Charlie welcomes Michael Pack, writer/producer/director of "Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words" along with Mark Paoletta who served in the White House as Assistant Counsel to President George H.W. Bush and played a key role in the successful confirmation effort of Justice Thomas—to discuss their new book all about the life and story of one of the truly great Supreme Court Justices in American history. After Michael Pack spent 30+ hours interviewing Justice Thomas and his wife, Ginni, for the documentary that goes by the same name as the book, Pack and Paoletta took those transcripts, and using 95% of new content that is only found in the book, the two detailed Justice Thomas' unparalleled and controversial confirmation process, his positions on precedent, abortion, and how he has become the de facto leader on the Supreme Court to this day. Next up, Charlie welcomes Justin Olson who is running for Senate in Arizona. Olson lays out his case to Arizona voters on immigration, inflation, and runaway spending. In one of the most important races in the country, Olson explains exactly why Sen. Mark Kelly has been hiding in plain sight, allowing Sinema to take the heat for him in hopes that he can remain uncontroversial and unscathed in his attempt to retake the office. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we sit down and unbox a gift from Readhead, celebrate 50 years of "Ziggy Stardust," and talk new albums: "Big Time" by Angel Olson and "Versions of Modern Performance" from the new band Horsegirl!
Have you ever been through something so traumatic that you thought you couldn't overcome it? One thing is for sure: we all go through tough times. Making it through tough times is something that we all do every day. It's not easy, but it's possible. And one way to turn your traumatic experience into something truly triumphant is to share your story with others. When you bravely share your story, you can help others who are going through their own tough time to not feel so alone. Vulnerability deepens our connection with others. Living through trauma, dealing with disordered eating, alcoholism, and domestic and sexual violence, our guest Stephanie Olson used her trauma and turned it into a testimony to help others. As the CEO and co-founder of The Set Me Free Project, Stephanie has grown a nonprofit from nothing to bringing prevention to thousands of youth and adults on human trafficking, social media safety, healthy relationships, trauma, addiction, and resilience. Stephanie is also the host of the Being Resilient Podcast. If you want to be inspired by someone who has faced adversity and come out on top, then be sure to visit Stephanie's website https://stephanieolson.com Thank you so much for listening. To find links to connect with Stephanie and more information, resources and a transcript of this episode, please visit:https://go2.money/triumph
LA-based divorce/custody attorney Lisa Helfend Meyer a.k.a. “the pit poodle” shares what it is like to be a high-profile litigator for the uber wealthy and famous. As founder of Meyer, Olson, Lowey & Meyers (all the partners are women), over the past 35 years Lisa has represented the ex-wives of Dr. Dre, Caesar Milan and Tony Danza. Having been immersed in the details of so many bad relationships, Lisa also shares what she believes makes a strong marriage and why it is important to make a move when you realize it is over.
MLB – Major League Baseball Last Night Detroit Tigers 7, Texas Rangers 3 Houston Astros 4, Chicago White Sox 3 Atlanta Braves 6, Chicago Cubs 0 Tigers 7, Rangers 3 – Grossman leads Tigers past Rangers 7-3 for series split Robbie Grossman homered and drove in four runs as the Detroit Tigers beat the Texas Rangers 7-3 to split the four-game series. The Tigers and their league-worst offense scored five or more runs in consecutive games for the first time this season. Detroit had lost six straight before winning 14-7 Saturday. For the second day in a row, the Rangers hit a homer in the first — this time, it was Corey Seager — only to let Grossman homer during a three-run reply in the bottom of the inning. Astros 4, White Sox 3 – Matijevic homers for 1st MLB hit, Astros beat White Sox 4-3 Rookie J.J. Matijevic homered for his first major league hit and Mauricio Dubón added a two-run shot to power the Houston Astros to a 4-3 win over the Chicago White Sox. The Astros bounced back from a 7-0 shutout Saturday to get a 2-1 series win. The victory breaks a tie between Houston manager Dusty Baker and Chicago manager Tony La Russa, giving the 73-year-old Baker a 106-105 edge against the 77-year-old La Russa in regular-season matchups dating to 1996. Braves 6, Cubs 0 – Anderson, Olson lead Braves over Cubs, avoid 1st 3-game skid Ian Anderson pitched three-hit ball into the seventh inning, Matt Olson hit three doubles and the Atlanta Braves beat the Chicago Cubs 6-0. Travis d'Arnaud and Michael Harris II homered for the defending World Series champion Braves, who avoided their first three-game losing streak of the season. The Braves, who arrived in Chicago with a 14-game win streak, went 21-8 in a stretch of 29 straight games against teams that were under .500 at the time of the matchup. Tonight Chicago Cubs (Kilian 0-1) at Pittsburgh (Brubaker 0-7), 7:05 p.m. Detroit (Faedo 1-3) at Boston (Winckowski 1-1), 7:10 p.m. WSJM/WCSY 6:50 Toronto (Berríos 5-2) at Chicago White Sox (Lynn 0-0), 8:10 p.m. NHL – National Hockey League – 2022 Stanley Cup Finals Tonight Colorado Avalanche at Tampa Bay Lightning, 8:00 p.m. (COL Leads 2-0) NHL – Lightning may be running out of gas vs fresher Avalanche It's no secret Tampa Bay has played more hockey over the past two years than any other team in the NHL. That may finally be taking a toll on the two-time defending champs against the Colorado Avalanche, who took a much shorter route to the Stanley Cup Final. The Avalanche now lead the best-of-seven series 2-0 going into Game 3 Monday at Tampa Bay. The Lightning have played 67 postseason games since Aug. 1, 2020. That is the most by one team over the span of three playoffs. Players and coach Jon Cooper refuse to use that as an excuse. WNBA – Women's National Basketball Association Yesterday Indiana Fever 89, Chicago Sky 87 Fever 90, Sky 87 – Smith scores career-high 26, Fever rally, beat Sky 89-87 NaLyssa Smith scored a career-high 26 points — including a go-ahead three-point play in the closing seconds to help the Indiana Fever erase a 15-point second-half deficit and beat the Chicago Sky 89-87. Smith was fouled as she hit a turn-around jumper from the left block and made the free throw to give the Fever an 88-87 lead with 39 seconds left. Chicago missed two shots on the other end before Victoria Vivians was fouled with 7.8 seconds remaining. She made 1-of-2 free throws to give the Fever a two-point lead. After the Sky called a timeout, Courtney Vandersloot missed a short baseline jumper and the Fever held on. Chicago's Candace Parker missed her second consecutive game due to an knee injury. Golf – US Open – Fitzpatrick a winner again at Brookline as US Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick is a champion again at The Country Club. And this time he has one of the grandest trophies in golf.
In this week's lectionary text, we hear three people say they will follow Jesus: The first says they'll follow Jesus wherever he goes...The second says they will follow Jesus after they've buried their father...The third says they'll follow Jesus after they say goodbye to their family...Through these three examples, Lars Olson teaches us how Jesus depicts what following him looks like in this week's text and how it doesn't matter if you decide to follow Jesus or the Spirit calls you to it: the kingdom of God is for sinners. It's for you. Questions Adam, Kiri and Mason ask:Do James and John think they can actually call fire down from heaven?Why can't we say goodbye to our families before following Christ?Can we choose to follow Jesus?Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
Keep or Kut - Pete (@PeteBBaseball) and Chad (@ChadYoung) both take two “victory laps” on players they were right on so far, but also eat a pair of crows regarding two players they whiffed on. Join Pitcher List Plus and get an ad-free website and access to the Pitcher List Discord community, while supporting the podcast. Get 10% off your first month of therapy on us! - BetterHelp.com/pitcherlist Timestamps 2:42 - Spencer Torkelsonhas disappointed Pete so far and his underlying numbers are essentially all league-average. 13:19 - The sample size is extremely small, but Chad already feels like he was wrong on Jonathan India. 20:35 - What is going on with Alex Bregman? Pete and every other Bregman manager are upset! Chad wants to buy low. 31:35 - Chad explains why his process on Matt Olson was off, but still expects Olson to be OK. 41:34 - Pete hypes up Sandy Alcantaraas one of the picks that he nailed going into the season. 46:20 - Chad feels vindicated in his love for his home town ace Shane Bieber, but he is still a little on the fence as to what you should do with him - he thinks he is both a buy and a sell. 52:50 - Pete's love for Jazz Chisholm Jr. - a player he has been hyping for about a year now - comes out in full. 58:10 - Jeff McNeil has been Chad's guy for years, and Chad was all in on his extremely cheap price this year. He's been rewarded with a terrific batting average and a very fine season so far. Get PL+ and join our community: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
Keep or Kut - Pete (@PeteBBaseball) and Chad (@ChadYoung) both take two “victory laps” on players they were right on so far, but also eat a pair of crows regarding two players they whiffed on. Join Pitcher List Plus and get an ad-free website and access to the Pitcher List Discord community, while supporting the podcast. Get 10% off your first month of therapy on us! - BetterHelp.com/pitcherlist Timestamps 2:42 - Spencer Torkelsonhas disappointed Pete so far and his underlying numbers are essentially all league-average. 13:19 - The sample size is extremely small, but Chad already feels like he was wrong on Jonathan India. 20:35 - What is going on with Alex Bregman? Pete and every other Bregman manager are upset! Chad wants to buy low. 31:35 - Chad explains why his process on Matt Olson was off, but still expects Olson to be OK. 41:34 - Pete hypes up Sandy Alcantaraas one of the picks that he nailed going into the season. 46:20 - Chad feels vindicated in his love for his home town ace Shane Bieber, but he is still a little on the fence as to what you should do with him - he thinks he is both a buy and a sell. 52:50 - Pete's love for Jazz Chisholm Jr. - a player he has been hyping for about a year now - comes out in full. 58:10 - Jeff McNeil has been Chad's guy for years, and Chad was all in on his extremely cheap price this year. He's been rewarded with a terrific batting average and a very fine season so far. Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
This week I am again joined live for the third and final installment of my long-form interview with Sea Org escapee Katherine Olson. Here we discuss the specifics of her escape, the help she received from an old friend leading to her reaching out to the Aftermath Foundation. Enjoy! The post Sensibly Speaking Podcast #344: Katherine Olson Escapes Scientology (Part 3) appeared first on The Sensibly Speaking Podcast.
Thank you for tuning into "Starting Small", a podcast about brand development, entrepreneurship, and innovation in the modern world. In this episode, I am joined by Parker Olson of Forij, functional superfood granola, backed by science, with vital nutrients and tasty flavor. Make sure to check out Forij at: https://www.forij.co/ Follow Starting Small: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/startingsmallpod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Startingsmallpod/?modal=admin_todo_tour LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/cameronnagle Thank you to this episodes sponsors: Brightech and Nuzzle Brightech offers designer lighting without the designer markup. Brightech is on a mission to create earth-friendly, contemporary lighting and LED lights for your home and office space. Make sure to check them out at: https://brightech.com/ Nuzzle offers pillows with two adjustable inner layers that supports your neck & cradles your head, no matter how you sleep. Make sure to check them out at: https://www.mynuzzle.com/
In this episode, listen as Realtor Ben Olson discusses the current market changes around the region. Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #grandforksnd #RaiseTheForks #SimplyGraND #GFisCooler #grandforksbestsource #visitgreatergrandforks #berkshirehathaway
Today on the Empire Life Podcast we feature special guest Kimberly Olson, Goal Digger Girl. She'll be coming on the Empire Life Podcast to dive deep into engineering your celebrity, social media tips, and digital marketing tactics. You'll find all the full episodes on the Empire Life podcast on YouTube, Spotify, iTunes, and Youtube, on our website, and here! Find Us On YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiJSVhz5kEuLMkbZDMIpBsw Find us on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/show/2dyMUbwo1PG5lHMC3qNUGO?si=rOvqIPfIT3qYbmxGReCkrA And iTunes here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/empire-life-podcast/id1281197037 Contact Kimberly Here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegoaldiggergirl/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thegoaldiggergirl/ Allison Ramsey is the best-selling author of the Redefine book (www.empirelifeacademy.com/book) and the Founder of Empire Life, Coaching and Mentoring Company. At Empire Life, Female Founders are Guided in Scaling Their Online Empires. Allison is also a Software Developer, Data Scientist, and College Professor. She also hosts the Empire Life Podcast, which broadcasts interviews with mega-successful empire builders from all around the world and publishes expert articles in the Empire Life Blog. With private clients, Empire Life guides clients in business strategy, structure, community building, authentic sales in scaling the technical infrastructure for membership sites, and systems, raising prices, and confidence, automation, sales funnels, and scales momentum with Facebook and Google Ads. The Empire Life Blog has tons of exposure and engagement every day as well. Allison is also an international speaker on women in tech, entrepreneurship, business, leadership, and business partnerships. She enjoys spending time with her loved ones in her free time. All of the female coaches and female-led businesses who implemented Empire Life's business strategies saw an increase in client leads, monthly income (often a 20X increase from when they started with Empire Life's support), and client retention after having Empire Life Mentorship, apply here: https://empirelife.typeform.com/to/KkGBfS
PODCAST: Jake Olson (@JakeOlson61), Co-founder & President of Engage (https://www.letsengage.com/) and former long snapper for the USC Trojans shares his inspirational story. Olson became the first blind college football player ever when he took the field for USC in 2017. Since graduating from USC, Jake has been a compelling motivational speaker and has been working on growing Engage, a platform that digitizes the process of booking talent. Jake started Engage while at USC because of inefficiencies he was dealing with in the booking process, and he wanted to make it easier for companies to find and book incredible speakers. Olson also discusses how he is working in the NIL space and utilizing his experience as a student athlete to help today's student athletes navigate a tricky NIL landscape. Jake will be playing in the inaugural US Adaptive Open this July at Pinehurst Country Club. Also, Josh Norris of Underdog Fantasy joins us to discuss the growth of their company and all of the offerings the company currently has in the fantasy space, from Best Ball to Pick'Em games. Listen to the award-winning Sports Business Radio podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music or at www.sportsbusinessradio.com. Follow Sports Business Radio on Twitter @SBRadio and on Instagram @SportsBusinessRadio. This week's edition of Sports Business Radio is presented by @UnderdogFantasy. Underdog Fantasy is the Official Gaming Partner of Sports Business Radio and the fastest growing fantasy app ever released with investors that include Mark Cuban, Kevin Durant, Adam Schefter and Jared Goff. The Underdog Fantasy app is available at Underdogfantasy.com, on iOS, and on Android. We've got a SPECIAL OFFER FOR SPORTS BUSINESS RADIO LISTENERS: New users get up to $100 matched on their first deposit when they use the code SBR. So download the app at underdogfantasy.com and then enter the promo code SBR to get up to $100 to play with. Sports Business Radio is also brought you by @Rhone. Rhone makes the absolute highest quality, best fitting and most comfortable performance driven clothing for men. Rhone is offering a 15% discount to Sports Business Radio listeners when you enter the promo code SBR15 at checkout. Sports Business Radio is produced by Griggs Productions (@GriggsProd) and powered by Malka Sports (@MalkaSports). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week David and Marina are joined by architect Tom Kundig, owner and design principal of Olson Kundig to discuss his childhood amongst artists and architects; mountain climbing, skiing and a near-death experience; his philosophy and positive outlook on life; the practice and his partnership with Jim Olson; architectural processes, tools and his experience with materiality; opening a New York Office; and more. This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft SUBSCRIBE • Apple Podcasts • YouTube • Spotify CONNECT • Website: www.secondstudiopod.com • Instagram • Facebook • Twitter • Call or text questions to 213-222-6950 SUPPORT Leave a review :) EPISODE CATEGORIES • Interviews: Interviews with industry leaders. • Design Companion: Informative talks for clients. • After Hours (AH): Casual conversations about everyday life. • Design Reviews: Reviews of creative projects and buildings. • Fellow Designer: Tips for designers.
Welcome back to the LEVER Movement Podcast! Today we're joined by Professional Triathlete Rachel Olson. Rachel is based in Boulder, CO and represents Waterfall Racing. In this episode we cover: How she got into Triathlon What a standard week of training looks like How she started using LEVER and how she incorporates Bodyweight Support into her current training Listen and enjoy, and make sure to subscribe to keep up to date on all the newest episodes when they release!
In a city as dense as Austin, we’ve got our fair share of transportation problems. Each year we hear exponentially grander solutions to herding a mass of people from Point A to Point B, including the hyperloop design of Elon Musk’s Boring Project. Those bold, sometimes impractical ideas can lead us to reflect on the […]
Unworthiness is a layered and complex feeling; it can also be manifested in different ways, from overworking ourselves to exhaustion, imposter syndrome, or paralysis. In this episode, Clayton Olson helps me unravel unworthiness' tricky ways. We learn about the concept of worthiness, how it might be showing up in our lives, and what we can do to reverse unworthiness symptoms and effects. Throughout our conversation, we analyze some of the typical responses to feeling unworthy, like overworking or procrastination, their origin, and what they are trying to protect us from. Clayton shares Richard Schwartz's fascinating view of humans as a constellation of parts. We take a deeper look at these parts separately, unravel their original intentions, and figure out why they might not be helping us move forward. In This Episode, You Will Learn:About Clayton's look of worthiness (2:12)Why we don't do the things, we are supposed to do. The feeling of guilt and obligation (3:45)What are overworking, procrastination, and the imposter syndrome protecting us from (4:25)The use of the word "should" and the oppressive approach to our tasks (9:31)At what point in their lives does someone lose their worthiness, and why (19:27)The power of affirmations, visualization, and taking action (22:58)Resources:If you'd like to enter into a one-on-one dialogue with Clayton about what you can create in your business or relationship, click here.Connect with Clayton:LinkedInYouTube See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this week's lectionary text, we have what could be a horror movie scene: Jesus finds a demon-possessed man, naked and living in tombs. The townspeople can't protect themselves. They bind him with chains, but the demon easily breaks free and drives the man into the wild. The demons recognize Jesus' divinity and beg him not to send them to the abyss, and Jesus grants their plea and allows them to possess a herd of nearby pigs. As you can imagine, the townspeople can't believe what they're hearing and are terrified for their lives. Something more powerful than those demons is now in their presence. And just like the demons, they beg Jesus to leave them alone. You'll want to hear what Lars Olson and Sarah Stenson have to say about the power of Jesus' word over sin, death and demons.Questions Adam, Kiri and Mason ask:Why did Jesus give permission to the demons to kill the pigs?Why were the townspeople so afraid of Jesus?What power do demons actually have?Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: email@example.comSupport the show
Techstination, your destination for gadgets and gear. I'm Fred Fishkin. The promise of using autonomous vehicles to provide mobility options in places and for people who have limited choices….was the focus of the Fifth Annual Princeton Smart Driving Cars Summit. May Mobility was among those...
Episode 93 of the Check Your Six Podcast brought Kate Olson into the GRP Studios and no, it wasn't that Kate Olson, it was the other 3rd cousin, twice removed on her mothers side!! Actually it was just Kate Elizabeth Olson, the owner of Your CBD Store in Longwood FL. Kate was in the studio to talk about starting and running a CBD Store and some of the challenges that she faces that might be somewhat different from other businesses like what they can actually say and not say at Your CBD Store. Compliance is a big issues in what she can tell customers that come into the store looking at what they can provide for a variety of aliments. The "stigma" of what the business is and the hesitation of some to even come into the store because they think they are entering a hookah lounge, smoke or vape shop. Interesting discussion about things that I was not aware of but now I know!!
Teacher, coach, podcaster and founder of Leading Better Together, Annie Perdue-Olson's mission is to help leaders get along. Sound simple? I don't think so. In fact, I think anyone could benefit from coaching from Annie Perdue-Olson—moms and dads, included. A fancy explanation is this: to equip ministry leaders to confidently address teh complex people dynamics that trip them up. Face it: when we get tripped up, it's usually because of people. Not everyone will admit that they are part of the problem. Annie comes from a place of compassion, intelligence and grace as she moves a tangled web of disagreements and conflict out into a place of freedom where groups and individuals use their God-given strengths to enlarge rather than diminish. Based on her own experiences, she's felt God's calling to be the best friend she can be—to those closest to her as well as anyone she meets. She's offering a free 27 minute clarification-call to see if she can be of service to you and your ministry. Sign up here: https://www.leadingbettertogether.com/about _____________ Not everyone has close friends nor family but when we do get together with those we love or want to love better, I find it helps to ask questions. Listening is a great part of hospitality. Summer is here and that means family reunions - sometimes with family you don't see often or know well. A little gift for you this month: Six questions you can ask to make your gathering the best ever! ______________ How to invest in what matters beyond ourselves. We have one life – let's make the most of it for God, others, and eternity. Subscribe to Living a Legacy Life: Choose one of these popular free listening services, and subscribe there: OR Subscribe to Welcome Heart's weekly email newsletter, blog updates, and podcast notes, here!
This week I am again joined live in the studio by Katherine Olson, a woman who escaped from the Sea Org a little less than a year ago and has a wealth of information and very personal story to share about her 26 years in Scientology. In this second of what are going to be... The post Sensibly Speaking Podcast #343: Katherine Olson Escapes Scientology (Part 2) appeared first on The Sensibly Speaking Podcast.
Jon talks about Affordable housing debt and real estate with Heather Olson and Matthew Baptiste, Managing Directors with Berkadia Affordable Mortgage Banking. Heather Olson, Managing Director at Berkadia, specializes in Affordable Housing debt originations with a focus on developments that utilize low-income housing tax credits and tax-exempt bonds. Since 2012, she has been directly involved in over $1 billion of loan financings from various capital sources, including Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, life companies, and HUD. Prior to joining Berkadia, Ms. Olson served as Senior Director at Walker & Dunlop. She joined W&D through the acquisition of CWCapital in 2012. While at W&D, Ms. Olson assisted in originating Freddie Mac's first ever Tax-Exempt Loan (“TEL”), a debt structure that leads the industry in 4% LIHTC debt financing. Ms. Olson holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Kennesaw State University and earned her Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation in 2014. She was honored in 2018 as a Young Leader by Affordable Housing Finance and with the 2019 Women with Vision Award. She is an alumni member of MBA's Future Leaders Class of 2019 and was awarded ULI Atlanta's Emerging Leader award in 2020. Beyond the company, Ms. Olson is a member of the Board of Directors of HOPE Atlanta. HOPE Atlanta is one of Georgia's oldest non-profits whose mission is to make homelessness in Georgia rare, brief and non-recurring. She is also an active supporter of two non-profits the Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance and Goshen Valley Boys Ranch. — Matthew Baptiste, Managing Director, brings close to two decades of commercial real estate experience to Berkadia. Mr. Baptiste focuses on loan originations through Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, HUD and Private Debt funds. Mr. Baptiste has extensive affordable housing experience, structuring complex finance executions, including tax-exempt bonds and federal and state tax credits. Before joining Berkadia, Mr. Baptiste was a Senior Director with Walker & Dunlop's Multifamily Finance Platform. He has structured and originated over $1 billion of new mortgage debt during his tenure. Mr. Baptiste joined Walker & Dunlop in 2012 through the acquisition of CWCapital LLC. Prior to CWCapital, he began his career in the commercial real estate industry at Berkely Point, formerly known as Deutsche Bank Berkshire Mortgage. Mr. Baptiste attended West Virginia Tech University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and a minor in marketing. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with Heather Olson and Matthew Baptiste: Website: www.berakdia.com
Pam Olson explains why we are in a ‘wait and see' mode with respect to legislation and discusses the importance of getting information to policymakers. She also answers the question that she received most this week: Where do things stand legislatively?Presenter:Pam Olson, PwC Consultant and former Washington National Tax Services Leader
In this Q & A episode Julie Olson, Salena Rothenberger, and myself answer questions related to hair loss from those with hyperthyroidism and Hashimoto's. This is from a Facebook live that took place on Friday June 3rd 2022.
In Masculinity and Dress in Roman Antiquity (Routledge, 2020), Olson argues that clothing functioned as part of the process of communication by which elite male influence, masculinity, and sexuality were made known and acknowledged, and furthermore that these concepts interconnected in socially significant ways. This volume also sets out the details of masculine dress from literary and artistic evidence and the connection of clothing to rank, status, and ritual. This is the first monograph in English to draw together the myriad evidence for male dress in the Roman world, and examine it as evidence for men's self-presentation, status, and social convention. Reyes Bertolin is a professor of Classics at the University of Calgary. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies
In Masculinity and Dress in Roman Antiquity (Routledge, 2020), Olson argues that clothing functioned as part of the process of communication by which elite male influence, masculinity, and sexuality were made known and acknowledged, and furthermore that these concepts interconnected in socially significant ways. This volume also sets out the details of masculine dress from literary and artistic evidence and the connection of clothing to rank, status, and ritual. This is the first monograph in English to draw together the myriad evidence for male dress in the Roman world, and examine it as evidence for men's self-presentation, status, and social convention. Reyes Bertolin is a professor of Classics at the University of Calgary. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/italian-studies
In Masculinity and Dress in Roman Antiquity (Routledge, 2020), Olson argues that clothing functioned as part of the process of communication by which elite male influence, masculinity, and sexuality were made known and acknowledged, and furthermore that these concepts interconnected in socially significant ways. This volume also sets out the details of masculine dress from literary and artistic evidence and the connection of clothing to rank, status, and ritual. This is the first monograph in English to draw together the myriad evidence for male dress in the Roman world, and examine it as evidence for men's self-presentation, status, and social convention. Reyes Bertolin is a professor of Classics at the University of Calgary. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
In Masculinity and Dress in Roman Antiquity (Routledge, 2020), Olson argues that clothing functioned as part of the process of communication by which elite male influence, masculinity, and sexuality were made known and acknowledged, and furthermore that these concepts interconnected in socially significant ways. This volume also sets out the details of masculine dress from literary and artistic evidence and the connection of clothing to rank, status, and ritual. This is the first monograph in English to draw together the myriad evidence for male dress in the Roman world, and examine it as evidence for men's self-presentation, status, and social convention. Reyes Bertolin is a professor of Classics at the University of Calgary. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies
In Masculinity and Dress in Roman Antiquity (Routledge, 2020), Olson argues that clothing functioned as part of the process of communication by which elite male influence, masculinity, and sexuality were made known and acknowledged, and furthermore that these concepts interconnected in socially significant ways. This volume also sets out the details of masculine dress from literary and artistic evidence and the connection of clothing to rank, status, and ritual. This is the first monograph in English to draw together the myriad evidence for male dress in the Roman world, and examine it as evidence for men's self-presentation, status, and social convention. Reyes Bertolin is a professor of Classics at the University of Calgary. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
"Too Much Loft" consists of three well-connected novellas that follow a young man's journey as a caddie, grounds crew member, and golf shop attendant at suburban Chicago country club in the early 1960's. The book will appeal to those familiar with country club life as golfers, social members, management, superintendents, maintenance staff, and anyone who likes a good story.Part One, Mrs. Peck, chronicles college boy Looper Litton's partnership with a 67-year-old matron as she competes in the D flight of a country club championship that she captured forty years earlier. This novella will particularly engage older female golfers who enjoy the camaraderie of intra-club competition. The personalities revealed will be familiar to anyone who lives or aspires to country club life and enjoys a well-crafted read.Part Two, Mr. O, details Looper's summer experience while working for a contentious greenskeeper. Still caddying, this time for an international exhibition of female golfers, he is never far from the country club intrigue that consumes his life. Under the iron hand of his supervisor Mr. Olson, Looper learns the ins and outs of golf course maintenance. His views on agronomy, turf care, disease, irrigation, equipment, and country club maneuvering, undergo a dramatic learning curve with the arrival of new assistant superintendent, Jerome Gjertson. Jerome's new age education conflicts with Mr. Olson's old school ways. Part Two will strongly resonate with anyone working in any agronomic capacity associated with the golf course maintenance industry.As the international exhibition unfolds, pitting Swedish female golfers versus American college girls, Looper finds himself firmly enmeshed in the competitive nature of the tournament.Part Three, In The Pro Shop, tells the story of Looper's growth. Thanks to his understanding of human nature and popularity with the membership, Looper views country club politics on a heightened level while giving lessons to an attractive member's daughter. With the help of his mentor Billy Sauers, Looper learns to fully comprehends the give and take required to serve and survive the foibles of the country club membership while courting the prospect of romance.Anyone in private club administration and management, such as members of the National Golf Course Owners of America, the National Club Association, the Club Management Association of America, etc., will recognize and identify with the tribulations and characters who inhabit mythical Spring Willows Country Club.
In this episode Dr. Eric interviews Julie Olson, as they chat about hair loss, with an emphasis on hormonal hair loss, although Julie also spent a lot of time discussing the relationship between gut health and hair loss. She also referred to an infographic, which you can check out in the show notes for this episode, which is on my website savemythyroid.com/podcast-2/
SHAKIN' THAT ASS! Guest: Alyssa Discography Developing Diva: Ford the River Support the Show DDD Prince Playlist Guest Prince Playlist Citations: Anthony, Michael. "Prince 'discoverer' Owen Husney's new book has some very good Prince stories." MinnPost. April 13, 2018. Arnold, Chuck. "Prince Collaborator Chris Moon Remembers Mentoring the Legend Before the Fame." Billboard. April 21, 2018. Chanen, David and Olson, Jeremy. "Prince died from accidental overdose of fentanyl." Star Tribune. June 3, 2016. Gabler, Jay. "Prince's childhood homes." The Current. September 30, 2016. Hahn, Alex. "Possessed: The Rise and Fall of Prince." Billboard Books. 2003. Lussenhop, Jessica. "Why did Prince change his name to a symbol?" BBC. April 22, 2016. Lynch, Jason. "Prince Talks about His Struggle with Epilepsy." People. February 14, 2022. Perrone, Pierre. "John Nelson." The Independent. September 1, 2001. "Rolling Stones Open 2-Day Stand in LA." The Press Courier. October 10, 1981. Thomas, Dexter. "Prince's 'bizarre' influence on Japanese anime." Los Angeles Times. April 29, 2016. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
"Anglers Insight Marketing", or AIM for short is a walleye tournament series focused on divisions in North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin. This weekend the qualifiers from all three states in the 2021 season are fishing the championship on Lake Miltona. Geremy Olson, AIM North Dakota tournament director shares the AIM tournament format and how anglers find their way to next year's championship event. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michelle Olson is the founder of Evergreen Minds, which is on a mission to help create a culture that connects people with natural spaces and de-medicalize and de-stigmatize the accepted status-quo in healthcare for people living with dementia. Find out more here: EvergreenMinds.org.
Guests include Jason Simpfenderfer, Beulah Athletic Director, Grant Olson, NDSU Linebackers Coach, Dom's Sister, and Dom's dad. Watch Hot Mic with Dom Izzo weekday mornings from 9 to 11 on WDAY XTRA and streaming live at Inforum.com. Follow Hot Mic on Twitter: @HotMicWDAY InForum is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org
USTA Southern has its first Executive Director & COO in 33 years with the hiring of Matt Olson. With experience working for Southern more than 20 years ago, Olson headed up USTA Atlanta and USTA New England before coming back to Southern this year. He talks about his grassroots experience starting in Macon, Ga. He also discusses National Tennis Month and the ITF World Tennis Number. Jorge Andrew, of West Columbia, S.C., talks about his induction into the Southern Tennis Hall of Fame based on his play on his native Venezuela's Davis Cup team along with climbing to No. 61 in the ATP rankings. In our highlights are Tylan Lamb, of Greeneville, Tenn., and award winners from North Carolina: Raleigh's Keisha Price and Charlotte's Kelly Flouhouse.
In this episode, I talk with Maggie Olson, a business coach for start-up creatives, about the top mistakes or struggles she sees people make when first starting their business. If you've considered breaking out on your own — or even how to break through a "maybe" phase, this episode is for you! Connect with Maggie Olson on Instagram @maggielynncreative, Facebook @MaggieLynnOlson, or MaggieLynnOIson.com Follow UX Hustle & Amanda on Instagram Follow Amanda on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/amaeworthington --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/uxhustle/support
This week, we return to the little-known world of Margaret Danner with guest editor Srikanth Reddy, historian Liesl Olson, and poet Ed Roberson. Olson and Roberson were the people who first introduced Reddy to Margaret Danner's poetry. Olson is the Director of Chicago Studies at the Newberry Library, the building where Margaret Danner worked as an editor of Poetry magazine from 1951 to 1956. Roberson is a celebrated poet living in the South Side of Chicago—probably not far from where Danner grew up and wrote much of her poetry. Born in 1915, Danner was a contemporary of Gwendolyn Brooks and Langston Hughes—and knew them personally—but she never achieved the recognition she deserved in her lifetime. It's hard to find her poetry in print; in fact, Reddy might have borrowed one of the last copies of her collected poems left in Chicago in preparation for this podcast. Danner wrote about many things—the civil rights movement, African art, gender, class, and faith (there's a previous episode of the Poetry Magazine Podcast that focuses on Danner's Baha'i faith). Today, we do a deep dive into one of Danner's poems that explores race, class, and social mobility in 1950s America. It's called, “The Elevator Man Adheres to Form,” and it may (or may not) be about an elevator operator who worked at the Newberry Library in Chicago.
Have you ever gotten too busy? Have you gotten injured? Have you stopped putting your health first? Take a step back to basics. Today's episode is about what the basics of health are - is it the need for exercise? is it a need to update the diet? Do you need to sleep more? Tune in to find out how. Patreon Link - https://www.patreon.com/macp_podcastEstelle is a Certified Personal Trainer, Fitness Nutrition Specialist, Behavior Change Specialist, and Transformation Life Coach in training. She helps beginner exercisers and those struggling to develop a consistent exercise routine identify what is holding them back on a deeper level and become more intentional with their workouts and the habits they create to support their desired lifestyle. The work she does with her clients takes a very mindset based approach because the transformation that so many people desire to be displayed on the outside all starts as an inside job. Estelle has personally struggled with off and on exercising, exercising simply because of guilt and obligation, and a desire to change her body. She has transformed from the inside out into role model and guide for so many individuals that are in the same place she was in not terribly long ago.Estelle's LinksInstagram: estellecfitnesshttps://linktr.ee/estellecfitness Dr Mac's Linkshttps://linktr.ee/macp_clinichttps://bookshop.org/shop/MACPerformancehttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mac-performance-podcast/id1518619232contact the podcast at email@example.com
This week I am joined live in the studio by Katherine Olson, a woman who escaped from the Sea Org a little less than a year ago and has a wealth of information and very personal story to share about her 26 years in Scientology. We talked for almost 3 hours and only covered about... The post Sensibly Speaking Podcast #341: Katherine Olson Escapes Scientology (Part 1) appeared first on The Sensibly Speaking Podcast.
The Philadelphia Phillies win game 4 of the series against the Atlanta Braves to split. JT Realmuto hit a home run and woke up! Aaron Nola DOMINATED with 8.1 IP and 10 strikeouts! Check out my sponsors! VersusGame: https://versusgame.com/app/user/brodeshttps://www.freestonefarmscbd.com/ - Promo Code: BRODESSeatGeek Promo Code: BRODES This will save you $20 on your total purchase! CALL OR TEXT THE 24/7 ANY TIME HOTLINE: (856) 442-9805Support the channel: https://www.patreon.com/sportstalkwithbrodesPodcasts: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sports-talk-with-brodes/id1268899988Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5yKG2JJe3bpoLiCL75d7Lt?si=5WrRXMiPRHKBvGSoTZVMVQGoogle Podcast: https://play.google.com/music/m/I4ilhe3iu5enusddeqzboud3bcu?t=Sports_Talk_With_BrodesGET A SHIRT! : https://www.teespring.com/brodesclothesEmail: Brodes@BrodesMedia.comTwitter & Instagram: @Brodes81 and @BrodesMedia
When Roxanne finds herself in the middle of a bomb scare at Chicago's O'Hare airport, a woman walks up to her and says, "I'm here to help people like you."If you like the show, you can support us on our Patreon page. And please check out our other podcast, Hidden Brain.Do you have your own story of an unsung hero? We'd love to hear it! Record a voice memo and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Some guidance:-- Focus on ONE moment that you will never forget. -- Make sure you're in a quiet, non-echoey room.-- Speak conversationally, like you're talking to a friend.-- Let us know how this person continues to impact your life.-- If your hero were standing front of you today, what would you say? Address them directly.-- Here are some tips on how to make a great recording on your phone.Thank you!