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So what does it mean for something to be considered organic, or to be considered regenerative or sustainably produced? Defining these concepts in agriculture production and in food labeling is complicated, but very important. So government defines and oversees certain terms, while other terms are generally overseen by producers, by industry experts, or even by non-governmental organizations. The politics and governance structures of labeling can be very important in how sustainably produced goods are made and marketed. In today's podcast, we'll speak with Dr. Samantha Mosier, political scientist on the faculty of East Carolina University, as part of our Regenerative Agriculture podcast series. Interview Summary So let's begin with this question. Why do you believe there's so much interest in alternative agriculture production? So agriculture has been changing. We only have the concept of alternative agriculture because we went through a really rapid industrialization and mechanization of agricultural practices in the past 100 years or so. So this idea of alternative agriculture sprung out of a critique of agricultural production norms that were industrialized, that were causing environmental harm, like declining soil quality, which led to such events as the Dust Bowl. Today, the shift and interest into alternative agriculture stems from some pretty hard lessons learned about modern production, where we are seeing soil quality continuing to decline. Yields are also declining, and we want to be able to feed the world and our population. And so these practices that were once advocated are not necessarily working as they should. For producers, there's also some profit to be made in a number of markets if you're able to shift your production and get that certification in that sustainable market, or at least adhere to the norms of a particular production concept enough to make that claim. You know, in some ways, what I hear you saying is that from a consumer point of view, many more people are becoming interested in the story of their food, where it came from, how it was produced, how animals were treated, what the labor situation was like, etc. And my perspective on this, and tell me if I'm right, is that this trend seems to be growing exponentially. There was a time not too long ago when people didn't think about this or they didn't know much about it, and now, boy, there's whole generations of people care about this an awful lot. And it shows up in the way they make purchasing decisions and where they do their shopping and things. But is that right? Do you think that this trend is really increasing? Yes, rapidly increasing. So from a consumer perspective, you can look across a range of these alternative food markets, anything from organic, non-GMO, fair trade, and you'll see that sales across the board have exponentially increased in the past 10 to 20 years. So where there wasn't so much of an interest or spending habit in these categories, all of a sudden it just went through the roof. And so a lot of this does come from deferring or changing consumer behavior and expectations. We know that younger consumers in particular are concerned about climate change and the environment. So they're more likely to be environmental consumers to the degree that they can afford to do so because it is more costly often to buy these products. But there's also this whole component that these types of foods have also become more mainstream and readily available. And so organic foods 30, 40 years ago, were really difficult to find if you were to go into a typical grocery store. Today, you can find organic, fair trade, non-GMO products in Walmart, and Target, and Kroger. Even the Dollar Tree or Dollar General stores, you can find products that are labeled as sustainable in some capacity. So they're more readily as well. Thanks for those comments. And I think in addition to those things, there are other signs like number of people shopping at farmer's markets, farm-to-school programs, farm-to-childcare programs, and you can go on and on, the list is pretty long. And I think it's pretty exciting. You know, I was thinking about this myself the other day. Not too far from where I live in Durham, North Carolina, there's a state farmer's market in Raleigh, which is just an absolutely wonderful, massive farmer's market. And when I was walking through the other day, I saw a farmer selling honey. And I thought, you know, this farmer appealed to me. I hadn't met him, I hadn't spoken to him, but I thought, he probably works really hard and he probably cares about what he does. And that really appealed to me. And I have plenty of honey at home, so I didn't need to buy any, but I wanted to buy it anyway. There's just something wonderful about that kind of connection that exists. It seems to me more people are caring about the farmers in this picture too. Do you think that's correct? It depends on the consumer. I think in some cases, the ones that may be more informed and maybe go to farmer's markets, they're going to be more interested in where the food comes from. But there is a segment of consumers out there that they'll go off of the certification label because it's a little bit easier. Maybe they're crunched for time, they have kids, their job's demanding. But overall, we still like the idea that our food comes from a wholesome place. Two terms that we've discussed, organic and regenerative, let's talk about how these two things are different from one another. Most people are familiar with the term organic, if not knowing how it's defined, but regenerative is newer on the scene. Organic is specifically defined by government regulations and what a certification program dictates as organic. It's a concept that is really grounded in a consumer perspective because the label creates a singular four-based minimum standard for what it means to be organic. Not all producers actually agree with the current standards for what it means to be organic and organic production. There are a number of them that are interested in going above and beyond organic standards that are currently set. And this includes concerns about animal welfare. So how we're treating cattle and chickens in our production systems that are organic. There are also a lot of concerns centered around hydroponic production systems being considered organic. Hydroponic is a type of production system that can't improve soil quality because there is no soil. And this is where regenerative discussions come from. The modern regenerative movement is based out of a movement from organic production and their critiques of our current system. The Rodale Institute about 30 or 40 years ago, specifically talked about regenerative organic production. The more modern concept of regenerative is a critique about the broader concept of a sustainable food system, and the need to do more than just be sustainable. And it really engages quite a bit of concessions about soil health. The problem with, I guess, modern regenerative agriculture is that it's not neatly defined. There's a heavy emphasis again on that soil quality and regeneration concerns, but there's no universal definition. It's not universally regulated, government's not involved with it. And so the most you can really hope for when you're seeing this term currently is producers acting in good faith when they're advertising their goods as being regenerative, and they can go get certified for it now. But again, you'd