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The gang comes together to discuss all the nonsense from the Paulo Costa/Marvin Vettori fight week. They next discuss soon-to-be-free-agent Nate Diaz's future in the sport. The gang also makes their picks for this weekend's STACKED UFC267 card. They talk about the two title fights and matchup between Makhachev and Hooker. All that and another edition of "Stuff We Like."
Welcome to the Things That Shape Us podcast. My name is Jonathan Wymer and I'm joined by James Gary to discuss a various range of subjects that are all related to one idea: How those things shape our lives.In this episode, James and I discuss MANY THINGS that shaped our lives. Coming off a two-week hiatus with much vacationing and work steering our attention, James and I return to the mics to discuss some of the things that's been going on with us: theatrical experiences, daily reading regimens, and how art projects have kept us in limbo when it comes to socializing.ANNOUNCEMENT IN EPISODE:New Release Schedule:James and I are shifting our episode release dates to a minimum of 2 / Month. You can expect to hear our lovely voices on the 1st and Last Monday of every month with the potential of a bonus 3rd episode. We'll miss spending every week with you, but duty calls!Attention Scan, a science fiction novel by Jonathan Wymer & Joshua Messarge isON AMAZON AT A NEW PRICE! - $12.99 - Paperback - Order your copy today!(Advertisement Music provided by Cody Glodfelter. All rights reserved.)Original Jingle & Logo by Lisa Wymer.Produced & Edited by Jonathan Wymer.Mixed and Designed by James Gary.EMAIL US with questions, comments, or weird stories at JonesportStories@gmail.com.
Huge thanks to this weeks sponsor MANSCAPED! Use our code ICMAP on manscaped.com for 20% off AND free delivery! Tom and Ben head back to the early nineteen hundreds to uncover one of the most gruesome cases of human depravity in history - The Boogey Man, The Brooklyn Vampire, The Werewolf of Wysteria, The Grey Man: Albert Fish. What drove Fish to commit such dark and unbelievable acts? How was he able to remain undetected despite displaying such bizarre patterns of behaviour? And what key moment lead to his capture and eventual execution? Tune in and all will be revealed! Check out our new merch: www.icmap.store Support ICMAP on Patreon HERE https://www.patreon.com/couldmurderapod Follow our socials: @couldmurderapod Written & Presented by Tom Norris & Ben Carter | @nozzer89 @thisiscarts Produced & Mixed by Dan Lambert at Boston Sound | @bstnsnd Additional voice over by Dan Lambert Additional research and timelines written by Danielle St Romaine Artwork & animation by Phil Whitton | @philwhitz Opening theme by Alfie Indra | @alfieindra **Please kindly give the show a rating and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you find us in your ears at the moment. It helps us so, so much and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks for your support. Until next time!**
Back by request...this special 20 minute “extended mini” is perfect to use for deeply relaxing, napping, or falling asleep. There's an intro but no outro... instead the track just slowly fades away. Mixed with ambient sounds of fans, distant ocean rhythms, and even the ever so slight sound of people talking in the far, far, distance from time to time. I hope you enjoy it!
Longtime friends and Cryptid-enthusiasts Ant and Germ take a much-needed trip to reconnect and seek out some local legends…Written by Beth Morton. Winner of the Creepy Cooking Staff Writing Challenge.Read by Abysmii and David King.Mixed and edited by David King.
Anansi's Children is a classic African folktale from the country of Ghana. This popular story has traveled to the Caribbean, southern America, and out of the mouths of storytellers around the world. A "why" story tells of how working together with individual talents brings about community success. Music: (c) Go Round by Down DeepMixed & Mastered by King DJ CanalSee Aunti Oni here; Aunti Oni.funIf you love Anansi's Children, show you care and share it with family and friends everywhere! Thanks! Support Aunti Oni Story Village & donate. Thanks! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
About a month ago Jason Murphy from porchdrinking.com hit me up on Instagram and said, "You gotta check out Covert Artisan Ales." So I did. Covert founders Dan and Stacey Berry joined us this week to talk about their Sioux Falls, South Dakota brewery. SD was a holdout on jumping on the BGR train. Back in 2018 we even did a Sucking up to South Dakota segment in one of our episodes with Stan Hieronymus. I'm happy to say that SD is now one our Top 50 states for listeners. As we talk about controversial beer opinions and pleated pants we sampled some of Covert's brews. Gin and Rye barrel-aged BANG! BANG! mixed fermentation ales, Dana wild ale dry hopped with Nelson Sauvin, and my favorite, Basis sour quad fermented on blueberries then aged in bourbon barrels. Dan shares some of the meaning behind the shapes and colors of Covert, and everyone gets an invite to visit South Dakota to enjoy the beer, the parks, and the food. Let's do it. The Beer List Covert Artisan Ales DANA | American wild ale dry hopped with Nelson Sauvin Basis | Sour quad with blueberries conditioned in a select bourbon barrel. Gin Barrel-Aged Bang! Bang! | Mixed fermentation ale aged in gin barrels Rye Barrel-Aged Bang! Bang! | Mixed fermentation ale aged in rye barrels Primtemps - Wild ale fermented in red wine barrels, dry hopped with Nelson Sauvin
A listener's economic question kicks off this episode although Patrick admits to his own self-interest. Following the listener's follow-up research on Supernova, the signals and signs are out there, but what are they? The conversation inside The Boardroom turns to investing and the economy. As you can imagine, this episode earns its fair share of financial disclaimers. Paul chooses to self-manage his portfolio, but that begs the questions of how and why. Diversification goes a lot further than choosing multiple asset classes. Paul shares his investing mindset that goes beyond increasing wealth and into preservation. From crypto to commodities, there are various playbooks out there, but is there one that can solve for inflation? Paul can't predict the future, but he does see trends reversing. Has anyone ever accused Paul of wearing rose colored glasses? He shares his take on massive demographic shifts and the very real threats of inflation. Tax receipts are at an all-time high, but they still can't keep up with the US's debt to GDP ratio. How will the US government navigate out of this extreme liability? Negative forward returns are on the horizon. There can be a variety of extreme outcomes. Take note. Ignorance will not excuse poor preparation. While it may or may not change who you choose to follow on Instagram, it's time to sign off with one last reminder that Paul, Patrick, and The Boardroom Buzz disclaim all liability. Co-Produced, Edited, and Mixed by Dylan Seals of Verbell.Ltd
Paul Hill, Ralph Wilkins and Dr. Jenifer Millard host. Damien Phillips, John Wildridge and Dustin Ruoff produce. The Discussion: Tales from a dark sky weekend. Jen appearing on the Cosmic Companion and at the Open University Space Society. Emails on space tourism and from a US state penitentiary. And a touching letter from Randy Crocker in Clayton, Alabama. The News: NASA gets ready to test an asteroid redirect mission. Shatner in space. Mixed fortunes in the news for Bezos & Musk. The James Webb Space Telescope is still on track for a December launch. The news discussion: NASA's Lucy mission to Jupiter's Trojan asteroids. Moons of the Solar System: Our show segment exploring the discovery, exploration and our knowledge of the solar system's moons. This month we complete this segment with a look at moons around asteroids and the tantalising glimpses of moons around planets outside our solar system. www.awesomeastronomy.com Bio: Awesome Astronomy is a podcast beamed direct from an underground bunker on Mars to promote science, space and astronomy (and enslave Earth if all goes well). We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
Thousands of teenagers in Auckland are going back to school next week for the first time in two months. The government has given the green light for schools in alert level three regions, currently Auckland and Waikato, to reopen classrooms to students in Years 11, 12 and 13 on Tuesday. It has also announced NCEA and Scholarship exams are going ahead in November, even in alert level 3 regions. Here's our education correspondent, John Gerritsen.
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Who Curates the curator? We may never know. But we do know but that the restored movies that Matthew Chadourne AND the Criterion Collection … collect are a MIXED bag of movies. All things Mathew is at (QEDComedyLab.com and this is GREAT. You will love. Donate to The Dork Forest if you like the show. There's paypal links and venmo my email address. Links to everything is at www.dorkforest.com or . Merch: My current album “I Am Not the Hero of This Story” available on Amazon, iTunes and hard copy if you want it signed on the website. As well as TDF tshirts, standup shirts and other CDs and just videos of my comedy. Premium eps of TDF are taped live and available here: https://thedorkforest.bandcamp.com/ Youtube has everything too: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheDorkForest and @jackiekashian on all the social mediaz. Audio and Video by Patrick Brady Music is by Mike Ruekberg Website design by Vilmos #applepodcasts #spotify #pandora #youtube #tiktok
(00:00) Local News Chat: Covid Vaccines & Drunkest Counties (18:30) Your Take on Rising Prices for Natural Gas & Gasoline (38:30) Tiffany Holtz, Coldwell Banker, on Housing Dynamics (56:30) Dr Judy Baseman, Superintendent, Appleton Schools (86:30) The Takeaway: Evaluating Expertise By Association
Singer-songwriter Julien Baker joins Katie on this episode to talk about exploring spirituality outside of the church and how she translates her experience into her music. Julien explains why, despite not wanting to be called a ‘Christian” she still has a strong affinity for the bible, and how her understanding of “God” has changed.Julien Rose Baker is an American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. She has received widespread critical acclaim for her music, which often confronts issues of spirituality, addiction, mental illness, and human nature. Her latest album, “Little Oblivions”, is available now.This episode of The Recovering Catholic was Produced & Hosted by Katie Pruitt. Artwork by: Sami Wideberg (Stolen Trailers Studios), Mixed by: Guy Fell. Edited by: Justin Thomas (Revoice Media) with Osiris Production led by Kirsten Cluthe. Theme Music by Katie Pruitt, Music by Julien Baker. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Recording artist Karen Waldrup and record producer Paul Worley join us in the studio on this episode. Karen discusses what it takes to release her new music, with Paul at the helm, producing the project. Karen and Paul share how she's funding her new project, through in a new and innovative way called Music Benefactors, an SEC registered investment platform, designed to help the independent artist fund their projects thru their fan base as investors. As a Country singer/songwriter and innovative entrepreneur Karen has captivated audiences all over the world through her authenticity, charismatic live performances and her new styling of nostalgic (as well as modern) country music. Her Waldrup Worldwide fan base is 1,000,000 people strong and growing daily. Her online videos have been viewed over 400 million times. Karen has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, People Magazine, Netflix, The Hallmark Channel, Bravo TV, Facebook Artist of the Day, NASCAR ESPN Live, the NFL Experience Superbowl XLVII, CMT and hundreds of other outlets world-wide. She has scored 12 Nashville Industry Music Awards and won the 2019 Torch Award from the Keith Whitley Fingerprint on Country Music Awards. Throughout her career, Waldrup has played sold-out shows in such cities as London, Atlanta, Knoxville, Dallas and beyond. Waldrup currently hosts a weekly online series on Country Rebel's Facebook page entitled "Waldrup Wednesday". The show initially airs every Wednesday at 5PM CT and can be accessed on-demand anytime via Facebook and YouTube. Paul Worley is known for his work in country music. Formerly a vice president at Sony BMG, he later joined the staff of Warner Bros. Records' Nashville division as chief creative officer. Since leaving Warner in the early 2000s, Worley has worked mainly as a record producer for other acts, such as Big & Rich, as well as an occasional session guitarist. He is most widely known as the co- producer (with Victoria Shaw) of the self-titled debut album of Lady Antebellum (2008) and as one of the producers of their second album, Need You Now (2010). He also discovered the Dixie Chicks and, with Blake Chancey, co-produced their first two albums. www.musicbenefactors.com/karenwaldrup www.karenwaldrup.com The music provided for this episode is from: Artist: Karen Waldrup Single: “I Go By Jane Doe” BMI Songwriters: Karen Waldrup, Brandon Darcy, Ben Russell Artist: Karen Waldrup Single: “Over The Ocean” BMI Songwriters: Karen Waldrup, Brandon Darcy, Ben Russell Artist: Karen Waldrup Single: “Justified” BMI Songwriters: Karen Waldrup, Brian Kolb The Business Side of Music ™ © 2021 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Co-Produced and Hosted (by the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer, Creator, and Technical Advisor (the man behind the curtain): Tom Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Audio/Video Editor Mark Sabella Midnight Express Studio Olian, NY Marketing and Social Media: Kaitlin Fritts Executive Assistant to Bob and Tom (the one who keeps us on track and our schedules straight) Tammy Kowalski All Around Problem Solver: Connie Ribas Recorded inside an old Airstream Trailer on Music Row in Nashville, TN (cause that's about all that's left these days) Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Donelson, TN Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to Tom Sabella and Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original “Business Side of Music” podcast, and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: Sponsorship information Interview submission #thebusinesssideofmusicpodcast#muiscbusiness#podcast
Former President Donald Trump is suing to block the release of White House records as part of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot investigation. And the launch of the first U.S. bitcoin futures ETF marks a milestone for the industry. Peter Granitz hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey y'all just a quick solo sode to remind you that the is one week left for the Be your mixed ass self T-shirt Fundraiser. We are trying to raise $1500 to finish out the year of shows AND hire a consulting producer to take Militantly Mixed to the next level! * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed * * * Produced and Edited by Sharmane Fury Music by: David Bogan, the One - https://www.dbtheone.com/ * * * Connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or send me a voice memo over email at Sharmane@militantlymixed.com. * * * Militantly Mixed is a fan-sponsored podcast, if you are enjoying the show please consider sponsoring us on Patreon or Paypal today! Thank you. This is a ManeHustle Media Podcast. Turn your side hustle into your ManeHustle.
Episode two of Breaking Waves: Seattle begins with the release of what Charles Cross has labeled “the purest statement” of the grunge movement—the seminal Temple of the Dog album, created in memory of the late Andrew Wood. At the same time, Pearl Jam was formed, Nirvana was gathering strength and Soundgarden was refining their iconic metal-influenced sound. Then, in the Fall of ‘91, the Seattle scene produced three of the most influential rock albums of all time: Pearl Jam's “Ten,” Soundgarden's “Badmotorfinger,” and Nirvana's “Nevermind.” Following this, there was no going back. Seattle had transformed itself from a small local scene into the center of the musical universe. Next on Breaking Waves: Seattle: after the scene rides the wave to the top, who will survive the crash that follows? Breaking Waves was produced for Audacy by Osiris Media. For Audacy, Executive Producers are Tim Murphy and Corey Podolsky. Creative Directors are Dave Richards, Leslie Scott and Ryan Castle. For Osiris Media, Executive Producers are RJ Bee, Kirsten Cluthe and Brad Stratton. The show was produced by Brian Brinkman, and written by Jim Allen. Edited and Mixed by Brad Stratton. Narrated by Ryan Castle. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The gang comes together to discuss Bellator's setting the finals of their light heavyweight grand prix. They also discuss the controversy coming out the Aspen Ladd's loss to Norma Dumont. The gang discusses Ariel Helwani savaging Brendan Schaub on a weekly basis along with the other MMA news of the week. They also make their picks for this weekend's UFC and Bellator events. All that and another edition of "Stuff We Like."
Lots to talk about this week, big topics being the Battlefield 2042 Beta and Back 4 Blood impressions. New games were played this week and we have some of our impressions of Metroid Dread, Far Cry 6, and Dysmantle. Best news being the slightly over priced meme to real life Xbox Series X mini fridge. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sweatyplebs/message
Tech shares post strong gains. U.S. industrial production fell in September. Albertsons says grocery sales remain strong. Zillow to pause its house-flipping business. Bitcoin price climbs ahead of expected ETF launch. J.R. Whalen reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever wanted to watch a movie about a Furby on PCP and spawned from hell?! Well Pooka is probably as close as you're going to get to that. Listen in as the guys breakdown the worst to slightly sub-par horror movie (depending on who's rating it) that they've seen. This is the second episode in their annual four part Halloween/Horror Movie podcast series. Sit back with some warm apple cider, grab a knife and carve a pumpkin while this episode plays through your speakers. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wdtp/support
This week we are joined by Sydni Beaudoin! Sydni is a New York City based actor, dancer, and singer. Move over Jennifer Garner, Sydni was the real star of 13 going on 30 . She was also in the hit musical Mamma Mia! on Broadway! These days, look out for Sydni on your TV screen, in shows and commercials. In this episode we discuss growing up in Orange County, California, twerking, rehearsals, being biracial, starting acting at 5 years old, being in tampon commercials, and so much more. You don't want to miss out on our discussion about the formula of musicals! Give it a listen!Follow Sydni: @sydnibeaudoinFollow the podcast: @aloneatlunchpodCarly: @carlyjmontagEmily: @thefunnywalshEmail us! Aloneatlunch@gmail.com**LEAVE US A RATING AND REVIEW**
With an academic and professional background in journalism, Trace Gaynor wears many hats. He is a singer with a cappella boyband, the Filharmonic, and content producer for MYX News and One Down Media. One of Trace's most controversial pieces for One Down Media has more than 300K views on Facebook. It's called, "Is Mixed Filipino Better for TV?" In this episode we delve deeper into this question and discuss how it has applied to Trace's career trajectory as a mixed Filipino himself. Follow Trace Gaynor, @tracegaynor, and check out MYX News as well as One Down Media. Stay connected with MeSearch at https://www.mesearchpodcast.com/ and via social media (@mesearchpodcast): Twitter: https://twitter.com/MeSearchPodcast Instagram: https://instagram.com/MeSearchPodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mesearchpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mesearchpodcast/message
This week, Tom and Ben explore the chilling case of “one of the most meticulous serial killers of modern times” - The Kill Kit Killer: Israel Keyes. Were there any clear red flags or warning signs during Keyes' childhood? How did Keyes manage to remain completely undetected for so much time, through so many different states? Were there any cryptic clues in Keyes' lengthy suicide note? And has he perhaps taken the identities (and locations) of dozens of additional victims to his grave? Tune in and all will be revealed! Follow our socials: @couldmurderapod Written & Presented by Tom Norris & Ben Carter | @nozzer89 @thisiscarts Produced & Mixed by Dan Lambert at Boston Sound | @bstnsnd Additional research and timelines written by Danielle St Romaine Artwork & animation by Phil Whitton | @philwhitz Opening theme by Alfie Indra | @alfieindra **Please kindly give the show a rating and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you find us in your ears at the moment. It helps us so, so much and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks for your support. Until next time!**
HowdyHope all is well with you and you're staying safe ( wash your hands )Autumn always makes me feel quite melancholy ( October especially ) not a bad thing, mind, and sometime that reflects in the music I listen toSo just over an hour of melancholic tunes ( to my ears anyways ) for your listening pleasurePlease enjoy Autumn Leaves 4tracklistIntro - Donny HathawayLetter To Hermione - David BowieWild is the Wind - Nina Simone Maggot Brain - FunkadelicSlowlene - Dolly PartonLeaving ( instrumental ) - DiverseThe Interim - Diana RossThe Message ( instrumental ) - Dr DreThe Crystal Ship - The DoorsI Miss You ft Faith Evans - DMXPandora ( For Cindy ) - Cocteau TwinsI Can't Make You Love Me - George MichaelLord Help Me - Donny HathawayBetter Than I Imagined ft H.E.R. And Meshell Ndegeocello ) - Robert Glasper
"Be curious about learning from differences as opposed to rejecting differences." Daralyse Lyons Creating environments that are all-inclusive goes beyond the narrow distinctions already in existence. This is because social constructs and spaces are always evolving and efforts need to focus on research, data, and continuous training to achieve desirable impacts. Daralyse Lyons has been in this space for a while and insists that it all starts from identifying and acknowledging the multiple identities that characterize an individual, then extending the same understanding to others. Daralyse Lyons is a journalist, an actor, and an activist. She has written more than two dozen full-length books, a handful of short stories, and countless articles, performed in various plays and in improve comedy shows. She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and a summa cum laude graduate of NYU, with a double-major in English and Religious Studies and a minor in History. After writing an award-winning children's book (I'm Mixed!) about embracing her multiethnic heritage, Daralyse found her passion and purpose in educating others about the need to embrace all aspects of themselves. She then went on to create the Demystifying Diversity Podcast and to write the book Demystifying Diversity: Embracing Our Shared Humanity https://amzn.to/2XssIS9. She works tirelessly as a full-time DEI expert and inclusivity strategist. In today's episode, our guest will dive deeper ,/ into the concept of diversity and how she facilitates conversations around being different and inclusivity. Listen in! Social media: https://www.demystifyingdiversitypodcast.com/ https://www.daralyselyons.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqAEPNoJUSd3Nfoq0MXtfdg https://www.facebook.com/The-Transformational-Storyteller1056439807729364/ https://twitter.com/daralyselyons https://www.instagram.com/daralyselyons/ https://www.amazon.com/Daralyse Lyons/e/B00J9NBV9S/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1512953330&sr=1-1 I do a lot of work on the Demystifying Diversity Podcast, which entails interviewing people on topics about diversity, equity, and inclusion. [4:04] I also do a lot of writing that brings stories and voices to the forefront that I think sometimes are silenced and unheard and share those stories with my audience. [4:49] I feel like the work that I do is deeply individual. It occurs within the context of the individual and society and the various communities we're members of. [5:35] We are all part of various communal ecosystems, and there's no way for those ecosystems to thrive without supporting the individuals to thrive in the fullness of their identity. [5:56] One of the problems with lack of diversity is that it makes it so that we don't question the paradigms that we're operating in. [7:12] Exposure to the fluidity of interpretation of experience has allowed more freedom for people of all genders to question their circumstances. [8:04] The more exposure we gain to difference, the more it allows us to question real beliefs and value systems. [8:07] So many people feel limited by certain rules and cultural norms, but sometimes it takes one person to be courageous enough to step outside the box to motivate others. [13:01] I encourage people to create safety in your community and be willing to ask questions. [14:47] Being an independent thinker and not just falling into the status quo is probably the greatest asset. [17:50] Fear is a natural human response, and fear of being different and going against the grain is something that most of us will experience even while we're being different and going against the grain. [19:24] I have a bigger sense of purpose, meaning, and connection to other people and a desire to pave the way for a better tomorrow that I'm willing to take that step. [19:42] I would encourage people to be fearful, not fearless, because if you're courageous, the chances are you're probably operating within your same old comfort zone. [20:36] Commercial break. [20:59] My book amplifies stories of people who have experienced a vast array of what it is to be human,. [22:44] Most of us have several different identities and belong to a number of different communities. This opens us up to the richness of our complex and interconnected social matrix. [24:12] This awareness that we can belong to multiple communities and want to feel embraced in the fullness of who we are, in and of itself, can be hugely empowering for people. [25:08] There's always something that is different between you and someone else, and there's always something that is there that is similar or overlapping. [27:25] I would just encourage people to look at us all as these beautiful, unique human fingerprints, but all very similar at the end of the day. [27:34] Most people have an experience of being misjudged, and it's always painful to be on the receiving end of that, yet most of us are walking around judging people all the time. [28:56] The most meaningful human interactions I have had have been with people who think very differently than I think or have been through different experiences than me. [29:27] I encourage people to be curious about learning from difference as opposed to rejecting difference. [31:37] Be yourself and then also create opportunities for others to be themselves. It is not a one-day event but a daily practice. [33:17] Find what you need to change within yourself to create that safety where you lead with listening and love; the world would be a much better place. [33:59] …………………..….. TopDog Learning Group, LLC is a leadership, change management, and diversity and inclusion consulting firm based in Orlando, FL, USA but with “TopDoggers” (aka consultants) throughout North America and beyond. They focus on training programs (both virtual and face-to-face), keynotes and “lunch and learns,” group and 1:1 coaching, and off-the-shelf solutions. One such solution is their Masterclass on The Top 3 Strategies to be Resilient in Times of Change. This thoughtful self-paced online training will guide you through three tactics you can immediately use to—not just survive—but thrive when change comes at you. Use the code RESIL50OFF for 50% off the program! 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The Discussion: Tales from a dark sky weekend Jen appearing on the Cosmic Companion and at the Open University Space Society Emails on space tourism and from a US state penitentiary The News: NASA gets ready to test an asteroid redirect mission Shatner in space Mixed fortunes in the news for Bezos & Musk The James Webb Space Telescope is still on track for a December launch The news discussion: NASA's Lucy mission to Jupiter's Trojan asteroids. Moons of the Solar System: Our show segment exploring the discovery, exploration and our knowledge of the solar system's moons. This month we complete this segment with a look at moons around asteroids and the tantalising glimpses of moons around planets outside our solar system.
Mike looks at a new paper from Australia which questions the power of placebo, Marsh investigates a new survey which claims half of young British people attend church every month, and Alice talks about what happened when she went in for surgery. Mixed and edited by Morgan Clarke.
Paul goes unplugged in this interview. Literally. Maybe this was part of Paul's plan to get Allan back for another episode, but the show must go on. This isn't an ivory tower novel. What was the powering force for Allan writing The 1-Page Marketing Plan? You'll be glad that Allan wrote a book to himself but shared it with everyone. Paul name drops some of the biggest names in direct response marketing. Pop quiz, Allan… Shots fired. Allan says, "Don't start with why. Start with buy." From attribution to target market, The Boardroom Buzz guest gives great advice on marketing for service businesses. Would it really be a Boardroom Buzz episode without mentioning pricing? Allan even gives his recent experience shopping for a plumber… and from there, a 1-star idea is born. You would clone your customers (at least most of them), but how can you scale your business through word of mouth marketing? “Orchestrating and Stimulating Referrals” gets a chapter all to itself. Implementing the template will more than pay for your copy of Allan's book. Kohl's finds a way to set a hook in the Baldwin budget. Have you implemented a voucher into your marketing strategy? Patrick wasn't expecting to find a derivative of The Pareto Principle (the 80/20 Rule) in Allan's “marketing” book. There's a lot more than marketing in this bestseller. High five for this week's guest as he shares his take on entrepreneurship as a tool for social good. If you get to listen to 1% of this episode, then listen to the angel investor bit ;) Co-Produced, Edited, and Mixed by Dylan Seals of Verbell.Ltd
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Southeast Asia is especially vulnerable to storms, rising oceans, and other climate effects—though countries in the region did very little to create the crisis. In Indonesia, among other climate-related challenges, the capital city is sinking into the sea. Part 5 of our series, The Repair, on the climate emergency. Reported by Nita Roshita, with recording and production help from Hilman Handoni. Mixed by host John Biewen. Interviews with Bondan Kanumoyoso, Yayat Supriatna, Selamet Daroyni, Amalia Syafruddin, and others. The series editor is Cheryl Devall. Music in this episode by Lil Haydn, Kim Carroll, Chris Westlake, Lesley Barber, and Fabian Almazan. Music consulting by Joe Augustine of Narrative Music.
