For today's Spotlight episode, I'm excited to welcome Joon Lee to the show.Joon Lee is a Major League Baseball writer for ESPN.com. He regularly hosts BBTN Live (Baseball Tonight Live), ESPN's streamed pregame show and has contributed to ESPN's MLB game telecasts. Before ESPN, Lee covered the NFL, NBA, MLB, sneakers, fashion, pop culture, and the Olympics at Bleacher Report. He also worked for The Washington Post and Boston Herald and has had bylines in The Ringer, S.B. Nation, and The Hardball Times. In 2018, Lee was named a Media Rising Star by Folio Magazine.Most recently, Joon was on live television to address insensitive comments made by Stephen A Smith on Angel's Player Shohei Ohtani on how a player who needs a translator can't be the face of the MLB. Today's focus is on Joon himself and his exciting journey to America and how he's been able to make his way to become one of a handful of Asian American sportswriters in major league sports. In this episode, we discuss:- Living in Boston as a Korean immigrant- How influential sports culture is in Boston compared to other places in the U.S.- When Joon realized he wanted a career in sports.- How the opportunity to speak with Stephen A. Smith about his comments on Shohei Ohtani came about- Wanting to make a difference and have an impact in professional sports- Have you always been vocal?- Joon landing his dream job and living the American dream- The best piece of advice- Where Joon sees himself in the next five years. You can follow Joon Lee on Instagram at @joon.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/asianmenswear)
Judges 7:7-8 New King James Version 7 Then the Lord said to Gideon, “By the three hundred men who lapped I will save you, and deliver the Midianites into your hand. Let all the other people go, every man to his place.” 8 So the people took provisions and their trumpets in their hands. And he sent away all the rest of Israel, every man to his tent, and retained those three hundred men. Now the camp of Midian was below him in the valley.
Judges 7:7-8 New King James Version 7 Then the Lord said to Gideon, “By the three hundred men who lapped I will save you, and deliver the Midianites into your hand. Let all the other people go, every man to his place.” 8 So the people took provisions and their trumpets in their hands. And he sent away all the rest of Israel, every man to his tent, and retained those three hundred men. Now the camp of Midian was below him in the valley.
Welcome back if you're a return listener to this soundcast. If this is your first time in, welcome as well to Succotash, the Comedy Soundcast Soundcast, where we offer you a weekly tasting platter of comedy soundcasts from around the internet for your ears. Bite-sized little clips that will, hopefully, tempt you to seek out the shows we're featuring in their entirety. I'm your host for Episode 274, Marc Hershon, but to keep up the frenetic pace of putting out a weekly show, I split the hosting duties by switching off weeks with Mr. Tyson Saner. And if you didn't catch last week's entry, Epi273, in which Tyson featured clips from Amazing Pop Culture Podcast, Life is Short with Justin Long, and WTF with Marc Maron. Don't despair, as you can still catch the episode on Apple and Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Audible, iHeart Radio, Soundcloud, and wherever fine soundcasts are streamed and/or downloaded. You can also grab it from our homesite, SuccotashShow.com, where we have stockpiled our past 10+ years of comedy soundcast clippery and also interviews we have done over the past decade. Just a quick reminder that Tyson and I are currently (and always have been) clipping and presenting this array of soundcast snacks out of the goodness of our hearts. We so far have failed to lure any sponsors to this show, other than our freeloading fake advertiser Henderson's Pants, and it actually costs money to put this sucker out every week. We're not complaining – we love doing this – but what would be so super nice of you would be if you could show your appreciation for our efforts by rating and reviewing Succotash Show wherever you happen to be getting it from. A quick five stars, a couple of lines about how enchanting the show is – you're in, you're out, no one gets hurt. Thanks in advance – we really do appreciate your listenership and we hate to beg, but hey… I've got a full rack of clips to share with you this week, from comedy soundcasts For What It's Worth, Storytime with Seth Rogen, How to Survive! with Danielle & Kristine, and Movies to Be Buried With with Brett Goldstein. In addition, this episode is brought to you by Henderson's Pants new Beavertail Pants! CLIPS What Are You Watching?I'm going to kick things off with a special bonus clip! What makes it special? Well, I'm in it. That's right. It's me being featured as a guest on another soundcast. Hosted by past Succotash guest and friend of the show Chris Mancini, What Are You Watching? is Chris and a guest talking about what they're watching, mostly on TV but sometimes movies, too. So we've had Chris on, we've featured his soundcast, so all it took was a little begging and pleading to be invited to be the guest for his recent Episode 50. It was a nice change of pace to be the interviewee, and we had a great time talking about a bunch of shows. The clip is from our discussion of the Hulu/FX streaming show Y: The Last Man. Movies to be Buried With with Brett GoldsteinIf you're a fan of Ted Lasso, the big breakout hit on Apple TV last year starring Jason Sudekis – as I am, regardless of the pounding it's been taking from people this season – then you probably also love the character of Roy Kent. Portrayed by Brett Goldstein, Roy's a foul-mouthed contentious veteran footballer who becomes a foul-mouthed, slightly less contentious coach in Season 2. Brett started out as a staff writer on the show who lobbied Sudekis and the producers to let him play Roy and wouldn't you know? The guy's perfect. What I didn't know of, I'm ashamed to say, is that Brett is also a comedian and, what's more, has been hosting more than 160 of episodes of his own comedy soundcast called Movies To Be Buried With, with Brett Goldstein. He brings in a guest, explains that they've been killed in some manner, but the good news is that they go onto an afterlife where they get to explain their life through their favorite movies. Episode 121 featured guest Patton Oswalt and, as you can imagine, hilarity ensued. We have an ear peek for you… How To Survive! with Danielle & KristineNext up is a clip from the debut episode of a brand new comedy soundcast: How To Survive! with Danielle & Kristine. Every episode features hosts Danielle Koenig & Kristine Kimmel doing their best to help you figure out how to “survive the things that could kill you and the stuff that just makes you wish you were dead.” In their kickoff installment, it's how to