If you're currently going through a stressful period, then this episode is for you!In this episode, you will discover how I dealt with the most stressful time of my life, and everything I've learned from it. Apply for Coaching with Fritz and his Team (Link: http://fritzhorstmann.com) Instagram - for more tips and step-by-step guides (Link: https://www.instagram.com/fritz_horstmann)
It feels like 2 days ago that we were here pawding about a new football coach, but there's so much going on in the world of Houston Cougar sports that the full compliment of co-hosts wouldn't dare miss talking about the following topics: Willie Fritz won the opening press conference and we talked about things that caught our attention from the presser, plus: Fritz/staff contract talk, staff additions, and early portal talk Cougar volleyball had an incredible final weekend of the 2023 season: comprehensively beating a very good UCSB squad and then giving #2 Stanford everything they could handle. We also look ahead to 2024 and beyond for David Rehr's program Men's basketball passes its first road test over Xavier, overcoming overjudicious officiating and some offensive cold spells We reevaluate women's basketball's start to 2023-24 after a disappointing 25-point home loss to Middle Tennessee
Co-hosts Becca Rashid and Ian Bogost explore our relationship with time and how to reclaim it. Why is it so important to be productive? Why can it feel like there's never enough time in a day? Why are so many of us conditioned to believe that being more productive makes us better people? This episode was co-hosted by Becca Rashid and Ian Bogost. Becca Rashid also produces the show. Editing by Jocelyn Frank and Claudine Ebeid. Fact-check by Ena Alvarado. Engineering by Rob Smierciak. The managing editor of How to Keep Time is Andrea Valdez. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Music from by Dylan Sitts (“On the Fritz”), Gavin Luke (“Time Zones”), Martin Guaffin (“The Time”), and Rob Smierciak (“Slow Money,” “Guitar Time”). Want to share unlimited access to The Atlantic with your loved ones? Give a gift today at theatlantic.com/podgift. For a limited time, select new subscriptions will come with the bold Atlantic tote bag as a free holiday bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phillip, Jamie Steyer-Johnson, and Andy Mitts welcome John Wheeler --aka the Ten12 Stats Guy -- to discuss Texas winning the Big 12 Championship and making the final 4-team play-off, the Big 12 bowl berths, Houston hiring Tulane's Willie Fritz, and more. Support the Ten12 Network on Patreon. Save 15% off all non-sale items at Charlie Hustle with promo code TEN1215 Check out Sport Social. Get a deposit match up-to $100 dollars at Prize Picks with promo code NETWORK12. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel. Find every show in the network at Ten12Network.com. Leave us 5-stars and a review. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Willie Fritz is officially the 16th head coach of the Houston Cougar football program and the 3 co-hosts are pretty stoked about it. Talking the news as its arrived, re: Fritz and the following related topics: Why specifically we're so excited about Willie Fritz coming to UH A quick biography of his ~30 years as a college football head coach Early vs long term expectations for what Fritz can do at a UH program in the Big 12 conference Roster and staff super duper early speculation.
Mike and Bobby are joined by Kenny Berthelot, former Voice of Tulane Athletics, to discuss the future in store for Willie Fritz and what Tulane would need to do for Fritz to stay with the team, could Tulane fall into mediocrity if Fritz departs, and whether Tulane would join a Power 5 conference, which could they join?
Fritz and Franco are back to break down the best in boxing. This week, the boys break down Katie Taylor vs Chantelle Cameron 2, Gary Cully vs Reece Mould, Paddy Donovan vs Danny Ball, Diego Pacheco vs Marcelo Coceres, Shakur Stevenson vs Edwin de los Santos, and Emmanuel Navarrete vs Robson Conceicao. As always, we break down all the fights.... with a sense of humor.
It's a not entirely merry episode of Media Path with some hard but cautionary truths about guardianships AND, a new Christmas musical that celebrates our festive diversity.Greg Thirloway and Maurice Godin are launching a new musical called Oy To The World, that celebrates the Jewish composers who brought us so many carol classics like Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, Oh, Holy Night and I'll Be Home For Christmas. Then, we're speaking with investigative journalist, Diane Dimond whose new book about the dangers of guardianship is required reading in a Post-#FreeBritney world.Oy To The World: Christmas With A Twist will premiere, December 14-23, at North Hollywood's El Portal Theatre: Greg and Maurice give us a sneak peak into their new show which takes place at a Catskills lodge where the new owner decides to put on a Christmas show. In so doing, Christmas carol backstories emerge. Did you know, for example that Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer is inspired by writer Bob May being teased as a child about his “Jewish” nose? So, yes, not just Jesus, but also Rudolph was Jewish!Diane joins us to discuss her new book, We're Here To Help: When Guardianship Goes Wrong. She shares her extensive research into the dangerously secretive and insular “legal” practices which lead to citizens losing control of their finances and their freedom. The guardianship or conservatorship systems in the U.S. are state-run,largely unregulated and increasingly populated by financially motivated predators.As we've learned from Britney, anyone who has saved some money or who is earning money is at risk. Diane offers shocking examples of the system's dysfunction and the victims and devastated family members left in its destructive wake. Diane also offers solutions and tips for keeping yourself and your family members safe. As a generation of Boomers continues aging, it is vitally important that we address, amend and federalize guardianship law.Plus, Fritz and Weezy are recommending the new Joan Baez documentary on Prime and Apple TV, I Am Noise and a new crazy cult doc mini-series on Max, Love Has Won: The Cult of Mother God.Path Points of Interest:Diane DimondWe're Here to Help: When Guardianship Goes Wrong by Diane DimondGuardianship Central ResourcesDiane Dimond on FacebookDiane Dimond on TwitterOy! to the World: Christmas With A TwistUse Code: FRITZ for $5 discount on any performance!El Portal on FacebookEl Portal on InstagramMaurice Godin on IMDBGreg Thirloway on IMDBJoan Baez - I Am NoiseLove Has Won: The Cult of Mother God
Ageless Laughter: Exploring Modern Comedy with Fritz Coleman in 'Unassisted Living The Not Old Better Show, Art of Living Interview Series Welcome to 'The Not Old Better Show,' Art of Living Interview Series on radio and podcast, where we explore the joys, challenges, and humor of aging. I'm your host, Paul Vogelzang, and today's episode is brought to you by Journey Perfect Sleep Chair and CrunchLabs. We have a truly special episode for you. Joining us is a man who's spent over four decades lighting up television screens and comedy stages alike. Winner of five Emmy awards, Fritz Coleman, a legend in the world of laughter and a master of weaving humor into the tapestry of aging, is here to share his unique perspective. Fritz's journey from a beloved NBC weathercaster to an Emmy Award-winning stand-up comedian is nothing short of inspiring. In his latest comedy special, 'Unassisted Living,' now streaming on Tubi, Fritz delves into the realities of growing older with a blend of wit and wisdom. But what's truly fascinating is how the acclaimed HBO series 'Hacks' and its portrayal of an aging comedienne, played by Jean Smart, has influenced his work. Today, we'll peel back the layers of Fritz's comedic approach, explore the impact of 'Hacks' on his show, and maybe uncover a few family secrets about where his sense of humor comes from. So, whether you're a long-time fan or just discovering the magic of Fritz Coleman, this is an episode you won't want to miss. Get ready for an engaging journey through laughter, life, and the art of aging gracefully. Stay tuned, as we bring you a conversation with Fritz Coleman, right here on 'The Not Old Better Show.' My thanks to our sponsors today, today's episode is brought to you by Journey Perfect Sleep Chair and CrunchLabs. Please support our sponsors, as they in turn support the show. My thanks to Fritz Coleman for his generous time, excellent humor, and his new hit comedy special, “Unassisted Living,” now available on Tubi. My thanks to you, my wonderful audience on radio and podcast. Please be well, be safe and Let's Talk about Better©, 'The Not Old Better Show,' Art of Living Interview Series on radio and podcast, Thanks everybody, and we'll see you next week.
Bobby and Steve spoke to a WWL listener about Saints head coach Dennis Allen. Bobby shared his thoughts on the head coaching profession. Tulane head football coach Willie Fritz joined Bobby and Steve to preview their upcoming matchup in the AAC Championship Game vs. SMU. Fritz explained the importance of tackling a high-powered SMU offense.
"Bio dad" is a colloquial and informal term often used to refer to a person's biological father. The term distinguishes the biological or genetic relationship between the father and the child, without necessarily implying an ongoing or close relationship. It might be used when discussing family dynamics or relationships, especially in situations where there may be a difference between a biological parent and someone who plays a more active or involved role in the individual's life. It's worth noting that the term "bio dad" is informal and may not carry the same emotional or legal weight as terms like "father" or "dad." The nature of the relationship between a biological father and their child can vary widely, and individuals may use different terms based on their unique family circumstances. Tonight John Durham joins Fritz in this riveting conversation concerning Fathers. Welcome, glad YOU ARE HERE.
If you grew up in Texas during the 1980's, we don't have to tell you who the Von Erichs are. If you are a wrestling fan, we don't have to tell you who the Von Erich are. For everyone else, buckle up. Jack/Fritz was the patriarch. The second Adkisson/Von Erich generation brought Fritz and his wife 6 boys. Only 1 of those 6 boys (Kevin) is still alive. Known as "the Von Erich Curse" Jack Jr, David, Kerry, Mike, and Chris all passed away under terrible circumstances. Join us as we tell the story of wrestling family royalty, and get Historically High on the Von Erichs!
Tulane head football coach Willie Fritz joined Bobby and Steve to preview their upcoming matchup in the AAC Championship Game vs. SMU. Fritz explained the importance of tackling a high-powered SMU offense.
This new Documentary TV Show, Inside Senior Living, is going to take you on an eye opening journey behind the scenes with real families navigating the conversations and decisions to move into a senior living community. Executive Producer and Host, Melissa Fritz, is a certified lifespan wellness coach. Her passion for helping seniors and their families started as a Sales Manager for Brookdale Senior Living and with her own experience being the daughter of a father who had Alzheimer's Dementia and recently passed away after living in a memory care community. The idea for creating Inside Senior Living was born after witnessing the isolation of older adults at the senior living community level during the Covid-19 pandemic coupled with her search to find quality informative, inspirational and entertaining content to share with caregivers and family members. Shows like HGTV's “House Hunters,” Netflix “World's Most Amazing Vacation Rentals,” and TLC's “Long Lost Family” gave Melissa the inspiration to create a docu-series, home-search style TV show made specifically for seniors and their “sandwich generation” adult children. Her mission is to bring the conversation of aging and senior living choices into mainstream culture. She has an unwavering compassion and energy that I know you'll love. The next season of this show is being recorded in Minnesota. If you would like to be considered as a featured family apply HERE! If you need help understanding what the options are for Assisted Living, Memory Care and Nursing Home care and how to have these sensitive conversations with your family members, check out: Illuminating Senior Living! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michele-magner/support
Many young people raised within the restrictive discipline of a strict, Christian evangelical childhood are pulling away from that narrow and dogmatic framework as adults and finding comfort and guidance in a podcasting community of fellow travelers who are walking a similar path. Among these bold podcasters are two former church leaders who are now critical voices in a campaign against Christian Nationalism and for a free and fair pluralistic democracy.Scholar, author, coach and co-host of Straight White American Jesus, Brad Onishi joins us along with musician, author and host of Chapel Probation, Scott Okamoto.In Brad's new book, Preparing for War, he offers brilliant insights into our history and legacy of colonialism, racism and white supremacy and how our untreated wounds continue to fester and infect our political landscape. Bigotry and prejudice are even more insidiously dangerous when they come holding a cross, wrapped in a flag.Brad's podcast with Dan Miller is Straight White American Jesus in which the two university professors examine and discuss the intersection of the religious right and politics in America.Scott's focus is on Evangelical colleges. He taught for 16 years at Azusa Pacific University and become increasingly disillusioned by the subpar academic standards in support of white supremacy. His book, Asian American Apostate recounts his struggle to break free of a value system that encourages White Christian cultural power and to, instead, embrace his own Japanese heritage.Scott's podcast, Chapel Probation features conversations with fellow evangelical college graduates with horrifying stories to share about life on the inside and their escapes from racist, sexist and unforgiving indoctrination.We talk in-depth about the problematic curricula at Fundamentalist Christian colleges, homeschooling and private religious education. We explore the meaning of deconstruction and decolonization as the terms apply to those departing from Christian backgrounds, the Seven Mountains mandate, the new Apostolic Reformation, the ascension of Mike Johnson, purity culture, why the right loves Trump and Putin & much more.Plus, Fritz and Weezy are recommending The Holdovers and Rustin.Path Points of Interest:Brad OnishiStraight White American JesusStraight White American Jesus on FacebookStraight White American Jesus on TwitterPreparing for War: The Extremist History of White Christian Nationalism - And What Comes Next by Brad OnishiScott OkamotoAsian American Apostate by Scott OkamotoChapel Probation PodcastScott Okamoto on InstagramScott Okamoto on Twitter/XThe HoldoversRustin - NetflixMama's Boy - Dustin Lance Black Documentary
Tulane head football coach Willie Fritz joined Bobby, Mike, and Steve to review the Green Wave's 24-8 win over FAU. He praised wide receiver Chris Brazzell for stepping up in an injured WR room. Fritz broke down their upcoming matchup vs an 8-3 UT-San Antonio squad.
Bobby, Mike, and Steve previewed the Saints' upcoming schedule. Tulane head football coach Willie Fritz joined Bobby, Mike, and Steve to review the Green Wave's 24-8 win over FAU. He praised wide receiver Chris Brazzell for stepping up in an injured WR room. Fritz broke down their upcoming matchup vs an 8-3 UT-San Antonio squad. The guys listened to press conference audio from Saints head coach Dennis Allen. Allen shared his thoughts on the Saints' complimentary football, the Falcons' rushing attack, and New Orleans' pass rush. Bobby gave stats about the Saints' defense.
Romans 8:18-27 Friends, the Scritpures are honest in describing an inescapable reality: there is pain in human existence. For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us. Romans 8:18 Paul is honest in describing a life modeled after Jesus and guided by the Spirit includes suffering. He would know. This is his testimony… Five times I received at the hands of the Jews the forty lashes less one. Three times I was beaten with rods. Once I was stoned. Three times I was shipwrecked; a night and a day I was adrift at sea; on frequent journeys, in danger from rivers, danger from robbers, danger from my own people, danger from Gentiles, danger in the city, danger in the wilderness, danger at sea, danger from false brothers; in toil and hardship, through many a sleepless night, in hunger and thirst, often without food, in cold and exposure. And, apart from other things, there is the daily pressure on me of my anxiety for all the churches. 2 Corinthians 11:24-28 Down through the ages some believers have had it worse than this. Notice he begins verse 18 by saying, “I consider,” which means he has taken time to think things through and develop a conclusion: Earthly hardships are temporary. The joy of heaven is eternal. Paul suffered physically and emotionally, but one day he, like us, will have a mind and body immune to pain. He has been without food but in heaven he has a feast. He bears the scars of several beat downs but his unbreakable body awaits. Best of all, he is in the presence of the one who saved him. There's no comparison between what our lives are like now and what they will be in eternity. C. S. Lewis said this… “If we consider the unblushing promises of reward … promised in the Gospels, it would seem that our Lord finds our desires not too strong, but too weak. We are half-hearted creatures, fooling about with drink and sex and ambition when infinite joy is offered us, like an ignorant child who wants to go on making mud pies in a slum because he cannot imagine what is meant by the offer of a holiday at sea. We are far too easily pleased.” In other words, consider what your heart truly desires. The best of what this earth has to offer is a mere shadow of what is to come. Wash your hands of the mud and lift your eyes toward heaven. Whatever your earthly pain or pleasure it cannot be compared with what awaits you Christian. Through grief there is hope!
Inspired by the greats, Johnny Carson, Bob Hope, and Robert Klein, Fritz Coleman wanted to be on TV and make people laugh. When he was a senior in high school, Fritz's uncle gave him tickets to see George Carlin in concert. It was his first experience seeing live standup. Now, Fritz Coleman has become a 5-time Emmy Award Winning Stand-Up Comedian and former NBC Weathercaster. He's opened all over the United States for entertainment icons like Ray Charles, Debbie Reynolds, Jay Leno, and too many others to mention. He's made 8 appearances on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and Jay Leno. He spent 40 years as the main weathercaster for NBC Los Angeles until he retired in 2020. He has a new comedy special “Unassisted Living” that is available now on Tubi! #comedy #standup #standupcomedy #tubi #comedyspecial #jayleno #johnnycarson #georgecarlin #robertklein #tvspecial #streaming #comedyvideo #thetonightshow #nbc
This week Lucie is joined by comedian & "Card Ninja" Javier Jarquin, currently on Broadway with his comedy-card throwing show 'Card Ninja'. Javier was born in Costa Rica to Nicaraguan-Chinese parents, moved to Miami briefly at age 4 before his family settled in Christchurch, New Zealand where he grew up. We talk what it was like being the first foreigner to ever go to his school in Christchurch, being the black sheep of the family because he's never been shot at, the difference between being racist and being curious, the creepiest cafe in the world, why Germany needs a better food campaign, taking risks, his road from New Zealand to Broadway, why he loves Fritz's weiner and SO MUCH MORE! Check out the Patreon for early access to episodes, a great community & extras www.patreon.com/luciepohl Please leave a rating & review for us, it helps so much! Check out & follow Javier on IG @javierjarquincomedian @realcardninja, podcast @immigrantjampodcast & Lucie @ulovelucie ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Mike and Charlie discussed Tulane's recent success under head coach Willie Fritz. Mike praised Fritz, calling him the "best football coach in Tulane's modern history." Maddy Hudak, the sideline reporter for Tulane football, joined Mike and Charlie. Hudak slammed Charissa Thompson's comments about fabricating sideline reports. She reviewed the Green Wave's close matchups vs. inferior AAC opponents. She shared her thoughts on RB Makhi Hughes, DB Jarius Monroe, and C Sincere Haynesworth. Hudak also previewed their upcoming matchup against FAU. Mike, Charlie, and Steve played their daily "Triple Option" segment.
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Fritz Heller returns to the show for a grouse season update and a listener Q & A session on all things grouse hunting and grouse dogs. Show Highlights: Size and confirmation preference in Frtiz's labs “You've got to park the truck in the right spot!” First scent to flush, reading the dog Hunting more than one dog at a time Patterning ruffed grouse Time of the day and ruffed grouse Dude Wipes now get top recommendations - The Essentials Upland hunting pants CONTRIBUTE | patreon.com/birdshot Follow us | @birdshot.podcast Use Promo Code | BSP20 to save 20% with onX Hunt The Birdshot Podcast is Presented By: onX Hunt, Final Rise and Upland Gun Company Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Die Firma Baufritz Erkheim im Unterallgäu setzt seit 125 Jahren auf Holz als Baustoff. Die Geschäftsführerin und Diplom-Ingenieurin Dagmar Fritz-Kramer wurde mit dem Deutschen Umweltpreis ausgezeichnet. Sie ist bei Andreas Estner zu Gast.
Every boomer was gutted and then rocked by the tragedy of JFK's assassination followed by the joy of The Beatles' arrival at the airport named in his honor. Both topics continue to resonate. Today on the show, broadcasting pioneer and JFK assassination historian John Barbour joins us to discuss his latest film, John Barbour & William Shakespeare's Last Word On The Murder of JFK. And Breakfast With The Beatles Host Chris Carter is with us to talk about his live appearances and The Beatles' return to the charts!Emmy Winning writer/host/comedian/director John Barbour has been studying JFK's assassination since he first picked up Mark Lane's book, Rush To Judgement. John has extensively interviewed New Orleans D.A. Jim Garrison, who prosecuted alleged conspirator Clay Shaw and inspired Oliver Stone's groundbreaking film JFK. John's richly researched assassination documentaries soon followed. His third will be screened on November 22nd, the 60th anniversary of the assassination, at the Laemmle Encino Town Center.Breakfast With The Beatles host Chris Carter is a founding member of the 80s alternative band Dramarama, known for the iconic 1986 single, Anything, Anything (I'll Give You). He joins us to talk Beatles. With our attention now so diversified there will never be another band as popular, inspiring and influential. Chris is celebrating 40 years of broadcasting BWTB (now available five days a week on Sirius XM and Sundays on KLOS) with live broadcast events around Los Angeles. Chris shares his playlist programming process and discusses the challenges of doing justice to the most well known foursome in the world and their devoted fans. You can test your own Beatles knowledge as Chris reveals fascinating facts plus his insights into the relationships between the bandmates, his thoughts on what it was like to become world famous while still so young, and why the Beatles have fans of every age from every generation. And Chris shares intriguing background on the creation of the new hit song, Now and Then. We also take a tangential trip into music docs (including Chris's Rodney Bingenheimer film, Mayor of the Sunset Strip).In recommendations, Fritz is offering Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Mathew Desmond and Weezy is watching (after having read!) Lessons in Chemistry on Apple TV+.Path Points of Interest:John BarbourJohn Barbour on WikipediaJohn Barbour's & William Shakespeare's Last Word on The Murder of JFK at The Laemmle Town Center 5 in EncinoBreakfast with the BeatlesChris Carter on WikipediaBreakfast with The Beatles on FacebookBreakfast with The Beatles on InstagramMayor of the Sunset StripDramarama on It's FritzLessons in Chemistry on Apple TVEvicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Mathew Desmond
When Ian Fritz joined the Air Force at eighteen, he did so out of necessity. He hadn't been accepted into college thanks to an indifferent high school career. He'd too often slept through his classes as he worked long hours at a Chinese restaurant to help pay the bills for his trailer-dwelling family in Lake City, Florida. But the Air Force recognizes his potential and sends him to the elite Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California, to learn Dari and Pashto, the main languages of Afghanistan. By 2011, Fritz was an airborne cryptologic linguist and one of only a tiny number of people in the world trained to do this job on low-flying gunships. He monitors communications on the ground and determines in real time which Afghans are Taliban and which are innocent civilians. This eavesdropping is critical to supporting Special Forces units on the ground, but there is no training to counter the emotional complexity that develops as you listen to people's most intimate conversations. Over the course of two tours, Fritz listens to the Taliban for hundreds of hours, all over the country night and day, in moments of peace and in the middle of battle. What he hears teaches him about the people of Afghanistan-Taliban and otherwise-the war, and himself. Fritz's fluency is his greatest asset to the military, yet it becomes the greatest liability to his own commitment to the cause. Both proud of his service and in despair that he is instrumental in destroying the voices that he hears, What the Taliban Told Me is a brilliant, intimate coming-of-age memoir and a reckoning with our twenty years of war in Afghanistan.
Til Luchau and Ruth Werner talk with Walt Fritz PT, as they prepare for some hands-on work with Ruth's chronic cough. Listen in as these three powerhouse presenters discuss hands-on strategy, potential triggers, and psychosocial impacts related to chronic coughs. Ruth shares her personal experiences, emphasizing the challenges and similarities with chronic pain. Their stimulating conversation then delves into the broader implications of treating the whole person rather than just the symptoms, offering unique perspectives on the intersection of manual therapy, anatomical specificity, and the human experience. (This conversation was the run-up to Ruth and Til's "Chronic Symptoms" interview at ABMP, which was featured in Thinking Practitioner Ep. 100) Watch the video and get the full transcript of their conversation on Til or Whitney's sites: Til Luchau's Advanced-Trainings.com Whitney Lowe's Academy of Clinical Massage Resources: Walt Fritz's site Ruth Werner's site Sponsor Offers: Books of Discovery: save 15% by entering "thinking" at checkout at booksofdiscovery.com. ABMP: save $24 on new membership at abmp.com/thinking. Advanced-Trainings: try a month of the amazing A-T Subscription free by entering “thinking” at checkout at a-t.tv/subscriptions/. About Whitney Lowe | About Til Luchau | Email Us: email@example.com (The Thinking Practitioner Podcast is intended for professional practitioners of manual and movement therapies: bodywork, massage therapy, structural integration, chiropractic, myofascial and myotherapy, orthopedic, sports massage, physical therapy, osteopathy, yoga, strength and conditioning, and similar professions. It is not medical or treatment advice.)
Bobby and Steve previewed the Pelicans' In-Season Tournament matchup with the Dallas Mavericks. Bobby slammed Zion Williamson for his comments to the media. Tulane head football coach Willie Fritz joined Steve and Bobby to review the Green Wave's 24-22 victory over Tulsa. He gave an injury update for the team. Fritz shared his thoughts on the changing landscape of college athletics. Bobby and Steve interviewed Oleh Kosel, the editor-in-chief of The Bird Writes. Kosel evaluated the play of New Orleans' guards, highlighting Dyson Daniels and Jordan Hawkins. Bobby projected the Saints' final seven matchups.
Tulane head football coach Willie Fritz joined Steve and Bobby to review the Green Wave's 24-22 victory over Tulsa. He gave an injury update for the team. Fritz shared his thoughts on the changing landscape of college athletics.
Romans 8:1-17 Last week we heard some brutally honest words from the apostle Paul. He reveals his own personal struggles in Romans chapter 7… For we know that the law is spiritual, but I am of the flesh, sold under sin. For I do not understand my own actions. For I do not do what I want, but I do the very thing I hate. vs.24 Wretched man that I am! Who will deliver me from this body of death? Romans 7:14-15; 24. I can relate to this and so can you. We want to do good but we end up doing the very thing we do not want to do. Our inner being wants to please God and recognizes the destructive patterns but yet we continue down the same road. Chapter 7 paints a bleak picture of the believer's ongoing struggle. At the same time there is something else present in the life of a Christian. Something even more powerful. If chapter 7 reveals the battle, chapter 8 gives us the victory. It is the Spirit of God that has the power to set us free from sin's bondage. In the first seven chapters Paul has spoken of God's Spirit only twice, but in chapter 8 the Spirit is mentioned 20 times! For the law of the Spirit of life has set you free in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and death. Romans 8:2 The law shows us we are sinners and brings condemnation and death, but the law of the Spirit brings liberation and life. This was accomplished when Jesus took on human flesh and was without sin. He stood apart from it, therefore he could judge it. Through his resurrection Jesus conquered sin's penalty. The same Spirit that raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you and now gives you the power to overcome life's daily temptations. Paul explains how the Spirit of God works in cooperation with the Word of God and this gives you a new mindset, a new lifestyle, a new identity and new purpose. You are part of a new humanity and you are not in this alone. What a great comfort!
Zoe is live at the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) 2023 Convergence and is joined by patient advocate Shelley Fritz who lives with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Shelley describes her patient perspectives poster about how using the Mediterranean diet has led to significant enhancements in her quality of life through increased energy, reduced fatigue, less pain, and a greater willingness to socialize with family and friends. Contact Our Hosts Steven Newmark, Director of Policy at GHLF: firstname.lastname@example.org Zoe Rothblatt, Associate Director, Community Outreach at GHLF: email@example.com We want to hear what you think. Send your comments in the form of an email, video, or audio clip of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org Catch up on all our episodes on our website or on your favorite podcast channel.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When Ian Fritz joined the Air Force at eighteen, he did so out of necessity. He hadn't been accepted into college thanks to an indifferent high school career. He'd too often slept through his classes as he worked long hours at a Chinese restaurant to help pay the bills for his trailer-dwelling family in Lake City, Florida. But the Air Force recognized his potential and sent him to the elite Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California, to learn Dari and Pashto, the main languages of Afghanistan. By 2011, Fritz was an airborne cryptologic linguist and one of only a tiny number of people in the world trained to do this job on low-flying gunships. He monitored communications on the ground and determined in real time which Afghans are Taliban and which are innocent civilians. This eavesdropping was critical to supporting Special Forces units on the ground, but there is no training to counter the emotional complexity that develops as you listen to people's most intimate conversations. Over the course of two tours, Fritz listened to the Taliban for hundreds of hours, all over the country night and day, in moments of peace and in the middle of battle. What he heard taught him about the people of Afghanistan—Taliban and otherwise—the war, and himself. Fritz's fluency is his greatest asset to the military, yet it becomes the greatest liability to his own commitment to the cause. Both proud of his service and in despair that he is instrumental in destroying the voices that he hears, What the Taliban Told Me is a brilliant, intimate coming-of-age memoir and a reckoning with our twenty years of war in Afghanistan. https://www.ianlfritz.com/ What the Taliban Told Me - https://bit.ly/49pTYR9 What I Learned While Eavesdropping on the Taliban (Atlantic Article) - https://bit.ly/3u2O34p Support this podcast: Thank you to our sponsor: Tobacco Free Adagio Health: https://tobaccofree.adagiohealth.org/ The Scuttlebutt is now on Wreaths Across America Radio. You listen in any time with this live link: https://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/radio To find out more information about the Veterans Breakfast Club and view our upcoming schedule of online and in-person events, visit our website at: http://www.veteransbreakfastclub.org/ #podcast #zoom #scuttlebutt #thescuttlebutt #humor #storytelling #headlines #news #oralhistory #militaryhistory #roundtable #navy #army #airforce #marinecorps #marines #military #coastguard #veteran #veterans #veteransbreakfastclub #vbc #nonprofit #501c3 #veterans #veteran #vet #militaryhistory #usarmy #army #vietnam #usnavy #navy #pilot #airforce #veteranowned #coastguard #aviators #militaryveterans #Iraq #vietnamveterans #veteransstories #veteranshistory #veteranshistoryproject #veteranstravel #veteranstrips #veteranshistoricaltours #veteransoralhistory #militaryretirees #armyretirees #navyretirees #warstories #airforce #vietnamwar #veteraninterview
Kathy Fritz is a board-certified master hormone coach who helps women in perimenopause and menopause experience relief from hormonal symptoms like fatigue, hot flashes, moodiness, and insomnia. Her clients lose weight, rediscover their energy, feel sexy, and stop thinking they're losing their minds. In this episode:
Boris, Fritz, and Rey discuss the 1969 Piazza Fontana bombing in Milan and subsequent murder of the anarchist Giuseppe Pinelli at the hands of his police interrogator through the lens of the 2012 historical drama film, Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy (2012 - Romanza di una Strage). Subscribe to patreon.org/tenepod and twitter.com/tenepod.
In honor of Veterans Day, we have a very special episode for you. After any war, including WWII, soldiers are often deeply haunted by what they saw and did during the war. American Don Malarkey and German Fritz Engelbert, both depicted in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers for fighting in one of the biggest military operations of all time, were no different. For 60 years, they held onto guilt and pain from WWII…until something happened that changed the rest of their lives and gave them peace.Today I'm joined by Don's daughter, Marianne, and Fritz's sons, Matthias and Volker, to hear about an unlikely close friendship that is almost impossible for veterans who had seen each other as enemies for decades. I was blown away when I first heard their story!You'll hear:Why Don and Fritz each joined their country's military in the 1940'sWhat D-Day and The Battle of the Bulge was like for both sidesWhat led to an extremely unusual encounter 60 years after the warHow that encounter totally changed their lives and the lives of their familiesHow the book Saving My Enemy by Bob Welch, which details their story, came to be writtenOrder a copy of Saving My Enemy on Amazon HEREEnter to win a free e-copy of the book (drawing will be November 17)Leave a review of this podcast on your favorite platform; it helps us get these stories out to more people who need to hear them!To give specific feedback directly to us on what you like about the podcast and what you don't, fill out this 5-minute survey.Don't let fear win. Get your FREE copy of the Unbeatable Army Survival Guide HERE.
Fritz Heller returns to the show for a grouse season update and a listener Q & A session on all things grouse hunting and grouse dogs. Show Highlights: Stick in the eye… ouch! Ranger shooting glasses (Phantom 2.0) Should I get off the trail with my dog? How do I keep my flushing dog from ranging too far Functionally steady and whistle sits Don't over handle your young grouse dog Can I slow my dog down? The American cocker CONTRIBUTE | patreon.com/birdshot Follow us | @birdshot.podcast Use Promo Code | BSP20 to save 20% with onX Hunt The Birdshot Podcast is Presented By: onX Hunt, Final Rise and Upland Gun Company Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Article: The Pre-Arranged Murder of J.D. Tippit - Part 1 Part 2 of John Armstrong's article Part 3 of John Armstrong's article Today's episode starting from the section Between 1:30 PM and 2:00 PM of Part 3 There was no Alex James Hidell ID cards in Oswald's wallet Part 4 of John Armstrong's article The .38 revolver that was "allegedly used to murder Tippit" The sequence of events from 2:15pm onwards Hosty told the Warren Commission that during the interrogation, "Oswald emphatically denied shooting anyone" "I didn't shoot anyone" - Oswald "Fritz was reluctant to tell others what he was doing" - Henry Wade FREE Download Ebook: Forgive My Grief by Penn Jones, Jr.: Vol 1, Vol 2, Vol 3, Vol 4 Alek James Hidell ID cards are placed in Harvey Oswald's arrest wallet 225 items of evidence sent to the FBI The Alex James Hidell ID card Oswald was returned to Fritz's office Read more about Oswald's murder here Part 5 of John Armstrong's article "I'm the only one in the background that knows the truth. Everything pertaining to what's happening has never come to the surface. The world will never know the true facts of what occurred, my motive. The people had too much to gain and had such an alterior motive for putting me in the position I'm in, will never let the true facts come above board to the world" - Jack Ruby What exactly happened in the 2nd floor balcony at the Texas Theater Lee Oswald is arrested in the balcony The very interesting details about Captain Westbrook
Filmmakers possess the unique ability to immerse us in the lived experiences of others and in so doing, promote kindness, compassion and empathy. Directors Tracy Droz Tragos and Charles Mudede join us to share their newest projects. Tracy's film is called Plan C and it follows a network of courageous women who are working to ensure access to pregnancy terminating medications. Charles directed Thin Skin, a powerful and funny look into the life of musician/comedian Ahamefule Oluo who has never met but lives in the shadow of his Nigerian father.Charles Mudede is a writer, cultural critic and filmmaker whose film is inspired by Oluo's stage play which began as a segment on This American Life. It's the story of a young, bi-racial man in search of himself while grappling with divorce, children, identity, purpose and the heartbreak of displeasing an absent father.Tracy Droz Tragos is an accomplished and award winning documentarian whose film, Plan C documents the heroic work of the women who comprise a grassroots effort to safeguard access to the two-drug treatment known as a medial abortion. The drugs are prescribed legally through telemedicine visits, however access to information about their availability is muzzled. Tracy's hope is that her film will raise awareness. We also discuss the doctors on the frontline, the supportive husbands, the social media shutdowns and messaging workarounds:… a mobile billboard, subway ads and QR code stickers in college restrooms. We then get into legal intrigues like individual state policies, Shield Laws and the Supreme Court's squeeze between two masters… the religious right and big pharma.Plus, Fritz and Weezy are recommending Alexandra Pelosi's The Insurrectionist Next Door on Max and Stephen Spielberg's Life on Our Planet on Netflix.Path Points of InterestTracy Droz TragosPlan C Plan C TrailerPlan C on FacebookPlan C on InstagramPlan C on TwitterThe Turnaway StudyThin Skin Thin Skin Screening InformationThink Skin TrailerThin Skin on FacebookCharles Mudede on WikipediaThe Wedding Crasher - This American LifeThe Insurrectionist Next DoorPelosi in The HouseLife on Our Planet - Netflix
In the Michaelmas issue of Gottesdienst, Fritz took aim at 1517. In this episode we chat about his article and discuss the further implications of what he is seeing. ----more---- Host: Fr. Jason Braaten Regular Guest: Fr. Fritz Eckardt----more---- Become a Patron! You can subscribe to the Journal here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/subscribe/ You can read the Gottesblog here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/gottesblog/ You can support Gottesdienst here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/make-a-donation/ As always, we, at The Gottesdienst Crowd, would be honored if you would Subscribe, Rate, and Review. Thanks for listening and thanks for your support.