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Swimming With the Fish
S06Ep30: Technical Difficulties

Swimming With the Fish

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 45:48


Crutch is producing the show on a laptop. Goon and Chief has Church Stories

TheBuzzedWord
Goon juice (Eagle Park)

TheBuzzedWord

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 125:51


We kicked off s8 with bang.  We had the Co-Owner of Eagle Park on and we talked about all things craft beer, their locations, cars, the market and so much more. They have 2 locations (Milwaukee, Muskego) that are open 7 days a week and literally have a flavor or drink for everyone. As well as food and just a great spot to hang. We're working on our spicy calendar with details on it coming soon. We still have open positions for our beer pong tournament Oct 22nd. We always will be MCing the Milwaukee River Keepers boat parade. make sure to follow us on instagram @wordbuzzed to stay up to date on all the latest news and events.

Pour Another Round
Brewery 065 - 4 Hearts Brewing - Ipswich, Queensland, Australia

Pour Another Round

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 61:09


Reese, head brewer at 4 Hearts Brewing Company, joins Pour Another Round to talk brewing from "tomorrow." He also has the coolest accent we've had on the pod. So if for nothing else, listen for that!Cameron gets disappointed that he's never actually drank an Australian beer. But does find out Goon is a real thing. Follow 4 Hearts Brewing Company:Facebook: /4heartsbrewingTwitter: @4heartsbrewingInstagram: @4heartsbrewingWebsite: 4heartsbrewing.comFollow Pour Another RoundFacebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRound

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast
Climate of Violence: Biden Goon Kills MAGA? Guests: Nigel Farage and Kash Patel

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 73:54


On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast, we begin with a man admitting to killing a teen because he thought him to be a MAGA extremist. Is this the inevitable fallout of the increasingly irresponsible Democrat rhetoric? Plus, COVID is dead (we're told), but the vax mandates endure. Then, FL Gov. Ron DeSantis's Migrants' Vineyard flight is looking even better as the news cycle progresses. We also share a lot of updates on key political races. And finally, a "Woke Update" that includes a teacher using children to play out their depraved sexual fetish, plus much more. We have two guests today. First is "Mr. Brexit," Nigel Farage. We originally invited Nigel on to discuss a new concept called the "European Political Community," which is being pushed by the globalists, but we never quite got to it because we delve deep into his thoughts on Queen Elizabeth, King Charles, the monarchy, the new Prime Minister, Liz Truss, and the latest details on a potential U.K./U.S. trade deal. Then we speak to Kash Patel, one of the coolest guys in Washington. He has a new book out for children, "The Plot Against the King: 2000 Mules," which is the second in the series and one on a subject matter that this audience will love. He also heaps praise on "My Son Hunter." And then we get his take on other Deep State happenings.

KYW Newsradio's 1-On-1 with Matt Leon
Paying it forward: Ray Goon, Drexel University head women's soccer coach

KYW Newsradio's 1-On-1 with Matt Leon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 44:03


Ray Goon has been the head women's soccer coach at Drexel University since 1996 when the school reinstituted the program. This season, Goon's Dragons are off to a program-best start of 5-0-3.  In Episode #145 of “1-on-1 with Matt Leon,” Matt welcomes Goon in studio to talk about his career in soccer. They look back at his days as a player, talk about why he decided to come to Drexel and much, much more. "1-on-1 with Matt Leon" is a KYW Newsradio original podcast. You can follow the show on Twitter @1on1pod and you can follow Matt @MattLeon1060

Notes Of A Goon
Episode 111: Let Me Axe You Something

Notes Of A Goon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 77:57


Chris From Brooklyn is back at it again talking about the Connecticut Sun not being able to make sandwiches for all those homeless guys, the left playing fast and loose with the term "human trafficking", the man who terrorized a McDonalds with an axe, what's going on with Liechtenstein and so much more!Support Our SponsorsRockAuto.com - Head to Rock Auto to get the best deal on all your car part needs, no promo code because their prices are already that low, just tell them you heard about them on Notes Of A GoonEmail Your Ask The Goon Questions to: askthegoon@gmail.comFollow the host on social:Chris From Brooklyn Twitter https://twitter.com/ChrisFromBklynHigh Society Radio Instagram https://www.instagram.com/highsocietyradioHigh Society Radio YouTube http://bit.ly/HSRYoutubeHigh Society Radio Twitter https://twitter.com/HSRadioshowWebsite https://gasdigitalnetwork.com/gdn-show-channels/high-society-radio/Mike Harrington Twitter https://twitter.com/TheMHarringtonMike Harrington Instagram https://www.instagram.com/themharrington/Notes Of A Goon is a weekly podcast where Goon of note, Chris from BK sits down and yells about childhood trauma, how he'd fix the whole damn country, and all sorts of other bullshit. All while splitting a six pack with you the listener. Chris is joined by his stalwart producer and homeless weirdo Mike Harrington on this journey of self reflection and yelling. There's lots of yelling.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Wealth Without Bay Street
133. Entrepreneur Sells Amazon Store and Creates Two New Online Businesses

Wealth Without Bay Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 40:55


FREE report 7 Simple Steps to Becoming Your Own Banker -  http://7steps.ca/    Wealth Without Bay Street EPISODE 133: Featuring on today's episode is Nathan Hirsch. Nathan is a lifelong entrepreneur and currently the CEO of EcomBalance and Outsource School. Nathan started his first business in 2009 from his college dorm room buying and selling textbooks on Amazon. In the next 5 years, he expanded into other products and scaled it to over $25 million in total sales.  After scaling his Amazon business and hiring hundreds of virtual assistants from sites like Upwork and Fiverr, he and his business partner, Connor Gillivan, co-founded and scaled FreeUp.net with an initial $5,000 investment to $12 million in yearly sales. FreeUp was acquired in 2019 by The Hoth.  In 2020, Nathan co-founded Outsource School to offer his exact online hiring and management methods to business owners looking to build a remote team. Nathan scaled Outsource School to hundreds of members and it continues to grow today.  In 2021, Nathan co-founded EcomBalance, an online bookkeeping service to help eCommerce business owners better master their finances and bookkeeping. After interviewing 100+ eCommerce business owners, it was clear that there was a need for a better solution in the market. Nathan decided to tackle it and the company is growing quickly.  Originally from Massachusetts, Nathan is now a foster parent and lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife and two dogs.    IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN:  0:00 Introduction 1:50 Nathan's Entrepreneur Journey  5:39 About EcomBalance 10:03 Selling Free Up 13:57 Comparing Trends and Numbers 20:06 Know When to Go On and Stop 24:31 Working With Trial and Error 30:36 Having the Right Partner 38:41Who Would Nathan Want To Be a Hero To    Get Connected With Nathan:   phone:  413-250-0846 email:  nathan@ecombalance.com website: ecombalance.com  

Boogered-Up
Goon Season

Boogered-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 65:54


The goons are back and ready to rumble! This episode is CRAZY, including Travis having Covid, a 8 minute wedding, fantasy football, sex songs, and their favorite football players of all time! Don't you wish we could all just have a good conversation over a beer or 20? Look no further and grab a seat at the bar as Boogered up invites you in on conversation about topics every week and crazy stories from past adventures. Where the beer is cold and the takes are HOT! New episodes every Monday and Friday! Let's get crackin! Get your favorite podcasts merch here! www.boogereduppodcast.com Use BOOGEREDUP to receive 30% off your whole order at https://www.oldschoolhats.com/ Use BOOGEREDUP to receive 10% off all shop at https://vantageathletic.com/

Go On Say It
Once Upon A Time In Black Hollywood!

