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Welcome to The Vault Of Startling Monster Horror Tales Of Terror in which your hosts, “Bacon Brothers” Luke and Jason Jaconetti and Chris Tyler and Honeywell – the”Hickory smoked-twins” check out 1980’s cannibal family classic – MOTEL HELL!
On this Friday edition of the Brett Winterble Show we continue our weekly tradition of the Friday Hangover with WBT host Pete Kaliner talking about personal rules for using Twitter and the shooting at a lake house connected to NC GOP congressional candidate Pat Harrigan in October. Pete and Brett discuss the importance of clear messaging when it comes to dealing with incidents of public interest, compare the situation to the narratives that emerged from the attack on Paul Pelosi and talk about the response from Harrigan on Twitter. The shooting came after Harrigan's opponent Jeff Jackson filmed an ad near his families lake house in Hickory and the advertisement has since been pulled from the air. Jackson's campaign issued the following statement: “We fully support law enforcement as they investigate this incident and believe any wrongdoing should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. We at Team Jackson pulled our ad in an abundance of caution and concern, but to be clear, the home involved in the incident has never been featured in any of our advertising.” Brett and Pete also discuss what kind of accounts they will and will not engage with on Twitter + their personal "follow back," policies and how McDonald's is embroiled in yet another coffee law suit. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Amber Benge is a 39-year-old young woman from Hickory, North Carolina who is now a sustainable farmer growing her own food and medicine at Grace Walk Farm. She's a trained victim advocate and her professional background is in working with women who have addiction issues and are victims of sex trafficking. Ms. Benge was bit by a tick when she was 5 years old during a family vacation. She got a bullseye rash, became sick, but Lyme disease went undiagnosed for the next 34 years. Ms. Benge was sick for decades after her family vacation and she was misdiagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). In her early 20's, she battled infertility, had multiple miscarriages, had preterm births for both of her children, and finally had to have a hysterectomy at age 24. In her late twenties, Ms. Benge developed severe arthritis in her hands and feet and had her gallbladder, tonsils, and adenoids removed. During her mid-thirties, things really fell apart and she was constantly sick and had to quit her job as a counselor at a drug rehab center for women. Ms. Benge was finally diagnosed with Lyme disease and Bartonella this year when she was 39 years old by a naturopath through bioresonance. Her husband and youngest child both also tested positive for Lyme. Ms. Benge and her family treated with DesBio homeopathy. This included 15 different supplements, a very strict diet (no gluten, dairy, caffeine, or sugar), along with a very intensive detox program. If you would like to learn more about how a strong woman is fighting back Lyme disease after over 30 years of being sick, then tune in now! PS Bianca Crino special guest co-hosted this interview with Matt from Tick Boot Camp!
Happy Halloween Bumpkins! The gang is here and we have a full haunted house for you in Episode 152... The Halloween Edition of Country-ish! Who has the best costume of the Country-ish crew this week? First up, Jon, Sebastian, and Alan take a Ghost Tour of an old prison in Mount Pleasant, NC at the Southern Grace Distillery. Ghosts are huge fans of Jon's work! In BEST TRENDS, Leslie Jordan passes away... what a true Metro Jethro!! Plus the new Halloween movie is catching mixed reviews. In a scary hometown segment Jon, Isiah, and Alan make a few new frightening friends at the Tiny Terror Con in Hickory! And in Small Town News a Massachusetts woman unleashes a swarm of bees upon deputies that were trying to serve an eviction notice. This story is un-BEE-lievable! Live on Facebook, Tuesday nights at 8:00 pm ET! Join actor/comedian Jon Reep on his weekly show COUNTRY-ish, where he and his crew talk about the latest BEST TRENDS, share some SMALL TOWN NEWS, and play games with the live audience! Download and Listen to the COUNTRY-ish with Jon Reep Podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/tbxIcLlT Come see Jon LIVE in concert: https://jonreep.com/tour-dates/ Visit the MERCH shop: https://my-store-c58a1a.creator-sprin... Find Jon online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonreep Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonReep Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonreep/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jonreepcomedy Email: firstname.lastname@example.org #Countryish #JonReep #Allthingscomedy #SmallTownNews #Comedy #Podcast
Offering leadership training and development is essential in the workplace, for organizations of all sizes. But it must be training grounded in small behaviors, rather than big and sweeping changes so the training has lasting impact.You've been there: sitting in a training room, listening to a presentation that encompasses so much information--good information--but the next day you're challenged to remember any of it. The training wasn't set up for success. This week on the podcast, I'm talking to McKendree Hickory of Life Labs Learning, an organization dedicated to ensuring that leadership training makes the biggest impact in the shortes time possible. In our conversation, McKendree and I talk about forming habits, giving and receiving feedback, why leaders need to learn to ask good questions, why we should do away with the term “inclusive leadership” and more.As a leadership trainer myself, I appreciate McKendree's take on why training needs to start long before the training actually starts, and how to accomplish this.About McKendree Hickory, PhD:McKendree supports the development and direction of the Life Labs Learning facilitation team. She has a PhD in Industrial Organizational Psychology, with a research focus on conviction, women's leadership development, and developmental experiences in the workplace. She has delivered leadership training at over 300 companies and led learning and development at the fully remote company, InVision.Mentioned in this Episode of Mental Health for Leaders:Connect with McKendree on LinkedInLife Labs LearningMental Health Skills TrainingJoin the monthly digital subscription
We talk with Skip and Mac Beitzel, the owners — and father / son duo — from Hickory & Tweed, located in Armonk, New York. We go over the history of the shop; Skip's background of ski ballet and hot dogging; seasonal lease programs; personal ski quivers; & more.TOPICS & TIMES Hickory & Tweed story (3:21)Ballet & hot dogging (11:12)Seasonal lease program (19:07)East Coast Skiing (30:34)Narrow and Deep (35:36)Soft Goods and Custom Top Sheets (50:57)Blow your mind guarantee (1:03:34)What We're Celebrating (1:07:38)RELATED LINKS:Hickory and Tweed: BLISTER Recommended Shop SPECIAL OFFER: OpenSnow.com/BlisterBecome a Blister Member / Get Our Buyer's GuideSubscribe to our Gear Giveaways & Newsletter2023 Blister Summit 22/23 BLISTER Winter Buyer's GuideOUR OTHER PODCASTS:CRAFTED Bikes & Big IdeasOff The CouchBLISTER Podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jonathan Hickory is a Master Police Officer in Virginia and the author of the award-winning powerful book (turned award winning movie released 2021), Break Every Chain. With 19 years (and counting) of police experience, Jonathan spent seven years as a fatal crash investigator and three years as a motorcycle officer. After overcoming the darkness of PTSD related depression, Jonathan now serves as a member of the Police Department's Peer Support Team and has also trained as a Chaplain. Jonathan developed and teaches a DCJS approved Resilience and Suicide Prevention class at a regional police academy in Virginia. Jonathan has been married to his wife Stacy for over 18 years and has three children. For more information, visit https://breakeverychainmovie.com As a veteran officer, Jonathan has worked the streets, facing the darkest moments of humanity. After battling alcoholism and PTSD related depression for years, he found himself in the middle of the ultimate battle of good versus evil; the battle for his soul. After allowing the enemy to destroy his life and his family for years, Jonathan was able to face the demons and overcome the destructive unresolved trauma that plagued his life for so long. Find out more about Jonathan Hickory at http://breakeverychainmovie.com/ or https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-hickory-694b99179/.
In this episode we talk about our upcoming game Hickory Dickory, which will be available for preorder starting October 20th! Plus Joe hosts the Plaid Hat version of Password where Colby/Niki team up against Jerry/Donald to see who can guess words associated with Plaid Hat Games the fastest! Go to HickoryDickoryGame.com to find out more about the royal scavenger hunt. Make sure to sign up for 10% off before preorders start. Music by Alex Eding!
Citheronia regalis, the regal moth or royal walnut moth, is a North American moth in the family Saturniidae. The caterpillars are called hickory horned devils. The adult (imago) has a wingspan of 3.75-6.1 in (9.5-15.5 cm). The species was first described by Johan Christian Fabricius in 1793.
Architect Daniel Steger designed a renovation for his parents Mary and Bob Steger and then managed the construction over zoom from half a continent away. We talked about construction challenges, the right amount of detail to include in architectural drawings, the importance of design, replacement windows and working with family. Instagram, DGS/a: https://www.instagram.com/dgs_architecture/ (https://www.instagram.com/dgs_architecture/) Link to their AirBNB listing: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/20785627?source_impression_id=p3_1665437191_cbvJ4DOufaHPxSLq&modal=PHOTO_TOUR_SCROLLABLE (https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/20785627?source_impression_id=p3_1665437191_cbvJ4DOufaHPxSLq&modal=PHOTO_TOUR_SCROLLABLE) ************************************************************************************************ Thanks so much for being with us this week. Please see the episode enhancement for this and other episodes athttps://www.talkinghomerenovations.com/ ( talkinghomerenovations.com) Do you have feedback you would like to share? Would you like to be a guest on the podcast? Email me at email@example.com If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends Don't forget to subscribe to the show and get automatic updates every Wednesday morning with the latest episode of Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven. Clickhttp://eepurl.com/gFJLlT ( here) to get the episode enhancements sent directly to your inbox every week. Reviews and ratings help my show gain traction and credibility. Please leave a review here-https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218 ( https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218) Visithttps://my.captivate.fm/www.Talkinghomerenovations.com ( Talkinghomerenovations.com) for episode enhancements, containing photos and more information about the episodes as well as transcripts. There you can leave a voice message through speak pipe that could be included in a future episode. Follow me on instagram: @talkinghomerenovations Join me on Facebook: Talking Home Renovations Follow me on Twitter: @talkinghomereno Join me on TikTok: @The House Maven Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven is part of Gabl Media, the largest, most engaged AEC network on the planet. Visit http://www.gablmedia.com/ (www.Gablmedia.com) for great content. Sign up for the weekly newsletter- I send out the episode enhancements every Wednesday morning, http://eepurl.com/gFJLlT ( sign up here) Music at the beginning and end of the episode is The House Maven's Jig, written and performed by Neil Pearlman, https://neilpearlman.com/ (www.neilpearlman.com) Show Cover Art by Sam Whitehttp://www.samowhite.com/ ( www.samowhite.com) This podcast is a production of dEmios Architects.http://www.demiosarchitects.com/ ( www.demiosarchitects.com)
In this show we unfortunately had our guest cancel at the last minute, but that didn't stop Julian, Jody, and Billy from going over a great weekend of racing. We talked about the SMART Mods at Hickory, Kaden Honeycutt getting back in victory lane in the CARS Tour, plus the NASCAR playoffs final 8 after a wild finale at COTA. Please like, share, and leave us a review. https://www.deezlugnutz.comhttps://www.facebook.com/DeezLugNutzPodhttps://twitter.com/deezlugnutzhttps://www.instagram.com/deezlugnutzpod/
A great training video I produced covering some important things of falling trees and cutting up firewood. I hope you enjoy the audio version of on this podcast. Please, if you would, leave a comment on what you think.... Good Sawing to you. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tim-ard/support
On Today’s Episode Ryan Reynolds lives, Pearl Jam’s origin, and Brett knows his nursery rhymes …Enjoy! The Brett Davern Show is streamed LIVE daily at 12pm (eastern) 9am (pacific) on idobi Radio at http://idobi.com. Follow Brett on social media @BDavv, Katie : @KatieLeclerc, the show @BrettDavernShow
Episode 677: Brice Paterik is joined by Grant Schiller of Baseball Prospectus to discuss which players stood out at Down East and Hickory, Emiliano Teodo's trajectory and another impressive season from Evan Carter and Tekoah Roby. They also discuss the unexpected progress from Aaron Zavala and Mason Englert's leap. Subscribe to Locked On Rangers on YouTube. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Novel: Stirring Up Love (Taste of Love #2)The Author: Chandra BlumbergThe Guest: Tamara, Host of Shelf AddictionThe Synopsis: After doing her time in corporate Chicago, Simone Blake returns to small-town Illinois to tackle a new venture: her grandfather's barbecue restaurant. The secret, as they say, is in the sauce. Simone's plan is to sell Honey and Hickory's signature sauce to put her hometown on the map.But she's not the only one with a recipe and a plan: chef Finn Rimes from nearby Springfield has a similar vision. To jump-start his dream of opening a culinary school, he shows up at the local farmers' market with his own barbecue sauce.When Simone's plan to outsell Finn falls flat, she auditions for a reality show to pitch her brand. But she's horrified to discover Finn's had the same idea. As Simone and Finn wage barbecue war on television, their feud turns into an undeniable attraction.With their livelihoods on the line, it may not be so much about making the best sauce—but finding their way to each other. Content Warnings: Mention of the foster care system, parental abandonment, cancer and the death of a family member (ALL off-page)Show Notes:- Romance books & murder shows- A little bit about Tamara's podcast, Shelf Addiction - listen to me on The Night Shift episode- "Gateways" into Romance: Fifty Shades of Grey and Twilight- The overnight Twilight movie marathon - When there's only one bed... but they don't use it- Introducing today's book pick (00:12:28)- A few paranormal & fantasy romance recs from Tamara- Synopsis for Stirring for Love (00:18:41)- Too many bad BBQ puns (ours, not the author's)- Discussing the series as a whole (and making predictions for what comes next) - When you find yourself connecting more with the male characters (00:25:53)- Our obsession with sick bed/injury trope- Tropes-a-palooza: only one bed, road trip, rivals, snowed-in, wedding shenanigans, reality TV competition- When the relationship dynamic changes and SHE proposes (00:36:38)- "Do not come up in here with a surprise teeny-home"- A healthy conversation about remaining childless (00:41:42)- No sexcerpts in this one, but...- Do you know how weather works?- An inconsistent timeline? Blame it on "romance reasons"- Heart, Humor, & Heat Ratings (00:55:50)- Finding romance recommendations on Booktok- A bit on the "Why Choose" Booktok discourse - how many dicks are too many dicks? Books & Other Media Mentioned: - "Deadly Women"- Love in the Time of Serial Killers by Alicia Thompson- Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs- Hidden Legacy series by Illona Andrews- "Tiny House Hunters"- Faking with Benefits by Lily Gold - don't let the sweet, illustrated cover fool you! It's spicy as hell. Coming Soon:- Pre-order your copy of my upcoming holiday novella, Meet Me in Los Feliz (Available October 25th).- See Boobies & Noobies LIVE (with My Worst Date podcast) October 28th at Dynasty Typewriter in Los Angeles. Click HERE for tickets! There's also a livestream option if you can't make it to the show. Links:Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast, on TikTok @b00biespodcast, and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.
Comedy Roundtable returns with a brand new season and amazing lineup of comedian guests! On our show, we interview amazing and hilarious stand up comedians in a rapid fire, off the wall format. Our guests are given three question topics and must choose two (casting the third off to a certain death) from which our hosts, Jamie Bendall, Adam Haigh and Jamie Hernan dole out unique questions you haven't heard our guests get asked anywhere. Comedian Jon Reep kicks things off with a fantastic episode full of laughs. Jon had the choice of question topics Va-Crazy, Hubble Bubba Bubble Gum and Non-Participation Trophy. Which two topics did he choose? Tune in to find out. Catch a little stand up from Jon between our two segments. Enjoy the show!Jon Reep's Website: https://jonreep.com/Jon Reep is a nationally touring comedian whose contemporary country point of view has won over legions of fans around the country. Jon won the fifth season of NBC's Last Comic Standing. Catch his new special Ginger Beard Man on Amazon Prime (https://www.amazon.com/Jon-Reep-Ginger-Beard-Man/dp/B07TM1QJP7). Jon is also host of the popular podcast Country-ish on Bill Burr and Al Madrigal's All Things Comedy digital platform. As an actor, Jon has been seen in Tig Notaro's Amazon Series One Mississippi, CW's Jane The Virgin, ABC's Black-ish, HBO's Eastbound and Down, and as the “Hemi Guy” from Dodge's popular ad campaign. On the big screen he appeared in the feature film Into the Storm and as the beloved “Raymus, the pot smoking farmer” in Harold and Kumar: Escape From Guantanamo Bay.And, absolutely go see Jon perform live when he hits a town near you. Check out his upcoming tour dates here: https://jonreep.com/tour-dates/.Comedy Roundtable is recorded in studio or live at the Punchline Comedy Club in Atlanta, Georgia. You can catch us recording shows live with some of the terrific acts that appear at the Punchline, which is celebrating its 40th year of serving up live comedy to Atlanta. The lineup of upcoming comedians performing at the Punchline can be found here: https://punchline.com/.If you like Comedy Roundtable, let us know. Give us feedback or just hit us up by clicking here: EMAIL THE SHOW. If you would like to book the hosts of Comedy Roundtable as a guest on your podcast, show or for a live performance, click here: BOOK THE HOSTS. Come back Tuesday, September 13, 2022 for more laughs when comedian and actress Gina Brillon joins the show, as well as September 20, 2022 for the very funny comedian Alonzo Bodden.Smells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Welcome to Get Up in the Cool: Old Time Music with Cameron DeWhitt and Friends! This week's friends are Dakota Karper and Brendan Hearn of Hemlock & Hickory! We recorded this at Clifftop back in August. Tunes in this episode: * Coondog (1:27) * Grumbling Old Man Growling Old Woman (18:48) * Aunt Ellen in the Hallway (30:41) * Jack in the Pulpit (39:12) * Josie O (45:20) * Bonus track: Cumberland Gap Visit Hemlock & Hickory's website: https://www.hemlockandhickory.com/ Follow them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hemlockandhickory/ And Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hemlockandhickory Support Get Up in the Cool on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/getupinthecool Buy Get Up in the Cool merch like t-shirts, phone cases, and masks! https://get-up-in-the-cool-swag.creator-spring.com/ Sign up at https://www.pitchforkbanjo.com/ for my clawhammer instructional series! Check out Cameron's other podcast, Think Outside the Box Set: https://boxset.fireside.fm/ Check out Cameron's old time trio Tall Poppy String Band: https://www.tallpoppystringband.com/
On this week's episode of The Dale Jr. Download, Query sits down with Dale Earnhardt Jr. and co-host Mike Davis to talk about that racing landscape and how he rose to prominence there. Dale prefaced the interview by describing Freddie as someone he both looked up to and was intimidated by while growing up at the Carolina short tracks. Query's reputation as a hard racer and champion preceded him for many years. But like most short-track racers, he came from humble, quiet beginnings in Kannapolis. In fact, Freddie explained that he shared a first-grade classroom with another Kannapolis racing legend, Dale Earnhardt Sr. himself. The two even ran go-karts together in their pre-teen years on a crude dirt track a neighbor had carved out on his property. Ultimately, the two drivers had vastly different life trajectories, and their connection remained pleasant but distant. While finishing high school, Freddie had ambitions to attend college to be an engineer, but after getting married during his senior year his life changed direction. He began attending a tech school and taking trade programs, and when the local school district wanted to begin implementing trade classes on a high school level, Query found himself in a teaching position, one he would hold for 20 years. The go-kart he raced at age 10 was built from a bed frame rail and propelled by his father's lawn mower engine. His mechanical wonder carried on to his teenage years when he began “borrowing” the family car to enter street races, unbeknownst to his parents. But his path in racing would have stalled out on the streets of Kannapolis, had he not started attending local races at the recommendation of a neighbor. After buying a new house as a teacher, he became acquainted with the folks next store, who were avid racing fans attending events multiple nights a week. He took a trip to Hickory Speedway with them and was hooked from the get-go, deciding then he wanted to be a part of the sport. The neighbor was one step ahead, installing a race shop in his backyard, and soon Freddie was out there with him every night of the week. The two built a street stock and took it to Metrolina on a Friday night, with the neighbor hopping in the driver's seat. But the following evening, when they had planned to try Hickory, the neighbor was too tired from the previous night's action and turned the driving duties over to Freddie. And while he ended up flipping due to an aggressive move to pass, the racing bug had bit him, and the course for his next 30 years was set. In the early 1980s he was a dominant force in the six-cylinder division, before moving up to super late models in '85. Freddie was recognized by his red No.6 hot rod which he drove to countless victories. When Concord received the blacktop treatment towards the end of the '86 season, Freddie was prepared to say goodbye to the track he had so much success at, but when Coors threatened to reduce their sponsorship, he decided to give the asphalt another go. Hence would begin the most dominant period in the track's history. From 1988 to 1992, Freddie brought home 4 out of 5 track championships, while battling it out with the likes of Jack Sprague, Rich Bickle and Robbie Faggart. His success in the high-paying Big-10 Series helped propel him to bigger events, and in '93 he began running with the NASCAR All-Pro tour. He brought home major victories in the Myrtle Beach 400 and All-American 400, as well as the '98 All-Pro season championship before settling into a car builder/mentor role. He went on to assist the likes of Hank Parker Jr., Johanna Long, Harrison Burton and many more before retiring from competitive racing. Today, Freddie still dabbles in go-kart racing and car repair but basks in the glory of his storied career and the acclaim that comes with it. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's show is gonna be Hairy, Nutty, and Hilarious. But not in that order. It's National “Tell a Joke Day”! Jon goes around the room and asks his COUNTRY-ish crew to tell their favorite jokes. And, surprise surprise, Intern Isaiah has the dirtiest joke of the whole group. In BEST TRENDS, a 7-year-old has grown the world's most majestic mullet. Will he win the USA Mullet Championship? Jon looks over his competition and gives his thoughts on all of their beautiful heads of hair. And did Jon Reep ever have a mullet? In SMALL TOWN NEWS, a man in Colorado pushed a peanut up a mountain… using his nose. What type of nut would you choose if you had to push one up a mountain? And Jon decides he wants to start his own nut-pushing challenge up the much smaller Baker's Mountain in Hickory. And finally, it's time to win Jon's money in another round of HOW MUCH IS THAT SCREEN ACTORS GUILD RESIDUAL CHECK? Jon got a check for his work on AMERICAN DAD and is ready to give it out to a lucky listener. Who surprises Jon on the phone this week? And who is the “Dirty Grandma”? Join actor/comedian Jon Reep on his weekly show COUNTRY-ish, where he and his crew talk about the latest BEST TRENDS, share some SMALL TOWN NEWS, and play games with the live audience!