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Jonah Gray (@ajonahgray) is one of those men with too many hats. First, he's the host of Rethoughts, a podcast that teaches you how to think and question what you know. If that weren't enough, he helps in the family business at Gray's Studio doing marketing and simultaneously works in the newly opened TX Trends wheel shop that he and the family brought about. Finally, if that weren't enough, he's spun up his own merch brand with his youngest brother, Skelliez Clothing. We talk about the Vision Quest Jonah just went on, fasting, and all the cool tidbits surrounding his recent and enlightening trip to Utah. For more information and show notes, check out www.deadxtomorrow.com/episode/jonah-gray-vision-quest-hosting-your-own-funeral-and-fasting
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One this episode, Amanda reminds all the elderladies to get those titties checked. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month after all. Melissa tells a story of Justin Beck at a Black family funeral and his first Thanksgiving with the beloved Shorty and Mercy. Also, do you sometimes root for scammers? Melissa said she did until Amanda reminded her she shouldn't.
I can't tell you how many times in the past couple weeks that I've been having this exact conversation with people who've been calling in. They're asking us to do their video services, or they're doing something with our isting advocate, and they're talking about developing a unique selling proposition around their brand. It always comes down to the same conversation: advertising is not marketing and marketing is not advertising. So what I want to do on this podcast is really explain the difference between the two, because they are night and day. Oftentimes, many of us in the real estate community lump them as the same activities. It's extremely, extremely important to understand the difference between the two, because the truth is, regardless of what type of business you're in, you should be doing a little bit of both. You should always be marketing your business and you should always be advertising it.Three Things You'll Learn in This EpisodeThe difference between advertising and marketingHow to advertise and market your unique brand accordinglyWhere business comes from for real estate agents or lendersResourcesReal Estate Marketing DudeThe Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!)REMD on YouTubeREMD on InstagramTranscript:So how do you attract new business, you constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas to real estate marketing. And this podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust Most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. Let's get started.What is up ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast. What is up everybody, what we're going to be doing today on today's episode is I'm not gonna bring bringing on a guest, we're gonna actually go through and I want to teach today.I can't tell you how many times in the past couple weeks that I've been having this exact conversation with people who've been calling in and that that we're doing demos, they're asking us to do their video services, or they're doing something with our listing the listing advocate, where they're talking about developing a unique selling proposition around their brand. And it always comes down to the same conversation. And what that is, is that advertising is not marketing and marketing is not advertising. So what I want to do on this podcast is really explain the difference between the two, because they are night and day. And oftentimes, many of us in the real estate community lumpa mess are the same activities. And it's extremely, extremely important to understand the difference between the two, because the truth is, regardless of what type of business you're in, you should be doing a little bit of both, you should always be marketing your business. And you should always be advertising as such. So we're going to start here is we're start at the beginning. And I have to give you the why, before I could give you the what. And the reason, we're gonna start with where business comes from, for real estate agents or lenders. In that case, and we'll speak specifically on those two topics. Now. I'm looking at a chart right now on a computer. And what it's telling me and this is a stat from Nara National Association of Realtors. And basically what it's telling me is that 80% of closed transactions last year came from people you already personally met, they used you in the past, or you actually ran into them. Personal referral, personal acquaintance, they ran into your office. So it's either people you meet, or you worked in the past, or people that were referred to you, period. Now, that's where over 80 freaking percent of business comes from. So I want to take a sudden get out of the real estate industry, I want to talk about what I would do. If I started a new business, I want you to apply this concept to your business and see where you can fill in the gaps. First and foremost, have I started a taco stand very first thing I would do is say, where in San Diego, would I sell the most amount of tacos? Number one, why? Because I'm going to look to see where I could get the most amount of sales? Well, in your real estate business, you should ask yourself the same damn thing. Where am I going to get the most amount of sales. Okay, so back to the taco restaurant. If I'm in San Diego, I'm probably gonna end up putting the taco restaurant in like the PV area. Why the Pacific Beach area well, because there's always drunk college kids there and those kids stay out till two o'clock in the morning, which means I probably have another three or four hours of open time to sell a bunch of more tacos, in addition to my whole daytime to a bunch of drunk college kids. Well, that's probably the best location. So I know that I would probably open up my taco stand in that area. Now let's flip back to real estate. In real estate, if we know that 80% of our business comes from the people we already know, we refer to her personally. But that means I'm going to plop my face in front of all of those people consistently. I'm not opening up per se a brick and mortar store to where they live. But I just couldn't keep my face in front of them very easily every month in a consistent way because that's where the majority of my business comes from. Now, that would be point one. Now in that if I