The Old Dogs ramble about better - or at least different - endings for popular movies. We report on a special government cabinet meeting that took place... underwater. We tell the story of a great-grandmother who finally graduated from college at the age of 90. We bring you more commentary from our Chief Aging Officer. And we muse on that zany new owner of Twitter, Elon Musk. The Old Dogs Conversation is with Chris Golden. A prolific singer, songwriter and performer who is just getting started when other country acts are winding down.
Today on the show, we have screenwriters David Diamond and David Weissman. Their credits include studios' movies like Family Man, Evolution, Old Dogs, and When in Rome. We discuss their adventures in the screenwriting trade, working with studios, and their new book Bulletproof: Writing Scripts that Don't Get Shot Down.The team of Diamond and Weissman has been writing movies and mentoring filmmakers for decades. In this practical guide, they take the aspiring writer by the hand and guide them through the logistics and tools of writing an attention-grabbing, audience-pleasing screenplay. Readers will learn the interests and needs of managers, agents, producers, executives, financiers, directors, and actors. Diamond and Weissman attribute their phenomenal success to a career-long focus on the motives and priorities of film sponsors and benefactors.Whether it's a theatrical release or a streaming movie, a major, big-budget tent pole, or an intimate, character-driven indie drama, Diamond and Weissman apply their time-tested approach. This fresh way of thinking will resonate with writers, industry professionals, and cinephiles excited to peek under the hood at what makes their favorite films tick.Bulletproof: Writing Scripts that Don't Get Shot Down is the rare screenwriting instructional penned by authors with both massive credits and decades of business experience.Enjoy my conversation with David Diamond and David Weissman.
The Old Dogs ramble about New Years resolutions. We join the debate on how long it takes to prepare Microwavable Velveeta Mac and Cheese. We wonder how a simple word like “huh?” can be found in so many languages. We play another game of Stump the Older Old Dog. We remember Christine McVie, dead at 79, and we offer some thoughts on why we believe in lies. The Old Dogs Conversation is with Roy Meinke, a guidance and control specialist for NASA, he participated in some of NASA's most celebrated moments.
Nels and Vincent discuss the use of genome sequence data for over 4,000 domestic, semi-feral, and wild canids to understand the genetic drivers of canine behavior. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiEVO Links for this episode Genetic drivers of canine diversification (Cell) Time stamps by Jolene. Thanks! Science Picks Nels – Ghosts of Science Past Still Haunt Us by C. Brandon Ogbunu Vincent – The Biggest Ideas in the Universe by Sean Carroll Music on TWiEVO is performed by Trampled by Turtles Send your evolution questions and comments to email@example.com
Hello once again everyone I'm your host Ray Shasho and welcome to another edition of Interviewing the Legends. “Dark Shadows” Actors Present Live Broadcast of “The Gift Of The Magi” December 18th 5PM PT/8PM ET on Smartphone Theatre! Legendary “Dark Shadows” actors, Kathryn Leigh Scott and David Selby reunite for a live reading of O. Henry's classic Christmas short story, “The Gift of the Magi ,” first published in 1905. Todd Feldstein's Smartphone Theatre will present the live production, directed by Patrick McCray, and featuring original music composed for piano and played by seventeen-year-old music prodigy, Christian Mirochnikoff. Watch “The Gift of the Magi ” December 18th 5PM PT/8PM ET: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8tLu8oNEEM “Dark Shadows” was an American gothic soap opera that aired weekdays on the ABC television network, from 1966, to 1971. The show depicted the lives, loves, trials, and tribulations of the wealthy Collins family of Collinsport, Maine, where a number of supernatural occurrences take place. The series generated two full-length motion pictures “House Of Dark Shadows” (1970) and “Night Of Dark Shadows.” (1971). Please welcome American television and film actress and author …famed for playing several roles on the gothic/horror soap opera Dark Shadows …KATHRYN LEIGH SCOTT to Interviewing the Legends … Please join Kathryn Leigh Scott and David Selby Sunday, December 18th at 5 PM PT/ 8 PM ET No software to download nor any other bells and whistles, all you need to do is click this link to join us! THE GIFT OF THE MAGI . . .our gift to you! FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT KATHRYN LEIGH SCOTT VISIT www.kathrynleighscott.com Official website www.instagram.com/kathrynleighscott Instagram https://twitter.com/kathleighscott Twitter