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    Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast
    H & J 50 - La Russa's Lies, Vinnie Pasquantino, The Next Jon Berti & Waiver Wire Strategy Advice

    Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 69:54


    Hacks and Jacks -Joe Gallina (@joegallina) and Scott Chu (@ifthechufits) try to figure out what Tony La Russa meant when he said that some of his biggest stars were being told to "slow it down". The guys also talk about Vinnie Pasquantino's fantasy value and working the waiver wire in general. Do you need to bid on every "new toy". Is it sometimes better to hang out on the sidelines and watch your league mates waste all of their FAAB?   Players discussed in this episode include Juan Soto, Isaac Paredes, Oneil Cruz, and many more!!! Join Pitcher List Plus, an ad free website and join our Discord Community Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus

    Planthropology
    84. Pando, Plant Hacks, and the Best and Worst Fruit- June April 2022 Q&A

    Planthropology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:18


    You have questions, I have answers! Let's jump into the June 2022 Q&A!****************************************************As always, thanks so much for listening! Subscribe, rate, and review Planthropology on your favorite podcast app. It really helps the show keep growing and reaching more people! Also, check out Planthropology on our website and various social media pages, all listed below. As an added bonus, if you review Planthropology on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser and send me a screenshot of it, I'll send you an awesome sticker pack!Listen in on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox, or wherever else you like to get your podcasts.Website: www.planthropologypod.comPodchaser: www.podchaser.com/PlanthropologyFacebook: PlanthropologyFacebook group: Planthropology's Cool Plant PeopleInstagram: @PlanthropologyPodTwitter: @Planthropology_e-mail: planthropologypod@gmail.comThe Climate 21 podcastEvery week Climate 21 highlights successful climate emissions reduction storiesListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Support the show

    The Anna & Raven Show
    Money Saving Hacks: The Exact Amount Of Turkey

    The Anna & Raven Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 2:48


    After discussing money saving hacks earlier this week, it was shocking to hear what Boss Keith does to save money... You'll be humiliated for him, or you'll have a new money saving tool. Image Source: Getty Images

    Temporada Alta
    De Shining Girls a Better Call Saul: qué estamos viendo

    Temporada Alta

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 36:09


    Juliana y Julieta comentan la última serie de Elizabeth Moss, #ShiningGirls. Además nos cuentan lo que vieron en las últimas semanas: Gaslit, Hacks, Conversations with Friends, The Staircase, Barry y Better Call Saul.

    15 Point Plan
    5 Life & Business Time Saving Hacks

    15 Point Plan

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 18:54


    Let us save you some time and share with you Jillene's Top 5 Life and Business Hacks to become more efficient. ---------- Download the free 15 Point Plan Tracker at www.15pointplan.com   Join our Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/winmakegive   Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network

    The Strong Mommas Podcast
    161. These 3 EASY Exercise Hacks will Boost Your Metabolism More than Anything Else

    The Strong Mommas Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 34:18


    If you think the answer is high intensity interval training, think again. Think simpler. In fact, think super easy…something you can do TODAY that's not gimmicky or even overwhelming. Do I have your attention yet? If you want a faster, more efficient metabolism, the last thing you need is to feel like you have to be doing HIIT workouts every day to notice a difference. Working out consistently is already challenging enough! So, I'm going to reveal 3 super easy things you can do right now with your workouts and physical activity that make a huge difference on your body's metabolism. This will help you have the energy you want and feel really great in your body, even as you age. More Resources Find out your body type! Take the FREE Body Type Quiz now! Check out Megan's GETSTRONG 30 program here. Get strong, feel confident, truly thrive. Follow Megan on Instagram

    Muddy Boots
    Garden Hacks

    Muddy Boots

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 20:04


    Garden Hacks. Tricks of the trade for smart, economical ideas for good gardening.

    Dear Jessamyn
    320 What Are You Doing This Summer?

    Dear Jessamyn

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 64:17


    It's the last episode of the season and we are saluting Virgo rising.  For the last time until the fall, our hosts invite in gratitude, share their favorite things and answer a Deary Queery about summer planning in a polycule. This episode mentions: Undrowned: Black Feminist Lessons from Marine Mammals by Alexis Pauline Gumbs, What I Know For Sure by Oprah Winfrey; the television shows “Veronica Mars” and “Hacks”; The Pattern app. Dear Jessamyn is produced by Tenderfire MediaYour hosts are ashe danger phoenix and Jessamyn Stanley. Our Editor/Producer is Kylee C. RobertsAngell Foster and Nya Williams do our social mediaJanie Leopard does our episode art Anna Rooney is Jessamyn's Chief of StaffAmber Richardson is Ashe's Chief of StaffFruit Snack does our theme music. This episode also contains music from: Mimmi Bangoura, DAJANA, Particle House and King SisFollow us on Instagram @DearJessamyn and find and follow the show on Spotify. There's a bunch more info on the episode like behind the scenes content, transcriptions, how to find us and our team and more. It's all at dearjessamyn.comYou can leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Reviews help a lot. Please, if you've enjoyed this episode, even for like half a beat, please go leave us a review. No one should be in jail for weed. 

    The Fantasy Hockey Hacks Podcast
    Colorado Clinches The Cup, NHL Awards & Trade Rumours

    The Fantasy Hockey Hacks Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 62:20


    Join the Hacks for episode 68 of the Fantasy Hockey Hacks Podcast! This week we're discussing the Colorado Avalanche's Stanley Cup Championship - individual performances & off-season moves; results of the NHL Awards, NHL trade rumours (and potential fantasy hockey impact), and a reminder about the Dobber Hockey giveaway contest! Also, find out who makes John's List, our Fantasy Lock Of The Week, and Headlines from around the league. Subscribe to our podcast on all major directories; and stay up to date with the latest in fantasy hockey news and fantasy hockey advice. Be sure to visit LeftWingLock.com, the best source for fantasy hockey intelligence; and The Hockey Podcast Network for more great hockey-related content. Highlights: NHL Awards - Did the right player with the Hart Trophy? Paul Maurice is taking his talents to South Beach Pierre-Luc Dubois will test free agency in 2024, will the Jets blow up the roster? Bergeron back to Bean Town? Joel Farabee undergoes disc replacement surgery; 3-4 month recovery Filip Forsberg and the Predators are far apart on contract negotiations Cale Makar's incredible season Stanley Cup Final, off-season player movement (fantasy spin) ----- Stay In Touch Twitter | @FHHacks Instagram | @FantasyHockeyHacks Facebook | Facebook.com/FantasyHockeyHacks FHH Website | FantasyHockeyHacks.com Fantasy Hockey Questions? Email us at FantasyHockeyHacks@Gmail.com ----- Support Us Left Wing Lock | #1 Source For Fantasy Hockey Intelligence - starting goalies, line combinations, statistics, and much more! NHLShop.ca | 2022 Stanley Cup Champions - Colorado Avalanche! Get Championship Gear Here Draft Kings | Use Promo Code THPN for current offers and promotions Amazon.ca | Sign-up for a FREE 30-Day Trial of Amazon Prime; and get 21% OFF a 4K Fire Stick to stream Prime Video! ----- DraftKings Information As a member of The Hockey Podcast Network (THPN), the Fantasy Hockey Hacks Podcast is a proud partner of DraftKings!  If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/ /NJ/NY/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    C**t Talk
    EP219 Sexual Desire: Increase Female Libido Naturally with these Sexual Intimacy Tools, Foreplay Tips & Low Libido Hacks

    C**t Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 25:35


    Are you sexually frustrated? Do you never feel ‘in the mood'? Is your desire difference affecting your relationship in the bedroom? If you can relate, don't worry I've got you covered! Whether you're in a relationship or not, here are 3 Powerful tips for igniting that fire again.In this episode we explore: Value Based Boundaries Desire is not linear - it ebbs and flows as you go through life and after major life transitions, it's valuable to revisit your “type of desire” and check in with yourself and your partners. Spontaneous vs. Responsive Desire Desire Differences in all people and genders and tools to find more common ground so everyone is getting what they want in bed.Welcome to Clit Talk Summer School a month long series we are doing this July to help our listeners increase their libidos, cultivate sexual confidence and deepen intimacy in all relationships (including yourself) so that your sex and communication is on FIRE this summer! ​​After listening to this, head on over to our YouTube channel to watch Nurse Katie's 14 minute video! Click here to get the party started or follow this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYjiJEdDWo8!  Each week we're are also going to give you a taste of our Sex and Empowerment  Signature Masterclass by sharing one of our favorite and most powerful distinctions,“Pleasure Parameters,” each week we will introduce you to a new parameter and share simple ways to have these powerful tools thriving in your life. This week our Pleasure Parameter is…Value Based Boundaries: Are access to leading with integrity and staying true to yourself.Are you ready for the Unbelievably Easy Way to Mindful Self Pleasure, Epic Intimacy, & Supercharged Sexual Confidence for FREE?!? Then follow this link… https://bit.ly/3mhpucS FREE 5-Day Sex & Empowerment Digital CourseJuly 18th - July 22ndVisit https://bit.ly/3mhpucS to sign up!Download our free audio training CLIT TALK CLIFF NOTES: The Ultimate NO BS Guide to Self Pleasure & Sexual Intimacy

    Ellie and Anna Have Issues
    Quickie: Trying viral anti-ageing hacks

    Ellie and Anna Have Issues

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 18:57


    Is it true that women start to feel invisible at 45? This week we're discussing ageing - why is there more pressure for women to look younger? And what lengths would you go to look more youthful? We're putting viral TikTok anti-ageing hacks to the test. We try a face tape which apparently gives an ‘instant face lift' (and we see if you can do it cheaper with gaffer tape). We also try the most terrifying anti-aging mask and a jaw sculpter. You don't want to miss this. Original music by Matt J Brown.