wanted to generate more sales, then maybe I would start advertising and then maybe I would take out an ad in or maybe a radio ad just to bring more awareness that would be advertising I'd be come by my house come by my house I'm expecting or come by my tacos come by my tacos. I'm expecting somebody to take action on something that I am trying to do myself. So same thing with real estate, well I can buy Zillow leads, I can buy different types of business, I can buy certain other things. And with real estate, I could lead generate different types of transactions or anything because I am lead generating. So the difference between advertising and marketing is strictly on how you're doing it. When I'm marketing my business. I'm fighting for attention and awareness. When I'm advertising my business, I'm fighting for action and leads as a direct result of something I met. Now, what surprises me so much in this business? Is that no matter where, where, no matter what I mean, I have clients all over the country. Now at this point, we have people from Florida, freaking California and North East northeast, and everyone has the same problem, guys, I cannot stress this anymore. Why aren't you guys just staying in front of that 80% a lot more often? And what kind of aka marketing activities are you doing to accomplish that? Okay, so I'm going to speak to specifically on marketing first, and then we're gonna go into advertising. In my opinion, if you're a mortgage broker, and you're a real estate agent, and you're not marketing your local community, and the people you already know, you are losing money on a daily basis, we're not necessarily losing money on a daily basis, what's really happening is you're logging on to Facebook, and realizing that there's been a certain amount of people that are buying or selling without you because they forgot what the hell you do for a living. But guess what, it's not their job to remember what the fuck you do. It's your job to remind them. So one of the things and the most important thing you could do in this business again, in my opinion, as real estate marketing, dude, is market the people you already know, the problem is, how do you do that, Mike? How the hell do I stay in front of the people I already know, they don't want to hear about market updates, they don't want to hear about me just listed just sold. No shit, they don't listen, if you keep talking about work all the time. And you're always just talking about work, work, work, work, work, people are gonna tone you out, if all I did was talk about work with all my friends, they stop asking me to go eat dinner man. And their same thing happens to your database. But that doesn't mean we stopped talking to them, you stop talking to your significant other, you're going to get a divorce doesn't mean so you have to carry on the conversation, you have to even market your significant other. So what I'm getting at here is that it's very, it's so important to maintain a consistent presence. And this is the reason why if most of the business already comes from the people that we know, like trust, and the ones that already know and love us, well.We have to be conscious of that. Because the average number of transactions a human being does over the course of their lifetime is three to five. So what that means is that every single relationship you have in life right now, depending on your market, just what's the average sale price of your market, and times up by three or four. That's the value of a relationship for you today. So let's just put that into context in San Diego here. Prices here expensive 801 point 5 million where we live at. And if I'm working just this market, well, I'm looking at somebody as Hey, I'm going to sell this person, every person, I know an average of 2.5 to $4 million over the course of their lifetime, do the math on that that's roughly 75 to $100,000 worth of income. Now, the reason why though I can't just put that price tag on them is because that individual has the ability to refer me three, four, or five and unlimited amount of people over the course of lifetime of a relationship that I could do the same thing with. So your relationships that you have in life, actually, I don't think you could put a price tag on them. But if you wanted to be very, very safe, that would be the best way that you could approach that situation to determine how the value of each relationship is. Now, when we're talking about people transacting in her moving, I know it's a numbers game. It's mathematical because 10 to 15% of the population will move each and every year and 100% of them will have a referral for me. If I'm consistently marketing, my database marketing my sphere of influence marketing, my email list marketing, my Facebook friends, marketing, my Instagram accounts, marketing my LinkedIn followers, marketing on tik tok, if I'm just constantly putting my face out there in the world and the universe, well 10 to 15% of the people see my content will be moving in 100% of them every referral for you. The problem is you don't get referrals from strangers, you get them from the people you know, that's why the number one database keep in touch in contact with the people you'd invite to your wedding. Funeral if you had an unlimited budget for both. That's it. This business is not rocket science. Okay. question is how do you do it? Well, we own a video marketing company so I have no problem telling you how we do it. I would love to do it for you. But how we do it is we shower them with video content. We video email our databases once or twice a month with content that doesn't necessarily have to be about real estate. Hey Johnny, do you guys see the new restaurant is open every neighborhood you should really go check it out. Their tacos are the bomb. Oh, hey, did you see the new property that the new development that just went out in our neighborhood? Guess what if you're wondering how much those values are going for, they're going for $500,000 that means your house is not worth this. Or Guess what? Did you see that in the state of California they just outlawed all the zoning requirements for single family homes. This means that your next door neighbor can build a four flat in section eight it. Whatever a value, sometimes it's entertainment, sometimes it's informational, but whatever a value is what you communicate. Oftentimes we just overthink the process what I say they're gonna think I'm stupid. What I do here, do you actually overthink