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The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg
Lugubrious Bat-Winged Malcontents

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 62:53


Today's Ruminant finds Jonah irritated by back pain, enamored with California roller coasters, and concerned for the health of his loyal spaniel (send her your love!). It also features a lengthy exploration of whether China can still be politically liberalized, why the terms and conditions of Trump's new social media network are so funny, and how executive privilege actually functions. Stick around until the end for updates about new features on The Dispatch, and a preview of upcoming guests. Show Notes: - The House votes to hold Steve Bannon in contempt - Advisory Opinions explores January 6 - Jonah's brief history of executive privilege - Gimme some truth - Fresh craziness from J.D. Vance - Klon Kitchen on the dangers of China's missile tests - Lipset's modernization theory - Mike Pompeo on Special Report - “We welcome stiff competition” - Visions of China on The Dispatch Podcast - The moral equivalent of war - The Friday G-File See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ringer NFL Show
Week 7 Preview: Bengals vs. Ravens, Chiefs vs. Titans, and a Look at the Rest of the Slate

The Ringer NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 83:17


Benjamin, Kaelen, and Steven begin their Week 7 Friday Walk Through by sharing their reactions to the thrilling Thursday night game between the Browns and Broncos. Then they dissect the biggest matchups of the week, including Bengals vs. Ravens and Chiefs vs. Titans, and highlight the Games That Need Games. Finally, they wrap everything up with Gimme a Reason in which they deliver their takes on the rest of the Week 7 slate. Hosts: Benjamin Solak, Kaelen Jones, Steven Ruiz Production Assistant: Chris Sutton Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 10.22.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 57:47


"The war for our minds (con'd)." The colonization of independent media.    Patrick Lawrence THE SCRUM  Oct 21       21 OCTOBER—Watch and listen, O you with open eyes and ears. The national security state's long, very long campaign to control our press and broadcasters has taken a new turn of late. If independent media are what keep alive hope for a vigorous, authentic Fourth Estate, as argued severally in this space, independent media are now subject to an insidious, profoundly anti-democratic effort to undermine them. The Independent Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Frances Haugen, Maria Ressa: Let us consider this institution and these people. They are all frauds, if by fraudulent we mean they are not what and who they tell us they are and their claim to independence from power is bogus. The Deep State—and at this point it is mere pretense to object to this term—long ago made it a priority to turn the mainstream press and broadcasters to its purposes—to make a free press unfree. This has gone on since the earliest Cold War decades and is well and responsibly documented. (Alas, if more Americans read the many excellent books and exposés on this topic, assertions such as the one just made would not arrive as in the slightest outré.)    But several new realities are now very evident. Chief among them, the Deep State's colonization of corporate media is now more or less complete. CNN, filling its airtime with spooks, generals, and a variety of official and formerly official liars, can be counted a total takeover. The New York Times is prima facie government-supervised, as it confesses in its pages from time to time. The Washington Post, owned by a man with multimillion-dollar CIA contracts, has turned itself into a comic book. For reasons I will never entirely fathom, corporate media have not merely surrendered their legitimacy, such as it may have been: They have actively, enthusiastically abandoned what frayed claim they may have had to credibility. The national-security state incorporates mainstream media into its apparatus, and then people stop believing mainstream media: The thrill is gone, let's say.  In consequence of these two factors, independent media have begun to rise as … independent media. They accumulate audiences. A little at a time, they acquire the very habits of professionalism the mainstream press and broadcasters have let decay. Gradually, they assume the credibility the mainstream has lost. The media ecosystem—horrible phrase but there it is—begins to take on a new shape.  Certain phenomena engendered by independent media prove popular. There are whistleblowers. People inside Deep State institutions start to leak, and they turn to independent media, most famously WikiLeaks, to get information out. While the Deep State's clerks in mainstream media keep their heads down and their mouths shut as they cash their checks, independent media take principled stands in favor of free expression, and people admire these stands. They are, after all admirable. Those populating the national-security state's sprawling apparatus are not stupid. They can figure out the logical response to these developments as well as anyone else. The new imperative is now before us: It is to colonize independent media just as they had the mainstream in previous decades. There are some hopelessly clumsy cases. I urge all colleagues to stop bothering with The Young Turks in any capacity. Those running it, creatures of those who generously fund it, are simply infra-dig. As Matt Taibbi pointed out over the weekend in a piece wonderfully headed, “Yes, Virginia, There Is a Deep State,” they've now got some clod named Ben Carollo proclaiming the CIA as an accountable force for good, savior of democracy—this in a video appearing under the rubric “Rebel HQ.” As an East European émigré friend used to say, “Gimme break.” Democracy Now! is a subtler instance of colonization. The once-admirable Amy Goodman drank the Russiagate Kool-Aid, which I counted the first indication of covert intervention of one or another kind. Then she caved to the orthodoxy on the chemical-weapons scam during the Syrian crisis, and lately—you have to watch to believe—Goodman has begun broadcasting CNN “investigative” reports with unalloyed approval. The debate in this household is whether Ms. Goodman had a long lunch in Langley or her donors started threatening to delay their checks. I have no evidence of either but tend to the latter explanation. The three recent phenomena suggested at the top of this piece are indications of the Deep State's latest tactics in its assault on independent media and the culture that arises among them. It behooves us to understand this.  Two weeks ago, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists published “The Pandora Papers,” a “leak” of 12 million electronic documents revealing the tax-fiddling, money-hiding doings of 300–odd political figures around the world. “The Pandora Papers” followed publication of “The Panama Papers” in 2016 and “The Paradise Papers” a year later. There are many useful revelations in these various releases, but we ought not be fooled as to the nature of the project. Where did the ICIJ get the documents in “The Pandora Papers,” and how?  Are they complete? Were names redacted out? They have been verified? Explaining provenance, authenticity, and so forth is essential to any investigative undertaking, but ICIJ has nothing to say on this point. Why, of all the people “The Pandora Papers” exposes, is there not one American on its list? As Moon of Alabama notes in an analysis of this release, it amounts to a list of “people the U.S. doesn't like.” The ICIJ vigorously insists on its independence. But on close inspection this turns out not to be so by any serious understanding of the term. Among its donors are the Ford Foundation, whose longtime ties to the CIA are well-documented, and the Open Societies Foundation, the (in)famous George Soros operation dedicated to cultivating coups in nations that fall outside the fence posts of neoliberalism.  The group was founded in 1997 as a project of the Center for Public Integrity, another institution dedicated to “inspiring change using investigative reporting,” as the center describes itself. Among its sponsors are Ford, once again, and the Democracy Fund, which was founded by Pierre Omidyar, bankroller of The Intercept (another compromised “independent” medium). Omidyar is, like Soros, a sponsor of subversion ops in other countries masquerading as “civil society” projects. ICIJ's other sponsors (and for that matter the Democracy Fund's) are comprised of the sorts of foundations that support NPR, PBS, and other such media. Let us be crystal clear on this point. Anyone who assumes media institutions taking money from such sponsors are authentically independent does not understand philanthropy as a well-established, highly effective conduit through which orthodoxies are enforced and public discourse circumscribed.  What are we looking at here? Not what we are supposed to think we are looking at, certainly. I will return to this question. There is the case of Maria Ressa, which I considered briefly in a previous commentary. Ressa is the supposedly courageous, speak-truth-to-power co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize this year, a Filipina journalist who co-founded The Rappler, a web publication in Manila. The Nobel committee cited Ressa for her “fight for freedom of expression.” Who is Maria Ressa, then, and what is The Rappler? I grow weary of writing this sentence: She and her publication are not what we are supposed to think they are. Ressa and The Rappler, each insisting on independence just as the ICIJ does, are straight-out lying on this point. The Rappler recently received a grant of $180,000 from the National Endowment for Democracy, a CIA front—this according to an NED financial report issued earlier this year. None other than Pierre Omidyar and a group called North Base Media own nonvoting shares in the publication. Among North Base's partners is the Media Development Investment Fund, which was founded by George Soros to do what George Soros likes to do in other countries. Does a picture begin to emerge? Read the names together and one will. You have to figure they all party together. Nobel in hand, Maria Ressa has already declared that Julian Assange is not a journalist and that independent media need new regulations, as in censorship. Henry Kissinger got a Nobel as a peacemaker: Ressa gets one as a defender of free expression. It's a fit. This brings us to the case of Frances Haugen, the former Facebook exec who recently appeared before Congress waving lots of documents she seems to have secreted (supposedly) out of Facebook's offices to argue for—what else at this point?—increased government regulation of social media, as in censorship. Frances Haugen, you see, is a courageous, speak-truth-to-power whistleblower. Never mind that her appearance on Capitol Hill was carefully choreographed by Democratic Party operatives whose party simply cannot wait to censor our First Amendment rights out of existence.  It is hard to say who is more courageous, I find—the ICIJ, Maria Ressa, or Frances Haugen. Where would we be without them? The culture of independent media as it has germinated and developed over the past decade or so gave us WikiLeaks, and its effectiveness cannot be overstated. It gave us all manner of gutsy journalists standing for the principles of a genuinely free press, and people listened. It gave us whistleblowers who are admired even as the Deep State condemns them.     And now the national-security state gives us none other than a secret-disclosing crew of mainstream hacks, a faux-independent journalist elevated to the highest honors, and a whistleblower who was handed her whistle and taught how to toot it—three crowd-pleasers, three simulacra. These are three frauds. They are to independent journalism what McDonald's is to food.  There is only one defense against this assault on truth and integrity, but it is a very good one. It is awareness. CNN, Democracy Now!, the ICIJ, Maria Ressa, Frances Haugen—none of these and many other media and people are properly labeled. But the labels can be written with modest efforts. Awareness and scrutiny, watching and listening, will prove enough.

NIGHT DEMON HEAVY METAL PODCAST
Episode #65 - Gimme Metal - Part 2

NIGHT DEMON HEAVY METAL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 71:05


This week we conclude our short break from exploring the early years of Night Demon by bringing you the back half of a special radio show broadcast.  On June 2, 2021, Jarvis was a guest DJ on the Gimme Metal streaming radio station, where he presided over a two-hour show highlighting current and forthcoming Iron Grip Records releases in various formats by both legendary acts who changed the face of heavy metal and new blood taking the world by storm today.  In this episode, we present part 2 of that radio broadcast, featuring Jarvis's commentary and tracks by Cirith Ungol, Midnight, Fates Warning, Nasty Savage, Bewitcher, Hybrid Moments, Satan and Pariah. Listen closely for news about Iron Grip reissues that have not yet happened but are in the pipeline at this time. Become a subscriber today at nightdemon.net/subscriber. This week, subscribers have access to the bonus content below:Playlist from the Gimme Radio broadcast Gimme Metal - https://gimmemetal.com/#/welcomeIron Grip Records – https://irongripheavymetal.comThe Heavy Metal Store - https://theheavymetalstore.comCirith Ungol “Neck Romancer” - https://cirithungolofficial.bandcamp.com/track/neck-romancerMidnight “Before My Time in Hell” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pHmFBRHrAoFates Warning “Guardian” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmDgdDXH944Nasty Savage “No Sympathy” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9v0jge0n4sBewitcher “Sign of the Wolf” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utOV9Vqm5V0Hybrid Moments “Horror Express” - https://hybridmoments1.bandcamp.com/track/horror-expressHorror Express film - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LCtzLEebBISatan “Suicidal Justice” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVV9xSUBHEMPariah “Killing for Company” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pp-KQFD8SEgPariah “Enemy Within” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQa-3a-oRZ0Pariah “Unity” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2reeUzHOJLs Listen at nightdemon.net/podcast or anywhere you listen to podcasts! To unlock massive amounts of bonus content, become a subscriber at nightdemon.net/subscriber

Loper & Randi in The Morning
10-20-21 - Loper & Randi - Next Door Halloween Drama, Mall Shopping, Egg Roulette, Gimme A Dutch Oven, Facebook Universe, Victoria's Secret

Loper & Randi in The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 123:00


We have found some drama on Next Door over a Halloween display. We had the longest game ever of Wake N Bake Trivia. Shopping at the mall is definitely not what it used to be. Taxi drivers in New York City are going on a hunger strike. Plus, Egg Roulette, the Victoria's Secret podcast, Tinder's new Plus One, Facebook's universe and more!

Gumshoe Weekly
Bella In the Wych Elm: “Gimme Those Facts”

Gumshoe Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 32:28


MYSTERY: A shorty but a goody! This week Brianna kicks us off with one we all know Who Put Bella In The Wych Elm. Jayj takes us to Alabama for three still unsolved murders. The case of chad Langford, Laravous Cole , Benitez O' Bryan Evans , Carlos Fields. 

Defining Stewardship
128. Make Working from Home Work for You

Defining Stewardship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 30:09


Working from home used to be a niche concept that only certain people could manage, but in 2020 it became a reality for the masses, whether they wanted to or not. While our attitude at Stewardship has always been to work from wherever you want, for many, the transition to working from home was wrought with challenges. In today's podcast, Grant and Daniel are joined by Greg Suiter, one of our skilled Home Loan Advisors and professional home.... professional.While Daniel and Grant have managed working from home and the office for some time, Greg has found a flow with working from home that has boosted his productivity to levels he never dreamed of. Today they all bring their experience and tips to help you find a way to make working from home work for you.One of the most important aspects to working well from home is to have intentional breaks to avoid burnout. for more on rest, check out episode 117 of our podcast entitled "Gimme a Break - The Importance of Rest" where Brandon Ream shares his story of burnout and recovery.You can listen here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1839122/9076164 or wherever you get your podcasts.

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates Mary Jo Catlett (10/19/2021)

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 69:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/uIzOkvICWWw Mary Jo Catlett has been part of the main voice cast on SpongeBob SquarePants (1999) since its premiere, playing SpongeBob's teacher, Mrs. Puff. She is an unmistakably happy and hearty veteran character actress and comedienne who has found success in all three mediums (stage, film and television) with her trademark flowery voice, giddy demeanor and ever-cheery disposition. Having made her off-Broadway debut in 1963, the endearing Mary Jo Catlett is now broaching six decades in the entertainment business. Catlett was born on September 2 in Denver, Colorado, the daughter of Robert and Cornelia (Callaghan) Catlett. A graduate of Loretto Heights College in Denver, she was drawn to acting quite young -- musical comedy, in particular. While she made her off-Broadway debut in a 1963 melodrama, "Along Came a Spider", which opened at the Mermaid Theatre, the following year Mary Jo was right back in her tuneful element scoring as Ernestina in the original Broadway production of "Hello, Dolly!" starring Carol Channing. It was not until the mid-1970s that she began making the normal rounds with dozens of appearances on the sitcom circuit, including roles on "The Bob Newhart Show", "M*A*S*H", "Mr. Belvedere", "Night Court", Gimme a Break", "Saved By the Bell", "Maude" and "Welcome Back, Kotter". In 1982, she joined the cast as a housekeeping regular for television kids Gary Coleman, Todd Bridges and Dana Plato on Diff'rent Strokes (1978) and found plentiful work on lightweight dramatic series too such as "Murder, She Wrote," "Matlock" and "Fantasy Island". In daytime, she was nominated for an Emmy Award during the 1989-1990 season of General Hospital (1972).  

