see who'll matchup over the five games. But with three NFL games that day, will anyone watch? Giannis Antetokoumpo has a thing for playing in Chicago, but for the Bulls? LeBron James gets a two year extension to remain in LA with the Lakers. Did that come as a surprise? And the sad passing of longtime NBA assistant and college head coach, Pete Carril, who passed away at 92. (43:40) Tiger Woods has rallied his fellow brethren on the PGA Tour to discuss the LIV Golf League, the history of the PGA, integrity, among other things. Was this meeting successful for the 20-25 players that attended? Please subscribe, leave a rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, Luminary, Amazon Music and iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. If you'd like to contribute to the production of the podcast, please visit my Patreon page at: www.patreon.com/TheJAYREELZPodcast Many thanks for all of your love and support. Intro/outro music by Cyklonus. LINKS TO SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jayreelz-podcast/id1354797894 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVDr SPREAKER: https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-jayreelz-podcast_2 STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast iHEARTRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-the-jayreelz-podcast-43104270/ LUMINARY: https://luminarypodcasts.com/listen/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast/f9527dd9-47ea-4ed9-92cf-32af9bfa95ad?country=US SPOTIFY TRAILER: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7nZZlvPRAly5irLRSG2qxq?si=rTKCQKnZRNC_VK-_uIWNJA AMAZON MUSIC: https://www.amazon.com/The-JAYREELZ-Podcast/dp/B08K58SW24/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+jayreelz+podcast&qid=1606319520&sr=8-1 SPOTIFY PODCAST LINK: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVD

Unfiltered with Casey Stern
UNFILTERED EP 42: FLASHBACK FLUSHING

Unfiltered with Casey Stern

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 23:11


In this episode, Casey helps to heal the PTSD that fans of the Mets have experienced for decades....as well as all fans everywhere in that category. He also breaks down how social media has impacted fanbases in the current landscape. (NOTE: Appreciate your patience as our Mic is being replaced prior to our next episode. Thanks for bearing with me during 41/42)

The Good Phight: for Philadelphia Phillies fans
Continued Success #184: The Phillies and Mets are Rivals Again and It Is Nuts

The Good Phight: for Philadelphia Phillies fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 53:03 Very Popular


It's a Phillies-Mets series that means something! Let's talk about the last time that happened and what we expect to be pleased and displeased by in Flushing this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Brian Craig Show
Trump Denies Flushing Documents Down Toilet

The Brian Craig Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 58:43


Trump Denies Toilet-Gate Thank you to our Top Patreon Supporters! Andrew and Connie, Christine, Gary, ETW, Chuck, Dee, Pamela, Rick, Nick, Wesley, LePaul. Support the show and become a Patreon Supporter! https://www.patreon.com/realbriancraigshow All my LINKS https://linktr.ee/briancraigshow The book This Moment is Your Miracle available on Amazon HERE https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07B91SKDD/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0

The Morning Stream
TMS 2308: Mouth To Hose

The Morning Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 85:00


A Rose by any other name would be a strawberry. Noooooooooooobi Wan. Yawnsplaining. DeezNuts Chode Butter. Shanter 64. Guy in a Hut Who's Good with a Rock. Loki Is Just A Side Quest. It puts the lotion on the skin or it drinks from the hose again! Turtles all the way down...to the butt. The Cone of Shame and the Diaper of Poop. Checking out a some dude's hose. Flushing the Detritus. Semi Serious, Grandfather of Yahoo. Wongvengers. Long Live J Fred Mugs! The Largest, Gayest Person with Amy and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.