The world is ending. We're all going to die. To be more specific, right wing people are potentially going to be allowed to say whatever they want on Twitter. Dancing is just harmless fun, right? Wrong. Dancing will put you in a nursing home at the age of 30. You know, GOOD TIMES right!? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stranded on an unfamiliar planet, Space Rangers Buzz Lightyear and Alisha Hawthorne work together with their team of dedicated engineers and scientists to find a way back home. When a series of test flights strands Buzz about 60 years into the future, he must find new allies and overcome an invading threat on the planet from the mysterious Zurg empire. In today's episode, I review the newest film in the Toy Story canon, Lightyear. Does this spin-off live up to the quality that Pixar is known for? What exactly is the Summer of Good Times? Listen and find out! Other titles discussed: Toy Story series, The Cuphead Show, Hustle, Grave of the Fireflies Follow the show on social media for future updates, and let me know what you think about the show or what titles you'd want to be reviewed in future episodes. Be sure to also send in your own mini-reviews, and thank you for your time! INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/thatsmyqueuepodcast TWITTER https://twitter.com/queuepodcast THEME SONG "Capture Soul" by J1K from the "School Daze" beat tape https://j1kmusic.bandcamp.com/album/school-daze REVIEW TRANSCRIPT https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HxxiBTjYlW6hc7EuCzyBE1kWgXZYwyvCtfhwf8iKXoU/edit?usp=sharing --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christian-ang6/support
As human beings, we live our lives mostly alone and with our immediate family around us. This can be good for most of us, but it's undeniable that sometimes there is the need for something bigger, like a community that can support us in moments of need. We are never alone, there is always a community out ready to help us if we look around us. As the world is becoming bigger and bigger, relying on our community is what will make us stronger and ready to face everything life will bring to us. Today's guest, Fatima Djelmane Rodriguez, will tell us how she started working in the nonprofit sector, what it's like to be a woman CEO and what the goal of the Ronald McDonald House of Charities of SoCal is. Fatima Djelmane Rodriguez is a native Angelino raised in the San Gabriel Valley. She attended Ramona Convent Secondary School, earned her BA in Communications from USC's Annenberg School for Communication, and her MA from the University of Texas at Austin's Radio, Television, and Film program. Upon graduating from UT Austin, Fatima began her search for work in the nonprofit sector. Devoted to community service, Fatima wanted to work for a grassroots organization focused on community building and empowerment. Her search led her to Proyecto Pastoral where she was employed for nearly eight years. Fatima then transitioned to work for Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times in January 2013. She was drawn to their mission of building healthier lives for children with cancer and their families. Fatima was promoted to CEO and assumed the position on January 18th, 2022. She's excited to be at the helm of RMHCSC, with a deep passion for the organization's mission and deepening our impact throughout Southern California. Some Questions I Ask:What was your aspiration? (5.54)At what point did you decide you wanted to become a CEO? (23.50)What's next for Ronald McDonald House of Charities of SoCal? (32.12) In This Episode You Will Learn: From college to no profits (8.38)How Fatima started working at Ronald McDonald House of Charities (21.14)Ronald McDonald House of Charities' mission (36.00) Connect with Fatima Djelmane Rodriguez: LinkedInInstagramRonald McDonald House of Charities of SoCalGet InvolvedLet's Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne website See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode Tim and Jason fan boy over this amazing new hidden gem Studio 666 featuring the band Foo Fighters in a new Horror Comedy Thriller. OH, Boy was this a fun movie to watch. Legendary rock band Foo Fighters move into an Encino mansion steeped in grisly rock and roll history to record their much anticipated 10th album. Where To Find Us: https://linktr.ee/BanterBros
Mainstream hip hop burst onto the scene with "Rapper's Delight" by the Sugarhill Gang in 1979, but hip hop's roots go deeper than that into 70s music. Hip hop godfathers Gil Scott-Heron and James Brown helped pave the way for rap and hip hop to become a commercial success, as did Chic with their funky disco smash, "Good Times" in 1979. There is some irony in "Good Times" being liberally "borrowed" by Sugarhill Records for "Rapper's Delight" as it was disco's (and Chic's) last big hit, while it was just the beginning of what was to come for hip hop. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/amy-lively/message
My mother's family has been having a family reunion on the first Sunday in May for well over 100 years (West and Elmore families in north Florida and southeast Alabama). The earliest memories of any trip I have were to this reunion. In the 1960s the reunions were held at Uncle Wiley's and Aunt Sadie's. They had a farm outside Altha, Florida, about 30 miles from our home. At this time in my life 30 miles was a major trip. The farm was on a ridge on the edge of the Chipola River valley. If we stayed late enough we...Article Link
Fuego en la Pista de Baile, los éxitos y las novedades mas underground en www.ipopfm.com, cada miércoles de 20 a 21 horas. Hoy te invitamos a un programa variado y cargado de ska y sus variedades, únete! Déjate seducir por el programa más underground de iPOPfm. Déjate seducir por Fuego En La Pista de Baile! Han sonado: 1. Mango Wood – Bangarang 2. Keith and Tex – Can’t You See 3. Keith and Tex – Reggae On The Rocks 4. The Oldians y Javier Martín Boix – Big Bussiness 5. Ernest Ranglin’ – Free Form 6. Roy Ellis y Cosmic Shuffling – Shine a Light On Me 7. New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble – Moby Dick 8. Amusic Skazz Band – Why Do Lovers 9. The Prizefighters – Joe Hill 10. Slim Smith – Rougher Yet 11. The Paragons – Island In The Sun 12. Winston and George – Keep The Pressure On 13. Lord Creator – Big Bamboo 14. Max Iss and The Minions – Lord Cumiana 15. Curtis Baker and The Bravehearts – Wang Dang Doodle 16. Johnny Guitar Watson – Highway 60 17. Bobby Kingdom and The Blue Beats – Go Pretty Baby Go 18. Fats Domino – No No Baby 19. The Vanguards – Good Times, Bad Times 20. Reparata and the Delrons – Panic 21. Sandi Sheldon – You’re Gonna Make Me Love You
Have you lost your wonder? Scot Nery invites you to reconnect with it. From magic to juggling to life itself, Scot's relationship with wonder is what drives him, what fuels him, what gives him purpose. And he's definitely got the goods as he's the creator of Trip Advisor's #1 recommended show in Los Angeles, 'Boobie Trap.' This is a good conversation about believing in not just ourselves but also in the things we can and can not control. Isn't that what magic is all about? Hope you enjoy this back to good basics conversation about the good of wonder.
Former Miami Heat center Joel Anthony joins Wes Goldberg on the 10-year anniversary of the Miami Heat's 2012 championship to discuss the season, the Big Three's first title, what could have happened if they lost to the Thunder and much more. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Sakara Sakara is a wellness company anchored in food as medicine, on a mission to nourish. Go to Sakara.com/LOCKEDON20 or Enter Code “LOCKEDON20” for 20% off at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Here is Glenn Greenwald's opinion piece: Joe Biden's Submissive — and Highly Revealing — Embrace of Saudi Despots Here is G. Michael Hopf's book: Those Who Remain
On this very special Father's Day edition of Drinks With Johnny, we're joined by the father-daughter duo of Glyn & Charley Johns! Glyn is a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame producer best known for his work with Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, The Eagles, the infamous Get Back sessions with The Beatles, and many more. Charley is a PR director, and friend of the show, who has helped us bring on guests like Shavo Odadjian and many others. We give you a fly on the wall view of what it was like to grow up in the Johns household. Glyn gives us some insight to his recording process, while Charley provides some background on life outside of the studio. With legendary acts frequenting the house to record, we get Charley's perspective on her dad's work and how it helped to forge her own career in music. We also learn on this episode: Charley's favorite album that her dad produced Why Glyn no longer wears his “goat coat” Which rockstar bought Charley a piano for her 5th birthday Glyn's take on The Beatles' Get Back experience Become a FILTHY ANIMAL and get access to exclusive content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2qKyxOwoa_Uz5d5xCZEUPw/join Explore more Drinks With Johnny: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/drinkswithjohnny Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drinkswithjohnny Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drinkswithjohnny Twitter: https://twitter.com/drinkswjohnny Shop: https://www.drinkswithjohnny.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today Alisha and Jesse talk about... well, their day! They talk about their trip to the ballpark, other events they've been to, and the groups they are a part of that do events for families with special needs. Hosts: Alisha and Jesse Chance Podcast logo by: Rebecca Wolf Kalm Producer and Editor: Maxwell Myers Song by: Sophie's Place
Chris And Ross Reminisce of All The Good Times They Have Spent Together As Chris Broadcasts His Last Show With The Fanatics - Thursday Hour 1
Check Out Episode 247 of Cool, Calm, & Chaotic And A Fantastic Conversation With The Wandering Michigander Herself Taylor Dustin. This Is One of The Best Episodes Ever Because It Both Highlights The Beautiful State of Michigan and The Amazing Traveling 'Lower Peninsula Troll' Taylor, Who You Will Soon Learn Is A Spectacular Human Being. In This Episode We Talk About Who Taylor Is and How She Got Started Into Social Media Dominance. The Amazing Landscape and Diversity of The Entire State From The South, West, East, and North (Which Is Apparently Further North Than Flint). Taylor's Favorite Spots To Hit Up Within The State For Scenery, Food, Drinks, and Good Times. Taking Time Away From Social Media, Dealing With Haters, How To Make Waffles, and Much More! Topics Include… ✔️ Who Taylor 'The Wandering Michigander' Is ✔️ The Transition From College, To Career, To Leap of Faith ✔️ Making Bold Moves and Doing Things You Love ✔️ The Growing Appreciation For Michigan We've Both Had ✔️ TikTok Is Much More Than Something That I Don't Understand ✔️ The Haters In Their Moms Basement Making Stupid Comments ✔️ Up North Means Different Things To Different People In Michigan ✔️ Recounting Trips To Lexington and The East Side of Michigan ✔️ Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes Is Everything You'd Expect and More ✔️ Pictured Rocks & Marquette Are A Great Nature & City Combo ✔️ Good Food & Drinks Are The Key To A Great Trip ✔️ Lake Michigan Is A Preposterously Amazing Body of Water ✔️ As An East Sider… There's No Getting Around The Majesty of The West Side ✔️ The Best Breweries & Drinks In Michigan ✔️ Guarding Against Getting To Addicted To Work and Media ✔️ Some of Taylor's Future Travels In and Out of Michigan ✔️ The Extra Work That Goes Into Being A Superhuman Influencer ✔️ The Simple Life, Dancing, Coffee Food Trucks, Pulled Pork Mac and Cheese, & Much More! Follow Taylor Related Content At The Following Places: TikTok Instagram Follow Zarate Fitness Related Content At The Following Places: Website Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube Also...Are You Interested In Weekly FREE Email Full of Good Reads, Schedules, and A Ton Of Tips, Ideas, and Ways To Increase Health, Fitness, and Happiness Delivered Right To Your Email Instead Of Checking All Over The Place? Me Too!! Sign Up Below And Sit Back and Keep Living The Good Life! http://zaratefitness.us10.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=bd5db6ad085f2ab63066ec43d&id=6af1b1391a
Après les émotions du triomphe tout en haut du « mont chelem », le Pack se devait de faire un petit point de l'actualité rugbystique française et continentale. La finale EPCR : Comment ne pas se réjouir de l'incroyable sacre du printemps que les Rochelais sont allés arracher près du Vieux Port de Marseille avant de rentrer faire chavirer leurs supporters sur les bords de l'Atlantique ? Quelle épopée et encore une fois, quelle leçon nous donne le rugby ! En France, le Top 14 a livré son verdict forcément cruel tant le suspense fut total pour aller chercher les six places permettant de rêver au Bouclier. La dernière ligne droite s'annonce palpitante car tous les qualifiés ont leur carte à jouer : qui donc sortira l'atout maître au moment de conclure ? Réponse dans trois semaines, avant la tournée des bleus au Japon, là encore un prochain rendez vous avec le Pack ! En plus, nous vous parlons de la montée de l'Aviron Bayonnais , des succès de Massy en Nationale et du Stade Toulousain Féminin en Elite 1 ainsi que de l'arrivée des clubs d'Afrique de Sud dans la Heineken Cup Bonne écoute! Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast est à suivre sur: https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/PackDePotes/ https://twitter.com/packpotes et www.packdepotes.com Voici un playlist avec tous nos entretiens: https://podcast.ausha.co/pack-de-potes-rugby-podcast/playlist/nos-entretiens
今天這是聲音的實驗特輯， 是我一直想嘗試的題材， 將從ASMR的遊戲來開啟對聲音的注意， 再從生活中習以為常的聲音來觀察 來聊聊哪些場域聲是你非常不喜歡 哪些環境音又是讓你非常喜歡？ ✚ 本集Music（依進行順序） 【 開場音樂 】 Good Times by Kyle Preston Gravity - Short Version by Stanley Gurvich 【 節目插曲 】 捷運3首進站音樂（淡水信義線、松山新店線、象山站站體環境音樂） CC All BY 臺北市政府文化局 Clear Skies - Short Version by Rex Banner What You Gonna Do by Ofrin 【 背景音樂 】 Between You by Mattia Vlad Morleo 【 節目片尾 】 Happy On My Own by Kyle Cox ✚ 個人IG 【 D Li 】https://www.instagram.com/daniel5203/ 【 歇思 】https://www.instagram.com/szuhan/ 【 F 小姐 】https://www.instagram.com/finx2008/ ✚ 聯繫方式 【 FB 】 https://www.facebook.com/DLeelife 【 Email 】 Qaniel5203@gmail.com （歡迎任何想法或心得都可以與我們分享） ✚ 支持 如果你願意，也歡迎贊助支持我們的頻道 【贊助頁面】https://pay.soundon.fm/podcasts/f2e7993a-d17f-43eb-ad8e-74bb565dc557
With over 50 years of racing experience, Andrew Neethling and Myles Kelsey of Bike Network take you on a journey into their MTB World. We answer some listener questions and take a deep dive into getting you the rider faster and more confident on an MTB, plus some random MTB-related topics. This show is made for the listener so keep sending those questions in and let us know where to go with this show!!
หนังสือ How to Make Money in Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times and Bad ของ William J. O'Neil - ทฤษฎี CANSLIM มีส่วนทำให้นักลงทุน รวมถึงเทรดเดอร์มีความสำเร็จมากยิ่งขึ้นได้ ถ้าหากเราหมั่นดูกราฟ และพื้นฐานประกอบเข้าด้วยกัน - ปัญหาของการเทรด ก็คือเราไม่รู้ว่าปัจจัยอะไรเป็นปัจจัยหลักในการขึ้น หากเรามองดูให้ดีแล้วเราจะพบว่าทุกปัจจัยต้องผสมผสานกันอย่างลงตัว หุ้นถึงจะขึ้นได้ - การดูกราฟจะช่วยให้เราเห็นได้ว่า ทุกหุ้นจะมีเรื่องราวให้เราเข้าไปเล่นได้เสมอ ซึ่งตัวขับเคลื่อนมากที่สุดก็คือกำไรของบริษัทที่เราจะเชื่อกันว่ามันจะเติบโตไปไกล - ความถนัดของแต่ละคนจะแตกต่างกัน แต่ถ้าเรามั่นใจว่าจะเข้ามาในตลาดหุ้นจริงจัง เราควรจะค้นหาตัวเองว่าเราเหมาะกับรูปแบบใด เพราะเราอาจจะออกแบบแนวทางเองก็ได้ - หนังสือเล่มนี้ จะออกแนวไปในการดูข่าวและก็เหตุการณ์ประกอบเข้าด้วยกัน ซึ่งบางครั้งมันทำให้เราสับสนได้ว่าความเป็นจริงแล้วหุ้นจะขึ้นจากอะไรกันแน่
ESPN's Jorge Sedano joins Wes Goldberg to talk about the Miami Heat's season, offseason priorities and championship window. Then they look back on Sedano's start in Miami radio, Dwyane Wade's Heat career, how Shaquille O'Neal changed the landscape of South Florida sports, the differences between Los Angeles and Miami and debate Atlantic ocean vs Pacific ocean. Published weekly, "Good Times" is an interview show under the Locked On Heat umbrella featuring conversations with interesting guests in South Florida sports, media and entertainment. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hey Ladies in this episode we will be talking about real feelings, its ok to think about the good times that you had with your ex. If you would like to support the podcast Cash app $keynasmc
The house of mouse is at it again rattling around in that galaxy far, far away. Obi-Wan Kenobi (2022) is a new limited series on Disney+ bridging the gap between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. Jason Furie and Adam Roth are so very excited to start talking about this one we just couldn't wait for the whole season to end. Hello there! Let's talk about the 2 episode Premiere.Pizza Enamel Pinz by Jason Furie | LIVE NOWVisit Website | Join Newsletter | Support | Facebook | Instagram
Dad does his special Hurricane for his celebration drink! His snacks are red beans and rice, jambalaya, and rum balls; to go with that rum theme. Josh does Geoffroy Rose' de Saignee' Brut Champagne for his celebration drink. For his celebration food he has brazed short ribs, a porchetta and a myriad of macaroons. Josh and Dad have a great time eating and sipping on their celebration food and drinks. Dad explains his celebration choice since it wasn't what Josh thought his celebration drink would be. They talk about their favorite episodes, things they learned and possible future guests. The listeners can review and go listen to their favorites again and even listen to new choices. Listeners are encouraged to provide Acquired Tastings with ideas for future episodes and possible guests. Send your thoughts to Acquiredtastings@gmail.com
This week, Eric and Josh discuss: Disney Land, geek conventions, early Steven Spielberg, early John Carpenter, Elvis Presley, TVO's Saturday Night At The Movies, John Wayne, Idol Of The Crowds, our broken popcorn machine, and more! Plus, they mention the movies screening the week of Friday June 3 - Thursday June 9: Madeleine Collins, Happening, Mondocane, and The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent!
Published weekly, "Good Times" is an interview show under the Locked On Heat umbrella featuring conversations with interesting guests in South Florida sports, media and entertainment. Today, Brendan Tobin joins Wes Goldberg to discuss the end of the Miami Heat's season, Jimmy Butler's potential legacy-defining shot at the end of Game 7 and how the Heat can tinker the roster this offseason. Plus, we rank the futures of all of South Florida's sports teams and the best interviews on the Heat. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Blue Jays have an MLB leading six-game heater going with 6+ runs in all but one game. Hosts Matt Bonaparte and Ben Shulman discuss yet another dynamite win, play He Was a Blue Jay with a tough Season 2 Jay, and re-rank the relievers based on trust/confidence level. You can find episodes of the Locked On Blue Jays podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audacy, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a like and rating as we would leave to hear your feedback. Be sure to tell your friends if you enjoy the pod! For bonus coverage, check us out on Twitter @LockedOnJays to interact with us throughout games, and feel free to suggest topics in the future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sequoia Warns Founders of ‘Crucible Moment,' Advises How to ‘Avoid the Death Spiral'. Sand Hill Road's doomsayer-in-chief—Sequoia Capital—is back with a warning to its startup founders: Don't expect a recovery from the current market downturn to happen quickly. Over the years, Sequoia, the venture firm behind Google, Apple and Airbnb, has developed a reputation as the tech industry's Cassandra, through memos and presentations that it shared with the leaders of its portfolio companies during past macroeconomic crises. In 2008, that took the form of a 56-slide survival guide to the Great Recession, entitled “R.I.P. Good Times.” In early 2020, as the pandemic began upending the economy, Sequoia sent its founders a grim memo entitled, “Coronavirus: The Black Swan of 2020.” Its latest warning to its portfolio companies takes the form of a 52-slide presentation, a copy of which was viewed by The Information. Sequoia described the current combination of turbulent financial markets, inflation and geopolitical conflict as a “crucible moment” of uncertainty and change. Sequoia told founders not to expect a speedy economic bounceback akin to what followed the start of the pandemic because, it warned, the monetary and fiscal policy tools that propelled that recovery “have been exhausted.” Today we explore.
One of the many joys of going independent and writing on Substack is that I work at the eye of a trend piece. There’s a storm circling around me with fights about Substack’s politics and its promise as a media disruptor. But at the center of that vortex, I’m far more focused on my own business than the broader maelstrom around me. I’m very fortunate to say that my paid subscriber count has now grown beyond 1,500 and more than 22,000 people now receive my free emails. I’ve been enjoying a steeper growth curve lately.This week on the Dead Cat podcast, Katie Benner, Tom Dotan, and I talk to technology Substack writer Casey Newton. On the podcast, I reminisce about how I phoned Newton during the depths of the pandemic to tell him that I was going to leave Bloomberg to start a Substack only to learn he was about to launch one as well. Newton founded Platformer, a go-to destination for news and analysis about what’s happening in the technology industry — especially at social media companies. Newton and I are part of a group of writers that formed the Discord community Sidechannel together. (Paying Newcomer subscribers get access to the community, though I’ll confess that my channels are fairly dormant.)Our discussion was sparked by a news story about what’s not happening. Substack apparently isn’t raising a new round of financing, according to the New York Times. Unlike fellow Andreessen Horowitz portfolio company Clubhouse, which raised at a $4 billion valuation in April 2021, Substack hasn’t earned a unicorn valuation. Substack reportedly generated about $9 million in revenue in 2021. Given the turbulent financial markets, Substack abandoned its fundraising effort, according to the report.Newton celebrated Substack’s failure to fundraise in his newsletter:One, it reduces the pressure on Substack to financialize every facet of its newsletter, podcast and app ecosystem. In March, when the company introduced an app, I noted here that Substack shut off emails from your subscribed publications by default — a worrying step, I thought, toward building a centralized platform that the company could monetize more aggressively. To its credit, Substack changed the default to preserve email subscriptions within 24 hours. But giving up more equity to VCs will bring more “suggestions” from the company’s board to move in this direction. The more Substack can rely on its own cash flow, the more easily it can chart its own future.Two, having less cash on hand can enforce a useful kind of discipline on a company. Having giant piles of cash on hand can be great for making splashy acquisitions or experimenting with new products. But Substack is still figuring out just how many people can sustainably enter this line of work — solo creators, operating mostly without a safety net, selling media for a monthly fee.(On the podcast, we also talk about Elon Musk’s Twitter bid and Snap’s tumbling stock price.)Give it a listen.Read the automated transcript.The State of NewcomerGiven that we’re already talking about Substack — and since I’ve gained a bunch of new readers lately — I wanted to give a brief tour of the Newcomer newsletter to help you all navigate what I’m publishing and get a sense for the rhythms around here.Dead CatI publish Dead Cat — the podcast with my friends and fellow reporters Tom Dotan and Katie Benner — toward the end of the workday every Tuesday. (We usually record on Fridays.)The podcast is free and is meant to be a little looser than the newsletter. Dead Cat, while still pretty fixated on Silicon Valley inside baseball, is more oriented toward the culture of tech and less focused on money than my newsletter articles.Dotan is a reporter for Insider. He writes about the gig economy after spending years covering companies like Snap and Disney. Benner writes about the U.S. Justice Department for the New York Times after many years writing about Wall Street and Silicon Valley. The three of us worked together as reporters at The Information, where I was the first employee. We’ve been close friends for many years.You can listen to the podcast on Substack’s app or on Apple or Spotify. I’ve started including an automated transcript of our conversation in each podcast post. We’re averaging more than 1,800 listeners for each episode, according to Substack’s analytics. If you’re not interested in Dead Cat or don’t need an email to remind you to listen, you can opt out of receiving the emails on your account page. (I’ve been trying to put more meat on the bone of podcast posts so that even if you just read them, you’re receiving an email that will interest you — like my interview with the Uber driver who leaked the video of Travis Kalanick that arrived beneath a Dead Cat episode.)The podcast’s name is a reference to a text conversation between Marc Andreessen and Mark Zuckerberg. Though if you prefer to associate it with a dead cat bounce, I won’t hold it against you.Newcomer NewsletterAs regular readers know, I publish newsletter articles somewhat chaotically. Variety is the spice of life and I enjoy chasing different types of stories that take varying amounts of time to complete.I almost always publish a standalone newsletter article each week (usually toward the end of the week). Most weeks, I try to save something for paying subscribers. That can mean putting a paywall halfway down an article — like saving exclusive financial information for paying subscribers — or putting entire pieces behind the paywall. Types of Newcomer PostsIn-depth profiles of Silicon Valley main characters based on a probing interview. Think: Elad Gil Wants You To Live Longer or General Catalyst's Secret CEO or Above the Crowd.Sweeping, deeply-reported narratives about a venture capital firm. Probably my most iconic piece remains, The Unauthorized Story of Andreessen Horowitz. And Andreessen Horowitz has been perhaps the main character of this newsletter with pieces like When Will a16z Become a Public Market Investor? I’d put my profile of Bessemer Venture Partners — The Anti-Portfolio — in this bucket. I’ve also been covering Y Combinator closely with my interview of YC President Geoff Ralston YC = Growth, What Insiders Think About YC's New Deal Terms, and Ali Partovi Wants to Beat the Old YC.Stories about top investment firms based on their private fundraising materials. Recently, I published a look at Tiger Global with some of the firm’s private fundraising decks. (I added a few more slides after publishing the article by the way if you haven’t returned to it since.) Fans of that piece should also check out my article Inside 3 Crypto Funds' Investor Decks. I’ve gotten my hands on another pitch deck so I should have another similar piece out in the coming days.Market trend pieces. Recent examples: Here’s What Investors Think the Treacherous Public Markets Mean for Private Startups or Good Times in The Great Revaluation. These pieces rely on my building up a depth of information about a particular sector before dropping it in a single post.Story of a Cap Table articles. These are fun and instructive venture capital case studies. They’re always popular. An example from late last year: The Story of a Cap Table: GitLab. The challenge with these pieces is that they require interesting companies to file to go public — and cooperative sources at a regulatorily-paranoid time in a company’s lifetime. Given the slow IPO pipeline, there’s been a slowdown in cap table stories.Weekend reading posts. It’s a fun way to concisely hit a bunch of different topics at once. But, truth be told, I’m always ambivalent about them. If you know me, then you know I feel guilty whenever I’m not breaking news or bringing exclusive access to a piece. But I think the reality is that I spend a unhealthy amount of time reading tech news and many readers are happy to get a rundown of what I think matters. I’m always trying to think of new ways to level these pieces up.Scoops. I’m addicted to scoops. I live for the adrenaline. Definitely, my scoop on OpenSea’s funding round was important for the newsletter. I made that piece a broader look at Katie Haun and Andreessen Horowitz. If it’s getting toward the end of the week and I haven’t published anything yet, I’m probably scrambling for a scoop. It’s a great time to send me a tip.There are other long-form pieces that don’t fit neatly into these categories. I wrote a case against Rivian. I’m still really proud of my investigation into Palantir’s SPAC investments. I should write a follow-up piece on how many of those investments have gone terribly. Get full access to Newcomer at www.newcomer.co/subscribe
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We are headed toward unprecedented unstable economic times as the housing market teeters on collapse and school choice advocates are winning school board races across the country giving more power to parents.
We are headed toward unprecedented unstable economic times as the housing market teeters on collapse and school choice advocates are winning school board races across the country giving more power to parents.
US-Songwriter Kevin Morby verankert seine Studioalben gerne an einem einzigen, bestimmten Ort. Bei «Sundowner» (2020) war das Kansas City, für «City Music» (2017) Los Angeles – und für sein siebtes Studioalbum «This Is a Photograph» war nun Memphis Taufpate. Die Stadt im US-Bundesstaat Tennessee blick auf eine reichhaltige Musikgeschichte zurück, die Morby auf seinen neuen Tracks immer wieder streift. So singt er in «A Coat of Butterflies» über Songwriter Jeff Buckley, der 1997 in Memphis tragischerweise ertrunken ist («Wade into the water, close your eyes, boy, and sing "Want a whole lot of love"»), oder begegnet in «Goodbye to Good Times» weiteren Musiklegend:innen, welche mit Memphis im Zusammenhang stehen («Sometimes the good die young, and sometimes they survive / Well, Mickey, Tina, Otis, Diane, goddamn»). Seine Reiseeindrücke verpackt Morby in seinen gewohnt gelungenen Mix aus Rock'n'Roll, Melancholie und Country – und sorgt damit einmal mehr für eines der Indie-Highlights des Jahres. Weiterhören: * «Kevin Morby: Irgendwo da draussen» – unsere Sendung zu «Sundowner» (2020) * «Kevin Morby: Wer würde mit so einem Outfit auf eine Bühne gehen?» – unsere Sendung zu «City Music» (2017) * Das dritte Solo-Album von Kevin Morby – unsere Sendung zu «Singing Saw» (2016)
Deacon Angelo Giambrone was ordained for the Diocese of Orange in 2015. He and his wife Cindy have been members of St. Vincent de Paul Church in Huntington Beach, where he serves, for many years. They and their three children have been active members and participate in the life of the parish. In this episode, they speak about taking vows as a married couple.Wedding Banns airs live weekdays at 7:30am and3:00pm Pacific Time go to spiritfilledevents.com website or download our Spirit Filled Radio App for Android or Apple Devices.Archives of shows from Spirit Filled Radio are available on podcast at spiritfilledevents.com
We've been subsumed into the Net, ghouls. But it's okay; we've got friends in here. We're talking to our friend Amber, host of our fellow horror podcast HornBloodFire about a double feature based on keywords: isolation, Internet, surreal - Kiyoshi Kurosawa's darkly prescient vision of Internet apocalypse, Pulse (2001), and Isa Mazzei and Daniel Goldhaber's folkloric tale of camming and doppelgangers, Cam (2018). Are you Online? This episode is for you. Raise your hand if you've got ban anxiety, and/or if you've ever gotten super worried about a Twitter mutual's mental health. If you're not online, this episode still has plenty of discussion that might interest you, like Amber's fear of whales (not Wales) and stairs, the fantasy of a sexy double, and the joy of yucking other people's yum. Sounds good? We'll meet you in the red tape room. Amber T is host of HornBloodFire podcast, reviewer and writer for Ghouls Magazine, Grimoire of Horror and Beauty of Horror. She loves J Horror, female rage and talking shit on Twitter. Check out the episode of HornBloodFire we guested on to talk about one of our favorites, Hagazussa (which also happens to be the podcast's namesake). A proud part of the Morbidly Beautiful Podcast Network. Our drive for intersectionality aligns well with the Morbidly Beautiful ethos. We love that MB is a nonprofit that gives back to the horror community, and are thrilled to be a part of the network! Show now also streaming on morbidlybeautiful.com! Movies Discussed: Pulse (2001), Cam (2018) Links: IG- instagram.com/nyfgpod Twitter- twitter.com/nyfgpod FB- facebook.com/nyfgpodcast/ Pod merch- https://society6.com/nyfgpod I am Not Your Final Girl by Claire C. Holland- https://www.amazon.com/Am-Not-Your-Final-Girl/dp/0692966633 Bandcamp- arieldyer.bandcamp.com Show art by Brian Demarest: instagram.com/evilflynn
Come celebrate some centennial goodness with us, YOUR Brothers in Arms Podcast! On tonight's episode the ladies kick it off, some home brew goodness, Greg joined the FBI, watermelon jolly rancher pale ale, spaghetti ale, “whatever works,” swedged, “interested in a job?,” golf outing? – yes please, excel for dummies, shared calendars FTW, Slivers – it's a love/hate relationship, great-grandma's wooden kitchen chair, and Dad jokes with an impasta. All this while “that man's playing Galaga,” on this week's episode of Brothers in Arms! Where you can reach us: Twitter: @YourBIAPodcast Gmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitch: Twitch.tv/brothersinarmspodcast (Every Sunday @ 9:00-ish PM EST) Website: https://brothersinarms.podbean.com
TJ, Brendan, and Ben are back to review a special bottle in honor of the new addition to TJ's family. They rate the Good Times Toasted Rye (Kobe Edition) on nose, taste, finish, cohesiveness/complexity, and value. The guys also share some pursuits and purchases as well as chat about buying booze at a Duty Free shop!
Lots of us have good ideas, some even back their ideas up with successful research. So why do these good ideas fail to scale into great, big ideas? John A. List shares the personal example of his highly successful kindergarten reform in South Side Chicago which then didn't scale across the nation. His intrigue into this case led him to pen a phenomenal new book about scalability, “The Voltage Effect”. John A. List, is a Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago as well as recently becoming the first ever Chief Economist at Walmart. Our conversation with John touches on the ambition he has to change the world for the better in this new role at Walmart. But the primary drive for our chat was to discuss his great new book “The Voltage Effect: How to Make Good Ideas Great and Great Ideas Scale”. Listen in to learn about the concept of scalability and why it is so hard to go from, “the petri dish' (as he puts it) to successful broad scale programs. As is often the case, we round off our episode with a desert island music selection from our guest. And John's very thoughtful consideration of the question yields a top notch selection of musical artists. Don't miss this part of the discussion! Regular listeners to Behavioral Grooves might consider donating to our work through our Patreon page. Or you can also support us by writing a podcast review on your podcast player; doing so helps scale our audience! Topics (6:06) Welcome and speed round questions. (11:03) Why John named his book The Voltage Effect. (13:41) John's involvement in the Chicago Heights Early Childhood (CHECC) school project. (23:05) What biases influence people? (26:29) How Nancy Reagan's good intentions are an example of scaling failure. (30:52) Scaling behavioral science. (39:17) How is John going to change the world as Chief Economist at Walmart? (43:33) How can insights from charity be applied to other sectors? (54:55) John's desert island music selection. (1:04:11) A “High Voltage” Grooving Session with Kurt and Tim. © 2022 Behavioral Grooves Links John A. List's book, “The Voltage Effect: How to Make Good Ideas Great and Great Ideas Scale”: https://amzn.to/3a0GOjh “Just Say No” campaign: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Just_Say_No Anna Karenina: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Karenina “Stakes Matter in Ultimatum Games” (2011) by Steffen Andersen, Seda Ertaç, Uri Gneezy, Moshe Hoffman and John List: https://econpapers.repec.org/paper/hhscbsnow/2011_5f001.htm George Lowenstein, Episode 67 “George Loewenstein: On a Functional Theory of Boredom”: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/george-loewenstein-on-a-functional-theory-of-boredom/ “Parent Nation: Unlocking Every Child's Potential, Fulfilling Society's Promise” by Dana Suskind: https://amzn.to/3wD8YIQ Sam Tatam, Episode 295 “For Revolutionary Solutions, Look To Evolutionary Ideas”: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/evolutionary-ideas-sam-tatam/ Scott Jeffrey, Episode 3: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/bg-3-scott-jeffrey-phd-monmouth-university/ Thomas Steenburgh, Episode 51: “How to Sell New Products”: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/thomas-steenburgh-how-to-sell-new-products/ To leave Apple podcast review: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/behavioral-grooves-podcast/id1303870112 To support Behavioral Grooves via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/behavioralgrooves Musical Links The Beatles “Don't Let Me Down”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCtzkaL2t_Y Freddie Mercury/Queen “These are the Days of Our Lives”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oB4K0scMysc Johnny Cash “Ring Of Fire”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCMz70Fm5pA Marty Robbins “El Paso”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ig2GF1sZSEA The Red Hot Chili Peppers “Under The Bridge”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwlogyj7nFE AC/DC “High Voltage”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nnjh-zp6pP4 Gordon Lightfoot “If You Could Read My Mind”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5tr_L31StI Kris Kristofferson “For the Good Times”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oX094Nn4L_Y Waylon Jennings “I've Always Been Crazy”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xI2MhAGtZgE Fleetwood Mac “Dreams”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3ywicffOj4 Stevie Nicks “Stand Back”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwS9BIqbffU White Stripes “We're Going to Be Friends”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKfD8d3XJok
That test this weekend? I think the Padres passed. On today's edition of the Locked On Padres podcast, Javier recaps the weekend series against the Giants that went ALL the Padres way. He discusses the outings from Sean Manaea, NL Rookie of the year contender MacKenzie Gore, and potential Cy Young candidate Joe Musgrove! Oh, and also that Manny Machado guy. Plus, whether or not it's officially time to start worrying about Jake Cronenworth, Eric Hosmer cooling off, fans being mean to our beloved Jurickson Profar, and much more! Follow Javier on Twitter @Javiipeno Follow Locked On Padres @LO_Padres Subscribe to the new Locked On Padres YouTube Channel! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A list of things that will be premiering on Netflix, the painting from the beginning of "Good Times" sold for $15.3 Million, the Jersey Shore cast is not okay that MTV wants to reboot ‘Jersey Shore' with a new cast, inside scoops on what actually happens on ‘Survivor', Bay Area leads California in the highest infection rate of covid, space walks are canceled for now due to water getting in the helmets, Vinnie is interested in scallops, a new study says that watching tv and playing video games can make a kid smarter, and a woman was on high police chase because she was yelling about jesus while driving!
We're excited to welcome XYPN member Danielle Harrison MBA, CFP®, CFT-I™, the founder of Harrison Financial Planning, a fee-only firm based in Columbia, Missouri, on the show today. Danielle was destined to be a financial planner, starting all the way back in middle school as a kid fascinated by finance. The only problem? Her perception of financial planning as product pushing and sales-based—until she learned about fee-only firms. She entered financial services as a bank teller at age 16 and eventually moved into the wealth management side of the bank. After going on maternity leave with her second child, she came back to a less than ideal situation that ultimately led her to launch her own firm in January 2021, well ahead of her schedule for doing so and in the midst of COVID. In this interview, Danielle is open and honest as she tells her story about the difficulties and challenges of her first year in business. But she's persevered and is building an inspiring firm that supports her family and their goals. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://www.xyplanningnetwork.com/335
On this episode of Lochhead on Marketing, let's talk about a critical question: Who are you going to be when the shit hits the fan? As we have talked about in previous episodes, it is starting to look like the business environment could get very hard here. Some people in Silicon Valley are even saying that it could be like back in 2008. Sequoia Capital wrote their seminal “RIP, Good Times” presentation, and its final slide says, “Get real, or go home”. No matter what's going to happen next in the economy, or frankly, the world, it's probably time for all of us to get real or go home. So on this episode, let's dig into why some people step up, and others melt down in times of crisis. Welcome to Lochhead on Marketing. The number one charting marketing podcast for marketers, category designers, and entrepreneurs with a different mind. The Signs When I was in my late 20s, and into my early 30s, I was the founding CMO of a company called Scient. We were a leader in the we called E-business Innovation Space, we were one of the very first consulting firms to focus on building E-businesses or Digital Businesses. We did incredibly well, as a matter of fact, the company was founded, I believe, in 98, maybe late 97. By 2000, we had grown to almost 3000 people, which is incredible for a consulting startup, essentially. We were public and had a market cap of about $9 billion. Now, if you were around back then, you've done your homework, and you know the.com bust happened. Like all bad things, they happen over time. It built starting by about February, March, we could feel things starting to get bad. Shortly thereafter, we could feel the rumblings our pipeline wasn't starting to look very good. There was weird shit happening with our customers. And there was a slow takedown that happened from about March, slowly, slowly, slowly, building over the summer, and by the fall, we were in a freefall. Sh*t Hits the Fan Due to all that, we had to do the first ever layoff in the history of the company. It was insanely painful. So when we announced the miss in the projected stocks, we do the layoff. The people we laid off are amazing. They were cheering the company on saying please go forward and be successful sign had an incredible culture. So as painful as it was, the exiting people were, were incredible warriors and supporters. And the people who stayed really wanted to make a go of it. However, people at management seemed to be focusing on the wrong things, rather than discussing how to move forward, given the resources we still had at the moment. This continued until I left the company, and from there the company continued on its freefall rather than picking itself up and starting anew. How People React to Disruption So why do I share that with you? It's a great example of the shit hitting the fan for a company. In my opinion, an executive team unwilling to deal with the reality of the situation, and unwilling to deal with it with any kind of speed is a bad way to go at it. That's why I got so mad and took off, and that's why the CEO of the company fired me. After that, the company vaporized. To hear more how legendary people react when disruption happens in the market, download and listen to this episode. Bio Christopher Lochhead is a #1 Apple podcaster and #1 Amazon bestselling co-author of books: Niche Down and Play Bigger. He has been an advisor to over 50 venture-backed startups; a former three-time Silicon Valley public company CMO and an entrepreneur. Furthermore, he has been called “one of the best minds in marketing” by The Marketing Journal, a “Human Exclamation Point” by Fast Company, a “quasar” by NBA legend Bill Walton and “off-putting to some” by The Economist. In addition, he served as a chief marketing officer of software juggernaut Mercury Interactive. Hewlett-Packard acquired the company in 2006, for $4.5 billion. He also co-founded the marketing consulting firm LOCHHEAD; the founding CMO of Internet consulting fi...
The Full Go begins with Jason detailing his time in Englewood before going into the White Sox, who split their doubleheader games (01:40). MLB Network analyst Cliff Floyd joins the show to discuss the Cubs' season and why the fans need to weather the storm when it comes to the rebuild (14:19). They also discuss how to evaluate an MLB manager, why Wilson Contreras will be a valuable target at the trade deadline, and the state of Black baseball in MLB. In Outside the Chi, Jason details how he's always known that Jimmy Butler's that guy and why Miami is the perfect place for a player like him (50:26). Host: Jason Goff Guest: Cliff Floyd Producers: Steve Ceurti, Jessie Lopez, and Tony Gill Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
He grew up breathing Kannada literature -- and he also embraced the globalised world. Sugata Srinivasaraju joins Amit Varma in episode 277 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss this confluence of the old and the new, the near and the far, his society and the world. Also check out: 1. Sugata Srinivasaraju in Outlook, ToI/Mumbai Mirror, New Indian Express, The Wire, Mint, Twitter and his own website. 2. Furrows in a Field -- Sugata Srinivasaraju. 3. Pickles from Home: The Worlds of a Bilingual -- Sugata Srinivasaraju. 4. Keeping Faith with the Mother Tongue -- Sugata Srinivasaraju. 5. Sugata Srinivasaraju on his father, Chi Srinivasaraju: 1, 2, 3. 6. Maharashtra Politics Unscrambled -- Episode 151 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Sujata Anandan). 7. Dodda Alada Mara (Big Banyan Tree). 8. GP Rajarathnam, AR Krishnashastry, P Lankesh and KS Nissar Ahmed on Wikipedia. 9. The Tell Me Why series of encyclopedias -- Arkady Leokum. 10. Stendhal, Honoré de Balzac, Victor Hugo and Charles Baudelaire on Amazon. 11. Rayaru Bandaru Mavana Manege -- The KS Narasimhaswamy poem Sugata translated. 12. Phoenix and Four Other Mime Plays -- Chi Srinivasaraju (translated by Sugata Srinivasaraju, who tweeted about it here.). 13. Ahobala Shankara, V Seetharamaiah, Roland Barthes, Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida, KV Narayana, Noam Chomsky, DR Nagaraj, Jorge Luis Borges and Tejaswini Niranjana. 14. Lawrence Weschler on how Akumal Ramachander discovered Harold Shapinsky. 15. AK Ramanujan and Gopalakrishna Adiga. 16. The Penguin Book of Socialist Verse -- Edited by Alan Bold. 17. Gandhi as Mahatma: Gorakhpur District, Eastern UP, 1921-22 -- Shahid Amin. 18. Kraurya -- Girish Kasaravalli. 19. Deconstructing Derrida -- Sugata Srinivasaraju. 20. Yaava Mohana Murali -- Gopalakrishna Adiga's poem turned into a song. 21. Ram Guha Reflects on His Life -- Episode 266 of The Seen and the Unseen. 22. Understanding Gandhi. Part 1: Mohandas — Episode 104 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Ram Guha). 23. Understanding Gandhi. Part 2: Mahatma — Episode 105 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Ram Guha). 24. Modern South India: A History from the 17th Century to our Times -- Rajmohan Gandhi. 25. Ki Ram Nagaraja at Book Brahma. 26. A Map of Misreading -- Harold Bloom. 27. The Singer of Tales -- Albert Lord and David Elmer. 28. ಪಂಪ ಭಾರತ ದೀಪಿಕೆ: Pampa Bharatha Deepike -- DL Narasimhachar. 29. The Open Eyes: A Journey Through Karnakata -- Dom Moraes. 30. Dom Moraes on DR Bendre's love for numbers. 31. DR Bendre, Kuvempu, Shamba Joshi, MM Kalburgi, Shivaram Karanth, VK Gokak and Chandrashekhar Patil. 32. Da Baa Kulkarni, Sriranga, Nabaneeta Dev Sen, Bhisham Sahni, Kartar Singh Duggal and HY Sharada Prasad. 33. His Will Was His God -- Sugata Srinivasaraju on HY Sharada Prasad. 34. Jeremy Seabrook on Amazon. 35. Aakar Patel Is Full of Hope -- Episode 270 of The Seen and the Unseen. 36. The Rise and Fall of the Bilingual Intellectual — Ramachandra Guha. 37. The Life and Times of Mrinal Pande -- Episode 263 of The Seen and the Unseen. 38. Sara Rai Inhales Literature -- Episode 255 of The Seen and the Unseen. 39. The Art of Translation -- Episode 168 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Arunava Sinha). 40. Negotiating Two Worlds, Bilingualism As A Cultural Idea -- Sugata Srinivasaraju delivers the HY Sharada Prasad Memorial Lecture. 41. Karunaalu Baa Belake -- A Kannada version of 'Lead, Kindly Light'. 42. Liberal impulses of our regional languages -- Sugata Srinivasaraju. 43. Why Resisting Hindi is No Longer Enough -- Sugata Srinivasaraju. 44, The Indianness of Indian Food -- Episode 95 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vikram Doctor). 45. Steven Van Zandt: Springsteen, the death of rock and Van Morrison on Covid — Richard Purden. 46. Roam Research and Zettelkasten. 47. Sixteen Stormy Days — Tripurdaman Singh. 48. The First Assault on Our Constitution — Episode 194 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Tripurdaman Singh). 49. Nehru's Debates -- Episode 262 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Tripurdaman Singh and Adeel Hussain). 50. Speaking of Siva -- Ak Ramanujan's translations of the Vacanas. 51. Not Waving but Drowning -- Stevie Smith. 52. Pictures on a Page -- Harold Evans. 53. Notes From Another India -- Jeremy Seabrook. 54. Good Times, Bad Times -- Harold Evans. 55. John Pilger on Amazon. 56. Sugata Srinivasaraju's pieces in Outlook in 2005 on the Infosys land scam: 1, 2. 57. ‘Bellary Is Mine' -- Sugata Srinivasaraju. 58. Deca Log: 1995-2005. A history in ten-and-a-half chapters, through the eyes of Outlook -- Sugata Srinivasaraju. 59. The Sanjay Story: From Anand Bhavan To Amethi -- Vinod Mehta. 60. Lucknow Boy: A Memoir -- Vinod Mehta. 61. Remembering Mr. Shawn's New Yorker -- Ved Mehta. 62. Off the Record: Untold Stories from a Reporter's Diary -- Ajith Pillai. 63. A Town Offers Its Shoulder -- Sugata Srinivasaraju. 64. Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction -- Philip Tetlock and Dan Gardner. 65. Dhanya Rajendran Fights the Gaze -- Episode 267 of The Seen and the Unseen. 66. The Story of an Income Tax Search — Dhanya Rajendran on Instagram. 67. George Plimpton, 76; 'Paper Lion' author, longtime literary editor, amateur athlete -- David Mehegan. 68. Does The Paris Review Get a Second Act? -- Charles McGrath on literary magazines as "showcases of idealism." 69. My Father's Suitcase -- Orhan Pamuk's Nobel Prize lecture. 70. Gandhi's Assassin: The Making of Nathuram Godse and His Idea of India -- Dhirendra K Jha. 71. Harmony in the Boudoir -- Mark Strand. 72. Of Human Bondage -- W Somerset Maugham. 73. Man's Worldly Goods -- Leo Huberman. 74. Autobiography -- Bertrand Russell. 75. Graham Greene, Joseph Conrad, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Jorge Luis Borges, Honoré de Balzac, Gustave Flaubert, Victor Hugo, Charles Dickens and George Orwell on Amazon. 76. Madame Bovary -- Gustave Flaubert. 77. Reflections on Gandhi -- George Orwell. 78. The Tyranny of Merit -- Michael Sandel. 79. Home in the World: A Memoir -- Amartya Sen. 80. Living to Tell the Tale -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez. 81. Ayodhya - The Dark Night and Ascetic Games by Dhirendra Jha. 82. Team of Rivals -- Doris Kearns Goodwin. 83. My Last Sigh -- Luis Bunuel. 84. Interview with History -- Oriana Fallaci. 85. Ryszard Kapuscinski on Amazon. 86. Journalism as Literature -- Salman Rushdie on Ryszard Kapuscinski. 87. Mallikarjun Mansur, Bhimsen Joshi and Kumar Gandharva on Spotify. 88. Vachanas sung by Mallikarjun Mansur and Basavaraja Rajguru. 89. Outlander, Knightfall and Money Heist on Netflix. 90. Sugata Srinivasaraju's Twitter thread on the songs of DR Bendre. This episode is sponsored by The Desi Crime Podcast. You'll find them on all podcast apps. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! The illustration for this episode is by Nishant Jain aka Sneaky Artist. Check out his work on Twitter, Instagram and Substack.
On episode 365 of THE NARCISSISTS' CODE I talk about why you should Stop holding on to the Good times with a Narcissist because they can stop you from moving on. Manipulation doesnt work without a handful of good times for you to hold on to. Narcissists want you to remember the good times and they hope that it will cancel out the bad stuff. Welcome my channel! If this is your first time seeing my face or hearing my voice, my name is Lee and I am a self aware narcissist. I have narcissistic personality disorder ( NPD ) and I've been in therapy for my personality disorder since 2017 and it has definitely changed my life because without it, I would have lost everything. The point of these videos is to help bring awareness from the other side of the narcissistic *buse spectrum. All my videos give perspective on why many narcissists do what they do and the possible different reasons behind them. The victims and survivors get validation and the Narcissists (those that are willing) get to see that you can get help and that you are not alone. 1 on 1's and all my links - https://beacons.page/mentalhealness You can find me on - Tiktok MentalHealness - https://www.tiktok.com/@mentalhealness?lang=en Insta- Mentalhealnesss - https://www.instagram.com/mentalhealnesss/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MentalHealness85 Click the BEACON up top for direct links. Thank you so much and lets HEAL together --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mentalhealness/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentalhealness/support