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Koozie hosts with special guest Dale to cover best sports movie speeches, fraternity treasurer shenanigians, and the worst ways to show up at work whether you work at a restaurant or in an arena including: Ben Simmons, Jon Gruden, Roger Goodell, Peter King, Spencer Rattler, Sam Darnold and Matt Rhule. We also cover the Braves meltdown and the scary thing that is now Koozie's newest biggest fear.
Male bosses and male-dominated workplaces consistently fail to recognise and elevate female talent. Rewards and promotions go to those who put in long hours. Men can take advantage of this system because they are emancipated by women who continue to shoulder the burden of social reproduction at home. Thus the contemporary system of employment is predicated on the domestic gender division of labour. Entrenching their first mover advantage, the male nomenklatura tends to disregard women's expertise and resist family-friendly reforms. So, if you really want to level the playing field, it's time to smash the fraternity. Full references here: https://www.draliceevans.com/post/smash-the-fraternity
Five years, 100 episodes, every single conceivable permutation of the f-word, and a 45-minute summary of a pretty throwaway chapter. Welcome back, witches! Sorry we wrote that. Anyway, this week, some classic Rowling quirks rear their fat pig heads, including ugly villains, reactionary teens, brutal foreshadowing of fractured families, and cool hidden Hogwarts tricks. Harry also does a torture. Plus: We … sing? A lot? This time: The Sacking of Severus Snape Next time: The Battle of Hogwarts
For episode 200 we're opening up recording night to ALL members of TTC Discord! No Patreon subscription is needed. Please update your pledge with your mailing address if you haven't already! Joyo Moist Reverb (Lollygagger Canaglia) 00:16:41 If I'm being honest, I put this here because of the name. Looks like a pretty solid reverb 3 sounds, church, plate, and studio 32-bit DSP No price yet but Joyo is very affordable. I'm guessing under $100 for this. Pedal Genie 00:24:43 Hudson Electronics Broadcast Dual Switch $280 if you can find one J.Rockett Audio Designs Monkeyman (discontinued, $130 to $180 used) Questions from listeners: (Hungry Robot Borderland Lite) 01:00:14 By the way, we're always taking questions from listeners. If you're curious about something, get at us! From Timmy S: Is it worth having a computer interface for an instrument to record directly into your music software? Or should one simply have a nice mic and a speaker? From J Pain: What gear do I use in a multi-guitar band? If a band member uses a single coil guitar to play said thing then maybe I need to use a humbucker guitar to cover the other frequencies/sound/effects to accompany the single coil. Should I use effects that accompany the other players, etc? Suggestion of the week (JHS Bonsai) 01:26:32 Cairn board game Slurping Coffee Thank you to our Patreon supporters! Now “THE ROYAL WE” in Discord :D Carson Ricketts Nick Greenwood Timmy S. Matthew Fenselau (pronounced fence-law) Riesenwolf! Jamie Evans Jeffrey Wright Doug King Doug Gann Righteous Ryan Johnson Steve Huffman Jonas Sabatini Eric Girabaldi Andrew Walsh from Andrew's Alcove OG Friend of the show Brian Rizzi Doug Christ of Thirty7 FX Sean Wright of Lollygagger FX Brian Gower and Kyle McIntyre of The Tone Jerks Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetonecontrol/message
In this episode, Justin Kollinger, UE Risk Management Consultant, is joined by Dr. Pietro Sasso, faculty member at Stephen F. Austin State University and faculty research fellow at the Timothy J. Piazza Center for Fraternity and Sorority Research and Reform at Penn State University. They discuss alcohol misuse and abuse patterns among students, how those patterns may change for at-risk students as we emerge from the pandemic, and how risk managers can support their colleagues in student affairs. This podcast will be of interest to administrators, risk management professionals, student affairs professionals, and faculty and staff working to manage student alcohol misuse.