Go On Say It

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 7:53


“Black Hollywood” is a groundbreaking book which reimagines Hollywood's most beloved films, including Breakfast at Tiffany's, Singin' in the Rain, Mission: Impossible, Forrest Gump, and more. Visionary photographer Carell Augustus has created a “who's who” of today's Black entertainers recreating iconic cinematic scenes, renewing readers' appreciation of the past while asking questions about representation in media and inspiring the artists of the future. Carell Augustus is a Los Angeles-based photographer whose career has taken him around the world to shoot some of the biggest stars on the planet. His celebrity clients have included Beverly Johnson, Mariah Carey, Elizabeth Banks, Pierce Brosnan, Meghan Markle, Serena Williams, and Snoop Dogg, to name a few. Tune in and find out the process of this creation and why Black Hollywood is so impactful. On today's Go On Say It episode. Enjoy! As always, you can listen to every episode of “Go On, Say It,” with Jammy Kiggundu here. Follow us on Facebook here: @Jammy Kiggundu; @Jammy K Speaks; @Go On Say It; @tommy carell augustus Follow us on Instagram here: @goonsayit; @realjammyk; @carellaugustus_ ; @blackhollywoodproject Follow us on Twitter here: @JammyKSpeaks ; @CarellAugustus Follow us on Linkedin here: Jammy Kiggundu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

This Day In Funny
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This Day In Funny

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022


Notes Of A Goon
Episode 110: John P Ikea's Ottoman Empire

Notes Of A Goon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 113:53


Chris From Brooklyn is back at it again talking about The Taliban crashing a helicopter into their prison academy, why a dresser is the most important thing in a young mans life, why a wave of Hassidic Jews may be entering New York Schools, Chris' solution for both the migrant AND homeless crisis and so much more!Support Our Sponsorsyokratom.com - Click the link to get your $60 kilo today!Email Your Ask The Goon Questions to: askthegoon@gmail.comFollow the host on social:Chris From Brooklyn Twitter https://twitter.com/ChrisFromBklynHigh Society Radio Instagram https://www.instagram.com/highsocietyradioHigh Society Radio YouTube http://bit.ly/HSRYoutubeHigh Society Radio Twitter https://twitter.com/HSRadioshowWebsite https://gasdigitalnetwork.com/gdn-show-channels/high-society-radio/Mike Harrington Twitter https://twitter.com/TheMHarringtonMike Harrington Instagram https://www.instagram.com/themharrington/Notes Of A Goon is a weekly podcast where Goon of note, Chris from BK sits down and yells about childhood trauma, how he'd fix the whole damn country, and all sorts of other bullshit. All while splitting a six pack with you the listener. Chris is joined by his stalwart producer and homeless weirdo Mike Harrington on this journey of self reflection and yelling. There's lots of yelling.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Talk A Good Game
Talk A Good Game Episode 10 #TAGG

Talk A Good Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 59:39


After last week's technical glitch the Meath Chronicle Sports Podcast TALK A GOOD GAME #TAGG is back and is rammed full of quality reviews, previews and insight into the world of sport in Meath. On this week's show Jimmy & Fergal reflect on the weekend's hurling action and also look ahead to next weekend's football championship matches... GO ON ...GO ON ...GO ON ...GO ON ...GO ON ...HAVE A LISTEN

Records Revisited
Episode 253: Episode 253 – Kenny Becker of Goon discusses Pinback’s “Blue Screen Life”

Records Revisited

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 104:26


The guys are joined by repeat revisitor Ken Yates to discuss Pinback's second album “Blue Screen Life.” Plenty of discussion about Goon's new album “Hour of Green Evening,” what's an angel number, wired brains, John Carpenter, dropsy, electronic hand claps are sad, ochre and D&D, who was the Norwegian death metal band, and Wayne scored this on musicality and not lyrics?Check out Goon at: https://www.goonisaband.com/Check out Pinback at: https://pinback.bandcamp.com/Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/ or join our Patreon at patreon.com/RecordsRevisitedPodcast

Go On Say It
Behind the Smile

Go On Say It

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 61:02


Funny is in the building! Comedian and actor, Tony T. Roberts is “the comedians comedian.” Tony's television debut was on HBO's “DEF COMEDY JAM” followed by “IT'S SHOWTIME AT THE APOLLO” and “BET'S COMICVIEW.” In this episode, find out about the life of a professional comedian, how to properly develop a joke and what happens when comedians go Hollywood? I am proud to have Tony in studio sharing a wealth of information and of course, sharing a good laugh or three. Enjoy! As always, you can listen to every episode of “Go On, Say It,” with Jammy Kiggundu here. Follow us on Facebook here: Jammy Kiggundu | Facebook; Jammy K Speaks (facebook.com); Tony Roberts | Facebook Follow us on Instagram here: Go On Say It (@GoOnSayIt); Jammy Kiggundu (@realjammyk); Tony Roberts (@tonytroberts) • Follow us on Twitter here: Jammy Kiggundu (@JammyKSpeaks) / Twitter; Tony Roberts (@TonyTRoberts) / Twitter Follow us on LinkedIn here: (74) Jammy Kiggundu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

PenDust Radio
Dancing to Go On

PenDust Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 40:28


FICTION | PATTY SOMLO A former dancer and about-to-retire choreographer is surprised to receive a letter from a foreign country. The short, handwritten note rekindles memories of a love affair, and a separate friendship, decades before in Nicaragua. Her recollections spark insights that hadn't been apparent to her so long ago. The post Dancing to Go On appeared first on PenDust Radio.

Final Fights
Episode 54 (Goon - Doug Glatt vs. Ross Rhea)

Final Fights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 26:33


Mark and Megan discuss the wonderfully violent final fight between Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott) and Ross Rhea (Liev Schreiber) in the 2011 film Goon. Enjoy!

Notes Of A Goon
Episode 109: From Scottie Pippen to A GTA Stickup Man

Notes Of A Goon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 133:44


Chris From Brooklyn is back at it again talking about Michael Jordan's son keeping alive the family tradition of cucking Scottie Pippen, the burgeoning Kiev rave scene, how Ronald Regan tricked millions of 18 year old's into sacrificing their future for beers, a brazen daylight robber on the streets of New York and so much more!Support Our SponsorsYoDelta.com - Use promo code GAS for 25% off your order!Email Your Ask The Goon Questions to: askthegoon@gmail.comFollow the host on social:Chris From Brooklyn Twitter https://twitter.com/ChrisFromBklynHigh Society Radio Instagram https://www.instagram.com/highsocietyradioHigh Society Radio YouTube http://bit.ly/HSRYoutubeHigh Society Radio Twitter https://twitter.com/HSRadioshowWebsite https://gasdigitalnetwork.com/gdn-show-channels/high-society-radio/Mike Harrington Twitter https://twitter.com/TheMHarringtonMike Harrington Instagram https://www.instagram.com/themharrington/Notes Of A Goon is a weekly podcast where Goon of note, Chris from BK sits down and yells about childhood trauma, how he'd fix the whole damn country, and all sorts of other bullshit. All while splitting a six pack with you the listener. Chris is joined by his stalwart producer and homeless weirdo Mike Harrington on this journey of self reflection and yelling. There's lots of yelling.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology
The Will to Go On: Learning When to Let Go

Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 30:46


Listen to ASCO's Journal of Clinical Oncology essay, “The Will to Go On,” by Dr. Sumit Shah, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and Oncology and Medical Director of Digital Health at Stanford University School of Medicine. The reading is followed by an interview with host Dr. Lidia Schapira and essay author Dr. Shah. Dr. Shah explores a patient's will to live and recounts witnessing a powerful bond between a patient and her spouse. TRANSCRIPT Lidia Schapira: Welcome to JCO's Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology, brought to you by ASCO podcasts, which offer a range of educational and scientific content and enriching insight into the world of cancer care. You can find all of the shows including this one at podcast.asco.org.   I'm your host, Lidia Shapira, Associate Editor for Art of Oncology, and Professor of Medicine at Stanford. With me today is Dr. Sumit Shaw, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and Oncology and Medical Director of Digital Health at Stanford University School of Medicine. We'll be discussing his Art of Oncology article, ‘The Will to Go On.'   Full disclosures for our guests will be linked in the transcript and can be found on the article's publication page.   Sumit, welcome to our podcast!   Sumit Shaw: Thank you, Lidia! It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you so much for having me.   Lidia Schapira: It is our pleasure. So, before we start to discuss ‘The Will to Go On', I'd love to ask you a general question about what you read and what you're currently reading now, and what you can perhaps recommend to our listeners.   Sumit Shaw: Yeah, absolutely, Lidia. So, when I'm not reading randomized clinical trials in oncology, I try my best to read for enjoyment. I typically right before going to bed. I tend to gravitate towards work outside of medicine. Currently, I'm reading All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr, which is a World War 2 story told through the eyes of a blind French girl and a German boy in France and how their parallel paths eventually intersect.   Doerr writes so beautifully and uses language to create these very vivid scenes. It's really a remarkable masterpiece that's taken him over 10 years to write. So, it's quite extraordinary and highly recommended to our listeners and readers.   Lidia Schapira: Thank you! I love that book. I share your enthusiasm. Let's move now to your story, ‘The Will to Go On'. You describe an encounter with patient Diane and her husband during your 2-weeks stint as the attending physician in an academic oncology inpatient service.   So, let's start and unpack that for a moment. How do you envision that role in terms of your connection to patients? I've heard many colleagues who say that it's very difficult because they don't know these patients and they haven't cared for them. How can you introduce some humanism into that role?   Sumit Shaw: Yeah, absolutely, Lydia. So, we have several services that deal with just Oncology at Stanford. My favorite service is the teaching service where we're working with residents and interns and fellows, strictly with patients who have cancer.   It is a very emotionally charging month for our trainees. And a lot of my responsibility, I think, is actually keeping that dynamic and the culture of the team to be as positive as possible.   So, I have certainly a responsibility to my patients, which I think is really important, but really also to the trainees. And so, I think it's incredibly important that we model good behavior.   So, that's what I see as a large part of my job is really having these very difficult conversations with patients for the most part that we've never met because they're often treated by their own primary oncologist who's someone different than I, and oftentimes even more challenging given that they're typically coming in with a disease that we may not be even familiar with, given that we mostly subspecialize at Stanford as well.   So, that can be very difficult to meet a patient that you don't know as much about their disease and, too,  is that you don't know much about them as a person. And then to have to be the liaison between a patient's primary oncologist and what you think is best for them there in the hospital. But I do think that sitting by the bedside, maintaining eye contact with our patients, and putting your arm on them is so important, not only for the patient to feel that there's still a connection with not just you but their outpatient oncologist, but also for the house staff to see that, that there's so much about humanism in oncology that makes it such a special field.   Lidia Schapira: So, your patient Diane has metastatic lung cancer, and you are a GU medical oncologist, so that is a clear example of what you just told us. And you tell us that she's now admitted to the hospital having suffered many complications of that same immunotherapy that you say she had hoped would be her savior. Tell us a little bit about how you interpret your role as a teaching attending, and also, as a communicator with families when you see patients who are coming in, with toxicities from treatments and treatments that may end up being futile.   Sumit Shaw: I think one of the more challenging aspects of our jobs as oncologists is actually seeing patients that have complications from their own therapies as opposed to sick coming from cancer itself.   I think that it adds a layer of responsibility, and almost sometimes guilt that you may have brought this on. Obviously, these are not our intentions but we have to be so humble that our therapies can be incredibly toxic.   And we often talk about these drugs like immunotherapies, which are the brand-new shiny object in oncology, where everyone is talking about it because it's on every single commercial out there so patients really want it.   But we sometimes mitigate some of these symptoms and the side effects that can really affect our patients. So, it's interesting in the outpatient world, we talked about these drugs as potentially life-prolonging or potentially even life-saving. But we see the complications, you know, very closely in the inpatient setting.   So, we have to discuss and kind of realign expectations, and make sure that our patients are now aware that these drugs do have toxicities. But hopefully, we can try to overcome these toxicities and get you back to where you were before you came into the hospital.   Lidia Schapira: So, now let's go and meet Jim and Diane. Diane is your patient but Jim is an important character in your story. They've been married for over 50 years, and Diane is the one who is hospitalized with all the complications of treatment. And you talk about entering the room and you use the first person.   So, were you alone to meet, or did you have an entourage? I ask this because I've found and I think it's important to also address the difference between walking in alone or walking in as a team leader as you say, understanding that part of your role is to model behavior for your trainees.   Sumit Shaw: I actually did have an entourage with me. I feel that patients and families really appreciate that. I try to walk in last, typically when I go into a room, largely to empower the trainees to serve as the primary physicians.   And when things get a little bit more challenging in terms of discussions that require a certain level of understanding of oncology, I tend to step into that situation. But I won't forget standing in the corner of Diane's room, seeing Jim wheeled into the room and just seeing how these two individuals just looked at each other so intently, and you can just see visibly how much they missed each other based on the expression of their faces, and that something will always stay with me. But it was quite an incredible moment.   Lidia Schapira: So, you call a family meeting because you think that Diane's prognosis is very poor. And you want to have goals of care discussion. And so, by what you call a tiny hospital miracle in the pandemic, Jim, who is also a patient in the hospital waiting for cardiac devices wheeled in accompanied by his son, Diane is there with her daughter who's a nurse at the bedside. And you have a family meeting, which is actually the celebration of this reunion and a clear demonstration of their love. Tell us a little bit now looking back, what actually happened in that meeting?   Sumit Shaw: Yeah, so these meetings can be very difficult to navigate largely because traditionally, we're taught to ask these very open-ended questions to respect patient autonomy, and have patients make their own decisions about this very sacred question about what would you want to have done towards the end of life. These can be very, very difficult conversations to have, obviously.   But I also feel that this puts an undue burden on a lot of patients who may not have as much experience as we do in understanding the consequences of these decisions. So, for instance, especially in this DNR discussion, I tend to have less of an open-ended conversation with our patients.   So, I tend to be very direct and offer my recommendation, and then hope that the family would also be in agreement. And certainly, we put those questions out there to them and 9 times out of 10, they are in agreement. I think it was also very helpful that their daughter, Susan, was also in healthcare as a nurse, so she was able to understand some of the implications of this.   But these conversations can be very difficult in general but I do sense many times, I actually get a lot of comfort after these conversations because they often go relatively well and you can just see a sense of relief that's taken off the shoulders of our patients, that is actually very comforting to see.   Lidia Schapira: So, what makes this situation so special? The reason probably, and I'm going to ask you this question in a few minutes, that led you to want to write about it and share this experience with your colleagues is the dynamic between the two partners, right? And it looks like Jim perhaps had been the decision maker and Jim's input here was really important. And Jim wanted a quick resolution to this question. Tell us a little bit about how you felt watching that happen right in front of you.   Sumit Shaw: It was quite extraordinary in a lot of ways because you could see that Diane was very much dependent on Jim. Prior to her becoming sick, she was a very spry and spunky elderly woman. But you could see that she really deferred to Jim in a lot of ways and her children to explain to her what they thought was best for her. And so, when Jim was certain that they needed to make a decision right then, I actually was taken aback because I thought that it would take much longer given Diane's ambivalence about the situation in terms of, she was just really confused. She didn't know whether to be DNR denied. She didn't know whether to pursue comfort measures to keep on going. And I think Jim's reassurance really helped her.   Lidia Schapira: One of the things that made this meeting so special was that it appears that it was Jim's presence and his resolve to reach a resolution that moved the meeting along, and this is something that seems to have struck you, and you use the word in your essay that there was comfort in that. Can you tell our listeners a little bit more about how Jim sort of took the role to advance the conversation?   Sumit Shaw: Yes, it was very clear that Diane was not going to make a decision without Jim. Not only did Diane's daughter, Susan, mention this, but Diane herself said that she needed to have Jim in the room if she were going to make a decision about both the DNR status and about overall goals of care in terms of moving forward with comfort measures.   So, when Jim came into the room, it was very clear that she looked right to him whenever these questions were asked to her about what she should do next. You could just see that these two people knew each other so incredibly well and I just felt that she almost felt that Jim knew her better than she knew herself.   