On a website devoted to debate (civil, mind you), we can all agree that politics is not the arena for shrinking violets. Who better to remind us of this fact than the former governor of the Garden State, Chris Christie? He gives us the lowdown on his successes in a Blue State and his thoughts on how Republicans need to keep their eye on the prize. Even with the mention of “Christie Porn,” we promise listeners a PG-rated podcast. Also, the regular gang go from the economic blockage to “Let’s Go Brandon,” from intellectuals talking about third parties to Captain Kirk back in space. (Well, kinda-space if you wanna get technical.) Music from this week’s podcast: Man At The Top by Bruce Springsteen
Meet Lynn Lynn is the owner of Data2Profit Consulting. He helps small to medium-sized companies make more money with their data by using financial ideas and tools he learned at Procter & Gamble. He has a unique ability to help clients think big picture, while at the same time digging into the details of their results. When you feel you have a lot of numbers around but no answers, Lynn will make those numbers work as hard as you do, and turning your data into profit. There are lots of different people out there who help businesses keep their finances together. What makes you different? There are lots of part-time accountants out there, there are lots of types of bookkeepers, you get your part-time CFOs and where they're focused oftentimes on the preparation of your finances, and taking a very traditional view of here's your income state, here's how you look at it, here's your balance sheet, here's what it can tell you, what I do is take those numbers and reverse engineer them to not only be able to tell people what happened, but why it happened, and more importantly, give them recommendations about what you should think about doing next. That is a completely different perspective than I think a lot of business owners get from their accountants and their CFOs. In one of your blogs, you said that what accountants report isn't enough. Can go talk about what you meant by that? Absolutely. It really comes down to what the accountants give you is a score, right? It's where are you at, at the time. What happened last month and what were your results over the past year? And they give you that which is good, but again, it doesn't always give you an idea of what you should be doing going forward because the perspective is getting a gap financial statement. You're your business owner, and you can always say "Okay, how much profit did I make that month?" But the real question is where's the profit because you can't spend what's on the balance sheet. What is your profit, how did it get there, most importantly, where is it, and finally, when can you actually spend it? I can say that I made all this profit by selling this stuff, but if nobody's paid me for it, yet, I can't spend that money. Or if I look at my bank statement today, it may say I have $10,000 there, but it doesn't tell you five days from now you may need 15,000. So what will happen with the other 5000? It's a moving piece that if you just rely on that static perspective, without both and understanding how you got there, and where you're going, what's coming up, then you're really missing a big chunk of what's going to impact your business results. I've heard you you say that the numbers that business owner should look at are more than dollars and cents. What else should business owners be looking at? Everyone says that their sales are growing, but the question is, why or how? And again, you could look into very easily say these customers, or this particular region or this product line, but when you put that all together, who are your most valuable customers? How many most valuable customers do you have? I worked with a business for a long time and they said we love all of our customers and while that is true, everybody loves all their customers, you may not love them all equally. How many of them really depend on that? How many times are they buying? What's their average purchase order spend? How many lines are they buying? What number of products are they actually buying? When you look at your gross margins, there are seven different groups of people within your company that can impact your gross margins. Which one is it? Is as your customers? Is it your salespeople? Is it your marketing people? Is it the logistics people, the manufacturing people, the purchasing people, or is it just simply a mix? And so you really have to dissect a lot of the numbers that you look into and look at the activities that people are doing and that's really what it comes down to? How else can you look at the activities and what is occurring in your business? Because, at the end of the day, all finance and accounting do are assign numbers to the activities that people have done. How many sales calls are they doing? How many sales calls are your people making to the best customers? What are they talking about? There's a lot of qualitative information that you can mind to get an understanding of where your people are coming from. So when you really get into it, that's part of what I like to do is talk to them about the non-financial numbers that you could be or, should be looking more at in terms of the activities of your business? Can you share with our listeners one of your most successful or favorite networking experiences that you've had? I'm one of those people that actually loves meeting people. In fact, my current coach has told me, "Lynn, you have to stop having as much fun." I'll talk to anybody about networking because I think people are fascinating, and there are so many different opportunities out there for people that if you're not networking, you're just really not learning as an individual about the world around you. So when you think about networking, you're really building a network of people that you meet, know, and can refer to each other. Once you get really into this, I met a banker once and she said, "Oh, you have to meet Angelica, she's forming this group called go givers." I joined and we're all basically people who help support small businesses. If they need me, they should need another accountant base, you need a lawyer, they should need a banker, they should need a coach, or are a part-time HR group. I met a part-time CFO through that group who recommended me to a client. I was able to help this client do what I was hired to do, but they also said, "By the way, you should meet Jeff. He's a specialist in r&d tax credits." All of a sudden, they hook up because now I've made the introduction and three months later, my client find out that they're going to get over $100,000 returned to them from r&d tax credits because I became that trusted business advisor who recommended somebody else. When you look at somebody, you can really help somebody in a very tangible way like that is important to me. How do you stay in front of and best nurture the relationships you've created? That's one of the biggest challenges that I've come to realize I was not doing a great job of. I am now actively designing and building that system, and that capability. I've tried all different kinds of things on my own, and unfortunately, I've met a lot of really interesting people, and probably some of them may have been more valuable contacts, but I let those relationships drop. This was really before I began to truly appreciate the value of it. I would say right now, if you're beginning to network, figure out a way that works for you to really keep in contact with these people. I've spent a lot of time on occasion going back and realizing that it's been a long time since I have checked in with certain people, and so I have now got my sales process outlined or my contact management process outlined, and am beginning to build that. I made that early mistake of not having a great system to be able to do that so I'm playing a lot of catch-up right now. If you could go back to your 20-year-old self, what would you tell yourself to do more or less of or differently with regards to your professional career? I would be more intentional and have a life plan that gave me a little more direction because I allowed myself to