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Lykken on Lending
11-07-2022 Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis, Les Parker, Matt Graham, David Kittle, Alice Alvey, Allen Pollack, Marc Helm, and David Lykken

Lykken on Lending

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 39:32


The Lykken on Lending program will feature our Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis and his MBA Mortgage Minute, and then Les Parker's TMSpotlight, a macroeconomic perspective on the economy with a music parody. That leads to Matt Graham of MBS Live providing you a rate & market update, followed by David Kittle, Chief Executive Officer @ Cypress Mortgage Capital, to discuss mortgage originations. Then we have Alice Alvey of Union Home providing a regulatory & legislative update, then Allen Pollack giving us a Tech Report on the latest technology impacting our industry. Finally, we wrap up the first half of the program with Marc Helm, Senior Executive Partner @ Transformational Mortgage Solutions, talking about Loan Servicing and the “Agencies”.**Here is the link** to the request for information (RFI) on small mortgage lending, that Alice mentioned. Please use this link to submit a comment by 12/5/2022.

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
Episode 126 - Tootsie

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 86:35


A few years after Carley Cooper introduced Shawn to the 'GREATEST COMEDY OF ALL TIME' Some Like It Hot, the pair reunites to watch the '2ND GREATEST COMEDY OF ALL TIME' Tootsie. Is it really as funny as its esteemed reputation suggests, and why exactly are the American Film Institute's top two funniest films both about men dressing as women? All these questions and more will be answered! HOSTS Shawn Eastridge Carley Cooper

Missing Frames: Catching up with Cinema

A few years after Carley Cooper introduced Shawn to the 'GREATEST COMEDY OF ALL TIME' Some Like It Hot, the pair reunites to watch the '2ND GREATEST COMEDY OF ALL TIME' Tootsie. Is it really as funny as its esteemed reputation suggests, and why exactly are the American Film Institute's top two funniest films both about men dressing as women? All these questions and more will be answered!HOSTSShawn EastridgeCarley Cooper

Lykken on Lending
10-31-2022 Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis, Les Parker, Matt Graham, David Kittle, Alice Alvey, Allen Pollack, Marc Helm, and David Lykken

Lykken on Lending

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 43:23


The Lykken on Lending program will feature our Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis and his MBA Mortgage Minute, and then Les Parker's TMSpotlight, a macroeconomic perspective on the economy with a music parody. That leads to Matt Graham of MBS Live providing you a rate & market update, followed by David Kittle, Chief Executive Officer @ Cypress Mortgage Capital, to discuss mortgage originations. Then we have Alice Alvey of Union Home providing a regulatory & legislative update, then Allen Pollack giving us a Tech Report on the latest technology impacting our industry. Finally, we wrap up the first half of the program with Marc Helm, Senior Executive Partner @ Transformational Mortgage Solutions, talking about Loan Servicing and the “Agencies”.

Align Podcast
Gerald Pollack: Does Water Have Memory, The Importance Of H3O2 For Our Bodies And Whether Everything We Know About Water Is True

Align Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 109:41 Very Popular


In this episode of Align Podcast with Gerald Pollack, we talk all about the different types of water and whether water can have memory. Gerald tells us about the ‘fourth phase' of water and how this relates to the research between water and DNA. We also discuss how important easy water is for us and how this can increase the energy in our bodies. We question everything we know to be true about water and whether what we have been taught by textbooks is truly accurate.  Gerald Pollack received his PhD in biomedical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 1968. He then joined the University of Washington faculty and is now a professor of Bioengineering. He is also the Founding Editor-in-Chief of the journal, WATER, convener of the Annual Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water, and Executive Director of the Institute for Venture Science. His interests have ranged broadly, from biological motion and cell biology to the interaction of biological surfaces with aqueous solutions. His 1990 book, Muscles and Molecules: Uncovering the Principles of Biological Motion, won an “Excellence Award” from the Society for Technical Communication. His 2001 book, Cells, Gels and the Engines of Life, and his newest book, The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor won that Society's “Distinguished Award,” their highest distinction. The latter book went on to receive the World Summit Excellence Award. Pollack received an honorary doctorate in 2002 from Ural State University in Ekaterinburg, Russia, and was more recently named an Honorary Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and foreign member and Academician of the Srpska Academy. He received the Biomedical Engineering Society's Distinguished Lecturer Award in 2002. In 2008, his colleagues chose him as the recipient of his university's highest annual distinction: the UW Faculty Lecturer Award. Pollack is a Founding Fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering and a Fellow of both the American Heart Association and the Biomedical Engineering Society. He received an NIH Director's Transformative R01 Award. He was the 2012 recipient of the Prigogine Medal for thermodynamics of dissipative systems, and in 2014 he received the Scientific Excellence Award from the World Academy of Neural Therapy, as well as the Dinsdale Prize from the Society for Scientific Exploration. He has presented two TEDx talks on water. In 2015, he won the BrandLaureate Award, previously bestowed on notables such as Nelson Mandela, Hillary Clinton and Steve Jobs. In 2016 he was awarded the Emoto Inaugural Peace Prize, and more recently the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Chappell Natural Philosophy Society. He appears briefly in the 2016 Travis Rice sports-action film, The Fourth Phase, named after his recent book. And, he is included in the 2019 listing, OOOM Magazine, as one of the “World's 100 Most Inspiring People.” In 2020, he presented his work at the “Majlis” by invitation from the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, at his Royal Palace. Thank you to our sponsors: Melin: To get 20% off your purchase, go to www.melin.com/align PaleoValley: Use code ALIGN during checkout for 15% off at: paleovalley.com/align BiOptimizers: Use code ALIGN10 during checkout to save 10% on Magnesium Breakthrough: nootopia.com/aligngenius Kion: To save 20% on monthly deliveries or 10% on one-time purchases go to: getkion.com/align

Lykken on Lending
10-24-2022 Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis, Les Parker, Matt Graham, David Kittle, Alice Alvey, Allen Pollack, Marc Helm, and David Lykken

Lykken on Lending

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 40:59


The Lykken on Lending program will feature our Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis and his MBA Mortgage Minute, and then Les Parker's TMSpotlight, a macroeconomic perspective on the economy with a music parody. That leads to Matt Graham of MBS Live providing you a rate & market update, followed by David Kittle, Chief Executive Officer @ Cypress Mortgage Capital, to discuss mortgage originations. Then we have Alice Alvey of Union Home providing a regulatory & legislative update, then Allen Pollack giving us a Tech Report on the latest technology impacting our industry. Finally, we wrap up the first half of the program with Marc Helm, Senior Executive Partner @ Transformational Mortgage Solutions, talking about Loan Servicing and the “Agencies”. CHECK OUT:**MBA Annual Convention & Expo in Nashville Oct. 23-26 *STARTS TODAY*

Book and Film Globe Podcast
BFG Podcast #077: 'Black Adam,' 'Ticket to Paradise,' 'Decision to Leave,' and Annie Ernaux

Book and Film Globe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 35:34


We go high and we go low on this edition of the BFG Podcast. Let's start with contributor Michael Washburn, in to discuss his "nuanced" take on Annie Ernaux, the French writer who won the Nobel Prize for Literature this year. Washburn praises Ernaux's spare, deeply-personal, highly-emotional novels. But he also wonders if she might be more emblematic of a certain style of French writing than an actual master herself. He has high words for other French writers who take a broader, more global perspective. Host Neal Pollack says "what about Michel Houllebecq"? But he's about as likely to win a Nobel Prize as Jordan Peterson is. C'est bon!Our brows remain elevated with a discussion of 'Decision To Leave,' a new romantic thriller/film noir homage from Korean director Park Chan-Wook. Contributor Omar Gallaga and editor Neal Pollack marvel at the film's shifting perspectives, unique camera angles, and moral ambiguity, while also making sure to let us know that the movie isn't boring. There are chase scenes and murders. A highly-recommended film for us, and a possible Oscar contender.You can't say the same thing about 'Ticket to Paradise,' and 'Black Adam,' the two big hits of last weekend. Critic Sara Stewart saw 'Ticket to Paradise' and "laughed exactly once." That's not very many times. And it's about the same number of times that Pollack laughed during 'Black Adam.' 'Ticket' does not take full advantage of its stars, George Clooney and Julia Roberts, while 'Black Adam' takes FULL advantage of The Rock. If you want to see The Rock bulge out of a Spandex suit, this is your dream movie. Also, Hawkman is in it, for all you Hawkman fans. It won't win any awards except for maybe the odd Razzie. But it will make a lot of money.Enjoy the show!

Third Fridays
Episode 61: Onboarding the Onboard/PAR System

Third Fridays

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 33:24


Christian Sison (https://loisllc.com/attorney/christian-sison/) hosts another episode of the Third Fridays podcast, welcoming Senior Associate and construction industry wizard Noah Pollack (https://loisllc.com/attorney/noah-pollack/) to the show. The two look back at the now 5-month old system and discuss the advantages and disadvantages for all stakeholders in New York Workers' Compensation. “Due process is important, even in Comp,” says Pollack. Have a listen! What is “Third Fridays”? "Third Fridays" podcast is a live, 30-minute legal talk show from Lois Law Firm (https://loisllc.com/) featuring moderator Christian Sison (https://loisllc.com/attorney/christian-sison/). It is the original forum in which real attorneys discuss workers' compensation issues, share their opinions and engage in colorful conversations. The goal of the show is to showcase the diverse perspectives of the attorneys handling workers' compensation cases. Attorneys discuss case law trends, practical litigation strategies, and hot topics. Special Guest: Noah Pollack.

