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Best podcasts about not so fast

Latest podcast episodes about not so fast

The JV Club with Janet Varney
Boys of Summer - Arne Parrott

The JV Club with Janet Varney

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 76:21


Stop the presses! Remember when we said we'd collected the entire Hey Riddle Riddle crew? NOT SO FAST! This week brings you delightful Boy of Summer, Arne Parrott, the talent behind the truly delicious various and sundry themes/songs/la-la-las to one of JV's favorite podcasts. So put on your Ren Faire best and a wad of crabcake… it's ON!

Sore Losers
Sore Losers App Release Date Announcement

Sore Losers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 57:34


Eddie and Ray are still 100% in on an APP and they're ready to announce a release date. Has Lunchbox opened up to the thought of a Sore Losers App? Deshaun Watson was feeling good about 6 games but Roger Goodell said NOT SO FAST! Lunchbox has the best bet for the entire NFL season for you and Lunchbox got into another dust up on the soccer field. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Airtalk
AirTalk Episode Monday July 11, 2022

Airtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 101:27


Today on AirTalk, looking into the Board of Supervisors' upcoming vote on the power of removing Sheriffs. Also on the show, Monkeypox; the Elon Musk Twitter deal lapses; COVID-19 updates; and more. Elon Musk Wants To Back Out Of Deal To Buy Twitter. Not So Fast, Says Twitter. (0:15) Monkeypox Is Spreading Amongst LGBTQ Communities – But Is The Response Adequate? (18:39) Los Angeles Philharmonic's Popular Summer Film Series Returns To The Hollywood Bowl And The Ford (40:56) LA County Supervisors Mull Asking Voters For Sheriff-Removal Power (52:46) COVID-19 AMA: Will L.A. Reinstate Indoor Masking, BA.4 And BA.5 May Be Most Infectious Viruses Ever, And More (1:13:12) How Hateful Online Spaces Are Creating An Environment Of Extremism (1:27:48)

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Monday, May 9, 2022

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 25:57 Very Popular


This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview. PART I (4:33 - 4:33) A Doomsday Plane and Ominous Message?: Vladimir Putin Set to Deliver Speech on 77th Anniversary of the Defeat of Nazi Germany PART II (13:22 - 13:22) Not So Fast, Let's Look at the Data: Evaluating Jen Psaki's Statement that ‘63% Support Roe' According to Fox News Poll Fox News Poll: Just Over Half Favor Banning Abortions After 15 Weeks by Fox News (Victoria Balara) PART III (20:24 - 20:24) Biden Administration Continues Commitment to Sexual Revolution as It Celebrates First Openly LGBTQ Person to Serve as Whitehouse Press Secretary Column: Representation Matters. Biden's New LGBTQ Press Secretary has a Big Job Ahead by LA Times (LZ Granderson) PART IV (25:58 - 25:58) Liberal Hermeneutics, Liberal Theology, and Liberal Politics: Your Reading of Scripture Eventually Dictates Your Political Views Rabbi Reveals Why Abortion Access Is Important—and Supported by Scripture by Newsweek (Matt Keely) Some Religions Support Abortion Rights. Their Leaders are Speaking Up. by NBC News (Julianne McShane) The Right to Choose is a Jewish Value: the Battle for Choice, Autonomy and Progress in America by Temple Beth-El (Rabbi Mara Nathan) Sign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning. Follow Dr. Mohler: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube For more information on The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu. For more information on Boyce College, just go to BoyceCollege.com. To write Dr. Mohler or submit a question for The Mailbox, go here.

Addicted to the Mouse: Planning Disney World, Disneyland, and All Things Disney
Not So Fast! Why Disney is Better Than Universal

Addicted to the Mouse: Planning Disney World, Disneyland, and All Things Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 39:26


You didn't think we would leave it with all of the reasons why Universal was better than Disney did you? Today we are going through all the reasons why Disney is better than Universal. This was a fun couple of episodes and thanks to everyone for listening! This episode is sponsored by Fantastical Vacations.  For free concierge vacation planning, specializing in Disney and Universal Vacations, visit https://www.fantasticalvacations.com Thanks so much for listening!  If you like what you […] The post Not So Fast! Why Disney is Better Than Universal appeared first on Addicted to the Mouse.

Wollongong Anglican Talks
The Horror of Idolatry | Jonah 2:8-9 | EVENING

Wollongong Anglican Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 25:32


Sermon Series: Jonah: Where God is Concerned. Passage: Jonah 2:8-9. Preacher: Anthony Douglas. Date of Talk: 6 March, 2022 1. Prodding the Mannequin 2. The Clingy Type (verse 8) 3. Holding Fast (verse 9) 4. Not So Fast… 5. Seeing the (W)Retched

Macro n Cheese
Challenging Critiques of MMT with Yeva Nersisyan

Macro n Cheese

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2022 60:20


**Every episode of Macro N Cheese has a full transcript and an “extras” page with links to additional resources. Find them at https://realprogressives.org/macro-n-cheese-podcast (realprogressives.org/macro-n-cheese-podcast/) Fadhel Kaboub introduces us to the best people, including Yeva Nersisyan, a Research Scholar at the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity who joined Steve to talk about a paper she recently co-authored with Randall Wray, "Are We All MMTers Now? Not So Fast." The COVID pandemic has put MMT in the news, with plenty of critics mistaking stimulus spending with “MMT policy.” This absurdity creates a convenient narrative for detractors: MMT is a failure! Our argument was that MMT-inspired fiscal policy is targeted fiscal spending and in particular spending on jobs. Job creation, the job guarantee that Pavlina Tcherneva has been talking a lot about... a jobs policy rather than just indiscriminate stimulus kind of policy. MMT economists were not at the table when COVID stimulus policy was being decided, nor were they at the table when Larry Summers and Jason Furman were crafting the inadequate response to the global financial crisis – another missed opportunity for fiscal policy to serve the public good. Yeva describes the different government responses to World Wars One and Two, compares Keynesian and MMT-prescribed policies, and lays out the consequences to the states – AKA the race to the bottom – when the federal government shirks its responsibilities. In the second half of the episode Steve brings up the roles of the Fed, Treasury, and private banks and asks Yeva to take us through their processes and explain reserve accounting. If you're at all confused about this, you'll want to hear what she says. Yeva Nersisyan is a Research Scholar at the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity and an Associate Professor of economics at Franklin and Marshall College. She received her B.A. in economics from Yerevan State University in Armenia, and her M.A. and Ph.D. in economics and mathematics from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Her research interests include monetary theory, financial instability and regulation and macroeconomic policy. Yeva has published a number of papers on the topics of shadow banking, fiscal policy, government deficits and debt, financial fragility and instability, financial reform and retirement policy.

Wollongong Anglican Talks
The Offence of Sin | Jonah 1:1-2 | EVENING

Wollongong Anglican Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 23:41


Sermon Series: Jonah: Where God is Concerned. Passage: Jonah 1:1-2. Preacher: Anthony Douglas. Date of Talk: 30 January, 2022 1. That Escalated Quickly 2. A Little Background to Nineveh 3. On the Job at Last 4. Not So Fast!

Big Game Sports Buzz
Top 5 Playoff Moments | BGSB Ep.20

Big Game Sports Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 64:57


We dive into the NFL coaching shake up now that Sean Payton has resigned. NFL overtime rule, is it time for a change? and more in our 4 Downs. What made you say " Oh Hell Nah?" this weekend? I have too many to chose from. We introduce two new segments "Not So Fast" and "That's Impressive" Who wins the AFC/NFC Conference championship games? We make our picks in #WhoYouGot Then our Top5 NFL Playoff Moments. These playoffs have been actioned packed and we will try to pick 5 from all this great football. #BGSB Let's Go! #4Downs #OhHellNah #WhoUGot #ThatsImpressive #NotSoFast #Top5 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bgsportzbuzz/message

Your Words Against Mine
It's Over! Start It Over! (S2E01, 1/1/22)

Your Words Against Mine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 58:05


May old word totals be forgot? NOT SO FAST! A new season of YWAM brings a mysterious new abbreviation with which to contend. There's plenty to deal with before we get to that, however, including some recent book hauls and our picks for best reads of 2021! Thanks for coming along with us this past year; you better believe the best is yet to come!

The Radio Vagabond
217 MEDELLÍN, COLOMBIA: From Dangerous City to Hipster Holiday Hotspot

The Radio Vagabond

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 40:30


3D/BINAURAL AUDIO In parts of this episode, I used a special recording technique. Some call it binaural audio; some spatial audio and I normally just say 3D audio. This technique creates a three-dimensional audio effect that brings out so much more detail and depth than regular stereo (where the sound comes from only left and right). So, put on your headphones and give this episode a listen to get the full experience.   Levántate y brilla desde Colombia Well, before I landed in Colombia, I had a few difficulties boarding my flight in Madrid, Spain. I wasn't in a hurry to get on the plane as I already booked my seat online. So, to avoid standing in line, I just sat around until there were hardly any people left. That turned out to be a mistake – and something that would almost make me miss my flight. This is the story we're starting with. Only so you can learn from my mistake. And there's a solution to my problem and a great travel tip at the end of that. PRE-FLIGHT TURBULENCE Prior to arriving at the airport, I made sure that I had everything in order. I got my Covid test, filled out all the immigration forms for entering Colombia and was pretty sure that I has everything sorted. But then when I got to the gate (as one of the last people to board) I was asked for a return ticket or an onward ticket as proof that I wouldn't overstay my visit in Colombia. And I didn't have any of that. I told the boarding gate official that I had visited the website of the government of Colombia and followed the steps described and nowhere did it say that I had to have a return or onward ticket. He said he was following orders, and that I had to buy either a return or onward ticket – right then and there. Then, when he saw that I was one of the last in the line and he was about to close the gate, he just casually (without any empathy) said: “I suppose you cannot fly, sir”. And then he spoke in Spanish to some of the other passengers in a similar situation. I was totally stressed out and quickly got on Skyscanner.com to desperately buy a ticket anywhere out of Colombia so he would let me on the plane. At the same time, worried that he would give my ticket to someone else. To be honest this is such a rookie mistake from me. I've experienced a similar situation before in my time as a nomad. I guess I've just gotten a bit rusty during Covid… RADIO VAGABOND TRAVEL TIP #1 Not all, but some countries, do require that you have an onward ticket. Why is this?  Well, countries want to make sure that you don't overstay the set amount of time you can be in their country. It's also to prevent illegal immigration and also because they want to confirm that you have enough money to actually buy a ticket and leave the country. Honestly, these are all very valid reasons. The airlines are held responsible and are required to check for proof of onward travel. They don't always ask so you could be lucky and board without it. But my advice is don't take that chance and end up like me: frantically trying to book an onward ticket on your phone just as they are closing the boarding gate. ALL ABOARD…? I went on Skyscanner and searched “Medellín, Colombia to anywhere” looking for the cheapest ticket. As I was stressing out trying to enter my credit card details on my phone, someone asked me if they could hotspot my phone just as the boarding gate official was asking me if I have checked a bag. Like he's in a rush to get my bag out of the plane – as I'm obviously not going to fly. And then he gets in an argument with the other passengers for the same issues as me which was adding to the already tense mood. Finally, my onward ticket to Panama got confirmed as I approached the tiny General of the Boarding Gate Republic. My heart was racing. I didn't want to get told that my onward ticket was somehow invalid and that I wouldn't be able to board my flight. Thankfully, he accepted my onward ticket and my ticket to board the flight, and I was off, not without exchanging a few terse words in his direction for the way the situation was handled. RADIO VAGABOND TRAVEL TIP #2 There are ways to avoid getting in a situation like this. If you don't know where you want to go and when you want to leave, you can find an airline that will let you refund and get your money back.  An easier option is to use Onward Ticket which allows you to “rent” a ticket for $12 which is valid for 48 hours. They send you a confirmation to show to the airline and then this onward ticket is cancelled once you have arrived.  NOT SO FAST, PALLE When I eventually got on the plane and strapped my seatbelt it was 5.02 pm. Then 6 hours later, I was back inside the terminal… Ice in the flight engine delayed our flight. We were asked to disembark a few times and had to wait for ages in the airport. This, of course, impacted my plans upon arrival, including arranging my meeting with my Airbnb host in Medellín. I was expecting us to fly at around midnight. That didn't happen. We waited another 5 hours before we were airborne. It seemed as though I would never reach Colombia… TOUCHDOWN IN COLOMBIA...FINALLY We eventually arrived at 09.30 and went through immigration – without them asking to see an onward ticket. Go figure. The good news was that I didn't arrive in the middle of the night like I was worried about. But the driver (that my host Rob had sent) did. He'd been waiting for me since 3am. Juan Pablo, the now slightly annoyed driver, only spoke Spanish and my Spanish definitely has room for improvement. So, one of the first things I did after I got settled in my apartment in Laureles in Medellín was to look for a Spanish class. I found Alejandra and we ended up doing 3 one-ton-one classes every week for 3 months – even after I left Colombia. She's a really great teacher and makes it individual for each student. She knew I had a passion for producing podcasts, so one week my homework was to do a 2-minute podcast about Medellín in Spanish. You can listen to it after this week's episode. Drop me a line if you're looking for a great Spanish teacher. I'd love to connect you with Alejandra. 7 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT COLOMBIA MEDELLÍN IS THE SECOND-LARGEST CITY IN COLOMBIA After the capital Bogotá, Medellín is the second-largest city in Colombia. As of September 2019, the population of Medellín is about 2.5 million people (3.7 million in the metro area) and covers a total area of 381 square kilometres (147 square miles) and is 1,500 meters (4,920 feet) above sea level. It's located in the central region of the Andes Mountains in South America. MEDELLÍN IS KNOWN AS THE CITY OF THE ETERNAL SPRING That might be because the weather's typically a perfect 70-75 °F (22-23 °C) no matter the season. So, flowers on balconies and terraces, in gardens and parks, on sidewalk café tables, bloom all year. It's also known as “Capital of the Mountain”, and speaking of flowers it also has the nickname “City of the Flowers”. CABLE CARS ARE USED FOR MASS PUBLIC TRANSPORT Unlike expensive, touristy cable cars in other cities, the MetroCable here is a regular part of the city's public transport system. And this was something they did before any other city in the world. So, while you're cruising up high, you'll be rubbing shoulders with locals heading home after work. Medellín has an incredible skyline dotted with skyscrapers, grand colonial buildings, and colourful homes. And it looks extra good when you're zipping over the scene in a cable car. And Lonely Planet describes the Medellín cable car system as “possibly the least expensive but most comprehensive and photogenic city tour in the world.” BIG OUTDOOR ESCALATOR Medellín is surrounded by mountains so getting public transport to the steepest corners of the city isn't easy. So, the city planners got a bright idea: They decided to build an outdoor escalator. The Comuna 13 neighbourhood is on a steep hillside – and before the people living here had to climb the equivalent of 28 stories to get home from the city centre. Now, the journey takes six minutes, and the views get increasingly impressive as you glide up the hill. MEDELLÍN AWARDED THE MOST INNOVATIVE CITY OF 2013 The Urban Land Institute awarded Medellín “the Innovative City of the Year award” in 2013. Tramways, cable cars and the outdoor escalators were a big part of this, but also the city's world-class art galleries, libraries, and public spaces. Later, in 2016, Medellín won the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize, a sort of “urbanism Nobel prize”. Medellín got this because of its transformation into an outstanding liveable city. MEDELLÍN IS NOT A DANGEROUS CITY ANYMORE Twenty-five years ago, Time magazine dubbed Medellin “the most dangerous city on earth”. It was here that Pablo Escobar had his Medellín Cartel – a powerful and highly organized Colombian drug cartel and terrorist-type criminal organization. Escobar and other drug lords lived like princes. Judges and policemen were assassinated on a daily basis, and ordinary people disappeared overnight without trace. You might have seen Narcos on Netflix that tells the story of the life of Pablo Escobar and the rise and fall of the Medellín Cartel. By the way, it's important to say that this is fiction and according to the locals only partly a true story. Pablo Escobar was killed in 1993, yet still many people to this day think that Colombia and especially Medellín is a dangerous place to visit. But since then, the city has been transformed. Obviously, it's a big city and not without problems; but it's really not more dangerous than any other big city. FROM MURDER CAPITAL TO NOMAD HOTSPOT So, Medellín went from the murder capital of the world to a hipster holiday destination and a digital nomad hotspot. VISITING COMUNA 13 Comuna 13 is famous for the outdoor escalator but just as much for its amazing street art. Local artists are responsible for the colourful murals. Back in the day, Comuna 13 was the most dangerous district in the most dangerous city in the world. And it actually only got worse after Escobar was killed. The real violence in Comuna 13 only started after his death in 1993. The power vacuum created a bloody battle between left-wing guerrilla, right-wing paramilitary groups, and local street gangs. They all wanted to take control over Comuna 13, and between 1997 and 2002 the murder rate in Medellín tripled. The district was divided into zones of guerrillas and the paramilitary. There were ‘invisible borders' everywhere, and if you crossed one, it could mean the difference between life and death. If you had said just 15 years ago that you were going to Comuna 13, people would have thought you were crazy. And that's where I'm going next. Still today, it is not 100% safe, but this district is on the road to recovery. One of the positive influences is the Comuna 13 street art. TOURING COMUNA 13 I signed up for a 2.5-hour tour of Comuna 13 to experience the urban art, dance, and hear some amazing stories see the transformation of this district with my own eyes. For years, Comuna 13 was considered one of the most dangerous areas in Colombia but today it's an awesome example of change. My local guide, Laura, works for Zippy Tour and lives in the area and we ended the tour at the house she lives in with her family – way up the hill of Comuna 13. Before the tour started, Laura asked us not to give the local children any money as there are more than enough opportunities for them to earn money and giving them a ‘hand out' will not incentivise them to take these opportunities available to them. And many of them will use the money to purchase drugs as drug use remain a problem in this area. “We've been doing tours here for the past 5 years. We want to show people the beauty of Comuna 13 and the stores behind the art, the community, and the history of violence that has been transformed in recent years. Unfortunately, our tour business has suffered due to Covid-19 but we are so happy to still receive tourists despite the situation.” LIFE IN COMUNA 13 Laura has lived here in Comuna 13 her entire life. Her parents got married when they were very young. “My mother was 15 and my father was 18 when they got married because back then there was an agreement between families who had many children. For example, my father had 19 siblings and my mother had 21 siblings. It was a way to get them out of the house quickly to become financially independent.” Her parents were very poor and couldn't afford to buy land or a house. But at the time – around the start of the 1980s – the government began giving free land in Comuna 13 which her parents acquired.   So, Laura has fond memories of living here when she was a girl in the '80s. And the invisible borders I was talking about earlier first came later. So, she didn't see any dead people in the streets, the quality of life when it comes to health was very bad. “The situation was bad, but the community made it a pleasant place to live. They held fiestas and concerts, and I have fond memories of growing up here.” Laura explained that it was like a forgotten part of the city. It was just poor people living here, so it was like the government didn't care about them. Laura told us that as a girl, she never once saw any police presence in the area ever. So, the locals decided to create their own illegal security protection group called the Popular Militias. They started out well, taking care of the community and protecting the children from nefarious activities at night. However, over time, the Popular Militias began to become dangerous and everything changed when Pablo Escobar died. Yes, everything would change when Pablo Escobar died in 1993. At the time Laura was around 11 years old. And as we talked about earlier, this was when things turned really bad here in Comuna 13. When Escobar was at his peak with the Medellín Cartel he recruited a lot of young people in Comuna 13. “Escobar's cartel began recruiting young people from poor neighbourhoods around the city, including here in Comuna 13, to work in their organisation. Often, this included crimes such as kidnapping, torture, assassinations, local terrorism, and drug trafficking. Escobar even offered 1 million Colombian pesos for every policeman killed, which of course made many poor and disadvantaged people eager to get involved in a life of crime. It was easy, fast money. Escobar was responsible for arranging the killing of 657 policemen in Medellín.” And as you might remember, the hunt for Pablo Escobar ended when he was shot on a roof in Comuna 11, not far from here. “The government thought that once Escobar was dead, things would be better. This was not the case. Many people and crime organisations wanted to take control and the violence spread rapidly throughout the country. Many criminal syndicates joined forces and urban warfare was rampant. Many innocent people lost their lives.” During that time, the government had many operations to get law and order brought to Comuna 13. They all failed. So, in October 2002 they did a more drastic operation. Operation Orion was “the largest urban military operation ever to take place in Colombia” and lasted for four days. WARM COLOMBIAN HOSPITALITY We continued to Laura's home and had cold beer on the balcony with a stunning view of Comuna 13 and Medellín. On the way, we saw a lot of amazing street art and was witness to several dance acts. Even though a part of it was on the escalators, it was still a lot of walking uphill. I chatted to Laura and found out more about life living in Comuna 13 and sharing a home with so many siblings and family members. Before I put my microphone away and enjoyed the view and chats with new friends, Laura had some final words about her country. “Colombia is more than coffee and Narcos. Colombia has so much to offer both locals and visitors alike. We have a beautiful paradise filled with wonderfully warm people.” Amen to that, Laura. My name is Palle Bo, and I gotta keep moving. See you. COVID-19 TRAVEL and TOURISM RULES FOR COLOMBIA For the latest COVID-19 travel restrictions and tourist regulations, please visit the official website of the Colombian government. Make sure the Colombia is open for tourism before booking your trip.

Keyword: Crypto
Notsofast Part Trois

Keyword: Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 141:06


Notsofast returns for a third time to school me on NFTs and to help us all avoid pitfalls in the space. He also donated an original piece of artwork to help fund the show that I turned into 4 original NFTs and have listed on: Ethereum: shorturl.at/zCKSW Polygon: shorturl.at/hkzBQ Solana: https://solsea.io/nft/919iXyW4ksmoA6miBD1H8GgsG1si5SzchZQ8pHxDRefE Tezos: https://www.hicetnunc.xyz/objkt/372091 You can reach out to Notsofast on Twitter (especially to ask him about his amaing artwork!!!): https://twitter.com/notsofast You can donate to help support the show at: NANO: nano_3qrknjfmy33jspmzbssrbpskzdi8qibq9zztr6rn7kx8ai3yzyb8569fmfpf NANO: nano.to/keywordcrypto (testing this out) BAN: ban_3qrknjfmy33jspmzbssrbpskzdi8qibq9zztr6rn7kx8ai3yzyb8569fmfpf BTC: 39v3yrPDqm61LtyknESDAyAmGUGyuW3Kc1 ETH: keywordcrypto.eth Patreon.com/keywordcrypto Commerce.coinbase.com/charges/5LPM74N9 anchor.fm/keywordcrypto Socials: Website: keywordcrypto.com Facebook: facebook.com/keywordcrypto Twitter: twitter.com/keywordcrypto Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/keywordcrypto/ Youtube: youtube.com/c/keywordcrypto Intro Song: Street Race Rival - Oracle FM *NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE. Do Your Own Research and never hesitate to ask questions!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/keywordcrypto/support

WIFFLE® Now!
18 in 18 - LWA Riot

WIFFLE® Now!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 17:12


When the Leroy Wiffle Association stopped coming and the core guys moved to GBL, it was assumed that was the end of Leroy in the NWLA Tournament. NOT SO FAST! Tim W is bringing a team to Indy, and it is made up of many familiar tournament names. They aren't lacking experience or heart, so keep your eyes on the Riot, they may shock a team or two. 