www.darkshadows.tv Dark Shadows TV Kathryn Leigh Scott Acting roles Filmography Year Title Role 1970 House of Dark Shadows Maggie Evans 1974 The Great Gatsby Catherine 1975 Brannigan Miss Allen 1977 Providence Miss Boon 1978 The Gypsy Warriors Lady Asten-Forbes The Greek Tycoon Nancy Cassidy 1980 Witches' Brew Susan Carey 1987 Assassination Polly Sims 1997 One Eight Seven Anglo Woman 2008 Parasomnia Nurse Margaret Evans 2012 Dark Shadows Guest 2013 Doctor Mabuse Madame Von Harbau The Rising Light Aya 2014 Doctor Mabuse: Etiopomar Madame Von Harbau 2017 Three Christs Victoria Rogers 2019 A Rainy Day in New York Wanda Loon Lake Lena Janson 2020 The 11th Green Mamie Eisenhower Television Year Title Role 1966-70 Dark Shadows Maggie Evans* Josette DuPres Collins Rachel Drummond Kitty Soames 310 episodes 1973 Harriet's Back in Town Louisa Vernon 2 episodes 1974 The Turn of the Screw Miss Jessel TV Movie 1978 Hawaii Five-O Jemilla Episode: "My Friend, the Enemy" 1979 The Incredible Hulk Dr. Gail Collins Episode: "A Solitary Place" 1979 Little House on the Prairie Belle Harrison Episode: "Blind Man's Bluff" 1979 Big Shamus, Little Shamus Stephanie Marsh 1980 Hammer House of Horror Penny Episode: "Visitor From The Grave" 1981 Dynasty Jennifer 2 episodes 1982 Police Squad! Sally Decker Episode: "A Substantial Gift (The Broken Promise)" 1983 Philip Marlowe, Private Eye Annie Riordan 3 episodes 1984 Hardcastle and McCormick Lenore Alcott Episode: "Whistler's Pride" Call to Glory Elaine Farrell Episode: "Call It Courage" 1985 Cagney & Lacey Barbara Cody Episode: "Play It Again, Santa" 1986 Murrow Janet Murrow TV Movie The Last Days of Patton Jean Gordon TV Movie The A-Team Sheriff Ann Plummer Episode: "The Little Town with an Accent" Shadow Chasers Gwen Page Episode: "Let's Make a Deal" 1987 Hotel Linda Anderson Episode: "Hail and Farewell" 1988 Jake and the Fatman Holly Poole Episode: "I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan" Mr. Belvedere Woman Episode: "Hooky" Paradise Lucy Cord Carroll 2 episodes Knots Landing Architect Episode: "The Blushing Bride" Probe Dr. Deanna Hardwick Episode: "Metamorphic Anthropoidic Prototype Over You" 1989 Star Trek: The Next Generation Nuria Episode: "Who Watches the Watchers" Dallas Bunny Harvard 3 episodes Voice of the Heart Arlene Mason TV Movie Matlock Janice Barelli 2 episodes 1990 Judge Marla Cordante Episode: "The Talk Show" 21 Jump Street Margaret Episode: "Change of Heart" Jake and the Fatman Denise Episode: "I Ain't Got No Body" 1999 CI5: The New Professionals Dr. Sheperd Episode: "Choice Curts" 2006 Huff Swanson Episode: "Which Lip Is the Cervical Lip?" 2013-14 The Goldbergs Miriam 2 episodes 2014-16 Old Dogs & New Tricks Lillianne Carter 2 episodes 2014 Petals on the Wind Society Lady TV Movie 2015 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The Baroness Episode: "Aftershocks" 2016 Broadcasting Christmas Ruth Morgan TV Movie 2019 First Wives Club Judith Episode: "Pilot" The Blacklist Homeowner Episode: "Dr. Lewis Powell (No. 130)" 331de9d1571020610b7671561844eb5c Support us!
Steven Kotler is a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning journalist, and the Executive Director of the Flow Research Collective. He is one of the world's leading experts on human performance. Steven is the author of ten bestsellers (out of fourteen books), including The Art of Impossible, The Future is Faster Than You Think, Stealing Fire, The Rise of Superman, Bold and Abundance. His work has been nominated for two Pulitzer Prizes, translated into over 50 languages, and has appeared in over 100 publications, including the New York Times Magazine, Wired, Atlantic Monthly, Wall Street Journal, TIME, and the Harvard Business Review. Alongside his wife, author Joy Nicholson, he is also the co-founder of The Buddy Sue Hospice Home for Old Dogs, a canine elder care facility, and Rancho de Chihuahua, a dog rescue and sanctuary. Steven's most recent work is "Gnar Country", a book about growing old and staying rad. It is the chronicle of his experience pushing his own aging body past preconceived limits. (This was a phone interview and I was having some technical difficulties on my end so I apologize in advance for the spotty audio. The content delivered from Steven is top notch so thank you for your patience as you listen to the many golden nuggets he delivers throughout this episode.) Stay Grateful!!
The Old Dogs ramble about all that junk mail we've been getting about Medicare Advantage. We offer the exciting news that bystander pigs can reduce conflict in the pig pen. We present another Old Doggerel. We celebrate America's gift to the world, the Slinky. And we say farewell to the Leap Second. If you were as fascinated as we were by our conversation last time with Deborah Whisnand, you'll be glad to know we have more information about end of life plans.