Love Your Work
290. Leonardo Mind, Raphael World

Love Your Work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 15:11


The world expects us to be Raphaels, but some of us are Leonardos. Don't hold your Leonardo mind to Raphael standards, because this Raphael world would be nothing without Leonardo minds. There's an inscription in the Pantheon in Rome that says, “Here lies that famous Raphael by whom Nature feared to be conquered while he lived.” In other words, Raphael was such an amazing painter, Nature was supposedly shaking in her boots, afraid he would learn all her tricks. (Ironically, Raphael's remains are sealed away in a sarcophagus, where Nature can't get to them. Who's afraid of who?) But Nature had nothing to fear. Raphael could not outdo her. As Raphael was being buried, the painter Nature should have feared lay hundreds of miles to the north, in a little church on the grounds of the King of France's chateau. Raphael the young phenom, Leonardo, the old has-been Several years before Raphael's early death, he was getting paid thousands of ducats to paint one fresco after another in the Vatican. Meanwhile, the aging Leonardo da Vinci was nearby, living off a meager 33 ducat-a-month stipend, not doing much of importance. The pope had tried hiring him to paint something, but ended up frustrated, saying, “This man will never get anything done!” When the prolific art patron, Elizabeth d'Este, who had hounded Leonardo for a portrait for decades, came to visit Rome, she didn't bother getting in touch with Leonardo. He was a has-been, who couldn't be counted on to follow through. Who was she there to see? The young phenom, Raphael. Raphael was very similar to Leonardo, but also very different. His most important difference was that he was a master executor. If you hired Raphael, he got the job done. He also had been raised in the workshop of his father, a court painter for a Duke, so Raphael was refined and well-mannered. He knew how to schmooze with nobility. He had the connections that came along with that background, and could get a letter of recommendation from one powerful person to another with ease. Leonardo, on the other hand, was born out of wedlock – which made him “illegitimate” at the time – and didn't get much education. While he had gained a reputation as a brilliant engineer and architect, he had also gained a reputation as an unreliable painter. Raphael: A reliable Leonardo As Raphael continued his career as the pope's wunderkind, Leonardo worked his way north. He left yet another project unfinished in Milan, then impressed King Francis I enough to be invited to join him at the Chateau d'Amboise, as the official painter, architect, and court pageantry designer. While a gig with the King of France wasn't the worst thing in the world, it was a step down from what Leonardo could have been doing if he hadn't been reputed as someone who couldn't get things done. The pope and all the nobles in all the principalities of Italy just watched him go. He'd never return again. While Raphael had some clear advantages that helped his career advance, he couldn't have done it without the ways he and Leonardo were similar. The frescoes being painted by the young Raphael – such as his most-famous School of Athens – were exactly the kinds of projects Leonardo would have been great for, if only he could have been counted on to finish them. In fact, there was no person in the world to whom Raphael owed his own painting style more than Leonardo. When it came to painting, Raphael was mostly a reliable Leonardo. Raphael's “Leonardo period” Art historians call the years during which Raphael spent a lot of time in Florence his “Florence period.” But they might as well call them his “Leonardo period.” That's the four years during which Raphael's work started looking less like that of his mentor, Perugino, and more like that of his idol, Leonardo. During Raphael's Florence period, Leonardo was in a public face-off with another young phenom, Michelangelo. Leonardo had been commissioned to paint a battle scene in the Florence Council Hall. As usual, the first deadline came and went. Meanwhile, Michelangelo had done such a great job with his David statue, the council decided it would be a great idea to have him paint a battle scene, too. It was a pretty awkward situation for Leonardo. He was already struggling to finish, and a committee of which he had been a part had gone against his recommendation for a less-conspicuous location and put the David right outside the entrance of the council hall. Michelangelo was an arrogant prick who openly taunted Leonardo for his past failures, and now Leonardo had to walk through the shadow of Michelangelo's latest triumph to get to his mural. Oh, and Michelangelo's battle scene mural was directly across the room from his. By all accounts at the time, this was a painting competition – a battle of battle scenes. Leonardo wasn't competitive by nature, but this was supposedly going to motivate him to finish his mural. Today, we might say putting Leonardo in this position was pretty machiavellian. Which is ironic, because it was arranged with the help of none other than the inventor of machiavellianism, the council's secretary, Niccolò Machiavelli. Once word of this painting battle traveled outside Florence, young artists traveled to Florence to witness it. One of those artists: Raphael – armed with a letter of recommendation from the mother of the future Duke of Urbino to the leader of the Florentine Republic, stating that the twenty-one year-old was “greatly gifted…sensible and well-mannered.” It's during this “Florence period” that Raphael's work changed dramatically. It started to look as if he might know a thing or two about anatomy, he started aping Leonardo's smokey sfumato technique, and drawing contorted, muscular men in the heat of battle. He learned a bit watching Michelangelo, but he learned a lot watching Leonardo. As it turned out, neither Leonardo nor Michelangelo finished his mural. For Michelangelo, it wasn't a big deal. He got summoned to Rome, where he eventually painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling. Leonardo, however, had more of his career behind him than ahead of him. Yet another public failure meant he never got another public commission. So while Leonardo, in his sixties, was wandering around Europe, chasing what work he could, Raphael, in his early thirties, was getting showered with high-paying papal commissions, as a more-reliable Leonardo. The rise and fall of Raphael These days, we admire Leonardo more than we do Raphael, but that wasn't always the case. That Raphael is one of the few people entombed in the palace of the gods, alongside kings, is testament to his popularity when he died. Heck, at his funeral, the pope kissed his hand. Around 1800, the church in which Leonardo was buried was destroyed in the French Revolution. Nobody bothered to try to recover Leonardo's remains. They were mixed in with everyone else's and forgotten. Meanwhile, Raphael was as popular as ever. If you take a peek at Google Ngram, you see a sharp increase in mentions of Raphael around that time. For hundreds of years after Raphael's death, he was considered the quintessential painter of the High Renaissance. The art academies around Europe, who controlled the opinion of what was or wasn't good art, built their curricula around studying the work of Raphael. But as the influence of art academies crumbled in the late 1800s with the rise of Impressionism, so too did crumble the reverence for Raphael. Meanwhile, Leonardo has risen in popularity over the centuries. Today, if you want to find a good book on Leonardo, you have lots of choices. Raphael, not so much. The probable cause of this rise in popularity and the probable cause of Leonardo's struggles with follow-through are one in the same: Nature had more reason to fear Leonardo than Raphael. Leonardo's massive iceberg Through the centuries after Leonardo's death, his notes began to resurface. They had been inherited by someone who was supposed to compile and publish them, but were so numerous and disorganized, that was a nearly impossible task. His notes ended up collated and bound into individual notebooks, scattered amongst collectors around Europe. One notebook was found as recently as the 1960s, hiding in plain sight in Madrid, in the collection of the library. These notebooks have revealed that for Leonardo, painting a picture was about much more than painting a picture. When Raphael did an anatomy study, it was all about knowing how the skin on the surface of the body was shaped by the muscles underneath. The only purpose was to mimic Nature, on a superficial level. For Leonardo, an anatomy study was about much more. He didn't just want to know what muscles were under the skin. He wanted to also know which muscles were engaged by which movements, or which nerves activated by which emotions. As a painter, there was no reason for Leonardo to know what the human heart looked like, or how it worked. Yet Leonardo made observations about the heart that would have advanced science by centuries, had they been published. Leonardo searched, Raphael found As I talked about on episodes 105 and 288, economist David Galenson would say Raphael was a conceptual innovator, while Leonardo was an experimental one. To Leonardo, there was no such thing as irrelevant information. In the course of researching how to paint something, he might make a new discovery about anatomy, metallurgy, geology, or some other field, that would set him down a different path. The art historian Eugene Garin thought, based upon Leonardo's many thousands of pages of notes, that he was trying to compile a treatise of all human knowledge. Leonardo wasn't studying Nature just so he could paint it convincingly – he was trying to understand all of Nature. Raphael didn't have to explore all aspects of the world. He merely had to copy the result of Leonardo's thinking. Galenson told me, “It's what conceptual innovators do, it turns out.” Conceptual innovators take an idea, and make it their own. It's what Picasso did with the work of Cézanne, what Warhol did with the work of Pollack, what Hemingway did with the work of Stein and Twain. The projects Leonardo pursued were impossible to finish Leonardo's experimental approach meant his paintings were never finished. He was always discovering something new, so he was constantly revising. For example, after one of his anatomy studies, he realized he had painted some neck muscles wrong, so he went back and repainted them thirty years after the fact. He did the bulk of his work on the Mona Lisa during four years, but moved it around for fifteen, making finishing touches until a paralyzed hand rendered him unable. The patron never got their painting, Leonardo never collected payment, and the Mona Lisa was still collecting dust in his studio when he died. This experimental, iterative approach extended to Leonardo's materials and methods, and made it even more difficult for him to follow through. The best-practice method of painting murals in fresco required laying down plaster and painting on it before it dried and literally set itself in stone. It wasn't great for Leonardo's blurry-edged painting style, and it made iteration impossible. He couldn't lay down dozens of layers of paint over the course of years, as he did with the Mona Lisa. By the time Leonardo was painting his battle scene in the Florence Council Hall, his famous Last Supper was already fading and flaking, thanks to his resistance to painting in the reliable fresco technique. Not satisfied with adapting his style to this technique, Leonardo instead experimented once again on his battle-scene mural. He was almost finished, before the fire he was using to set colors got too close, destroying his work. This Raphael world is nothing without Leonardos Historically, the world rewards Raphaels. It rewards the ability to formulate a plan, follow through, collect payment and prestige, and move on. So, the world trains us to be Raphaels. Why do we follow a curriculum and fill out bubbles on standardized tests with #2 pencils? Because our teacher already knows the answer. They know the answer so well, they've programmed a computer to grade the test, and it'll get confused if you use a #3 pencil. But for the curriculum to be designed to make Raphaels, we first need Leonardos. We need people who explore and experiment. We need them to ask questions that might not have answers, and to come up with new questions nobody ever thought of. That's not a straightforward process. It's messy and disorganized, and it would cause any Raphael to pull their hair out. When you don't always find answers, and the answers you do find lead to new questions, you don't always finish. The days of the Raphaels of the world are numbered. If somebody already knows the process, already knows the answer, we don't need Raphael. A computer or machine can follow a process. Raphael knew this. Once his fame was established, he milked it for all it was worth. His later frescoes were painted by his staff of assistants in the largest workshop of the High Renaissance. He licensed his drawings to a printmaker, who sold copies of his work. As it becomes harder to make it as a Raphael, it's becoming easier to make it as a Leonardo. I think Leonardo would have been a great blogger. He wouldn't have to collect and document all knowledge, then rely on an heir to collate, typeset, and publish his life's work on expensive parchment. He could instead write and publish one note at a time, gradually building his treatise of human knowledge. He wouldn't have to wander around Europe looking for patrons – he could get them without leaving his home. If you're a Leonardo, don't bother being a Raphael If you're a Leonardo mind, don't fall into the trap of evaluating yourself by the standards of the Raphael world. There's a reason why the Raphaels are so good at getting it done: Their task is simpler. Don't beat yourself up by your inability to plan and carry out a vision no one could reasonably execute on their first attempt. Instead, find a way to explore in public, one little project at a time, building up into your grand masterpiece. Leonardo's remains were forgotten for sixty years. Some scientist, perhaps motivated by the gradual resurfacing of the notes revealing Leonardo's genius, gathered together some bones he figured were those of the master. They're in a tomb in a chapel on the grounds of the chateau, and it's one of the top attractions in Amboise. Are they actually Leonardo's bones? Probably not. His remains are probably where they should be – not sealed away in some sarcophagus, but one with Nature. Thank you for having me on your podcasts! Thank you to Costa Michailidis for having me on the InnovationBound podcast. As always, you can find interviews of me on my interviews page. About Your Host, David Kadavy David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start and Design for Hackers. Through the Love Your Work podcast, his Love Mondays newsletter, and self-publishing coaching David helps you make it as a creative. Follow David on: Twitter Instagram Facebook YouTube Subscribe to Love Your Work Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Stitcher YouTube RSS Email Support the show on Patreon Put your money where your mind is. Patreon lets you support independent creators like me. Support now on Patreon »     Show notes: https://kadavy.net/blog/posts/leonard-mind-raphael-world/