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends
Gimme the Hot Sauce E 51 Darnell Mayberry-Bulls Beat writer for the Athletic

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 78:10


We take a deep dive into the Bulls roster & their prospects for the upcoming season with Athletic beat writer Darnell Mayberry. And, we make our picks for league MVP & the eventual champion. Plus, the fallout from Aaron Rodgers touchdown celebration at Soldier Field & Stacey celebrates all things Oklahoma after big wins for the Sooners & Kyler Murray's Arizona Cardinals.

The Ringer NFL Show
Week 6 Preview: Cardinals vs. Browns, Chargers vs. Ravens, and a Look at the Rest of the Slate

The Ringer NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 80:50


Benjamin, Kaelen, and Steven begin their Week 6 Friday Walk Through by sharing their reactions to the breaking Zach Ertz trade and dissecting the biggest matchups of the week, including Cardinals-Browns and Chargers-Ravens. Then they discuss the Games That Need Games and wrap everything up with Gimme a Reason, in which they highlight the rest of the Week 6 slate. Hosts: Benjamin Solak, Kaelen Jones, Steven Ruiz Production Assistant: Chris Sutton Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

NIGHT DEMON HEAVY METAL PODCAST
Episode #64 - Gimme Metal - Part 1

NIGHT DEMON HEAVY METAL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 61:48


This week we begin a short two-episode break from our ongoing in-depth chronicle of the history of Night Demon to bring you a special radio show broadcast.  On June 2, 2021, Jarvis was a guest DJ on the Gimme Metal streaming radio station, where he presided over a two-hour show highlighting current and forthcoming Iron Grip Records releases in various formats by both legendary acts who changed the face of heavy metal and new blood taking the world by storm today.  This episode presents part 1 of that radio broadcast, featuring Jarvis's commentary and tracks by Night Demon, Cirith Ungol, Angel Witch, Haunt, Mythra, Jaguar, Visigoth and Armored Saint.  Listen closely for news about Iron Grip reissues that have not yet happened but are in the pipeline at this time. Become a subscriber today at nightdemon.net/subscriber. This week, subscribers have access to the bonus content below:Playlist from the Gimme Radio broadcastGimme Metal - https://gimmemetal.com/#/welcomeIron Grip Records – https://irongripheavymetal.comThe Heavy Metal Store - https://theheavymetalstore.comNight Demon “Ritual” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtthZKTyyeQCirith Ungol “Brutish Manchild” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcjZzD4u170Angel Witch “Gorgon” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-Rxy3o6ZNoHaunt “In Our Dreams” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkuHycyvxYUMythra “Death and Destiny” EP - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VD9ZPtEL__YJaguar “Prisoner” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqkptu3yye4Visigoth “Call of the Road” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xf99vV4pZhsArmored Saint “Last Train Home” (demo) - https://armoredsaint.bandcamp.com/track/last-train-home-demoTo unlock massive amounts of bonus content, become a subscriber at nightdemon.net/subscriber

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends

We get you set for the start of the NBA regular season with ESPN's talented host/reporter Cassidy Hubbarth, who grew up in Evanston as a passionate Bulls fan.  Plus, Stacey had some strong takes on Jon Gruden, Kyrie Irving & the Fury-Wilder fight. And, as always, tons of laughs with the crew.  

Radio Record
Megamix by DJ Peretse #2368 (15-10-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021


1.Dj Peretse – Vertu 2.Desmind, Pldn – Night Rider 3.Minelli – Rampampam (Valeriy Smile & Timber Remix) 4.Oneil, Titov – No Stress 5.Filatov & Karas, Busy Reno – Au Revoir 6.Joel Corry, Raye, David Guetta – Bed 7.Roxen, Dmnds, Strange Fruits Music – Money Money 8.Vize, Laniia – Stars 9.Rihanna Ft. Calvin Harris – We Found Love (Elemer Remix) 10.R3hab, Gattuso – Creep 11.Tiesto, Jonas Blue, Rita Ora – Ritual (Soner Kara Remix) 12.Travis Scott, Hvme – Goosebumps 13.Rain Radio Dj Craig Gorman – Talk About 14.Alok, Daniel Blume – Rapture 15.Hafex – On My Way 16.Dr. Kucho, Gregor Salto – Can't Stop Playing 17.Nessa Barrett, Jxdn, D. Anuchin – La Di Die 18.Dj Quba, Sandra K, Dayana – Samba 19.Ian Carey, Michelle Shellers, Manyfew, Joe Stone – Keep On Rising 20.Alok, Sofi Tukker, Inna – It Don't Matter 21.Twocolors – Lovefool 22.Faul & Wad Ad Vs. Pnau – Changes (Syntheticsax Remix) 23.Ilkay Sencan & Dynoro – Rockstar 24.Farruko, Tiesto – Pepas 25.Atb, Topic, A7s – Your Love (9pm Ramirez & Yudzhin Remix) 26.Eva Simons, Sidney Samson – Bludfire (Ps Project Remix) 27.Martin Jensen, Amber Van Day, N.F.I – Can't Come To The Phone 28.Rompasso, Imanbek, Karma Child – 123 29.Black Eyed Peas, Twocolors – Girl Like Me 30.Klaas, Moodygee – Hot N Cold 31.David Guetta Feat Raye – Stay (Mephisto Remix) 32.R3hab, Timmy Trumpet, Ww – Distant Memory 33.Ava Max – Omg What's Happening 34.Denis First – Feel What You Want 35.Bastard! – F..K That (Kolya Funk & Shnaps Remix) 36.Kungs – Never Going Home 37.R3hab, A Touch Of Class – All Around The World (La La La) 38.Moti – No Scrubs 39.Topic Feat. A7s – Breaking Me (Vittae Remix) 40.Meduza – Paradise (Dubdogz, Ownboss, Alas Edit) 41.Tiesto – The Business (Lebedeff, Egorov, Kofa Remix) 42.Timmy Trumpet – Cardio 43.Leony, Noon – Faded Love 44.Paolo Pellegrino, N.F.I. & Shanguy–Oops (Innoxi Remix) 45.Amfree, Ampris, Sway Gray – Trick Me 46.Gaullin – Fly 47.Bob Sinclar Feat. Steve Edwards – World Hold On (Jenia Smile & Ser Twister Remix) 48.Joel Corry, Jax Jones, Charli Xcx, Saweetie – Out Out 49.Beatmount, Oneil – Heads Will Roll 50.Fisher – Just Feels Tight 51.Harddope, Nito-Onna – Not Gonna Get Us 52.Lulleaux – Even If You Don't 53.Alok & Bruno Martini Ft. Zeeba – Hear Me Now (Get Better Remix) 54.Lil Nas X, Billy Ray Cyrus, Diplo – Old Town Road 55.Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Timmy Trumpet, Edward Maya – Feel Your Love 56.Tiesto, Mabel – God Is A Dancer (James Hype Remix) 57.9t9heroes, Bodybangers – No Luck 58.Inna – Flashbacks (Frost Nitugal Remix) 59.Galwaro, Lizot, Gabry Ponte – Like A Prayer 60.Le Pedre – Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) 61.Vinai – Touch 62.David Guetta & Sia – Let's Love (Nick Lamprakis Remix) 63.Amor – Children 64.Ofenbach, Ella Henderson – Hurricane 65.Jason Derulo – Take You Dancing (R3hab Remix) 66.Alan Walker, Georgia Ku – Don't You Hold Me Down 67.Victoria, Kohana Runstar – Desert Rose 68.Zenit – Noises In My Head 69.Filv, Vallhee – Cheri, Cheri Lady 70.Tesher – Jalebi Baby (Amice Remix) 71.Mario Joy – Can T Get You 72.Ashnikko – Tantrum 73.Regard – Ride It (Amice Remix)

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
#400: My Favorite Books & A 400th Episode Giveaway

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 29:58


The books that built my business -- library card not required. This episode is a celebration for bookworms and those who consider themselves “podcast people” alike.  I wouldn't say I'm a bookworm by any stretch of the imagination. (More of an audiobook and podcast girl, myself.) But I DO know that books have played a major role in the growth of my business...not to mention my growth as an entrepreneur and, well, person.  And to celebrate this special 400th episode of Online Marketing Made Easy, I'm sharing the top 12 books that have fundamentally shaped how I've grown my business, taken care of my mental well-being, and given myself a break from the everyday hustle.  If you've ever wondered, “What books should I be reading as an entrepreneur?” I'm sharing why these books are at the top of my list.  Including topics, like: Business systems that free up your time to work in your genius zone (or log off early, lace up your sneakers, and hit the trails...whatever the day calls for) Why fear feels so lonely How one of America's richest self-made women deals with setbacks (and A LOT of them) My most recent exploration: how to achieve more by doing less *praise hands* Saying no to opportunities because of the fear of being in front of people A little something special for my fellow Enneagram 2's  ;)  How to know if you should keep pushing for something you believe in or keep working towards becoming your own boss or starting your own business The single book that got me to a place where I was finally hitting my goals...and struggling less along the way to achieving those goals If any of the above made you said, “Gimme that book rec, Amy!”, dive on in, my friend.  Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts "I love Amy and Online Marketing Made Easy."

The Alan Cox Show
Loaded Weekend/ Timekeepers/ Squatch Game/ Vrimp Dish/ Gimme Your Digits/ Rib Stickler/ Wilhelmina Calls/ Death Lunch/ Tears To Eleven

The Alan Cox Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 167:26


Fantasy's Phinest | A Fantasy Football Podcast
S3 | Ep. 51 | Lineup Chaos, Week 6 Through The Wire + Gimme 5 "Drop'em Edition"

Fantasy's Phinest | A Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 36:15


Do you smell that? That's a fresh, new episode of The Fantasy's Phinest Podcast! Week 5 is in and Will returns to highlight some of the interesting notes to come out of his fantasy teams, the NFL, (and his lineup blunders) to open up the show. Week 6 is on deck so you know we have to get you prepped for waivers this week with big injuries around the league forcing guys into starting roles for a few weeks so you don't want to miss "Through The Wire" this time around.  Will is also fed up with these guys on his fantasy team and after waiting for them to produce, it's time for some of these guys to hit the waiver wire in his redraft leagues so during the "Gimme 5" segment, Will gives you a couple of names that he's dropping his fantasy leagues this week.  Be sure to follow the podcast on Twitter @Fantasysphinest and be sure to never miss an episode by subscribing to the podcast on Google, Apple, Spotify, iHeartRadio, and more. Follow the hosts: Will (@Hype_phinest), Jalen (@ace_eca4), and Marc (@mcknux) Thanks in advance for listening and enjoy the show!

Radio Record
Record Party #144 (09-10-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021


