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Fresh
DT&C: Possum Magic, Shoey Debate & Wardrobe Mishaps

Fresh

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 22:44


Tom's Fantasy, 2. Wardrobe Malfunctions, 3. Shoey's Yay or Nay? 4. Callum's Database, 5. Dr. Pepperoni, 6. Wine Snobs   DAVO, TOM & CALLUM - Your weekday mornings just got even better with our new Fresh Breakfast team, Davo, Tom & Callum! Keep up to date on our socials.                                                                                  Instagram - @fresh927                                                                                              Facebook - Fresh 92.7See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
08-08-22 Tobin and Leroy Part 4 - The Cheetah plays Possum

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 40:15


Final hour kicks off with some Sass from Brian Kelly as he address the LSU media. We smooth things over with sweet sounds of our very own Aaron Feld. Next ole 2 question Barry Jackson is up to his old tricks. We hear more from Dolphins training camp as Mike McDaniel has high praise for this Dolphins Rookie, and The Cheetah plays possum. We close out todays show with our favorite Monday game "Alright!, Oh No!"    

The Morning Rumble Catchup Podcast
The One With A Sexy Possum - Tuesday 9th August 2022

The Morning Rumble Catchup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 62:18


Today on the show - We talk about your biggest wastes of money and Uber surcharges costing you big bucks. We get into school gala days and hear about possum throwing, possum dress up and spot the drop.  And Dave Shaw joins us on the phone talking the new season of his TV show, Red Stag Timber Hunters Club. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Loz and Thomo
DT&C: Possum Magic, Shoey Debate & Wardrobe Mishaps

Loz and Thomo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 22:44


Tom's Fantasy, 2. Wardrobe Malfunctions, 3. Shoey's Yay or Nay? 4. Callum's Database, 5. Dr. Pepperoni, 6. Wine Snobs   DAVO, TOM & CALLUM - Your weekday mornings just got even better with our new Fresh Breakfast team, Davo, Tom & Callum! Keep up to date on our socials.                                                                                  Instagram - @fresh927                                                                                              Facebook - Fresh 92.7See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Morning Rumble Catchup Podcast
SPECIAL - School Gala Days - Possum Throw and Dress Up

The Morning Rumble Catchup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 6:20


Today we got stuck into School Gala days after Bryce told us about one he was at where a kid was assaulted with a Toffee Apple, and we hear from Intern Mitch and Listener Deacon.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chubby Behemoth
Ping Pong Jeff

Chubby Behemoth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 70:22


Built For Kangaroo. My Nose Isn't Fat. Chili For Breakfast. Danny Maupin and The Possum.   Nathan Lund and Sam Tallent are Chubby Behemoth   Extra episodes at https://www.patreon.com/chubbybehemoth

Wrestling Nerds Radio Network
IndyKast #364 - Big O. Possum Minisode

Wrestling Nerds Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 13:57


IT'S OUR FIRST EVER MINISODE! Chad investigates some strange noises around the Indykast HQ trashcans, and finds none other than Viral wrestling sensation Big O. Possum! Listen as they blitz through the Possum origin story, deliciously trashy aspirations, and the famous 2 questions! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wrestling-nerds-radio-net/support

Just Another Fanboy
S7:E6 – JAF Classics #24: Step Away From the E-Greetings!

Just Another Fanboy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 43:34


Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to February 7, 2007 and Episode #24 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. Here are the original show notes from 15 years ago: Episode 24 has arrived, and it's 43 minutes long! Show Notes: The Intro and what's going on with everybody. Listener's Feedback. A word from our sponsor - Rossman's Toe Floss. News and Information You Could Have Easily Gotten For Yourself With Just a Little Effort - I scour the internet and pull out all the comic book, DVD, and movie news that I find interesting, so you don't have to. My Comic Book Picks of the week. This week's picks - The All New Atom #6, All Star Superman #6, and Civil War #6. At the Movies With Gary Indiana - Hoodwinked. 30 Seconds of Nonsense - Yeah, pretty much 30 seconds of nonsense. The View From Norman Oklahoma - A weekly segment in which Norman Oklahoma, our resident bitter old fanboy, pisses and moans about the comic book industry, or just anything that pisses him off. This week, Possum' Wranglin'. Just Another Fanboy Bloopers The Outro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . THE OTHER STUFF: You can now text the show or leave a voicemail at ‪(785) 318-6673‬! JOIN THE STEEVEN SAYS STUFF NEWSLETTER AND NEVER MISS AN EPISODE JOIN THE JUST ANOTHER FANBOY MESSAGE BOARDS Follow me and the podcast on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram The theme song used is this episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the person who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: justanotherfanboy@gmail.com Check out everything Steeven at steevenorrelse.com

Everything Orr Else
Just Another Fanboy 283 - JAF Classics #24: Step Away From the E-Greetings!

Everything Orr Else

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 43:34


Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to February 7, 2007 and Episode #24 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. Here are the original show notes from 15 years ago: Episode 24 has arrived, and it's 43 minutes long! Show Notes: The Intro and what's going on with everybody. Listener's Feedback. A word from our sponsor - Rossman's Toe Floss. News and Information You Could Have Easily Gotten For Yourself With Just a Little Effort - I scour the internet and pull out all the comic book, DVD, and movie news that I find interesting, so you don't have to. My Comic Book Picks of the week. This week's picks - The All New Atom #6, All Star Superman #6, and Civil War #6. At the Movies With Gary Indiana - Hoodwinked. 30 Seconds of Nonsense - Yeah, pretty much 30 seconds of nonsense. The View From Norman Oklahoma - A weekly segment in which Norman Oklahoma, our resident bitter old fanboy, pisses and moans about the comic book industry, or just anything that pisses him off. This week, Possum' Wranglin'. Just Another Fanboy Bloopers The Outro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . THE OTHER STUFF: You can now text the show or leave a voicemail at ‪(785) 318-6673‬! JOIN THE STEEVEN SAYS STUFF NEWSLETTER AND NEVER MISS AN EPISODE JOIN THE JUST ANOTHER FANBOY MESSAGE BOARDS Follow me and the podcast on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram The theme song used is this episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the person who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: justanotherfanboy@gmail.com Check out everything Steeven at steevenorrelse.com

Dumb Love
Episode 155: Possum Babies

Dumb Love

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 67:23


Hosts Jen O'Neill and Sally Brooks kick off the episode with quickies about a man who loves pizza and stealing and a guy who marries his rice cooker. Then Sally tells the wild true crime story of Nancy Motes and Jen gives us two true love stories for the price of one- Lasamoa and Cody Lanier and Laura and Chris Perron. They end the episode talking about things that are dumb (kids w/ covid and dead possums) and things they love (Stephen West's new book "Soft-Boiled" and the baller line-up for Red Clay Comedy festival).  Check out the new Happy Town merch! See pictures from this episode! Contact Dumb Love  dumblovepod@gmail.com Follow Dumb Love: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter dumblovepodcast.com

The Big Dave Show Podcast
Big Dave Show Highlights for Friday, July 22nd!