    El Stream Mató al Cable
    El Stream Mató al Cable N° 365 – Hacks (2da Temporada)

    El Stream Mató al Cable

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 38:03


    Cerramos nuestro mes dedicado a HBO Max comentando la 2da temporada de Hacks. ¿No sabes qué series ver? El podcast “El Stream Mató al Cable” te ayuda a decidir, comentando las series más importantes de la nueva Edad Dorada de la TV (y el Stream). Encuéntranos también en: Facebook: www.facebook.com/streammatoalcable/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/PodcastEsmac

    The veg grower podcast
    #455 My top 10 gardening hacks

    The veg grower podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 25:19


    Join Richard in this weeks veg grower podcast. This week Richard is sharing his top 10 gardening hacks as well as the latest from the plots. This week on the plots. This week Richard has had problems with some of his animals. First of all Roxy the dog had an allergic reaction to a tick bite. This happened while on the allotment and with the council leaving some grass areas to grow longer, its possibly going to be a ore regular occurrence. We have also sadly lost poppadum my Amber chicken. She was a good bird and gave us lots of joy (and eggs) so her passing is rather sad. However as this left Bear on her own I had to rush out and get 2 new hens to add to our garden. We now have Gertie another Amber hen and Hawkins our blue haze hen. My top ten gardening hacks. This week I wanted to share with you my top 10 gardening hacks. A way of making gardening easier or faster and they are as follows Use your tools as a measurePencil for labelsDaily visits doing little and oftenUsing a lawn mower to chop up weeds to make composting fasterDip tools into a bucket of sand and oil after using to help look after your toolsFill up all watering cans and buckets when rain is expectedUse a piece of pvc pipe to get water to the roots of densely packed bushes such as gooseberriesUse boiling hot water to kill weeds in pathsA piece of wood made to fit the width of a garden bed makes a great straight lineToilet roll inners make a great plant pot for seedlings Recipe of the week This weeks recipe of the week comes from needing to find ways of using up the rather large quantity of cherries we seem to be harvesting at the moment. My wife made cherry scones using this recipe from the BBC. Absolutely delicious on there own but we also took some more cherries added lots of suger and splash of water and cooked them on the hob until jam like. We used that to top our scones. Delicious. What are your top ten hacks? get in touch to let me know

    my millennial money
    525 property price predictions

    my millennial money

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 80:55


    Is now a good time to buy property? Glen and John discuss! Plus they talk about strategies to deal with inflation and read out a bunch of great hacks to save more money from the m3 community with special guest, Tyler. Check out all the saving hacks here and add your own!Learn more about TAL here: https://bit.ly/tal-m3podcast

    Youth Ministry Hacks
    98: Hacks For Summer Camp

    Youth Ministry Hacks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:22


    Notes:Justin and Sean sit down and go through some ideas on how to care for youth, leaders and prep for all things summer camp. They talk training, decision night, not leading your own group and much more. SPONSORS: Onward Leadership Coaching https://onwardleader.com/ 1st Few Years Conference https://1stfewyears.com/ @youthministryhacks on IGhttps://www.instagram.com/youthministryhacks/Justin's Resourceshttps://www.downloadyouthministry.com/search?q=justin+knowles&search-button=&lang=default

    Freedom By Choice With Martin Ebongue
    Episode 529 - My Money Management Tricks And Hacks (That worked well for me)

    Freedom By Choice With Martin Ebongue

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 33:18


    Today, I will tell you how I manage my money, what I invest in, and what I don't invest in. Some of these decisions allowed me to buy things people can only dream of and that because I made some crucial decisions that I want to share with you. Disclaimer: I can only tell you what I do personally and I'm not a financial advisor or anything like that haha I actually still have a lot to learn in that field and I need to get much better at it...but I'm getting there. As usual, I will just be honest with you and share my opinion on some investments, concepts or pre-conceived ideas about wealth accumulation --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freedom-by-choice/support

    Healthy Her
    Family Hacks to Reduce Toxin Exposure and Boost Immunity

    Healthy Her

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 32:22


    With so many chemicals in everyday products how can we know which ones are the worst culprits, and what are some safer, effective alternatives? How can we fight off colds and boost our kids immunity the natural way? Host Amelia Phillips and founder of 123 Nourish Me Alisa Latto discuss the practical family hacks to reduce toxin exposure and fight off sickness at the first sign of a sore throat.  About the guest: Alisa Latto (and her business partner Dani Crews) are both Mums and the founders of 123 Nourish Me, an education hub, vibrant community and marketplace for organic, clean products for the family and home. From sunscreens to organic, nutrient rich foods and beverages, essential oils and household products, 123 Nourish Me is a great community for parents trying to raise healthy happy kids. Visit 123 Nourish Me Follow their entertaining and educational instagram Organic Laundry Range  Cough Drop Recipe Popcorn - using coconut oil (not refined) About the host: Amelia Phillips is an exercise, nutrition, parenting and business expert with a career spanning 26 years in health. She's a registered exercise scientist, nutritionist and researcher (with a masters of human nutrition). She is the co-founder of health tech company 12WBT. After a successful exit, she now consults to health companies, presents and appears in the media. Amelia had four kids in five years and is dedicated to empowering women to build a life after kids on the foundation of health (mental and physical), love and purpose.  If you have a question for Amelia, reach out via Insta @_amelia_phillips, email ap@ameliaphillips.com.au or text an audio question to: 0417458772 Find out more at www.ameliaphillips.com.au CREDITS Host: Amelia Phillips                                                                                                        Guest: Alisa Latto Audio Producer: Darren Roth Music: Matt Nicholich                                                                                                      Production Partner: Nova Entertainment Pty Ltd Healthy Her acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Earth-2.net Presents...
    Dread Media - Episode 774

    Earth-2.net Presents...

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 55:26


    This week on Dread Media, it's a classic hodgepodge episode. First up, Tom Deja and Desmond take a look at Ghosts of the Ozarks, a movie neither of them like very much, but they have a great conversation about it. Then, Desmond comes back for a short review of the cosmic horror novella Dirty Heads by Aaron Dries before talking about some TV he's watched lately, including the latest seasons of Barry and Hacks, and the entirety of NOS4A2. Songs included: "Behind These Walls" by King Diamond, "Under the Pines" by Jonathan Coulton, "Rewind" by Leprous, and "Nosferatu" by Witchery. Send feedback to: dreadmediapodcast@gmail.com. Follow @DevilDinosaurJr and @dreadmedia on Twitter! Join the Facebook group! Support the show at www.patreon.com/dreadmedia. Visit www.desmondreddick.com, www.stayscary.wordpress.com, www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com, www.kccinephile.com, and www.dejasdomicileofdread.blogspot.com.

    Dread Media
    Dread Media - Episode 774

    Dread Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 55:26


    This week on Dread Media, it's a classic hodgepodge episode. First up, Tom Deja and Desmond take a look at Ghosts of the Ozarks, a movie neither of them like very much, but they have a great conversation about it. Then, Desmond comes back for a short review of the cosmic horror novella Dirty Heads by Aaron Dries before talking about some TV he's watched lately, including the latest seasons of Barry and Hacks, and the entirety of NOS4A2. Songs included: "Behind These Walls" by King Diamond, "Under the Pines" by Jonathan Coulton, "Rewind" by Leprous, and "Nosferatu" by Witchery. Send feedback to: dreadmediapodcast@gmail.com. Follow @DevilDinosaurJr and @dreadmedia on Twitter! Join the Facebook group! Support the show at www.patreon.com/dreadmedia. Visit www.desmondreddick.com, www.stayscary.wordpress.com, www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com, www.kccinephile.com, and www.dejasdomicileofdread.blogspot.com.

    Fuel Her Awesome: Food Freedom, Body Love, Intuitive Eating & Nutrition Coaching
    4 Hacks To Get Back To Consistent Health Habits (even when you are SUPER BUSY)!!

    Fuel Her Awesome: Food Freedom, Body Love, Intuitive Eating & Nutrition Coaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 23:12


    None of us make it through life exactly as we planned. There are unexpected circumstances that can throw us off our routine, and often times this impacts our healthy habits.    My mission today is to help you integrate healthy hacks that are easy, quick, and productive. This episode has 4 hacks to get you back to consistent health habits, no matter how busy you are! I know you already have too much jammed into your day - so I promise not a single one of these will add more stress. Praying this blesses your health journey! Don't forget this is the last week Food Foundations is on sale. Enter "SUMMERSTEAL" through June 30th for $100 off!  Wishing you all a fabulous end of the month - cheers, and happy eating!  Jess 

    Online Marketing zum Mittag
    Halbzeit - So erreichst Du deine Marketingziele noch

    Online Marketing zum Mittag

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 12:18


    Heute gibt es die Halbzeitfolge, denn das Jahr ist zur Hälfte um und ich möchte heute mich Euch über Ziele sprechen. Hast Du Deine Ziele für das erste Halbjahr schon erreicht? Wenn ja, dann feiere Dich dafür. Wenn nein, möchte ich Dir einige Hacks mitgeben, die Dir bei der Zielerreichung helfen können. _____ Hast Du Fragen, die ich Dir in der Podcast-Folge beantworten soll? Dann schicke sie mir doch gerne über info@webseitenhelden.com oder über LinkedIn.