accept things that came my way without really exploring what else was out there. For example, when I look back and see what I really enjoy doing now, I probably would not have gotten into corporate finance. But that's where I interviewed with P&G, I did a temp job with them. They interviewed and over the next 14 years, I moved through P&G and moved up in PNG to the point where I had to ask myself if this was really what I want to do for the rest of my life? I decided that it wasn't so I went to work for a smaller company, which I did a lot of that same stuff. But then I got into marketing and sales and I found out that this is really where the fun is when you're getting closer to the customer and what they're doing. I've really gotten to the point where I believe that this is what I was meant to do. I enjoy the challenge of meeting people and finding out how I can help them. But at the same time, I could have gotten here a long time ago. Here now, I feel like this is like the second career for me. All my friends are now retiring, and I started a company three years ago. Do you have any final words of advice for our listeners with regards to growing and supporting your network? You've got to own it. Not very many people come reaching out to you, and yes, there are people who are reluctant to engage in those situations. But it really is an opportunity to step out of your own little comfort zone and meet some really cool, fascinating people that otherwise you never would have. You have to get out there, and particularly, if you're a business owner, whether you are networking within your own industry segment, or a different direction, just get out and do it. Don't be afraid to be that one in the room that steps into a group of four or five other people to introduce yourself and to ask a very unique question about them. Remember, it's not all about you, And believe me, that's that was my rookie mistake. You will mess up, you will make mistakes, you will say the wrong things, but you know what? You've just got to get up and do it again and once you get comfortable with the idea, it really can be a lot of fun. Connect with Lynn LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynn-corazzi/ Website: https://www.data2profit.net/ Phone: 920-948-3355
We live in an age that bombards us with constant distractions, and we place very little priority on taking care of our brains by being mindful and present in the moment. But if we took just 10 minutes a day to actually be still, we could change our whole perspective. Andy Puddicombe, a meditation and mindfulness expert, explains that we spend much of our waking life lost in thought where it's easy to fall down rabbit holes of overwhelm, anxiety, and unhappiness. When we take time to pause, we equip ourselves with tools to handle stress and emotions...and better yet, we help our kids understand what it means to appreciate life and become more resilient to whatever comes their way. Watch the full clip here. For more info on Andy's meditation program, go to www.headspace.com. I'd love to know what you think, so join in on the conversation! Subscribe, leave a review, or follow PG-ish on IG @pgishparenting, or you can always find me at www.pgishparenting.com.
The way Wirt just completely dismisses Sara? It's an abomination. Tyler and Emma watch "The Ringing of the Bell" and discuss the strange placement of the episode within the series.CONTENT WARNING: This episode may contain strong language. We try to keep our podcast PG-13, but sometimes language slips through. Please be aware before letting young children listen alone.Follow us on Instagram and Twitter, both @keyframereframeEmail us questions or feedback at email@example.comCheck out our Redbubble store at https://www.redbubble.com/people/YipYipPodcast/shopFollow Tyler on Instagram and Twitter, both @tylerjon7Follow Emma on Instagram @emmaleighmyhreSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/airbenderpod)
74 giant sequoias have been destroyed so far in the Windy Fire, with containment at 88%. As winds reach 50 mph in some parts of the state, PG&E has implemented a Public Safety Power Shutoff impacting at least 25,000 customers through Monday night. Brian Wiley and Kent Ownings of "Real Money Pros" joins the show to discuss supply chain issues, the rising cost of bacon and gas, inflation and more. Listeners comment on the windy conditions. Listeners comment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
By causing some of California's most destructive blazes in recent years, the utility put its own survival at risk. Now, under a new CEO, PG&E is marching out plans designed to cut down on the ignitions. Chronicle reporter J.D. Morris tells host Demian Bulwa that PG&E's hope is to bury 10,000 miles of power lines underground. But what will this and other projects cost customers, and will it restore the company's tarnished reputation? | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One Dark Night (1982) synopsis: “As part of an initiation into a club called the Sisters, a young girl must spend the night in a mausoleum.”Starring: Meg Tilly, Robin Evans, Leslie Speights, and Melissa NewmanDirector: Tom McLoughlinIt took awhile but we're finally getting to Zak's much discussed PG horror movie, One Dark Night (1982)! As mentioned in the episode, we were supposed to review it last year closer to our review of The Car (which was Corey's PG horror pick) but thanks to a post office snafu the package didn't show up until almost a year later lol. Better late than never, right?That was Corey's feelings about One Dark Night, a film he had never even heard of until Zak brought it to the show, but now he friggin loves it! And how could you not? It's essentially a “What If?… Professor X was evil” horror story. Way ahead of its time and, we're happy to report, still holds up well in 2021! If you haven't seen One Dark Night we highly recommend watching it as soon as possible. It has an awesomely spooky vibe and makes for a great Halloween flick!As always, leave a message on Patreon or social media and let us know what you think of the episode!— SUPPORT PODCASTING AFTER DARK —PATREON - Two extra shows a month, including our celebrity interview series, plus videos and other exclusive content!MERCH STORE - We have a fully dedicated merch store at TeePublic with multiple designs and products!INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK / LETTERBOXD - Follow us on social media for updates and announcements!This podcast is part of the BFOP Network
It's October, who is ready for some horror movies? In this episode, Mike talks about what the best horror / scary movies are just happen to be rated PG-13. Great for if you're not super into violent movies or are looking for something scary that will also be okay to watch with your kids. Plus a spoiler-free review of “The Guilty” on Netflix with Jake Gyllenhaal and Joaquin Phoenix talked about the possibility of a Joker sequel. New Episodes Every Monday! Email: MovieMikeD@gmail.com Follow Mike on TikTok: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Instagram: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Twitter: @mikedeestro Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