So, while we certainly want to respect patient autonomy, and we always wanted this to be Diane's decision, it was very clear that she was going to defer to Jim. It was beautiful in the sense that Jim was so resolute because he made a very clear decision that he thought would be best for her. And she agreed. And after that, there was no going back and revisiting this question.   It seemed that there was a burden that was lifted off her shoulders and she was able to even breathe a little bit more comfortably after hearing from him, and that was a really beautiful moment to witness.   Lidia Schapira: You have this beautiful phrase there when you say, ‘Husband and wife in matching hospital gowns embraced for the first time in weeks.' There's such warmth and there's so much love that you can even sense in the dialogue. So, you leave the room, and then what happens?   Sumit Shaw: So, we left the room, and I remember the entire team was talking about this beautiful interaction that we saw between two people. And then, the next morning, I come into the resident's room, and the resident looks at me incredibly forlornly and says, “Dr. Shaw, Jim died last evening.” I just couldn't believe it. I was shocked. I was in disbelief. We had just had this beautiful meeting and orchestration of getting two people together and witnessing it was almost like a beautiful ceremony in some senses in this reunification. And now to hear that Jim died the day before receiving a life-saving cardiac device was so troubling.   I think it raised a number of questions and emotions in my head. One was shocking disbelief as I discussed but two was gratitude that we were able to arrange for Jim and Diane to have that final moment together. Then three, I was just so worried about Diane and how she would react to this news. So, that's why I wanted to rush to her bedside as soon as possible to see how she was doing.   Lidia Schapira: And so you did! Did you go alone? Did you go with the team?   Sumit Shaw: At the time, I actually went alone, because the team was still rounding with other patients and I just felt an obligation to see her right away. So, I rushed to the bedside and it was very clear that she had already heard the news from her children. She was absolutely stunned and she was in a delirious state.   She wasn't able to verbalize and she was just faintly moaning and staring at the wall in front of her. It was a very difficult sight to see. And for me at that moment, I wanted to offer my condolences, of course, but I also think that there's a lot of importance in allowing families to have time and space to grieve. So, I tried to make myself a bystander as much as possible, not make myself the center of this conversation so I allowed them time to process.   Lidia Schapira: Witnessing is an important part of accompanying patients, right? As we're there, we're just we're present, we're maybe silent, we're just there expressing our support with compassion, and then we get to the end of this story, tell us what happened to Diane, and how that made you feel?   Sumit Shaw: So, after Diane received this news, she was obviously in shock. She continued to have very labored breathing, but we just discussed her prognosis the day before. And we had discussed that her timeline would likely be measured in weeks or months, potentially based on how she was looking.   And as oncologists, we're conditioned to know when death is imminent, typically within hours or days, and she did not have that look, which is why it truly shocked me just to learn hours later, while we are on rounds that a nurse paged us to tell us that Diane had just died.   And again, the same feelings of shock and disbelief, like, how could this be possible just hours after her husband passed? I think, again, many questions surfaced. The first question as a physician and as a scientist is to think about, ‘Well, was this brought on by a physiologic response? Could the stress of the news precipitate a hypertensive crisis, which led to flash pulmonary edema, and then hypoxia and arrhythmia, right?' We tend to try to create a story in our minds about how could this have happened and rationalize this. Could she have had Takotsubo cardiomyopathy - disease of the broken heart - or was there something that's within her that told her that now is a good time for her to pass? That's a question that I really struggled with for some time.   Lidia Schapira: How did you talk about it with the team?   Sumit Shaw: Yeah, I think one of the fundamental struggles in our profession is balancing the ego that's required to take responsibility for another person's life, with the humility to acknowledge that our therapies and our understanding of the human condition is very limited.   So, I think, when I was talking to the team, I felt that in this situation, I felt that no matter what we could have done medically for Diane in this hospitalization, either to keep her heart pumping or to keep on perfusing her organs, she was going to declare herself and that she decided that this is her time.   So, this is obviously very difficult for the house staff and for myself to really accept. You feel almost a sense of responsibility, but also you saw two beautiful patients getting together, and then 8 hours later, neither of them is around. It was truly a heartbreaking scene. But I asked that, you know, the House staff just to be kind to themselves and kind to each other. And also, just try to appreciate the beauty in what we saw as well.   Lidia Schapira: You write in your essay that this scene put into question for you, perhaps that the will to live or deciding to let go is more powerful than physiology that there's something else. In reflecting upon what you saw and what you witnessed there, has that changed a little bit how you approach the time that somebody lets go or how much power the mind has over the body's ability to be in this world?   Sumit Shaw: Yeah, I feel that it's really humbled me, I just feel that there are existential forces, beyond our therapies that really determine the longevity of life, and that it's made me realize that our therapies are very limited in their utility. And if a patient decides that they no longer want to keep going, and they have come to peace with the fact that this is the end of their life, they will make this decision.   We've all seen this as well in our own practices. The times that you come by the bedside of a dying patient and just hours after they meet with you and their family, and you let them know that it's okay, you see that they pass.   So, it's an extraordinary thing to witness and certainly, a privilege, and this concept of a will to live is a fascinating one that I read a lot about as well that really inspired me to look deeper into this subject.   Lidia Schapira: Years ago, there was a beautiful essay published in the Art of Oncology by Steve Greenberg. It talks about a physician who made a house call to a patient to basically allow her to die naturally. And he sat at her bedside, and whatever happened in that room led to her peaceful passing.   So, I think a lot of very thoughtful, humanistic physicians in our specialty have witnessed these moments, and they've been transformative, really.   So, my last question to you is, how did this encounter and this experience change you? And if it did, what do you now bring to the bedside or the next consultation that perhaps wasn't quite there before?   Sumit Shaw: So, this really inspired me to dive a little deeper into this concept of a will to live and really, truly try to understand that. There's actually a psychiatrist that I read about, that I believe, that you actually pointed to me towards is a psychiatrist named Harvey Chochinov..   He actually wrote about this concept of a will to live back in the late 90s and early 2000s. And his research was really at the crux of the death, dignity, and physician aid in dying, conversations that were being had in Oregon at the time. And Chochinov was able to identify certain positive factors that reinforce a will to live, such as a sense of well-being, low anxiety levels, a strong commitment to religion, or living with a spouse.   But unsurprisingly, he also found factors that erode the will to live. These include shortness of breath, and physical suffering, such as pain. But there are also some existential factors that also lead to an erosion of the will to live, including a loss of dignity, or a sense of being a burden to others, which also was a significant risk factor.   So, when I'm putting this together, for me, I tend to think about, are there things that we can mitigate, such as physical pain and shortness of breath to potentially improve a patient's will to live, or are these more existential and are those things that I cannot control, and maybe I should just be more okay with that as well. And I feel if the patient has come to a certain conclusion, I feel that I feel more comfortable now not trying to convince them otherwise and my job is to reassure them and let them know that we're going to care for them and respect their decision. So, I think that that's largely how this scene has really changed the way that I practice now.   Lidia Schapira: My really final question is what made you want to write about this, many people write to process experiences, but then to share it with colleagues and with people that you've never met.   Sumit Shaw: I actually remember going home that evening, after hearing about  both Jim and Diane. I went home to my three boys, and my wife, we were at the dinner table. And when my wife asked me, how was your day, and I probably responded with a typical, it was fine, pass the potatoes kind of comment.   And then, I said, ‘Wait, no, let me reflect. Actually, my day was not fine. I actually saw one of the most extraordinary scenes that I've ever witnessed in medicine so far.' So, when I told this to my wife, who's also a physician, she's the one that actually encouraged me to write about it, largely for two reasons.   One is to process, as you mentioned, it was very clear that this had a huge impact on me, but two is to remember this as a story. At the end of the day, our lives and our professions are a collection of stories and this is one of the more remarkable patient stories I've ever been a part of. So, that was a big part of it.   And then, the question about publishing, I think is an interesting one, especially in this day and age, because you can either publish in a forum like this, or you could also just tweet about it and get out to thousands of people within seconds at the click of a button. But I think that storytelling is so fundamental to the medical profession in a lot of ways, in the sense that we as doctors are really storytellers. We hear and tell stories of people afflicted with illness and we share this with others to teach and learn.   This goes back to our days in training when we were sitting in the resident room and the chief resident ask you to share a case. Essentially, we're telling a well-structured story of a person who fell sick, and using that experience to teach others.   So, I think by publishing, I'm hoping to share with the community of like-minded individuals to create a culture about sharing about medicine and to relate, and hopefully have people who can relate to my piece and reflect on it and perhaps encourage them to share their own stories with others, too.   Lidia Schapira: Well, thank you so much, Sumit! This has been a lovely conversation.   So, until next time, thank you for listening to JCO's Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology. Don't forget to give us a rating or review wherever you listen. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode.   JCO's Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology is just one of ASCO's many podcasts. You can find all of the shows at podcasts.asco.org.     The purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions.   Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guest statements on the podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement.  