01. Atb, Topic, A7S - Your Love (9PM) (Record Mix) 02. The Aston Shuffle, Liz Jai - Enough For You (Record Mix) 03. Meduza, Becky Hill, Goodboys - Lose Control (Record Mix) 04. Dubdogz, Cat Dealers - Good Good (Record Mix) 05. Rihanna, Calvin Harris - We Found Love (Record Mix) 06. Junona Boys, Nalyro - Don't Be (Record Mix) 07. Ella Henderson, Sigala, Joel Corry - We Got Love (Record Mix) 08. Shouse - Love Tonight (Record Mix) 09. David Guetta, Egg - Love Don't Let Me Go (Record Mix) 10. Harddope, Halvorsen - Heathens (Record Mix) 11. Alle Farben, Fools Garden - Lemon Tree (Record Mix) 12. Austins Groove - Hold You Now (Record Mix) 13. Redondo, Shayee - Feeling Good (Record Mix) 14. Yves V - Echo (Record Mix) 15. Jack Wins, Joe Stone - Light Up My Life (Record Mix) 16. Stadiumx, Sebastian Wibe, Moti, Mingue - We Are Life (Record Mix) 17. Whiteout, Depdramez, Mitti - Now You're Gone (Record Mix) 18. Rompasso, Imanbek, Karma Child - 123 (Record Mix) 19. Swanky Tunes - One Of Us (Record Mix) 20. Avicii, Sebastien Drums - My Feelings For You (Record Mix) 21. Oliver Heldens, Kstewart - Last All Night (Koala) (Record Mix) 22. Triticum - Bubble gum (Record Mix) 23. Anne-Marie, Ksi, Digital Farm Animals - Don't Play (Record Mix) 24. Jonas Blue, Jack & Jack, Tv Noise - Rise (Record Mix) 25. Trevor Daniel, Doublefast - Falling (Record Mix) 26. Filv, Vallhee - Cheri, Cheri Lady (Record Mix) 27. Ava Max - EveryTime I Cry (Record Mix) 28. Alessandro - Goes Deeper (Record Mix) 29. Shane Codd - Get Out My Head (Record Mix) 30. Sllash & Doppe - Off My Mind (Record Mix) 31. Nicky Romero - Back To You (Record Mix) 32. Gorgon City, Mk - There for You (Record Mix) 33. New World Sound, Thomas Newson - Flute (Record Mix) 34. Bebe Rexha, Gorgon City - Sacrifice (Record Mix) 35. Fox Stevenson - Arigatou (Record Mix) 36. Travis Scott, Hvme - Goosebumps (Record Mix) 37. Calvin Harris, Sam Smith - Promises (Record Mix) 38. Jonasu - Black Magic (Record Mix) 39. Becky Hill, Topic - My Heart Goes (La Di Da) (Record Mix) 40. Raye, Rudimental - Regardless (Record Mix) 41. Thomas Gold - Pump Up The Jam (Record Mix) 42. Feder, Ofenbach, Dawty Music - Call Me Papi (Record Mix) 43. Meduza, Goodboys - Piece of Your Heart (Record Mix) 44. Frey - Tom's Diner (Record Mix) 45. Camelphat, Elderbrook - Cola (Record Mix) 46. Galantis - Runaway (U & I) (Record Mix) 47. Le Pedre - Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) (Record Mix) 48. Timmy Trumpet, Smash Mouth - Camelot (Record Mix) 49. Bob Sinclar - World, Hold On (Record Mix) 50. Laidback Luke, Tribbs, Bertie Scott - Whistle (Record Mix) 51. Crazibiza - Work Your Body (Record Mix) 52. Cassette - My Way (Record Mix) 53. Joe Stone, Ferreck Dawn - Man Enough (Record Mix) 54. Martin Garrix - Animals! (Record Mix) 55. Going Deeper, Ritn - Don't Stop (Record Mix) 56. Oneil, Aize - I Can't Stop (Record Mix) 57. Paul Woolford, Amber Mark - Heat (Record Mix) 58. Spada - Stay Here (Record Mix) 59. David Guetta, Kid Cudi - Memories (Record Mix) 60. Bklava - Only for Tonight (Record Mix) 61. Rasster, Kye Sones - Nirvana (Record Mix) 62. Diplo, Sidepiece - On My Mind (Record Mix) 63. R3Hab, Nina Nesbitt - Family Values (Record Mix) 64. Tiesto, Karol G - Don't Be Shy (Record Mix) 65. Jax Jones, Years & Years, Vadim Adamov - Play (Record Mix) 66. Junona Boys, Tribeat & Robert, Dayana - Sunny (Record Mix) 67. Elektrik Disko, Jolyon Petch - Tell Me Why (Record Mix) 68. Klp, Stace Cadet - People Happy (Record Mix) 69. Martin Solveig, Sam White - +1 (Record Mix) 70. Bingo Players, A-Trak, Phantoms - Cry (Record Mix) 71. Robin Schulz, Alida - In Your Eyes (Record Mix) 72. Alok - Body On My Mind (Record Mix) 73. Black Eyed Peas, Shakira, Twocolors - Girl Like Me (Record Mix) 74. The Giver, Nyelo, Omix Zam - Hold It Back (Record Mix) 75. Solon, Chacel - Missing (Record Mix) 76. Filatov & Karas - TechNoNo (Record Mix) 77. Edx - Roadkill (Record Mix) 78. Alan Walker, Imanbek - Sweet Dreams (Record Mix) 79. Pascal Letoublon - Feelings Undercover (Record Mix) 80. Martin Jensen, Amber Van Day, N.F.I - Can't Come To The Phone (Record Mix) 81. Cat Dealers, Swanky Tunes - Bring & Boy (Record Mix) 82. Calvin Harris, Tom Grennan - By Your Side (Record Mix) 83. Louis The Child, Icona Pop, East & Young - Weekend (Record Mix) 84. C-Bool - Catch You (Record Mix) 85. Tungevaag, Kid Ink, Gabry Ponte - Ride With Me (Record Mix) 86. Loud Luxury, Wav3Pop - Wasted (Record Mix) 87. Michael Calfan - Treasured Soul (Record Mix) 88. Newclaess, Keno - (I Just) Died in Your Arms (Record Mix) 89. Tcts - Day & Night (Record Mix) 90. Rompasso - Take (Record Mix) 91. Victoria, Kohana Runstar - Desert Rose (Record Mix) 92. Nora En Pure, Redondo - I Got To Do (Record Mix) 93. Martin Garrix - Wizard (Record Mix) 94. Sickotoy, Elvana Gjata, Inna, Arroy, Sergey Raf - Papa (Record Mix) 95. Nrd1, Renomty - Summer Jam (Record Mix) 96. Nils Van Zandt, Julia Van Bergen - Million Miles (Record Mix) 97. Hugel - Back To Life (Record Mix) 98. Lee Cabrera, Joe Stone - Shake It (Record Mix) 99. Eqric, Narvent, Timmy Commerford - Let Me Love You (Record Mix) 100. David Guetta, Raye - Stay (Don't Go Away) (Record Mix) 101. Papa Zeus - Can't Stop (Oh No) (Record Mix) 102. Jax Jones, Ina Wroldsen - Breathe (Record Mix) 103. Shane Codd, Charlotte Haining - Always On My Mind (Record Mix) 104. Kye, Sones - Flowers (Record Mix) 105. Duboss, Imanbek - Voyage, Voyage (Record Mix) 106. Tiesto - The Business (Record Mix) 107. R3Hab, Jolin Tsai - Stars Align (Record Mix) 108. Tokio Hotel, Vize - Behind Blue Eyes (Record Mix) 109. Wh0, Zhana - Free (Record Mix) 110. Janieck - Does It Matter (Record Mix) 111. J. Balvin, Skrillex - In Da Getto (Record Mix) 112. Lost Found - Searching (Record Mix) 113. Pascal Letoublon - Palm Springs (Record Mix) 114. Oneil, Miscris - La La La (Record Mix) 115. Saison - Airs Graces (Record Mix) 116. Fred Again.., The Blessed Madonna - Marea (Weve Lost Dancing) (Record Mix) 117. Kc Lights, Leo Stannard - Cold Light (Record Mix) 118. John Newman, Max Sanna - Love Me Again 119. Atb, Ben Samama - Like That 120. Hi_Tack, Le Pedre, Consilium - Hot (Record Mix) 121. Gaullin - Moonlight (Record Mix) 122. Chris Lake, Armand Van Helden, Arthur Baker, Victor S - The Answer (Record Mix) 123. Bob Sinclar, Avicii - New New New (Record Mix) 124. Filatov & Karas, Busy Reno - Au Revoir (Record Mix) 125. Artlec - We'll Stay Together (Record Mix) 126. Klaas - The Way (Record Mix) 127. Timmy Trumpet - Cardio (Record Mix) 128. Jake Tarry, Tongue N Cheek - Nobody (Can Love Me) (Record Mix) 129. Alok, Bruno Martini, Zeeba - Hear Me Now (Record Mix) 130. 9T9Heroes, Bodybangers - No Luck (Record Mix) 131. Rudimental, Ed Sheeran, Sultan & Shepard - Lay It All On Me (Record Mix) 132. C-Bool - Never Go Away (Record Mix) 133. Rudenko, Ana Whiterose - Stone Cold Heart (Record Mix) 134. Foushee, Katana Angels - Deep End (Record Mix) 135. Sonny Fodera, Ella Eyre - Wired (Record Mix) 136. Rompasso, Playmen - Together (Record Mix) 137. Hugel, Stefy De Cicco, Hugo Cantarra, Nikol Apatini - 4 to the Floor (Record Mix) 138. Voost, Koolkid - Taste Of Your Love (Record Mix) 139. Sam Feldt, Yves V, Rozes - One Day (Record Mix) 140. Gabry Ponte, Moti, Mougleta - Oh La La (Record Mix) 141. Dave Spoon - Steels (Record Mix) 142. Lucas & Steve, Tungevaag - Paper Planes (Record Mix) 143. David Guetta, Skylar Grey - Shot Me Down (Record Mix)

The Ringer NFL Show
Week 5 Preview: Bills vs. Chiefs, Browns vs. Chargers, and a Look at the Rest of the Slate

The Ringer NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 82:36


Benjamin, Kaelen, and Steven start their Week 5 Friday Walk Through by discussing the return of Geno Smith. They then dissect the biggest matchups of the week, including Bills-Chiefs, Browns-Chargers, 49ers-Cardinals, and more. Finally, they wrap up with Gimme a Reason, in which they highlight the rest of the Week 5 slate.Hosts: Benjamin Solak, Kaelen Jones, Steven Ruiz Production Assistant: Chris Sutton Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
10/8 2-1 Booze Samples At The Store

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 23:07


Gimme another! - High Proof Rum - Voting For Labor - Plant Based NuggetsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends

History making broadcaster Lisa Byington talks about her new job as the TV play-by-play voice for the defending NBA champion Bucks, her start in the business & how working with Stacey helped pave the way for landing the job in Milwaukee.  Plus, rave reviews for the Bulls preseason opener. The White Sox struggle in Game 1 against Houston, & Justin Fields takes over as the full-time Bears QB1.

Left Field
Gimme Some Mo (Salah), WTF Watford, Barca Blues, NBA Vaccination & Urban Meyer

Left Field

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 69:45


What a game between Liverpool and Manchester City? End-to-end, fantastic goals and in Mo Salah and Phil Foden, two men of the match! We discuss the fallout from a Premier League cracker and what it says about the title race.Will Manchester United, who've looked bang average for a couple of weeks, be able to keep pace? More dropped points at Old Trafford, this time against an Andros Townsend-inspired Everton, suggest probably not.At the other end of the table, Watford - surprise, surprise - became the first club to lose their nerve and sack their coach. After 10 months in charge, Xisco Munoz has been replaced by 70-year-old Claudio Ranieri. It's the Italian's 22nd managerial role. Will it be dilly ding or dilly wrong for the Hornets?Elsewhere, things are going from bad to worse for Ronald Koeman at Barcelona, Wrexham's celeb owners have thrown a strop and a GPS typo led to an embarrassing Coupe de France exit.After the break, boxing is under the microscope following stunning allegations of corruption at the Rio Olympic Games. Oh, dear. However, we're not giving up just yet as Tyson Fury's umpteenth clash with Deontay Wilder has landed just in time to moisten the loins. We also chat about unvaccinated NBA stars and inappropriate dad dancing.Enjoy the show!Every week on Left Field, Wogan and Allen dissect the latest in Football and Not Football. Subscribe to make sure you don't miss out, because that would be a real shame, wouldn't it?Subscribe: il.ink/leftfield_podTwitter: twitter.com/leftfield_podInstagram: instagram.com/leftfield_pod/Facebook: facebook.com/leftfieldpod/And your co-hosts...Allen: twitter.com/AAllenSportWogan: twitter.com/CathalWogan

Susan Hyatt’s Rich Coach Club
Upgrade Your Client Experience W/ Victoria Albina

Susan Hyatt’s Rich Coach Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 42:02


When I'm happy with a company's products or services, I want it ALL. One of everything, please. Gimme the VIP experience.  If you're not getting the sales you want, you've got to offer your happy clients some upgrades. Not sure how to create upgrades in your business? Give your clients what they're hungry for. Look at what they're already investing in and create the next logical step in the sequence. Get the full show notes and more information here: https://shyatt.com/160

Radio Record
Record Party #142 (25-09-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021


01. Jax Jones, Aura, Vize - I miss u (Record Mix) 02. Dr Kucho!, Gregor Salto, Oliver Heldens - Can't Stop Playing (Record Mix) 03. Shouse - Love Tonight (Record Mix) 04. Chris Lake, Armand Van Helden, Arthur Baker, Victor S - The Answer (Record Mix) 05. David Guetta, Sia - Titanium (Record Mix) 06. Max + Johann - Hotel Room Service (Record Mix) 07. Mk, Carla Monroe - 2AM (Record Mix) 08. Kelli-Leigh, Manyfew - Feelin' U (Record Mix) 09. Bodyrox, D Ramirez - Yeah Yeah (Record Mix) 10. Faruk Sabanci, Mingue - Your Call (Record Mix) 11. Kye, Sones - Flowers (Record Mix) 12. Gaullin, Tom Budin - Black Beatles (Record Mix) 13. Harddope, Nito-Onna - Not Gonna Get Us (Record Mix) 14. Ida Corr, Fedde Le Grand - Let Me Think About It (Record Mix) 15. Swanky Tunes - One Of Us (Record Mix) 16. Krystal Roxx - I Feel Ya (Record Mix) 17. Adam Lambert - Ghost Town (Record Mix) 18. Thomas Gold - Pump Up The Jam (Record Mix) 19. Lee Cabrera, Joe Stone - Shake It (Record Mix) 20. Imany, Ivan Spell, Daniel Magre - You Will Never Know (Record Mix) 21. Dvbbs, Gattuso, Alida - Leave The World Behind (Record Mix) 22. Sonny Fodera, Ella Eyre - Wired (Record Mix) 23. Bougenvilla, Jared Hiwat - Homeless (Record Mix) 24. Alan Walker, Georgia Ku - Don't You Hold Me Down (Record Mix) 25. Loud Luxury, Wav3Pop - Wasted (Record Mix) 26. Armin Van Buuren, Brennan Heart, Andreas Moe - All On Me (Record Mix) 27. Klaas, Moodygee - Hot N Cold (Record Mix) 28. Nelly Furtado, Quarterhead - All Good Things (Come To An End) (Record Mix) 29. Bingo Players, A-Trak, Phantoms - Cry (Record Mix) 30. Lilly Wood, Prick, Robin Schulz - Prayer In C (Record Mix) 31. Aritmiya, Lazy Cat - Bam Bam Bam (Record Mix) 32. Jess Bays, That Kind - Love We Had (Record Mix) 33. Moti - All the Love You Got (Record Mix) 34. Junona Boys, Nalyro - Don't Be (Record Mix) 35. Kungs - Never Going Home (Record Mix) 36. Ella Henderson, Sigala, Joel Corry - We Got Love (Record Mix) 37. Arno Cost - Cyan (Record Mix) 38. Calvin Harris, Tom Grennan - By Your Side (Record Mix) 39. Drama, Tensnake - Don't Hold Back (Record Mix) 40. John Martin, Tiesto, Dzeko & Torres - Anywhere for You (Record Mix) 41. Yves V - Echo (Record Mix) 42. Filv, Vallhee - Cheri, Cheri Lady (Record Mix) 43. Vize, Tokio Hotel - White Lies (Record Mix) 44. Nicky Romero, Vicetone, When We Are Wild - Let Me Feel (Record Mix) 45. Lost Found - Searching (Record Mix) 46. Cuebrick, Moestwanted, Melody Mane - Cry for You (Record Mix) 47. Mabel - Let Them Know (Record Mix) 48. Hugel, Stefy De Cicco, Hugo Cantarra, Nikol Apatini - 4 to the Floor (Record Mix) 49. Artlec - We'll Stay Together (Record Mix) 50. Dj Dimixer, Serge Legran, Murana, Harddope - It's a Fine Day (Record Mix) 51. Alok, Timmy Trumpet, La Vision - Underwater Love (Record Mix) 52. Galantis, David Guetta Little Mix - Heartbreak Anthem (Record Mix) 53. Avicii - Fade into Darkness (Record Mix) 54. Rasster, Kye Sones - Nirvana (Record Mix) 55. Voost, Koolkid - Taste Of Your Love (Record Mix) 56. David Guetta, Ne-Yo, Akon - Play Hard (Record Mix) 57. Ant Larock - Crazy (Record Mix) 58. Bodybangers - You Are Not Alone (Record Mix) 59. Becky Hill, Topic - My Heart Goes (La Di Da) (Record Mix) 60. Triticum - Bubble gum (Record Mix) 61. Travis Scott, Hvme - Goosebumps (Record Mix) 62. Lykke Li, The Magician - I Follow Rivers (Record Mix) 63. Jack Wins, Joe Stone - Light Up My Life (Record Mix) 64. Daft Punk, Capital People - One More Time (Record Mix) 65. Whiteout, Depdramez, Mitti - Now You're Gone (Record Mix) 66. Armin Van Buuren, Jake Reese - Need You Now (Record Mix) 67. Watermat, Kelli-Leigh, Bob Sinclar, The Cube Guys - Won't Stop (Record Mix) 68. Cassette - My Way (Record Mix) 69. Louis The Child, Icona Pop, East & Young - Weekend (Record Mix) 70. Ava Max - EveryTime I Cry (Record Mix) 71. Aevion - Galaxy Garden (Record Mix) 72. Le Pedre - Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) (Record Mix) 73. Ross Couch - Vibe (Record Mix) 74. Feder, Emmi - Blind (Record Mix) 75. Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, Dvbbs, Roy Woods - Too Much (Record Mix) 76. Calvin Harris, John Newman - Blame! (Record Mix) 77. Shane Codd, Charlotte Haining - Always On My Mind (Record Mix) 78. Zedd, Selena Gomez - I Want You To Know (Record Mix) 79. Laidback Luke, Tribbs, Bertie Scott - Whistle (Record Mix) 80. Paul Woolford, Amber Mark - Heat (Record Mix) 81. Oneil, Aize - I Can't Stop (Record Mix) 82. Junona Boys, Tribeat & Robert, Dayana - Sunny (Record Mix) 83. Matt Jadon - Hold Me Close (Record Mix) 84. Martin Solveig, Gta - Intoxicated (Record Mix) 85. Rompasso, Imanbek, Karma Child - 123 (Record Mix) 86. Oliver Heldens, Becky Hill - Gecko (Overdrive) (Record Mix) 87. Wh0, Zhana - Free (Record Mix) 88. Duke Dumont - Won't Look Back (Record Mix) 89. Bebe Rexha, Gorgon City - Sacrifice (Record Mix) 90. Noizu - Summer 91 (Looking Back) (Record Mix) 91. Tony Igy, Vicetone - Astronomia (Record Mix) 92. Arash, Helena, D. Anuchin, Vladkov - Angels Lullaby (Record Mix) 93. Elektrik Disko, Jolyon Petch - Tell Me Why (Record Mix) 94. Jax Jones, Years & Years, Vadim Adamov - Play (Record Mix) 95. Kungs, Stargate, Goldn - Be Right Here (Record Mix) 96. Newclaess, Keno - (I Just) Died in Your Arms (Record Mix) 97. Dastic - Think About U (Record Mix) 98. Harddope, Halvorsen - Heathens (Record Mix) 99. Low Steppa - Ricochet (Record Mix) 100. Robin Schulz, Erika Sirola - Speechless (Record Mix) 101. David Guetta, Kid Cudi - Memories (Record Mix) 102. Sonny Fodera, Just Kiddin, Lilly Ahlberg - Closer (Record Mix) 103. Atb, Topic, A7S - Your Love (9PM) (Record Mix) 104. Little Mix, Nathan Dawe, Mark Knight - No Time For Tears (Record Mix) 105. Lmfao, Lauren Bennett, Goonrock - Party Rock Anthem (Record Mix) 106. Avicii - Wake Me Up (Record Mix) 107. Alok - Body On My Mind (Record Mix) 108. Saison - Airs Graces (Record Mix) 109. Stefy De Cicco, Ben Hamilton, Martin Jensen - Day 'N' Nite (Record Mix) 110. Black Eyed Peas, Shakira, Twocolors - Girl Like Me (Record Mix) 111. Fredrik Ferrier, Crazy Cousinz - You (Record Mix) 112. C-Bool, Giang Pham - DJ Is Your Second Name (Record Mix) 113. Filatov & Karas - TechNoNo (Record Mix) 114. Martin Solveig, Ina Wroldsen - Places (Record Mix) 115. Timmy Trumpet, Smash Mouth - Camelot (Record Mix) 116. Alesso, Roy English - Cool (Record Mix) 117. Meduza, Dermot Kennedy - Paradise (Record Mix) 118. Jake Tarry, Tongue N Cheek - Nobody (Can Love Me) (Record Mix) 119. Laidback Luke, Gina Turner - Bae (Record Mix) 120. Gaullin, Tom Budin - Black Beatles (Record Mix) 121. Anton Powers, Joe Stone - Do Me Right (Record Mix) 122. Moonway - 2 Times (Record Mix) 123. Tiesto - The Business (Record Mix) 124. Sammy Porter, Mila Falls - Underneath My Skin (Record Mix) 125. Basstrologe, Voost - Somebody To Love (Record Mix) 126. Pascal Letoublon - Palm Springs (Record Mix) 127. Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding - Outside (Record Mix) 128. R3Hab, Jolin Tsai - Stars Align (Record Mix) 129. Mathieu Koss, Boris Way - Campfire (Record Mix) 130. Trfn, Siadou - Do It (Record Mix) 131. Victoria, Kohana Runstar - Desert Rose (Record Mix) 132. Hugel - Back To Life (Record Mix) 133. Sam Feldt, Hook N Sling - Open Your Eyes (Record Mix) 134. David Zowie - House Every Weekend (Record Mix) 135. Feder, Ofenbach, Dawty Music - Call Me Papi (Record Mix) 136. Weiss, Harry Romero - Where Do We Go (Record Mix) 137. Saint Jhn, Imanbek - Roses (Record Mix) 138. Frey - Tom's Diner (Record Mix) 139. Ps1, Alex Hosking - Fake Friends (Record Mix) 140. Robin Schulz, Francesco Yates - Sugar (Record Mix)

The Ringer NFL Show
Week 4 Preview: Brady vs. Belichick, Kyler Murray Takes on the Rams, and the Rest of the Week 4 Slate

The Ringer NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 80:04


Benjamin, Kaelen, and Steven start their Week 4 preview by discussing their games of the week, including Tom Brady's big homecoming against the Patriots. They then tackle heavyweight matchups such as Broncos-Ravens, Raiders-Chargers, and more. Finally, they wrap up the pod with Gimme a Reason, in which they discuss the rest of the Week 4 slate.Hosts: Benjamin Solak, Kaelen Jones, Steven Ruiz Production Assistant: Chris Sutton Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Black Tower: A Wheel of Time Podcast
Gimme Atha‘an Miore | Season 2 Episode 48

The Black Tower: A Wheel of Time Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 93:01


Did you ever desire life on the high seas? What about letting the salty ocean air caress your bare chest? Well these FOLKS have got it figured out!!! It's a Culture Deep Dive on the Sea Folk!! The Gathering Madness: https://www.blacktowerpod.com/tgm The Crystal Barista: https://www.crystalbarista.com The Great Blight: https://www.thegreatblight.com New Creations by Jen: https://www.newcreationsbyjen.com Check out our website, https://www.blacktowerpod.com for quick access to all of our social medias and our Merch Shop, the only Merch Shop with Dragonsworn stuff as well! Let us know how we are doing through any of our social media accounts: Twitter (@Towerpodcast) Instagram (@blacktowerpod) and Discord (https://discord.gg/3UFtYAZ) On our Discord, you can even find like minded fans and individuals, and see what fun we have on a daily basis! And, if you are so inclined, you can always input a review directly into wherever you get our podcast from! While you are listening, consider heading over to our Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/Blacktowerpod) and supporting us there. It helps us keep the podcast going, but also gets you some pretty sweet benefits as well, such as our Pre-Recordings and early access to our episodes! Intro Music - Black Tower Podcast by Slylock https://soundcloud.com/theslylock Outro Music - The Black Tower by Androl-Bard of Time https://www.youtube.com/user/SaintBastard666

Enterprising Individuals
Season 6, Episode 16.5 Gimme Some Mooney

Enterprising Individuals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 63:41


This week, Darren Mooney of the Escapist is back on the show for an extended discussion about pop culture topics! On the show, we talk about the recent release of Shang Chi, the evolution of the Evangelion franchise and its creator, the future of cinemas and streaming and the looming IATSE strike, the mystery of Quibi, the future of Doctor Who and the current era's legacy, and we take a hard look at the future of Trek and what Trek has to say in the new millennium!This episode of outtakes (and ALL of our outtakes) are available weekly on our Patreon, at patreon.com/eistpod!Follow Darren on Twitter and check out his site, The M0vie Blog!https://twitter.com/Darren_Mooneyhttps://www.them0vieblog.comHere's the source for Darren's Quibi storyhttps://www.inputmag.com/culture/exclusive-by-exploiting-a-union-loophole-quibi-is-underpaying-its-shows-crewsFind out the stories behind your favorite Trek episodes with BackTrekking!http://www.twitter.com/backtrekkingCommunicate with us on Facebook and Twitter and the Just Enough Trope Discord!http://www.facebook.com/eistpodhttp://www.twitter.com/eistpodhttps://discord.gg/WVvCHVWqzfJoin our crew on Patreon!http://www.patreon.com/eistpodSubscribe to the show on iTunes!https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/enterprising-individuals/id1113165661?mt=2

MoneyBall Medicine
E-Patient Dave Says We Still Need Better Access to our Health Data

MoneyBall Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 50:52


The podcast is back with a new name and a new, expanded focus! Harry will soon be publishing his new book The Future You: How Artificial Intelligence Can Help You Get Healthier, Stress Less, and Live Longer. Like his previous book MoneyBall Medicine, it's all about AI and the other big technologies that are transforming healthcare. But this time Harry takes the consumer's point of view, sharing tips, techniques, and insights we can all use to become smarter, more proactive participants in our own health. The show's first guest under this expanded mission is Dave deBronkart, better known as "E-Patient Dave" for his relentless efforts to persuade medical providers to cede control over health data and make patients into more equal partners in their own care. Dave explains how he got his nickname, why it's so important for patients to be more engaged in the healthcare system, and what kinds of technology changes at hospitals and physician practices can facilitate that engagement. Today we're bringing you the first half of Harry and Dave's wide-ranging conversation, and we'll be back on October 12 with Part 2.Dave deBronkart is the author of the highly rated Let Patients Help: A Patient Engagement Handbook and one of the world's leading advocates for patient engagement. After beating stage IV kidney cancer in 2007, he became a blogger, health policy advisor, and international keynote speaker, and today is the best-known spokesman for the patient engagement movement. He is the co-founder and chair emeritus of the Society for Participatory Medicine, and has been quoted in Time, U.S. News, USA Today, Wired, MIT Technology Review, and the HealthLeaders cover story “Patient of the Future.” His writings have been published in the British Medical Journal, the Patient Experience Journal,  iHealthBeat, and the conference journal of the American Society for Clinical Oncology. Dave's 2011 TEDx talk went viral, and is one the most viewed TED Talks of all time with nearly 700,000 views.Please rate and review The Harry Glorikian Show on Apple Podcasts! Here's how to do that from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:1. Open the Podcasts app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. 2. Navigate to The Harry Glorikian Show podcast. You can find it by searching for it or selecting it from your library. Just note that you'll have to go to the series page which shows all the episodes, not just the page for a single episode.3. Scroll down to find the subhead titled "Ratings & Reviews."4. Under one of the highlighted reviews, select "Write a Review."5. Next, select a star rating at the top — you have the option of choosing between one and five stars. 6. Using the text box at the top, write a title for your review. Then, in the lower text box, write your review. Your review can be up to 300 words long.7. Once you've finished, select "Send" or "Save" in the top-right corner. 8. If you've never left a podcast review before, enter a nickname. Your nickname will be displayed next to any reviews you leave from here on out. 9. After selecting a nickname, tap OK. Your review may not be immediately visible.That's it! Thanks so much.Full TranscriptHarry Glorikian: Hello. I'm Harry Glorikian. Welcome to The Harry Glorikian Show.You heard me right! The podcast has a new name. And as you're about to learn, we have an exciting new focus. But we're coming to you in the same feed as our old show, MoneyBall Medicine. So if you were already subscribed to the show in your favorite podcast app, you don't have to do anything! Just keep listening as we publish new episodes. If you're not a regular listener, please take a second to hit the Subscribe or Follow button right now. And thank you.Okay. So. Why are we rebranding the show?Well, I've got some exciting news to share. Soon we'll be publishing my new book, The Future You: How Artificial Intelligence Can Help You Get Healthier, Stress Less, and Live Longer. It's all about how AI and big data are changing almost everything we know about our healthcare.Now, that might sound a bit like my last book, MoneyBall Medicine. But I wrote that book mainly to inform all the industry insiders who deliver healthcare. Like people who work at pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, health plans, insurance companies, and health-tech startups.With this new book, The Future You, I'm turning the lens around and I'm explaining the impact of the AI revolution on people who consume healthcare. Which, of course, means everyone. That impact is going to be significant, and it's going to change everything from the way you interact with your doctors, to the kind of medicines you take, to the ways you stay fit and healthy.We want you to be prepared for this new world. So we're expanding the focus of the podcast, too. To go along with the new name, we're bringing you interviews with a new lineup of fascinating people who are changing the way patients experience healthcare. And there's nobody better to start out with than today's guest, Dave deBronkart.Dave is best known by the moniker he earned back in the late 2000s: E-Patient Dave. We'll talk about what the E stands for. But all you need to know going in is that ever since 2007, when he survived his own fight with kidney cancer, Dave has been a relentless, tireless advocate for the idea that the U.S. medical system needs to open up so that patients can play a more central role in their own healthcare. He's pushed for changes that would give patients more access to their medical records. And he hasn't been afraid to call out the institutions that are doing a poor job at that. In fact, some folks inside the business of healthcare might even call Dave an irritant or a gadfly. But you know what? Sometimes the world needs people who aren't afraid to shake things up.And what's amazing is that in the years since Dave threw himself into this debate, the world of healthcare policy has started to catch up with him. The Affordable Care Act created big incentives for hospitals and physician practices to switch over to digital recordkeeping. In 2016 the Twenty-First Century Cures Act prohibited providers from blocking access to patients' electronic health information. And now there's a new interface standard called FHIR that promises to do for medical records what HTML and HTTP did for the World Wide Web, and make all our health data more shareable, from our hospital records to our genomics data to the fitness info on our smartphones.But there's a lot of work left to do. And Dave and I had such a deep and detailed conversation about his past work and how patients experience healthcare today that we're going to break up the interview into two parts. Today we'll play the first half of our interview. And in two weeks we'll be back with Part 2. Here we go.Harry Glorikian: Dave, welcome to the show.Dave deBronkart: Thank you so much. This is a fascinating subject, I love your angle on the whole subject of medicine.Harry Glorikian: Thank you. Thank you. So, Dave, I mean, you have been known widely as what's termed as E-patient Dave. And that's like a nickname you've been using in public discussions for, God, at least a decade, as far as I can remember. But a lot of our listeners haven't heard about that jargon word E-patient or know what E stands for. To me, it means somebody who is assertive or provocative when it comes to managing their own health, you know, with added element of being, say, tech savvy or knowing how to use the Internet, you know, mobile, wearable devices and other digital tools to monitor and organize and direct their own care—-all of which happens to describe the type of reader I had in mind when I wrote this new book that I have coming out called The Future You. So how would you describe what E- patient [means]?Dave deBronkart: You know, it's funny because when you see an E-patient or talk with them, they don't stick out as a particularly odd, nerdy, unusual sort of person. But the the term, we can get into its origins back in the 90s someday if you want to, the term has to do with somebody who is involved. What today is in medicine is called patient engagement. And it's funny because to a lot of people in health care, patient engagement means getting the patient to do what they tell us to. Right. Well, tvhere's somebody who's actually an activated, thinking patient, like, I'm engaged in the sense that I want to tell you what's important to me. Right. And I don't just want to do what I'm told. I want to educate myself. That's another version of the E. In general, it means empowered, engaged, equipped, enabled. And these days, as you point out, naturally, anybody who's empowered, engaged and enabled is going to be doing digital things, you know, which weren't possible 20 years ago when the term patient was invented.Harry Glorikian: Yeah, and it's interesting because I was thinking like the E could stand for so many things like, you know, electronic, empowered, engaged, equipped, enabled, right. All of the above. Right. And, you know, I mean, at some point, you know, I do want to talk about access, right, to all levels. But just out of curiosity, right, you've been doing this for a long time, and I'm sure that people have reached out to you. How many E-patients do you think are out there, or as a proportion of all patients at this point?Dave deBronkart: You know, that depends a lot on demographics and stage of life. The, not surprisingly, digital natives are more likely to be actively involved in things just because they're so digital. And these days, by federal policy, we have the ability to look at parts of our medical information online if we want to. As opposed to older people in general are more likely to say just what the doctors do, what they want to. It's funny, because my parents, my dad died a few years ago. My mother's 92. We're very different on this. My dad was "Let them do their work." And my mother is just all over knowing what's going on. And it's a good thing because twice in the last five years, important mistakes were found in her medical record, you know. So what we're at here, this is in addition to the scientific and technological and data oriented changes that the Internet has brought along. We're also in the early stages of what is clearly going to be a massive sociological revolution. And it has strong parallels. I first had this idea years ago in a blog post, but I was a hippie in the 60s and 70s, and I lived through the women's movement as it swept through Boston. And so I've seen lots of parallels. You go back 100 years. I think the you know, we recently hit the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote. There were skeptics when the idea was proposed and those skeptics opinions and the things they said and wrote have splendid parallels with many physicians' beliefs about patients.Dave deBronkart: As one example I blogged some years ago, I can send you a link about a wonderful flyer published in 1912 by the National Association Opposed to Women's Suffrage. And it included such spectacular logic as for, I mean, their bullets, their talking points, why we should not give women the vote, the first was "Most women aren't asking for it." Which is precisely parallel to "Most patients aren't acting like Dave, right? So why should we accommodate, why should we adjust? Why should we provide for that? The second thing, and this is another part, is really a nastier part of the social revolution. The second talking point was "Most women eligible to vote are married and all they could do is duplicate or cancel their husband's vote." It's like, what are you thinking? The underlying is we've already got somebody who's voting. Why do we need to bring in somebody else who could only muddy the picture? And clearly all they could do is duplicate or cancel their husband's vote. Just says that the women or the patients, all right, all I could do is get in the way and not improve anything. I bring this up because it's a real mental error for people to say I don't know a lot of E-patients. So it must not be worth thinking about. Harry Glorikian: Yeah, I mean, so, just as a preview so of what we're going to talk about, what's your high-level argument for how we could make it easier for traditional patients to become E-patients?Dave deBronkart: Well, several dimensions on that. The most important thing, though, the most important thing is data and the apps. Harry Glorikian: Yes.Dave deBronkart: When people don't have access to their information, it's much harder for them to ask an intelligent question. It's like, hey, I just noticed this. Why didn't we do something? What's this about? Right. And now the flip side of it and of course, there's something I'm sure we'll be talking about is the so-called final rule that was just published in April of this year or just took effect of this year, that says over the course of the next year, all of our data in medical records systems has to be made available to us through APIs, which means there will be all these apps. And to anybody middle aged who thinks I don't really care that much, all you have to do is think about when it comes down to taking care of your kids or your parents when you want to know what's going on with them. Harry Glorikian: Would you think there would be more E-patients if the health care system gave them easier access to their data? What are some of the big roadblocks right now?Dave deBronkart: Well, one big roadblock is that even though this final federal rule has come out now, the American Medical Group Management Association is pushing back, saying, "Wait, wait, wait, this is a bad idea. We don't need patients getting in the way of what doctors are already doing." There will be foot dragging. There's no question about that. Part of that is craven commercial interests. There are and there have been numerous cases of hospital administrators explicitly saying -- there's one recording from the Connected Health conference a few years ago, Harlan Krumholtz, a cardiologist at Yale, quoted a hospital president who told him, "Why wouldn't I want to make it a little harder for people to take their business elsewhere?"Harry Glorikian: Well, if I remember correctly, I think it was the CEO of Epic who said, “Why would anybody want their data?”Dave deBronkart: Yes. Well, first of all, why I would want my data is none of her damn business. Well, and but that's what Joe Biden -- this was a conversation with Joe Biden. Now, Joe has a, what, the specific thing was, why would you want to see your data? It's 10,000 pages of which you would understand maybe 100. And what he said was, "None of your damn business. And I'll find people that help me understand the parts I want."Harry Glorikian: Yeah. And so but it's so interesting, right? Because I believe right now we're in a we're in a state of a push me, pull you. Right? So if you look at, when you said apps, I think Apple, Microsoft, Google, all these guys would love this data to be accessible because they can then apps can be available to make it more understandable or accessible to a patient population. I mean, I have sleep apps. I have, you know, I just got a CGM, which is under my shirt here, so that I can see how different foods affect me from, you know, and glucose, insulin level. And, you know, I'm wearing my Apple Watch, which tracks me. I mean, this is all interpretable because there are apps that are trying to at least explain what's happening to me physiologically or at least look at my data. And the other day I was talking to, I interviewed the CEO of a company called Seqster, which allows you to download your entire record. And it was interesting because there were some of the panels that I looked at that some of the numbers looked off for a long period of time, so I'm like, I need to talk to my doctor about those particular ones that are off. But they're still somewhat of a, you know, I'm in the business, you've almost learned the business. There's still an educational level that and in our arcane jargon that gets used that sort of, you know, everybody can't very easily cross that dimension.Dave deBronkart: Ah, so what? So what? Ok, this is, that's a beautiful observation because you're right, it's not easy for people to absorb. Not everybody, not off the bat. Look, and I don't claim that I'm a doctor. You know, I still go to doctors. I go to physical therapists and so on and so on. And that is no reason to keep us apart from the data. Some doctors and Judy Faulkner of Epic will say, you know, you'll scare yourself, you're better off not knowing. Well, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the classic specimen called paternalism. "No, honey, you won't understand." Right now paternal -- this is important because this is a major change enabled by technology and data, right -- the paternal caring is incredibly important when the cared-for party cannot comprehend. And so the art of optimizing and this is where MoneyBall thinking comes in. The art of optimizing is to understand people's evolving capacity and support them in developing that capacity so that the net sum of all the people working on my health care has more competence because I do. Harry Glorikian: Right. And that's where I believe like. You know, hopefully my book The Future You will help people see that they're, and I can see technology apps evolving that are making it easier graphically, making it more digestible so someone can manage themselves more appropriately and optimally. But you mentioned your cancer. And I want to go and at least for the listeners, you know, go a little bit through your biography, your personal history, sort of helping set the stage of why we're having this conversation. So you started your professional work in, I think it was typesetting and then later software development, which is a far cry from E-patient Dave, right? But what what qualities or experiences, do you think, predisposed you to be an E-patient? Is it fair to say that you were already pretty tech savvy or but would you consider yourself unusually so?Dave deBronkart: Well, you know, the unusually so, I mean, I'm not sure there's a valid reason for that question to be relevant. There are in any field, there are pioneers, you know, the first people who do something. I mean, think about the movie Lorenzo's Oil, people back in the 1980s who greatly extended their child's life by being so super engaged and hunting and hunting through libraries and phone calls. That was before there was the Internet. I was online. So here are some examples of how I, and I mentioned that my daughter was gestating in 1983. I took a snapshot of her ultrasound and had it framed and sitting on my office desk at work, and people would say, what's that? Nobody knew that that was going to be a thing now and now commonplace thing. In 1999, I met my second wife online on Match.com. And when I first started mentioning this in speeches, people were like, "Whoa, you found your wife on the Internet?" Well, so here's the thing, 20 years later, it's like no big deal. But that's right. If you want to think about the future, you better be thinking about or at least you have every right to be thinking about what are the emerging possibilities. Harry Glorikian: So, tell us the story about your, you know, renal cancer diagnosis in 2007. I mean, you got better, thank God. And you know, what experience it taught you about the power of patients to become involved in their decision making about the course of treatment?Dave deBronkart: So I want to mention that I'm right in the middle of reading on audio, a book that I'd never heard of by a doctor who nearly died. It's titled In Shock. And I'm going to recommend it for the way she tells the story of being a patient, observing the near fatal process. And as a newly trained doctor. In my case, I went in for a routine physical. I had a shoulder X-ray and the doctor called me the next morning and said, "Your shoulder is going to be fine, but the X-ray showed that there's something in your lung that shouldn't be there." And to make a long story short, what we soon found out was that it was kidney cancer that had already spread. I had five tumors, kidney cancer tumors in both lungs. We soon learned that I had one growing in my skull, a bone metastasis. I had one in my right femur and my thigh bone, which broke in May. I now have a steel rod in my in my thigh. I was really sick. And the best available data, there wasn't much good data, but the best available data said that my median survival. Half the people like me would be dead in 24 weeks. 24 weeks!Harry Glorikian: Yeah.Dave deBronkart: And now a really pivotal moment was that as soon as the biopsy confirmed the disease, that it was kidney cancer, my physician, the famous doctor, Danny Sands, my PCP, because he knew me so well -- and this is why I hate any company that thinks doctors are interchangeable, OK? They they should all fry in hell. They're doing it wrong. They should have their license to do business removed -- because he knew me he said, "Dave, you're an online kind of guy. You might like to join this patient community." Now, think how important this is. This was January 2007, not 2021. Right. Today, many doctors still say stay off the Internet. Dr. Sands showed me where to find the good stuff.Harry Glorikian: Right. Yeah, that's important.Dave deBronkart: Well, right, exactly. So now and this turned out to be part of my surviving. Within two hours of posting my first message in that online community, I heard back. "Thanks for the, welcome to the club that nobody wants to join." Now, that might sound foolish, but I'd never known anybody who had kidney cancer. And here I am thinking I'm likely to die. But now I'm talking to people who got diagnosed 10 years ago and they're not dead. Right? Opening a mental space of hope is a huge factor in a person having the push to move forward. And they said there's no cure for this disease. That was not good news. But the but there's this one thing called high dose Interleukin 2. That usually doesn't work. So this was the patient community telling me usually doesn't work. But if you respond at all, about half the time, the response is complete and permanent. And you've got to find a hospital that does it because it's really difficult. And most hospitals won't even tell you it exists because it's difficult and the odds are bad. And here are four doctors in your area who do it, and here are their phone numbers. Now, ladies and gentlemen, I assert that from the point of view of the consumer, the person who has the need, this is valuable information. Harry, this is such a profound case for patient autonomy. We are all aware that physicians today are very overworked, they're under financial pressure from the evil insurance companies and their employers who get their money from the insurance companies. For a patient to be able to define their own priorities and bring additional information to the table should never be prohibited. At the same time, we have to realize that, you know, the doctors are under time pressure anyway. To make a long story short, they said this this treatment usually doesn't work. They also said when it does work, about four percent of the time, the side effects kill people.Harry Glorikian: So here's a question. Here's a question, though, Dave. So, you know, being in this world for my entire career, it's my first question is, you see something posted in a club, a space. How do you validate that this is real, right, that it's bona fide, that it's not just...I mean, as we've seen because of this whole vaccine, there's stuff online that makes my head want to explode because I know that it's not real just by looking at it. How do you as as a patient validate whether this is real, when it's not coming from a, you know, certified professional?Dave deBronkart: It's a perfect question for the whole concept of The Future You. The future you has more autonomy and more freedom to do things, has more information. You could say that's the good news. The bad news is you've got all this information now and there's no certain source of authority. So here you are, you're just like emancipation of a teenager into the adult life. You have to learn how to figure out who you trust. Yeah, the the good news is you've got some autonomy and some ability to act, some agency, as people say. The bad news is you get to live with the consequences as well. But don't just think "That's it, I'm going to go back and let the doctors make all the decisions, because they're perfect," because they're not, you know, medical errors happen. Diagnostic errors happen. The overall. The good news is that you are in a position to raise the overall level of quality of the conversations.Harry Glorikian: So, you know, talk about your journey after your cancer diagnosis from, say, average patient to E-patient to, now, you're a prominent open data advocate in health care.Dave deBronkart: Yes. So I just want to close the loop on what happened, because although I was diagnosed in January, the kidney came out in March, and my interleukin treatments started in April. And by July, six months after diagnosis, by July, the treatment had ended and I was all better. It's an immunotherapy. When immunotherapy works, it's incredible because follow up scans showed the remaining tumors all through my body shrinking for the next two years. And so I was like, go out and play! And I started blogging. I mean, I had really I had pictured my mother's face at my funeral. It's a, it's a grim thought. But that's how perhaps one of my strengths was that I was willing to look that situation in the eye, which let me then move forward. But in 2008, I just started blogging about health care and statistics and anything I felt like. And in 2009 something that -- I'm actually about to publish a free eBook about that, it's just it's a compilation of the 12 blog posts that led to the world exploding on me late in 2008 -- the financial structure of the U.S. health system meant that even though we're the most expensive system in the world, 50 percent more expensive than the second place country, if we could somehow fix that, because we're the most expensive and we don't have the best outcomes, so some money's being wasted there somewhere. All right. If we could somehow fix that, it would mean an immense amount of revenue for some companies somewhere was going to disappear.Dave deBronkart: Back then, it was $2.4 trillion, was the US health system. Now it's $4 trillion. And I realized if we could cut out the one third that excess, that would be $800 billion that would disappear. And that was, I think, three times as much as if Google went out of business, Apple went out of business and and Microsoft, something like that. So I thought if we want to improve how the system works, I'm happy if there are think tanks that are rethinking everything, but for you and me in this century, we got to get in control of our health. And that had to start with having access to our data. All right. And totally, unbeknownst to me, when the Obama administration came in in early 2009, this big bill was passed, the Recovery Act, that included $40 billion of incentives for hospitals to install medical computers. And one of the rules that came out of that was that we, the patients, had to be able to look at parts of our stuff. And little did I know I tried to use to try to look at my data. I tried to use the thing back then called Google Health. And what my hospital sent to Google was garbage. And I blogged about it, and to my huge surprise, The Boston Globe newspaper called and said they wanted to write about it, and it wasn't the local newspaper, it was the Washington health policy desk. And they put it on Page One. And my life spun out of control.Harry Glorikian: Yeah, no, I remember I remember Google Health and I remember you know, I always try to tell people, medicine was super late to the digitization party. Like if it wasn't for that the Reinvestment and Recovery Act putting that in place, there would still be file folders in everybody's office. So we're still at the baby stage of digitization and then the analytics that go with it. And all I see is the curve moving at a ridiculous rate based on artificial intelligence, machine learning being applied to this, and then the digitized information being able to come into one place. But you said something here that was interesting. You've mentioned this phenomenon of garbage in, garbage out. Right. Can you say more about one of the hospitals that treated you? I think it was Beth Israel. You mentioned Google Health. What went wrong there and what were the lessons you took away from that?Dave deBronkart: Well, there were, so what this revealed to me, much to my amazement, much to my amazement, because I assumed that these genius doctors just had the world's most amazing computers, right, and the computers that I imagined are the computers that we're just now beginning to move toward. Right. RI was wrong. But the other important thing that happened was, you know, the vast majority of our medical records are blocks of text, long paragraphs of text or were back then. Now, it was in a computer then, it wasn't notes on paper, but it was not the kind of thing you could analyze, any more than you could run a computer program to read a book and write a book report on it. And so but I didn't know that. I didn't know what Google Health might do. The next thing that happened was as a result, since Google Health was looking for what's called structured data -- now, a classic example of structured data is your blood pressure. It's fill in a form, the high number, the low number, what's your heart rate? What's your weight, you know? The key value pairs, as some people call them. Very little of my medical history existed in that kind of form. So for some insane reason, what they decided to send Google instead was my insurance billing history.Dave deBronkart: Now, insurance data is profoundly inappropriate as a model of reality for a number of reasons. One of one reason is that insurance form data buckets don't have to be very precise. So at one point I was tested for metastases to the brain to see if I had kidney cancer tumors growing in my brain. The answer came back No. All right. Well, there's only one billing code for it. Metastases to the brain. And that's a legitimate billing code for either one. But it got sent to Google Health as metastases to the brain, which I never had. All right. Another problem is something called up-coding, where insurance billing clerks are trained you can bill for something based on the keywords that the doctors and nurses put in the computer. So at one point during my treatment, I had a CAT scan of my lungs to look for tumors. And the radiologist noted, by the way, his aorta is slightly enlarged. The billing clerk didn't care that they were only checking for kidney cancer tumors. The billing clerk saw aorta, enlarged, aneurysm, and billed the insurance company for an aneurysm, which I never had. Corruption. Corruption. People ask, why are our health care costs so high? It's this system of keyword-driven billing. But then on top of that, I had things that I never had anything like it. There was, when this blew up in the newspaper, the hospital finally released all my insurance billing codes. It turns out they had billed the insurance company for volvulus of the intestine. That's a lethal kink of the intestine that will kill you in a couple of days if it's not treated. Never had anything of the sort. Billing fraud.Harry Glorikian: Interesting.Dave deBronkart: Anyway, because a random patient had just tried to use Google Health and I knew enough about data from my day job to be able to say, "Wait a minute, this makes no sense, why is all this happening?" And I couldn't get a straight answer. You know, it's a common experience. Sometimes you ask a company, "I've got a problem. This isn't right." And sometimes they just blow you off. Well, that's what my hospital did to me. I asked about these specific questions and they just blew me off. So then once it was on the front page of the newspaper, the hospital is like, "We will be working with the E-patient Dave and his doctor." And there's nothing like publicity, huh?[musical interlude]Harry Glorikian: Let's pause the conversation for a minute to talk about one small but important thing you can do, to help keep the podcast going. And that's to make it easier for other listeners discover the show by leaving a rating and a review on Apple Podcasts.All you have to do is open the Apple Podcasts app on your smartphone, search for The Harry Glorikian Show, and scroll down to the Ratings & Reviews section. Tap the stars to rate the show, and then tap the link that says Write a Review to leave your comments. It'll only take a minute, but you'll be doing us a huge favor.And one more thing. If you like the interviews we do here on the show I know you'll   like my new book, The Future You: How Artificial Intelligence Can Help You Get Healthier, Stress Less, and Live Longer.It's a friendly and accessible tour of all the ways today's information technologies are helping us diagnose diseases faster, treat them more precisely, and create personalized diet and exercise programs to prevent them in the first place.The book comes out soon, so keep an eye out for the next announcement.Thanks. And now back to our show.[musical interlude]Harry Glorikian: One of your slogans is "Gimme my damn data," meaning, you know, your patient records. And so can you summarize first, the state of the art prior to this digital transformation? Why was it historically the case that patients didn't have easy access to charts from their doctor's office or their visits? Why has the medical establishment traditionally been reluctant or maybe even unable to share this data?Dave deBronkart: Well, first, I want to explain the origin of that of that term. Because the speech in September of that year that launched the global speaking had that title. What happened was that summer of 2009, my world was spinning out of control as I tried to answer people's questions and get involved in the blogging that was going on and health policy arguments in Washington and so on. And so a real visionary in Toronto, a man named Gunther Eisenbach, who had quite a history in pioneering in this area, invited me to give the opening keynote speech for his annual conference in Toronto that fall. And several times during the summer, he asked me a question I'd never been asked. I came to learn that it was normal, but it was "For our brochure, we need to know what do you want to call the speech? What's the title of the speech?" And I remember very well sitting in my office at work one day saying into the telephone, "I don't know, just call it 'Give me my damn data, because you guys can't be trusted." And much to my amazement, It stuck.Dave deBronkart: I want to be clear. Under the 1996 health information law called hip hop, you are entitled to a copy of every single thing they have about you. All right, and a major reason for that. Back in the beginning was to detect mistakes. So it's interesting because HIPAA arose from health insurance portability. 1996 was when it first became mandatory that you had to be able to take your insurance business elsewhere and therefore your records. And that's the origin of the requirement that anybody who holds your health information as part of your insurance or anything else has to be really careful about not letting it leak out. And therefore and it has to be accurate. Therefore, you have a right to look at it and get any mistakes fixed. But. Foot dragging, foot dragging, foot dragging. I don't want to. As we discussed earlier, there are some doctors who simply wanted to keep you captive. But there are also, the data was also handwritten garbage at times, just scribbles that were never intended to be read by anyone other than the person who wrote the note in the first place. Harry Glorikian: Well, but, you know, I'm not trying to necessarily defend or anything, but but, you know, as you found at Beth Israel Deaconess, and I talk about this in The Future You as well, part of the problem is most of these things that people look at as large electronic health record systems were are still are in my mind designed as accounting and billing systems, not to help the doctors or the patients. And that's still a major problem. I mean, I think until we have, you know, a Satya Nadella taking over Microsoft where he, you know, went down and started rewriting the code for Microsoft Office, you're not going to get to management of patients for the betterment of their health as opposed to let me make sure that I bill for that last Tylenol.Dave deBronkart: Absolutely. Well, and where I think this will end up, and I don't know if it'll be five years or 10 or 20, but where this will end up is, the system as it exists now is not sustainable as a platform for patient-centered care. The early stage that we're seeing now, there is an incredibly important software interface that's been developed in the last five or six years still going on called FHIR, F-H-I-R. Which is part of that final rule, all that. So all of our data increasingly in the next couple of years has to be available through an API. All right. So, yeah, using FHIR. And I've done some early work on collecting my own data from the different doctors in the hospitals I've gone to. And what you get what you get when you bring those all in, having told each of them your history and what medications you're on and so on, is you get the digital equivalent of a fax of all of that from all of them. That's not coordinated, right. The medication list from one hospital might not match even the structure, much less the content of the medication list. And here's where it gets tricky, because anybody who's ever tried to have any mistake fixed at a hospital, like "I discontinued that medicine two years ago," never mind something like, "No, I never had that diagnosis," it's a tedious process, tons of paperwork, and you've got to keep track of that because they so often take a long time to get them fixed. And I having been through something similar in graphic arts when desktop publishing took over decades ago. I really wonder, are we will we ultimately end up with all the hospitals getting their act together? Not bloody likely. All right. Or are we more likely to end up with you and me and all of us out here eventually collecting all the data and the big thing the apps will do is organize it, make sense of it. And here's a juicy thing. It will be able to automatically send off corrections back to the hospital that had the wrong information. And so I really think this will be autonomy enabled by the future, you holding your own like you are the master copy of your medical reality.Harry Glorikian: Yeah, I always you know, I always tell like what I like having as a longitudinal view of myself so that I can sort of see something happening before it happens. Right. I don't want to go in once the car is making noise. I like just I'd like to have the warning light go off early before it goes wrong. But. So you mentioned this, but do you have any are there any favorite examples of patient friendly systems or institutions that are doing data access correctly?Dave deBronkart: I don't want to finger any particular one as doing a great job, because I haven't studied it. Ok. I know there are apps, the one that I personally use, which doesn't yet give me a useful it gives me a pile of fax pages, but it does pull together all the data, it's it's not even an app, it's called My Patient Link. And anybody can get it. It's free. And as long as the hospitals you're using have this FHIR software interface, which they're all required to, by the way, but some still don't. As long as they do this, My Patient Link will go and pull it all together. Now it's still up to you to do anything with it. So we're just at the dawn of the age that I actually envisioned back in 2008 when I decided to do the Google Health thing and the world blew up in my face.Harry Glorikian: Yeah. I mean, I have access to my chart. And, you know, that's useful because I can go look at stuff, but I have to admit, and again, this is presentation and sort of making it easy to digest, but Seqster sort of puts it in a graphical format that's easier for me to sort of absorb. The information is the same. It's just how it gets communicated to me, which is half the problem. But but, you know, playing devil's advocate, how useful is the data in the charts, really? I mean, sometimes we talk as if our data is some kind of treasure trove of accurate, actionable data. But you've helped show that a lot of it could be, I don't want to say useless, but there's errors in it which technically could make it worse than useless. But how do you think about that when you when you think about this?Dave deBronkart: Very good. First note. First of all, you're right. It will...a lot of the actual consumer patient value will, and any time I think about that again, I think a lot of young adults, I think of parents taking care of a sick kid, you know, or middle aged people taking care of elders who have many declining conditions. Right. There's a ton of data that you really don't care about. All right, it's sort of it's like if you use anything like Quicken or Mint, you probably don't scrutinize every detail that's in there and look for obscure patterns or so on. But you want to know what's going on. And here's the thing. Where the details matter is when trouble hits. And what I guarantee we will see some time, I don't know if it'll be five years, 10, or 20, but I guarantee what we will see someday is apps or features within apps that are tuned to a specific problem. If my blood pressure is something I'm.... Six years ago my doctor said, dude, you're prediabetic, your A1C is too high. Well, that all of a sudden brings my focus on a small set of numbers. And it makes it really important for me to not just be tracking the numbers in the computer, but integrate it with my fitness watch and my diet app.Harry Glorikian: Right. Dave deBronkart: Yeah, I lost 30 pounds in a year. And then at the age of 65, I ran a mile for the first time in my life because my behavior changed. My behavior had changed to my benefit, not because of the doctor micromanaging me, but because I was all of a sudden more engaged in getting off my ass and doing something that was important to me.Harry Glorikian: well, Dave, you need to write a diet book, because I could use I could stand to lose like 10 or 20 pounds.Dave deBronkart: Well, no, I'm not writing any diet books. That's a project for another day. Harry Glorikian: That's it for this week's episode. Dave and I had a lot more to talk about, and we'll bring you the second part of the conversation in the next episode, two weeks from now.You can find past episodes of The Harry Glorikian Show and MoneyBall Medicine at my website, glorikian.com. Don't forget to go to Apple Podcasts to leave a rating and review for the show. You can find me on Twitter at hglorikian. And we always love it when listeners post about the show there, or on other social media. Thanks for listening, stay healthy, and be sure to tune in two weeks from now for our next interview. 