    Eight Frugal Minutes
    July 4th Tips, Tricks and Hacks for a Perfect Independence Day

    Eight Frugal Minutes

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 12:11


    Are you ready Independence Day? On this episode of Eight Frugal Minutes we share some of the best July 4th tips, tricks and hacks we use for the perfect Independence Day holiday weekend. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eight-frugal-minutes/message

    Skin and the City
    Hacks for Switching up Summer Facials + Products We Are Loving

    Skin and the City

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 33:50


    Overview: It's officially summer! This week we talk about the inspiration behind the summer facial protocol that Kasey dreamed up just for you. If you're a sucker for an add on like we are, you are going to love the products we share that will elevate your services this season. We also have essential oil and oxygen sprayer hacks + ways to hydrate, cool and plump dry summer skin. Today We Talk About: Highlights from this week's blog on Essential Oil Hacks Tips for Estheticians: Oxygen Sprayer Hack Sun Down Summer from my friends use this Sorella Watermelon Mint Mist | Blue Legume from LILFOX | Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm Seriously Fab (use code GLOW10 for 10% off) Cheers Luv | Zinc It Over Glow Tip of the Week: Try this easy add on to take your facial to the next level: Comphy Eye Pillow System Links Mentioned: ⭐️ Where is my steamer from? What's my favorite esty chair? Shop them and use code Kasey for 5% off your order HERE Enjoy 5% off Glow skincare with code SATC22 Become a Glow Skincare Member | Join the Private Facebook Group | Follow Us on Pinterest | ASCP Insurance Leave us a review HERE & email a screenshot to podcast@glowskincarela.com and our Kim-Tern will be shipping you some goodies Be sure to follow and tag us on IG! @skinandthecitypodcast and @glowskincarela Thanks for listening! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skinandthecity/support

    Talk More With Nessa
    3 positivity hacks you should know

    Talk More With Nessa

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:25


    Staying positive can often times be hard but with some practice, you could do it. On today's episode I share with you 3 hacks and I hope you try them out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talk more with Nessa/support

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton
    Camping Hacks with Leigh Johnstone from Camper Plus

    Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 7:34


    Camping Hacks with Leigh Johnstone from Camper Plus

    Hacks & Wonks
    Week In Review: June 24, 2022

    Hacks & Wonks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 47:10


    On today's Hacks & Wonks week-in-review, Crystal is joined by Co-Founder and Editor of PubliCola, Erica Barnett. They start off breaking down the Supreme Court's official opinion on Dobbs, which overturns Roe v. Wade. They discuss how we got here, the immediate repercussions on Washington and the country, and what we can do about it. Next, they look at the motivations behind Seattle Pride's decision to ask for no uniformed police to participate in this year's festivities. In housing news, they question Mayor Harrell's decision to veto a bill from the City Council asking landlords to report how much rent they charge, and look at what's next for Seattle's Social Housing Initiative now that it's gathered enough votes to qualify for the November ballot. Finally, they discuss the reasoning behind Gov. Inslee signaling that he's not interested in following Biden's lead in creating a gas tax holiday in Washington state.  As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Find the host, Crystal Fincher, on Twitter at @finchfrii and find today's co-host, Erica C. Barnett, at @ericacbarnett. More info is available at officialhacksandwonks.com.   Resources Abortion Funds: Northwest Abortion Access Fund - https://nwaafund.org/donate    Planned Parenthood of the Greater Northwest - https://www.weareplannedparenthood.org/onlineactions/cOJVhOyrzkq4uBcxVekXFA2?sourceid=1000065&affiliateID=091810&_ga=2.195968876.195061633.1656097315-413517584.1656097315    National Network of Abortion Funds - https://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds?refcode=nnafwebsite  –--------------- “What the end of Roe v. Wade means for Washington state” by Melissa Santos from Axios:  https://www.axios.com/local/seattle/2022/06/24/end-roe-v-wade-means-washington-state    “Democrats seek to stop hospital mergers that limit abortion access” by Melissa Santos from Axios: https://www.axios.com/local/seattle/2022/06/22/democrats-stop-hospital-mergers-limit-abortions    “Seattle Police officers won't march in pride parade, frustrated chief says” by Anika Varty from The Seattle Times: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/law-justice/uniformed-seattle-police-officers-will-not-march-at-seattle-pride-parade/        “Harrell vetoes plan to require Seattle landlords to report the rent they charge” by Heidi Groover from The Seattle Times:  https://www.seattletimes.com/business/real-estate/harrell-vetoes-plan-to-require-seattle-landlords-to-report-the-rent-they-charge/   “Social Housing Initiative Pushes Forward, Fact Checking-Harrell on Homelessness” from PubliCola: https://publicola.com/2022/06/23/social-housing-initiative-pushes-forward-fact-checking-harrell-on-homelessness/    “A Photo-Finish for Seattle's Social Housing Initiative” by Hannah Krieg from The Stranger: https://www.thestranger.com/news/2022/06/22/75442679/a-photo-finish-for-seattles-social-housing-initiative    “Inslee signals no interest in WA gas tax ‘holiday'; others skeptical too” by David Kroman from The Seattle Times: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/transportation/inslee-signals-no-interest-in-a-wa-gas-tax-holiday-others-skeptical-too/    Transcript [00:00:00] Crystal Fincher: Welcome to Hacks and Wonks. I'm Crystal Fincher, and I'm a political consultant and your host. On this show, we talk with policy wonks and political hacks to gather insight into local politics and policy in Washington state through the lens of those doing the work with behind-the-scenes perspectives on what's happening, why it's happening, and what you can do about it. Full transcripts and resources referenced in the show are always available at officialhacksandwonks.com and in our episode notes. If you like the show, please feel free to leave us a good review. Today, we're continuing our Friday almost-live shows where we review the news of the week. Welcome back to the program, friend of the show and today's cohost: Seattle political reporter, editor of PubliCola, cohost of the Seattle Nice podcast and author of Quitter: A Memoir of Drinking, Relapse, and Recovery, Erica Barnett. [00:01:02] Erica Barnett: Hey Crystal. [00:01:04] Crystal Fincher: Hey, Erica. Well, it's been a morning. [00:01:09] Erica Barnett: It sure has. [00:01:12] Crystal Fincher: Because the overturning of the Roe vs Wade decision is now official. The Supreme Court, with the Dobbs decision, has ended the right to abortion for women in this country and signaled a potential end to other critical rights that are pretty basic and fundamental. And it's just rough. Where are you at with this? [00:01:44] Erica Barnett: Yeah. I tweeted out this morning, because if you're not on Twitter, do you even exist? I said basically - don't interpret the silence of people who re suffering today and who will continue to suffer because of the end of abortion rights - don't interpret our silence as consent or believing that this is okay. We've been screaming our heads off about this for years and no one listened. And now all of a sudden, everybody is screaming too. Boy, with the way I'm describing this, is way too long for a tweet. I said something much more pithy, but basically - look, I am feeling overwhelmed, but I'm also not in the state of shock that the New York Times Editorial Board appears to be, or a lot of mainstream pundits appear to be, because we knew this was coming. And we knew it was coming long before the Supreme Court even took up this case, and before the the leaked opinion - this is part of the theocracy that I would argue started long before Trump, but certainly accelerated with Trump - an illegitimate president installing Supreme Court justices for life, so I'm feeling - emotionally, I'm feeling pretty numb. But yeah, that is not by any means, it's not meant to imply that I am okay with this, or complacent, or anything of the sort. [00:03:18] Crystal Fincher: Of course. [00:03:19] Erica Barnett: I'm very upset. I'm just so upset, I can't - I can barely talk about it. [00:03:23] Crystal Fincher: Yeah. I think a lot of us are in a similar situation - certainly, there is, I will say there is, some frustration that I feel with people who are shocked about this right now, or even shocked about it when the opinion leak came out. I get how people land there, so I totally get it, but there have been so many people warning that this was coming for years. And this basically became the inevitable conclusion as soon as Trump was elected, and we knew that he was going to be making more Supreme Court picks and making a Roe vs Wade-proof majority on the Court. And so there's - I've also on Twitter, this morning, and have tweeted some stuff about it, been in some group chats about it. But man, I've said this before, listen to the people who are impacted. They know what's coming, they have to be vigilant because they know that they're going to be the people most exposed to the problem first. So yes, they're great at picking up the warning signs before other people are, and yes, they're warning and no, it may not have been on the front page of the New York Times until years later and lots of pundits, especially white male pundits, have downplayed this outcome. But this was so obvious this was coming, and the time to fight against it and to get serious about fighting against it was a long time ago. Does not mean that we cannot still fight and we absolutely need to, but I wish we would get better collectively about listening to people who are in the most impacted, most marginalized groups, most subject to harm - when they warn about things, we need to take it seriously. [00:05:33] Erica Barnett: Yeah, and I feel like what's gonna happen now is a lot of women, and people who take contraception of any kind, have been warning that contraception is next. There's a lot of things that I think are "next" on the list of rights that the Court's gonna try to strip away, but I think contraception is probably one of the very next. And I think that still, to this day, when you bring that up and you say they're gonna start banning the women's right, people's right, not to get pregnant - that people - you get laughed at, like that's absurd. In the same way that the notion of overturning Roe was absurd, maybe I don't know, back in the 90s when it was still, in retrospect, a fairly new decision, 20, 25 years old. It seemed absurd and now I think everything is just accelerated, and I think the right to access an IUD is going to be next because a lot of sort of Christian-ist right-wing pundits and politicians and people in the Court believe that that is abortion. And I won't go into all the details about their thinking there because it's absurd, but that is going to be next. And then it's going to be all kinds of rights that the Supreme Court will use this decision in the reasoning to say - that it wasn't in the Constitution and it hasn't been established law - it wasn't established law at the time in the 1800s and before, so it can't be established law now. It's everything from same sex marriage, same sex relationships, interracial marriage. The list just goes on and on and on of rights that could be impacted and probably will be impacted by this decision. So, I feel like also - in screaming my head off all these years, I have tried to say - it is not just women I know that no one cares about women. That is a well-established right, or well-established fact, that I have seen again and again in my lifetime. But this isn't "just women" and people who can get pregnant - it's all marginalized people who are going to have their rights stripped away because of the reasoning behind this decision. [00:08:00] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, we're talking about the stripping away of a lot of fundamental privacy rights, really, and that does impact marginalized populations. And this occurring at the same time where we basically have a surveillance-based economy is just really alarming, and people are justifiably scared, and harm is going to occur because of this to lots of different people, not only women. And so it is just - it's a challenge. This morning in a chat I was in, lots of people were - this is hard, distraught, and really troubled and furious. And just feeling the whole range of emotions. And someone asks - well, where is our power in this? - and people just wondering what do we do. And I think that's an important question to ask, I absolutely think the range of feelings that people are feeling are entirely justified - this is hard and rough. I hope people have grace for people that they're around because this is just another thing on top of so many other things that we're dealing with that is just hard and unjust and unnecessarily cruel, but we do still have power and we need to exercise all of our power, all of the levers that we have - because this is so critical and so fundamental, and just the beginning of the attempt to dismantle rights and dismantle privacy for people who they just view as beneath them, or they financially benefit from being beneath them. So I think it's important to continue to, at every turn, even if federal action has not occurred and they are not jumping to do that now. They do respond to pressure and if we apply all of the levers of pressure to let them know that this is a priority - we've gotta be in the streets, every town hall, every meeting, every fundraiser - people should be asking - Hey, are you, do you support ending the filibuster, do you support taking this vote? We have to codify it. There has to be a vote. We have to do what's necessary, which does involve ending the filibuster for this and so many other things, ways to protect rights - the filibuster is not more important than that. They should be asked about this by Democrats, by everyone, all of the time. They should know that this is front and center on people's minds and that people are not willing to accept anything less than action, urgent action. And so we should be demanding that of them - organizations who do endorsements should reopen those endorsements - and ending the filibuster, calling for a vote should be a basic requirement for an endorsement. It's a different change in process, but part of the signaling of this is an emergency, this is urgent is treating things like that from an institutional and from organizational points of view. Organizations have to signal that this is a right that we can't do without. Even organizations that are not thought of as women's organizations or reproductive rights organizations - this affects everyone who you deal with - this affects our community, this affects people's financial mobility, ability to not live in poverty, to dictate their own healthcare - everyone should be standing in solidarity. Every organization should be saying - okay, you want support, then these are the basic things that are gonna need to happen. You can choose not to, but we need to put our energy and effort and resources towards people who are. In the State, legislatively - we absolutely need to make sure that our legislators take action to make sure that access is available. We have a lot of areas in this state where there have been mergers - Catholic hospitals, in some cities, are the only hospitals that some communities have access to - who don't provide abortion care. We're gonna be seeing an influx of people coming from other states to get abortion care - those who have enough money to come from other states - we need to be taking action now, legislatively, to ensure that that access is available and that we're supporting just the capacity of our healthcare system to provide that. And Jay Inslee should call a special session to make that happen. He says he wants to, he supports the introduction of a constitutional amendment to protect abortion rights. I think that is a great idea. Even if it doesn't - may be close or they're saying, okay, well, Republicans may not vote for it, it may not hit the threshold - well, let's get people on record and see what they say. Let's actually force the vote. Let's let people know who stands where and what they're voting for 'cause there's been a lot of silence from Republicans in this state. And everyone should be held accountable and everyone should have the opportunity to act to do this and it should happen now. These are things that we absolutely need to do. And being involved just in mutual aid organizations, supporting those that already exist - abortion care funds - supporting those reputable ones that already exist is absolutely necessary. We're gonna have to be here for each other in community like we have not been in a long time, and organizing starts with your neighbors and being there for one another and building that network out. So just there are things that we can do, that we need to do, that we can demand of our legislators that can help protect and fortify abortion rights and access in this state, while we work hard and apply pressure to get them reinstated federally. [00:14:18] Erica Barnett: Yeah, and I think also, your point on abortion access right now is really key, because overturning the filibuster and then getting a law and then getting a law that will hold up in court, given this decision, and et cetera, et cetera is a very long process that has many maybes in it. But one thing you can do right now is give money, if you have it, to local abortion funds. And because I was mentioning to you Crystal, before we went on air, that I used to work at NARAL Pro-Choice Washington - we would get a lot of calls from people who were trying to come in from out of state, from Alaska, from Idaho to access abortion because a lot of states that even do technically have access, it is much, much harder to get a later-in-pregnancy abortion. It has been for a long time. So, if you don't have the money early on, if you don't have the access, if you don't have the permission of your parents, all sorts of reasons. And the fact was that people would call and say - can you give me money to get out here? And we didn't do that - we were an advocacy group - so we would refer them to the abortion funds in the state that have very, very limited resources. And so, the way that - there's going to be, there's this notion that there's going to be a flood of abortion refugees to Washington State, and I think that is true - in the same way that New Mexico has become a refuge state for people seeking abortions from Texas. But the fact is that you can't get an abortion out-of-state unless you have the means independently, or you're lucky enough to get funding from an abortion fund that doesn't have enough money for everybody. And so, if you have money, that is a critical place to put it right now. [00:16:14] Crystal Fincher: Absolutely. Very well said. Absolutely true. We'll continue to follow this. There is also another piece of legislation that has been introduced, that can be taken up in the special session or soon thereafter, to prevent mergers. We're giving our state's Attorney General the power to deny mergers if it does impact access to abortion and other critical healthcare needs. So there are definitely things that can happen locally, there's pressure that can be applied nationally. This is going to take everybody getting involved, it's gonna take ally organizations signaling that this is critical and an emergency. This is literally a life-or-death situation for some women. And again, this is the beginning. This is the beginning of - we've seen laws in other states forcing, explicitly saying that women must be forced to carry an ectopic pregnancy. That's a death sentence. And just people who have no understanding of what basic biology actually is, and how women's cycles work and can vary - and they vary all the time - and applying and attaching punishments to things that happen naturally and that aren't preventable at all is - it's terrifying as a person needing healthcare. And I just - we have to hold power accountable. This is not a - hopefully they get to it. This is a - they need to get to it and we need to let them know that votes are at stake. [00:17:59] Erica Barnett: And can I just say, just real quickly before we get off this topic, that's great that the Attorney General is now concerned to this extent about the mergers of Catholic hospitals, but this is another thing that abortion rights advocates have been absolutely screaming our heads off about for years and years. And it is frankly infuriating to me to see - great, go for it, by all means, better incredibly late than never, I guess. But this is something that needed to happen 10 years ago, 15 years ago. And again, we were told we're hysterical and there's never gonna really be a problem. And there's always gonna be other options you can choose to go to if you're having, for example, a miscarriage and it's an emergency - you can have the ambulance take you to the hospital that you happen to know will actually let you have a managed miscarriage. And we were just told we were hysterical. And it's so infuriating now - and this is why I can't talk about it, honestly, 'cause as soon as I start going down an avenue, I start getting so mad - but this is one that really does piss me off because this is something that was actionable at the State level years ago and the State took no action. [00:19:17] Crystal Fincher: Absolutely justifiable point and I will say to those listening, there's - I'm a political consultant, I work for Democrats - but hearing the mantra "Vote Blue, No Matter Who," just "Vote Blue, this is wrong - Vote Blue." Well, we vote blue to prevent things like this from happening. We vote blue and we elect a president and congressional majorities and legislative majorities to ensure that things like this don't happen, so that they take action to prevent things like this from happening, so that they do everything in their power to keep women from losing this right. And everything in their power does include ending the filibuster - that's within their power - and just being in the situation where it's like voting rights, disability rights, women's rights, healthcare just falling at the whim of one or two Congresspeople in a filibuster - when we see more energy being applied to sometimes more progressive people for rocking the boat. Well, yeah, we're gonna rock the boat if this is where the boat is headed - we've gotta turn this thing around and you have to earn the ability to say - we vote for Democrats so that this won't happen. You can't let this happen. You have to fight with everything you have and do everything in your power. They have not done everything in their power, right? So we have to see that - I'm gonna be voting for the Democratic nominee for president, right? I'm going to, but I'm not going to be surprised at low turnout and bad outcomes, if we don't have leaders who are willing