Global elites lick their chops with the intent to hobble Bitcoin through draconian regulation - but is it too late? The WEF, ECB, RBI and others continue sharpening their knives while pushing CBDCs. This and more on today's show!
Welcome to the Celestial Insights Podcast, the show that brings the stars down to Earth! Each week, astrologer, coach, and intuitive Celeste Brooks of Astrology by Celeste will be your guide. Join Celeste for the Aquarius New Moon Workshop! Book a private astrology reading or horary consultation. Download Celeste's free guide to help understand the transiting Moon! Here's Celeste's Amazon storefront, with recommended books and oracle decks! Follow Astrology by Celeste on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, and Yelp. ***** Astrology highlights for the week of January 15, 2023: 00:51 – Announcement: Join Celeste for a fun and interactive Aquarius New Moon Workshop! 02:26 – This week's theme is: Penetrating Vision! The week's three big things are: First, Mercury stations direct at 8 Capricorn on Wednesday! It's stationing on fixed star Facies, which, according to Astrology King, is associated with warlike skill and danger to the eyes. Take extra care of your eyes this week! In horary astrology, Facies is associated with eyesight as well. It can also be about having a penetrating vision, and an intense and probing nature. How can you focus on what you want to bring forward? Also, Mercury is stationing in a quincunx to Mars, which can feel like an irritant. How can you release a thought process or way of thinking to help move you forward? A Yod or "finger of God" is also present, as Mercury sextiles the South Node in Scorpio. Will we see big news related to this Yod? 07:13 – Second, the Sun will have its annual conjunction with Pluto. Think: intensity and deep waters. (Lend your ears to Episode 36, "The US Pluto Return & Mercury Retrograde: Surprise!," to hear more about Pluto.) The Sun puts a spotlight on things, and Pluto breaks things down – it rules death and rebirth. This transit could be significant for the US, as Mars is on our natal Uranus. Will we see power struggles or some news of aggression? Remember to breathe and ground yourself if you feel out of sorts. 10:52 – Third, the Sun enters Aquarius on Friday, and we have an Aquarius New Moon on Saturday! Aquarius is symbolized by the water bearer but is an air sign. (The water represents the water of knowledge.) Aquarius rules over the collective and is future-focused. Saturn rules it in traditional astrology and Uranus in modern astrology. It's also the sign of our hopes and dreams. What's your bigger vision? How can you step back and have a higher view of things? 13:26 – On Sunday, the theme is PASSION. What lights you up? The Moon enters Scorpio at 4:08 am PT. 14:23 – On Monday, the word of the day is ADJUSTMENTS. Be flexible and release entrenched positions. 16:44 – Tuesday's focus is BENDING. Be like a willow tree, bend but do not break. The Moon enters Sagittarius at 9:32 am PT. 17:54 – On Wednesday, the word is REBIRTH. Things you thought were dead may have a second life. The Balsamic Moon at 13 Sagittarius is at 7:55 am PT. 18:58 – On Thursday, the theme is SERENDIPITY. Luck and opportunity meet! The Moon enters Capricorn at 11:11 am PT. 19:55 – On Friday, the emphasis is PERSPECTIVE. Put on your observer's cap. The Sun enters Aquarius at 12:29 am PT. 21:26 – On Saturday, the word is BEGINNINGS. The Moon enters Aquarius at 10:28 am PT. The New Moon is at 12:53 pm at 1 Aquarius. 22:36 – Thanks for listening to Celestial Insights! To support the podcast and help others find the show, please follow or subscribe wherever you listen, rate it five stars, or write a lovely review! And let Celeste know if you have any "astrology in action" stories at Celeste@astrologybyceleste.com! See you next week!
New El Salvador law passed, allowing for Bitcoin Volcano bonds to be created while simultaneously labeling altcoins as securities. Nigeria declares war on cash, Silbert accused of fraud and MUCH MORE on today's show!
In this episode of 10,000 Pitches, Jeremy and Dominic discuss the latest news and storylines in Minnesota Soccer.Minnesota United players report to Blaine for preseason trainingLoons officially sign draft-pick Ryen Jiba in historic transfer with Union OmahaRumors and reports of MNUFC's interest in multiple South Korean strikersMinnesota Aurora staying at TCOLocal youth clubs begin announcements for USA CupLower league signingsTop 4: Christian Ramirez, Gareth Bale, Scott Wilson, more!--Support-Get the most consistent, dedicated Minnesota soccer coverage at SotaSoccer.com!-Lend your support to Sota Soccer and get some great early access/bonus content in the process by becoming a Supporter or SuperSub at patreon.com/sotasoccerSponsors-Check out StimulusAthletic.com for athleisure wear and to outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices from Stimulus Athletic!