Batting Around Podcast
Gimme Strikes

Batting Around Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 43:37


Stephen gets stuck in the Wade Boggs statue at The Trop', the "Sister Cities" plan, Rays/Jays scandal, Joe West retiring?, a bad piece about Jeff Luehnow. Oh also this is our 50th episode which is pretty neat.

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends
Gimme the Hot Sauce Episode 48 Former Bull Thaddeus Young

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 91:11


Thaddeus Young is our special guest as we usher in a brand new NBA season. What is the ceiling for the Bulls' young players? Can the Bulls make the playoffs in a competitive Eastern Conference? and how did Thad survive his one season playing for Jim Boylen? Plus, we go through some of the top storylines around the league & Stacey unloads on the Bears' game plan for rookie QB Justin Fields. 

Radio Record
Record Party #142 (25-09-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 239:09


01. Jax Jones, Aura, Vize - I miss u (Record Mix) 02. Dr Kucho!, Gregor Salto, Oliver Heldens - Can't Stop Playing (Record Mix) 03. Shouse - Love Tonight (Record Mix) 04. Chris Lake, Armand Van Helden, Arthur Baker, Victor S - The Answer (Record Mix) 05. David Guetta, Sia - Titanium (Record Mix) 06. Max + Johann - Hotel Room Service (Record Mix) 07. Mk, Carla Monroe - 2AM (Record Mix) 08. Kelli-Leigh, Manyfew - Feelin' U (Record Mix) 09. Bodyrox, D Ramirez - Yeah Yeah (Record Mix) 10. Faruk Sabanci, Mingue - Your Call (Record Mix) 11. Kye, Sones - Flowers (Record Mix) 12. Gaullin, Tom Budin - Black Beatles (Record Mix) 13. Harddope, Nito-Onna - Not Gonna Get Us (Record Mix) 14. Ida Corr, Fedde Le Grand - Let Me Think About It (Record Mix) 15. Swanky Tunes - One Of Us (Record Mix) 16. Krystal Roxx - I Feel Ya (Record Mix) 17. Adam Lambert - Ghost Town (Record Mix) 18. Thomas Gold - Pump Up The Jam (Record Mix) 19. Lee Cabrera, Joe Stone - Shake It (Record Mix) 20. Imany, Ivan Spell, Daniel Magre - You Will Never Know (Record Mix) 21. Dvbbs, Gattuso, Alida - Leave The World Behind (Record Mix) 22. Sonny Fodera, Ella Eyre - Wired (Record Mix) 23. Bougenvilla, Jared Hiwat - Homeless (Record Mix) 24. Alan Walker, Georgia Ku - Don't You Hold Me Down (Record Mix) 25. Loud Luxury, Wav3Pop - Wasted (Record Mix) 26. Armin Van Buuren, Brennan Heart, Andreas Moe - All On Me (Record Mix) 27. Klaas, Moodygee - Hot N Cold (Record Mix) 28. Nelly Furtado, Quarterhead - All Good Things (Come To An End) (Record Mix) 29. Bingo Players, A-Trak, Phantoms - Cry (Record Mix) 30. Lilly Wood, Prick, Robin Schulz - Prayer In C (Record Mix) 31. Aritmiya, Lazy Cat - Bam Bam Bam (Record Mix) 32. Jess Bays, That Kind - Love We Had (Record Mix) 33. Moti - All the Love You Got (Record Mix) 34. Junona Boys, Nalyro - Don't Be (Record Mix) 35. Kungs - Never Going Home (Record Mix) 36. Ella Henderson, Sigala, Joel Corry - We Got Love (Record Mix) 37. Arno Cost - Cyan (Record Mix) 38. Calvin Harris, Tom Grennan - By Your Side (Record Mix) 39. Drama, Tensnake - Don't Hold Back (Record Mix) 40. John Martin, Tiesto, Dzeko & Torres - Anywhere for You (Record Mix) 41. Yves V - Echo (Record Mix) 42. Filv, Vallhee - Cheri, Cheri Lady (Record Mix) 43. Vize, Tokio Hotel - White Lies (Record Mix) 44. Nicky Romero, Vicetone, When We Are Wild - Let Me Feel (Record Mix) 45. Lost Found - Searching (Record Mix) 46. Cuebrick, Moestwanted, Melody Mane - Cry for You (Record Mix) 47. Mabel - Let Them Know (Record Mix) 48. Hugel, Stefy De Cicco, Hugo Cantarra, Nikol Apatini - 4 to the Floor (Record Mix) 49. Artlec - We'll Stay Together (Record Mix) 50. Dj Dimixer, Serge Legran, Murana, Harddope - It's a Fine Day (Record Mix) 51. Alok, Timmy Trumpet, La Vision - Underwater Love (Record Mix) 52. Galantis, David Guetta Little Mix - Heartbreak Anthem (Record Mix) 53. Avicii - Fade into Darkness (Record Mix) 54. Rasster, Kye Sones - Nirvana (Record Mix) 55. Voost, Koolkid - Taste Of Your Love (Record Mix) 56. David Guetta, Ne-Yo, Akon - Play Hard (Record Mix) 57. Ant Larock - Crazy (Record Mix) 58. Bodybangers - You Are Not Alone (Record Mix) 59. Becky Hill, Topic - My Heart Goes (La Di Da) (Record Mix) 60. Triticum - Bubble gum (Record Mix) 61. Travis Scott, Hvme - Goosebumps (Record Mix) 62. Lykke Li, The Magician - I Follow Rivers (Record Mix) 63. Jack Wins, Joe Stone - Light Up My Life (Record Mix) 64. Daft Punk, Capital People - One More Time (Record Mix) 65. Whiteout, Depdramez, Mitti - Now You're Gone (Record Mix) 66. Armin Van Buuren, Jake Reese - Need You Now (Record Mix) 67. Watermat, Kelli-Leigh, Bob Sinclar, The Cube Guys - Won't Stop (Record Mix) 68. Cassette - My Way (Record Mix) 69. Louis The Child, Icona Pop, East & Young - Weekend (Record Mix) 70. Ava Max - EveryTime I Cry (Record Mix) 71. Aevion - Galaxy Garden (Record Mix) 72. Le Pedre - Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) (Record Mix) 73. Ross Couch - Vibe (Record Mix) 74. Feder, Emmi - Blind (Record Mix) 75. Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, Dvbbs, Roy Woods - Too Much (Record Mix) 76. Calvin Harris, John Newman - Blame! (Record Mix) 77. Shane Codd, Charlotte Haining - Always On My Mind (Record Mix) 78. Zedd, Selena Gomez - I Want You To Know (Record Mix) 79. Laidback Luke, Tribbs, Bertie Scott - Whistle (Record Mix) 80. Paul Woolford, Amber Mark - Heat (Record Mix) 81. Oneil, Aize - I Can't Stop (Record Mix) 82. Junona Boys, Tribeat & Robert, Dayana - Sunny (Record Mix) 83. Matt Jadon - Hold Me Close (Record Mix) 84. Martin Solveig, Gta - Intoxicated (Record Mix) 85. Rompasso, Imanbek, Karma Child - 123 (Record Mix) 86. Oliver Heldens, Becky Hill - Gecko (Overdrive) (Record Mix) 87. Wh0, Zhana - Free (Record Mix) 88. Duke Dumont - Won't Look Back (Record Mix) 89. Bebe Rexha, Gorgon City - Sacrifice (Record Mix) 90. Noizu - Summer 91 (Looking Back) (Record Mix) 91. Tony Igy, Vicetone - Astronomia (Record Mix) 92. Arash, Helena, D. Anuchin, Vladkov - Angels Lullaby (Record Mix) 93. Elektrik Disko, Jolyon Petch - Tell Me Why (Record Mix) 94. Jax Jones, Years & Years, Vadim Adamov - Play (Record Mix) 95. Kungs, Stargate, Goldn - Be Right Here (Record Mix) 96. Newclaess, Keno - (I Just) Died in Your Arms (Record Mix) 97. Dastic - Think About U (Record Mix) 98. Harddope, Halvorsen - Heathens (Record Mix) 99. Low Steppa - Ricochet (Record Mix) 100. Robin Schulz, Erika Sirola - Speechless (Record Mix) 101. David Guetta, Kid Cudi - Memories (Record Mix) 102. Sonny Fodera, Just Kiddin, Lilly Ahlberg - Closer (Record Mix) 103. Atb, Topic, A7S - Your Love (9PM) (Record Mix) 104. Little Mix, Nathan Dawe, Mark Knight - No Time For Tears (Record Mix) 105. Lmfao, Lauren Bennett, Goonrock - Party Rock Anthem (Record Mix) 106. Avicii - Wake Me Up (Record Mix) 107. Alok - Body On My Mind (Record Mix) 108. Saison - Airs Graces (Record Mix) 109. Stefy De Cicco, Ben Hamilton, Martin Jensen - Day 'N' Nite (Record Mix) 110. Black Eyed Peas, Shakira, Twocolors - Girl Like Me (Record Mix) 111. Fredrik Ferrier, Crazy Cousinz - You (Record Mix) 112. C-Bool, Giang Pham - DJ Is Your Second Name (Record Mix) 113. Filatov & Karas - TechNoNo (Record Mix) 114. Martin Solveig, Ina Wroldsen - Places (Record Mix) 115. Timmy Trumpet, Smash Mouth - Camelot (Record Mix) 116. Alesso, Roy English - Cool (Record Mix) 117. Meduza, Dermot Kennedy - Paradise (Record Mix) 118. Jake Tarry, Tongue N Cheek - Nobody (Can Love Me) (Record Mix) 119. Laidback Luke, Gina Turner - Bae (Record Mix) 120. Gaullin, Tom Budin - Black Beatles (Record Mix) 121. Anton Powers, Joe Stone - Do Me Right (Record Mix) 122. Moonway - 2 Times (Record Mix) 123. Tiesto - The Business (Record Mix) 124. Sammy Porter, Mila Falls - Underneath My Skin (Record Mix) 125. Basstrologe, Voost - Somebody To Love (Record Mix) 126. Pascal Letoublon - Palm Springs (Record Mix) 127. Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding - Outside (Record Mix) 128. R3Hab, Jolin Tsai - Stars Align (Record Mix) 129. Mathieu Koss, Boris Way - Campfire (Record Mix) 130. Trfn, Siadou - Do It (Record Mix) 131. Victoria, Kohana Runstar - Desert Rose (Record Mix) 132. Hugel - Back To Life (Record Mix) 133. Sam Feldt, Hook N Sling - Open Your Eyes (Record Mix) 134. David Zowie - House Every Weekend (Record Mix) 135. Feder, Ofenbach, Dawty Music - Call Me Papi (Record Mix) 136. Weiss, Harry Romero - Where Do We Go (Record Mix) 137. Saint Jhn, Imanbek - Roses (Record Mix) 138. Frey - Tom's Diner (Record Mix) 139. Ps1, Alex Hosking - Fake Friends (Record Mix) 140. Robin Schulz, Francesco Yates - Sugar (Record Mix)

The Ringer NFL Show
Week 3 Preview: NFC Title Contenders Square Off, Herbert vs. Mahomes, and the Rest of the Week 3 Slate

The Ringer NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 71:00


Benjamin, Kaelen, and Steven start by discussing an important matchup in the NFC between the Buccaneers and the Rams (3:00). Then they discuss the AFC West battle between the Chargers and Chiefs. Then they move on to some other important games, like Packers-49ers and the Saints playing on the road against the Patriots (23:00). As always, they wrap up with Gimme a Reason and briefly talk about the rest of the Week 3 games (49:29). Hosts: Benjamin Solak, Kaelen Jones, and Steven Ruiz Producer: Christopher Sutton Production Assistant: Isaiah Blakely Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends
Gimme The Hot Sauce Episode 47 Oklahoma Legendary RB Marcus Dupree

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 49:29


Another Oklahoma legend joins the show this week. Marcus Dupree reflects on his amazing freshman season with the Sooners, his jump to the USFL & his friendship with Walter Payton.  Plus, Stacey takes a hard line on the Ben Simmons-76'ers stalemate & we look ahead to Justin Fields' 1st NFL start. And, as always, we promise you plenty of laughs!

The Smile Syndicate Music Hour
254. You’re A Ragged Mess, Miss Elizabeth

The Smile Syndicate Music Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 42:46


If there is such a thing as loving a podcast too much, I've never seen it. So don't feel bad about the intensity of feeling you have as prepare to listen to this, the latest episode of THE SMILE SYNDICATE MUSIC HOUR.  Jason and Miss Elizabeth report for duty happy as cats at a rocking chair bonfire. Funtime Comedy Capering and Funtime Musical Outpourings are on offer and we as listeners can only thrust forward our plates and screech “GIMME!” In a […]

Seriously Felicity
11: Gimme an O!

Seriously Felicity

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 102:49


Kristi and Michael leave their toothbrushes at Sean and Ben's, try to figure out Blair's present, and neglect to properly dispose of a dead Christmas tree.

Jerry’s World
Episode 2.18: Gimme All of the Takes

Jerry’s World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 99:28


Me and Jake discuss the upcoming Ryder Cup tournament between the US and Europe. We also discuss some takeaways after week 2 of the NFL season and give some hot or warm takes as well. We then talk about the upcoming Sabres training camp scenario involving Jack Eichel and also discuss the AL Wild Card scenario a bit

DJ Allure: The Sessions Podcast
Episode 83: SOUNDKANDI: September 2021 EDM Sessions

DJ Allure: The Sessions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 79:14


Updated 9.22.21 For Sound Leveling - eliminating the over bass. Long Hiatus of this Set returns... 01. When The Summer Dies02. It Gets Better03. 91104. Hot Foot05. Losing It06. Bad Habits07. Gimme  Luv08. The Shake09. Need10. Big G11. Witch Doctor12. Your Body13. Free14. Shaolin Dreams15. Lights on Me------Produced using the original program used to create the original SOUNDKANDI Sets. Up next: IMMERSION & Gratification Sessions as well as ANTHEMS. *Explicit

Sex In South Beach
095 – Gimme Some Sugar: Intimacy & Diabetes

Sex In South Beach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 14:47


Did you know over half of US adults have diabetes or are pre-diabetic? And it causes a lot of sex problems! Experts estimate that nearly 75% of men and 35% of women with diabetes experience some sort of sexual dysfunction. We gotta fix this, people! In today's show, your favorite sexologist schools us on diabetes in the bedroom. Press play for a little sugar as we dive into intimacy and diabetes. Have a sex question you're just burning to ask? Email sonjia@drsonjia.com for the chance to have your questions answered on the show! Like this episode? Awesome! Click here to subscribe to the podcast in iTunes! Also, if you have a spare moment, please (pretty please) leave an iTunes rating and review which helps other people discover the show! With your help sharing the show, we can create a world of sexually satisfied people – which means a world filled with peace, love, and HAPPINESS!

The Ringer NFL Show
Week 2 Preview: The Ravens Try to Upset the Chiefs, Bills Bounceback Game, and the Rest of the Week 2 Slate

The Ringer NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 88:11


Benjamin, Kaelen, and Steven start their preview of Week 2 by discussing their games of the week, including the AFC battle between Kansas City and Baltimore (2:20). Then they move on to some of the other intriguing matchups, such as Steelers-Raiders, Colts-Rams, and more (41:50). Then they wrap up with Gimme a Reason and discuss the rest of the games on the Week 2 slate (1:00:22). Hosts: Benjamin Solak, Kaelen Jones, Steven Ruiz Production Assistant: Isaiah Blakely Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends

We had a great time talking hoops with Oklahoma basketball coach Porter Moser, who shared some terrific stories about taking Loyola to the Final Four & his friendship with Sister Jean.  Plus, Stacey is definitely against the idea of an NBA in-season tournament & a story about former Bears safety Doug Plank we guarantee you haven't heard before!

Radio Record
Megamix by DJ Peretse #2364 (17-09-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 50:24


01.Vadim Adamov, Hardphol, Enjae – Come Along 02.Hayden James, Running Touch – Better Together 03.Giorgio Gee – Car Party 04.Audiosoulz – Dancefloor 05.Lan Walker, Isak – Sorry 06.Monoir Feat Brianna – Tsunami 07.Fred Again.. The Blessed Madonna – Marea (Weve Lost Dancing) 08.Chael – Don't Speak (Feat Kaii Amice Remix) 09.Rompasso – Take 10.Don Diablo, Keanu Silva – King Of My Castle 11.Ida Corr, Fedde Le Grand – Let Me Think About It 12.Saint Jhn, Imanbek – Roses 13.Saint Jhn – Roses (Imanbek Remix) 14.Fedde Le Grand, 22bullets – Bang Bang 15.Dj Quba, Ivondeep, Ida – Under 16.Dj Peretse, Jane Santiago – Billie Jean 17.Modern Clvb, Katana Angels, Dayana – On The Floor 18.Lowderz, Hugo Doche, 2gether – Drop It Low 19.Michele Morrone, R3hab – Hard For Me 20.Tones & I – Dance Monkey (Dj Noiz Remix) 21.Lost Frequencies – Are You With Me 22.Sofi Tukker – Batshit 23.The Black Eyed Peas, J Balvin – Ritmo (Bad Boys For Life) 24.Shouse – Love Tonight 25.Dvbbs, Gattuso, Alida – Leave The World Behind 26.Thomas Gold – Pump Up The Jam 27.Merdy – Speaker (The Bestseller Remix) 28.Rompasso, Imanbek, Karma Child – 123 29.Max, Johann – Hotel Room Service 30.Ava Max – My Head & My Heart (Dj Trojan Remix) 31.Black Eyed Peas, Twocolors – Girl Like Me 32.Martin Jensen, Amber Van Day, N.F.I – Can't Come To The Phone 33.Atb, Topic, A7s – Your Love (9pm Ramirez & Yudzhin Remix) 34.Kungs – Never Going Home 35.Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello – Senorita (Qodes Remix) 36.Laidback Luke, Tribbs, Bertie Scott – Whistle 37.Nelly Furtado, Quarterhead – All Good Things (Come To An End) 38.Vanotek, Denitia, Arroy. Sergey Raf – Someone 39.Burak Yeter – Just Wanna Know You (Summer 2.0) 40.Klaas, Moodygee – Hot N Cold 41.Capital Cities – Safe And Sound 42.Filatov & Karas – Technono 43.Bastard – F..K That 44.Ofenbach, Ella Henderson – Hurricane 45.Inna – Flashbacks (Frost Nitugal Remix) 46.Vinai – Touch 47.Filv, Vallhee – Cheri, Cheri Lady 48.Galwaro, Lizot, Gabry Ponte – Like A Prayer 49.Jason Derulo – Take You Dancing (R3hab Remix) 50.Victoria, Kohana Runstar – Desert Rose 51.Tim3bomb Tim Schou – Nothing Compares 2 U 52.Alan Walker, Georgia Ku – Don't You Hold Me Down 53.Gabry Ponte, Moti Feat. Mougleta – Oh La La 54.Amor – Children 55.Vinai – Touch 56.Cat Dealers, Swanky Tunes – Bring & Boy 57.Ashnikko – Tantrum 58.Tesher – Jalebi Baby (Amice Remix) 59.Arash, Helena, D. Anuchin, Vladkov – Angels Lullaby 60.David Guetta & Sia – Let's Love (Charlie Lane Remix) 61.Le Pedre – Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) 62.Jaova – So Far Away 63.Don Diablo, Jordan Mackampa – Through The Storm 64.Zenit – Noises In My Head 65.Hi Tack, Le Pedre, Consilium – Hot 66.Alok, Sofi Tukker, Inna – It Don't Matter 67.Alok, Daniel Blume – Rapture 68.Hafex – On My Way 69.Ilkay Sencan & Faruk Sabanci – All The Things She Said 70.Dynoro, Gigi D'agostino – In My Mind 71.Anthony Keyrouz – Love Yourself 72.R3hab X Gattuso – Creep 73.Twocolors – Lovefool 74.Nils Van Zandt, Julia Van Bergen – Million Miles 75.Slider & Magnit – Morze 76.Alfons, Galwaro – Watch You Die 77.David Guetta, Kid Cudi – Memories 78.Eqric, Narvent, Timmy Commerford – Let Me Love You 79.Klaas, Emmie Lee – Flashdance What A Feeling 80.Sick Individuals – All Of My Heart 81.Danny Avila – Searchlight 82.Yves V – Echo 83.Rita Ora, Imanbek – Bang Bang

Radio Record
Record Party #140 (11-09-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 248:46


01. Gaullin - Moonlight (Record Mix) 02. Calvin Harris, Sam Smith - Promises (Record Mix) 03. Jonas Blue, Dakota - Fast Car (Record Mix) 04. Feder, Alex Aiono - Lordly (Record Mix) 05. Fedde Le Grand - Rhythm of the Night! (Record Mix) 06. Le Pedre, Sexycools, Paolo Pellegrino - Million Voices (Record Mix) 07. Weiss, Harry Romero - Where Do We Go (Record Mix) 08. Becky Hill, David Guetta - Remember (Record Mix) 09. Shouse - Love Tonight (Record Mix) 10. Redondo, Shayee - Feeling Good (Record Mix) 11. Swedish House Mafia, Tinie Tempah - Miami 2 Ibiza (Record Mix) 12. Dubdogz, Cat Dealers - Good Good (Record Mix) 13. Martin Solveig, Ina Wroldsen - Places (Record Mix) 14. Bob Sinclar - World, Hold On (Record Mix) 15. R3Hab - Ones You Miss (Record Mix) 16. Anne-Marie, Ksi, Digital Farm Animals - Don't Play (Record Mix) 17. Jubel, Neimy, Tiesto - Dancing in the Moonlight (Record Mix) 18. Motivee, Julia Turano - Waiting for tonight (Record Mix) 19. Sondr, Ship Wrek - Stalker (Record Mix) 20. Chris Lake, Armand Van Helden, Arthur Baker, Victor S - The Answer (Record Mix) 21. Lunax, Mia Amare - Sweet Harmony (Record Mix) 22. David Zowie - House Every Weekend (Record Mix) 23. Ps1, Alex Hosking - Fake Friends (Record Mix) 24. Alok, Vize, Alida - Love Again (Record Mix) 25. Luca Debonaire, The Giver - Enough (Record Mix) 26. Imany, Ivan Spell, Daniel Magre - You Will Never Know (Record Mix) 27. Swanky Tunes - One Of Us (Record Mix) 28. Matt Jadon - Hold Me Close (Record Mix) 29. Lilly Wood, Prick, Robin Schulz - Prayer In C (Record Mix) 30. David Guetta, Mistajam, John Newman - If You Really Love Me (How Will I Know) (Record Mix) 31. Junior Caldera - Can't Fight This Feeling (Record Mix) 32. Maisie Peters, Joel Corry - Psycho (Record Mix) 33. Hugel - Back To Life (Record Mix) 34. Dynoro, Outwork, Mr. Gee. - Elektro (Record Mix) 35. Burak Yeter - Body Talks (Record Mix) 36. Axwell, Ingrosso, Salem Al Fakir, Vincent Pontare - Sun Is Shining (Record Mix) 37. Zzapnchriss, Deety - Crossfire (Record Mix) 38. Besomage, Bran - Careless Whisper (Record Mix) 39. Anton Powers, Joe Stone - Do Me Right (Record Mix) 40. Dj S.K.T, Rae - Take Me Away (Record Mix) 41. Rain Radio, Dj Craig Gorman - Talk About (Record Mix) 42. Junona Boys, Tribeat & Robert, Dayana - Sunny (Record Mix) 43. Nora En Pure, Redondo - I Got To Do (Record Mix) 44. Rompasso, Playmen - Together (Record Mix) 45. Armin Van Buuren, Dubvision, You - I Should Be Loving You (Record Mix) 46. Alex Gaudino - Destination Calabria (Record Mix) 47. Artlec - We'll Stay Together (Record Mix) 48. Wh0, Zhana - Free (Record Mix) 49. Travis Scott, Hvme - Goosebumps (Record Mix) 50. Lucas & Steve, Blackstreet - No Diggity (Record Mix) 51. Tiesto, Sneaky Sound System, Wolfgang Gartner - I Will Be Here (Record Mix) 52. Saison - Airs Graces (Record Mix) 53. Noize Generation, Stefy De Cicco - Faded (Record Mix) 54. Loud Luxury - Cold Feet (Record Mix) 55. Alok, Sofi Tukker, Inna - It Don't Matter (Record Mix) 56. Oliver Heldens, Riton, Vula - Turn Me On (Record Mix) 57. Fred Again.., The Blessed Madonna - Marea (Weve Lost Dancing) (Record Mix) 58. Sonny Fodera, Just Kiddin, Lilly Ahlberg - Closer (Record Mix) 59. Faruk Sabanci, Mingue - Your Call (Record Mix) 60. Triticum - Bubble gum (Record Mix) 61. Austins Groove - Hold You Now (Record Mix) 62. Meduza, Goodboys - Piece of Your Heart (Record Mix) 63. Oneil, Titov - No Stress (Record Mix) 64. Mathieu Koss, Boris Way - Campfire (Record Mix) 65. Junona Boys - Broken Angel (Record Mix) 66. Feder, Ofenbach, Dawty Music - Call Me Papi (Record Mix) 67. Jonas Blue, Leon - Hear Me Say (Record Mix) 68. Little Mix, Nathan Dawe, Mark Knight - No Time For Tears (Record Mix) 69. Cassette - My Way (Record Mix) 70. R3Hab, A Touch Of Class - All Around the World (La La La) (Record Mix) 71. Yves V - Echo (Record Mix) 72. Arash, Helena, D. Anuchin, Vladkov - Angels Lullaby (Record Mix) 73. Raye - Call on Me (Record Mix) 74. Hosh, 1979, Jalja, Slider & Magnit - Midnight (The Hanging Tree) (Record Mix) 75. Alan Walker, Georgia Ku - Don't You Hold Me Down (Record Mix) 76. David Guetta, Ne-Yo, Akon - Play Hard (Record Mix) 77. Gabry Ponte, Moti, Mougleta - Oh La La (Record Mix) 78. Alessandro - Goes Deeper (Record Mix) 79. New Hype - Love Again (Record Mix) 80. Max + Johann - Hotel Room Service (Record Mix) 81. Raffaella Papa - Let It Go (Record Mix) 82. Danny Avila, Ekko City - Bleeding Love (Record Mix) 83. Vinai - Touch (Record Mix) 84. C-Bool, Giang Pham - DJ Is Your Second Name (Record Mix) 85. Bissett - Every Single Time (Record Mix) 86. Don Diablo, Ar Co - Hot Air Balloon (Record Mix) 87. Klp, Stace Cadet - People Happy (Record Mix) 88. Lykke Li, The Magician - I Follow Rivers (Record Mix) 89. Foushee, Katana Angels - Deep End (Record Mix) 90. Martin Solveig, Gta - Intoxicated (Record Mix) 91. Ella Henderson, Sigala, Joel Corry - We Got Love (Record Mix) 92. Amfree, Ampris, Sway Gray - Trick Me (Record Mix) 93. Fredrik Ferrier, Crazy Cousinz - You (Record Mix) 94. David Guetta, Sam Martin - Lovers On The Sun (Record Mix) 95. Dj Quba, Sandra K, Dayana - Samba (Record Mix) 96. Noizu - Summer 91 (Looking Back) (Record Mix) 97. Going Deeper, Ritn - Don't Stop (Record Mix) 98. Le Pedre - Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) (Record Mix) 99. Sonny Fodera, Ella Eyre - Wired (Record Mix) 100. Moti - All the Love You Got (Record Mix) 101. Cannons, Tiesto - Fire for You (Record Mix) 102. Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits (Record Mix) 103. Sammy Porter, Mila Falls - Underneath My Skin (Record Mix) 104. 24Kgoldn, Imanbek - Valentino (Record Mix) 105. Infinity - Room 101 (Record Mix) 106. Tobtok, Fubu, Kate Wild, Tom Hall - Freak Like Me (Record Mix) 107. Slider & Magnit, Radio Killer - Sunwaves (Record Mix) 108. Oneil, Miscris - La La La (Record Mix) 109. Area21, Martin Garrix, Maejor - Lovin' Every Minute (Record Mix) 110. Paul Woolford, Amber Mark - Heat (Record Mix) 111. Adam K, Soha - Need to Feel Loved! (Record Mix) 112. Dvbbs, Gattuso, Alida - Leave The World Behind (Record Mix) 113. Just Kiddin - Won't Let You Down (Record Mix) 114. Giorgio Gee - Car Party (Record Mix) 115. Jax Jones, Aura, Vize - I miss u (Record Mix) 116. Sam Feldt, Hook N Sling - Open Your Eyes (Record Mix) 117. Torren Foot, Tinnie, L Devine - More Life (Record Mix) 118. Loud Luxury, Brando - Body (Record Mix) 119. Atb, Ben Samama - Like That (Record Mix) 120. Dave Spoon - Steels (Record Mix) 121. Jaova - Move Your Feet (Record Mix) 122. Bodybangers, Lotus - Yeah (Record Mix) 123. The Aston Shuffle, Liz Jai - Enough For You (Record Mix) 124. Katy Perry, Tiesto, Aitana - Resilient (Record Mix) 125. Junona Boys, Nalyro - Don't Be (Record Mix) 126. Edx - Roadkill (Record Mix) 127. Hafex - On My Way (Record Mix) 128. Klaas, Moodygee - Hot N Cold (Record Mix) 129. 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Galwaro, Lizot, Gabry Ponte - Like a Prayer (Record Mix)

The Vicious Syndicate Data Reaper Podcast
Episode 58: GIMME DA BRUTE

The Vicious Syndicate Data Reaper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 111:12


The post-Stealer meta has continued to develop and the first official report has a lot for us to expand on. Does Rod make Handlock OP? Is Garrote Rogue the highest skill cap deck ever? Can Zach do an accurate Feno impression? Tune in to find out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vicious-syndicate/support

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends

3-time Bulls champion Randy Brown joins the show with some great stories from his playing days & sets the record straight on his transition from the Bulls' front office to Fred Hoiberg's coaching staff. Plus, Stacey takes us behind the scenes of his White Sox broadcasting experience and sizes up the Bulls' roster as we get closer to training camp.

Intruder Green Podcast
Circus Rhapsody

Intruder Green Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 65:47


Circus Rhapsody are a literal cercus band. Sounds crazy, right? Who doesn't love cotton candy and popcorn at a punk show? Gimme gimme gimme! Crime stories with Intruder Green from pop punk band, Masked Intruder. Fun with friends from music and crimes. Photo and logo design by Bambi Guthrie Patreon.com/intrudergreen Intruder Green Call-In Line: 608-535-9608 www.intrudergreen.com Socials: @intrudergreen Sponsors: https://www.stupidradmerch.com/ https://www.yeahmansguitars.com/

Your Health At The Crossroads
Cured of Diabetes and Hypertension

Your Health At The Crossroads

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 4:58


**GIMME 5 MINUTES** I came across this old article I wrote about a guy who got rid of all of his medications for Type 2 Diabetes, Hypertension AND anxiety... https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/he-beat-diabetes-and-high-blood-pressure/ Our society encourages us to believe that such issues are lifelong and that they can only be 'managed.' But you might be surprised at how a properly cared-for body will respond. Do you believe you can get off of your medications? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Subscribe on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-your-health-at-the-29758459/ Subscribe on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/your-health-at-the-crossroads ------------ Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness ------------ Website https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/blog ****************************************************************************************************** For YouTube: Subscribe on iTunes: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva
9 - 7-21 GIMME A BEAT- ADAM AND APPLE

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 4:14


9 - 7-21 GIMME A BEAT- ADAM AND APPLE by Maine's Coast 93.1

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast
TV Guidance Counselor Episode 487: George Pasles

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 97:44


This week Ken welcomes VCR Party Live's resident gal Friday, and the lord of Overlord, George Pasles to the show. Ken and George discuss armpit hair, Philly, on set romances, Phantasm, cigarettes, storm chasers, original art, dirt bikes, pearls and oysters, Simon & Simon, Tales from the Darkside, Monsters, commandeering televisions after being dumped by your parents in a store, knowing things from Simpsons parodies, Joanna Kerns' Olympiad sister, Janet Jackson's Lethal Enforcers arcade cab, It's Your Move, blackface on Gimme a Break, Hardcore, Murder She Wrote and sports, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, John Carpenter, getting cable post high school, Bloopers vs Boners, sexual movies, Chip on Kate & Allie, bad paste ups, Jane Badler, Covenant of Evil, Dueling Danzas, Telma Hopkins world, Hiroshima Remembered, The Wall on network TV, Riptide, writing letters to Tom Bray, having a Commodore 64, Steel Collar Man, Charles Rocket, Rock N Roll Summer Action, NBC's Thursday Night Powerhouse Lineup, Skippy and Malorie trapped in a basement, Coach's learning songs on Cheers, the connection between Webster and The Golden Child, the beauty of Buckaroo Banzai, Dukes of Hazard, Knight Rider, The A-Team, shows re-using clips, Arsenio Hall, racist former game show hosts blocking Ken on Twitter, and the WONDER of Still the Beaver.

White Sox Talk Podcast
Gimme the hot sauce! Adam Amin and Stacey King are calling a White Sox game!

White Sox Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 47:48


Talk about a fun conversation. It's the Chicago Bulls broadcasting team of Adam Amin and Stacey King who are switching sports on Friday, calling the White Sox-Royals game on NBC Sports Chicago as subs for Jason Benetti and Steve Stone. Adam and Stacey came on the podcast to talk about their excitement of broadcasting a White Sox game, their on-air chemistry, how Chuck broke in Stacey as a broadcaster in 2004, which White Sox players would make great basketball players and vise versa, how Adam has recharged Stacey's career, their excitement for the Bulls and much more.(3:00) - Chuck and Stacey's first broadcast together(10:00) - The Bulls broadcast team getting to announce (20:00) - Bulls and Sox are both relevant at the same time(27:40) - Which player from the Bull would fit in the Sox lineup and which Sox would fit on the Bulls?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show
Celebrity Gossip 2- Britney's Dad Says "Gimme More"

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 12:32


Is DaBaby's latest apology finally sincere or just more damage control? Plus, Britney's dad might have agreed to step down in the conservatorship, but he's asking for a few things first.