Lykken on Lending
10-17-2022 Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis, Les Parker, Matt Graham, David Kittle, Alice Alvey, Allen Pollack, Marc Helm, and David Lykken

Lykken on Lending

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 47:01


The Lykken on Lending program will feature our Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis and his MBA Mortgage Minute, and then Les Parker's TMSpotlight, a macroeconomic perspective on the economy with a music parody. That leads to Matt Graham of MBS Live providing you a rate & market update, followed by David Kittle, Chief Executive Officer @ Cypress Mortgage Capital, to discuss mortgage originations. Then we have Alice Alvey of Union Home providing a regulatory & legislative update, then Allen Pollack giving us a Tech Report on the latest technology impacting our industry. Finally, we wrap up the first half of the program with Marc Helm, Senior Executive Partner @ Transformational Mortgage Solutions, talking about Loan Servicing and the “Agencies”. CHECK OUT:**MBA Annual Convention & Expo in Nashville Oct. 23-26The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve by G. Edward Griffin

We Would Be Dead
An interview with Author Jesse Pollack (Jeannette DePalma Bonus)

We Would Be Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 105:20


In this special episode Holly and Leslie speak with co author of the book Death on The Devil's Teeth Jesse P. Pollack. Jesse is an author, a documentary film maker, a writer for Weird NJ and an all around smart and interesting guy. Please enjoy this eye opening look behind the scenes at that it takes to unravel the truth, when it's spend years tangled up in rumors and lies.  This interview deals with the still unsolved 1972 murder of 16 year old Springfield NJ resident Jeannette DePalma. Jeannette went missing on August 7th 1972, just another runaway according to the police. We've seen this all before, but when Jeannette's decomposing body turned up 6 weeks later atop a large and perilous rock formation in the local quarry known as "the devil's teeth", people began to wonder, had Jeannette been murdered, or sacrificed? Click the link below to pick up a copy of Jesse Pollack and Mark Moran's definitive exploration of Jeannette DePalma's case today, and listen to the Devil's Teeth podcast wherever your podcasts are found.  Death on the Devil's Teeth   WWBD Merch Buy your WWBD swag here!  Join the Conversation       

The Carnivore Yogi Podcast
How the water inside of your body is the key to your health and energy levels: Dr Gerald Pollack

The Carnivore Yogi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 86:18 Very Popular


Let's talk structured water outside of the body and inside of the body - H302! Dr. Gerald Pollack - the author of “The Fourth Phase of Water”. We will talk about how to build more EZ water inside your body - how it gives you energy & the science behind structured water! This episode is sponsored by VivaRays - code YOGI to save 15% https://vivarays.com/carnivoreyogi This episode is sponsored by Optimal Carnivore “CarnivoreY” to receive 10% off all products- Brain Nourish - https://amzn.to/3liaNFN Grassfed Organ Meat Complex https://amzn.to/3Dp1R9e Grassfed Beef liver https://amzn.to/3clgONz This episode is sponsored by Upgraded Formulas - code YOGI12 or YOGI to save on anything from Upgraded Formulas - https://www.upgradedformulas.com/?rfsn=4637317.2071db5&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4637317.2071db5 My cold therapy course - https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/offers/wrMnowbH Winter is coming course - https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/offers/vxxyWXDb Donate to Dr Pollack's lab - - https://www.pollacklab.org (email me for larger donations - sarah@sarahkleinerwellness.com ) Code PODCAST to save 10% on my courses - https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/store TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Beginning 3:00 Beginning 3:30 Introduction & about Dr. Pollack's 4th phase of water book 4:48 Why we are wrongly focusing on ATP & how water is actually an energy source 8:00 How structured water contains energy 9:36 How much water does our body actually contain? 11:48 Dr Pollack's work on water inside the body 13:55 Why Dr. Pollack's work is considered “controversial” & a lot of water science has been suppressed 21:06 WiFi and the damaging effects on water 23:50 Why Dr. Pollack doesn't have a cell phone 26:30 Creating structured water & Dr. Pollack's thoughts 29:20 The Fourth Phase of Water & the general idea of the book - paradigms of water! 35:16 How sunlight actually energizes the water inside the body - more on infrared light 39:40 How sauna helps us build water/energy in the body 41:12 Cold therapy and building water/energy in the body 44:12 Grounding & earthing and building water/energy in the body 49:40 Magnets and water studies 53:50 Why drinking structured water is very high on the list for health 58:30 Cancer cells and EZ water - what causes cancer and how to potentially prevent cancer 1:04:55 Water and consciousness 1:08:00 The importance of science and water 1:14:00 Topics that Dr. Pollack is exploring in his new books 1:21:00 The danger that Dr. Pollack's lab is experiencing of being shut down and how you can help

Lykken on Lending
10-10-2022 Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis, Les Parker, Matt Graham, David Kittle, Alice Alvey, Allen Pollack, Marc Helm, and David Lykken

Lykken on Lending

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 46:53


The Lykken on Lending program will feature our Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis and his MBA Mortgage Minute, and then Les Parker's TMSpotlight, a macroeconomic perspective on the economy with a music parody. That leads to Matt Graham of MBS Live providing you a rate & market update, followed by David Kittle, Chief Executive Officer @ Cypress Mortgage Capital, to discuss mortgage originations. Then we have Alice Alvey of Union Home providing a regulatory & legislative update, then Allen Pollack giving us a Tech Report on the latest technology impacting our industry. Finally, we wrap up the first half of the program with Marc Helm, Senior Executive Partner @ Transformational Mortgage Solutions, talking about Loan Servicing and the “Agencies”. CHECK OUT:**MBA Annual Convention & Expo in Nashville Oct. 23-26Chief Compliance Officer position, this person can work remotely anywhere in the US. You can send your CV or resume to recruit@tms-advisors.com09-29-2022 Right-Sizing Your Business With David Kittle, Howard Nathan, And Stephen Chapman

One Radio Network
10.10.22 Wilson Phil

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 74:52


ORN Phil Wilson show notes 10/10/22 Has sold Relax Far Infrared Saunas for 21 years. His pinnacle product. Also sells massage tools. Find me a way to find sweat and fever and I will cure disease – Hippocrates. Sauna benefits: lowers high blood pressure, tension, anxiety, and pain; relaxes. Feels like grandma giving a loving hug. Testing shows Relax Far Infrared Radiation raises body temp significantly more than other saunas. 4.2 ° in 1 hour, 98° to 101° in 25 minutes. Improves heart rate variability. Other saunas use carbon panels, which don't have enough of the correct wavelength to have the impact the Relax FIR does. Relax FIR is made by an electrical company in Taiwan. Engineered to cause all cells to resonate with water molecules. Want a vibration between 4-14 microns. We are far infrared light beings. FIR is absorbed and all the molecules dance, which raises internal body temp. A hyperthermia device whose only purpose is to increase body temperature. Active ingredient in sauna is the loving light. Between 4-14 microns is unique to Relax. Get 4 to 9 times more energy than other saunas. Relax FIR significantly increases body temp more than other saunas, including other FIR brands and Finnish saunas. Pollack says the body creates the fourth phase of water with the Relax FIR sauna. More pure water, more spiritual purification. Reddit commenter says Relax FIR gives more value. You feel differently with the Relax FIR. Best sauna to use if following with a cold shower. Any benefit from going from hot sauna to cold shower and then back to the sauna and cold shower? Yes, do sauna 20 minutes at a time, shower, and do this 3 times. Need to take extra electrolytes? A wise principle. To lose the bad guys, sometimes you lose the good guys. Showering doesn't penetrate the body and cleanse, but light does. Relax sauna brings joy. Feel relaxed and energized. People don't report that after using wooden saunas. Took 10 years to design the semi computer chip technology. Designed to filter out NIR and mid infrared. These don't cause the body to resonate. There are look-alikes on Amazon. Relax is only truly portable that will fit in a small carrying bag. Silver on the tent causes rays to reflect back and bounce around. Relax sauna cleanses every cell of the body, like a washing machine cleanses very fiber of clothing. Science on Finnish saunas used 4-7 times a week had healthier hearts, showed it was healthy for pregnant women. Through electricity, it's the best we can do to have divine love in a box. The Relax FIR will mobilize lymphatic, get toxins out of the body, increase microcirculation, get rid of pain and swelling and inflammation, activate parasympathic nervous system, flood body with oxygen, and destroys Lyme. Activates mitochondria because it increases oxygen which increases energy. Researcher found average increase in oxygen in muscles was 48% with Relax FIR. Heavy metals in sweat from Finnish sauna and other brands of FIR had less toxins compared to after Relax FIR.

HALO Talks
Episode #361: Amira Pollack, Struct Club, CEO

HALO Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 25:35


Struct Club brings structure to music-inspired fitness instruction. By providing software for gyms, studios, and their instructors, Struct Club's simple app & unrivaled programming database streamline the entire process of delivering impeccable group exercise classes.     In 2018, Amira incorporated Struct Club out of Harvard Business School, where she both got her MBA and began teaching indoor cycling classes at their gym. Coming from a prior career in enterprise software, she found that instructors lacked a modern tool to 'hit play & go' with facility-standard workout plans, playlists, and coaching scripts.    "There should be an app for this," she thought. Class intelligence should be shared, and even predictive of individual styles based on personal preferences. Pollack continued, "Everybody deserves a great experience. That's what we want to provide as an industry. Losing 60% of our clients in one week, for example? That's just a disastrous business problem."   Today, Struct Club's app is known by thousands of instructors in over 60 countries as their "karaoke machine" for class. But under the hood, Struct Club has a killer data engine that can fully automate a SoulCycle-esque DJ-ing & choreography process for a gym, studio, or club according to their own unique method, brand style, & rules.   Check out Struct Club's quick Overview Deck for owners, franchisors, &/or decision-making operators. Click here to download transcript. 

Clinton Baptiste’s Paranormal Podcast

Season 5 - Episode 34: P - P - P - Podcast 34!!! Namaste friends. Another Friday, another bloody paranormal podcast – and we've got plenty in store for you all. So get comfy, relax, and get ready for the spookiness that is… Episode 34. Stick the bloody spooky music on already Linda! Linda ‘lightweight' Pollack is back and she's feeling slightly ‘delicate'. Unlike Linda, I've given up the drink – and it's all for you lot! I've given it up to fit into my snazzy tour outfits… you're welcome. We talk nights out, odd couples, and beer fear - Do let us know of any beer fear stories you have – especially if it's led to anything spooky! You guessed it – the P…P…Public Service Section is back. This time we hear from Claire, a nurse, who has a haunted hospital story that I bet is going to leave you with a few goosebumps – we get Claire on the phone, and she shares her most spooky encounters and BLIMEY, she's seen some flipping scary things… And I spent some time with Comedian, Jack Campbell, this week! He tells us all about when he lived in a Victorian house with his EX-girlfriend – she was obsessed with having a spooky house – and poor Jack got barely any sleep! I couldn't have started the tour and not of had Ramone on the show! I managed to get some backstage footage from our show in Chorley – and as you can all imagine, Ramone was his happy, bubbly, wonderful self… NOT. All this plus your ‘spooky' skype calls, costume fittings, and of course a Barry white sing out… Fading now… Fading… Thanks to: Katherine Boyle Claire Grand Jack Campbell Lewis MacLeod & Brendan O'Hea Podcast producer extraordinaire Laurie Peters at Peters-Fox ----- Clinton Baptiste appears courtesy of Goodnight Vienna Productions -----     By signing up to www.patreon.com/clintonbaptiste you hear this podcast ad-free each week, that's ONE WHOLE WEEK before anyone else - and a whole lot MORE including access to my CLINTON BAPTISTE TV™ SHOW every single month!     Remember to send in your own DECENT spooky story by calling my spooky story hotline on 01892 711198 - and leave a message or email me clinton@clintonbaptiste.com     TO SEE CLINTON AND RAMONE LIVE ON TOUR ALL OVER THE UK FROM SEPT- DEC 2022 go to https://www.clintonbaptiste.com/live     Get your own Clinton ringtones, LIVE video recordings and more on kofi https://ko-fi.com/clintonbaptiste/shop Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Light Diet
TLD 18: Dr. Jerry Pollack

The Light Diet

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 85:09


Jerry Pollack is a scientist recognized worldwide as a dynamic speaker and author, whose passion lies in plumbing the depths of natural truths. ​He received the 1st Emoto Peace Prize and is a recipient of the University of Washington's highest honor, the Annual Faculty Lecturer Award. He is founding Editor-in-Chief of the research journal WATER and Director of the Institute for Venture Science. Dr. Pollack's (award-winning) books include: The Fourth Phase of Water (2013), and Cells, Gels, and the Engines of Life (2001).

Main Street Moxie
Episode 20: Rachel Doriss

Main Street Moxie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 48:30


Rachel has a designer's moxie. Her creativity and observation skills serve her in life and in her career in textiles. A college class field trip allowed her to imagine a professional path working with fabric and weaving, a craft she lovingly pursued as a child with her grandmother. She finds inspiration in the smallest places and sets her moxie sights always higher, one ladder rung at a time, building on what she has created for herself and her family. Rachel, the Design Director for Pollack, has textile design in her DNA. She created her first official textile pattern in third grade–splatter-painted curtains made from old sheets. Her high school graduation present—a new sewing machine—offers another clue to her early textile passions, as did the uniquely personal clothing it helped her create.She studied printmaking and painting and even taught batik workshops when she first entered college at Umass Amherst. In the Textile Design department at the Rhode Island School of Design, she realized the practical application of her beloved woven and printed textile techniques. Rachel first worked in the fashion industry, including designing printed silk scarves at Echo before joining the Pollack Studio in 2000. In 2007, she was appointed Vice President, Associate Design Director. She took the helm as Pollack's Design Director in 2012, overseeing the Studio and guiding the creative vision for each textile collection.In the Studio, she and her team always begin a pattern by first creating artwork by hand. The studio's designers are, first and foremost, weavers. They have degrees in textile design, having learned the architecture of cloth and how to build a fabric from the ground up. Rachel works with weavers worldwide to bring Pollack's designs to life.Rachel's designs for Pollack have been featured in national magazines, including Architectural Digest, Interior Design, and Elle Décor. She has been profiled on such sites as Apartment Therapy and House and Home TV. Two of her creations, “Mod” and “Curlycue,” are in the permanent collection of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.This episode of Main Street Moxie is sponsored by Elyse Harney Real Estate and North East Ford. For more information about Rachel, check out the episode's show notes on our website.

Lykken on Lending
10-03-2022 Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis, Les Parker, Matt Graham, David Kittle, Alice Alvey, Allen Pollack, Marc Helm, and David Lykken

Lykken on Lending

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 50:31


The Lykken on Lending program will feature our Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis and his MBA Mortgage Minute, and then Les Parker's TMSpotlight, a macroeconomic perspective on the economy with a music parody. That leads to Matt Graham of MBS Live providing you a rate & market update, followed by David Kittle, Chief Executive Officer @ Cypress Mortgage Capital, to discuss mortgage originations. Then we have Alice Alvey of Union Home providing a regulatory & legislative update, then Allen Pollack giving us a Tech Report on the latest technology impacting our industry. Finally, we wrap up the first half of the program with Marc Helm, Senior Executive Partner @ Transformational Mortgage Solutions, talking about Loan Servicing and the “Agencies”. CHECK OUT:**MBA Annual Convention & Expo in Nashville Oct. 23-26Chief Compliance Officer position, this person can work remotely anywhere in the US. You can send your CV or resume to recruit@tms-advisors.com

Retrieving the Social Sciences
Ep. 28: UMBC Review w/ Dr. April Householder, Clair Volkening, & Madelyn Pollack

Retrieving the Social Sciences

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 38:33


On today's episode we hear about the UMBC Review, a student-led publication at UMBC that publishes peer-reviewed undergraduate student research across the disciplines. Dr. April Householder UMBC Review Submission Page On today's Campus Connection, we hear about additional papers recently published in the social sciences in the UMBC Review. Check out the back catalogue to see more fantastic student research! UMBC Review: Past Issues   Check out the following links for more information on UMBC, CS3, and our host: The UMBC Center for the Social Sciences Scholarship The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Ian G. Anson, Ph.D. Retrieving the Social Sciences is a production of the UMBC Center for Social Science Scholarship.  Our podcast host is Dr. Ian Anson, our director is Dr. Christine Mallinson, our associate director is Dr. Felipe Filomeno and our production intern is Alex Andrews. Our theme music was composed and recorded by D'Juan Moreland.  Special thanks to Amy Barnes and Myriam Ralston for production assistance.  Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, where you can find full video recordings of recent UMBC events.

Live Your Best Life
Mike Essrig & Larry Pollack

Live Your Best Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 22:43


What do a reconstructive cosmetic surgeon and an earthquake construction specialist have in common? Besides being best friends and in their 60s, they are on a mission to inspire and help men over the age of 50 with everything from marriage, divorce to health, exercise, and yes, even sex. “...We just thought, you know, “I don't think enough people know about this. Let's try and bring it to men over 50. And let's do it in a funny way to draw them in, so that they can learn about what some of the issues are that they're going through….” You can learn more about Mike Essrig, Larry Pollack, and their platform, “Manopause” and more at manopause.com #liveyourbestlifepodcast #liveyourbestlifewithlizbrunner https://lizbrunner.com/live-your-best-life/ If you have a guest idea, or want to learn more about Brunner Communications, contact Liz at info@LizBrunner.com

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
376: Organizing and Running Large-Scale Virtual Events for Creators with Stefani Pollack

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 54:18


Running virtual events, getting brands involved, and promoting the events to creators with Stefani Pollack from The Bake Fest. ----- Welcome to episode 376 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Stefani Pollack from The Bake Fest about organizing and running virtual events. Organizing and Running Large-Scale Virtual Events As food bloggers, we spend a lot of our time working by ourselves, and it can often feel isolating. So how can we connect with other bloggers and build relationships with brands we love? Enter: The Bake Fest! This virtual event for bakers features online baking and business classes, product demos, and more, and it's a great place to build those connections with other creators and companies. In today's episode, we're chatting with Stefani, the founder of The Bake Fest, all about why she decided to start running these virtual events, how they work, and more. Her next event, The Bake Fest Holiday Edition, will be on Saturday, October 8, 2022, so be sure to check it out and get registered if you're interested in attending! In this episode, you'll learn: How Stefani became a food blogger Her best tips for growing on Instagram in 2022 How she helps creators grow their Instagram accounts Why she decided to launch The Bake Fest What to expect at The Bake Fest Holiday Edition What tools and apps she uses to run The Bake Fest How she promotes The Bake Fest and encourages signups What lessons she has learned running virtual events Resources: The Bake Fest Get registered for The Bake Fest Holiday Edition! Cupcake Project GrillinFools Build Digital Marketing Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience Bob's Red Mill Airmeet AppSumo Eventbrite Mailchimp Zapier Slack The Life Of A Project from Steal Like An Artist Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear Follow Stefani on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest Follow The Bake Fest on Instagram and Facebook Join the Food Blogger Pro Podcast Facebook Group If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

Lykken on Lending
09-26-2022 Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis, Les Parker, Matt Graham, David Kittle, Alice Alvey, Allen Pollack, Marc Helm, and David Lykken

Lykken on Lending

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 42:10


The Lykken on Lending program will feature our Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis and his MBA Mortgage Minute, and then Les Parker's TMSpotlight, a macroeconomic perspective on the economy with a music parody. That leads to Matt Graham of MBS Live providing you a rate & market update, followed by David Kittle, Chief Executive Officer @ Cypress Mortgage Capital, to discuss mortgage originations. Then we have Alice Alvey of Union Home providing a regulatory & legislative update, then Allen Pollack giving us a Tech Report on the latest technology impacting our industry. Finally, we wrap up the first half of the program with Marc Helm, Senior Executive Partner @ Transformational Mortgage Solutions, talking about Loan Servicing and the “Agencies”. CHECK OUT:**KNOWLEDGE COOP'S 2022 Continuing Education Is Now Available! The 10% discount code for the above events is: TMS2022September 26th- Houston https://knowledgecoop.swoogo.com/houston2022/beginSeptember 30th - Austin https://knowledgecoop.swoogo.com/austin2022/begin**MBA Annual Convention & Expo in Nashville Oct. 23-26Chief Compliance Officer position, this person can work remotely anywhere in the US. You can send your CV or resume to recruit@

Clinton Baptiste’s Paranormal Podcast

Season 5 - Episode 32: Ruth feels the spirit in her arm!Namaste friends! we're back with another supernatural show this week – we've got comedians, a special neighbour and even Ruth is back again… settle down and relax for episode 32… Linda ‘bloody' Pollack is back again this week – and we talk birthdays… why is it so many people are born in September? Is there something about Christmas I'm missing? Did you know I will personally send you a birthday card if you sign up to my Patreon website as a Disciple?!You're all begging me to give Ruth the benefit of the doubt – which I did – and which I regret. Our Ruth claims she's in touch with the afterlife, so we put it to the test...and also put it to rest – have a listen to see what conversations the ‘ghosts' are having with her. Comedian, Mike Wilkinson, joins us! Mike did get my name wrong – but we can let him off as he's a firm believer in the supernatural. He's got quite a troubling story to tell involving a breadknife and an old lady – but I'll let you make your minds up…And Victoria Shortley joins us… to ‘shortly' tell us a UFO story – and I do believe in UFO's – but Victoria well and truly ‘slashed on my French fries!'I've really treated you this week friends – we've got all this PLUS stories beyond the celestial veil, ASMR talk with Barry from Watford (my friendly neighbour) and a ghostly delivery driver…Fading now… Thanks to: · Katherine Boyle and Sally Ann-Hayward· Victoria Shortley · Mike Wilkinson · Barry from Watford· Podcast Producer extraordinaire, Laurie Peters at Peters-Fox----- Clinton Baptiste appears courtesy of Goodnight Vienna Productions ----- By signing up to www.patreon.com/clintonbaptiste you hear this podcast ad-free each week, that's ONE WHOLE WEEK before anyone else - and a whole lot MORE including access to my CLINTON BAPTISTE TV™ SHOW every single month! Remember to send in your own DECENT spooky story by calling my spooky story hotline on 01892 711198 - and leave a message or email me clinton@clintonbaptiste.com TO SEE CLINTON AND RAMONE LIVE ON TOUR ALL OVER THE UK FROM SEPT- DEC 2022 go to https://www.clintonbaptiste.com/live Get your own Clinton ringtones, LIVE video recordings and more on kofi https://ko-fi.com/clintonbaptiste/shop Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio
Elliott Pollack, Valley Economist

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 5:26


The Fed's jacked up interest rates once again....what does that mean for the average Arizonan? Elliott Pollack, valley economist joins Gaydos and Chad to discuss.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Lykken on Lending
09-19-2022 Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis, Les Parker, Matt Graham, David Kittle, Alice Alvey, Allen Pollack, Marc Helm, Jack Nunnery, and David Lykken.

Lykken on Lending

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 48:10


The Lykken on Lending program will feature our Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis and his MBA Mortgage Minute, and then Les Parker's TMSpotlight, a macroeconomic perspective on the economy with a music parody. That leads to Matt Graham of MBS Live providing you a rate & market update, followed by David Kittle, Chief Executive Officer @ Cypress Mortgage Capital, to discuss mortgage originations. Then we have Alice Alvey of Union Home providing a regulatory & legislative update, then Allen Pollack giving us a Tech Report on the latest technology impacting our industry. Finally, we wrap up the first half of the program with Marc Helm, Senior Executive Partner @ Transformational Mortgage Solutions, talking about Loan Servicing and the “Agencies”. All the while Jack Nunnery who has a 38-year career in mortgage banking, and David will be expounding on each of the regular segments.CHECK OUT:**KNOWLEDGE COOP'S 2022 Continuing Education Is Now Available! The 10% discount code for the above events is: TMS2022September 26th- Houston https://knowledgecoop.swoogo.com/houston2022/beginSeptember 30th - Austin https://knowledgecoop.swoogo.com/austin2022/begin**MBA Annual Convention & Expo in Nashville Oct. 23-26

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 2 | Pollack or Dad Joke? @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 35:44


Kelly Clarkson Receives Star In Hollywood Walk Of Fame / Human Composting // New Luxury hotel / Hollywood Sign Gets Cosmetic Surgery / James Webb Telescope // Electric vehicles tax credit, maybe?? //Pollock joke?

The Art of Fatherhood Podcast
David Pollack Talks Fatherhood, College Football & His Foundation

The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 26:50


David Pollack sits down with me to talk about his fatherhood journey. He shares some of the values he looks to instill into his kids as they grow up. In addition, David talks about why kindness is so important when raising kids. After that we talk about the great work he does on ESPN for College GameDay. David shares his insight on the state of college football and the prep he does each week for ESPN. Lastly, we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five.  About David Pollack As a defensive end at the University of Georgia, he was just the second Bulldog to be named a three-time All-American. In the 2005 NFL Draft, David was taken 17th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals then announced Pollack's retirement before the 2008 season. At Georgia, David's accolades included 2002 SEC Player of the Year honors, the 2003 and 2004 Ted Hendricks Award, and, all in 2004, the Chuck Bednarik Award, Lombardi Award, Lott Trophy and SEC Defensive Player of the Year. His 36 sacks for the Bulldogs remain a school record.  In 2020, David was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. David started his broadcast career in 2008, doing studio work for CBS and hosting a sports radio talk show in Atlanta for 790 The Zone. Since joining ESPN in 2009, David has contributed his college football knowledge to several network programs, including ESPN's College GameDay starting in 2011, as well as College Football Live, SportsCenter and all ESPN Bowl and CFP National Championship Coverage.  David now resides in Athens with his wife Lindsey and their kids, Nicholas and Leah. Follow David on Twitter and Instagram at @DavidPollack47. Go to his family foundation's website at pollackfamilyfoundation.com. Gladly Family Is This Week's Sponsor Becoming a parent is one of the happiest times in your life. It can also be a little scary and overwhelming. Gladly Family believes that families have enough on their plate without overpaying for gear or ending up with less features. Every day they are focused on making life easier for families with high-quality, highly useful baby gear that looks smart, works beautifully, and won't break the bank. Go to gladlyfamily.com to check out all of their products. Use the code TheArtofFatherhood to get 20% off your order.  About The Art of Fatherhood Podcast  The Art of Fatherhood Podcast follows the journey of fatherhood. Your host, Art Eddy talks with dads from all around the world where they share their thoughts on fatherhood. Please leave a review wherever you listen to podcasts.

CineNation
231 - A Few Good Men (1992)

CineNation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 123:35


"You can't handle the truth!" For Episode 231, Brandon is joined by Ben Goertz to discuss A Few Good Men, written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Rob Reiner. Listen as they talk about how this star-studded courtroom drama made it to the big screen. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: cinenationpodcast@gmail.com

Drake Sports Media Podcast
Drake FB Podcast—The Bulldogs ready for a trip to Idaho plus a visit with Tanner Pollack and Linden Howe.

Drake Sports Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 42:31


My Biz Bestie
147. Guess what? Do what you want! with Sam Pollack

My Biz Bestie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 73:27


There's so much pressure to do business the “right” way, whatever that means. I don't know about you, but if it doesn't feel good to me I'm probably not doing it. And much of what the “experts” say is the right thing just doesn't feel right.   When you're neurodivergent and highly sensitive, it's important to look inside and honor doing things the way you want to. That's why you left your day job and started your own gig, right?   This week on the podcast, I'm talking with Sam Pollack, a copywriter and creative strategist who is helping neurodivergent business owners to do business in a more sustainable way. And really…that's what we should have been doing all along.   From the challenges of visibility to everyone calling themselves highly sensitive these days to judging your productivity to doing the work without feeling the stress, we really cover everything. At my longest episode to date, you're going to get it all! About Sam Pollack: Samantha Pollack is a copywriter and creative strategist who approaches marketing from a Feminist Framework. She works with mission-driven, socially responsible companies who are shaking up status quos and reshaping our culture by doing super cool work in the world. She's also the founder of The Highly Sensitive Business Owner, a 12-week program that helps neurodivergent business owners create healthier, more sustainable systems in their work.   Links and Resources: Cult of Personality Follow Sam on Instagram Connect with Sam on LinkedIn Time Stamps: [1:29] - Q4 Goal Planning Workshop [3:05] - Who is Sam Pollack [4:33] - Created a program her own way, without videos [4:52] - Honor doing things the way you want to, not what you're “supposed” to do [5:33] - Wrote it and launched it; avoiding hierarchical  [6:37] - Listening to something can be easier to take in info [7:40] - You can do what you want [8:15] - You don't have to have it all figured out from the beginning [9:09] - How can you know your niche when you haven't done the work yet [11:15] - You have to be known for something [12:58] - Most people started because of something they didn't want [13:10] - Why did you start your business?  [15:02] - Do the work you're great at without being stressed out by b.s. that doesn't matter [18:43] - if you're highly sensitive, you haven't done enough work - my mindset [19:40] -Your sensitivity informs how you work with someone [22:00] - Why is everyone standing around the house on fire [23:33] - So many people hear they're too sensitive growing up [25:24] - Sensitive people are the toughest people [27:08] - Everyone is calling themselves empaths and people who aren't highly sensitive are feeling shit on [31:40] - People get stuck on milestones; done is better than perfect [33:03] - Breaking down the highly sensitive biz owner [34:34] - Be mindful of your time and energy  [36:05] - There's a balance between being highly sensitive and expecting accommodations to be made for you [37:28] - It's hard to be authentic all the time [41:50] - Being in the room is different than being at a bigger level [42:33] - You can't have a successful biz if people don't know who you are [44:25] - Energy and sensitivity is a spectrum [47:15] - You're not wrong for being yourself [57:10] - Sam's strategy for showing up and doing what works [59:23] - Doing what you want with your body and in politics [1:01:05] - Using strategy to drive your business [1:07:26] - Why you shouldn't listen on 1.5x speed [1:08:10] - Shout out to Dina Martin [1:10:21] - There's a Reason sensitive people seek out entrepreneurship [1:10:37] - Let go of 8 hour work day - no one is actually doing that

Lykken on Lending
09-12-2022 Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis, Les Parker, Matt Graham, David Kittle, Alice Alvey, Allen Pollack, Marc Helm, Jack Nunnery, and David Lykken.

Lykken on Lending

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 44:08


The Lykken on Lending program will feature our Weekly Mortgage Updates with Adam DeSanctis and his MBA Mortgage Minute, and then Les Parker's TMSpotlight, a macroeconomic perspective on the economy with a music parody. That leads to Matt Graham of MBS Live providing you a rate & market update, followed by David Kittle, Chief Executive Officer @ Cypress Mortgage Capital, to discuss mortgage originations. Then we have Alice Alvey of Union Home providing a regulatory & legislative update, then Allen Pollack giving us a Tech Report on the latest technology impacting our industry. Finally, we wrap up the first half of the program with Marc Helm, Senior Executive Partner @ Transformational Mortgage Solutions, talking about Loan Servicing and the “Agencies”. All the while Jack Nunnery who has a 38-year career in mortgage banking, and David will be expounding on each of the regular segments.CHECK OUT:**KNOWLEDGE COOP'S 2022 Continuing Education Is Now Available! The 10% discount code for the above events is: TMS2022September 26th- Houston https://knowledgecoop.swoogo.com/houston2022/beginSeptember 30th - Austin https://knowledgecoop.swoogo.com/austin2022/begin**MBA Annual Convention & Expo in Nashville Oct. 23-26**Fannie.Mae's CIO on Mortgage Lending's Digital Future, Technovation 697

The Coaches Collective
David Pollack - "Elite is Standard over Feeling."

The Coaches Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 33:54


This week we sat down with College Gameday Host David Pollack. Former Georgia Bulldog legend and 1st Round Draft Pick. His career was tragically cut short by a serious neck injury and he says, "it's the best thing that ever happened to me."Pollack is now coaching HS Football in addition to his duties at College Gameday. He shares stories of the coaches who impacted his life including his unique relationship with Mark Richt.As always, get your pen and paper ready for another episode of The Coaches Collective Podcast!

CFB Podcast with Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi
Pollack's Tape Review; Self-Induced Quarterback Controversy; 0-1 Teams; Rece's Saturday Adventure

CFB Podcast with Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 69:53


Rece Davis and Pete Thamel talk to David Pollack on the way to football practice about the most "disturbing" thing he saw rewatching Clemson, when it will be safe to start Cade Klubnick, other teams copying Notre Dame's defensive game plan against Ohio State, which games they're eyeing on Saturday and an Anthony Richardson encore. Then, Rece and Pete discuss the latest on Michigan's belabored quarterback point, West Virginia in need of a sign of progress, Oregon State rolling Boise State, bad Mike Leach impressions, Baylor-BYU, N.C. State not perpetuating its own stereotype, and Rece's Saturday that will span from Austin to Palo Alto.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ESPN College GameDay
Pollack's Tape Review; Self-Induced Quarterback Controversy; 0-1 Teams; Rece's Saturday Adventure

ESPN College GameDay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 69:53


Rece Davis and Pete Thamel talk to David Pollack on the way to football practice about the most "disturbing" thing he saw rewatching Clemson, when it will be safe to start Cade Klubnick, other teams copying Notre Dame's defensive game plan against Ohio State, which games they're eyeing on Saturday and an Anthony Richardson encore. Then, Rece and Pete discuss the latest on Michigan's belabored quarterback point, West Virginia in need of a sign of progress, Oregon State rolling Boise State, bad Mike Leach impressions, Baylor-BYU, N.C. State not perpetuating its own stereotype, and Rece's Saturday that will span from Austin to Palo Alto.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Coach Me Up with Jimmy Dykes & Chris Burke
David Pollack : Tender & Tough | Coach Me Up with Jimmy Dykes & Chris Burke

Coach Me Up with Jimmy Dykes & Chris Burke

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 47:57


David Pollack has a major presence on ESPN during the college football season as an analyst on their massively popular "College GameDay" show every Saturday morning during the football season.Pollack also contributes to ESPN's College Football Playoff Top 25 rankings show, College Football Live, SportsCenter, and College Football Playoff coverage. David was a 3 time All-American football player, starring as a defensive end at the University of Georgia. David was selected 17th overall in the 2005 NFL draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. His NFL was cut short by a neck injury in his 2nd season. On this episode of the Coach Me Up podcast, David covers several topics including what God taught him through his career ending injury, why the story of Saul in the Bible is so impactful to him, and a great conversation between David, Jimmy, and Chris on the tenderness and toughness of Jesus. You will find David to be real, genuine, original, and a fantastic communicator with the ability to Coach us up on life skills while having a heart for God. David's passion for life and an authentic pursuit of knowing God at a deeper level is on full display in this episode. Jimmy and Chris take a few minutes at the end of their conversation with David to discuss the highlights. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• The team that makes the Coach Me Up podcast happen: The Coach Me Up podcast is powered by OneCountry.com. Go to Onecountry.com and check out their heart for giving. Thank you to our sponsor Blue Delta Jeans, where each pair of jeans is hand made to fit you and only you. Follow us on Twitter: @CoachJimmyDykes @ChrisBurke02 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Hosted by Jimmy Dykes and Chris Burke Produced by Jared Mark Fincher All audio is subject to copyright 2022 Jimmy Dykes Inc. Contact us at coachmeuppodcast@gmail.com

Sports Spectrum Podcast
College Gameday's David Pollack on parenting, trust and preparing for another football season

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 32:41 Very Popular


David Pollack is a college football analyst for ESPN. He was selected 17th overall in the 2005 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals, but his career was cut short by a neck injury sustained Sept. 17, 2006, in a game against the Cleveland Browns. As a defensive end at the University of Georgia, he was just the second Bulldog to be named a three-time All-American (Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker was the first). Pollack was the 2002 SEC Player of the Year, the 2003 and 2004 and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2020. He joined ESPN in 2009 and has been a staple on their signature college football show, College Gameday, each Saturday morning in the fall. On this episode of the podcast, Jade McCarthy talks to David Pollack about his favorite College Gameday moments, parenting his children well and trusting in God to lead him as he leads his family. 

Clinton Baptiste’s Paranormal Podcast

Season 5 - Episode 28: Troublesome Cats and A Scorching Wax Namaste to each and every one of you. This week I've got lots in store for you. Some super-duper spooky stories, a waxing disaster, and one lovely actress joins us! Sit back, get comfy and enjoy episode 28. It's our nonbeliever with the beauty of Shiba – Linda, no euros, Pollack. She's off on her jolly holidays next week but for this episode we are graced with her presence and we're talking cats! Lovely Linda's struggling to toilet train her troublemaker kitty. Please send help her way. The Daily Star have some really paranormal stories this week. One bloke disappeared for 15 hours on his stag – says he was abducted! And a lady gets her flirt on in the pub – with a ghost. My god, I must say it sounds like he was really wooooing her.I'm off on another holiday again soon – can you believe it! If I didn't before Kelli Taylor definitely made me believe. Lovely woman but let's just say I hope I never have to see her again. Our meeting involves hot wax, croissants, and a sea urchin… I'll let you guess. The amazing Sarah Hadland also joins us and I'm not one to force people to believe – but I have to admit I tried with Sarah. Doesn't believe in the paranormal, ghosts or superstitions. She really is cynical!And it wouldn't be one of my paranormal podcasts without a Jane McDonald sing out… enjoy people – and let us know if me or Linda do a better Jane impressionFading now…Thanks to· Katherine Boyle· Kelli Taylor · Sarah Hadland · Podcast producer extraordinaire, Laurie Peters at Peters-Fox----- Clinton Baptiste appears courtesy of Goodnight Vienna Productions ----- By signing up to www.patreon.com/clintonbaptiste you hear this podcast ad-free each week, that's ONE WHOLE WEEK before anyone else - and a whole lot MORE including access to my CLINTON BAPTISTE TV™ SHOW every single month! Remember to send in your own DECENT spooky story by calling my spooky story hotline on 01892 711198 - and leave a message or email me clinton@clintonbaptiste.com TO SEE CLINTON AND RAMONE LIVE ON TOUR ALL OVER THE UK FROM SEPT- DEC 2022 go to https://www.clintonbaptiste.com/live Get your own Clinton ringtones, LIVE video recordings and more on kofi https://ko-fi.com/clintonbaptiste/shop Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio
Elliott Pollack, Valley Economist and CEO of Elliott D. Pollack & Company

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 6:33


Elliott Pollack says President Biden's forgiveness of student loans will be "colossally bad" for the economy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Basketball History 101
Episode 107 - Harvey Pollack: Super Stat

Basketball History 101

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 20:27


Harvey Pollack is the only statistician to be inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. He invented the tracking of rebounds, assists, blocked shots, turnovers, and triple-doubles. He was also the last original NBA employee still working for the league until he passed away in 2015. Today, Rick tells his story. CREDITS Rick Loayza: Head researcher, writer, and voice Jacob Loayza: Editor, producer, and publisher   MUSIC "Horizons" by Roa   SPORTS HISTORY NETWORK https://sportshistorynetwork.com/ (sportshistorynetwork.com) https://sportshistorynetwork.com/podcasts/basketball-history-101/ (sportshistorynetwork.com/podcasts/basketball-history-101/)   FACEBOOK https://m.facebook.com/Basketball-History-101-103801581493027/ (m.facebook.com/Basketball-History-101-103801581493027/)   BUSINESS CONTACT bballhistory101@gmail.com

On The Brink with Castle Island
Brooke Pollack (Hutt Capital) on the Blockchain Fund of Funds Landscape (EP.342)

On The Brink with Castle Island

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 42:15


Brooke Pollack, the founder of Hutt Capital joins the show. In this episode we discuss:  Brooke's career journey and path to founding Hutt Capital The events that led him to seeing that crypto/blockchain was going to be an industry with dedicated venture managers The institutional limited partner landscape The narratives that have captured the most institutional mindshare Views on the optimal fund structure for crypto/blockchain managers The DeFi landscape Views on NFTs as a foundational building block for future businesses.    To learn more about Hutt Capital visit www.huttcapital.com and follow Brooke on Twitter 

Clinton Baptiste’s Paranormal Podcast

Season 5 - Episode 27: Sangrias, Sarongs and Jane McDonald Songs Namaste and Showaddywaddy my friends. I'm back from my holidays this week and raring to go – as much as I've enjoyed a few sangrias in my sarong, I'm here to bring you another episode of my paranormal podcast… So let the spookiness begin. We've got the best of co-hosts who doesn't believe in ghosts… it's Linda ‘I'll have two Pina Coladas please' Pollack. Lovely Linda has just booked a holiday to Spain! It's all going on over here – do let me know if any of you lot are going anywhere sunny, I'll lend you a sarong! PC Matt joined us this week to share his paranormal encounter. Long story short – he was called to a job involving a suspected witch, a devil worshipping room, and some pointy fingers… and now he has no clue if he's been cursed or has arthritis! Do not fear – I solved all his problems – I hope. I've had a run in with our director, Brendan, he told me I've no self-awareness, no generosity and I'm passive aggressive. What a load of shhhackatak. I'm really very excited to tell you about our special guest this week. You'll all know her – it's the wonderful Sian Gibson. Sian is a firm believer of life beyond the celestial veil – but give episode 27 a listen to hear the psychic readings Sian has been given… Bus drivers, school friends and smoking in heaven. Sounds made up? It was! Fading now… Fading now… Thanks to · Sian Gibson and Katherine Boyle · PC Matt Mead and Brendan O'Hae· Podcast producer extraordinaire Laurie Peters at Peters-Fox----- Clinton Baptiste appears courtesy of Goodnight Vienna Productions ----- By signing up to www.patreon.com/clintonbaptiste you hear this podcast ad-free each week, that's ONE WHOLE WEEK before anyone else - and a whole lot MORE including access to my CLINTON BAPTISTE TV™ SHOW every single month! Remember to send in your own DECENT spooky story by calling my spooky story hotline on 01892 711198 - and leave a message or email me clinton@clintonbaptiste.com TO SEE CLINTON AND RAMONE LIVE ON TOUR ALL OVER THE UK FROM SEPT- DEC 2022 go to https://www.clintonbaptiste.com/live Get your own Clinton ringtones, LIVE video recordings and more on kofi https://ko-fi.com/clintonbaptiste/shop Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Autism Approved
Episode 45: Confident Parenting - Andrea Pollack, Founder, Autism Parent Solutions

Autism Approved

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 25:52


Confident Parenting by Andrea Pollack, Founder, Autism Parent Solutions

The Carnivore Yogi Podcast
How the water inside of your body influences every aspect of your health with Dr. Catherine Clinton

The Carnivore Yogi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 49:20 Very Popular


How does the water inside of your body cause or prevent disease? Dr. Catherine Clinton joins me to talk all about structured water - hydration - dehydration & the work at Dr. Gerald Pollack's lab that is in danger of going away! Support Dr. Pollack's lab - https://online.gifts.washington.edu/secure?source_typ=3&source=BIOPME Fertility Course with Carrie Bennett - https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/offers/QtD8RntK My hydration course - https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/offers/ZKGKxhPy Today's show is brought to you by Upgraded Formulas - - Get your HTMA with Upgraded Formulas - use my code YOGI12 or YOGI for a discount! - https://www.upgradedformulas.com/?rfsn=4637317.2071db5&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4637317.2071db5 My previous episode with Dr. Clinton - https://youtu.be/g4I7pLP5Bn4 Sign up for my newsletter to get special offers in the future! - https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/contact Check out all my courses to understand how to improve your mitochondrial health & experience long lasting health! https://sarah-kleiner.mykajabi.com/store Get my resource guide for all my favorite quantum health products with discounts as well as 7 pages of scientific studies to understand how light intricately effects our health - RESOURCE GUIDE LINK -https://s3.amazonaws.com/kajabi-storefronts-production/sites/2147573344/themes/2150788813/downloads/zmyzUo3nRQqxVU8dkEcg_Resource_Guide_.pdf ____________________________________________ This podcast is not medical advice

The Life Stylist
Where Science Meets the Mystical: The 4th Phase of Water w/ Dr. Gerald Pollack #425

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 128:24 Very Popular


We're diving in the deep end of one of my absolute favorite subjects today, folks, with the esteemed Dr. Gerald Pollack. Dr. Pollack's expertise in water, specifically, what he's called “fourth phase” water, is absolutely mind blowing stuff – and changes how we might think about this critically important and ever-present natural substance. Dr. Pollack is firm in his standing as what some might determine as a traditional scientist. So, while he is kind to entertain some of my more adventurous theories, his perspective is really strongly rooted in scientific method, testing, and repeatability – an important POV to be sure. Still, what he presents in this conversation is truly paradigm breaking stuff. Given his stance as a by-the-book scientist, his EZ water takeaways carry even more weight and urge even more curiosity. Enjoy the expansion; and let me know what you think in my Instagram comment section.    00:05:11 — Stretching the Limits of Traditional Science Exploring the work of Sir Andrew Huxley The Fourth Phase of Water by Dr. Gerald Pollack Looking for simplicity in truth Exploring the work of Boris Derjaguin (poly water) Exploring the work of Jacques Benveniste (water memory) Annual Conference on the Physics, Chemistry, and Biology of Water 00:33:00 — Mysteries of Water The gel-like water in our cells (introduction) Anomalies of water  How do sandcastles stand up? What creates clouds? Dr. Pollack on the shape of the earth 00:55:42 — Exclusion Zone (EZ) Water Exploring the work of Gilbert Ling Learning about fourth phase water Exploring the work of Dr. Viktor Schauberger (living water) Structured water: similarities and differences Unpacking the folklore of healing waters around the world The story of Hunza Water  Exploring the work of Veda Austin The Secret Intelligence of Water as The Liquid Language of God w/ Veda Austin #410 Exploring the work of Dr. Masaru Emoto Exploring the work of Dr. Luc Montagnier 01:39:14 — Making EZ Water Using Hot, Cold, & Light Therapy Metabolic science behind hot and cold practices Luke's red light and ice bath routine NanoVi by eng3 What makes water droplets spherical in shape? Directly exposing drinking  water to red light Support the Pollack Lab with a tax-deductible donation Exploring the work of Albert Szent-Györgyi   More about this episode. Watch on YouTube.   THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: INSIDE TRACKER. 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Go to nootopia.com/luke and enter coupon code LUKE10 for an extra 10% off.   Resources Pollack Lab at UW: pollacklab.org Support the Pollack Lab with a tax-deductible donation Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Episodes The Water Wars Trilogy, Part One: Unlocking The Mysteries Of Nature's Greatest Gift w/ Daniel Vitalis #129 The Water Wars Trilogy, Part Two: Unlocking The Mysteries Of Nature's Greatest Gift w/ Seth Leaf Pruzansky #130 The Water Wars Trilogy, Part Three: Unlocking The Mysteries Of Nature's Greatest Gift w/ Mukhunde Singh #131 The Ultimate Water Show! Filter + Alkaline Myths, & The Miracle Sea Water Solution Of The Century w/ Robert Slovak #313 The Best & Worst Drinking Water, Filtration & the Magic of Structured Water (Solocast) #396

Clinton Baptiste’s Paranormal Podcast

Episode 25: Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa-Paranormal Pie SpecialNamaste, Shalamar, Shakatak and a massive Rishi Sunak to each and every one of you. We're kicking off #Episode25 of my sizzling paranormal podcast with our one and only, Linda 'Pie, but no liquor' Pollack, who's been looking forward to a dinner party... a ding-dong party with 'cockney Kate' who's cooking up a lovely summer meal...a nice pa-pa-pa pie special. We've found more spooky Daily Star stories..."pa-pa-pa-pa pop music special"...and also a "Scarey pa-pa-pa-pa pop music special"... Including one story about 75 year old Kinks pop star Dave Davies. He claims he was slapped with a sex ban by an alien in the 80's! Whaaaaat!!!I've got a lovely guest from Lincolnshire on this week too! Gerry Kyei tells me a story - one I'd call 'not quite a spooky story' about a tube journey in London.We have Jake calling in again talking Chinese Medicine. I don't mean to be rude, he's a lovely lad but he's a right pain in the arse. I needed to call Kat to see if I can get Jake (her nephew) from the show, which proves to be one of my more awkward phone calls.My neighbour Barry, AKA 'The silent Psychic assassin' ... AKA 'Edward Woodward the Equalizer' calls another Psychic hotline to catch out more charlatans. This time, he talks to Emma, to gain further insight into his past, present and future....and of course my very own 'Jane Mcdonald sing out' for your ultimate paranormal farewell...and also for any weddings, funerals or parties...please get in touch. XThanks to:· Katherine Boyle · Lewis Macleod · Gerry Kyei ( more Gerry over at: https://www.gerryk.net )· Alfie Cain as Jake and Kat Fox as herself · Barry from Watford and Emma the Psychic · Podcast producer extraordinaire Laurie Peters at Peters-Fox ----- Clinton Baptiste appears courtesy of Goodnight Vienna Productions ----- By signing up to www.patreon.com/clintonbaptiste you hear this podcast ad-free each week, that's ONE WHOLE WEEK before anyone else - and a whole lot MORE including access to my CLINTON BAPTISTE TV™ SHOW every single month! Remember to send in your own DECENT spooky story by calling my spooky story hotline on 01892 711198 - and leave a message or email me clinton@clintonbaptiste.com TO SEE CLINTON AND RAMONE LIVE ON TOUR ALL OVER THE UK FROM SEPT- DEC 2022 go to https://www.clintonbaptiste.com/live Get your own Clinton ringtones, LIVE video recordings and more on kofi https://ko-fi.com/clintonbaptiste/shop See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Unresolved
The Long Island Serial Killer (Update - Extended)

Unresolved

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 58:29


This update episode features a discussion about the LISK case with author and filmmaker Jesse Pollack, and picks up from where Jesse and I left off back in May. We discuss how we started working on the case behind the scenes, our current frustrations with the handling of it, and much more. Learn more about this podcast at http://unresolved.meIf you would like to support this podcast and others, consider heading to https://www.patreon.com/unresolvedpod to become a Patron or Producer

Clinton Baptiste’s Paranormal Podcast

Episode 24: Haunted HeatwavesShalamar, Shakatak and a massive Rishi Sunak to each and every one of you. At the end of another scorching hot week – I thought I'd gift you the latest episode of my #paranormalpodcast. We're on episode 24 now, get ready to hear all about my run in with Ramone, more switchboard swindlers, and some spooky supernatural stories… I don't even need to announce this– as the podcast just wouldn't be the same without her, Lovely Linda ‘Britain's finest' Pollack is back again – with a tale about grief over a burger order – they can ‘burger off' if you ask me. You lovely lot all know by now I'm doing a tour with my good friend Ramone, starting in September. This week we had a bit of a catch up about it all – and well as you can already predict we had a bit of a run in… I won't go into details – but needless to say please go buy your bloody tickets before Ramone gives them all away to his family!And not forgetting Nikki and Kiera Evans – who share how they had a spooky ‘Victorian little boy' as a childhood friend and be warned about ‘The nothing lady'… she even spooked me out!Fading now… fading… Thanks to: · Katherine Boyle · Lewis Macleod · Alfie Cain as Jake and Kat Fox as herself· Barry from Watford and Amanda the Psychic · Nikki and Kiera Evans · Podcast producer extraordinaire Laurie Peters at Peters-Fox ----- Clinton Baptiste appears courtesy of Goodnight Vienna Productions ----- By signing up to www.patreon.com/clintonbaptiste you hear this podcast ad-free each week, that's ONE WHOLE WEEK before anyone else - and a whole lot MORE including access to my CLINTON BAPTISTE TV™ SHOW every single month! Remember to send in your own DECENT spooky story by calling my spooky story hotline on 01892 711198 - and leave a message or email me clinton@clintonbaptiste.com TO SEE CLINTON AND RAMONE LIVE ON TOUR ALL OVER THE UK FROM SEPT- DEC 2022 go to https://www.clintonbaptiste.com/live Get your own Clinton ringtones, LIVE video recordings and more on kofi https://ko-fi.com/clintonbaptiste/shop See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Brendan Burns Show
126: Q&A EPISODE with Adam Pollack

The Brendan Burns Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 60:42


I answer: How to deal with negative self talk? How can you tell if that person truly loves their work? What common characteristics that folks who come on your podcast have in common? Soul level / personality features or habits of mind that made them so successful? How to be patient with dating? How do you go about monetizing a podcast? Do you have any self soothing exercises? ► Subscribe to The Brendan Burns Show: http://bit.ly/thebrendanburnsshow Follow Brendan and hear more at: ► Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/thebrendanburnsshow ► Spotify: http://bit.ly/thebrendanburnsshowspotify ► Website: https://brendanhburns.com ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebrendanburnsshow

The Savage Nation Podcast
Cheney's Revenge: How the Bush Republicans Are Trying to Stop Trump 2024 (episode 458)

The Savage Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 70:50 Very Popular


Find out how the Republicans and Democrats are plotting to put a stop to free and fair elections as Savage sits down with Joel Pollack, Senior Editor-at-Large for Breitbart News, for an in-depth conversation on the biggest threats to America. Pollack speculates on the true motive of the January 6th hearings, a potential Desantis bid for the White House, and how South Africa's energy nightmare might be a warning for California's green energy initiatives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices