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Johnny's House
But How Did You Wave???

Johnny's House

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 110:56


When was the last time you made a new friend? We give out our best advice for 30 second therapy! How is PDA handled in your home? We make some local people famous and talk about what you'd like to bring back to Johnny's House! When were you in a situation of road rage?

Karson & Kennedy
Karson & Kennedy Daily Podcast - Beanie Babies and PDA 01-19-22

Karson & Kennedy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 36:22


 Beanie Babies and PDA

Scale Your Sales Podcast
#120: Britta Lorenz - Support the Customer's Needs to Co-Create and Innovate

Scale Your Sales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 24:26


My next guest is a partner of the PDA group. Founder of the DAC chapter of women in sales enablement, and a board member of trust enablement. She brings her executive coaching skills to the world of enablement to bring sales and marketing closer together so creating a fantastic customer experience, driving business growth. Welcome to Scale Your Sales podcast, Britta Lorenz. 0:00 Support the Customer's Needs to Co-Create and Innovate.  1:52 Enable sales performance through design thinking methodology.  4:06 Make sales more effective and efficient by putting on a customer-first mindset.  8:41 Don't apply methods on the customer, always go with and together.  11:25 The first step to customer relationships is to be curious and listen.  15:03 Coaching questioning techniques help uncover unique potential.  20:45 It's better to release a finished product rather than a perfect one.  21:40 Why communication between all departments is key for excellent sales enablement.  https://www.linkedin.com/in/brittalorenz/ Britta.Lorenz@pdagroup.net pdagroup.net Janice B Gordon, the awarding-winning Customer Growth Expert and founder of Scale Your Sales Framework. She is by LinkedIn Sales 15 Innovating Sales Influencers to Follow 2021, the Top 50 Global Thought Leaders and Influencers on Customer Experience Nov 2020 and of 150  Women B2B Thought Leader You Should Follow in 2021 Janice helps companies around the world to reimagine revenue growth through customer experience and sales. Book Janice to speak virtually at your next event https://janicebgordon.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/janice-b-gordon Twitter: https://twitter.com/JaniceBGordon Scale Your Sales Podcast: http://scaleyoursales-podcast.co.uk/ More on the blog https://scaleyoursales.co.uk/blog Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/janicebgordon Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScaleYourSalesJBG

More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice

We're back for 2022, to follow up on buying a MacBook Pro, and Apple suing NSO Group. Tim and Mark discuss migrating a Core Data app from Objective-C to SwiftUI. We discuss the 15th anniversary of the iPhone announcement, Uber parks its Watch app, and 9 to 5 writes about Watch app abandonment. Introducing Swift for Visual Studio Code. How do Verifiable Vaccination Records with SMART Health Cards Work? Wordle copycat creator apologizes for ripping off the popular free word game. Picks: Swift Playgrounds 4.0, Headfirst SwiftUI, Apple Design Resources (updated), Springboard: the secret history of the first real smartphone.

Rich and Daily
Megan Fox is Getting Bloody Married!

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 10:27


Let's all raise a glass… of blood. Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are engaged! And have two people ever been more made for each other? From epic PDA moments to all-out oddity on the red carpet, Megan & MGK are a match made in… well... wherever people lick one another's black tongues while chained together. And if sanguine shots were on-tap for their proposal, we can't wait for what they uncork on their big day. Definitely BYOB. Bring Your Own Blood!Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App.Support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Geburtsgeschichten
47 | Katharina - Kaiserschnitt, Ängste in der Schwangerschaft, vorzeitiger Blasensprung

Geburtsgeschichten

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 46:21


Katharina setzt kurz vor ihrer Hochzeit die Pille ab und ist erstmal geschockt, wie ihr Körper reagiert. Sie hat Akne am ganzen Körper und Stimmungsschwankungen, die sie so noch nicht von sich kannte. Ausserdem sind ihre Zyklen ziemlich unregelmäßig. Von 28 Tage Zyklen bis 48 Tage ist alles dabei. Neun Monate nach Absetzen der Pille hält Katharina dann einen positiven Schwangerschaftstest in den Händen und ist super erleichtert und freut sich riesig. Gleich zwei Tage später geht sie zum Frauenarzt und da es noch sehr früh in der Schwangerschaft ist, sieht man auf dem Ultraschall noch nicht viel. Die Aussage der Ärztin, dass zu diesem Zeitpunkt die Chancen 50/50 stehen, dass die Schwangerschaft bestehen bleibt, machen Katharina sehr viel Angst. Zwei Wochen später ist dann auf dem Ultraschall endlich ein Herzschlag zu sehen, aber Katharinas Angst und Sorgen bleiben während der gesamten Schwangerschaft bestehen. Sie freut sich sehr auf die Geburt und bereitet sich bestmöglich auf eine natürliche Geburt vor. Sie bewegt sich viel, benutzt einen Epi-no und ernährt sich nach der Regeln der Louwen-Ernährung. In der 40. SSW hat sie dann einen vorzeitigen Blasensprung. Die Wehen setzen einige Stunden später ein und Katharina und ihr Mann fahren ins Krankenhaus. Corona bedingt darf ihr Mann während der Eröffnungsphase nicht im Krankenhaus bleiben und Katharina verbringt die Nacht alleine im Krankenhaus. Am Morgen kommt sie in den Kreißsaal und ihr Mann darf nun endlich zu ihr. Da die Schmerzen sehr stark sind, entscheidet sie sich gegen ihren eigenen Geburtsplan und lässt sich eine PDA legen. Ihr Muttermund ist schließlich vollständig geöffnet, aber ihre Tochter steckt im Geburtskanal fest. Ärztin und Hebamme versuchen noch einige Positionen, um das Kind in die richtige Geburtsposition zu bekommen, aber die Kleine steckt weiterhin fest. Daraufhin wird die Entscheidung für einen Kaiserschnitt getroffen, was Katharina total unvorbereitet trifft. Die Operation verläuft ohne Komplikationen und bald kann Katharina ihre gesunde Tochter in den Armen halten, aber sie kämpft damit, dass die Geburt nicht so verlaufen ist, wie sie es sich das gewünscht hat und das sie in ihren Geburtsvorbereitungen die Möglichkeit einer Kaiserschnittgeburt vollkommen ausgeblendet hat. Informationen zur erwähnten Louwen Ernährung gibt es hier.

IzzaGeraa
IzzaGeraa #104 - Pda diferente, Natal, dar cozinhas a crianças bebés, associar sítios/músicas a momentos, decorar som em 1 hora.

IzzaGeraa

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 33:42


Pda diferente, Natal, dar cozinhas a crianças bebés, associar sítios/músicas a momentos, decorar som em 1 hora.

Mind Matters
2021's Biggest Conversations: Pathological Demand Avoidance (from episode 85)

Mind Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 42:15


The language around autism and neurodiversity in general is changing. As part of the review of 2021's biggest conversations we present a chat with Kristy Forbes, founder of Australia-based inTune Pathways, about PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance), the difference between PDA and other types of demand avoidance, and the changing language of autism, especially the terminology society uses to describe neurodivergent people. You can learn more about Kristy and PDA on the episode 85 page at www.NeurodiversityPodcast.com.

Calvicie and Hobbies
073 | Cancelei 2022

Calvicie and Hobbies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 29:12


Hoje temos temas variados, aí estão os tempos para quem não quiser spoilers: 00:00 - Convívios de Natal 12:40 - Review de Don't Look Up 20:54 - Cancelamento de PDA 21v/22 Bom anûs de 2022! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calvicieandhobbies/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/calvicieandhobbies/support

Trottosport
156. Må detta ske under 2022!

Trottosport

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 55:52


* ”Född utan skor"* ... fast inte på Östermalm ... * Fransmännen toppar aldrig till PdA ...* "Trivs bra i uppförsbacken"* Lax 28 dagar i sträck ...* Att inte bottna som krönikör* Axevallas succé* Norges allra bäste?* Vi ber er, Jägersro! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Rich and Daily
Kravis Gives That Unexpected Forever Gift

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 11:31


‘P*D*A. P*D*A. Kravis every day.' When Khloe Kardashian and Travis Barker went public -- they really went public! On their way to their October engagement, they engaged in some serious PDA -- everywhere! We all loved this celebrity gift that kept on giving. Well... almost all of us. Kravis comes in at a steamy Number 4 on our 2021 Top Five juiciest celebrity story countdown. Oh, and Scott Disick – you'll probably want to sit this one out.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. Support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official
How to get yourself a bigger slice of pizza.

