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Ep. 743 - 90 Day Fiance - S9E12- Different Ex-pectations & Family Chantel S4EP5 - Unusual and Highly Suspect Mohammed is desperate for green card, Jibri receives words of wisdom from Grandma. Thais thinks John is talking smack about her. Bhilal's ex-wife comes guns blazing. Family Chantel - S4EP5 - Unusual and Highly Suspect Winter is ready to start dating, Pedro and Chantel blow up and Alejandro shows up. Vote for the Podcast: https://etobicoke.communityvotes.com/2022/06/sports-recreation-and-fitness/radio-stations Coupon Queen Pin Links: Instagram @couponqueenpin001 Twitter: CouponQueenPin www.Anchor.fm/cqpmoments https://anchor.fm/queenpinandwingman100 Intro: KC from Chef Salty Pork Clubhouse: @angelicavg Facebook: @alittlebitofeverythingwithme Instagram: @alittlebitofeverythingwithme Merch Line IG: @avgest2020 Website: www.everythingwithange.com Buy me a Coffee: Ko-fi.com/everythingwithange Search: A Little Bit Of Everything With Me! on 20 podcast platforms Link in Bio! Website: anchor.fm/everythingwithange #90dayfiance #90dayfiancetheotherway #90dayfiancefans #90dayfiancerecap #podcasting #cohosting #realitytvrecap #90day #90dayfiancé #90dayhappilyeverafter #happilyeverafter #90dayfiancee #90dayfiance_ #podcastermom #podcastersofinstagram #applepodcast #iheartradiopodcast #spotifypodcast #googlepodcasts #podcast #podcasting #torontopodcast #torontotalkshow #podcaster #realitytv #tlc #thecoop #coop --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/everythingwithange/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everythingwithange/support
This episode is also brought to you by Sendlane. Baking cookies for the holidays as a family tradition impressed friends so much that it became a business, says Hans Schrei, Co-founder of Wunderkeks, a brand that bakes and ships cookies nationwide. Hans looks back at that time as stressful because the business grew too fast. Thankfully help arrived with the arrival of his co-founder Luis Gramajo. The pair met via the Tinder dating app in their native Guatemala. Luis, who had a photography business at the time, saw the potential in Wunderkeks but also could tell Hans was struggling. "I immediately thought he was exhausted and needed some help," Luis says. "Thankfully, with photography, my hours were very flexible. ... He trusted me, and we started working together very well. ... We didn't force anything to happen, but we started noticing that his strengths and my strengths were very different, and they complimented each other." Wunderkeks got started in farmers' markets, which provided the two with all the customer feedback they needed. "You had direct contact with your customers, and you can do lots of market research," Luis says. "You can ask them what flavors they want, what product size... they can even look at them." The brand started in 2019, but ironically, the COVID pandemic triggered the fastest growth. The pair was poised to have a pop-up store at South by Southwest in Austin, but the event was canceled at the last minute because of the lockdown. The cookies were already made, so Hans and Luis pivoted and promoted it all social. Thanks to retweets, orders came flying in. The pair says they learned early on that the key to success was focusing on one product and doing it well. "We like to ask people, okay, let's try this cookie and tell me if it's the best chocolate chip cookie you've ever had," Hans says. "Then we're like, Oh, my God, I give you that one. It's delicious." In Part 1, Luis and Hans talk about: * Gratitude for the support they gave each other when creating the business. * How they met via a dating app. * How their complementary skills helped. * The pros of using farmers' markets. * How a canceled pop-up store helped trigger growth. * The focus on a single product. Join Ramon Vela and Hans Schrei as they break down the inside story on The Story of a Brand. For more on Wunderkeks, visit: https://wunderkeks.com/ Subscribe and Listen to the podcast on all major apps. Simply search for “The Story of a Brand,” or click here to listen on your favorite podcast player: Listen now. * This episode is also brought to you by Sendlane. Alright guys here's the deal: I have a gift for you from our primary Sponsor — Sendlane. They're giving away their online course eCommerce Academy - Email & SMS Marketing! This course gives you the step-by-step playbook to driving more revenue and retention with email & SMS. This is normally a $500 package but for our listeners it's entirely FREE when you get started with your FREE 14-day trial of Sendlane. When you do, chat in to their support team and let them know you're one of our listeners to get full access to hours of course content that will help you make email marketing your #1 growth engine. Visit https://storybrandgift.com to get the details, sign up for a free trial and get your gift!
