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Comic strip by Charles M. Schulz

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Crimson Cowl Comic Club
Episode 247: The Peanuts Gallery Club!

Crimson Cowl Comic Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 84:53


All issues being reviewed on our podcast may contain spoilers without extra warning. We don't record in person so some audio delays may occur.  Weekly Reviews: The Addams Family: An Evilution, Junkyard Joe #1 & #2, Lady Mechanika Vol. 7- The Monster of the Ministry of Hell, Hot Stuff The Little Devil #167, Punisher War Journal- Brother, Scooby-Doo #116 & #117, Eagle All-Star: Torch of Liberty, Vanish #1-3, Love Everlasting #1, A Jimmy Dydo Adventure E-mail us at crimsoncowlcomicclub AT yahoo DOT com to submit future Letters Page questions or general comments and concerns! Follow thecrimsoncowl on Instagram! Check out Crimson Cowl Media at our website: crimsoncowl DOT com! Includes original webcomics!  ------------------------------  Theme music by: BVSMV bvsmv DOT bandcamp DOT com

The Travel Agents
America's Roller Coast, Why You Need To Go To Cedar Point

The Travel Agents

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 48:40


Founded in the 1870s, Cedar Point has long been a staple of Sandusky, Ohio. But is it worth visiting?A detour to Cedar Point is a must for those traveling to Detroit or Cleveland. Famous due to its record breaking roller coasters, Cedar Point attracts visitors from all over the world.Check out Millenium Force, one of the tallest coasters in the world. Going with family? Cedar Point has a designated area just for kids, complete with surprises from the characters of Peanuts. With nearly 2 dozen roller coasters, Cedar Point is a staple for all Ohioans and you should check it out too. Check out the website here.Follow us on InstagramContact us at thetravelagentsakron@gmail.comorVia our websiteFollow the show and never miss an episode on:Apple - Spotify - Google - AmazonLike the show and want to support us? You can book a trip with us here at Chima TravelSupport the show

Keep It To Yourself Podcast
#KITYPod Classics – KITY 62: “It's the Big Lebowski, Charlie Brown”

Keep It To Yourself Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 30:16


To celebrate the centennial of Peanuts creator Charles Schulz, your humble host goes into the archives to discuss his appreciation of the comic strip. This podcast originally dropped November 6, 2018.

Morning Reel
54 - "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving"

Morning Reel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 6:41


This Peanuts classic shows us kids and adults what Thanksgiving is about in a cute, comedic and wholesome way. A simple plot didn't go a long way but I enjoyed Snoopy making food for his friends and all comes from the bottom of his heart. A film to enjoy and possibly re-create, you'll get hooked and make you want to take on the world.#morningreel #acharliebrownthanksgiving

Permanent Record Podcast
A-ha - Scoundrel Days (1986) Part 4

Permanent Record Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 105:34


Episode 149 : A-ha - Scoundrel Days (1986) Part 4 Can it be? Is it finally here? Yes, it is! This is the long-awaited conclusion to Brian and Sarah's discussion of a-ha's 1986 album, Scoundrel Days. Track by Track, Continued After two episodes in which they only discussed one track off the album, Brian and Sarah return to a more traditional format in this installment and cover the final three songs. One of the songs, "Maybe, Maybe," has an interesting history as both a b-side and as a single, but in an extremely limited release. And that's not the strangest bit of information shared in this episode. One item Sarah shares about "Maybe, Maybe" finds Brian notably stunned-- and not for the only time in this episode. Later on, a lyrics discussion leads, strangely, to a mention of the Peanuts comic strip, which even more strangely, leads to a mention of record producer Mark Saunders. The Weight of the Wind Maybe, Maybe The Soft Rains of April Extra Credit For extra credit, Sarah and Brian talk about a book by Norwegian author Pål H. Christiansen which has ties to a-ha and this album in particular. The English translation of the title is The Scoundrel Days of Hobo Highbrow. Final Review and Rating Then it comes time for Brian and Sarah to give a final review of Scoundrel Days and assign a record adapter rating. Sarah goes first, and she gives the disclaimer up front that she's very out of practice with doing final reviews and ratings. She then proceeds to render Brian virtually speechless! However, he manages to compose himself and provides a very thoughtful and articulate review and final rating. But after this, will Brian and Sarah ever record together again? Read more at http://www.permanentrecordpodcast.com/ Visit us at https://www.facebook.com/permrecordpodcast Follow us at https://twitter.com/permrecordpod Check out some pictures at https://www.instagram.com/permanentrecordpodcast/ Leave a voicemail for Brian & Sarah at (724) 490-8324 or https://www.speakpipe.com/PermRecordPod - we're ready to believe you! Cool Stuff Alert: Visit our PRP Shop at https://www.redbubble.com/people/bluezonenetwork/

Fresh Air
'Peanuts' Cartoonist Charles Schulz

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 46:13


This week marks the centennial of the birth of Charles Schulz, the creator of Charlie Brown and the beloved Peanuts comic strip. We'll listen back to our 1990 interview with him. Plus, jazz critic Kevin Whitehead talks about pianist Vince Guaraldi, who created the music for A Charlie Brown Christmas.Also, Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck have recently been revived in the podcast, "Bugs and Daffy's Thanksgiving Adventure." We mark the occasion by listening to our 1989 interview with Jones, who died this year.

Apologies Accepted
*Encore* Charlie Brown: Guess Who's Coming to Thanksgiving Dinner!

Apologies Accepted

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 73:30


Snoopy is cooking Thanksgiving dinner and everyone is invited!  Jellybeans and toast for all - including Franklin, the only black kid in the world of Charlie Brown and Peanuts!  Franklin gets a seat at the table all by himself as the other kids crowd around the opposite side of the table.  Some people see this moment in the show as emblematic of the black experience in America: included but excluded at the same time.  Other people see this as Franklin getting a place of honor: by sitting alone he stands out amidst all the chaos of a dog and bird cooking and serving everyone dinner.  Some people see racism, some see cartoon fun, but everyone can agree that a dog and a bird shouldn't have to do all the work while a bunch of kids sit around and complain about the food.   What is Thanksgiving, where does it come from, what's the fact vs. fiction in the history of Thanksgiving?  And what about Snoopy – is there racism going on and is there an actual apology being made by anyone for Franklin sitting all alone at a table crowded with white friends?   Get ready to dish (sorry) about the tasteful (sorry) history of Franklin, his first appearance, his meaning and importance in the world of Peanuts (sorry and yes, we're using it as a food pun), and the sweet (sorry) teacher from Los Angeles who helped flavor (sorry) his creation.

The Infinite Inning
Infinite Inning 244: It Won't Be The Turkey Who Gets You

The Infinite Inning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 103:45


Cliff Corcoran returns to discuss the new Hall of Fame ballot, negative associations with certain players and even uniforms, the disparate interpretations possible when reading a key “Peanuts” strip, and more. Plus tales: A pitcher with a problem pitches a no-hitter and then things get weird—and potentially fatal.TABLE OF CONTENTSA Spirited Thanksgiving*Intergalactic Union Day*It Wasn't the Alcohol that Killed Him*Cliff Corcoran*Hollywood Stars Hats and the Holocaust*Here's the World War I Flying Ace*Escapism of Different Kinds*The Gertrude Question Two Ways*The New Hall of Fame Ballot*Carlos Beltran*The Triumph of WAR*The Bernie Williams Discontents*The Carole King Digression*Brian Cashman and Jacoby Ellsbury*Nick Senzel Was Not One of Them*Skipped “The Sound of Music”*“Gone with the Wind”/“The Best Years of Our Lives”*Goodbyes.The Infinite Inning is not only about baseball but a state of mind. Steven Goldman, rotating cohosts Jesse Spector, Cliff Corcoran, and David Roth, and occasional guests discuss the game's present, past, and future with forays outside the foul lines to the culture at large. Expect stats, anecdotes, digressions, explorations of writing and fandom, and more Casey Stengel quotations than you thought possible. Along the way, they'll try to solve the

Tis the Podcast
Turkeyologists All Over The World Know It As... Thankskilling! (Thankskilling)

Tis the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 43:22


Happy Thanksgiving, Christmas Fanatics! Can you believe it's Turkey day already? We certainly can't! This year is flying by! But, we didn't want to let this oft-overlooked holiday pass without expressing our gratitude to each and every one of you for all of the love and support you show our little show all year 'round! As such, we present to you this special bonus episode in which Julia, Thom, and Anthony discuss the cult-classic, "Thankskilling"! Listen as the elves break down one of the worst, the cheapest, and most baffling movies they've covered since "Tis the Podcast" began! Is this a case of a film being "so bad it's good"? Or is there nothing redeemable about this story of teenage stereotypes being hunted down by a bad muppet of a Turkey named Turkie? You'll just have to tune in to find out! Because despite the subject matter, this is one hysterical episode you want to make sure not to miss! So, tonight, after you've eaten more than your fair share of Thanksgiving dinner, put your feet up, unbutton those trousers, and enjoy this fun episode! And, once again, Happy Thanksgiving, everybody! We hope your holiday was filled with love, happiness, gratitude, family, friends, food, drinks, parades, football, "Friends" episodes, and "Peanuts" holiday specials!

Bro Force Squad
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (1973) Movie Commentary

Bro Force Squad

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 28:48


Grab your wine and candy corn because Snoopy has prepared a Thanksgiving feast, and the Bros are here to watch the festivities with you as they revisit the Peanuts classic. Where to watch the movie: https://www.justwatch.com/us/movie/a-charlie-brown-thanksgiving Keep up with the Bros at: https://broforcesquad.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCJML5XTKJl2OzGW5HWrJhw https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/bro-force-squad/id1158546516?mt=2 https://twitter.com/BroForceSquad

Field Rows
Shelling Peanuts with LMC Manufacturing

Field Rows

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 53:41


Matthew and Manning of LMC Manufacturing talk all about shelling,blanching and finding handguns in peanuts.⬇️New Let's Get Nuts Album by Randy The Farmerwww.fieldrows.com/shop⬇️ Click the link to save on an awesome Yankum rope!Promo code - fieldrowshttps://yankum.com/?afmc=fieldrows⬇️ Click the link to save on an great pair of Rock Rooster bootsPromo code - fieldrowshttps://rockroosterfootwear.com/?ref=0NvUxPwkYTRFSW

The CMO Podcast
Melissa Menta (Peanuts Worldwide) | Stay True to the Brand

The CMO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 41:06


Melissa Menta has been the SVP Marketing & Communications for Peanuts Worldwide for over 20 years. "Peanuts" – AKA Charlie Brown, Lucy, Snoopy, PigPen, Linus, and the whole gang. Peanuts Worldwide accumulates more than $2 billion in retail sales, with partnerships running from Apple TV to NASA to The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Melissa began her career working in marketing and PR at the Olney Theater in Washington, D.C., before moving on to work with The Muppets at The Jim Henson Company. She has also worked at the cosmetics company Shiseido, at Pets.com, and United Media – working with Charles Schulz and other character properties, like Dilbert and Raggedy Ann & Andy. In this episode, Melissa reflects on a 20-year career at Peanuts Worldwide and the importance of staying true to the brand. Plus, she gives us a preview of Snoopy's appearance at this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.Check out the first edition of The CMO Podcast Magazine. In it, host Jim Stengel talks to marketers and executives about how to become an inclusive leader and the ways they're promoting DE&I (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion).This includes discussions about initiatives they're implementing in their company, how they're succeeding, and why DE&I is vital to their bottom line. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Medium Popcorn
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

Medium Popcorn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 45:12


Be sure to sign up for our Patreon page to get 100+ hours of bonus content at www.patreon.com/mediumpopcorn on this week's episode, brandon and justin take a break from "denzel month" to share this previously patreon-only Peanuts holiday special! they discuss snoopy being a slave, peppermint patty being the most ungrateful cartoon character ever and franklin not getting a seat at the table!   Hosts: Brandon Collins Justin Brown Medium Popcorn Podcast

Now We Know
121. A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

Now We Know

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 55:08


Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Kevin and Chris are back in the seasonal spirit with A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, the third Peanuts holiday special, released in 1973. Is it yet another stone cold classic like A Charlie Brown Christmas, or It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown? Not exactly, but it still boasts that Vince Guaraldi magic, and would bring home Emmy gold the following year. So, join us this Thanksgiving, as we join Charlie Brown, Linus, Peppermint Patty, Marcie, Franklin, Snoopy, and Woodstock for some heaping helpings of buttered toast, popcorn... pretzel sticks... and jelly beans. (Also features Lucy in a particular cruel football-themed cold open, although she apparently had better things to do than spend Thanksgiving proper with the gang.)

It's a Podcast, Charlie Brown
81: CHARLES SCHULZ'S BIRTHDAY JUBILEE!

It's a Podcast, Charlie Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 83:20


In episode 81, our celebration of Charles Schulz's 100th birthday continues. This time, we're walking through the strip's 25th anniverary book PEANUTS JUBILEE. What was Schulz in his 50s thinking about as compared to Schulz in his 60s last month? I have thoughts.  Friend and Peanuts historian Nat Gertler also drops by with a "Random Strip of the Month".  We've got a surprise birthday message for Schulz. (You'll have to listen to find out.) And much more! Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative comomons use of his songs "Mining by Moonlight" and "Bass Walker".  Thanks to Sean Courtney for the "This Month in Peanuts History" theme. Thanks to Nick Jones for the use of his song "25% Off". Support the show on patreon here.  www.carnivalofgleecreations.com has all your needs for this show, as well as my other show ATARI BYTES, which features an original short story by me every episode. You can also get info about books by me, which can be owned by you!

MJ Morning Show on Q105
MJ Morning Show: November 18, 2022

MJ Morning Show on Q105

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 174:59


On today's MJ Morning Show: More about the Taylor Swift ticket debacle Who tries to steal a car with this problem? Jumper cable assistance gone bad Morons in the news Back to Swift... we took calls Gisele and Tom's charity Puppy stolen in Lakeland Nutty Airplane stories Vice Mayor of Dunedin wears distinctive neckwear. We spoke to her husband. Zoom call... be careful when cameras are on Girlfriend got an infection from a scratchy beard? Peanuts won't be on network TV? Airpods... tracking a date? MJ and Michelle are getting an AirBnB What show surprised MJ when he learned it was still on TV? CNN not allowing hosts to get drunk on NYE

New Books Network
Victoria Grady and Patrick McCreesh, "Stuck: How to WIN at Work by Understanding LOSS" (Productivity Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 29:53


Today I talked to Victoria Grady about her book (co-authored with Patrick McCreesh) Stuck: How to WIN at Work by Understanding LOSS (Productivity Press, 2022) The attachment styles we form by eight months of age can endure our entire lives, with an appreciable impact on how we relate to both our boss and the physical environment at work. A case in point is the famous Peanuts character Linus Van Pelt, as he lugs around his “security blanket.” Grady has made the importance of connection her mission, whether it be leaders responsible for cultivating a healthy company culture or managers trying to engage and motivate their staffs. Victoria Grady is the academic director of the MSM Graduate Program and associate professor of Management/Organizational Behavior in the School of Business at George Mason University. She's also a professor in residence for Forvis. Besides other previous books, Grady has written articles for publications like the Harvard Business Review and the Journal of Change Management. Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of ten books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. (https://www.sensorylogic.com). His newest book is Emotionomics 2.0: The Emotional Dynamics Underlying Key Business Goals. To check out his related “Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight” blog, visit https://emotionswizard.com. 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

Spectator Radio
The Edition: the squeeze

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 39:36


This week: How long will the pain last? The Spectator's economics editor Kate Andrews asks this in her cover piece this week, reflecting on Rishi Sunak and Jeremy Hunt's autumn statement. She joins the podcast with Professor David Miles, economy expert at the Office for Budget Responsibility, to discuss the new age of austerity (00:58). Also on the podcast: After Donald Trump announced that he will be running for office in 2024, Freddy Gray writes in the magazine about the never ending Trump campaign. He speaks to Joe Walsh, 2020 Republican presidential candidate, about whether Trump could win the nomination (18:42). And finally: In the arts lead in The Spectator Mathew Lyons celebrates the bleak brilliance of the Peanuts comic strip. He is joined by Christian Adams, political cartoonist at the Evening Standard and long-time fan of the strip (29:02).  Hosted by William Moore.  Produced by Oscar Edmondson. 

Secrets of Movies and TV Shows
The Secrets of Peanuts TV Specials

Secrets of Movies and TV Shows

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 68:22


Charles Schulz's beloved Peanuts comic strip has also been a set of beloved holiday TV specials for many decades. Thomas Salerno, Shelly Kelly, and Mike Denz discuss why these are so beloved and the Gospel message that was often able to come through before a mass audience. The post The Secrets of Peanuts TV Specials appeared first on StarQuest Media.

WDR 5 Quarks - Wissenschaft und mehr
Rückkehr zum Mond - Phosphor - Nebel in San Francisco

WDR 5 Quarks - Wissenschaft und mehr

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 81:54


Wollen wir wirklich zurück? Wozu? ; Wie uns das Unterbewusstsein beeinflusst ; Peanuts für Klimaschäden - Wie ehrlich sind die angekündigten Ausgleichszahlungen? ; Digitale Medien - Wie gut sind sie für unsere Demokratie? ; Tempolimit - trotzdem zügig am Ziel? ; Phosphor - lebenswichtig und knapp ; Was das Herz trainiert: Sport oder auch Stress? ; Warum der Nebel in San Francisco so wichtig ist ; Permafrostböden -darum ist es schlimm, wenn sie schmelzen ; Moderation: Marlis Schaum. Von WDR 5.

Boundless Body Radio
More Plant Toxins with Oxalate Expert Monique Attinger! 370

Boundless Body Radio

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 67:50


Check out our new Patreon page! Get access to the Boundless Body Radio Premium Podcast, with a new episode added every other week! Other perks include early releases of our episodes, extended video content, and group and one on one coaching!Monique Attinger is a returning guest on our show! Be sure to check out her first appearances on our podcast on episode 318 and episode 351 of Boundless Body Radio!  Monique Attinger BA, MLIS, CHN is a certified holistic nutritionist who is world renowned expert on the plant compound called oxalate. On social media and on her website, she is known as the Low Ox Coach. She is your partner in reaching your health goals through a focus on reducing your oxalate intake, in combination with high density nutrition and targeted nutritional supplements. Sometimes, reducing oxalate alone is not enough; Monique's clientele includes many with complex dietary challenges, including the overlap of individual food sensitivities or allergies with other therapeutic diets, including low histamine and low salicylate approaches. Monique's coaching helps her clients who have been “eating extra healthy”, some who have spent decades following careful eating plans, yet also find that they were not feeling well. Many chronic diseases have an inflammatory component, and oxalate can be an unrecognized driver, severely affecting people without them knowing the cause.Find Monique at-https://lowoxcoach.com/TW-@LowOxCoach1FB- Monique Attinger - nutritionistIG- @lowoxcoachYT- Low Ox CoachYT- Wizards of Ox - Low Oxalate ExpertsDISCOUNT!! Holy Lama Spice Drops!! Use code MONIQUE10 to save 10% on your order!! Website- https://holylama.co.uk/Find Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here! Check out our new Patreon page!

The Experience Podcast
What It's Like To Write "Bizarro" Cartoons

The Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 44:19


Not many people's resumes include "pediatrician, medical philanthropy consultant, and cartoon writer"... but Dr. Cliff Harris clearly is a man of many talents.  In this episode, he shares how he got started in cartooning (including a very special childhood story involving "Peanuts" creator Charles M. Schulz); how he got connected with "Bizarro" creator Dan Piraro; and how his careers in medicine and philanthropy affected his writing.  We walk through specific cartoons and discuss how Cliff was inspired to write them (he even tests Elizabeth on a word puzzle!); links below.This is a story about much more than just cartooning.  Cliff takes us on a journey of discovery, self-awareness, and finding joy.Cliff's "Bizarro" cartoons mentioned in this episode:https://www.dropbox.com/s/7nsft0klehinzfj/Address.JPG?dl=0https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnbpuezlbdbta08/Grape%20Nuts.jpg?dl=0https://www.dropbox.com/s/bdgh1l612dd8of2/4%20to%20104.jpg?dl=0https://www.dropbox.com/s/xoabwpuolugkg4m/Air%20Guitar.JPG?dl=0https://www.dropbox.com/s/5h0smjn1ec8fuwu/Analogy.gif?dl=0https://www.dropbox.com/s/j1j7j43362525ub/Bizarro%2010-24-21%20WEB.jpg?dl=0Dan Piraro's graphic novel: https://peyotecowboy.net/ In this episode:Cliff's story of talking with Charles M. Schulz as a child (02:02)How he connected with Dan Piraro of "Bizarro" (06:51)Connection between hard times and good joke writing (10:38)A second link to Charles M. Schulz (13:35)Going through various cartoons and explaining them (20:20)Describing word puzzles (29:55)Leaving the practice of medicine (35:17)Want to know more about Cliff Harris?email him at: doctorcliffharris@yahoo.comWant to know more about the podcast What It's Like To... ?Sign up to be on our Insiders' List to receive our newsletters and insiders' information! Go to whatitsliketo.net (sign-ups are at the bottom of the page)Follow us on social media:InstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInSupport the show

Steel Magnolias - Holding on to the good of The South

On today's episode, we got to speak with Marshall Rabil, of Virginia-based, female and family-owned Hubbard Peanut Company, aka HUBS. Many years ago, in the small Virginia crossroads village of Sedley, Dot Hubbard developed a unique way to cook the Virginia peanuts grown on her father's farm. She diligently used only the finest peanuts from the local harvest. Today, Dot's recipe for using only the best remains unchanged. Sedley is pretty close to the NC border - directly east of Virginia Beach.   Virginia has become well-known for its gourmet peanuts, with farmers in the southeastern portion of the state producing millions of pounds each year. The legume, commonly referred to as a nut, is enjoyed raw or boiled.   The Virginia Peanuts stands out from the other peanut varieties in both size and taste; they are the largest peanut, are more flavorful than the three other varieties, and have a characteristic crunch when eaten. Virginia Peanuts are commonly called the “Ballpark Peanut” because they are the peanut variety sold at baseball games across the country.    Find Hubs Peanuts: https://www.hubspeanuts.com Want to connect? Join our Patreon Community of supporters for a Southern Sister Chat BONUS episode, perks and SWAG: https://www.patreon.com/steelmagnolias Sign up for our mailing list: https://mailchi.mp/e3cef217a5e7/sweetnews  Instagram @SteelMagnoliasPodcast Episode Transcript: https://steelmagnoliaspodcast.com  

Blockhead: a tribute to Charles Schulz’ “Peanuts”
Sparky's 100th with Lex Fajardo

Blockhead: a tribute to Charles Schulz’ “Peanuts”

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 100:47


Lex Fajardo, of the Kid Beowulf graphic novels and Schulz Creative Associates, returns to Blockhead to help celebrate the legacy of Charles Schulz at 100! Lex fills us in on this past weekend's  celebration at the Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa! And he gets the scoop about Geoff's upcoming animated tribute to “Peanuts”, “Good Grief! By Schulz”, debuting on YouTube Nov.26th at 10 AM EST. Lex Fajardo: kidbeowulf.com patreon.com/kidbeowulf Geoff: instagram: @greenscreencomic Patreon: patreon.com/geoffgrogan 'Good Grief! by Schulz” : https://youtu.be/WUVoLxu-KEk

You Didn't Ask For This
52 | Boudoir Feet Pics

You Didn't Ask For This

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 93:16


What is the appropriate punishment for coworkers that eat your lunch? How did Pigpen get so dirty and why can't he get clean? We answer these existential dilemmas before heading to the Thoughtline, where two spouses have called on us for counseling. Plus: a brand-new segment of Fun Facts that you certainly didn't ask for.Submit your least pressing questions, local legends, definitive rankings, neighborhood group drama, and whatever else you want us to cover at youdidntaskforthis@gmail.com or @udidntaskpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. You can also leave us a voicemail on The Thoughtline at (410) 929-5329 and we might just play it on the show!

It's a Podcast, Charlie Brown
EPISODE 80: 100 OBJECTS IN THE 80TH EPISODE!

It's a Podcast, Charlie Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 75:04


In episode 80, Peanuts historian Nat Gertler drops by to discuss the new book he coauthored, "Charles M. Schulz: The Art and Life of the Peanuts Creator in 100 Objects" and many other things. Some of which actually relate to Peanuts! We've also got This Month in Peanuts History, a "Peanuts by Schulz" review called "Get Lucky" and so much more. Happy birthday, Charles Schulz! So pile your plate high with pretzel sticks, popcorn and jelly beans and enjoy the show! Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs "Mining by Moonlight" and "Bass Walker".  Thanks to Sean Courtney for the "This Month in Peanuts History" theme. Thanks to Henry Pope for the use of "Linus & Lucy Remix".  Go to www.carnivalofgleecreations.com for all your IT'S A PDOCAST, CHARLIE BROWN needs, along with info about my other show ATARI BYTES, my books and so much more! Help keep the lights on in the doghouse at patreon.com here. 

The Douglas Coleman Show
The Douglas Coleman Show w_ Monte Schulz

The Douglas Coleman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 22:34


Monte Schulz received his M.A. in American Studies from University of California, Santa Barbara. He published his first novel, Down by the River, in 1990, and spent the next twelve years writing a novel about the Jazz Age. Monte is endlessly curious and well versed in world history and theology. He is fascinated by the style and use of innovative language, and can be caught engaging in provocative, philosophical conversations about big, far-reaching, imaginative, ideas and worldly perspectives. His father is the late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. He lives in Santa Barbara, CA.Metropolis SummaryRegency College senior Julian Brehm's uneventful student life is derailed when he falls for Nina Rinaldi, a beautiful young revolutionary engaged in political activism against the authoritarian regime that rules the country and wages a deceitful, distracting war. Julian's love for — and moral alliance to — Nina eventually leads him into a vast undercity beneath the metropolis. Then, east by train and into the war zone itself, where mortal danger in that expanding cemetery of millions threatens Julian's life; what he witnesses will alter how he perceives the Republic and ultimately his fate within it. http://metropolisthebook.comhttp://monteschulzauthor.comThe Douglas Coleman Show now offers audio and video promotional packages for music artists as well as video promotional packages for authors. Please see our website for complete details. http://douglascolemanshow.comIf you have a comment about this episode or any other, please click the link below.https://ratethispodcast.com/douglascolemanshow

In the Wheelhouse
Peanuts & Popcorn (P&P) 11-6-22 With Leo Fontana/Tom Hockney

In the Wheelhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 54:50


This week on the final episode of the season on Peanuts and Popcorn, Dusty Baker gets his ring as the Astros win the World Series. It was one for the ages. Pete Rose will make the first bet at the new Sportsbook at Great American Ballpark and we look at the Athletics' list of the 25 top free agents. Coming to a Major League Baseball stadium near you: pitchers, catchers and hitters challenging balls and strikes. The Diabillas of Hondzonot will not be stopped as the White Sox announce their choice to manage in 2023. Ian Happ wins the Gold Glove, but where will Willson Contreras sign? Finally, in the last popcorn discussion of 2022, at the 40:35 mar--we'll look at the Gurinder Chadra film, What's Cooking.

Devin Talks
Coke and Peanuts? Myth confirmed - Episode 77 - Speaking Sporadically

Devin Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 60:58


In this episode of speaking sporadically Jacob, Devin, and Zer meet up to bust or prove a crazy drink and food combination. That being coke and Peanuts. Does it taste good? Watch to find out. Click here to Subscribe: https://bit.ly/SubscribeToSpeakingSporadically Click here to watch additional episodes: https://bit.ly/MorePodcastEpisodes Follow us on social media!: Instagram - https://bit.ly/SpeakingSporadicallyInstagram Tik Tok - speakingsporadically --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakingsporadically/support

EXTRAordinary Lives
Jim Black: Death Row and Peanuts Comics

EXTRAordinary Lives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 35:39


Jim Black, a criminologist and professor emeritus of Sociology at the University of Tennessee, constantly looks to apply God's principles in his everyday life, and in some unusual places such as Death Row and Peanuts Cartoons. You'll enjoy his fascinating stories and see how God has influenced his life and decisions. He is a man of integrity who desires to be humble and kind and is grateful for the "friend we have in Jesus." In the podcast, Jim mentions two fun and enlightening books, The Gospel According to Peanuts by Robert L. Short and The Pastor is In: A Thirty-Day Faith Devotional by Rigel J. Dawson. Ellen quotes Ephesians 4:1-2 and Matthew 25:35-36 and reads lyrics from the hymn, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus."

In the Wheelhouse
Peanuts & Popcorn (P&P) 10-30-22 With Leo Fontana/Tom Hockney

In the Wheelhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 45:12


This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, the World Series has begun. We will discuss what has happened, what we think will happen and what we want to happen. For the first time since 1950, not a single American born black player is on either roster. The White Sox still have yet to name a manager, will the World Series result affect their options? Frank Thomas is portrayed as a bit of a jerk in a new book. Christopher Morel gives the Cubs flexibility this winter and finally, in our Popcorn discussion, Martin Scorsese's, Hugo. Next week: What's Cooking

Grab A Glass With David Thomas

On this episode of 'Grab A Glass', DT chats about how he subconsciously spoke this career into existence and details the power of the tongue and thought.

The Safety of Work
Ep. 101 When should incidents cause us to question risk assessments?

The Safety of Work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 61:18


The paper's abstract reads:This paper reflects on the credibility of nuclear risk assessment in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima meltdown. In democratic states, policymaking around nuclear energy has long been premised on an understanding that experts can objectively and accurately calculate the probability of catastrophic accidents. Yet the Fukushima disaster lends credence to the substantial body of social science research that suggests such calculations are fundamentally unworkable. Nevertheless, the credibility of these assessments appears to have survived the disaster, just as it has resisted the evidence of previous nuclear accidents. This paper looks at why. It argues that public narratives of the Fukushima disaster invariably frame it in ways that allow risk-assessment experts to “disown” it. It concludes that although these narratives are both rhetorically compelling and highly consequential to the governance of nuclear power, they are not entirely credible. Discussion Points:Following up on a topic in episode 100 - nuclear safety and risk assessmentThe narrative around planes, trains, cars and nuclear - risks vs. safetyPlanning for disaster when you've promised there's never going to be a nuclear disasterThe 1975 WASH-1400 StudiesJapanese disasters in the last 100 yearsFour tenets of Downer's paper:The risk assessments themselves did not fail Relevance Defense: The failure of one assessment is not relevant to the other assessmentsCompliance Defense: The assessments were sound, but people did not behave the way they were supposed to/did not obey the rulesRedemption Defense: The assessments were flawed, but we fixed themTheories such as: Fukushima did happen - but not an actual ‘accident/meltdown' - it basically withstood a tsunami when the country was flattenedResidents of Fukushima - they were told the plant was ‘safe'The relevance defense, Chernobyl, and 3 Mile IslandBoeing disasters, their risk assessments, and blameAt the time of Fukushima, Japanese regulation and engineering was regarded as superiorThis was not a Japanese reactor! It's a U.S. designThe compliance defense, human errorThe redemption defense, regulatory bodies taking all Fukushima elements into accountDowner quotes Peanuts comics in the paper - lessons - Lucy can't be trusted!This paper is not about what's wrong with risk assessments- it's about how we defend what we doTakeaways:Uncertainty is always present in risk assessmentsYou can never identify all failure modesThree things always missing: anticipating mistakes, anticipating how complex tech is always changing, anticipating all of the little plastic connectors that can breakAssumptions - be wary, check all the what-if scenariosJust because a regulator declares something safe, doesn't mean it isAnswering our episode question: You must question risk assessments CONSTANTLY Quotes:“It's a little bit surprising we don't scrutinize the ‘control' every time it fails.” - Drew“In the case of nuclear power, we're in this awkward situation where, in order to prepare emergency plans, we have to contradict ourselves.” - Drew“If systems have got billions of potential 'billion to one' accidents then it's only expected that we're going to see accidents from time to time.” - David“As the world gets more and more complex, then our parameters for these assessments need to become equally as complex.” - David“The mistakes that people make in these [risk assessments] are really quite consistent.” - Drew Resources:Disowning Fukushima Paper by John DownerWASH-1400 StudiesThe Safety of Work PodcastThe Safety of Work on LinkedInFeedback@safetyofwork

TrevTalks
ASMR Snoopy Dog Show and Tell Party

TrevTalks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 17:54


In this ASMR chat, I share my collection of Snoopy plushies, figurines, and miscellaneous dogs. Do you have a favourite plush toy? Video. Snoopy is my favourite cartoon dog. From my childhood onward, I love following along with the fun adventures of Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the Peanuts characters. I hope this ASMR video will … ASMR Snoopy Dog Show and Tell Party Read More »

XVGM Radio
Episode 94 – SpooOOookyfest 2022

XVGM Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 102:27


It's that spooooooooooky time of year again! Celebrate Halloween with the video game music podcast hostesses with the mostestes….that's a word. Justin and Mike host Spookyfest each year and now that they're back to their normal outdoor festival activity, you're in for a fright of a good time! From discussions of Peanuts characters becoming VGM […]

XVGM Radio
Episode 94 – SpooOOookyfest 2022

XVGM Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 102:27


It's that spooooooooooky time of year again! Celebrate Halloween with the video game music podcast hostesses with the mostestes….that's a word. Justin and Mike host Spookyfest each year and now that they're back to their normal outdoor festival activity, you're in for a fright of a good time! From discussions of Peanuts characters becoming VGM composers to the nostalgia-dripping remembrance of Count Duckula's airtime, the boils scare no expense as they share their love of spooky game tunes. Mike digs up the bones of his rare appreciation for industrial music and Justin learning that….GASP…he was replaced with a ROBOT?! It's a howling romp of a VGM festival that we hope you'll enjoy…PERMANENTLY! MUWAHAHAH!

Deconstructing Comics
#754 “Peanuts”: Schulz’s Silent Sundays 1957-1961

Deconstructing Comics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 50:15


Charles Schulz's Peanuts is a master class in how to do a comic strip. This week Kumar and Tim are focusing on a five-year period of Schulz's career, 1957 to 1961, and 25 Sunday strips that demonstrate Schulz's skill at dialog-free comics. You might want to read the strips before listening; see below! Brought to … Continue reading #754 “Peanuts”: Schulz's Silent Sundays 1957-1961

Bro Force Squad
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) Movie Commentary

Bro Force Squad

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 28:06


The Bros have enough beer to tailgate all night as they wait with Linus for the arrival of the Great Pumpkin. Join them and the Peanuts gang. Where to watch the movie: https://www.justwatch.com/us/movie/its-the-great-pumpkin-charlie-brown Keep up with the Bros at: https://broforcesquad.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCJML5XTKJl2OzGW5HWrJhw https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/bro-force-squad/id1158546516?mt=2 https://twitter.com/BroForceSquad

Our Miss Brooks
Our Miss Brooks - 490522-Peanuts The Great Dane

Our Miss Brooks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 29:01


Our Miss Brooks - 490522-Peanuts The Great Dane https://missbrooks.libsyn.com/missbrooks http://oldtimeradiodvd.com Nostalgia USA  Prime Roku Channel 

The Peanut Podcast
Peanuts During the Holidays

The Peanut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 34:42


Show Notes:  To learn more about Virginia Carolinas Peanut Promotions, click here.  For more info on peanuts during the holidays:  The Ultimate Halloween Guide for Peanut & PB Lovers Peanut Butter Lover's Guide to the Holidays 5 Gifts for Peanut Butter Lovers 9 Gifts for the Peanut/Peanut Butter Lover in Your Life 3 DIY Holiday Décor Ideas with Peanuts  Budget Friendly, DIY Holiday Décor with Peanuts   For some delicious holiday recipes:  The Cromley's Peanut Pie Holiday Peanut Butter Cup Pie Peanut Brittle in the Microwave Smoky Peanut Brittle  7 New Holiday Recipes that are Sure to be a Hit Here's How to Feed a Crowd for the Holidays Thanksgiving Sides and Sweets Tastes of the World to Share this Holiday Season  Sources: 2022 Favorite Halloween Candy  Shifting Holiday Plans: Desire for Food Gifting, Bigger Gatherings and Robust Food Spending Despite Food Inflation 7 Chinese New Year Snacks and Symbolism  Attributions:Credit to https://www.FesliyanStudios.com for the background music  Dark FogAuld Lang Syne by United States Marine Band is licensed under a Public Domain Mark 1.0 License.

The 260 Journey
Forward and Upward is Our Only Direction

The 260 Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 6:19


Day 210 Today's Reading: Hebrews 6 An old Presbyterian preacher named Clarence Macartney made a keen observation about airplanes and the Christian life: “Between an airplane and every other form of locomotion and transportation there is one great contrast. The horse and wagon, the automobile, the bicycle, the locomotive, the speedboat, and the great battleship—all can come to a standstill without danger, and they can all reverse their engines, or their power, and go back. But there is no reverse about the engine of an airplane. It cannot back up. It dare not stand still. If it loses its momentum and forward-drives, then it crashes. The only safety for the airplane is in its forward and upward motion. The only safe direction for the Christian to take is forward and upward. If he stops, or if he begins to slip and go backward, that moment he is in danger.” This is what the writer of Hebrews is speaking of in today's chapter: “Leaving the elementary teaching about the Christ, let us press on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith toward God, of instruction about washings and laying on of hands, and the resurrection of the dead and eternal judgment.” (Hebrews 6:1-2) Let us press on to maturity. Those are the words for moving forward and upward. It is the challenge of growth for the Christian. Always remember that maturity is not a gift, it is a journey. Inventor Rowland Hill once watched a child riding a rocking-horse and remarked, “He reminds me of some Christians. There is plenty of motion but no progress.” Hebrews 6 is a plea for progress. It seems that these new Christians got stuck. The writer says we should know the foundational principles of faith, repentance, and laying on of hands, and that we should not stall out on these issues but press on toward maturity. As The Message so aptly puts it: “So come on, let's leave the preschool fingerpainting exercises on Christ and get on with the grand work of art. Grow up in Christ” (verse 1). It is easy to confuse maturity with experience. Experience is a wonderful thing but not always the best teacher. There's nothing more tragic than when the years don't match the maturity. A group of tourists were visiting a European village and walked by an old man sitting. With a patronizing tone, one tourist asked him, “Were any great men born in this village?” The old man replied, “Nope, only babies.” Every born-again believer starts life as a baby in Christ. Whether the new convert is six or sixty, that person is still a new Christian and needs to grow in the Lord. A baby Christian who has been saved for forty years is a tragedy. God intends for us to grow and mature so we can be a positive influence in the lives of others. Until we learn to dig into the meat of the Word for ourselves, we will never grow. Amy Carmichael once penned these thoughts: “Sometimes when we read the words of those who have been more than conquerors, we feel almost despondent. I feel that I shall never be like that. But they won through step by step, by little bits of wills, little denials of self, little inward victories, by faithfulness in very little things. . . . No one sees these little hidden steps. They only see the accomplishment, but even so, those small steps were taken. There is no sudden triumph on spiritual maturity.” That is the work of the moment. Maturity comes through taking small steps, introducing new habits, and stopping bad ones. In one Peanuts comic strip, Sally was struggling with her memory verse for Sunday, when she finally remembered, “Maybe it was something from the book of Reevaluation.” I think every time we read the Bible, it should be in the book of "re-evaluation" for us to see if we are growing. In most homes that have children present, you'll usually find a growth chart. It keeps track of each child's measurements. As a child ages, the body receives messages from the pituitary gland in the brain that tells it to get moving, it's time to grow up. There's nothing the child can do to stop or start the growth, it happens naturally. I wish the same were true spiritually. I wish once we become a Christian, our growth becomes automatic, but it doesn't. There is no special gland to help us grow spiritually as Christians. What if we did have a spiritual growth chart? If you could measure your spiritual growth in inches, how many inches have you grown in the last three to four years? How much taller are you standing today spiritually from where you were last year? What does growth and maturity look like? I think this story defines it for us. A group of women who were studying the Bible together were puzzled by the words of Malachi 3:3: “He shall sit as a refiner and purifier of silver” (KJV). One of the ladies decided to call a silversmith to see if he could explain. That week she visited a silversmith and asked him to explain the process of refining silver. After he described the process, she asked, “Do you sit while the work of refining is going on?” “Oh yes,” he replied. “I must sit with my eye steadily fixed on the furnace. For if the time necessary for refining be exceeded in the slightest degree, the silver is sure to be injured.” At once she saw the beauty and comfort of the expression, He shall sit as a refiner and purifier of silver. As the lady was leaving the shop, the silversmith called her back with one more piece of information. “I only know when the process of purifying is complete by seeing my own image reflected in the silver.” As Joseph Exell explains: “Christ sees it needful to put His children into the furnace, but He is seated by the side of it, His eye is steadily on the work of purifying, and His wisdom and love are both engaged in the best manner for them. Their trials do not come at random. When Christ's image is reflected in us, His work of purifying is accomplished.”

Designer Cornbread Podcast
010 – An Extremely Moist Episode

Designer Cornbread Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 83:50


Listen this week as Holly tries falsies, Tim goes hunting, and Sherwood mourns over a cat. Joni talks feelings vs. Truth and we talk about our first jobs.

It's a Podcast, Charlie Brown
79: YOU DON'T LOOK 35 EITHER, DEAR LISTENER!

It's a Podcast, Charlie Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 81:14


NEW EPISODES ON THE 10th AND 20th OF EVERY MONTH. In episode 79, our ongoing celebration of Charles Schulz's approaching 100th birthday continues as we spend some time getting to know Sparky through his writings in the 1985 book "You Don't Look 35, Charlie Brown". We also have a "Random Strip of the Month", some news-y bits, and much, much more! So, find a super sincere pumpkin patch and give this episode a listen while you wait for the Great Pumpkin.  Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs "Mining by Moonlight" and "Bass Walker". Thanks to Nick Jones for the use of his song "25% Off". Thanks to Henry Pope for the use of his "Linus & Lucy" remix. Find out more about this podcast, my other podcast ATARI BYTES, and about books I've written - which can be yours! - at www.carnivalofgleecreations.com  Support the show at patreon.com

The Roundtable
How peanuts transformed history

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 21:39


Jori Lewis is an award–winning journalist who writes about agriculture and the environment. Her new book "Slaves for Peanuts: A Story of Conquest, Liberation, and a Crop That Changed History," weaves together the natural and human history of a crop that transformed the lives of millions. Americans consume over 1.5 billion pounds of peanut products every year. But few of us know the peanut's tumultuous history, or its intimate connection to slavery and freedom.

If You Can Keep It
S7-E3: Peanuts and Jesus - The Jimmy Carter Story

If You Can Keep It

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 35:35


Amanda and Sam discussed Jimmy Carter, Tessa the dog, shoe billed storks, and other beings. Like swamp rabbits which are a thing. There  are seven-ish riots.

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver
Graham Norton

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 32:00 Very Popular


Minnie questions comedian and chat show host Graham Norton. Graham shares an unexpected lesson from a drama school reunion, what Peanuts taught him about happiness, and the (albeit simple) recipe for his famous “Graham soup.” Plus, a bonus pet psychic story from Minnie you have to hear to believe!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In the Wheelhouse
Peanuts & Popcorn (P&P) 10-16-22 With Leo Fontana/Tom Hockney

In the Wheelhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 53:52


This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, we wear our black armbands for Angela Lansbury and Bruce Sutter. The Divisional Series matchups have provided plenty of exciting surprises. The new rule changes for 2023 will have a significant impact on Nico Hoerner and the Cubs; while the White Sox begin their search for Tony La Russa's replacement. Finally, in our popcorn discussion (at the 40:06 mark), we break down the Humphry Bogart Classic, In a Lonely Place. Next Week: John Carpenter's The Thing

Imagine Yourself Podcast
Can You Really Find True Happiness? (w/ Life Coach, Kerry Rasenberger)

Imagine Yourself Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 34:25


We've all seen those quotes that say: “Happiness Is…” They've been around for decades, from the old Peanuts cartoons to quotes on social media. Happiness is holding a warm puppy. Happiness is a long walk with a friend. Happiness is smelling fresh baked chocolate chip cookies. No doubt you could fill in your own with many things. They are all wonderful, but they are circumstantial. They don't get to the root of finding true happiness.  In this episode, we wanted to know what that might look like, so we invited someone who could offer some simple techniques that will not only help us explore finding it but allow us to dive into what may be holding us back from grasping contentment. Kerry Rasenberger (Kerry Life Coach) is one of our favorite people! Along with her clients, she deals out wisdom to over ninety-thousand followers on Instagram.  We've also had her on the podcast previously in an enlightening episode called “Great Relationships Start With the One You Have With Yourself”.  A certified life coach who reinvented herself and started her own business in her 50's, Kerry has learned a thing or two about discovering happiness for herself and for those she coaches. In this episode, she focuses on things like self-care, relationships that have healthy boundaries, and creating an environment in which we can thrive. “Self-care is health care,” she says. We need to be careful not to confuse prioritizing taking care of ourselves and our happiness with selfishness. When we show up as our best selves we are better equipped to be there for others as well. Truth: this is not a magic cure-all for contentment.  Many times, things need to be dealt with on a much deeper level. It is, however, a very eye-opening look at what may be holding you back from finding your joy. Grab your headphones, hit play and take some time to reflect. The more honest you can be with yourself as you listen, the better.   For more info on IMAGINE YOURSELF and Lanee Blaise and Sandy Kovach or to contact us,  visit imagineyourselfpodcast.comJoin the conversation  on our  FACEBOOK, TWITTER or INSTAGRAM pagesKerry InstagramKerry WebsiteTake Kerry's Happy Life Assessment

Boundless Body Radio
Toxic Oxalates Part II with The Low Ox Coach Monique Attinger! 351

Boundless Body Radio

Play Episode Play 23 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 87:12


Check out our new Patreon page! Get access to the Boundless Body Radio Premium Podcast, with a new episode added every other week! Other perks include early releases of our episodes, extended video content, and group and one on one coaching!Monique Attinger is a returning guest on our show! Be sure to check out her first appearance on our podcast on episode 318 of Boundless Body Radio! Monique Attinger BA, MLIS, CHN is a certified holistic nutritionist who is world renowned expert on the plant compound called oxalate. On social media and on her website, she is known as the Low Ox Coach. She is your partner in reaching your health goals through a focus on reducing your oxalate intake, in combination with high density nutrition and targeted nutritional supplements. Sometimes, reducing oxalate alone is not enough; Monique's clientele includes many with complex dietary challenges, including the overlap of individual food sensitivities or allergies with other therapeutic diets, including low histamine and low salicylate approaches. Monique's coaching helps her clients who have been “eating extra healthy”, some who have spent decades following careful eating plans, yet also find that they were not feeling well. Many chronic diseases have an inflammatory component, and oxalate can be an unrecognized driver, severely affecting people without them knowing the cause.Find Monique at-https://lowoxcoach.com/TW-@LowOxCoach1FB- Monique Attinger - nutritionistIG- @lowoxcoachYT- Low Ox CoachYT- Wizards of Ox - Low Oxalate ExpertsFind Boundless Body at-myboundlessbody.comBook a session with us here! Find Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here! Check out our new Patreon page!

Pants on Fire
E226: Peanuts

Pants on Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 20:51 Very Popular


Can you figure out who's lying about peanuts?For more great Gen-Z podcasts, visit https://gzmshows.com, or follow us on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.