Mad big ups to Broadway legend Steven Sondheim, fashion innovator Virgil Abloh, photographer/author Mick Rock, musician/Beach Boys touring member Billy HinscheTopics include Thanksgiving/Black Friday talk, Jonah Hill as Jerry Garcia, Bob Marley biopic news, The Grammys, Vince Neil, Puddle of Mudd, Marilyn Manson and more.Slaps include Maxwell, Earl Sweatshirt, Freddie Gibbs, Jadakiss, Benny Sings.Patreon - http://patreon.com/thehustleseasonBandcamp - http://thehustleseason.bandcamp.comTHS YouTube -https://bit.ly/THSYouTubeChannelInstagram - http://instagram.com/thehustleseasonTwitter - http://twitter.com/thehustleseasonSpring (fmrly Teespring) - https://bit.ly/HustleSeasonMerchFacebook - http://bit.ly/HustleSeasonFBThe Hustle Season on Apple Podcasts - https://bit.ly/TheHSPodcastAppleThe Hustle Season on Spotify Podcasts - https://bit.ly/TheHSPodcastSpotify
Chances are, you’ve seen Jason Seiler’s art. Publications that have featured his work include, TIME, Business Week, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, The Washington Examiner Magazine, MAD magazine, GOLF magazine, KING magazine, Revolver, Guitar Player, The Village Voice, Penguin Group, Disney, and The New York Observer. On this episode, […]
As we enter the holiday season, Tim and I are talking about being thankful for the small things. Taking the time to really appreciate, not just in our words, but really feeling appreciation for what we have been through. What are you grateful for? Are you appreciative of even the hard things in your life? Mad love!
In one of their funniest and most wide-ranging episodes to date, Gilbert and Frank welcome author-mystery writer Max Allan Collins and actor-comedian Dave Thomas for an entertaining conversation about the influence of Mad magazine, the genius of Jack Webb, the strange passions of Raymond Burr, the rise and fall of Bob Hope, the war between Al Capone and Elliot Ness and Max and Dave's new science fiction/crime novel "The Many Lives of Jimmy Leighton." Also, John Cleese demands breakfast, Max impresses Warren Beatty, Gilbert cuts the rug with John Travolta and Dave weighs in on the horrors of "Joys" and "Jack Frost." PLUS: Fearless Fosdick! Senor Wences! "The Road to Hong Kong"! Remembering Tom Poston! Santa Claus meets Liberace! Max praises "A Night in Casablanca"! And Jerry Lewis (literally) transforms into Buddy Love! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mad scientist - er, wannabe supervillain - Dr. Detestable's favorite night of the week has arrived: New Invention Night. With the help of his loyal pet Scrofa, and earnestly incompetent assistant Korgo, he's about to unleash a nightmare upon the mildly amused citizens of Doomsylvania!
Full episode and Show Notes - www.wearelookingsideways.com Welcome to an absolute throwback of an interview in the finest Looking Sideways tradition. Yep, if you liked my recent chat with Ben Powell, for example, you're going to enjoy this conversation with BMX legend ‘Mad' Jon Taylor. For a start, it was face-to-face, which was such a laugh and something I've missed more than I've realised. Secondly, there's the fact that this is a riotous look at the life and times of one of the most beloved figures in UK action sports. Jon is a true living legend of the global BMX scene, somebody who has been there, seen it, done it and has the raucously entertaining anecdotes to prove it. British listeners not hugely familiar with the BMX scene may have seen Jon on the BBC's coverage of the BMX events at the 2020 Tokyo Games, where he sat in alongside Ed Leigh and provided brilliant context to the mainstream audience. I'm not gonna go through the CV, as Jon does this during our conversation far more entertainingly than I'm able to hear. But suffice to say this is a glorious trip through Jon's life and times with one of the biggest characters in the game. I know some listeners have been crying out for this type of episode recently - like I say, it's an instant LS classic in the truest sense of the word. Hope you enjoy our conversation! Enjoying the podcast? Want to keep it free and ad-free? Donate here: https://bit.ly/LSBuyPint Thanks to Matt Ward for the theme tune, and to my editor Fina Charleson.
Juana was never meant to be Queen of Castile but after the tragic deaths of her two siblings she is on her way home to be named heir but this life won't be easy. Her husband is determined to take over and her father is hungry for power it's from this Juana will one day be known as Spain's mad Queen. Works Cited 08, Samantha Henman | Apr, et al. “Unhinged Facts About Joanna Of Castile, The Mad Queen.” Factinate, 25 Sept. 2020, www.factinate.com/people/facts-joanna-of-castile-mad-queen/. Ann Foster. “Juana of Castile: The Real Story Of Spain's Mad Queen.” Ann Foster, 26 Nov. 2019, annfosterwriter.com/2019/06/10/juana-of-castile/. “Joanna of Castile.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 17 Oct. 2021, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joanna_of_Castile. Lewis, Brenda Ralph. The Kings & Queens of Europe: from Medieval Tyrants to Mad Monarchs. Grange, 2008. “The Madness of Juana of Castile.” The Tudor Society, 2 Mar. 2017, www.tudorsociety.com/madness-juana-castile/. Moore, Levi. “Queen Juana: the Mad or the Betrayed?” Hektoen International, 24 Aug. 2021, hekint.org/2021/08/24/queen-juana-the-mad-or-the-betrayed/.
My guest is one badass! Colette Beyer is the founder and chief evangelist of X2, a human potential accelerator empowering female athletes and veterans to channel their innate drive to become winning entrepreneurs. Colette is a lifelong combat sports practitioner and endurance athlete who pedaled 3,900 miles across the United States on a bicycle without training (which she highly does NOT recommended). After the age of 30, she traded her lucrative career in political communications to serve in law enforcement. While serving, she became obsessed with studying high performance lifestyles and reverse engineering the success mindset, habits and routines of the world's top 2% of women in business and sport. X2 was born out of Colette's personal desire to find a new mission and purpose after leaving law enforcement. She quickly identified that female veterans and athletes also struggled to find their way after retiring from service and competition, respectively, often turning to drugs and alcohol as a result. Colette believes that female athletes and veterans possess special qualities that set them ahead of other entrepreneurs, including an innate drive to win, strong work ethic and a can't quit, won't quit attitude. After seven years and thousands of hours of research, she arrived at a simple, yet transformative framework designed to create clarity for female athletes and veterans seeking to leave a legacy as entrepreneurs. *For Podcast listeners, use the discount code BCC to receive 20% off Colette's Webinar on Developing Situational Awareness in December. Mad love!
Gilbert and Frank celebrate Thanksgiving by giving thanks for one of their most cherished episodes and two of their favorite guests, the late, great (and greatly missed) actors Ron Leibman ("The Hot Rock," "Where's Poppa?", "Angels in America") and Jessica Walter ("Play Misty for Me," "Arrested Development," "Archer"). Also in this episode: Ron stars in the Mad magazine movie, Jessica wrestles a woman (or two), Gilbert covers Bobby Vinton and Jerry Lewis "borrows" from Harry Ritz. PLUS: "Amy Prentiss"! Praising George Segal! Remembering Art Metrano! "Zorro, the Gay Blade"! The return of Rickie Layne and Velvel! And "Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood"! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Th' expense of spirit in a waste of shame Is lust in action, and till action, lust Is perjur'd, murd'rous, bloody, full of blame, Savage, extreme, rude, cruel, not to trust, Enjoy'd no sooner but despised straight, Past reason hunted, and no sooner had, Past reason hated as a swallowed bait On purpose laid to make the taker mad: Mad in pursuit and in possession so, Had, having, and in quest to have, extreme, A bliss in proof, and prov'd, a very woe, Before, a joy propos'd, behind, a dream. All this the world well knows, yet none knows well To shun the heaven that leads men to this hell.
Távprankelő csodapótkasztunk ezúttal is jelentős társadalomépítő ötletekkel lepi meg a lelkes hallgatóságot. A megszokott Bede-Uj-Winkler duó összeállításban, az alábbiak szerint haladunk: 00.00: A direkt tikkelés nehézségei. 03.00: Thaiföldön melyik nap kezdődik a black friday? 04.50: Bangkok már nem olcsó. Vagy a forint túl olcsó? 10.00: Közkívánatra: a szexturisták maszkviselési szokásai. 16.40: UP Karikó Katalin két díját próbálja értelmezni, mert podcastolás közben ügyel is :(( 17.00: Legújabb hungarikum: melléoltás. 22.00: A németeknek menekültválságban mostanában igazuk van. 25.10: Cukkemberg semmit se talált még fel, nem hogy a metát… 31.00: A hét cancel culture-álhíre, hogy Tucker Carlson szerint a Dead Kennedys Nazi punks fuck off című száma a cancel culture alapja. 33.00: És most: divat! Életem legrosszabb vására a Fred Perry bakancs. 35.00: Öcsi bácsi Fred Perryben. 42.50: Öttusa-világbotrány. 46.00: Jövő vasánapra Bede kidolgozza a teljes öttusareformot, a modern hadviselésben releváns számokkal. 48.25: Fidesz-kongresszus az új Vidám Vasárnap. 51.00: Még hogy nincs Magyarországon standup-kritika?! 55.00: Hofi utolsó műsora a Madách Kamarában. 60.30: Most, hogy a Bede letette, beszélhetünk az 1946-os Hosszú álom című Bogart-filmről. 61.30: Van-e SCART-kábel a DVD-lejátszóhoz? 63.30: Lauren Bacall, a tökéletes közép-nyugati szépség. 64.30: Clooney szar Solarisa igazából 2002-es, de tavaly volt egy még sokkal rosszabb scifije, a Midnight sky. 65.00: A Kecskebűvölők, és valójában eddigre mindketten rengeteg namindegyet nyomtunk. 67.00: Godard díszlet és űrhajók nélküli scifije, az Alphaville. Érdekes tény, hogy a forgatókönyv a szürrealista Paul Éluard verses kötetéből készült, és a főszereplőt Lemmynek hívják, aki ekkor még csak 20 éves volt, és már játszott zenekarokban, de csak hét év múlva csatlakozott a Hawkwindhez :DD 69.00: Szilágyi Ákos legális Tarkovszkij-könyve.
Whoa. Mad range of topics in the Fun Friday Pod this week: expired coffee, Danny's new girlfriend with a Southern accent, burlesque, Adam McKay, White Lotus, Michael Che, and drift dives.Follow me on Insta: @dannypalmernyc@thedannypalmershow Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thedannypalmershow)
Nos place recibir al senador de la provincia de San Pedro de Macorís Franklin Peña, quien nos hablará de su proyecto de ley de Salud Mental que sometió al congreso, así como de sus iniciativas legislativas que ha sometido hasta la fecha.
Get exploited in your dreams for free. More and more people just might be noticing some fundamental problems but are still a million light years from a general strike or even a Howard Beale "Mad as hell" moment. Climate summits are mainly just monstrous wastes of time and energy, all the way down to the subatomic level. Climate science has spoken on the voodoo of "net zero." Kyle Tollhouse Porterhouse did etc, and his judge/manservant loves him enough to ban zooming in on crucial video footage for, uh, reasons and, er, 'logarithms.' A lawyer stalked a beach as a storm approached, dressed as The Shape in order to be a beacon of positivity. Kamala Harris 2024: "Together we must work together to do things together." Support: patreon.com/heatdeathpodGeneral RecommendationsJD's Recommendations: 1) Courtney Barnett - Things Take Time, Take Time & 2) The War on Drugs - I Don't Live Here Anymore & 3) Orbital - Orbital 2JNM's Recommendation: Inspector KooFurther Reading, Viewing, ListeningWhen Work Invades Your Sleep Through Your DreamsA record 4.4 million Americans quit their jobs in SeptemberNancy Pelosi says the ‘climate crisis is a national security matter' to defend Pentagon budget increase Climate scientists: concept of net zero is a dangerous trapRich People Are Destroying the PlanetCovid cases are surging in Europe. America is in denial about what lies in store for itJudge buys Rittenhouse lawyer's inane argument that Apple's pinch-to-zoom manipulates footageTexas Lawyer Cited For Wearing 'Halloween' Michael Myers Costume On BeachLocationless Locationsheatdeathpod.comEvery show-related link is corralled and available here.Twitter: @heatdeathpodPlease send all Letters of Derision, Indifference, Inquiry, Mild Elation, et cetera to: firstname.lastname@example.orgAlso, check out our newly updated YouTube channel for the hell of it
The Legendary Ladies step up for a Legendary Task (spoiler alert: their to-do list does not include killing the Legends) and give listeners a DOUBLE episode! Amy, Kat, and Morgan discuss episodes four and five of The Legends of Tomorrow in this super packed, two hour podcast! After a very informative Encore History (Kat knows SO MUCH […] The post Legends Of Tomorrow Podcast Season 7 – Episode 4/5: Speakeasy Does It/It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Scientist appeared first on DC TV Podcasts.
You have been called together today because you are the best in your respective fields. It will take the greatest strategic and scientific minds we have to face this problem. What is this foe we face? The sun. For too long us humans have had to deal with invasive rays of light waking us up far too early. Or blinding brightness while we drive. Sometimes the temperature even gets mildly uncomfortable. We cannot stand for this! So, after attempted peace talks went nowhere last month, I have created this Anti-Solar unit to fight the big bastard that makes you want a cold glass of lemonade after working in your yard all day. The reason the bikini was invented! Hold on.... where are you going?! Get back here! Well, I guess I gotta do this alone. Hoorah!- Messing with Time- Unwarranted Nicknames- Not Seeing Propaganda- Right Click VictimsTime is a very fickle mistress. There's a reason all time travel stories end up having a "oh no I messed with time too much and I'm in the nightmare future" part of their stories. All of them. It's more than a trope, it's a fact of life. You don't mess with time. Yet here we are. Twice a year. Poking the sleeping bear. And for what? Farmers? Please. I know farmers. If farmers wanted more time to work the fields, they'd be there. Not lobbying congress to play with clocks. One of these days, I tell you. You're going to wake up in the nightmare future where Arnold was in Rocky and Stallone was The Terminator. That doesn't sound too bad, but you're forgetting the part where in this universe, Zelda is a girl.Nicknames are granted to you. No one makes up their own nickname, that never works. They come from inside jokes with friends or sometimes from necessity due to a common name, but usually they take time. When you start tacking "-y Boy" and "-o" to the end of names of people you just met, it looks foolish. Insubordinate and churlish. I understand that some people are bad with names or deal with so many people it's hard to keep track of, but at that point I'd rather just be called dude, or guy, or "hey you there".What's it going to take for people to open their eyes to the real world around them? They've got to get mad. Mad as hell and they're not going to take it anymore. That's what it takes to break through the barrier of propaganda. No one will do anything until it personally affects them. Otherwise it's smooth sailing, drinking that government-supplied truth juice every morning and night. "There's no way the people that are supposed to protect me are also harming me." The answer's in that statement. Get harmed.Look, we all know NFTs are dumb. Well, all of us except the weirdoes into them and that's the problem. You can be into something and understand it's a dumb thing to be into. Or at least a waste of money. But these jackasses have done a 180 and are now whining that people can right click-> save as their JPEGs. Even threatening legal action! Either because they don't understand what NFTs even are, or because it's a last ditch effort to pretend that their not wasting their money on receipts of JPEGs. If there's a new kind of victim there might just be someone that wants to save them, and *that* is a dangerous thought.All this and more on this week's episode! Don't forget to join us on DISCORD, support us on PATREON or by BUYING A SHIRT.
Welcome to episode 57 of the Mayberry Devotional entitled “Let it Slide.” Today I'll be looking at season two, episode twenty-two of The Andy Griffith Show, “Merchant of Mayberry.” I'll also be looking at Scripture from 1 Samuel 18:7-9a.
Juana is known throughout history as the mad Spanish Queen but she didn't start out that way. Juana was born into a life of immense privilege as the daughter of the worlds two most powerful monarchs. She was married off as a teen to a man who treated her like garbage and is one of the many reasons she has the title of the mad queen. Join me for part one of Juana's life. Works Cited 08, Samantha Henman | Apr, et al. “Unhinged Facts About Joanna Of Castile, The Mad Queen.” Factinate, 25 Sept. 2020, www.factinate.com/people/facts-joanna-of-castile-mad-queen/. Ann Foster. “Juana of Castile: The Real Story Of Spain's Mad Queen.” Ann Foster, 26 Nov. 2019, annfosterwriter.com/2019/06/10/juana-of-castile/. “Joanna of Castile.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 17 Oct. 2021, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joanna_of_Castile. Lewis, Brenda Ralph. The Kings & Queens of Europe: from Medieval Tyrants to Mad Monarchs. Grange, 2008. “The Madness of Juana of Castile.” The Tudor Society, 2 Mar. 2017, www.tudorsociety.com/madness-juana-castile/. Moore, Levi. “Queen Juana: the Mad or the Betrayed?” Hektoen International, 24 Aug. 2021, hekint.org/2021/08/24/queen-juana-the-mad-or-the-betrayed/.
This week we catch up discussing what we are currently reading and feeling. We discuss Will Smith's reaction to son Jaiden Smith's Emancipation debacle from years past. We discuss how we would feel if our kids recommended this and what we are hopefully doing to combat it. Later, we discuss Lawrence and Issa's breakup due to his baby on the way from the show #Insecure. We share our feelings and talk about decisions that affect other aspects of our life and how sometimes they feel unavoidable. Lastly, we play a game of Would You Rather? Listen in, join in with a friend to hear our responses and the logic behind them. Tee discusses how she's changing her thoughts about her birthday compared to Episode 25 from last year.Give that one a listen below:https://inowpronounceyou.buzzsprout.com/1139423/6409960Have you listened to other episodes? We recommend Ep. 4: Cheaters, Ep. 5: Dunzo, Ep. 10: Mad as Hell, Ep. 11: Bat-ish Crazy, Ep. 17: To Each its Own, Ep. 40: E-Nergy, Ep. 45: Mentally Stronger, and any other that tickles your fancy!Follow us on Facebook and IG @inowpronounceyoupod. Also, on YouTube: I Now Pronounce You Podcast. Podcast Website:https://inowpronounceyou.buzzsprout.comHow can you support? Follow, Like, Share, Rate, Review, and Subscribe.
On the Mad in America podcast this week, we hear from Renee Schuls-Jacobson. Renee was a teacher for two decades and she is now an author, artist, advocate and coach. In this interview, we discuss her book Psychiatrized: Waking up After a Decade of Bad Medicine which was released this year. The book is a beautifully written account of Renee's experiences being prescribed the benzodiazepine clonazepam (Klonopin) for seven years. It talks of her experiences taking the drug as prescribed but perhaps more importantly, also tells of what happened to Renee as she made attempts to withdraw.
Sean and Dane are back with Cornhole content so good it'll “tickle your pickle “. They recap the #3rd ACL open event and Review the revamped Draggin Bagz lineup! Then we are joined by Mad-e King, owner of Draggin Bagz. Made-e talks about the difficulties small market bag makers experience and his personal account of sobriety and how he has adapted through the years.www.Dragginbagz.comCode: Asp10 saves 10%
Co-hosts Alex Moss and Matthew Kiernan are back with a new episode of Under The 128. The duo continue to delve into the world of all things darts away from the 128 PDC tour card holders. In this episode, Alex and Matthew discuss the race for Lakeside and the first WDF World Championship with less than four weeks to go before the cut off, as well as chat about the latest goings on in MAD, UKDA, Online League and PDC affiliate tours. Enjoy! *** Sponsorship available! Want your business advertised on the show? Email email@example.com for more details and a free copy of our new sponsor brochure! *** Enjoy our podcast? Make a one-off donation on our new Ko-Fi page here: ko-fi.com/weeklydartscast Support us on Patreon from just $2(+VAT): patreon.com/WeeklyDartscast Thank you to our Patreon members: Phil Moss, Gordon Skinner, Jan Echtermann, Thomas Page, Terence Harrison, Bill Richards, Craig Weight
Rip and John Musser discuss their top ten favorite comedy movies. 1:37 What is a comedy 13:12 Honorable mentions 19:24 Getting past the actor 22:08 Caddyshack 24:55 Used Cars 32:54 Victor/Victoria 41:52 Young Frankenstein 49:30 Slap Shot 57:58 Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World 1:06:42 Return of the Pink Panther 1:18:54 Animal House 1:27:24 The Big Lebowski
This episode is going to blow you away. For many years, I trained standout MLB catcher Nick Hundley to be the best athlete he could be. And while he played professional baseball at a very high level for 11-years, what he's doing now is even way bigger and more IMPACTFUL. As a matter of fact, Nick's role with the International Justice Mission (IJM) is to help protect again human trafficking and violence against women and children. He works on literally saving and rescuing young girls, women, and people enslaved to horrific crimes that happen in communities you would never imagine. Specifically, this is what we cover in today's episode: - Nick's story, how he got into MLB, and how he played for so long. - Reminiscing about his “training days” with his workout group and his favorite parts of those days. - Working alongside former pitcher, and now GM of the Texas Rangers, Chris Young. - What is “IJM”-- seeking to protect people in poverty from violence, abuse, and human trafficking. - How bad is human trafficking? - Nick shares stories on the rescue of these girls and the goal to prosecute the people who are committing these horrific crimes. - The tremendous success stories of many of these girls. - Advice to anyone facing adversity in their life. My mind was blown in this episode and I thank the IJM and all those who are fighting for the good of mankind, including Nick Hundley. You're going to enjoy this convo and marvel at what an amazing organization the IJM is and the IMPACT they are creating. Please be sure to share today's episode. It will help the IJM fulfill its mission to rescue millions, protect half a billion and make justice unstoppable. Thank you! And please tag... IG/Twitter: @ToddDurkin @IJM FB: @ToddDurkinFQ10 #MLB #IJM #NickHundley www.IJM.org - International Justice Mission --- 5:11 - Welcome Nick Hundley, former Major League Baseball player. 7:50 - How Nick got into Professional Baseball. Drafted to San Diego Padres in the second round and went on to play for Baltimore, Colorado, San Francisco, and then Oakland. 11:15 - Nick shares some of his greatest moments in his 11 year MLB career. Getting called up for the first time. Making the playoffs. 2013 first daughter born and then hitting a home run later that day. Homerun in San Francisco on both Mothers Day and Fathers Day with his parents in the stand. 14:04 - Working with Chris Young in the Major League front office. We wanted to make the game better and grow...and then COVID shut us down. 18:00 - Moving on to a new opportunity. IJM - International Justice Mission, seeking to protect people in poverty from violence. 21:12 - Nick talks about how bad is human trafficking is. Learning the process of what these young girls are going through. As an athlete, I have a platform and it's time to use it to make a difference! 24:52 - Nick's full-time role with IJM - International Justice Mission. 2 homes now for girls rescued from human trafficking - Violence against women and children. We are going after the people that are doing this. 28:00 - It's not a crime of passion...it's a crime of opportunity and they have the ability to get away with it. Our mission at IJM is to protect over 500 million in poverty! 29:49 - Nick shares a few success stories from some of the girls saved. 9 have graduated from college. One of the gals now runs one of the houses. 33:20 - What Nick would say to the girls. Have the ability to persevere no matter what...keep going and grinding it out! Love...Trust...Gratitude, How can you be grateful for the battle! 39:11 - How Nick uses lessons from baseball with his role at IJM. It's a daily grind and connecting with the community. 44:47 - What Nick misses most about baseball. The outlet to entertain. Putting my skills to the test. Being around the guys..plane rides, meals, and being around like-minded people who grind it out 46:27 - What advice Nick would give to someone who is in transition. Find time to mourn your dream and be honest with yourself. Mad...Sad...Glad... are passions in your life that have been given to you 51:50 - Final words from Nick. --- About Nick Hundley: Nick is a former professional baseball catcher who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the San Diego Padres, Baltimore Orioles, Colorado Rockies, San Francisco Giants, and Oakland Athletics. He was drafted in 2005 by the Padres in the second round and made his major-league debut in 2008. November is IMPACT Month - We will have an array of events throughout the month to raise funds for the Durkin IMPACT Foundation and to CREATE IMPACT! #1. Todd Durkin's IMPACT SUMMIT (Nov 8-14th) Revitalizing the Fitness Industry in these Crazy Times…& Forging What's Next for our Industry!!! 7-Days, 12 Presentations… WHO: All Trainers, coaches, and fit-pros Sign-Up TODAY...It's completely FREE!!! Check out www.todddurkin.com for more details. #2. A Day of IMPACT at Fitness Quest 10, Saturday, November 20th! 9 am PST--TD led “IMPACT” workout at Fitness Quest 10 (San Diego) 11 am PST TD IMPACT AMPLIFIED Talk--6 Principles to Live Your Best LIFE NOW!!! If you can't be there LIVE, we will stream the event virtually. We ask that you make a donation online to the Durkin IMPACT Foundation (501-c-3) that is completely tax-deductible. You can donate online at https://todddurkin.com/impact-foundation/. 