This is a special bonus episode of The Bitey End of the Dog that is a bit off-season for the show since I typically launch each season in the beginning of each Summer, but I couldn't resist when my friend Helen St. Pierre wanted to talk about old, senior dogs, which is a topic that isn't talked about enough. Helen runs Old Dogs Go to Helen, a non-profit organization that cares for senior or hospice dogs, and all the considerations that go into running such a wonderful cause. We chat about their care and behavior considerations, including aggression, or lack there of, but one of the highlights of this episode for me was learning what Helen does to navigate the emotions of saying goodbye to the dogs in our care.ABOUT HELEN:https://nomonkeybusinessdogtraining.com/meet-the-trainers/SAVORING THE SUNSET WEBINAR (Scheduled for 12/14/22 at 6pm Eastern):https://nomonkeybusinessdogtraining.thinkific.com/courses/savoring-the-sunset?fbclid=IwAR2hPldBQCMmROxLwhSoLriD59-RxVKZlfz6ocHyGycuH24Fz-4KJ3Y7TNwDONATE TO THE CAUSE HERE:https://olddogsgotohelen.com/donateSupport the show
The Old Dogs ramble about the fascination with so-called reality shows. We disclose a useful term for misunderstood song lyrics. We note the passing of Jerry Lee Lewis. We remember a time when reality shows were really real. We celebrate a guy who gave weary passengers a place to wait for the bus. And we offer a few thoughts on a new kind of sociability as we age. The Old Dogs conversation is with Deborah Whisnand, a trainer of interfaith chaplains who knows quite a bit about end of life decisions.
On this weeks Fueled By Joy podcast Josh is once again joined by friend and regular contributor Jed Finley as they sit down and talk hunting judges at the PKC World Hunt, Dog Food, Brood females, what they have in their kennels, and more. It is another fun filled, and entertaining episode from Trader Inc World Headquarters that you won't want to miss. So tune in and enjoy!!
The Old Dogs ramble about the early days of television. We bring you another popular Ads n Fads. We fondly remember drive-in movies. We hear from our Chief Aging Officer Kathleen O'Brien. We introduce the latest in personal identification. And we present the case for fewer friends. The Old Dogs conversation is with Sherry Halperin - producer, writer, talent agent and now a writer of fiction dear to us Old Dogs' hearts.
Episode 42 On this episode of The Mortgage Loan Officer Podcast, I'm joined by guest, Sean Shallis. Sean is a highly experienced salesperson and coach that came from the real estate side of the business. He's coached at a high level and has been coached by some of the biggest coaches in the country. He's made many millions of dollars in his career and now he's taking a swing at the mortgage side. Guess what, he's barely got started and he's already on his way to stardom. He has made well over 250,000 phone calls in his career and fancies himself a "grinder". They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks and, well, maybe there's no need to. Enjoy. Hop on a 60-minute free coaching call to learn more about how to close more loans in less time.
The Old Dogs ramble about their influence - or lack thereof - on the Kardashians. We invite you to join us for a cup of coffee at Central Perk. We relate the sad plight of Kim Kardashian, who has alas run afoul of the law. We play another round of Stump the Older Dog - and Jim isn't laughing. And we reveal some little known facts about Queen Elizabeth. The Old Dogs Conversation is with Margie Seaman. After many years in marketing she is now not only a website designer, but also a travel blogger and a budding romance author in her 80's.
