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Agency Journey
How Implementing EOS Transforms Agencies to Ascend

Agency Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 24:20


In this episode, Anne Shenton, CEO of Ascend Strategy & Design, a HubSpot Diamond and Advanced CMS Implementation certified solutions partner, joins Gray MacKenzie to dig deeper into the impact of implementing EOS. Whether it's self-implementation or with a professional implementer, you will learn how an agency quantifies the impact of implementing EOS.Topics discussed in the episode: How Ascend balances using ninety.io and ClickUp and their approach on how to leverage using both tools Ascend's quick background story and how they first discovered EOS Anne's career journey, her passion for websites, and how she navigated her career growth How Ascend Pivoted from being just a department to being its own agency The Impact of EOS on culture development and the downside of self-implementation How Ascend's screening process involves its core values. One of the unusual metrics that Ascend has is "Employee NPS." Anne's own tech stack and tool recommendation Presenting Sponsor: ZenPilotCheck out ZenPilot, where we help agencies optimize their operations using our proven systems and processes.ZenPilot knows that you are tired of wasting time on trial and error — that's why we provide tried-and-true solutions that will help you grow and scale quickly and sustainably.So, what are you waiting for?Go to zenpilot.com to learn more.Resources mentioned in this episode: Ninety.io's website Ascend Strategy & Design Website Slickplan's Website ClickUp's Website HeyTaco's Website Anne Shenton's LinkedIn Gray MacKenzie's LinkedIn EOS Tools

NINETY EIGHT STUDIOS PODCAST
NINETY EIGHT PODCAST | EP 14 | MORBIUS MORE LIKE MORBI-YES

NINETY EIGHT STUDIOS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 45:14


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Portland Beer Club Podcast
Episode Ninety

Portland Beer Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 93:22


Episode: NinetyRecorded Date: 1.18.2023Hosts: Nooner, Beef, DR. FARTZO, & ShitzThis Episode...Coming To Terms With TermsFt George Fanzine & 3 Way ChatAnother PollOBF 2023 & BeyondTim Makes A SwitchRuination ReturnsDaily SevenFifty With The PredictionsContact us at portlandbeerclub@gmail.comListen on most podcast outlets or at www.portlandbeerclubpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, & UntappedA RamShack Production © 2023 and Beyond

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)
Can Canadian Med Students Abroad Solve Doctor Shortages?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 30:44


In 2010 an estimated 3,500 Canadians left to study medicine abroad. Ninety per cent of them wanted to return to Canada to be practicing doctors. That study was over a dozen years ago and from there, the numbers keep going up, while here at home we have a chronic physician shortage. Might foreign trained Canadian doctors be the talent pool solution to doctor shortages around this province and the country? We delve into this issue withGlobe and Mail investigative reporter Greg Mercer: ER doctors Rohit Gandhi, Glen Bandiera, and Lisa Salamon.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Alpha and Omega Ministries
Radio Free Geneva: Frank Turek, Norm Geisler, David Allen

Alpha and Omega Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 92:00


Started off listening to a clip from Dr. Frank Turek with Leighton Flowers wherein Turek opines that many Reformed folks just have not thought through the ramifications of their position. He also held up Chosen But Free by Norman Geisler, so we discussed that as well. Then we moved over to comments made by Dr. David Allen in the fairly new publication titled Calvinism- A Biblical and Theological Critique, specifically on a subject we have gone in depth on before, Romans 8-28ff. Went to -the big board- and let the text speak for itself, the one thing Provisionists never seem to do. Ninety minutes today-

Culture Keys
C|K Episode Ninety : New Beginnings II

Culture Keys

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 12:31


Not some of, but “EVERY good and perfect GIFT comes from Him!” If it's coming FROM God, then it means that it is not DEPENDENT on anything else.

Tony & Dwight
George, Tammy & Tommy, our Outsiders Insider. Smokin' & Southland. Ninety Years of Wisdom.

Tony & Dwight

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 34:38


The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H1 – Jan 13 2023

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 37:03


Clay and Buck throw around theories on the Biden document imbroglio. Clay says, "The timeline that's been provided just doesn't make sense to me." Buck reveals, "Ninety percent of my poll recipients -- and there were thousands and thousands of them -- think this is a move to get rid of Biden." Mika Brzezinski's dumb take will make your head hurt. Would you want KJP and Hank Johnson speaking for you? Late-night comics mock their man Biden. Is this just incompetence or part of a bigger scheme? C&B take calls on the Biden document investigation.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Gut Check Podcast
Episode 171 | Ninety Floats

Gut Check Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 50:17


This week: high-level deals, Online Reviews 101, Digitizer upgrades, bonus float on your birthday

Bo Sanchez Radio
FULLTANK 1933: How to Shrink Your Problems in One Step?

Bo Sanchez Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 6:23


When we have problems, we magnify it by thinking constantly about it. And that's all we see, our problemBut did you know that your problem is only one percent of your life? Ninety-nine percent of your life are blessings. But we don't see those blessings because we're sopreoccupied with our problems.---PS. Do you want to grow your finances but don't know how?For the past 15 years, I've received a lot of “thank yous” from so many trulyrichclub members because once upon a time, they were stuck in their finances but through the club, they learned how to invest and they're on their way to financial freedom.If you want to grow your finances and reach your financial dream, go to www.trulyrichclub.com now.Once you're a member, you'll get a Free  4-Night “Truly Rich Stock Market Workshop For Newbie Investors.”  Join us now!Support the show

Out Of The Blank
#1314 - C.J. Plogger

Out Of The Blank

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 53:01


Charles "C.J." Plogger is a pastor of the Ash Avenue Church of God in Moundsville, West Virginia. C.J. is the author of various works such as "Pronounced Dead: The Executions at the West Virginia Penitentiary" about ninety-four executions at the West Virginia Penitentiary. Ninety-four souls that crossed the threshold separating life and death. Ninety-four men whose actions brought upon themselves the ultimate penalty. This episode C.J. also talks about his other book "Life at the West Virginia Penitentiary: The Story of Maggie Gray" from the viewpoint of correctional officer Maggie Gray and her time at Virginia Penitentiary.

The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick
Ep. 78. Novelist Andy Frye, writing dialogue, and Ninety Days in the 90s

The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 32:31


Where were you in '92? Wouldn't it be awesome if you could travel back in time to the 90s? First-time novelist Andy Frye, who works in a day job interviewing sports legends about their business endeavors for Forbes magazine, turned his imagination to that premise, decided to write a main character who is female, and set the story on the music scene. We talk about the day he got the idea, the way he approached developing it, and the aspects of his life that have affected his methods of writing dialogue.You can find out more about Andy's work at https://www.andyfrye.comThe Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by WindWord Group Publishing and Media. Please visit our website at https://www.windwordgroup.com to sign up for our newsletter and receive regular information about upcoming guests, new releases, and special gifts for regular listeners and readers. Support the showLet's connect!Instagram https://www,instagram.com/brainwave_podcastFacebook https://www.facebook/windwordgroupSign up for Gail Hulnick's newsletter "Connecting the Creative Dots" at https://www.windwordgroup.com

What Mad Universe?!?
S3E94 -Chapter Ninety-Four: The Queen of the Underworld!

What Mad Universe?!?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 73:09


And so the season of What Mad Universe?!? comes to a close...the storm rages outside, the suspects have been brought together in the parlor, and we prepare to name the killer. Was it...our special guest Ing?!? Probably not, but he'll join us for a wide ranging conversation about Edogawa Rampo's novel The Black Lizard, starring the Japanese Sherlock Holmes, Akechi Kogoro, and Japanese pop culture and detective fiction more broadly! Adam's Patreon Phil's Patreon What Mad Universe?!? on Twitter Phil's Twitter Adam's Twitter What Mad Universe on Facebook What Mad Universe on Instagram What Mad Universe RSS Feed Engineer/Producer: Alex Ross Theme song by Jack Feerick Additional Music: "Orchestral Chaos" by HMNN (c) 2022 Adam Prosser and Philip Rice. Music (c) its respective creators. Used under a Creative Commons Non-Commercial Attribution 3.0 International License. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

NINETY EIGHT STUDIOS PODCAST
NINETY EIGHT PODCAST | EP 13 | WE'RE BACK BABY!!

NINETY EIGHT STUDIOS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 57:30


We're back from our long break hope the loyal 14 are doing good! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Thursday the 12th: Entertainment
Episode 230 - 90 Day Pillow Fight: Bilal is a dick!