100% of the proceeds go to the Durkin IMPACT Foundation to support individuals and families in need. --- Today's Podcast Episode is sponsored by CarnoSyn beta-alanine CarnoSyn® bet-alanine is an ingredient within the top pre & post workout supplements to improve strength, power, and endurance. I use 3.2g per day and you can use up to 6.4g for even faster results. CarnoSyn® beta-alanine is backed by over 55 scientific studies and it contains zero banned substances. To see the full list of CarnoSyn® Verified brands and to purchase, visit https://www.carnosyn.com/td/. --- Are you a Trainer, Coach, or Fitness Business Owner seeking to make even more IMPACT in your business & life? You are only as good as the people you surround yourself with. Level up today with my “Best in Class” MASTERMIND program for fitness professionals. I invite you to connect, share, and grow with the top coaches, trainers, and entrepreneurs in the fitness industry. My MASTERMIND is for passionate and purpose-driven fitness professionals who want to create success & significance in their personal and professional lives. If that sounds like you, visit: ToddDurkinMastermind.com to enroll or apply today. If you do so within the next 24 hours, you will receive a FREE video of one of my recent “ALL MASTERMIND” coaching calls. There are so many lost souls right now that need “our” LIGHT. Let's make a difference together, one life at a time! --- Please keep your questions coming so I can highlight you on the podcast!! 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He's a best-selling author, a motivational speaker, and owns the legendary Fitness Quest 10 in San Diego, CA, where he leads an amazing team of 42 teammates. Todd is a coach on the Netflix show “STRONG” that is must-watch TV. He is a previous Jack LaLanne Award winner, a 2-time Trainer of the Year, and he runs his Todd Durkin Mastermind group of top trainers and fitness pros around the globe, coaching them with business, leadership, marketing, training, and personal growth mentorship. Todd and his wife Melanie head up the Durkin IMPACT Foundation (501-c-3) that has raised over $250,000 since it started in 2013. 100% of all proceeds go back to kids and families in need. To learn more about Todd, visit www.ToddDurkin.com and www.FitnessQuest10.com. Join his fire-breathing dragons' community and receive regular motivational and inspirational emails. Visit www.ToddDurkin.com and opt-in to receive his value-rich content. 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Join us as we chat with Liv Byrne to talk about how she balances acting and music, her new single "Mad at You", Muppet tattoos and more! Show Notes and Images: https://shewillrockyou.com/2021/11/05/meet-the-artist-liv-byrne/ Visit Our Website: https://www.shewillrockyou.com Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shewillrockyoupodcast Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shewillrockyoupodcast Shop Our Merchandise: https://she-will-rock-you.creator-spring.com/ About Liv: Liv Byrne is a 20 -year-old singer, songwriter, and producer based in New York City. Originally from South Florida, Liv started performing music at the age of just 8 years old, writing her own music at 11 and ever since then has continued to shine. Her sound is heavily influenced by artists like Daniel Caesar, Ariana Grande, Jeremy Zucker, Blackbear, Alina Baraz, & Doja Cat. About the Show: The goal of She Will Rock You has always been to educate our listeners. Whether that is about a classic rock artist or a new and emerging artist. We want to help promote new rock artists, especially those who are women or minorities. Rock and roll is not dead, and we aim to do everything that we can to spread the love. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/she-will-rock-you/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/she-will-rock-you/support
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“I think it's very important to mention also, Elise, that even if a woman feels permission to be angry, that anger is such a tricky mischievous emotion that it's so difficult to know what our anger means or what to do with it. So we may know that we're angry and anger activates us to, to act, to take a position, to do something, but our anger does not tell us what the real issue is, who is responsible for what, what is the best way to proceed with our anger…” So says psychotherapist Dr. Harriet Lerner. Lerner is known and beloved for her many best-selling books about women, family systems, and relationships, including the classic Dance of Anger: A Woman's Guide to Changing the Patterns of Intimate Relationships, which we explore in today's episode. Lerner believes that anger is an essential, but oftentimes misunderstood and mismanaged emotion. She set out to write Dance of Anger to tackle female anger specifically, of which nothing had been written at that time. When women are discouraged from discussing their anger, she tells us, they lose a sense of self, as the pain of our anger preserves our dignity. We discuss the stereotype of the unloving, unlovable, and destructive angry woman, and the way in which female anger is only deemed acceptable when it is on the behalf of others. Lerner leaves us with tips for beginning to work through our anger productively, starting with moving toward assertive self-definition without asking for permission, and ultimately becoming careful observers of our own role in the patterns that keep us stuck in anger so that we may make positive, lasting change on our own behalf. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: The importance of anger…(5:25) Are you a nice lady or a bitch…(9:00) Working through anger productively…(21:40) Moving towards self definition…(36:36) MORE FROM HARRIET LERNER: Harriet Lerner's Website The Dance Of Anger: A Woman's Guide to Changing the Pattern of Intimate Relationships The Dance Of Connection: How to Talk to Someone When You're Mad, Hurt, Scared, Frustrated, Insulted, Betrayed, or Desperate The Dance Of Intimacy: A Woman's Guide to Courageous Acts of Change in Key Relationships The Dance Of Fear: Rising Above Anxiety, Fear, and Shame to Be Your Best and Bravest Self The Dance Of Deception: A Guide to Authenticity and Truth-Telling in Women's Relationships Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What you'll learn in this episode: The characteristics that define contemporary American jewelry What narrative art jewelry is, and why it was so prevalent in the 1960s and 70s What defines American counterculture, and why so many 60s and 70s jewelers were a part of it Who the most notable American jewelry artists are and why we need to capture their stories How Susan and Cindi developed their book, and why they hope other people will build on their research About Susan Cummins Susan Cummins has been involved in numerous ways in the visual arts world over the last 35 years, from working in a pottery studio, doing street fairs, running a retail shop called the Firework in Mill Valley and developing the Susan Cummins Gallery into a nationally recognized venue for regional art and contemporary art jewelry. Now she spends most of her time working with a private family foundation called Rotasa and as a board member of both Art Jewelry Forum and California College of the Arts. About Cindi Strauss Cindi Strauss is the Sara and Bill Morgan Curator of Decorative Arts, Craft, and Design and Assistant Director, Programming at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH). She received her BA with honors in art history from Hamilton College and her MA in the history of decorative arts from the Cooper-Hewitt/Parsons School of Design. At the MFAH, Cindi is responsible for the acquisition, research, publication, and exhibition of post-1900 decorative arts, design, and craft. Jewelry is a mainstay of Cindi's curatorial practice. In addition to regularly curating permanent collection installations that include contemporary jewelry from the museum's collection, she has organized several exhibitions that are either devoted solely to jewelry or include jewelry in them. These include: Beyond Ornament: Contemporary Jewelry from the Helen Williams Drutt Collection (2003–2004); Ornament as Art: Avant-Garde Jewelry from the Helen Williams Drutt Collection (2007); Liquid Lines: Exploring the Language of Contemporary Metal (2011); and Beyond Craft: Decorative Arts from the Leatrice S. and Melvin B. Eagle Collection (2014). Cindi has authored or contributed to catalogs and journals on jewelry, craft, and design topics, and has been a frequent lecturer at museums nationwide. She also serves on the editorial advisory committee for Metalsmith magazine. Additional Resources: Museum of Fine Arts Houston Art Jewelry Forum Photos: Police State Badge 1969/ 2007 sterling silver, 14k gold 2 7/8 x 2 15/16 x 3 15/16 inches Museum of Arts and Design, New York City, 2012.20 Diane Kuhn, 2012 PHOTO: John Bigelow Taylor, 2008 Portrait of William Clark in a bubble_2 1971 photographer: Unknown Necklace for the American Taxpayer 1971 Brass with silver chain 17 " long (for the chain) and 6.25 x 1.25 " wide for the hanging brass pendant. Collection unknown Dad's Payday 1968 sterling, photograph, fabric, found object 4 ½ x 4 x ¼ inches Merrily Tompkins Estate, Ellensburg Photo: Lynn Thompson Title: "Slow Boat" Pendant (Portrait of Ken Cory) Date: 1976 Medium: Enamel, sterling silver, wood, copper, brass, painted stone, pencil, ballpoint pen spring, waxed lacing, Tiger Balm tin, domino Dimensions: 16 3/4 × 4 1/8 × 1 in. (42.5 × 10.4 × 2.5 cm) Helen Williams Drutt Family Collection, USA Snatch Purse 1975 Copper, Enamel, Leather, Beaver Fur, Ermine Tails, Coin Purse 4 ½ x 4 x 3/8” Merrily Tompkins Estate, Ellensburg The Good Guys 1966 Walnut, steel, copper, plastic, sterling silver, found objects 101.6 mm diameter Museum of Arts and Design, NYC, 1977.2.102' PHOTO: John Bigelow Taylor, 2008 Fetish Pendant 1966 wood, brass, copper, glass, steel, paper, silver 3 ½ x 3 ½ x 5/8 inches Detroit Institute of Art, Founders Society Purchase with funds from the Modern Decorative Arts Group, Andrew L. and Gayle Shaw Camden Contemporary and Decorative Arts Fund, Jean Sosin, Dr. and Mrs. Roger S. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Danto, Dorothy and Byron Gerson, and Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Miller / Bridgeman Images November 22, 1963 12:30 p.m. 1967 copper, silver, brass, gold leaf, newspaper photo, walnut, velvet, glass 6 ¼ x 5 x 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Rose Mary Wadman, 1991.57.1 Front and back covers Pages from the book Transcript: What makes American jewelry American? As Susan Cummins and Cindi Strauss discovered while researching their book, In Flux: American Jewelry and the Counterculture, contemporary American jewelry isn't defined by style or materials, but by an attitude of independence and rebellion. Susan, who founded Art Jewelry Forum, and Cindi, who is Curator of Decorative Arts, Crafts and Design at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about what it was like to interview some of the most influential American artists; why they hope their book will inspire additional research in this field; and why narrative jewelry artists were part of the counterculture, even if they didn't consider themselves to be. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Definitely, it's a history book, but it's not, because you really do get that flavor for who they are or what they were passionate about or what they were trying to express. I'm just curious; how did you distill all of this into counterculture? Was that something that you decided in a brainstorm? You could have come up with a lot of different things. Cindi: I'm going to let Susan to take that, because—and I admit this freely—I had a very specific idea of what the counterculture was and how people slotted into that. Through Susan and Damian, my understanding of the counterculture was broadened in such an incredible way. They really pushed me to open up my mindset and think about it in many different, layered ways, and I have benefited from that dramatically. So, Susan led that. Susan, I'll turn it over to you. Susan: O.K., and I'll try and answer. We had decided to focus on the 60s and 70s and limit it to that time period. That was the counterculture time period, and as I said before, there are so many in the craft world, which I was participating in during that time, that reflect the sensibilities of the counterculture. As we were interviewing these people, what was really interesting is that many of them didn't necessarily think of themselves of part of the counterculture. They thought of themselves as hardworking jewelers that couldn't be part of the counterculture because that was the dropout, don't do anything, take drugs part of the world. But that wasn't really the counterculture. The counterculture was especially young people who were opposed to the way that people were living their lives. That got really defined in the 50s, which was a very austere, go to work, make money, buy a refrigerator, get a house and even if it was killing you, do this kind of life. They said, “We don't want that. We want a life that feels meaningful to us, that has real value.” In all kinds of different ways, that was what the counterculture consisted of: thinking in a different way about how life could be for us, something that's meaningful, something that you love doing, something that has some consideration of ecology and equal rights and all of the counterwar attitudes reflected in it. That was really what people wanted to do. The counterculture is big and broad. A lot of people who thought, for example, that Fred Woell was a Boy Scout. If you asked Fred or you saw his papers or you asked his wife, “What kind of car did Fred drive?” A VW van. What kind of food did he eat? Natural foods. Did he build himself a house? Yes, he did, with solar panels on it. He was a counterculture guy. He just looked like a Boy Scout. A lot of the things you learn in the Boy Scouts were actually part of the counterculture, too, the survival skills and all of that. It's a funny thing to say, but I think in the process of writing this book, we convinced a lot of the jewelers we interviewed that they were part of the counterculture even though they hadn't realized it themselves either. Sharon: That's interesting. Did you enter this process thinking that these people were part of the counterculture, or was that something that came to you as put everything together? Susan: I think it was kind of there from the beginning, but not really. I think we discovered it along the way. In fact, I don't think we were thinking about having the word counterculture in the title. I think for a long time we thought it would be “American Jewelry in the 60s and 70s.” I think it was a provocative idea to put counterculture in the title. It might be that it was a bad idea because, as Cindi said, a lot of people have a narrow point of view as to what the counterculture is, but I hope that if anybody decides to pick up the book, they can find a much broader definition, which I think is the real definition. To limit it is not fair to the expression. Sharon: I think the book does broaden the definition. Before reading the book or looking at the book, I entered into it thinking of Sausalito. I grew up on the West Coast, so to me, the counterculture was Sausalito. My family and I drove through there once when I was a young person, so that was the counterculture, or Berkeley was the counterculture. I Googled the word counterculture, and it's interesting because it goes through all different periods of history that were counterculture. It wasn't just the 60s and 70s. Who did you feel it was wrenching to leave out of the book when you had make some decisions? Cindi: Before I would answer that specifically, to give a little more context, there were a number of jewelry artists who were personally active in all the ways we were highlighting in this book, but their jewelry itself didn't reflect that. We had long debates about how to deal with that. Ultimately, for better or for worse, it came down to the fact that at the end of the day, the book was about the jewelry. It was rooted in the actual works of art. There were artists whose jewelry did not reflect their personal lives. With those artists, we were able to include them in the book in terms of quotes and information that helped set the stage and provide information, whether it was about things from their own lives, if they were professors, what was in their program, but their jewelry wasn't necessarily featured. I'm thinking of someone like Eleanor Moty, who was incredibly helpful in terms of the interview that Susan did and being a sounding board, but her jewelry didn't make it into the book pictorially. There were others who were also like that. I think I wouldn't necessarily call it gut-wrenching, but it was something we struggled with over a period of time, because these were artists who were very active; they were active in shows; they were teaching; they were going to Summervale; they were going to SNAG, some of them, some of them not. For me, Wayne Coulter is probably the big regret. I did an extensive interview with Wayne and his wife, Jan Brooks, and it was a great interview. He was very involved with Summervale, and a lot of his jewelry would have fit pictorially in the book, but we were never quite able to get the images and the materials we needed to include the jewelry. He's included, as is Jan, in terms of quotes and things like that. For me, that would be one that I regret. Sharon: This is not to say anybody's second tier. I don't mean that. Cindi: Oh no, not at all. Sometimes there are practicalities. This is a time when a lot of the artists don't even know, necessarily, where their jewelry from the late 60s or early 70s resides. Maybe they had slides of it, but those slides may not exist, or they may have been completely discolored. There were practical issues that made certain pieces and/or certain artists—we were unable to go as far as we wanted to. Susan, what do you think? Susan: Yeah, I completely agree with all that. I would say that we interviewed a lot of people that didn't get in the book. There was a lot of jewelry that started up right at the very end of the 70s and went into the 80s. We squeaked in a couple of those people, but what you have to think about is that we're showing you or talking about examples of people in various phases. Some people were very political. Some people weren't so political in their work necessarily, but they lived a counterculture lifestyle and participated in counterculture activities, and it shows up in their jewelry but not as strongly as in others. We tried to give a mix of examples of the things we were talking about, but as Cindi said, there were lots of people we interviewed that never showed up in the book. We must have interviewed Laurie Hall, for example, about three times. Her work isn't in the book, but Damian went on to write about her. That book will be coming out in the fall. We acquired an awful lot of information that didn't ever get in the book and people we interviewed that didn't get in the book. You just have to go with the most obvious choices at a certain point and think of them as examples of other people that you could have included, but you didn't. Maybe some people were upset by that, but you do have to make some decisions. As Cindi said, there are certain practical limitations. Sharon: I think I gave a birthday party when I was 13, and I was so traumatized by having to make decisions about the guest list. I always wonder about it, if you make decisions about who to put in and who to leave out. Do you know the name of the book about Laurie Hall? What's it called? Susan: It's called North by Northwest: The Stories of Laurie Hall. Or maybe The Jewelry of Laurie Hall. Sharon: That leads into my next question. Is there going to be a part two or an addition to the book you just wrote, In Flux? There's so much more material. Susan: Definitely, there's more material. Somebody needs to look at African-American jewelers. We barely got to include some aspects of that. Native American jewelers, too, have a whole history that we didn't really cover at all. These things are whole topics unto themselves, really. We hope someone will take up the mantle and find out more about that. There's a huge amount of continuing research. We don't have any plans to do that, so anybody listening can definitely take it up. Go for it. It's up to you. Sharon: It sounds like a great PhD project. Cindi: Yeah, it can be a PhD thesis. There could be a series of articles. It doesn't have to be a big book about something. You could do all whole symposium based on this topic. You started off with a question about our jewelry journey. I think this is and will be, for all of us, an ongoing journey. Susan and Damian have written this book on Laurie Hall. There will be other threads that, either collectively or individually, we'll want to take up in continuing our own journey off of this book, areas that piqued our interest and we'll go from there. As Susan said, we're hoping people will pick up the mantle. One of the things we learned through this process, and it's probably a lesson that should have been obvious to us beforehand, but the field of American jewelry is a young field. For most of its history, there have been dominant narratives. I'm part of that group of people who have helped with those dominant narratives. As a field evolves, you lay down the baseline, then you focus on individual artists, then you go back and start to layer in additional histories in a way that you can actually understand the full field. A lot of the artists we included in In Flux worked on the outskirts of what was previously the dominant narrative. I think as we proved, that doesn't make their work any less significant, influential, etc. from artists who were part of the dominant narrative. It's a phenomenal way for the field to continue to grow. I hope that as more institutions of all types focus on contemporary jewelry, it will engender additional layers of that story which will continue to propel the field forward. Sharon: Cindi, I noticed that when you look the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston website, you've been involved in a lot of online programming and symposia and things I didn't realize. I'm wondering when you're going to have a symposium on this subject. Cindi: It would be terrific. Up to this point, Susan and I have been invited to give talks. We did one with Craft in America last fall. We did with MAD. We've been invited on your jewelry podcast. I'm also going to be speaking for the Seattle Metals Guild Symposium next month. I would love to do a symposium. For me, in order to do a symposium right, it's not just about getting speakers together, which you can do virtually, but it's really about them coming together and having that in-person experience where you can have breakout sessions; you have the conversations in the hallways, all of those kinds of things. I would absolutely love to do that when it's safe to do it, which is not to say that—there are no current plans. I think our virtual talks have been fantastic, but it would be great to gather the tribe, so to speak, to gather people we interviewed for this book, to gather people who are interested and to share a day or two together to dive into this. I hope that can happen. Certainly, the door is open to it. I just think right now we're still figuring out what we can do in person and what we can't. Susan: I know many of those people are quite elderly at this point in time. Even as we were writing the book, people were dying. Cindi: Yeah, Ed Woell died. Ron Hill died, and now Nancy Gordon has died. Susan: Mary Tompkins passed away. Cindi: Mary Tompkins passed away. Several people had already passed away, but this history will not be quite the same unless people go and interview these older makers soon. This is part of the problem: with them dies a huge amount of information. It's impossible to know anything concrete about a jeweler unless you actually talk to them. Anyway, I hope that if people do want to take up this mantle or if they do a symposium, they do it soon, because they may be all gone by the time we get there. Sharon: People do it on Cartier and Renee Beauvois, and they're not around. Susan: They also kept better records and took better photographs. With those wealthy jewelry companies, it's very different than being a unique maker on your own in your little studio. Many of these people weren't even taking photographs of the work at the time necessarily, or if they were, certainly they were not great ones. They just clicked on a photo link on a slide back. This is not the wealthy, recorded advertising world of Cartier. This is a very different world. Cindi: As someone who has done a Cartier exhibition, I can also tell you that it's about the firm and about styles. You don't learn about who the individual designers were of X, Y and Z pieces, but Susan's right. For artists who are listening to this, it is incumbent upon you to document your work. Today, there are obviously tools that artists from the 60s and 70s could not have availed themselves of, which would have made it much easier. So, document your work, keep track of your work and update the way you document it, so that somebody 30 or 40 years from now who is wanting to do something in depth on you is not having to battle with an old technology that nobody knows how to use anymore, which then can make things invaluable. I'm old school. I'm a big believe in paper. I know that is completely against the way the world works, but I am wary. I have experience with recorded, even digital formats, that we don't have the equipment to use anymore; nobody knows how to use it. If you have a paper printout, you're never going to have that problem. I know that this is environmentally incorrect, that everybody's moving towards digital files. I have them myself, but I still like paper because it's what's going to be preserved for history. Sharon: That's very good advice about documenting. It benefits the artist now and makes life easier for those who follow as historians and people who want to look at it academically. Susan and Cindi, thank you so much for being with us today. It was so interesting. Susan, we look forward to your next part, 1A I guess we'll call it. Thank you so much. Susan: Thanks for having us, Sharon. It's been wonderful. Cindi: Thank you, Sharon. Sharon: Delighted to have you. Cindi: Please do let your audiences know that the book is widely available. My plug on all these things is that we know you can buy books from Amazon. Please buy your book from a local independent bookseller, or even better, come to the MFAH's website. You can buy it off of our website, which goes to support our museum's programs. We will have images posted on the website. You can find us wherever you download your podcasts, and please rate us. Please join us next time, when our guest will be another jewelry industry professional who will share their experience and expertise. Thank you so much for listening. Thank you again for listening. Please leave us a rating and review so we can help others start their own jewelry journey.
Michael has helped lives. He has given validation and honor back to those that have suffered trauma due to a sighting. And... he's created an outlet that is unique and supportive for countless individuals.This episode is also available on YouTube, where you'll see Michael and I analyze some of his drawings and the process he uses. It is highly suggested that you view this show to see what he is doing to create amazing drawings. You can also visit his YouTube channel The Drawings of Bigfoot as well as purchase some of his drawings online.Follow SOMETHING CRYPTID THIS WAY COMES on Instagram and Facebook. Subscribe to YouTube to be immersed in visuals and watch live interviews, and visit us online.EARLY RELEASES: Join OMM+ For as little as $3/month, with extra benefits for higher tiers, members will have access to extended episodes, behind-the-scenes interviews with guests, free merchandise, and many other exciting materials that will only be available through a membership. https://www.ommstories.com If you have a potential story to share, one you'd like to hear set to a story-telling format, or would even like to discuss sponsorship, send an email to Russ@ommstories.com We've got some GREAT swag and gear that you can find on Redbubble and Tee Public too. Stickers, t-shirts, mugs and more… you name it, we've got it!
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Lauren Barnes is the star defender of the NWSL's OL Reign. In addition to being named an All-American while playing at UCLA, Lauren was invited to train with the USWNT, competing with both the U20 and U23 teams. She has played with the OL Reign since 2013 and played abroad in both Australia and Sweden on loan. We chat with Lauren about her passion in environmentalism and her creation of the MAD (make a difference) Kits, which includes everything needed to help an athlete to live a more sustainable life. We also discuss with Lauren what is going on the NWSL right now and what she believes can be done moving forward to making positive change and what we can do to help! Enter to win your own Mad Kit: https://bit.ly/2ZwPatZ https://www.madtravelkits.com/
SEASON 4 PROLOGUE - "Investment From the Board"Written by Michael ZenkeIt would appear there is unrest among the investors. To prevent losing a partner, The Architect must think quick in order to guarantee the well-being of the project. A moth is always attracted to the flame...• Mark Whitten as Moth• Christa Lewis as Bez• Margaret Ashley as The Architect• Jason Wilson as XivvixS4PRE2 - DEAD AIRWritten by Arthur UnkA radio host uses his position to reveal a murderer live on air. Naturally, things don't go as planned...• Joe Stofko as Robert 'Howlin' Mad' Murphy / Narrator• Eddie Cooper as Ryan Bell• Graham Rowat as Announcer / Mayor Hart• David Cummings as Cap'n Dave• Sarah Rhea Werner as Newscaster• Jason Wilson as Sheriff Rowland• Christa Lewis as MimicEPISODE CONTENT WARNINGS• NoneHappy Halloween, Roomies! We encourage you to get out and about this season and embrace the night. Wear a mask. Howl at the moon. Let your demons free. Eat a bunch of candy. Perhaps visit Cap'n Dave's Fish and Chips for a greasy $4.99 fish basket. You could do worse. #StaySafe #StayGrey #HappyHalloween2021Thanks for joining us with this last preseason episode for the upcoming fourth season of The Grey Rooms Podcast. Keep your hands inside at all times and strap in for the ride of your death. Season 4 of The Grey Rooms premieres November 2021, but stay tuned for more preseason content coming soon, oh my!- The Grey Rooms TeamPODCAST CREDITS• Jason Wilson - Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor• JM Scherf - Musical Composition, Performance• Michael Zenke - Season Narrative, Writer, Editor• Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Social Media, Actor• Cassie Pertiet - Episode Artwork, Web Design, Merch, Creative Direction• Brooks Bigley - Social Media, Patreon, Show Notes, Behind the Door Host/Producer• Hail Scherf - Videography Director• N.M. Brown - Assistant Sound Engineer• Tori Miller - Community Managerwww.thegreyrooms.comDo you like what we have been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. It also allows us to create even more content exclusively for patrons as we continue to expand the Grey Rooms world.www.patreon.com/ThegreyroomsYour monthly donations also pay for the authors who write our episodes and the actors who perform them. This allows for the world at large to hear and embrace our story. Thanks for being part of our community and supporting us!EXTRA STUFF• Want to join the Grey Rooms Family and get your story featured in Season 5? Check out our submissions guidelines and write to your bloody heart's content!https://thegreyrooms.com/season-5-submissions/• We continue to rank on the Top 30 Thriller Book Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/thriller_book_podcasts/• We continue to rank on the Top 15 Horror Story Podcasts listhttps://blog.feedspot.com/horror_story_podcasts/• Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com• Listen to us on Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7p3D98H06RfUWkusfLIrUX• Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8lbFMzrrKp0e0cpk6KY9Ig• Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus so much more bonus content at www.patreon.com/thegreyrooms• You can also make a one-time donation at http://paypal.me/thegreyroomspodcast• Buy our merch at the TeePublic link below!www.teepublic.com/stores/the-grey-rooms?ref_id=8845&utm_campaign=The%2BGrey%2BRooms&utm_medium=8845&utm_source=affiliateSOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS• Redditwww.reddit.com/r/thegreyrooms/• Facebook Pagewww.facebook.com/thegreyroomspod/• Facebook Group for Emotional Supportwww.facebook.com/groups/thegreyrooms• Instagramwww.instagram.com/thegreyroomspodcast/• Twitterhttps://twitter.com/GreyRoomsPod• We have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us and other fans about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is very active there. The Warden and Bob also drop in now and again to keep the fans screaming and yelling. For entertainment purposes, of course. Join us here: https://discord.gg/4d93pFZThank you for supporting our show!The Grey Rooms Productions ℗ 2021
"We found a SNAKE and it's MAD." Feel that vaguely threatening vibe in the air? It's the personification of spooky season! And its howling at the moon as it crawls on its bony hands and knees toward Halloween, leaving behind it a week of unexpectedly delightful hockey and predictably frustrating off-ice developments. Eva joins Rave and Kelly from France to chat about the trappings of Christian Girl Fall, the highs of Kuzypremacy, the ongoing suffering of the Leafs, and the blood-curdling horror of mandatory workplace bonding activities. (Content warning: Discussion of sexual assault in the Blackhawks organization starts at 34:39 and ends at 40:46.) This episode was recorded on October 26, 2021. Support us on Patreon @ patreon.com/youcantdothat and check out our merch @ shop.spreadshirt.com/you-cant-do-that. Timecodes: (03:41) Christian Girl Fall | (13:38) #ALLCAPS | (34:39) Blackhawks update | (40:46) Elsewhere in the NHL | (52:00) Corporate Bonding Exercises
Folks, if you thought our run-ins with the Maggia, the Locust, El Tigre, and the Super-Adaptoid were dull... well, you ain't seen nothin' yet! Today we're meeting the man once known as Merlin the Mad... now, Warlock (not that Warlock... not the other one, either!) I already can't wait to read the Mutant Mail-Box letters about this one! Speaking of which, we've got one of those here! Also, Bullpen Bulletins, the Mighty Marvel Checklist, our own Mailbag... and even a dive into the Voicemail box! -- https://www.patreon.com/xlapsed X-Lapsed Voicemail: 623-396-5375 (or, 623-396-JERK) Twitter: @acecomics / Instagram: @90sxmen firstname.lastname@example.org chrisandreggie.podbean.com chrisisoninfiniteearths.com xlapsed.chrisisoninfiniteearths.com/ facebook.com/groups/90sxmen
In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by William Souder, the author of “Mad at the World: A Life of John Steinbeck”, to discuss the life of America's most celebrated novelist of the Great Depression, John Steinbeck. William Souder is an award-winning journalist and is the author of three books: Under a Wild Sky: John James Audubon and the Making of The Birds of America, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, A Plague of Frogs (Hyperion, 2000), which follows the investigation of outbreaks of deformed frogs across North America, and On a Farther Shore: The Life and Legacy of Rachel Carson (Crown, 2012), which was published on the 50th anniversary of Carson's Silent Spring and was a New York Times notable book of 2012. He lives in Grant, Minnesota. Visit our website: https://lithub.com/story-type/keen-on/ Email Andrew: email@example.com Watch the show live on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajkeen Watch the show live on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ankeen/ Watch the show live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lithub Watch the show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LiteraryHub/videos Subscribe to Andrew's newsletter: https://andrew2ec.substack.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MERSH DIET CHEAT DAY: Unbelievably, someone requested a FOIA in a case involving Owen Benjamin, and it has uncovered that over a year ago, Mersh (Nightwave Radio and Revenge Of The Cis) tried to have the internet ARRESTED for making fun of him. This is PRE-Mersh Effect, PRE- Bones, PRE-Triangle, PRE-lolcow, and PRE-Nightwave Before Christmas! Mersh named Pod Awful, Porsalin , and Allan Powell (as well as a few others) as "CRIMINAL SOCIOPATHS" out to ruin his life! Jesse, Porsalin, and Allan read the letter live, and commentate on it, while Mersh goes into a full on panic, and avoids doing Nightwave. FIRE UP YOUR TYPEWRITERS, and get ready for the LOLSUIT 2. It's official! According to Josh Moon from KiwiFarks and Mad at the Internet, Mersh is a lolcow. Want to see more Pod Awful hate mail, some behind-the-scenes footage, and watch a former Mersh SIMP melt down live in chat? Get the POD AWFTER SHOW for this episode in THE PIZZA FUND! $6 level. http://podawful.pizza VIDEO: https://youtu.be/dguPB6sHwGw RSS FEED: http://feeds.feedburner.com/podawful YOUTUBE: http://awful.tube TWITTER: https://twitter.com/OnlineRetard INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/podawful TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/podawful DLIVE: https://dlive.tv/PodAwful ODYSEE: https://odysee.com/@podawful:8 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/podawfultv CULT: http://podawful.com/cult DISCORD: http://podawful.com/discord MERCH: http://podawful.shop http://podawful.com #mersh #porsalin #podawful
Tim and I are talking about all things Friendship. What are the traits of a good friend? What kind of friend are you? When do you stay in it and when do you back away? Friends come and friends go. But this topic is always a relevant one. Give it a listen! Mad love! Interested in coaching and/or therapy? Reach out. www.annamarcolin.com
Torturing puppies to death is not simply a waste of money and cruel indifference — it's yet another indicator our government's “science” is controlled by psychopathic serial killers Globalists say chaos, famine, mass migration and war are coming — because of “climate change”. Back to Plan A NZ & Australian despots can't hide their glee at their unrestricted power to punish unvaxed people as untouchables. “That's what it is, yep.” Resistance building in USA against mandates (even in “blue” areas) as CDC plans “education & counseling” for unvaxed which they say will soon be redefined as less than 3 jabs Uncontrollable public school (23 arrests over a few days), brought under control by Dads coming to school. Who knew? Conservative press laments OSHA cover-up of mandated vaccine injuries until May 2022 give ammunition to the “conspiracy theorists” case TOPICS by TIMECODE 2:00 Why Liberty Won't Be Returned — ONLY TAKEN BACK. They don't even try to hide their glee at having unchecked power. The nannies of the Nanny State unashamed at their agenda to punish everyone who refuses the jab — “That's what it is, yep.” 17:00 NZ & Australia moving to next phase — concentration camps for unvaccinated 31:07 DeSantis calls Biden jab mandates “unconstitutional”. Working on $5,000 bonus for police fired in other states to come to FL. Meanwhile, Chicago City Council votes today on removing Mayor Lightfoot's mandate 37:54 Freedom tool — co-ops, especially for food 40:28 In-Out Burger — it truly is, a Mad, Mad, World. Florida government invites them to open up there. 54:41 Southwest — can the Davos CEO be trusted when he says no one will be fired for being unvaxed? 1:01:27 National Review is worried that OSHA's open conspiracy to cover up vaccine injuries proves “conspiracy theorists” right. Here's how OSHA is CONSPIRING to violate rules (and law) 1:15:03 WATCH: NY basketball fans in major protest as Kyrie Irving kept from playing b/c unvaxed 1:22:30 BOOM! Nurses Blow Whistle on Vax Danger & Pandemic Fraud. They're already speaking out anonymously. Wait until they're fired. Here's what they've seen… 1:54:55 Torturing Puppies, Live Vivisection of Human Babies. Torturing animals to death is symptomatic of a psychopathic child who goes on to mass murder. What do we say about a society that allows a psychopathic institutions like Fauci's NIH to continue? What do we say about a society that has more empathy for cruelly tortured puppies but no empathy for babies born alive then murdered for their organs to create trans humanist mice 2:24:30 Dr. says she saw some very strange things under microscope. As strange as it sounds, remember Japan removed 2.6 MILLION doses for contaminants that “reacted with magnets” 2:36:32 UN Threatens Chaos, Famine, Mass Migration, War…over Climate Change (reverting back to Plan A). And Biden wants more done for “Climate Refugees” coming by the tens of thousands over the border right now 2:51:02 “Dads on Duty” Bring Order to School in Chaos Multiple riots, 23 arrests. A volunteer group of dads brings order and peace to a school that the government couldn't control. The importance of family and father figures. Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.com If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation through Zelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.com Cash App at: $davidknightshow BTC to: bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7 Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621
TOPICS by TIMECODE below* Torturing puppies to death is not simply a waste of money and cruel indifference — it's yet another indicator our government's “science” is controlled by psychopathic serial killers* Globalists say chaos, famine, mass migration and war are coming — because of “climate change”. Back to Plan A* NZ & Australian despots can't hide their glee at their unrestricted power to punish unvaxed people as untouchables. “That's what it is, yep.”* Resistance building in USA against mandates (even in “blue” areas) as CDC plans “education & counseling” for unvaxed which they say will soon be redefined as less than 3 jabs* Uncontrollable public school (23 arrests over a few days), brought under control by Dads coming to school. Who knew?* Conservative press laments OSHA cover-up of mandated vaccine injuries until May 2022 give ammunition to the “conspiracy theorists” case2:00 Why Liberty Won't Be Returned — ONLY TAKEN BACK. They don't even try to hide their glee at having unchecked power. The nannies of the Nanny State unashamed at their agenda to punish everyone who refuses the jab — “That's what it is, yep.” 17:00 NZ & Australia moving to next phase — concentration camps for unvaccinated31:07 DeSantis calls Biden jab mandates “unconstitutional”. Working on $5,000 bonus for police fired in other states to come to FL. Meanwhile, Chicago City Council votes today on removing Mayor Lightfoot's mandate37:54 Freedom tool — co-ops, especially for food40:28 In-Out Burger — it truly is, a Mad, Mad, World. Florida government invites them to open up there.54:41 Southwest — can the Davos CEO be trusted when he says no one will be fired for being unvaxed? 1:01:27 National Review is worried that OSHA's open conspiracy to cover up vaccine injuries proves “conspiracy theorists” right. Here's how OSHA is CONSPIRING to violate rules (and law)1:15:03 WATCH: NY basketball fans in major protest as Kyrie Irving kept from playing b/c unvaxed1:22:30 BOOM! Nurses Blow Whistle on Vax Danger & Pandemic Fraud. They're already speaking out anonymously. Wait until they're fired. Here's what they've seen…1:54:55 Torturing Puppies, Live Vivisection of Human Babies. Torturing animals to death is symptomatic of a psychopathic child who goes on to mass murder. What do we say about a society that allows a psychopathic institutions like Fauci's NIH to continue? What do we say about a society that has more empathy for cruelly tortured puppies but no empathy for babies born alive then murdered for their organs to create trans humanist mice2:24:30 Dr. says she saw some very strange things under microscope. As strange as it sounds, remember Japan removed 2.6 MILLION doses for contaminants that “reacted with magnets” 2:36:32 UN Threatens Chaos, Famine, Mass Migration, War…over Climate Change (reverting back to Plan A). And Biden wants more done for “Climate Refugees” coming by the tens of thousands over the border right now2:51:02 “Dads on Duty” Bring Order to School in Chaos Multiple riots, 23 arrests. A volunteer group of dads brings order and peace to a school that the government couldn't control. The importance of family and father figures.Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-showOr you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at: $davidknightshowBTC to: bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621
Dlouho očekávaná adaptace klasiky science fiction Duna Franka Herberta tento týden zamířila i do českých kin. Jak obstojí současné zpracování proti kultovní adaptaci Davida Lynche z roku 1984? Představíme také animovaný film Michaely Pavlátové Moje slunce Mad na motivy románu Ivy Procházkové. Film už stihl získat na nejprestižnejším festivalu animovaných filmů v Annecy Cenu poroty v hlavní soutěži.
UNLOCKED Robbie & Abby do a deep dive on the only DC foreign policy think tank that has managed to slide its tentacles into the so-called 'anti establishment' world of the 'populist right. They go back to the origins of the think-tank starting with founder Herman Kahn the inventor of the nuclear war MAD strategy all the way to their most effective salesman, Saagar Enjeti of the The Hill Rising who attended an Israeli counter terrorism school and wrote for Kim Kagan's Institute for the Study of War right out of 4-year college. note: Saagar Enjeti was no longer officially working for the Hudson Institute by January 2021. This podcast was originally released exclusively to Media Roots Patreon subsribers on May 2021. Intro/Outro - Lawnmower Man SNES OST - Theme If you'd like to hear podcasts like this when they come out instead of waiting for them to be unlocked, consider subscribing to Media Roots Radio on Patreon // www.patreon.com/mediarootsradio Patreon subscribers at the $5 tier get access to an exclusive bonus episode per month. FOLLOW // twitter.com/AbbyMartin // twitter.com/FluorescentGrey
Every great movie has a great villain. The Buttery Bros, Heber Cannon and Marston Sawyers, join Sean and Tommy to draft the top villains in movie history. Mad titans, dark Lords, mean girls, bloodthirsty aliens and bumbling burglars make this draft our most evil yet. Find out who chose the best of the worst on this edition of Podium Picks!
Liam gets mad at Greg to start everything off, but we can't ignore what Alphonso Davies is doing for Canada, and how the team is getting closer to a potential World Cup. We also speak about how it's difficult for players to play at the top level for so long, Neymar and we even get into some random topics like crime investigations. Use code 90minute for 10% off GFuel - https://gfuel.ly/2XQPCmo 0:00 - Welcome back 2:27 - Liam is Mad at Greg 6:23 - Alphonso Davies & Canada 13:50 - Footballers potentials and peaks 16:10 - Neymar & Ibrahimovic 23:33 - More Ballon d'Or talk 28:00 - Random Banter Begins
We aren't just working to get rich; we are working to get free! And freedom takes intention. Mad focus. Belief and action. On this episode of Mindset Monday I share the three steps you need to build a financial fortress around your family. I teach about financial LEVERAGE and how to make investments that will truly set you free. Come party with me on Instagram: @angie.garner Set your day up for SUCCESS with my morning routine (it's free!): www.angiefreebie.com/guide/
Hey Ken Krueger!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! Chunga has a new update! He went to a buffet ... a fancy one! How did it go?! Not well ... REALLY not well. The buffet was great but ... Chunga had an "incident." IT WAS BAD!Gregg is MAD! He's really angry!!! He's looked high and low for Halloween Reese's Peanut Butter Pumpkins! Have you noticed, they're nowhere to be found?!! Paul McCartney has done it all ... and he's really old! Yet, he's still tough enough to pick a fight with the Rolling Stones!!! Why? Why Paul!!??Chunga has not seen the new James Bond movie. Have you? What did you think?!? Josh was late to the show because a deer tried to get him, Gregg has another Halloween movie recommendation ... AND it's time for another round of Headline D&D! LISTEN NOW!!!
Wretched Radio | Air Date: October 14, 2021 Segment 1 New sex-ed curriculum being introduced in schools around the country. K-12 children are included. Segment 2 Critical Theory is being utilized to radically transform America. Two Parent families are being considered a white construct and racist. Segment 3 Gentlemen…count your blessings. How many stories can we […] The post It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World appeared first on Wretched.