On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with LGBT issues, YSL RICO, the GOAT Kendrick Lamar album review, Streaming Loophole, and much much more… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door
Many functional and integrative clinicians practice medicine through the construct of finding the root cause of chronic complaints and disease management. What if there was a framework in place to help clinicians navigate a focus on health optimization? Dr. Scott Sherr has the answer. Along with Dr. Ted Achacoso, he founded Health Optimization Medicine and Practice (HOMe/HOPe), a non-profit education company offering CME accredited certification and ongoing educational modules to help clinicians detect and correct root causes of health – not disease. Today we discuss this paradigm shift with Dr. Scott Sherr and learn about the HOMe/HOPe philosophy. We also dive into hyperbaric oxygen therapy, one of Dr. Scott's many specialties. Today on The Lab Report: 3:20 Meet Dr. Scott Sherr and hear about his path to HOMe 12:45 Competing paradigms and creating a new framework 16:50 The HOMe/HOPe approach – ‘saluneotinoholobiontology' 22:35 Education and Practice Modules 26:20 Hyperbaric oxygen therapy 40:00 Lab testing in the HOMe/HOPe framework 49:25 The Fireball Additional Resources: HOMe/HOPe Dr. Scott Sherr - HBOT Subscribe, Rate, & Review The Lab Report Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode of The Lab Report, presented by Genova Diagnostics, with your hosts Michael Chapman and Patti Devers. If you enjoyed this episode, please hit the subscribe button and give us a rating or leave a review. Don't forget to visit our website, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Email Patti and Michael with your most interesting and pressing questions on functional medicine: email@example.com. And, be sure to share your favorite Lab Report episodes with your friends and colleagues on social media to help others learn more about Genova and all things related to functional medicine and specialty lab testing. Disclaimer: The content and information shared in The Lab Report is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in The Lab Report represent the opinions and views of Michael Chapman and Patti Devers and their guests. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you got your limited edition VFTB shirt featuring the triathlon of dental lab? Click here to get a Race For the Future 8.0 VFTB shirt raising money for The Foundation For Dental Technology featuring art by Mackenzie Mayer ORDER BEFORE MAY 28, 2022 (https://bonfire.com/race-for-the-future-80-vftb-shirt) Participate or Cheer on the racers in Chicago at the Race For the Future 8.0 August 28, 2022 (https://dentallabfoundation.org/news-events/race-for-the-future/) We are STILL bringing y'all amazing Texas size recordings from the DLAT conference from last April. This week doesn't disappoint as we had 3 amazing conversations with 3 amazing people. First up is Kevin Dillion, the National Sales Manager for the Lab division for Desktop Health (https://www.desktophealth.com/). Kevin talks about the printers, the resins, and why they bought some labs to help labs. Then we chat with the then president of the ORG (Orthodontic Resource Group) (https://orthodonticresource.com/), Lance Dowdle. Lance talks about what's going on in the Ortho industry and what the ORG is doing to bring even more professionalism to the profession. We wrap up the whole conference with Samantha Grayson, who is one of those inspiring and enthusiastic removable technicians that talks about the passion and desire to get on the board to give back. Whip Mix (https://whipmix.com/) is very excited to bring you the PRO 4K large format 3D printer from Asiga. It's ideal for printing any kind of model, dentures, splints, surgical guides, impression trays and more. The Asiga Pro 4K DLP printer (https://whipmix.com/products/asiga-pro-4k/) is priced at under $25,000, has a large build plate and is available in both 65µm and resolution versions. For information about the Asiga Pro 4K, visit www.whipmix.com. Did you know that most inLab MCX5 users that have ordered burs from Gro3X once, keep on ordering Gro3X burs over and over again? Because Gro3X (https://www.gro3x.com/) burs are engineered by some of the folks who have been providing burs to some of the largest US production labs for years. Did you also know, that most Roland and DGShape users have no idea what they are missing out? To give Roland and DGSHAPE users the opportunity to find out for themselves how good Gro3X burs work also for their machines, Gro3X is now offering a BUY 3, GET 2 BURS FREE special. This is exclusively for Voices From The Bench listeners. Simply go to the Gro3X website at gro3x.com (https://www.gro3x.com/) click on burs (https://www.gro3x.com/collections/mill), then select Roland & DGSHAPE. Add five burs of your choice to your cart, click on CHECK-OUT, enter discount code B3G2Burs and check out. Special Guests: Kevin Dillon, Lance Dowdle, and Samantha Grayson.
Adam Sachs, an award-winning culinary journalist and magazine editor, is the brains behind Silversea Cruises' S.A.L.T. (Sea and Land Taste) program. But prior to joining the cruise industry, Sachs graced the masthead of several magazines, from his first gig as a fact-checker for Conde Nast Traveler to his time at GQ and as Editor-in-Chief of Saveur, a food-focused entertainment and culinary travel magazine. Through his written work, he aims to celebrate the culture of the places he's visited — and the people he's met — through the lens of what's on a plate. In this episode of Humans of Travel, the three-time James Beard award-winning writer reflects on his early career as a foodie journalist and some of the most meaningful stories he's written, from an around-the-world trip on a single airline ticket to a New Zealand escapade planned completely by the Kiwis he met along the way. Listeners will also hear Sachs' take on how the food media landscape has changed, and what he predicts for the future of travel and food journalism. And finally, Sachs dives into the ins and outs of Silversea's new S.A.L.T. program, an onboard and onshore deep dive into the culinary culture of a sailing's ports of call. Note: This episode is sponsored by Windstar Cruises. INSIDE THIS EPISODE 01:00 Meet award-winning culinary journalist, Adam Sachs 04:00: Sachs details his early life in Louisville, Ky. and a childhood that didn't include food experimentation. 06:50: Two English teachers helped Sachs develop his love of writing in high school. 14:30: Sachs moves to New York, and his first magazine job was with Conde Nast Traveler as a fact-checker. 16:50: Sachs shares a behind-the-scenes look at two past stories he's written: An around-the-world trip on a single airline ticket, and a trip to New Zealand. 21:50: Sachs reflects on how the food media landscape has changed over the years, and what the future might look like for food and travel journalism. 29:55: Sachs gives listeners a deep-dive on Silversea's new S.A.L.T. project and its components: S.A.L.T. Lab, S.A.L.T. Bar and S.A.L.T. Experiences. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Silversea Cruises' S.A.L.T. Program ABOUT YOUR HOST Emma Weissmann is the Digital Managing Editor of TravelAge West, a print and online magazine for travel advisors based in the Western U.S. She is also the co-host of Trade Secrets, a podcast created with sister publication Travel Weekly. TravelAge West also produces national trade publications Explorer and Family Getaways, as well as events including the Future Leaders in Travel Retreat, Global Travel Marketplace West, the WAVE Awards gala and the Napa Valley Leadership Forum. ABOUT THE SHOW TravelAge West's podcast, “Humans of Travel,” features conversations with exceptional people who have compelling stories to tell. Listeners will hear from the travel industry's notable authorities, high-profile executives, travel advisors and rising stars as they share the experiences — the highs and the lows — that make them human. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr Howard Weiner has been evaluating neuroinflammatory diseases for over forty years now. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is his main target, but in the show today, you'll hear how comparing the causes and courses of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), and glioblastoma can tremendously deepen our insight into all of these neuroinflammatory conditions together. Dr Weiner is a story-teller (and film maker! ‘What is Life? The Movie”) who starts with a description of the four types of cells that make the brain into the brain: neurons, oligodendrocytes, astrocytes, and microglia. Then it's on to the details: MS is white blood cells entering the brain triggering inflammation, while abnormal protein accumulation is the hallmark for Alzheimer's (amyloid & Tau proteins), Parkinson's (alpha-synuclein in the dopaminergic areas), and ALS (TP protein and others). As we wind our way through the immune system, Dr Weiner shares their surprise at finding MS has a pathologic B-cell component. Antibody-oriented diseases can be addressed with what's called monoclonal antibody drugs, many of which are used for MS therapy (and 1000's of other ‘mab' drugs for other autoimmune diseases). We then turn to the concept of using vaccines for autoimmune conditions. By priming the immune system, we can change the way it reacts to threat & inflammation- these are being considered for both Alzheimer's (Protollin from bacteria) & MS (stimulates T cells to dampen microglial activity). This is followed with discussion about the links between the brain & the gut/ microbiome and the gut/brain axis impact on neurological disease. He notes even certain cancer therapies that work better or worse dependent on the microbiome. He lays out the challenges of large-scale trials which often don't yield game-changing success stories but can still be of great value on the secondary analysis to tease apart the patients that did gain benefit to then work backwards judging if other similar sub-set patients could be served by said intervention. This serves for some of the upcoming potential treatments in current trials including aspects of xenon gas, 40Hz flickering light for Alzheimer's (https://www.alz.life/), ibudilast, inhaled cromolyn to control microglial inflammation, and/or stem cell injections into the spinal cord. Dr Weiner ends by recognizing the frustration and fear that these neuroinflammatory conditions can inspire, but emphasizes the importance of having hope and the incredible gains we've made, which will continue, especially in treating MS, over the past 40+ years. Resources: · Dr Weiner's Lab website: https://weinerlab.bwh.harvard.edu/?page_id=154 · Book: “The Brain Under Siege, solving the mystery of brain disease, and how scientists are following the clues to a cure” by Dr Howard Weiner, MD (2021) · Book: Curing MS: How Science is Solving the Mystery of Multiple sclerosis (2005) · Movie: What is Life- the Move: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxUFD1UsCpc
I got a chance to sit down with Austin Hull from “Make Pop Music.” Austin is a music producer, songwriter, and artist based out of Orlando, Florida, and runs the company "Make Pop Music," which has an incredible following on both Facebook and YouTube. In the past five years of being a producer, Austin has worked on over 1000 tracks for artists across the world and grown his YouTube channel to over 135,000 Subscribers. Hit content is top shelf, all killer, no filler, and he's been an incredible role model for the producer community. If you're a fan of what we do here at P.LAB, I think you're really going to like this. You can find Make Pop Music here: https://www.makepopmusic.com/ IG @makepopmusic Want to learn HOW to produce your own music? Check out this freebie!
This week, we bring you two stories about little guys trying to do big big things. First, self-proclaimed animal grinch producer Becca Bressler introduces us to perhaps the one creature that has warmed her heart: a cricket. And more specifically, a male cricket. This is a tale about a tiny Romeo insect trying to find a mate, and the ingenious lengths he'll go to have his beckoning heard. And second, producer Annie McEwen journeys through perhaps the zaniest game of football that has ever been played. When a ragtag group of players take on the top team, will it be an underdog tale for the ages or an absolute disaster? Special thanks to Stephen Spann and Joshua Baxter at the Doris and Harry Vice University Library at Cumberland University as well as Alison Reynolds at Georgia Tech Library. Thanks also to Rick Bell, and to Scott Larson who wrote a book all about this game called Cumberland: The True Story of the Highest Scoring Football Game in History. And finally, thanks so much to our tape syncer Ambriehl Crutchfield for her help with this episode. If you're still interested in learning more about this epic football game, be sure to check out this brilliant and hilarious video by sportswriter Jon Bois. Support Radiolab by becoming a member of The Lab today. Radiolab is on YouTube! Catch up with new episodes and hear classics from our archive. Plus, find other cool things we did in the past — like miniseries, music videos, short films and animations, behind-the-scenes features, Radiolab live shows, and more. Take a look, explore and subscribe!
Réalisatrice, scénariste et écrivaine, Cristina Comencini naît en 1956 à Rome et fréquente le lycée français. Elle fait ses débuts avec son père Luigi Comencini avant de réaliser ses propres films. «La Bête dans le cœur», adapté de l'un de ses livres, est nommé aux Oscars en 2006. Son premier roman en 1991, «Les pages arrachées» marque le début de sa carrière littéraire. Après «Quatre amours» (prix Marco Polo Venise 2020), «L'autre femme» est son dixième roman à paraître en France. Traduit de l'italien par Béatrice Robert-Boissier. "Elena a vingt-cinq ans, un petit appartement et un chat. Pietro a plus du double de son âge, une ex-femme et trois enfants. Pourtant ils se sont choisis, et ont décidé de vivre leur relation en tenant à distance les blessures de leurs vies d'avant : ils font l'amour avec l'ardeur de ceux qui se découvrent pour la première fois, se nourrissent de caïpirinhas et d'houmous, se concentrent sur l'ivresse du quotidien. Jusqu'au jour où Maria, l'ex-épouse de Pietro, contacte Elena sur Facebook en se dissimulant derrière une fausse identité. Peu à peu, les deux femmes se mettent à s'écrire régulièrement et à se confier l'une à l'autre. Maria parle de sa vie d'avant, de son ex-mari, et de son douloureux divorce sans qu'Elena ne se doute un seul instant que le fameux ex-mari n'est autre que Pietro. Elle-même évoque volontiers son histoire familiale compliquée et son quotidien avec ce dernier. Lorsque Maria décide enfin de rencontrer Elena et de lui dévoiler son stratagème, la jeune femme est bouleversée. Les révélations de Maria sur le Pietro « d'avant » font leur chemin et viennent peu à peu empoisonner leur relation. Cristina Comencini, de son écriture à la fois tranchante et intime, dépoussière le thème classique du trio amoureux et nous projette au cœur des problématiques du couple à l'ère contemporaine." (Présentation des éditions Stock)
Cet épisode vous apportera de la force ! Il ne s'agit pas ici de vous inciter à faire un choix plutôt qu'un autre. Chaque endométriose est différente et on ne peut pas établir de vérité générale en se basant sur un cas précis, une histoire particulière. En revanche on peut intégrer le processus, trouver de la force, et s'inspirer pour prendre sa décision. En produisant cet épisode, je me suis rendue compte que la notion de choix était extrêmement présente dans notre chemin et dans notre parcours de la maladie. Les choix s'enchainent. Et je ne vous parle pas de petits choix du quotidien mais de choix Cornéliens, qui tiraillent et opposent à l'intérieur de nous même des polarités contradictoires, de la peur, de la colère, des idéaux, des projets et une envie profonde d'aller mieux ! J'aime l'energie d'Aurélie et j'espère qu'elle vous aidera à cheminer.Voici le lien du site du Lab de l'Endo pour aller découvrir leurs solutions pour lutter contre les symtômes d'endométriose : https://www.lelabdelendo.com/Voici le lien du site de l'association StopVOG à qui vous pouvez envoyer vos témoignages de violences gynécologiques si vous êtes victime ou. témoin : http://stop-vog.fr/Et n'oubliez pas ! PARLONS D'ENDO ! Tiphaine
Welcome back to In the Lab with Hoopsology! Tonight we're discussing Round 2 and the great match-ups we've seen. New rivalries and stars are being built in the NBA. Also, is James Harden finished? Thank you for tuning in and supporting the show! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoopsology/support
For this episode, we had the pleasure of chatting with Randall Rothenberg, Executive Chair at IAB, and Chris Bruderle, Vice President of Research & Analytics at IAB, about the insights on social commerce from their brilliant annual Brand Disruption report. Together with your host Ryan Miller, we discussed the rise of direct brands and storeless commerce, how social media has become the new TV, the role of micro- and nano-influencers in social commerce, and the best practices for brands to tap into social commerce. If you're a brand looking to understand how shopper behavior is shifting in the age of social commerce, this episode is a can't-miss!You can find Randall on Twitter @r2rothenberg and on LinkedIn, and Chris on LinkedIn. You can find the Lab on Twitter @ipglab and on Medium for our latest insights. Click here to listen and subscribe! If you enjoyed the episode, please consider giving us a five-star review on Apple Podcast. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dr. Adriana Humanes is a coral reef scientist from Venezuela. She completed her Ph.D. in Australia, and now is pursuing a postdoc with the @Coralassist_Lab through Newcastle University in the UK….I met her on the ship to Antarctica in 2018.For the last four years Adriana, and her colleagues have conducted field work in Palau, which is an archipelago of more than 300 islands situated in the Pacific Ocean between Indonesia and the Philippines.As Adriana explains, coral reefs are facing and unprecedented decline due to marine heatwaves, and also because of mass coral bleaching events. In the last decade, there have been five large scale coral bleaching and mortality events which have affected hundreds of reefs around the world.During the last massive bleaching event, on the Great Barrier Reef of Australia, almost half of the coral cover lost. Over the last 30 years, worldwide, coral cover has decreased by an alarming 20 per cent.The research at the Coralassist lab (as well as Adriana's) focuses on testing the feasibility of assisting evolution by identifying coral colonies that have a high tolerance to heat stress, and then, sexually breeding them. The goal is to create next generation corals that have inherited heat tolerance from their parents.Adriana first went to Palau in 2018, which was not long after I met her, in Antarctica. Although the pandemic has restricted her ability to travel there to continue her onw field research, by coincidence, one lone Ph.D student working with the Coralassist lab flew to Palau on March 7, 2020 … which turned out to be a long stay for her, 18 months, to be exact, where she became the lone student there tasked with keeping the Lab research project going.Adriana and her colleagues hope to returned this year, for their final leg of field research...after being away for years. And good news! They found corals spawning! Hopefully this is one more step towards the goal to use these sexually produced corals to help increase their future resilience, and hopefully even restore some vreefs that have been damaged or degraded from heat waves. Who knows, maybe they could even restore some reefs that have endured massive bleaching events, which are predicted to be more frequent in future climate change scenarios.Only science will tell.This episode was brought to you by the newsletter Audio Love, where I share unforgettable stories, with sound and word. To subscribe, go here:https://bit.ly/Audio-love
William Morice II, M.D., Ph.D., chair of the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic and president of Mayo Clinic Laboratories, joins the "Answers From the Lab" podcast for a leadership update with Bobbi Pritt, M.D. This week, Dr. Morice and Dr. Pritt talk about the importance of collaboration between laboratory professionals and other members of the patient care team, and they discuss the crucial role lab medicine plays in the clinical practice.
We are excited to bring you a new podcast series, Choreographers in Conversation. This series will allow choreographers to interview other choreographers whose work excites them as a way to learn more about their craft and preserve the stories of these exciting artists in our industry. In this episode to kick off the series, Dan Knechtges interviews Twyla Tharp. The two cover everything from Twyla's legendary work including MOVIN' OUT to her book THE CREATIVE HABIT and discuss how the legacy of her craft lives on. Learn more about Twyla Tharp at the Twyla Tharp Dance Foundation website. Twyla Tharp: Since graduating from Barnard College in 1963, Ms. Tharp has choreographed more than one hundred sixty works: one hundred twenty-nine dances, twelve television specials, six Hollywood movies, four full-length ballets, four Broadway shows and two figure skating routines, she has also written 4 books. She received one Tony Award, two Emmy Awards, 20 honorary doctorates, the Vietnam Veterans of America President's Award, the 2004 National Medal of the Arts, the 2008 Jerome Robbins Prize, and a 2008 Kennedy Center Honor. Her many grants include the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Fellowship. She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, and an Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Learn more about Twyla Tharp and her legacy through her foundation website. Dan Knechtges: Broadway – Lysistrata Jones (Direction & Choreography), Xanadu (directed by Chris Ashley, Tony nomination, Drama Desk nomination), Sondheim on Sondheim (directed by James Lapine), 110 in The Shade (starring Audra McDonald) and The 25th Annual Putnum County Spelling Bee (directed by James Lapine.) Off-Broadway – TAIL! SPIN! (starring Rachel Dratch), The 25th Annual Putnum County Spelling Bee at Second Stage, which earned him a Lucille Lortel Award nomination, Merrily We Roll Along for Encores! at City Center (directed by James Lapine), Vanities at Second Stage and Lysistrata Jones for the Transport Group, My Favorite Year (York Theater). International credits include Der Schuh Das Manitu (Berlin, Germany). Regional theatres include – The MUNY, Goodspeed, Dallas Theatre Center, La Jolla Playhouse, Papermill Playhouse, Trinity Rep, Pioneer Theatre, Great Lakes Theatre Festival, Baltimore Centerstage, Theatreworks Palo Alto, Hangar Theatre. Indianapolis Opera, Opera Illinois, Surflight Theatre. TV/Film credits include Palindromes, Dark Horse and White Collar, and the 2011 TV Land Awards with Liza Minnelli. Dan also choreographed FatboySlim's #1 music video “It's a Wonderful Night.” Dan is a member of the Lincoln Center Director's Lab and holds a BFA in theatre from Otterbein College.
In October 2020, the University of Vermont Medical (UVM) Center fell victim to a cyberattack, and the leadership team intentionally shut down their system to prevent patient information from escaping the network. UVM Health was offline for 25 days. On this episode of Inside the Lab, our hosts, Ms. Kelly Swails and Mr. Mark Moen, are joined by Dr. Toby Cornish, MD, PhD, Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Pathology Informatics at the University of Colorado and Associate Editor for Informatics for AJCP; Dr. Andrew Goodwin, MD, FCAP, Medical Director for the Hemostasis and Thrombosis Laboratory and Vice Chair for Quality and Clinical Affairs; Dr. Christi Wojewoda, MD, FCAP, Clinical Microbiology Laboratory Director and Vice Chair for Education in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine; and Dr. Anne Stowman, MD, Dermatopathologist and Director of Surgical Pathology Operations, to discuss the ransomware attack. Our panelists explain when they realized there was a significant issue with their system and what radical workflow changes they initiated to deal with being offline for 25 days. They describe the challenges particular to different departments at UVM and what their teams did to overcome them. Listen in to learn what YOU can do to prepare for a potential ransomware attack in your lab. Topics Covered · When UVM realized there was a significant problem with their system and the leadership team's initial response · Why the cyberattack only affected UVM's primary medical center and not its entire health network · The radical workflow changes UVM labs instituted during downtime and the support they received from other departments· What the UVM labs did to reduce the volume of specimens coming into the lab · The challenge UVM pathologists and laboratory professionals faced in delivering test results manually · How the experience in the clinical lab differed from that of the anatomic pathology department· The particular challenges faced in the microbiology and transfusion medicine labs at UVM during downtime· What alternative technologies the UVM labs leveraged to continue operating during downtime· Advice to pathologists and lab professionals on preparing for a cyberattackConnect with ASCPASCPASCP on Twitter Connect with Dr. CornishDr. Cornish on Twitter Dr. Cornish on LinkedIn Connect with Dr. GoodwinDr. Goodwin at the University of Vermont Connect with Dr. Wojewoda Dr. Wojewoda on Twitter Dr. Wojewoda on LinkedInConnect with Dr. Stowman Dr. Stowman on LinkedIn Connect with Ms. Swails & Mr. MoenMs. Swails on Twitter Mr. Moen on LinkedInResources Inside the Lab in the ASCP Store
SKATCAST with the Script Keeper #18 is here! If you've ingested all the previous 17 doses, you've probably had too much!Today's Bullshit:[Inside My Mind | 2:57 ] What does it sound like inside the Script Keeper's head when his dumb brain is confronted with a public bathroom?[SKATCAST Nurse Fairy Rhymes | 4:40 ] "The Boger Beast" - A happy little tale about having a good attitude and a monster.[Ambling Through Religious History | 10:26 ] "The Garden of Eden" - You know the story. This time it's told by the cast of SKATCAST.[Liam the Monster Hunter | 21:08 ] "Liam's Odd-As-Fuck-A-Sea 4" - Will this dumb story-line about getting the Werlin to Wizard Island have it's resolution? Probably, but it won't be satisfying. [The Adventures of Gunner Halifax | 31:33 ] "Dr. Shmogi's Death Ray" - For the first time, we get a glimpse into Dr. Shmogi's Lab. He's been up to some stuff.Visit us for more episodes of SKATCAST and other shows like SKATCAST presents The Dave & Angus Show plus BONUS material at https://www.skatcast.com Watch select shows and shorts on YouTube: bit.ly/34kxCneJoin the conversation on Discord! https://discord.gg/YmDG4gF8agFor all show related questions: firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow SKATCAST on social media!! Instagram: @theescriptkeeper Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scriptkeepersATWanna become a Patron and hang in the SKATCAST Litterbox? Click here: https://www.patreon.com/SkatcastSign up through Patreon and you'll get Exclusive Content, Behind The Scenes video, special downloads and more! Prefer to leave us a tip instead? You can do that through our PayPal: https://paypal.me/skatcastpodcast Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.