Growing The Game with Ballsy
Episode 308 - Dan Rashovich, Mark McConkey and Dean Kuz

Growing The Game with Ballsy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 42:57


1ST QTR 1:30  Mark McConkey talks about his excitement as he gears up for his first appearance as the U of R Rams Head Coach! McConkey also gives us a 2021 preview of his squad which has been given the underdog label this season.   2ND QTR 17:27  Mike Miller of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers is the CFL all-time special teams tackle leader....OR IS HE? Former Rider Dan Rashovich says NOT SO FAST!!!  3RD QTR 30:00  NFL season is right around the corner and Ballsy has some signs that your team is going to suck, well besides the fact they're named the JETS!  4TH QTR  31:41  Dean Kuz has been coaching high school football for 31 years! He talks to Ballsy about his proudest moment at Miller, the art of delegation and what it's like to share a field with a Riders legend!

Patients Rising Podcast
Rising Costs of Health Insurance

Patients Rising Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 37:52


Premiums, deductibles, and copays continue to rise as insurance companies grow fat through mergers and monopolies. Host Terry Wilcox speaks with former insurance executive-turned-advocate Wendell Potter. Together, they explore the reasons behind climbing costs and what a public option would mean for patient access to insurance. Plus, Kate interviews Morgan Fitzgerald who lives with chronic migraines. She shares her battle to receive insurance coverage for the preventative treatments she depends on. Hosts: Terry Wilcox, Executive Director, Patients RisingDr. Robert Goldberg, “Dr. Bob,” Co-Founder and Vice President of the Center for Medicine in the Public InterestKate Pecora, Field Correspondent, Patients RisingGuests:Wendell Potter, President, Center for Health and DemocracyMorgan Fitzgerald, Migraine AdvocateLinks:Laws to Help Patients Get Pricey Drugs Fall Short, Advocates SayMigraine: The Invisible Illness that Alters the Lives of MillionsWendell Potter Now SubstackOp-Ed: Want a Public Option? Not So Fast, Say Health InsurersDr. Marion Mass TweetCMS nixes ‘most-favored nation' pricing model for Medicare Part BNeed help?The successful patient is one who can get what they need when they need it. We all know insurance slows us down, so why not take matters into your own hands? Our Navigator is an online tool that allows you to search a massive network of health-related resources using your zip code so you get local results. Get proactive and become a more successful patient right now at PatientsRisingConcierge.orgHave a question or comment about the show, or want to suggest a show topic or share your story as a patient correspondent?Drop us a line: podcast@patientsrising.orgThe views and opinions expressed herein are those of the guest(s)/ author(s) and do not reflect the official policy or position of Patients Rising.

Decred In Depth
Notsofast - Decred Mining + NFTs + DAO + gaming

Decred In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2021 88:42


Eduardo will be sitting down with Notsofast, long-time #decred hodler, altcoin miner, and aspiring metaverse champion. We'll be discussing the current and future state of #Decred. Particularly, Notsofast's opinion on mining, DCRDEX , lightning network, and the direction for the Decred DAO. We will also discuss gaming, the metaverse, and NFTs. You will not want to miss this live stream! Tune in at 12pm EST Friday, July 30th. Find out more about Decred: https://decred.org Join the Decred community! Twitter: https://twitter.com/decredproject Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/decred Telegram: https://t.me/Decred Discord: https://discord.com/invite/GJ2GXfz Matrix: https://chat.decred.org/

Gold Goats 'n Guns Podcast
Episode #76 - Davos, Ukraine and the Week That Changed the World Part II

Gold Goats 'n Guns Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 37:57


Last Episode we identified Davos, their motivations and how they have been manipulating events to bring about an ascendant European Union and a descendent U.S., Russia and China. This episode we drill into the situation surrounding the failed attempt to stoke a war between NATO and Russia in Ukraine and how that led to President Biden offering a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin and ultimately suing for peace on behalf of that same Europe.Show Notes:Great Reset? Putin Says, “Not So Fast”https://tomluongo.me/2021/02/10/great-reset-putin-not-so-fast/From the Notebook: The Coming Apotheosis of the Bankshttps://tomluongo.me/2021/05/15/coming-apotheosis-banks-notebook/Twitter: TFL1728blog: www.tomluongo.me

This Day in Weather History
May 14 - The VERY Late Southern Alberta Blizzard

This Day in Weather History

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 6:17


With 5 weeks to go to the first official day of Summer, people had their snowmobiles put away and motorcycles out already. The had skis and snowboards already switched out for water skis and hiking gear. NOT SO FAST….there was ONE more punch to the face with snow and it hit this day in weather history.

Questioning Medicine
Weekly Update 176

Questioning Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 23:57


Compression stocking to prevent cellulitis? NOT SO FAST! Vitamin D still doesn't work even for depression. Hip fractures are on teh decline and it is not because of drugs. A scribe cost money, but how much? What about doing an LP with anticoagulants, it is probably safer than you think. What do you do with kidney stones? Finally, there is a lot of medical waste, so stop ordering MRIs for low back pain! https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33058700/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32989711/ https://www.auajournals.org/doi/10.1097/JU.0000000000001318 https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2771609 https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/M20-0428 https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/article-abstract/2768887 https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2768978 https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMoa1917197

Eat Em and Weep
Eat Em and Weep - Episode 21 - Sad Grocery Couture (correct file, blame production)

Eat Em and Weep

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 42:40


I bet you thought you'd just pick up a couple things from the store - NOT SO FAST! On this episode the Super Sisters tackle "Supermarket Stakeout". The only show where you can flip your grocery cart for profit. Like, rate, review and subscribe!

Tech of Business
167: The magic between Idea and Development

Tech of Business

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 12:17


So, you've got a *brilliant* idea for a new online program, course, workshop or membership -- that's incredible! I'm betting you're just super excited to get to putting content together so that it can shine like you feel in your bones, right? Well, NOT-SO-FAST... okay? Between the idea and the development of that idea is a crucial step called VALIDATION. In this episode, we talk all about validation -- and yeah, I know, you've heard it before -- but seriously, there is a time and place for development, but it's not before you make sure that the time you spend on that program, workshop, course or membership is time that will pay you back in the form of new revenue. Validation includes knowing your audience, talking with your audience, making sure that your idea matches their desires. You are in the business of providing opportunity for others to tap into their passion and creativity -- making sure that you are giving them what they desire will go a long way towards making sure that they will sign up and become *raving fans*. In this episode, I shared that listening to episode 158 would be beneficial (for the success matrix). I also mentioned that the best way that this podcast and my programs work for you is to get on a free call with me --> http://callwithjaime.com

Tech of Business
167: The magic between Idea and Development

Tech of Business

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 12:17


So, you've got a *brilliant* idea for a new online program, course, workshop or membership -- that's incredible! I'm betting you're just super excited to get to putting content together so that it can shine like you feel in your bones, right? Well, NOT-SO-FAST... okay? Between the idea and the development of that idea is a crucial step called VALIDATION. In this episode, we talk all about validation -- and yeah, I know, you've heard it before -- but seriously, there is a time and place for development, but it's not before you make sure that the time you spend on that program, workshop, course or membership is time that will pay you back in the form of new revenue. Validation includes knowing your audience, talking with your audience, making sure that your idea matches their desires. You are in the business of providing opportunity for others to tap into their passion and creativity -- making sure that you are giving them what they desire will go a long way towards making sure that they will sign up and become *raving fans*. In this episode, I shared that listening to episode 158 would be beneficial (for the success matrix). I also mentioned that the best way that this podcast and my programs work for you is to get on a free call with me --> http://callwithjaime.com

Keyword: Crypto
Notsofast Hates XMAS!!!!

Keyword: Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021 151:30


Returning guest and crypto OG, Notsofast, talk about his latest hack, politics and Christmas lights. You don't want to miss this one, folks! Notsofast's Socials: https://twitter.com/notsofast You can donate to help support the show at: BTC: 39v3yrPDqm61LtyknESDAyAmGUGyuW3Kc1 ETH: 0xe5DCA0e80BF96Cb43fdb0d033a65461c8F8f9988 NANO: nano_3qrknjfmy33jspmzbssrbpskzdi8qibq9zztr6rn7kx8ai3yzyb8569fmfpf Patreon.com/keywordcrypto Commerce.coinbase.com/charges/5LPM74N9 anchor.fm/keywordcrypto Socials: Website: keywordcrypto.com Facebook: facebook.com/keywordcrypto Twitter: twitter.com/keywordcrypto Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/keywordcrypto/ Youtube: youtube.com/c/keywordcrypto Intro Song: Street Race Rival - Oracle FM *NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE. Do Your Own Research and never hesitate to ask questions!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/keywordcrypto/support

Church School LIVE!
NOT SO FAST!

Church School LIVE!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 8:38


From changing undershirts to pulling off face masks...NOT SO FAST! Obeying God is the only thing we should do quick, fast, and in a hurry!

Market Meditations
#41 Notsofast: Taking Profit on Bitcoin in 2021

Market Meditations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2021 55:05


Notsofast is a well-respected crypto OG who has been active in crypto since 2014. He is known for his wealth of knowledge on mining, security & privacy and macro trends in crypto. Follow: Notsofast My Twitter: @koroushak My Newsletter: https://koroushak.substack.com/

The Parsha In My Life - By Rabbi Reuven Wolf - Maayon Yisroel

https://youtu.be/AHpDNZccM54 The post Goodbye 2020? Not So Fast! appeared first on Maayon Yisroel.

Young Blended and Black
" Not So Fast"

Young Blended and Black

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2021 0:35


We are back and we are starting this year off with a Fast. Young Blended and Black will chronicle our fasting journey. Each episode of "Not So Fast" will keep posted on the in's and out's of our 21 Day Fast.  Tune in and keep us encouraged. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/young-blended--black/message

Connection Church Sermons

This week Pastor Joe begins 2021 with a new series entitled “Soul Detox” and a message entitled “Not So Fast.”

HTM Undressed
The Discount Decline

HTM Undressed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2020 32:09


Not sure what the hell kind of entertainment ya been scrolling for, but this jar of complete space cadets doing their best showtime at the apollo may just do it for ya. The 24th straight Friday an underdog can prevail by flapping their gums. Name three easy peeeeezy songs and win Ben's Burgers. Simple enough? NOT SO FAST like the ole ball coach said.Twitter: @HTMUndressed Facebook Live: Hold The Mayo (Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday at 10:00) Merch and Blogs: www.htmsports.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/HoldTheMayo)

Tabernacle Baptist Church of Raleigh
2 Samuel 11:14-27 “Not So Fast”

Tabernacle Baptist Church of Raleigh

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2020 27:31


“Not So Fast”2 Samuel 11:14-27

Gameboiz Podcast
DAWN OF A NEW ERA (Feat. Jeremy Schmidt)

Gameboiz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2020 65:53


The Boiz are back and sitting on the edge of history. Is it the new president elect? NOT SO FAST. Instead these Boiz peer over the cliffs of time and see in the roiling ocean ... the NEXT GENERATION OF CONSOLES. They're joined by Jeremy Schmidt to discuss what's coming, what to be excited about, and how the election mirrors the newest wave of GAMING DEVICES. Enjoy the madness, get some answers, and maybe hear a little bit about ... Valhalla?!? What a world. Edited and Produced by Hailey Clement Intro and Outro Music by Matthew Morden Art by Rory Blank

STAND FOR TRUTH RADIO with Susan Knowles
Reality Check with Susan Knowles for 11-9-20- Not So Fast. We Still Have a Constitution, Joe!