What are friends for? Lending money, right? In this lesson, learn how to extract as much money as possible from your good, generous friend. (You'll pay him back, of course.) Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/1984
Food banks and food pantries are top of mind as we focus on supporting our partners in the DC, MD, DE and VA areas who have high needs during this season. Learn more about our round up at the register campaign which supports area food banks from Dan Wolk, Giant Community Affairs, and Cathy Kanefsky, President and CEO of the Delaware Food Bank, one of our round-up the beneficiaries. Show Notes: Giant is dedicated to fighting against hunger and food insecurity, donating $980,000 from the Giant Family Foundation and over four million pounds of food donations. In 2020, Giant's Lend a Hand for Hunger program raised $1.1 million since 2020 on behalf of customers to support local Feeding America food bank partners aiding those in need in the region—Capital Area Food Bank, Maryland Food Bank, Food Bank of Delaware, Blue Ridge Area Food Bank, and Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank. Food Bank of Delaware (fbd.org) Feeding America Giant Food: Fighting Hunger
In Luke 11:14-23, Jesus answers a muttering in relation to his casting out a demon, and thereby allowing a man who was mute to speak, that he was casting out demons by the prince of demons. This is a significant passage in several ways. For starters, the fact of maligning the character and motivations of Jesus, by wild speculation that he is in league with evil, is an exceedingly wicked way to respond, instead of celebration and worship, to the Son of God making a man free and whole again who had been oppressed to that point. Another interesting thing is that this passage is what Abraham Lincoln famously referenced as president, in relation to the Civil War, as the Union and Confederacy squared off, over the issues of slavery and the rights of individual states to permit or regulate the institution as they saw fit, whatever the federal government had to say. "Every kingdom divided against itself is laid waste, and a divided household falls." I note that nowhere has it been argued, at least in my hearing, that Lincoln was taking this passage out of context, or applying it inappropriately, to the national situation. On the contrary, 'Honest Abe' is universally lauded for applying the principle inherent to what Jesus asserted. But other principles can be mined for meaningful application, including, again, to national politics from how Jesus answered the charge, that the source of his power was Beelzebul. For instance, what Jesus says about a strong man guarding his home has relevance for securing national borders. "When a strong man, fully armed, guards his own palace, his goods are safe; but when one stronger than he attacks him and overcomes him, he takes away his armor in which he trusted and divides his spoil." Friends, Romans, countrymen. Lend me your ears. This passage can teach us much about the self-evident appropriateness of defense against plunderers, when it is in our power to provide for such, as well as the consequences of not. That is, if you are not a strong man who guards your palace, you will be disarmed and despoiled by a stronger who desires your goods for themselves. Moreover, this is part of the reason why a house divided against itself cannot stand, since such a case might see a conspiracy form to ally with the stronger man who comes from outside to plunder. This, to my way of thinking, is a fair summation of President Joe Biden's treatment of security failures, which his administration has deliberately and consistently caused, on the border between the United States and Mexico. To those who would say that it is not loving for a Christian to argue for border security, I rejoin that it is not unloving for a husband and father to secure his house against lawless men. Nor either is it unloving for a national government to secure the borders. While honorable men might want to come to our country, and that to provide for and protect their own families better here than where they came from, the exact reasons which commendably motivate those men must also make them understand that the people they are trying to protect their households from in their native lands must not be let in here, or else there will be no advantage to either them or us. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support
RUNDOWN Before getting to any business, Mitch issues a cease and desist about listeners sending their Uber rider scores before reading an email from an angry Patron! Then, Mitch and Scott recap the final week of the regular season which resulted in a mediocre Seahawks team moving on to the postseason before discussing the Damar Hamlin incident last week. A four-pack of featured guests are cardiologist Dr. John Osborne, Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Joe Fann, and Hillsboro resident Bruce Campbell. Topics in the “Other Stuff” segment include Dick Vitale accidentally tweeting about an old game, college football players writing expletives on his fingers, and Jeremy Renner fighting for his life after getting run over by a snow plow. GUESTS Dr. John Osborne | Cardiologist Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet Bruce Campbell | Oregon resident TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Mitch gets it...he is the worst rider in the history of Uber...please stop sending your scores! 7:12 | Mitch reveals the final results for Beat the Boys presented by Fireside Home Solutions. 19:03 | How in the world did this Seahawks team make the playoffs and how did the 2023 draft status shake out? 36:12 | Did it make you feel uneasy watching football over the weekend after the Damar Hamlin situation last Monday? 48:00 | GUEST: Dr. John Osborne is back to provide his expert opinion on the heart conditions of Damar Hamlin, Grant Wahl, and Mike Leach and shares helpful tips for adults. 1:15:38 | GUESTS: Brady & Joe are back for the final Seahawks No-Table of the regular season as Seattle finds itself playing on wildcard weekend. 1:45:24 | GUEST: Bruce Campbell of Hillsboro, Oregon describes how he ended up living in a Boeing 727 in the middle of the forest. 2:08:36 | “Other Stuff” topics on today's show include Dick Vitale making a Twitter mistake, Heisman trophy winner Caleb Williams writing expletives on his fingernails, and Jeremy Renner's snow plow incident.
Family members and Peachtree Corners officials are mourning the death of Debbie Mason, the wife of Mayor Mike Mason who took pride in being the "First Lady" of the city. The city announced her death on Thursday. In a Facebook post, her son, Nick, said she had been battling cancer for awhile. City officials said Debbie Mason "represented the best of Peachtree Corners." She played a key role in the creation of Peachtree Corners as the campaign chairwoman for the Peachtree Corners YES Campaign. She also served on the United Peachtree Corners Civic Association's Board of Directors. State Rep. Scott Hilton, who is a former president of the United Peachtree Corners Civic Association, called Mason a "pillar of our community." He said she was also involved in the annual Peachtree Corners festival and played an active role efforts to improve the aesthetics around the city in addition to her efforts to help get the city created. On her Facebook page, Mason identified herself as the "first First Lady of Peachtree Corners." In fact, she is the only first lady that Peachtree Corners has ever had in the 10 years since it became a city. Gov. Brian Kemp and his wife, Georgia First Lady Marty Kemp, and their daughters expressed their sympathies for the Mason family on Thursday as well. “The community theatre scene in metro Atlanta is a true community,” said Brandi Kilgore of Norcross' Lionheart Theatre. “Our theatres are constantly borrowing costumes, set pieces, and props from each other for our respective productions.” It makes sense, then, that Lionheart has offered their stage for a unique “Ten Minute Community Theatre Play Festival” which runs Jan. 13-22. The Festival will be the first production of Lionheart's 2023 season, and it promises to be a fast-paced event that will introduce theatre-goers to new artists from across the Atlanta area. Performances will be on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and on Sundays at 2 p.m. All performances are at Lionheart Theatre, located at 10 College Street in Norcross. The scripts that will be performed come from a group called Merely Writers which is sponsored by Merely Players Presents, a group that gathers to hear works in development read aloud by actors. During this process, writers can hear their own words and get feedback. Lionheart Theatre Company will present “Dead Giveaway” by Daniel Guyton and “Wedding Reception Rewards Program” by Peter Dakutis. Live Arts Theatre is also a Gwinnett nonprofit arts organization. The group will perform “Bump in the Night” by John Mabey and “Speed Dating” by Nedra Roberts. Main Street Theatre hails from Tucker. The group will present “Accusations” by Steven D. Miller and “Pre-Need” by David Davis. Merely Players Presents is located in Doraville. Their two plays are “Roughing It” by Judy Klass and “Broken Hearts” by Karen Ruetz. Onstage Atlanta is located in Scottsdale. The group will perform “The Wedding Night Tweets” by Daniel Guyton. The stage manager for the festival is Janet Conant. This nine-play collection was selected to be a combination of dramas and comedies. Scripts were divided up among the five theater companies, and each theater is responsible for casting its plays and each play's direction. Gatorade announced Friday morning that Mill Creek standout Caleb Downs is the 2022-23 Gatorade Georgia Football Player of the Year. Downs, who begins classes at Alabama this month, is the first Gatorade Georgia Football Player of the Year to be chosen from Mill Creek High School. The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the field, distinguishes Downs as Georgia's best high school football player. Now a finalist for the prestigious Gatorade National Football Player of the Year award to be announced in January, Downs joins an elite alumni association of state award-winners in 12 sports, including Trevor Lawrence (2018-19 & 2016-17, Cartersville High School), Matthew Stafford (2005-06, Highland Park High School, Texas) and Emmitt Smith (1986-87, Escambia High School, Fla.). The 6-foot, 195-pound senior safety and running back led the Hawks to a 14-1 record and the Class AAAAAAA state championship this past season. Downs recorded 76 tackles and made five interceptions, returning two of them for touchdowns. Downs also rushed for 390 yards and 20 scores, including three TDs in the Hawks' 70-35 win over Carrollton High School in the state final. Ranked as the nation's No. 13 recruit in the Class of 2023 by 247Sports.com, he also had 36 receptions for 422 yards and three scores. Downs has volunteered locally with Gen50, a faith-based peer leadership group, and as a youth football coach. He has also donated his time as a member of the Mill Creek High School football leadership council and as part of local food drives. A company that specializes in nuclear fuel cell technology and consulting solutions has signed a lease for an office in Peachtree Corners. Lincoln Property Company Southeast announced NAC International signed the lease for 23,000-square-feet of space at the 2 Sun office building in Technology Park Atlanta. The 98.040-square-foot 2 Sun building was recently renovated to add campus-wide Wi-Fi internet, food delivery service for tenants and an outdoor patio. Lincoln said the northeast Atlanta submarket has outperformed other submarkets in recent years and its 15.9% vacancy rate is the lowest among major areas in metro Atlanta. Looking for a fun way to start off the new year with your kids? The Children's Museum of Atlanta has you covered as it opens a new exhibit at the end of the month. “Splash and Bubbles: Dive In, Lend a Fin!” opens on Jan. 21. The exhibit is based on the popular PBS Kids TV show, “Splash and Bubbles,” a hit animated series that encourages children to explore ocean science and marine biology through character-driven comedy. The series is co-produced by The Jim Henson Company and Herschend Entertainment Studios. According to museum officials, the new exhibit builds on kids' connections to the characters and their habitats, immersing them in a larger-than-life marine environment and introducing them to the incredible world of ocean exploration. While exploring the early childhood STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) based exhibit, children will be encouraged to build both scientific inquiry and social-emotional skills as they learn how to protect the ocean and its ecosystems, museum officials said. Ocean conservation is a key message within the exhibit, encouraging families to understand that they can create “a small ripple to help our big ocean.” Featuring a variety of hands-on exhibit components, “Splash and Bubbles: Dive In, Lend a Fin!” invites children to discover a whole new world as they navigate an under-the-sea maze in a kelp forest, explore a sunken ship that has become an artificial reef, interact with puppet characters created by Jim Henson's Creature Shop and more. The Magic House, St. Louis Children's Museum served as the creative producers for the new exhibit, created in partnership with The Jim Henson Company and Herschend Enterprises. The exhibit is made possible thanks to generous support from Tim and Elizabeth Swank, Anna and Jim McKelvey and the Graybar Foundation. Local media sponsorship is provided by the Nine Network. The exhibit will be at Children's Museum of Atlanta through April 30 and is free with museum admission. For more information, go to: childrensmuseumatlanta.org. The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners was scheduled to appoint Commissioner Jasper Watkins III as its vice-chairman for 2023 on Tuesday. That was the way it was listed on the board's meeting agenda. Things changed during the meeting, however. When the item came up for a vote, Watkins instead nominated fellow Commissioner Ben Ku for the position. The commission then voted to affirm the choice. So, Ku will now serve as the second-in-command on the commission for the next 12 months. That means he will be the person who presides over meetings when Chairwoman Nicole Love Hendrickson is unavailable to do so. It's probably not too surprising that Watkins was not the person who ended up getting picked to serve as vice-chairman, however. The commission has traditionally rotated the vice-chairmanship between its members and Watkins was the vice-chairman in 2022. 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In this episode, we are joined by property investors, Ilse Wolfe from Opes Accelerate to discuss a case study of an investor who wasn't able to get the money from the bank to purchase an existing property to renovate. We discuss how they used a non-bank lender product through Catalyst Financial to borrow the money, even though they didn't initially have the deposit to do it.
Happy New Year! Joining us for the first episode of 2023 is Betsy Humphreys, Karen Volle and Karina Mancini, who will share their experience with the New Hampshire-Maine Leadership Education Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) and the New England Regional Genetics Network programs, and how they relate to genetics advocacy. Elizabeth Humphreys is the Director of the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Program at the University of New Hampshire, a graduate leadership training and workforce development program aimed at improving systems of care for children with special health care needs. Since 2010 she has secured nearly 11 million dollars to implement the program in collaboration with the University of Maine UCEDD and Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. She is a Research Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Special Education in the UNH Department of Education. Dr. Humphreys has worked extensively throughout early intervention settings since 1985 in collaboration with public education, Head Start, state partners and childcare programs with a focus on developmental monitoring and screening in infants and toddlers. Dr. Humphreys research integrates two research to practice areas: 1) evaluating the effectiveness and accessibility of evidence-based interventions and services for young children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families, and 2) examining leadership frameworks that establish and support cross-systems collaborations for health and early education professionals. She has also co-authored book chapters, as well as numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts and presentations.Karen Volle has been a Project Director with the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire since February 2008 . Directly before this position Karen worked as a research assistant with the Crimes Against Children Center at UNH. Karen has a strong background in human services, having directed a Juvenile Intake program for eighteen years prior to working at UNH. This experience spanned child welfare, the juvenile court system and social services, and helped Karen learn to look across systems as well as to manage day to day activities. She now uses those skills at the IOD. She received her BA in psychology from Coe CollegeKarina is a LEND trainee, student, genetics professional, and prospective genetic counseling student based in New Hampshire. She completed her undergraduate degree in Diagnostic Genetic Sciences with a concentration in Cytogenetics at UConn. After graduation, she worked for two years as a cytogenetic technologist for a diagnostic hospital lab. Karina has a passion for genetics education and advocacy. Currently, she is a student in the NH-ME LEND program working on furthering her experience with the disability community, and hopes to attend a Master's in Genetic Counseling program in the near future.In this episode we discuss:The mission of the LEND ProgramHow LEND helps people and families affected by neurodevelopmental disabilities Concepts and skills taught in LENDWho is eligible to participate in LENDThe LEND student experienceHow LEND prepares students for careers in genetic counselingUniversities that offer LEND and how students can get involvedTo learn more about LEND and how to get involved, check out their website. Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on January 13th, 2023! New episodes are released every Fridays. In the meantime, you can binge over 215 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. Episodes since 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. DNA Today is hosted and produced by Kira Dineen. Our social media lead is Corinne Merlino. Our video lead is Amanda Andreoli. Our outreach Intern is Sanya Tinaikar. Our Social Media Intern is Kajal Patel. And our Graphic Designer Ashlyn Enokian.See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNAToday.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNAtoday.com. As a listener of DNA Today, you probably heard me talk about NIPT, non-invasive prenatal screening, that looks for extra or missing chromosome conditions during pregnancy. But did you know there is one that can also screen for recessive disorders (like cystic fibrosis) and fetal antigens? BillionToOne offers UNITY Screen, which does all this from one blood draw from a pregnant person. Visit unityscreen.com for more info. And stay tuned for our upcoming episodes with BillionToOne exploring non-invasive prenatal screening for recessive conditions and red blood cell fetal antigens! (Sponsored) I don't know about you, but I am always looking for the next podcast to add to my queue. When I subscribe to a new one, I like letting you know. If you are thinking about going to grad school or are currently in grad school I recommend checking out my friend David's podcast, Papa PhD. I am a little biased, he had me as a guest back in May. The episode is titled, “Applying to Grad School in 2022 with Kira Dineen”. If you also speak French, he also does some episodes in French! I've enjoyed episodes about science communication, leadership, networking, science policy, public speaking skills, mentorship and more. Search “Papa PhD” in your podcast app to stream!
On this episode of Laugh, Lend & Eat, your host Fobby Naghmi has a very special guest, Dalila Ramos, the creator of the very popular "Taco Tuesday." Today we'll be discussing the importance of having a brand strategy. First, let's start by explaining what a brand strategy is. A brand strategy is a long-term plan to develop a successful brand to achieve specific goals. It includes the brand's mission, values, and positioning in the market. Now, let's get into the top reasons why a brand strategy is essential. A brand strategy helps to define your target audience and communicate your message to them. Understanding your audience can tailor your messaging and marketing efforts to reach and resonate with them effectively. A brand strategy helps to differentiate you from your competition. In a crowded market, it's important to stand out and be unique. A well-defined brand strategy helps you do just that by highlighting what makes your brand special and why customers should choose you over the competition. A brand strategy helps to build trust and credibility with your audience. By consistently communicating your values and mission, you can establish yourself as a trustworthy and reliable source in your industry. A brand strategy helps to guide decision-making within your company. It provides a clear direction and helps to ensure that all actions and decisions align with the goals and values of the brand. A brand strategy helps to increase brand recognition and customer loyalty. You can turn one-time customers into loyal brand advocates by consistently delivering on your brand promise and providing a great customer experience.
On this episode of 10,000 Pitches, Jeremy Rushing and Dominic Jose Bisogno break down the latest news and storylines in Minnesota Soccer.MNUFC standing pat?Minnesota Aurora GK Sarah Fuller announces retirementRochester FC announces coaching additionsTop 4: Long to LAFC, Toffee-Box, Resolutions--Support-Get the most consistent, dedicated Minnesota soccer coverage at SotaSoccer.com!-Lend your support to Sota Soccer and get some great early access/bonus content in the process by becoming a Supporter or SuperSub at patreon.com/sotasoccerSponsors-Check out StimulusAthletic.com for athleisure wear and to outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices from Stimulus Athletic!-Play pickup, reserve field time for yourself, or drink some amazing coffee at Ninth St. Soccer & Coffee! Just visit NinthStreetMpls.com or follow them @NinthStreetMpls-Looking to buy/sell a home in Minneapolis/St. Paul? Contact Nate Pentz and Pentz Homes at PentzHomes.com!
On this episode of 10,000 Pitches, Jeremy and Dominic break down the latest news and storylines in the world of Minnesota soccer!MNUFC drafts Ryen Jiba and Emmanuel Iwe(?) in SuperDraftLoic Mesanvi signs MNUFC2 contractMultiple Minneapolis City alumni drafted to MLS!Top 4: USL makes ref moves, Messi Museum, more--Support-Get the most consistent, dedicated Minnesota soccer coverage at SotaSoccer.com!-Lend your support to Sota Soccer and get some great early access/bonus content in the process by becoming a Supporter or SuperSub at patreon.com/sotasoccerSponsors-Check out StimulusAthletic.com for athleisure wear and to outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices from Stimulus Athletic!-Play pickup, reserve field time for yourself, or drink some amazing coffee at Ninth St. Soccer & Coffee! Just visit NinthStreetMpls.com or follow them @NinthStreetMpls-Looking to buy/sell a home in Minneapolis/St. Paul? Contact Nate Pentz and Pentz Homes at PentzHomes.com!
A little over a month has passed since the Mountaineer football team last took the field. It has been an interesting and note-filled few weeks following the win in Stillwater.Wes Uhler, Owen Schmitt, and Jed Drenning sit down and talk about the good and the bads from this past football season. Who were a few players that surprised them? Who were a few that disappointed them?What should we takeaway from this past season and apply it to next season?Follow ITG on Twitter: @InTheGunPodcastSubscribe to this fun-filled podcast wherever you find yours, including YouTube, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.Lend us your 'eer...
Almost every year, Mojo Studios releases a Christmas album. This year, it has produced 'A Christmas Offering' - songs sung by several Filipino journalists in Sydney aimed at raising funds for the family of a slain Philippine journalist. - Halos taon-taon naglalabas ng song album ang produksyon ng Mojo Studios at nitong 2022 binuo ang 'A Christmas Offering' - mga awiting handog ng ilang Pilipinong mamamahayag sa Sydney para sa pamilya ng isang napaslang na journalist sa Pilipinas.
Join a ridiculous number of Bitcoiners for a marathon Christmas Special - with rotating 30 minute panels on various topics of interest. Guests include: Rodolfo Novak, Stephan Livera, Max Keidun (HodlHodl), Matt Hill (Start9), John Stefanopoulos (Futurebit), Seedsigner, Adam O, Nico Moran (Simply Bitcoin), Steve Barbour, Alex Gladstein, Robert Breedlove, Lyn Alden, Tip, John Vallis, Michael Saylor, Samson Mow, Bernard Parah (Bitnob), Jack Mallers, Joe Hall, Jeff Booth, Obi (Fedi), Adam Back, Alyse Killeen, Mark Moss, Saifedean Ammous, Greg Zaj, Yellow, Sean Harris, Bitcoin Bekka, American Hodl and more!
“It's a Wonderful Life” (starring Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed) is a holiday classic, and one of the greatest movies of all time. It has also given us a cornucopia of myths and urban legends. Lend an ear as the Professor analyzes these stories, talks about how the movie was received when released in 1946, and highlights many overlooked supporting actors and plot devices in the film. And you'll learn why the Professor thinks he also has a “wonderful life”! Encore!
It's easy to bring emotions into investing and lending but this isn't good for you or your wallet in the long-term. Rob has created this episode to help you learn how to protect your money, some of these may not be popular but this is Rob's honest advice about whom you should lend your money to. KEY TAKEAWAYS Friends & Family: The assumed trust means that people will take advantage of you. To people who are bad with money: the risk is too high that they will lose your money too. Someone offering high returns or some kind of get-rich-quick scheme. Savings and bonds: don't lend your money to the government and central banks. Invest your money into assets instead. BEST MOMENTS “If you want to help your family, give them a loan and don't ask for it back” “People don't f*ck with banks but they do with friends and family” “It's costing you 10-12% a year just to save money” “Right now I don't think governments are secure at all” VALUABLE RESOURCES http://rob.team bit.ly/Robsupporter https://robmoore.com/podbooks ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK's No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob's official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode we highlight some of the available accessibility software that Ubuntu Mate has and how to use it. Accessibility software can help everyone to use a computer and use it to get things done. All without breaking the bank. Accessibility, also referenced as "Assistive Technology" or "Universal Access," is a key priority for Ubuntu MATE. When computer access is shared within a household or business and where individual needs differ, Ubuntu MATE is an excellent solution. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Welcome to Linux! Pt6 - Accessibility Software 02:47 Accessibility Software 05:46 Accessibility software is available for all Linux distributions 06:25 Examples here are from Ubuntu MATE 07:37 JAWS: A proprietary screen reader example from Windows 11:50 How expensive is it? 16:21 Lend us your expertise: Contact us to correct our misinterpretations 19:09 Definition: Accessibility software 22:08 Keyboard shortcuts and settings 26:07 Enable accessibility at the login screen 27:05 Orca screenreader 29:43 Onboard onscreen keyboard 31:39 Magnus screen magnifier 33:17 Additional settings in the Control Center 34:45 Open Dyslexic 36:26 Other settings 39:28 goinglinux.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, +1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe 40:41 End
Host: Darryl S. Chutka, M.D. [@chutkaMD] Guest: Sanjeev (Sanj) Kakar, M.D. [@sanjkakar] The hand and wrist are very complex parts of our anatomy and composed of multiple tendons, muscles, and nerves. The hand also contains over 30 bones. Hand or wrist complaints are some of the more common reasons patients come to their primary care provider, and at times, the cause can be quite elusive. We need to be able to accurately assess the patient's symptoms, diagnose the various disorders and determine which ones need to be referred for specialty care and which ones we can manage on our own. In this podcast, we'll discuss some of the most common hand and wrist disorders with Sanjeev Kakar, M.D., a hand specialist from the Department of Orthopedics at the Mayo Clinic. Connect with the Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
Com Messi melhor da Copa, Argentina vence uma das maiores finais de todos os tempos; Mbappé, maior artilheiro desde Ronaldo e outras marcas históricas. Confira no podcast Futebol no Mundo #189!
On this quick episode of 10,000 Pitches, Jeremy discusses new signings for MNUFC and the Gophers, the latest news on Mukwelle Akale and Caden Clark, and reflects on the life and career of Grant Wahl.--Support-Get the most consistent, dedicated Minnesota soccer coverage at SotaSoccer.com!-Lend your support to Sota Soccer and get some great early access/bonus content in the process by becoming a Supporter or SuperSub at patreon.com/sotasoccerSponsors-Check out StimulusAthletic.com for athleisure wear and to outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices from Stimulus Athletic!-Play pickup, reserve field time for yourself, or drink some amazing coffee at Ninth St. Soccer & Coffee! Just visit NinthStreetMpls.com or follow them @NinthStreetMpls-Looking to buy/sell a home in Minneapolis/St. Paul? Contact Nate Pentz and Pentz Homes at PentzHomes.com!
Mars Protocol is a DeFi product to come out of Delphi Labs. Jose Macedo and Larry Engineer explain what's on the roadmap for Mars. Hint: they're launching their own hub alongside multiple "outposts" on various Cosmos L1s like Osmosis to offer borrowing and lending of Cosmos assets across the Interchain. Mars protocol was previously deployed on Terra, but after Terra's collapse, Delphi looked to Osmosis to make as their next home.
On this week's episode of 10,000 Pitches, Jeremy and Dominic discuss the latest news and storylines in the world of Minnesota soccer.Minnesota Aurora hits the brakes on 2024 professional plans, smart move?Minnesota United signs GK Clint Irwin and DEF Zarek ValentinVlora and St. Croix announce women's teamsRumors regarding other local teams in new UPSL women's leagueTop 4: Mingo signings, mental health, more!--Support-Get the most consistent, dedicated Minnesota soccer coverage at SotaSoccer.com!-Lend your support to Sota Soccer and get some great early access/bonus content in the process by becoming a Supporter or SuperSub at patreon.com/sotasoccerSponsors-Check out StimulusAthletic.com for athleisure wear and to outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices from Stimulus Athletic!-Play pickup, reserve field time for yourself, or drink some amazing coffee at Ninth St. Soccer & Coffee! Just visit NinthStreetMpls.com or follow them @NinthStreetMpls-Looking to buy/sell a home in Minneapolis/St. Paul? Contact Nate Pentz and Pentz Homes at PentzHomes.com!
We're back! After a Thanksgiving break, Jeremy and Dominic return to discuss the latest news and headlines in the world of Minnesota soccer.MNUFC roster decisions and free agentsThe Tyler Miller saga concludesMNUFC2 Tryouts upcomingBemidji women and St. Olaf men advance to national quarterfinalsVlora announces new 17+ women's teamMore!--Support-Get the most consistent, dedicated Minnesota soccer coverage at SotaSoccer.com!-Lend your support to Sota Soccer and get some great early access/bonus content in the process by becoming a Supporter or SuperSub at patreon.com/sotasoccerSponsors-Check out StimulusAthletic.com for athleisure wear and to outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices from Stimulus Athletic!-Play pickup, reserve field time for yourself, or drink some amazing coffee at Ninth St. Soccer & Coffee! Just visit NinthStreetMpls.com or follow them @NinthStreetMpls-Looking to buy/sell a home in Minneapolis/St. Paul? Contact Nate Pentz and Pentz Homes at PentzHomes.com!
The team has been assembled to break down WVU's season finale victory over Oklahoma State in Stillwater.What else happened during "Rivalry Week?" What else happened across the Big 12 Conference?Follow ITG on Twitter: @InTheGunPodcastSubscribe to the pod wherever you find your favorites!Lend us your 'eer...
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The Mountaineers lose their home finale against a quality Kansas State Wildcats team, 48-31.Jed Drenning, Wes Uhler, and Owen Schmitt break it all down, and they also take a look back at what happened across the country.Follow ITG on Twitter: @InTheGunFootballSubscribe to this podcast wherever you find yours, including YouTube, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.Lend us your 'eer...
With rising interest rates, major institutions have cut back on lending. Issuances of commercial mortgage-backed securities dropped 35 percent in the third quarter, compared to the second. Deconstruct chats with Madison Realty Capital's Josh Zegen about what opportunities are still out there — coming from distress, loans on loans and creative refinancings. Credit: NBCLA
Tim Herriage is an active Real Estate Investor in Texas and Lender with RCN Capital. He will talk about how he has built his Real Estate Portfolio over time and how he plans to get to navigate this changing market. RCN Capital will Lend out $1.5 Billion this year to Real Estate Investors. He will share how to capitalize on the market in these changing times.
Instead of going to the bank to get LENT money, why not BE a bank and LEND money?That is the topic of today's podcast with Howard Robbins of Ignite Funding. $1.3 billion in trust deeds have been funded since 1995 and Ignite has returned over $100 MILLION in steady, monthly interest payments to their investors. You don't have to an accredited investor. The minimum investment amount is only $10,000. AND your investment is SECURED by real estate.
On this week's episode of 10,000 Pitches, Jeremy and Dominic discuss Minnesota United signing 20yo homegrown Cameron Dunbar from LA Galaxy and trading Aziel Jackson to St. Louis, Minot's upset of Minnesota State in the NSIC tourney and Bemidji taking home the title, MIAC and UMAC tourney results and national tournament previews, and much more!--Support-Get the most consistent, dedicated Minnesota soccer coverage at SotaSoccer.com!-Lend your support to Sota Soccer and get some great early access/bonus content in the process by becoming a Supporter or SuperSub at patreon.com/sotasoccerSponsors-Check out StimulusAthletic.com for athleisure wear and to outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices from Stimulus Athletic!-Play pickup, reserve field time for yourself, or drink some amazing coffee at Ninth St. Soccer & Coffee! Just visit NinthStreetMpls.com or follow them @NinthStreetMpls-Looking to buy/sell a home in Minneapolis/St. Paul? Contact Nate Pentz and Pentz Homes at PentzHomes.com!
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Bible Reading: Isaiah 61:1-3; Hebrews 1:8-9"Dad, can I use your oil can to get rid of the squeak in the cupboard doors?" Jayden asked. "Mom said I could oil the hinges. If they don't get oiled soon, the squeaking is going to drive her crazy."Dad laughed as he took the oil can from the workbench and handed it to Jayden. "Then by all means, take it away!" he said.When Jayden returned the oil can some time later, Dad was still at his workbench. "I oiled the hinges all over the house," Jayden said. "I told Mom that if she hears any squeaks now, she'll know we have mice. She says that would really drive her crazy." They both laughed, and then Jayden went out to play basketball with his friends.At dinner that evening, Jayden shared the neighborhood news. "Troy and Kai are mad at each other again," he said. "And did you know that Mrs. Gentry broke her arm? She fell down her front steps." Jayden helped himself to a piece of ham. "And Mr. Gomez stood at his window for half an hour and watched us play basketball. I guess he doesn't have anything better to do." Jayden nibbled his salad."It sounds like the people in our neighborhood could use some oil," Dad observed."Oil?" asked Jayden. "What do you mean?""The Bible says Jesus gives the 'oil of joy' to those who trust in Him, and it sounds like some of our neighbors could use a little joy in their lives," Dad replied. "I think it would be nice if you spread some oil of joy around the neighborhood.""Yeah?" Jayden scratched his head. "I know one thing I can do. I can offer to rake leaves for Mrs. Gentry. I don't know what I can do about Troy and Kai though--but I'll think of something!" Jayden eyed the dessert on the counter. "Can I take a piece of pie to Mr. Gomez?" he asked. Then he grinned. "And I better take an extra piece so I can sit down and eat with him!"Dad nodded. "Those all sound like good ways to spread the joy of Jesus and remind others of His love for them." -Hazel W. MarettHow About You?Are you spreading joy? The Bible says Jesus was anointed with the "oil of joy." If you belong to Him, you can have that same joy in your heart too. Will you share it with others? Offer a kind word to help someone feel better. Take a few minutes to chat with a neighbor who lives alone. Lend a helping hand to take the hardship out of somebody's day. Let the joy you have in Jesus point people to Him.Today's Key Verse:I will give them the oil of joy instead of sorrow, and a spirit of praise instead of a spirit of no hope. (NLV) (Isaiah 61:3)Today's Key Thought:Spread joy