both survive a wildfire and also, with the help of their comedic actress friend and guest, Alex Alexander, how to survive being fired. Our clip is from the first part, and jumps into what you should do if you're at home and can see a fire coming… Storytime with Seth RogenWe've clipped another soundcast that just kicked off in recent weeks: Storytime with Seth Rogen. Seth has a very funny and creative mind, and this is a pretty inventive show, with guests popping in an out as he unfolds someone's story that intersects with other people and becomes their story along the way. In his first episode, the story belongs to Quinta Brunson, a writer, producer, comedian, and actress. You may know her from her self-produced Instagram series Girl Who Has Never Been on a Nice Date. But before she got into showbiz, she was a Jehovah's Witness, living a pretty buttoned up lifestyle. Until she was on a date in Phildelphia and happened to meet Paul Rudd, yes, that Paul Rudd, at the movie theater she was in. The impact of that encounter changed the course of her life. Our clip is from Seth's chat with Paul Rudd, who doesn't recall his encounter with Quinta, but does explain why he's so damn nice to people. For What It's WorthMurray Valeriano is a comedian and longtime soundcaster – you maybe heard his show Road Stories, where he chatted with fellow comics about mostly hell gigs – and we've met repeatedly during the five-year-run of the Los Angeles Podcast Festival. He has a new-ish soundcast up and running, which I reviewed last week for This Week in Comedy Podcasts for Vulture.com called For What It's Worth and, as Murray calls it, “the only music and comedy game show … that matters!” It's a fast-paced game show with a lot of opportunities for the comedian contestant to bust each other's (and Muraay's) chops while trying desperately to correctly answer music trivia questions. This clip is from a recent episode featuring Jimmy Pardo, Gary Brightwell, and Geoff Tate, and the opening round, called “The Rock Wall”. That's what you're going to hear, and a few other little odds and ends, on Succotash Epi274. Here's hoping you enjoy our clip harvest for this week, and that you are inspired to go listen to one or all of the shows we're featuring this week. If you're having trouble remembering the show titles or where you can find them, I invite you to slide over to our blog page for this episode at our homesite, SuccotashShow.com, where you'll find lovely little clickable titles for the show AND clickable Twitter or Instagram links for the folks involved in the soundcasts. Tyson Saner will be right in this same feed next week with Episode 275 which will likely have a new crop o' clips for you. In the meantime, try to treat everyone you meet decently, wear a mask if you're supposed to, vax if you haven't, and if anyone asks if you've heard anything good lately, won't you please pass the Succotash? — Marc Hershon
Video on BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/xYPfVGbW154y/ Video on Rumble: https://rumble.com/vmtx5t-current-events-sept-6-2021.html Video on Odysee: https://odysee.com/@chycho:6/Current_Events_Sept6_2021:7 CensorTube Intro: link will be provided shortly ***SUPPORT*** ▶️ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/chycho ▶️ Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/chycho ▶️ Subscribe Star: https://www.subscribestar.com/chycho ▶️ Streamlabs at: https://streamlabs.com/chycholive SELECT APPROXIMATE TIMESTAMPS: - CensorTube Introduction (0:02-3:58) - China and Other Countries Are Clamping down on Their Populations, Something Is Going on, Be Prepared (5:05-7:09 and further) - How Important Was Zbigniew Brzezinski's the Grand Chessboard: Domination of Eurasia Still at Play (7:26-8:40) - Inverted Totalitarian Fascism - China Burning Their Fleet (10:45) - The Grand Chessboard (12:12) - The Lies Told to us by centralized power regarding the invasion of afghanistan (12:55) - We Reap What We Sow: What We Did to Others Our Governments Are Now Doing to Us, Divide and Conquer (14:05-16:56) - How to Get to Sleep When You're Too Anxious: Change Sleeping Location, Herbs & Meditate, Work, Cook, Walk & Focus on World Issues(19:02-20:35) - What's Going on in Australia? Covid Internment Camps Reminiscent of Historical Concentration Camps (20:35-26:08) - Centralized Policing Is Brutalizing People Irrespective of Their Color: The Enemy of Capital as Power Is Non Compliance, Not Color (26:25-27:23) - 1984 & Animal Farm (27:24) - China (28:28) - China's Road and Belt Initiative Just Secured Afghanistan: Critical Regions Are Severing Ties with the United States (28:27-29:52) - Collapse: Succumbing to the Dictates of Bullies, Fascists & Useful Idiots: This Is Year One, Just Imagine What Year Five Will Be Like (29:52-34:30) - This Is Medical Tyranny: Requiring a Medical Procedure to Spend Time with Family (34:57-36:02) - What Should the Response Be to the Pandemic: Turn Off Propaganda & Get Off Censored Social Networks like FaceBook and Twitter (36:14-43:03) - Thank You CIA for Funding George Orwell's 1954 Animal Farm Animation, Foreshadowing Our Present Predicament (43:03-44:00) - To Take the Shot or Not Take the Shot, That Is the Question (44:38-50:46) - Why Infinite Booster Shots Is Their Downfall: How Many Times Will You Take It Up The Shoot? (50:47-51:52) - Let the Science Guide You, Don't Just Trust the Science, Science Is Not Faith, Science Is a Procedure (52:18-55:30) - The Covid Pandemic and The Great Reset: We Have to Kill Bureaucracy Because Bureaucracy Kills (56:20-1:01:15) - The Booster Shots and the Variants: I See an Anomaly, Maybe We Should Rethink Our Hypotheses? (1:02:09-1:03:56) - Rescue Dogs in Australia Killed Over Covid Lockdown Restrictions Even Though They Had Homes (1:05:05-1:06:56) - Trust the Data (1:0733) - Here is How Coercion Works (1:08:55-1:10:02) - ... and more .... - Just a Handful of Unanswered Questions about 9/11 (1:12:33-1:15:24) - What's the Purpose of the Covid Vaccines? Who Are the Beneficiaries? Our Imagination Is Not Dark Enough to Envision Their Plans (1:15:38-1:20:23) - Israel's Vaccine Experiment (1:20:38) - Corbett Report (1:21:16) - We Don't Have to Know Their Plans, Just That They Are Evil: There Is No Where to Run, Stand Your Ground (1:22:10-1:24:23) - Politicians Lie to Acquire Power, When Acquired, They Centralize that Power and Stomp on Humanity: Example from British Columbia, Canada (1:24:23-1:26:57) - No Experiment Should Be Mandated for an Entire Population, If It Goes Wrong, It Is an Extinction Event: Insanity (1:27:35-1:31:15) - Antinatalism, Is Life worth Living? Nature Is Brutal, but Also Beautiful: The Only People That Are Happy All the Time Are the Insane (1:33:24-1:37:54) - Just Because Its Been like This in Your Life Time It Doesn't Mean Its Always Been like This (1:38:17-1:40:55) - Patio Grapes (1:41:07) - ... and more ... ... ... - ... and more ...
Everyone has their favorite holiday, but do you know how your favorite holiday came into being? The answers may surprise you. For instance, in 12th century England, New Year's Day was celebrated on March 25th, but the ancient Celts celebrated their New Year (Sumhain) on November 1st. So why do we now celebrate the New Year on January 1st? And why do we now use the Gregorian Calendar as opposed to the Julian Calendar? Also, did the Druids really use human sacrifices during their celebrations? And why would shepherds be tending their flocks in the middle of December? Did slavery still exist after June 19, 1865? Here in our 30th episode we answer every single one of those questions and much more!Episode Notes:King Numa Pompilius (c. 700 BC) is credited with adding January and February to the old 10-month Roman calendar, but March 1st remained New Year's Day for Romans until the Julian calendar was developed around 45 BC.President Abraham Lincoln did not, in August of 1862, write to Horatio Seymour, former and future Governor of New York, about slavery and the Union, but rather to Horace Greeley, editor of The New York Tribune. As promised, here is Rebecca's Spotify playlist, “October Songs”. Books:A Brief History of the Calendar by David Harper, PhD, FRASNew Year's Day Wikipedia articleThe Civil War Day by Day by E.B. LongLincoln by David Herbert DonaldHalloween by Ruth Edna KelleyA Brief History of the Druids by Peter Berresford EllisThe Christmas Encyclopedia by William CrumpHistorical Dictionary of Catholicism by William J. CollingeFilm:The Wicker Man (1973) – with Edward Woodward, Diane Cilento
Photo: A Handful of Australia; a Vintage Postcard from the Early 1900s. 1/2 Australia goes nuke. Gregory Copley, @Gregory_Copley. AUKUS Smashing Success Already. AUKUS Smashing Success Already.
After hearing head coaches around college and the NFL get asked about the USC vacancy and evade the questions, Doug speculates on who would be the best fit to be the next Trojans coach. Doug weighs in on Travis Kelce's response to whether or not he actually forgot who his Chiefs were playing next. Former NFL and Iowa State quarterback Sage Rosenfels joins Doug to talk about his Cyclones and to give his thoughts on NFL quarterback situations after week one. Plus, Doug has thoughts on Colin Cowherd's "compliment" for Baker Mayfield. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this episode of the '97 Demo Podcast, we discuss the latest music news and review Kanye West's latest studio album "Certified Lover Boy" and give our thoughts on the album and its rollout. Headlines on Tap: - Britney Spears's Father Files to End Her Conservatorship - Kendrick Lamar Appears to Register a Handful of New Songs with ASCAP - Lorde Dropped A Surprise Mini-Album Of 'Solar Power' Tracks In The Māori Language 0:04:51 - Intro/Headlines 0:13:14 - New Releases 0:22:51 - CLB Review 1:18:17 - Billboard Highlights 1:21:39 - Project of the Week/Outro Be sure to catch all of the latest episodes of the '97 Demo. Follow us on Twitter! '97 Demo: @the97demo Nnamdi: @NnamEgwuon Noah: @noahamcgee_ Avery: @AveryDalal
Every day we are bombarded by images of unattainable beauty, regaled with stories of fame, and envious of those who have attained great wealth. It's easy to lose sight of our important contributions to the world and those around us. No matter how we have ended up , we all started as a figurative "handful of clay."Henry van Dyke was a well-known clergyman, English professor, and author. He spent almost a quarter century teach English Literature at Princeton, while writing numerous short stories in his spare time. He also composed several verses of “My Country Tis of Thee,” America's unofficial national anthem prior to the “Star Spangled Banner's” gaining official anthem status in 1931.
Today - A handful of employees at Confluence Health and Cascade Medical have resigned over the state's mandate requiring all private healthcare workers to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Also, highlighting Rachel Bishop. Rachel is the Community programs manager at the Wenatchee River Institute and a winner of Wenatchee World's 30 under 35 awards. To learn more visit us at wenatcheeworld.com Support the show: https://www.wenatcheeworld.com/site/forms/subscription_services/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A reading of a handful of poems from the second half of Seamus Heaney's career. Aside from his book Seeing Things, his poetry doesn't seem nearly as powerful to me as his earlier work, and so it seemed best to sum up my favorite poems from his later life here. The poems are: Station Island (1984) The Railway Children Part VII from "Station Island" from The Spirit Level (1996) The Strand Postscript from District and Circle (2006) A Shiver Part 1 of "District and Circle" A Hagging Match from Human Chain (2010) from "Colum Cille Cecinit" from "Hermit Songs" And a final section from his translation of Beowulf You can buy the individual volumes, or find nearly all of these poems in the career-spanning 100 Poems. Any comments, or suggestions for readings I should make in later episodes, can be emailed to email@example.com. I assume that the small amount of work presented in each episode constitutes fair use. Publishers, authors, or other copyright holders who would prefer to not have their work presented here can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will remove the episode immediately.
In a bold move Robert decides to quit his job to start a career in milking spiders and silk worms buttholes for that sweet sweet silk ;). Fun with crayons. A blow up doll and some bottle rockets, hopeful future plans!
Back in 2017 with the "Great American Eclipse" everywhere in the news, we walked through some of the famous eclipses in history, all while wearing proper eye shielding. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Submit questions for the Season 2 Q&A: https://forms.gle/ay4iti8wMaQjoUqj7CONTENT WARNING: Depictions of trauma and injury, claustrophobia, violence, strong language, discussions of illness and death, brief moments of body horror, and loud noises including screams.11082019b: Character is fate.Starring Airen Neeley Chaconas as Anna Sheridan, Virginia Spotts as Kate Sheridan, Amitola Lomas as Maria Sol, Jesse Steele as Bill Tyler, Trevor Van Winkle as Sam Bailey, Chris Martin as Robert Quincy, Maurice Cooper as Jerry Price, Ezra J Wayne as Ned Leroux, Mike Kennedy as Edgar Morrison, Alejandra Cejudo as Amanita, Clayton Currie as Andrew Sheridan, and Sam Taylor as Dr. Ren Park, with original music by Jesse Haugen. Written and produced by Trevor Van Winkle and Virginia Spotts, and made possible by our supporters at Patreon.com/homesteadcorner and ko-fi.com/homesteadcornerFor more information, additional content, and episode transcript, visit homesteadonthecorner.com/tst050Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/SheridanTapes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
| Artist | Title | Album Name | Album Copyright | Little Hat | Wine, Wimmen, Whiskey | Wine, Wimmen & Whiskey | Eddie Martin | Breakeven Blues | The Birdcage Sessions | Son Jack Jr & Michael Wilde | Maximum Insecurity | Walk the Talk | | Tito Jackson | You're Gonna Push Me Too Far | Under Your Spell | | Sure-Can Playboys | Never Ever Say Goodbye | What Can I Do For You | Billy F Gibbons | Spanish Fly [Texas Tornados] | Hardware | | Amos Milburn | Tell Me How Long The Train's Been Gone | Complete Aladdin Recordings 1994 CD4 | Chris Cain | Space Force | Raisin Cain | | Rod Picott | Not Going Down | Wood, Steel, Dust & Dreams (mp3 - Disc 1) | Mike Zito | When It Rains | Resurrection | | Blind Willie Johnson | Jesus Is Coming Soon | Praise God I'm Satisfied | Two Gospel Keys | Every Man Got To Lay Down And Die | Country Gospel 1946-1953 | Document Records | Robert Billard and the Cold Calls | Home | Stop | | | Lonnie Johnson and Eddie lang | Handful of Riffs | Pioneers of the Jazz Guitar | Mick Pini & AUDIO 54 | One Glass of Water | Backtrack | | | Eddie 9V | Puttin' The Kids To Bed (Clean) (DEFR12100057) | Little Black Flies | | Country Cats | Hot Strings | Great Rock 'n Roll Instrumentals, Vol. 1 CD 1 | Chuck Berry | Reeling and Rocking | The Ultimate Collection cd 3 | Deb Ryder | Hold On | Memphis Moonlight | | Mama & Friends | This Little Train | Mama's Bag | Bone Union Records | Christone 'Kingfish' Ingram | Rock & Roll (Bonus Track) | 662 | | | Gary Moore | Living With The Blues | Gary Moore-How Blue Can You Get | Voodoo Ramble | I'll Never Be Your Man | That's Why | | Duke Robillard | Take A Little Walk With Me | The Acoustic Blues & Roots Of Duke Robillard
In the last episode of Season 1, SooJin and Hannah tap into the power of Sankofa as they reflect back on the season. They discuss the ways in which their lives have been transformed by the podcast, sharing what they've learned from our past guests in order to understand their present moment and future possibilities. Hannah shares the process she's been engaged in with her white family to tackle difficult conversations around race. SooJin teaches us how, by letting go of her fear of losing what she has, she's gained more than she ever imagined. This conversation will inspire you to tap into your limitless potential by embracing uncertainty over certainty, uncertainty over a false sense of security and stability. Join us in jumpstarting your process of becoming best friends with uncertainty so that you can be FEARLESS in your parenting, work, and relationships.Please note: We sometimes use the acronym BIPOC, which means Black, Indigenous and/or People of Color. There is some profanity sprinkled (lightly!) throughout the episode.Resources:Headspace App (meditation)Radical Dharma by Rev. angel Kyodo williams and Lama Rod Owens with Jasmine SyedullahConversations with James Baldwin Edited by Fred L. Standley and Louis H. PrattA Handful of Earth, A Handful of Sky: The World of Octavia Butler by Lynell GeorgeMutual Aid by Dean SpadeWhite Tears/Brown Scars by Ruby HamadEmergent Strategy by adrienne maree brownFinding Our Way with Prentice HillPossibilities Podcast with Umang Antariksh SagarCall Your Girlfriend - listen to June 2021 episodes created for Pride MonthWhat, What? a comic book guide Lots of articles for teens: https://www.scarleteen.com/YAF books: It's not like it's a secret, The Inexplicable Logic of my Life, Queer There and Everywhere: 22 People who Changed the World, Sex ed book: http://www.heathercorinna.com/project/s-e-x-second-edition-the-all-you-need-to-know-sexuality-guide-to-get-you-through-your-teens-and-twenties/ https://www.them.us/culture online ma
Sean: We have founders who think of their purpose statements as an afterthought. Sometimes they think that, oh, I don't really need that. This is something that it's hard to qualify for. In terms of ROI, a lot of founders who are pragmatic, as you say about their balance sheet would be there. They might be tuning in right now. Okay. You know, purpose statement, how's that going to translate to the bottom line? How can I feed my people, my employees, my family, with a purpose statement? What do you say to these kinds of people? Cool. Minter: So if you'll allow me to have a nice story, the bottom line is that, a lot of these softer elements, there's no hard return on investment. I talk a lot about empathy. Show me how to measure empathy. Show me how to measure ethics or purpose. So there's a. A gangster in Chicago who was called Al Capone, rather a nefarious, a gangster, and his lawyer was extremely good and was able to negotiate when the court case and the attempt to put components jail to only be charged for five of his cases against many other indictments and Capone was put in jail for 10 years. Then, this lawyer at one point woke up and said, do I want to be known? For the guy that saved this gangster, that murdered people, what am I leaving as a reputation for my son? And so essentially what he did is he turned and became a snitch on Al Capone and participated in helping put him behind - get him behind bars. He was only put in jail for a certain number of years. The day before Capone came out of jail, the lawyer was moaned down in a gangster style murder in Chicago on the street. The following day after his release Capone, then went over to the lawyer's wife and took her as his girlfriend and wife suffice it to say that he was pretty unhappy with this lawyer. When the lawyer was killed, they found on his body and his breast pocket, a piece of paper and a piece of paper, basically. I want to make sure that I was known for being someone who had integrity, because the only thing you can leave behind is a good reputation. So he was killed with his wife. He had just had a son and that son became a fighter pilot for the Navy. And this guy was out on a mission. On his flying over the Pacific and with just a captain and a wing mate, and they found an entire flotilla of Japanese bombers headed to the largest American fleet in the Pacific. So what do they do? They said, well, gosh, we're only three. We won't get back in time to protect them. And they decided to go and attack this enormous flotilla of fighter pilots and bombers. With these three planes, the one plane survived that happened to be the sun. And what they did is they fired everything they could. And, and then at the end he had no more bullets left and he just started ramming other airplanes with his plane using it as a suicidal mission. I mean, ended up shooting down several bombers. Handful of fighter planes. And they thought that they were so crazy that the, the entire Japanese squadron flew back. He lands his plane on the aircraft carrier. He's saluted. His name is called O'Hare. And if you've ever flown to Chicago airport, you will know that it's also called O'Hare airport. So the point is that when you create a good reputation, and create a proper legacy, you can do important things and make people do more meaningful lives. Are you doing something meaningful? What is it that you want to leave as a legacy in your life? And, when you tie into that, my gosh, it's powerful. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/leadershipstack Join our community and ask questions here: from.sean.si/discord Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadershipstack
To learn more and apply to work one-on-one with Rachel, visit her website: https://www.metflexlife.com/ Join Rachel's weekly newsletter: https://www.metflexlife.com/newsletter In this episode, Rachel breaks down the most basic and advanced forms of macro tracking, how to use tracking as a tool vs. a diet, key reasons objective data is helpful on the mental and emotional toll of being in a deficit, and more! “Tracking macros shouldn't be looked at as a diet, and it really shouldn't be looked at as restrictive or obsessive. It literally is just a tool that teaches you what's in the food that you eat. So you can feel empowered in each and every food decision that you make moving forward.” Rachel Gregory Top Takeaways: Three main reasons Rachel recommends macro tracking Differences between the most basic to most advanced forms of macro tracking Two primary focal points to make sure you have in check when it comes to optimizing fat loss and body composition changes (not just “losing weight”) Emotional and Mental benefits of gathering objective data to reach your goals Show Notes: [0:00] Welcome back to MetFlex and Chill! Today's solo episode is a Q&A specifically related to one question from IG dm's [1:00] If you're loving MetFlex and Chill please share it out to your IG stories or let your friends know :) [1:30] Question: Can I lose weight without tracking (i.e., intuitive eating)? [5:00] “Personally, I look at tracking macros and calories as I look at money. You budget your money. And if you have certain financial goals that you want to reach, then you pay attention to what you're spending your money on.” [7:00] Reason number one: Tracking creates STRUCTURE, DIRECTION, and ultimately more CONTROL [9:00] Reason number two: Creating AWARENESS to ensure you're getting to your goal as EFFICIENTLY as possible [10:30] Tracking helps separate the subjective from objective data [11:00] Episode 118: 7 Reasons The Scale Is Lying To You About Your Progress [12:00] Reason number three: Gaining NUTRITIONAL KNOWLEDGE that will set you up to MAINTAIN your results long-term [14:00] “tracking macros shouldn't be looked at as a diet, and it really shouldn't be looked at as restrictive or obsessive. It literally is just a tool that teaches you what's in the food that you eat. So you can feel empowered in each and every food decision that you make moving forward.” [15:30] Tier number one: Food journal or food pictures [16:00] Tier number two: Handful diet guidelines - using your hand to gauge portions [19:00] Tier number three: Tracking only calories [21:30] Tier number four: Tracking calories and protein [22:00] Two primary focal points to make sure you have in check when it comes to optimizing fat loss and body composition changes (not just “losing weight”) [24:00] Tier number five: Tracking calories and protein AND hitting a minimum daily fat goal, then filling the rest of your calories with fats and carbs as you choose [25:30] Episode 119: Increasing Carbs After Keto, Looking “Bulky” As A Woman, Resistance Training Tips For Beginners, & More! [26:00] Tier six: Tracking all macros and having specific targets [30:30] For macro and micro tracking check out Chronometer [31:00] Do you need to track macros to lose weight… no… but! [33:00] If you're enjoying the show please share it out and tag @rachelgregory.cns on IG or wherever you think someone who might love MetFlex would see it :) THINGS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Episode 118: 7 Reasons The Scale Is Lying To You About Your Progress Episode 119: Increasing Carbs After Keto, Looking “Bulky” As A Woman, Resistance Training Tips For Beginners, & More! Do I Need To Track Macros To Lose Weight? --- Join the FREE MetFLex Life Course: www.metflexandchill.com Rachel Gregory (@rachelgregory.cns) is a Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and Author of the best-selling book, 21-Day Ketogenic Diet Weight Loss Challenge. She received her Master's Degree in Nutrition & Exercise Physiology from James Madison University and Bachelor's Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Miami. Rachel helps her clients transform their lives by starting with the physical (body), realizing the power of the mental (mindset), and ultimately gaining massive confidence that bleeds into every aspect of their lives (family, relationships, work, etc.).
July 19th is approaching but it is still unclear precisely what life after ‘freedom day' will look like (01:19)? Also on the podcast: What will Angela Merkel's departure mean for the EU (14:12)? And as many people fled cities to the countryside during the pandemic, can a case still be made for urban life (27:26)? With The Spectator's sketch writer and theatre critic Lloyd Evens, play write James Graham, Director of Eurointelligence Wolfgang Munchau, Independent columnist Mary Dejevsky, writer Ysenda Graham and Rory Sutherland the Spectator's Wiki Man columnist. Presented by William Moore. Produced by Sam Holmes, Natasha Feroze and Max Jeffery
For June Book Club we discuss A Handful of Hard Men, Hannes Wessels' biographical account of Darrel Watt and the Rhodesian SAS. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 303 of Canadian Patriot Podcast. The number one live podcast in Canada. Recorded June 28, 2021. Gavin Andrew Dave Pierre Better Andrew We'd love to hear your feedback about the show. Please visit canadianpatriotpodcast.com/feedback/ or email us at email@example.com A version of the show is Available on Stitcher at and iTunes http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=77508&refid=stpr and iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/canadian-patriot-podcast/id1067964521?mt=2 We need your help! To support Canadian Patriot Podcast visit patreon.com/cpp and become a Patreon. You can get a better quality version of the show for just $1 per episode. Show you're not a communist, buy a CPP T-Shirt, for just $19.99 + shipping and theft. Visit canadianpatriotpodcast.com home page and follow the link on the right. What are we drinking Andrew - Waterloo IPA Gavin - A handful of hard seltzers, cherry whiteclaw Pierre - Molson Cold Shots Dave - Coors Light BA - Traditional Mead @11% and Somersby Red Rhubarb cider Patriot Challenge We're asking patriots to do 5 things everyday; Exercise for at least 45 minutes Practice a skill for at least 10 minutes Read a book for at least 15 minutes Drink at least 2 liters of water Complete 1 task that will improve your life Grab the template from our website and post it in your social media RESUL The Finnish Reserve Sports Association RESUL is organizing an international four-day distance marching event open to everyone in Finland and around the world. The event will be held between 22-25 July 2021. You can march for any number of days during the event, and available distances are 6.2 mi / 10 km, 15.5 mi / 25 km and 24.9 mi / 40 km. So if you're really masochistic, you can march for 160 klicks in four days. That sounds like fun, right? https://resulfourdaymarch.fi/ New Shooter Canada has accepted the challenge Section 74 Challenges GoFundMe link… https://www.gofundme.com/f/s74-appeals?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet To get involved email firstname.lastname@example.org Book Club A Handful of Hard Men Hannes Wessels During the West's great transition into the post-Colonial age, the country of Rhodesia refused to succumb quietly, and throughout the 1970s fought back almost alone against Communist-supported elements that it did not believe would deliver proper governance. During this long war many heroes emerged, but none more skillful and courageous than Captain Darrell Watt of the Rhodesian SAS, who placed himself at the tip of the spear in the deadly battle to resist the forces of Robert Mugabe and Joshua Nkomo. It is difficult to find another soldier's story to equal Watt's in terms of time spent on the field of battle and challenges faced. Even by the lofty standards of the SAS and Special Forces, one has to look far to find anyone who can match his record of resilience and valor in the face of such daunting odds and with resources so paltry. In the fight he showed himself to be a military maestro. A bush-lore genius, blessed with uncanny instincts and an unbridled determination to close with the enemy, he had no peers as a combat-tracker (and there was plenty of competition). But the Rhodesian theater was a fluid and volatile one in which he performed in almost every imaginable fighting role; as an airborne shock-trooper leading camp attacks, long range reconnaissance operator, covert urban operator, sniper, saboteur, seek-and-strike expert, and in the final stages as a key figure in mobilizing an allied army in neighboring Mozambique. After 12 years in the cauldron of war his cause slipped from beneath him, however, and Rhodesia gave way to Zimbabwe. When the guns went quiet Watt had won all his battles but lost the war. In this fascinating work we learn that in his twilight years he is now concerned with saving wildlife on a continent where they are in continued danger, devoting himself to both the fauna and African people he has cared so deeply about. Book Club June A Handful of Hard Men Hannes Wessels July Becoming a Barbarian Jack Donovan Outro We're on discord now https://discord.gg/rwA4yeeaC8 Better Andrew - www.betterandrew.biz www.bigluau.biz Andrew - https://ragnaroktactical.ca/ Visit us at www.canadianpatriotpodcast.com We value your opinions so please visit www.canadianpatriotpodcast.com/feedback/ or email us at email@example.com and let us know what you think. Apologies to Rod Giltaca Remember “You are the True North Strong and Free”
Andrew Joslyn started playing the violin at age five. Today he is our guest on this episode. In-between Andrew has accomplished more than most people twice his age.This conversation covers Andrews start at age five learning the violin and growing up in a family of well known and established classical musicians to his most recent project as Curator/Orchestrator for the Essential Series by the Seattle Symphony. His most recent show in the series is with Nancy Wilson of Heart with the Seattle Symphony on July 9, 2021.Throughout the conversation Andrew shares stories about his musical career including his time in the band Handful of Lovin' and as the Orchestral Director for Macklemore including going on four world tours. Andrew is also a National Trustee for The Recording Academy (The Grammy Awards)In addition Andrew has participated in over 400 commercial recordings, worked as the film composer for multiple Hollywood films, contributes music to some the most popular podcasts and acts as the manager and arranger for Passenger String Quartet.We chat about his favorite venues to play. There is an honorable mention to a surprise Seattle location that you will have to listen to find out about. His story about El Corazon is hysterical. Find his recommendations for coffee and more.This was so much fun for me, and I know you will enjoy learning more about Andrew and all his musical contributions.There are so many amazing places to explore in Washington State, you should just pack your bags and go! Explore Washington State is the perfect place for inspiration. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ExploringWash)
This is a recording from Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey. Our Dhamma classes are streamed live on Tuesday evenings at 7:15 pm, Third Thursday's at 2:15 pm, and Saturday mornings at 8:30 am Eastern Us Time. If you find benefit from this talk and to support future recordings and the continued restoration, preservation, and presentation of the Buddha's Dhamma, please consider a donation: Support John and B ecoming-Buddha.com My Saturday Dhamma talk and our Sangha discussion is on the Simsapa Sutta. The Simsapa Sutta is more commonly known as the “Handful of Leaves” sutta. Here the Buddha is describing the pure and direct focus of his Dhamma that reveals this awakened man's unconditioned commitment to only Four Noble Truths that the Buddha's Dhamma continues in relevance and effectiveness 2,600 years after he first taught. The entire text and past recordings from our Vipassana Structured Studies is here: Vipassana A Structured Study Each Dhamma class will have a Jhana meditation session followed by my Dhamma talk and Sangha discussion. We conclude with mindfulness of Metta. My talks and classes can be joined live: Through your web browse: https://zoom.us/j/9083919079 Through your Android device here: Zoom Android App Through your IOS device here:Zoom IOS Ap My video archive has over 600 videos, and my audio archive has over 700 audio recordings. New audio and video recordings are posted typically within twenty-four hours post-class: Podcast/Audio Archive (700+ Audio Recordings) Video Archive (600+ Video Recordings) If you are subscribed to my Podcast on Podbean or iTunes, you will receive notifications when new videos are posted. To schedule private individual or group Dhamma instruction via video-conference please Email John The goggles I occasionally wear are Irisvision low-vision aid that helps with macular degeneration and other eye diseases. Please feel free to contact me if you would like more information. Thank You. Peace.
“Never believe that a few caring people can't change the world. For indeed, that's all who ever have.” -Margaret Mead Food insecurity is in YOUR neighborhood. It is everywhere. Sometimes it is plainly evident, but sometimes it is not so easily seen. NO ONE deserves to be food insecure, or to wonder what they will feed their children tomorrow. Not in America, certainly not in Michigan, and especially not in House District 40 served by State Representative Mari Manoogian. Tune in for Food First Michigan on WJR Radio this Sunday at 12 AM or 9 PM to hear Dr. Phil Knight Gerry Brisson, president and CEO of Gleaners Community Food Bank, and Representative Manoogian discuss how she is investing her “one handful of life.” Representative Manoogian is serving her second term in the Michigan House of Representatives and cares deeply about food security - particularly for children, seniors, and working families. It is a passion born in her out of compassion for people. Representative Manoogian discusses “the last mile,” – which is typically a phrase only food bankers understand. Our food bank network is comprised of almost 3,000 agencies, most being local food pantries, which are essential to “last mile” efforts. The “last mile” are often volunteers doing the right thing because it's the right thing. They are providing dignified experiences to the people we serve and we owe them a huge debt of gratitude for that service. Food brings HOPE, stability, empowerment, health, and economic value to a home. It is delivered with hands, hands that bring HOPE. Find this episode and all past Food First Michigan episodes at foodfirstmi.org, on Apple Podcasts, or iHeartRadio. Apple Podcasts --> https://apple.co/38UUpFk iHeartRadio --> https://ihr.fm/38WJ2wN #FoodFirstMI #FoodSecurity #MoreFoodMoreOften2MorePeople
Tami Rumfelt joins Kevin in discussing the lives of Khatiya, Oscar, Jose, Belkis, and so much more of the lives YOU are saving by donating what you can to Hope Children's Home and the people of Honduras. Dr. Mike Higgins gives a profound look and an insight into the extreme poverty some of these children endure before they're brought into Hope Children's Home and given a foundation for a better life.
Panamanian export Sofia Valdes has music in her blood, as her grandfather was the legendary Cuban musician Miguelito Valdés, and her great-great grandmother was none other than Silvia De Grasse. “Handful of Water” has a catchy melody and was written and inspired by her roots.
How can we approach our responsibilities in life with wisdom and healthy mindsets? In this episode, we open the book of Ecclesiastes and discover some practical advice for how to live realistically.Bible Reading Ecclesiastes 4:4-12Reflection Questions1. Everyone can relate to the desire to either escape or control their lives. Which approach do you relate to most?2. What specific area of your life are you inclined to escape or control right now? 3. What would it practically look like for you to engage that area of your life with open-handed trust? What's one small step you can take today?Want to Go Deeper? Check out this week's Reflections Bible Study to watch a video and explore more detailed questions for personal study and group discussion. Go to bibleproject.com/study.Show CreditsHost: Cheree HayesMessage: Dr. Tim Mackie Bible Reading: Michelle JonesProduction: Dan GummelTheme music: Grant William HaroldBackground Music: "Approaching" by Be Still the Earth.Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
Perhaps the most important aspect of the chocolate industry is who grows cocoa. Child labor is an endemic problem in the cocoa industry. According to a recent study conducted by NORC and the US Department of Labor, about 1.56 million children in Ivory Coast and Ghana are engaged in child labor. Today on Handful, Alexa explains the prevalence of child labor in the cocoa industry and the failed regulation of this exploitation.Read the full article here: https://novelhand.com/child-labor-in-the-cocoa-industry/Learn more and create impact at www.impactfull.novelhand.com
Richard Maltby, Jr., director and lyricist of such shows as STARTING HERE, STARTING NOW, BABY, and the multi-award-winning Fats Waller tribute AIN'T MISBEHAVIN', discusses his career from his earliest beginnings. He reflects on his work with composer David Shire, having their songs recorded by Barbra Streisand, and the challenges of adapting Fats Waller's music for the theater. Featured songs: “We Start Today,” “Autumn,” “Starting Here, Starting Now,” “Just Across the River,” “I Don't Remember Christmas,” “Handful of Keys,” “This Joint is Jumpin',” “What Could Be Better?” and “The Story Goes On.” Originally produced and broadcast in 1986. For more information go to AnythingGoesPL.com or BPN.FM/AnythingGoes. Theme music arranged by Bruce Coughlin. Sound mixing by David Rapkin. Associate producer Jeff Lunden. Anything Goes – Backstage with Broadway's Best – is produced and hosted by Paul Lazarus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Disappointment is a miscalculation of God's purpose and intention for our future. Michael Maiden teaches us how Divine appointments are hidden in life's greatest disappointments. Don't give up! Judges 14:1-2, Genesis 50:20, Acts 28
Who doesn't like chocolate?Everyone's favorite treat has a dark secret-- a whole host of humanitarian and environmental issues. This month on Impactfull, Alexa goes behind the scenes of the lucrative chocolate industry. You'll learn about child labor, living income, and deforestation-- and how these problems can be remedied. You'll want to make an account at www.impactfull.novelhand.com to create impact in the chocolate industry through this month's impact buttons.Today's Handful is an introduction to the series. Alexa read's today's Impactfull article, "Bitter Chocolate: What's Going on in the Cocoa Industry?"Read the article (and see pictures of cocoa pods!) at https://novelhand.com/bitter-chocolate-the-cocoa-industry/
One podcast recorded in a cold north of the border igloo, with special guest Peter Andrus. . . . . YOU DON’T KNOW MOJACK is a podcast dedicated to exploring the entire SST catalogue, in order, from start to finish. During the podcast we will discuss all the releases that are part of our core DNA, as well as many lesser-known releases that deserve a second chance, or releases that we are discovering for the very first time (we actually don’t know Mojack!). First and foremost we are fans, and acknowledge that we are not perfect and don’t know everything – sometimes the discussion is more about a time, place, feeling, personal experience or random tangents, and less about the facts (but we will try to get to the facts too). Facebook: www.facebook.com/mojackpod/ Twitter: @mojackpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/mojackpod/ Blog: www.mojackpod.com/ Tumblr: www.tumblr.com/blog/mojackpod Theme Song: Shockflesh
A season heavy on quality pitching is getting even heavier, and Beller and Al break down how they are prioritizing some possible rotation additions. They also look at the returns of Ty France and Keston Hiura as two possible options to upgrade at middle infield. Beller and Al also investigate which two-start pitchers and relievers are intriguing them this weekend. 1:20 Should you be back in on Keston Hiura? 3:26 Can Zach McKinstry play just about every day? 5:30 Brad Miller and Ty France are just two of your versatile MI options 16:09 Is this the time to bid on Wander Franco and Vidal Brujan? 18:00 Should you break the bank to get Alek Manoah? 19:58 Who are the other one-start pitchers to add? 29:27 Two-start pitchers 38:18 Relievers to pursue Follow Beller on Twitter: @MBeller Follow Al on Twitter: @almelchiorBB Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ikoef2qBis Subscribe to our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdNKO0g7XgDoAmjyEf05zXQ Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Show Notes: ---------------------- Appreciation written, produced, and narrated by Remedy Robinson, MA/MFA Twitter: https://twitter.com/slowdragremedy Email: email@example.com Podcast music by https://www.fesliyanstudios.com Rate this Podcast: https://ratethispodcast.com/slowdrag ---------------------- References: Elvis Costello Wiki Resource, “I’ll Wear It Proudly”: http://www.elviscostello.info/wiki/index.php/I%27ll_Wear_It_Proudly “I’ll Wear It Proudly”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0fLW4OpNyM “20 Different Ways to Kiss”: https://www.liveabout.com/different-ways-to-kiss-better-3196326 Purchase “The Most Terrible Time in My Life…Ends Thursday” https://www.amazon.com/Most-Terrible-Time-Life-Thursday-ebook/dp/B07XLXS5PL/ref=sr_1_1?crid=Y4SGCT62WPEK&dchild=1&keywords=the+most+terrible+time+in+my+life+ends+thursday&qid=1608873405&sprefix=The+Most+Terrible+Time+in+%2Caps%2C195&sr=8-1 "I'll Wear It Proudly" lyrics: I hate these flaming curtains they're not the color of your hair I hate these striplights they're not so undoing as your stare I hate the buttons on your shirt when all I wanna do is tear I hate this bloody big bed of mine when you're not here Chorus: Well, I finally found someone to turn me upside down And nail my feet up where my head should be If they had a King of Fools then I could wear that crown And you can all die laughing because I'll wear it proudly You seem to be shivering dear and the room is awfully warm In the white and scarlet billows that subside beyond the storm You have this expression dear no words could take its place And I wear it like a badge that you put all over my face (Chorus) I'll wear it proudly through the dives and the dancehalls If you'll wear it proudly through the snakepits and catcalls Like a fifteen-year-old kid wears a vampire kiss If you don't know what is wrong with me Then you don't know what you've missed We are your arms and legs wrapped round more than by memory tonight When the bell rang out and the air around turned blue from fright But in shameless moments you made more of me than just a mess And a handful of eagerness says "What do you suggest?" (Chorus)
MLB.com writer Mandy Bell joins Bull and Fox to talk Tribe, including the loss of Franmil Reyes to injury and how it will require a number of players to step up in the Indians lineup. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Inspired by the fact that the main character of Resident Evil Village can't stop losing his, we're talking about hands this week. We kick things off with a little history of hands in video games, followed by a discussion about the team's rankings of the best and worst video game hands. Then, we're joined by Valve developer Kerry Davis, who lets us interview him about the creation of the hands in VR game Half-Life: Alyx.
What a great chat I had with Andy today, a guy who at the age of 27 took over the helm of a loss making recruitment agency after running a successful contract division of another local recruitment company in Manchester. Now 14 years on, the business has just hit 100 staff and is on a trajectory for substantial growth moving forward In this episode we discussed:
On this episode of Book Cheat, Dave has read Evelyn Waugh's 'A Handful Of Dust.' Joining him to hear where this satirical novel unpredictably goes is Jess Perkins and Xavier Michelides.Support Book Cheat on Patreon: www.patreon.com/DoGoOnPodSuggest a book for Dave to cheat: https://goo.gl/jxMdiW To get in contact, email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow the show via the links below:Twitter: @BookCheatPodInstagram: @BookCheatPodFacebook: @BookCheatPodListen to Dave's other podcast Do Go On:https://dogoonpod.com/ Watch Xavier's new web series Hug The Sun on Grouse House:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNuaFLcbAeycQAIAW5s7T0QListen to Jess on Simply The Jest:https://www.abc.net.au/triplej/programs/simply-the-jest/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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This week an old friend stops by to share his experience working for a cringe right-wing valor-stealing clothing company also, an intersection of facebook boomerposting and tough guy hardcore finally, a man who has spent tens of thousands of dollars at disney world says hes thinking about not continuing to spend tens of thousands of dollars at disney world if they don't put the rape back in Pirates of the Caribbean. Support the show for $3.11 at http://patreon.com/miniondeathcult and get a bonus episode every week directly in your browser or podcast app Music: Integrity - Abraxas Annihilation
מלאים - [Moses said to Aaron and his son,] "And you shall not go outside the entrance of the tent of meeting for seven days, until the days of your ordination are completed, for it will take seven days to ordain you." LEVITICUS 8:33 — LINKS Purchase "Unveiling Mercy" and learn more... 1517 Podcast Network Support the work of 1517 CONTACT and FOLLOW email@example.com Facebook Twitter SUBSCRIBE Apple Podcasts Spotify Overcast RSS Google Podcasts Stitcher TuneIn Radio iHeartRadio Audio production by Christopher Gillespie (gillespie.media).
This week on the Handsell, Jenn recommends A Handful of Earth, A Handful of Sky by Lynell George. This post contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, Book Riot may earn a commission. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.