Rinden ergeben eine sehr gute Basis für die Farbherstellung. Man kann zum Beispiel die Rinde der jungen Ästchen des Apfelbaums verwenden - sie ergibt ein leuchtendes Gelb. Eichenrinde erzeugt ein schönes Braun. Man kocht die Rindenstückchen zirka eine Stunde lang in Wasser, seiht die Flüssigkeit ab und kann damit gleich malen. - Sendung vom 27.04.2023
Does your child have sensory issues? Picky eating, general dysregulation or motor skill delays? Have you been to a bunch of different therapists but they all seem like they're on their own planets and aren't communicating with each other? Now, can you imagine taking your child into ONE therapeutic clinic and having them look for the ROOT CAUSE of your child's issues? On this practical episode, host Jessica Patay interviews Dr. Marielly Mitchell from TheraPlay LA where their goal is to help your child become the best version of themselves through an integrative approach to pediatric therapy. TheraPlay LA has a holistic approach to help expedite progress in a variety of pediatric therapies by finding the root cause of your child's challenges. Learn more about TheraPlay LA here.Book Recommendations:Breath by James Nestor here.Gasp by Dr. Gelb and Dr. Hindin here.Jaws by Sandra Kahn and Paul R. Ehrlrich here.The Evolution of the Human Head by Daniel E. Lieberman here.Brave Together is the podcast for We are Brave Together, a not-for-profit organization based in the USA. The heart of We Are Brave Together is to strengthen, encourage, inspire and validate all moms of children with disabilities and other needs in their unique journeys. JOIN the international community of We Are Brave Together here.Donate to our Retreats and Respite Scholarships here.Donate to keep this podcast going here.Can't get enough of the Brave Together Podcast?Follow our Instagram Page @wearebravetogether or on Facebook.Feel free to contact Jessica Patay via email: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you have any topic requests or if you would like to share a story, leave us a message here.
The Mark Moses Show is joined by Zach Gelb of CBS Sports Radio to preview the 2023 NFL Draft coming up this Thursday from Kansas City and his thoughts on Aaron Rodgers now being the new starting QB for the New York Jets this fall. Sports Radio 107.9 FM/1560 The Fan & Sportsradio1560.com. You can also listen to Mark Mid days on 95.9 The Rocket. Follow him on social media @markmosesshow
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Mac and Bone get the Pulse of Panther Nation after the team's acquisition of the No. 1 overall pick, talk to Zach Gelb about the Panthers' aggressive move and tell you whether or not they have an issue with the Tar Heels turning down the NIT invite.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys are joined by Zach Gelb, host of 'The Zach Gelb Show' weeknights and 'Eye on Football' on the weekends for CBS Sports Radio, to talk about the move by the Panthers to No. 1 and why he is concerned about D.J. Moore's depature.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Nando Sommerfeldt und Philipp Vetter über den Crash der Silicon-Valley-Bank, Pessimismus bei Hypoport und den Rekordgewinn bei BMW. Außerdem geht es um Silvergate, JP Morgan, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Oracle, SAP, JD.com, Peloton, Hypoport, BMW, Deutsche Post, Aker Carbon Capture, Equinor, ExxonMobil, Shell, Siemens Energy und Linde. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über email@example.com. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
WeAreLATech LA Startups Podcast
Don't miss out on the next WeAreLATech podcast episode, get notified by signing up here http://wearelatech.com/podcastWelcome to WeAreLATech's Los Angeles Tech Community Spotlight! “Remix: Ed Beccle, John Jung, and Mike Gelb”WeAreLATech Podcast is a WeAreTech.fm production.To support our podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/believe To be featured on the podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/feature-your-la-startup/Want to be featured in the WeAreLATech Community? Create your profile here http://wearelatech.com/communityHost,Espree Devorahttps://twitter.com/espreedevorahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/espreeGuest,Ed Becclehttps://twitter.com/edward_becclehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/edwardbeccle/Guest,John Jung https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-jung-79727816/Guest,Mike Gelbhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/mikegelb/https://twitter.com/MikeGelbListen to the original episodes below:Ed Beccle, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/ed-beccle-of-glorifyJohn Jung, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/john-jung-of-brickworkMike Gelb, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/mike-gelb-of-the-consumer-vcFor a calendar of all LA Startup events go to, http://WeAreLATech.comTo further immerse yourself into the LA Tech community go to http://wearelatech.com/vipLinks Mentioned:Glorify App, https://glorify-app.comBrick+Work, https://www.linkedin.com/company/brickpluswork/The Consumer VC, https://www.theconsumervc.comCredits:Produced and Hosted by Espree Devora, http://espreedevora.comStory Produced, Edited and Mastered by Cory Jennings, https://www.coryjennings.com/Production and Voiceover by Adam Carroll, http://www.ariacreative.ca/Team support by Janice GeronimoMusic by Jay Huffman, https://soundcloud.com/jayhuffmanShort Title: Ed Beccle, John Jung, and Mike Gelb