RiYL
Episode 542: Kenny Becker (of Goon)

RiYL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 43:56


Paint By Numbers 1 was a pandemic album in just about every sense. Recorded at home with no budget, it was a band release in name only. Life intervened for Goon's members, effectively rendering it a solo release. Along the way, Goon reemerged as a full band, centered around Kenny Becker's song. The result is Hour of Green, an attempt to capture the quiet of suburban pre-dawn. Becker joins us to discuss Goon's evolution, painting and the power of metaphor. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

FightOnState.com
Nitwits Penn State Over Purdue Podcast W/ Goon

FightOnState.com

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 27:03


Former Nittany Lion Keith "Goon" Conlin joins the crew to discuss PSU's season-opening win over the Boilermakers

We Love Hip Hop
Nicki A Goon w/ Co-Host Dusty Wallace | We Love Hip Hop Podcast Bonus Episode

We Love Hip Hop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 83:34


Had to bring in the big dogs! Dusty Wallace came through to discuss some weekly news with us! Subscribe to our YouTube for videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSGbGTkweBvH79LnMha5bxg We Love Hip Hop: www.instagram.com/welovehiphopnetwork/ Friday: www.instagram.com/fridayrickydred/

Talkhouse Podcast
Doug Martsch (Built to Spill) with Kenny Becker (Goon)

Talkhouse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 39:13


On this week's Talkhouse Podcast we've got a couple of fantastic songwriters from the indie-rock world: Kenny Becker and Doug Martsch. Martsch I'm guessing our listeners will know as the chief songwriter and sole consistent member of Built to Spill, the band that made Boise, Idaho famous. Built to Spill has been an ongoing concern since the early 1990s, releasing a ton of great albums at a fairly leisurely pace, including stone classics like There's Nothing Wrong With Love and Keep it Like a Secret. The Built to Spill lineup has mutated a bunch of times over the years, and that's never been more true than for the genesis of their latest album, When the Wind Forgets Your Name. Writing and recording the album was done with members of the Brazilian band Orua, but the latest live lineup features Martsch alongside a pair of incredibly talented young women from up-and-coming bands: Prism Bitch's Teresa Esguerra and Blood Lemon's Melanie Radford. They bring a new energy to this storied band. Check out the hilarious video for “Fool's Gold” from When the Wind Forgets Your Name. Goon has a much shorter history than Built to Spill, having really started as Kenny Becker's solo project around 2015. Along with some college friends, Becker recorded Goon's dreamy debut album Heaven is Humming. But that lineup was slowly lost to attrition and now, like Martsch, Becker has an entirely new set of players alongside a brand new album, Hour of Green Evening. This new one was recorded in a more bandlike setting, as you'll hear in this chat, and Becker even had some help from Alex Fischel of Spoon. Check out the sweet and tender “Emily Says” from that new record. In this chat, Becker and Martsch talk about recording in a studio versus recording at home; they talk about finding those eureka moments in the studio, Built to Spill's recent cover of a Cate Le Bon song, and getting musical ideas from TikTok. Enjoy. Thanks for listening to the Talkhouse Podcast and thanks to Doug Martsch and Kenny Becker for chatting. If you like what you heard, please follow Talkhouse on your favorite podcasting platform, and check out all of the other Talkhouse network shows and written pieces at Talkhouse.com. This episode was produced by Myron Kaplan, and the Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by the Range. See you next time!