have to look into the details as to what that certification actually entails. Let's talk about the role of government in this process a little bit more. So how do you think the government has impacted the way agriculture production is occurring and market activity? And do you think there's a benefit to having these claims certified or regulated? So government does play a role. It legitimizes the market to some extent. It protects the term that's being used. It provides, you know, a standard, a reference point to where we can all say this is organic, but there's some challenges with that of course. So anytime you involve government that means you're going to take away certain freedoms to interpret the concept the way you may want to as a producer. And so when we start getting into certification programs, we know for example, that third-party certification systems for labels and production systems are a Gold Standard. We know this, but the challenge becomes is that when you start certifying and you start regulating these markets, is that, well, the cons are consumers could still misinterpret the term because what the USDA, for example, defines as organic may not be what I, as a consumer, believe organic to be. And so kind of this image of a small happy farm with a dog doesn't necessarily exist. Organic production, some have claimed, is really highly mechanized and it's became large scale. And this is part of that challenge with the one-size-fits-all standard. And the baseline standard is, all of the sudden there's a market being developed, and producers are going to adapt to that and enter it. And so a lot of people, at least with organic certification, have claimed that it became corporatized. It's industrialized production, just in a slightly different form. But the pros are, if you're looking for a guarantee, say you're one of those consumers that's really short on time and can't go to the farmer's market, well, it helps minimize false claims. You have a general idea of what you're actually buying. So it's a unified messaging signal. And you know, the semantics of course, is debatable about what it means. And for producers, this means they can receive a premium for the products they're producing. Has the fact that organic production in some cases is highly industrialized, has that led to greater yields? Has that brought down price? I think it depends on who you ask. I know the pandemic has thrown some concerns in terms of sourcing and other certain certification systems that are dealing with the reckoning of ending their contracts with small scale farmers in favor of larger scale farmers. But overall, organic has perhaps gotten maybe a bit cheaper because it's more readily accessible, but there are challenges with some companies with being able to source enough organic material to meet the demand. And so typically, you do still pay a little bit more for organic or sustainably produced, however defined, goods, but the price will always be a little bit higher than conventionally produced materials and products. For consumers who are interested in purchasing these alternatively produced foods, what kind of challenges do they face out there in the market? Well, they probably need to figure out what matters to them the most, and they need to do their homework about what a label means. So certified claims do come with some particular benefits. You can research very easily what that may mean, and you might not understand all the technical and scientific information, but kind of understanding the basis of what you're looking for in an item. So, as an example, you mentioned looking for honey. I was shopping for toddler food, and I was looking on the toddler can of food, and it had USDA Organic Certification Seal. And then, right next to it, it was also advertised with a label saying it was non-GMO. The thing is, is if you know anything about USDA Organic, it doesn't contain genetically modified ingredients to begin with. But as a consumer, which we have more or less-informed consumers, they may not know that USDA Organic means it's non-genetically modified. So these producers, the seller of goods, also have to advertise other benefits of the product because that consumer is not aware. So it's educating yourself and understanding what you're buying and not getting duped by just marketing claims. Bio: Samantha Mosier is an associate professor of political science and part of the Master of Public Administration program faculty at East Carolina University. Her research focuses on sustainable agriculture, food labeling, and local sustainability and resilience initiatives. Mosier is author of Creating Organic Standards in U.S. States: The Diffusion of State Organic Food and Agriculture Legislation and co-author of Performance Measurement in Sustainability Programs: Lessons from American Cities. Her work has also appeared in Environment and Planning C, Environmental Management, Food Policy, and Review of Policy Research. Prior to joining the faculty at ECU, Mosier was an assistant professor at Missouri State University and served on the University of Missouri Extension Council in Greene County, MO.
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Welcome to episode two of the Halloween Specials. This is a deep dive into the world of Horror with Lisa Kroger. Lisa has written books and screenplays all revolving around horror. She studied 18th century gothic literature in college as well, so she has an extensive knowledge on the history of horror. We go down the path of classic vs modern horror, some of the best horror films of all time, what it's like to write horror, and so much more in this awesome episode. I hope you guys enjoy this one. We discuss a lot of films worth checking out this halloween! Please leave us a rating if you enjoyed this episode, and share it with your friends!
Brett had an early love for aviation, inspired by his uncle, a United Airlines B-747 Captain. He started flying at age 16 and attained all of his certificates while in college. He was anxious to get into professional aviation, and graduated a year early so he could get his start. His first flying job after graduation was in the cold northeast, where the airplane engine had to be artificially warmed for two hours before flight, but the cockpit stayed frigid! He was then hired by Mesa Airlines, based in Orlando, to fly his first jet. He upgraded to Captain at JFK Airport, where he sometimes had to taxi for two hours fo a 30-minute flight. After about five years and being downgraded, Brett was starting to feel burned out with regional flying. He heard about a corporate flying job and went to a bar to learn more. He wanted to separate himself from the pool of pilot applicants, he had his resume produced on a cake! He didn't get the job, but got on the company's radar, and was ultimately hired. Brett eventually worked his way up to Chief Pilot at Kroger, and is now firmly committed to the company. From NBAA: Since Minturn transitioned from the airlines to business aviation, the NBAA Safety Committee member and chair of the Midwest Safety Roundtable has pursued his passion – aviation safety. He is a staunch advocate for adoption of the Aviation Safety Action Program in Part 91 operations, and last year he worked with the University of Amsterdam to develop aviation safety metrics. Minturn also has helped develop in-house technology solutions for data collection. “What I love about business aviation is I really feel like I'm making the company and the industry better.”