“You're especially designed to do something because no one's here to do nothing.” Emily Chang We are all part of something bigger than ourselves, the larger community. Better and functional communities are not built in a day but rather, it is about consistently performing acts of service that uplift others. Emily Chang has been enthusiastic about supporting and building her community, and says it is not so much about the big things, but rather, it is the small acts that really contribute to a thriving community. Emily Chang is the CEO of McCann Worldgroup, China. Prior to accepting this new role, she took a year off to write a book called The Spare Room, the topic of her first TEDx Talk. Before that, she served as CMO for Starbucks China, where she cared for the teams that helped open the first Starbucks Roastery outside of Seattle and commercialized the brand's digital gifting and delivery programs. Lotus (Chapter five) lived with Emily's family while she worked at Starbucks. A strategic business leader with over 20 years of experience, Emily is known for globalization, cross-cultural team leadership, and innovative brand building. Recognized for her ability to drive change and renew organizations, Emily approaches opportunities with an entrepreneurial mind set to establish a culture, set a vision, and build capability. She is known first and foremost as a people leader and team builder. Prior to Starbucks, Emily was the Chief Commercial Officer for IHG, Greater China, where she looked after 320 hotels and an extended team of 5,200 members. While she was at IHG, Emily's family cared for five kids, including Teo (Chapter four). Moving to Shanghai in 2011, Emily led the marketing organization that established the face of Apple Retail in Asia Pacific. While working at Apple, Emily's family cared for three young people, including Jaesin (Chapter three). She first developed her General Management, Marketing and Brand expertise at Proctor & Gamble. Five young people shared her spare room in the 11 years that Emily worked at P&G. Today, Emily sits on the board of SOS Children's Villages and has spoken at select conferences and events, including the Fortune Most Powerful Women's Summit in Hong Kong, C2 in Montreal, and has delivered three TEDx Talks. In her free time, Emily loves to teach, read, and write. She challenges herself to learn a new “big thing” every year (2019 was all about the book, and she's spent much of 2020 straddling a cajon drum). Most of all, Emily enjoys spending time with family: her husband of 20 years, her 12-year old daughter Laini, Holly Berry their rescued mutt, and Jellybean, their pygmy hedgehog. In today's episode, our guest will talk about how she found her positive thing that contributes towards her community. She will also discuss her book and what it entails. Listen in! Social Media Handles: Author Website: https://social-legacy.com/ LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/emilychang8621 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emily.chang.925602 Instagram: https://instagram.com.thespareroombook The first thing is that for me, it's never been about work life balance but about work life integration. [4:11] As I've gotten older, one of the things I realized was I had an opportunity to better integrate my personal life with my professional. [4:36] We always had these kids in our spare room and it was something that we certainly didn't hide, but also didn't really bring to the forefront either. [4:42] As we identified the spare room as a social offering to our community, we started to realize that talking about it isn't really about ego. [5:14] We embraced the idea of talking about the spare room with a TEDx talk and then took a year to write the boo [5:36] We believe this builds into our community and pays tribute to each of the people that we've had the privilege of sharing our spare room with. [5:43] You don't have to do very big things but something that you are specially designed to do that will actively support and build into your community, however you define it. [5:53] I don't think it's the best use of time to try and convince somebody else of your thing, everybody will come into it on their own. [7:28} If everybody starts identifying their offer and their offense, we can create communities that go after improving their communities. [7:43] I did a talk a few years ago called ‘The power of And,' which was all about the power of paradox and how you can take two ideas that seem in congruent and find the mutuality in the middle of them. [9:26] Sometimes we look at people who look like they've arrived and it looks like they have it all togetherand think that they have these intentions but usually it's not [10:26] It doesn't always have to be intentional or some grandiose gesture, sometimes it's your heart saying, I can do something about this. [11:07] We are capable of so much more than we can possibly imagine but we don't have to go after the grand gesture or the fully designed, well orchestrated, intentional, purpose driven thing. [11:27] We can do what helps us feel like we're doing something positive and when you find that moment, then you've hit on something where you can naturally add value to your community. [11:40] You want to position yourself in a way to maximize the value contribution that you can leave in the place around you without the risk of falling into the ego trap. [14:21] Commercial break. [15:40] When we talk about community service, or CSR, sometimes it feels like something that has to be sacrificial and that is human nature. [17:54] If we take an abundance mindset where we want to contribute more than we consume. We want to leave something more than what we've taken from this world. [18:06] The format of the book is written in very much a self reflection, action-oriented mindset and I don't want this to be a book but a movement. [18:58] If this can become something that's good for the world which helps people articulate how they contribute more than they consume, then that is something that I would feel really good about. [19:34] I do believe people are good and generally want to contribute more than they consume but may not know where to direct that attention or what they can [19:44] The construct of the book is a Venn diagram where in chapter one, you've got your offer and the second chapter talks about offense, then chapter three is the intersection of 1 and 2. [20:00] Chapters four and five talks about the action plan and the last part of the book is about, what I want to look back on that can have people say something about me after I've passed. [21:38] I've always believed that defining the end state helps you become much more intentional, with your time, priorities, and your investment. [21:54] There's positive power in positive words so we want to define the things that we're good at and embrace [23:56] Nobody should do nothing and nobody wants to do nothing, so feel empowered even if you do a small thing. [25:48] People came from very ordinary and said, I think I can go do something about this and they ended up changing the world for somebody. [26:14] …………………..….. TopDog Learning Group, LLC is a leadership, change management, and diversity and inclusion consulting firm based in Orlando, FL, USA but with “TopDoggers” (aka consultants) throughout North America and beyond. 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Bonus episode! Featuring our guest CJ. He's the host of the Guard Up And Hard Count Podcasts. We are deep diving into some NBA talk! Listen as we discuss a 3 Team Highlight, career of Pau Gasol, and our Top 10 PG heading into the season. Sit back and enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatsthecall/support
While torture porn and hard-R reboots of 70s classics were capturing the mood of the Bush-era, the PG-13 horror movie was still thriving throughout the 2000s. After the success of M. Night Shyamalan at the turn of the century, as well as the emergence of Americanized J-horror adaptations throughout the aughts, studios began churning out PG-13 thrillers that were lighter on gore and gratuitous nudity and heavier on jump scares and twists. But not all those films managed to cross over with critics and audiences, and today we get to look back on a pair of PG-13 horror flicks that disappeared quickly from theaters, only to find a cult audience on home video. We're joined by cinematographer and in-house 9/11 commentator, Jake Ures, to re-analyze the 2002 "based on true events" thriller "The Mothman Prophecies" starring podcast favorite Richard Gere, as well as the first and currently last studio venture from "Donnie Darko" director Richard Kelly: the 2009 sci-fi thriller "The Box" starring Cameron Diaz and James Marsden. Would "Mothman" be a low budget Blumhouse thriller tackling "fake news" and Q'anon today? When did mid-budget thrillers become a thing of the past? Is "The Box" Richard Kelly at his most restrained? Can Cameron Diaz do a Southern accent? Does James Marsden eat pussy? We're answering all of your pressing questions right here on our latest installment of Rotten Horror in the 2000s. "The Box" is streaming on PlutoTV and "The Mothman Prophecies" is available to rent wherever you rent movies!
Janelle Shane (@JanelleCShane) shared truly weird responses from AIs. Her website is AIWeirdness.com where you can find machine-learning-generated ideas for paint colors, ice cream, and cocktails (and many other things). We never said they were good ideas. Janelle's FAQ will help you get started trying out RNNs yourself. We recommend the Embedded show titles. We talked about BigGAN which generates pictures based on input images. Wikipedia list of animals by number of neurons Janelle's book is You Look Like a Thing and I Love You. Sign up for her newsletter to get the PG-13 versions of her hilarious AI outputs.
Usually, we put a bit of breathing room between return appearances - but it's not our fault Bob Anger keeps doing cool sh-t! The Animal returns to discuss the launch of Psycho Goreman, the upcoming comics magazine based on the horror-comedy with a growing cult following. Lethal Comics was able to fund the book through Kickstarter within the first day, allowing them to feature 25 artists and writers all eager to explore the world of PG. Our focus is on the project and how it came to be, but we'd be remiss not discussing Anger's in-ring exploits. From getting Tonya Harding-ed at IWS, his boiling rivalry with the returning Shayne Hawke (who is also one of Bob's best friends), and joining Mike Bailey for Friday Night Speedball on Twitch. Smark & Friends is available through Love Wrestling's Podbean and other major podcatchers. The video of this interview is available on Twitch, and will be available on YouTube two days after this publication. Love Wrestling is Proudly Sponsored by RK Athletics https://www.rkathletics.ca/ https://lethalcomics.com/ https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/lethalcomics/psycho-goreman PODCAST EDITING: Tina Lulham VIDEO PRODUCTION: Zak Ralph MUSIC: Trevor Nemeth https://lovewrestling.podbean.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/love-wrestling/id1544146794 https://www.youtube.com/lovewrestlingca https://www.twitch.tv/lovewrestlingca
For some reason, Dennis Quaid's PG-13 energy was deemed a good fit with the most famous kids' show of all time, which is how "Uncle Tommy From Da Bronx" ended up helping Telly learn about telling the truth and trusting your friends. After a review of the show's astronaut credibility from an actual child, we talked about Allan Sherman, Scully's cellphone, and whether Sarah's dad is a changeling. Don't scream "HELP" unless you really need it: it's an all-new Quaid In Full. Overall score: 7 QQQ score: 2.5 Days since a lost Kuffs accident: 7 SHOW NOTES Get EVEN MORE Qontent (...sorry) at our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/quaidinfull) Can YOU get past the first 27 seconds of The Dennissance (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dennissance/id1503394153)? Watch "Uncle Tommy" for yourself (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-077o7dC7ZU)
There's no doubt ZZ Top trademarked Texas boogie. And over 30 years later, the Sword furthered the Lonestar shuffle's legacy by darkening it. The Austin outfit's 2006 debut Age of Winters combined the rhythmic bounce of Tres Hombres with the power and might of Master of Reality. The cross-pollination of Gibbons and Iommi continued in 2008's Gods of the Earth, with heavier right-hand picking and tempos shading towards thrash-y Priest and Thin Lizzy's "Emerald." Traces of proggy psychedelia, like 2112 Rush and late-'70s Genesis, turned 2010's concept album Warped Riders into a swirling voyage of sci-fi conquest and space exploration, with the music matching the otherworldly narrative. And 2012's Apocryphon saw the band settle into themselves, collectively cherry-picking all the things that worked on the previous three albums. Songs like "Cloak of Feathers" and the title track show their musical certainty. High Country, from three years later, showcases a once-singular-sounding band finding a home between Houston and Birmingham that could be best classified as classic mid-'70s hard rock. And 2018's Used Future—as its cover depicts—shows the band comfortably, calmly, confidently pressing the accelerator of their Bombshell Betty 1952 Buick Super Riviera and racing towards their own horizon. This fall 2021 run had the Sword members—J.D. Cronise (guitar/vocals), Kyle Shutt (guitars), Bryan Richie (bass/keyboards), and Santiago "Jimmy" Vela III (drums)—handling double duty, with a headline tour woven around opening shows for Primus. Before their top-of-the-bill show at Nashville's Mercy Lounge, Shutt, Cronise, and Richie showed PG how consolidating gear (and volume) has helped them sharpen their blade. [Brought to you by D'Addario XPND Pedalboard: http://ddar.io/xpnd.rr (http://ddar.io/xpnd.rr)]
In today's episode, we talk with noted biologist Heather Holm about her brand-new, multiple award-winning book, Wasps: Their Biology, Diversity and Role as Beneficial Insects and Pollinators of Native Plants. We will discuss the biology and behavior of the wasp, and just how incredibly beneficial this insect really is in the native flower garden. Links: www.pollinatorsnativeplants.com and www.pollinationpress.com. Join Catherine Greenleaf, a certified wildlife rehabilitator with 20 years of experience rescuing and rehabilitating injured wildlife, for twice-monthly discussions about restoring native habitat and helping the birds in your backyard. Send your questions about birds and native gardening to firstname.lastname@example.org. (PG-13) St. Dymphna Press, LLC.
We've all heard that kids are sponges. They soak up everything they see and hear—about the world, the people around them, and their own capabilities and worth—and accept it as truth. This is why the words you choose as a parent are so important, and how the narratives you speak into existence will build your child's self-esteem and world perspective. Rachel Davis is the founder of the music educational platform La La Tigers, an NLP practitioner, songwriter, and mother of two. She explains how the belief systems formed in early childhood can be influenced through love, connection, and music, to increase your child's self-worth, confidence, and self-belief. Watch the full clip here. For more info, check out www.lalatigers.com. I'd love to know what you think, so join in on the conversation! Subscribe, leave a review, or follow PG-ish on Instagram (@pgishparenting), or you can always find me at www.pgishparenting.com.