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 25:57


How much PDA is too much PDA? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Off The Cuff
Keep Your Hands To Yourself

Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 44:53


Episode 389: Adam Banks and Amber Turner discuss the following in this episode:1.  Couples that sit next to each other instead of in front of each other at a restaurant2. PDA 3. The 2021 Peoples Choice awards 4.  Jingle Bells 6. Candy Canes 7. Christmas Wreathes 8. The Christmas Colors 9. Christmas traditions from around the world that you probably didn't know about. AND MORE!!Follow OFF THE CUFF: FB: @offthecuffwithadambanksIG:@offthecuffwithadambanksTwitter:@theadambanksIG:@theadambanksSubscribe on Itunes, Spotify, YouTube

True Romance with Carolina Barlow and Devin Leary

Devin and Carolina catch up on House of Gucci, Devin's new Survivor viewership journey and Carolina's recent experience getting catcalling at work. Carolina recommends a relationship book that triggers Devin's repressed rage. Then, the ladies discuss two holiday-relevant relationship topics: PDA & gift giving! Is it appropriate to make out in front of your grandma? Is buying an anniversary present in a casino gift shop ever acceptable? LISTEN TO FIND OUT!  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Peaceful Parenting Podcast
027: Understanding Autism with Kristy Forbes

The Peaceful Parenting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 41:44


Imagine going through life always wondering why it was so hard to “fit in”.    My guest this week is Kristy Forbes, and she shares with us how she was diagnosed with autism at the age of 33. As you'll hear in our conversation, this was a life-changing moment for Kristy in terms of understanding why she had certain tendencies.    Kristy Forbes is an Australia based autism & neurodiversity support specialist with experience working with a range of clients both nationally and internationally.   Her work is informed by her extensive professional experience as an educator (Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary teaching), as an integration aide to children with social, emotional and behavioural differences, and as a childhood behavioural and family specialist.   Her most valuable insights, however, come from lived experience.   Kristy is autistic herself and also diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA).   She is a mother to four autistic children, ranging from 7 years to 23 years, all with varying autistic expression including non-speaking and PDA.   Listen in as we talk about: The definition of autism that Kristy embraces Why functioning labels are more harmful than helpful Tips to become a more inclusive person and create a more inclusive society Why parents can be fearful of telling their children that they're autistic What neurotypical parents can do to help their neurodiverse children Key information we all should learn about understanding what it's like living with autism   Resources mentioned in this episode Kristy's blog post Join the inTune Access Support: Family Collective Reframing Autism   Connect with Kristy On Instagram Facebook Blog www.kristyforbes.com.au    Connect with Sarah Rosensweet   On Instagram On Facebook https://www.sarahrosensweet.com 

Solartopia Green Power & Wellness Hour
Solartopia Green Power & Wellness Hour - 12.02.21

Solartopia Green Power & Wellness Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 60:28


MINNESOTA ATTORNEY-GENERAL KEITH ELLISON ON SAVING OUR DEMOCRACY     Our 74th GRASSROOTS EMERGENCY ELECTION PROTECTION COALITION Zoom features the great KEITH ELLISON, Attorney-General of Minnesota in a riveting All-Star gathering that gets to the core of to save our democracy under fire.   Keith was the lead prosecutor in the GEORGE FLOYD case and has been at the heart of the Black Lives Matter movement and much much more.   He is a brilliant, personable, deeply dedicated grassroots politician who helped found the Congressional Progressive Caucus.  Today he works to preserve the right of our citizens to safely cast ballots and have them reliably counted (what a concept!).   Keith is joined by ANDREA MILLER of the Center for Common Ground, whose work in Georgia and elsewhere on voting centers and computerized mass mobilization has been pathbreaking and essential.and getting ever moreso…   RAY MCCLENDON of the Atlanta NAACP tells us how the GEORGIA WAY of grassroots organizing is key to fighting off the fascist right-wing assault bearing down on our nation.   HEDY TRIPP of St. Cloud, ALAN MINSKY of the PDA, JOHN BRAKEY of Audit USA, JAMES FUKUDA of LULAC, Indigenous organizer TATANKA BRICCA, voting rights pioneer LORI GRACE, REV. RODNEY SADLER, journalism ART LEVINE, GREEP's great JOEL SEGAL and many more join in with AG Ellison to make this a truly critical gathering.   Don't miss it!!! 

Oncotarget
Exploratory Study of Metformin and Rapamycin as Maintenance Therapy

Oncotarget

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 6:20


Volume 11, Number 21 of Oncotarget reported that eligible patients with stable or responding mPDA after 6 months on chemotherapy were randomized 1:1 to metformin alone or with rapamycin, stratified by prior treatment with FOLFIRINOX. Metformin +/ rapamycin maintenance for mPDA was well-tolerated and several patients achieved stable disease associated with exceptionally long survival. Dr. Dung T. Le from The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD, 21287 said, "Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDA) is aggressive cancer with high mortality at all stages and limited treatment options in the advanced setting." Metformin is an antidiabetic drug in the biguanide class of agents which inhibits mTOR complex 1 primarily through AMP-kinase activation. A synergistic effect of the combination of metformin with rapamycin was suggested by preclinical studies demonstrating enhanced inhibition of mTOR in a pancreatic cancer cell line and better growth inhibition of pancreatic cancer cells in a xenograft tumor model with the combination than either agent alone. Based on this, they conducted an exploratory study of metformin with or without rapamycin in patients with mPDA in the maintenance setting. The Le Research Team concluded in their Oncotarget Research Article, "the administration of metformin with or without rapamycin in patients with mPDA who achieve a response to chemotherapy is well-tolerated and was associated with better than expected overall survival in this study. Additional studies are needed to prospectively evaluate the role of these agents compared to a maintenance chemotherapy or observation only approach." Sign up for free Altmetric alerts about this article - https://oncotarget.altmetric.com/details/email_updates?id=10.18632%2Foncotarget.27586 DOI - https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27586 Full text - https://www.oncotarget.com/article/27586/text/ Correspondence to - Dung T. Le - dle@jhmi.edu Keywords - pancreatic cancer, mTOR inhibition, maintenance therapy, metformin About Oncotarget Oncotarget is a bi-weekly, peer-reviewed, open access biomedical journal covering research on all aspects of oncology. To learn more about Oncotarget, please visit https://www.oncotarget.com or connect with: SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/oncotarget Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Oncotarget/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/oncotarget Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/oncotargetjrnl/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/OncotargetYouTube/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/oncotarget Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/oncotarget/ Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/Oncotarget/ Oncotarget is published by Impact Journals, LLC please visit https://www.ImpactJournals.com or connect with @ImpactJrnls Media Contact MEDIA@IMPACTJOURNALS.COM 18009220957 Copyright © 2021 Impact Journals, LLC Impact Journals is a registered trademark of Impact Journals, LLC

Virgin Mornings with Adam Wylde & TJ
Rihanna is a Hero, PDA Hate/Love, and What's Your Flavour

Virgin Mornings with Adam Wylde & TJ

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 44:47


Today on Virgin Mornings, TJ and Jax discuss Rihanna's Acceptance as the National Hero for Barbados (3:07), how much PDA is too much (24:42), and what's the #1 food item you can't go without? (34:27) Listen to Virgin Mornings every weekday from 5:30am - 10am on 99.9 Virgin Radio Toronto. Catch Ghosted on Tuesday's at 8am!

Beneath The Sheets
PDA (S3 E9)

Beneath The Sheets

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 64:21


Today we talk about PDA! We share our opinions and if we do it or if we hate it. We switch segments up and talk about PDA, gift idea's, and we go back to the last episodes comments a little.

The Terry & Jesse Show
29 Nov 21 – The Daily Practice You Need to Cultivate Interior Peace

The Terry & Jesse Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 51:11


Today's Topics: 1) Gospel - Mt 8:5-11 - I say to you, many will come from the east and the west, and will recline with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob at the banquet in the Kingdom of heaven Bishop Sheen quote of the day 2) Vaccinated English adults under age 60 are dying at twice the rate of unvaccinated people the same age https://alexberenson.substack.com/p/vaccinated-english-adults-under-60?token=eyJ1c2VyX2lkIjo0MDYxNzk0NywicG9zdF9pZCI6NDQzMzc2NTQsIl8iOiIwMXZIbiIsImlhdCI6MTYzNzczNDExNCwiZXhwIjoxNjM3NzM3NzE0LCJpc3MiOiJwdWItMzYzMDgwIiwic3ViIjoicG9zdC1yZWFjdGlvbiJ9.bfgRPcZuwNK8PyMuNZDumfjrOfv9k6Bw2JnNdp0DMsg Study shows abortion pill ER visits are skyrocketing as PDA mulls relaxing regulations https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/study-shows-abortion-pill-er-visits-are-skyrocketing-as-fda-mulls-relaxing-regulations/ 3) Dr. Paul Marik files lawsuit to allow physicians to prescribe life-saving Ivermectin protocols to fight Covid https://basedunderground.com/2021/11/10/dr-paul-marik-files-epic-lawsuit-to-allow-physicians-to-prescribe-life-saving-ivermectin-protocols-in-fight-against-covid/ Paris Archbishop Resigns after being accused of affair with woman https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/paris-archbishop-resigns-after-being-accused-of-affair-with-woman/ 4) Why praying the Angelus is the daily practice you needhttps://radiantmagazine.com/2021/11/04/why-praying-the-angelus-is-the-daily-practice-you-need-to-cultivate-peace/ South African Doctor: Covid shots intended to reduce the world's population by poisoning "billions" https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/jab-will-poison/

Dancing Is Forbidden
PDA | Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Dancing Is Forbidden

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 77:16


Have you seen Shake's PDA? Because he hasn't. Ever. Probably because it never existed. Turns out, Shake is just trying to copy cool-tar-guy Romulox, who I can assure you is better than all of us. Also in this episode, Meatwad wanted to get sexy with the tarboat captain, but Frylock wouldn't let him. Poor guy. Other topics discussed include cassette tapes, cryptocurrency, and Todd Barry.   References: • Radio Labyrinth Podcast with Dave Willis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wq5Qw0PHRKM • ATHF Crypto Meme: https://twitter.com/AquaTeenPod/status/1462099118046777347 • Adult Swim/Cartoon Network bumpers & promos - December, 2002: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZhpc33aeA8 Contacts:  Support the Show: patreon.com/dancingisforbidden Leave a voice message: speakpipe.com/dancingisforbidden Discord: https://discord.gg/NpjSXPECw6 Instagram: @AquaTeenPod Twitter: @AquaTeenPod Email: DancingIsForbiddenPod@gmail.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe5gFb5eAYH3nyF3DZ5jwhQ Website: dancingisforbidden.com Twitch: twitch.tv/ronnieneeley

Kelly and Wood Podcast
Married Couple Misbehaving at Work

Kelly and Wood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 39:04


In "The HR Files" we get a question about a couple who is getting pretty aggressive with their PDA's at work. Kelly talks about his long lasting effects of Covid. Wood has some tests he needs to take. And more from today's show. Thank you for listening!

