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Golden Girls Podcast
Sis is A Boss!

Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 101:33


Tune in with your favorite Golden Girls as we talk about Young Thug & Gunna, Lala & Davinchi new relationship, Kevin Samuels and more! With special guest Porsha Woodruff owner of My Lady Aesthetics, LLC.

Black Girl Songbook
Donnie Simpson: The Golden Voice And R&B's Golden Girls | Chapter 32

Black Girl Songbook

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 65:18


This week, Danyel is joined by one of the most recognizable voices in music journalism, Donnie Simpson. He talks about his childhood— growing up in his mother's record store and his love for music, to George Clinton being the spark that turned his aspirations to radio. Simpson also talks about his iconic interviews with artists like Sade and Vesta Williams, to being a part of Janet Jackson's pre-show prayers on tour. Plus, Simpson gleams with joy as he talks about his deep friendship with Aretha Franklin, and what she meant to him.  Host: Danyel Smith Guest: Donnie Simpson Producers: Trudy Joseph and Donnie Beacham Guest Booking: Allyson Turner Story Consultant: Taj Rani Sound Design: DJ Steve Porter Production Supervision: Juliet Litman, Chelsea Stark Jones Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast
OOTL Presents The Golden Palace: S1E16 "Señor Stinky Learns Absolutely Nothing About Life"

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 61:07


H. Alan and Kerri watch The Golden Palace season 1 episode "Señor Stinky Learns Nothing Absolutely Nothing About Life," where they discuss H. Alan's obsession with Brad/Fred, Blanche's Hogwart's professor wardrobe, and how many players you need for a volleyball game. Listen on WhoHaha or wherever you get your podcasts, and for more Golden Girls greatness follow Out on the Lanai on Instagram (@outonthelanaiofficial), Twitter (@goldengirlspod), and Facebook (goldengirlspodcast). Stay Golden!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Indy Radio
Pilot Season: Episode 9 The Office "Pilot" (2005)

Indy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 59:39


On episode 9 the panel reviews the Pilot episode of the television comedy The Office which aired March 24, 2005, The show's stars Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, and B. J. Novak. Based on the 2001–2003 BBC series of the same name created by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, it was adapted for American television by Greg Daniels, 5/17/22 Hosts: Kinte https://www.instagram.com/kinteferger... Jen https://www.instagram.com/followingbl... Olaf https://www.instagram.com/olafbarbosa/ Renee https://www.instagram.com/rdcartbydes... Josh https://www.instagram.com/chittyjoshua/ Tory https://www.instagram.com/rushtory/ A documentary crew arrives at the Scranton, Pennsylvania, offices of Dunder Mifflin to observe the employees and learn about modern management. Regional manager Michael Scott (Steve Carell) tries to paint a happy picture in the face of potential downsizing from corporate. The office also gets new employee Ryan Howard (B. J. Novak) as a temporary worker, while salesman Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) pranks and antagonizes fellow salesman Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson), much to the enjoyment of receptionist Pam Beesly (Jenna Fischer). Pilot Season is a show where a panel rates and reviews the first episode of a television show drama or comedy. In season one reviews of such classics of Gilligan's Island, Get Smart and the Golden Girls will be review. As well as dramas such as Lost, The Practice and the Sopranos. The show is hosted by Kinte. the office, Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, B. J. Novak, Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant

Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast
Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast Season 5, Episode 13, “Mary Has a Little Lamb”

Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 45:04


Allen, Ski, and Brent recap and review Season 5, Episode 13, “Mary Has a Little Lamb."  Mary used to sell cookies, but now she gives them away.  Can Dorothy and Sophia help Mary reconcile with her father?  Will Blanche's prison pen pal come to turn their written fantasies into reality?  Has Dorothy been paying attention to Rose's stories all along?!? Listen now to find out! 

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley
5 Lessons On Retirement From The Golden Girls | Recap

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 6:06


It's Sunday, which means...it's recap time here on the Retirement Quick Tips Podcast This week the theme was: 5 Lessons On Retirement From The Golden Girls In case you missed any episodes, here's what I covered in each episode this week: Ain't Nothing Cheesecake and Conversation Can't Fix - discussing the importance of solid friendships Thinking Outside The Box To Live The Lifestyle You Desire in retirement Living The Single Life Is Likely b/c of death or divorce  Hobbies Are Important For Happiness In Retirement Don't Get Paralyzed By Life The most important takeaway from this week is:  Tomorrow, come on back because we're starting a brand new theme: Analyzing Your Tax Return Like A CPA. Now that tax season is behind us, most people just file away their tax return and move on. But if you do that, you could be missing some important opportunities to make better planning and investment decisions for your retirement. So dig up a copy of your tax return from 2021, because next week, I'll share with you a few key highlights from your tax return to pay attention to. Your tax return could point to tax-inefficient investing and missed opportunities, and we'll cover those next week.  Thank you so much for listening this week! If this podcast is valuable for you, please share the show with a friend, a neighbor, your brother, or co-worker who is getting close to retirement. Just go to your favorite podcasting app, hit the share icon, then text or email the show link to someone you know who is eyeing retirement.  Thanks for sharing the love and spreading the word. I hope you have a blessed Sunday. My name is Ashley Micciche, this is the Retirement Quick Tips Podcast. ---------- >>> Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2DI2LSP >>> Subscribe on Amazon Alexa: https://amzn.to/2xRKrCs >>> Visit the podcast page: https://truenorthra.com/podcast/  ---------- Tags: retirement, investing, money, finance, financial planning, retirement planning, saving money, personal finance

Thinking Out Loud with Sheldon MacLeod
Ann MacGregor on signing off

Thinking Out Loud with Sheldon MacLeod

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 16:52


She's been doing morning radio for most of the last two decades on her hometown station. And this week, Ann MacGregor signed off for the last time. She was the very first female morning host on CKEC before they switched over to the FM band and she continued on under new ownership. MacGregor is now reflecting on the time she's spent connecting with people across her home community of Pictou County in this role. And she shares why radio was something she was attracted to and answers the question, which of the Golden Girls is her favourite.

Film Saves World
Ep. 10 - Suanne Spoke - 'The Thing About Suanne...'

Film Saves World

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 99:32


We are SO excited to chat with the extraordinary, versatile actress Suanne Spoke! Suanne is magical, real AF, and hilarious. She has had an incredible career spanning over 36 years in Hollywood. We dive deep into her audition process and talk about what it was like filming her newest hit series ‘The Thing About Pam' with Renée Zellweger (based on the Dateline true crime story of Pam Hupp) - now on NBC, Peacock, and Hulu! Suanne's career highlights include sharing the stage with Oscar winner Troy Kotsur in  ‘Streetcar Named Desire' - for which she won the ovation for best actress (she has THREE ovation awards!). Her wonderful film with Kotsur 'Wild Prairie Rose' is now available on Amazon Prime. She was in the Oscar winning film ‘Whiplash' and shows such as ER, Station 19, Gilmore Girls, Seinfeld, 90210, The Golden Girls, Criminal Minds (and SO much more!). Suanne also has a passion for teaching acting to graduate film students at California Institute For The Arts. This episode is a real treat. Get out your notepad and pen, because this is a master's class in the art of acting from one of the most seasoned professionals in the business. Suanne could not be more genuine and delightful. We absolutely loved having her! Please SUBSCRIBE, drop a review, and share our podcast with your friends! Thanks!#WomenInFilm #SuanneSpoke #TheThingAboutPam #Peacock #Hulu #NBC #FollowYourPassion #Acting #Love #ActorsLife #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #MentalHealthMatters #NeverGiveUp #Goals 

Eating the Fantastic
Episode 171: John Appel

Eating the Fantastic

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 109:22


Join John Appel for a dry-aged burger as we discuss how pitching his debut novel as "Battlestar Galactica meets Golden Girls" got him an agent, why his background in table-top RPGs might be the reason he writes novels rather than short stories, how he deals with the "candy bar" scenes of his plots, the way critique groups and sensitivity readers can help make books better, how to juggle multiple viewpoints and still have them all be equally compelling, the political aspects of his novel which make it a different read than it would have been when it was first begun, his particular set of skills which helped bring fight scenes alive, and much more.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Mobile Home Parks: The Leader Affordable Housing

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 22:08


There's big money on mobile home parks, and our guest today definitely made millions in the space.   Frank Rolfe is an investor in mobile home parks for almost 30 years. Along with his business partner, they are the fifth-largest mobile home park owners in the United States. In this episode, Frank examines the changes in the mobile home park industry over the last three decades, including the increasing demand for affordable housing. He also tackles the differences between the mobile home and RV industry, and the current opportunities and challenges in the market.     [00:01 - 08:24] Mobile Home Parks Then and Now Frank discusses his background and how he was at the right place at the right time The changes in the industry over time Financing is easier and interest rates are historically low Demand for affordable housing is higher Lower production of mobile homes   [08:25 - 13:46] Why Don't We See More Mobile Home Parks? It's harder to buy mobile homes vs stick build The stigma surrounding mobile home parks Challenges with zoning and legislation Frank on what killed mobile home parks in the 50s and 60s   [13:47 - 21:12] Comparing the Mobile Home Park and RV Park Industries How PR and marketing made the RV business more successful Cities are more amenable to RV park developments The appeal of RV parks to boomers and millennials The impact of COVID   [21:13 - 22:07] Closing Segment Reach out to Frank!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “It's a basic fact of life. The average American has a horrible stigma against mobile home parks around the residence. And nobody wants a park to go up near where they live, or even a business they own.” - Frank Rolfe   “If you wanted to build one today, what you would have to do is you'd have to go way out in the countryside where there are no people to complain, where there are no zoning laws, and then you have no municipal water, no municipal, sewer, and no customers. So what's the purpose of building that?” - Frank Rolfe   “If you wanted to destroy all mobile home parks, it's simple. Just bring back mass prosperity. And then no one needs mobile, home parks, they just all go buy custom homes wherever they can… But I don't see that happening.” - Frank Rolfe   -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Frank! Head over to mhu.com for more mobile home info now!   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   Frank Rolfe  00:00 I fully understand why as a homeowner, you know, it's a basic fact of life. The average American has a horrible stigma against mobile home parks around the residence. And nobody wants a park to go up near where they live, or even a business they are. If you simply go to Zillow and look at the single-family home price next to a park, it's about half of what it is a block away. Same home, right?   Intro  00:21 Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big.     Sam Wilson  00:33 Frank Rolfe has been an investor in mobile home parks for almost 30 years and has owned and operated hundreds of mobile home parks during that time. He is currently ranked with his partner Dave Reynolds as the fifth largest mobile home park owner in the United States. Frank, welcome to the show.   Frank Rolfe  00:48 Hey, thanks for having me.   Sam Wilson  00:49 Pleasure is mine. Three questions I ask every guest who comes on the show: in 90 seconds or less, where did you start? Where are you now? How did you get there?   Frank Rolfe  00:55 Where did I start? I started off straight out of Stanford trying to do a business school application and back then you would start a business to have a good application. That's how I started my billboard company. So that was my early origins of being an entrepreneur. Where am I now? Well, I'm now I'm fifth-largest owner, with my partner, Dave Reynolds of mobile home parks in the United States. So you know, we've done a lot of scaling over the last 40 years of being in business for myself.   Sam Wilson  01:24 Yeah, that's absolutely fantastic. And the last question is, maybe we'll spend the rest of this episode talking about it. How did you get there?   Frank Rolfe  01:31 Basically, how I got there was working like an absolute maniac for most of the time. Obviously, having a good strategy, some businesses, you can expand and others you cannot. And then finally, just being outright lucky, because there's plenty of guys with more ability than I've got, who just were not in the right place at the right time.   Sam Wilson  01:50 Yeah, it's funny, I was talking, I was having dinner with some guys the other day, big finance guys. And somebody brought up that idea that some of it's just luck. It's just you beat in the right place at the right time. They're like, man, there's more truth to that than you realize that it's just you're desperate the right place the right time, and it worked out. So that's really interesting. The mobile home park and the RV park space has really changed here, I'd say in the last 10 to 15 years, it's gained a lot of attraction, a lot of attention from not just individual investors, but also, as you will know, from institutional investors, what have been the changes most dramatic and noticeable to you, and how has it impacted your business?   Frank Rolfe  02:31 Well, the biggest change, of course, has been financing, because when I got in at 25 years ago, in the mid-90s, you could not get back that. So every deal you tried to do the number one hurdle you had was getting financing. Banks hated that. Nobody liked it. And when normally you would end up with seller finance, you try to cobble together something with seller financing. And the sellers were amenable because they knew there was no bank debt. That's the one big shift today deals rarely go on bankable right back in the 90s. Everything was on bankable. So that's when Biggie the other one has been just the appetite for affordable housing. You know, we've said over the last nine quarters, each quarter, we broke the record of the prior quarter as far as sales. And what's going on is just the nation's housing industry has actually gotten nuts on pricing. And so we're producing houses at a price range of you know, in the 300,000s. And so there's so many people who cannot get into the housing market. It's insane. And while with our industry, you don't own both home and land, you do at least own home, and you have some land, unlike apartments. So we're kind of this crossover product between apartments, which don't give you that single-family home lifestyle at all. We're kind of like a step between that and actual normal, single-family.   Sam Wilson  03:44 What, so yeah, the bankability of things has changed. You know, the interest in the space too. I mean, cap rates in mobile home park, as far as I understand, I don't own any mobile home parks. From an outsider's view. It just looks like they just keep compressing. How are people finding value right now?   Frank Rolfe  04:00 Well, they're not really compressing, what they're doing is they're going down, but people are still having to buy a spread between the interest rate and the cap rate. Thanks for not nuts in our industry and office buildings, retail centers back in the day. People were doing crazy financing, right? Just 110%, LTV 1% interest. People have never on the lending side been that nutty. So you know, we have to get loans and to have loans, we have to have a 1.2x coverage ratio to the mortgage, a lot of bank stress test our mortgages, they'll say what happens if you lost 10% of your revenue? So what you're saying is interest rates are historically very low. Even today. They're at roughly 4% t many mobile home park deals. When I got into business they were at seven right so you know, it's not like in our industry that the cap rates are unsustainably whacked out, but the big difference has been that interest rates are low. Another factor is you know, in our industry, the big narrative is that our lot rents are crazy, stupid low. which when you even say that I get nothing but hate mail, but it's just a fact. And you know, our national mobile home park lot rent is 280 a month average apartments, I think it's 1600 a month, right? So our pricing is stupid. And institutional buyers are buying the stuff up, they're raising the rents up significantly because they're stupid. And because the rates cannot remain, I mean, most of these parks today at the current rates, you're better off just bulldozing them, there's a million uses for the land better than a mobile home park. So as institutional guys go in and drive the rents up, the banks and the appraisers have taken note how easy it would appear to be 100% occupied at 280 rent and still be 100% occupied at a 580 rent. So they're starting to factor in perhaps the first or second read increase into their appraised value. So that's the other phenomenon you're seeing. Because last time, when we buy a park, we're not even looking at mom and pops cap rate, because mom and pop is running that business so poorly. It's a joke, what the banks and the appraisers and sophisticated buyers are doing is looking at the raw material and what they can make out of it.   Sam Wilson  05:59 That's a really clear explanation. I think that makes a lot of sense, you know, that I hadn't really considered as How are you guys are seeing it through the bank, through the appraisers' eyes, versus, you know, maybe what mom and pop are putting together on it. Are you guys buying actively right now?   Frank Rolfe  06:14 Yes. We're always buying. We have periods in which we buy more than others. But we've never had a period in which we were not buying.   Sam Wilson  06:21 What does opportunity look like for you right now?   Frank Rolfe  06:24 Well, our tastes have changed significantly over the years, right? Both Dave and I, when we started out, we didn't start out together. We were actually competitors. In the old days, our deals were very, very rough and tumble what we'd call heavy-lift turnarounds. So I was buying parks that were often half-empty, totally screwed up, water leaks running down the streets, stuff like that. So as Dave. Today, because of our size, we're trying to do add on to our portfolio, what we call portfolio builders, which are nicer properties that help the overall value. But at the same time, we still do heavy lift turnarounds. Now the one style we're not as in tune with today, as you were before, are ones in which you have to do massive lot filling by bringing in homes. And that's because home prices have gone up nearly doubled during COVID. So while it was fun to fill lots and 30,000 homes, not as much fun at 60,000 a home.   Sam Wilson  07:13 Well, not only that, but I've also heard that finding homes is difficult.   Frank Rolfe  07:17 It's very, very hard right now, I don't think you'll ever go back to the old ways, to be honest with you. What happened was that, you know, manufacturing, it was 400,000 units back in the late 90s. Today, it's been about 100,000 units for, I don't know, the last 15 years. Nobody wants to step out and increase production. They easily could because the plants are only running one shift, and they could run three. So they typically produce seven floors a day, the average plant could produce 21 floors a day. But no one wants to take the gamble. Because half of all the mobile homes sold roughly it's estimated are park owners who are buying the homes to bring into their own parks. Right? And then the question is, how much longer will that go on before people get full? It's not like eating out where you might you have to eat out, you know, you eat daily, so maybe you'll eat out, you know, in perpetually a certain number of times a week. In our industry, once you fill a lot. That's it, it's over. So people just don't want to stick their neck out.   Sam Wilson  08:11 No, and I completely get that. That's very interesting. You would think, though, that there's still some old supply going offline at some point. I mean, obviously, there's gonna be some demand. But you're saying that there's going to be kind of a point where they've hit the wall and they can no longer keep up with runnings, three shifts a day.   Frank Rolfe  08:25 Yeah, well, right. Here's the problem, see, that the average American cannot buy a mobile home. If he walks right now into a mobile home dealership, you will find you have to have better credit and had worse or terms to buy a mobile home than the stick-built. Because the government stands behind and promotes the stick build industry. So they allow people to do these very, very low downpayment, all these different programs for first-time buyers and veterans and all this stuff. None of that exists in our space. So in our industry, you're looking at a high-interest rate a much larger percent down than single-family. And so you can't do it. And the only reason that homes get bought today, half of all home production is because the park owners backstop those loans, right. So if I bring in, you know, a $50,000 home, I don't cosign the note, but I guarantee the lender, if the person is foreclosed on, I won't charge lot rent, and I will go ahead and rehab the home at my own cost, and I will sell it at my own cost. And that's the only reason they will do it. And until the government wants to stand behind the industry and support it, which they've elected never to do, that will never change. If the government wanted to do that, which they easily could then you could see greater sales.   Sam Wilson  09:35 Right, that opens another can of worms, you probably won't go down that road. I'm thinking more along the lines of building new parks. Why aren't we seeing, I mean, maybe we'll ask that question differently. What is the challenge, outside of maybe the political challenge of building new parks, why don't we see other new parks coming online?   Frank Rolfe  09:52 Well, you never will. Okay. I mean, I've been in the business 25 years and I don't think in any given year you've seen more than 10 new parks ever build and about 100 torn down. So we've been depleting continuously. Here's the problem, and you can't blame the cities for it. I fully understand why as a homeowner, you know, it's a basic fact of life, the average American has a horrible stigma against mobile home parks around the residence. And nobody wants a park to go up near where they live, or even a business they own. If you simply go to Zillow and look at the single-family home price next to a park, it's about half of what it is a block away, same home, right? So the citizens go in an uproar if you try and build a new mobile home park, and of course, all their elected representatives on the city council, they're not wanting to get all the citizens to vote them all out over some stupid mobile home park. So they just will not grant the zoning, they haven't granted zoning in the United States from mobile home park in any significant amount since 1970. So it's been half a century now. And it's never going to change because it's a basic fundamental truth that you'd have to change the entire attitude of Americans towards trailer parks before you could achieve that. And that is never going to happen. No one is ever going to spend $100 billion in public relations money to achieve that. And that's why you won't see it. But even then, if you wanted to build one today, what you would have to do is you'd have to go way out in the countryside where there are no people to complain, where there are no zoning laws, and then you have no municipal water, no municipal, sewer, and no customers. So what's the purpose of building that? So that's the problem.   Sam Wilson  11:25 Yeah, absolutely. Are there any other headwinds that come to mind? I mean, in its own right depleting supply is good for you, as a park owner, that the value of the park goes up. It's bad for the end-user in the sense that we are once again losing more affordable housing, and not replacing it or building new. So that's bad for the end-user. Other headwinds in the mobile home park space that you can think of?   Frank Rolfe  11:50 Well, you know, what killed the mobile home parks before back in their heyday, which was in the 50s and 60s. What killed it was mass prosperity when people off suddenly got rich, and they all moved out, right? So you had that period in America, which is hard to even remember back that far, but I was alive during that period. When America was doing really well. And every year, people were making more money. And as people became more affluent, they were buying homes and subdivisions. And everything was great. When you were born, if you were ever back in the 60s, the atmosphere in America was very, very much different. We were really rolling at that time. And so the question is to defeat affordable housing, if you wanted to destroy all mobile, home parks, it's simple. Just bring back mass prosperity. And then no one needs mobile, home parks, they just all go buy custom homes wherever they can, build, you know, half a million, million whatever on the golf course, you know. But I don't see that happening. That would be the single biggest event that would kill the industry off. The only other items you have circulating around in some of the blue states, you have rent control. People talk about it frequently. Remember that in the entire United States, only one state has statewide rent control, and that's Oregon. So you know, the credit score is 49 no one yes, you've got four or five other states that allow it on a city by city basis. But you know, it's not a red state phenomenon. But if you have a mobile home park in a blue state, they seem to threaten that every year. They never pass it because they have no desire to ever pass it. Because the folks that run the government are all being subsidized by a whole lot of folks who do a lot of real estate ownership and development. So they're not really going to say, hey, I'll give you my big political contribution, despite the fact you screwed me over with rent control. I don't see that really happening. So no, you know, I don't really see any big headwinds to the industry. But then again, you know, America is so screwed up at this point. Every day is a new headwind. So who knows? Who knows where we'll be by the end of the day.   Sam Wilson  13:44 Right. Well said, Tell me about the RV parks because you guys are also well-known RV park owners. I know you kind of lump the two together for our listeners, maybe can you tell us why you lump them together? And then is there a difference?   Frank Rolfe  13:59 Yeah, sure. Well, you have to lump them together, because remember that they were all the same family up through the 1960s. So it was all called the trailer industry. You had trailer park, and you had a travel trailer? Yeah. And it was all trailer right. And what happened was a trailer manufacturer called Selby had a customer who wanted an even fancier, more expensive travel trailer. And they called up the state of Ohio and they said, Is there any way I could build this guy, an even bigger travel trailer? And the state said, Yeah, you know what, we'll let you go up to additional feet and width, but he can't pull it with his car, they'll have to pull it with a commercial vehicle. And that was the start of the industry splitting. Because what happened was people who wanted to not move their travel trailer frequently but wanted to have something bigger that became the mobile home whereas the traditional RV, person came to travel with shelter. The biggest difference in the industry be honest with you is the amazing job the RV industry has done with public relations, contrasted to the terrible job of mobile home park the industry has. So the Go RVing campaign is considered one of the most successful marketing campaigns in American history. The average American scores RV is very, very high in status and in satisfaction. So it's such a night and day difference. It's like you have two brothers one goes off to win the Heisman Trophy, be elected president and the other brother ends up you know, dropping out of junior college and becomes a sanitary engineer, even though they were the same industry at one time. So when you deal with RV, it's a luxury product, it's more of a classy customer. And it is something that everyone loves, right? Just as everyone hates trailer park, mobile home parks, they love RV parks. So it's a different kind of business. Now, the main problem you have is that RV is in fact a business. Whereas mobile home parks is very, very static. People never move around, they sit there, an average tendency is 14 years. They pay rent, you fix it when the utility pipes break. But an RV is like going into a restaurant, right? It's much more active. So you have to have customer service. And if you don't, they'll just go down the street to somebody who does. So that's the key difference. There's a risk profile difference between the two. A lot of lenders do offset that. They'll set the cap rate two points higher on RV than mobile home park because they want that extra comfort. And if you're lousy operator, even though you screw up, you can still cover the mortgage. Whereas mobile home park, you know, our managers or their worst manager ever, we probably won't lose any customers will probably have property condition issues, maybe a couple of collections problems. But an RV park with a bad manager can just wipe your RV park out.   Sam Wilson  16:38 Right? Absolutely. We've seen some incredible tailwinds in the RV space here just with deliveries in 2020, 2021. And then, you know, 2022, projected deliveries are just through the roof. Where do you see, and I think there's a unique thing that I've seen in the RV park industry is that people or cities are amenable to RV park development. So where do you see that going? Does this just peter out when people get tired of the pandemic and finally try to put that behind us? Or do we actually had, does that have runway?   Frank Rolfe  17:08 Well, you know, for a long time people thought RVs were not going to be a long-term thing because the majority of RV owners were baby boomers, my generation. And what they thought was going to spur it on the greatness would be a burst as you have the, you know, there's 10,000 boomers retiring today. I mean, I'm 61. So next year would technically be my where I would retire if I was at a normal job.So but what came out of nowhere that they did not anticipate was the millennials. Millennials are now as bigger bigger buyer of RVs than the Boomers were right. And that was a, I think you have to tie that to the phenomenal success of the Go RVing campaign. They were doing like, you know, all those Monster Energy extreme events, they were marketing it those way back then they had real foresight, whoever was running that marketing, they knew what they were doing. They didn't just focus on boomers, they could have just only promoted programs that appeal to boomers, right, like the Golden Girls or you know, golf tournaments. But no, they went after deliberately went after millennials and all of their most edgy millennial stuff. And as a result, they score very highly with them. And they are now half or more of all RV sales, right? So you have all these young people with RVs now and so that's what's given the industry a whole new life, because I didn't see that one coming, nor did anyone that was gift from the Gods. And then of course, the other part was COVID. I mean, let's be honest, COVID is one of the best things that ever happened to the RV industry, right? What happened was people now want to be outdoors. Some people have never been outdoors before. They never, they want to go somewhere without a mask. People said, Oh, well, you can walk around without a mask. They're like, Oh, holy smokes, man. I've never been outdoors before, what the heck, I like that. And also people now just don't like being around other people's nastiness. They don't want to go to hotels and stuff because they don't know who slept in the bed or who coughed on the remote. And so when they are in an RV, they feel like they have that safety from germs and strangers and all that. So I don't really see that going away. You know, the one part of the industry that someone will have to come to a conclusion with at some point is that, you know, a lot of people prefer retiring and living in RVs over mobile homes because of that stigma issue, which you'll never solve. So and I myself know, I know a college professor who recently sold his house, like a half a million-dollar house, and bought an RV. Okay, it's a single guy. And he just decided to sell everything and retire and bank the whole thing and just live in his RV. He would have never lived in a mobile home in a million years. He could never, culturally stigma, survive that but he can. The problem is a lot of cities, the RVs are not allowed to remain more than a certain number of days. Right? So those people end up in this nomadic existence. So what you need is kind of a hybrid, you need an RV park that you can retire in and live permanently. And that's going to be the real challenge. When cities grant these RV permits. Traditionally, they won't allow anyone to be there more than a certain number of days. And they do that live really because they are afraid if they do you know, there's an underworld RV of these kinds of nomadic freaky people who grew up around the river and they don't want them, right? Well, you don't want the guy that was living under the bridge down by the river, right? That's not your goal. So that's the real missing piece right now. And then the same goes with tiny homes, right? tiny homes can't go on traditional mobile home blocks, they don't have the HUD seal. So what happens is, you know, you see them on TV, but there's nowhere to put them right. And again, so that's the missing piece. And so I think at some point in the movie, maybe in the next five years, 10 years, 20 years, people will figure all this out, and maybe cities will allow what would be more of an upscale retirement kind of community that allows for tiny homes and things do not have HUD seal and yet don't have to move frequently. I think that's the only missing piece the industry has.    Sam Wilson  20:51 Yeah, that's really interesting. I had not even considered that side of the equation before. But yeah, that is really interesting. I mean, a lot of what we're seeing in the RV park space is in the long term tenant, though, when you get outside of those city regulations, of course, I mean, you have people that park their RV and leave them there for 12 months and come in every other weekend, have a good time. Really, really intriguing. Frank, thank you for taking the time to come on today and talk about mobile home parks and RV parks, certainly a blast. I've enjoyed it, learned a ton about both sides of the business. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you and what you guys are doing, what is the best way to do that?   Frank Rolfe  21:27 Well, the best way to find my writings and all by different things just go to mhu.com just the letters M-H-U.com. You'll find so much more you can handle.   Sam Wilson  21:39 Frank, thank you again. I do appreciate it.    Frank Rolfe  21:41 You bet. Thanks a lot.    Sam Wilson  21:42 Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen, if you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories so appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.  

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley
Hobbies Are Important For Happiness In Retirement

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 3:02


The theme this week on the Retirement Quick Tips Podcast is: 5 Lessons On Retirement From The Golden Girls Today's lesson from the golden girls is: Hobbies are important for happiness in retirement. The Golden Girls led very active retirements, and maintained fulfilling hobbies.  They were always involved in charity events, especially Rose (Betty White's character), who according to Golden Girls Wiki “Rose was arguably the most involved in charity work. She drove a bookmobile, was a candy striper at a hospital, and helped organize a charity talent show, among other things. She listed cheese making as a hobby on her resume, as well.” Both Blache and Dorothy had part-time jobs. Dorothy worked as a tutor, using her former teaching skills in her part-time work, and Blacnhe worked at the museum. All 4 golden girls led very active retirements, which is really important for longevity, mental fitness, and physical health in retirement, according to research. So we all can learn a little something from the Golden Girls. Because it was a show and not real life, your interests are likely to be more limited than theirs, but having at least a couple of hobbies, volunteering your time, and having at least one hobby or activity that you can share with friends is critical for a fulfilling and happy retirement.  That's it for today. Thanks for listening! My name is Ashley Micciche and this is the Retirement Quick Tips podcast.  ---------- >>> Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2DI2LSP >>> Subscribe on Amazon Alexa: https://amzn.to/2xRKrCs >>> Visit the podcast page: https://truenorthra.com/podcast/  ---------- Tags: retirement, investing, money, finance, financial planning, retirement planning, saving money, personal finance

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley
Living The Single Life Is Likely

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 3:53


The theme this week on the Retirement Quick Tips Podcast is: 5 Lessons On Retirement From The Golden Girls Today's lesson from the golden girls is: Living the single life is likely. All the Golden Girls were either widows or divorced and it's likely that you may face the same situation in retirement. Would it shock you to know that The average age of widowhood is 59 years old, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and many widows could go on to live another few decades after the death of their spouses. Many of you listening are older than 59, and living life in retirement that differs from our original plans is something that most people push out of their mind as soon as the thought bubbles up.  In my own practice, I have many, many clients who are single in retirement because of a death of a spouse or a divorce. One of my favorite clients died a couple years ago. She lived into her 90s but was a widow for 40 years prior to her death. She managed just fine, but knowing how to manage the family finances without the help of your spouse is essential.  The Golden Girls certainly had their struggles because they had to navigate their retirement years as single people, but it's an important thing to plan for. If you're married and your spouse died or became disabled today, would you be able to pick up the pieces and be okay financially? What would you need to do differently or what skills would you need to learn to be able to function better on your own?  I know it's tough to think about if you're married, but it's important.  That's it for today. Thanks for listening! My name is Ashley Micciche and this is the Retirement Quick Tips podcast.  --------- >>> Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2DI2LSP >>> Subscribe on Amazon Alexa: https://amzn.to/2xRKrCs >>> Visit the podcast page: https://truenorthra.com/podcast/  ---------- Tags: retirement, investing, money, finance, financial planning, retirement planning, saving money, personal finance

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast
OOTL Presents The Golden Palace: S1E15 "Heartbreak Hotel"

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 63:52


H. Alan and Kerri watch The Golden Palace season 1 episode "Heartbreak Hotel," where they discuss The Hague Convention, the messiness of opening a baked potato with your tongue, and their own experiences with choosing a man over a friend. Listen on WhoHaha or wherever you get your podcasts, and for more Golden Girls greatness follow Out on the Lanai on Instagram (@outonthelanaiofficial), Twitter (@goldengirlspod), and Facebook (goldengirlspodcast). Stay Golden!Click here for Jon's Go Fund Me.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley
Think Outside The Box To Live The Lifestyle You Desire

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 2:59


The theme this week on the Retirement Quick Tips Podcast is: 5 Lessons On Retirement From The Golden Girls Today's lesson from the golden girls is: Think outside the box to live the lifestyle you desire. The Golden Girls moved in together so they could all afford to live in their house in Miami, which if my memory is correct, Blache owned the house, put out an ad for roommates, and that's how the show got started. Then Dorothy's mom, Sophia moved in after her retirement home, shady pines, burned down.  There's a lesson to be learned from this in that sometimes living the lifestyle you desire in retirement requires some creativity. The golden girls could have never afforded that nice one-level, 4-bedroom house in Miami on their own. Buy pooling their expenses, they could afford to live in that beautiful house with all of that rattan furniture and bold 80s florals. So how might you also need to Think Outside The Box To Live The Lifestyle You Desire? Moving in together to spread out the expenses - GG did this Vacationing with friends Working part-time Working longer That's it for today. Thanks for listening! My name is Ashley Micciche and this is the Retirement Quick Tips podcast.  ---------- >>> Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2DI2LSP >>> Subscribe on Amazon Alexa: https://amzn.to/2xRKrCs >>> Visit the podcast page: https://truenorthra.com/podcast/  ---------- Tags: retirement, investing, money, finance, financial planning, retirement planning, saving money, personal finance

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley
Ain't Nothing Cheesecake and Conversation Can't Fix

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 5:05


The theme this week on the Retirement Quick Tips Podcast is: 5 Lessons On Retirement From The Golden Girls Today's lesson from the golden girls is: There ain't nothing that cheesecake and conversation can't fix. If you watched the Golden girls, you'll remember that in most episodes, there was a crisis that was usually solved late at night at the kitchen table with some cheesecake and talking it out.  What does this have to do with your retirement? A lot actually, because it speaks to the importance of friendships and how important friendships are at all stages of life, but especially in retirement. The Golden Girls always had each other, even when their lives were chaotic and when they experienced loss and heartache. Last October, I covered a podcast theme on the topic of the 3 things you need to get right for a happy, meaningful, and fulfilling retirement.  What are those 3 things? Money, Health, and Relationships.  And the kind of relationships that bring the most happiness in retirement, according to research, are friendships and your relationship with your spouse. It's very easy to become socially isolated in retirement and that's a big reason why many retirees become bored and depressed in retirement and find that it's not all they hoped it would be.  When you lose the natural social interactions and friendships that develop in the workplace, you have to become more intentional about cultivating friendships in retirement. Maybe this is spending more time with friends you already have, or making new friends. Retirement allows you to focus more on the things you enjoy doing, so whether you're into golf, travel, cars, or gardening, try to find ways to enjoy your hobbies with others, or at least make an effort to regularly get coffee or go out to lunch or dinner with friends.  According to Michael Finke (Fink-a), professor of wealth management at the American College of Financial Services and one of the researchers involved in this study, “The retiree's job is to invest in the inputs that are actually going to result in the output of greater life satisfaction,” Cultivating friendships is work. If you're willing to put in the investment of time it takes, it will lead to more fulfillment and enjoyment in your retirement years, and more time spent around the table with a cheesecake, and those you hold most dear.  That's it for today. Thanks for listening! My name is Ashley Micciche and this is the Retirement Quick Tips podcast.  ---------- >>> Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2DI2LSP >>> Subscribe on Amazon Alexa: https://amzn.to/2xRKrCs >>> Visit the podcast page: https://truenorthra.com/podcast/  ---------- Tags: retirement, investing, money, finance, financial planning, retirement planning, saving money, personal finance

Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast
Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast Season 5, Episode 12, “Have Yourself a Very Little Christmas”

Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 70:08


Allen, Ski, and Brent recap and review Season 5, Episode 12, “Have Yourself a Very Little Christmas."  Can the Girls spread Christmas cheer by serving the needy or will Stan sink to a new low?  Will Dorothy score the last Batman hat using whatever means necessary?  Who will get the highly prized yodeling lessons?!?  Listen now to find out! 

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley
5 Lessons On Retirement From The Golden Girls

One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 4:03


Welcome to a new week here on the Retirement Quick Tips podcast. I'm your host Ashley Micciche, co-owner of True North Retirement Advisors, an independent financial advisory practice managing $340 million in client assets. I'm a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor, and I started this podcast because I love helping people just like you gain clarity and make a plan for the retirement you envision.  The theme this week on the podcast is: 5 Lessons On Retirement From The Golden Girls Inspiration for this week's podcast is one of my favorite Golden Girls episodes which interestingly enough have 2 separate lessons for retirement in just this one episode:  You're never too old to find love again, and  When the social security administration sends you checks, just keep on cashing them.  In this particular episode, Blanche tries to lure men by placing a fake ad in the paper trying to sell a Mercedes. Meanwhile, Dorothy discovers Sophia is hoarding Social Security money, thanks to a computer error. Sophia received over $100,000 in extra social security checks, and then just starts pulling out wads of cash, and tipping the delivery boy, saying “here's a president you've never seen”.  So this week, we'll talk about… I hope what I have to share with you this week will help you make smart and thoughtful decisions with your retirement. And while I am careful to not lead you astray, personal finance is not an exact science. There is no one-size-fits-all solution for everyone, so I encourage you to disregard anything I say that may not be helpful for you, and to consult your own financial, tax, and legal advisors regarding your own individual situation.  That's it for today. Thanks for listening! My name is Ashley Micciche...and this is the Retirement Quick Tips podcast. ---------- >>> Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2DI2LSP >>> Subscribe on Amazon Alexa: https://amzn.to/2xRKrCs >>> Visit the podcast page: https://truenorthra.com/podcast/  ---------- Tags: retirement, investing, money, finance, financial planning, retirement planning, saving money, personal finance

Enough Wicker: Intellectualizing the Golden Girls
Episodes 103 & 104: Chronic Illness, Dismissive Doctors, Sleep Deprivation and A Bag of S̶u̶n̶s̶h̶i̶n̶e̶ Egg Yolks

Enough Wicker: Intellectualizing the Golden Girls

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 49:57


We're up and running in Season 5! In the two-part season premiere, we find Dorothy, an otherwise healthy woman whose only medical woes were once digesting raw vegetables and a cracking jaw, feeling exhausted, sick, and frustrated that no doctor seems to believe she has a real, medical problem. This storyline represents Susan Harris, the creator of The Golden Girls, and her own struggle to get doctors to believe her Chronic Fatigue Syndrome was not a 100% tiptop mental problem. Meanwhile, Blanche decides she must publish a Great Southern Novel™, even if that means not sleeping for days and hallucinating "little balls of sunshine in a bag." An ace of an episode to start the fifth season of the greatest television show of all time, The Golden Girls.

Golden Girls Podcast
You Got It Sis!

Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 91:20


Join us as we talk about overcoming your obstacles with your favorite Golden Girls and your favorite plus size model @OThatsBritBrat

Low Profile with Markly Morrison
Episode 10: 54. David Liebe Hart

Low Profile with Markly Morrison

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 54:44


 Today's featured guest is none other than actor, comedian, puppeteer, singer/songwriter, alien expert and all-around entertainer DAVID LIEBE HART. David is probably best known for his work on the TV show “Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job,” where he contributed original songs, puppetry and character acting. But he has been in show business for most of his life, with roles on the Golden Girls, Wings, his own show “The Junior Christian Science Bible Lesson Program,” and more recently, “I Love David” on Adult Swim. He's also a prolific recording artist, with dozens of albums to his credit including collaborations with outsider legends like Jad Fair and Kool Keith. I spoke with David from his home in Los Angeles about his new album “The Wonderful World About Pigs, Horses, Clowns and Especially Dolly Parton,” his true Hollywood stories, grievances, and right off the bat, extra terrestrials.The portrait for this episode was painted by Nathan Berko-Gibson @portablediskoThe cookies for this episode were provided by @alfajoresolympiaLow Profile is supported by you at patreon.com/lowprofile as well as in-kind support from @3magbrewing @old_schoolpizzeria @schwartzsolympia @rainydayolympia and San Francisco Street Bakery. The unedited tape for this episode will be available through patreon.com/lowprofile Find all things DLH at artbyliebehart.comThanks to director Nic Collins for the live clip at the beginning of this show!www.lowprofilepodcast.com

Slay Out Loud
067. If you're grieving and finding it hard to breathe, this is for you.

Slay Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 16:00


Mother's Day is quickly approaching and this holiday brings up so many mixed emotions. With every holiday celebration, there is a holiday grief and today I want to validate and honor your grieving process. No matter what or whom you are grieving, this episode will inspire you and comfort you. This episode is sponsored by Organifi. Use code "JERAKAH" at checkout to save on all the yummy superfood combinations. The book that was referenced can be found here. Join our texting community by sending the word "PODCAST" to (607)364-8560 Support this show by becoming a Golden Girl or shopping our Amazon Storefront.

Tread Perilously
Tread Perilously -- The Golden Girls: Empty Nests

Tread Perilously

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 97:31


Tread Perilously begins a month of backdoor pilots with The Golden Girls episode "Empty Nests" -- the first attempt to launch Empty Nest. When Renee, the girls' neighbor, begins to lean on them more and more after her daughter moves away to college, Rose suggests she has empty nest syndrome and Dorothy suggests Renee should tell her husband, George, that she's lonely. Back at their house, we discover George is a particularly busy general practitioner and Renee has a brother with Dissociative Identity Disorder. We also learn they have a pesky neighbor named Oliver who is too obnoxious to live. But will it all spell a series we want to watch? Erik and Justin note a certain "first draft" element to the writing. They also agree on the film Go. Justin takes a strong stance on backdoor pilots. Erik offers a hot take on Cowboy Bebop. The pair stump for Cobb Vanth yet again. Rita Moreno continues to be a show all-star while David Leisure proves to be the opposite. Erik's attempt at a Robert Redford impression ends up decidedly Shatnerian. Favorite Golden Girls lines are referenced. Bea Arthur's neutral expression provides some much-needed laughs. Erik tries to recall the actual Empty Nest and blames Odoacer for the disappearance of the pixie cut.

CAMESHIAREVIEWS
Ready to love potomac reunion “golden girls” #readytolove #CAMESHIAREVIEWS

CAMESHIAREVIEWS

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 9:02


Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast
OOTL Presents The Golden Palace: S1E14 "Runaways"

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 73:01


H. Alan and Kerri watch The Golden Palace season 1 episode "Runaways," where they discuss their obsession with the Mime Guy, how many words you can fit on a pen, and their disappointment with Oliver's half-assed send-off. Listen on WhoHaha or wherever you get your podcasts, and for more Golden Girls greatness follow Out on the Lanai on Instagram (@outonthelanaiofficial), Twitter (@goldengirlspod), and Facebook (goldengirlspodcast). Stay Golden!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Indy Radio
Pilot Season: Episode 8 The X-Files Pilot (1993)

Indy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 67:37


On episode 8 the panel reviews the Pilot episode of the television drama The X-Files which aired September 10, 1993, The show's stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. created by Chris Carter. 5/3/22 Hosts: Kinte https://www.instagram.com/kinteferger... Jen https://www.instagram.com/followingbl... Olaf https://www.instagram.com/olafbarbosa/ Renee https://www.instagram.com/rdcartbydes... Josh https://www.instagram.com/chittyjoshua/ Tory https://www.instagram.com/rushtory/ Pilot The agents' first case takes them to Oregon to investigate the unsolved murders of several high-school classmates. `Spooky' Mulder believes they have been experimented on by aliens. Pilot Season is a show where a panel rates and reviews the first episode of a television show drama or comedy. In season one reviews of such classics of Gilligan's Island, Get Smart and the Golden Girls will be review. As well as dramas such as Lost, The Practice and the Sopranos. The show is hosted by Kinte. The X-Files, David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Chris Carter

Indy Radio
Pilot Season: Episode 7 Married... With Children (1987)

Indy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 59:36


On episode 7 the panel reviews the Pilot episode of the television comedy The Married... With Children which aired April 5, 1987, The show's stars Ed O'Neill, Christina Applegate, David Faustino, Amanda Bearse and Katey Sagal. created by Michael G. Moye and Ron Leavitt. 5/3/22 Hosts: Kinte https://www.instagram.com/kinteferger... Jen https://www.instagram.com/followingbl... Olaf https://www.instagram.com/olafbarbosa/ Renee https://www.instagram.com/rdcartbydes... Josh https://www.instagram.com/chittyjoshua/ Tory https://www.instagram.com/rushtory/ Introducing the Bundy family. Al and Peggy don't have many friends. They decide to get to know their new neighbors, Steve and Marcy Rhoades, a charming and no-fuss couple who they are at first very taken with. Pilot Season is a show where a panel rates and reviews the first episode of a television show drama or comedy. In season one reviews of such classics of Gilligan's Island, Get Smart and the Golden Girls will be review. As well as dramas such as Lost, The Practice and the Sopranos. The show is hosted by Kinte. Married with Children, Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate, David Faustino, Amanda Bearse

Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast
Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast Season 5, Episode 11, “Ebb Tide”

Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 62:08


Allen, Ski, and Brent recap and review Season 5, Episode 11, “Ebb Tide."  How will Blanche handle the news that Big Daddy has passed away?  Will Sophia open up a successful B&B while Blanche is away?  Can Dorothy help Blanche mend her relationship with Virginia?  Is anyone consoling the Widow Spencer?!?  Listen now to find out! 

Watford FC Official Club Podcast
Inside The Hive | Filippo Galli, Andria Georgiou & Amber-Keegan Stobbs In The Studio! | 28/04/2022

Watford FC Official Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 68:14


Filippo Galli features as a special guest live from Italy on this week's edition of Inside The Hive, to discuss his time in yellow and answer supporters' questions alongside host Michael Kurn and Watford legend Tommy Mooney.Also appearing in the studio are Watford FC Women players Andria Georgiou and Amber-Keegan Stobbs, who look ahead to their crucial final-day match against Coventry United at Vicarage Road on Sunday, with a point enough to ensure FA Women's Championship safety for the Golden Girls.HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON! 

Slay Out Loud
065. Wanting to grow as a woman but feel stuck? You have to STOP doing these things!

Slay Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 17:53


In episode 65 we are talking about things we need to STOP doing in order to grow and evolve into the best versions of ourselves. You are going to want to grab a pen and paper or open up that notes app for this one! Today's episode is sponsored by Organifi. Learn all about their superfood blends and supplements and try my favorites (Green juice which doesn't taste like wet grass, Chocolate Gold which tastes almost like a butterfinger and Harmony which is great for that time of the month). Code "JERAKAH" at checkout will save you 20% Support this show by becoming a Golden Girl! Join our Text Community by sending a text to 607-364-8560

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast
Special Episode - Golden Con: Thank You For Being a Fan

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 40:03


On this very special episode of Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast, H. Alan Scott tells Kerri Doherty all about Golden Con: Thank You For Being a Fan, which took place in Chicago, IL between April 22-24, 2022. If you couldn't be there, THIS is the episode to listen to to hear all about it! Look for more about Golden Con on our social channels, listed below. Listen on WhoHaha or wherever you get your podcasts, and for more Golden Girls greatness follow Out on the Lanai on Instagram (@outonthelanaiofficial), Twitter (@goldengirlspod), and Facebook (goldengirlspodcast). Follow Sadie Pines too on Instagram & Twitter. Stay Golden!SPONSORS:Zencastr - Get 30% off with promo code STAYGOLDENSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Socially Awkward with Evan Wecksell
Tiffany Meldal-Johnsen – Ep133

Socially Awkward with Evan Wecksell

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 62:37


Tiffany Meldal-Johnsen, recently relocated to Vashon Island in Washington State, joins Evan to discuss everything TV and movies from past to present. Tiffany and Evan rattle through The Gary Shandling Show, Golden Girls, Seinfeld, Friends, Ted Lasso, Curb Your Enthusiasm and so much more. Which shows were Tiffany’s favorites? Which were she never a fan […] The post Tiffany Meldal-Johnsen – Ep133 appeared first on Evan Wecksell.

Indy Radio
Pilot Season: Episode 6 Twin Peaks "Northwest Passage"

Indy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 79:26


On episode 6 the panel reviews the Pilot episode of the television drama Twin Peaks which aired April 8, 1990, The show's ensemble cast features Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean, Sheryl Lee), and Lara Flynn Boyle. created by Mark Frost and David Lynch. 4/26/22 Hosts: Kinte https://www.instagram.com/kinteferger... Jen https://www.instagram.com/followingbl... Olaf https://www.instagram.com/olafbarbosa/ Renee https://www.instagram.com/rdcartbydes... Josh https://www.instagram.com/chittyjoshua/ Tory https://www.instagram.com/rushtory/ "Northwest Passage" In February 1989 in Twin Peaks, Washington, homecoming queen Laura Palmer is discovered murdered near a riverbank. Soon after, Laura's classmate Ronette Pulaski is found beaten in a fugue state, prompting idiosyncratic FBI Agent Dale Cooper to travel to Twin Peaks to assist Sheriff Harry S. Truman in the investigation. Finding a piece of paper under Laura's fingernail bearing the letter "R", Cooper suspects a serial killer responsible for a similar murder one year earlier may have struck again. Discerning from Laura's diary and her best friend Donna Hayward that Laura was having an affair and was a cocaine addict, Cooper suspects more sinister goings-on in Twin Peaks than meet the eye. Truman arrests Laura's boyfriend, Bobby Briggs, who is having an affair with married woman Shelly Johnson. Deputies Andy Brennan and Tommy "Hawk" Hill discover the crime scene: an abandoned railway car containing half a locket and "Fire walk with me" written in blood. Overhearing her parents talking with Truman, Donna realizes that James Hurley, Laura's secret lover, has the other half of the locket and persuades him to bury it. Laura's mother Sarah Palmer has a nightmare depicting an unseen figure unearthing the locket. original airdate April 8, 1990 Pilot Season is a show where a panel rates and reviews the first episode of a television show drama or comedy. In season one reviews of such classics of Gilligan's Island, Get Smart and the Golden Girls will be review. As well as dramas such as Lost, The Practice and the Sopranos. The show is hosted by Kinte.

Indy Radio
Pilot Season: Episode 5 The Golden Girls 'The Engagement'

Indy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 82:22


On episode 5 the panel reviews the Pilot episode of the television comedy The Golden Girls which aired September 14, 1985, The show's ensemble cast features Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty. created by Susan Harris 4/26/22 Hosts: Kinte https://www.instagram.com/kinteferger... Jen https://www.instagram.com/followingbl... Olaf https://www.instagram.com/olafbarbosa/ Renee https://www.instagram.com/rdcartbydes... Josh https://www.instagram.com/chittyjoshua/ Tory https://www.instagram.com/rushtory/ "The Engagement" Blanche's latest boyfriend, Harry, proposes marriage to her, and gets Rose to worrying about where she will live, considering Blanche owns the house that they all live in. Meanwhile, Dorothy's mother's retirement home, Shady Pines, burns down, prompting Sophia to move into their house. original airdate September 14, 1985 Pilot Season is a show where a panel rates and reviews the first episode of a television show drama or comedy. In season one reviews of such classics of Gilligan's Island, Get Smart and the Golden Girls will be review. As well as dramas such as Lost, The Practice and the Sopranos. The show is hosted by Kinte.

No Title As Of Now Podcast
Episode 87 | Thank You For Being A Friend

No Title As Of Now Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 40:32


The Mark Our Words Podcast is hosted by Christopher Wesley & Moses. Two friends who sit around and discuss thought provoking topics that interest them. Join them every Tuesday as they let you into their conversations. . . This episode, we discuss how we maintain our friendships as adults. We also discuss those friendships that fizzle out. AND MORE!!! . .

Crush Fictionally
Golden Girls, Lily Tomlin, and Stella's Groove (ft. Joy Brunson)

Crush Fictionally

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 88:52


At Crush Fictionally, we firmly believe two things: age ain't nuthin but a number and timing is everything. On our new episode we are joined by the lovely and charming Joy Brunson – actress, acting coach (The Joy of Acting), and new best pal. We bask in the glory that is Joy as she brings the perfect energy along with her insightful perspective to this episode. The three of us discuss how women are perceived and received based on their age, what life experience has actually taught us, and that shirking society's imposed expectations can be extremely liberating. With Joy's help, we have a whole new outlook on life. So pack your bags, call up your friend who will support your life decisions, and take a much deserved trip over to our latest episode. We guarantee a great time! Aging like a fine wine and capturing our hearts this week: Stella (Angela Bassett) of How Stella Got Her Groove Back, *all* of THE Golden Girls (Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Betty White, and Estelle Getty) of (dramatic pause) The Golden Girls, and Frankie Bergstein (Lily Tomlin) of Grace and Frankie.

Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast
Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast Season 5, Episode 10, “All That Jazz”

Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 33:39


Allen, Ski, and Brent recap and review Season 5, Episode 10, “All That Jazz."  Michael is back, but is that a good thing?  Can Dorothy turn Michael around before his life gets too far off course?  Will Rose run herself into the ground trying to please her boss, Enrique Mas?  Who's fault is it if our episode is too short?!?  Listen now to find out! 

Mark 2.0 Podcast
Derek McGrath- The actor everyone knows from all the biggest shows.

Mark 2.0 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 65:15


Sit back and enjoy, Derek McGrath has been in so many of TVs biggest hit shows with recurring roles on such blockbuster hits as Cheers, Dallas, The Golden Girls, Newhart, Growing Pains. Star of My Secret Identity, and Doc. His more recent credits include Kim's Convenience, The Good Doctor and too many to list them all. He might even have been involved in Blood Brothers, We're not quite sure on that one though. Here is his IMDb page so you can check out the many shows and films he has been in. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0569787/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 

Golden Girls Podcast

Join your favorite Golden Girls as we talk about Lizzo's airport outfit, Zaya Wade's new boo, Erica Banks adressing Nicki Minaj and more with our special guest Emily Rucker (Founder of Waist Bead Envy). Follow us on Instagram at @GoldenGirlsGroup.org for everything golden!!

Slay Out Loud
063. Health scare & life update

Slay Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 20:25


Today's episode is sponsored by Organifi. Learn all about their superfood blends and supplements and try my favorites (Green juice which doesn't taste like wet grass, Chocolate Gold which tastes almost like a butterfinger and Harmony which is great for that time of the month). Code "JERAKAH" at checkout will save you 20% Shoutout to my Golden Girls for pledging to support this show! Join our Text Community by sending a text to 607-364-8560

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast
OOTL Presents The Golden Palace: S1E13 "Rose and Fern"

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 69:55


H. Alan and Kerri watch The Golden Palace season 1 episode "Rose and Fern," where they discuss Tik Tok chickens, what a cow wedding looks like, and if they'd ever host an ex's wedding. Listen on WhoHaha or wherever you get your podcasts, and for more Golden Girls greatness follow Out on the Lanai on Instagram (@outonthelanaiofficial), Twitter (@goldengirlspod), and Facebook (goldengirlspodcast). Stay Golden!SPONSORS:Zencastr - Get 30% off with promo code STAYGOLDENSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Midlife Schmidlife
Brave, Bold, and Badass with Grace Howes

Midlife Schmidlife

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 47:47


We are kicking off a new series, "Reclaiming Midlife." The concept was inspired by a meme I saw on Facebook - It's of the Golden Girls side by side with the characters of the Sex in the City reboot, And Just Like That. The meme lets us know that both shows' characters are the same age. Head to the show notes to see the meme. My mind started swirling around when I saw this. First, there was disbelief. Then, there was shock and horror. Then, finally, there was an acceptance that we've come a long way, baby! But also how we still have a long way to go.  And I believe that the journey of reclaiming starts with ourselves. And reclaiming midlife is both literal and figurative - why do we have such an aversion to the word "midlife?" This podcast is midlife Schmidlfie, all based on what the term implies. And figuratively, how are you choosing to show up during this time? Are we embracing who we are now? Or are we living in the past? When was the last time you asked yourself what's important to you now? Are you settling into a career that no longer suits you? Have you dreamed of having more in your life - only to feel guilty? It's time we claimed this time in our lives! And hey, I'm always open to a new word to describe where we are, so if you have any suggestions, please let me know! And speaking of reclaiming, I have another podcast suggestion for you! The concept of a woman "circling the drain" conjures up negative imagery for some. But for the hosts of Circling the Drain Podcast, they've heard this phrase used so many times about perimenopause, menopause, and the plight of the aging woman that they've chosen to reclaim and repurpose the term in the spirit of humor. Co-hosts and longtime friends Ellie and Julia take a deep dive into the sometimes embarrassing, often hilarious, and always bewildering issues of hormonal changes in midlife. Through honest accounts, thoughtful interviews, and group panel discussions, their mission is to make you chuckle, nod your head in recognition, and hopefully make some scientific progress! Their episode from March 30th, My Face is Falling, is with a board-certified family nurse practitioner and certified aesthetic nurse specialist. Their convo is all about botox, injectables, and filler. I learned so much! And it shifted my view of what I'm willing to explore for myself. The best part? I laughed my ass off the whole time while listening.  Tune into Circling the Drain Podcast, every other Wednesday. Wherever you get your podcasts. Seriously, be sure to go and subscribe.  Now back to Midlife Schmildfte, my guest for today's show is Grace Howes. Grace and I have many similar life experiences and do identical work supporting women over 40 with their business mindset. And I've been very fortunate to know Grace through the Courageous Living Coach Certification. So we've even met in person! And our conversation in today's show makes it feel like yesterday. In fact, we were just talking about reclaiming midlife, and neither of us realized we had started the podcast conversation! So it's a good thing; I had hit the record button early.  Grace believes that women can achieve anything at any time and that her age should never be a factor. It was only in her early 40s after she started her 1st business when she realized that JOY was hers to have (she always thought she needed permission). However, that doubt didn't need to be her constant sidekick. You can find Grace on Instagram and Facebook at @kgracehowes. And since recording this conversation, Grace started her podcast for women in biz, Brave, Bold, and Badass. Here are ways you can connect with her: https://www.kgracehowes.com/podcast https://www.instagram.com/kgracehowes/ Are you ready to reclaim midlife? Let's drop into the conversation that I had with Grace. 

Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast
Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast Season 5, Episode 9, “Comedy of Errors”

Sophia's Choice, a Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 51:27


Allen, Ski, and Brent recap and review Season 5, Episode 9, “Comedy of Errors."  Can Dorothy complete her lifelong dream of performing stand-up comedy?  Can Blanche use her feminine wiles to avoid paying the IRS?  Will Rose convince Roger to be her friend?  Has Brent rhymed his way to the best recap ever?!?  Listen now to find out! 

Down and Off
Episode 6 - Golden Girls Kylene Spanbauer & Ella McDaniel

Down and Off

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 59:32


Basketball season now behind us, behind schedule co-hosts John and Tim are out with an overdue episode, having the privilege to talk with Golden Girls Kylene Spanbauer and Ella McDaniel. They talk about their year together, the unique situation of having two Golden Girls on the field, working together and with Amanda, Kylene's past years, Ella's future, and a little roasting of Dr. Bush.Speaking of, please don't forget to like and subscribe to the Hawkeye Marching Band on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, any and all social media platforms!As always, send feedback to iowaalumniband@gmail.com, "Like" the "Down and Off Podcast" page on Facebook, and follow the us on Twitter @DownAndOffPod. #OnIowa #GoHawks 

Slay Out Loud
062. {PEP TALK} You want more peace in your life? STOP DOING THIS!

Slay Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 11:05


This Pep Talk is for sure going to light a fire under your booty! Today's episode is sponsored by Organifi. Learn all about their superfood blends and supplements and try my favorites (Green juice which doesn't taste like wet grass, Chocolate Gold which tastes almost like a butterfinger and Harmony which is great for that time of the month). Code "JERAKAH" at checkout will save you 20% Support this show by becoming a Golden Girl! Join our Text Community by sending a text to 607-364-8560

Yeah, We Said It
Breast Friends: A Very Titillating Episode with My Sister

Yeah, We Said It

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 61:47


For the past week, Emma has been in Chicago helping her sister recover from breast reduction surgery as well as nanny her niece and nephew. Best friends since birth, the Golden Girls spent Emma's last night sitting down to record a conversation about everything pregnancy, postpartum, breast reduction and recovery, childhood, the evolution of their sisterhood, and a lot more. Tears were shed, jokes were made, and laughter was loud. Please enjoy this very special episode—it may be her breast one yet! Follow EMMASTHING on Instagram Follow That's What E Said on Instagram Check out EMMASTHING.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thats-what-e-said/support

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast
OOTL Presents The Golden Palace: Special Fan Episode with Eliot Glazer & Alaska Thunderfuck

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 52:21


This week we're talking about our favorite episodes of The Golden Palace that we've watched so far, hear from a few very special guests, and answer some of your amazing fan questions! Oh, and special guests Eliot Glazer and Alaska Thunderfuck share their thoughts about ‘The Golden Palace' thus far. Listen on WhoHaha or wherever you get your podcasts, and for more Golden Girls greatness follow Out on the Lanai on Instagram (@outonthelanaiofficial), Twitter (@goldengirlspod), and Facebook (goldengirlspodcast). Stay Golden!SPONSORS:Zencastr - Get 30% off with promo code STAYGOLDENSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast
Golden Girls Convention (April 22-24) in Chicago!

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 23:05


The Golden Girls Convention is officially happening and we're so, so, so excited!! Today H. Alan Scott/Sadie Pines spoke with the organizers of the Golden Girls Con! Zack, Brad, and Brendan talked about how it all started and what fans can expect. For tickets, visit ThankYouForBeingAFan.com. The Golden Girls Convention will take place at Chicago's Navy Pier on April 22, 23, and 24th! Oh… and Sadie Pines will be there!!!! Get your tickets today. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Homophilia
Gregory Bonsignore

Homophilia

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 63:14


There will be no talk of The Slap in this episode. However, there will be talk of Dave's trip to a billionaire's private island. And this week's guest Gregory Bonsignore brings a short reading of his new book That's Betty, and a deep examination of our Golden Girls fascination, and the show's contribution to queer culture. Everyone shares stories of the first person they came out to, and who's keeping up with their exes. Pull the cheesecake out of the fridge and join us on the lanai.

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast
OOTL Presents The Golden Palace: S1E12 "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Less Like Christmas"

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 58:46


H. Alan and Kerri watch The Golden Palace season 1 episode "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Less Like Christmas,” where they discuss their favorite versions of A Christmas Carol, Roland's ab routine, and Kerri's unfortunate history with "A Very Brady Christmas." Listen on WhoHaha or wherever you get your podcasts, and for more Golden Girls greatness follow Out on the Lanai on Instagram (@outonthelanaiofficial), Twitter (@goldengirlspod), and Facebook (goldengirlspodcast). Stay Golden!SPONSORS:Zencastr - Get 30% off with promo code STAYGOLDENSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Let's Go To Court!
208: Easter Sunday Massacre

Let's Go To Court!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 100:11


Brandi really outdid herself this week by covering the most horrifying crime… ever??? James Urban Ruppert had a rough life. As he grew into adulthood, his struggles continued. He couldn't hold a job. He couldn't maintain relationships. He had paranoid delusions. That all came to a head on Easter Sunday of 1975, when his entire extended family celebrated the holiday at his mother's house. Also, please cue the Golden Girls theme song for Brandi. She told our only case this week so that Kristin could spend time with her grandma. And now for a note about our process. For each episode, Kristin reads a bunch of articles, then spits them back out in her very limited vocabulary. Brandi copies and pastes from the best sources on the web. And sometimes Wikipedia. (No shade, Wikipedia. We love you.) We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the real experts who covered these cases. In this episode, Brandi pulled from: “The 1975 Easter massacre: Uncle Jimmy Ruppert kills his family” by David J. Krajicek, New York Daily News “CRIME HUNTER: Easter Sunday massacre of Ohio family stunned U.S.” by Brad Hunter, Toronto Sun “James Ruppert” murderpedia.org “Easter Sunday Massacre” wikipedia.org “Mother, Brother Among James Ruppert's Victims” by John R. Clark, The Cincinnati Enquirer “Grandmother Still Haunted By Memory” by Janet C. Wetzel, The Cincinnati Enquirer “Parole Hearing Not Due Til 95” by John R. Clark, The Cincinnati Enquirer “Officials Share Bitter Memories Of Ritter Case” by John R. Clark, The Cincinnati Enquirer “Ruppert Chronology” The Cincinnati Enquirer “Living in a murder house: Hamilton mom copes with her home's dark past” by Maxim Alter, WCPO 9 News YOU'RE STILL READING? My, my, my, you skeezy scunch! You must be hungry for more! We'd offer you some sausage brunch, but that gets messy. So how about you head over to our Patreon instead? (patreon.com/lgtcpodcast). At the $5 level, you'll get 30+ full length bonus episodes, plus access to our 90's style chat room!