to step up and use their power to prevent real, immediate, tangible harm. And in some cases, death, which absolutely will occur, which absolutely will occur. You have to earn this. You have to act. You can't find it easier to give an excuse than to fight to convince people why it's worth taking this vote and taking this fight on. If we spent as much energy collectively making the case for why this needs to happen, instead of coming up with excuses why it can't, and applying pressure - so at least we're doing everything in our power to pressure Joe Manchin to make it happen, in the way that we've seen other people pressured. And not - well, we'll wait for his - when they wanna make life hard for someone, they can. When they want to apply pressure, they can. They choose when to and when not to, and to allow everyone else to experience these consequences while we're watching people in relative comfort not take action, is absolutely infuriating to people being harmed. They're looking at people, they're like - I hear sometimes - well, why aren't we just mad at Republicans? Trust me, we are. But we know who they are. And Democrats are saying that they're people who stand against this and who fight against this, so we're waiting to see the fight. We need to see the fight. We need to see action now. And I am as frustrated as anyone else by not seeing people do everything in their power to help this, because this has such wide-ranging ramifications immediately. There are several states that have trigger laws that make abortion illegal immediately, or sometimes up to a month in these states. But it is coming and we need action, and we should hold people accountable for taking action. I also get furious about this. You can tell I'm a bit frustrated and trying to moderate the emotion but it's infuriating, it's absolutely infuriating. It's something in a long line of things that are infuriating. Just - I'll leave it there. With that said, there are some other things that happened this week that we could talk about, including - Pride is coming up, Pride Parade is coming up this weekend. We're coming back together in person, it's an exciting time for a lot of people. But we've had a conversation here locally that has taken place in a lot of different cities and countries - in should police be allowed to march in Pride? Should they be excluded from Pride? What is happening here? [00:24:33] Erica Barnett: Well, I would say, and perhaps this'll be an odd framing, but I would say that the police department in Seattle has sort of - Pride has asked, the main Pride Parade organizers have asked, have said that they are not, that police officers in uniform are not welcome. The way that I would frame it though, is that the police department then sort of made it into a bigger story than it would've been by issuing a lengthy statement from Police Chief Adrian Diaz, saying that this is unacceptable and almost prejudicial to not allow this. The sort of reasoning, which may be obvious, is that LGBTQ+ rights were were won against the force of the state - Stonewall was a riot sparked by police violence. [00:25:27] Crystal Fincher: Against police brutality. Yeah. [00:25:29] Erica Barnett: Yeah, and so it would be inappropriate for armed police officers to be marching in the parade and sort of giving a rainbow sheen to the police department. And so that's what's happened - this is the, I believe the second year in a row, there's been a clash over this, maybe the third year. No second year, 'cause obviously we had a pandemic. But I think the police are being a little provocative. They are still permitted and there are many LGBTQ+ police officers - and I think that is something that is somewhat getting lost in this debate and something that Diaz did attempt to rather clumsily to point out - but the issue is not whether those officers are themselves individually allowed to participate in the parade. The issue is marching in uniform and sort of saying the police are big supporters of LGBTQ rights, and so I think that is the crux of the issue. And ultimately, Pride can say what they wanna say and they can ban who they wanna ban, and what are the police gonna do - show up unwanted? That just seems that would be an act of provocation that would be absolutely outrageous and a distraction, I think, from the joyfulness and the excitement of Pride weekend. [00:26:54] Crystal Fincher: It absolutely would be, also wouldn't be a surprise to see that happen. But to me it's pretty simple - given the origin of Pride, it absolutely makes sense that you would not want to have armed officers. It was about literally fighting against that, fighting against the harm that it has caused. I think the community being impacted and harmed has the right to dictate their response to that harm. And I - it's one thing if the police want to characterize themselves as wonderful, lots of people wanna characterize themselves as wonderful. But if a person is saying you have harmed me, you've continued to harm me, you've been a harmful force in my community - that's their thing, that's their right, they have experienced that harm. And this is their community celebration. I wouldn't walk into a religious celebration and say - you must allow different people - this is a community that has been harmed, that this celebration came out of fighting to reduce that harm and fighting for themselves and for their survival. And so why are we not centering whatever it is around the concerns and cares of that community and letting this group force themselves, feel entitled to be part of it? It just seems like - they are being provocative. They're also finding time to meet about this and spending a lot of time talking in the media and everything. Where was this time at, when they decided they couldn't investigate sexual assault? [00:28:53] Erica Barnett: Well, I do wanna introduce just a tiny bit of nuance, which is that - that no community is is monolithic and to say that LGBT people have certain political beliefs on - or LGBTQ+ people in the military or in the police force are not real members of that community - I know it's not what you're saying, but there is a slippery slope there. And I do think that it is important to acknowledge that the people who are in SPD, who are members of that community, do exist. They are legitimate members of that community. And I understand some of the hurt that they are feeling as well. And I don't wanna just totally diminish that by saying - cops are bad and they shouldn't be allowed to participate because of the origin of Pride. But I do think, but again, that is a bit of nuance - I think that the mutual provocations here are around this issue of whether they should be able to be essentially marching in formation, in military-style uniforms, in the middle of a Pride Parade. And I think - let's just take that off the table and say that's not gonna happen. And how are we going to invite individual officers, not in uniform, to participate in a celebration of their community - that's a more appropriate question and let's just leave the whole possibility of cops marching in formation out of it. [00:30:32] Crystal Fincher: I would just say two things. One, you're absolutely correct. The community is not a monolith - no community is - and that's evidenced in the variety of Pride celebrations. And we've seen that, and have talked about that in various ways before. But I do think as the organizers of this particular event, if not legally - but certainly seems like they can legally - but just ethically and morally, they get to dictate the terms of participation. And especially if they feel they're centering the safety of the community that they're putting on this event to celebrate. And the other thing I would say is that I don't think it's always so easy to just dismiss the possibility of the police showing up. People have to prepare for that, because they have in other situations and because that can create harm, it can escalate it. So organizers have to think about that, the community needs to plan around that, people who may be impacted by that do have to think about that. And they have to think about that because of provocations that they've seen in other situations. So it's almost a privilege to not be, to be like - ah, don't worry about it. Because you do have to worry about it - and that's the crux of the problem - that is something that is a known possibility. And that, in and of itself, is its own thing that you have to prepare for that's not that pleasant, and have contingency plans for and all of that, because that is a wild card that could happen. Or some escalation happens, right? So it's - I just don't think it's as simple as - ah, let them be nice. They have a - we see the complaints and the reports and the investigations - there is a history in town here of them engaging in harmful ways, and escalating in situations, and inserting themselves into situations, where investigations of them have found that they have escalated situations. So I think they have to think about it, right? But they shouldn't - it would be nice that they didn't have to. At the same time, your point that there are people in the LGBTQ community, in the Seattle Police Department and others, is absolutely true. And - hey, if they wanna have a Cop Pride Parade, where they're marching in uniform, they could absolutely do that. I haven't seen those, but that seems like that would be a great thing for the police department, if they are primarily concerned with supporting their community and their officers, that they could do. And yeah, I think that's the thing, but it'll continue - we'll see how it goes. Also this week, or within the past couple weeks, Mayor Harrell vetoed a plan that would have required Seattle landlords to report the rent they charge. Why did he do that? [00:34:05] Erica Barnett: Well, this is a really interesting bill, which I covered from the beginning back in March when they first started discussing it, because the original purpose of the bill - and it came from Alex Pedersen, one of the more conservative members of the council - the original purpose was to basically get landlords to provide some information about the rents they charge, in order to essentially demonstrate that small landlords are good and need to be preserved. Because the theory, the hypothesis went that they charge lower rents. And so, during the upcoming comprehensive plan - this is really a zoning bill, weirdly enough - during the upcoming comprehensive plan, they could not make changes that would increase density, so as to preserve these small landlords. So it was conceived as a pro-landlord bill. Then it got support from Councilmember Sawant and Tammy Morales on the left, who are eager to get just this information out there, because it's really hard to know when you're renting an apartment, what the average rent is in that area. You can go on all kinds of websites that tell you all different things, you can sort of look and see what else is available in the area, but that doesn't give you a real sense. And so they were like - this is great, we need more information so that renters can have the same kind of information that home buyers do about mortgages and housing costs. So, the mayor, to answer your question, ultimately vetoed it 'cause he said it was too anti-landlord and that it would've been too onerous on landlords, it would've violated their rights by requiring them to reveal so-called proprietary information, i.e. what they were charging in rents. And that it would be unreliable because people, landlords would essentially just choose to opt-out or they would choose to lie. So, a whole bunch of what I would call very unconvincing arguments. I think the real purpose was to protect landlords from having to to reveal something that might ultimately have caused them to have to lower their rent because the rents they're charging are unreasonable, and it also would've increased renter's ability to have some information parity, if no other kind of parity with the landlords that charge them rent. So, it was an anti-renter and a pro-landlord veto in very, very short. [00:36:32] Crystal Fincher: No, I think you summed it up quite well, and in this time where Bruce Harrell loves a dashboard - he talks about data and wanting to get more information. It seems like when there is a widely acknowledged housing affordability crisis that is exacerbating the homelessness crisis, doing everything we can - and the Harrell administration, all of it, all of the plans and all of his announcements have started with we need to gather the data and we'll get a dashboard up and all of that. This seems like a very basic step to do that. Landlords ostensibly advertise their rent when they're doing that anyway, which was one of the very basic things and I think Alex Pedersen - who is one of the more conservative members of the Council - it sounded perfectly reasonable, and he's taking this step to address housing affordability. I love the - funny enough, it comes down to zoning - as a former land use and planning board commissioner - man, everything comes down to zoning. [00:37:40] Erica Barnett: Yep. [00:37:41] Crystal Fincher: But it's - this was so basic and common sense, and it just seems - wow, we ask a lot from homeowners. We actually require homeowners to give a ton of personal, extremely personal information to landlords. We require people getting rental assistance and other assistance to give a ton of extremely personal information over to government entities and man, what a difference when it just comes to asking landlords to report what they're charging - which they have to report already in various formats - just really confounding and seems like a very clear and bold statement about where, who's being centered in this policy. And where, if we're talking about this housing affordability crisis, where help is not likely to come from. And it's just unfortunate 'cause if this is hard, then doing the actual things to increase affordability are a lot harder than this. So it's just troubling that that was a hard thing, when it initially would've been very basic - received a lot of pushback from Sara Nelson on the Council, and it looks like Mayor Harrell wound up feeling very similarly to Councilmember Nelson. [00:39:12] Erica Barnett: Well, it's very interesting that Councilmember Nelson sort of said several times - well, renters can just go and look on Craigslist or whatever - obviously a statement from somebody who hasn't had to rent in a very, very long time. It is so hard to know. It is so hard to even know what the place that you're trying to rent rents for, honestly, because a lot of times it'll be a range, and it'll be five months free or whatever, and then the deposit is huge. So in comparison - you wanna buy a house - you can go see what it's sold for the last five times it sold, you can see what the asking price is, you can see what the adjacent houses sold for - just, there's a tremendous amount of information. And this information, by the way, used to be available - there was a private company that provided it. And that company went out of business and that is what precipitated this legislation. So there's a long precedent of this information actually being available. The fact that it is not available is a new thing, not a longstanding situation. [00:40:13] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, and relevant to so many people in the City - about half of the City's residents are renters. And so this is very meaningful and very impactful for a lot of people in the City. And so we'll see what the next plan is, but action is needed. Housing is so expensive and continues to rise in and around Seattle and the State. So hopefully more action is figured out, or there are questions brought to Bruce Harrell to say - okay, so what is the plan? If we can't gather basic data, what are you going to do to make housing more affordable? Lots of things are on the table, action is needed - what is going to get done? Also - that we see here - is the Social Housing Initiative turned in their signatures. They exceeded the threshold. What happened here? [00:41:19] Erica Barnett: So this is the initiative to create a public development authority which would, and I'm sure your listeners already know this - I'm repeating myself, I'm sure - but basically it would create an authority that could build affordable housing, publicly-owned housing, permanently affordable housing. They turned in, I believe, around 29,000-something signatures, and they did not get as many signatures as they wanted. So when you turn in signatures for an initiative, a lot of them tend to get thrown out because they are illegible, they have addresses outside of Seattle, they're not eligible voters, et cetera. So they had hoped to turn in 35,000, they got around 29,000. And I think it remains to be seen, and they said this week at a press conference that it remains to be seen, whether that's going to end up being enough valid signatures. They do have an opportunity if it's just a few, or a few hundred, short to go out and collect those signatures. They get 20 days to do that, so this very well could be on the ballot in November. They did say that if they don't achieve their goal this time, they're not giving up, they're gonna keep pushing for this social housing measure. So either way, it's not gonna go away, but it could be on the ballot as soon as November. [00:42:40] Crystal Fincher: Well, and the very last thing that we'll cover super quickly - Inslee signaling no interest in suspending Washington's gas tax, as President Biden has signaled a potential easing of the federal gas tax for a period. What is Inslee thinking? [00:43:03] Erica Barnett: Well, I don't know exactly what Inslee's logic is, but my guess is that, in the same way that the the Biden proposal is not certain to lower gas taxes, neither is a local proposal or a state proposal, and you lose a lot of money. The gas tax in Washington State funds transportation projects and primarily, almost exclusively roads. So you can argue over some of those specific roadway expansion projects, but nonetheless it's a blunt instrument to suddenly eliminate a huge tax resource, without any real guarantee that gas companies won't just further increase the prices so that they make even more profit, since in the same way that this is not Biden's fault - Biden does not hold the main levers to actually decrease gas prices substantially, the oil companies do and they're making record profits. So I think that there's probably some caution about that. Are we gonna cut this tax, lose a lot of money, and gain nothing for consumers - that's a real risk. [00:44:11] Crystal Fincher: That is definitely a real risk and Biden is certainly receiving some of that feedback on his proposal. Gas prices are up around the world, the percentage increases that we're seeing in the United States are not close to the highest increases that other people have seen in some other countries. A lot of this is a supply problem, which easing the gas tax does not allow, and in fact it could make the supply problem a little worse if it encourages more people to buy gas. And it does rob folks of revenue, it does allow oil companies to - essentially if they wanted to - just pocket the difference and not pass along this to consumers. We're funneling this through essentially Big Oil, who is not known for being really generous and magnanimous and they like a lot of profit for themselves. And if anything - man, this money could be invested in helping reduce our reliance on this, to build infrastructure that enables more people to safely and efficiently use other methods of travel for short or long trips or commutes or all of the above. It just is - it's something, but sometimes doing something, even though it is something - if it doesn't fix the problem, why do it? And so I actually think Inslee is right on on this, because it's not actually a solution to the problem. With that, we will conclude today's conversation. Thank you for listening to Hacks & Wonks on this Friday, June 24th, 2022. The producer of Hacks & Wonks is Lisl Stadler - who just had a baby! - and assistant producer Shannon Cheng with assistance from Bryce Cannatelli, and our wonderful cohost today is Seattle political reporter and editor of PubliCola, Erica Barnett. You can find Erica on Twitter @ericacbarnett - that's Erica with a "c", and then another "c", Barnett - and on PubliCola.com. And you can buy her book, Quitter: A Memoir of Drinking, Relapse, and Recovery. You can find me on Twitter @finchfrii and all those things. You can find Hacks & Wonks on wherever you get your podcasts - just make sure to subscribe so you get our midweek and our end of week show. You can also get a full transcript of this episode and links to all of the resources referenced in the show. We will also have abortion fund resources in the show notes also and in the podcast episode notes. Thanks for tuning in - we'll talk to you next time.