Ok but Wirt brings up some good points because bassoon and clarinet are completely different embouchure... Emma and Tyler watch "Lullaby in Frogland" and talk about Beatrice and some fun facts about Adelaide.CONTENT WARNING: This episode may contain strong language. We try to keep our podcast PG-13, but sometimes language slips through. Please be aware before letting young children listen alone.Follow us on Instagram and Twitter, both @keyframereframeEmail us questions or feedback at email@example.comCheck out our Redbubble store at https://www.redbubble.com/people/YipYipPodcast/shopFollow Tyler on Instagram and Twitter, both @tylerjon7Follow Emma on Instagram @emmaleighmyhreSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/airbenderpod)
On Wednesdays we wear pink but on Tuesdays we release new content. Join your favourite TransAtlantic podcasting crew – Ian, Liam, Ellie and Georgia as we review the 2004 teen comedy that made Fetch happen in Mean Girls. It's not Robin Sparkles but we're still headed to the mall in Canada in our 90th episode as we discuss: Some alternate castings that would've changed the entire tone of the film Which actor Tina Fey had to go to war in order to cast Who came up with 'Fetch' anyways What rewrites were necessary in order to ensure a PG-13 rating Ellie has an announcement to share with the group Is Janis Ian actually the worst character in the film and why do we laugh off Damian refusing to leave the ladies room? We've got an exciting announcement for the new year Whether or not Mean Girls is the Best Film Ever. Support the BFE with a donation at https://linktr.ee/bestfilmeverpod Buy some BFE merch at https://my-store-b4e4d4.creator-spring.com/ Massive thanks to Lex Van Den Berghe for the use of 'Mistake' by Luckydog. Catch more from Lex's new band, The Maids of Honor at https://soundcloud.com/themaidsofhonor Also massive thanks to Moonlight Social for our age game theme song. You can catch more from them at https://www.moonlightsocialmusic.com/ Timestamps for this episode: 0:00 - Opening Banter 12:05 - Shoutouts 29:30 - Deep Dive 1:53:50 - Endgame
Special Guest, Andrew Morrell, joins your hosts Bryan Frye and Russell Guest for the Retro Movie Roundtable as they revisit Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991) [PG-13] Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, History Starring: Joey Cramer, Paul Reubens, Cliff De Young, Veronica Cartwright, Sarah Jessica Parker, Albie Whitaker, Matt Adler, Howard Hesseman, Robert Small, Jonathan Sanger, Iris Acker, Richard Liberty, Raymond Forchion Director: Kevin Reynolds Recoded on 2021-08-31
Recorded August 22, 2021 | Edited by Dylan We wrap up spotlight September a bit late with one of our favorite movies of all time: Kangaroo Jack. This movie played constant times in our dorm and now, hopefully, it can bring you the joy it has brought us. Kangaroo Jack is one of the most puzzling pieces of cinema ever and you'll find there's just as much good to it as there is bad. We talk our favorite line deliveries, jokes, and some behind-the-scenes shenanigans. How did this rated R movie become a PG family film? What happened to Adam McNally? And where is Louis' lucky jacket? All this and more on Bargain Binge - the last bastion of physical media and your wallet! Find Bargain Binge on the internet here: Website: bargainbingepod.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @BargainBingePod Instagram: @BargainBingePod Clips & Bonus Videos: YouTube T-Shirts & More: shop.bargainbingepod.com Stickers: PayPal
Welcome to the first Monday of October and it's time for Staff Picks! Once again, Val, Jake, and Tracy select three films and we discuss and recommend them to you. This month we all selected films that are G rated.Tracy picked the 1973 Disney classic Robin Hood. It's the retelling of the classic English tale of the scoundrel that robs from the rich to give to the poor. He also selected the Disney/Pixar film Ratatouille, and the 1982 cult classic The Last Unicorn.Val also selected Ratatouille because great minds think alike! She discussed the G film that many mommy bloggers want to be re-rated as PG, which is My Fair Lady. She also picked the 2008 Hayao Miyazaki film Ponyo about a goldfish princess that longs to become human.Jake selected the 1991 Disney classic Beauty and the Beast, the Dennis Quaid live action film The Rookie, and also selected a Miyazaki film in My Neighbor Totoro. The film centers on two young sisters who live in an old country house with their father and wait for their mother to recover from an illness. They encounter and befriend playful spirits.What are your thoughts on these films? Next week we kick off Classic Monster Movie month in honor of Halloween. We're excited to discuss some of these legends of the silver screen and may even have a special guest join us for an episode.Did you miss the video premier of this episode? Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and then click the little bell to receive notifications when we add a new video or go live.You can also follow our Facebook page so you can receive notifications for new audio or video of our episodes. Sometimes we are even live on Facebook, so you can give us feedback right then and there. It's pretty sweet.As always, thank you for listening, drive safe if you're tense, and for now, we won't see you at the movies… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For episode 122 of the Graduate Job Podcast I have a brilliant episode for you that is going to open your eyes to the graduate opportunities that are available to you with start-ups, as I am joined on the show by Kabir Bali co-founder of Jumpstart. Jumpstart has set up an innovative graduate scheme where you can apply to start-up firms with venture capital funding who are looking for great graduates, and as well as finding amazing roles with Jumpstart you also get the graduate scheme experience of a month of training and development, and also the social side of joining with a cohort of other people. And in today's episode, we delve into Jumpstart more generally and how you can apply. We go through the types of start-up firms that they work with, what they look for in candidates and how you can stand out at each stage of the process. We discuss how you can improve your CV, why you need to show not tell with it, and why you should definitely talk about any side hustles or university societies that you've been a part of. We also cover why you can expect at least £25k in each role, and normally some equity to boot as well. It's an informative episode and no matter the type of graduate job you have thought about applying to, from start-ups to global giants, it's an episode that you arent going to want to miss. As always you can find a full transcript including all of the show notes and links to everything, we discuss at https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/jumpstart/. MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: Who Jumpstart are and how you can apply The training and development you can expect with the Jumpstart programme How the application process works What they look for in candidates Why you need to show not tell with your CV How to impress in your interviews with start-ups Why talking about your side hustles is so important when you apply Why you can expect at least a salary of £25k and normally equity as well SELECTED LINKS INCLUDE: How to apply for Jumpstart - jumpstart-uk.com Kabir's top book recommendation – Subscribed by Tien Tzuo. Click to buy now and help support the show https://amzn.to/3isBkzi Kabir's website recommendation - Benedict Evans' website https://www.ben-evans.com/ Contact Kabir on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kabir-bali-5a3793136/ or email email@example.com Episode 82 – The Pros and cons of a graduate scheme https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/graduatescheme/ Episode 103 – Getting a graduate job with Capgemini - https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/capgemini/ Episode 115 with Jack on how he got 2 graduate jobs in accounting https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/jack/ Episode 116 with Callum and how he got a graduate job with P&G https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/callum/ Episode 117 with Athavan on getting a graduate job with PwC https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/athavan/ Episode 118 with Saffy on getting 2 training contracts with top law firms https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/saffy/ Episode 119 with Sibrah on how she got 5 graduate jobs https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/sibrah/ Sign up to ‘How to Get a Graduate Job' my proven step-by-step online course at https://howtogetagraduatejob.com/ Don't even think about applying for graduate jobs until you've read my free guide, ‘The 5 steps you must take before applying for graduate jobs'. Click here NOW. It will completely change the way you apply for jobs! Would you like a free 30-minute video coaching call? Simply select a time that works here https://calendly.com/gradjob/ We can go over your CV, application, or anything that you are struggling with.