Diane Zingale returns to the Sixth Sense Society to discuss the Fraternity of the Hidden Light. FLO is a contemporary occult and esoteric society based on the structure of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
We cover: * How you know your loved ones are still with you * The power in sharing the bond * Examining the limitations of your belief system And much more CASEY GAUNTT AUTHOR AND GRIEF ADVISOR Casey retired in 2018 from 43 years of practicing corporate and real estate law in San Diego. In 1970 his father died by suicide when Casey was 20 years old. In 2008, Casey's 24-year-old son, Jimmy, a rising star and professional writer, was accidentally struck and killed by a car walking home from a party. Three months later, Casey was reconnected with his father and son by means that can only be described as miraculous. He wrote and shared that story, The Letter, (later made into an award-winning short film), and thus began his second, and most rewarding, career as a writer and companion to others in grief. In 2013, Casey co-founded a group of fathers in San Diego who have lost children. They call themselves the “Fraternity,” have grown to over 25 brothers and meet regularly. Casey and Jimmy published their first book in 2015, SUFFERING IS THE ONLY HONEST WORK. Jimmy contributed much of what is in the book, including its title, and more than earned posthumous credit as the book's co-author. Casey's new book, WHEN THE VEIL COMES DOWN, was released on Amazon in March. Casey and Hilary, his wife and best friend of 47 years, live in Solana Beach, California. Their daughter, Brittany, son-in-law, Ryan, and three grandchildren live close by. Stay connected with Casey: WriteMeSomethingBeautiful.com SufferingIsTheOnlyHonestWork.com WhenTheVeilComesDown.com And Hilary's amazing food blog: HeronEarth.com Stay connected with Jesse: Website: https://jessebrisendine.com/ (https://jessebrisendine.com/) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessebrisendine (https://www.facebook.com/jessebrisendine) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JesseBrisendineCoaching/ (https://www.facebook.com/JesseBrisendineCoaching/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessebrisendine/ (https://www.instagram.com/jessebrisendine/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessebris (https://twitter.com/jessebris) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/JesseBrisendine (https://www.youtube.com/user/JesseBrisendine) Grab your free copy of the Mindset Mastery Blueprint here: https://jessebrisendine.lpages.co/mindset-mastery-blueprint/?fbclid=IwAR3EB7jRo2T3n3vujKC2WlYfkgcRg67s7Ew7CoRUdhhFyOvJn6O8WO2OMiQ (https://jessebrisendine.lpages.co/mindset-mastery-blueprint/)
Kennedy wants to know what you would have custom made, Karson found an interesting question about a bad kid on Facebook, Annie discusses the U-Mass fraternity protest and Producer Dan brings random topics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's episode of the podcast, I was fortunate enough to get to chat with Hunter Little. Hunter is a man of many talents, some of which include the like of art directory, acting, and advertising. Along with all of that, he is also a wildly entertaining guy to talk with and this made it easy for us to get into some very interesting stories surrounding his personal life and experiences in art, life, and even in Frat life. (Side note: my man literally FOUNDED a Fraternity so we get into that as well) Sadly due to an untimely technical difficulty, our broadcast was cut short, but Hunter will be back on soon and in the meantime you have this episode of to hold you over! Enjoy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Our next guest, Brian Tenclinger, is a dynamic non-profit association executive and senior level higher education practitioner. He's the former executive director of Triangle fraternity noted for growing the organization by 61% and creating signature education programs for undergraduates. He's also got 15 years of experience working in higher education administration as a director and assistant dean with extensive experience in strategic planning, project management, talent management, organizational assessment and auditing, market trend and data analysis, fundraising, organization growth, volunteer recruitment, and risk and harm assessment. We find out why Brian chose Northern Illinois for his undergraduate experience, why he joined Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and how they are different from other fraternities, what makes Sigma Phi Epsilon so special, how he was able to grow Triangle Fraternity by 60%, what things you should consider when you change fraternity/sorority branding, how chapters of fraternities and sororities can grow during the pandemic, whether fraternities and sororities are still staying true to their mission, what he's doing to help grow Kiwanis, why everyone should have a personal board of directors, and his favorite restaurant in Indianapolis. Enjoy!
Today we have a special treat for our listeners. We have with us Dr. Ron Binder, Associate Dean of Residential Experience at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa! Ron speaks nationally on risk management and alcohol and substance abuse and has been cited in Newsweek, NBC Nightly News, National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation and Court TV. Ron is a seasoned professional with extensive experience in Greek affairs, speaking around the country at Sigma Phi Epsilon leadership programs and traveling to Greece with 17 students from the national fraternity to study Greek philosophy. If you really want to understand Greek affairs, you call Ron. We find out why Ron chose the University of Toledo for his undergraduate experience, what made the brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon so special to him, what it was like being a house dad at Lambda Chi Alpha and Phi Gamma Delta, more about his dissertation at the University of Georgia called "The Environmental Influences on Academic Achievement in Fraternities", how the community at Coe College is different from his other experiences, what it was like to travel to Greece with 17 students from the national fraternity to study Greek philosophy, how can we better support our fraternity/sorority advisors given their limited resources and smaller FSL offices, how Fraternities and Sororities reduce their risk this fall, if it is sustainable to have liability insurance premiums continue to ramp up in the fraternal world, and his favorite restaurant in Cedar Rapids. Enjoy!
Full Text of ReadingsThursday of the Twenty-second Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 434All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Blessed John Francis Burt and Companionsclass="content"> Sep 2, 2020 Franciscan Media Image: Massacre à la Salpêtrière, 3 septembre 1792 | anonymous (Unrelated, but similar incident during the French Revolution.) Saints of the Day for September 2 Blessed John Francis Burté and Companions (d. September 2, 1792 and January 21, 1794) Audio file Blessed John Francis Burté's and Companions' Stories These priests were victims of the French Revolution. Though their martyrdom spans a period of several years, they stand together in the Church's memory because they all gave their lives for the same principle. In 1791, the Civil Constitution of the Clergy required all priests to take an oath which amounted to a denial of the faith. Each of these men refused and was executed. John Francis Burté became a Franciscan at 16 and after ordination taught theology to the young friars. Later he was guardian of the large Conventual friary in Paris until he was arrested and held in the convent of the Carmelites. Appolinaris of Posat was born in 1739 in Switzerland. He joined the Capuchins and acquired a reputation as an excellent preacher, confessor, and instructor of clerics. Preparing for his assignment to the East as a missionary, he was in Paris studying Oriental languages when the French Revolution began. Refusing the oath, he was swiftly arrested and detained in the Carmelite convent. Severin Girault, a member of the Third Order Regular, was a chaplain for a group of sisters in Paris. Imprisoned with the others, he was the first to die in the slaughter at the convent. These three plus 182 others—including several bishops and many religious and diocesan priests—were massacred at the Carmelite house in Paris on September 2, 1792. They were beatified in 1926. Born in 1737, John Baptist Triquerie became a Conventual Franciscan. He was the chaplain and confessor of Poor Clare monasteries in three cities before he was arrested for refusing to take the oath. He and 13 diocesan priests were martyred in Laval on January 21, 1794. He was beatified in 1955. Reflection “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity” was the motto of the French Revolution. If individuals have “inalienable rights,” as the Declaration of Independence states, these must come not from the agreement of society—which can be very fragile—but directly from God. Do we believe that? Do we act on it? Saint of the Day Copyright Franciscan Media
Welcome back to Season 4! Join editor & host, Ryan Smith, as he interviews Adam Cantley, Past National President, about becoming a leader in the Fraternity, majoring in marching band, and Pippin the Pug. Transcription can be found here: Link Questions, Comments, Suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.org
The fun continues on Don't Forget To Flush Podcast (Don't 4get 2Flush - D4G2F) as we travel to Atlanta, The Big A, to meet with Arthur Faison! Husband. Father. Kappa. Mentor. Coach. Podcaster. Kappa. Entrepreneur. Business leader and my all-round definition of the good guy you want in your corner! He is the Co-creator and Co-host of the acclaimed podcast; The 13th floor Podcast (Where the furniture may not always be the best, but the views are amazing) which will be celebrating 200th episode soon!We talk about his passion for family and community as he also helps us unpack black culture elements, including understanding fraternities, Black experiences and of course practical advice on leading a family. With deep commentary on his experience being involved with a Nigerian Family through marriage as well as what it means to be a husband first before father, we have a great episode and we can't wait for you to listen in!Welcome to Season 3 Episode 4!Send Us an email and/or follow us on social media:Don't Forget To Flush Podcast (Don't 4get 2Flush) (D4G2F)Email: email@example.comInstagram: @dont4get2flushTwitter: @dont4get2flushPFacebook Page: Don't Forget To Flush Podcast