    Roblox forever
    Outfit hacks ( royal high )

    Roblox forever

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 7:51


    Post Corona
    The Coming Political Crack-Up — with Mike Murphy

    Post Corona

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 48:42


    What have we learned so far about this election cycle, and what does it tell us about what's likely to happen in the midterm elections of 2022, and the Democratic and GOP primaries for president in 2024? Historically, California has often served as a movie trailer on our national political future -- 'coming to a theater near you.' Richard Nixon started there, turning the Cold War threat into an election theme in his early political campaigns; Ronald Reagan transformed what we now think of as movement conservatism during his two terms as governor; and Proposition 187 was a California state ballot issue in 1994, before immigration became a national political issue (it helped get then-Governor Pete Wilson re-elected on the issue of immigration). Celebrity candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger got elected governor there a year before the first season of The Apprentice. The state's size and diversity make it a political country within a country: a population of 40 million people, the fifth largest economy in the world, and a whopping 22 million registered voters. Long-time GOP campaign strategist Mike Murphy has been on the front lines – and often the mastermind – of some of these California campaigns, as well as plenty of national campaigns too. He's been thinking about what, if anything, President Biden and the Democrats can do to turn around their near-term electoral headwinds. Mike's view on the political crack-up is sparked by the breakdown in quality of life for his fellow Californians, and Americans almost everywhere. He also has some analytical insights on everything from the impact of inflation to the future of 'Roe vs Wade'. Mike has worked on 26 gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races across the country, including 12 GOP wins in Blue States – something that's getting harder and harder to do. He was a top strategist for John McCain, Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Murphy is a political analyst for NBC and MSNBC. He's co-host of the Hacks on Tap Podcast, and he also pens a political newsletter (The Hacks On Tap Newsletter). Murphy is co-director of the University of Southern California's Center for the Political Future.

    DIRTY, LAZY, Girl Podcast
    Weight Loss Rewards #31, S.4

    DIRTY, LAZY, Girl Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 31:13


    How can you choose weight loss rewards that help, not hurt, your keto transformation? Navigating this topic can be a bit tricky. Many of us instinctually reach for food as a reward. No more! We have to retrain our brain to think of rewards that won't cause us to backtrack or self-sabotage. Weight Loss Rewards Motivate yourself to achieve DIRTY, LAZY, KETO milestones by brainstorming little treats or rewards to earn along the way. These don't have to be expensive (or tangible objects). Experiences count too! One of my more memorable weight loss rewards was earing a trip to the ice-skating rink with my family. After losing a large amount of weight, I felt more confident putting on skates. I had a blast! What are your ideas for weight loss rewards? Self-Sabotage The difference between weight loss rewards that help, not hurt weight loss, is self-sabotage. The last thing you want to do is give yourself a high carb food as a treat! A hot fudge sundae, for example, does send the right message to your brain. You deserve more. I'm here to help support you on your weight loss journey. I have a ton of resources to help you solve keto weight loss problems. Keto lifestyle support groups, keto cookbooks, or inspirational weight loss videos? I've got you covered. Let's do this together, my friend! Free Keto Newsletter Sign up for my free keto newsletter for low carb tips, keto recipes, and weight loss inspiration. The first email comes automatically and includes a free starter keto grocery list (can't find it? check your junk folder - search stephanie@dirtylazyketo.com). There is no charge for my motivational emails. Unsubscribe at any time. 10,000+ Positive Reviews on Amazon. Readers agree. DIRTY, LAZY, KETO works! Related "Weight Loss Rewards" Articles: How to Kick Start Ketosis         Keto Plateau? Hacks to Break a Weight Loss Stall on the Keto Diet         Get Started on a Ketogenic Diet: Beginners Guide to Ketosis        

    Super U Podcast
    Writing Your Story | The Focus Project #27

    Super U Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 12:31


    This audible clip from Erik Qualman's #1 Bestselling book The Focus Project covers how daily journaling is beneficial on many levels including reducing stress, improving immune functions, keeping memory sharp, boosting your mood, and strengthening emotional health.   5x Best Selling Author and Motivational Speaker Erik Qualman has performed in over 55 countries and reached over 50 million people. His Socialnomics work has been on 60 Minutes to the Wall Street Journal and used by the National Guard to NASA. His book Digital Leader propelled him to be voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling.   Have Erik speak at your conference: eq@equalman.com   Learn more at: https://equalman.com/

    MADE FOR MORE
    How to Take Radical Responsibility for Your Life with Kim Mellor

    MADE FOR MORE

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 50:21


    In today's episode I get to speak to my favourite person ever, Kim Mellor. Kim was one of the first guests on Made for More and I absolutely love her.  She shares about what podcasting has done for her and how it's impacted her business. We also talk about taking radical responsibility for your life, your business, and your growth. She shares how retreats have completely transformed her business. Kim has been on the most incredible journey over the last two years. If you follow her on Instagram, she makes you feel like you just want to literally pack up a bag, get on a plane and move to Bali, because the adventures that she goes on are incredible. Ultimately, she has invested tens of thousands, probably hundreds of thousands of pounds in herself and in her business. And that is why she coaches in the way that she coaches. Kim is a manifestation coach, and she teaches you how to really kind of connect into that higher power. She is honestly a magnet for miracles. I'm so excited for you to hear this episode.Ways you can find Kim: InstagramWebsiteRetreatYou can join the challenge here:https://carlymeyers--thebusinessbox.thrivecart.com/tick-all-the-boxes/613f3b0518506/Join 'LAUNCH YOUR PODCAST' FREE TRAININGhttps://www.carlymeyers.com/freepodcasttrainingJoin 'The Ambitious Female Entrepreneur Club' FB Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/powerfulwomeninbusiness/Trial KAJABI for free for 30 dayshttps://www.carlymeyers.com/kajabiFollow me on Instagram: @madeformorepod @carlymeyerslifeAnd, if you enjoyed this episode, please leave me a rating and a review. Thank you so much! Love alwaysCarly xx

    This Is Your Life with Virginia Kerr
    89| Time Saving Video Hacks to Keep You Consistent

    This Is Your Life with Virginia Kerr

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 15:39


    Is your video content creation taking you way too much time? Does it stress you out having to come up with ideas and how to turn them into a Reel? It's frustrating. And it can cause you to be less consistent if it takes too long. Help is one the way! I'm sharing my video shortcuts I've used for years to help me plan ahead and stay consistent. These are hacks you can turn around and use right now! For more information about the podcast, or to learn more about This is Video School, visit www.thisisvirginiakerr.com I would love to connect with you more on social media! You can find me at: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ThisIsVirginiaKerr  Instagram: https://instagram.com/thisisvirginiakerr Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2572966429659470

    The Healthy Balanced Mama Podcast
    HMH: Summer Meal Prep Hacks

    The Healthy Balanced Mama Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 14:04


    Summer is, well, HOT. And many of us want to do LESS cooking in the summer- not more! So WHY are we talking about meal prep? Because no matter what season, meal prep creates convenience- for whatever meals you need it to! Do you have to meal prep in the summer? No! Will it make it meals easier? Totally. In today's episode, I'm sharing three questions to ask to hack your summer meal prep- and how to make it work for you! With that… it's the end of Healthy Mama Hacks! In the next four weeks you'll get four best-of episodes you might have missed, and when we're back the podcast will officially be the Healthy Mama Kitchen! Don't forget to hit 'subscribe' for new episodes when they come out in August! Healthy Mama Meal Prep Course: http://www.healthymamakris.com/mealprepConnect with Kris: InstagramWebsite

    The Prepped and Polished Podcast
    Tutoring Tips SAT Math Hacks Tips and Tricks to Catapult your Math Score

    The Prepped and Polished Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 5:38


    On Episode 258 of the Prepped and Polished Podcast, Aaron discusses when and where students should use a calculator on the SAT Math Test, as well as how to tackle the non-calculator section so your student can improve their scores on the SAT.

    The View In Review
    Is Lindsey Granger a Serious Contender for The View's 5th Seat?

    The View In Review

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 42:19


    The View has yet to name its fifth co-host, but in recent weeks a passionate online fan base of “Power Grangers” have thrown their support behind Lindsey Granger.  In this episode of The View in Review, we discuss the Power Grangers phenomenon with guest Sarah Kellysen, who runs The View History Twitter account, and break down Granger's chances to nab the conservative seat. Show Topics Sarah Kellysen of The View History explains the Power Grangers phenomenon and lays out the case for Lindsey Granger Lindsey Granger and Alyssa Farah Griffin continue to vie for the frontrunner position Meghan McCain's four years on The View offer a lesson in what not to do Previewing next week in the Bahamas with Sherri Shepherd, Chloe Fineman, and Tyra Banks Elsewhere on TV: Ava from Hacks and The View; Emmy underdogs References The View History (Twitter) Lindsey Granger Says Prosecuting Trump for Jan. 6 Will ‘Ignite His Base to a Point of No Return' (Claire's recap of Wednesday's show) The Co-Hosts Discuss Sen. John Cornyn and the Texas GOP (YouTube) Joy Behar Says Ex-Trumpers are ‘Recovering Addicts' (YouTube) The View Announces Star-Studded Guest List for the Bahamas Week (ABC) Ava From Hacks Should Be The View's Fifth Co-Host (Primetimer) 12 Emmy Underdogs Who Deserve Recognition (Primetimer) Discussion Tweet us @theviewinreview Talk about The View in our forums

    Homeownership by Movementum Realty
    Homeownership Hacks to Beat Inflation - EP176 - Homeownership

    Homeownership by Movementum Realty

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 7:24


    In this episode we discuss when you own a home you usually have space to store things. Take advantage of sales and storing to beat the rising costs. When it is time to buy home heating oil it is usually the most expensive. Try to time the market and buy your oil in bulk for the winter heating months. Starting a vegetable garden can be a fun and inexpensive way to create a lot of great food. Use some of that yard space to create a cornucopia of fresh produce.

    Mom Tips
    Summertime Hacks to Survive the Heat with Kids

    Mom Tips

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 1:46


    While the kids are out of school, finding ways to keep them entertained and safe during the summer is Mom's No. 1 priority.

    Yeah, We Said It
    Vacation's All I Ever Wanted

    Yeah, We Said It

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 98:04


    Emma is back from a 10-day summer vacation and is giving you the full download on it all. Her and Zac started in Miami and made their way to Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Jacksonville, Savannah, and Charleston and she, of course, has a million little memories and stories to share from each spot (including epic rollercoasters, amazing food, and stomach situations that will haunt her dreams forever). She also talks about finishing season 2 of Hacks in two sittings, the Anthony Bourdain documentary, and how she *finally* finished the book she's been reading for two months! Sit back, relax, and enjoy this supersized episode. All city highlights linked on Emma's Instagram: Miami Orlando Savannah Charleston Befriend me on Goodreads! Watch the Anthony Bourdain documentary, Roadrunner Request to join the That's What E Said private group --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thats-what-e-said/support

    Handyman Pros Radio Show
    Ice Pack Hacks

    Handyman Pros Radio Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 5:29


    Hot weather is here, time for some simple solutions to create your own Ice Packs. Subscribe to our free newsletter, https://handymanprosradioshow.com/newsletter-signup/ Join our facebook group @handyman pros Send us an email, questions@handymanprosradioshow.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/handymanpros/message

    Mega Podcast 2K
    OofCast

    Mega Podcast 2K

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 45:51


    The fellas talk Hacks, The Boys, Drakes new Album, Beyonce's New Single, and mucho more.Featured Music: Break My Soul by Beyonce, Show Me Love by Robin S, Get It Together by Drake, Down Hill by Drake, Sticky by Drake.

    The Rachel Varga Podcast
    Interpreting Viome and Biological Aging Hacks with Rachel Varga

    The Rachel Varga Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 15:54


    Lisa is a One on One client of mine and reached out asking about interpreting her Viome results. She was not-so-pleased to learn that her biological age was 59 when her chronological age is 55. What can she do? How can she slow her biological aging and get better skin in the process? In today's episode I share a few tips and tricks for slowing your biological age, navigating biohacking diets and other things that may not actually be right for you!Announcements!20% OFF SKIN SUPPLEMENTS SALE on some of my top internal skin and support supplements ends soon! Email me with your skin supplement requests for sleep, immune, adrenal, collagen/skin, hormone and detox/cleanse support to me directly at info@rachelvarga.ca now for exclusive access

    Johnjay & Rich On Demand
    Stacks & Hacks - Rich and the dryer sheets.

    Johnjay & Rich On Demand

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 5:22


    Johnjay's stacks of things to tell you are piling up and Rich has an update on the dryer sheet life hack! AN ALL NEW Stacks & Hacks!

    The Cut
    In Her Shoes: Jen Statsky

    The Cut

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 42:33


    Jen Statsky has been writing her way through the industry punchline by punchline. On this episode, the co-creator of Hacks on HBO Max talks about her start in the industry, how the show got green-lit and the homage it pays to women in the business who were maligned by media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Millionaire Secrets
    Simple Hacks To Having VALUABLE Conversations | MARK DRAGER | Unlock Your Potential #207

    Millionaire Secrets

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 62:24


    Active Listening is the key to having more valuable conversations. In this episode, I chat with Mark Drager about how active listening makes conversations more authentic and smooth. Mark Drager is a brand strategist, podcast host, and business owner who discovered that active listening was the key to overcoming his awkwardness. Active listening is listening to the other person in a conversation to process and clarify their words without judgment. The goal of active listening is to pay attention to the other person without forming an argument in your head. If you think of something to say, ask yourself if it's worth interrupting the person or letting them finish. After the person finishes speaking and you've had time to reflect, you can say whatever is on your mind. Saying whatever is on your mind after you've reflected is more authentic because you aren't caught up in your own argument. So, I challenge you to implement active listening in your conversations and watch how much more valuable those conversations become. Create the life you've always wanted!

    The Backpacking Podcast
    117 Summer Hacks, New Gear and John Rants Like an Old Man

    The Backpacking Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 60:19


    Jeremiah and JK share some hacks they use on trail in the summer while talking about topics that get John a little heated. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/backpackingpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/backpackingpodcast/support

    All the Hacks
    Protect Your Family, Mitigate Taxes and Preserve Your Wealth with Patrick Hicks and Mani Mahadevan

    All the Hacks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 86:39


    #62: Estate Planning experts Patrick Hicks from Trust & Will and Mani Mahadevan from Valur join me to discuss all the fundamentals of estate planning and what you need to do to protect yourself and your family. We also dig deeper into advanced tactics commonly used by high net worth families to mitigate taxes, grow their savings and preserve their wealth for the future.Patrick Hicks, J.D. LL.M.  is Head of Legal with Trust & Will, serving as their General Counsel overseeing all attorney-related operations, including regulatory efforts and legal affairs.Mani Mahadevan is the Founder and CEO of Valur a company created to help entrepreneurs and investors keep more of their hard-earned gains.Full show notes at: https://www.allthehacks.com/estate-planning-patrick-hicks-mani-mahadevan Partner DealsVuori: 20% off the most comfortable performance apparel I've ever wornAthletic Greens: Free 1 year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packsTrustworthy: 20% off The Family Operating System®Daffy: Free $25 to give to the charity of your choice Selected Links From The EpisodeConnect with Patrick: Twitter | Instagram |  LinkedIn | WebsiteConnect with Mani: Twitter | LinkedIn | WebsiteAll the Hacks Newsletter: Protecting Your Family with Estate Planning (what you need to know and do)Trust & Will: Get 15% off any estate plan at Trust & WillValur: Get 3 months of trust administration free when you mention All the Hacks during signupValur Blog PostsValur Charitable Remainder Trust GuideTax Planning Guide for EmployeesSave on taxes even if you have already realized your incomeValur Crypto Tax Planning GuideTrusts 101 Full Show Notes Three core functions of a will and who needs one [1:34]Patrick describes the process that happens when a person passes away without having a will [04:37]Two types of debt and what happens to your liabilities when you pass away [09:00]The core difference between an estate plan and a will [10:53]Common documents found within healthcare documents, the nuances of creating them, and in the case of becoming incapacitated, potential problems of not having one [12:07]Benefits of a revocable living trust and how they compare to a will [16:42]The probate process, time frame, and general expenses involved [19:59]Circumstances to consider when choosing to use a service or online template vs hiring an attorney [25:16]More benefits of choosing to set up a trust [29:10] Administrative and financial responsibilities and requirements of a trustee [30:48]Conversations with the people you've chosen to manage your estate plan [37:04]Updating your estate plan [38:58]Trustworthy storage of your important documents and the importance of telling people how to access them if necessary [40:09]Patrick's tips, tricks, and hacks on protecting your family in the event of your death [41:30]Chris shares the deal that Trust & Will has for All the Hacks listeners [44:29]Overview of tax and estate planning [46:20]Explanation of charitable remainder trusts, how they're beneficial to charities, and how to make the tax benefits work for you [49:43]Two investment restrictions and the downside of investing in charitable remainder trusts [54:48]Minimizing estate taxes by using GRATs (grantor retained annuity trusts) in your estate planning [58:02]Avoiding taxes in a high-income year through the use of charitable lead annuity trusts and how they compare with donor-advised funds [1:04:26]  Tax opportunities and other benefits of using ILITs (irrevocable life insurance trust) [1:11:30]Chris shares advice about life insurance and describes the benefits of setting up an LLC for your family [1:13:41]Three categories of estate planning tactics [1:16:17]Using stretch IRAs, implications of the Secure Act, and finding and using technology to take advantage of opportunities [1:19:25]Ways that Valur is trying to make estate planning more accessible and affordable, and how to find out more about the company [1:25:01] SponsorsTrustworthyTrustworthy is a secure online service that helps modern families protect, organize, and optimize their important information — ID's, Money, Property, Passwords, Insurance, Taxes, Legal, Emergency Instructions and the Family Archive. Trustworthy gives you a system of record for all your family information and lets you share it with loved ones, collaborate with trusted professionals like your accountant or wealth advisor and helps you keep everything up to date and on track so you never have to pay a late fee or penalty again.So if you want to set up your Family Operating System and be prepared for all of life's moments you can get 20% off and a free 14-day trial at allthehacks.com/trustworthy DaffyDaffy is a not-for-profit community built around a new modern way to give, with a mission to help people be more generous, more often. Daffy makes it so much easier to put money aside for charity. You can make your tax deductible contributions all at once. Or you can set aside a little each week or month. Then anytime in the future, you can give to more than one and a half million charities, schools, and faith-based organizations in a matter of seconds. So you can separate the decision to give (and get your tax deduction) from deciding exactly which organization you want to support and when. My favorite part is that you can invest your contributions to your Daffy account so they can grow tax-free to let you have even more impact in the future. To start giving today and get your free $25 to give to the charity of your choice, go to allthehacks.com/daffy Athletic GreensAthletic Greens is a foundational nutrition drink designed to remove the friction from covering the daily nutritional needs of a modern diet. It combines more than 9 essential nutrition products into one convenient and great-tasting drink, giving you an easy and efficient way to get you daily multivitamin, multimineral, probiotic, prebiotic, functional greens blend, immune support complex and more. It contains no GMOs, no harmful ingredients and no artificial colors or sweeteners.Right now, Athletic Greens is going to give you a free 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5  free travel packs with your first purchase. To take ownership over your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional  insurance visit allthehacks.com/athleticgreens VuoriVuori is a new and fresh perspective on performance apparel. Perfect if you are sick and tired of traditional, old workout gear. Everything is designed to work out in, but doesn't look or feel like it. The product is incredibly versatile and can be used for just about any activity like running, training, swimming, yoga; but also great for lounging or weekend errands.To get the most comfortable and versatile clothing on the planet with 20% off your first purchase (plus free shipping on any US order over $75 and free returns) visit allthehacks.com/vuori Connect with All the HacksAll the Hacks: Newsletter | Website | Facebook | EmailChris Hutchins: Twitter | Instagram | Website | LinkedIn

    Wine and Weed
    Sexologist Shan Boodram Returns! (Open Relationships, Brushing Before The Dentist & Sex Hacks)

    Wine and Weed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 104:29


    Chris Reinacher and Steelo Brim are joined by Season 1 favorite, certified sexologist Shan Boodram to talk sex, relationships and the news of the week. This week they cover brushing before the dentist, sleeping with a partner VS alone, vaginal bubbles, getting stomped out by an elephant, what your decor says about your sex life, open relationships, unicorn energy, and more! Alahna Jade reads the facts.     

    Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions
    379: 7 Effective Herbs for Stopping a Blood Sugar Spike and Addressing Poor Metabolic Health

    Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 28:17


    Back in spring of 2015, when I was 35 years old, my metabolism, energy, and weight all hit rock bottom… and here's the kicker: I never once thought that I was dealing with insulin resistance and crazy blood sugar issues.    Now, I can't begin to tell you how many women have come to me over the years and shared that they ALSO struggled with weight-loss resistance that seemed to come out of nowhere!   If these symptoms have been something you have struggled with as well, you are NOT alone.   Tune in to today's podcast to learn how to stabilize blood sugar levels and increase insulin sensitivity, PLUS the 7 most effective herbs to get your metabolism back online. You'll hear:   The most common symptoms of a blood sugar spike or crash Why to get your A1c and average A1c checked at your next visit  3 signs that your blood sugar is all over the place 8 easy ways to stabilize your blood sugar at home 7 effective herbs to balance your blood sugar and fix your metabolism   Mentioned in this episode:   *ALL-NEW GlucoSupport – The Blood-Sugar Balancer*   Magnesium Restore – The Anxiety-Buster   Essentially Whole Store – Your Home for All-Things Healthy  Related Resources:   Essentially You Episode #375: What We've Been Told About Healthy Sugar is a Lie   Essentially You Episode #361: 5 Things You Can Quickly do After Overeating to Avoid the Blood Sugar Rollercoaster    6 Easy Ways to Block Blood Sugar Spikes   Essentially You Episode #341: Supplementing with this Super-Mineral Will Help Stabilize Blood Sugar Levels and Improve Sleep   Essentially You Episode #307: Top 5 Hacks to Block Blood Sugar Spikes

    The Wanger Show
    Cody Almost RUINED EVERYTHING | The Wanger Show 277

    The Wanger Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 130:12


    DONATE TO STREAMLABS: https://streamlabs.com/amateurhourfilmss/tipJOIN OUR PATREON TODAY: https://www.patreon.com/wangersGET SOME WANGERS MERCH: https://bit.ly/2rRJjer We're back with another episode of The Wanger Show. BUT... we're pre-recording this week so BUCKLE UP. We talk about all things: Stranger Things, Hacks, The Northman, WINNING TIME, Hustle more Jurassic World: Dominion and so much more. Plus, Cody LITERALLY almost ended the show for good. Like big time. Then we take some questions from our Patrons. It was a fun time. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thewangershow/support

    10% Happier with Dan Harris
    463: Solutions to all of Your Moral Dilemmas | Michael Schur

    10% Happier with Dan Harris

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 55:36


    Life is filled with all kinds of moral dilemmas— from the mundane to the momentous. Should I lie and tell my friend that I like her ugly shirt? Can I still enjoy great art if it was created by terrible people? How much money should I give to charity? Ultimately, does anything we do even matter?In today's conversation, television writer and producer, Michael Schur helps us to navigate our moral dilemmas and answer some of these difficult questions. Schur is best known for creating and co-creating such shows as Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Good Place, and Rutherford Falls. Additionally, he has worked on shows like The Office, Master of None, The Comeback, and Hacks. He is also the Author of How to Be Perfect: The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question. In this episode we talk about: What got him started on the road to reading philosophy and studying ethicsThe so-called “trolley problem”Trusting your gutNatural states of virtueThe evolutionary advantages of virtueAnd how white lies can be beneficial in a complicated and messy societyThis interview was recorded in person at the TED conference in April of 2022, where both Michael Schur and Dan Harris spoke.Full Shownotes: https://www.tenpercent.com/podcast-episode/michael-schur-463See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.