Pool Guest co-host Hamish O'Glubbish arrives “in studio” (11:35) IL man dies after being bitten by rabid bat & refusing treatment (18:10) PG&E charged with manslaughter for Zogg Fire (22:15) John Hinkley Jr. released (33:20) Lauren Boebert caught misusing campaign funds/Marjorie Taylor Greene does what she does best…Screams at people in public (36:55) Biden - Generals testify contradicting the President/Major upcoming legislative votes/Obama (53:25) Tool announce 2022 tour/Coming to Moline, IL in March
Season 2 Ep 35 - *BONUS* Frankenweenie - 2012 - PG - 1 Hour 27 Minutes - Rewinders! Halloween Season is among us and this week we bring you TWO movies! First we chat about a new short film on Disney+ called Growing Fangs and then we jump into Frankenweenie - another Disney/Tim Burton/Danny Elfman project! It's Electrifying! Sparky and Victor remind us of the times we wish we could bring back those we have lost too soon. We piece together the stories of each school mate and their desire to be the best. rather than to live with love and kindness. Good lessons for us all are threaded throughout and we hope you join us as we explore the stop-motion world that we've come to know and love!
This week, Mac and Garrett continue on the trend of lists as they go through each of their Top 10 Power Forwards. This was a taller task compared to last week as the PF position is quite the opposite of the PG when it comes to depth.
Join your hosts Dustin Melbardis, Chad Robinson, and Bryan Frye for the Retro Movie Roundtable as they revisit Hero (2002) [PG-13] Genre: Martial Arts, History, Adventure, Action, Fighting Starring: Jet Li, Tony Chiu-Wai Leung, Maggie Cheung, Ziyi Zhang, Daoming Chen, Donnie Yen, Zhongyuan Liu, Tianyong Zheng, Yan Qin, Chang Xiao Yang, Yakun Zhang , Ma Wen Hua, Jin Ming, Xu Kuang Hua, Shou Xin Wang Director: Zhang Yimou Recoded on 2021-08-22
Welcome to our latest podcast and despite my efforts a couple of weeks ago everyone needs to be aware this week's show is not PG ... not even sure I could get away with it being a 12... this is 15 or higher for sure so if you are younger then please consider this your warning... s**t is about to get real. This week we discuss the current state of affairs by diving head first into fan comments from Instagram and Facebook..... with the occasional knock knock joke thrown in to keep it light. We hope as always you enjoy the show! For the final time; should you be interested in any of the amazing products from our current sponsor Manscaped here is a discount code which gives you money off AND free shipping! Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SNPOD at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod
Don Kellar, MS, REP, PG is the CEO and Founder of Fulcrum Resources Inc. is a full-service environmental and engineering consulting firm that specializes in real-estate due-diligence, surface and subsurface assessments, remediation, and property condition assessments.
In this episode, the creatives discuss pages 26-39 pages of Steven Pressfield's The War of Art. For this week, we talk over the following challenges: Pages 26-39 First impressions of the reading? Resistance and your mate: “Sometimes if we are not conscious of our own resistance we'll pick as a mate (or friend) someone who has or is successfully overcoming resistance.” Pg 29 -Have you seen this play out in your marriage, dating, friendships? Do you fall into the role of supported or supporting partner more often? Messages of resistance: Quote on pg 30 “resistance told me to write a novel” -Do you get messages from resistance when you are starting out on a project or throughout? What does resistance say to you? Write down three messages resistance tells you over and over. Then write down the counter truth to these message Consumer culture a form of resistance Pg 31 quote How can we funnel our consumer tendencies into our work if we can't avoid it entirely? Are artist dates a form of this? Consumer Culture: Consume something that encourages or enhances your art Criticism This is so prevalent in the arts and our culture in general. “Individuals who are realized in their own lives almost never criticize others.” Do you think this is true? Notice a moment when you are criticising (even in your head) someone else, turn it into a call to action for yourself. If you find our podcast helpful, we would really appreciate it if you rated and reviewed us! Checkout our website: https://www.coffeeandcreativesproject.com Checkout Beccah's Website: https://teaandtolandmonsters.wixsite.com/ttmon Checkout Christina's Website: https://www.oddmutations.com Checkout Nate's Band's Website: https://www.churchfolkmusic.com Checkout Noelle's Website: https://www.nmcmanusart.com To follow along with our journey and to get inspiration daily checkout our instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coffee_and_creatives/ If you have any questions or comments, we'd love to hear from you. You can contact us through email at
Hurricane Ida's destruction caused a record number of oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico; Today's children will face more climate disasters than their grandparents, new study warns; Senate GOP obstruction blocks disaster aid for hurricane victims; Biden EPA moves to cut powerful, climate-warming HFCs; PLUS: California utility PG&E faces new manslaughter felony charges in wildfire that killed four people... All that and more in today's Green News Report!
Lulu Loya Wu is the founder of Quietly Confident, a life coaching business where she helps women find peace with body image. She is a mom of three, an introvert, and an entrepreneur, so naturally we had a lot to talk about! We discuss self-care, growth and healing, and why it's so hard to break our patterns of clinging to things that don't fulfill us. And of course, Lulu explains how our own energy and mentality shapes how our kiddos learn to view themselves and their place in the world. You won't want to miss Lulu's wisdom and calming encouragement in this episode. To connect with Lulu, go to www.iamquietlyconfident.com or follow her on IG @iamquietlyconfident. As always, I'd love to hear from you! Subscribe, leave a review, or follow PG-ish on Instagram (@pgishparenting), or you can always find me at www.pgishparenting.com.
CP from Knicks Fan TV and JD Sports Talk recap the Knicks' 2021-22 Media Day. They break down the interviews from Julius Randle, Derrick Rose, R.J. Barrett, Kemba Walker and Evan Fournier and also take live phone call reactions from fans around the world. Timestamps: (0:00) Knicks Media Day 2021 Breakdown (10:10) Julius Randle reflects on Hawks series (18:01) Randle reacts to losing Bullock & Payton, adding Walker & Fournier (31:21 RJ) discusses Knicks offseason additions (42:15) Derrick Rose discusses decision to re-sign with Knicks (45:13) Rose declares Kemba starting PG! (59:11) Kemba reacts to Rose saying he's the starter! (1:18:00) Ice Water from Brooklyn talks Knicks vs. Nets media day (1:25:08) Should Knicks target KAT or Ben Simmons? (1:42:37) Ari from Manhattan closes the show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Are you wicked? Bad? Or just a little bit mad? As Greg would say to unckie Endicott, "Don't be mad!" Tyler and Emma watch the fifth episode "Mad Love" and talk about the themes of death scattered throughout the episode.CONTENT WARNING: This episode may contain strong language. We try to keep our podcast PG-13, but sometimes language slips through. Please be aware before letting young children listen alone.Follow us on Instagram and Twitter, both @keyframereframeEmail us questions or feedback at firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out our Redbubble store at https://www.redbubble.com/people/YipYipPodcast/shopFollow Tyler on Instagram and Twitter, both @tylerjon7Follow Emma on Instagram @emmaleighmyhreSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/airbenderpod)
Clippers media day means Clippers basketball is almost here! Reacting to the Clippers Media Day that featured a non-update on Kawhi, PG understanding his role as the #1, and a whole mess of wholesome moment, PLUS we react to the environmental stats for the Intuit Dome and PG and Kawhi hitting the Rams game Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Pulp-Pourri Theatre Season 1 Episode 11, Blood Has Sticky Fingers (NARADA RADIO COMPANY) In this "lost episode" of Pulp-Pourri Theatre from Season 1, first released in July 2014, we explore the espionage genre of pulp-fiction. This story by John Bard, adapted and directed by Pete Lutz, came from an issue of Spicy Adventure Stories, and it's definitely PG-13. Enjoy! CAST: ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala SANGRE BROWN: Andres Elizondo II PETRA: Debby Leal-Ramirez MESSENGER: Juan Perez OLD HARDHEAD: Bob Ericson SPECIAL FEATURES CAST: Stanhope Studge, Nick Wommack, Austin Hanna, Larry Hutchison, Lisa McGrew, Keane Lutz, Philboyd Studge
World War III commences with combined Soviet and South American forces invading the United States, causing a group of Colorado teens to take to the mountains to defend their town and their lives. Tune in as Chris chats up Alexander Haig, the ratings system, & jingoism as the LSCE screens the cult action classic- 1984's Red Dawn. Join Us! Check us out at www.LSCEP.com Subscribe, Like, & Review. Follow Us on Twitter @LsceP & on Instagram @ lsce_podcast Did you know we are on Amazon Music Now? I KNOW! Awesome, right? https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/c60fbdef-49de-4256-8d29-c5c0d0a4626d/I-Saw-It-On-Linden-Street Works Cited: Bart, Peter. “First Look: Famous Firings a Tough Ax to Follow.” Variety 416, no. 7 (2009): 2–2. Bart, Peter. 1997. "Inside Moves: Doing it McVeigh's Way." Variety (Archive: 1905-2000), Jun 16, 2-2, 52. https://www.proquest.com/magazines/inside-moves-doing-mcveighs-way/docview/1401405903/se-2?accountid=11578. Canby, Vincent. “FILM VIEW; COCKEYED AT ‘RED DAWN': REVIEW.” The New York Times. New York, N.Y: New York Times Company, 1984, Late Edition (East Coast) edition. Goldstein, Patrick (August 16, 1984). "'RED DAWN' IS MILIUS' KIND OF MOVIE: JOHN MILIUS". Los Angeles Times. p. i1 Higgins, Bill. “35 Years Ago, Red Dawn Ushered in the PG-13 Era.” The Hollywood reporter 425, no. 26 (2019): 72–72. Hill, Matthew B. “Revising (the) Resistance: American Guerrillas in Popular Film and Television.” Journal of popular culture 46, no. 6 (2013): 1289–1309. Karp, Alan. 1984. "RED DAWN." Boxoffice., Oct 01, R-118. https://www.proquest.com/magazines/red-dawn/docview/963010151/se-2?accountid=11578. KAUFFMAN, BILL. 2014. “John Milius: A Real Wolverine.” American Conservative 13 (3): 42. https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=f5h&AN=95853456&site=ehost-live&scope=site. Knight, Chris. “Spooning Charlie Sheen; War Is Hell, but Filming Red Dawn Was Pretty Rough, Too: Toronto Edition.” National Post (Toronto). Don Mills, Ont: Postmedia Network Inc, 2007. Maslin, Janet."FILM: 'RED DAWN,' ON WORLD WAR III". Nytimes.com. Archived from the original on October 18, 2017. Accessed, September 22, 2021. Rubenstein, Lenny. “Red Dawn.” Cinéaste. New York: Cineaste Publishers, Inc, 1984. 41-42 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lsce/message
In this "lost episode" of Pulp-Pourri Theatre from Season 1, first released in July 2014, we explore the espionage genre of pulp-fiction. This story by John Bard, adapted by Pete Lutz, came from an issue of Spicy Adventure Stories, and it's definitely PG-13. Enjoy! CAST: ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala SANGRE BROWN: Andres Elizondo II PETRA: Debby Leal-Ramirez MESSENGER: Juan Perez OLD HARDHEAD: Bob Ericson SPECIAL FEATURES CAST: Stanhope Studge, Nick Wommack, Austin Hanna, Larry Hutchison, Lisa McGrew, Keane Lutz, Philboyd Studge
NBA season preview The LA Clippers. Back for the second year in a row Robert Flom (@RichHomieFlom) managing editor of (213Hoops) graces us with all his clipper knowledge. We discuss is Terrrence Mann real, will we see Kawhi this season and should I lay some money down on PG for MVP and much more! If you like the show make sure to subscribe, rate, and review the ShawsLawPodcast everywhere you get podcasts. Follow @ShawsLawpodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shawslaw/support