The Big Dave Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 31:36


-Sweet & Spicy Truth Game: Wardrobe Malfunctions & Colorful Undies! -The Big Bone Lick Double Drive-In -Short Term Memory Game. -Drake and Inappropriate Air Drops. -Possum or Opossum? What's the difference? -Officer Nick Truck Paint Splatter Update. -Good Vibes: The 78-Year-Old Power Lifter -The Dad Joke of the Day. -The College of Hollywood Knowledge.

Who Analyzed Roger Rabbit?
Minute 8: Pistol Packing Possum and the Crystal Decanter

Who Analyzed Roger Rabbit?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 41:35


Kestra and Andrew are back. We theorize on Pistol Packing Possum’s relation to the plot, and we try to figure out what exactly Eddie is drinking.

Strange Animals Podcast
Episode 284: Billy Possum and Teddy Bear

Strange Animals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 15:20


Thanks to Pranav and Zachary for their suggestions this week, where we learn the story behind two cuddly toys and the animals that inspired them! The cartoon that inspired the toy: My own teddy bear: An American black bear (not William Taft although yes, there is a resemblance, including a willingness to eat entire possums in one sitting): William Taft: A Virginia opossum: A possum with babies! Stop trying to make Billy Possum a thing: Admittedly it was pretty cute: Show transcript: Welcome to Strange Animals Podcast. I'm your host, Kate Shaw. This week we're going to learn about two cuddly animals, one of which you've definitely heard of, the other you might not have. Oh wait, you've heard of both animals for sure—but you might not have heard about the toys based on the animals. Thanks to Pranav and Zachary for their suggestions. The president of the United States at the beginning of the 20th century was Theodore Roosevelt, who served from 1901 to 1909. He was sometimes called Teddy instead of Theodore, although he didn't actually like the nickname. Roosevelt is widely considered to have been a very good president, as well as an interesting and sometimes eccentric man, but his main contribution to history as far as most people are concerned is the teddy bear. Roosevelt was an active man who spent a lot of time horseback riding, playing tennis, hiking, swimming, boxing, and lots of other things. He also liked to read, spoke several languages, and wrote poetry—and he was an avid hunter and would travel the world to kill things. That's what he was doing in November 1902, when the governor of Mississippi invited him on a bear hunting trip. The hunting party killed several bears that day, but Roosevelt hadn't shot anything. Some of the president's attendants decided to help things along, and they chased a bear down with hounds until it was exhausted, beat it until it was almost dead, and tied it to a tree. I know, this is awful. I'm sorry. Then they said, “Hey, Mr. President, we found you a bear to shoot.” Not only did Roosevelt refuse to kill the bear, he was angry at the people who had treated it so badly. He requested that the poor animal be shot to put it out of its misery, since by that point it was already dying from its treatment. Because Roosevelt was the president, everything he did made its way into the newspapers, including this event. A political cartoonist used the bear hunt in a cartoon, only instead of an adult bear he made the bear a cute little cub. This inspired an inventor named Morris Michtom and his wife Rose to make a little bear cub doll to sell at their candy shop in Brooklyn, New York. They labeled it “Teddy's bear” and the rest is history. Most teddy bears don't look much like an actual American black bear. The black bear lives in forested areas throughout much of North America and used to be even more widespread, but was hunted to extinction in many areas. It's more closely related to the Asian black bear than it is to other bears found in North America, including the grizzly and polar bears. Its fur is usually black although some black bears are gray, various shades of brown, or sometimes even a rare cream color. The biggest American black bear ever measured was just barely under 8 feet long, or 2.41 meters, and probably weighed 1,100 pounds, or 500 kg. Most black bears are a lot smaller than that, though. Black bears mate in summer but the fertilized egg cells don't start developing until November. This gives the female plenty of time to gain lots of healthy weight before she finds a safe place to spend the winter. Black bears hibernate in cold weather, although scientists are still debating whether its metabolic changes constitute true hibernation. A bear will use a hollow tree or small cave as a den, or will dig a den. It gets comfortable in its den and soon its heart rate starts to drop until it only beats abou...

This American Life
775: The Possum Experiment

This American Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 59:59 Very Popular


An investigation into a very basic question about people: Are most of us bad or good?

The River Certified Podcast
I Was Once Young And Dumb, Now I Am Just Dumb-River Certified Podcast Ep. 42

The River Certified Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 92:28


Spencer Bauer and Ryan Tasler talk with Troy and Amy Hansen. Click for Straight Heat Stickers! Click for Bigfoot Bush Craft Fire Starters (Promo Code: spencerbauer) Topics discussed: Going for a stroll; Possum over paddlefish; Iowa channel cat; Lake Erie monsters; Best baitfish; Bait tank mishaps; Bullhead soup; Sour clams; Fresh baked cookies have nothing on shad; Bassin success; Squirrel hunting for lures; Trapping talk; Trophy groundhogs; Tasler Animal Control; Ol' Big Cat; If comfort isn't an issue, it can be done; And much more! Connect with Spencer, Ryan, and River Certified River Certified on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook River Certified Merch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brew Ha Ha Podcast
Faron’s New Orleans style BBQ and Sides at Old Possum

Brew Ha Ha Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 16:55


Farron's New Orleans Style BBQ Faron's New Orleans Style BBQ chef Faron Bailey and his friend and collaborator Sandro Tamburin from Old Possum Brewing are our guests on Brew Ha Ha with Harry Duke and Herlinda Heras today. The Old Possum Instagram page has the most up-to-the-minute news about menus and music at Old Possum Brewery. Faron's New Orleans Style BBQ & Sides He describes the New Orleans style, which pertains to the sides as much as the barbeque meats. He is from New Orleans and his family comes from North Carolina. There the barbeque has vinegar flavors, while Kansas City style is a thicker tomato based sauce. In his personal style, he looks for a perfect balance between spice, sweetness and citrus acidity in his. They serve traditional New Orleans sides like collard greens, red beans and rice and potato salad. Old Possum Brewing will showcase Faron's menu this week and again in August on Friday, Saturday and Monday. They also have music at Old Possum, and all the information is available on their website and social media, especially Instagram, says Sandro. “I always wanted to create an environment very similar to home. What I mean by that is, under any circumstances, people who don't have much, we come together and we put together whatever we have and we make it as tasty as possible and we have a good time.”  -Faron Bailey Faron tells his story about how his wife came from Petaluma but they met in New Orleans and lived in Manhattan before moving back to Sonoma County. He has been cooking all his life and wanted to create something in the community that he was familiar with, which is New Orleans style cooking, because it wasn't available. Sandro heard about Faron's New Orleans Style BBQ & Sides and made contact with him. Follow the Old Possum Instagram page for up-to-the-minute news about menus and music at Old Possum Brewery. Russian River Brewing Co. is open in Santa Rosa on 4th St. and at their big Windsor location. Visit their website for up-to-date hours, menus, beers and more info. Old Possum tastings They are tasting a blood orange flavored Gose beer that Old Possum makes. There are a lot of blood orange IPAs but Sandro thinks the hops don't go well with the blood orange. Herlinda asked Sandro to tell about how he uses an over the counter probiotic to make the beer sour. It turns out to cost a lot less than other ways. They are tasting the Alien Search Party IPA from Old Possum. Herlinda tells about judging beers in Europe and hearing from people there that West Coast IPAs are very popular. All of Old Possum's food offerings are listed on their IG page. They are open Monday - Friday 11:30 am to 8:30 pm, 2:00-9:00 pm Saturday and closed Sundays. Old Possum just celebrated their fourth anniversary. Sandro grew up in Italy and remembers tying new growth in the vineyard. But he attended UC Davis and studied winemaking and met Charlie Bamforth there, who has been on Brew Ha Ha on this episode. He is a professor at UC Davis who taught Sandro about brewing. Sandro also makes wine for D'Argenzio winery, a small local winery that also has a tasting room in Burbank, California (in the Los Angeles area).

#GoRight with Peter Boykin
A badass woman from Alaska took charge when a possum strolled into an NYC bar.

#GoRight with Peter Boykin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 1:07


Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry?
Possum and the Snake

Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 20:15 Very Popular


After a failed marriage, Christie Smith was ready to spice up her love life. And after running into her high school crush, Christie's life became anything but boring. He was her Prince Charming until he started finding pleasure in her pain.Want even more true crime? Stream full episodes of Who The (Bleep) Did I Marry on discovery+. Go to discoveryplus.com/whothebleep to start your 7-day free trial today. Terms apply. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Jim Colbert Show
Running Back of the Forrest

The Jim Colbert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 160:50


Wednesday – Chase Padgett joins us while Deb is out sick. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell discusses the dark dealings involving FPL and the Orlando Museum/Basquiat controversy. Craig LaFleur from Pyrospot Fireworks comes in to talk 4th of July fun. Debbie Hensel brings Nicky the Possum from Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge for Animal House. Rauce Thoughts on annoying comebacks. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud
96. People, God & Design Intent

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 17:51


Whose idea was this?It certainly wasn't mine —Perhaps it is yours?* * *The thread running through this series is the underlying connection, the various links, between Design thinking and Zen, and how they differ from conventional thinking and religion. In considering the topics of the times, such as the spate of school shootings and other mass murders recurring on a daily basis now, it may seem to be stretching this idea to its breaking point. But just consider: What part of these events is not the result of some design of human intent? And how is the design of the conventional response working, or not?After all, the federal government of the United States of America, and the governing bodies of its now fifty states or commonwealths, their counties, parishes (Louisiana) and boroughs (Alaska), cities, and other subdivisions, consisting of the repeat triumvirate of executive, legislative and judicial branches, did not fall out of the sky, like commandments from heaven. It was the product of intense debate documented in the Federalist Papers, and is the subject of continuing conflict concerning the nature of the democracy or republic the powers that be want to see evolve in the future. How is that working out?In Design, we say that you cannot design around human nature. You have to take it into account, warts and all. The design of the government of the USA was putatively intended to limit its powers to those that, if unlimited, would appeal to the worst instincts of human nature. In other words, government of the people, by the people and for the people, as honest Abe put it, is intended to govern, or control, the people themselves. Especially those in power. But we have seen this original design intent corrupted again and again, and by guess who? The people in power at the moment. And those in power have again and again attempted to establish dynasties, wherein they not only retain power for life, if possible, but also hand it down to their children in perpetuity, potentially, like some permanent potentate. As recently lavished upon the royal family, under the rubric of the queen's “platinum jubilee,” with grand — some might say gross — pageantry, in what was formerly Great Britain. Or witnessed in the Trumpist claim to entitlement in the USA. Not to mention the long, sad history of nepotist despots in South America and around the world. There apparently is no limit to human hubris, given the financial means to indulge it.In the face of the many absurdist reality shows on offer, in their disappointment and frustration, people naturally turn to sources of comfort and solace, such as religion or science. This is one of the main themes of my soon-to-drop second book, “The Razorblade of Zen,” positing Zen as a third alternative. But religion gets mixed up with politics, when we begin to see the local melodramas and misuses of governance in the light of a larger plan, namely a “divine plan” of God, who we imagine to be interested in, and intimately involved with, the now-continuous campaigns of mere mortals for earthly power. This generally turns out to be an ugly marriage, birthing many ugly babies. As a current example, some evangelistic sects are reportedly being torn apart by political and ideological conflicts insinuating themselves into the church as wedge issues stressing its fragile fellowship, and begging the question of God's will. Likewise, when we hope for a silver bullet from science, we are often disappointed.Here, in the dark interior of this particular Pandora's box, is where one of the approaches routinely applied in Design thinking may shed some light, or at least raise the appropriate challenges to conventional thinking. We call this particular exercise, “What if?” What if there were no government? How would you govern yourself? What if there actually is no god, at least not of the kind we imagine. Which, truth be told, is inevitably a projection of our own self-nature. What else would you expect from a person, in conceiving the kind of intelligence behind the creation and design of this world? Something inhuman? And therefore having little or no regard for your fate? That would not do. No, God, capital “G,” must surely be like us, or rather, like me. And probably more like me than thee, come to think of it.The concept of a personal God, like that of a personal soul, provides too ready an answer, too often a substitute for confronting inconvenient truths, just another foil for reinforcing our dubious self-identity. Matsuoka Roshi would often address the question of the existence and nature of God. He would say, “In Zen, who is Buddha? You are Buddha! In Zen, who is God? You are god!” He never claimed that he was God, or that he was Buddha. What could he possibly mean?I think we have to ask, What is Buddha? Again — aside from the capitalization indicating the historical Buddha Shakyamuni — “buddha” essentially means “the awakened one.” That is, consciousness itself. If this seems too simple and inadequate, your interpretation does not address the implications of consciousness. Or we might say, the miracle of consciousness. Nobody, not from the scientific end of the spectrum, nor from the religious perspective, really understands this phenomenon. Buddha himself did not understand it. The bare fact of sentient being is not something that can be understood.So if there is such a thing as God, it must have something to do with this consciousness we share with all sentient beings, to differing degrees, of course. Perhaps what Sensei meant is that the very consciousness that raises the question — Who is God? — is the answer to the question. The “sparrow quote” proclaims a belief in the omniscience and omnipresence of God, from the King James Bible:Not one sparrow can fall to the ground without God knowing it. And the very hairs on our heads are all numbered. So don't worry; we are more valuable to him than many sparrows. (Matthew 10:29-31)The scientific question here would be “how,” as I suggest in my first book, “The Original Frontier.” How, exactly, does God register this relatively inconsequential event? Perhaps by dint of the sparrow's consciousness — of its own death? Or that of its mate? By the thud of the carcass striking the ground, heard by the local coterie of sentient predators, who would regard it as a snack? Or perhaps the swarm of scavenger rodents and insects who strip the flesh from the bones of the corpse? All of the above?In this analysis, “God” is all consciousness, mutual awareness of all sentient beings taken together. To a person who believes that there absolutely must be a separate “who” behind the “why” and “what” of existence, as well as the “how” — not to mention the “where and when” — it may seem self-evident that there is an “intelligent designer” behind what is arguably the intelligent design of the universe. But such a person, in order to discern the presence, must be ready and willing to consider the absence of God, as well. In other words, to take into consideration the possibility that there is no such God, as proof of concept. Otherwise, their God is an example of blind faith, a belief that is not seriously examined, but only adopted for convenience. If the reality of a benign overseer is to be proven out in one's own experience, it must begin from a baseline of the absence of that presence. The only way to distinguish an object is to separate it from its ground. The inability to do so is a bit like an optical illusion.So, what if there is no God? This would render our knee-jerk conventional resort to such aphorisms and euphemisms as “God's will” and “God moves in mysterious ways” largely feckless, in the face of such horrors as the insanity of war and mass killings, at the hands of our fellow man. Or that the trigger-man is simply “evil,” which in this context is a religious statement. These simplistic pat answers are evasive maneuvers to avoid the question, actually. If there were no God, we would have to consider an alternative approach to the definition of the problem at hand. Which is the essence of Design thinking.Assuming that there is no God on whom we can dump the blame, we have to move in a different direction toward a solution. This is a case of moving “what if” into the logic of “if, then.” If it is true that there is no God — remember, this is just a working premise, not an argument one way or the other — then we cannot turn to God, or our hopeful, self-centered characterizations of Him or Her to resolve our dilemma. We must turn to other sources. And what are those other sources? Usually, government. Back to the justice system and the powers-that-be. But if they are based on the same framework — “In God we trust” — then we are caught in a tautology, a forever self-fulfilling prophecy that can do no more than chase its own tail. “Our thoughts and prayers are with you.” How to break out of this cycle?Or we can turn to Science, with a capital “S,” for solutions. The arc of technology certainly holds out some hope that the men and women in white coats are working day and night, feverishly examining new ways to feed the burgeoning populace, shield the earth from the glare of an increasingly angry sun, cleanse the air and waters of the accumulated pollution of the last couple of centuries of industrial exploitation of resources, and so on. Until you discover that most of the work is dedicated to sustaining the interests and incomes of the very corporate powers-that-be who, after all, finance the research. Including the government and its profiteering complex, no longer limited to the military-industrial bugaboo of Eisenhower's farewell address.The so-called “soft sciences,” including such disciplines as sociology and psychology, also seem to offer some corrective, but only palliative, options. More counseling, more mental health assistance, more concern and care. To be layered on top of existing teacher-student-parent, employer-worker-industry, doctor-patient-treatment, and husband-wife-children triangles — to name a few — that are apparently failing to produce intended outcomes, instead resulting in acts of blaming, revenge and violence.As Pogo the Possum famously declared, “We have met the enemy and he is us.” As a young person I was a big Walt Kelly fan, as well as being influenced as a child-artist by Walt Disney's prodigious output. Mad Magazine was a big one as well, later on. These were the social media of my formative years, mainly print, the movies, and the infancy of television. One of the issues that separates generations, making intergenerational collaboration even more difficult, is this cultural disconnect. The images and influences that fill in the background of the passing pageantry of life are also evolving, more rapidly than we are as biological beings. Cultural evolution more readily explains the domination of the human species over its fellow sentient beings, than any increase in fundamental intelligence. We are becoming more and more of a burden on the environment, but are not getting any smarter.Master Dogen is said to have commented that in Zen, we are about the business of developing true intelligence. This implies that there must be a kind of intelligence that is false. One modern meaning of intelligence, in military and international spheres, is data-gathering. That this kind of intelligence can be false is all-too-painfully obvious in miscalculations and errors that have led governments and their military dogs of war into misadventures around the globe, with America as the poster boy, until Russia, under the benighted guidance of their current potentate, Vladimir Putin, invaded Ukraine. Again. But the kind of intelligence Dogen was pointing to was personal. Your intelligence or mine.Intelligence and sentience, or consciousness, cannot be separated, whatever you may think of the IQ test. In zazen, by unlearning our erroneous views of our own direct experience through the senses, we develop the intelligence side of consciousness, in which perception and conception come more in line with reality as it is, outside our personal preferences. It is this kind of unsentimental, unbiased intelligence that we need to bring to bear on the ever-changing koan of everyday life that we are facing in these challenging times.To be continued.* * *Elliston Roshi is guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order. He is also a gallery-represented fine artist expressing his Zen through visual poetry, or “music to the eyes.”UnMind is a production of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Silent Thunder Order. You can support these teachings by PayPal to donate@STorder.org. Gassho.Producer: Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
06-20-22 Tobin and Leroy Part 3 - Iguanas & Palm Trees

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 44:15


In the first segment of Hour 3, Big Spoon defends her Palm Tree/Iguana theory, which leads this show down our Animal Planet rabbit hole. We revisit an old interview praising the return of Racoons and on the opposite of the spectrum we revisit Tobin squaring off with an aggressive Possum. In the next segment we discuss the possibility of Bam Adebayo adding a 3pt shot to his game and what adding a big Center to the line up could mean for his career. Finally we discuss the likeable Warriors as Tobin admits his envy for Golden State as they pick up their 4th Championship. One person not in the camp of liking these Warriors is Ja Morant who engaged in a War of words via Twitter this past weekend. 

Virginia Water Radio
Episode 630 (6-20-22): A Sampler of Shrubs from Soggy Spaces

Virginia Water Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (4:49).Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments ImagesExtra Information Sources Related Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.). Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 6-16-22.

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Straight Chilling: Horror Movie Review
#375 – Possum (2018)

Straight Chilling: Horror Movie Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 126:54


After returning to his childhood home, a disgraced puppeteer is forced to confront his wicked stepfather and the secrets that have tortured his entire life. On this week's episode... Join the crew as we discuss troubled childhoods, unruly Uncles and Matthew Holness' Possum (2018).   Show Notes: Housekeeping (4:27) Back of the Box/Recommendations (11:02) Spoiler Warning/Full Review (14:13) Rotten Tomatoes (66:39) Trivia (73:04) Cooter of the Week (78:27) What We've Been Watching (85:13) Hotline Scream (105:24)   Connect with us: Support us on Patreon Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Shop

Date Night with Raven & Adam
123: A Showdown with a Possum

Date Night with Raven & Adam

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 33:29


On this week's episode of Girls Night, Alexis recounts the events that lead up to her injuring her ankle, and how a possum became her enemy. Plus she talks about finally taking the real estate exam, and her thoughts on the results. This episode was sponsored by: Apostrophe & Better Help Music by Broke for Free. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License.

Doug the Neighbor
Top of Possum Trot Flipper Walk-Remote-138-

Doug the Neighbor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 10:57


Top of Possum Trot Flipper Walk… remote podcast for Dell Children =Toughest 1/10 Mile Marathon in America…-Flip off Big C- --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dougtheneighbor/support

Our American Stories
EP344: Possum for Supper, The Day a Soviet Nuclear Attack Submarine Rammed an American Aircraft Carrier and From Tech-Startup to Making a Wooden Pen with His Dad

Our American Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 38:14


On this episode of Our American Stories, Joy Neal Kidney, our regular contributor and recipient of our 'Great American Storyteller Award' tells the story of what her family ate during the Great Depression years. The History Guy gives us the story of the 1984 USS Kitty Hawk collision. Chad and Jess Schumacher tell us how their lives seemed to be going really well and as "according to plan" as life could... and then life took a number of sharp and unexpected turns.  Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)   Time Codes: 00:00 - Possum for Supper 12:30 - The Day a Soviet Nuclear Attack Submarine Rammed an American Aircraft Carrier 25:00 - From Tech-Startup to Making a Wooden Pen with His Dad See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Insane Erik Lane's Stupid World
Sexy Summer Dad-Bods, Barehanded Brooklyn Possum Pouncer, & A Boeing Boyfriend

Insane Erik Lane's Stupid World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 57:08


S3E84 ~ Midweek BONUS Episode! - Once again I feel confident to strut onto a beach knowing my physique will drive women wild with my 2-liter abs. Dad-Bods are all the rage, but my guess is my pasty white skin may not be. A woman from Alaska was all the rage in a Brooklyn bar when she saved the customer from a savage attack by a ...POSSUM. A woman is sexually attracted to & wants to marry her "boyfriend"...a Boeing 737...she's named, "Dicki". And there's stuff more stupid than even this... Coffee Drinkers Less Likely to Die Early Than Coffee Dodgers; Don Mattingly's Son Crashed His Car Then Drove to the Dealership to Sell It; PA theme park ride strands riders upside-down; Officials at airport seize cocaine stashed in wheelchair; Someone Installed an Electrical Outlet...Into a Traffic Light Pole; The Next Supply Chain Shortage: Movie Theater Popcorn; No, you aren't automatically saving money by working from home. Here's how much it's costing you. And more stupidity right from the latest current events with the "Insane Week In Review" as well as the brain-trusts that have earned a spot in the Stupid Hall of Fame & receive this week's Genius Awards"! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eriklane/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eriklane/support

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
6/6 App 2 The Possum in the Bar

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 15:01


Call the lady from Alaska! She'll get it!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Donna & Steve
Thursday 6/2 Hour 1- A Possum Walks into a Bar…

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 38:02


The verdict in Johnny Depp/Amber Heard trial, Random Fun Facts, Steve is loving Stranger Things, A woman takes care of a possum in a bar

Attendance Bias
12/7/97 @ The Nutter Center w/ Eric Creighton

Attendance Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 76:34


Hi everybody and welcome to this week's episode of Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brian Weinstein. Today's guest is fan Eric Creighton of Illinois. For this episode, Eric picked a show that was an instant classic from a legendary tour: December 7, 1997 at the Ervin J. Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio. I know, I know. This show is often cited as a top tier show from one of the best tours in Phish history but believe it or not, the only thing I knew from this show before Eric selected it was its version of Tube. A signature performance, to be sure, but there is so much more to this amazing concert a top notch version of theme from the bottom, a funky "Possum," and-oh yeah-an "AC/DC Bag" into "Psycho Killer!" More important than that, it was the best experience to hear Eric talk about what it's like to see shows in and around the Chicagoland area. Aside from one trip to the Windy City in 2015, I'd never seen a concert there. And between Northerly Island, UIC Pavilion, and even the Cubby Bear, Phish has such a strong history in Chicago that it was a lesson for me just to hear Eric talk about the band and his hometown city. So witness the growth of "Timber Ho," brush up on your Motown, and watch out for Bart backstage as Eric Creighton tells his story about December 7, 1997 at The Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio.Audio used in today's episode

Born on Book Lovers Day
Ch 52 Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle.

Born on Book Lovers Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 13:26


Thank you to listening to Born On Book Lovers Day This has been Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle. If you enjoy these free audio books, please subscribe, tell others about it and rate and review it. I would love to hear from you, You can leave a message for the show here. You can also leave a tip for Éowyn and help support this podcast here. Or if you would like to become a regular supporter, you can go here. We are also on Facebook, so stop by and say “hello”. You can find the entire book “The Princess and the Goblin” and “Letters to Fictional People” in our past episodes. You can get the book and read along here: The Princess and The Goblin Next week we will read the next chapter of Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle. This recording and podcast are copyright Éowyn Ouellette © 2021 The book Brave Ollie Possum are copyright © Ethan Nicolle 2019 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eowyn-ouellette/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eowyn-ouellette/support

Born on Book Lovers Day
Ch 51 Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle.

Born on Book Lovers Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 7:11


Thank you to listening to Born On Book Lovers Day This has been Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle. If you enjoy these free audio books, please subscribe, tell others about it and rate and review it. I would love to hear from you, You can leave a message for the show here. You can also leave a tip for Éowyn and help support this podcast here. Or if you would like to become a regular supporter, you can go here. We are also on Facebook, so stop by and say “hello”. You can find the entire book “The Princess and the Goblin” and “Letters to Fictional People” in our past episodes. You can get the book and read along here: The Princess and The Goblin Next week we will read the next chapter of Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle. This recording and podcast are copyright Éowyn Ouellette © 2021 The book Brave Ollie Possum are copyright © Ethan Nicolle 2019 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eowyn-ouellette/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eowyn-ouellette/support

Citizens of Pawnee
Ep. 48: The Swanson Pyramid of Greatness

Citizens of Pawnee

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 51:55


On this manly episode, Bryon breaks down the Swanson Pyramid of Greatness and its tiers. Also, he takes a look at the season 2 classic- "The Possum." FILLER: Nothing important, interesting, or exhilarating. My family went on a walk. CONTACT: citizensofpawnee@gmail.com and Instagram @citizensofpawneepodcast and @parksrecmemes *Please let me know what episodes you want me to highlight!* New episodes drop periodically (usually Wednesdays) and can be heard wherever you listen to podcasts now. Please rate, review, subscribe, and share. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, VIC! GO WHITE SOX!

Born on Book Lovers Day
Ch 50 Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle.

Born on Book Lovers Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 20:40


Thank you to listening to Born On Book Lovers Day This has been Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle. If you enjoy these free audio books, please subscribe, tell others about it and rate and review it. I would love to hear from you, You can leave a message for the show here. You can also leave a tip for Éowyn and help support this podcast here. Or if you would like to become a regular supporter, you can go here. We are also on Facebook, so stop by and say “hello”. You can find the entire book “The Princess and the Goblin” and “Letters to Fictional People” in our past episodes. You can get the book and read along here: The Princess and The Goblin Next week we will read the next chapter of Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle. This recording and podcast are copyright Éowyn Ouellette © 2021 The book Brave Ollie Possum are copyright © Ethan Nicolle 2019 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eowyn-ouellette/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eowyn-ouellette/support

Sentientism
113: "We are reflective animals - which comes with responsibility" - Susana Monsó - Sentientism

Sentientism

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 86:30


Susana is an assistant professor based at the Department of Logic, History, and Philosophy of Science of UNED, working on animal ethics and the philosophy of animal minds. She holds a BA in Philosophy from Complutense University of Madrid, an MA in Global Ethics and Human Values from King's College London and a PhD in Philosophy from UNED, Spain. She has been a post-doc fellow at the University of Graz and at the Messerli Research Institute in Vienna. Susana describes her research interest as focusing on “what animals are capable of feeling, thinking, and doing, and what this means for the sort of treatment that we owe them.” Susana led the project “Animals and the Concept of Death” which culminated in her book, “La Zarigüeya De Schrödinger” or “Schrödinger's Possum”. In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what's real?” & “what matters?” Sentientism is "evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings." The video of our conversation is here on YouTube. We discuss: 00:00 Welcome 01:46 Susana's Intro - Vienna & Madrid cultures re: animals & veganism 03:57 What's Real? - Growing up in a 100% atheist household. Unusual for 1980's Spain - "I used to think of god as a woman" but "I never had it as a belief" - No religious education... "It's a little bit sad" - "It's always been very natural to not have god as part of the explanation" - Some sense of shame about not being religious as a kid but "I quickly grew proud of my beliefs" - Attending an international private school with rich kids "I knew I was different"... incorporated being an atheist into that difference - Superstitions "Just in case" :) 12:51 What Matters? - "I want to believe in moral realism - I don't want to be a relativist" - "Sentience is definitely something that provides a good grounding for ethics & moral status" - "I feel like something is left out if we focus excessively on sentience" - Agency as a potential moral grounding? "Something that ought to be respected about agency" - Wilcox: "agency & sentience are co-extensive" - "Harms beyond sentience?... ways of wronging animals that don't correlate with subjective feelings": dignity, preventing from relations / developing capacity - Drawn to objectiveless accounts of wellbeing more than hedonist accounts - "Pleasure is something important... but a life that contains only pleasure... might be a good enough life, but it's somehow impoverished" - Nihilism - "It feels like experiences aren't everything"... "Experiences are subject to manipulation, habituation..." ...and much more. Full show notes at Sentientism.info. Sentientism is “Evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings.” More at Sentientism.info. Join our "I'm a Sentientist" wall via this simple form. Everyone, Sentientist or not, is welcome in our groups. The biggest so far is here on FaceBook. Come join us there! Thanks Graham.

Born on Book Lovers Day
Ch 49 Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle.

Born on Book Lovers Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 10:49


Thank you to listening to Born On Book Lovers Day This has been Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle. If you enjoy these free audio books, please subscribe, tell others about it and rate and review it. I would love to hear from you, You can leave a message for the show here. You can also leave a tip for Éowyn and help support this podcast here. Or if you would like to become a regular supporter, you can go here. We are also on Facebook, so stop by and say “hello”. You can find the entire book “The Princess and the Goblin” and “Letters to Fictional People” in our past episodes. You can get the book and read along here: The Princess and The Goblin Next week we will read the next chapter of Brave Ollie Possum by Ethan Nicolle. This recording and podcast are copyright Éowyn Ouellette © 2021 The book Brave Ollie Possum are copyright © Ethan Nicolle 2019 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eowyn-ouellette/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eowyn-ouellette/support

The JV Show Podcast
Oakland A's Possum

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 101:13


On today's 5-18-22 Wednesday show: People are upset that Kim K got one of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit covers, a woman set a world record for walking on a tight rope in high heels, Lil Wayne and Mark Cuban are in a beef, Natasha wants to geotrack her sister, there is a new black wedding dress trend, a possum popped into the broadcast booth at an Oakland A's game, and Congress holds a hearing on UFOs.

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
05-10-22 Tobin and Leroy Part 3 - MMA Fighter reveals a littttle too much

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 37:54


We explain what a certified possum holder is as we briefly revisit yesterdays Possum interaction Tobin had. We then turn our attention to our local teams as we determine whether or not the Panthers and HEAT are in a don't lose situation. Unicorn Security AKA Brendan Tobin theorizes that Duncan Robinson may be throwing shade via his representatives as subliminal messages are found in regards to his play. We close the hour with the absolute most bizarre excuse given by an MMA Fighter.  

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
05-09-22 Tobin and Leroy Part 3 - Tobin vs Possum

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 39:39


We begin Hour 3 with Tobin's Rats wearing Life vests while they discuss the fate of the Florida Panthers. Tobin goes full Jazz Chisholm on a Possum that invaded his property. Next we hear from Spo on the lack of 3pt shooting and Lowrys status for the rest of the series. In 15 minutes of HEAT we determine if its time to start playing Duncan Robinson. We talk Cats as we determine whether or not Tobin is officially Rats off a Ship. 

Captain Kid’s Corner
RETIRED F.F. JOHN P. SPOFFORD AND WILD LIFE REHABILITATOR

Captain Kid’s Corner

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 65:27


John P. Spofford is a retired Firefighter that gave 25 years of his life to the City of Peabody. He holds many talents in his tool belt.  He's your modern Wild Animal Caretaker enthusiast Marlon Perkins. John Spofford is a Firefighter, Mechanic, Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator, Wild Life Advocate and a Professional Drummer. FF Spofford has gone above and beyond caring for wildlife animals and any animal that is either injured or is in need of special care. Whether it's a Coyote, Deer, Possum, Raccoon or a few ducklings stuck in a storm drain Rehabilitator Spofford finds his way to to help the helpless animal. http://www.fivealarmrescue.org/Facebook John P. Spofford is a licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator and runs the Non Profit Organization.

CreepGeeks Podcast
Lucid Dreaming, NDE's , Black Hole Sounds and ShapeShifters?

CreepGeeks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 71:08


In this Fine Episode:  We explore the ability to lucid dream, tune into the sounds of a Black Hole, and debate what we perceive as shapeshifters in paranormal encounters and high strangeness. You're listening to CreepGeeks Podcast This is Season 6 Episode 244: Lucid Dreaming, NDEs, Black Hole Sounds, and ShapeShifters? I'm Greg and I'm Omi! Hello! Please take a second and Vote for us at Paranomality's Favorite Podcast of the month contest! Here's a link- Vote For Your Favorite Paranormal Podcast We'd appreciate it!  Thank you to our Patreon Supporters: Dav, John,  Isiss, John, Bobby, and Phil! Want to Support the podcast? Join us on Patreon! CreepGeeks Paranormal and Weird News is creating Humorous Paranormal Podcasts, Interviews, and Videos!  *Patreon Plus Episode 10:  New Mexico Strange, Ojito and  Ward Yourself, House. What is the CreepGeeks Paranormal and Weird News Podcast? CreepGeeks Podcast is an off-beat podcast exploring the paranormal, cryptid, supernatural, and simply absurd nonsense circulating the web. Broadcasting paranormal news and strange experiences from our underground bunker in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Hey Everyone! You can call the show and leave us a message!  1-575-208-4025 Use Amazon Prime Free Trial! Did you know YOU can support the CreepGeeks Podcast with little to no effort! Won't cost you anything!  When you shop on Amazon.com use our affiliate link and we get a small percentage!  It doesn't change your price at all. It helps us to keep the coffee flowing and gas in the Albino Rhino!  CreepGeeks Podcast is an Amazon Affiliate CheapGeek and CreepGeeks Amazon Page's Amazon Page    We've got Bigfoot Coffee! Support the Show: CreepGeeks Swag Shop!  Website- CREEPGEEKS PARANORMAL AND WEIRD NEWS Hey everyone! Help us out!  Rate us on iTunes!  ‎CreepGeeks Paranormal and Weird News Podcast on Apple Podcasts   CreepGeeks After Podcast Dinner is: DRIVE-Thru  FORTEAN TERMs OF THE DAY: Lucid dream - Wikipedia  NEWS:    Listen to the Echo of a Black Hole   Black Hole Echo-Echoes of a black hole  Near-death experiences are not hallucinations, scientists say  There's a Reliable Way to Trigger Lucid Dreams, Scientists Have Found  Shapeshifting - Wikipedia    Paranormal Shapeshifters: How Many Kinds Are There?  We set up a Game Camera and an Audio Trap- we'll let you know   Raccoon, Foxes Playing, a Possum   Upcoming Events:    WNC Bigfoot Festival: https://www.facebook.com/wncbigfootfestival  Wytheville UFO Fest: https://www.wythevilleufofest.com/?fbclid=IwAR3bwpH_4nlwnrHZ1gUhrigyt-f3u4DHmlgbU9K3Y_Z1k7Ul1K45Bqf6J7M    Looking for something unique and spooky? Check out Omi's new Etsy, CraftedIntent: CraftedIntent: Simultaneously BeSpoke and Spooky. by CraftedIntent  This Patron supported episode is brought to you by Dav, Isiss, James, Bobby, John and John!  We really appreciate their Patronage! Get Something From Amazon Prime! CheapGeek and CreepGeeks Amazon Page's Amazon Page     Cool Stuff on Amazon -Squatch Metalworks Microsquatch Keychain:  Microsquatch Keychain Bottle Opener with Carabiner. Laser-cut, stone-tumbled stainless steel. DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN THE USA.  Amazon Influencer!  CheapGeek and CreepGeeks Amazon Page's Amazon Page   Instagram?  Creep Geeks Podcast (@creepgeekspod) • Instagram photos and videos   Omi Salavea (@craftedintent) • Instagram photos and videos  CreepGeeks Podcast (@creepgeekspodcast) TikTok | Watch CreepGeeks Podcast's Newest TikTok Videos  Need to Contact Us? Email Info: contact@creepgeeks.com  Attn Greg or Omi  Want to comment about the show? omi@creepgeeks.com   greg@creepgeeks.com   Business Inquiries: contact@creepgeeks.com   https://teespring.com/stores/creepgeeks-podcast-store   Music: Artist Name: Friendly Savages Song Name: Her Lock on a Chain Music is Officially Licensed through Audiio.com. License available upon request. #ghost, #ghosts, #paranormal #creepgeeks  

BSN Colorado Avalanche Podcast
DNVR Avalanche Podcast: The Colorado Avalanche play possum in final game loss to the Minnesota Wild

BSN Colorado Avalanche Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 55:03


The Colorado Avalanche finished the season with a loss against the Minnesota Wild. The Avalanche had clinched the number one seed in the league a few weeks back and finished the season with one goal in mind. To stay healthy for the playoffs. The Avalanche rested many high-profile players like Cale Makar and Nathan MacKinnon. Join Rudo, Jesse, and Meghan as they break it all down in today's postgame show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories
234. Pretending Possum: a calming meditation and kid’s story

Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 15:03


Petunia Possum is shy but wants new friends. She pretends to sleep when they are around, afraid of being rejected.

Our American Stories
EP283: What's It Like to Have Possum for Supper?, A Eulogy for Richard Houston and Ulysses S. Grant's Greatest Battle

Our American Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 38:16


On this episode of Our American Stories, Joy Neal Kidney, our regular contributor and recipient of our 'Great American Storyteller Award' tells the story of what her family ate during the Great Depression years. Mesquite Police Officer Richard Houston is eulogized by Police Chief David Gill and his daughter, Shelby. Christopher Klein tells the story of the former president and Civil War hero, Ulysses S. Grant, and how he raced to complete a literary masterpiece that saved his wife from destitution with the aid of Mark Twain. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)   Time Codes:  00:00 - What's It Like to Have Possum for Supper? 10:00 - A Eulogy for Richard Houston 33:00 - Ulysses S. Grant's Greatest Battle See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Black Aces
Episode 103: Snow Possum w/ Mo

Black Aces

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 90:54


On this episode of the Black Aces Podcast the guys are joined by Mo (@morganchanell_) for all the shenanigans this podcast. This week they discussed Mike Tyson punching on another passenger on a flight after being harassed and they also spot on mask no longer being required for flights, buses or trains. They also discussed the DJ Envy interview with the Shaderoom that went viral and could a nigga send your girl a candle? +MORE. Tune in and get ready to laugh at this funny ass pod. RIP DJ Kay Slay. Join us on Patreon as well at The Black Aces Podcast. Follow us on IG @blackacespod, subscribe to the YouTube Channel Black Aces Podcast, on Twitter @blackacespod and on Facebook at Black Aces Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/black-aces-podcast/message

22 Shots Of Moodz And Horror – Horrorphilia
Ep 225: The Killing Of A Sacred Possum

22 Shots Of Moodz And Horror – Horrorphilia

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 170:48


Show Notes 00:00:00 -Intro: Canucks/Yankees, What do we call this Show?, Reading IG Hate comments, “IT” Prequel TV Show, Mr.Parka's “Secret Top Ten” Show Plug, John Wayne Gary Netflix Doc, Last House on Dead End Street Easter Egg, Porno Movie Talk. Horror Porn Parodies. Feature Reviews: 1:20:27 -The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017) 02:16:31 -Possum (2018)

The Savage Nation Podcast
A SWEET AND SOUR PODCAST; IS PUTIN PLAYING POSSUM + BIRTHDAY EXTRAVAGANZA

The Savage Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 91:59 Very Popular


Savage shares some sour news and some sweet memories on his birthday week. First, is Putin playing possum? Could Russia's apparent setbacks in Ukraine be a ploy directed by Putin? Is Putin using a Napoleonic strategy to fool the West? Have we underestimated Russia's nuclear capabilities, would he use an EMP? In honor of Savage's milestone birthday, listeners shared some of their most memorable Savage moments from his decades in media. Enjoy and relive some of the best moments in the Savage saga, including wisdom from Mama Savage, his broadcast from September 11, 2001, Savage's imitation of Bernie Sanders, his discourse on Catcher in the Rye and lecture on Plato, the origin of 'Red Doper Diaper Babies', and mothers from hell. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher
Ep 836 | That's Just Mean…

Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 46:01


More Bird Flu…  Attacked by a Possum…  Monkeys revenge attacks…  Little more Possums…  Netflix skip intro button…  Free Cone Day missed…  Nicolas Cage is now being selective… Subscribe to the YouTube Channel…  Subscribe www.blazetv.com/jeffy / Promo code jeffy…  Email Chewingthefat@theblaze.com  Co-worker doesn't listen…  Little more on Netflix…  Bad Vegan and Alec Baldwin...  Elon new plant in Berlin…  SEC still slapping Elon…  Implants for ‘Locked In Syndrome'  Little more on Locked In… Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Armstrong and Getty
Loss of Limbs

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 45:45


Hour 3 of A&G on a Monday. A serious look at the Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Pete Davidson feud. Would a "No Fly Zone" lead to WW3? Some seem to think so. What's that stench? Is that a Ferret or a Possum? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com