During almost two decades of in-house corporate HR and staffing firm experience, Scott Singer brought his knowledge, skill and talents to national and international corporations in a diverse range of industries. Now, as founder and president of Insider Career Strategies LLC, Scott regularly guides individual and corporate clients through the job search and hiring process, consulting on everything from resume writing and interview coaching to staffing programs and recruitment strategies. Scott brings unique insight into what employers want and, most importantly, need when it comes to staffing solutions, drawing on his time with major corporations such as Motorola, Ryder, Bacardi, Burger King and LVMH. Real-world experience and depth of knowledge allow him to act as a true business partner to corporate clients, saving them both time and money via smart staffing and HR decisions. For job seekers, his straightforward advice and understanding of the “other side” provides a direct path toward career growth and success. In episode number 171 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Scott chose Boston University, what was special about Sigma Phi Epsilon there, why he's so passionate about recruiting, staffing, and careers, how college students or new graduates can nail the dreaded elevator pitch with a potential employer, how college students can build an effective resume, ways college students can shine on a video interview, how students should choose between two job offers, what to do if you want to change careers but don't know what you want to do, 3 reasons students should hire him for resume, LinkedIn profile, bio, or career coaching, and his favorite restaurants in the Miami area. Enjoy!
Welcome back to Season 4! Join editor, Ryan Smith, as he interviews Evan Thompson, Past National President, about being Alumni, the future of the Fraternity, and building back membership in chapters. Transcription can be found here: Link Questions, Comments, Suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our next guest is Gigi Robinson. She is a digital artist, health & wellness advocate, current M.S. Candidate, and graduate of the University of Southern California with a Bachelors in Fine Arts, Design, and Photography. She has very strong presences across Tik Tok (100k views on average) and Instagram (15.5k+ followers), and, as of this year, she has been developing her YouTube and Podcast content. Despite all of the physical and psychological challenges that threatened the path to becoming who she is today, Gigi has challenged adversity and dedicated a majority of her life to become a master content creator, always keeping her values of creating positive and impactful messages to her diverse audience as a priority. In episode number 170 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Gigi chose USC, what was special about Tri Delta (Theta-Xi chapter), what #bamarush and #alabamarush on TikTok says about our fraternities and sororities, what drew her into digital marketing in college, details on the DEI training program for the Nationwide TikTok Campus Reps, more on her chronic illness (ehlers danlos syndrome), why she's so passionate about body image issues, how her Instagram Talk Show called "Everything You Need Is Within" came about, tips to avoid burnout in college, how students can use social media to make a real impact, what she looks for in creative partnership opportunities, what's next for Gigi, and her favorite restaurants in New York City. Enjoy!
Mark got a tattoo shortly after Ethan was born that reads, “Like Father Like Son.” But in this week's episode of the Can Crushers Wrestling Podcast it's more, “Like Son Like Father,” as we learn that Ethan was the driving force behind his dad starting the Can Crushers Podcast! With Mark out of town this weekend, he decided to scrap the usual show and piece together the very best wrestling shoot interviews conducted by his son from 2017-2018! Ethan talks to AEW Women's World Champion, Britt Baker; former IWC World Champion and current AEW star and bodyguard to MJF, Wardlow; the greatest tag team in IWC history, The Fraternity, featuring Dark Side of the Ring performer, Channing Decker; the IWC legend who's more spastastic than a ten-year-old Ethan, Andrew Palace; and a real Big Leaguer, John McChesney!Collar X Elbow - The Wrestling Brand Use promo code CanCrushers to save 10% off your order!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (http://paypal.me/cancrushers)
Today our guest is Katie Bulmer! She's a small-town girl who now lives in the mountains of Chattanooga TN. She loves hiking, yoga, making carpool karaoke videos with her two daughters, cheering on her marathon running husband, and working from home with no makeup and a messy bun. She wrote a blog post that turned into a book, that turned into a speaking platform that has launched into a podcast and opened up more doors than she ever thought possible. She also spent 15 years in advertising. All this marketing experience gave her a front-row seat to the $100 million dollar power of influence sorority women have over trends. She believe it to her bones, Sorority Girls can Change the World. In episode number 169 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why she chose Georgia Southern University, what was special about the members of Alpha Delta Pi, how much power sorority members have over trends, what she learned from her friend Elaine who quit high school when she was 17, examples on how can sorority members can make a global impact and literally change lives, how sorority women should set a higher standard in dating, how sisters can better support each other and their dreams, what discussions she is having on the "Truth For Your Twenties Podcast", what she usually talks about in mentoring sessions with students, and Katie's faith in God.