"When it's race time, we're competitive. I'm never just going to let Annie win! But it's also really fun that when the race is over, we get to celebrate together regardless of how it went." Annie Frisbie and Dakotah Lindwurm have a lot in common. They train together as members of Minnesota Distance Elite. They're both sponsored by Puma. And they're both chill, low key, and low profile in their everyday lives — but when it's marathon go time, they unleash their superpowers. This week on Friendship Fest, Annie (a 2:26 marathoner who made her 26.2-mile debut at the New York City Marathon last year) and Dakotah (who just won Grandma's Marathon in a personal best of 2:25) talk about how they met, how they bond during weekend long runs (by refusing to slow down for the boys), and how they find joy in racing. Plus, what's next for each of them. SPONSOR: Tracksmith. Click here and use code ALI22 to get free shipping. Plus, Tracksmith will donate 5% of your purchase proceeds to The Trevor Project. What you'll get on this episode: Dakotah's story of doing the Macarena mid-marathon (4:45) How Annie and Dakotah met (6:00) How and why Annie and Dakotah each signed with Puma (9:45) Would Annie and Dakotah rather race together and race each other, or be on the sidelines to cheer on their friend? (12:45) Dakotah recaps her recent win at Grandma's Marathon — and Annie talks about what it was like watching from afar (15:10) All about Annie's recent races (20:30) What's coming up for Annie and Dakotah? (24:30) What Annie and Dakotah are like on the run and off (26:00) Looking back at Boston 2022 (31:10) How Annie and Dakotah's friendship has progressed over the years, and what they're each like on race day (38:40) Dakotah and Annie share the moments when they've felt proudest of each other (48:15) For more, check out: Dakotah Lindwurm on Episode 467 of the Ali on the Run Show Annie Frisbie on Episode 478 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Dakotah: Instagram @dakotahlindwurm Follow Annie: Instagram @anniefrisb3 Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
I'm Chris Villanueva, the host of this podcast and co-founder of Let's Eat, Grandma, a resume service designed to help job seekers get more interviews. Listen up. You're probably including too much on your resume. Yes, you. I'm actually talking to you. Because you are an accomplished son of a gun who has done a lot in your career. You're listening to this podcast because you're a go-getter. You're listening to this podcast because you are a career warrior. And that comes with a risk, which is the likelihood that you have too much on your resume. Well, today we're going to discuss why you should only include 10% of yourself on your resume, and how that will ironically make you stand out. I sat down again with David Fano, serial entrepreneur and former WeWork executive. His latest venture, Teal, helps people optimize their job search by providing the level of tooling and infrastructure that companies have but for the individual professional. In just over a year, Teal has grown to a community of over 65,000 users committed to advancing their careers.Resources:Get more help on your applications from Let's Eat, GrandmaConnect with David on LinkedInCheck out TealFollow us:Follow Let's Eat, Grandma on LinkedInCheck us out on InstagramSubscribe to Let's Eat, Grandma's YouTube channel for video podcast highlights See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Conscience Soufie a le plaisir de vous proposer de clore ensemble la saison 2021-2022 par un cercle d'échange centré sur Ibn ‘Arabî et son œuvre. En septembre 2021, nous avions consacré notre rentrée à Muhyî al-Dîn Ibn ‘Arabî (1165-1240), le « Grand Maître » (al-Shaykh al-Akbar) de la spiritualité et de l'ésotérisme islamiques. Nous vous avions exposé quelques facettes de son vaste enseignement, tout aussi riche que subtil, et nous vous avions fourni, en toute humilité, quelques clés afin d'y pénétrer. Les conférences et les nombreux articles publiés lors de ces événements, ont été largement suivis et partagés, et n'ont pas manqué de susciter de la curiosité, des interrogations et l'envie d'aller plus loin encore. Nous avons donc décider d'inviter trois des intervenants des conférences de septembre 2021 pour un cercle d'échange ouvert et convivial : Grégory Vandamme, Rim Feriani et Denis Gril. Afin de vous replonger dans l'univers d'Ibn ‘Arabî en amont de ce cercle d'échange, nous vous invitons à retrouver notre dossier spécial « Muhyî al-Dîn Ibn ‘Arabî » sur notre site : https://consciencesoufie.com/muhyi-al-din-ibn-arabi/ Nous avons mis également à votre disposition une bibliographie dédiée à Ibn ‘Arabî sur notre site : https://consciencesoufie.com/une-petite-histoire-des-etudes-akbariennes-en-occident/ Pour plus d'informations visitez notre site: consciencesoufie.com/