“Managed varieties are something that give consumers a fresher look at the categories they love” Jennifer Parkhill (11:39 - 11:49) All produce isn't created equal in the agriculture industry and with the introduction of managed varieties consumers are able to find precisely the taste and texture they're looking for. SweeTango has been a trailblazer in the apple category, providing a sweet variety you'll come back for time and time again. The “experiment” of the SweeTango apple variety was actually developed by the horticultural research team at The University of Minnesota as a cross between the Honey Crisp and the Zestar!. First hitting the market in 2009, it was their first shot at commercialization of the first managed variety in the apple category. As such, it truly paved the way for other varieties to come to market. Now, SweeTango has growers in New York, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Washington and even Canada, all of which are hand picked. Executive Director Jennifer Parkhill is at the forefront at SweeTango Apples as they continue to innovate their variety and make consuming healthy fruits more enjoyable and fun. Growing up in agriculture, Jennifer's father was a corn and sugar beet farmer in Colorado. Living in the west, Jennifer worked for US Foods for 19 years in marketing and produce category management. That position led her to the co-op that produces the SweeTango Apple trees and has now been with them for the last two years. While varieties like Red Delicious, Fuji and Honeycrisp are legacy staples in the apple category, managed varieties are actually created through a process of cross-pollination. Because the process is so meticulous and time consuming, managed varieties typically have limited availability and scope. These varieties are created to highlight an apples' distinct characteristics that may not have been able to occur naturally through cross pollination. Because of this, consumers really have the ability to find the specific taste and texture they're looking for. The process of creating a managed variety is a long and arduous one. Jennifer describes it as the ultimate in product research & development as some varieties can take 20-30 years from start to planning and getting an apple on the market. “You have to be resilient if it takes 20 years to develop a product.” Jennifer Parkhill (06:19 - 06:22) While most managed varieties are more limited, Jennifer states that SweeTango is starting to be released for longer and longer after the growers have seen how valuable it is and how high of a demand there is for it. For consumers, once you're a fan of SweeTango, you don't want any other apple; it is that good! Jennifer says that the best part of the SweeTango apple is that they're good for you, while tasting amazing. No parent will feel any regret when giving their kids more apples because they like the taste. Because SweeTango apples are grown nationwide, they're trying even harder to reduce their carbon footprint by selling the apples in the same region that they're grown. SweeTango is also working on being more sustainable growers by cutting down on plastic usage in packaging in the next few years. “It's important to us to be good stewards of the land and be able to then hand land to farm for generations to come.” Jennifer Parkhill (15:10 - 15:17) Jennifer also offers a challenge to consumers: next time you're at your local grocery store, pick one of each variety of apples. Take them home and do a fun activity with your kids. Have your kids or friends cut and rate each apple by taste and texture. This is a fun way to find what they like and don't like about each variety. You will be amazed at the different tastes and opinions of each of your contestants! Finding SweeTango apples near you has never been easier. Apples can be found at Wal-Mart, Trader Joes, Aldi, Costco and Kroger. If they don't happen to be at your local big box grocer, the company recently launched a product locator on their website making it easier to find marketers simply by entering your zip code. How to get involved Join The Produce Moms Group on Facebook and continue the discussion every week! Reach out to us - we'd love to hear more about where you are in life and business! Find out more here. If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we'd love for you to help us spread the word!
September 4, 2017, a man kidnapped a college student in a Kroger parking lot in Carrollton, Georgia close to midnight. Listen in this week to find out how she was able to brilliantly get help to her and how she got away.Sources for this episode:Buzzfeed News - Here's How This College Student Escaped After She Was Allegedly Kidnapped And Raped11 Alive - Man who kidnapped college student from Kroger, assaulted her pleads guiltyLedger-Enquirer - She was kidnapped at knifepoint, forced in her own car. Then she asked for her iPhoneDocumentCloud - Gladden Notes Carrollton Incident Report13 WMAZ - Survival: Ga. college student recounts how she lived through kidnapping, sexual assault13 WMAZ - RAW: Surveillance video of Carrollton kidnappingSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/CWMCpod)
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Kellie can't hide her excitement over the latest developments in the Britney Spears' conservatorship. On the last podcast, Kellie expressed her love of naming things -- cars, businesses, and babies! And on this podcast, Allen reads letters from listeners who need help naming BABIES! Allen has finally downloaded the NextDoor app, but he somehow missed this spine-tingling story of a stalker who could potentially be a black-eyed kid! It's a story so scary, Kellie should've waited to tell it on Halloween! And finally, Kellie and Allen get into a debate over one of the most beloved characters on Sesame Street. Who wins the argument? Find out in real time. Thank you to our podcast sponsors! Download Best Fiends FREE today on the App Store or Google Play. That's friends, without the r—Best Fiends.To help you welcome the fall season in style, Rothy's is doing something special! For a limited time, you can get $20 off your first purchase at Rothys.com/SANDWICH.Receive 20% off plus free shipping site wide at JuneShine.com/SANDWICH and use code SANDWICH at checkout. We recommend trying one of their best selling variety packs. It's a great way to try all of their delicious flavors! JuneShine can also be found in over 10,000 stores across the country, including Whole Foods, Safeway, Kroger and Publix.