the process, when you pick up a phone call from a lead, or you talk to an old friend you haven't spoke about in 15 years? Absolutely not. You shouldn't overthink this either. See, to truly market your database, I always recommend taking on a multi pronged approach. The same reason why other retailers do it, I like direct mail in my database, I like video emailing my database. And I love being all over social media with my database. Why? Well 10 to 15% of them are gonna move. And the more they see me, the more likely I am to get that first call. And when I do 80% of the people will work with the first person they meet with. That's why this is common sense. I'm not smart. I'm not doing anything or teaching you guys anything else that you don't already know, on the inside, I'm just bringing it to light. See, the problem is, is that you have all these companies coming out here trying to sell you a bunch of fucking leads by this by that you got to lead generate, sell, sell, sell, sell, sell, sell folks, a percent of the business, I just told you where it came from. So when you're signing up for all these expensive platforms, when you're signing up for the super duper websites and the email autoresponders, what you're really doing is fighting for less than 20% of the actual population, where you could just be staying in front of the people you already know, like and trust, whether that's 100 people, whether it's 300 people, or whether that's 1000 people, because within it the same numbers I just told you about are accurate. So what do you do? I promise you that content creation. it already is. But I promise you that consistent content creation and brand is the entire future of our business. And for those people that are going to sell, sell, sell, sell, sell, sell, sell, sell, it's gonna get harder and harder and harder and harder, just like it is for the past 10 years, those who are that are cold calling right now. Was it easier to cold call a few years ago as it is today. Those of you that converting online leads right now, was it easier to convert online leads a few years ago than it is today. Those of you who went door knocking? Did you get less guns pull on you at the house or less pissed off people back then then you do today? Absolutely, folks, because consumer habits have changed. information gathering has changed. And what we have to do is change with it. Now, I'm not saying don't advertise. But what I am saying is you should prioritize quote unquote marketing activities, content creation, bringing constant attention awareness to your brand, and staying in front of those people first, before you ever fucking think about spending $1 on advertising. The truth is you're going to convert less than 5% on any advertising campaign and advertising is really expensive. If you don't believe me out, go check your market. What's your average zip code going for from our boys, Zillow? What is Zillow selling you the zip codes for all right, Johnny, you get X amount of leads per month. You know why? Because customer acquisition is always expensive, not just in real estate. But in any business. Do you know what these eye buyers pay for a seller lead? You know what investors would pay for a seller lead a lead someone that raise their hand just one lead an inquiry 180 to 250 bucks. In some cases, sometimes you go as high as $300 in different markets. That's very expensive guys.It's very expensive to acquire a customer, it is always a lot less expensive to generate a referral or repeat business. It's in any business. It's not a real estate thing. It works in Zappos. It works in every single entity, and they're doing it that's why so many people have marketing plans. So I'm not saying don't advertise. But here's what I am saying about advertising. If you're going to advertise, you better advertise to a niche or a niche it needs to be a very specific solution to somebody's fucking problem. If you're hitting like Every Door Direct Mail and you're sending out what's your home worth You are wasting your damn money in my opinion. Why do real estate investors never have a listing problem? Well, it's because they know how to advertise. Why do these I buyers not have a listing problem or a home problem? Well because they know how to advertise. See what they do though is they buy segmented data or they put their offer or their solution. In front of the very people that really, really, really need it. That's advertising folks. See, the reason why a lot of your Facebook ads are taken six to nine months, 12 months out, and people are getting frustrated with them is because you're advertising in a platform that people aren't necessarily looking for that information. That's why the lead life and Facebook is a lot longer traditionally than any other source. But if you were to take that over to Google, for example, and advertise on, say, Google, people, were there expressing intent, they're actually looking for the information or whatever the hell you're selling? Well, that's a lot better solution, don't you think? So, what I'm saying is like, let's just take listing lead generation, for example, we're gonna start a big listing lead generation campaign here in San Diego a little bit. And I'm putting my team together here, and my job is gonna be to market and generate leads. And for me, here, I don't have a database, I don't have anyone to market, right. But I have a bunch of agents that I'll be marketing their databases for them, because I always know that will bring in business, it doesn't mean we're not going to advertise, we are going to advertise. But we're going to advertise smart, we're going to advertise directly for seller lead generation. And to dial it down even further, what I'm going to be doing is buying a list of data from my friends over at geopoint data, go look them up, guys give Dustin a little shout out geopoint data.com. And when I buy that list of data, I'm going to buy landlords, people who have financial problems, probate, divorce death, I'm going to buy a list of people who are more than likely to sell their house, I'm not buying a farm, I'm not trying to build a brand. I'm trying to get a solution so I could sell some more damn houses. And if I want to minimize my spend, and maximize my ROI, the number one way you do that is by targeting the very right people, and then putting our solution right in front of those very people. That's what advertising is. So I'm not saying don't advertise, but I'm saying if you're gonna