Endelig er sommerferien over! Jon Cato, Lars og Filip møtes i sin nystartede Lambda Omega Lambda-fraternity for å erobre høsten og snakke om alt de har gjort i sommer. Ikke minst blir det snakk om flere nye spill vi har prøvd. Du vil rett og slett ikke tro hva Lars har begynt å spille (hint - Ariana Grande hadde konsert i spillet nylig...). Anbefalingene strekker seg fra kunstprosjekt-apper til reality TV med kåte unge mennesker. Alt som normalt i Bua, med andre ord.
Welcome to Season 4! Join editor, Ryan Smith, as he interviews Marco Krcatovich talking about being the most recent IPP, National Convention 2021, and the bond between National Presidents of the Fraternity and the Sorority. Transcription can be found here: Link Questions, Comments, Suggestions: email@example.com
In this 12 part series, Friar Tim Kulbicki delves into the Constitutions for the Order of Friars Minor Conventual. This is a document that seeks to put on paper the original charism of the Order, given to us from our founder St. Francis of Assisi 800 years ago, and then describe how that charism translates into modern terms. How do we take that charism and set policies and rules to live it in all the friaries across the world? The Constitutions must respond to the needs of an increasingly global, diverse, and pluralistic fraternity.
College fraternity houses have always been known for their legendary levels of grossness. And, as two former rowdy frat guys, both Carlos and CMO have lived through some of the grossest. What are the most notable gross stories they remember? Find out this week on the FratChat Podcast! Trust us, you'll never look at your bath tub the same way again. Follow us on all social media via the links below: Instagram: http://Instagram.com/FratChatPodcast Facebook: http://Facebook.com/FratChatPodcast Twitter: http://Twitter.com/FratChatPodcast Follow Carlos on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/CarlosDoesTheWorld Follow CMO on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/Chris.Moore.Comedy Follow our sponsor The Moon Life on Instagram @themoonlifeclothing and check out their website at http://themoonlife.com Follow Gazzo on Instagram via http://Instagram.com/GazzoMusic and on Twitter at http://Twitter.com/Gazzo
Have you ever been in a SECRET society? Are they PLOTTING to take over the world? After you say a prayer to your favorite Pagan God, kick back and TUNE-IN to this FRATERNITY we all know as QUINNSPIRACY
On a special bonus episode of Danger Close, today's guest is David Morrell. David is a legendary author who has written for fiction, non-fiction, and comic book audiences. His 1972 debut novel First Blood introduced the world to the iconic character Rambo and was adapted into the 1982 film of the same name. Four more Rambo films would follow, all starring Sylvester Stallone. Morrell holds both an M.A. and Ph.D. in American Literature from Penn State University. He has written dozens of books, the Captain American miniseries The Chosen, and issues of both Savage Wolverine and The Amazing Spider-Man. His other notable works include The Brotherhood of the Rose, The Fraternity of the Stone, The League of Night and Fog, The Thomas De Quincey historical mystery series, The Totem, The Fifth Profession, The Hundred-Year Christmas, Double Image, and many others. Morrell's work has received widespread critical acclaim: He is an Edgar, Anthony, Thriller, and Arthur Ellis finalist, a Nero and Macavity winner, and a three-time recipient of the Bram Stoker Award from the Horror Writers Association. He received the Thriller Master Award from The International Thriller Writers organization, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the prestigious Bouchercon convention, RT Book Reviews's Thriller Pioneer Award, Comic-Con's Inkpot award for outstanding achievement in action/adventure, and among others. You can find out more about David and his work at davidmorrell.net, and follow him on Twitter @_DavidMorell and on facebook @davidmorrell Presented by SIG Sauer. Today's show is also brought to you by Organifi. Go to https://organifi.com/dangerclose for 20% off.
Fraternities seem synonymous in the minds of most Americans with the classic college experience. But are the preconceived notions of these groups always positive or consistent with reality? Amy and Mike invited fraternity director Brian Bertges to enumerate the benefits of joining a fraternity. What are five things you will learn in this episode? What are the prevailing perceptions about fraternities? Why do most students join fraternities? How does being a part of a fraternity help with dealing with mental health issues and stresses? How do fraternity men compare to their non-Greek counterparts in areas such as GPA or retention? What should one consider when joining a fraternity at their respective campus? MEET OUR GUEST Learning from his Marine Corps veteran father to always take care of others, Brian made two vital decisions that should shape his life. He joined two fraternities: First Theta Delta Chi and Second the United States Army. Brian recounts his story of joining with a pivotal moment. With walking pneumonia, he couldn't walk and fraternities were inviting him to events. It was then that Michael Crust and other brothers took him to the hospital. Brian knew that he belonged with the Fraternity that took care of him when he needed it. However, due to financial concerns in the family, Brian joined the military. After four years of honorable service, he fulfilled his promise to his brothers and came back. The leadership he learned in the military paid off as he served in multiple positions from president of the Sigma Triton Charge to President of the Interfraternity Council at the Pennsylvania State University. His undergraduate tenure culminated in the Charge winning Fraternity of the Year at Penn State, the Victory Cup for Theta Delta Chi, and Brian Greek Man of the Year at Penn State and Undergraduate of the Year for Theta Delta Chi. Brian then was selected to be a Corps Member for Teach for America, serving underprivileged kids in both New York City and the Washington, DC metro region. Since graduating college, he has been actively involved in Theta Delta Chi International Fraternity, helping to write the curriculum for the Preamble Institute, the premier leadership conference for the Fraternity, served as a board member of the Theta Delta Chi Educational Foundation, and as the 65th President of the Governing and Visionary Board, The Grand Lodge. Brian is currently the Executive Director of the Fraternity, helping to materialize many new innovations and programming, such as their 360 Evaluations, Veterans' Scholarship, and many resources to help develop undergraduate members to be successful. He freely hands his number out to the undergraduate members accompanied by the same dad joke, “I'll give you my number as long as you promise not to call me at 3:00 AM saying, “I got up for a glass of milk, what did you get up for?” Brian has a Bachelor's in Biobehavioral Health from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master's degree in Public Management from the University of Maryland. He lives in Florida with his wonderful wife Mariví, and his two boys Caleb (8) and Jacob (5). He earnestly hopes his sons become Theta Delts, so he can share the bonds of brotherhood with them. Find Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org. LINKS Study: Grades of Greek-affiliated students suffer after joining fraternity, sorority On Greeks and Academic Performance, National Data Tell Different Story Mental Health Impacts of Fraternity and Sorority Affiliation Theta Delta Chi's Resources North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) RELATED EPISODES DOES COLLEGE ENGAGEMENT MATTER MORE THAN SELECTIVITY? WINNING THE GAME OF SCHOOL COLLEGE DECLASSIFIED: WHAT HIGH SCHOOLERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE NEXT LEVEL ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page.
This week! Carlos puts CMO on the hot seat by bringing someone, from their college past, to share their top 3 CMO stories. You will laugh, you will cry, you will have a lot of fun! We freaking got a double ankle break story in here. So hold our beer, Connor McGregor. This is the FratChat Podcast! Follow us on all social media via the links below: http://Instagram.com/FratChatPodcast http://Facebook.com/FratChatPodcast http://Twitter.com/FratChatPodcast Follow Carlos on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/CarlosDoesTheWorld Follow CMO on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/Chris.Moore.Comedy Follow our sponsor The Moon Life on Instagram @themoonlifeclothing and check out their website at http://themoonlife.com Follow Gazzo on Instagram via http://Instagram.com/GazzoMusic and on Twitter at http://Twitter.com/Gazzo
Conclusions that are stated without sufficient evidence invite skepticism. To succeed on the LSAT, you need to be able to spot unwarranted conclusions and poke holes in weak arguments. On your personal statement, you're the one making the argument. You want to demonstrate to the reader that you're an ideal candidate for their law school. The best way to prove your case is to present indisputable evidence. State the facts, and allow the reader to draw their own conclusions about how great you are. On this week's episode, Ben and Nathan review a fraternity treasurer's personal statement that weighs a bit too heavily on conclusions. They offer constructive criticism that anyone writing a personal statement can learn from. The guys also break down an LSAT Conclusion question from PrepTest 73, and Nathan stumps Ben with a brainteaser. Read more on our website!
Bobby and Jared talk about their new studio, not being able to get to work on time, terrible sleep, Jeff Bezos stepping down as Amazon CEO, the NFL owners being a tight knit group, the best General Managers in Boston sports history, the militia that was stuck in Massachusetts a couple weeks ago, and how much money they'd be willing to spend at a golf course. Make sure you SUBSCRIBE to the show to stay up to date on the latest releases! You can also find the video show on YouTube by clicking here. Make sure you sign up with MyBookie.com to get all of your bets in. Use our promo code: SARCASMPOD for a 50% match up to $1000 and get a freeplay!
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America's Heroes Group Roundtable Boots on the GROUND with Partner Victor LaGroon Panelists: Victor LaGroon - US Army Intelligence Analyst 35H Veteran and Director of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances, Diversity and Inclusion Veterans Advisor Greater Los Angeles Area.
There is no greater indicator for whether you will develop debilitating diseases or die a premature death than the amount of body fat you have. Most people recognize this truth, while excusing away why they continue living fat and unhealthy lifestyles. In today's podcast Craig exposes the lies men tell themselves and provides a powder keg of powerful advice for overcoming these lies to live a long, optimized life as a man. If you enjoy this episode of the podcast, please take a minute of your time and leave me a 5 star review on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/masculine-by-design-mancast/id1202628944 Join Craig's brotherhood inside of the Fraternity of Excellence: https://fraternityofexcellence.com Get My Family Leadership Course: https://masculinebydesign.com/familyceo Follow Me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MasculineDesign Follow Me on Gab: https://gab.com/MasculineDesign Get My Newsletter: https://masculinebydesign.com/newsletter Get My Book, Destroy Your Dad Bod: https://deathblowtothedadbod.com My Blog: https://masculinebydesign.com
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This week we finish up an article we started a few weeks ago about the Great Pyramid and initiation. It asks the question we all want to know, “Does Masonry hold the answers to life's problems?” Then we hear a pitch for a brand new fraternity, in 1928--the Fraternity of Osiris, Temple of Memphis. What could this new fraternity offer America in the heartland of Kansas City? Money, wealth, health? We'll wrap it up with a longstanding controversy of Shakespeare--Was he a Freemason? All this and more, stay tuned for this special episode, No. 500! Links: The Oldest Bread https://www.sciencenews.org/sn-magazine/april-2-1921 4th Veil https://4thveil.com Shakespear - Creator of Freemasonry http://www.sirbacon.org/dodd.html William Shakespeare: Master Mason http://www.masoncode.com/william-shakespeare-master-mason/ Shakespeare and Freemasonry - Freemasonry Today https://www.freemasonrytoday.com/features/shakespeare-and-freemasonry The Art of Handwriting - Smithsonian https://www.si.edu/spotlight/art-of-handwriting Ancient Modern Initiation: Special Edition http://www.wcypodcast.com/the-Shop The Master's Word- A Short Treatise on the Word, the Light, and the Self - Autographed https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop Wilmshurst University https://wilmshurstuniversity.com Get the new book! How to Charter a Lodge https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop The Great Books Program! https://wcypodcast.com/the-great-books-program Truth Quantum https://truthquantum.com Our Patreon www.patreon.com/wcypodcast Support the show on Paypal https://wcypodcast.com/support-the-show Get some swag! https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop Get the book! http://a.co/5rtYr2r Links listed may or may not be Amazon affiliate links.