Murder Most Irish
The Old Fruit Market. Episode 68

Murder Most Irish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 62:36


Hello friends! This week Emma tells the horrific and deeply frustrating story of the murder of 43 year old Adrian Murphy. Adrian's two murderers used Grindr to lure Adrian to his inevitable death. We also talk about PDA's and how ye's need to STOP immediately and how we are both VERY old. Have a lovely week, lads. Be good to each other! References for this weeks episode: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9177199/Devils-breath-murderer-poisoned-Irish-dancer-date-rape-drug-jailed-32-years.html https://www.thejournal.ie/adrian-murphy-murder-woman-jailed-16-years-5395418-Mar2021/ https://www.irishcentral.com/news/adrian-murphy-killer-life-sentence https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2021/01/22/joel-osei-adrian-murphy-murder-gay-irish-dancer-devils-breath-jail/ https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/ruthless-couple-accused-murdering-champion-22764411 https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-london-54660836 https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/republic-of-ireland/couple-found-guilty-of-murdering-irish-dancer-with-devils-breath-drug-39659870.html

Jess B. Real Podcast
P.D.A.! or P.D.A.?

Jess B. Real Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 44:31


I don't know about you guys, but P.D.A., wasn't always my thing, it was something I had to learn in my adult years. But back in 2012, I had this notion on how to be able to conduct, and control its narrative. I feel this narrative is the best way to keep relationships in the best flexible shape it can be in. I said as my young 22 year old self:   "It's simple how to keep a happy home in your relationships. The less PDA then the less of PDA. Don't air to the (P)ublic so then people cannot (P)ry into something they don't need to know. Don't (D)isplay a relationship to want your trophy then, (D)eceitful people won't have anything to aim for. Keep (A)fiction intimate, then (A)ssholes have no reason, to think anything could ever go wrong. The less Public Displayed Affection, the less Prying Deceitful Assholes to enter your happy home."   Would you agree? Let's unpack, and get real...Tap in! It's the Season 4 Finale!!! I know this one is gonna be a bang for some, and ruffle of feathers, for others lol.

Rich and Daily
Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello's Break Up Breaks Us

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 12:20


So was it a romance -- or a fauxmance? Pop stars Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes have (gasp!) broken up, and we're bummed. Yet some people are STILL wondering if ‘Shamila' was the real thing. But they had us at "Señorita." And just weeks ago they were packing on the PDA. Now suddenly -- it's OVER. Why?! No-doubt the coming break-up ballads will tell all.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App.Support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Leo And Rebecca In The Morning
Thursday, Nov 18

Leo And Rebecca In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 41:09


Leo and Rebecca PODCAST - Camilla Cabello and Sean Mendez are DONE - Kanye asked Kim to please refrain from PDA with anyone until they get a divorce - Will once wanted to date his Fresh Prince co-star- DOG Phone is a thing?- Snapping your fingers is the fastest thing your body can do! - Carmen calls lady about her health insurance - Birthday Holla- In the FRIDGE or NOt! - Leo and Rebecca Buzz Question - My Man SAYS a Man Buying Me A drink is Cheating!

Jase & PJ
MINI: Kate Langbroek pashes in public

Jase & PJ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 16:03


Kate Langbroek joined us this morning to chat about her new book and revealed that she had a big smooch in the middle of a piazza in Italy, which got Jase and Lauren talking about parents who like PDA. Love you guys x

Internal Medicine For Vet Techs Podcast

Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk with:  H. Edward Durham Jr., CVT, LATG, VTS (Cardiology) once again about the hole in the heart after a fetus is born, which we learn is truly a vessel hole and not a hole in the heart. Join us this week as we learn all about the Patent ductus arteriosus.    Question of the Week Have you seen a reverse PDA? Leave a comment at https://imfpp.org/episode105   Resources We Mentioned in the Show  Cardiology for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses. H. Edward Durham Jr. 30 June 2017.    Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for another episode!  Want to earn some RACE approved CE credits for listening to the podcast? You can earn between 0.5-1.0  hour of RACE approved CE credit for each podcast episode you listen to.    Join the Internal Medicine For Vet Techs Membership to earn and keep track of your continuing education hours as you get your learn on!   Join now! http://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com/   Get Access to the Membership Site for your RACE approved CE certificates Sign up at https://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com  Get Access to the Technician Treasure Trove  Sign up at https://imfpp.org/treasuretrove    Thanks for listening!  – Yvonne and Jordan 

Front Porch Swingers
Episode 166: Brian‘s Night with a Twist

Front Porch Swingers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 69:35


Episode 166 of the sexy swinger and hotwife podcast, Front Porch Swingers, details Brian's very unexpected and naughty experience at our recent Pod Bash Event! To Brian's surprise, a beautiful fellow podcaster hit on him at the event, leading to some very hot PDA and some alone-time that Brian has been beaming about since! Plus, should single guys ask if Brenna wears panties or not? We weigh in! Make sure to check out the Friends with a Twist Podcast! https://www.friendswithatwist.com/ Get 15% off your bedroom wellness products at https://bit.ly/3fXXOaM 30 free days of Dipsea at https://dipseastories.com/fps 20% off plus free shipping of the best in mail grooming at https://manscaped.com use promo code SWINGERS Get the naughty stuff at https://onlyfans.com/frontporchswingers Sponsor the show and join our amazing chat group at https://patreon.com/frontporchswingers Instagram: https://instagram.com/fpspodmedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/fpswingers

Front Porch Swingers
Episode 166: Brian's Night with a Twist

Front Porch Swingers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 69:35


Episode 166 of the sexy swinger and hotwife podcast, Front Porch Swingers, details Brian's very unexpected and naughty experience at our recent Pod Bash Event! To Brian's surprise, a beautiful fellow podcaster hit on him at the event, leading to some very hot PDA and some alone-time that Brian has been beaming about since! Plus, should single guys ask if Brenna wears panties or not? We weigh in! Make sure to check out the Friends with a Twist Podcast! https://www.friendswithatwist.com/ Get 15% off your bedroom wellness products at https://bit.ly/3fXXOaM 30 free days of Dipsea at https://dipseastories.com/fps 20% off plus free shipping of the best in mail grooming at https://manscaped.com use promo code SWINGERS Get the naughty stuff at https://onlyfans.com/frontporchswingers Sponsor the show and join our amazing chat group at https://patreon.com/frontporchswingers Instagram: https://instagram.com/fpspodmedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/fpswingers

The Squarepeg Podcast
55. S4, Ep12: The PDA profile, social justice and being an openly autistic CEO - with Helen Evans

The Squarepeg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 50:12


Helen Evans is Chief Executive of the PDA Society. She was diagnosed autistic aged 39 in October 2020, two years after her son, who has a PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) profile. She grew up in South London, and now lives in Oxfordshire.  From 2012 to 2015 Helen was Global Head of Safeguarding at Oxfam, and tried to get the organisation to tackle issues of systemic sexual abuse perpetrated by Oxfam workers. After speaking publicly about the issue and giving evidence to MPs and the Charity Commission, she was awarded Whistleblower of the Year in 2019. Since leaving Oxfam in 2015 she has been CEO of two neurological condition charities, and was appointed CEO of the PDA Society in July 2021. In our conversation we talk about: ➡ What the PDA profile is ➡ Having a strong sense of social justice ➡ Dealing with invisible sensory struggles, face blindness and meltdowns ➡ Workplace socialising and the work environment, and being openly autistic at work ➡ Maintaining friendships as an autistic adult ➡ Navigating systems as a neurodivergent parent Squarepeg is a podcast in which neurodivergent women, and trans and nonbinary people, explore navigating a neurotypical world and share their insights, challenges and successes. I hope that these conversations will be inspiring and thought provoking, open you up to new ways of thinking about being neurodivergent, and help you feel more connected to a worldwide community of people with similar experiences. I'm Amy Richards, and after being diagnosed autistic at the age of 37 I'm now on a mission to learn more about different perspectives and issues around being a neurodivergent adult in a world that feels like it doesn't quite fit.   EPISODE LINKS: PDA Society website: https://www.pdasociety.org.uk/  Helen's LinkedIn account: https://www.linkedin.com/in/helen-evans-0357832/    If you'd like to connect or get in touch with Squarepeg, you can find me on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/squarepeg.community/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/squarepegautism  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/squarepegautism/  Or on my website: https://squarepeg.community/    THANK YOU TO MY PATRONS! A HUGE thank you to my amazing patrons, who support my work on the podcast: Abigail J Moore, Caroline, Cat Preston, Catrin Green, Corinne Cariad, Elise, Jackie Allen, Jessica, Karawynn Long, Kate Faust, Katharine Richards, Katherine Lynch, Laurie Green, Lea Li, Lilli Simmons, Pete Burke, Tree Hall, Vera Cady and Vicki Temple. If you're enjoying the Squarepeg podcast and would like to help me carry on making new episodes, you can become a member of the Squarepeg community on Patreon from just £3 per month: https://www.patreon.com/squarepegpodcast 

Sippin' On Sweet Tea
Horrible CMA Interviews & PDA

Sippin' On Sweet Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 29:40


Episode 10 // IT'S CMA WEEK!! Slater & Melissa got a chance to catch up with country music's biggest artists, even if they looked like idiots. Also, talking about Slater's show of PDA that Melissa had a huge issue with!

Kevin 英文不難
#211. PDA 技巧:15 分鐘內寫完 Email、電動車 Rivian IPO

Kevin 英文不難

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 15:54


英文 Email 寫不出來,不完全是英文程度的問題,很多時候反而是寫作架構問題。在今天的節目,我想要提供大家一個技巧,稱作 PDA(目的、細節、行動)讓你在 15 分鐘內寫出 Email,不要再花半小時寫短短兩行字,把時間留給更重要的事情。 ---- PDA 瑕疵品客訴架構,點連結看影片 https://www.kevinenglishpodcast.com/pda-opt-in

Written Off
Introducing: Ear Hustle

Written Off

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 50:20


Visiting a loved one in prison is both emotionally intense and constrained by countless rules — from how much PDA is too much PDA, to what kind of candy you can eat inside. One year after California prison authorities suspended in-person visits due to COVID-19, we bring you stories from and about visiting rooms, and hear how families are adjusting to video “visits.” Ear Hustle is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Find a full list of episode credits at earhustlesq.com. As always, thanks to Lt. Sam Robinson and Warden Ron Broomfield for their support of the show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

It's The Alcohol Talking
Too ”EnTheissing”

It's The Alcohol Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 108:57


The ITAT guys are are throwing back a few cold ones while they break down a sandwich bracket in honor of National Sandwich Day. They also talk about some of their favorite quotes, and tell a few wild PDA stories and more!  Alcohol Review: Lavery Brewing Co. - Banana Berry Sno Cone Sour (6/8) UFO - Journey to Planet Pumpkin! (3.25/8) Drinks are Drank, Laughs are Had & the Alcohol Talks! Show Sponsor: Stogiebird Cigar - Stogiebird.com - Instagram @Stogiebird Check us out on Face Book, Instagram and send us a message to Itsthealcoholtalkingshow@gmail.com

Lori & Julia
11/8 Mon Hr 3: Sex Monday... Demi Lovato's Hammer?

Lori & Julia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021


Holly has the Dirt Alert, Bennifer 2.0 if shown with some steamy PDA on a Los Angeles tarmac, and the LACMA gala has some very interesting fashion being displayed by A list celebrities.

Those Girls
Love It or Leave It: Part II

Those Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 35:35


Happy Monday! On this week's episode of Those Girls Podcast, Mary and Rach play another game of Love It Or Leave It! Topics range from PDA to Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian's new romance and we give our unfiltered thoughts on each one. Love what you're listening to?! Be sure to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and follow us on Instagram @Thosegirlspodcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thosegirls/support

Quarantings
RMT: Is it Cuffing SZN?

Quarantings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 75:57


Kristen starts things off with some audience comments and follow up points concerning the much debated “bodies that do not count”. It seems no one can agree on this hot topic (shockular). Then, it's back to a classic this week aka Riddle Me This. How does one handle dating somebody out in public before you are exclusive? (7:12) Lume is all for bringing not-quite-bae around friends, but somehow can't get behind PDA with ACTUAL bae if parents are around. What exactly is the play in the ever- tricky “somebody's on a date but clearly unfocused on the date and trying to ignore or full on ditch the date and get YOUR attention” situation? Is it time to retire the phrase "She's too pretty to be single"? We can all guess Kristen's answer (yes). Lume is NOT a fan of the social media "soft launch" as the kids would say. Speaking of not fans, the crew is not here for the recently trending "Cuffing Season" schedule, so they look to improve it. QQH(56:50): Lume laughs at Aaron Rodgers and his recent fake truth coming to light. Then the crew is back with a movie review of the most recent 007 and let us just say that Kristen has some very strong complaints (major spoilers alert… but let's be real, if you haven't seen it yet you clearly not a true fan).

Frankie and Jess
Chill Out on the PDA!

Frankie and Jess

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 105:27


Topics Include: What is your PAT? Who needs to chill out on the PDA? Did someone seek you out in a creepy way? and Heather Gay and Whitney Rose in Studio!

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast
Tommy & Taylor Johnson - Co-Founders, PsyOptions Ep #51

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 41:28


Anatoly (00:09):Hey folks, this is Anatoly and you're listening to The Solana Podcast. And today I have with me Tommy and Taylor, co-founders of the PsyOptions protocol. Awesome to have you guys.Tommy (00:18):Thanks for having us.Taylor (00:19):Thanks for having us.Anatoly (00:21):Cool. So what's the origin story? How did you guys get into crypto and what made you build PsyOptions?Tommy (00:27):Crypto, it goes back to... I remember watching the Ethereum ICO, just being a broke college student, but felt we were too broke to actually throw anything into and that's a big regret, but that shaped up how we got into Solana later on. Really dove deep into everything back in 2017, right before the summer hype. And then in the summer hype, tried developing a little bit on Ethereum, doing some solidity development in the spare time, but I never jumped full time into it until PsyOptions. Taylor has a little bit of a different history with crypto.Taylor (01:03):Yeah. I've actually been full-time in crypto since late 2017, after Tommy and I shut down a previous business we started in school. We were looking for different things to do and I knew crypto had a lot of hype in 2017. I was like, "All right, this is definitely an industry I could see myself being a part of." I eventually took a job at Blockfolio and then as well as doing some freelance solidity development and then been full-time ever since.Anatoly (01:27):How did you guys meet? What was the genesis for you guys to go build PsyOptions?Tommy (01:32):Well, Taylor and I are twins, so we met a long, long time ago. We've always been hacking on ideas and stuff. And I guess, Taylor had his eye on Solana from 2018, right Taylor?Taylor (01:47):Yeah, pretty early on. I remember Multicoin writing about it. I was like, "Oh, this is actually a really sweet architecture, solves a lot of problems that we saw in Ethereum." And kept following before Mainnet beta was launched.Tommy (01:59):Yeah. And so we had been tinkering around, created a GitHub organization last summer, like the same one we're using now and just started reading the documentation. And then had a few projects we tried in the fall that never really took off. And then in October we were surfing with Tristan from FTX and he was just talking about Serum and everything that they were working on. So we knew what was in the pipeline and had that in the back of our mind. We did the first hackathon, did in place, built a trusted third party Oracle. And then after that had an issue with TradFi, trying to get API access to automate a options trading strategy, and that was what kicked it off. We were for fresh off that first hackathon, wanted a fresh idea, had our feet wet in Solana. And it was like, "Taylor, what if we just built options into the blockchain? We can get this API access built in. We have the order book already there, there's some basic infrastructure." And that was the genesis.Anatoly (02:59):That's awesome. Limited access to data was one of the reasons I started building this thing. Because I used to try to build stupid deep learning models on interactive brokers and you never have access to data. It's always even the quality is really suspects. It's like, "Do I really know that this is where things got executed? Or did they just copy and paste stuff from a database with a bunch of errors?"Tommy (03:26):Yep.Taylor (03:26):That's terrible. Yeah. If you want good data quality, you have to pay up for it. That's why Bloomberg Terminal is what 20, 25K a month. And if you're just the hobbyist or just trying stuff out, it's just not feasible to pay that much.Anatoly (03:41):Yeah. This is to me I think part of the beauty of the space right now, is that you can build up a lot of what finance is with just a bunch of hobbyist. It's like Linux. Linux in the '90s, you're competing with Microsoft, billions of dollars of engineers buildings stuff, but it's just a bunch of people over the weekend can compete. It's crazy.Tommy (04:03):Yeah. It's wild.Taylor (04:04):I think that's one of the best parts, all that coordination.Anatoly (04:07):So what are the challenges? You guys are one of the earliest I would say teams working on Solana. What have you guys seen, or what were the real painful points? What got better? What still sucks?Tommy (04:18):Oh man. All right. This first Solana season hackathon, the one that we won, we wrote everything in Solana native. I remember pinging [Armani 00:04:29] back in February saying, "Hey, I hear you're working on some framework, can I poke around? And checking out the repository." But it wasn't anywhere near complete or, I didn't dive in enough to use it for the hackathon. So now I rewrote the entire American option protocol in Anchor and it took me very little time to actually write that. So the development life cycle and just ease of getting up to speed, has improved ridiculously.Taylor (05:07):Yeah. And documentation has improved too.Anatoly (05:07):That's awesome. What is Anchor doing for you guys that Native, Rust isn't?Taylor (05:13):It's helped simplify our integration tests. So that's one thing that we try to do when we first started was, we wrote our own integration testing framework in Rust. I guess I wouldn't even call it a framework, it was pretty rough. But Anchor takes care of that. You're just writing your test in JavaScript, it's pretty easy to get up and running. And then also handling a lot of different edge cases that you wouldn't have to think about, checking account addresses and other things just to bring safety in. And it removes a lot of those headaches that, if you're just getting started and trying to hack something together, you're not really going to be thinking about.Tommy (05:48):Yeah. I think the account, de-serializing accounts, token accounts and things like that. You just have your accounts structure, passing that into the context and it de-serializes all that. The amount of little issues we had just because oh, we mis-ordered one thing in the array when we were refactoring, the accounts array, and it's like, "What the hell is going on?" And then you're trying to debug and add messages and stuff, because you're just like, "Oh man. And what is..." And then it all turns out to be a typo or you fat fingered moving one line up or, and it was... So the account structure and dealing with that is just incredibly easy. You don't have to de-serialize anything yourself.Well, anything that has a token, SPL token program or even some of the DEX infrastructure. And it makes cross program invocations a lot easier. I've been working with some teams for this hackathon, and wrote a bunch of cross program invocation examples for these teams to get up and running with PsyOptions pretty quickly. And it was just seamless for them to use our data structures and serialize it, de-serialize, because as long as we're all using the same framework, it works.Anatoly (06:56):Yeah. This was is my decision, so you can blame me, but I really didn't want to build a shitty framework. And until people started building on Solana, it was really hard to know, what do they need? I think it would've been worse if we built a bunch of code that nobody could build with, because it would've been incomplete. I'm going to say, it takes a lot of discipline to do that, versus laziness.Tommy (07:22):It makes sense to offload it on to the actual DAP developers. It's a different beast when you're programming the underlying system versus the actual just Solana runtime program. So it makes a lot of sense how Anchor came out and who really is leading it.Anatoly (07:40):Can you guys tell me what worked really well? Or what features or anything for any other Devs that when they're coming into building on Solana, what stuff actually feels like a superpower?Taylor (07:52):Well, one thing that's improved a ton is the SPL token program and how you manage the token accounts and whatnot. That's definitely something that a lot of the new developers on Solana don't have to deal with. But back then we were building into our UI the ability to have multiple accounts for the same SPL token and it was super frustrating and whatnot. So using those associated token accounts and other kind of, I guess you could call them rapper programs or things like that, that just improve the UX significantly. Understanding those and why they're there is pretty important when someone's getting started.Tommy (08:30):I think taking it a step further too, how does the associated token program work? And what's really under the hood is the program derived address. I put together some documentation for people starting to onboard to PsyOptions or related protocols. And I'm like, you need to read up all these Twitter threads, these documentations on PDAs, because there's just so many things you can do with a PDA that's very unique. You can get a mapping just to accounts, you can create a unique constraint. So for PsyOptions, there should never be... Right now, there's no reason to have more than one of the same option and the fungibility of those options are based on the expiration date, the strike price, the asset pair. And so we just have a PDA that is seated with those parameters and it creates this unique constraint.Anatoly (09:24):Oh, that's cool. So you encode the constraints as, basically hash it into the address.Tommy (09:30):Exactly.Taylor (09:30):Exactly.Anatoly (09:31):And the taker then has to satisfy those constraints to be able to take that trade.Tommy (09:36):No, not on the trade level, just on the general structure for creating the option. It's like, okay, if you want to spin up a BTC 70,000, USDC strike for the October 29th expiration, just that structure that creates that... because that's structure is the core structure of PsyOptions, the Psy American program. And that's what then controls the option TokenMint and writer TokenMint and how you dull out those option tokens. And so it's just there can never be more than one of those specific to those constraints. So it's separated from the trading concerns.Anatoly (10:14):Got it.Taylor (10:15):Yeah. I think you thinking of your stateless escrow. I thought that was a pretty cool proof of concept.Anatoly (10:21):Yeah. I wasn't sure that you guys already built... I think this idea has been around in crypto for a while, so I wouldn't be surprised if you guys use it too. But I like that idea that, because you don't want to generate infinite number of these markets, if everybody enters the same data, then it's going to spit out the same BTC month increment whatever, like May 2021 option or whatever you want.Tommy (10:47):Yeah. And we've seen it too. It's really useful to have these deterministic ways to look up an account address. So it's like, "Look, I can just check if this option market already exists by using these parameters, the PsyOptions market exists." And we also ran into some issues that we had to hack together, on the client side, because Serum doesn't have these kinds of constraints. And an adversary could come in and spin up multiple Serum markets for the same asset pair. And then when you're pulling that data from the chain on the client, it's like, "Well, which one is your UI using? Which one are these automated traders using? All that kind of stuff. How do you sync them up?"And so that was a pain point, and we had to whip together a package. But now with Serum's permission markets and some other stuff, we can now use PDAs to say, "This is deterministically how the UI is going to determine the market. Here's how everyone else should do it. These are the seeds." And then it keeps everyone in line in a more decentralized way, rather than having to have some NPM package with metadata and it's painful to maintain.Anatoly (11:54):Got it. That's cool. What actually runs the market? Is it a Serum Q, a Serum V2 or V3 Q?Tommy (12:03):Serum V3 right now, for the Americans. Yeah.Anatoly (12:05):Awesome. Man, that's super cool. How was that integration? Is that blood, sweat and tears still, or are the tooling itself around Serum getting better?Taylor (12:15):It's getting better.Tommy (12:16):Blood, sweat and tears.Taylor (12:17):Yeah, but it was definitely blood, sweat and tears. I think that's what took us the longest part in the original hackathon that we won, was doing the Serum integration. And we weren't even doing any cross program invocations to Serum at that point, it was literally just client site integration. And that was really difficult. No documentation, got to read through the source code. I think we even found some bugs in their type script package and had to patch it ourselves. So yeah, definitely blood, sweat, and tears there.Tommy (12:48):There's still room for improvement. I'm like drop in list every time as hackathon participants start asking, or users are complaining about settling funds. I'm just at a constant stream of, "Hey, we should document this and add a flow chart for that." Because all the customer surface is offloaded to the people using the Serum stuff, so we get that inflow of feedback from users and other developers building on top.Anatoly (13:12):Yeah. People don't realize how strapped every team is.Tommy (13:16):I agree.Anatoly (13:17):It's literally like three, four engineers at best to, no customer service, no nothing, just pure software, open source software. It's not like when you look at a market cap of something, you think there's a equivalent to market cap S&P 500 company with 30,000 engineers just all cranking away. Thank God it's not, honestly.Tommy (13:41):Yeah.Taylor (13:42):Yeah. It's got its ups and downs. At least you can move fast, it's not a bureaucratic process. But at the same time, customer support definitely dwindles and I think 70% of people are probably testing in production. So the end users are just going to have to deal with that and understand that's just the way things are done in crypto right now.Anatoly (14:03):I guess, how close are you guys to launch and what are the next blockers?Tommy (14:07):So we actually are on Mainnet trading with BTC and ETH markets right now. We have been live since the end of August, just with BTC and ETH for the September strike. Then we upgraded to a V2 of our American protocol with Serum permission markets, so we can eventually close those markets. And so that gives us the ability to open a bunch more. And so we're live with those, we're working with a couple other partners to get some SOL markets up pretty soon. So we'll probably announce that here.Anatoly (14:40):Awesome. What have you guys seen in terms of adoption, and how are people using it and has anyone surprised you with what they're doing?Tommy (14:49):It's tough right now from the retail side using our user interface. I think what the biggest thing that I'm excited... There's been a lot of great feedback. Options are not an easy instrument to use, managing your own positions is tough. And so we've gotten a lot of great feedback from the community and it's shaping what some of these projects that are work thing on during this hackathon. I think that's what's most interesting and surprising is these teams that are building on top and they're not user interfaces. These are protocols that are going to be managing certain strategies and rolling positions for users, and so you can have this more passive product. It's like a ribbon finance to the basic ones, where it's just selling covered calls and secured puts or things that.But there's a lot of plans, I don't want to leak their Alpha. But a lot of plans for additional products where it's more just, set it and forget it. And it has certain properties detailed out to hedge for various things, give you certain direction on volatility. And it'll make these... all these products, some more user friendly for retail, but also big institutions that are looking to hedge existing exposure.Anatoly (16:00):That sounds like you guys are building more of info level for options.Tommy (16:04):Yep.Anatoly (16:05):That's awesome.Taylor (16:06):Yeah. We chalk up the V1 American that we built as just a primitive, and as decentralize as possible. It doesn't rely on Oracles, it doesn't need pricing information. So the only dependency is the Solana runtime and SPL token program, I guess now Serum with the permission markets. But the original one had only SPL token as dependency.Tommy (16:29):Yeah. So there's capital inefficiency with the American style, because you can exercise at any time up until the expiration. So we're about to hopefully announce pretty soon, we have a European that we've architected and we're going to break ground on that and we'll crank it out pretty quickly. That will have a little bit more dependencies, but it'll be more capital efficient because it'll be auto exercised and we'll have a margining system built into it. And the American will continue on because we're going to build, I like to call it Carta for DeFi, but just a place where people... We whipped out a vesting contract the other week. And we'll be able to show people their tokens that are vesting, their options that are vesting, the ones that have currently vested and the options all in their portfolio and whether they should exercise them or not. It'd be less like trading based and more of just an interface for managing your portfolio of vesting stuff and options, so.Anatoly (17:33):That's awesome. How many engineers do you guys have?Tommy (17:38):We actually just hired another front-end guy today. So we're two full-time front-ends, and we hired another protocol developer, so we're two full-time protocol developers. Then we have a community guy and a marketing guy, and then couple of part-time and open source contributors.Anatoly (17:52):That's so small, I mean that's awesome. I feel this is the biggest thing in crypto, is how fast small teams can ship really sophisticated products.Tommy (18:04):Yeah. I think, as I've learned, the hardest thing nowadays or right now is, it's not the programming, it's the architecting the system to fit the runtime and developing the instruction set. And once you wrap your head around how that whole system works and you have your instruction set, writing the actual code is not that hard. If you actually take the time to just think and focus, and you have to have the knowledge and experience to understand that, it's pretty easy to start architecting a bunch of stuff and delegating and managing a little bit more.Taylor (18:35):The thing I will say on that though is that, the runtime changes here and there, but the changes aren't that drastic. But when you're using dependencies like Serum, Pyth, whatnot, those change a ton. And so you're seeing a ton of changes on Serum, so one week you might have architected something for Serum B3, sounds great. All of a sudden Serum updates to some new thing and that might change the optimal architecture for it. So you have to be nimble in order to just go with the flow as different protocols update, and as new versions come out and new architectures are viable.Anatoly (19:14):It's weird to think of immutable code still having dependencies. But something with Serum, you're so dependent on liquidity in those markets that if they move to V4, you have to update because you can't point to a empty market.Tommy (19:29):Yeah. We bring a lot the liquidity ourselves. Well, these are brand new markets that we spin up. It's not as much of a pain point, it's more just announcing and coordinating. But it's more of the European protocol and architecture, it depends on a lot of the stuff like... it doesn't depend heavily on the SPL token, contracts aren't represented as SPLs. And so it depends on this new architecture that they just announced, that Bonfida has been working on. So it's just interesting, you have to keep up to speed with what exists in the ecosystem, so you can constantly be like, "Is there an improvement? Can we squeeze something out of this is?"Anatoly (20:03):Is the European option, are you also planning for it to be Oracle free, or no Oracle?Tommy (20:08):No. We'll rely on an Oracle just for the exercise. We're wrapping up the architecture and probably just, we're going to develop this one totally open source from the scratch. I just put up the boiler plate repository and its open source. We're going to open source, or at least make public the architecture, so everyone can read and comment on it while we're just cranking it out in the next week and a half. So there's a Oracle dependency just on one instruction, just to actually lock in the index price, that would be for the expiration. But we don't see it being too risky of a dependency, considering it's not an instruction that has a lot going on so we can do a lot of checks. We could pull two different Oracles and reduce the potential pitfalls there.Anatoly (20:53):Yeah. This is a hard problem too. When an option is exercise it's still going to hit the Serum market to actually exercise the price?Tommy (21:03):No. So on the base layer, the European, it's just going to... essentially the architecture is locking in the price, and then users basically have to settle up the positions and collateral themselves.Anatoly (21:14):Got it.Tommy (21:14):The best way to describe this one is Deribit on chain. It's really just like P&L, not the full underlying.Anatoly (21:22):Okay. So you can actually settle in any collateral. You could have an option on SOL, but settle in wrapped ETH or whatever?Tommy (21:29):Well this one, it's actually going to be... well, it's going to settle in the currency that it's trading. So BTC, it's going to have this siloed market and account that holds all the BTC and manages the entire portfolio, margining for someone's BTC options. And so it has it's own realm of just, this is the BTC world. And everything settles in BTC, everything's traded in BTC and premiums are even in BTC, but then it just uses the USD index price to actually settle up on the strike. And then SOL would have its own world, with its own portfolio margins system. So they're not cross margined between all those at the moment.Anatoly (22:10):Got it. Is cross margining something you guys are also thinking about?Tommy (22:15):Yeah. It's one of those things where we want to just crank this out and ship fast, because it's improved from the existing architecture, for when it comes to a trading perspective. And then we'll discuss a more improved cross margining system.Anatoly (22:27):Do you think that there's a gap still in this idea that I think, what's popular on DeFi Ethereum is liquidity mining, and I just want to put my tokens and get yield? And is there a gap between that and options trading and central limit order books?Taylor (22:46):I think there's a knowledge gap. The closer you are to dealing with the primitives, the more knowledge you need to have, the more hands on you have to be in managing your positions and whatnot. So I think that reduces the addressable market or the end users that are willing to participate. And so that's why you have people building programs and tooling on up to manage the position, so it can be more passive. Because I think that's one of the biggest things that drove a ton of people to DeFi, is the passive yield, all the token incentive programs and whatnot. So I do think that there's a bit of a gap, but it's slowly being closed. And the more passive it can be, the more non crypto people or even crypto native people, but the less financially sophisticated you could say will come in and utilize DeFi.Anatoly (23:39):So you guys imagine that... or there's probably somebody already building this, where I have my token, I'm an LP, which is under the actual thing behind that position is a covered call or some other fancy strategy, iron condors or whatever, right?Tommy (23:58):Yeah. So there's a couple teams from the hackathon building that right now, actually.Anatoly (24:03):That's awesome.Tommy (24:04):That's what I'm really excited about. Because that's what we've seen is, there's decent order flow, I haven't looked at the volumes because we're just very focused on product. We know what the low hanging fruit is, so we're not focusing on the vanity metrics at the moment and not really talking about the TVL and whatnot. But it'll just increase order flow because these people can just get passive yield from covered call products, or they can hedge certain positions just by depositing tokens. And it's all going to be managing these underlying options and straddles and things like that.Anatoly (24:38):How long does it take to go from, let's say I wanted to build an iron condor or something that as a strategy, can I do that? Do you guys have examples already, reference implementations for things like that?Tommy (24:53):Are you talking as a protocol or as just a user, using the... like a client?Anatoly (24:58):As a, here's my DAP, I'll take tokens from LPs and then automatically generate the position on PsyOptions.Tommy (25:07):The hard part actually isn't to the generating the initial positions, the hard part is handling how they want to roll, if you're trying to do it over time, where they just can keep that open. So the generating the positions is super easy, placing the orders. We have examples, CPI examples in the repository for minting options, exercising, placing an order, opening a Serums open orders account, all that kind of stuff. Just been cranking out examples as people ask for them. And then, it's onto those teams to handle that really tough part of, how should we roll? There's certain concerns in there for manipulation. There's certain concerns for front running, there's certain concerns for eating through the order book and having to build your own TWAP into it and stuff like that, so.Anatoly (25:59):Yeah. Man, you guys are taking on some really tough challenges, that's cool. This is something that I wanted to get good at, trading. Trading options and deep learning into these things, but I got it to work.Taylor (26:15):Yeah. It's a full time job. That's why we try to focus on the primitive and lower layers and try to get that right. So then other teams can focus, if they're much more financially savvy or have of better trading backgrounds, can handle that. It's a full-time job to be a trader, to come up with those models, to build those positions and roll them, it takes a long time. And you constantly have to be updating them too.Anatoly (26:44):How long did you guys trade options before?Taylor (26:47):Not much. We're just retail traders. I interned at an investment bank once a while back, but to the extent of my full-time finance career, that was about it. And then we would trade options here and there, but nothing serious. And then, when we wanted to automate that option trading strategy, that would've been probably the first automated system we would've built. I don't think we built an automated option trading strategy before that.Tommy (27:15):Yeah. I would say we relate best with the retail, speculative, YOLO option users, rather than very sophisticated options traders. But it's been nice building this and winning that hackathon and getting some attention, because then those people show up. And we have some really smart TradFi people who have been around crypto, some really smart TradFi people who have never been around crypto, contributing to the thought leadership of where we should go, what's needed to get to certain structured products and things like that. And that's been super helpful because we've been early in Solana and have the engineering capabilities and knowledge to work with them of a translating their vision into a Solana architecture. And so we've just been helping as many teams as possible that have that background and can bring that knowledge. And then, that's why we're just like, "Look, we'll help you as much as we can because you're going to help us answer some of these questions that we don't know." So it's been good to fill out the team and the surrounding circles with that.Anatoly (28:23):Do you think that DeFi is something that... I always think of it as growing faster than TradFi versus replacing it. Do you think these products are good enough to compete with traditional finance, or are we just going to see more stuff being built on open finance because it's easier? I don't have to go talk to a CME to launch an option for my in-game bullets for my shooter game or something like that.Tommy (28:52):I think it will be just the fact that it's open and anyone can do it. Looking at the architecture here and designing an ideal architecture for the most capital efficiency system, it's just not really... You could do it in CeFi so much easier than you can do it in DeFi. I don't even know if it's truly possible. We're still just on the back burner trying to figure out how you could portfolio margin everything. I think a lot of teams that we've talked to are all thinking about that in the back burners. It's like, how do we margin against everything? So I think it's definitely moving faster. I think they will rival CeFi, a lot of these products, but I think they're still going to be both working hand-in-hand.Taylor (29:42):Yeah. I think both have their ups and downs. The speed that DeFi innovates because of the open source nature and things can be represented and it's all digitally native, it just makes the pace of innovation faster, also makes what you can build much faster. Like CeFi you're beholden to, not that you're not beholden to regulation in DeFi, but CeFi there's a lot more red tape. You got to jump through hoops in order to be able to launch a market or... You can't just launch your own equities exchange, it's takes tons of money and resources and whatnot. So it stifles innovation in that respect. So I think even if DeFi can't become as capital efficient as CeFi, you're still going to have more innovative products, more flexibility in what you can do with your assets, that at the end of the day, you might not need that capital efficient, high, super fast, low latency systems to do what you want to do with your assets. So I think there's a place for both. And I think DeFi is just going to continue to innovate and outpace growth in terms of TradFi.Anatoly (31:00):Well, our goal is to get that latency to be as low as physics allow, and then we're competitive.Tommy (31:10):That's why we're here.Taylor (31:10):Let's do it, man.Anatoly (31:11):Won't rest until we're building neutrino emitter detector. I just think with gaming especially, the first massive multiplayer games instantly within six months had a market for the digital items there. As soon as you get something like Star Atlas or equivalent, like World of Warcraft that's decentralized with all these assets on chain, I think the idea of options as a service, people are just going to, "Well, I got whatever... I got more gold that people want to use because this game is hot right now." People are going to definitely spin up those markets, it's just going to happen.Tommy (31:48):100%. We've been talking about game... we're gamers ourselves, and I haven't played a game since I really dove into Solana development 11, 12 months ago. But I'm hoping to get back to it once Star Atlas and Aurory and all those other... Kaiju cards, everyone starts actually launching the game play, I'll jump back to gaming. But we've been thinking about it a lot and what could be done with this American primitive, and that got us into talking to other teams and other games, just to see what's out there. And then I actually got connected with Metaplex and built out a contract that they just announced that's focused on gaming. And it all stemmed from trying to think about, these games, everyone's so early and not really thinking about how these game assets are going to plug and play into DeFi protocols and things like that. And there's still just so much work and research that needs to be done, and some infrastructure needs to be built for it all to work perfectly together.Taylor (32:42):Yeah. I think the interoperability for gaming is still... there's still going to be some rough edges there, because it's harder to build standards across games. But I think you'll have a few games come out and maybe they'll have transferability between games and whatnot, but it's going to take some time and some trial and error before we get to this on chain metaverse where you can transfer assets between different game worlds and whatnot. But I do think that is going to be one of the ultimate killer applications on blockchain.Anatoly (33:19):What are you guys excited about out of this hackathon?Tommy (33:22):Oh, for me, it's really just the stuff we've mentioned with the structured products, passive yield products, all that kind of stuff, being built on top of PysOptions. I'm very heads down on product and everything at the moment. So aside from the people that are ping me, asking me for help, I don't really know what else is being built.Anatoly (33:42):Yeah, likewise. I see NFTs being launched and then I'm deep in the trenches and optimizations. I guess that's good. It means that there's more stuff to do than you have time, so you started actually going heads down and working.Tommy (34:00):But there's a lot. The roadmap with just these teams alone, is ridiculous. We have so many products that we want to whip out on top, and hoping to launch the first few in the next week or two. And then the framework's there, it'll be a little bit easier.Taylor (34:14):Well, it's just fun to see people building on software that you've built. I'm sure you and the rest of the Solana team get excited as new projects come out and new people innovate. And I think that's one of the more fun things to do, is just sit and watch what people come up with because you can't come up with every idea yourself, so might as well open source stuff and have community run with it.Anatoly (34:33):For sure. What should we be looking out for? Do you guys have any announcements you want to leak?Tommy (34:40):Oh man. SOL options coming soon. Passive yield products that will make it extremely easy for people to get volatility exposure or generate yield. And this is yield that's not going to go away. A lot of these pools are based on rewards, and API is based on rewards and things that will dry up and aren't sustainable. But the volatility is a little bit more sustainable in a sense. Sure volatility will decrease over time, but.Anatoly (35:09):So these are like covered call strategies, basically?Tommy (35:12):The first few are the most simple covered call and secured put strategies. But then there's going to be a few other vaults coming out once these are launched, then it'll be focus on a few other vaults that have different strategies. Eventually, we started talking to some other teams like Symmetry, because we want to get a good crypto index, because then if we get liquid index options, we can create a nice volatility index for certain baskets. So that's all on the horizon. And so, you need that rolling and rebalancing and infrastructure, and that's what we've been working on the past few weeks, or other teams have been working on. And then it's formulas for just managing array of positions.Anatoly (35:57):What is your development process like? How do you guys go to build test and ship?Taylor (36:03):In terms of roadmap and how we determine what to work on, it's pretty ad hoc, things change up weekly, biweekly. But we try to run in two week sprints, at least just pick like, "Okay, what... base on user feedback, check GitHub for issues." Obviously anything that's blocking usage is number one priority. And then it's, "All right. What do we want to see built? What do our partner teams need, and how can we get them going?" I don't know Tommy, you have anything to add to that?Tommy (36:35):Yeah. Protocol development too. I'd sit and focus and start drafting up a full architecture doc with the instruction sets and potential functions that are needed, black box some stuff, just to make it a little bit easier and then put a to-do to dive in later. And then you have this whole instruction set and a general outline and framework, and you know it fits into the Solana runtime because you've made sure that the constraints are handled. And then I'll dive into running a test driven development process with Anchor, just doing full integration test. You end up writing a lot more test code, but I just find that the confidence level is so much higher. You can refactor and upgrade versions and you're just so of confident in your code when you have all those tests, so. And then, it cuts down the time from DevNet testing, where everyone just puts up a contract and then just relies on interacting it to test it. Especially when you're building a primitive, you want to have all those cases handled.Anatoly (37:36):In your use case specifically with options, what bug are the most worrisome? Is it overflow or actual logic and economic?Tommy (37:45):Probably logic and economics. The American protocol, overflow is not an issue, not really. We do all the check map of course, but it's not an issue. Maybe if we get some weird [Altcoins 00:37:58] eventually trading, then we'll have some weird issues. But I'd really just say logic, economic attacks, things like that, when we get into the capital efficient Europeans that has the margining system built into the base layer, and liquidation built in the base layer. And just always thinking about account management. You have that limitation of number of accounts you can pass in, and how to architect around that.Anatoly (38:19):So if Solana could change one thing, what would it be? Or anything, and things-Taylor (38:24):Two things.Anatoly (38:29):... two things. Finite numberTaylor (38:29):Fixed account length. If we could make it-Tommy (38:32):Oh, sure yeah.Taylor (38:33):... dynamic sized, I think that would be great.Anatoly (38:36):The length of the data.Taylor (38:37):Yeah.Anatoly (38:37):Okay.Taylor (38:38):The account data.Anatoly (38:39):That's actually... I don't know if you guys saw, but believe-re growing reallocation from the program itself or the account that it owns, I think it might be live already in 1.8.Tommy (38:49):Yeah. I saw ...Taylor (38:51):I think I saw the PR for that.Anatoly (38:52):Okay.Taylor (38:53):But that's one thing that... Sorry, but when people jump over from ETH to Solana, that's probably the biggest gotcha, that we're like, "Oh crap. I can't readjust or create a larger array, more mapping data, whatever." So that's one thing. And then also the number of accounts you can pass to an instruction [crosstalk 00:39:14].Anatoly (39:13):In a transaction. Yeah.Taylor (39:15):... open up more. Yeah.Tommy (39:17):And I think 1.8 handles a lot of these headaches, but you still, when you're trying to think, for the long term, just the limitations in general. I'm assuming they're always going to be there, the number of accounts you can pass in, can't be-Anatoly (39:32):109, the goal is to double the transaction size basically. So the number of bytes that a transaction can maximum size. That means you can double the user data or encode more, put more accounts in there. So there's always a limit because of the real time nature of the system. You're not submitting an arbitrary large transaction that then the block producer decides, "Okay, I'm going to pick this one." You're really like, "How do I write to the block right now?" And making sure that doesn't slow everything down, is a challenge. But really cool, man, you guys are shipping like crazy. It's awesome. It blows my mind that you guys were hackathon team that is now... there's teams in the hackathon building on top of PsyOptions.Tommy (40:23):I love it.Anatoly (40:24):Yeah.Tommy (40:24):I've been doing office hours, every Tuesday and Thursday, just letting people come in and ask questions because it's just nice to see people building on top. And we're going to do whatever we can to help them out and keep them there.Anatoly (40:36):That's super cool. Man, really good to catch up with you. Thank you for coming on the podcast. Is there anything you want to add for the listeners in the final bit?Tommy (40:46):Yeah. I would say, check out PsyOptions to trade your BTC and ETH right now, SOL coming soon. And then we'll be announcing an under collateralized European protocol pretty shortly, going to try and crank that out as quickly as possible.Taylor (41:00):Yeah. And get in touch. There's no shortage of projects that we can dream of and I'm sure others are too, but happy to help any team out that we can.Tommy (41:08):Yeah. And if you're a protocol too, looking to do option liquidity mining with American PsyOptions, reward contributors with options, or use the PsyOptions vesting contract, we're trying to get that. The vesting contract's a unique one, where you can delay your vest. The recipient has the option to delay their vest if the issuer grants it. So that way they can keep pumping the vesting and the potential taxable event. Not an accountant, so don't take that tax advice. Not financial advice.Anatoly (41:39):Not accounting advice, not financial advice. That's awesome.Tommy (41:42):Yeah.Taylor (41:42):No advice.Anatoly (41:44):That's super cool. Well, thank you guys.Tommy (41:46):Thank you.Taylor (41:47):Thanks for having us

Me and My Dad Watch Anime
46: Call Me Tonight

Me and My Dad Watch Anime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 122:24


Attention all goblins and ghouls: Daddy's bringing out the big candy bars this week. For our special Halloween episode we watched Tatsuya Okamoto's “Call Me Tonight” and discussed phone sex hotlines, PDA, #NoFap, karaoke corner, Scream Queens, “My Octopus Teacher”, the Halloween Candy Rushmore, and so much more! Leave a 5 star rating and a review/movie suggestion on iTunes and we'll shout you out on the show and “review” your movie of choice! Cover art by Sixofspades1 on Twitch Follow us on Twitter: @meandmydadwatch

Neurodivergent Narratives Podcast
On Language, Accents & Diagnosis

Neurodivergent Narratives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 24:48


This episode talks a little about the story of someone I work with and from an intersectional lens (being an immigrant to a "western country", second language speaker and a person of colour). The problems that he was going through in order to get a proper diagnosis and thoughts on three things have made it difficult for him to get the proper diagnosis and support that he needed. These are merely some initial thoughts as I go deeper into this in upcoming episodes specifically when looking at immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers and neurodivergence...CORRECTION: I mention PDA profile autistics and making eye contact with ease, but actually want to clarify that it LOOKS as if it's easy and natural, but it's not always the case! It can be extremely spoon-draining to mask in ways where you're forcing yourself to make eye contact as a  PDA autistic too!Three thoughts on: 1. Lack of cultural competency2. Language barriers3. Clinician bias of languageConnect with me:IG: @nd.narrativesTwitter: @ndnarrativesSite: Neurodivergent NarrativesClick for my free EBOOK on self-compassion: They Were Wrong About You!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/neurodivergentnarratives)

Rich and Daily
Kourtney and Travis are FOREVER?

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 12:05


It's wedding bells for Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker! The hot-and-heavy couple have packed on the PDA all year -- and now they're taking their love to the altar. Travis popped the question just last night in an intimate setting with family and... reality show cameras! So, are you ready for a Reality TV Royal Wedding?!Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. Support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Good Times with Mo: The Podcast Year 10
GTWM Year 10 E145 (#1397) w/ BSE's Sam Oh and Ramon Bautista

Good Times with Mo: The Podcast Year 10

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 118:08


It's BSE baby! If you like talk, just high quality conversation, this is a great episode for you! The Dragon Ramon Bautista is back with Sam and Mo to take calls about life, love, and more life. It's hard to find a better place to be on this Saturday night than with GTWM. Lets see the calls: Caller #1 is Audrey who is 30yrs old from Manila. Audrey's parents are against the PDA she displays with her boyfriend. She wants to know how she can convince mommy that shes a big girl now and should be allowed to have some private intimate time with her BF. Caller #2 is Ella who is 31yrs old from Manila. Ella has been traumatized multiple times by her cheating BF. Now that he is trying to win her back again, she feels guilty that she isnt as forgiving. Caller #3 is Miguel who is 29yrs old from Singapore. Miguel's wife is having such bad anxiety over their visa paperwork that her health is starting to breakdown. How much failure in life "acceptable" before you allow yourself to lose yourself a bit? Powered by Anchor.fm , we will see you on another episode of GTWM tomorrow. Thanks for the download and please support the podcast by donating as little as $0.99 cents via Anchor at: anchor.fm/djmotwister --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/djmotwister/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/djmotwister/support

Hack
The Shakeup: Glasgow, the future of uni's and PDA

Hack

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 30:00


It's the Shake Up and we're talking… PM Scott Morrison finally committing to attend the Glasgow climate conference, what going to uni will look like post-pandemic, and celebrities laying on the PDA. Join Hack's Avani Dias with footballer Akec Makur Chuot, and actor Remy Hii.

Heartland Radio 2.0
182 - Bezos' Robot Hype Man

Heartland Radio 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 86:05


Today's episode kicks off by none other than host Nick Maraldo who kicks this episode off discussing the current neighborhood Halloween is with Zito, as they battle it AHT to see who can have the spookiest HAUSE. The boys then jump right into the Pod FOD which is a folder compiled from all things around the internet. Today's FOD includes Amazon's latest “do it all” robot that will later end society, Eminem's new “Mom's Spaghetti” restaurant, Ben and J-Lo are back to their usual PDA antics, and much much more. Make sure to subscribe to youtube.com/thepodpmi to watch full episodes and don't forget to send your submissions for the Pod FOD to @ThePodPMI on Twitter and Instagram. We appreciate you rocking with us and we'll see you Wednesday, Cheers.

The Perez Hilton Podcast with Chris Booker

Meghan Markle just can't stop offending people. The exploitation of Britney continues. Scott Disick is looking for some attention. There is one celebrity couple that needs to reel in their PDA. More love for Schitt's Creek. Joe Exotic is back. Thanks to our sponsors: Geico= Whether you rent or own, GEICO makes it EASY to bundle home and car insurance. Go to GEICO.com today.

Jacobin Radio
Jacobin Radio w/ Suzi Weissman: The Legacy of Occupy Wall Street

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 56:11


Alan Minsky discusses the Biden infrastructure plan, one that he calls an historic bill for an historic moment. As Director of PDA, Alan is involved in the politicking to get this bill passed and we get his take on the stakes involved, who of the Democrats could scuttle it and why. Though we have had the COVID relief or CARES Act passed, Biden's infrastructure bill is different because it creates permanent and progressive public policy. COVID gives Congress the opportunity, for the first time since the 1960s-1970s, to reclaim its power to address the social ills of the US through classical social-democratic policy. That is what makes the fight so momentous and consequential, and we get the story. Arun Gupta traveled the country visiting and writing about the many Occupy sites, chronicling the emerging politics that brought the issues of inequality, wealth redistribution, and even democratic socialism to the forefront of political attention. Arun's In These Times article for Occupy's tenth anniversary looks at how Occupy shaped a decade of dramatic protests. It's title: “Occupy Wall Street Trained a Generation in Class War.” We get Arun's take on the politics that emerged in Occupy, and discuss its legacy, significance and relevance today.

The JTrain Podcast
Bad Workplace Hookups & Intense PDA (@findingnimesh)

The JTrain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 67:03


Comic Nimesh Patel joins Jared on this week's Monday episode of The JTrain Podcast, to read your emails and answer questions about having a fling go bad with a higher up at work, having a close friend be uncomfortable with a hookup you had, how tp ask someone to tone down the PDA and an all new deal reveal. Check it out and Enjoy!Stream Jared's new album 'Always A Momma Bear' here: https://orcd.co/vcn-jaredfreid-mommabearSponsored by: Headspace (headspace.com/jtrain) & Tushy (hellotushy.com/jtrain)Subscribe to the JTrain Patreon now at www.patreon.com/jaredfreidinstagram.com/jaredfreid // instagram.com/findingnimesh // instagram.com/classicshelbSubscribe to The JTrain Podcast on Apple Podcasts: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/By: Jared Freid

The Morning Toast
150: The Alti-toots: Tuesday, August 31, 2021

The Morning Toast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 66:46


Donda Recap Kourtney and Travis Pack on the PDA in Venice (PEOPLE), Younes Bendjima shares alleged DMs from Scott Disick about Kourtney's PDA (Page Six) Mila Kunis is beautiful in a baby blue dress as she shoots a scene for mystery film Luckiest Girl Alive in NYC (Daily Mail) 'The View' to have conservative guest hosts after Meghan McCain's exit (NY Post) Kristin Cavallari Is Dating Singer Chase Rice: Inside Their "New" Romance (E! News) Dear Toasters Advice Segment The Morning Toast with Claudia (@girlwithnojob) and Jackie Oshry (@jackieoshry) Merch: https://shopmorningtoast.com/ The Morning Toast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themorningtoast Girl With No Job by Claudia Oshry: https://www.girlwithnojob.com/book