Thursday the 12th: Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 19:54


Happy New Year, everybody!! And thank you for coming back. This was recorded yesterday, New Year's Day 2023. Rich and Guy found themselves watching and discussing a recent episode of Happily Ever After, the tell all. Rich is a big fan. Play Fu*k, Marry, Kill with us! By the way, Bilal is a dick so please subscribe for free! Three be continued... ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Copyright 2022. Rated R. (21+) Stay tuned right here for more new material soon. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 PodPage https://www.podpage.com/thursday-the-12th/ As always, thank you to God, my father, 3, his mother, and Jason Bieler. #90DayBilalisADick #FuckMarryKill #FMarryKill #JennyFromSumit

The Shift (on life after 40) with Sam Baker
Sheila Hancock on the class ceiling and the "strong woman" problem - THE SHIFT REVISITED

The Shift (on life after 40) with Sam Baker

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 52:29


Over the Christmas period and into January I'm going to be replaying some of my quiet favourite episodes of 2022. This week is acting legend, national treasure (she hates that) and my old bird role model Sheila Hancock. This episode first aired in June.---Today's guest is nothing less than an acting legend. Although she probably wouldn't have any truck with that. Dame Sheila Hancock is that rare thing – a successful actor with working class roots, an 89 year old who's still beating off offers with a stick and a woman who refuses to be afraid to speak her mind.Sheila has done EVERYTHING from Shakespeare to sitcoms. A member of the National Theatre Company, she was the first woman to direct at the Olivier Theatre in her 50s and has been nominated for 6 Olivier Awards, written two novels and a loose trilogy of memoirs (the second of which was about her marriage to Morse and Sweeney legend, John Thaw). The third is Old Rage, which started out as a book about the wisdom and fulfilment of old age ended up…. not!Ninety next year, Sheila is taking less prisoners than ever. She joined me from her living room to talk education and inequality, corruption, climate change and Brexit, suffering from the empathy “disease” and why being seen as a strong woman is a double-edged sword. She also told me what it was like being a working class woman in TV in the 1970s, how she learnt the consequences of speaking out the hard way and why she's no longer bothering to conceal her rage. Sheila Hancock for PM!You can buy all the books mentioned in this podcast at Bookshop.org, including OLD RAGE by Sheila Hancock, Sheila's book recommendation, Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart, and the book that inspired this podcast, The Shift: how I lost and found myself after 40 - and you can too, by me!And if you'd like to support the work that goes into making this podcast and get a weekly newsletter plus loads more content including transcripts of the podcast, please join The Shift community. Find out more at https://steadyhq.com/en/theshift/• The Shift (on life after 40) with Sam Baker is created and hosted by Sam Baker and edited by Emily Sandford. If you enjoyed this podcast, please rate/review/follow as it really does help other people find us. And let me know what you think on twitter @sambaker or instagram @theothersambaker. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Ohio Mysteries
Ohio Mysteries Rewind- The first Christmas Tree

Ohio Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 18:40


For more than 50 years, the country accepted without question that Wooster, Ohio immigrant August Imgard was the first to decorate a Christmas tree in America. His charming story was told and retold by newspapers from coast to coast every December. But was Imgard really the first? Ninety-nine years after he spruced up a fir and enchanted his neighbors, a Wooster professor would go looking for the answer. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries  lkson- Christmas Bass Rebels on youtube Ashamaluev Music on youtube for opening and closing Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Keep and Bear Radio
Seminar Preview - How to ”Read” the Body Language of Dangerous People

Keep and Bear Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 43:28


Ninety percent of all communication is non-verbal. But if you can't understand what other people are telling you through their body language, you're BLIND to the threats around you. Body language expert and former British Royal Marines Commando Terry Vaughan provides a preview of his seminar coming up on Feb. 11, 2023, showing you how to "read" the body language of dangerous people so you can spot criminals before they attack and take decisive action to survive.

Average Joe Podcast
Briefing 267-Generation "Z" (18-24 Year Olds) Are The Most Veracious Example Of A Society In Decline. We May Be Doomed

Average Joe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 45:24


The generation that is next in line to take the reins is incapable of anything that is adult. Our society is in a lot of trouble and I do not believe anyone is coming to the rescue. Whine, cry, complain and demand sympathy is the call sign for the Gen Z crowd. Ninety percent of these cream puffs are either on medication or seeing a therapist for the events of a simple day as an adult. The bottom line is that no one cares and no one will ever care outside of your parents and a few good friends. Time to grow up and develop a backbone before it is too late. Gen Z'ers, don't wake up at 50 years old still bitching about how the world is unfair. Note to self. The world does not care and never has.

Sportsworld
Ninety years of World Service Sport

Sportsworld

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 25:21


As the BBC World Service celebrates its 90th anniversary, we look back on nine decades of sports broadcasting. From the launch of Saturday Special in 1959 through to the present day, this is the history of BBC World Service sport featuring iconic sporting moments, familiar theme tunes and memories of presenters past and present. Mike Costello, Russell Fuller, Caroline Barker, Lee James and Nishat Ladha join Delyth Lloyd to take a trip down memory lane. (Photo: Sportsworld presenter Lee James at the 2018 Fifa World Cup. Credit: BBC)

ATP Tennis Radio
PODCAST - Doubles Special

ATP Tennis Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 35:25 Very Popular


WESLEY KOOLHOF ON PROMOTING THE DOUBLES GAME - ‘A bit more Centre Court time would be great if that's possible. Some tournaments do it actually and it's always nice for us to play in big arenas, in big stadiums. Scheduling-wise I understand that the singles guys are playing on the big stages, but it would be nice for us to play the first, second or even the quarter-final on the bigger court'.JOE SALISBURY ON WINNING WHEN NOT PLAYING WELL - 'That's always one of the things we've always said we've improved the most as a team in the last four years we've been playing together, is that in the tough situations we always find a way, even if we're not playing out best, or we're struggling or we feel our opponents are playing better, to win those matches'.DAVID O'HARE ON LOUIS CAYER - ‘He's been such an important figure in terms of my tennis knowledge and coaching. He's dubbed the doubles guru but that does him a little bit of an injustice because he's fanatical about tennis and his approach is a systematic approach. He's really special, he's like a tennis father to me and to be able to sit beside him during matches to pick his brain, ultimately he has a great vision and I try to implement what he says on a daily basis'.HARRI HELIOVAARA ON THE IMPORTANCE OF CELEBRATING - ‘I've always loved competition and competition has the element of winning and losing and of course winning is much better. Now that I'm older I know that it's not going to last forever, so I'm going to enjoy every moment to the full and when you win matches you made a good job, so why wouldn't you celebrate'.LLOYD GLASSPOOL ON THE SPRINGBOARD MOMENT OF GETTING INTO THE ROME MASTERS - ‘Looking back I think it had a massive impact on our year. It was our first real opportunity to play the top, top guys in a tournament that we'd never been in before. That was our first Masters 1000 because of our ranking and just being able to compete in that, we played the world number one and beat the world number one, so it was just a confidence booster and realisation that we could be one of the best teams in the world'.MARCELO AREVALO ON WINNING ROLAND GARROS - ‘Being the first Salvadorian and Central American player to win a Grand Slam it was a huge success for my country and for my region. I didn't even know until later that I was the first one, I was just trying to win as many matches as possible and I had my goals clear and one of my main goals in life was to become a Grand Slam champion'.MICHAEL VENUS ON TRAVEL - ‘Once the pandemic hit I didn't see my family for six months and then again my wife was pregnant with our second child and I was at home for the birth and then I left two weeks after and I didn't see her for the first six months after that too, so it got to the point where we needed to see each other as a family, so they started travelling towards the end of last year and they've been doing that ever since'.JOHN NEWCOMBE ON THE LACK OF SINGLES PLAYERS INVOLVED IN THE DOUBLES GAME - ‘When you talk about doubles you bring up something that's a bit of a sore point with me because it's just a pity that none of the top players compete in doubles. Ninety percent of players around the world play more doubles than singles. I understand that best of five sets, the top players don't want to play, but as far as doubles goes I would like to see them having to play more doubles in the regular tournaments where it's two out of three sets'.NIKOLA MEKTIC ON LOOKING FORWARD TO A GOOD 2023 - ‘I think mentally we have learned some things this year. The first year we didn't have many setbacks and this year we had to adapt to some not-so-good results, which I think in the end we pulled through, so I'm very optimistic for the next season'.-Show presented by Seb Lauzier-Interviews by Jill Craybas and Chris Bowers

Restitutio
474 Noah’s Flood (Will Barlow)

Restitutio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 42:41


Having looked at the basics of earth science last time, we are now ready to consider Noah's Flood. As always you'll learn the major options for interpreting this biblical event. Some Christians understand the flood to have been a local event, largely limited to the region of Mesopotamia. Others hold to the notion that this flood covered the entire planet, rising above even the highest mountains. No matter which position you take, you'll have to answer key biblical and scientific questions.  Listen to this episode on Spotify or Apple Podcasts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0xPsa6WrPE&list=PLN9jFDsS3QV1Etu1jXO3jbUQ6CFI-2k6W&index=13&t=4s See below for notes. —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan?  Read his bio here —— Notes —— Noah's Flood • Considerations• Global or local?• Evidence for Noah's Flood• Implications of Noah's Flood Considerations • Rain before the flood?• Plate tectonics and evolution• Scope and evolution• How big was the ark? Rain before Noah's flood? Many have taught that, before Noah's flood, there was no rain: Genesis 2:5-6   When no bush of the field was yet in the land and no small plant of the field had yet sprung up--for the LORD God had not caused it to rain on the land, and there was no man to work the ground, and a mist was going up from the land and was watering the whole face of the ground-- Scholar Mark Futato suggests that “mist” should be translated as “rain.” • In the context, there are two “problems” • No rain• No man to till the ground • Thus, “mist” could equal “rain” Reasons why “mist” could be better: • If you hold late tectonic shift, mist would be required (“land” singular in Genesis 1:10)• The sign of the rainbow — the rainbow is only physically possible with rain• Possibly rain kicked off the modern water cycle - this answers the objection “where did the water go?” Plate Tectonics and evolution What we believe about plate tectonics impacts our view on evolution and the extent of Noah's flood • A small minority has proposed a more recent tectonic shift, which could account for mountain building after Noah's flood• The flip side is that there would likely be a need for fast evolution in this view Scope and evolution What we believe about the scope of Noah's flood also impacts our view on evolution • Localized flood proponents can handle the scientific side with much more ease• Global flood proponents have some difficulties, including a potential need for fast evolution How big was the ark? Genesis 6:15-16   This is how you are to make it: the length of the ark 300 cubits, its breadth 50 cubits, and its height 30 cubits. Make a roof for the ark, and finish it to a cubit above, and set the door of the ark in its side. Make it with lower, second, and third decks. Depending on how you reckon a cubit, that translates to 450 - 510 feet long.John Whitcomb and Henry Morris estimate that the ark would have held the equivalent of 522 railcars. They then go on to estimate that 1 such railcar could hold 240 sheep. Global or local? This is perhaps the most important question we can ask about Noah's flood. Global — impacted life around the world Local — impacted all human life (all dwelling in Mesopotamia) but not all life Arguments for a local flood: Psalms 104:9   You set a boundary that they may not pass, so that they might not again cover the earth. If God set a boundary to the waters in Genesis 1, then how could Noah's flood have been global? “Land” in Genesis 6-7 refers to the land of Mesopotamia, and even more specifically, to the inhabitants of the land. Genesis 7:20 (KJV)   Fifteen cubits upward did the waters prevail; and the mountains [hills] were covered. Genesis 7:20   The waters prevailed above the mountains, covering them fifteen cubits deep. To get around the language in the Bible that seems to state that all humans died in Noah's flood (other than Noah and his family), some local flood proponents say that all humans lived in Mesopotamia when this flood took place. There is evidence of a Mesopotamian flood around 5,000 years ago. Arguments for a global flood: Genesis 6:17   For behold, I will bring a flood of waters upon the earth to destroy all flesh in which is the breath of life under heaven. Everything that is on the earth shall die. Genesis 7:19, 21   And the waters prevailed so mightily on the earth that all the high mountains under the whole heaven were covered. And all flesh died that moved on the earth, birds, livestock, beasts, all swarming creatures that swarm on the earth, and all mankind. • Has anyone heard of a localized flood that lasted 40 days and 40 nights that kept a boat floating for around a year?• Why wouldn't the people of Mesopotamia just flee the area when the rain started? Genesis 9:11   I establish my covenant with you, that never again shall all flesh be cut off by the waters of the flood, and never again shall there be a flood to destroy the earth." Luke 17:27   They were eating and drinking and marrying and being given in marriage, until the day when Noah entered the ark, and the flood came and destroyed them all. Evidence for Noah's Flood One of the strongest pieces of evidence for Noah's flood is found in the historical record — basically every ancient civilization has a flood story. “Scores and even hundreds of such traditions have been found in every part of the world, in both the Eastern and Western hemispheres; and common to most of them is the recollection of a great flood which once covered the earth and destroyed all but a tiny remnant of the human race.” “Many of them, even those who have been found among the American Indians, tell of the building of a great ark which saved human and animal seed from total destruction by the Flood and which finally landed on a mountain.”— John C. Whitcomb and Henry M. Morris, The Genesis Flood, page 48. Geological evidence for Noah's Flood: • Seamounts - old islands that have now been submerged by water• Submarine canyons Implications of Noah's Flood How could Noah's Flood impact life on the planet? • Increase amount of water vapor in the atmosphere and decrease oxygen - this could explain the change in the length of life of people from before Noah's Flood to after • Change in atmospheric pressure could impact longevity as well How did the humans, animals, and plants travel to their current locations? • Land bridges• Floating on air• Recent tectonic separation “In the year 1883, the island of Krakatoa in the Sunda Strait, between Java and Sumatra, was almost destroyed by a volcanic explosion that shook that entire part of the world. For twenty-five years practically nothing lived in the remnant of that volcanic island.” “But ‘then then colonists began to arrive—a few mammals in 1908; a number of birds, lizards, and snakes; various mollusks, insects, and earthworms. Ninety percent of Krakatoa's new inhabitants… were forms that could have arrived by air.'”— John C. Whitcomb and Henry M. Morris, The Genesis Flood, pages 84-85. Conclusion There are a lot of things to consider in dealing with Noah's Flood.Take time to read the account and the references later in Scripture. Determine your perspective on global vs. local.There are many ways to interpret the scientific evidence. However, the historical evidence is clear: there was an ancient, massive flood.

The Journey of My Mother's Son
Andy Frye – Ninety Days in the 90's

The Journey of My Mother's Son

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 42:29


In this episode of “The Journey of My Mother's Son” podcast, I sit down to talk with Andy Frye. Andy Frye has written for Rolling Stone, ESPN, Chicago Tribune, and other publications. Currently, he writes about sports business for Forbes. Over his career, Andy has interviewed hundreds of professional athletes, rock stars and other celebrities. Among the bands and solo artists he has interviewed are Smashing Pumpkins, Oasis, Morrissey, Jimmy Eat World, Rage Against The Machine, and Alice In Chains. Check out Andy's sports writing for Forbes by going to www.SportyFrye.com. To find out more about his book and to order copies, check out www.90daysinthe90s.com.

ESO Network – The ESO Network
Rogue Holodecks and Ghost in the Machine – Earth Station Trek Episode Ninety-Eight

ESO Network – The ESO Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 63:49


This week the EARTH STATION TREK crew is retreating to the Holodeck to talk about our favorite holodeck stories before reviewing “Ghost in the Machine,” this week’s episode of Star Trek: Prodigy! Earth Station Trek is a part of the ESO Podcast Network, Executive Producer Mike Faber. The post Rogue Holodecks and Ghost in the Machine – Earth Station Trek Episode Ninety-Eight appeared first on The ESO Network.

Lay of The Land
#98: Kris Snyder (Ninety.io, Impact Architects, & Vox Mobile)

Lay of The Land

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 65:42


Lay of The Land's conversation today is with Kris Snyder! Kris has an extensive entrepreneurial past over the last 25 years building and leading five entrepreneurial companies, including founding Vox Mobile — an enterprise mobility management service here in Cleveland — back in 2006 where he served as CEO growing the organization to over 200 people, over $20mm in capital raised, and $10's of millions in recurring revenue. In 2018 Kris founded a growth advisory firm called Impact Architects where he serves as the Managing Partner, and in 2019, he began working on Ninety, a company focused on supporting the same market as Impact Architects by providing company operating system software where he serves as the Head of Finance and Partnerships, sits on their board, and helped them recently close on a $20mm investment round led by Insight Partners.He is an active member of EO's Cleveland chapter as a member of the board, chairs the board of the NEO Arthritis Foundation, and has been recognized as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year!This really was one of my favorite discussions so far as Kris — who is one of the clearest thinkers I know — has this powerful ability to distill his extensive learnings into very concise meaningful takeaways as well as speak to his underlying motivations of working with entrepreneurial leaders to create impact and pursue a world where small and medium organizations and their employees can become more humane, productive and resilient in order to live their best lives. Please enjoy my conversation with Kris Snyder.--Learn more about Impact ArchitectsLearn more about Ninety.ioLearn more about Vox MobileConnect with Kris Snyder on LinkedIn--Connect with Jeffrey Stern on LinkedInFollow Jeffrey Stern on Twitter @sternJefeFollow Lay of The Land on Twitter @podlayofthelandhttps://www.jeffreys.page/

The Vibes Broadcast Network
Ninety Days In The 90's-Sportswriter Becomes Author

The Vibes Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 53:51


Ninety Days In The 90's-Sportswriter Becomes Author#ninetydaysinthe90s #sportswriter #author #andyfrye #espn #rollingstonemagazine Andy Frye has written for Rolling Stone, ESPN, and Forbes, and has interviewed scores of rock stars and athletes from Smashing Pumpkins to Shaquille O'Neal.  In June 2022, Andy published NINETY DAYS IN THE 90s:a Rock N Roll Time Travel Story—a novel about the 1990s music scene and 90s pop culture.Website: https://90daysinthe90s.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sportyfrye/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AndyFrye14Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andy-frye-962a0a14/Twitter: https://twitter.com/SportyFryeThanks for tuning in, please be sure to click that subscribe button and give this a thumbs up!!Email: thevibesbroadcast@gmail.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/listen_to_the_vibes_/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevibesbroadcastnetworkLinktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeuTVRv2/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheVibesBrdcstTruth: https://truthsocial.com/@KoyoteAnd Now!!! The Bandmates' club, Supporters of the channel: Matthew Arrowood Host of The ONLY Brocast podcast:https://youtube.com/channel/UCsfv1wWu3oUg42I2nOtnMTADon Hahn of In the Margins: https://www.youtube.com/c/InTheMarginsBukas Siguro: https://www.youtube.com/c/BukasS%C4%ABgur%C3%B8Will Scoville of Ranch Rehab DIY: https://www.youtube.com/c/RanchRehabDrew Lee Nicholas of DN-TV:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8TVqL9mn6NzPkXOLOZSX-A

Scott Sigler's Audiobooks
THE ROOKIE Adult Version Episode #29 - Q&A Part II sponsored by “Stamps.com promo code” scottsigler.com/stamps-promo-code.

Scott Sigler's Audiobooks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 94:41


We do the second round of THE ROOKIE Adult Version Q&A. Ninety minutes of questions! Once again, we are joined by guest Big John Vizcarra, Siglerverse Continuity Czar. Written and performed by Scott Sigler Produced by Arioch Morningstar Post Production by Steve Riekeberg Production Assistance by Allie Press Copyright 2022 by Empty Set Entertainment  Theme music is the song “The Kids are Coming for You” by SUPERWEAPON.

Sportlanders, The Podcast
The O'Leary Review Podcast - James Newcomb - Episode 13

Sportlanders, The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 46:19


The O'Leary Review Podcast Guest: James Newcomb December 10, 2022   We welcomed James Newcomb to the show. James is an internet marketer, podcaster, and keen trumpeter. Check out James: Ba Vojdaan! JNS Media (Sign up for his email newsletter) Podcast Artistry™ Trumpet Dynamics   “Always be serious. Never take yourself too seriously.” James referenced General Douglas MacArthur's speech to the cadets of the U.S. Military Academy from May 12, 1962. https://youtu.be/_42_aLGkRpg   Tom Woods School of Life James and I are both members. Go to https://tomschooloflife.com/ to get on the waiting list. I recommend joining the school.   John Birch Society James once worked for the perennially and unduly maligned John Birch Society. William F. Buckley, Jr., seen by a good many Americans over the last several decades as the paragon of American conservatism, was anything but that. Buckley and his magazine, National Review, were “purgers.” Over the course of National Review's history, the Buckleyites purged portions of the conservative movement for not falling in lock-step with the magazine's ideology. Ideology is an interesting topic when it comes to politics or political discourse. It is harmful. We could get into a long discussion on why ideology is so antithetical to moral order, but I shall just point you toward Brad Birzer's quick article “Russell Kirk on the Errors of Ideology.” Birzer wrote an extensive biography on Kirk, ironically one of the founders of National Review and who wrote for the magazine for years, but was then…purged. Kirk's reputation has been somewhat resuscitated by some over at NR in the nearly 3 decades since his passing, but his idea of conservatism is definitely at odds with the bunch who run the show over there at this stage. Here's a video of Birzer talking about his book, Russell Kirk: American Conservative. https://youtu.be/8kn9RdM6gks This is a long way of getting to the point that the John Birch Society was not on the “3 x 5 card of approved opinion” set forth by our cultural betters at the National Review, a magazine that has also purged other heroes of mine—namely Patrick J. Buchanan and Dr. Paul E. Gottfried—from their silly “movement” that has ceased to be “conservative.”   Tom Woods 100 Tom Woods—as far as I'm aware—coined the aforementioned “3x5 card of approved opinion” phrase. It is beautiful and explains so much about our world today. Tom is also a mentor to both James and me. Perhaps not so coincidentally, one of the goals of this program is to get at least 100 people within the Tom Woods orbit on the podcast. “Tom's orbit” is loosely defined, but in our case, James is number 10. Ninety to go! #TomWoods100   Ron Paul presidential campaigns We talk a little about the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns of Dr. Ron Paul. I did not mention the essay I contributed to a book called Voices of Revolution: Americans speak out for Ron Paul. The ebook now appears to be free at lulu.com. This book was put together for the 2012 campaign. There was a call to action on the Tom Woods Show for a writing contest of some sort, so I fashioned an essay and it ended up leading off the entire book (after the introductory essay by the editor). I encourage people to download it. My essay starts on page 17.   The publishing business James is in the publishing business. JNS Media Go to the site and sign up for his email newsletter. It's a good one.   Search Engines A brief history of AltaVista, the defunct search engine. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AltaVista   Artist mentioned: “Weird Al” Yankovic   Conscientious Objection James appeared on Ep. 748 of The Tom Woods Show. James talks about seeking discharge as a conscientious objector on his own podcast. Conscientious objection in the United States. Wikipedia article.   The podcasting business How People Make Money with Podcasts, Ba Vojdaan! Podcast     Who is in the Tom Woods world? I have a website that will go live soon with discussions I've had with Tom Woods School of Life members. WhoIsInTheTomWoodsWorld.com   Podcast and podcaster mentioned: Ben Greenfield of Ben Greenfield Life   Once again, links for James: Ba Vojdaan! JNS Media (Sign up for his email newsletter) Podcast Artistry™ Trumpet Dynamics He is also starting the Podcasting 0-60 program. To learn more: podcasting0-60.com

Earth Station Trek
Rogue Holodecks and Ghost in the Machine - Earth Station Trek Episode Ninety-Eight

Earth Station Trek

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 63:49


This week the EARTH STATION TREK crew is retreating to the Holodeck to talk about our favorite holodeck stories before reviewing "Ghost in the Machine," this week's episode of Star Trek: Prodigy! Earth Station Trek is a part of the ESO Podcast Network, Executive Producer Mike Faber.

The Hip Hop Cloverleaf Podcast
"Ninety Days in the 90s" | S1 Ep. 84

The Hip Hop Cloverleaf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 66:25


On this episode: EC has a conversation with journalist, and music/pop culture fanatic, Andy Frye. The guys talk hip hop in the 90s! Check out Andy's book Ninety Days in the 90s.About Andy FryeAndy Frye has written for Rolling Stone, ESPN, and Forbes, and has interviewed scores of rock stars and athletes from Smashing Pumpkins to Shaquille O'Neal.  In June 2022, Andy published NINETY DAYS IN THE 90s:a Rock N Roll Time Travel Story—a novel about the 1990s music scene and 90s pop culture.Follow AndyWebsite: AndyFrye.comIG: @sportyfryeTwitter: @SportyFryeGet Andy's book: 90daysinthe90s.comHip Hop Leaf: MCLike the pod? Subscribe and follow:Instagram: @hhcloverleafTwitter: @hhcloverleafFacebook: @hhcloverleafYouTube: Hip Hop Cloverleaf PodcastSoundcloud: Hip Hop Cloverleaf PodcastWebsite: hiphopcloverleaf.comEmail: hiphopcloverleafpodcast@gmail.comProduction:ECMahfuzZahidEdgar P.Jay 717Adrian Stubb

The Messy Reformation
Episode Ninety Eight: Conversation with Lee Christoffels (Part 2)

The Messy Reformation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 37:06


Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themessyreformation?fan_landing=true   Check out our website: https://themessyreformation.jasonruis.com   Check out the Abide Project:  https://www.abideproject.org   We love the Christian Reformed Church; we want to see reformation in our denomination; and we recognize that reformation is typically messy. So, we're having conversations with pastors throughout the CRC about what reformation might look like.   Intro Music by Matt Krotzer

Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast
417. COLLEGE CLOSEUP: Niagara University

Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 20:05


Discover the power of Niagara University with Alison Boland and Kyle Schwindler What are five things you will learn in this episode? Where is Niagara University located and what are its demographics? What types of students feel most at home at Niagara University? What is the energy or vibe like on campus? What are the strengths of Niagara University? What is something most people don't know about Niagara University? ABOUT NIAGARA UNIVERSITY Founded in 1856, Niagara University is a comprehensive institution, blending the best of a liberal arts and professional education that's grounded in a values-based, Vincentian tradition. With more than 80 majors, 60+ minors, six pre-professional options, and accelerated master's programs, NU students are immersed in meaningful real-world learning opportunities to realize their confidence, clarity, and purpose from the moment they step foot on campus. Niagara University's dedication to quality and affordable academic experiences is well known. NU receives annual praise from U.S. News and World Report, Colleges of Distinction, and Money magazine for its ability to offer students an excellent return on their educational investment. Ninety-nine percent of incoming students receive financial aid. Niagara's five academic colleges offer programs at the baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral level, and have received the highest rankings from the top accreditation boards in their fields. In addition, the university offers a national award-winning academic program for students undecided about their study but ready to maintain their four-year schedule with major advantages. A student-to-faculty ratio of 11-to-1 and an average class size of 18 allow for personal attention and classroom interaction. The faculty members at Niagara are internationally renowned for their abilities as researchers and teachers, helping students to accomplish their personal and professional goals. To learn more about Niagara University, please visit niagara.edu. ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page. ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Mike Bergin is the president of Chariot Learning and founder of TestBright. Amy Seeley is the president of Seeley Test Pros. If you're interested in working with Mike and/or Amy for test preparation, training, or consulting, feel free to get in touch through our contact page.