You know what it is? It's Daysani and J back at it again living life and learning lessons never to be manipulated by old dogs using the same tricks --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Dana, Max and Chris are joined by patreon supporter Sieb. This week they discuss old commanders or strategies that have improved since they all started playing EDH. From equipment strategies to discard commanders tune in to hear which ones they think naturally got better. TeeSpring Link for CMDR Central Apparel: https://teespring.com/stores/cmdrcentral Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CMDRCentral Support us by using promo code CMDR at Flipside Gaming: https://bit.ly/2OGDYooSubscribe on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/c/CMDRCentralSubscribe on iTunes: http://apple.co/2wVE3XFFollow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2wj8GWh
Come for the drama, stay for the négligées! That's right, Season 2, Episode 9, "Old Dogs, New Dicks," is mostly memorable for the many, many nighties, not its plot. Nevertheless, Meredith and Ricky carefully analyze the cultural and aesthetic value of foreskins, share their love of New York pretzels, and applaud gay bingo, which Ricky claims has been around since the beginning of time. (And maybe Steve makes a guest appearance or two!) Rewatch, listen and enjoy! "Miwandaaaaaa!" --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/and-just-like-what/message
In honor of Max's birthday and him getting one step closer to "old dog" status, the boys, along with perennial guest Dorothy Page, tackle the notorious, perhaps even cursed, 2009 family flop Old Dogs, famously edited down from a an R to a PG following its disastrous test screenings. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/slimehousepod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slimehousepod/support
Joshua 14:6-15 ~ "No Retirement for Old Dogs" A teaching from The Bridge Christian Fellowship Whidbey Island through the book of Joshua by Pastor Rick Crawford. References: Proverbs 16:31 Proverbs 20:29 Philippians 3:13-14 Hebrews 12:1-2 Proverbs 29:18 Josiah 15:17 Judges1:13 Numbers 13:6 Numbers 34:19 1 Chronicles 2:18 1 Samual 16:7 Matthew 15:18-20 Jeremiah 9:23-24 Numbers 13:25-14:10 Isaiah 55:8 Ezekiel 18:29 Romans 11:33 1 Corinthians 13:12 Nehemiah 8:10 Numbers 14:24 Daniel 3:17-18 Hebrews 10:32-39 Isaiah 30:20 Matthew 14:33 1 Timothy 6:12 Acts 2:42 1 Corinthians 1:9 Philippians 3:7-11
Welcome to S!de Quest! In this week's episode, Din learns the ropes of his new life and meets an unexpected character along the way!The city of New Haven is a singular dichotomy. A potent mixture of sophistication and barbarism, technological advancement and primitive ruthlessness, extravagant wealth and unmitigated desolation. Corruption is rampant across the rich and poor alike as each person works tirelessly to get theirs in this beautifully merciless city. S!de Quest [S!QPOD] is an all-original, actual play, TTRPG podcast based on the Powered by the Apocalypse system. It follows the adventures of Dr. Phineas Cogsbuckle, Din Viesel, and Bolder as they survive the perils of the Warrens through light-hearted robbery, frivolic wanton deception, and a general sense of come-togetherness. Credits: - Bolder (Cruz Turner) - Din Viesel (Richie) - Dr. Phineas Cogsbuckle (Dan) - Everyone Else (Joey) - Apocalypse World (D. Vincent Baker)
The Old Dogs ramble about... rambling - on the open highway. This ramble was insired by our first podnugget, the first cross-country road trip. We note the passing of Marsha Hunt, a veteran actress and activist who lived to one hundred and four. We take a look at the so-called Takeaway Rembrandt. We get a little salty with the Morton Salt Girl. and we find that great ideas often occur in the shower. The Old Dogs conversation is with Bob Dauber, whose career as a production guy included Montgomery Ward and... Barney?
Food Preservation, Energy Crisis and Old Dogs With New Tricks Join Jim as he discusses food preservation, the coming energy crisis and the need for you to be flexible and teachable during these hard times.
Who Let the Dogs Out? All of the dogs mentioned in this project are memorable, but the stories in this first group are driven by each dog's personality, compulsions, or instincts. The dogs and storytellers in this section are: Steve (Catherine, TN) Sam (Bernie, TN) Clementine (Debbie, VA) Shaggy (John, Virginia Beach) Smokey (Dasha, New Hampshire) Scout (Camden, VA) If You Can't Run with the Big Dogs (Stay on the Porch) The dogs in this section are farmers, folklorists, bodyguards, spiritual mentors, and tour guides. They play surprising or supportive rolls in work, personal growth. The dogs and storytellers in this section are: Daisy May (Nicole, TN) Nell (Jenn, CA) Spot (Joy, AK) Montana (Sydney, TN) Bad Boy (Debbie, VA) Sadie (Emily, VA) Ollie (Brenda, TN) Found Dog, Brown Dog Dogs that were found and dogs that are brown. Bucky Brown (Diana, MD) “We Just Dip Our Lil Dog” (Diana, MD) Dunkin (Heidi, VA) Jewel (Chris, TN) Gibson (Becky, NC) Olive (Kylie, TN) Frankie (Kelli, TN) Major (Laura, CA) Teddy (Kathy, RI) Hot Doggin' These are the tales of dogs doing the extraordinary, unexpected, or extra-doggynary things. Thomas (Elizabeth, TN) Peanut (Rickie, VA) Otis (Lynn, AL) Domino (Laura May, TN) Poncho (Casey, TN) Boxie (Vaughn, TN) Levon (Sean, TN) “Roll on Buddy” *THANKS TO ALL OUR WONDERFUL STORYTELLERS questions, comments: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Old Dogs ramble about the concept of ashes to ashes… we report on a cryptocurrency blunder that made one lady a lot richer… we say farewell to Nichelle Nickols in her final journey to space… we announce the new butter sculptor at the Minnesota State Fair… we lament the release of a new slasher movie featuring, yes… Winnie the Pooh… and we tell the story of a starving artist who traded his paintings for dinner. The Old Dogs conversation is with Beth Wernick – a polymath in the entertainment industry who just might use your song in a TV show.