advertise, you advertise that niche. You never advertise a generalization because when you advertise a generalization, you're wasting your damn money. Buying Zilla leads is advertising a niche. Why? Because you're buying specific conversations or inquiries of people who are inquiring about homes list or homes. That's an advertising, right, you buy leads, you're buying inquiries, hey, contact, put your information in here, and I'll give you information here, that's a lead. What I would never do, though, is like, personally, I personally wouldn't buy the shopping cart ad, I personally wouldn't buy the shopping cart ad at the grocery store. Now what else I probably wouldn't do is I probably wouldn't buy the billboard, I would do that more for branding and marketing. But when I had the dumb few money to waste, if I'm going to spend money on lead generation, I'm going to niche down, and I'm going to look for a very specific audience or segment that I have a solution for, and then I'm going to put my solution in front of them. That is the magic for advertising. But before I would ever do that, I'm going to go ahead and start marketing first. And I'm going to market the people who already know the ones I've worked with in the past, and the people that I've personally met, I'm going to do my best to stay in front of them, because 10 to 15% of them will return to me or will be moving in 100% of them have referral for me. And the more content I create, the larger that email list grows, the larger that social media reach grows, and then the more opportunities that fit that exact same formula also exist. So folks want to keep it short and sweet today, I want you to break down your business. And I want you to look at it in two ways. I want you to look at what you're doing. As in terms of marketing activities. Are you doing client events? How you stand in front of your peeps? Are you consistently sending emails? Are you direct mail in your database? Are you kidding me? are you creating content on social media to remind people you're doing and if not put the pen to paper, this is the fourth quarter launch next year with a marketing plan that will actually pay you.On the other end, I want you to look and say hey, what is my niche? What's the one problem I could potentially solve for people? And then look at your budget. And then say, Okay, if I do this, what can my ROI be? your ad spend will always be higher on lead generation or advertising than it will be on marketing. It's just the way it is. It's a lot less expensive to stay in front of people than it is to try to get new people to inquire with whatever type of food you're serving. So I want you to take what we have here today. Listen, and list out both of what you're doing at each side of your business and dwindle it down. You don't need to be doing a million things you need to be doing one thing really damn good. Once you accomplish that, then go on to the next thing and start doing that really damn good. Then you go on to the next thing and then you start fucking doing even better at that. You don't approach multiple leader advertising campaigns until you master the first one you work on. That's how you run a profitable ROI and scale up your business. But the Easiest way to start is by starting by the lower hanging fruit. And by hitting the people you already know and creating a marketing plan before you ever start advertising I really hope this message resonated with you today. 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Americans remember former Secretary of State Colin Powell, Israeli and Russian leaders hold a summit in Sochi, and China undergoes a World Trade Organization policy review. Articles Mentioned in the Podcast “Colin Powell: An American Life,” Richard Haass, CFR.org, October 18, 2021. “The Price of Nostalgia,” Adam Posen, Foreign Affairs 100, no. 3 (May/June 2021). “The Bomb Will Backfire on Iran,” Ray Takeyh, Foreign Affairs, October 18, 2021. Podcasts Mentioned “Trade Protectionism,” Adam Posen, The President's Inbox, September 21, 2021. “Beijing's Grand Strategy,” Matt Pottinger, The President's Inbox, October 19, 2021. Memos, Reports, and Speeches Mentioned “Trade Policy Review of the People's Republic of China,” David Brisbee, U.S. Mission to Geneva, October 20, 2021. “EU Statement at the 8th Trade Policy Review of China,” João Aguiar Machado, Permanent Mission of the European Union to the WTO, October 20, 2021. “Australia's Statement on China's Trade Policy Review,” George Mina, Twitter, October 20, 2021. Address to the United Nations on Iraq, Colin Powell, Washington Post, February 5, 2003. “Remarks As Prepared for Delivery of Ambassador Katherine Tai Outlining the Biden-Harris Administration's ‘New Approach to the U.S.-China Trade Relationship,” Katherine Tsai, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, October 4, 2021. Resignation letter of Harold Hongju Koh [PDF], Politico, October 2, 2021. WTO Secretariat's report for China's Trade Policy Review, September 15, 2021.
Will and Evan take a quick look back at last week's BC game, run through our expectations for the Miami game and the coldest of hot takes! If you like the pod, consider supporting us @ https://redwhitenetwork.com/membership Thanks to the sponsor LivingReleaf.com use code RedWhite20 for 20% off North Carolina-based Delta-8, CBD and THCV products. Relaxation w/o the high. Notes
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The veil is thinner than ever this time of year. So if you're curious about incorporating your ancestors into your practice and want to connect with them more, this episode will give you a beginner's manual on how to do that. We cover the difference between ancestor veneration and ancestor worship, the ethics to consider when working with your ancestors, and different traditions of ancestor veneration from around the world. Listen to hear how Maria and Laura are honoring and connecting with their ancestors in their own practices.Support the show (https://patreon.com/thenewwitches)
Carl & Chanel try to think of phrases that occur in your every day life that can also be used in the bedroom. Oh come on, by now all of us are masters of the "That's What She Said" jokes right? Well, just apply that to every aspect of your life! Join us as we cover what can be said at the doctors office, gym, funerals, and the bedroom! We are improvising these so if you think you can do better...call us?Buy our merch! https://rated-e-for-everything.creator-spring.com/?
Divorce Dish is a 3-part series on divorce and women who have been thru it. These women are mentioning it all: talking about the cost of divorce, the moment they knew it was over, and do their kids resent them for it? Plus, in-laws, were they glad to see them go? This episode features Tracy and her story about Ralph. Show is sponsored by: radleyacura.com, ourtownaudio.com, and terratorie.com use code SARAH for 20% off your order. Advertise with TSFS email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This podcast covers New Girl Season 2, Episode 20, Chicago, which originally aired on March 26, 2013 and was written by Luvh Rakhe and directed by Jake Kasdan. Here's a quick recap of the episode:When Nick finds out his dad died of a heart attack, the whole loft goes to his funeral that Nick has to plan. Jess tries to help and support him while drawing the line at writing Walt's eulogy. Meanwhile, Winston helps Schmidt get over his fear of death and open caskets.We discuss Pop Culture References such as:Elvis - Jess impersonated Elvis at Nick's Dad's funeral and sang two of Elvis' songs. “In the Ghetto”“Burning Love”Additional Pop Culture References such as:Trail Blazers - When sharing about Portland, Jess mentioned she was “from the land of books” and simply, “Trailblazers”. The Portland Trail Blazers are an American professional basketball team based in Portland, Oregon. The Trail Blazers compete in the National Basketball Association as a member of the league's Western Conference Northwest Division. Wrigley Ticket Stub - As they're leaving Chicago and saying goodbye to Bonnie, Winston mentions he took a Wrigley Ticket Stub to remember Walt by. A Wrigley Ticket Stub comes from Wrigley Field, which is a baseball park located on the North Side of Chicago, Illinois. It is the home of the Chicago Cubs, one of the city's two Major League Baseball franchises. As of 2021, Wrigley field is the second oldest baseball stadium in the United States. We cover Schmidt's breakdown over the middle-class button system and death as our “Schmidtism” this episode. For “Not in the 2020s” we discuss how Nick's mother asks Jess if “she is a Spanish” and refers to Schmidt as “Fat Schmidt”. In our “Yes in the 2020s” we talk about how everyone in the loft came to the funeral with Nick, Jess putting on the Elvis costume, and Schmidt's “eulogy” to Winston. We also explore the careers of Margo Martindale (Bonnie), Bill Burr (Bobby), and Nick Kroll (Jamie), the guest stars of this episode.Also in this episode were the following guest stars who we do not discuss in the podcast: Eric Edelstein (Elvis), Ellen Albertini Dow (Aunt Ruthie), Lila Lucchetti (Deann), Emily R. Wilson (Carol), and Kai Caster (Cousin).We also discuss how Dennis Farina, who plays Walt, passed away 3 months after this episode aired and how this was Ellen Albertini Dow's last television appearance before she passed in 2015 at the age of 101. We also share this article (which contains spoilers) where we learned that they knew this episode was always going to be part of Season 2 but that this was supposed to be earlier in the season and would be the first kiss for Nick and Jess. This episode also had an initial cut of 43 minutes and a lot of the improv with Nick Kroll, Bill Burr, and Jake Johnson had to be cut to make the episode time. On the podcast, we also mention the following articles where Mac Davis did an interview about his song “In the Ghetto” and Zooey Deschanel's time on Conan where she talked about how she prepared for the Elvis impersonation.While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:Pop vs Soda - When the loft enters Nick's house, Bobby and Jamie are fighting over whether a fizzy carbonated beverage would be called pop or soda. Across the United States, there are regional differences in what soft drinks are called with Soda being used in the Northeast, most of Florida, and California while Pop is used for most of the Midwest and West. In the South, the term “coke” is often used to represent all fizzy drinks.Logan - When Bobby is threatening Schmidt, he says he'll keep him out of the whole city because he works TSA at Logan. The Boston Logan International Airport is located in East Boston and was opened in 1923. It is the largest airport in New England and is the 16th busiest airport in the United States.This episode got an 8/10 rating from Kritika and a 7/10 from Kelly and we both had the same favorite character: Jess!Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 21!Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at email@example.com!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/
Join us this week as we discuss the 2011 science fiction drama art film, Melancholia. We invited author and artist extraordinaire Elaine DeBohun. We discuss trivia and talk about the complexities of the movie. We had a bunch of laughs as we play a game called "Wedding or a Funeral" and finished with our rating/reviewing of the movie. Go buy Elaine's new book All the Yellow Posies at Amazon or Target!Like our show? Leave us a review! Love our show? Buy some merch! Get the link by going to https://linktr.ee/apocalypseinreviewSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/apocalypseinreview)
The Sisters discuss how important it is to tell your kids the truth. We need to use emotional words when we speak to our kids so that they are prepared when the family experiences a grieving event. It's okay to give your kids an age appropriate version of what happened. We cannot protect our children from grief, but we can equip them with the correct way to mend their broken hearts. https://www.healingstartswiththeheart.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/The-Grievers-Guide-2020-1-1.pdf https://www.facebook.com/groups/hope.heal.recover
Matthew Bannister on Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, once described as the world's most dangerous man - but hailed as a hero in his native Pakistan for leading the country's development of nuclear weapons. Dr. R. Allen Gardner, the American ethologist who trained a chimpanzee to use sign language. Beresford King-Smith, who played a key backstage role in the success of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. And memories of the long life of Joyce Jackson who has died aged 107. Interviewed guest: Stephen Maddock OBE Interviewed guest: Mary Lee Jensvold Interviewed guest: Umer Farooq Interviewed guest: Gordon Corera Interviewed guest: Mary Lee Jensvold Interviewed guest: Sarah Allatt Archive clips used: DocsOnline, Nuclear Tango 26/05/2009; AP, Clinton condemns Pakistans Nuclear Tests 28/05/1998; Al Jazeera English, Abdul Qadeer Khan 10/10/2021; Geo News, Funeral prayers for Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan 10/10/2021; WGBH, BBC Horizon - Washoe the Chimp 04/11/1974; YouTube, Unidentified clip of Beatrix and Allen Gardner with Washoe the Chimp 13/02/2009; Sarah Allatt, Private interviews of Joyce Jackson 2021; BBC, Scrapbook for 1924 23/02/1955; British Pathé, Sir Alan Cobham shows how he will refuel in the air 1934; Inter-Pathé History, British Declaration of War 03/09/1939; BBC Radio 4, On The Town - Birmingham 02/01/1980; Central Television, Simon Rattle on the Record 1988.
Episodio dedicado a relatar la historia de uno de los mejores temas de Héctor El Father: Rumor de Guerra. Una canción que si bien puede ser enmarcada dentro de la guerra entre El Father y Don Omar, era una tiraera general para todo el que se atreviese a meterse con Héctor. Una canción en donde les regala a sus enemigos la fantasía de su asesinat0, velorio y entierro. Una canción que marcó la historia y abre un discazo como lo fue The Bad Boy
One guy (and his prize pet fish) learned the hard way to listen to his wife when she asks him to clean the aquarium in a #SettingTheBar story, we help Claire figure out how to approach her boyfriend about their baby having her last name, TBT is all about Lauryn the Funeral Home Girl, we talk wine with ice cream and trademarked sounds!
Presented with Holley! For some reason, this show and Holley go together like tires and smoke - a perfect fit! We are happy to announce that we have signed a long term arrangement with Holley as Title Sponsor of this wacky show for the next year. If that doesn't make you want to buy an awesome speed part, nothing will! Visit Holley.com and make SURE you tell them we sent you! This is Rob Kibbe writing. By now you have all heard that my dad Dallas passed away. As such, please listen in to a special edition of the KF show complete with a rebroadcast of Episode 132 whee we reviewed the movie "A Christmas Story." It was one of my dad's very favorites and we played it for him the night before he died. It turns out in our review we discovered that it's really a movie about fathers and sons just as much as it is about Christmas. Corndog loves this era of cars and culture, so there's plenty to enjoy there as well. Thank you all for listening and loving us. My dad loved listening most. Patreon Peeps, the year 2021 will be an important one for Patreon specifically, and if you'd consider jumping up to the $5 level it would sure help. The $10 level will remain and we now have a brand new $20 level as well! All members who join at that level will receive a sticker swag pack in the mail, you'll be IMMEDIATELY entered in the monthly prize grab, and you'll receive a phone call from one (or all) of us to chat up whatever you want for 30 minutes! Thank you SO MUCH to those of you who have joined in for the extra content that is only for Patreon supporters. To get in on the action and support the show with a minor financial contribution just click the link below to sign up. http://www.patreon.com/kfshow. Kibbe invented a product! Well, a team of buddies and Kibbe invented a product...and finally launched it. It only took 10 years and it's not for cars at all. It's for baseball! Check it out: https://www.magictee.io Click to join our super secret KF Show Only listener email list..just in case we get blocked from every social and podcast platform! https://forms.aweber.com/form/48/1311263948.htm The post K&F Show #203: Kibbe's Dad's Funeral Details; Rebroadcast of A Christmas Story Review first appeared on The Muscle Car Place.
Young people in rural areas feel outpriced and overlooked, and it's having an impact on their mental health. That's the conclusion of a survey by the countryside charity the CPRE. It surveyed 1,000 people between the ages of 16 and 25 in the countryside, and highlighted house prices, lousy public transport and poor connectivity as problems, all of which increase feelings of loneliness and isolation. Scientists at Royal Holloway College in Surrey have studied bees' waggle dances, which is how bees communicate where pollen can be found. They used them to work out how far a bee is prepared to go. We talk a lot about farms diversifications on the programme, from B&Bs to woodland burials, but a farm in the English midlands has looked back about 2,000 years for inspiration and built a bronze age style funeral barrow as an addition to their 70 acre livestock farm. Presented by Charlotte Smith and produced by Beatrice Fenton.
Host Anthony Desiato finally digs into the story that got him into comics and made him a lifelong Superman fan as "Crisis 'Til Death" continues! In Part VII, Anthony and guest Bernie Gerstmayr discuss the legendary 90s storylines "The Death of Superman" and "Funeral for a Friend," featuring Superman's fight to the finish against Doomsday and a world without a Superman. This episode covers SUPERMAN #74-77, ACTION #684-686, ADVENTURES #497-500, MAN OF STEEL #18-21, and JUSTICE LEAGUE AMERICA #69-70, featuring the work of Jerry Ordway & Tom Grummett, Dan Jurgens, Roger Stern & Jackson Guice, and Louise Simonson & Jon Bogdanove. "Crisis 'Til Death" runs WEEKLY, so come back in 1 week for Part VIII (aka the finale)! Support the show and get the exclusive companion podcast: Patreon.com/AnthonyDesiato OFFER: Visit BCW Supplies (https://www.bcwsupplies.com/?acc=flatsquirrel) and use promo code FSP to save 10% on your next order of comics supplies! It helps supports the show, too. Thanks! Support this podcast
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Earlier this year, Ben & Jerry announced they would stop selling ice cream in Israel because they didn't support their policies. This week, a reporter asked them about this move, and founders Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield said they still agree with it. The reporter then asked about GA voting laws and TX abortion laws and why they still sell ice cream in those states. They froze and didn't have an answer. The software chief at the Pentagon, Nicolas Chaillan, believes the United States will have “no competing chance against China” in cyber within the next two decades. Funeral arrangements have been announced for Attorney Dee Wampler, who passed Friday at the age of 81. Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Thursday, October 14. Funeral services will be Friday, October 15, at 11:00 a.m. Both will take place at Second Baptist Church, 3111 East Battlefield, Springfield, Mo.
Tutankhamun's Funeral. Following his death, the body of Tutankhamun underwent mummification. From studying his body, archaeologists can identify strange aspects of his preservation. We also know many details of his burial, thanks to paintings in the tomb, and curious items discovered nearby. From these sources, we can imagine King Tutankhamun's funeral…Episode details:Date: c. 1334 BCE.King: Neb-kheperu-Ra Tut-ankh-Amun.Logo image: The north wall of Tutankhamun's burial chamber. FactumArte.Music by Keith Zizza https://www.keithzizza.net/Music: Michael Levy http://www.ancientlyre.com/Music by Ancient Lyric http://www.bettinajoydeguzman.com/Sound interludes by Luke Chaos https://twitter.com/Luke_ChaosAudio mixing/editing by Vincent Cavanagh.See other shows from the Agora Podcast Network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tayler tells Cole about his investment in crypto, the boys talk about some of their favorite scary movies, Tayler acts as a pallbearer while Cole acts as a best man & Brandon goes to the dentist! All this & more on this week's edition of Comic Can Coozie!
In this episode, Stacy welcomes Architect Keith Stachowiak from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Three years ago, Keith and his wife Elisa bought a former funeral home to convert into their primary residence. Keith's story is the first of two spooky, fun October shows. Also, during listener Q&A, Stacy admits her greatest fears about buying Blake Hill House.
Mom Corchele describes getting pregnant with her fiance Mark and having an uneventful pregnancy with her daughter Breklyn. However, at 39 weeks, Corchele remembers feeling terrible and having a fever. When they go into the hospital, she tells how Breklyn was in distress, so they did an emergency C-section. They gave her ketamine, because the epidural/nerve block wasn't taking effect quickly enough. Breklyn was born, but had to be revived and kept on life support, since Corchele was sedated. Once Corchele awoke, she and Mark made the heartbreaking decision to take Breklyn off of life support. She passed away 10 hours later. The doctors concluded later that she like died due to an infection call chorioamnionitis that was missed during Corchele's intake at the hospital. DONATE $5 (aka "buy us a coffee/hot cocoa") to support the continued production of these stories. We appreciate all the help toward production and hosting costs. Donate: https://ko-fi.com/stillapartofus Or if you want to purchase an "Always a Part of Us" Legacy Gift for $20, you'll be providing to one of these families that shares their story, full transcriptions, mp3s, and mp4s of the recordings of their baby's birth story and advice episodes for their family history records. You will also get a shout-out on an upcoming episode. Thank you! Donate: https://ko-fi.com/stillapartofus Time Stamps: 00:00 Breklyn 04:46 Getting pregnant 08:33 Fever 12:58 Distress 14:37 OR 17:56 Keep her alive 20:32 Seeing Breklyn 26:42 Death 34:32 Funeral arrangements 40:58 Cause of death SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more birth stories from families who have experienced a stillbirth or infant loss. We're grateful that you're part of our community! https://www.youtube.com/stillapartofus SUBSCRIBE to our podcast Still A Part of Us, wherever you find podcasts. Links (some of these links are affiliate links, which means we may get a small commission off your purchase, at no extra cost to you): Website: http://stillapartofus.com/ Grief Support Groups: https://nationalshare.org/ Music: "Flickering Flame" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/.
Minda and Jenna welcome Dr. Ben Alexander to the show to talk about man's best friend, dead or alive. Everything you never knew about cadaver dogs, search and rescue and fraud in the body recovery industry.
Feat. GMat, Aidan & Ben J. In this episode, we talk about the weird ways neighbors want to befriend you, inappropriate places to fart, and of course we listen to another telemarketer call with Ben J. Check out PATREON: www.patreon.com/thegmatpodcast FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/therealgmat/ TWITCH: www.twitch.tv/therealgmat INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/therealgmat Buy some GMat threads at https://teespring.com/stores/therealgmat Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In April of 1865, President Abraham Lincoln's coffin traveled from Washington to Illinois on a historic funeral train. It stopped in Albany along the way, offering lawmakers and citizens a chance to pay their respects. And on the anniversary of that posthumous visit, many have reported that the ghost of the funeral train still rumbles through Albany. It's one of the city's most famous supernatural tales. The story of Lincoln's connection to the region goes even deeper. Albany historian Maeve McEneny Johnson shares the spooky legend. Also on this episode, why does New York still mark its highway exits sequentially rather than by mileage like the rest of the country? Reporter Abigail Rubel tackles that surprisingly complicated question.
It's season 2 of DDW! No, really. 2021 has been a jumble of job changes, babies, COVID, depression, and general too-busy-for-this-podcast-BS for the boys...but they're back in action. Season 2 starts out with a bang: talking about addiction, drugs, death/dying, ideal funerals, death awareness meditation, Ryan's new mental health diagnoses, and some other super joyful shit.
The local tailor who was an outcast in Koretz for not keeping shabbos or kosher is given the honor of a great tzadik at his funeral. Also available at https://soundcloud.com/barak-hullman/the-funeral-of-the-drunken-tailor. To become a part of this project please go to https://www.patreon.com/barakhullman. Hear all of the stories at https://hasidicstory.com.
Dylan is joined by Yankees fans James Taussig & Jack Stappenbeck immediately following the AL Wild Card game to break down what went wrong for the Bronx Bombers. Who's to blame? What's up with Gerrit Cole? Has Aaron Boone managed his last game in New York? Is it time to break up the Baby Bombers and trade Urshela/Voit/Sanchez/Gleyber? Carlos Correa? Plus, the guys break down the NL Wild Card game matchup between Max Scherzer & Adam Wainwright and give their bold predictions! To join the fun, have your opinion heard, or be a part of a future episode, reach out to us @SideRetiredPod on twitter, our DMs are always open!
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This week Alex and Tommy report on horny gorillas, a shocking funeral mixup, Tommy's mortician conspiracy theories, stolen dicks, a man who scammed airlines, and so much more! The podcast is now recording VIDEO! Find the channel on YouTube HERE! If you want to be a friend of the show, you can contact us via email LocalNewsPodcast@gmail.com or Twitter @LocalNewsPod!
What is the craziest thing you ever saw happen at a funeral? Urban Meyer apologized to everybody yesterday. Dog The Bounty Hunter is getting a bunch of new TV offers. Loper's friend is worried because his wife transformed herself and is super hot now. Plus, Britney's security, Treadmill Trivia, Facebook drama, offshore bank accounts, Squid Game and more!
"Good Grief" said the wise Charlie Brown. Let's consider for 7 minutes what can be good about GRIEF, MOURNING and WEEPING. Jesus agrees with Charlie. Blessed are those who weep and mourn.There is plenty in the here and now to grieve over.First, there is stuff "out there": fallen world, leaders, churches, etc.But then more up close and personal, there is stuff "in here": health, aging, frailty, decay, and the big category of SIN: lust, anger, tongue, appetites, etc.the Bible says that going to a FUNERAL is potentially better than going to a WEDDING, IF IF IF IF IF one "takes it to heart." That is what our precious beatitude is asking of us today. Let's think about this. Let's appropriately grieve over what is grievous around us and in us.But, don't stop there. The beatitude promises COMFORT and even LAUGHTER. How? It seems even crazy, unless one opens the time-frame to the very end. Literally on the last page of the Bible there is the answer: There is coming a day when mourning, grief, death, and the tears that go along with it will be no more. Ever. Gone. Replaced by comfort and giggling. The day of MOURNING gives way to the day of NO MORE. I can't wait. I want you to be there with me! In the meantime, see you here tomorrow by subscription on Spotify or Apple Podcasts or any other podcast distributor.
Spooky season has arrived, and we are ready to go big or go home. So for October, we have 3 special episodes in store - starting with episode #53, that we recorded with a very special guest: Anna, aka Anatomy. You can follow Anatomy's adventures with her Hearse, Memento Mori, on Instagram: @morithehearse, and keep up with Anatomy herself: @modelingbyanatomy or... listen to the podcast she co-hosts with Lazy Zilla, of the Hell's Harlots's Burlesque, Hell's Hour with The Hell's Harlots: @hellshour_harlots_podcast
This entitled parent decided it would be a wonderful idea to interrupt a funeral because she was hours late for it!This is the Redditor podcast! Here you will find all of Redditor's best Reddit stories from his YouTube channel. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.