Go On Say It
Got to See It Through!

Go On Say It

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 62:07


NBA Forward Jarred Vanderbilt has a life plan and he's got to see it through. This former University of Kentucky basketball player, McDonald's All American, number 1 player in Texas, number 9 ranked player in the country, is still pushing for excellence. Jarred shares stories of his journey from grade school into professional sports. Tune in and find out who Jarred considers to be the greatest players and teams of all time and with everything on the line who is the one player Jarred would choose to shoot the game winning shots? On today's Go On Say It episode. Enjoy! As always, you can listen to every episode of “Go On, Say It,” with Jammy Kiggundu here. Follow us on Facebook here: @Jammy Kiggundu; @Jammy K Speaks; @Go On Say It; @jarredvanderbilt Follow us on Instagram here: @goonsayit; @realjammyk; @jvando_ ; @jarred-vanderbilt_foundation Follow us on Twitter here: @JammyKSpeaks ; @JVando Follow us on Linkedin here: Jammy Kiggundu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Notes Of A Goon
Episode 108: Clown College Sober

Notes Of A Goon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 102:43


Chris From Brooklyn is back at it again talking about Ashley Biden's diary being the new Hunter Biden's laptop, Kevin Sorbo and the worst tweet in history, people going buck wild over PPP loans and equating them to student debt forgiveness and so much more!Support Our SponsorsYoDelta.com - Use promo code GAS for 25% off your order!Get Tickets To Support The Goonsquad on Sunday: https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/1D005D139FCB1A93?_ga=2.176122086.536274961.1661976180-1742669203.1661976180Email Your Ask The Goon Questions to: askthegoon@gmail.comFollow the host on social:Chris From Brooklyn Twitter https://twitter.com/ChrisFromBklynHigh Society Radio Instagram https://www.instagram.com/highsocietyradioHigh Society Radio YouTube http://bit.ly/HSRYoutubeHigh Society Radio Twitter https://twitter.com/HSRadioshowWebsite https://gasdigitalnetwork.com/gdn-show-channels/high-society-radio/Mike Harrington Twitter https://twitter.com/TheMHarringtonMike Harrington Instagram https://www.instagram.com/themharrington/Notes Of A Goon is a weekly podcast where Goon of note, Chris from BK sits down and yells about childhood trauma, how he'd fix the whole damn country, and all sorts of other bullshit. All while splitting a six pack with you the listener. Chris is joined by his stalwart producer and homeless weirdo Mike Harrington on this journey of self reflection and yelling. There's lots of yelling.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

WASTOIDS
WASTOIDS With...Goon

WASTOIDS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 29:22


Today on WASTOIDS With, we're sitting down with songwriter and painter Kenny Becker of Los Angeles dream pop quartet Goon, who joins us for a discussion of the band's latest, Hour of Green Evening, the overlap between visual art and music, and one of the enduring loves of his life: playing The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on his N64.  You can check out some of Kenny's beautiful paintings right now over at WASTOIDS, as well as on the cover of Hour of Green Evening, which is available on Bandcamp, where you can pre-order a limited-edition green vinyl edition, standard black vinyl, cassette, and compact disc. Thanks for tuning into the WASTOIDS frequency, podcasts and videos from Hello Merch. Be sure to check out our other shows, Click Vortex, about our online rabbit hole wanderings, and The Spindle, a podcast about 7” records. Got a thought to share about your favorite N64 game, your favorite Goon tune, or anything else? Ring us up at 1-877-WASTOIDS and leave us a message. 

BJJ GOONS
164: Goon Life Ministries

BJJ GOONS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 32:36


Nico and Tim discuss how flexing makes it easy to get robbed, starting their own church, and the harsh financial realities of working at the gym full-time. Follow us on Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/bjjgoonspodcast Tim Spriggs Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timspriggsb...​ Nico Ball  Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/no_new_nico/ DO YOU WANT EXTRA EPISODES, MATCH BREAKDOWNS, AND TECHNIQUES? Join The GOON SQUAD on our PATREON https://www.patreon.com/BJJGOONS BJJ GOONS MERCH: https://www.favelajiujitsu.com/shop/​

Wrasslin' Raw
WWE Raw: December 2, 1996

Wrasslin' Raw

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 44:13


SHAKE THE BOOTY! In this episode of Wrasslin' Raw, the boys bear witness to a particularly poor episode of Monday Night Raw. Flash Funk gets pyro, Shawn Michaels has an apology to present to everyone, and The Goon is here to ruin everyone's good time. That trend continues with Fake Diesel, Jake “the Snake” Roberts, and the Mildman Marc Mero.  Some confusing events happened last Wednesday in London, but it's very clear that Tiny Tim has passed away and Jerry Lawler loves it. “I like my ukulele!”

What A Time To Be Alive
#250 World's Top Goon

What A Time To Be Alive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 86:47


Folks, on this week's episode we hear about a man who sailed a giant pumpkin down a river, how the guys from Britains famous 'the lads' meme received their own statue, why Mount Kilimanjaro now has wifi, two pilots who started fist fighting in the cockpit, and the man who won Montenegro's 12 annual Laying Down Competition. We are on Patreon! Become a patron for weekly bonus eps and more stuff!: www.patreon.com/whatatimepod Check out our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/whatatimetobealive Get one of our t-shirts, or other merch, using this link! https://whatatimepod.bigcartel.com/ whatatimepod.com Join our Discord chat here: discord.gg/jx7rB7J @pattymo // @kathbarbadoro // @eliyudin // @whatatimepod © 2022 What A Time LLC --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Magz FM
357: new Saul | Madlib | Ruby Goon | Oddity | Ezra Collective + more

Magz FM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 78:52


MAGZ FM RADIOPHILLY / 357 3070 - Without You, Within Me Volta Hymn - How Long SpaceWalker - Electric CityMandy ZA - Won't Let You Go Rosie From The Block - Believe In It Glenn Astro & Hulk Hodn - Deep (feat. AGGi) Sahra - Me and you ft. Bawo Ruby Goon - The Tide SAUL - Breaking Moon (ft aden) Ezra Collective - Life Goes On (ft. Sampa The Great)Rick Molley - 2100 AD ft Lebo Mashile Renny Noosa - More Bread (Action) Redeyes & 2b.Frank & aya dia - Kusama Declaime & Madlib - WunTwo ShawtysWeeat - Puxi Healing Kudu Joy - FalloutSagwa - soullette Mariya Takeuchi - Plastic Love Ne-Bur - Chillin with Nemuri KayamaSxvxnt - The VowMagro - Stagelife (feat. TwizzMatic) Supreme Gratitude - Hot Water The Luv Bug - You Change Feat. Pleasure P Oddity - Brighter DayCassy McCormack - Heaven KnowsWWW.MAGGYSROOFTOPAERIAL.COM

Go On Say It
ISAIAH WASHINGTON'S "Fambul Tok” (a conversation)

Go On Say It

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 44:56


Critically-acclaimed NAACP Image and SAG Award-Winning actor, producer, activist and author Isaiah Washington has been a star of stage, film, and television for nearly three decades. A veteran of several Spike Lee films, Washington has starred alongside such actors as Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford, Warren Beatty, George Clooney, William H. Macy, Steven Seagal, Jet Li, Halle Berry, and Jennifer Lopez, successfully carving a definitive niche for himself as a formidable talent. Through a natural progression, he branched into the development end of the business, including executive producing the critically acclaimed 2013 film “Blue Caprice.” The Texas native is best known for his roles as Dr. Preston Burke on the ABC's “Grey's Anatomy,” five seasons as Chancellor Thelonius Jaha on the CW Network and Netflix hit sci-fi series “The 100” and currently starring as Mayor Tydell Ruffin, Sr. on the STARZ mega-hit series “P-Valley.” Washington made his directorial debut writing and directing the much-anticipated upcoming movie “Corsicana” starring as the legendary Deputy US Marshal Bass Reeves. Washington stopped by for a great conversation about Corsicana, his experiences as a writer, director, actor, and humanitarian initiatives. As always, you can listen to every episode of “Go On, Say It,” with Jammy Kiggundu here. Follow us on Facebook here: @Jammy Kiggundu; @Jammy K Speaks; @Go On Say It; @IsaiahWashington Follow us on Instagram here: @goonsayit; @realjammyk; @therealisaiahwashington Follow us on Twitter here: @JammyKSpeaks ; @IWashington Follow us on Linkedin here: Jammy Kiggundu Follow Isaiah on Truth Social here: @IWashington1963 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The RollBack's Podcast
Goon Podcast Review

The RollBack's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 27:07


One of the most under rated sports films ever, we are here to talk about Goon.

Notes Of A Goon
Episode 107: Micael Jordan's Gambling Debts Started The War In Ukraine with bonus interview with Harvard research fellow Dr Martin Rooke

Notes Of A Goon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 173:42


Chris From Brooklyn is back at it again talking about Chris curing Harrington's nasty vape addiction, Deshaun Watson's suspension and how it may effect the Goon Squad, the wildest post fight presser in history, the return of Mikey and The Goon and so much more!Chris also sits down for an interview with Martin Rooke who's actively researching misinformation growth and conspiracy theory spread on platforms like Telegram and the wider internet in general. follow the guest @DrMRooke on twitterIf you're annoyed this show came out late, initialy didn't have a title or there aren't any edits or audio fixes in the interview please contact stalwartly ineffective producer Mikey Harrington on social media and tell himSupport Our SponsorsRockAuto.com - Head to Rock Auto to get the best deal on all your car part needs, no promo code because their prices are already that low, just tell them you heard about them on Notes Of A GoonEmail Your Ask The Goon Questions to: askthegoon@gmail.comFollow the host on social:Chris From Brooklyn Twitter https://twitter.com/ChrisFromBklynHigh Society Radio Instagram https://www.instagram.com/highsocietyradioHigh Society Radio YouTube http://bit.ly/HSRYoutubeHigh Society Radio Twitter https://twitter.com/HSRadioshowWebsite https://gasdigitalnetwork.com/gdn-show-channels/high-society-radio/Mike Harrington Twitter https://twitter.com/TheMHarringtonMike Harrington Instagram https://www.instagram.com/themharrington/Notes Of A Goon is a weekly podcast where Goon of note, Chris from BK sits down and yells about childhood trauma, how he'd fix the whole damn country, and all sorts of other bullshit. All while splitting a six pack with you the listener. Chris is joined by his stalwart producer and homeless weirdo Mike Harrington on this journey of self reflection and yelling. There's lots of yelling.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Go On Say It
Why Did I Get Married? (PART 2)

Go On Say It

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 54:25


(Part 2) In this continuation of our deep discussions, we explore what causes women to be unfaithful. We also discuss romance, dangerous situations women can find themselves in, spousal approval of ladies friends, and many more interesting topics. Ne'Keshia Dawson-Jabbar, Donna Suttles, Cheryl Wilson, Kenecia Taylor, and Temeka Thompson share their personal experiences and let their hair down for this second discussion sharing knowledge and a laugh or two. As always, you can listen to every episode of “Go On, Say It,” with Jammy Kiggundu here.Follow us on Facebook here: @Jammy Kiggundu; @Jammy K Speaks; @Go On Say It; @marriagetakeover; @lifecoachingwithdeedee; Kenecia Taylor; NeKeshia Dawson-Jabbar; Cheryl Troutman Wilson Follow us on Instagram here: @goonsayit; @realjammyk; @marriagetakeover; @lifecoachingwithdeedee; @mskeedoeshair; @kekejabbar; @cherylgirl70 Follow us on Twitter here: @JammyKSpeaks ; @marriagetakeover ; @lifecoachingwithdeedee; Follow us on Linkedin here: Jammy Kiggundu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Comic Book Noise Family
Indie Comic Book Noise Episode 509 – Plane Crazy

Comic Book Noise Family

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022


Kevin needs a summer breeze to wake him up as Phil and Andy are here to ramble about news and comic books. Rambling News: Eric Powell's Goon on Netflix Larry Hama Eisner Hall of Fame Darkwing Duck new title from Dynamite Entertainment Andy trashes the beloved Ducks Best and Worst Manga Panel from SDCC as […] The post Indie Comic Book Noise Episode 509 – Plane Crazy first appeared on Indie Comic Book Noise.

Paydirt: A Penn State Football Show
Ep 65 | PAYDIRT: Keith "Goon" Conlin

Paydirt: A Penn State Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 40:54


On Episode 65 of PAYDIRT, Matt is joined by former Penn State OL Keith “Goon” Conlin! Keith relives the success of his Nittany Lion football teams in the 1990's. Conlin also shares his thoughts how the program's legacy has been handled since Joe Paterno's passing, especially by Bill O'Brien and current head coach James Franklin. Visit bleav.com/podcast-show/paydirt-a-penn-state-football-show/ for more information on the show, and other places to listen. New episodes of the podcast premiere on Wednesday mornings. Don't forget to subscribe, comment, and like us! PAYDIRT is now syndicated on ESPN State College! Visit www.foreverstatecollege.com to learn more. The show airs on Thursdays from 3pm-4pm EST until the Penn State football regular season begins. The show will still become available in podcast form on Wednesdays on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, and wherever else you get your podcasts!   (Stock Music provided by ikoliks, from Pond5) #weare #pennstate #collegefootball   For more information on Funk Brewing, visit funkbrewing.com For more information on BetOnline, visit betonline.ag For more information on Official PAYDIRT merchandise, visit https://shop.bleav.com/?_search=paydirt Visit SmackApparel.com and use the promo code PAYDIRT at checkout for 10% off your order! Visit MaestrosClassic.com and use the promo code PAYDIRT15 at checkout for 15% off your order!

Go On Say It
Why Did I Get Married? (PART 1)

Go On Say It

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 53:28


(Part 1) A discussion with five dynamic women, so what could possibly go wrong? Our conversation spans men who ignore wedding rings, dealing with attraction, awful approaches to women verses successful way, and real intimacy. How do couples keep the romantic spark burning? Why do women choose a life partner? The discussion was so interesting and informative, we decided to have a two-segment show. Ne'Keshia Dawson-Jabbar, Donna Suttles, Cheryl Wilson, Kenecia Taylor, and Temeka Thompson share their personal experiences and let their hair down for this discussion sharing knowledge and a laugh or two. As always, you can listen to every episode of “Go On, Say It,” with Jammy Kiggundu here. Follow us on Facebook here: @Jammy Kiggundu; @Jammy K Speaks; @Go On Say It; @marriagetakeover; @lifecoachingwithdeedee; Kenecia Taylor; NeKeshia Dawson-Jabbar; Cheryl Troutman Wilson Follow us on Instagram here: @goonsayit; @realjammyk; @marriagetakeover; @lifecoachingwithdeedee; @mskeedoeshair; @kekejabbar; @cherylgirl70 Follow us on Twitter here: @JammyKSpeaks ; @marriagetakeover ; @lifecoachingwithdeedee; Follow us on Linkedin here: Jammy Kiggundu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

AIN'T THAT SWELL
CHOPES AWAY! It's game on at The End of the Road, but will Tandem Surfing's Inclusion to the 2024 Paris Games Trump the Wozzle's Showpiece in Tahiti?

AIN'T THAT SWELL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 82:21


Before we consider the ramifications of the year's final CT event, shouldn't we consider the audience growth potential of Tandem Surfing's inclusion at the next Olympics? Shouldn't we pontificate on the possibility of Kelly Slater replacing one of our beloved Woz commentator's for next year's broadcasts? And don't we owe it to ourselves to explore what happened to CJ Hobgood when he entered the multi-verse of madness via a glitch cone in 2010 only to find himself in Maurice Cole's rave cave? The answer to all the above is YES and the two-time Gold Cone Piece winner and his Goon mate have already purchased two-for-one priced shovels from Bunnings and are breaking dirt as we speak to get to the bottom of all this and more. Eureka cunts, it's a Swellian classic!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Notes Of A Goon
Episode 106: Free Pie

Notes Of A Goon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 98:43


Chris From Brooklyn is back at it again talking about Harrington quitting vaping against his will, the relationship get out of jail free card that is roasted tomato sauce, an Ask The Goon about Hills To Die On, the plan to use a knife missile to cash in a 3 million dollar bounty and so much more!Support Our SponsorsYoDelta.com - Use promo code GAS for 25% off your order!Email Your Ask The Goon Questions to: askthegoon@gmail.comFollow the host on social:Chris From Brooklyn Twitter https://twitter.com/ChrisFromBklynHigh Society Radio Instagram https://www.instagram.com/highsocietyradioHigh Society Radio YouTube http://bit.ly/HSRYoutubeHigh Society Radio Twitter https://twitter.com/HSRadioshowWebsite https://gasdigitalnetwork.com/gdn-show-channels/high-society-radio/Mike Harrington Twitter https://twitter.com/TheMHarringtonMike Harrington Instagram https://www.instagram.com/themharrington/Notes Of A Goon is a weekly podcast where Goon of note, Chris from BK sits down and yells about childhood trauma, how he'd fix the whole damn country, and all sorts of other bullshit. All while splitting a six pack with you the listener. Chris is joined by his stalwart producer and homeless weirdo Mike Harrington on this journey of self reflection and yelling. There's lots of yelling.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Notes Of A Goon
Episode 105B AAA Is The Mafia

Notes Of A Goon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 46:51


Chris From Brooklyn is back at it again talking about Nancy Pelosi playing chicken with WW3, and Ask The Goon about Shrooms, and update on man milk and how it may create a race of super babies, Harrington playing knifey spoony with a tow truck driver and so much more!Support Our SponsorsRockAuto.com - Head to Rock Auto to get the best deal on all your car part needs, no promo code because their prices are already that low, just tell them you heard about them on Notes Of A GoonEmail Your Ask The Goon Questions to: askthegoon@gmail.comFollow the host on social:Chris From Brooklyn Twitter https://twitter.com/ChrisFromBklynHigh Society Radio Instagram https://www.instagram.com/highsocietyradioHigh Society Radio YouTube http://bit.ly/HSRYoutubeHigh Society Radio Twitter https://twitter.com/HSRadioshowWebsite https://gasdigitalnetwork.com/gdn-show-channels/high-society-radio/Mike Harrington Twitter https://twitter.com/TheMHarringtonMike Harrington Instagram https://www.instagram.com/themharrington/Notes Of A Goon is a weekly podcast where Goon of note, Chris from BK sits down and yells about childhood trauma, how he'd fix the whole damn country, and all sorts of other bullshit. All while splitting a six pack with you the listener. Chris is joined by his stalwart producer and homeless weirdo Mike Harrington on this journey of self reflection and yelling. There's lots of yelling.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Geek Shock
Geek Shock #650 - Nerd Funk Is Neutral Bouyant

Geek Shock

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 128:19


This week, we talk about Sandman, the Guardians of the Galaxy video game, Bullet Train, Prey, Mad God, Dune Imperium, Mandy, Grey Man, Primal, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, The Great Race, Majestic ARG, the Pac-Man movie, a robot takes revenge at a chess match against a child, Marvel phases 5 and 6, Nichelle Nichols, David Warner, Jane, The Goon, Alice is Missing, and Red Light/Green Light (nearly derailed by a tin of cookies) featuring Hysteria!, Max Headroom, The Atlas Six, and Ramirez. So let the student become the master, it's time for a Geek Shock!

Doc G
The Doc G Show August 10th 2022 (Featuring Goon)

Doc G

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 135:39


The Doc invites Kenny Becker and Tamara Simons from the fantastic band Goon! The three discuss the release of their new album, playing music throughout the pandemic, Laker's Basketball, musical inspirations, support from Reggie Watts, touring, pets and much much more! Monologue (Finding 7-year old inside of us): 0:00:21 Birthday Suit 1: 12:24 Ripped from the Headlines: 16:22 Goon - Angelnumber 1210: 32:14 Shoutouts: 39:47 Previously on the Doc G Show: 41:43 Miscellaneous File: 44:37 Quickhitters: 55:15 Goon Interview: 1:00:09 Goon - Bend Back: 1:51:29 The Doc G Top 3 (animals as pets): 1:57:06 Birthday Suit 2: 2:06:44 Birthday Suit 3: 2:09:47

Notes Of A Goon
Episode 105A: A Classic Interview With Philip K Howard (Re-Release)

Notes Of A Goon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 40:36


Hey Folks, Chris From BKLYN was delayed getting back from Las Vegas so we couldn't get an episode in the can for midnight but we didn't want to leave you hanging so while you wait for our new episode later this week, check out this classic "High Society Radio Presents: The Chris From Brooklyn Bonus Content Funtime Interview With Philip K. Howard.Original Description:BK Chris interviews author and attorney Philip K Howard about his work and new book, The Rule of Nobody: Saving America from Dead Laws and Government. You may know Philip from his appearances on The Daily Show.Philip K Howard Twitter: https://twitter.com/philipkhowardPhilip K Howard Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Common-Good/198065950226193See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Dean Delray's LET THERE BE TALK
#656 : Kenny Becker from the band Goon

Dean Delray's LET THERE BE TALK

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 65:55


Today is new music day with Kenny Becker of the Los Angeles band Goon. Kenny stops by and talks all about Goon's new record Hour Of Green that came out last Friday, July 15th 2022. Goon is a fantastic indie band that is drawing love from everyone all over town including Reggie Watts. Make sure you also check out their other record Heaven is Humming. Kenny not only writes the songs but he also does all the artwork for the band. Help spread the word of new music. DDR