Eric Balcavage DC, CNS, CFMP, BCIM Dr Eric Balcavage is the owner and founder of Rejuvagen, a functional medicine clinic in Chadds Ford, PA. He is nationally recognized speaker and educator on various health related topics including thyroid physiology, bile physiology, detoxification, oxidative stress, methylation, and chronic illness. Dr. Balcavage is a Certified Nutrition Specialist (C.N.S.), a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner, Board Certified in Integrative Medicine, along with being a licensed Chiropractor in Pennsylvania. Dr. Balcavage is the co-host of Thyroid Answers Podcast. The podcast focuses on answering the pressing questions those suffering with chronic hypothyroid symptoms can't get answered elsewhere. You can find his educational Thyroid Thursday videos on Vimeo and Youtube. Dr Balcavage has made it his mission to change the way medicine looks at hypothyroidism. He is the co-author of the book, The Thyroid Debacle, The book co-written by Dr. Kelly Halderman addresses the problems with current allopathic and functional medicine approaches to hypothyroidism as well as the solutions to restoring thyroid physiology. Dr Eric's Website Dr Eric's Instagram Dr Eric's Facebook Dr Eric's Youtube Vimeo: Rejuvagen Skype: Dr Eric Balcavage WE DISCUSS: What's wrong with the current approach to hypothyroidism Cell danger response, what it is and how it's linked to our thyroid The impact of stress from external sources, but also the internal stress of trying to heal ourselves The stress of exercise - anaerobic or aerobic and which is better for you The connection between the immune system and the thyroid Hypoxia and breathing - how crucial this is and the signs of someone who is not breathing properly at night The importance of clean air, food, water, and sometimes less supplements is the next step for patients Iron, and how a lower ferritin level may actually be a good thing His thoughts on mold exposure MENTIONED: JOIN IM-BALANCED COURSE Previous Episode with Dr Eric Part 1 Previous Episode with Dr Kelly Halderman Previous Episode on sleep & breathing with Dr Gelb MY LINKS: AIR DOCTOR & AMAZING AIR - Use code AMAZINGVIV for £200 off, applicable for UK purifiers COLLEGE OF NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE (CNM) REFERRAL LINK (GET £250 OFF) QUEENS OF THRONES CASTOR OIL KIT - Use code HORMONES10 for 10% off - USA CASTOR VIDA on AMRITA - Create an account using my invite code 'LSO6PQ' & you will receive 10% client discount on your orders - UK GET FITT INFRARED SAUNA - Use code VIVIEN45 for £45 off KING - Try my favourite ORGANO KING coffee BON CHARGE - Grab my favourite Blue Light Blocking Glasses - Use code HORMONES10 for £10 off worldwide WELLEASY FAVOURITE PRODUCTS - Use code VIVIEN10 for £10 off (first £50+ order) & a 30-day free trial ------- Got a podcast question? Send you emails to firstname.lastname@example.org Enjoyed this episode? Leave me a rating and review so that I can share this podcast with more women Want more from me? You can find me online… WEBSITE PCOS SUCCESS COURSE MOLD RECOVERY COURSE IM-BALANCED GROUP COACHING 1:1 ROOT CAUSE RELIEF PACKAGE ENROLMENT CALL LINK FREE DOWNLOADS INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK EMAIL Tune in now on iTunes, Spotify, my website or watch on Youtube (Viva Natural Health) If you are enjoying the podcast, please leave me a rating and review, as this helps me to reach more women and continue to interview awesome guests! Make sure you hit subscribe so that you never miss an episode!
The CBS Sports Radio Host joins Bart Winkler to discuss all things NFL & NBA.
Mac and Bone discuss their interest in adding Derek Carr now that there are rumors flying around, talk to Zach Gelb about the wild finish to the Super Bowl and Carr on the Panthers and wrap up the show with Garage Door Guru texts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys welcome in Zach Gelb, host of 'The Zach Gelb Show' weeknights and 'Eye on Football' Sundays on CBS Sports Radio, to discuss the craziness around Super Bowl LVII and the possibility of Derek Carr coming to Carolina.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Rock Riley goes in depth with Zach Gelb National Host on CBS Sport Radio, Zach is thriving and tells Rock how he got started at such an early age. Fascinating stuff! Zac’s Dad produced Mike and the Mad Dog on WFAN Radio in NYC so Zach got introduced to the format as a little kid. Zach […] The post The Rock Stops Here: CBS Sports Radio National Host Zach Gelb from the Super Bowl appeared first on Radio Influence.
Rock Riley goes in depth with Zach Gelb National Host on CBS Sport Radio, Zach is thriving and tells Rock how he got started at such an early age. Fascinating stuff! Zac's Dad produced Mike and the Mad Dog on WFAN Radio in NYC so Zach got introduced to the format as a little kid. Zach […] The post The Rock Stops Here: CBS Sports Radio National Host Zach Gelb from the Super Bowl appeared first on Radio Influence.
Thanks for your patience! Winter is tough. ______________________________________________ This episode includes graphic violence, archiac psychiatric attitudes and terminology, gaslighting, and misogyny. It was written intentionally to emulate the style of Italian "GIALLO" thriller films of the 1970s and 80s. ______________________________________________ Hot chicks in peril, black leather-gloved killer, faces through plate glass, badly-dubbed voices, and lots and lots of the red stuff! Written and produced by Julie Hoverson Cast List Dr. Silver - Anthony D.P. Mann Jessica - Julie Hoverson Adrienne - Robyn Keyes Dana - Kate Waterous Chris - Tanja Milojevic Inspector Gules - Glen Hallstrom Manager - Dru Williams Voice on Phone - Lord Blood-Rah Cop1 - Desmond Reddick (Dread Media) Cop2 - Miguel Guerreiro (FearShop.com) Coroner - Jack Kincaid (Edict Zero) Detective - Caretaker (Graveyard Show) Music: Professor Kliq Editing and Sound: Julie Hoverson Cover: Brett Coulstock "What kind of a place is it? Why it's a psychiatrist's office, can't you tell?" ________________________________________ WHEN YELLOW CASTS A CRIMSON SHADOW Cast: [Opening credits - Olivia] Jessica Dr. Silver Dana Adrienne Chris Detective Gules Manager Voice Cop1 Cop2 Detective Coroner OLIVIA Did you have any trouble finding it? What do you mean, what kind of a place is it? Why, it's a psychiatrist's office, can't you tell? MUSIC SOUND LOW MUSIC PLAYS SOUND DOOR OPENS JESSICA Dr. Silver? SILVER Ah, you must be Jessica. Come in! Come in. Your father has spoken of you often. JESSICA Mm. He told me to come to you if I.... needed anything. SILVER Come in! Sit down! I can't tactfully say I am pleased to see you, but I can heartily say I am most happy to make your acquaintance. JESSICA Oh. Yeah. Thanks. SOUND DOOR SHUTS QUIETLY, SHE CROSSES ROOM AND SITS SILVER There. Now tell me what I can do for you. JESSICA Since I moved to Florence, I've - I've been doing really well. Sleeping. Even without the drugs. SILVER You haven't been taking your prescriptions? JESSICA My doctor back home said I could cut back some - once I started feeling better. SILVER Your doctor--? JESSICA Dr. Gelb. Joan Gelb? SILVER Ah, yes, I am familiar with some of her work. Go on. JESSICA Go... on? SILVER You had a reason for coming to me, didn't you? JESSICA Oh! Yes. [very down] The dreams. SILVER [after a beat] Yes? JESSICA Well, I came here to attend university. And be closer to my father. SILVER He is not in the United States? JESSICA No. He's on diplomatic attachment in the Netherlands - [amused] but I don't understand any Dutch. SILVER [chuckles] JESSICA So I found a room with three other girls from the college. They're all models. To pay for their classes. Well, except Dana - she just models for fun... Sorry. That's probably not important. SILVER Don't let it worry you. Go at your own pace. JESSICA Can I have a piece of paper? SILVER You want to take notes? [teasing] That's really my job. JESSICA No, no! It helps me concentrate. Please? SOUND PAPER RIPPED FROM NOTEBOOK, PASSED OVER JESSICA Thank you. SOUND PAPER FOLDED, TORN - UNDER THROUGHOUT JESSICA So, Dana, Chris, and Adrienne - are all gorgeous. I'm the mouse. [heavy sigh] Don't get me wrong - they're all very nice. SILVER But you are a bit jealous? JESSICA They've all got legs all the way up to their shoulders! SILVER [musing] A woman with legs up to her shoulders might be missing a heart. JESSICA [startled, laughs, relaxes a bit] I like that. But, they're nice - really nice. SILVER You're lucky. Good friends are hard to find. JESSICA Yes... [trails off, sighs, then absently] The dream. SILVER Whenever you're ready. JESSICA You're going to think I'm horrible! SILVER Nonsense. Dreams are primarily symbolic, and everyone dreams about things they are embarrassed by. I promise not to judge you. JESSICA [gulps, long breath] In the dream, I come home. Our apartment is on the top floor, so I walk up and up the endless stairs. It's the type that goes round and round an open space. [her voice slowly picks up an echo, as if in a stairwell] You know, where you can look all the way down to the ground floor - as long as you don't have to worry about vertigo? SOUND [under] FOOTSTEPS ECHOING UP THE STAIRWELL SILVER Mm. JESSICA And the door was ... open. JESSICA [under] Hello? JESSICA I pushed it the rest of the way, and went in. And everything was red. Red on the walls. I couldn't understand. All I could think was - did we repaint? SILVER Yes? JESSICA And then I looked up and saw the light fixture. It was red too. Red and dripping. [slowly] Slowly dripping. SILVER [after a pause] Is that when you woke? JESSICA [hollow, numb] No. [coming back] Can I have another piece of paper? I'll trade you. SILVER A crane? Very nice. JESSICA It was... part of my therapy. SOUND PAPER RIPS, PASSED OVER, MORE FOLDING BEGINS SILVER Still... very nice. JESSICA Thanks. [deep breath] I went into the next room. [half a chuckle] Out of the foyer into the frying pan. [lame laugh] You must think I'm awful, to be able to joke at a time like this! SILVER No. Humor is a very common way to deal with painful circumstances. Don't concern yourself with what I think. JESSICA Adrienne was in the sitting room. [trying not to choke up] Dead. She was - all cut up, and the mirror next to the kitchen door was smashed and bloody. I could see my reflection in the shards ....sticking ...out of her ...eyes. JESSICA [tinny] [screams] SILVER [after a short moment] Was that where the dream ended? JESSICA [trying to be chipper] Yes. Just that. Just... seeing her dead. SILVER I'd... like to venture an interpretation of this dream that might help you... come to terms with it. JESSICA Yes? SILVER It's a manifestation of a deep-seated jealousy. JESSICA I'm not jealous! SILVER It's normal - don't worry. She's a beautiful model and you want to see yourself in her eyes as she appears to yours. JESSICA [brightening] Really? But it was so bloody. SILVER Symbolism again. Red is the color of jealousy and passion. Nothing more. MUSIC SOUND HER FOOTSTEPS ECHO UP ENDLESS STAIRWAY SOUND HEAVY FOOTSTEPS BELOW SOUND HER FOOTSTEPS STOP SOUND A COUPLE OF HEAVY FOOTSTEPS, APPROACHING SOUND HER FOOTSTEPS, RUNNING UP THE STAIRS SOUND SHE PAUSES AGAIN JESSICA [heavy breathing, trying to be quiet and listen] SOUND NO FOOTSTEPS SOUND THUMPING SOUNDS APPROACH - SETS OF FOUR SOUND TURNS OUT TO BE A BALL COMING DOWN THE STAIRS SOUND SHE CATCHES THE BALL JESSICA [sigh, chuckle] CHILD [strangely bland] My ball! JESSICA [gasp, almost a scream] Oh! [more normal] I've got it. SOUND HER STEPS BEGIN AGAIN MUSIC SOUND DOOR OPENS DANA [lecturing] I only eat chocolate off a man. JESSICA [gasp] CHRIS Ha! What a line to come in on! Dana was just explaining her perfect diet plan. ADRIENNE It makes perfect sense - work up a sweat, then have all the chocolate you want! JESSICA You girls. DANA Don't tell me you wouldn't, if you had a chance? JESSICA Well... CHRIS Maybe she doesn't like chocolate! ADRIENNE Maybe she doesn't like men. JESSICA I like chocolate! My father sent me some cocoa - the good Dutch kind. DANA I'm surprised you like men any more, Adrienne, after all that bastard Alberto put you through. ADRIENNE Don't get me started. [beat] You should really be allowed to shoot men when you're through with them. CHRIS I'd have a trail of bodies stretching to the sunset. JESSICA Are there any more of those apples? DANA Catch! SOUND CATCHING AN APPLE CHRIS What would we do when we run out of men? ADRIENNE [bitter, haunted] Not all men, just the ones who want to track you down and torment you. DANA He didn't! CHRIS Again? JESSICA [bites into apple, then chewing] What? DANA You should tell her. ADRIENNE It makes me sound like such a victim. DANA Why do you think she never does bikini shots? CHRIS She's moved three times in the past year - but he always finds her. DANA She's got the scars to prove it. MUSIC SOUND SOFT MUSIC PLAYS SOUND DOOR SLAMS OPEN, HURRIED FEET ENTER JESSICA It happened again! SILVER Calm down, Jessica. JESSICA I'm - I'm so sorry to burst in here like this-- SILVER Sit down. JESSICA But I - I can't concentrate on anything today-- SOUND PAPER RIPPING FROM NOTEBOOK SILVER Here. Now sit. SOUND SHE SNATCHES THE PAPER, FLAPS IT JESSICA Thank you. Are you sure it's ok? SILVER I've got plenty of paper. JESSICA [chuckles] No, I mean-- [sighs] Thank you. SOUND SHE SITS, BEGINS FOLDING JESSICA I feel like such a fool. SILVER It obviously upset you. Sharing will make you feel better. You had another dream? JESSICA No! That's the weird part - it was the same dream! SILVER The same? JESSICA Well, it started the same. Going up the stairs, and the blood on the light, and ... [almost a whisper] Adrienne. SILVER And...? JESSICA It was all the same - except the ending. SILVER How did it end, then? JESSICA It didn't. I mean - it went on, from where I woke up before. SILVER Hmm. JESSICA I was staring at myself in the mirror shards - but then I realized it wasn't me. Not Jessica. Not this time - that was different. SILVER Who was in the reflection? JESSICA I think it was.... the killer! [NOTE - now the voices in the consulting room are tinny, as the scene plays out underneath] SOUND [repeat of Jessica's scream from the first dream, which trails off into a weird noise of breathing] SOUND FOOTSTEPS WALK SLOWLY THROUGH SQUISHY BLOODY PUDDLE SILVER Be as specific as you want. You won't shock me. You can give me every detail. JESSICA I can smell the blood. It's everywhere. SILVER It's quite a distinctive smell. JESSICA Yes. SOUND DOOR PUSHED SLOWLY OPEN, FOOTSTEPS MOVE INTO DRY SPACE SOUND SQUEAK AS KNIFE IS CLEANED OFF - LEATHER AGAINST METAL SOUND FOUR TAPS OF KNIFE AGAINST WOOD JESSICA It was Dana's room. And she was sleeping. SILVER So this was nighttime? JESSICA [slightly confused] I don't know. Dana sleeps late. SILVER Jessica - in the dream, are you Jessica, or are you the killer? JESSICA I - I'm not sure. I'm not... thinking in the dream, just seeing and feeling... and smelling. I can't see a face - even in the mirrors - I just knew it was the killer looking back at me, but I couldn't tell you what he...I...looked like. SILVER [too interested] What are you wearing? JESSICA Boots. Black. Leather gloves. I move toward Dana's bed... SOUND CREAK OF THE LEATHER GLOVES SILVER Do you stab her too? JESSICA [offhand] Oh, Adrienne wasn't stabbed - at least... that wasn't how she died. She was strangled. SOUND CREAK OF LEATHER DANA [gasps, awakens, tries to breathe] SOUND CLAWING AT LEATHER, SHAKING OF BED, POUNDING SILVER And then she died? JESSICA Oh, no. That would be too quick. I let up just in time - she's out. SILVER [licks his lips] Do you tie her up? JESSICA Yes. I tie her to the bed frame. Up and down. SILVER What is she wearing? JESSICA A scarlet negligee. She got it after one of her modeling shoots - the picture is on the wall over the bed. Huge. Her. Posed in red. Enticing. SOUND [tinny] CRUMPLE OF PAPER SILVER And then...? JESSICA [coming out of it] I-I- can I have another piece of paper? SILVER [breathing a bit heavily, trying to calm down] Of course. SOUND PAPER TORN RATHER CLUMSILY OUT OF NOTEBOOK - RIPS IN HALF SILVER Damn. What will you make? SOUND TEARS ANOTHER PIECE, SHE SNATCHES IT AWAY FROM HIM, BEGINS FOLDING JESSICA A box. I feel like I'm in a box. SILVER Perhaps you should make something more... open. Something you can get out of. JESSICA Maybe next time. SILVER All right. Was there more to the dream? JESSICA A little. After Dana woke up. SILVER [trying to hide his excitement] What happened? JESSICA [evasive] I just... killed her. MUSIC ESCALATES SOUND STABBING - SETS OF FOUR DANA [Screaming, begging, gurgling] SOUND SPLATTER DANA [gurgling] SOUND A COUPLE MORE KNIFE STABS DANA [death rattle] SOUND DRIPPING SOUND WIPING KNIFE WITH GLOVES AGAIN MUSIC SOUND FOOTSTEPS IN STAIRWELL, STOP FOR A SECOND SOUND FAR AWAY, DOOR OPENS JESSICA [sigh] SOUND TWO STEPS SOUND DOOR NEARBY SLAMS OPEN SOUND FEROCIOUS DOG!!!!! JESSICA [screams, then smothers it] SOUND SCRABBLING OF DOG NAILS ON TILE FLOOR JESSICA Mrs. Amarelo! Mrs. Amarelo! Please! MUSIC SOUND TEAPOT WHISTLING, TAKEN OFF, WATER POURS JESSICA [talking loudly to someone in another room] She really needs to keep that dog on a shorter leash. She's lucky I didn't jump back and fall down the stairs. SOUND DOOR OPENS, SLIPPERED FEET IN DANA [half awake] Mm. Coffee? JESSICA [silly!] Cocoa. [gasp] Oh! DANA You don't like it? It's imported French lace. JESSICA I'm just not used to-- DANA And red is such a good color on me. ADRIENNE [calling from the other room] --she's just shy. SOUND FOOTSTEPS COME IN ADRIENNE [close] Haven't you ever wondered, Jessica? JESSICA [disturbed] Wondered... what? SOUND A COUPLE OF STEPS DANA Mmm? ADRIENNE What it would be like with a woman? JESSICA [disturbed] Um - no. Uh, I don't even know anyone who does-- ADRIENNE Anyone who you KNOW does, anyway. JESSICA Um... I guess. SOUND DOOR SLAMS OPEN CHRIS [freaking out, out of breath] Oh, god! SOUND DOOR SLAMS SHUT, BODY THUMPS AGAINST IT ADRIENNE What's wrong? Sit down! SOUND DOOR LOCKS JESSICA Cocoa? CHRIS Thanks! [sips, then shudders in a breath] ADRIENNE What happened? CHRIS [gasping it out] On the street. A gun! It was so loud! DANA Someone was shot? I'm phoning the police. ADRIENNE Give her a minute! She's nearly hysterical! CHRIS No! No! Call them! The sooner I tell, the sooner he'll be caught! JESSICA Did you see the guy? CHRIS Uh-huh! [yes] MUSIC SOUND LOW MUSIC PLAYS SOUND PAPER FOLDING JESSICA I have this awful feeling-- SILVER Yes? JESSICA That this is all... some kind of premonition. SILVER You think you're seeing something that might happen in the future? JESSICA It would make so much sense. SILVER Is there anything in the dream that makes you think it will happen? JESSICA Like what? SILVER Something with the date? A newspaper, perhaps? JESSICA [concentrating] Mmm, no. None of us really reads the papers. Magazines, yes, but they don't come out that often. [beat] And they all kind of look the same. SILVER Have you ever had a dream - any dream - come true in the past? JESSICA What? [half a chuckle] No! SILVER Then I think you are safe. [teasing, fatherly] But make sure to lock your door. JESSICA [laughs a bit] SILVER [getting back on track] So. The dream came back. Again. JESSICA [quiet, sad] Yes. SILVER And it was--? JESSICA Longer. SILVER [avid] So once again, you saw your first two friends strangled and tortured and-- [swallows] mutilated. JESSICA Yes. SILVER And then? What about your third friend - what was her name? JESSICA Chris. [numb] Chris was in the hall. She must have heard the commotion with Dana. I... feel like the killer was - ummmm - surprised. Like he didn't expect her to be there. SILVER Why do you say that? JESSICA I don't know. Just that he - I - had to chase her down. SILVER Be specific. JESSICA I came out of Dana's bedroom-- [office voices go tinny] SOUND SQUISHING FOOTSTEPS, WIPE FEET AND STEP ONTO TILE SOUND DOOR OPENS CHRIS Dana? What? Oh, god! [screams] JESSICA I hesitate, stunned. Just long enough for her to run back into her room. SOUND DOOR SLAMS SOUND HEAVY FEET RUN, SLAM INTO DOOR CHRIS [muffled] No! No! SOUND SLAM INTO DOOR, WOOD CREAKS AND CRACKS JESSICA There's such a - a rush as the door gives way. SILVER Where is Chris? JESSICA She's pressed again the window, outlined in light from the pink and red neon across the street. SILVER Ahhhh. What is she wearing? JESSICA Silk. A blue slip-- SILVER Blue? Are you sure? JESSICA Yes. Why? SILVER The neon light - it might be deceptive. JESSICA I saw it in the hall. SILVER Ahhh. What color is her hair? JESSICA Chris? She has long straight blonde hair. SILVER And very pretty. JESSICA Yes. SILVER Mmmmm. SOUND WINDOW SLAMS OPEN JESSICA I raise the knife and she screams again, trying to climb out the window. SILVER Can she? JESSICA We're six stories up. That's why there's all those stairs. SILVER Do you... cut her? JESSICA Better. I set the knife aside again-- SOUND LEATHER ON METAL JESSICA --and take her by the throat. The black leather of the gloves looks strange in the neon pink glow - especially against her pale white throat. SILVER Does she struggle? JESSICA Like a fiend. She strikes and kicks, but it is all in vain. [coming out of it] The killer must be a man. SILVER [startled out] Um? Of course-- Um, [swallows, clears throat] The um - the killer in the dream. JESSICA That's what I meant. SILVER Right. More paper? SOUND RIPS PAPER OUT OF NOTEBOOK JESSICA Thanks. SOUND TAKES IT, STARTS FOLDING SILVER You've made me quite a little collection here. What's this one? JESSICA A knife. SILVER [amused] A paper knife. And this? JESSICA A shrew. SILVER No more cranes? JESSICA Cranes are peaceful. I haven't been feeling very... peaceful. SILVER Do you want to continue? JESSICA Don't you have another appointment? SILVER No. Your case is fascinating, so I cleared some extra time for you. JESSICA Oh. All right. SILVER At least follow the dream to the conclusion. JESSICA Where was I? SILVER [too quick] You were strangling Chris. SOUND STRANGLING NOISES UP AGAIN SOUND HAND POUNDING AGAINST GLASS [voices go tinny again] JESSICA Right. Then she passed out. SOUND STRUGGLE STOPS, SQUEAK OF HAND SLIDING DOWN PANE SILVER Gooood. SOUND ROPE PASSING THROUGH HANDS SILVER And--? JESSICA I took the cord from the blinds and wrapped it around her neck. SILVER Strangling her? Again? Why? JESSICA It wasn't tied that tight. SILVER Then, what? JESSICA Then I cut her a little. Not deep. Just enough to see red - just enough for the blood to flow. Shoulders. Thighs. Chest. It took a long time for her to wake up again. SILVER Did you cut her blue slip off? JESSICA It's not blue any more. Now it's wet and dark in strange rivulet patterns. So is the floor. SILVER And then? JESSICA Her eyes open - and once again I see my own reflection twice in one face. And this time I can almost make out who I am. If it weren't for that darn pink neon, I might be able to. SILVER Does SHE recognize you? JESSICA [dismissively] Maybe. She tries to scream. But I already gagged her. [little sigh] She was asleep a long time. SILVER Uh-huh? JESSICA I pull her up by her hair - her long blonde lovely hair. The word "tresses" pops into my mind. SILVER Tresses. That's a good word. JESSICA She squirms and tries to escape. Her eyes plead with me. But I don't waver. I show her the knife and she closes her eyes. I run the hilt of the knife over her forehead and she squeals - when really all I want to do is press her eyelids open. SILVER She can't understand that, can she? JESSICA I just want her to see. She was always a big one for seeing things. SILVER See what? JESSICA The window. SILVER Is there something outside? JESSICA Not yet. SILVER Oh? JESSICA As soon as her eyelids flutter open, I turn her toward the window and slam her face into it, shattering the glass. Something breaks in her, too, and I hear her muffled agony. SILVER Her nose? JESSICA I don't know, since as soon as the glass is gone, I push her out. SILVER On the cord? JESSICA She dances so prettily. SILVER Do the people outside see? JESSICA No, the music from the club with the neon is very loud, and no one ever looks up. SILVER What about the blood? JESSICA I don't know. I woke up. SILVER [breathing heavily, calming down] JESSICA What do you think? SILVER We definitely have some work to do. You'll see me each afternoon for a while - can you promise me you will? JESSICA Of course, if you think it's important. SILVER Very. And here is my home number-- SOUND SCRIBBLING ON A CARD SILVER --In case anything else comes to mind. JESSICA You're sure you don't mind if I call you? SILVER No. Of course not. In fact, I insist. I am here for you. MUSIC AMB STREET, NOT TOO MANY PEOPLE AROUND SOUND JESSICA'S STEPS, HURRYING SOUND A STRANGE TAPPING NOISE - SETS OF FOUR - GETTING CLOSER SOUNDS SHE SPEEDS UP SOUND THE TAPPING GETS CLOSER SOUND SHE SPEEDS UP MORE JESSICA [gasping] SOUND GRAB AND FLING OPEN DOOR SOUND FEET RUN INTO BUILDING SOUND DOOR SLAMS SHUT JESSICA [breathing heavily] SOUND TAPS GO PAST OUTSIDE JESSICA [sighs, almost laughs] MANAGER [off slightly] Scotomaphobia? JESSICA [gasps] SOUND THUMP AS SHE RECOILS JESSICA What? Mr. Cramoisie? You - you startled me! SOUND CIGARETTE CRUSHED OUT MANAGER The fear of going blind. JESSICA Huh? Me? MANAGER I saw you run from the white stick. [chuckles] And I don't know a word for fear of a blind man. MUSIC SOUND DOOR OPENS TENTATIVELY JESSICA [clearly worried] Hello? ADRIENNE Jess? Is there something wrong? JESSICA [sigh of relief] No. Nothing. Glad to be home. SOUNDS STEPS COME IN, DOOR SHUTS SOUND REMOVING COAT, ETC. DANA I was just putting on some tea - want some? JESSICA No, thanks. Save me some water, though? ADRIENNE You and your cocoa. Come in here - we've got company. SOUND A FEW SLOW STEPS JESSICA Oh? Hello. GULES Ah. This must be your other roommate. Very pleased. Four such lovely ladies, [slightly ominous] all alone. CHRIS This is Detective Gules. That is Jessica. Sit down Jessie. JESSICA Detective? SOUND CHAIR CREAKS AS SHE SITS CHRIS He's investigating - um - [whispered] what I saw yesterday. GULES We suspect the murder she witnessed was gangster-related, and are concerned for her safety. Your safety, too. This isn't a very secure building. You don't even have grilles on the windows. DANA Pssht! We're six floors up! Who needs grilles! Here, Jess. Water-- SOUND MUG SET DOWN DANA And your precious cocoa. SOUND TIN SOUND SPOON DROPPED INTO MUG DANA [to the room, teasing] I wouldn't dare measure it for you. JESSICA [laughs] That's perfect, Dana, thanks. SOUND MIXES UP THE COCOA GULES I'm trying to convince Chris to let me take her into protection. [getting darker] We want to make sure she stays where we can put our hands on her. MUSIC SOUND PHONE PICKED UP JESSICA Hello? VOICE [harsh whisper] Four girls. Could be three. Or one. JESSICA Who is this? You're scaring me. VOICE Will it be you? JESSICA I'm hanging up now! SOUND PHONE SLAMMED DOWN DANA [worried] Jess? Who was that? JESSICA A heavy breather. You know the type. DANA I didn't even hear the phone ring. JESSICA Oh? Umm... I must have picked it up just as it was starting. Who did you think it was? DANA Oh, Michel. My brother. He's been asking for money again. JESSICA What's wrong this time? DANA Same old shit. Someone's going to break his legs. Someone's going to kill his dog. [disgusted noise] He ran through his half of the inheritance years ago. JESSICA And you don't feel sorry for him? DANA I felt one hundred thousand dollars sorry for him, and that was in the first month after he flushed all his cash down one toilet and another. Since then. [shrug] Not so damn sorry. MUSIC SOUND SNORING [Dr. Silver] SOUND PHONE RINGS SOUND PHONE PICKED UP SILVER [not awake] mmm Hello? JESSICA [on phone, hysterical] Doctor? Please? Something terrible has happened! SILVER [snapping awake, but still groggy] Jessica? Wha-what's going on? JESSICA [on phone] You have to come, Doctor! I need help! [backs off and screams] SOUND [on phone] PHONE DROPS, THUMPS A FEW TIMES. SOUND BED CLOTHES FLUNG OFF MUSIC SOUND DOC'S FEET COMING UP THE STAIRS, QUICKLY SILVER [reading door numbers] 601... 602...? JESSICA [moan] SILVER Jessica? What has happened? JESSICA D-doctor? SILVER Come out here. My god - what--? JESSICA A nosebleed. I - I get them sometimes. SILVER With the dreams? JESSICA Uh-huh. SILVER Why are you out here in the hall? JESSICA I didn't want to wake anyone. SILVER They're your friends. They will surely understand. Let's go inside. [suave] Maybe have some of your famous cocoa? JESSICA [small laugh] That would be nice. SILVER Invite me in? SOUND DOOR OPENS JESSICA You're invited. SOUND A COUPLE OF STEPS, A SLIGHT SQUISH SILVER [slight shock] What? MUSIC JESSICA [sips, then] The dream was sooo bad this time. SILVER [grunt] JESSICA Then I found these-- SOUND SLAP OF LEATHER GLOVES JESSICA And suddenly everything started to be so real. But it can't be, can it? SILVER [grunt] JESSICA I hoped I would wake up, and the gloves would be gone, but here they are. SOUND GLOVES CREAK SILVER [agreeing grunt] JESSICA It's really good isn't it? Is it too hot for you? SILVER [slight overreaction negative grunt] JESSICA My father sent it. From the Netherlands. He's always somewhere else. I mean somewhere else from where I am, anyway. Did I tell you how my mother died? SILVER [negative] JESSICA She committed suicide when I was 5. I found her. Dr. Gelb says that's why I can't sleep. She says I can never forget my mother's dead eyes. SILVER Hmm? JESSICA They looked at me, but they weren't really her any more, you know? SILVER Hmm. JESSICA [briskly] But this is all beside the point. I'm so glad the girls are heavy sleepers. So we can talk. SILVER Mm-hmm. JESSICA [very important] I finally saw myself in the dream. SILVER Mmm? JESSICA I mean, I, in the killer's eyes, saw me - Jessica. Do you know how frightening that could be? The idea that I could not only watch myself be butchered, but that I would somehow be behind the eyes of the one doing it? SILVER [sigh] JESSICA [sips] SOUND SETS DOWN CUP, PICKS UP PIECE OF PAPER, STARTS FOLDING JESSICA Somehow, when I have a piece of paper in my hands, the dream fades into something that might have been on the television. SILVER Hmm. JESSICA [beat, then] Once Chris was dead, the killer must have pulled her back in. She was on the bed, starred with glass in the dark. Pink stars, catching the neon. SILVER Mmm. JESSICA I watch his black gloved hand push open my own bedroom door. I'm lying on the bed, tossing in my sleep. SILVER Umm. JESSICA The knife in my - his - hand leads me to the bed. To the woman. To me. SILVER Umm? JESSICA [agreeing] I know. SOUND [off slightly] DOOR SLAMS OPEN JESSICA What? COP1 [off] Oh my god! COP2 [off] [trying not to hurl] SOUND HER SQUISHY, STICKY BARE FOOTSTEPS JESSICA [way too calm, calling] Chris? Did you call for the police? [to the police] You should have knocked. COP1 What the hell? What... the ... hell! COP2 Is all that...blood? JESSICA What? Oh, the nosebleed. Sorry, I should have changed into something fresh. Would you like some cocoa? COP1 [calling back over his shoulder] Watch where you step! MUSIC SOUND GURNEY AFTER GURNEY BEING WHEELED OUT BEHIND THEM SOUND DOG BARKING DOWN THE HALL, KEEPS GOING COP1 It's bad, sir. COP2 You might want some shoe covers. DETECTIVE Who could have done such an awful thing? COP2 Someone crazy. Truly out of his mind. DETECTIVE Or her mind. COP1 Do you have any reason to suspect a woman? DETECTIVE [shrug] I suspect everyone. How many bodies? CORONER Four bodies. And one clinging to life. DETECTIVE And the smell? CORONER Rotting flesh. [long sniff] Been lying here several days, if I don't miss my guess. MUSIC end
It's a Target Demo Friday on Conference Championship Weekend. Chiefs vs Bengals rematch: who has more to prove? Your best audio of the day in Sound Check. Pat Boyle is live in studio for his Pillow Talk Picks, and Mraz goes Up The Gut with his NFL picks & Football Food of the Week. Zach Gelb delivers Gelb's Gambles, and The Wizard of Odds waves his magic wand on the football slate. Plus, your Epic Fail.
Mac and Bone close down the show by talking to Joe Reich about his brother's return to Charlotte, chatting with Zach Gelb about the hire of Reich and this weekend's conference title games and wrapping up the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys are joined by Zach Gelb, host of 'The Zach Gelb Show' weeknights and 'Eye on Football' on Sundays for CBS Sports Radio, to talk about why he thinks the Panthers should have hired Wilks over Reich.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
HOUR 3: Could Brock Purdy surprise once again in his toughest test of the year? Mraz goes Up The Gut with his football picks & food of the week. Bogusch is Stunned To A News. Zach Gelb tries to dig himself out of a hole in Gelb's Gambles.
Mac and Bone close down the show by discussing the fact that too many fans are taking what Wilks did for granted, chatting with Zach Gelb about this weekend's playoff games and wrapping up the show with Garage Door Guru texts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zach Gelb, host of 'The Zach Gelb Show' weeknights and 'Eye on Football' Sundays for CBS Sports Radio, joins the fellas to tell you what he thinks happens this weekend in the Divisional games and whether or not he thinks the Panthers can actually get Sean Payton.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
HOUR 3: Does wintry weather help the Jags? Boyle & Gelb in the Celi-Bet. Bogusch is Stunned To A News. The Wizard of Odds waves his magic wand on the football slate.
It's a Target Demo Friday on Divisional Weekend. Will the Eagles finally look like the NFL's best? Mraz goes Up The Gut with his NFL picks & Football Food of the Week. Boyle & Gelb in the Celi-Bet. The Wizard of Odds waves his magic wand on the football slate. Plus, your Epic Fail.
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Status Epilepticus is one of the most common pediatric neurologic emergencies and requires prompt, targeted treatment to reduce patient morbidity and mortality. On this podcast, Pediatric Critical Care Physician, Dr. Renuka Mehta, Pediatric Resident Physician, Dr. Yvonne Ibe, and medical student, Emily Austin will discuss management for status epilepticus and rapid interventions that can be potentially lifesaving—because in seizure management, time is brain. FREE CME Credit (requires sign-in): Link Coming Soon! Thank you for listening to this episode from the Department of Pediatrics at the Medical College of Georgia. An additional thanks to Dr. Lorna Bell, Dr. George Hsu, and Dr. Rebecca Yang who provided editing and peer review of today's discussion. If you have any comments, suggestions, or feedback- you can email us at email@example.com Remember that all content during this episode is intended for educational purposes only. 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HOUR 2: Can the Vikings win because of chemistry? Mraz goes Up The Gut with his NFL Super Wild Card Weekend picks. Gelb vs. Boyle Playoff Picks.
It's a Target Demo Friday on Super Wild Card Weekend. Will this be Brady's last game? Mraz goes Up The Gut with his NFL picks & Football Food of the Week. Gelb vs. Boyle Playoff Picks. The Wizard of Odds waves his magic wand on the football slate. Plus, your Epic Fail.
Zach Gelb of CBS Sports Radio previews the Wild Card weekend, Bart rages about reaction to his Packers takes, the guys break down a Bucks win over Atlanta Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Die gewalttätigen Ausschreitungen von Anhängern des brasilianischen Ex-Präsidenten Jair Bolsonaro erinnern stark an den Sturm auf das US-Kapitol vor zwei Jahren. Die Erstürmung in Brasília wurde erst nach mehreren Stunden beendet. Mit ihrer Zurückhaltung habe sich die Regionalpolizei hinter Bolsonaro und gegen Präsident Lula da Silva gestellt, sagt ZEIT-Redakteur Thomas Fischermann. Er berichtet regelmäßig aus Brasilien und ordnet die Ereignisse vom Wochenende bei "Was jetzt?" ein. In Frankreich soll das Renteneintrittsalter nach dem Willen von Präsident Emmanuel Macron schrittweise von aktuell 62 Jahren auf 64 und später auf 65 steigen. Eine Reformidee, gegen die sich Opposition, Gewerkschaften und große Teile der Bevölkerung wehren. Was es mit den Plänen Macrons auf sich hat und woher der enorme Widerstand kommt, erklärt die freie Autorin Annika Joeres. Und sonst so? Andere Länder, andere Kalender. Moderation und Produktion: Elise Landschek Mitarbeit: Katharina Heflik, Mathias Peer Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter firstname.lastname@example.org. Weitere Links zur Folge: Angriff auf Regierungsgebäude: Chaos in Grün-Gelb (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2023-01/brasilien-kongress-regierungsgebaeude-jair-bolsonaro-fs) Brasilien: Was über die Ausschreitungen in Brasília bekannt ist (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2023-01/brasilien-sturm-parlament-jair-bolsonaro-lula-da-silva) Putschversuche: Der nächste Demagoge wartet schon (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2023-01/populismus-extremismus-demokratie-brasilien-kapitolsturm) Brasilien: Angriff auf das Herz der Demokratie (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2023-01/brasilien-strum-regierungsviertel-festnahmen-lulu-bolsonaro-polizei) Rentenreform in Frankreich: Emmanuel Macrons größtes Projekt (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2023-01/rentenreform-frankreich-emmanuel-macron-rentensystem/komplettansicht) Frankreich: Emmanuel Macron will Rentenalter in Frankreich anheben (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2022-10/frankreich-emmanuel-macron-erhoehung-rentenalter-gesetz?page=4) Rentenalter in Frankreich: Das Parlament wird gar nicht mehr gefragt (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2022-12/emmanuel-macron-rentenalter-frankreich-cfdt-reform)
HOUR 3: Brian Jones of CBS Sports returns to the Mothership to talk Georgia-TCU. Mraz goes Up The Gut with his NFL picks & Football Food of the Week. Zach Gelb counters Mraz with Gelb's Gambles.
Damar Hamlin's status remarkably improves. It's a Target Demo Friday as Mraz goes Up The Gut with his NFL picks & Football Food of the Week. Zach Gelb counters Mraz with Gelb's Gambles but not without controversy. The Wizard of Odds waves his magic wand on the football slate. Plus, your Epic Fail.
Zach Gelb, host of 'The Zach Gelb Show' weeknights and 'Eye on Football' on Sundays for CBS Sports Radio, hops on with the fellas to talk about the Panthers elimination from the playoff and what it was like being on the air on Monday night.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac and Bone close down the week by discussing some takes from national media about the team's future, talking to Zach Gelb about the Panther loss to the Bucs that eliminated them ahead of this week and wrapping up the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
HOUR 4: Two Super Bowl contenders, a combined 23 wins, two elite QB's: is it possible to over-hype the Bills Bengals game on Monday night? | Up The Gut & Gelb's Gambles, along with the Brew Ha Ha picks | Target Demo Friday & your final Epic Fail of 2022.
On the final DA Show of 2022, DA says which underdog is more likely to pull an upset in the CFP Semifinals this weekend. Plus, your best audio of the day in Soundcheck, Gregg Caserta is Stunned To A News, and the final Brew Ha Ha until the new year. Also, the Wizard of Odds waves his wand, Mraz goes Up The Gut, and Gelb responds with Gelb's Gambles. Finally, your Target Demo Friday & final Epic Fail of 2022!
Zach Gelb, host of 'The Zach Gelb Show' weeknights and 'Eye of Football' on Sundays, joins the fellas to discuss the Panthers' chances to take down this Lions team that is on fire and break down the Jets struggles and Eagles-Cowboys matchup.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mac and Bone close down their final show of the year by giving their official predictions for Panthers-Lions, chatting with Zach Gelb about the NFL weekend and wrapping up the show with Garage Door Guru texts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
HOUR 2: Surely the Cowboys have to beat the Eagles now that Jalen Hurts is out and Gardner Minshew is starting, right? | Mraz goes Up The Gut for a Christmas weekend | Gelb responds with Gelb's Gambles
Did Zach Wilson sink the Jets season? Your best audio of the day including Gronk and #69 reuniting. Mraz goes Up The Gut, and Gelb responds with Gelb's Gambles. Chris LoPresti is Stunned To a News, another rendition of the Brew Ha Ha, and it's a Target Demo Friday with a throwback Epic Fail as your Christmas grand finale.
Mac and Bone close down the show by looking at the Panthers' path to the playoffs which they are still in control of, talking with Zach Gelb about an insane day in the NFL and wrapping up the show with Garage Door Guru texts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zach Gelb, host of 'The Zach Gelb Show' weeknights and 'Eye on Football' Sundays on CBS Sports Radio, stops by with the guys to make up for his absence on Friday and discuss the Panthers' loss to the Steelers and a crazy weekend around the NFL.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
HOUR 3: Are the Lions getting ahead of themselves? Zach Gelb counters Mraz with Gelb's Gambles. 12 DA's of Christmas #5 – Giants & Pirates. The Wizard of Odds waves his magic wand on the football slate.
Target Demo Friday features a breakdown of Niners-Seahawks on TNF. Mraz goes Up The Gut with his NFL picks & Football Food of the Week. Zach Gelb counters Mraz with Gelb's Gambles. 12 DA's of Christmas #5 – Giants & Pirates. The Wizard of Odds waves his magic wand on the football slate. Plus, your Epic Fail.
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Don't miss out on the next WeAreLATech podcast episode, get notified by signing up here http://wearelatech.com/podcastWelcome to WeAreLATech's Los Angeles Tech Community Spotlight! “Remix: Mike Gelb, Curt Cuscino, and John Jung” WeAreLATech Podcast is a WeAreTech.fm production.To support our podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/believe To be featured on the podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/feature-your-la-startup/Want to be featured in the WeAreLATech Community? Create your profile here http://wearelatech.com/communityHost,Espree Devorahttps://twitter.com/espreedevorahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/espreeGuest,Mike Gelb https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikegelb/https://twitter.com/MikeGelbGuest,Curt Cuscinohttps://curtcuscino.comhttps://twitter.com/curtcuscinoGuest,John Jung https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-jung-79727816/Listen to the original episodes below:Mike Gelb, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/mike-gelb-of-the-consumer-vcCurt Cuscino, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/curt-cuscino-of-hypelife-brandsJohn Jung, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/john-jung-of-brickworkFor a calendar of all LA Startup events go to, http://WeAreLATech.comTo further immerse yourself into the LA Tech community go to http://wearelatech.com/vipLinks Mentioned:The Consumer VC, https://www.theconsumervc.comHypeLife Brands, https://www.hypelifebrands.comBrick+Work, https://www.linkedin.com/company/brickpluswork/Credits:Produced and Hosted by Espree Devora, http://espreedevora.comStory Produced, Edited and Mastered by Cory Jennings, https://www.coryjennings.com/Production and Voiceover by Adam Carroll, http://www.ariacreative.ca/Team support by Janice GeronimoMusic by Jay Huffman, https://soundcloud.com/jayhuffmanShort Title: Mike Gelb, Curt Cuscino, and John Jung
HOUR 2: Who will take home CFB's most prestigious award? Your best audio of the day in Sound Check. Mraz goes Up The Gut with his NFL picks & Football Food of the Week. Bogusch is Stunned To A News. Zach Gelb counters Mraz with Gelb's Gambles.
HOUR 2: Should the Bears protect Justin Fields and put him on IR? Mraz goes Up the Gut and gives out his Thanksgiving Football Food of the Week. Zach Gelb retorts with Gelb's Gambles.