For episode 121 of the Graduate Job Podcast I have a cracker for you that is going to completely change the way you send emails, as I am joined by business communications expert and best-selling author Kim Arnold who takes us through what you should, and more importantly what you should not be doing when you send job-related emails. In today's episode, we discuss the secrets to writing emails when applying for graduate jobs, and go through the hints and tips which will help you stand out from the crowd. We explore speculative emails for jobs, why most of them are so bad, and what you can do to make sure that the recruiter will sit up and pay attention to yours. We delve into why you need to stop thinking about what you want and instead focus on what the recruiter is going to care about when you send your email, and how thinking about a hamburger can help you do this…. yes, a hamburger. We explore that tricky topic of chasing recruiters for feedback, how to do it effectively, and crucially how long to wait so that you aren't coming across like a stalker. And Kim also shares how humour could be your secret weapon in getting a response as you look for a graduate job. It's a fun episode and no matter what job you are applying for, you are going to be sending emails, so it's not an episode that you will want to miss. As always you can find a full transcript including all of the show notes and links to everything we discuss at https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/email/ MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: The secrets to writing emails when applying for graduate jobs Email tips that will make you stand out from the crowd How to write a speculative job email that will get results Why most speculative emails for jobs don't work How thinking about a hamburger will help you get a graduate job Why a good email is all about the company, and not you How to effectively chase a recruiter for feedback on an interview How long to wait before chasing a recruiter? Why humour is so powerful when you are emailing recruiters SELECTED LINKS INCLUDE: Kim's brilliant book Email Attraction - https://amzn.to/3AJQNSB Check out Kim's website here - https://www.kimarnold.co.uk/ Episode 115 with Jack on how he got 2 graduate jobs in accounting https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/jack/ Episode 116 with Callum and how he got a graduate job with P&G https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/callum/ Episode 117 with Athavan on getting a graduate job with PwC https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/athavan/ Episode 118 with Saffy on getting 2 training contracts with top law firms https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/saffy/ Episode 119 with Sibrah on how she got 5 graduate jobs https://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/sibrah/ Sign up to ‘How to Get a Graduate Job'my proven step-by-step online course at https://howtogetagraduatejob.com/ Don't even think about applying for graduate jobs until you've read my free guide, ‘The 5 steps you must take before applying for graduate jobs'. Click here NOW. It will completely change the way you apply for jobs! Would you like a free 30-minute video coaching call? Simply select a time that works here https://calendly.com/gradjob/We can go over your CV, application, or anything that you are struggling with.
Most of the 70,000 survivors of wildfires sparked by PG&E equipment between 2015 and 2018, have yet to see any of the promised $13.5 billion settlement with the utility. Now, attorneys in a burgeoning wildfire litigation arena are working fast to hang their shingles in towns like Quincy and Susanville, where many wildfire evacuees -- trapped in motels or staying with friends-- try to figure out their next steps. The lawyers promise big settlements out of PG&E. But many families who once turned to these same lawyers after losing homes and loved ones to previous wildfires, still sleep in cars and trailers and are warning recent wildfire survivors to beware of unkept promises from the legal profession.
Rich reacts to the news that Lamar Jackson actually hurt his hip when doing that 100% completely unnecessary flip when scoring a rushing TD against the Chiefs on Monday Night, and weighs in on Urban Meyer's bumpy start to his NFL career and if the Jaguars' head coach would be better off going back to the college game, possibly taking the USC job. IndyCar Driver Graham Rahal drops by the studio to talk with Rich about the upcoming Long Beach Grand Prix, and to kick off their annual Ohio State-Michigan trash talk rivalry. ‘Brother from Another' Co-host Michael Smith tells Rich why he's not buying Doc Rivers' comments saying the 76ers want to keep Ben Simmons on the team after the Sixers' PG requested a trade. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
https://youtu.be/yXkgRoQbuUI Lift Heavy Run Long #212 got us back together and back on track after an extended break. We were fortunate enough to have our friend Derek Baker be willing to sit down and visit with us. Derek is a 20+ veteran of the Navy and spent a great deal of time in the bodybuilding/powerlifting space before a youtube video got him to thinking about what it would be like to run an ultra-marathon. Derek committed himself to running an ultra-marathon before he had even complete his first mile. He, admittedly, did not have any idea what he was doing and just decided to hit the bricks and start running. Derek signed up for a 50K and in 5-weeks had dropped almost 35 pounds and was carrying significantly less weight than his previous 250lb frame was use to carrying. Ever since his first ultra, he has been on a tear. Derek has finished 2- 100mile races (one of which was on a treadmill!). Just last week he completed the Barkley Fall Classic and has more races coming down the pipes. Often described as the humble and "PG" version of David Goggins, Derek's intensity, focus, kindness and humility are some of the things that make him such a jewel in the trail-running community. I am sure that you will enjoy our time that we spent with Derek just as much as we did!! Thanks for tuning it.
On today's Bachelor Recap we have the journalist, reporter, and writer, Elizabeth Wagmeister! On this episode we talk about an awkward date between Mari and Kenny (with some nasty tacos), a storm that sweeps paradise, and how far people are willing to go to get a rose. We also talk about how Paradise has changed season to season, the TRUE intentions of some of the contestants, and the INSIDER SCOOP on the next BACHELOR. Watch as we dive deep and brace the storm on this episode of Bachelor in Paradise Recap! “It's like a very PG orgy.” Please make sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode and as always send in your relationship questions to email@example.com to be a part of our Monday episodes. For merch please visit www.viallfiles.com today! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Hunt A Killer: http://www.huntakiller.com/VIALLFILES use code VIALLFILES for 20% off your first box. Vizzy: http://www.vizzyhardseltzer.com/VIALL to find out where to purchase. Episode Socials: @viallfiles @nickviall @EWagmeister See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's caller wants to recruit supporters on OnlyFans, but she doesn't provide “adult” services. Is it possible to use this platform for PG-related patronage? Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.