Sportlanders, The Podcast
The O'Leary Review - Ep 11 - Hartmuth Pelger

Sportlanders, The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 39:49


The O'Leary Review Podcast Guest: Hartmuth Pelger December 1, 2022   Recently, we got a chance to sit down—virtually, of course, because I'm in California and he's in Austria—with Hartmuth Pelger. Hartmuth is a multilingual business executive with more than 25 years of experience managing a wide range of financial functions, from analysis to auditing. Currently, he is a CFO in the e-Mobility sector. Hartmuth lives in Austria but has also lived in 8 countries across three continents during his well-traveled life. More importantly, Hartmuth started a parallel career in business coaching for high-performing individuals.   Tom Woods 100 One of the goals of this program is to get at least 100 people within the Tom Woods orbit on the podcast. “Tom's orbit” is loosely defined, but in our case, Hartmuth is number 8. Ninety-two to go! #TomWoods100   Book mentioned Tomorrow's Gold: Asia's age of discovery by Marc Faber   Influences The Peter Schiff Show — where Tom Woods developed some of his radio/podcasting chops as a guest host for Peter.   The Mises Institute — The Mises Institute exists to promote teaching and research in the Austrian school of economics, and individual freedom, honest history, and international peace, in the tradition of Ludwig von Mises and Murray N. Rothbard. Founded in 1982 by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.   Hans-Hermann Hoppe — an Austrian School economist and libertarian/anarcho-capitalist philosopher, is Professor Emeritus of Economics at UNLV, Distinguished Senior Fellow with the Mises Institute, founder and president of The Property and Freedom Society, former editor of the Journal of Libertarian Studies, and a lifetime member of the Royal Horticultural Society. He is married to economist Dr. A. Gulcin Imre Hoppe and resides with his wife in Istanbul.   Digging through the archives, we found the debut episode of the Tom Woods Show which Hartmuth mentions.   Ethnic Germans in Romania The Wikipedia entry – Germans of Romania A New York Times article (behind paywall), “Ethnic Germans in Romania Dwindle” A fascinating 8+ minute video on The Exodus of Romania's German-speaking Minority.   More Romanian history Who was Nicolae Ceaușescu? The Wikipedia on Romania's brutal and hated dictator. Romania in World War II. The Wikipedia on the interesting history, from its near alliance with Nazi Germany to its ultimate flip to the Communist side.   The e-Mobility Sector Hartmuth works in the off-highway sector within e-mobility. Some manufacturers are now focused on not only alternative fuels, but alternative ways to power machinery in general. The specific application of a fully-electric drive concept is key to knowing if it will make economic sense. For instance, Hartmuth is working on mining and agricultural application, and an important aspect of a firm's decision on whether to go fully-electric or not is the amount of pollution—or lack thereof—that will be produced on-site. Very interesting.   Armageddon (1998) How much better would Harry Stamper (Bruce Willis) and his roughneck pals have felt if they had Hartmuth's e-mobility concept working for them on that comet? Assuming they had diesel-powered rigs, they need oxygen to burn the fuel. Does a comet have all that much oxygen available? Since we love Bruce Willis—and most of his movies—we will eventually get to Die Hard later in the holiday season, but we did stumble upon one potential plot hole in the Christmas thriller…or was there ever one?   The sovereignty of Hong Kong Wikipedia's breakdown of what happened when the UK handed it over to the Red Chinese.   Dubai Wikipedia. Sorry about all the Wikipedia links, but they are pretty good and if you are on your best internet behavior, you'll learn a lot. However, we tend to go down the proverbial worm-hole of Wikipedia from time to time. That's also fun on occasion, but tends to grind down available time in the day. Enjoy the links at your own risk.   Portuguese At one point, I was interested in learning Portuguese, but I don't know about that now. Somebody on YouTube claims they can teach you in 4 hours. Click at your own risk. I haven't finished the video yet as I type this…   Hitchhiking I was blown away when Hartmuth told me he hitchhiked in the western US and Canada in the 1990s. I grew up with the notion that hitchhiking was a serious no-no—both to try and get rides or to give rides to potential riders. The days of Me and Bobby McGee were more romantic and innocent, I guess. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOoMREvsV9E   There's a guy I found on the web called Nomadic Matt and he tells you 14 Ways to Safely Hitchhike Across the United States. Read at your own speed or interest level. I'm just leaving it here…I have no interest in hitchhiking anywhere—I am still a child of my parents. Place in Canada mentioned: Prince George, British Columbia   How do you contact Hartmuth? You can either contact me or go to his LinkedIn: Hartmuth Pelger.   Austria Final Wikipedia entry of today's show notes: Austria. Interesting story of mine somewhat related to Austria—I've never been to continental Europe—in my travels… I was in Japan a few years back and at a coffee shop of sorts for a breakfast. The selection of non-Japanese foods in most places is often quite strange. The desire to imitate Europe or America is strong, but the implementation is often rather weak—save Kentucky Fried Chicken, but that's a subject for an entire newsletter or podcast series on its own. So, craving a typical American breakfast sandwich or something similar, I ordered a “Viennese Sausage.” Never had that before. Figured it was something even more exotic than regular sausage. Wrong. It was a hot dog on a hot dog bun. Served with a packet of ketchup and a packet of mustard. I was very confused and rather irritated until it dawned on me that I had seen Vienna Sausages in the store, usually canned and next to the SPAM. But also that I was eating a “wiener” and that…duh!...Vienna is the anglicized name for the Austrian capital city of Wien, thus wiener. See also: frankfurter, hamburger, etc. for other such examples. I don't think cheeseburger works in this scenario…but I could be mistaken. Long story short: the coffee was good, the hot dog was nothing special and we had great Japanese food most of the other meals we sat down for. As my good friend once said, “When in Greece…”   Final book mentioned How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World by Harry Browne. The aforementioned Tom Woods talks about this book in 2017. Highly recommended speech—about a half-hour.  

ESO Network – The ESO Network
Pop Culture in Trek and Preludes – Earth Station Trek Episode Ninety-Seven

ESO Network – The ESO Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 64:05


This week, the Earth Station Trek crew chats about the pop culture of the Star Trek universe before reviewing the latest episode of Star Trek: Prodigy — “Preludes.” Earth Station Trek is a part of the ESO Podcast Network, Executive Producer Mike Faber. The post Pop Culture in Trek and Preludes – Earth Station Trek Episode Ninety-Seven appeared first on The ESO Network.

Earth Station Trek
Pop Culture in Trek and Preludes - Earth Station Trek Episode Ninety-Seven

Earth Station Trek

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 64:05


This week, the Earth Station Trek crew chats about the pop culture of the Star Trek universe before reviewing the latest episode of Star Trek: Prodigy -- "Preludes." Earth Station Trek is a part of the ESO Podcast Network, Executive Producer Mike Faber.

Think Out Loud
How a lack of affordable housing impacts Bend's workforce and regional economy

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 20:55


Ninety-five percent of employers in Bend and Central Oregon say that the high cost of housing has had either a high or moderate impact on their ability to hire workers. That's according to a report released this month from the Bend Chamber of Commerce. The chamber hired consulting firm ECONorthwest to produce the report, which is based on surveys with over 200 regional employers working in construction, hospitality, healthcare and high tech. Two-thirds of the employers surveyed also said their revenues decreased as a result of hiring difficulties. Meanwhile, the median price of homes sold in Bend increased 75 percent from 2019 to the second quarter of 2022, while the pace of new construction has failed to keep up with demand. Bend Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Katy Brooks and City Councilor Megan Perkins join us to talk about the report and what's being done to alleviate the affordable housing crisis in Bend.

The Peace On Drugs
POD68. Andy Frye- Ninety Days in the 90's

The Peace On Drugs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 58:42


Andy has written for Rolling Stone, ESPN, and Forbes. His new book is Ninety Days in the 90's.

Project Mindfully Outdoors
239. Lee Hopkins on building lasting friendships

Project Mindfully Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 74:18


Ninety-nine percent of the problem with developing lasting friendships and meaningful relationships is that don't put ourselves in the "right" place to meet the right people to make the friendships we want. We end up in the wrong place so often because we're afraid, to be honest with ourselves about what we really want. Coach Lee Hopkins is here to help you to learn how to create meaningful relationships. He is also a transman. While being trans is not the crux of my message, by sharing it as part of his journey he is able to demonstrate vulnerability which helps build the intimacy needed to develop deeper relationships. To learn more

Project Mindfully Outdoors
239. Lee Hopkins on building lasting friendships

Project Mindfully Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 74:18


Ninety-nine percent of the problem with developing lasting friendships and meaningful relationships is that don't put ourselves in the "right" place to meet the right people to make the friendships we want. We end up in the wrong place so often because we're afraid, to be honest with ourselves about what we really want. Coach Lee Hopkins is here to help you to learn how to create meaningful relationships. He is also a transman. While being trans is not the crux of my message, by sharing it as part of his journey he is able to demonstrate vulnerability which helps build the intimacy needed to develop deeper relationships. To learn more

The Messy Reformation
Episode Ninety Seven: Conversation with Lee Christoffels (Part 1)

The Messy Reformation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 37:09


Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themessyreformation?fan_landing=true   Check out our website: https://themessyreformation.jasonruis.com   Check out the Abide Project:  https://www.abideproject.org   We love the Christian Reformed Church; we want to see reformation in our denomination; and we recognize that reformation is typically messy. So, we're having conversations with pastors throughout the CRC about what reformation might look like.   Intro Music by Matt Krotzer

Reptile Talk
Episode NINETY EIGHT - Rob and Jeremy (Going into 2023)

Reptile Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 71:18


Hard to believe that 2023 is right around the corner, but it is, and approaching fast!  Rob and I will be chatting about a bunch of different topics in this episode.  How the podcast has gone, plans for it in 2023, collection updates, and much more!  Don't miss it!  Reptile Talk is Sponsored by:BLACK BOX CAGESWebsite:https://bit.ly/BLKBoxIG:https://bit.ly/BLKBOXIGFacebook:https://bit.ly/BLKBOXFBFOLLOW USARKhttps://usark.orgIG - https://www.instagram.com/usark_offic...FB - https://www.facebook.com/UnitedStates...FIND US ON IGhttps://bit.ly/ReptileTalkIGhttps://bit.ly/creepingitrealIGhttps://bit.ly/BMGIGFIND U

Aging in Style with Lori Williams
114. REPLAY: Let's talk about Parkinson's disease: causes, symptoms, treatments, resources

Aging in Style with Lori Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 30:11


It's estimated that Parkinson's disease affects 1 million Americans. Ninety-six percent are diagnosed after age 50, and the incidence of disease increases with age. Since April is Parkinson's Awareness Month, Senior Services Expert Lori Williams welcomes the CEO of the Parkinson's Foundation, John Lehr.John discusses:- What Parkinson's disease is + the symptoms- The potential causes- Treatment plans and the importance of a care partner- Important resources for those with Parkinson'sJohn draws from the wealth of knowledge from the Parkinson's Foundation for a comprehensive, compassionate look at the disease. He echoes the purpose of the foundation: educating people with Parkinson's as well as their care partners / families on what they can expect, and how to live as well as they possibly can.Takeaways from this episode:- Early symptoms of Parkinson's affect movement, but other body systems are affected: cognition, mental health, GI, sleep, senses, and more. Everyone is impacted differently.- Parkinson's disease has unknown causes, but there's a genetic and potential environmental component (such as exposure to napalm in the Vietnam War).- Treatments for Parkinson's include deep brain stimulation, dopamine replacement therapy, exercise, and trying new things to keep the brain active and create new circuitry.- Outcomes for Parkinson's are much improved when a care partner is involved and the patient takes medication regularly, exercises and tries new activities.Topics discussed:- Parkinson's disease- Symptoms of Parkinson's- The Parkinson's Foundation- Causes and treatment of Parkinson's- Parkinson's tremors- Dopamine / mental health- Care partnersResources mentioned in this episode:Parkinson's Foundation:https://www.parkinson.orgParkinson's Toll number:1 800 4PD INFOParkinson's Revolution initiative:https://www.parkinson.org/get-involved/revolutionTo suggest a topic, be a guest or to support the podcast please email Lori@Loriwilliams-seniorservices.com For more senior resources and to sign up to the newsletter please visit:https://www.facebook.com/LoriWilliamsSeniorServices/https://www.instagram.com/theloriwilliams/https://www.linkedin.com/in/theloriwilliams/https://loriwilliams-seniorservices.com/aging-in-style-podcast/

The HodgePodge Podcast
501. Andy Frye's Ninety Days in the 90s

The HodgePodge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 49:43


Andy Frye is a journalist, author and interviewer. His new book, Ninety Days in the 90s, is available now. He talks today about writing for Rolling Stone and ESPN, why the 1990s is his favorite decade, his thoughts on wearing band t shirts without knowing who the band is, and his new book. All that and more. Enjoy and FROWN LESS. STAY CONNECTED: thehodgepodgeproductions@gmail.com instagram.com/iammrdylanhodge THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: DAN-O'S SEASONING: danosseasoning.com PROMO CODE - HodgePodge RAZE ENERGY: reppsports.com PROMO CODE - HPP1000 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dylan-hodge/support

Leadership and Business
187 Joe Jordan - The Domino's Pizza Story

Leadership and Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 19:00


It's hard to imagine life without pizza, and difficult to imagine pizza and pizza delivery without Domino's. It all began in 1960 with one store in Michigan. Now, Domino's is the number one pizza restaurant in the world operating in 95 countries. By the end of the decade, Domino's expects to have 30,000 stores. Ninety-eight percent of the stores are owned by franchisees. And 95% of store owners worked at a Domino's before becoming owners. It's a success story fueled by a love of pizza, opportunity, and innovation. Joe Jordan is President of US Business and Global Functions at Domino's. He's been with the organization for 11 years. He joins us to talk about the pizza business, Domino's guiding principles, and what it takes to stay on top.  Learn how the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William and Mary can help you and your organization develop your top talent through customized executive education and professional development programs. Visit us at www.wmleadership.com. Thank you for listening.

Reptile Talk
Episode NINETY SEVEN - Randal Pegues

Reptile Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 68:31


Rob and I are BACK - and as things truly begin to slow down for me (travel wise) - you can expect content coming back to you on a more consistent basis!  We're coming at you guys with our buddy Randy Pegues talking about ATBs, and other Arboreal snakes!  It's gonna be a Corallus geek-out time!  You will not want to miss it!  Check out Randy on IGhttps://www.instagram.com/randallpegu...Reptile Talk is Sponsored by:BLACK BOX CAGESWebsite:https://bit.ly/BLKBoxIG:https://bit.ly/BLKBOXIGFacebook:https://bit.ly/BLKBOXFBFOLLOW USARKhttps://usark.orgIG - https://www.instagram.com/usark_offic...FB - https://www.facebook.com/UnitedStates...FIND US ON IGhttps://bit.ly/ReptileTalkIG

New Books Network
Michael Frank, "One Hundred Saturdays: Stella Levi and the Search for a Lost World" (Simon and Schuster, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 60:03


With nearly a century of life behind her, Stella Levi had never before spoken in detail about her past. Then she met Michael Frank. He came to her Greenwich Village apartment one Saturday afternoon to ask her a question about the Juderia, the neighborhood in Rhodes where she'd grown up in a Jewish community that had thrived there for half a millennium. Neither of them could know this was the first of one hundred Saturdays over the course of six years that they would spend in each other's company. During these meetings Stella traveled back in time to conjure what it felt like to come of age on this luminous, legendary island in the eastern Aegean, which the Italians conquered in 1912, began governing as an official colonial possession in 1923, and continued to administer even after the Germans seized control in September 1943. The following July, the Germans rounded up all 1,700-plus residents of the Juderia and sent them first by boat and then by train to Auschwitz on what was the longest journey--measured by both time and distance--of any of the deportations. Ninety percent of them were murdered upon arrival. Probing and courageous, candid and sly, Stella is a magical modern-day Scheherazade whose stories reveal what it was like to grow up in an extraordinary place in an extraordinary time--and to construct a life after that place has vanished. One Hundred Saturdays: Stella Levi and the Search for a Lost World (Simon and Schuster, 2022) is a portrait of one of the last survivors drawn at nearly the last possible moment, as well as an account of a tender and transformative friendship that develops between storyteller and listener as they explore the fundamental mystery of what it means to collect, share, and interpret the deepest truths of a life deeply lived. Drora Arussy, EdD, MA, MJS, is the Senior Director of the ASF Institute of Jewish Experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Diary of a Doer
Breakdown to Rebuild

Diary of a Doer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 19:19


94% of entrepreneurs and 88% of job seekers say that a healthy culture at work is vital for success. Ninety freakin four percent.  Not just nice to have Not just helps get people in the door Not just looks good  but VITAL Vital for the success of your business.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 11.04.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 62:01 Very Popular


VIDEOS: EXCLUSIVE: UNDERTAKER EXPLAINS “MYSTERIOUS” CLOTTING PHENOMENON! | Louder with Crowder (part 2) Society is going to COLLAPSE -Neil Oliver ( 5:24) Fear Psychosis and the Cult of Safety – Why are People so Afraid?  – Academy of Ideas (13:25)   Dietary supplement found to improve concentration levels University of Granada, November 3, 2022 The research group from the University of Granada (UGR) has tested the effects of a multi-ingredient dietary nootropic on concentration levels and cognitive performance. Nootropics are cognitive enhancers that have traditionally been used in the treatment of cognitive pathologies. Leading this study was Lucas Jurado Fasoli—a researcher from the Scientific Unit of Excellence in Exercise, Nutrition and Health (UCEENS) at the Sport and Health Joint University Institute (iMUDS). He explains that, traditionally, nootropics have been drugs, with their corresponding side-effects. “To address the issue of potential side-effects, different dietary nootropics have emerged as an alternative way to enhance cognitive performance. And these, as is the case in this study, are used by healthy individuals in activities such as preparing for competitive exams or video-game competitions,” explains Jurado Fasoli. The results of the study showed that the acute intake of this multi-ingredient nootropic decreases the response time across different cognitive tests: in processing speed, inhibitory control, working memory, and cognitive flexibility. It also increases accuracy in tests involving processing speed, inhibitory control, and cognitive flexibility. The supplement contains L-tyrosine, acetyl L-carnitine, sodium citicoline, alpha-GPC, taurine, caffeine, mango leaf extract and huperzia serrata leaf. These results were accompanied by an increase in positive emotions and a decrease in negative emotions and depression. And, importantly, the favorable effects of this nootropic did not appear to have any effect on the heart-rate of participants. Previous studies have shown that supplementation with the combination of caffeine and taurine, L-theanine, tyrosine, and mango leaves extract can improve the RT in different cognitive and computerized tests. In this study, we showed that a dietary multi-ingredient nootropic improves the processing speed of information in young healthy adults. This effect could be due to the synergic effects of different dietary ingredients included in the nootropic. Also, it could be partially explained by the central nervous system activation and alertness enhancement effect of caffeine, which could increase the processing speed and decrease the RT. The inclusion of L-theanine as a dietary ingredient in the nootropic counteracts the potential effects derived from a high dose of caffeine on anxiety, psychological stress, blood pressure, and HR, which completely agrees with our results. A sample comprising 26 young adults (50:50 male/female, with an average age of 25) participated in the study. They were required to undertake various cognitive tests twice, separated by 48 hours, having ingested either the multi-ingredient dietary nootropic or a placebo (randomized and triple-blinded across the sample). Thirty minutes after ingestion, measurements were taken of processing speed, inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, creativity, and verbal fluency. Different emotions were also evaluated and the participants' heart-rate was recorded while they undertook the tests. Consuming more magnesium associated with lower risk of mortality during years following heart attack Wageningen University and Research (Netherlands), October 31, 2022 A study of people with a history of heart attack found that those who consumed more magnesium lived longer than those whose intake was low. Having a high magnesium intake, defined as greater than 320 milligrams (mg) per day, was associated with a 28% lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease and a 22% lower risk of death from any cause compared to a low intake, defined as less than 283 mg per day. The protective effect of magnesium was even stronger in patients who were being treated with diuretic drugs. In this group, the risk of mortality from cardiovascular disease was 45% lower among those with high magnesium compared to those with low magnesium. “Little is known about magnesium intake and long-term mortality risk in cardiovascular disease patients,” authors Ilse Evers and colleagues noted. “Magnesium requirements may be different in cardiovascular disease patients because of alterations in the cardiovascular system, comorbidities and/or medication use.” The study included 4,365 participants in the Alpha Omega Cohort, an ongoing follow-up of participants in the earlier 40-month Alpha Omega Trial. The Alpha Omega Trial included men and women between the ages of 60 and 80 years who had experienced a heart attack within 10 years prior to enrolling between 2002 and 2006. Dietary questionnaire responses obtained at enrollment provided information concerning magnesium intake from food and non-food sources. Mortality was ascertained through 2018. The findings were published in Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine. Calorie restriction promotes longevity through effects on mitochondrial network Harvard School of Public Health, October 27 2022. Research reported in Cell Metabolism helps explain the effects of calorie restriction and activation of AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK, an energy-sensing protein) on longevity. Harvard researchers have determined that AMPK and calorie restriction promote homeostasis and plasticity of networks formed by the cells' power plants known as mitochondria. Mitochondria networks change shape according to energy demand, however, this ability declines with age. “Dynamic remodeling of mitochondrial networks by fusion and fission promotes maintenance of cellular homeostasis,” explain Heather J. Weir and colleagues at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. “Dysregulation of mitochondrial dynamics and aberrant mitochondrial morphology are hallmarks of aging and are thought to contribute to the pathology of numerous age-related pathologies including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.” By restricting calories in the diet of roundworms or using a strain of roundworm in which an AMPK subunit is activated, the researchers found that the roundworms maintained a youthful fused mitochondrial network shape with age. The youthful networks lengthen life by communicating with peroxisomes within the cells to alter fat metabolism. “Low-energy conditions such as dietary restriction and intermittent fasting have previously been shown to promote healthy aging,” Dr Weir commented. “Our work shows how crucial the plasticity of mitochondria networks is for the benefits of fasting. If we lock mitochondria in one state, we completely block the effects of fasting or dietary restriction on longevity.” Electroacupuncture found to ease nausea and vomiting in ICU patients recovering from chemotherapy Narbonne Hospital (France), October 28, 2022 Refractory vomiting is just one of many complications endured by patients confined to intensive care units (ICU) due to chemotherapy and other major medical treatments. But relief may be coming in the form of transcutaneous electroacupuncture (TEA) therapy that can alleviate the worst symptoms of persistent vomiting. Earlier studies have shown that TEA can reduce episodes of nausea and vomiting attributed to chemotherapy treatments, recently concluded medical operations, and pregnancy. It is growing popular as an alternative to anti-emetic medication. The TEA treatment consisted of two electrodes attached on either side of the Neiguan (PC 6) pressure point, also known as the pericardium meridian. The researchers employed a standard neuromuscular transmission monitor to stimulate the acupuncture point for 30 minutes. The overall incidence of nausea or vomiting within the first 24 hours after TEA was 50 percent. After the 24-hour mark, 30 percent of the patients perceived nausea, and 20 percent experienced vomiting. Ninety percent of patients reported suppression of nausea/vomiting immediately after undergoing TEA. During a six-hour period after TEA, 60 percent of patients did not sense nausea or experience vomiting. Between six to 24 hours after TEA, 60 percent of patients remained free from nausea or vomiting episodes. Two patients who experienced nausea were given a second TEA session that remedied all symptoms.TEA itself was free from any complication and side effects. The Mindfulness Skill That Is Crucial for Stress A new study suggests that practicing acceptance helps reduce our stress more than simple mindful awareness. Carnegie Mellon University, October 28, 2022 In this study, researchers randomly assigned 137 stressed adults of various ages and ethnicities to one of three programs: an eight-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course, where they learned to mindfully pay attention to their present-moment experiences in an accepting, nonjudgmental way; an MBSR course without instructions on acceptance; or no course. The courses included many lessons—for example, how to pay attention to your breath and your body sensations, and how to eat food or take a walk mindfully—as well as practice time outside of class. Before, during, and afterwards, participants reported five times daily about how stressed they felt in the moment and whether they'd experienced a stressful event since their last report.In response to stress, many people today are turning to meditation or mindfulness apps (myself included). But not all mindfulness practice is equally effective for combating stress, a new study suggests. It's possible that some of our practices may be missing a vital ingredient: acceptance. Though all of the groups experienced less stress and fewer incidents of feeling stressed over time, the people who took the full MBSR course had a significantly steeper improvement than the other two groups. “Learning how to accept your present-moment experience is really important for reducing stress,” says Emily Lindsay, one of the study's coauthors. “It seems to be a key element of mindfulness training.” Mindfulness practices that specifically emphasize acceptance teach us a nonjudgmental attitude toward our experiences—meaning, learning not to label our thoughts, feelings, or experiences as good or bad, and trying not to change or resist them in any way. While many mindfulness courses include instructions in acceptance as par for the course, those that don't may not be as effective. People who learn to accept and not just notice their experiences become less prone to mind-wandering, which has been tied to well-being, and less reactive to stress—meaning, they show reductions in systolic blood pressure, the stress hormone cortisol, and feelings of stress in a stressful situation. Her recent study adds to these results by monitoring participants daily, helping to show that acceptance makes a difference in everyday life situations and not just in the laboratory. Accepting stress helps people to stop focusing only on what's wrong and to notice other feelings, sensations, and thoughts occurring at the same time, enabling them to see the “bigger picture.” Acceptance is not about acquiescing to your fate, though —like getting a diagnosis of a terminal illness and just accepting that you're going to die. That kind of “acceptance” leads to worse outcomes. Nor is it about accepting poor treatment from other people. It's more about accepting your internal experience—your thoughts and feelings—which informs you about how to respond to your external circumstances in a wiser way. For example, if you feel angry and accept your anger in the moment, it may prevent you from lashing out at someone and help you see that your feelings aren't their fault Eat more trifoliate oranges to keep your prostate healthy Korean Institute of Oriental Medicine, October 26, 2022 Compared to younger individuals, older men are at a higher risk of developing benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or an enlarged prostate. A study published in the journal BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine reveals a compelling reason for men to eat trifoliate oranges, as extracts from the fruit were proven effective in preventing the onset of BPH and cease its progression. The trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata), also known as the hardy orange, is a citrus fruit native to China. It is grown in parts of the US and Europe for use in jellies, marmalades, and jams despite its notoriously bitter taste. It has been used as an ingredient in Traditional Chinese Medicine since ancient times, and current studies have shown its importance in maintaining prostate health. As the word “benign” in its name implies, BPH is relatively harmless. In fact, some consider it a normal part of the aging process among males. It can, however, be extremely inconvenient as its symptoms can make the vital act of urinating difficult. It can also cause a constant feeling of needing to pee even at night; in most cases, sufferers may find themselves unable to sleep properly because of this particular symptom. The researchers in the aforementioned looked at the trifoliate orange as a possible treatment for BPH. In particular, the study investigated the extract from Ponciri Fructus (PFE), the young fruit of the trifoliate orange, and its protective effects on the development of the BPH. In the study, the researchers induced BPH in a rat model by injecting testosterone propionate (TP) and corn oil every day for four weeks. PFE was administered via oral gavage at a dose level of 200 mg/kg, one hour before these injections over the same duration. At the end of the study, the rats were sacrificed and examined for markers of BPH. Specifically, the researchers took note of relative prostate weight, the levels of testosterone and dihydrotestosterone (DHT), common factors influencing the development of BPH. At the end of the study, the researchers noticed reductions in relative prostate weight, the level of testosterone and DHT in serum and prostatic tissue, prostatic hyperplasia, and the expression of PCNA. They also noted higher levels of antioxidant enzymes.

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Paul Beatty | Fixing The Cell Membrane Is The Key to Preventing & Reversing Cancer KKP: 483

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 61:50


Ben Azadi interviews Paul Beatty for a discussion all about how cancer grows in the body, and how to reverse aggressive cancer. Visit Paul's website: https://naturalcancerrecovery.com/ Paul Beatty, B.A., B.P.H.E., M.B.A., was the national account manager for Canada, for a Fortune 500 company, who in the 1980s came down with a metabolic disease that doctors could not diagnose.  After severe flu like feelings and high fever for days, his left side broke out in many patches of bleeding eczema. Neurological  symptoms followed and overwhelming fatigue with pain. Doctors first thought it was Multiple Sclerosis, but after specialists in infectious diseases picked up high titres of Epstein Barr virus, Cytomyclo Virus, and HHV6, the diagnosis became -Myalgiac Encephalomyelitis plus fibromyalgia plus malignant hypothermia. Because it was viral, the doctors said they could do nothing at this time but would treat the symptoms. Later, Paul started losing hair, had cysts that had grown in his back cut out and lost 8-10 teeth due to root caries.                                               Paul, an inveterate researcher, continued to get sicker by the day, but he never stopped looking for answers. Finally, he discovered a clinical trial run by Dr. David Horrobin, the Canadian biochemical researcher who eventually healed him. The trial was overseen by Dr. Peter Behan and his wife. It was published in "Acte Neurological Scandinavia" using EFAs as treatment for "Post Viral Syndromes like Epstein Barr Virus". Dr. Behan was a Harvard Trained Neurologist and head of the Neurology Department at Royal Glasgow Hospital in Scotland. Dr. Horrobin was the collaborator behind the "Double Blind Crossover Trial". At the time of  Dr. Horrobin's passing Paul promised his mentor's wife he would carry on the work as best he could. For over 25 years Paul has been quietly helping cancer victims heal themselves one at a time.  During this time Paul has helped  hundreds and many of their testimonials are listed on the site. Ninety percent of the requests Paul receives come from people who were told there was nothing more oncologists could offer and they should go home and put their affairs in order.  Paul has gathered decades of research, both theoretical and practical, since he has had first-hand experience in successfully treating a wide variety of serious diseases. These include even the most difficult forms of cancer such as pancreatic and ovarian. His confidence is founded in success. Paul has a production credit and appeared in a "Nature of Things" David Suzuki episode called "Lives in Limbo" in 1990s about CFS/Fibromy algia and EFAs. Also during the 1990s, Paul appeared on W5, CBC Journal, Dini Petty Show, and the Shirley Show as well as being published in the Canadian Journal of Health. Besides cancer, the protocol shows good results with other serious diseases (autoimmune, cardio-vascular, diabetic complications, dermatological issues, women's issues etc.)   Paul believes that if we can heal the cell, we can heal anything because every part of our body is comprised of cells. And the cell is the unit of life. This is where health begins and ends. Visit Paul's website: https://naturalcancerrecovery.com/ Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com Free Keto Masterclass: http://www.ketosismasterclass.com  -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  BiOptimizers Kapex Special Offer: www.kenergize.com/ketokamp Use the code  ketokamp10 for 10% off PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Dr Phillips CBD Oil & Keto Fruit Chews. Visit www.drphillipscbd.com Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list.  *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ email | ben@ketokamp.com Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.

The Chad Prather Show
Ep 699 | Are We About to Be Nuked? | Guest: Sara Gonzales

The Chad Prather Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 51:55


Is nuclear Armageddon coming to the Western world? President Biden and his administration continue to push for nuclear war with Russia. The White House press secretary tells the media that there is no indication of the imminent use of Russian nukes. When will this administration be transparent? Sara Gonzales, BlazeTV host and misinformation expert, joins the podcast to discuss the latest shady business coming out of PayPal. Financial technology company PayPal is in hot water after a use policy update threatened a $2,500 penalty for spreading “misinformation.” PayPal has walked back the update and taken down the updated version. Why is PayPal doing this? Chad and Sara review Dave Rubin's appearance on “Club Random with Bill Maher” and how the Left is waking up. Police body cam footage shows a police officer shooting at a teenager while the teen was eating a cheeseburger in a McDonald's parking lot. The Los Angeles City Council votes to create an “office of unarmed response” to replace the police response in some situations. When will we bring law and order? Failed politician Stacey Abrams is now on the record saying, “I've never challenged the election outcome,” and she's also on the record saying that the 2018 election was “stolen.” When will Stacey Abrams take responsibility? Today's Sponsors: My Patriot Supply is currently offering a generous TWENTY-PERCENT DISCOUNT on their popular Three-Month Emergency Food Kit. This kit gives you a wide variety of delicious breakfasts, lunches, dinners, drinks, and snacks – totaling over 2,000 calories a day. It feeds one person for three solid months! Go to http://PREPAREWITHCHAD.COM right now and grab your 20-PERCENT SAVINGS off EACH Three-Month Kit you need. Plus, with each Box of Awesome, you're supporting small business. Ninety percent of everything that comes in your Box of Awesome is from a small, up and coming brand. It's free to sign up, and you can skip a month or cancel anytime. Get twenty percent off your first monthly box when you sign up at http://BoxofAwesome.com and enter the code watchchad at checkout. Since Democrats are working hard to pass court purging with term limits, we need to work even harder to stop it. Or the Supreme Court, as we know it, will never be the same. If you care about the integrity of the Supreme Court and don't want it to see it taken over by political hacks, visit http://supremecoup.com Text CHAD to 989898. Birch Gold will send you a free info kit on protecting your savings with GOLD in a tax-sheltered account. These are great people with almost 20 years' experience converting IRA's and 401k's into precious metals IRA's. Don't allow the Left to devalue your savings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices