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Worst Seats in the House w/ Michael Russo & Anthony LaPanta - Minnesota Wild Podcast

Russo and LaPanta dissect a 2-0 road trip, preview tonight's home opener vs. WPG, rave about Freddy Gaudreau and the #mnwild's depth. Plus, an interview with Wild PT Brian Theisen, from TRIA Orthopedics.Next live show Nov. 15 at Tuttle's in Hopkins. Supported by: TRIA (https://tria.com/?utm_campaign=orthopedics_ortho-urgent_21m10_care_tria&utm_source=talknorth_&utm_medium=digitalradio&utm_content=worst-seats-podcast-logo_demo_awareness&utm_term=audio_v1__,) Grain Belt (https://www.grainbelt.com/,) Aquarius Home Services (https://aquariushomeservices.com/,) Profile By Sanford (https://www.ProfilePlan.com,) Bosch Law Firm (https://www.WorkCompExperts.com) Kris Lindahl Real Estate (https://www.krislindahl.com/,) Kowalski's (https://www.kowalskis.com/,) & Minnesota Propane Association (https://propane.com/)

Mad Radio
Payne & Pendergast Hour 4: Are the Astros Dead? and 4 Burning Mercilus Questions

Mad Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 40:43


Seth and Sean look at the dire situation the Astros are in, go through their burning questions surrounding Whitney Mercilus' release, and look ahead to the Hopkins and Watt reunion with the Texans this weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
Ald. Hopkins: ‘I wish the Mayor could tone down the rhetoric. I agree with the vaccine mandate, but there's a different way to handle it'

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021


2nd Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins joins Steve Bertrand on Chicago’s Afternoon News to explain what can be done to get officers in compliance with the city’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on Twitter:Follow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
Strengthening U.S. Policy in Southeast Asia with Congressman Ami Bera

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021


Over the past twenty years, Southeast Asia a diverse region of 10 nations, has become increasingly important to global economic development, U.S. interests, and great power geopolitics. In this special episode of the Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs, we discuss with Congressman Ami Bera the growing importance of Southeast Asia in the world and in … Continue reading Strengthening U.S. Policy in Southeast Asia with Congressman Ami Bera

The wordoflifepodcast's Podcast
It‘s Going to be Alright - Hope Hopkins

The wordoflifepodcast's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 27:37


Eventhough things look hard and difficult, with God it will be alright. This sounds cliche but it is true. When you walk, talk, and work with God he will guide and protect you. He will help you to remain calm, deescalate a situation, plan your finances, gain access to peace, and love. Remember, it's going to be alright. 

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
Politics of the Arctic, Explained

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021


Once dismissed as a desolate wasteland, the northernmost region of Earth known as the Arctic has garnered increased attention over the past century.  Within three decades, the effects of global warming have shrunken the mass of the Arctic Ocean's summer ice by half. The melting of the Arctic undeniably presents environmental catastrophe for the international … Continue reading Politics of the Arctic, Explained

Public Health On Call
384 - COVID-19 Research Update: The Value of Masks & Testing in Schools

Public Health On Call

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 18:28


In this episode, Dr. Josh Sharfstein talks with researchers who break down two papers in the news. Dr. Nikolas Wada talks about a study led by researchers in Bangladesh and the U.S. which tested whether masks really help to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Dr. Kate Grabowski discusses a Lancet paper from the U.K. about “test to stay” programs in schools and whether the use of rapid tests is better than quarantining when a child tests positive. These researchers are part of the Hopkins novel coronavirus research consortium, with many summaries of new studies available at http://ncrc.jhsph.edu.

Todd Feinburg
Reese Hopkins Joins Todd (HR 2 - 10/14/21)

Todd Feinburg

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 36:32


Todd continues the conversation on Lincoln before being joined by Reese Hopkins to get his latest thoughts on the media, as he comments on Netflix and the planned Colin Kaepernick series, and as well as the Chappelle fallout following the controversy surrounding him. Todd then continues the conversation on mandates and power by breaking down the latest from Joe Rogan and his interview with CNN's own Sanjay Gupta. Tune in weekdays 2-6 PM EST on WTIC Newstalk 1080 ;or on the new Audacy app! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
China's Crackdown on Big Tech

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021


In October 2020, Chinese tech billionaire and founder of Alibaba, Jack Ma, delivered a speech criticizing the Chinese government's approach to digital financial regulation in the days before the 35 billion dollar initial public offering of Alibaba's financial affiliate, Ant Group. Blocked by Chinese regulators shortly after Ma's speech, Ant's IPO never happened, and Ma … Continue reading China's Crackdown on Big Tech

808 Podcast
#150 Thomas Hopkins - Superpeer

808 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 6:38


Thomas Hopkins the Cofounder & CMO of Superpeer shares how to make additional money as a creator and knowledge Entrepreneur. Get more info at https://SuperPeer.com/

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

In the last decade, economic sanctions have increasingly become a foreign policy tool of choice in the United States, with the United States designating nearly 1000 entities per year during Trump's presidency. So, how does the U.S. decide which individuals are sanctioned and how sanctions are enforced? In this episode, we will discuss these questions … Continue reading FP Toolbox: Sanctions

Dawgman Radio
DawgmanRadio: Sizing Up UW Hoops with Aaron Beach

Dawgman Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 40:31


The guys from Dawgman.com - Chris Fetters and Aaron Beach - take time out during this football BYE week to gear up for some hoops talk, specifically previewing the men's basketball team. What can UW fans expect from the team this season, especially with how poorly they played last year? They were 5-21, including 4-16 in the conference. Gone are Marcus Tsohonis, Nate Pryor, Erik Stevenson, Hameir Wright, Raequan Battle, J'Raan Brooks, and Quade Green. Fetters and Beach first talk about Mike Hopkins and what he did in the offseason to put the Huskies in a position to taste success. He made some big moves within his coaching staff, as Cameron Dollar and Dave Rice left and Wyking Jones and Quincy Pondexter took their place alongside Hopkins and Will Conroy. Then they talk about the huge roster revamp, starting with the backcourt. Terrell Brown, Daejon Davis, and P.J. Fuller take over for Green, Tsohonis, and Stevenson. Talk then turns to the wings, with some discussion on Jamal Bey, Emmitt Matthews, Cole Bajema, and Samuel Ariyibi. After a quick break to pay some bills, Fetters and Beach finish up their roster revamp preview by talking about the bigs, the men in the middle that will be counted on to protect the rim and start the transition. They have a number of options, with Nate Roberts, Riley Sorn, Langston Wilson, Jackson Grant. And how will this revamped lineup fare in the Pac-12? In Beach's opinion, how many wins is this team capable of? And could they stun the league and get to 20 wins? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DLF Family of Podcasts
Dynasty Builders #89 - Is Cordarrelle legit? Worried about Hopkins or ARob? Buying into Deebo?

DLF Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021


We opened up the mailbag on this week's show to discuss all the hot topics in dynasty right now! We debated the sustainability of Ja'Marr Chase and Devonta Smith's success so far in 2021, Chase Edmonds' long term dynasty value, whether Jalen Hurts is for real, and some weird RB backfield distributions through the first 4 weeks of the season. We also discussed how worried we are about top dynasty WRs like Brandon Aiyuk, Deandre Hopkins, and Allen Robinson! Check it out!Use code BUILDERS at Underdog Fantasy for $25 in bonus cash added to your initial deposit!And use BUILDERS when you register at Prediction Strike to get a FREE random share of a player worth $6-$15 when you deposit $20 or more!Dynasty Builders is your source of dynasty fantasy football rankings, analysis, and strategy to help you build your dynasty team.Thank you so much for listening! Don't forget to shoot us your questions for us to answer on future episodes. Please leave a rating and review, and follow us on twitter @DBfootballpod. You can also find our podcast, along with the rest of the DLF Family of Podcasts, at dynastyleaguefootball.com

Dynasty Builders | Dynasty Fantasy Football
Dynasty Builders #89 - Is Cordarrelle legit? Worried about Hopkins or ARob? Buying into Deebo?

Dynasty Builders | Dynasty Fantasy Football

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 71:36


We opened up the mailbag on this week's show to discuss all the hot topics in dynasty right now! We debated the sustainability of Ja'Marr Chase and Devonta Smith's success so far in 2021, Chase Edmonds' long term dynasty value, whether Jalen Hurts is for real, and some weird RB backfield distributions through the first 4 weeks of the season. We also discussed how worried we are about top dynasty WRs like Brandon Aiyuk, Deandre Hopkins, and Allen Robinson! Check it out!Use code BUILDERS at Underdog Fantasy for $25 in bonus cash added to your initial deposit!And use BUILDERS when you register at Prediction Strike to get a FREE random share of a player worth $6-$15 when you deposit $20 or more!Dynasty Builders is your source of dynasty fantasy football rankings, analysis, and strategy to help you build your dynasty team.Thank you so much for listening! Don't forget to shoot us your questions for us to answer on future episodes. Please leave a rating and review, and follow us on twitter @DBfootballpod. You can also find our podcast, along with the rest of the DLF Family of Podcasts, at dynastyleaguefootball.com

Faculty Factory
Interdisciplinary Science Habits and Hacks with Sarah Amend, PhD

Faculty Factory

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 39:05


As you will hear on today's podcast episode, “interdisciplinary” is far more than just another buzzword. We are delighted to welcome, Sarah Amend, PhD, to the Faculty Factory Podcast this week for another enlightening “Habits and Hacks from Hopkins” episode. Today's interview focuses on how to foster healthy and productive collaborations between diverse-minded experts. Dr. Amend serves as Assistant Professor of Urology and Assistant Professor of Oncology with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. “My lab focuses on understanding, and ultimately, trying to design strategies to treat lethal prostate cancer,” she told us. Learn more: https://facultyfactory.org/ 

3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast
S10 Episode 9: Pathways to Involvement through the Million Dollar Teacher Project with Lloyd Hopkins

3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 27:38


Lloyd Hopkins is all about creating pathways of involvement for supporters of teachers. In today's episode of 3Ps in a Pod, he talks with hosts Danielle and Kathleen about his experience as a classroom aide and how he transitioned his professional focus to support and recognize the work of teachers. Hopkins is the CEO and founder of the Million Dollar Teacher Project. He began this organization in 2016 in an effort to provide teachers with more support, recognition, and compensation through cost effective, community driven, and easily accessed solutions. Hopkins shares about the variety of programs and support the Million Dollar Teacher Project offers, including catered lunches for teachers, donations of back-to-school supplies, and classroom volunteers. He also shares the variety of ways teachers and teacher fans can connect with the Million Dollar Teacher Project. Learn more about the Million Dollar Teacher Project at mdtproject.org and find the organization on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using the handle @mtdproject. Learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.

The Al Galdi Podcast
Episode 161: Taylor Heinicke and Terry McLaurin are delivering for WFT and much more

The Al Galdi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 56:35


10:39 - Washington Football Team: react to a busy - and bad - Wednesday regarding injury news for Washington and to how the WFT is handling things without Ryan Vermillion, including return of the legendary Bubba Tyer 20:57 - Washington Football Team: analysis of the very good seasons so far for Taylor Heinicke and Terry McLaurin, including insight from Heinicke on his running and his fourth-quarter touchdown pass to McLaurin in the win at the Atlanta Falcons in Week 4 37:33 - Washington Football Team: thoughts on Washington's struggling defense, including whether the problems are more due to the players or the coaches 46:57 - Washington Football Team: examining some refreshingly honest answers from Ron Rivera on Dustin Hopkins that make Ron's support of Hopkins more understandable https://www.tickpick.com/galdi Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Acoustic Tuesday Show with Tony Polecastro
HUGE Guitar Lessons from Lightnin‘ Hopkins ★ Acoustic Tuesday 207

Acoustic Tuesday Show with Tony Polecastro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 30:30


Lightnin' Hopkins is one of the greatest guitar players in American history — his playing has influenced generations of blues artists. If you want to learn how to play Lightnin's songs, watch this lesson where he talks about some of his riffs and philosophy. This episode will show you some important mechanics of Lightnin' Hopkins' playing while also diving into his musical philosophy. By the end of the video, you'll gain some key insights on his playing and be able to apply some of his style and technique to your own guitar journey. I love focusing on Lightnin' Hopkins because so much of it has to do with feeling the music in your heart. Don't get me wrong, theres plenty of technique to work on when emulating Lightnin's playing, but there's also a mindset you need to play music in his style. Hopefully by the end of this episode, you'll have a greater appreciation for this master of blues guitarist. Be sure to let me know in the comment which one of his blues guitar lessons helped you the most! In addition to learning Lightnin' Hopkins' style, you'll get a chance to try the TAC Tuesday Guitar Lick Challenge. You'll be focusing on pull-offs and "punching" the rhythm.  And, finally, I've got a host of artists that I want to talk about on the Acoustic Guitar News segment. I also want to address some of my concerns about  @Gibson TV  and their new guitar line.  Featured on this episode: - Alexandr Misko   - Sean de Burca   - Elderly instruments   - Gibson Guitars

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts
Oncology, Etc. - In Conversation with Dr. Otis Brawley (Part 2)

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 19:40


In the second edition of this two-part Oncology, Etc. episode, hosts Dr. Patrick Loehrer (Indiana University) and Dr. David Johnson (University of Texas) continue their conversation with Dr. Otis Brawley, a distinguished professor of Oncology at Johns Hopkins and former Executive Vice President of the American Cancer Society. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts | Additional resources: elearning.asco.org | Contact Us Air Date: 10/5/2021   TRANSCRIPT [MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. This is not a substitute for medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement. [MUSIC PLAYING] DAVID JOHNSON: Welcome back to Oncology, Etc, and our second segment of our conversation with Otis Brawley, professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medical School and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Pat, I don't know about you, but Otis is a very impressive man, and he had a lot of really interesting things to say about his career development, family, et cetera in the first segment. This second segment, we're going to get to hear more about his time at the ACS. What were your thoughts about segment one? PATRICK LOEHRER: Well, I loved talking to Otis, and you too, Dave. Parenthetically, Otis once told me in a dinner conversation we had that he felt like Forrest Gump, and I can identify with that. Where over the field, our field of oncology over the last several decades, we've met some incredibly wonderful people, and we've been lucky to be part of the history. The three of us, I think, do have a deep sense of the historical context of oncology. This is a young field, and there's just some extraordinary people, many of them real true heroes, and Otis has his figure on the pulse of that. DAVID JOHNSON: Yeah, that's why he's been in some of the right places at the right time, and we'll hear more about that in this segment coming up now. PATRICK LOEHRER: Now Otis has had a career in many different areas, including ODAC, the NCI, the ACS, now at Hopkins. So let's hear a little bit more about Dr. Brawley's experience at the American Cancer Society and particularly with his experience with the former CEO, John Seffrin. DAVID JOHNSON: Sounds great. [MUSIC PLAYING] OTIS BRAWLEY: John and I had a wonderful run at the American Cancer Society. Got to do a lot of things. Got to testify for the Affordable Care Act. Got to do some of the science to actually argue that the Affordable Care Act would help. And I was fortunate enough to be there long enough to do some of the science to show that the Affordable Care Act is helping. DAVID JOHNSON: Yeah, I mean actually all of the things you accomplished at the ACS are truly amazing. Let me ask you, just on a personal level, what did you like most about that job, and then what did you like least about that job? [LAUGHTER] OTIS BRAWLEY: I like the fact-- there were a lot of things I liked about that job. There were a couple hundred scientists and scientific support people that you got to work with. And I used to always say, I do politics so you can do science. And what I used to like the most, every Wednesday afternoon that I was in town, I would walk around just to watch those people think. I used to joke around and say, I'm just walking around to see who came to work today. But I really enjoyed watching them work and watching them think, and that was fun. Another fun aspect of the job was people used to call and ask a little bit about the disease that they are a family member would have. And sitting down with them on the phone in those days-- we didn't have Zoom-- and talking to them through their disease. Not necessarily giving them advice on what to do in terms of treatment, but helping them understand the biology of the disease or connecting them with someone who was good in their disease. And I happen to, by the way, have sent some patients to both of you guys. That was a lot of fun. Then the other thing, of course, was the fact that you could actually influence policy and fix things. I'll never forget sitting across from Terry Branstad, then the governor of Iowa, and convincing him that the right thing to do is to raise the excise tax on tobacco in Iowa. Being able to see that you're effective and to see that you're positively influencing things. The bad side, some of the politics. I didn't necessarily like how some of the money was being raised or where they were raising money from. I think that you have to have a certain standard in terms of where you accept money. And we always had that tension with the fundraisers. But it's also true-- and I will give them a nod-- you can't do the fun things unless you raise money. So I really truly enjoyed my time at the American Cancer Society. And by the way, a shout out to Karen Knudsen, who is the CEO running the American Cancer Society now. And I'm fully committed to helping the ACS and helping Karen be successful. DAVID JOHNSON: One of the things I read-- I think I read this that you had said that one of your proudest accomplishments was revising the ACS screening guidelines. Tell us just a little bit about that. OTIS BRAWLEY: Yeah, going all the way back to the early 1990s, I started realizing that a lot of these guidelines for screening, or back then, this is before the NCCN guidelines for treatment even, that were published by various organizations, including the American Cancer Society. We're almost the equivalent of-- get the impression that in the 1960s, it would have been a smoke-filled room. But you gather a bunch of people into a room, and they come up with, this is what we should be doing. Indeed, the American Cancer Society in 1991 endorsed annual PSA screening for prostate cancer based purely on getting a group of primarily urologists into a room, and that's what they came up with. There was very little review of the science. There really was no science at that time except the science to show that PSA screening found cancer. There were no studies to show that led to men benefiting in that they didn't die. Indeed, in 1991, there was no study to show that treatment of early prostate cancer saved lives. The study to show treatment of prostate cancer saves lives was first published in 2003, and the radiation saves lives in 1997, 1998. Surgery saves lives in 2003 and screening has a small effect published in 2009. But they started recommending it in 1991 in this almost smoke-filled room kind of atmosphere. When I got to the American Cancer Society, I started an effort, and we involved people from the National Academy of Medicine, we involved people from the NCCN, from the American Urological Association, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American College of Physicians. And we got together in that almost smoke-filled room again, but the idea was, how do you make responsible guidelines? And we wrote that up into a paper guide widely accepted by all of the organizations, and it involves a review of the literature that is commissioned by someone. And they spend a long time reviewing the literature and writing a literature review. And then you have a group of experts from various fields to include epidemiology and screening, social work, someone who's had the disease. Not just the surgeons and medical oncologists who treat the disease but some population scientists as well. They sit down and they reveal all of the scientific data, and then they start coming up with, we recommend this. And then they rank how strong that recommendation is based on the data. We published this in 2013 in The Journal of the American Medical Association. I do think that was important, you're right. That's Otis trying to bring his policy and his belief in orthodox approach to science and bring it all together. PATRICK LOEHRER: So let me reflect a little bit more on something. There is a book that I also just recently read by Dax-Devlon Ross, and it's a book entitled, Letters to my White Male Friends, and it was a fascinating read to me. You have this public persona and professional persona of being an outstanding physician, clinician, public speaker. But what we the three of us have never really had the conversation today is we have much more interest now in DEI. One of our other speakers talked about the fact that there's a tax that is placed upon underrepresented minorities and academics. They are all expected to be on committees. They have to be doing different things. And so the things that they love to do, they can't do it because they have to represent their race or their gender or their ethnicity. OTIS BRAWLEY: I have been blessed and fortunate. There are problems, and there are huge burdens that Black doctors, and women doctors by the way, have to carry. I have been fortunate that I have skated through without a lot of that burden. Maybe it has to do with oncology, but I will tell you that I have been helped by so many doctors, men and women, predominantly white, but some Asian, Muslim, Jewish, Christian. I don't know if it's oncology is selective of people who want to give folks a fair shake and really believe in mentoring and finding a protege and promoting their career. I have been incredibly, incredibly fortunate. Now that I say that, there are doctors, minority doctors and women, who don't have the benefits and don't have the fortunes that I have had, and we all have to be careful for that. As I said early on, John Altman told me that I will thank him by getting more Blacks and women into the old boys club. And so that was his realizing that there is a-- or there was a problem. I think there still is a problem in terms of diversity. Now I have seen personally some of the problem more outside of oncology in some of the other specialties. More in internal medicine and surgery, for example. By the way, there are also some benefit. I did well in medical school in third and fourth year in medical school at the University of Chicago because there were a group of Black nurses who were held that I wasn't going to fail. The nurses took me under their wing and taught me how to draw blood, how to pass a swan. The first code I ever called, there was a nurse standing behind me with the check off list. And so there are some advantages to being Black as well. But there are some disadvantages. I've been very fortunate. My advice to Black physicians is to keep an open mind and seek out the folks in medicine who truly do want to help you and truly do want to mentor you. And for the folks who are not minority or not women in medicine, I say, try to keep an open mind and try to help everybody equally. PATRICK LOEHRER: Thank you. DAVID JOHNSON: I want to go back to your book for a moment. And again, for those who've not read it, I would encourage them to do. So it's a really honest book, I think, well-written. You made a comment in there-- I want to make sure I quote it near correctly. You said that improvement in our health care system must be a bottom up process. What do you mean by "bottom up?" OTIS BRAWLEY: Well, much of it is driven by demand from patients and other folks. The name of the book was, How We Do Harm. And the synopsis is there are bunch of people who are harmed because they don't get the care that they need. And there's a bunch of people who are harmed because they get too much medicine and too much care. And they rob those resources away from the folks who don't get care at the same time that they're harmed by being overtreated, getting treatments that they don't need. The other thing, if I can add, in American health care, we don't stress risk reduction enough. I used to call it "prevention." Some of the survivors convince me to stress "activities to reduce risk of disease." We don't do a lot in this country in terms of diet and exercise. We try to do some work somewhat successfully on tobacco avoidance. We need to teach people how to be healthy. And if I were czar of medicine in the United States, I would try to make sure that everybody had a health coach. Many of us go to the gym and we have a trainer. We need trainers to teach us how to be healthy and how to do the right things to stay healthy. That's part of the bottom up. And in terms of costs you know my last paper that I published from the American Cancer Society, I published purposefully, this is my last paper. Ahmedin Jemal who's a wonderful epidemiologist who I happen to have worked with when I was at the National Cancer Institute and again later in my career at the American Cancer Society, I pushed Ahmedin-- he publishes these papers, and we estimate x number of people are going to be diagnosed with breast cancer and y number are going to die. He and I had talked for a long time about how college education reduces risk of cancer death dramatically. If you give a college education to a Black man, his risk of death from cancer goes down to less than the average risk for a white American. There's something about giving people college education that prevents cancer death. I simply challenged Ahmedin, calculate for me how many people in the United States would die if everybody had the risk of death of college-educated Americans. And he came back with of the 600,000 people who die in any given year, 132,000 would not die if they had all the things from prevention through screening, diagnosis, and treatment that college-educated people. Just think about that-- 132,000. Then I started trying to figure out what drug prevents 132,000 deaths per year? And I couldn't think of one until recently, and it happens to be the coronavirus vaccine. Which ironically has shown itself to be the greatest drug ever created in all of medicine. But in cancer, there's no breakthrough drug that is more effective than just simply getting every human being the care from risk reduction and prevention all the way through treatment that every human being ought to be getting. The solution to some of that starts with fixing third grade and teaching kids about exercise, about proper diet. PATRICK LOEHRER: We're going to have to wind things up here. But real quickly, a book you would recommend? OTIS BRAWLEY: Skip Trump, who's someone that we all know, wonderful guy used to run Roswell Park Cancer Center, just published a book actually it's coming out in September called, Centers of the Cancer Universe, A Half Century of Progress Against Cancer. I got a preprint of that, and it is a great book. It talks about what we've learned in oncology over the last 50 years since Richard Nixon signed the National Cancer Act. Keep in mind, he declared war on cancer on December 23, 1971. So we have an anniversary coming up in December. PATRICK LOEHRER: I want to close. Another book, I read the autobiography of Frederick Douglass. It's a wonderful read. It really is good. There were some endorsements at the end of this book, and one of them was written by a Benjamin Brawley, who wrote this review in a book called, The Negro in Literature and Art in 1921. And Benjamin Brawley was writing this about Frederick Douglass, but I would like to have you just reflect a moment. I think he was writing it about you, and I'm just going to read this. He basically said, at the time of his death in 1895, Douglass had won for himself a place of unique distinction. Large of heart and of mind, he was interested in every forward movement for his people, but his charity embraced all men in all races. His mutation was international, and today, many of his speeches are found to be the standard works of oratory. I think if your great, great grandfather were here today, he would be so incredibly proud of his protege, Otis. And it's such a privilege and pleasure to have you join us today on Oncology, Etc. Thank you so much. OTIS BRAWLEY: Thank you. And thank both of you for all the help you've given me over the years DAVID JOHNSON: Great pleasure having you today, Otis. I want to also thank all of our listeners for tuning in to Oncology, Etc. This is an ASCO educational podcast. We really are here to talk about anything and everything. So we're looking for ideas. Please, if you have any suggestions, feel free to email us at education@ASCO.org. Thanks again, and remember, Pat has a face for podcasts. [MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: Thank you for listening to this week's episode of the ASCO e-learning weekly podcasts. To make us part of your weekly routine, click Subscribe. Let us know what you think by leaving a review. For more information, visit the comprehensive e-learning center at elearning.asco.org.

Todd Feinburg
Reese Hopkins Joins Todd (HR 1 - 10/4/21)

Todd Feinburg

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 40:34


Todd opens the show joined by Reese Hopkins to share his thoughts and opinions from his experience at Rikers Island following his allegation in NY as a conservative radio host. Todd and Reese dive into his experience at Rikers, and the way that the power structure continually pushes those in the correctional facilities down, even if not   truly found guilty. Hopkins then expands on why he thinks that he had to jump through multiple hoops in such a corrupted justice system. Tune in weekdays 2-6 PM EST on WTIC Newstalk 1080 ;or on the new Audacy app! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BMitch & Finlay
10.4.21 Hour 4- Dustin Hopkins, Defensive Adjustments, WFT Investigation

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 45:31


1:00- BMitch and Finlay have a much needed discussion about WFT Kicker Dustin Hopkins.  22:15- What kind of defensive adjustments could the WFT make to be better on that side of the ball.  34:00- Breaking News on BMitch and Finlay about the WFT.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sports Junkies
10/4 Hour 3- Blitz, More calls on WFT's defense

The Sports Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 40:47


    :48 Junkies Blitz 21:13 More calls on WFT's defense and if it's a liability 32:00 Should WFT move on from Hopkins? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
AUKUS and the Future of the Indo-Pacific

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021


On September 15, U.S. President Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced AUKUS, a new trilateral security pact. The agreement focuses on military capability, and the United States and the United Kingdom notably will be helping Australia acquire eight nuclear-powered submarines. What compelled Australia to seek this agreement? What … Continue reading AUKUS and the Future of the Indo-Pacific

The Past Lives Podcast
The Past Lives Podcast Ep179 – Debra Jorden-Kauble

The Past Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 61:43


Alien Abduction, EVPs and more. This week Debra Jorden-Kauble returns to talk about her book 'Extraordinary Contact: Life Beyond "Intruders"'. Debra BioDebra Jordan-Kauble is an “ordinary” woman with a habit of attracting the extraordinary. After reporting a terrifying anomalous experience to Budd Hopkins—pioneering researcher of alien abduction phenomena—Debra's life takes a dramatic turn as she becomes the central figure in Hopkins' best-selling book, Intruders, and in its popular TV adaptation. But while the TV series ended with a clear resolution, Debra's astonishing story continued in real life. In Extraordinary Contact, Debra shares with the reader her close-up and personal experiences with UFOs, poltergeists, the afterlife, Electronic Voice Phenomena, premonitions, synchronicities, and non-human entities. Such phenomena are woven throughout the vivid tapestry of Debra's life—flourishes of the anomalous, offset against an everyday backdrop of factory work, family and friends. Spanning four decades, Extraordinary Contact is a story of resilience and growth in the face of trauma, tragedy and loss, and an intimate, first-person account of what it means to be a lifelong experiencer of “impossible” phenomena. https://www.amazon.com/Extraordinary-Contact-Life-Beyond-Intruders-ebook/dp/B097TW9433/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1628331646&sr=8-3 https://www.debshome.com/index.html https://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/the-past-lives-podcast

Three & 1/2 Gentlemen
65. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Three & 1/2 Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 67:01


Let's eat some fava beans and pour a glass of chianti as the hosts join their friend, Dr. Hannibal Lector, for dinner to continue their 90's movie reviews with the award-winning, psychological horror, cult-classic film, The Silence Of The Lambs, starring Sir Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster. Many consider this film one of the most iconic horror movies, with Hopkins being one of the scariest villains of all time. The hosts pair the film with the “Hello Clarice” cocktail. Join the hosts as they dive deep into the madness that is Dr. Lector's labyrinthine mind just in time for this Halloween season. Come listen and follow us on Instagram @the.gentlemenpodcast and our website thegentlemenpodcast.com

Hopkins Biotech Podcast
My PhD- Gian Molina-Castro

Hopkins Biotech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 19:19


Gian is a fourth-year PhD candidate at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the Solomon H. Snyder Department of Neuroscience. His thesis under the supervision of Dr. Dwight Bergles focuses on studying the dynamics and functional significance of cortical remyelination in diverse mouse models of multiple sclerosis. Gian is a Senior Fellow at PHutures, a career and professional development hub for doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows. In July 2021, he received the 2021 Diversity Recognition Award from the Diversity Leadership Council of Johns Hopkins University. Hosted by Joe Varriale and Gustavo Carrizo. We are looking for PhD students from Hopkins, as well as other Institutions in and outside the US! If you are interested  in being interviewed for My PhD please complete the following form and we will contact you:                                                          MyPhD podcast application form

The Next 100 Days Podcast
#293 – David Garfinkel – Copywriting

The Next 100 Days Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 50:40


David Garfinkel - The World's Greatest Copywriting Coach The World's Greatest Copywriting Coach David Garfinkel joined the The Next 100 Days podcast to discuss the Old Masters of copy. Our plan was to run through 6 copywriting tips from from the Old Masters. We managed 3 in this episode. The good news is David completed all six by covering the rest in Episode 294. Introduction to David Garfinkel David is a copywriting coach to business owners and professional copywriters. His sales letters and webpages have brought millions of dollars in for his clients. David has worked as a copy consultant to publisher Agora Financial. He critiques copy for small business owners in the GKIC network. Author of "Breakthrough Copywriting" and is the host of "Copywriters Podcast". Born in Washington DC, David made a decision to get as far away from there as possible, without leaving the United States. He moved to San Francisco. His kryptonite is buying guitars. This passion dates back to 1966 when he turned 13 and got a Gibson guitar. Copywriting Tips from the Old Masters As Graham said, they are all dead! The first Old Master is Claude Hopkins. His material dates from the early part of the 1900s. David is a direct response copywriter. The most famous British advertising man was David Ogilvy. He told a story about Ogilvy who published an old estate with a £600 budget. Ogilvy used a postcard and got them to take action. In real life, says Garfinkel, you have to give people an incentive to take action. Direct mail was the original direct response copywriting. Graham's business Finely Fettled still provides this service. Resources from the David Garfinkel The Next 100 Days Podcast This link covers material covered in Episode 293 and Episode 294 (Part 2 of the David Garfinkel podcast) Click here for David Garfinkel Resources Claude Hopkins Hopkins said the demonstration and sampling are most powerful forms of selling. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Garfinkel-Claude-Hopkins.mp4 People and technologies have changed these days, but the principles still apply. Such as offering a free chapter in a Kindle book. Another example is the software 30 day trial, after which the software stops working. In car retailing, many of us have been hugely influenced by test drives. David spoke about the silver polish example provided by Claude Hopkins early sales experience. We discussed other transformational benefits. Like, the lady of the house's mother in law wouldn't by looking down on her so much. That speaks to embarrassment and guilt. Woman are infinitely better pragmatists than men. She buys silver polish as it helps her get it done quick! Demonstration takes features and benefits a step further forward. They can see the transformations and outcomes. John E Kennedy Canadian John E Kennedy also worked at Lord and Thomas in Chicago, like Hopkins. He was credited with the 'reason why' approach to copy. Reason why is about logic and evidential. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Garfinkel-Reason-Why-Copy.mp4 Gary Bencivenga was a proponent of reason why copy. Here's what fellow A-list copywriter, Doug D'Anna said of Gary Bencivenga: “If a copywriter beats the control one out of four times, you've got a really good copywriter. (And) If he beats it two out of four times, you've got a great copywriter. If he beats it seven out of eight times, you've got Gary Bencivenga.” Gary write copy for Boardroom mail order promotions. He worked on general interest products in health and financial interest. We want something emotionally, then we search for all sorts of reasons until we feel okay about buying. Listen to Gio Marcus about celebrity copywriting in Episode 289. Robert Updegraff "Obvious Adams" http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Garfinkel-Obvious-Adams.mp4 How do I get to the simplest, most obvious way to convey my message to market?

HousingWire Daily
Jamie Hopkins on the role of emotions in reverse mortgage decisions

HousingWire Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 12:40


Today's HousingWire Daily features a crossover episode with the RMD Podcast, a monthly podcast covering hot topics in the reverse mortgage industry hosted by Chris Clow, editor at HW Media's latest acquisition, Reverse Mortgage Daily. The episode features an interview with Jamie Hopkins, managing director of Carson Coaching and director of retirement research at Carson Group, as well as a member of the Academy for Home Equity in Financial Planning. In this episode, Hopkins explains why it's hard for consumers to remove emotions when making financial decisions, as well as how the reverse mortgage industry approaches long-term care as the COVID-19 pandemic shapes the business' future.HousingWire Daily examines the most compelling articles reported across HW Media. Each afternoon, we provide our listeners with a deeper look into the stories coming across our newsrooms that are helping Move Markets Forward. Hosted by the HW team and produced by Alcynna Lloyd and Elissa Branch.

Cosmic Reality Podcast
"METAPHYSICAL PERSPECTIVES" 928/21 - Quest Derek Condit, Julissa Helms, Nancy Hopkins and guest Mari Beckman

Cosmic Reality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 114:00


“Metaphysical Perspectives” with Derek Condit, Julissa Helms, Nancy Hopkins and guest Mari Beckman - a psychic, medium, master galactic healer, channel, author, teacher and host of the "Metaphysical Meltdown" podcast from Tacoma, WA. Metaphysical Meltdown - https://soundcloud.com/1150kknw/sets/metaphysical-meltdown YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn9rHAuyQCxND0bdL8BmwjQ/videos    COUPON “SAVE10" for 10% off MysticalWares: https://www.mysticalwares.com The Metaphysical Perspectives Show is live every other Tuesdays 2-4 pm EST / 11am - 1pm PST https://www.cosmicreality.com/radio.html Metaphysical Perspectives You Tube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChEUcAqF6ekzbC4jQZpW5yQ Cosmic Reality Radio Archives - https://www.cosmicreality.com/archives.html Cosmic Reality Radio - http://www.cosmicreality.com Shungite Store & Information - https://www.mysticalwares.com

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
Political Turmoil in Nigeria

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021


During the past few months, Nigeria has been in the news for the national Twitter ban that the country's President Buhari instituted over the summer. What used to be a platform that gave international reach to Nigeria's #EndSARS protests during the summer of 2020 is now banned for use in the country; President Buhari instituted … Continue reading Political Turmoil in Nigeria

Calling Our Shot
Brady's return to NE, Week 4 Upset Picks, Buy/Sell Fantasy Football & TNF Preview | Podcast Ep. 5

Calling Our Shot

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 63:45


Calling Our Shot Podcast is back for it's 5th episode. Today, Austin, Logan and Sam choose their favorite underdog ML picks in Week 4 of the NFL Season as well as Week 5 of the College Football season. They also give a preview to Thursday Night Football: Bengals vs. Jaguars and give their score predictions. Each guy chooses their biggest takeaway from what we saw in Week 3, and we give a quick preview to some marquee matchups this weekend, none bigger than Tom Brady returning to Foxborough to take on the Patriots for the first time. Also, breaking down matchups like: Cardinals vs. Rams, Broncos vs. Ravens, Chargers vs. Raiders and much more!Become a COS All-Star by clicking this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC22tFD4XzWM2HZELac7YGNQ/joinTime Stamps:0:00 Intro, COS All-Star Love & Thank you.2:14 Rams going to the Super Bowl?6:25 What's wrong with the Chiefs?10:05 Rookie QBs have been bad.14:27 NFL Week 4 Upset Picks20:20 CFB Week 5 Upset Picks26:58 Blind Resumes33:10 Buy/Sell in Fantasy Football44:38 Diggs, Hopkins or Ridley?48:56 Buccaneers vs. Patriots Preview51:20 Cardinals vs. Rams Preview54:33 Ravens vs. Broncos Preview57:36 Raiders vs. Chargers Preview1:00:55 Thursday Night Football: Bengals vs. Jaguars PreviewSend us your questions in the comments or on Twitter @CallingOurShot and we will answer them next week.Download the Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify & more here: https://callingourshot.buzzsprout.com/New Podcasts Every Wednesday at 10AM EST!

The Connected Experience
The Connected Experience -Tales of Hop Block F / Lynxx

The Connected Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 74:43


This Episode of The Connected Experience Podcast is sponsored all new game Animal Instincts: The Urban Jungle Puzzle, now available for DOWNLOAD NOW in the google play store and the apple app store via https://linktr.ee/AITUJ also follow @animalinstinctsanimated on IG Tales of Hop Block F/ Lynxx Join host AJ and SJ of The Connected Experience (@tcepod) as they have a conversation with Inkster Michigan Native Lynxx (@kinglynxx). We speak about growing up in Inkster MI, becoming a teenage rap star , meeting his mentor and friend Hassan owning a recording studio and more. Press play, sit back and #getconnected Contact us at pr@tcohh.orgFollow us on https://www.instagram.com/tcepodhttps://www.twitter.com/tcepodListen to “The Podcast Album” by The Connected Experience now via Tidal https://tidal.com/browse/album/84652887

Fantasy Football Today Podcast
Five Big Topics: Struggling WRs, Gaskin, Golladay (09/27 Fantasy Football Podcast)

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 47:42


Let's kick it off with a recap of Packers-49ers (2:40)! Can the 49ers offense sustain three pass catchers? It might depend on how good or bad the run game is. What are our thoughts on Trey Sermon? Can you drop A.J. Dillon? We also give you the latest news and notes (11:15) ... Which struggling WRs are we concerned about (16:00)? Ridley? Hopkins? Diggs? Woods? And what do we make of Myles Gaskin's slow start (26:00) and Kenny Golladay's rest of season value (32:00)? Is Golladay no more than a flex? ... Looking back at some Week 1 predictions, we discuss what has changed and what has remained the same (35:40). And finally, is anyone concerned about Tyreek Hill (42:00)? ... Email us at fantasyfootball@cbsi.com Fantasy Football Today' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox, and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow our FFT team on Twitter: @FFToday, @AdamAizer, @JameyEisenberg, @daverichard, @heathcummingssr, @ctowerscbs, @BenSchragg Watch FFT on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/fantasyfootballtoday Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter You can listen to Fantasy Football Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast." To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rob Hopkins
Episode Thirty One: What if the future were non-binary?

Rob Hopkins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 44:07


This is such an incredible episode. One of those ones I had to go off and sit under a tree afterwards to absorb. Today we talk about gender. I grew up in a society that thought in terms of two genders, you were male or you were female. This was accompanied by expectations that men behaved in ways that were ‘masculine', and women in ways seen as being ‘feminine'… If you were someone who didn't identify as either, or someone who challenged society's expectations of what being masculine or feminine meant, it was a bleak time. And in many cultures, far bleaker still, indeed very dangerous. Some cultures recognise a ‘third' gender, but what would it be like if we were to see gender instead as a spectrum, and where you choose to place yourself on that spectrum is up to you, and can change as often as you like? What if society accommodated, supported, nurtured even, such a degree of fluidity? What if everyone could be who they wanted to be, to define themselves however they wanted to, and the kind of abuse so many LGBTQI+ people experience was instead replaced by a culture that valued people wherever they are across the spectrum. What wonders might such an approach unlock in our culture? Syd Yang is the Senior Advisor for Healing Justice and Wellness at Movement Voter Project. Syd's work finds its resonance in the stories we each hold at the intersection of memory, body, sexuality and mental health. Syd works primarily with queer and trans BIPOC individuals as well as regularly leads workshops, community healing circles and has been a group facilitator for over two decades, with a specific focus on grief, healing ancestral trauma, sexuality + spirituality, body liberation and eating disorder recovery. Mahfam Malek has held many roles in justice movements over the years, including facilitator, somatic coach, non-profit staff of many stripes, social justice-oriented stand-up comic, direct-action and cultural organizer, environmental educator, and more. In addition to training, facilitating, and coaching, they write, organize with a group of abolitionist diasporic Iranians, hang out with their dog, and chat on the phone nearly daily about absolutely nothing with their parents. They are also the Training and Operations Director at the Chicago Torture Justice Center. I really hope you find something very special in this discussion. My thanks to Syd and Mahfam, and also to you for supporting what we do here, and Ben Addicott, who so beautifully records, edits, produces and embellishes these podcasts. See you next time.

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
The End Of The International Order

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021


The Covid-19 Pandemic has fundamentally altered the way of life of people, businesses, and whole countries. That has been well documented. What we will focus on this episode is whether and how Covid changed the US-built and Rules-based international system. How did the pandemic affect the global economic and financial system? How did it affect … Continue reading The End Of The International Order

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast
Managing Cyber Risk. Moving To A Risk-Based Security Approach. Tia Hopkins & Mark Sangster, eSentire

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 21:07


In this episode of Managing Cyber Risk, Mark Sangster, VP Industry Security Strategy at eSentire and Tia Hopkins, VP, Cyber Risk Advisory and Solutions Architecture at eSentire, join host Hillarie McClure to discuss how advancements in technology aren't always better at protecting us, how organizations can move to a risk-based approach to security, and more. eSentire is the Authority in Managed Detection and Response. eSentire's mission is to hunt, investigate and stop cyber threats before they become business disrupting events. To learn more about our sponsor, visit https://esentire.com

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
Up To Speed: The (Dis)United Kingdom

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021


Why has the UK struggled to find its place in a 21st-century? How have decades of decolonization and the fading of its great power status impacted the nation as a whole? How has it shaped the UK's relationships with Europe and the world? What have recent events revealed about the UK's political system? And, perhaps … Continue reading Up To Speed: The (Dis)United Kingdom

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
Ald. Hopkins on Mexican Independence Day gridlock downtown: ‘If we could formalize it…that would be a much more attractive alternative for everyone

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021


2nd Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins joins Jon Hansen (filling-in for Steve Bertrand) on Chicago’s Afternoon News to address the second night of traffic gridlock, and unauthorized parties that occured in the downtown area and Lake Shore Drive due to impromptu Mexican Independence Day celebrations. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on Twitter:Follow @SteveBertrand Follow […]

Customer Service Secrets by Kustomer
Handling Quick Growth | Evan Hopkins

Customer Service Secrets by Kustomer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 25:50


In this episode we have a special guest, Evan Hopkins, who is the VP of Global Sales and Customer Operations at Outdoorsy. Outdoorsy is the most trusted RV rental experiences marketplace on the planet, powering road trips and RV adventures. They've seen a lot of growth recently and have had to make a lot of adjustments, which Evan explains. At first with Covid they weren't getting any volume and skipped out on hiring new employees, until the end of May when everyone got sick of being inside and there was an “explosion” of people wanting to use their service. What Evan does at Outdoorsy 1:21Handling the sudden growth 4:20Secrets to help work in harmony with your partners 6:09How they handled Covid 7:45From 20 to 175 team members and the hiring process 10:57Getting people up to speed so fast 13:39Taking technology to the next level 18:17Working with founders successfully 20:24“We're right in our hiring cycle through April and May and we expect to be adding maybe 80 or so people to our staff, but we hired nobody because we had no volume coming in. No one's booking, but then all of the sudden near the end of May, everything goes crazy and everyone's like, ‘I'm going outside again, I don't care.' You know, various reasons and RVing is the way to go.” 8:27https://www.linkedin.com/in/evancbhopkins/

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
FP Toolbox: Counterrorism

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021


September 11, 2001 permanently reshaped counterterrorism policy in the U.S. and abroad, with more than 260 US government organizations created or reorganized to focus on terrorism-related issues in the last 20 years. n this episode, we'll examine the history of counterterorrism in the U.S, including what practices and threats look like today, 20 years after … Continue reading FP Toolbox: Counterrorism

Locked On Bengals - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Bengals
Week 2 Mailbag! Trey Hopkins alarm level, 4th down decisions and more!

Locked On Bengals - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Bengals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 39:15


Jake and James dive into the Week 2 mailbag, getting into how loud Paul Brown Stadium was on Sunday, how high the alert level is for Trey Hopkins, dissecting 4th down decisionmaking, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

SoHollywood The Podcast
SoHollywood The Podcast EP. 70 - TREZ HOPKINS

SoHollywood The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 57:43


ABOUT THE PODCAST: On this platform, everyone is created equally while the titles go out of the door. It gives you a better understanding of what people need in order to succeed in whatever they are doing. Everyone has one thing in common and that's entertainment. EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this episode, I speak with Trez Hopkins, a Richmond native, rapper, and creator of HazyMode. We spoke about growing up in Richmond Virginia, taking his rap career seriously, creating Hazy Mode, and joining forces with Red Cup Gang. @SoHollywoodThePodcast @MissHollywood313 @Hxoxp @HazyMode Want to be a guest on the show email me here! Video Link Here Click Here To Stay Up To Date --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sohollywoodthepodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sohollywoodthepodcast/support

Everyday Mulemanship
123. Hopkins, MI Clinic Debrief

Everyday Mulemanship

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 57:38


This clinic was a great time and the folks here were really engaged and willing to learn. Ty also talks about riding Zelda the Zorse for the first time!

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
The Fallout of the Afghanistan Exit

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021


Afghanistan. Afghanistan. Afghanistan. That seems to be the only thing in the news nowadays. And, for good reason. Today we will explore the history of the US involvement in Afghanistan, what exactly went wrong, whether the withdrawal could have been handled better, and what this all means for America's foreign policy in the long term. … Continue reading The Fallout of the Afghanistan Exit

Burns & Gambo Podcasts
Burns and Gambo: How much being a captain means to DeAndre Hopkins

Burns & Gambo Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 37:17


Burns and Gambo react to DeAndre Hopkins' excitement on being named a team captain. How does this change his demeanor? What do the guys expect of Hopkins now that he's a leader? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Clydesdale, Fitness & Friends
Dex Hopkins Breaks down the CrossFit Games with Amy and Charlie

The Clydesdale, Fitness & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 54:12


We catch up with Dex to talk about his Semi-finals and Games experiences as a coach and media guy for Brute Strength. You'll spit-take once or twice reacting to Dex's witty banter - as usual!

Locked On Titans - Daily Podcast On The Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans v Arizona Cardinals Crossover Thursday w/ Alex Clancy & Bo Brack

Locked On Titans - Daily Podcast On The Tennessee Titans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 38:15


Tyler is joined by Alex Clancy and Bo Brack from Locked On Cardinals to discuss everything you need to know heading into Sunday's game. First, the guys discuss the offseason that was for both teams and where they currently stand. Then, Tyler jumps in the hot seat answers questions from Bo and Alex. Finally, the tables turn and Tyler throws some questions at Bo and Alex. Tannehill, Henry, Julio, Kyler, Hopkins, Watt & Chandler Jones all discussed as well as both team's issues on defense!! Follow Tyler on Twitter @TicTacTitans Follow the show on Facebook @LockedOnTitansPod Subscribe to the Locked On Titans YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP3332GMOh4y5PX3q9NFybw 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 “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Manscaped Fellas, don't gamble on shaving your balls with the wrong tools! Choose MANSCAPED™, Your Balls Will Thank You™! Get 20% off + free shipping with the code LOCKEDON at manscaped.com. RunYourPool Check ‘em out TODAY and get $10 off at RunYourPool.com and use promo code LockedOn at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Kevin Sheehan Show
Oh Hopkins!

The Kevin Sheehan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 31:34


A quick recap of last night's Washington-Baltimore preseason finale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices