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We're spoilt for choice for new music at the moment so members of Limp Bizkit, Full of Hell and Mastodon better feel bloody lucky we have given them the time of day! Episode 32 is dedicated to their new records - what did we think of FOH's savage noise, Limp's 2021 nu-metal and Mastodon's double epic? Strap yourselves in... you know the rest.
As men, we often suffer in silence, but we don't have to. We often fail to get the right information, but this week, Man-Talk Mondays is bringing the information to you. If you are a man, or if you're a woman who loves a man, don't miss this Monday's show. Joined by award-winning urologist, and sexual medicine expert, Dr. Judson Brandeis.
I present to you the worst episode of the Bitter Hearts Podcast to date! We didn't want to leave you with nothing, so we scrapped our original idea, figured a solution, and kinda just winged it. We talk about the Travis Scott incident very poorly and praise the new Limp Bizkit highly. Hope you kind of enjoy it and we're sorry.
Grats to the Braves, Welcoming new animals to the family, Covid in the NFL, Movie and TV news, Video game updates, and a bunch of wrestling stuff before we finish with what we've watched and played.
Pastor Lori Champion from Celebration Church at our 2021 MFI Global Leadership Conference in Portland, OR.Ministers Fellowship International exists to help leaders build healthy, strong, impacting churches and to do so in a way that makes for a healthy leader. We hope that this teaching left you more encouraged and equipped today.If you would like to be part of the MFI family or learn more visit mfileader.org
Andre and Zac look back at an ugly day for the Browns vs. Arizona and argue about what's causing the defensive issues. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Our Crutches series is beginning to come to an end, and before we finish everything tomorrow, our message today is a reminder that everyone has a limp. It's not just a modern Christian concept, but it's something that all of us must go through in our life.
We're continuing our Crutches series today, bringing a message about God being our crutch so that we may strengthen and grow in Him. Sometimes we must be broken so that we may come back stronger through Christ.
My guest today is Dave Limp, the senior vice president of devices and services at Amazon – or, more simply, the guy in charge of Alexa. Dave's group at Amazon also includes the Kindle e-reader, the Ring and Blink security camera systems, the Eero wifi router, and a host of other products that connect to Amazon services. We wanted to know what the business behind Alexa looks like — Amazon sells Echo products at basically break even, it runs the Alexa for all of them for free, and it employs thousands of engineers who work on it. How does that make money? How might it make money in the future? How should we think about Alexa competing with other smart assistants, and for what kinds of business? The answers were not what you'd expect. Links: Why the global chip shortage is making it so hard to buy a PS5 Amazon's new Ring Alarm Pro combines a security system with an Eero Router Say Hello to Astro, Alexa on wheels Amazon is now accepting your applications for its home surveillance drone Amazon Glow is a video chat gadget with built-in games to keep kids engaged Amazon's new Echo Show 15 is meant to hang on your wall Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite adds a bigger screen, longer battery life, and USB-C Amazon starts making its own TVs with new Fire TV Omni and 4-Series Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max review: the one to buy How to connect Alexa to Spotify, Apple Music, and more Amazon's race to create the disappearing computer Transcript: https://www.theverge.com/e/22483986 Credits: This episode was produced by Creighton DeSimone, Alexander Charles Adams, and Andru Marino. And we are edited by Callie Wright. Our music is by Breakmaster Cylinder. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Techstination, your destination for gadgets and gear. I'm Fred Fishkin. Amazon has a boatload of new devices headed to market….from a new smart thermostat, to the Echo Show 15, new video conferencing gear, a fitness band …a security camera that flies… and a thousand dollar robot called Astro...
In this world of glow-ups and the ‘Gram, it's easy to think that everyone's life is perfect, that nobody else struggles the way we do. But we know that the truth is, none of us is perfect. We all struggle - and those struggles have helped us become the people we are. If you want to be a leader in the arts – to have influence and be a blessing in the artist community – then others have to know you've been through some stuff. You have to talk about the battle that comes with the blessing. Our courage and willingness to be vulnerable, to acknowledge our weaknesses, and to share our struggles are actually one of our most powerful strengths as leaders, as artists, and as humans.When Jacob wrestled with God, he refused to let go until God blessed him, just so he could walk away from the wrestling match with a limp. When you wrestle with God, get ready to walk away with a new limp… plus a new name, new character, new reputation, and a new level of authority for your calling.In this episode of 5-Minute Mentoring, find out what happens when you choose to embrace the hard-won struggles, when you can really own your limp and the name that goes with it.Want to read about my own struggles as I've grown my art business? Check out the 10th anniversary of my first book, Unlocking the Heart of the Artist, on Amazon at the link below!Unlocking the Heart of the Artist: 10th Anniversary Edition on Amazonhttps://www.amazon.com/Unlocking-Heart-Artist-Practical-Fulfilling/dp/1460930258Connect with me online:https://www.matttommeymentoring.comhttps://www.instagram.com/thethrivingchristianartisthttps://www.facebook.com/thethrivingchristianartisthttps://www.youtube.com/mjtommey to watch the podcast on YouTube!
The Oregon Ducks remain ranked in the top 10, but catastrophic injuries to some of the team's best players are now the biggest storyline of the season.On the latest episode of Ducks Confidential, James Crepea and Aaron Fentress discuss the devastating injuries to C.J. Verdell, Bennett Williams and others. They talked about if the Ducks could patch things together to regroup, whether it's time to look to a different quarterback and much more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Swerski Crew is back talking about a Bears victory sunday over the Detroit Lions. Cubs limp to the finish line with a win. The White Sox are gearing up to face the Houston Astros in the post season. The Bulls and Blackhawks start the preseason. All of this and more on this latest episode of Swerski SportsMake sure to follow us on:Twitter: @SwerskiSportsFacebook: /SwerskiSportswww.SwerskiSports.comyoutube.com/SwerskiSportshttps://feeds.feedblitz.com/-/668627192/0/billswerskissportstalkchicago.MP3and subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher or the TuneIn appClick the icon below to listen. Related StoriesPodcast: Bears hit low point vs Browns, White Sox win division, Cubs hobble to finish linePodcast: Bears notch first win of the season, Cubs struggle, White Sox inch closer to division titlePodcast: Bears routed by Rams, Cubs creamed by SanFran, White Sox getting healthy
In this episode of What's Your Limp? Jordan chats with Stephen Letnes - an award winning film composer and musician who has composed nearly 120 scores for feature films and shorts. If that wasn't impressive enough, Stephen has done all of that while being almost completely blind.Stephen opens up to us about his struggles as a visually impaired composer, insecurities he's struggled with throughout his life and what he's doing to help create opportunities for other filmmakers/actors with disabilities!
|| A New Untold Story: Ep. 258 - Limp Wristkid || The boys discuss Salt Bae, the inventor of suicide, T00BMAN aka the McTickler, girls ghosting Nick, Eminem's new restaurant, & we make a few prank phone calls || Nick Turani & KB No Swag || New merch coming soon
The Hokies get the win over FCS Richmond to improve their record to 3-1, but why does it feel more like a loss?Justin and Tim recap all of the ACC action from week 4, and discuss some of the issues holding back the Virginia Tech offense. It's a bye week, so no game to preview. Instead, they look at where everyone stands in the ACC after a wild week 4, and discuss who they think will rise to the top and represent the conference in December. They also bring you their week 5 picks in the betting lines segment, featuring the top games in the ACC and two wildcard match-ups to keep an eye on. There are some huge games in the ACC this week, including Virginia-Miami, Georgia Tech and Pitt, and Clemson hosting Boston College. Justin and Tim discuss all that and more on this week's episode of Chowder and Grits – The Podcast for Virginia Tech and ACC Sports!
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It's Episode 169 of 2 Guys and a Goalie presented by Coolbet Canada with Dustin Nielson, Joaquin Gage and Matt Kassian. Today we welcome in Phil Giubileo, voice of the Danbury Trashers to discuss what it was like covering that team and Kris Abbott from Coolbet Canada. Plus Oilers & Dylan Holloway discussion.
In this episode Benjamin sits down for a great conversation with Dr. Terry Johnnson, VP for Community Engagement at Advent Heath and former serviceman in the U.S. Air Force Presidential Honor Guard at the White House for three U.S. Presidents. Dr. Johnson shares much of his story about overcoming severe dyslexia and how he became the longest serving honor guard in history. He also talks about breaking through his own self-imposed limits of what he saw as attainable and possible for himself. Have you ever wanted to interact with the President of the United States? Dr. John has, and on this episode he describes an forgettable moment he shared with President Ronald Reagan. Don't forget to subscribe to the Rise and Lead Podcast to ensure you get notified when new episodes release every month. When you share about the podcast, make sure and tag @benjaminlundquist, and he'll always try and give you a re-post. Remember, the best time to rise and lead is now!
Most don't remember their 2021 goals. And guess what —there are only 120 days to: Finish with focus. Finish with purpose. Finish with momentum Or, you can do what most people will do: Limp to the finish line in a haze of distraction and emotional chaos —saying “next year” will be the year. No, thanks —so, what's a better way? In today's Quick Hit on the Resist Average Academy with Tommy Baker, I'll share how to finish 2021 with clarity, growth and endless momentum!
Review: Tin Cup 10 Year American Whiskey Special Guest Appearance: Brian Stessl from The Herfcast After discussing the types of cherries found in an Old Fashioned drink, Red Beard fills us in on the details from his most recent aggressive hand holding tournament (arm wrestling for those not in the know) and we give Brian Stessl a call to chat for a minute about his recent lottery win. Give it a listen! Check out our sponsor: The Beard Struggle - Listen to the episode to learn how to save 15% on your purchase! Check out the show notes at: beardedidiots.com Support us on Patreon! patreon.com/beardedidiots WE HAVE MERCH! -> beardedidiots.com/store Intro/outro music is provided by ampletunes.com go check them out, send them some love and tell them we sent you! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beardedidiots/support
Limp: "Our sinful temptations, impure motives, or weaknesses that we see as flaw." Kicking off the 2021 Fall Semester, Pastor Isaac Trevino leads a reflection on becoming aware of our limps and vulnerably leading with it, as revealed in 2 Corinthians 12:1-10.
Canadians go to the polls on Sept. 20, and this election campaign was pitched by Justin Trudeau as a chance to have a say in the direction of the country in the next 17 months. Based on the first third of the race, do we have a sense of what that will look like? In the first of a series of election panels National Post columnist Sabrina Maddeaux and Edmonton Sun columnist Lorne Gunter join Dave to discuss how the leaders have fared in the first few days of the campaign, why the Liberals have looked unprepared, and how Erin O'Toole and Jagmeet Singh have positioned themselves against Justin Trudeau. Background reading: Sabrina Maddeaux: Sorry Trudeau, thinking about monetary policy is thinking about families GUNTER: Erin O'Toole showing himself to be an effective campaigner
The crew opens up on a different note discussing memorable moments with their fathers. Florida Man takes us down south to Monroe County just looking for some respect. We continue the Best French Fries Bracket and start on the east side of the bracket with #2 Five Guys vs. #15 KFC. Bracket talk gets heated as usual as another restaurant heads to the Elite Eight. The guys play the next round of Name That Show and Jose reminds us where the guys messed up last week (mainly Jason). The guys talk some football and salaries during 7 Minutes in Heaven. Chris gives us the latest What If involving a change to social media which will make you think. Grab your favorite drink and enjoy! Cheers! Support the boys by joining our Premium subscription! Click to find out more! Florida Man sponsored by our friends at Axe Champs! CuptoCupLife.com Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube Email the podcast if you want to be a guest or sponsor an episode!
Good morning and welcome to the ride! You are almost there. The Fools have some candor for a #2 that is lost. Tommy got the quote of the century that applies to Kells. Find out what was said about Captain Save A Garden Tool. Drake is losing and he needs help. Are Underwood and Spates still on? Fool #1 gives us a taste of what went down in H-Town. Congratulations to CNN's Abby Phillip because she is officially a mommy! Today the show wraps up with the differences between the way black people handle alligators VS their white counterparts. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Sam Ehlinger brought the fans to their feet at the joint practice between the Colts and the Panthers with a touchdown pass to Michael Strachan. Jacob Eason had some moments too. Carson Wentz - no boot, no limp. Kwity Paye, boot. Quenton Nelson, boot. Braden Smith back to work in practice. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Three years after Tidal (her shortest gap between albums), Fiona Apple gave us When The Pawn ... which broke official records re: title length and unofficial records for sheer number of bangers within our hearts. The More Of That boys are on the bound in this episode, as they dig into this classic album fast as they can (shorter episode than normal!). We're hoping it doesn't leave you Limp. Our opening song is called "Never Say Never Again" and our closing song is called "Unwind." Both songs are by us, More Of That. You can listen to us on all major streaming platforms and on Bandcamp. Check out our YouTube channel Twitter: @discographpod Instragram: @moreofthatpresents Logan has cool stuff on YouTube at Logan Williams MusicBrought to you by the AUX podcast network. You can support us and get bonus content at our Patreon!
Balls Deep is officially in its dirty thirties! That's right — this is our thirtieth episode and we're ready to take you for a ride! This week, Arielle has a threesome with I Love You Man and his dog and Rachel is working on giving out less advice to people who don't want to take it. The girls schmooze about Madonna's first orgasm, the iconic dating trend you've never heard of, and Hollywood's obsession with unrealistic sex scenes. In news, they get Balls Deep™ into a study about friends who fuck, get into the nitty-gritty of Drake “Campana” Bell's court hearing, and discuss the importance of post sex cuddles. Stick around for a conversation with Bachelor Nation's Bekah Martinez all about the realities of being a mother raising her children online. Bekah teaches the girls about the history of breastfeeding and birthing practices and shares her own experience of feeling like a fertility goddess and smiling throughout her second birth. We also talk about the importance of teaching kids about their bodies, and reveal the most ethical kind of porn there is… want to know? You'll have to listen to find out. Okay, so… a girl is having dinner with her mom but her girlfriend planted a big ol' hickey on her cheek — WTF? Got a question? Call us at 8555-OKAYSO. Follow us everywhere @ballsdeepwith Follow Bekah Martinez @bekah BBoutique —> Get 15% off sex toys with code BALLSDEEP15 Bellesa Plus —> Pay what you want for the Netflix of Porn Powered by Bellesa
Jacob wanted to be blessed bad enough that He didn't mind walking for life with a limp. Ask yourself, are you willing to face your flaws and all and want change bad enough to endure the pain that will no doubt come with your change (blessing). Support the show (https://www.Cash.app/$JesseECanty)