The anticipation has been building for hours, months...maybe even years. So many hours spent listening to shows, so much planning just to get you into the venue and in your spot for the moment we all wait for: when the lights finally drop. It's a moment of ecstasy for many, a relief for others, and the beginning of the journey into the unknown of that night's show for all of us in attendance. In this episode, we explore the routines and stories from the community—hearing about what many of us do to ensure we're exactly where we need to be to get the most out of each show. We also further explore our diverse community. We meet the rail riders, as well as activists who are doing all they can to ensure the safety of all fans at a show. Featuring stories from Lacy Boughn, Ashley Griffin, Dave Calarco, Ashley Driscoll, and more, we further explore why the Phish scene continues to evolve, and how we can be a kinder, more respectful community. We're going to take an extended set break while we all enjoy Phish's Fall Tour. We'll be back on Wednesday, November 3!Undermine is brought to you by Osiris Media, the leading music storyteller. Executive Producers are Tom Marshall, RJ Bee, Brian Brinkman and Matt Dwyer. Written by Benjy Eisen. Produced and Edited by Brian Brinkman. Mixed and Mastered by Matt Dwyer. Produced by David Goldstein, Jonathan Hart, Brad TenBrook and Dawn Jenkins. Production assistance and writing by Noah Eckstein and Julia Shuster. Social media by Nick Cejas. Original music by Amar Sastry. Show art by Mark Dowd. Thank you to all of our interviewees. Thanks to our partners: Undermine is sponsored by Upslope Brewing Company.Check out Sunset Lake CBD and use Undermine for 20% off your purchase. Visit Green Future Wealth and use Undermine to schedule a free consultation. Get new Phish Food Non-Dairy delivered right to your couch. Discover Garcia Hand Picked cannabis!Find out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
* TX Gov Abbott signs bill from GOP legislature that PROHIBITS PRIVATE COMPANIES' employee #VaccineMandates or customer #VaccinePassports* As BigPharma propaganda ramps up for kid-jabs, 4 & 5 yr old suffer heart issues when given mistakenly* Southwest Airlines employee rebellion against mandates continues and becomes rally point against tyranny as airline denies* Mixed results in court challenges* Great Depression Reset — Biden (and globalists) attempt to kill jobs, kill energy grid, kill supply lines, kill liberty & rule of lawTOPICS by TIMECODE2:04 STOP Mandate BLUFF: It's NOW or NEVER. As “deadline” for jab or job arrives, resistance builds. If we fail, here's what's next…32:57 Nurse fired for no jab, hospital system uses HER PICTURE to recruit her replacement and offer a BONUS to the replacement worker43:54 A Tale of Two Mandate Challenges: Religious & Medical Exemptions. Verdicts on two challenges to jab mandates, two different colleges in Michigan, one religious exemption and one medical exemption — two very different verdicts51:42 Listeners' letters. A cop realizes I'm not anti-cop. Fauci's narcissism on display in his documentary.1:01:11 Rikers Island — the inmates are running the asylum, LITERALLY. Alarming, but perhaps a glimmer of hope ;-)1:09:48 Kids' Psychological Damage “Face Blindness” as Mask War Escalates in Florida. Leftist writer realizes how her kindergartener is being damaged psychologically. Florida & Biden wage war with competing fines & subsidies over school boards' mask policy1:29:45 Perfect storm of climate rules for lockdown, depopulation, energy shortage1:34:52 Charles Runs His Car on “Wine & Cheese”? Globalists Taking Down Power Grid Around the World. In country after country, the globalists are taking down the power grid in the name of “climate change”. USA, Europe, even India & China can't get “demon coal” and are rationing. It's a war.1:53:21 From Bill Maher to Rabobank everyone sees what Biden is doing to jobs, infrastructure and energy — bracing for what's next. Volatility in lumber in housing market, commercial real estate on the rocks1:59:12 Another veteran cop in Australia comes out against the police state2:12:02 Listeners' letters. County patriots organizing, “taking back country, one county at a time”, USDA blackmailing companies to comply with masks & vaccine mandates, and a good source for ivermectin during the shortage2:29:17 Drug Store Gives 4 & 5 yo Kids Pfizer — Heart Issues Ensue. Retail therapy. Drug store mixes up flu shot w Trump shot. Gives adult dose (3x's recommended but adults have been given 6x's with errors)2:38:04 “Operation Warped Screed” and cognitive dissonance. Pastor hates vax, complains about Trump continuing to support taking his shots, will help people with religious exemption — but defends Trump even though he created the jabs and pushed to remove religious exemptions.2:54:46 “BLT Sandwich”: Making “Humanized Mice” with Baby Parts. “Scientists” at UNC, Chapel Hill working with the infamous Robert Baric display a callous disregard for human life in their hideous “research”. Original article: https://collorafi.wixsite.com/tinyhumans/post/unc-researchers-made-blt-sandwich-of-aborted-baby-organs-in-2019-humanized-mice-study 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
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