Bible Reading: Matthew 11:28-30; John 6:37-40The wind lashed at Sam's hair, and salt water splashed on his face as the boat approached Liberty Island in New York Harbor. "Look! There she is," Sam said, pointing to the Statue of Liberty. He stood at the rail as they got closer."I've heard this area called the Gateway to Freedom," Grandma said as the boat docked. "Isn't the Statue of Liberty beautiful?" "My grandparents certainly thought so," said Grandpa. "I remember them telling me what it was like to come to America from the Netherlands. They said the Statue of Liberty was the first sight to welcome them to a new land.""I'll bet they were glad to get here," said Sam.Grandpa nodded. "Yes, they were. They were also glad when they became citizens of this country a few years later.""Do you know the poem written on a plaque at the base of the statue?" Sam asked. "Mrs. Croy had our class memorize part of it. It says, 'Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.'" Sam looked up at the top of the statue. "Mrs. Croy says there are still lots of people from other countries who come here looking for peace and freedom.""Yes," said Grandpa as they left the boat. "Since so many people want to come to America, our government puts a limit on how many are allowed in. The door is no longer open to everyone.""I know," said Sam. "Mrs. Croy told us criminals aren't accepted. And she said there's a limit to the number of people that can come each year from any one region.""I'm reminded of another gateway to freedom--one that is open to all who come," said Grandpa. "Jesus invites everyone to come to Him. Those who trust Him as their Savior are granted freedom from sin and Satan's power and can rest in God's peace as they walk with Him each day.""And we're granted citizenship in heaven," added Grandma.Sam nodded, then pointed toward a tour group. "Let's go!" he said. "A tour is starting, and I want to see that plaque with the poem." -Jan L. HansenHow About You?Is your citizenship in heaven? Have you come to Jesus, trusting Him to save you from sin and give you eternal life? God's offer is open to everyone, and there's no limit to the number of people He will accept. No one has done anything that cannot be forgiven. Come to Jesus today, and He will welcome you into His kingdom. To learn more, click the "Good News!" button in the right column of this page.Today's Key Verse:Our citizenship is in heaven, and we eagerly wait for a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ. (CSB) (Philippians 3:20)Today's Key Thought:You can be a citizen of heaven
In the wake of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision to reverse Roe vs. Wade, many have foreseen, rightly so, a rise in illegal abortions. It won't be your grandma's illegal abortion, though. A lot's changed since 1973. In this episode, a re-release of Number 15: Terminations & Initiations, Olivia tells the story of getting an abortion in a country where it was against the law. Fewer coat-hangers, more ulcer medication, but still scary. Still not what we want for anyone else to go through, ever. So, listen to this episode and let the reality sink in. Then, let's figure out what we're going to do about these fascists. *** More about the podcast: whatsyournumberpod.com Follow us on IG: @whatsyournumberpod *** Music is "Paint" and "Good Boy" by No Fancy. Artwork by Anastasia Papapavlou.
This morning, Kem is joined in the debrief room by Sian Welby and Melvin Odoom. They take a guess at who they think might be about to have their head turned, plus it's time to vote for another grafter of the week.So last night we saw Charlie and Antigoni pack their bags but it won't be long before there are new names written on the end of their beds… because we are heading into Casa Amor territory people!That's right… THIS IS NOT A DRILL!The girls head off on what they THINK is a gals cocktail night, only to find their cars pulling up to the infamous second villa…will Danica finally meet the man of her dreams? Back at the villa, the boys are wondering what to do without the girls. They better figure something out…it's gonna be a while! Make sure you let us know which couples you think are in trouble! You can tweet the hashtag love island podcast OR post in the love island tv sub reddit. Love Island: The Morning After is produced by Pineapple Audio Production for ITV.
THE BOYS ARE BACK FOR LIKE THE 12TH TIME IN A ROW BUT WHO THE HECK IS COUNTING?! We talk about a blockbuster nut heist by a rag tag gang of squirrels, a Mexican restaurant with impeccably clean floors, and a Brazilian woman with low self esteem when it comes to flatulence. This one is your regular ole off the rails goodness. Ahhhhh feels just like Grandma's pie. 0:00 Cold Open 3:20 Intro 6:16 Ale Time 16:48 The Nut Job 23:58 La Bleach 33:22 Marshmallow Mouth 41:44 Make America Fart Again 55:58 Close Send us emails! firstname.lastname@example.org Tik Tok: @adamalsoandy Facebook: @adamalsoandy Twitter: @adamalsoandy Instragram: @adamalsoandy Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0wWImCkh76lpYmGdmXzrQZ iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/adam-and-andy/id1529984241 adam-andy.com
Dakota Lindwurm played hockey every free moment she had as a kid and dreamed of becoming a professional goalie. When her mom worried she was getting a little too obsessed, she told her she needed to add another sport for balance. Lucky for us, Dakotah chose running because she brings huge passion & joy to our sport. Dakotah managed to rock the Macarena at mile 24 of Grandma's Marathon 2022 while defending her title and running 2:25:01—the 12th fastest women's American marathon time ever! Dakotah was a walk-on at Northern State where she had to convince her coach, Kevin Bjerke, to take a chance on her before becoming a 2X D2 All-American. He became her biggest advocate, helped her to dream big, and convinced her she could make the Olympic Trials as a marathoner. Next, Dakotah connected with Minnesota Distance Elite Team and current coach, Chris Lundstrum, who is now working with her to chase down even bigger dreams. We discuss: key coaches/mentors: Andy Forbort, Kevin Bjerke, Chris Lundstrum; the gift of self-belief; becoming a biology teacher vs pursuing her dream; betting on herself and convincing others to get on board; Hawi Management & her Puma deal; learnings from CIM; her first marathon finish; getting the A-standard OTQ at Grandma's; the Atlanta Olympic Trials experience; race day feels from a 2:25; mantras; what's next; community service; & so much more! What makes Dakotah so easy to root for is that she loves to take big swings: "When I toe the line, I dare greatly. I push the envelope every time and try to find the top end of my fitness. I give myself the best shot to have the best day—which means I have a lot of bad days, but all of those bad days are worth one of these great days." Dakotah is a rockstar & I'm so grateful for the positive energy shared and the many great takeaways in this one! If you enjoy the episode, it would mean the world to me if you would rate the podcast or write a review and share feedback wherever you get your podcast groove on. Connect With Dakotah: Instagram: @dakotahlindwurm Connect With Ron: Personal Instagram: @ronrunsnyc Podcast Instagram: @runchats_with_ronrunsnyc Facebook: https://fb.me/runchats Website: https://ronrunsnyc.com ---- Produced by: David Margittai | In Post Media Website: https://www.inpostmedia.com Email: email@example.com Social: @_margittai © 2022 Ron Romano
In this episode: - Grieving Mom's Questions - Doggy Decisions- Estranged Brother - Neurological Pain Healing- Deceased Grandma AdvicePlease call in with your question next week. Thursdays at 8pm ET, 7pm CT, 5pm PT. (667) 770-1476 Access Code: 483620# And, please leave a five-star review and subscribe so you can hear all the new episodes. http://www.ratethispodcast.com/julie For more information go to http://www.askjulieryan.com
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Most people think they know what debt free means. As soon as all your loans are paid off, you're debt-free, right? Unfortunately, that's not true. You can't escape debt. It's all around you and will always be a part of your life. In this episode, you'll find out why that doesn't have to be a bad thing—and how to deal with debt in a responsible way that lets you build long-term wealth. Want better financial health by finally understanding debt? Listen now! Show highlights include: Why the difference between “good debt” and “bad debt” is an illusion (and how the responsible way to deal with debt anyways) (3:55) Why many people in the U.S. can never pay off their debt (8:00) 3 words on every dollar bill that tell you who owes you money (11:48) One question that shows you if your bank accounts are leading to higher prices and more bankruptcies (16:21) Remember to download Grandma's Top Tips for an Independent Financial Future by dropping into https://grandmaswealthwisdom.com/free/. It's time for YOU to break through to a smart, stable, financial future. If you'd like to see how Grandma's timeless wealth strategies can work in your life, schedule your free 15-minute coffee chat with us by visiting www.grandmaswealthwisdom.com/call ... just like Grandma would want us to do. Links mentioned on the show: https://www.infogristle.com/federal-reserve/two-faces-of-debt/index.html
Christine Cruz sits down with Dave Noodlez for an in-depth interview filled with stories, advice, and memorable moments. Christine talks about her first camera, dealing with anxiety, collaborating with others, her Grandma, her latest collaborative project 'Far From Home SI', and much more. Get ready to hear some stories from a woman that always finds a way to bring her visions to life. Be sure to subscribe to hear the stories weekly from people around the world who have turned their dreams into a reality. Like, Comment, Subscribe, Share, and Spread Love! 'Far From Home' official website https://farfromhomesi.com/ Follow Christine http://www.instagram.com/christinecruzphotography http://www.instagram.com/farfromhomesi Connect with Dave https://www.instagram.com/type88show https://www.instagram.com/davenoodlez http://www.twitter.com/davenoodlez http://www.tiktok.com/davenoodlez https://www.linkedin.com/in/davenoodlez/ http://www.facebook/com/dnoodlez https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWqxJsZwu_I9viGfx4vG0_Q TYPE88 Audio Experience http://www.linktr.ee/type88 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/1Aj2FRchhnCQlZTdr46ozf Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/type88-show-with-dave-noodlez/id1305794743 Stereotype Co http://www.stereotypeco.com aWHERE http://www.awheremedia.com
A lot of attention was paid in the early days of Russia's invasion to the plight of millions of Ukrainians who had to flea their hometowns in advance of Russian forces descending on Kyiv. But once Russia's initial offensive flopped and the focus of the war shifted to the East, the world shifted much of its focus away from Ukrainian refugees. But there are still an estimated 5-million Ukrainians living outside of the country right now, as the war grinds on ... most of them set up temporarily scattered across Eastern Europe; there could be just as many or more who are internally displaced. Their desperate situations have not changed ... nor has their need for help. We spoke to a woman who left Mariupol early just before Russia started to attack. Mila and her family went to Spain. If you remember, Mila's grandma was stuck in Mariupol and she and her family weren't able to contact grandma for a couple weeks. Grandma has since evacuated the city and is safe. Mila's life has taken a bit of a different path than she thought before the war. She's now in Vienna, Austria. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Is putting a deceased loved ones voice in your smart assistant a step too far? Dom Bettinelli, Jack Baruzzini, and Victor Lams discuss the ethical and tastefulness limits of deepfaking, plus more tech news and picks of the week. The post Grandma Alexa in the Box appeared first on StarQuest Media.
As a kid, I enjoyed visiting my grandparents. My dad's parents were an eight-hour car trip away but we'd make the trek a few times a year. On many of those trips, my grandmother would host extended family dinners, usually with quite a crowd in attendance. She served a great many dishes for those dinners, including some things from “the old country.” And some of those dishes looked quite unappealing to my young palate. But Grandma insisted we children try everything. As a matter of fact, she insisted we try two bites of everything. If we didn't like it, we didn't need to eat more. But we always had to eat two bites. Grandma's theory was that things often taste much better on the second bite. I've found that Grandma's logic applies equally well to changes teams make as a result of their retrospectives. I encourage teams to try new things for two sprints before deciding whether the change is good and worth continuing or not. Suppose, for example, a team decides to switch from two- to one-week sprints. That will undoubtedly feel a little strange at first. I tell that team not to discuss how the change went in the first retrospective following the change. I want them to save that discussion for after the second sprint. At that point they'll have a much better feel for whether the change was good. They'll be able to assess the effects of the change rather than just the discomfort of making a change. When I was young, I did as my grandmother required: I sampled each strange, new dish twice. Not surprisingly, my opinion never changed between bites. If I didn't like the taste of the first bite, it never got better with the second bite. I was a kid, after all. But I have seen agile teams embrace after a second sprint the changes they might have rejected after a first sprint. That willingness to really try new things is critical for teams to succeed with agile, Mike
Kim (@kimmurstein) and Grandma Gail talk to one of the stars of Bravo's The Real Housewives of Dubai, Caroline Stanbury (@carolinestanbury). She shares details about her return to reality TV since the show Ladies of London and the reception of the show in Dubai They also talk about her podcast, Divorced not Dead, and what she's learned about life after divorce. Caroline also shares how she got together with her husband Sergio and the reaction she's received to him being 18 years younger as well as her experience finding love after 40.
A guy went drinking with his grandma, and to put it mildly, she was no amateur. (She drank beer and shots of Jack because she "wanted to get hammered." Listeners call-in with their stories about drinking with the elderly. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our boy Tury joins us for episode 84 where he tells us about the dad life and his daddy life plus he tells about his type, working in the industry, why he hasn't jumped on OnlyFans he and shows us his Portuguese side (supposedly). Follow me on socials @ AaronScene and watch the full video below! Onlyfans.com/aaronscene
In this episode of r/NiceGuyStories we get a doozy of a niceguy story with a kid called Markus. This trenchcoat clad college kid is a social reject, but he did manage to make a friend... Only to trap her in his room! Some nice guy stories can't be unheard.YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/reddxyDiscord: https://discord.gg/Sju7YckUWuPayPal: https://www.paypal.me/daytondoesPatreon: http://patreon.com/daytondoesTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/daytondoesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReddXD/Teespring: https://teespring.com/stores/reddx
MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:A U.S. Travel Association survey discovered that not only do family vacations create lasting memories, but also that one's most vivid childhood recollections are of family vacations.Episode 84: The Powerful Infuences of Grandma and Travel - Interview with Aaron Schlein - Part 1https://podcast.theroamies.com/263670/5182495Episode 85: Grandma and Intentional Travel- Interview with Aaron Schlein - Part 2 https://podcast.theroamies.com/263670/5182495Thanks for your ongoing support!http://paypal.me/TheROAMiesAlexa and RoryThe ROAMiesPlease subscribe, rate and share our podcast! Follow us at:http://www.TheROAMies.comAlexa's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theseasonedvegabondThe ROAMies: Facebook and Instagram YouTube and Twitter.
In this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnak, and Mike Malarsie discuss recent Apple news and other topics of interest. Topics featured in this podcast include:Grandma's voice from Amazon Alexa is freaking out the internet (00:06:40)Post Discussion of the WWDC 2022 (00:13:12)Ready or Not Here Comes the USB-C (00:22:14)Apple is Getting in to the Sports in a Big Way (00:31:25)What's Coming to the iOS 16 Part 1 (00:34:45)What's in this month AppleVis News (01:08:59)Links:Grandma's voice from Amazon Alexa is freaking out the internetHere's everything Apple announced at WWDC 2022AppleVis Extra #86: Recapping Apple's WWDC 2022 KeynoteEU making USB-C mandatory on all new smartphones from 2024, including iPhoneUSB-C iPhone mandate could bring the US in line with the EUNew AirPods Pro rumored to feature Find My support, USB-C, heart rate detection, improved sound, and moreApple TV to Be Exclusive Home of Major League Soccer Starting in 2023No Apple deal with NFL for streaming Sunday Ticket yet, CNBC reportsMerlin Bird IDWatchTubeAMEROUS 1-4 Players Shut The Box Dice GameYou can email the Unleashed team with feedback or questions at firstname.lastname@example.orgAlternatively, you can leave a voice message for the team by calling 1-816-774-1668 (note that this is a United States number, so call charges may apply depending upon your call plan and location).
We had the pleasure of interviewing grandma over Zoom video.Following his April single “I Met God Online,” genre-bending alternative artist grandma releases “Blue Atlanta,” a dreamy ode to darkness and disengagement. grandma also announces his next EP, “Angelhood” today, which is set for a July 15th release.“Blue Atlanta is about the imaginative avenues I created at a time of extreme loss. When I began to hate my environment and my inner world grew dull all I could do was detach. The video is about unfolding and breaking away from the life I created that caused me so much pain. Whether it was friends dying to addiction or suicide I just felt the light went dimmer and dimmer,” says grandma of the track. “I Met God Online,” released last month, chronicles the nonlinear nature of love in the digital age—failed talking stages, psychosexual pining, miscommunication and vibe shifts— intertwined with a fascinating strain of theism. ”I Met God Online” is about people's fascination with internet esotericism,” says grandma. “A meditation on how someone's life and internet presence can amorphously become someone else's religion, obsession, or gospel.”Hailed by Highsnobiety for “crafting music that pushes the notion of genre experimentation and fusion to unimaginably innovative heights,” grandma – a.k.a. multi-instrumentalist/producer Liam Hall – has earned applause for his fascinating amalgam of bedroom hip-hop, raw funk, alternative R&B, and lo-fi pop, showcased on 2019's debut mixtape, Even If We Don't Get It Together. The project – which features such groundbreaking tracks as “Stomp and Grind (Feat. Rico Nasty),” “Downtown Life,” and “Shallow Water,” – was followed in 2020 by an extensive string of chameleonic singles, including “Everybody's On Their Phone,” which was featured on SiriusXM Alt Nation's Advanced Placement and described by PAPER Magazine as a “reassuring and observant new song”, and “Virtually Anything,” an acclaimed collaboration with anti-pop star sophie meiers which earned acclaim from Nuance Magazine as “an extremely enticing track that is a must listen for any alternative/R&B fans.”Known throughout Atlanta's pop and hip-hop scenes for his skills as a singer, songwriter, musician, producer, programmer, arranger, and visual artist, grandma has received a wide range of media attention, with Pigeons & Planes naming him “Best New Artist of the Month” and A1234 declaring, “grandma, I have no doubt, will soon be the soundtrack to many people's adolescence as his genre-defying talent speaks to a whole new generation of music lovers.” The preternaturally talented polymath maintained a steady flow of tracks through 2020, including “Chills,” “Bested,” and “Growing Up Is Strange”.Now grandma is poised to push his distinctive brand of personal pop ever higher, reaching heavenward with a one-of-a-kind sound and vision unlike any other. Expect more music from this new chapter soon.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #grandma #Angelhood #IMetGodOnline #BlueAtlanta #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Les, Kurt, and Jason are back after a longer than expected break after Les attempted to recap the movie while he was driving through Texas in a thunderstorm because he is a multi-talker that also once took a Covid test from behind the wheel. Kurt delivers some Blac Chyna news that has something for all of us! Then, the guys enjoy a Caribbean Summer, Hallmark style. If you've got a foot fetish, this movie is for you! If you're into how news interviews, this movie is NOT for you! If you've long not cared about the Taylor Ham vs. Pork Roll debate, this movie is ALSO not for you! This movie shows some skin and gives us risqué dialogue. But nothing is more shocking than the fact that the family in Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer sent back Grandma's gifts after her tragic reindeer trampling. Facebook : lifetimeofhallmark Instagram : lifetimeofhallmarkpodcast Theme song generously donated by purple-planet.com
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Aaaaand we're still on the hunt for shopkeeper Bertram. The donkey is safe now, which is the most important thing, and the troll is a grandma, so there's also that. Seems like something weird might be going down around here, but maybe that's just me? I think we can all agree, though, that there's a distinct lack of fire lately, though. Maybe this episode will fix that.Pledge/donate on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thatdndpodcastSend feedback to: ThatDnDPodcast@Gmail.comVisit our website: http://www.thatdndpodcast.comAmazon Link: http://www.amazon.com/?rw_useCurrentProtocol=1&tag=thdnpo07-20
Bible Reading: 1 Corinthians 9:19-23"Grandma, why do you have so many different kinds of bird feeders?" Kenneth asked as he and his grandmother filled the bird feeders in her yard. "Wouldn't one be enough?" "Well, Ken, if every bird were the same, one kind of bird feeder would be enough. But God, in His wisdom and creativity, made all kinds of birds for us to enjoy, and He created them with different needs and preferences. Finches, for instance, usually like to perch on bags filled with black thistle seed. Bluebirds like to feed from trays or dishes. And hummingbirds like the sweet sugar nectar we fill their feeders with." "Wow," said Kenneth. "That's really cool!" He went to his school library the next day to check out some books on birds. Later that week, Kenneth and his grandmother discussed the pastor's sermon on their way home from church. "What did he mean when he said we need to tailor the gospel to meet our neighbor's needs?" Kenneth asked."Well, remember when we were filling the bird feeders and talked about each bird's needs?" asked Grandma. "Sharing the gospel with our friends is a lot like feeding birds--you can't just throw out one kind of seed and assume that's what all of them can eat. Just like you need to learn how God created each bird and what they like to eat, you have to listen and learn what's important to your friends--such as what they like to do or what their fears and hurts are. Are all your friends the same?""No," Ken said. "Some do sports, and some like band or theater. Some have divorced parents, or someone in their family is really sick and in the hospital." "Exactly," said Grandma. "You can share the good news of Jesus, which never changes, by taking an interest in the things your friends like or where they are hurting. Remember how Jesus often taught in parables? He shared God's truth through stories about farmers, housewives, and shepherds, because that was what people knew." "I get it!" Kenneth said. "Tomorrow I'm going to tell my friend who's feeling lonely that Jesus wants to be his friend forever.""Good for you, Ken! Now let's go fill some bird feeders." -Joni SpearsHow About You?How can you share the gospel with your friends? Even though the good news of Jesus never changes, the way you share it might. Do you have a friend who likes sports? Tell them Jesus is the best coach they could ever have. Do you know someone who's going through a hard time? Let them know Jesus cares simply by listening to them and pointing them to the hope He offers. When you know what people need, you can share Jesus in a way that speaks to them.Today's Key Verse:I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some. (NIV) (1 Corinthians 9:22)Today's Key Thought:Spread the good news
The upside? Your grandchildren show you how to use your cellphone. For more wonderful stories from Meryl visit her on Medium.com Striving to bring a giggle and weirdness to your day, this podcast's mission is to feature fantastic writers whose wonderful stories deserve to be heard in audio. And it feeds my love of telling funny stories about life, befuddlement, and the odd adventures in life. I have an affinity for the funny in the mundane, always have. I cataloged my weird adventures at the gym into a one-woman show that you can watch on my YouTube channel. It's entitled Does This Happen to You at the Gym. I got a lot of joy out of that, so I began writing about my adventures, now featured in the serial publication, Channillo. There was no way I could write enough for a weekly podcast, so I began telling funny stories by other writers. And I'm still at it. You can subscribe to Does This Happen to You on YouTube and check out my written Does This Happen to You stories on WordPress or Kris Keppeler on Medium. Visit my website for my audiobook narration/production and voice-over work. You can hire me to narrate your book or your blog. Sign up here for my quarterly newsletter featuring the most downloaded episode of my podcast, and the latest odd but good news I've found from around the world.
Lori's Mormon husband followed his feelings right into an affair and his deception rocked both their worlds. But God used it and the fallout to draw them to truth and to Jesus. In part 1 Lori shares God's pursuit of her heart, her family history, and the evidence that convinced her Joseph Smith was not a true prophet of God. We are left wondering about what exactly happened to her in the Mormon temple that scared her so badly.
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The newest feature from Alexa impersonates the voice of your dead relatives (Yetis, we need to talk about the Jeff Goldblum Principle). Little Caesars just became another “Official Pizza” of the NFL, because “Official” anything is the ultimate Profit Puppy. And if you're vaping a Juul right now, enjoy it — Juul e-cigarettes just got banned in the US. Also, want to hear that interview we did with The Colin & Samir Show? Here's Part 1 (49-min): https://tinyurl.com/yc87sj7b And here's Part 2 (45-min): https://tinyurl.com/2jha4tzh $MO $AMZN $DPZ $PZZA Follow The Best One Yet on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @tboypod And now watch us on Youtube Want a Shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form Got the Best Fact Yet? We got a form for that too Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Amazon is working on a way for Alexa to mimic the voice of anyone using less than a minute of provided audio for training. Facebook Pay rebranded to Meta Pay and will work to make it an interoperable “wallet for the metaverse” that can manage identities, items, and payment methods across digital worlds. Starring SarahContinue reading "Alexa, Sound Like Grandma – DTNS 4302"
Amazon is working on a way for Alexa to mimic the voice of anyone using less than a minute of provided audio for training. Facebook Pay rebranded to Meta Pay and will work to make it an interoperable “wallet for the metaverse” that can manage identities, items, and payment methods across digital worlds. Starring Sarah Lane, Rich Stroffolino, Justin Robert Young, Roger Chang, Joe, Amos MP3 Download Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org Follow us on Twitter Instgram YouTube and Twitch Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. Subscribe through Apple Podcasts. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or to give as little as 10 cents a day on Patreon, Thank you! Become a Patron! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods Jack_Shid and KAPT_Kipper on the subreddit Send to email to firstname.lastname@example.org Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!
Amazon is working on a way for Alexa to mimic the voice of anyone using less than a minute of provided audio for training. Facebook Pay rebranded to Meta Pay and will work to make it an interoperable “wallet for the metaverse” that can manage identities, items, and payment methods across digital worlds.Starring Sarah Lane, Rich Stroffolino, Justin Robert Young, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/dtns.
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Bible Reading: Psalm 27:11; Proverbs 5:1-6; 7:24-27Suzanna couldn't wait to visit her grandparents' farm. She looked forward to helping Grandpa with the animals and making pear cobbler and jam with Grandma. And at the end of each day, she and Grandma would enjoy a long walk in the shady pear orchard. Grandma always said, "Heaven must feel like a cool orchard on a hot summer afternoon." On the day she arrived at the farm, Suzanna said, "Grandma, let's go walk through the pear trees." "I'm sorry, honey, but I can't. I had knee surgery last month, remember? The orchard path is full of roots and ruts. If I fall or even stumble, the doctor said I could reinjure my knee and end up in a wheelchair." "How about a short, slow walk?" Suzanna suggested. "I'll stay close." "No, honey, it wouldn't be wise for me. You go ahead."So Suzanna walked the orchard path alone, thinking about her grandmother's words. After dinner, she asked, "Grandma, if something isn't wise, does that mean it's foolish?""Sometimes. But wise also means that you know what you should do, and you do it. My doctor told me that, to be safe, I must avoid uneven ground. So I know it's wise for me to stay off the orchard path.""This morning I read a Bible verse about walking on an unstable path.""Oh? Let's look at what you read," said Grandma, opening her Bible. "It's in Proverbs 5," said Suzanna. "It starts by warning us not to be like the immoral woman, then it says, 'Lest you ponder her path of life--her ways are unstable.'" Grandma nodded. "That verse tells us not to wander away to where we might stumble and fall into sin. That's why we need to be wise and listen to God. His Holy Spirit gives us wisdom and guides us in walking the right path.""But what if we don't listen and go down the wrong path?" asked Suzanna. "Then we should confess our wrongs to Jesus. Instead of stumbling our way through life, we can walk wisely because He's always there to forgive us and help us.""I get it, Grandma. It's wise to stay away from the wrong path." Suzanna smiled. "I'm glad you didn't let me talk you into taking foolish chances." -Teresa AmbordHow About You?Have you ever wanted to do something unwise? We all have. It can be tempting to veer from the right path instead of doing what we know we should. That's why it's important to walk wisely and stay away from any stumbling blocks that lead to sin. If you know Jesus, all your wrongs have been forgiven, and you have His Spirit to guide you and give you wisdom. Trust Him to help you stay on the right path. Today's Key Verse:I have taught you in the way of wisdom; I have led you in right paths. (NKJV) (Proverbs 4:11)Today's Key Thought:Walk wisely in your life