STAND FOR TRUTH RADIO with Susan Knowles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 3:33


Not So Fast. We Still Have a Constitution, Joe! Media and Big Tech have helped bring us here and are still lying to the American public.

Science Friday
Climate Policy And The Election, COVID Winter Forecast, Murder Hornets. Nov 6, 2020, Part 1

Science Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2020 47:17


What Will The Pandemic Look Like During The Winter? It’s been almost a year since officials in China announced the spread of a mysterious pneumonia, and identified the first COVID-19 patients. On January 21, the first U.S. COVID-19 case was confirmed in Washington State. And new record highs for cases were set this week.  Since March, just about every country in the world has tried to get a handle on the pandemic using different interventions. Infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm and physician Abraar Karan discuss what pandemic planning might look like heading into the winter and during the second year of the virus.  Key Congressional Races That Could Affect Future Climate Change Legislation In addition to the presidential race, there were hundreds of local congressional elections that may be important in determining what type of climate change legislation will be passed in the next few years. Reporter Scott Waldman from E&E News/Climatewire talks about some of these races in areas affected by climate change. Not So Fast, Murder Hornets This past spring, you might have seen many headlines about murder hornets making it to the U.S. This is the sensationalist nickname for the Asian Giant Hornet, a large insect native to East and South Asia that preys on honey bee colonies.  Since late 2019, there have been several sightings of these hornets in Washington state. Just last month, the first Asian Giant Hornet nest was discovered in the U.S., in Blaine, Washington, which is on the U.S. and Canada border. On October 24th, that nest was successfully eliminated by a group of scientists from the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).  Joining Ira to talk about why it was so important to destroy this nest are two entomologists who worked closely on this effort: Chris Looney, with the WSDA in Olympia, and Jackie Serrano with the USDA in Wapato, Washington.

THE GRIND ON SPORTS
The Grind OCT 16 (2020)

THE GRIND ON SPORTS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2020 59:52


#FridayGRIND THE GRIND IS MOVING! STARTING 10/19/20 THE GRIND WILL BE A 5-6PM GRIND! Prep Preview: Maryville host Ooltewah, PICK: MARYVILLE Alcoa travels to Kingston, PICK: ALCOA William Blount host Bradley Central, PICK: BRADLEY CENTRAL Heritage travels to Karns, PICK: HERITAGE MLB: ALCS: Watch out RAYS! Astros pickin up some MO! Fend off elimination 1 more time......force game 6 TONIGHT! PICK: RAYS finish tonight NLCS: BRAVES say to Dodgers "Not So FAST!", explode on Kershaw and blow out the Dodgers to take a 3-1 series lead! PICK: BRAVES (pretty, pretty please) CFB: HUGE weekend, BIG implications! Bama/Georgia! Is it the same without Saban tracking the sideline with arms crossed? PICK: BAMA VOLS host Kentucky TameKittens...... I want to see VOLS O-line make a statement and JG make GOOD DECISIONS! PICK: VOLS THE GRIND IS MOVING! STARTING 10/19/20 THE GRIND WILL BE A 5-6PM GRIND! www.THEGRINDONSPORTS.com

Totally Effn Lost
Air Prawns

Totally Effn Lost

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2020 37:49


Byron had to get from London to Australia...easy, right? NOT SO FAST

Positive Parenting | Mr. Dad
How Brain Development Affects Driving

Positive Parenting | Mr. Dad

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2020 30:00


Tim Hollister, author of Not So Fast. Topic: Parenting your teen through the dangers of driving Issues: How brain development affects driving; what driver’s ed doesn’t produce safe drivers; how and why to prepare a “flight plan” for each drive before handing over the keys; how an when to say no. The post How Brain Development Affects Driving appeared first on Mr. Dad.

In House Warrior
The Evolution of Privilege with Todd Presnell, a partner at Bradley and Host Richard Levick

In House Warrior

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2020 17:13


Not So Fast. The Evolution of Privilege: Todd Presnell, a partner at Bradley and author of Presnell on Privileges (https://presnellonprivileges.com/), discusses the evolution of privilege and how more of our legal conversations than we think may not be subject to the privilege protection.

Coughswitch
Not So Fast

Coughswitch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2020 2:52


Not So Fast by Mike Meenan

Rough Consensus
Episode 10: Bitcoin, Decred & Altcoins with notsofast

Rough Consensus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2020 82:17


In this episode the spidermen are joined by @notsofast - a cryptocurrency OG with wide ranging expertise, and pick his brain surrounding: - Bitcoin vs Altcoins - Why Decred - Mining - Investment / Trading Approach  - And much more...

Bwrosas Discussions
#LIVE: Mid-Week (Wednesday) Topics On My Mind For 5-13-2020

Bwrosas Discussions

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2020 67:52


Good Morning everyone, today we have several topics to discuss: Topics are: 1. Another Stimulus Check Headed Our Way? And is it worth it for the country financially? 2.Vice Channel's "Dark Side Of The Ring" Series, and Why You Should Be Watching It? 3. Buying/Owning Movies/Shows ,or Having Family/Friends Giving Movies/Shows To You As Gifts, But Yet You Haven't Had The Chance To Watch Them, What Could Be The Reason? 4. Work (Essential or Not) Staffing Going Through Changes and Employees Who Haven't Been There Long Enough Getting Leveled Up Before Long-Time Employees. Why? 5. 4th of July Firework Shows Cancelled For This Year? Not So Fast! 6. My Little Pony: Friendship Is Forever, Is Not Just A Comic Book by IDW anymore Comments are Welcomed #TopicsOnMyMind #May2020 #YouTube #StimulusCheck #DarkSidOfTheRing #4thOfJuly #4thOfJuly2020 #MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsForever --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bwrosas/support

Coronavirus Courage and Calm

As more places in the world plan to “open up,” Catherine discusses some of the new evidence indicating longterm effects of COVID-19 on the human body and encourages us to stay vigilant until more is known and there are treatments.  She also looks at the habit of living in a slower way and proposes that ... Read More about Not So Fast The post Not So Fast appeared first on Catherine Ingram.

Cited
Secondary Symptoms #2: Not So Fast

Cited

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2020 56:35


It’s going to take a while, but we find glimmers of hope.  We speak to Guardian journalist Sumanth Subramanian. He tells the story of one lab’s push for a Covid-19 vaccine, and the promising new technology they’re using. It just might revolutionize vaccine development. But don’t get too excited, because the fastest vaccine ever… well, … Continue reading Secondary Symptoms #2: Not So Fast →

The Boss Hog of Liberty
159: Corey Murphy - "Not So Fast" - COVID Re-opening

The Boss Hog of Liberty

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2020 58:10


Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis are your hosts! https://bosshog.fireside.fm/175 Our friend Corey Murphy, President of the Henry County Economic Development Corporation joins us to discuss the process of re-opening our local economy. They have the “Not So Fast” initiative, preparing businesses to re-open. We also discuss the ways to help local businesses get through the short term. The EDC also has some opportunities for locally sourced small business loans. Our program is community supported on Patreon. Do your part by chipping into the cause by donating monthly at any level at www.patreon.com/bosshogofliberty and receive even more BONUS coverage and content. Support The Boss Hog of Liberty Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Keyword: Crypto
Notsofast: Economics, the Sh*ttiest Science

Keyword: Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2020 76:19


Notsofast, early crypto adopter and miner, holds his own in a debate about what he claims is the shittiest of all the sciences. Enjoy! Notsofast's Socials: Twitter: @notsofast.com Our Socials: Website: keywordcrypto.com Facebook: @keywordcrypto Twitter: @keywordcrypto Twitter (Michael): @keywordcrypto_m Twitter (JJ): @keyword_jj Linkedin: @keywordcrypto Youtube: KeywordCrypto Support Us: BTC: 39v3yrPDqm61LtyknESDAyAmGUGyuW3Kc1 ETH: 0xe5DCA0e80BF96Cb43fdb0d033a65461c8F8f9988 NANO: nano_3qrknjfmy33jspmzbssrbpskzdi8qibq9zztr6rn7kx8ai3yzyb8569fmfpf Patreon Coinbase Tippin.me Intro Song: Physical Forms - On the Brink --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/keywordcrypto/support

POV Crypto Podcast: Your Crypto Echo-Chamber Dies Here.
126 - The Bitcoin Beyonder w/@NotSoFast

POV Crypto Podcast: Your Crypto Echo-Chamber Dies Here.

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2020 63:46


Crypto OG @NotSoFast is an experienced spec miner, staker, and conquer of altcoin opportunities. @NotSoFast has a very unique mental model for the crypto space and explains the role of Bitcoin and Altcoins together. This is a wide ranging show, we discuss the following topics.  Topics:  Trying to keep the pseudonym as a good actor that could be a guide  How Dogecoin onboarded people to Bitcoin  Bitcoin’s nature as open sourced and permissionless How Ethereum killed PoW launches Speculative Staking  Bitcoin Attack Vectors Bitcoin’s incredible resilience  Please rate and share the podcast! You can find us @POVCryptopod on Twitter.  David Hoffman on Twitter and Medium @TrustlessState Christian Keroles on Twitter @ck_SNARKs [Guest] @NotSoFast on Twitter [SPONSOR]  eToro - Sign up for the best trading in Crypto Quantstamp - Get your smart contract audited at expertaudits.com Unchained Capital - Easy BTC multi sig cold storage and BTC backed loans. Send Bitcoin: 3P1kkSBdsc2vPWXin3h6bdVeTS4BzXdNG1 Send Ether: POVCrypto.eth

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
Lindsay DeFranco Is Happier

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2020 96:21


Lindsay DeFranco is a former YouTube personality who refers to herself as a "recovering mommy blogger." She's also the cofounder of the media literacy campaign Not So Fast and the wife of superstar YouTuber Phil DeFranco with whom she has two young sons. We talked about motherhood, moving to LA with Phil, her reasons for leaving YouTube, curly hair, home invasion, guns, her childhood in Georgia, mediocrity, her parents' divorce, self-care and compassion, anxiety, live streaming platforms and so much more. We also took your questions. Check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/alisonrosen   Buy Alison's Book: Tropical Attire Encouraged (and Other Phrases That Scare Me) You probably need to buy the HGFY ringtone! This show is brought to you by UNDERCOVER TOURIST: http://undercovertourist.com/alison. Try Amazon Prime Free 30 Day Trial

Closer to Free
308 - Not So Fast

Closer to Free

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2020 59:53


Episode 308 of Closer to Free is "Not So Fast," in which Bailey has the chicken pox and a lot of guilt. Intro and outro music for Closer to Free is "It's All Happening" by Huma-Huma. You can find more information at soundcloud.com/huma-huma Find Closer to Free on Social Media: twitter - @closertofreepod facebook - facebook.com/closertofreepod email - closertofreepod@gmail.com

Computers, Coffee and Curriculum
CCC0027: Collaborating and Sharing In Our District

Computers, Coffee and Curriculum

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2020 33:41


In this episode Dan, Jim and Maria talk about collaborating and sharing information in our district with co-workers and students. 03:00 Sharepoint 04:43 Microsoft Teams 14:15 Scenarios and Questions that pop up. 18:21 Question #2 21:35 Question #3 24:35 Question #4 26:30 Time for one more! 28:30 Not So Fast! Contact us at feedback@k12ccc.com or 346-FAQ-HELP (346-327-4357)

Crypto Entrepreneurs
Altcoin Mining and Toxic Bitcoin Maximalism with notsofast

Crypto Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2019 60:03


notsofast is a crypto OG, an altcoin miner, a twitter personality, and has even been a keynote speaker at a cryptocurrency conference. In this episode we discuss the problems with Bitcoin maximalism, the dogecoin community, mining altcoins, entrepreneurship, how to make money in the crypto industry, and projects nsf is excited for in the coming year. notsofast is a staple of crypto Twitter and imparts his wisdom throughout the entire episode. This episode is sponsored by RoundlyX. RoundlyX allows you to dollar cost average your spare change into Bitcoin and other alternative currencies by rounding up your debit and credit card purchases to the next whole dollar. It's similar to Acorns, but for Bitcoin and other digital assets. Sign up , take the stress and emotion out of investing, and start dollar cost averaging with your spare change today. https://www.roundlyx.com/ Website: Twitter: https://twitter.com/notsofast Disclaimer: This content is being provided to you for informational purposes only. Nothing discussed in this video is intended to be investment advice. This content, and any information contained therein, does not constitute a recommendation to buy, sell or hold any security, financial product or instrument referenced in the content.

The Crypto Conversation
Notsofast - How putting on a mask gives you crypto superpowers

The Crypto Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2019 59:16


Notsofast is the pseudonymous Twitter persona of a crypto OG. Notsofast was a prolific early altcoin spec miner, a dogecoin enthusiast and one of Crypto Twitter's most helpful personalities. Notsofast is a consultant to many blockchain projects and an advocate for the potential of decentralized, permissionless systems. An insightful and engaging speaker Notsofast says it's important to get friendly with the idea of cognitive dissonance.  Key takeaway: Deploying a pseudonymous persona gives the individual a blank canvas to build a solid reputation by setting a good example. This is a kind of superpower. Notsofast's entry into crypto came via Dogecoin, a fun community and an entry into the space that allowed users to not take themselves too seriously, or have to engage with fringe political beliefs. Notsofast has approximately 300 altcoin bags and believes that while Bitcoin maximalism is a strong argument for the success of blockchain generally, there is a part of it that descends into groupthink meaning nuanced discussion is lost.  Why you should listen: Hear why Dogecoin is an oscillator that has proven store of nostalgia properties, and while Notsofast was once a prolific spec miner, hobbyist mining opportunities are rare now that anyone can launch their own token. Notsofast says it's important to get friendly with cognitive dissonance and he uses the Indian parable of the blind men and the elephant to illustrate the difficulties of grokking the crypto asset space. Plus Andy and Notsofast discuss Willy Woo's Oscillators and Degenerators thesis, why families might be natural crypto custodians and the practicalities of securing 300 different altcoin holdings.  Supporting links: Notsofast at CoinfestUK Die a hero, or live long enough to see yourself become the villain Willy Woo's Oscillators and Degenerators The parable of the blind men and an elephant  The Wasp Factory Cryptochrisw on Twitter Notsofast on Twitter Andy on Twitter Brave New Coin on Twitter Brave New Coin

Rekt Podcast
Interview 77: Notsofast 2: Not2fast

Rekt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2019 70:53


On today's show, the guys are joined by Rektie Award winning, friend of the show, Notsofast. We discuss some Real Life Rekt stories. Notsofast tries a new segment called "Mine Your Business". Finally, Chamber takes on Notso in a Canadian 80's Music Trivia contest. Follow Notsofast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/notsofast Follow CoinHQ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoinHQ_ Check out Divi Project here: https://diviproject.org Check out our new and improved website at https://www.rektpodcast.com/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/REKT_Podcast Help support the show at https://www.patreon.com/RektPodcast

Mostly Security
098: Collective Gasp of Yuck

Mostly Security

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2019 44:19


Eric goes pot shopping and Jon loves carrot cake. Has google achieved quantum supremacy? Biometric missteps, cache failures, Mercedes app glitches, and more cryptojacking containers. Eric joins the Rebble Alliance, the Air Force retires their 8" floppies, and bees can do math now. 0:00 - Intro 4:26 - Carrot Cake 6:56 - Google's Quantum Claim 8:32 - Not So Fast... 10:06 - Samsung Fingerprint Fail 14:23 - Pixel 4 Face Unlock 17:39 - Cache Poisoning 27:04 - Mercedes Glitch 30:14 - Docker Cryptojacking 32:58 - Rebble With a Cause 36:43 - No More 8" Floppies 39:01 - Bee Math  

Coffee Party USA Radio
We Still Have A Problem! Lots of Problems! on "A Cup of Joe"

Coffee Party USA Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2019 104:00


They just legalized cannabis in another state.  There is a Cannabis Cup in Detroit. The House just votred to defund the DEA on enforcement in states that are legal.  All is well in the land of "ending prohibition".  NOT SO FAST. While plenty of people. politicans, media and organizations are touting how good things are, people are still dying, still being denied access and still being jailed for all things cannabis.  Eben in states that have so called legalization.  Raids in California, Washington, shutting done medical care givers and private grows, limiting medical access basd on arbitray lists of ailments by people who are not experts, and prosecutions and jail. We do nto need to be complacent. We need to step it up and make sure that the path that is started is bulldozed through the oppression.  We need to step and take care of each other. Let's talk about it. Join us for "A Cup of Joe" to find out what YOU can do to help The Human Solution International accomplish our mission of ending cannabis prohibition to ensure civil and basic human rights. Wednesday Nights 8:00 PM EDT/5:00 PM PDT On Coffee Party USA Radio

Future Forward
Robots+Journalists=? FuFWD #0078

Future Forward

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2019 32:00


This week, the questions that have journalists looking fearfully to the future “Can Machines Make Media?” Then - is our love affair with tech over? One WIRED writer says - Not So Fast. And, the U.S. Updated its Nuclear Arsenal - to solve what is being called a ‘deterrence gap.’ I’m Alexa Scordato - and I’m Steven Rosenbaum - and this is Future Forward

Hashr8 Podcast
#29: Mining as a Lead Indicator of Market Conditions

Hashr8 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2019 72:54


We are joined by Notsofast, your favorite cryptomining OG's favorite cryptomining OG.  He is one of the blockchain industry's biggest mining proponents and most sought after advisers.  On the show he discusses how mining is often a great indicator of overall market conditions, why the cryptomining community is so important, and why to mine rather than just buy your coins. A special thanks to Notsofast for joining us, it was a great show! Follow Hashr8 on Twitter @h4shr8

Magic Internet Money
Bitcoin vs Altcoins with NotSoFast

Magic Internet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2019 158:49


bitconnect theme by schmoyoho, graphics by CryptoScamHub, Magic Internet Money inspired by u/mavensbot, invention of bitcoin & all cryptocurrencies by satoshi nakamoto.--My name is Brad Mills, I am a Bitcoiner. I am not a coder, I look at Bitcoin through the lens of a user & I believe BTC is the best form of money. It’s free speech money. Digital Gold. Programmable money for the age of the internet, uncensorable, peer to peer cash. A new asset class, a store of value. One of the most important open source inventions of our time, gifted to the world by an anonymous creator whose identity is still not known! I fell down the rabbit hole & have been following Bitcoin since 2011. I am not trying to make money with this show or sell you anything. This podcast is my evolving journey in the world of cryptocurrency as I try to reconcile my bitcoin maximalist philosophy & my respect for the Austrian Economic, Libertarian & Cypherpunk roots of bitcoin's creation with the the desire to stack BTC by investing in the rest of the space.--Brad Mills is a partner at Xsquared Ventures. All opinions expressed by Brad & his guests do not reflect the opinions of Xsquared Ventures or Xsquared Ventures Management. Investing in cryptocurrencies is high risk and can get you rekt, do not treat any opinion expressed on this show as investment advice, but only as an expression of Brad’s opinion. This podcast is for informational purposes only. Do not attempt to HODL without doing your research first.

Magic Internet Money
Bitcoin vs Altcoins conversation with notsofast

Magic Internet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2019 158:49


bitconnect theme by schmoyoho, graphics by CryptoScamHub, Magic Internet Money inspired by u/mavensbot, invention of bitcoin & all cryptocurrencies by satoshi nakamoto. -- My name is Brad Mills, I am a Bitcoiner. I am not a coder, I look at Bitcoin through the lens of a user & I believe BTC is the best form of money. It’s free speech money. Digital Gold. Programmable money for the age of the internet, uncensorable, peer to peer cash. A new asset class, a store of value. One of the most important open source inventions of our time, gifted to the world by an anonymous creator whose identity is still not known! I fell down the rabbit hole & have been following Bitcoin since 2011. I am not trying to make money with this show or sell you anything. This podcast is my evolving journey in the world of cryptocurrency as I try to reconcile my bitcoin maximalist philosophy & my respect for the Austrian Economic, Libertarian & Cypherpunk roots of bitcoin's creation with the the desire to stack BTC by investing in the rest of the space.   --   Brad Mills is a partner at Xsquared Ventures. All opinions expressed by Brad & his guests do not reflect the opinions of Xsquared Ventures or Xsquared Ventures Management. Investing in cryptocurrencies is high risk and can get you rekt, do not treat any opinion expressed on this show as investment advice, but only as an expression of Brad’s opinion. This podcast is for informational purposes only. Do not attempt to HODL without doing your research first.  

I Don't Want A Divorce Podcast With Dr. David Clarke

In this episode, Dr. Clarke continues his talk on the big six. These are the persons and activities that can sneak ahead of your spouse on your priority list. This talk is based on his book Kiss Me Like You Mean it. Get it here: http://davideclarkephd.com/Books?productid=31345&categoryid=&keywords= Goodbye, passion? NOT SO FAST. Yes, its true - that glorious, heart-pumping feeling of love and desire does seem to vanish in the wake of kids, careers, and well, life. But you can reclaim that mad-for-you, crazy-in-love feeling, and this time it will be deeper and more intimate than ever before. Your guide? King Solomon, the Bible's greatest lover, who has a few secrets up his ancient sleeve about how a husband and wife can experience unending passion -- and have a blast doing it. Thanks for listening!   Please remember to subscribe, rate, and review.   Ask Dr. Clarke. If you have a question that you would like Dr. Clarke to potentially read/answer on the show email us at: askdrclarke@gmail.com

The Energy Gang
Parsing the Green New Deal

The Energy Gang

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2019 59:02


The Green New Deal plan is out, and we’re suddenly having a national conversation about climate change again. It’s also injecting some early drama into the presidential primaries.This week, we’re digging into the plan. We’ll tell you what’s in it, assess the reactions, and look at whether it will amount to anything. Also: is the democratic-socialist agenda antithetical the “creating climate wealth” framing — or complimentary?Then, recycling is in crisis. You’re probably recycling wrong. China is cracking down. And your city is probably losing money. We’ll ask how to address it.Finally, lab-grown meat and meat alternatives are facing a backlash from the meat industry. Bills are getting introduced in states around the country to prevent companies from using the word "meat." Could it set the industry back just as these products are gaining traction?We’re doing a live show at the MIT Energy Conference on April 4 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Follow this link and use the promo code “energygang,” and we’ll give you a 10% discount on your ticket. Come join us for a fun live show on the energy picture in 2040.Recommended reading:Read the Green New Deal resolutionPolitico: The Impossible Green Dream of Alexandria Ocasio-CortezVox: The Green New Deal Is a 2020 Litmus TestFinancial Times: Why the World’s Recycling System Stopped WorkingNew York Times: You Call That Meat? Not So Fast, Cattle Ranchers SaySupport for this podcast comes from Dandelion Energy, the leading home geothermal company. Dandelion is making it easier for homeowners to get geothermal. Customers who switch to geothermal heating save on average $2,250 per year. See if your home qualifies.We're also brought to you by Wunder Capital. Wunder Capital is the leading commercial solar financing company in the United States. Click here to find out how Wunder Capital can help you finance your next commercial solar project.Subscribe to The Energy Gang podcast via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you find your audio content.

Rekt Podcast
Interview 27 - notsofast

Rekt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2019 61:21


The legendary notsofast joins the REKT crew to talk about his personal crypto journey and help us cover all the latest news around the cryptocurrency landscape. He also shares a REKT story with us that is can't miss! Check out our newest sponsor and register to earn some free BXY! https://beaxy.com/Registration?code=OA2QKW5NQ7 Be sure to follow us on Twitter @rekt_podcast Join us in our telegram group! https://t.me/Rekt_Podcast Bitcoin, Ethereum, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Crypto,

Stake & Nodes (Masternodes/Staking/Crypto)
Episode 18 - Discussion with @NotSoFast

Stake & Nodes (Masternodes/Staking/Crypto)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2018 120:23


In-depth discussion on #crypto narratives, how crypto has changed, bag defending, #masternodes, #governance, consensus models and macro views on how crypto can make headway into the mainstream.

Pediatric Emergency Playbook

Does Your Patient Have Streptococcal Pharyngitis? No Problem -- I'll just Swab. Not So Fast...   Fagan Nomogram for Likelihood Ratios 1. Decide on your pre-test probability of the disease (choose an approximate probability based on our assessment) 2. Use the likelihood ratio that correlates to your exam. 3. Draw a straight line frm your pre-test probability starting point, to the LR of the feauture/test, take it through to find your post-test probability 4. Use this new post-test probability to help in your decision Your patient has palatal petechiae, which confers a positive likelihood ratio (LR+) of 2.7 See below how to use this statistic based on your clinical assessment" Low Probability Moderate Probability High Probability   List of Likelihood Ratios for Streptococcal Pharyngitis Symptoms and signs Positive LR (95% CI) Negative LR (95% CI) Sensitivity (95% CI) Specificity (95% CI) Scarlatiniform rash 3.91 (2.00-7.62) 0.94 (0.90-0.97) 0.08 (0.05-0.14) 0.98 (0.95-0.99) Palatal petechiae 2.69 (1.92-3.77) 0.90 (0.86-0.94) 0.15 (0.10-0.21) 0.95 (0.91-0.97) Chills 2.16 (0.94-4.96) 0.88 (0.79-0.98) 0.21 (0.18-0.24) 0.90 (0.83-0.97) Anorexia 1.98 (0.83-4.75) 0.53 (0.26-1.10) 0.62 (0.12-1.11) 0.62 (0.12-1.12) Pharyngeal exudate 1.85 (1.58-2.16) 0.78 (0.74-0.82) 0.38 (0.32-0.44) 0.79 (0.73-0.84) Vomiting 1.79 (1.56-2.06) 0.85 (0.81-0.90) 0.28 (0.21-0.36) 0.84 (0.79-0.89) Tender cervical nodes 1.72 (1.54-1.93) 0.78 (0.75-0.81) 0.40 (0.35-0.46) 0.77 (0.71-0.82) Sibling with sore throat 1.71 (0.82-3.53) 0.92 (0.82-1.03) 0.18 (0.14-0.23) 0.89 (0.83-0.94) Halitosis 1.54 (0.79-2.99) 0.95 (0.81-1.12) 0.12 (0.05-0.29) 0.92 (0.86-0.99) Tonsillar and/or pharyngeal exudate 1.40 (1.10-1.77) 0.86 (0.75-0.98) 0.37 (0.28-0.46) 0.74 (0.68-0.78) Large cervical nodes 1.39 (1.16-1.67) 0.67 (0.53-0.84) 0.64 (0.50-0.76) 0.54 (0.41-0.67) Lack of cough 1.36 (1.18-1.56) 0.59 (0.48-0.73) 0.73 (0.66-0.78) 0.46 (0.38-0.55) Tonsillar exudates 1.35 (0.98-1.87) 0.81 (0.63-1.06) 0.46 (0.27-0.67) 0.66 (0.48-0.80) Tonsillar swelling 1.27 (1.04-1.54) 0.67 (0.52-0.85) 0.70 (0.64-0.76) 0.44 (0.32-0.57) Dysphagia 1.22 (1.00-1.48) 0.68 (0.51-0.91) 0.72 (0.55-0.85) 0.41 (0.23-0.62) Headache 1.22 (0.95-1.57) 0.90 (0.77-1.04) 0.39 (0.28-0.51) 0.68 (0.58-0.76) Lack of coryza 1.21 (1.08-1.35) 0.69 (0.55-0.88) 0.72 (0.64-0.79) 0.40 (0.34-0.48) Abdominal pain 1.18 (0.92-1.51) 0.95 (0.89-1.03) 0.24 (0.19-0.30) 0.79 (0.75-0.83) Red tonsils and/or pharynx 1.13 (0.96-1.33) 0.41 (0.16-1.02) 0.93 (0.85-0.96) 0.18 (0.09-0.35) Reported fever 1.07 (0.96-1.19) 0.86 (0.67-1.11) 0.71 (0.58-0.82) 0.33 (0.23-0.49) Red tonsils 1.07 (0.86-1.34) 0.82 (0.40-1.69) 0.80 (0.60-1.00) 0.25 (0.00-0.51) Red pharynx 1.06 (0.95-1.18) 0.56 (0.27-1.17) 0.93 (0.81-0.98) 0.12 (0.03-0.34) Documented temperature >38° or >38.5°C 1.02 (0.87-1.21) 0.98 (0.83-1.15) 0.50 (0.36-0.63) 0.51 (0.38-0.65) Summer 0.86 (0.61-1.20) 1.02 (1.00-1.05) 0.13 (0.00-0.33) 0.85 (0.65-1.04) Arthralgia 0.74 (0.18-3.08) 1.02 (0.97-1.06) 0.09 (0.00-0.25) 0.90 (0.77-1.04) Conjunctivitis 0.73 (0.46-1.16) 1.02 (0.98-1.05) 0.05 (0.02-0.11) 0.94 (0.85-0.98) Acute otitis media 0.65 (0.14-2.91) 1.04 (0.93-1.16) 0.03 (0.01-0.05) 0.94 (0.84-1.04) History of tonsillectomy 0.64 (0.49-0.84) 1.07 (1.03-1.11) 0.11 (0.08-0.13) 0.84 (0.81-0.86) Hoarseness 0.62 (0.46-0.83) 1.04 (1.03-1.06) 0.06 (0.03-0.12) 0.90 (0.85-0.93) Diarrhea 0.51 (0.33-0.79) 1.04 (0.99-1.11) 0.03 (0.00-0.06) 0.93 (0.86 Modified from: Shaikh et al. 2012 This post and podcast are dedicated to Sarah Werner for her constant encouragement of the story in all of us.  Check out Write Now with Sarah Werner. Selected References Cheung L et al. Throat swab have no influence on the management of patients with sore throats. J Laryngol. 217; 131:977-981. Ebell MH et al. Rational Clinical Examination: Does This Patient Have Streptococcal Pharyngitis? JAMA. 2000;284(22):2912-2918 Homme JH et al. Duration of Group A Streptococcus PCR positivity following antibiotic treatment of pharyngitis. Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis. 2018 Feb;90(2):105-108. Nakhoul GN et al. Management of Adults with Acute Streptococcal Pharyngitis: Minimal Value for Backup Strep Testing and Overuse of Antibiotics. J Gen Intern Med. 2013 Jun; 28(6): 830–834. Oliver J et al. Group A Streptococcus pharyngitis and pharyngeal carriage: A meta-analysis. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2018 Mar 19;12(3):e0006335. Shaikh N, Leonard E, Martin JM. Prevalence of streptococcal pharyngitis and streptococcal carriage in children: a meta-analysis. Pediatrics. 2010 Sep;126(3):e557-64. Shaikh et al. Accuracy and Precision of the Signs and Symptoms of Streptococcal Pharyngitis in Children: A Systematic Review. J Pediatrics. 2012; 3:487-493.e3

Venture Coinist Podcast
Speculative Mining and 'Passive-Income' in Crypto w/ Notsofast | Episode 02

Venture Coinist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2018 39:36


Talking about what speculative mining is and what kinds of passive-income exist in crypto, if any. The guest is Notsofast: bitcoin beyonder, altcoin miner, cryptoasset trader, and economic futurist.

QuantLayer Podcast
#5: Crypto Teams Need to Communicate Better, and a New Segment: Big Drama in Smallcap Land (Zoin and Sumokoin)

QuantLayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2018 42:52


Communication between crypto teams and their customers is often non-existent or lacking. Vikram and Faizaan talk about the current bearish sentiment of the market, and how exchanges and coin teams can better communicate with their customers. They discuss how exchanges can add predictability to their platforms through API versioning and how coin teams can flag important news they need to share with their coin holders. They also start a new segment called “Big Drama in Smallcap Land” where they dissect the persistent drama in the world of smallcap crypto coins. This segment’s drama surrounds Zoin’s newest lead developer not having development experience and Sumokoin, a strange tale of missed opportunity. Between market and technical talk, this episode is a good mix of all the things you love about crypto. Topics: State of the market since the last podcast The SEC commentary on Ethereum and Bitcoin General crypto sentiments on Twitter The case moving beyond some of the big currencies (ICO and token markets) Trepidation around what is legitimate versus non legitimate ICO The big deal about Jack Dorsey's Square getting a BitLicense Adding Ethereum Classic to Coinbase Political ramifications of having both Ethereum and Ethereum Classic What they noticed about Zaif and Cryptopia's API Standardization of API formats Their thoughts on API versioning Open-source projects that do versioning: Ember Airdropping free NIX tokens to Zin coin holders Their thoughts on Zoin having a lead developer without development experience Vikram's experience in the Sumokoin chatroom Links: Come check out our market intelligence platform Technical explanation of the DAO hack Conversation with Notsofast on Twitter Ember.js Guides Barry Silbert & Digital Currency Group Zencash Zcash Nix

Håll Flabben Podcast
Avsnitt 38 - Bil

Håll Flabben Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2018 47:40


Den här veckans pratar vi om att Erik bor i Stockholm samt att han har köpt bil. Verkligen intressant. Trevlig lyssning! ---------------------------------------- Avsnittsguide: Avsnitt 38 - Bil Maila in till: hallflabbenpodcast@gmail.com Hemsidan: www.hallflabben.se Håll Flabben Merchandise Spotify-listan Youtube Nytt avsnitt släpps varje lördag kl. 09.00. ---------------------------------------- Veckans låttips: Muse - Unidsclosed Desires Filmer: Elevator Weatherman Prank Impractical Jokers - How to Cut the Line for Broadway Tickets Impractical Jokers - The Guys Teach Foreign Language Classes in Brooklyn Skräck: Not So Fast

Bombshell
Only Mostly Dead

Bombshell

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2018 51:38


This week on Bombshell, Radha, Erin, and Loren play natsec madlibs with Amanda Sloat, discussing every possible complexity of US-Syria policy during John Bolton's first week.  The neverending potential for a trade war, protests in the run up to the US embassy in Israel's moving day, and Russian expulsions get a lightning round in Keeping Up Foreign Relations.  And for White House mayhem they stick to the other side of the river, checking in on the disturbing trend of aviation mishaps, the anniversary of combat integration of women, and sending troops to the border. And you should all be watching Killing Eve.   Amanda Sloat, "Trump's Syria whiplash," Brookings Amanda Sloat, "The West's Turkey conundrum," Brookings BBC, "Syria: The story of the conflict," BBC Morning Edition, "Analysis Of U.S.-Led Airstrikes On Syria After Suspected Chemical Attack," NPR Nancy Marshall-Genzer, Jed Kim, Renata Sago, Marielle Segarra, Danielle Chiriguayo, Jana Kasperkevic, Aaron Schrank, "Your trade war questions, answered," Marketplace Alex Capri, "Trump's 'Trade War' Irony: America Loses By Not Rejoining The TPP," Forbes Zeeshan Aleem, "Trump wasted his chance to make the TPP stronger," Vox Keith Bradsher, "Trump Weighs Return to Trans-Pacific Partnership. Not So Fast, Say Members." New York Times Rushdi Abu Alouf and Noga Tarnopolsky, "Nearly 1,000 Palestinians injured in Gaza-Israel border protests," Los Angeles Times Ilan Goldenberg, "How Trump can move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem," Politico Greg Jaffe, John Hudson, and Philip Rucker, "Trump, a reluctant hawk, has battled his top aides on Russia and lost," Washington Post Katie Rogers and Eileen Sullivan, "Trump and Western Allies Expel Scores of Russians in Sweeping Rebuke Over U.K. Poisoning," New York Times Tara Copp, "Military Times Crash Database," Military Times Tara Copp, "Navy's spike in aviation mishaps is the military's worst, up 82 percent," Military Times Doug Mataconis, "Federal Judge Blocks New Version Of Trump's Transgender Military Ban," Outside the Beltway Elliot Spagat and Luis Alonso Lugo, "US says California rejects proposed border duties for troops," AP Lindsay P. Cohn, on Twitter "Update on the Status of Women in Combat," CNAS  Jen Chaney, "BBC America's Killing Eve Is Instantly Addictive Television," Vulture   Music by Future Teens  Produced by Tre Hester 

BOMBSHELL
Only Mostly Dead

BOMBSHELL

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2018 51:38


This week on Bombshell, Radha, Erin, and Loren play natsec madlibs with Amanda Sloat, discussing every possible complexity of US-Syria policy during John Bolton's first week.  The neverending potential for a trade war, protests in the run up to the US embassy in Israel's moving day, and Russian expulsions get a lightning round in Keeping Up Foreign Relations.  And for White House mayhem they stick to the other side of the river, checking in on the disturbing trend of aviation mishaps, the anniversary of combat integration of women, and sending troops to the border. And you should all be watching Killing Eve.   Amanda Sloat, "Trump's Syria whiplash," Brookings Amanda Sloat, "The West's Turkey conundrum," Brookings BBC, "Syria: The story of the conflict," BBC Morning Edition, "Analysis Of U.S.-Led Airstrikes On Syria After Suspected Chemical Attack," NPR Nancy Marshall-Genzer, Jed Kim, Renata Sago, Marielle Segarra, Danielle Chiriguayo, Jana Kasperkevic, Aaron Schrank, "Your trade war questions, answered," Marketplace Alex Capri, "Trump's 'Trade War' Irony: America Loses By Not Rejoining The TPP," Forbes Zeeshan Aleem, "Trump wasted his chance to make the TPP stronger," Vox Keith Bradsher, "Trump Weighs Return to Trans-Pacific Partnership. Not So Fast, Say Members." New York Times Rushdi Abu Alouf and Noga Tarnopolsky, "Nearly 1,000 Palestinians injured in Gaza-Israel border protests," Los Angeles Times Ilan Goldenberg, "How Trump can move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem," Politico Greg Jaffe, John Hudson, and Philip Rucker, "Trump, a reluctant hawk, has battled his top aides on Russia and lost," Washington Post Katie Rogers and Eileen Sullivan, "Trump and Western Allies Expel Scores of Russians in Sweeping Rebuke Over U.K. Poisoning," New York Times Tara Copp, "Military Times Crash Database," Military Times Tara Copp, "Navy's spike in aviation mishaps is the military's worst, up 82 percent," Military Times Doug Mataconis, "Federal Judge Blocks New Version Of Trump's Transgender Military Ban," Outside the Beltway Elliot Spagat and Luis Alonso Lugo, "US says California rejects proposed border duties for troops," AP Lindsay P. Cohn, on Twitter "Update on the Status of Women in Combat," CNAS  Jen Chaney, "BBC America's Killing Eve Is Instantly Addictive Television," Vulture   Music by Future Teens  Produced by Tre Hester 

Eat This, Not That!
"No Sweat" Weight Loss Tips

Eat This, Not That!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2018 28:28


When most of us want to lose some weight our first instinct is to run to the gym and drown ourselves in pools of sweat. Not So Fast! This week, Jon is joined by Eat This, Not That! Senior Editor Olivia Tarantino who sheds some light on the fast and easy ways that you can gain better control of your weight and your health - exercise free!​ In the episode you'll learn: How exercise may actually hurt your weight loss goals The easiest ways to start losing weight Today! How you can make simple pantry swaps that save hundreds of calories Why size really does matter, when it comes to plates​ This episode is sponsored by Health IQ. Visit healthiq.com/eatthis for more information

Curiosity Daily
Interstellar Travel, Artificial Intelligence, and Immortality with Michio Kaku

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2018 42:43


Mining asteroids, traveling on laser beams, and developing self-aware robots: science fiction or science fact? World-renowned physicist and futurist Michio Kaku says that these milestones are not only in humanity's future, but are beginning to occur right now. Dr. Kaku joins the Curiosity Podcast for a fascinating inside look at interstellar travel, artificial intelligence, human immortality, and alien contact.  More reading from Curiosity: We'll Say Goodbye To Our Planet In 1,000 Years, Says Stephen Hawking Two Countries Have Made Space Mining Legal. But Is That, Well, Legal? Astronomers Have Found 7 Earth-Sized Planets Around The Same Star String Theory Says We Have at Least 10 Dimensions, but That's Not the Weirdest Thing About It The Kardashev Scale Is A Tool To Measure A Civilization's Advancement Why the Three Laws of Robotics Wouldn't Work — and What Would Instead A Ban on Killer Robots is a No-Brainer, Right? Not So Fast... What's Elon Musk's Plan For Life On Mars? People Are More Comfortable Around Robots When They're Programmed To Do One Very Human Thing Learn About Life, The Universe, And Everything From A Theoretical Physicist Additional links from Dr. Michio Kaku: Official Website of Dr. Michio Kaku Dr. Michio Kaku on Twitter @MichioKaku "The Future of Humanity: Terraforming Mars, Interstellar Travel, Immortality, and Our Destiny Beyond Earth" "Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration into the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel" "The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance, and Empower the Mind" Other resources discussed: How Elon Musk Names His Inventions | Inverse New technology is forcing us to confront the ethics of bringing people back from the dead | Quartz Eternime wants you to live forever as a digital ghost | CNET Augmented Eternity and Swappable Identities | MIT When you have an itch, what is happening under your skin? | HowStuffWorks Cody Gough on Twitter @ProducerCody Ashley Hamer on Twitter @SmashleyHamer See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Three Under Podcast
Episode 102: Tiger gets second but we all win at the Valspar

Three Under Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2018 39:59


The boys debrief the Valspar, where Tiger turned a rando PGA tour stop into must-see TV and even taught us about the residential paint and coatings market in the process. Segments include Kicking the Coverage, Fan Misbehavior, Ian Poulter of the Week, Not So Fast, and Brotables. Show also includes a check-in on the Zep vs. Fun bet.

Unchained: Your No-Hype Resource for All Things Crypto
How Crypto And Blockchain Technology Should Be Regulated

Unchained: Your No-Hype Resource for All Things Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2017 62:59


Love Unchained? Please take this extremely brief survey to help us obtain more sponsors: https://survey.libsyn.com/unchained Marco Santori, who leads the blockchain technology team at Cooley, and Joshua Ashley Klayman, who leads the blockchain and smart contracts group at Morrisson and Forrester, explain why they disagree on how to ensure a token sale won't run afoul of securities laws, how they think regulation around crypto will likely be formed and why the Bitcliense has made New York a crypto innovation backwater. Show notes: http://www.forbes.com/sites/laurashin/2017/12/12/how-crypto-and-blockchain-technology-should-be-regulated/ Marco Santori: https://www.cooley.com/people/marco-santori Joshua Ashley Klayman: https://www.mofo.com/people/joshua-klayman.html The SAFT white paper: https://saftproject.com/ The Cardozo Blockchain Project SAFT response, "Not So Fast": https://cardozo.yu.edu/sites/default/files/Cardozo%20Blockchain%20Project%20-%20Not%20So%20Fast%20-%20SAFT%20Response_final.pdf Are ICOs For Utility Tokens Selling Securities? Prominent Crypto Players Say Yes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/laurashin/2017/10/02/are-icos-for-utility-tokens-selling-securities-prominent-crypto-players-say-yes/#107e96e34fa4 IRS Nabs Big Win Over Coinbase In Bid For Bitcoin Customer Data: https://www.forbes.com/sites/kellyphillipserb/2017/11/29/irs-nabs-big-win-over-coinbase-in-bid-for-bitcoin-customer-data/

Horror Show Hot Dog
Episode 226 – I Like the Way You Work It (No Boogedy)

Horror Show Hot Dog

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2017 106:23


Movies discussed: The Lady in White (1988), Ernest Scared Stupid, Mr. Boogedy, Not So Fast! (short) We revisit some childhood tricks and treats this week with Lady in White, Mr. Boogedy, and Ernest Scared Stupid. Next weeks assignments: Killer fetuses theme! Prevenge Antibirth Baby Blood Rigor Mortis (short) Watch along with us if you like and we’ll see you next week. The post Episode 226 – I Like the Way You Work It (No Boogedy) appeared first on Horror Show Hot Dog.

Solomonster Sounds Off
Sound Off 494 - SEAN WALTMAN TRIES TO EXPLAIN HIS VERY BAD DAY

Solomonster Sounds Off

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2017 116:44


SOUND OFF 494 talks Payback and why I enjoyed the first half of the House of Horrors when many did not, Sean Waltman's explanation for his arrest last weekend, why I want to believe him but Artie Lange has made me very cynical, a former WWE creative writer reveals his pitches that Vince McMahon rejected including one idea for Dean Ambrose that I pitched on the Sound Off FIVE YEARS AGO, the kayfabe controversy involving Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman and why it's not a big deal, what the hell is going on with Brock Lesnar, the best Raw main event of the year, NOT SO FAST on the Broken Hardy gimmick coming to WWE as Impact files for new trademarks, Karen Jarrett SUBTWEETS Reby Hardy, why Titus O'Neil may be the best thing that could happen to Apollo Crews, HEAVY MACHINERY cuts their first in-ring promo on NXT and why Otis looks like an old LJN action figure, Ember Moon's status in question for NXT Takeover, ADAM COLE BABAY now a free agent and where I think we will see him next, Billy Corgan is BUYING THE NATIONAL WRESTLING ALLIANCE and what it might mean for the future of the NWA, thoughts on Kongo Kong, will we see more WWE performers leave for the indies, how WCW dropped the ball on Bret Hart and what exactly makes Finn Balor so dark? Get the new AJ LEE BOOK FOR FREE by signing up for a 30-day trial of the Audible service at www.audibletrial.com/solomonster.

Crrow777Radio.com
Epi043 – Imaginary Tourists to Space – The Truth “LIES” in the Virgin Galactic Construct

Crrow777Radio.com

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2017 59:00


Virgin Galactic Examination A space virgin, a private corporation and a British Knight would have you believe that tourists will soon be visiting space! NOT SO FAST! The details of any lie will destroy the illusion. The illusion at hand is space which is an idea implanted in the world mind through TV, books, media […] The post Epi043 – Imaginary Tourists to Space – The Truth “LIES” in the Virgin Galactic Construct appeared first on Crrow777 Radio.

WorkCompAcademy | Weekly News
WorkCompAcademy News - February 6, 2017

WorkCompAcademy | Weekly News

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2017 25:56


Rene Thomas Folse, JD, Ph.D. is the host for this edition which reports on the following news stories. State Bar Suspends Defense Attorney Over PQME Dispute, Yates Memo Takes Down Another Executive, Campus Monitor Gets 30 Days in Fraud Case, 2016 Claim Audit Penalties Were Nearly $1.5 Million, DWC Sets QME Examination Next April, DWC Posts DMEPOS Fee Adjustments, FDA Expedites Drug Approvals - Hey, Not So Fast!, POTUS Meets with Drug Company CEOs, Researchers Say Health Records Have Poor Histories, Fibromyalgia in Men: Symptoms and Treatment.

Good Life Project
Attention Rule-breakers: Not So Fast.

Good Life Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2016 10:07


Calling all rule-breakers, rebels and deviants from the norm… Before you run screaming from convention, consider why the rules, the norms, the cultural guides exist in the first place. Then, ask yourself, before choosing to abandon them, if they still matter, and whether the better path to creativity, innovation and expression might be to master […] The post Attention Rule-breakers: Not So Fast. appeared first on Good LifeProject.

Behind the 8 Ball
Behind the 8 Ball w/ Ochoman, Armand, T.O. and Rafa talking politics, Peruvian killers, hot women, and Ed Gein.

Behind the 8 Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2016 59:38


Episode 83 – Part 1 of 2: Ochoman has returned to retake control of his show. Todd was busy so Ocho asked T.O. from Not So Fast and Rafa from Rafanáticos to come on the show. They start out with a little politics and the DNC and move onto a cow that was killed in Wales. Ocho... The post Behind the 8 Ball w/ Ochoman, Armand, T.O. and Rafa talking politics, Peruvian killers, hot women, and Ed Gein. appeared first on Ochoman: Behind the Eightball.

Great Points Podcast Series
The Magic of Specific Praise

Great Points Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2016 1:46


We’ve all heard how energizing praise can be. Well, NOT SO FAST! Praise works when it is specific. Listen to this brief (less than 2 minutes)  podcast for tips on how … Continue reading The Magic of Specific Praise

Lineup MMA
Episode 71 – Sean talks about the exciting future of Let’s Get It On

Lineup MMA

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2016 27:13


On this episode Sean brings on Tim Owens from the Not So Fast podcast to talk a little about the exciting future of Let’s Get It On and the world of MMA. If you have any comments of suggestions please submit them via email at info@letsgetitonpodcast.com. Plus, find us at facebook.com/letsgetitonpodcast and on Twitter at @PodcastMMA – plus... The post Episode 71 – Sean talks about the exciting future of Let’s Get It On appeared first on Lineup MMA w/ Sean Wheelock, Ben Askren and Joe Warren.

Talk Music Talk with boice
TMT 055: J. Hoard

Talk Music Talk with boice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2015 61:54


It's hardly a coincidence that the enthusiasm careening from J. Hoard's earworm of a single "Not So Fast" is an accurate portrait of the artist as a young man. Mildly pretentious James Joyce references aside, one can experience the celebration Jonathan demonstrates in his performances and on his aptly-titled debut EP, Feel Good. The Columbus, OH native currently resides in Brooklyn and is perfecting the upcoming full-length Feel Good album. Jonathan is also busy performing on stages from city to city including Gentei Kaijo's the Lesson, a Thursday nite jam at Arlene's Grocery, where you can catch Jonathan freestyle singing (and dancing) to weekly packed crowds. Just try to deny the unadulterated joy and immense talent of J. Hoard. Visit J. Hoard online:                                                              https://soundcloud.com/jhoard                                             https://www.facebook.com/jhoardmusic/                                                https://www.instagram.com/jhoardmusic/                                 http://thelessonnyc.com/   Talk Music Talk Playlist/055: Oh Brandy!This week's Spotify playlist is my unabashed tribute to Brandy. J. Hoard and I raved on her brilliance in our conversation and I'm actually surprised I haven't compiled a playlist sooner. Therefore, I'm making up for lost time with over three dozen of my favorite songs. From the self- titled debut to Ms. Norwood's 2012 comeback with a few rarities tossed in here and there. If you're only familiar with the big hits, here's your chance to study Brandy's original lead vocals and innovative backing arrangements. Class starts...now! Enjoy! https://open.spotify.com/user/therattlecat/playlist/7i038MOLeKLC11egPa81Rp   Follow me on Instagram:                                                                https://instagram.com/thisisboice/   Subscribe to TMT on iTunes: http://bit.ly/TalkMusicTalk Or Stitcher Radio: http://bit.ly/TMTStitcher Or TuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/TMTtunein If you enjoy the podcast, please take a moment to leave a review and/or rating. It Reviews and ratings help to improve TMT rankings and spread the word. Thanks!  

Rainbow Soul
Healing with Dr Daniels - Because We Care (E-cigarettes)

Rainbow Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2015 61:00


Join Dr Daniels November 17th, at 6pm EDT for the Healing with Dr Daniels Show.          The FDA takes the Nanny State to higher heights as they pass judgement on e cigarettes. An intervention that has the potential to prevent 410,000 deaths a year in the US and the FDA says, "Not So Fast".  Tune in. Listen by phone  914-338-0695 or online click this link or copy this on your browser: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blakeradio Ask questions during the show, by phone call: 914-338-0695 or online go tohttp://healingwithdrdaniels.chatango.com/

TrustDALE Radio
Not So Fast with that Camaro

TrustDALE Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2015 59:02


Not So Fast with that Camaro by Dale Cardwell

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Distilling Venture Capital
Not So Fast! Nag Palavalli on the Perils of Easy Capital Raising - The Venture Capital Coroner's Report

Distilling Venture Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2015 29:57


Can you raise venture capital too easily? Nagarjun "Nag" Palavalli, my guest on this episode, thinks you can.  Nag's journey from dropping out of college in India to the fast paced start-up culture at the Alchemist Accelerator in Silicon Valley illustrates the pitfalls of quick success.  Nag also discusses why the romantic notion of the lone entrepreneur building a start-up can actually kill a great idea.  And Nag identifies the one person he wishes he'd talked to before launching. My Guest Nag Palavalli is that guy in your dorm that not only talks about dropping out and starting a tech company, but actually goes through with it.  As a student Nag was frustrated that his school lacked a decent learning management platform.  So he quit and started Eduora. After doing initial development work in his hometown of Bangalore, India, Nag moved to Silicon Valley to participate in the Alchemist Accelerator.  Nag shares his experiences launching on a shoe string and then swimming in deep end of the venture capital pool. The Take Home Lessons Raising capital quickly and easily isn’t necessarily the best thing for a start-up. Nag believes pretty strongly that he would have benefited from the objective feedback off experienced investors. Getting critiques from investors with very broad experience would have helped Nag avoid a number of mistakes. Talk to customers before you design a product. The urge to build something based on your assumptions must be suppressed. Nag was selling to large universities without understanding how they made decisions about purchasing. Never underestimate how complicated sales is when there’s a group decision involved. “Be a frolicking deer.” Don’t hunt the venture capitalists, make them hunt you. The solo entrepreneur is a myth.  “When you’re on your own your mind will let you agree with whatever you want to agree to.” Resources & Links Nag's email:  me AT nagarjun DOT co Nag's Blog:  Nagarjun.co Twitter - @Palavalli Linkedin Facebook Alchemist Accelerator Subscribe With Your Favorite App Share With Entrepreneurial Colleagues & Friends Connect With Me Why a Venture Capital Podcast About Failure? From early childhood you've always heard the saying “Learn from your mistakes.” In the venture capital industry you frequently hear “Fail fast” to learn and get to the right idea.  Great advice. So, for this venture capital podcast I interview venture capital backed entrepreneurs about what they learned when their start-up didn't go as planned. I hope you can learn from their valuable experience. The post Not So Fast! Nag Palavalli on the Perils of Easy Capital Raising appeared first on Venture Capital Coroner's Report.

Forbidden Doctor: Revealing Forbidden Health Secrets!
Does Nature Prefer Girls Over Boys? [Episode #8]

Forbidden Doctor: Revealing Forbidden Health Secrets!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2015 28:48


Survival of the Fittest?  Not So Fast, Darwin!   Zoologists tell us that 98-99% of life that has existed on this planet is now extinct, due to environment, nutrition, and a number of factors outside our control.  It’s called “survival of the fittest,” and thanks to a guy named Darwin and his On The Origin Of Species, we tend to take these kinds of sweeping generalizations to heart, even when it comes to the human race. “As early as 2050, one out of two children will be considered autistic.”   “50% of newlyweds, by 2020, will be infertile.”   These are some very serious predictions, folks, and I do believe they beg some attention.  And yet, I’d like to propose that Darwin doesn’t have to have the last word in the matter.   While the animal kingdom does seem to be ruled to some extent by natural selection, human beings have an innate, higher intelligence, which allows us to collect and absorb information in the form of knowledge or wisdom, and then the power to choose whether to appropriately act on that information.   This effectively takes us out of the realm of “survival of the fittest” and into “forbidden doctor” territory.   So what about you?  Will you choose to simply stand by and allow nature to take you out of the running, or will you use the forbidden information we are providing you to the best of your ability?   We can choose to breastfeed our babies, supplying them with all they need to seed the gut walls with healthy flora and a strong immune response.  We can choose to put real food into our mouths, nourishing our bodies with what they need to prevail against what the world throws at us.  We can choose to change our lifestyles to incorporate rest and positive movement.  And even though we can’t choose when we are babies, whether or not we will be nursed and receive that good flora and a healthy start, as adults we can choose to put the probiotics and other gut healing and sealing foods and supplements into our systems to give ourselves the best fighting chance possible.   Hippocrates, considered the “father of western medicine” may have been right when he claimed that “All diseases begin in the gut,” but I believe we have the power, as our own “forbidden doctor” and intelligent healer to turn that around and say, “All health begins in the gut” as well.  If you believe this to be true, don’t let another day pass you by in which you simply roll over to accept these kinds of doomsday prophecies.  It’s time to change your life, and maybe even the world in the process.  Download a transcript of this show! Click Here

On the Ground w Esther Iverem
‘ON THE GROUND’ SHOW, FEB. 5, 2015–DC ACTIVISTS FIGHT THE TAKEOVER OF DC’s ELECTRIC UTILITY BY NUCLEAR GIANT EXELON

On the Ground w Esther Iverem

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2015


FEBRUARY 5, 2015 THE PLANNED TAKEOVER OF DC's ELECTRIC UTILITY BY A NUCLEAR GIANT On this first day for us of the Winter Fund Drive, we’re talking about a FAR LARGER MONTHLY bill—our electric bill. You may not know about it but there is a planned multi-billion dollar takeover of PEPCO — Washington, DC's electric power utility — by Exelon, a Chicago-based nuclear energy giant. And you also might not know that the conventional wisdom in conventional political circles is that this planned merger is ALL BUT A DONE DEAL. But a diverse coalition of citizen groups, environmentalists and other social justice organizations are saying NOT SO FAST. This coalition, called Power DC, is urging DC residents and other concerned citizens of the DMV to write the DC Public Service Commission by March 26th. If this merger goes through, activists say DC’s electric bills will be higher and service will be even less reliable than under PEPCO. https://onthegroundshow.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/OTG-FEB-5-2015.mp3