SummaryThis Rogue Creators episode was stoked to have on a special guest from Harvest Group! Bryan and Loren were joined in the studio by Ella Jane Dantzler, their Senior Marketing Manager. Harvest Group is a full-service retail growth agency serving Walmart, Kroger, and now Target. By word of mouth and social platforms, we have been able to see firsthand how the healthy company culture is pushing Harvest Group to new heights. You will want o to hear how people like Ella Jane are creating a company all of us would want to work at or with! Check it out!Shownotes[0:48] Introducing Ella Jane Dantzlerand Harvest Group[1:32] What are you obsessed with?[5:10] Harvest Group… Everyone wants to work there![6:27] From NYC To Senior Marketing Manager[10:08] Awards and Recognition with Harvest Group[10:42] Culture at the heart of Harvest Group[13:00] Authenticity on social media[17:40] Creativity withing rebranding[21:25] Imposter Syndrome[25:03] What's next for Harvest Group?[30:14] Wrap Up[31:28] Rapid Fire LinksBryan FittinLoren LewisElla Jane DantzlerHarvest GroupQuotes“I think we could all kind of look back and say, ‘thank you' to our first boss who hired us. Like, why did he hire me? I no clue.” (7:05) - Ella Jane Dantzler“I think harvest and the founders really were intentional about the values that they chose and carrying those forward. And 15 years later, we're still talking about those same values.(11:29) - Ella Jane Dantzler“Our clients often comment on our culture and how you want to work with somebody who you like.” (12:09) - Ella Jane Dantzler“[On documenting, not creating,] And I think that you've done that through a lot... rather than like, Hey, we need to make a social media post. What can we do? And what can we come up with? It's like, I'm just going to document what we're doing and we're just already doing it.”(12:35) - Bryan FittinCulture Creation as ContentThis Rogue Creators episode featured Ella Jane Dantzler, Senior Marketing Manager of Harvest Group. Bryan and Loren were stoked to have her hang out and discuss how creating a stellar company culture is synonymous with creating good marketing! Harvest Group is a full-service retail growth agency serving Walmart, Kroger, and now Target. Harvest Group's track record consists of Entrepreneur Magazine's 2018 Top Company Cultures, Forbes 2019 Small Giants, and Inc.'s Best Workplaces of 2020. Ella Jane has four-plus years of experience in marketing and content management, specifically in the shopper marketing and social media industry. She has experience ranging from social media, public speaking, and editing, companies such as Collective Bias, Stone Mill Bread Company and now Harvest Group.By word of mouth and social platforms, we have been able to see firsthand how the healthy company culture is pushing Harvest Group to new heights. You will want o to hear how people like Ella Jane are creating a company all of us would want to work at or with! From culture-building to leaving space for creative side projects, we hash it all out on this episode. Authenticity on Social Media Harvest Group has taken considerable measures to use social media authentically. We are not all hoodwinked into dismissing the amount of curating and crafting that goes on for a typical companies post. Harvest Group wanted to create a culture that could be documented at any time and continue to push forward its values as a healthy, thriving, and fun company. With that being said, there still needs to be a strategy; you cannot just throw things out there. Where is the line of between high quality and accuracy without being posed? A key ingredient for Ella Jane is to ask herself if the post would be adding value. Would it add value to the team, to the client, to the person scrolling?"if I'm scrolling through LinkedIn, Actually learning something, or if I'm not learning something applicable about my business, I'm learning something about harvest group."(13:46) - Ella Jane DantzlerAlthough Ella Jane's background was in curated photography flooded feeds, she is helping shape Harvest Group as using the platform to tell who their people are. In some ways, it is a more journalistic approach. Then by telling the story of people's heart for their clients and positions, it can give actual value rather than being a feedback loop of self-promotion. " Social media presence gives you a chance to kind of get to know who they are and their personality a little bit more than those other venues."(14:55) - Ella Jane DantzlerBringing Creativity into B2BOver the past year, we noticed a change in Harvest Group branding and learned Ella Jane got to head up that mission! Bringing thier own creative flare, she was able to take charge in starting up a noticeable change in the content designs for social. Little did we know, she was pregnant at the time, and during the final days of deciding on the logo concept, she ended up having her son. "And he [her boss] was like, 'Is it gonna stress you out or make you feel really glad to see like these final concepts that came through?' I'm like, 'Yes, please! Oh my gosh, it would make me feel so happy!"(20:43) - Ella Jane DantzlerImposter Syndrome Along the Way"I think we could all kind of look back and say, 'thank you' to our first boss who hired us. Like, why did he hire me? I no clue." (7:05) - Ella Jane DantzlerElla Jane and many of us have similar stories of stumbling into the careers we have now. With her first experience to today, she was able to walk us through what her interaction with the dreaded imposter syndrome has looked like. Working with employers and colleagues who believed in her and her abilities made all the difference. Instilling confidence to take risks and own mistakes became a culture she wanted to multiply out. "Having the learner mentality and having the vulnerability to, you know, both acting confidence, but also ask questions… but you can't just sit back and be like, let's just wait for it to sink in, but [you have to be] going after it and then giving yourself the grace to really learn before you act."(22:43) - Ella Jane DantzlerElla Jane, A Rogue CreatorInitially, we were stoked to speak to Ella Jane on how she is considered a Rogue Creator when it comes to company culture, and then we found out she is a Rogue Creator on a whole different level as well! Ella Jane calls them doodles, but we have loved her art account on Instagram. Go check it out for some drawings, cards, jokes, and paintings under the handle of Ella Jane Illustrations.Next For Harvest GroupAs Harvest Group continues its endeavors to add value, you will be seeing more content like guides, perspectives on retail news and spotlights on the employees and clients that are the foundation of the company. Keep an eye out for Harvest Group and Ella Jane Dantzler; we are excited about what they both will be up to next!www.RogueCreators.club
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Episode 802 | Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier answer caller questions. Show Notes CoreChristianity.com Questions in this Episode 1. In Ezekiel 47:12, it makes it seem that we will need healing in the New Creation. What does this mean? 2. We had a mass shooting a couple of days ago at a Kroger in Tennessee. My oldest son was walking in right in front of the shooter and had no idea he was coming in behind him. By God's grace he wasn't shot first, but the man next to him was. My son is not a born again Christian yet. He knows everything mentally but he just hasn't accepted Jesus yet. My question and request is for everyone listening to pray for him, that he is convicted on the HS doesn't quit pestering him until he is saved. And also if you have any suggestions how to help him, not only with his counseling, but so that he will beloved in the next few days? Thanks so much I really appreciate you and your show. 3. Why did God “send” an evil spirit in 1 Samuel 16:14? 4. Matthew 6:14-15 makes it seem like our forgiveness is dependent upon us forgiving others. Is that the case? 5. I'm working my way through Leviticus chapter 16 and I'm wondering how to reconcile the commandment to abstain from eating blood with the similar restraint shown in Acts chapter 15? Should Christians refrain from eating blood in their food? Today's Offer Core Coffee Mugs Request our latest special offers here or call 1-833-THE-CORE (833-843-2673) to request them by phone. Want to partner with us in our work here at Core Christianity? Consider becoming a member of the Inner Core. Resources HOW DO I LIVE THE CHRISTIAN LIFE?