A career as a chef gives you an opportunity to express yourself on the plate. Many have great careers running kitchens owned by others, but sometimes the chance to let go and do it on your own, can change the way you approach your craft, and for Cameron Matthews (Mapleton Public House, Mapleton) that opportunity came from the most incredible set of circumstances and a shared adversity. https://www.instagram.com/cameron__matthews/?hl=en Follow The Crackling https://www.instagram.com/thecracklingpodcast/ Follow Huck https://www.instagram.com/huckstergram/ Follow Rob Locke (Executive Producer) https://www.instagram.com/foodwinedine/ Follow PorkStar https://www.instagram.com/porkstars/?hl=en https://www.porkstar.com.au LISTEN TO OUR OTHER FOOD PODCASTS https://linktr.ee/DeepintheWeedsNetwork
The Old Dogs philosophize about political advertising. We introduce the concept of tree-mail. We bring you another edition of old doggerel. We hear from our Chief Aging Officer about how time seems to be gaining on us. And we amuse you with some medieval cures for common ailments. The Old Dogs Conversation is with Jim Martinez, a guy who has made it possible for thousands of sight-challenged listeners to enjoy the printed word.
EAGLE SESSIONS #392 AlBird presents the Eagle Sessions – your weekly Techno podcast from Berlin. Ladies and Gents, we've got another Guestmix. This time on the decks: Rogers.ec. Hailing from Ecuador, based in Brooklyn, New York this talented man found is passion in electronic music and especially Techno with influences from disco, house, melodic and (listen up!) punk rock which derives from his early music experiences back in his home country Ecuador. He established himself a name in the NY DJ Scene being a resident for collectives Taken NYC and Shift+ playing in both underground and clubbing scene around NYC. He also took his first steps in producing his own tunes which earned him a release on Warrior City Records, feel hype black and Let's Techno Records. Enjoy the next 60mins of Techno and Melodic vibes and if you're planning a trip to NYC try to catch this man live. Just follow him on his socials right here: https://linktr.ee/Rogers.ec The Eagle Sessions are presented by AlBird, please follow or subscribe. Follow via: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/albird81/ Keakie Music: https://www.keakie.com/shows/eagle-sessions Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/djalbird Beatport: https://www.beatport.com/artist/albird/391040 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/albird81 Spotify: http://bit.ly/AlBird81 Tracklist: 1. Acid wall (original mix) - ASYS 2. Old Dogs (original mix) - Aitor Ronda 3. Harassment and Lie (original mix) - Andrea Signore 4. Together one time (original mix) - Kaiserdisco 5. Believe (original mix) - Eli Brown 6. Human (original mix) - Danny Fontana 7. Outer world (original mix) - HOF(DE) 8. 202x (original mix) - Ilija Djokovic 9. Black night (original mix) - MZA 10. Tabula Rasa (original mix) - Pagano- 11. Reminiscent sleeve (original mix) - Unlighted, Justus Relm 12. Alchemy (original mix) - Bossta 13. Diblasque (original mix) - Eivo 14. Distress (original mix) - Novem Vivit 15. Tekorg (original mix) - Dyno 16. The world need more techno (original mix) - Lucas white 17. vortex (extended mix) - Rooney Nasr This show is syndicated & distributed exclusively by Syndicast. If you are a radio station interested in airing the show or would like to distribute your podcast / radio show please register here: https://syndicast.co.uk/distribution/registration
Declan Shalvey makes his TLDR debut to talk about his upcoming Image Comics series, Old Dogs. (FOC Sept. 5 - Hits Shelves Sept. 28) Find the guys @TLDR_pod (IG/Twitter), @Fry_Guy1 (Twitter) and @BackCrackah (IG/Twitter) and with the rest of the #DORK shared GUniverse on Facebook. TLDR is now on YouTube and TikTok, too!
Declan Shalvey makes his TLDR debut to talk about his upcoming Image Comics series, Old Dogs. (FOC Sept. 5 - Hits Shelves Sept. 28) Find the guys @TLDR_pod (IG/Twitter), @Fry_Guy1 (Twitter) and @BackCrackah (IG/Twitter) and with the rest of the #DORK shared GUniverse on Facebook. TLDR is now on YouTube and TikTok, too!
Uproxx's VINCE MANCINI gave us a buzz to talk CUT, COLOR, MURDER (2022), but: Forensics can wait for the pageant ... THEME: "Fuck You If You Don't Like Christmas," from Crudbump, by Drew Fairweather ... PART ONE All things seamy, guest starring Sutton Niekro ... Sopranos vs. Hallmark podcasting ... Vince's Hallmark bona fides ... Gilmore Girls comp ... Muted romance, many speakers ... Lego/cigarette Canadian ... More Karpluk! ... Cast Rundown ... Jeb Flubs Name of Brendon Zub ... The Expositional Challenge ... Sublimely 311 ... Shear Delight: Gownless neck-hair trim; lumberjack sketch; hands off my instrument; listless blocking/acting ... The Bear, but for hair ... Hallmark-ass prestige restaurant ... Break: "Sweet Home Chicago (Live)" by The Blues Brothers PART TWO Chekhov Wept: No time for loose ends; Knives Out shade; disappearing mom horniness; disappearing setups; landlocked sailboat; Mitzi's break-in breakdown; "local"-status alibis ... New Yorker director ... Wrong-footed by Hallmark ... Murder twist ... Women laughing alone with tombstones ... Burn Notice ending ... Eat Your Heart Out: Stress eating fruit; flapjack group, toast group; Dominican BBQ; Todd Gurley for Burger King; open-mouth etiquette; more Gurley burger ... Land of wigged brunettes ... Familiar Canadian ... Break: "Hair," by The Cowsills PART THREE The Hallmark Expanded Universe: A Denver of the Soul; pageant town; Adrian Grenier interlude; a Sopranos Hallmark movie ... Overdetermined: Sterling pleading innocence and creepy invitation ... Homemade weed killer ... Crossover: Benoit Blanc accent; Carmy as Kyle; Bear guy hair; Hair Rescue; post-canceled James Franco twins interviewing El Chapo; Kundun! ... Break: Original music by Chris Collingwood PART FOUR Hallmark Voight-Kampff Test: Salon crew yaass droids; Olivia, the murderer; Passions mom and cop-wife whining ... Dave's Anne Heche issues ... Who's the Real Villain?: Weatherman Darren; law-enforcement impunity; pageant objectification mania ... Beautiful klutz ... Title/Sequel: Lather, Rinse, Revenge; seamy split ends ... Rating: 3 ... Julie Gonzalo Appreciation Station ... Break: Original music by Chris Collingwood PART FIVE The Leftovers: IMDB dive; 1st Assistant Director; ahhh, Tibor; SFW; Bringing Down the House ... Our screenplay goes viral! ... Walt Becker, Van Wilder, Wild Hogs and Old Dogs ... Darren's remote hit just outside ... Precinct sweet tea urn ... Sloppy Ken, forensic snacker ... Quarter zips ... Shakespeare talent show ... Pharma ad direction ... Walking my rabbit ... Rabbit dad shirt ... Plugs ... Merry Christmas! All other music by Chris Collingwood of Look Park and Fountains of Wayne, except: "Orchestral Sports Theme" by Chris Collingwood and Rick Murnane and "Cut Your Hair (Karaoke Version)" by Pavement. Follow Vince on Twitter: @VinceMancini
The Old Dogs reminisce about the good old three-ring circus. We bring you another Ads and Fads. We celebrate a postal worker, on the job since 1952. We invite you retire to your very own Scottish island. We familiarize you with familiar scenes from the movies. And we wonder about a modern circus that has no lions, tigers or bears... oh, my! The Old Dogs Conversation is with Allen Roth, a Hollywood audio engineer for over four decades who hosted some of the funniest and most famous actors we've ever known.
In this episode, Melvin E. Edwards returns to discuss his powerful, new book, The Strength of a Thousand Sons. In it he recounts more stories from his Texas family and illustrates the power of a father's love and the effect it can have on generations. We also discussed many other topics, including baseball, fishing, the legislative process in Texas and much more. Be sure to get a copy of Melvin E. Edwards' The Strength of a Thousand Sons and The Eyes of Texans. The song at the end, Old Dogs is by Texas History Lessons spotlight artist Mando Salas and his band Rosmand. The Texas History Lessons Theme song, Walking Through History, was written and recorded by Derrick McClendon. Listen to his new album, Interstate Daydreamer! Available everywhere you find good music. Thank you Derrick! Twitter: @dmclendonmusic If you are enjoying Texas History Lessons, consider buying me a cup of coffee by clicking here! Help make Texas History Lessons by supporting it on Patreon. And a special thanks to everyone that already does. Website: texashistorylessons.com email: email@example.com Twitter: @TexasHistoryL Texas History Lessons Spotlight Artists Jerrod Flusche Rosmand – Mando Salas Zach Welch Seth Jones Derrick McClendon Kade Anson Randy Hoyet on Spotify Robert Herrerra Jacob Charles Chris Cunningham Tristyn Sanchez Jason Harrell Payton Matous Bo Bundy Podcast Recommendations: Wild West Extravaganza Podcast The History Cafe Podcast Hymns of the Highway Podcast Off Mic, Off the Record Podcast Texas River Tonk Podcast TXRiverTonk Podcast LINKS: If you have any photography, videography or aerial photography and video, go visit PANTHER CITY AIR to see how they can fulfill your needs. Tio Bruce's The Greatest Playlist In Texas and Hence the World. Texas History Lessons Spotlight Artist Spotify Playlist 301 Productions Spotify Playlist Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Maybe old dogs can teach us some new tricks Dr Matt Kaeberlein leads the Dog Aging Project, and says his longevity research on dogs may unlock some key mysteries about the biology of aging and what we can do about it.
Old dogs can be sponges ! Or, Old dogs can learn new tricks, whatever the saying is (hahaha). Tune into a refreshing conversation as Jasmine and Katherine discuss post grad life, moving, and remaining a student of life!~ Connect with our guest on Instagram: @kathy0804 & @katherinegarciaillustrations ~ Additional Resources: Counselingexam.com Thank you all so much for tuning in! If you enjoyed the vibes, be sure to share and subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, SoundCloud, Spotify and Google Play!Keep up with Shots of Serenity on our website and follow us on Instagram @shotsofserenity_ for more content. Get involved with Shots of Serenity:• Follow us on Instagram @shotsofserenity_• Click the link below to stay updated on our website, subscribe to our email list, and to shop our products!https://shotsofserenity.com/ • Screenshot any of our episodes and tag @shotsofserenity_ on Instagram, to be featured on our story.Music rights belong to Dar'rell Banks https://darrellbanksmusic.com/
Kristin and Meaghan watched Season 2, Episode 9 of Sex and the City (Old Dogs, New Dicks) and they have a lot to talk about. Listen to hear them discuss circumcision, if Carrie is an abuser and their stances on cuddling. Also, is Charlotte the worst? Have comments or questions? Reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org or @imsorryicantpod.
Dave is assigned to writ on the topic You're never too old to learn. Please send him some ideas or experiences. Buckstwoold@gmail.comDel shares a "survival story," proving he's never too old to learn.Dave shares road trip adventures, good and not so good, at the Finger Lakes. Del worries about the distribution of water around the planet.Letters from Afar:A Vixen finds Aperol, with pleasing resultsRanger Rick on bats and vets.A van shortage?
This is the RJ City Omnibus, a special offseason episode collecting the entire Jimmy Buck storyline from Seasons 3 & 4 starring AEW's RJ City as Jimmy Buck, along with Evan Ginzburg, Associate Producer of The Wrestler and 350 Days, as his manager Morty Rosenberg! This special episodes contains excerpts from Episodes: #22 "Kickstart" #23 "Training Day" #24 "Mr. Miyagi" #25 "Calling Kennedy" #26 "Meat Unleashed" #27 "USA! USA!" #28 "Crazy Nights" #29 "The Verdict" #30 "Wrestle America" #31 "Keep it in St. Louie" #33 "Invitations" #36 "Old Dogs" #37 "Being the Elite" #38 "Giving Thanks" #39 "Super Bowl of Wrestling" #40 "Empire-Mania 2" Catch the incredibly lovable and talented RJ City on Twitter @RJ City and on YouTube to see Hey! (EW) and all of his other great content. Evan Ginzburg can be followed at Facebook.com/EvanGinzburgsOldSchoolWrestlingMemories and 350DaystheMovie.com "Kings of the Ring" is written and directed by @SteveTeTai. Sound Design and editing by Mana Sports Media. Voice characterization by Steve Te Tai, with Guest Voice Actors RJ City (AEW), Cyrus Fees (UFC), and Evan Ginzburg (350 Days, The Wrestler). For any questions or feedback email us at PartsUnknown@KingsOTR.com and visit us at KingsOTR.com
The old dogs discuss some of their favorite peeves about crutch words. We follow that with a podnugget on the same theme. There's also another of our beloved Old Doggerels, a celebration of the great jazz bassist Ron Carter, and an edition of Stump the Older Old Dog . The Old Dogs conversation is with Deirdre Virvo, a real-estate specialist who has been pioneering a boutique approach to assisted living.
In this episode the Old Dogs happily dwell on the subject of happiness. We bring your attention to the world's very first speeding ticket. We take you back to a time when not all warriors were men. We introduce another bit of Old Doggerel. We share some practical ways in which you can improve your happiness. And we explain why it's so hard for older folks to learn a language. The old dogs conversation is with Stanley Santire, who after years of successfully practicing the law has launched a new career with a new form of mediation
In this episode the Old Dogs speculate on the possibilities of aging in place. We marvel at the mystery of marrying in the metaverse. We bring you another Ads n Fads. We enlighten you with archeological discoveries that have change our view of the world. We coin another bit of Old Doggerel. And we report on the latest opinions about aging in place. The Old Dogs Conversation is with Ted Swindley, a prolific producer of prodigious proportions who developed the worldwide hit Always Patsy Cline.
The Old Dogs ponder the legal and ethical ramifications of using genetics to help solve cold cases. We follow that with a piece on crowd funding genetic research. We present another bit of Old Doggerel. We list five things you may not know about airline cabins. We encourage you to avoid clichés... like the plague. And we acquaint you with a gentleman who can speak 24 languages. The Old Dogs conversation is with Steven Mikita, a tireless crusader who has lived most of his life with a rare genetic disease that has barely slowed him down. Stay with us.
Special Bonus Episode that compiles the flashback scenes between Charlie Gotch and Julian culminating in the final NEVER BEFORE HEARD scene of 8-year Julian Cain visiting the basement, and the full reveal of what happened that sparked Julian's venomous hatred of Charlie Gotch! Kings of the Ring is intended for mature audiences. This episode would be rated MA for profanity, violence, and intense sexual content. Featuring scenes from Episodes: #5 "Aftermath" #30 "WrestleAmerica" #32 "Farewell to Innocence" #33 "Invitations" #36 "Old Dogs" #39.5 "Charlie & Julian" The events in the final scene are not based on any real life occurrences in professional wrestling, and is rooted purely in fiction.
The Old Dogs ramble about... rambling - that is, the tendency for many of us to let our minds wander. We discuss the true definition of that everyday word, "jiffy." We get our latest report from Kathleen O'Brien, our Chief Aging Officer. We present another Old Doggerel. We marvel at the research people are doing on the language of pigs. And we dig into the phenomenon of the wandering mind. The Old Dogs Conversation is with DAVID ROSELL, a financial advisor with a special approach to investing in retirement
2:00 - Who needs the long ball? 2:15 - Old Dogs, Same Tricks? 2:30 - TV Voice of the Cardinals, Dan McLaughlin on his first time calling a game for the Cardinals 2:45 - I've got a need… A need for speed! 3:00 - What's Trending 3:15 - What are we expecting to see vs the Golden Knights tonight? 3:30 - What did last night tell us about the league? 3:45 - Am I Crazy? 4:00 - The Gauntlet 4:15 - Blues Season in Review Part 1: Special Teams 4:30 - Blues Season in Review Part 2: The 2nd Period 4:45 - Blues Season in Review Part 3: Who took a step back 5:00 - Riding the Hot Topic: What's up with the balls? 5:15 - Sports Six Pack 5:30 - Need the foundation before the shiny toys 5:45 - Fade or Follow & What You Missed
This week it's all about Who's Tweeting on the Roach Koach podcast, as Lorin and Matt go over your questions, recommendations and feedback. Topics discussed:-Limp Bizkit on tour-Guerilla Warfare are back!-Mech Talk-Ministry rec-Transport League-Static-X episode feedback-and the final Old Dogs, Nu Tricks.Take a listen!Rate and review Roach Koach on iTunes! We'd appreciate it! Questions about the show? Have album recommendations? Just want to say hi? We'd love to hear from you! Contact the show @RoachKoach on Twitter, Roach Koach on Facebook , Roach Koach on Instagram, or send an email to RoachKoachPodcast at Gmail. Support the show over on our Patreon.
It's time for another Who's Tweeting episode of Roach Koach, as Lorin and Matt go over your questions, recommendations, and Nu News. Topics this week:-The worst Korn song?-The Louder Than Life festival-Nine Inch Nails talk-Sergio out of Deftones!-Shady music biz talk-RIP Mick from Nullset-Ranking Limp Bizkit albums-and Old Dogs, Nu TricksTake a listen!Rate and review Roach Koach on iTunes! We'd appreciate it! Questions about the show? Have album recommendations? Just want to say hi? We'd love to hear from you! Contact the show @RoachKoach on Twitter, Roach Koach on Facebook , Roach Koach on Instagram, or send an email to RoachKoachPodcast at Gmail. Support the show over on our Patreon.
This week on the Roach Koach podcast it's all about Who's Tweeting, as Lorin and Matt go over your feedback, questions, and recommendations. Topics this week include:-The Future of Nu-Metal-More Korn thoughts-“Is Sully a genius?”-Who's in those DMs-A message from the Czech Republic-McOysters-SR-71 went nu?-420 Kottonmouth Kings-Nascar feedback-and Old Dogs, Nu TricksTake a listen!Rate and review Roach Koach on iTunes! We'd appreciate it! Questions about the show? Have album recommendations? Just want to say hi? We'd love to hear from you! Contact the show @RoachKoach on Twitter, Roach Koach on Facebook , Roach Koach on Instagram, or send an email to RoachKoachPodcast at Gmail. Support the show over on our Patreon.
Mousetalgia's Best Ear Ever #7: Marty Sklar at the Walt Disney Family Museum from Dec. 7, 2009. Contact us at email@example.com. Disney Legend Marty Sklar talks about conceptual artist Herb Ryman at the Walt Disney Family Museum, and he also discusses working for Walt Disney at WED Enterprises when Disneyland was being created. The team also review "Old Dogs," and a listener weighs in on the Cartoon Art Museum benefit at the Pixar studios - plus more!