Canary Cry News Talk ep. 393 - 09.24.2021 - MAELSTROM M3DIA: Microchip Surveillance, Sustainability DNA, Scientific Civil War, Transhuman Crypto - CCNT 393 Our LINK TREE: CanaryCry.Party SUBSCRIBE TO US ON: NewPodcastApps.com SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com Basil's other project: Ravel Podcast INTRO 2:03 Gonz Eye Doctor visit Mrs. Habibic snaps photo of license plate “MMMGONZ” Twitter to enable Bitcoin tipping, NFT authentication (Verge) Wall Street glitch showed Bitcoin drop to $5,400 (Futurism, China FUD) Clip: UK Thang, Kroger shooter FLIPPY 22:20 Flying microchip the size of a grain of sand (NPR) GREAT RESET 31:19 Accenture and WEF to manage “Sustainability DNA” for companies to be ESG compliant (Yahoo) Note: European Central Bank warning about Climate Change (Bloomberg) Africans say “Vaccine Apartheid” at UN (YourBasin) Note: UN 2030 Agenda 3, Global Health COVID 19 JINGLE/PANDEMIC SPECIAL 55:39 Rochelle: CDC Chief overrules FDA, boosters pushed through (NY Times) Melbourne Media Blackout (Clip of police house check) Clip: Switzerland protesting lockdowns and mandates Note: Over 3,100 doctors and scientists have signed the Rome Declaration against Pandemic Dallas school counselor “did everything right,” dies of C19 (Dallas Morning News) Tangled history of mRNA jabs (Nature) [Long article, Dr. Malone, highlights] I AM WACCINE Study advising against giving children the jab (Science Direct) Who is dying from C19 in CA? (Mercury News) [“Fear can be a motivator…”] BREAK (producer party) 2:13:33 POLYTICKS 3:30:25 Clips: Biden WH Presser on Boosters and Economy House passes $1 billion to support Israel Iron Dome (AP) Right Wing (Pro Israel): AOC roasted for crocodile tears after House passes Iron Dome (Fox) Newsom Science: Newsom signs $15 billion climate, fire package (Mercury News) Cuomo: Former ABC News Producer accuses Chris Cuomo of sexual harassment (HuffPo) Biden say Border Patrol Agents “will pay” (CNN) BIBLICAL 4:07:53 Sodom and Gomorrah destruction scientifically verified? (Yahoo) TRANSHUMAN 4:15:32 New crypto called “Transhuman Coin” hopes to enhance life with science and tech ADDITIONAL STORIES Kroger shooter identified as Uk Thang, third party vendor, fired (Local 24) Satanist going to push back on Texas abortion laws (Wa. Times) Robot arm (Flippy) that performs lung cancer surgery (Healthline) Boyfriend of Gabby Petito wanted for bank fraud, not murder (My Sun Coast) Washington Post wanting to help people with their privacy () Bruce Willis licenses himself as Deep Fake (Market Research) Footprint suggests humans early arrival in America's (NY Times) [Dr. Judkins inquiry] Security of Russia's biometric system questioned (IntelliNews) Why Mary Trump might be in trouble (NBC) Majority of voters think Trump was better president than Biden, poll (Newsweek) Waccines: US to donate 500 million more doses (NBC) Nurse in short supply, mandates might make it worse (NPR) CoWin jab passport works, UK says it doesn't (Times of India) Peer Reviewed study of woman with AIHA after mRNA jab (Wiley) Serious group of scientists study suggesting slowing down jabs (Trial Site News) Soluble Circulating IgG Immune Complexes cause of serious sufferers of C19 (BioRxiv) Teacher with 3 Pfizer jabs hospitalized from C19 (Newsweek) PRODUCERS ep. 393: Dame Lynne Lady of the Lakes, Scott K, Alex G, Heatheruss, Gail M, Aaron A(J), JC, Runksmash, Sir Sammons Knight of the Fishes, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Doughty the Coyote, Malik W, Jezreel J, Autumnation, GiantsBane16, Brandt W, Shagan, Juan A, Veronica D, Big Tank, Ciara, Sandra K TIMESTAMPS: Rachel C JINGLES: Marty B LeirBag3000 ART: Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove, Knight of Rustbeltia Ryan N Aaron J MEET UPS: Veronica D
Canary Cry News Talk ep. 393 - 09.24.2021 - MAELSTROM M3DIA: Microchip Surveillance, Sustainability DNA, Scientific Civil War, Transhuman Crypto - CCNT 393 Our LINK TREE: CanaryCry.Party SUBSCRIBE TO US ON: NewPodcastApps.com SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com Basil's other project: Ravel Podcast INTRO 2:03 Gonz Eye Doctor visit Mrs. Habibic snaps photo of license plate “MMMGONZ” Twitter to enable Bitcoin tipping, NFT authentication (Verge) Wall Street glitch showed Bitcoin drop to $5,400 (Futurism, China FUD) Clip: UK Thang, Kroger shooter FLIPPY 22:20 Flying microchip the size of a grain of sand (NPR) GREAT RESET 31:19 Accenture and WEF to manage “Sustainability DNA” for companies to be ESG compliant (Yahoo) Note: European Central Bank warning about Climate Change (Bloomberg) Africans say “Vaccine Apartheid” at UN (YourBasin) Note: UN 2030 Agenda 3, Global Health COVID 19 JINGLE/PANDEMIC SPECIAL 55:39 Rochelle: CDC Chief overrules FDA, boosters pushed through (NY Times) Melbourne Media Blackout (Clip of police house check) Clip: Switzerland protesting lockdowns and mandates Note: Over 3,100 doctors and scientists have signed the Rome Declaration against Pandemic Dallas school counselor “did everything right,” dies of C19 (Dallas Morning News) Tangled history of mRNA jabs (Nature) [Long article, Dr. Malone, highlights] I AM WACCINE Study advising against giving children the jab
Millions of Americans begin lining up nationwide to receive a COVID booster shot with up to 20 million people now eligible. The CDC expanding the list of eligible recipients to include front line workers, healthcare workers and teachers. Two hosts of "The View" removed live on TV after both had rapid COVID tests return positive just ahead of their interview with Vice President Harris. New details into the deadly supermarket shooting at a Kroger's in Tennessee. Authorities arrest a woman accused of starting a wildfire in California. The audit results of the 2020 election in Arizona. And the race to save an American treasure.
Yo! Happy Friday! Lets celebrate by opening these GIANT cans of beer Lazlo brought! *Almost half of all Americans say they are working their dream job. That's a lot of people. How many dream jobs can there be? *Doomscrolling! Q Anon is allegedly spreading anti Semitism, fifteen people got shot at a Kroger in Tennessee, R Kelly's jury is deliberating, a Jet Blue passenger becomes violent when he can't get his cell phone to work, kid kayaks to school because we've run out of school busses, a minister allegedly assaulted kids at a bus stop, an airplane got stuck in power lines, and an eleven year-old kid goes to work with his mom. *Nick Wright is on the show! He's got a big surprise for us and we make our NFL picks for the weekend. *Slimfast needs Lazlo's advice about how kids should respond to bullies. Lazlo suggests full prison rules for 4th graders. *Did you have family bonding activities when you were a kid? Do you have any with your kids? May we suggest random dance parties in your living room? *Is Lazlo getting paid by big pharma to promote vaccines? The answer is obviously no but some people are too conspiratorial to reason with. *We read messages from @churchoflazlo instagram. Wow, a lot of you have had your houses raided by the police. *Have a great weekend! Stop by lazlo.church if you get a minute. See you Monday! -Everybody Wang Chung!!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
1 killed, 12 injured in shooting at Kroger in Collierville, Tennessee // Making Elizabeth Holmes' cringey texts public is the ultimate crime deterrent // Gov. Newsom commits $15B to combat wildfire // R Kelly's lawyer compares him to Martin Luther King in closing arguments of sex abuse trial // California Considers COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Students 12 and Up // Long Beach Grand Prix
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The 76th Session of the UN Assembly is underway, Diablo 2 Resurrected is dropping in stores soon, Linda Evangelista is suing “Cool Sclupting” for actually making her fatter, Tourists and children at the Bronx Zoo are horrified when a gorilla starts performing oral sex on another gorilla, Barney The Bull is captured on Long Island, A pedophile in Russia is given a deadly ultimatum, Indian man sentenced to clothes washing for attempted rape, KFC smuggling operation busted in Auckland, New Zealand, & Voicemails & reviews Cup Of Coffee in the Big Time 00:00:00 - Timestamps 00:06:35 – Fun Fact – Although Fun the band won the 2013 Grammy for best new artist for their breakout 2012 album Some Nights, they actually had a previous album Aim and Ignite which was released in 2009. 00:08:05 – Holidays: Native American Day, Kiss Day, National Horchata Day 00:09:45 – Today in History – 1890 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints officially renounces polygamy. Wink wink 00:13:10 – Honorable Mentions: There was a mass shooting at a Kroger in Collierville Tennessee and at the time of this recording two people are dead with 13 injured, our thoughts go out to the victims and families impacted. 00:15:05 - #3 – The 76th Session of UN General Assembly is going on right now actually the debate portion is going on now in New York City and via zoom 00:18:35 - #2 – Diablo 2 Resurrected, because that's what it is after 20 years, resurrected with a new face lift. 00:19:45 - #1 – Famous supermodel Linda Evangelista is trending because she has just come out and said that the “cool sculpting” she paid for went horribly wrong and instead of slimming her down fattened her up and disfigured her. 00:27:05 - Tourists and children at the Bronx Zoo were treated to a special show of a Gorilla performing oral sex on another Gorilla, & Barney The Bull from Long Island is finally captured. TTIM 00:42:10 – Russia - A man discovered his best friend was sexually abusing his daughter and gave him an ultimatum he couldn't refuse 00:47:00 – India – A man who attempted to rape another villager is set free on bail, but has to wash the clothes of all 2,000 women in the village for 6 months. 00:49:50 – New Zealand – Cops bust two men trying to smuggle buckets of KFC into Auckland, which is under strict lockdown so no restaurants are open. 01:00:50 - Voicemails & Reviews with Will These stories and more… brought to you by our fantastic sponsors. Laithwaites Wines - Now, get six amazing bottles of wine, plus two bonus bottles and two stemless wine glasses for $49.99 (plus tax) with free delivery. Just text HARD to 64-000! To get this special offer, text HARD to 64-000. That's HARD to 64-000. Terms apply, available at laithwaites.com/terms. Raycon Earbuds - Raycon exists to prove that premium audio doesn't have to price you out. We're here to defy the industry by tailoring our tech to the people– giving them booming audio and luxurious comfort. Get 15% off their Raycon order at buyraycon.com/hardfactor. Express VPN - Protect your online activity TODAY with the VPN rated #1 by CNET. Visit our exclusive link ExpressVPN.com/hardfactor and you can get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package. Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480 or or send us a voicememo to email@example.com & leave a 5-Star review on Apple Pods to hear it on Friday's show Follow/Subscribe @HardFactorNews on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, Apple Pods and Spotify to support the Show!
Leland Whaley talks about a shooting at a Kroger in Collierville, Tennessee and carries that press conference. Then, he talks about the special session being called by Governor Ivey, gives an update on the COVID numbers at UAB, looks into the origins of COVID, gets multiple traffic reports, gives the latest information on booster shots, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sam and Emma tackle a huge last week in news, as well as what's coming down the pike in Congress, the courts, and more. They also speak with Bhairavi Desai, Executive Director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance (NYTWA), to discuss NYTWA's new debt forgiveness campaign for Medallion cab drivers. Bhairavi, Sam, and Emma dive into the recent conflict around the NYC taxi company Medallion, and how after decades of the city inflating the price, making hundreds of millions, while capitalizing particularly on immigrants taking out loans, the city helped bolster Uber and Lyft's unregulated takeover of the market, with some officials even going to work for them following their job in government. Next, they take on how COVID, in particular, created a massive impending problem for Medallion taxi cab drivers, who average $550,000 in debt, which is compounded by the floundering of city policy in effectively handling this, and what the NYTWA's recent protests have entailed, as well as what they're fighting for. Emma and Sam also cover developments in a few longstanding strikes, including the St. Vincent nurses, the United Mine Workers of America strike in Alabama, and the IATSE strike among some production unions, before touching on how Biden's administration has capitalized on pre-existing Trump immigration policy with the use of Title 42. They also look forward to what progression we can see over the next couple of weeks when it comes to the bipartisan infrastructure bill and reconciliation, touching on how Democrats could ensure the raising of the debt ceiling, what Pelosi's September 27th commitment means for reconciliation, and how the recent double backing by corporate Dems could affect what policy survives the next six days. Lastly, they touch on another democratic cop-out as Chuck Schumer hides behind the parliamentarian and the Democrats' relationship to immigration policy. And in the Fun Half: Jacob from Alabama talks unions and Hurricane Ida recovery, Gregory from Oklahoma gives some updates on both his candidacy and his main opponent in his upcoming election, and the MR crew walks through the step by step one-man show that was the blueprint for Pence's election overturn attempt. 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In Episode 20, Dave dedicates the entire show to the "Biden Jackassery Minute" segment as he reviews the latest gaffes and administrative malfeasance. How the Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff doesn't get charged or court-martialed for treason soon is beyond me. Kroger issues inflation warnings on your grocery bill. Thanks for nothing Biden… and Newsom survives but the latest CNN reporter might not.
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(Content Warning: bullying, harassment, suicide.)Evan Seyfried was a loving son, brother, and friend, and a dedicated worker. For 19 years, with a virtually spotless record, Evan worked at a local Kroger grocery store in Milford, Ohio, where he eventually became the dairy department manager. From October 2020 to March 2021, however, Evan suffered a torturous litany of bullying, harassment, and sabotage, according to a lawsuit filed by the Seyfried family. As the lawsuit alleges, it was this treatment, which was the result of a "conspiracy" involving numerous actors, including management-level supervisors at the Milford store, that caused Evan to eventually suffer a "transient episodic break" and take his own life. In this episode, we talk with Evan's mother Linda, his father Ken, and his brother Eric about the beautiful person he was, the horrific treatment he endured, and the need to hold those who wronged him accountable.Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org): Squire Truck, “A Journey into the Great Unknown”
Improving to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in the SEC, the Kentucky Wildcats knocked off the Missouri Tigers 35-28 on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021 at Kroger in Field in Lexington. Kentucky.com and Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnists John Clay and Mark Story discussed the win and look ahead to both Saturday's game with Chattanooga and the rest of the season. For more UK athletics coverage visit www.kentuckysports.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode Summary: Federal judge rules Apple must loosen App Store rules; Biden defends vaccine mandates; Kroger shares slip :02 This is the Marketplace Minute. I'm Meghan McCarty Carino. STORY 1 Stocks were down Friday, finishing the week with losses. The Dow and S&P dropped almost eight tenths percent. And the NASDAQ fell about nine tenths percent. STORY 2 Apple stock took a hit after a federal judge ruled the company can no longer retain its grip over in-app payments. The decision in the case brought by Epic Games means developers can link consumers AWAY from the Apple's App Store, which takes up to a 30 percent cut of all payments. The judge rejected a charge that Apple is a monopoly. STORY 3 President Biden defended his new plan for vaccine mandates for many American workers … telling Republicans who vowed to challenge the policies to -quote- “have at it.” The administration's plan could require 100 million workers to be vaccinated or tested weekly. STORY 4 *** CUT THIS FOR PUBRADIO VERSION *** And shares in Kroger slipped after the grocery chain reported shrinking margins last quarter. While sales remain strong, inflation, theft and changing consumer habits could continue to slow growth. ***CLOSE I'm Meghan McCarty Carino with the Marketplace Minute.
Starr Edwards is the charismatic entrepreneur behind San Diego's Bitchin' Sauce. A foodie at heart, she initially planned on pursuing a career as a personal chef. Then, with a young family to feed, she infused her fun, fresh flavors into a host of Bitchin' Sauces. An immediate hit at the local farmers market, it wasn't long before they made their way to grocery shelves. Today they are in Costco, Sprouts, Whole Foods, Kroger and many more retail stores. Starr joins Justin to discuss this bitchin' brand!
The federal government grew following the Sept. 11 attacks, and a lot of money has been put toward the prevention of another attack. How much, you ask? It depends on where you look, and it gets a little murky when you do. President Biden’s decree that businesses with more than 100 employees must require workers to be vaccinated puts the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in the logistical spotlight. We speak with a former OSHA leader about it. Supermarket chain Kroger is hoping to keep growing by enlisting ghost kitchens, which are restaurants that only do delivery and takeout.
The federal government grew following the Sept. 11 attacks, and a lot of money has been put toward the prevention of another attack. How much, you ask? It depends on where you look, and it gets a little murky when you do. President Biden’s decree that businesses with more than 100 employees must require workers to be vaccinated puts the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in the logistical spotlight. We speak with a former OSHA leader about it. Supermarket chain Kroger is hoping to keep growing by enlisting ghost kitchens, which are restaurants that only do delivery and takeout.
Is the housing market cooling down? How about the jobs market?Professional sports teams are getting into the "crypto craze." Where could THAT go wrong??Why is Kroger's stock SOARING?"Keeping up with the Joneses" is usually a bad idea… but there's one way a little "peer pressure" can help your finances. The State of Ohio held $1 million lotteries to encourage people to get vaccinated… but did the game actually work?
(C/W: bullying, harassment, suicide) Evan Seyfried was a loving son, brother, friend, and a dedicated worker. For 19 years, with a virtually spotless record, Evan worked at a local Kroger grocery store in Milford, Ohio, where he eventually became the dairy department manager. From October 2020 to March 2021, however, Evan suffered a torturous litany of bullying, harassment, and sabotage, according to a lawsuit filed by the Seyfried family. As the lawsuit alleges, it was this treatment, which was the result of a "conspiracy" involving numerous actors, including management-level supervisors at the Milford store, that caused Evan to eventually suffer a "transient episodic break" and take his own life. In this episode, we talk with Evan's mother Linda, his father Ken, and his brother Eric about the beautiful person he was, the horrific treatment he endured, and the need to hold those who wronged him accountable Additional links/info below... Justice for Evan Facebook page, Twitter page, and Instagram National Workplace Bullying Coalition website, Facebook page, and Twitter page #NotMe App "Lawsuit: Kroger Manager Drove Employee To Suicide" (PDF) Julian Mark, The Washington Post, "Former Kroger Grocery Store Employee's Suicide Was a Result of ‘Torturous Conditions,' Lawsuit Says" Jessica Schmidt, Fox News 19, "Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed against Kroger, Company Employees after Former Manager Took His Own Life" Alex N. Press, Jacobin, "At Kroger and Amazon, Capital Is Going on the Offensive" Anonymous, VICE, "They Call Me a Hero Because I Work at Kroger, So Why Do I Feel Disposable?" Outro Music by Squire Tuck, "A Journey into the Great Unknown" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org)
Rachel is human lucky enough to live in Flagstaff, Arizona. She is a professional athlete, lover of running, Olympian, Georgetown Alum, SuperCoffee investor, and cheerleader of so many. In this episode we talked about: -listening to your heart -having a non traditional path to professional running post-college -taking days off to rejuvenate and recover -running for the love of it -liberating yourself from the outcome -the practice of keeping joy in the process -gratitude for the daily grind -slowing down and being still -disconnecting and turning inwards -investing in SuperCoffee -the evolution of brand-athlete partnerships -being more than “just an athlete” -Rachel's approach to social media -being good at running vs good at social media -the Olympic experience -calling Flagstaff home -the energy of people pursuing excellence -a community of growth -balancing a life outside of elite running -evolving success with authenticity and connectivity -sharing the journey and bringing others along for the ride This episode is brought to you by SuperCoffee. SuperCoffee is the healthy, delicious alternative to sugary coffee drinks. Their coffees contain zero sugar and many of them contain 10g of plant based protein. They're growing in popularity in the running community and I'm excited to share a special discount with you. They offer a 60 day money back guarantee, meaning if you don't love it, you get your money back. No questions asked. Grab 15% off online with the code FTLR or look for them nationwide in 25,000 stores like Target, Whole Foods, Walmart, Kroger and CVS. This episode is also brought to you by beam! As the days stay warm, a cool down routine in the evening becomes even more important. Did you know you can get a subscription to beam's dream powder? It's what I use most nights before bed to help with a refreshing night's sleep. When you subscribe, you'll get the dream blend with a bunch of perks like even better pricing, free shipping, a free mug, and a drink frother just for signing up. Dream helps me wind down at night and it's made with compounds like melatonin and magnesium that support a better night's sleep. Make sure to use code FTLR at checkout for an extra 15% off on top of the 20% discounted monthly rate!
Irina Shayk and Kanye West are OVER. According to a source (Shmim Shmarshmashian?) they had never even begun! So begins our episode... which is way more relationship-heavy than normal, but hey, sometimes Whos are splitting up and getting together and calling off their joint YouTube channels and getting engaged with horrifying photos and revealing their babies and pregnancies with spondon en masse and there's NOTHING we can do about it! In non-relationship news, the celebs were ALL at The Day of Indulgence, including one who literally shall not be named, and [SPOILER] hosted a two-day event called (this is not a joke) Kroger's Wellness Experience. Yes, that Kroger. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments and concerns, and we may play your call on a future episode. Support us and get a ton of bonus content over on Patreon.com/WhoWeekly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices