In this episode, Chris Stark joins Heather to tell her story and talk about dealing with progression as well as her mantra Get Bust Living. I'm Still Here is hosted by Heather and Larry Jose. Heather was diagnosed with Stage IV (Metastatic) Breast Cancer in 1998 at age 26. Heather has lived with metastatic breast cancer for over 20 years and is often contacted by women asking for help with their diagnosis and transition to life with mets. Heather and Larry want to share the things that have helped them over the years and talk about issues related to cancer that rarely get talked about. IG: @heatherjose FB: Heather Jose I'm Still Here lyrics written by @Sanjay, our awesome son! #breastcancer #metastaticbreastcancer #stageIVneedsmore #breastcancerawareness #heatherjose #metavivor
*The information in this podcast is intended for Healthcare Practitioners. Endometriosis is a common and debilitating condition that has proven difficult to treat. In this episode, Sun-Wei Guo, a geneticist turned Professor of Gynaecology, reveals his eye-opening research into the pathophysiology of endometriosis. Sun Wei explains how the theory of retrograde flow in endometriosis is necessary but not sufficient to explain the progression of the disease. Prof Guo explains that endometriotic lesions are wounds undergoing repeated tissue injury and repair (ReTIAR). Sun Wei further describes how surprising mediators in the endometriotic microenvironment are responsible for the incomplete repair process that leads to the cellular hallmarks of endometriosis. Hear about Prof Guo's preliminary work on herbal constituents and electrical stimulation that are generating encouraging results in endometriosis. Listen in to discover new non-hormonal targets that can be considered to combat this terrible affliction. Professor Guo received his Ph.D. from the University of Washington and had subsequent stints at University of Michigan and the Medical College of Wisconsin. Since 2010 Sun Wei has been a Professor at Shanghai OB/GYN Hospital, Fudan University and an adjunct professor at Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. Prof Guo has been an Associated Editor of several reproduction journals and a board member of several endometriosis societies, including member of the Board of Trustees of the World Endometriosis Society (WES). Links: Guo SW. Fibrogenesis resulting from cyclic bleeding: the Holy Grail of the natural history of ectopic endometrium. Hum Reprod. 2018 Mar 1;33(3):353-356. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29420711/ Xiao F, Liu X, Guo SW. Platelets and Regulatory T Cells May Induce a Type 2 Immunity That Is Conducive to the Progression and Fibrogenesis of Endometriosis. Front Immunol. 2020 Dec 14;11:610963. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33381124/ Yan D, Liu X, Guo SW. Neuropeptides Substance P and Calcitonin Gene Related Peptide Accelerate the Development and Fibrogenesis of Endometriosis. Sci Rep. 2019 Feb 25;9(1):2698. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30804432/ Huang S, Xiao F, Guo SW, Zhang T. Tetramethylpyrazine Retards the Progression and Fibrogenesis of Endometriosis. Reprod Sci. 2022 Apr;29(4):1170-1187. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35099777/ Hao M, Liu X, Rong P, Li S, Guo SW. Reduced vagal tone in women with endometriosis and auricular vagus nerve stimulation as a potential therapeutic approach. Sci Rep. 2021 Jan 14;11(1):1345. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33446725/ Hao M, Liu X, Guo SW. Activation of α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor retards the development of endometriosis. Reprod Biol Endocrinol. 2022 Jun 4;20(1):85. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35658970/
Sasha Piton AKA The Confident Hippie tells her journey on social media. She explains her beliefs in knowing who she is and who she wants to always be. Progression and change should be the journey we are all taking. Sasha encourages her followers to always be better than they were yesterday. Especially when thinking of… Read More »She Became Visible: Episode 18: The Confident Hippie Explains Her NEW “she became visible” moment! The post She Became Visible: Episode 18: The Confident Hippie Explains Her NEW “she became visible” moment! appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.23.509276v1?rss=1 Authors: Liaudanskaya, V., Fiore, N. J., Zhang, Y., Milton, Y., Kelly, M. F., Coe, M., Barreiro, A., Rose, V. K., Shapiro, M. R., Mullis, A. S., Shevzov-Zebrun, A., Blurton-Jones, M., Whalen, M. J., Symes, A. J., Georgakoudi, I., Nieland, T. J., Kaplan, D. L. Abstract: Traumatic Brain injury-induced disturbances in mitochondrial fission-and-fusion dynamics have been linked to the onset and propagation of neuroinflammation and neurodegeneration. However, cell-type-specific contributions and crosstalk between neurons, microglia, and astrocytes in mitochondria-driven neurodegeneration after brain injury remain undefined. We developed a human three-dimensional in vitro triculture tissue model of a contusion injury, composed of neurons, microglia, and astrocytes, and examined the contributions of mitochondrial dysregulation to neuroinflammation and progression of injury-induced neurodegeneration. Pharmacological studies presented here suggest that fragmented mitochondria released by microglia are a key contributor to secondary neuronal damage progression after contusion injury, a pathway that requires astrocyte-microglia crosstalk. Controlling mitochondrial dysfunction thus offers an exciting option for the development of therapies for TBI patients. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer
Ray Gillenwater talks with Tony Stein about his experience going from an apprentice to a head coach at Starting Strength Houston. 02:38 - How Tony got started with the team at Starting Strength Houston 05:55 - Interview Process 12:51- Apprenticeship on the first day 14:31 - Being dedicated and loving what you do 20:03 - Approaching the prep course 36:10 - Difficulty of the prep course 49:26 - Progression from apprentice to Starting Strength Coach and salary
As we continue 2022- The Year of Progression, Pastor Jason Earls- Murphy TX talks about what it means to be a Ten Mina Man! For more info about My Church-Lynchburg visit our website at http://www.LoveMyChurch.org To sow a financial seed use $MyChurchLynchburg on CashApp or visit http://www.lovemychurch.org/sow-a-seed
Sie sind reich! - Sagt das Finanzamt und verlangt den enstprechenden Steuersatz. Die kalte Steuer-Progression macht uns alle schleichend zu Besserverdienern. Medianeinkommen: https://www.wsi.de/de/wsi-verteilungs... Reiche ab x Euro pro Jahr: https://www.finanzen.net/nachricht/ge... Einkommensteuer-Rechner: https://steuerrechner.com.de/Einkomme... Bücher von mir: Die 36 Strategeme der Krise: Print: https://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASI... Kindle: https://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASI... Digni-Geld - Einkommen in den Zeiten der Roboter: print: http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN... Ebook: http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN... Wenn Sie lieber nicht bei Amazon kaufen, können Sie gern diesen unabhängigen Anbieter unterstützen: www.aha-buch.de (Ich bekomme keine Provision, aber Aha-Buch hat meine Bücher fast immer vorrätig.) Von mir erwähnte Produkte finden Sie hier: https://www.amazon.de/shop/profrieck Dort sind auch ein paar andere Produkte, die ich empfehle (ich bin Buch- und Technik-Junkie;-) Hier sind Affiliate-Links dabei, bei denen ich eine kleine Provision bekomme, ohne dass Sie mehr bezahlen. Vielen Dank, falls Sie diese Links nutzen! Lust auf ein gutes Video jede Woche? Dann klicken Sie hier: https://www.youtube.com/c/ProfRieck?s... Mein Instragam-Account: https://www.instagram.com/profrieck/ Und zu Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProfRieck Hinweis: Die angegebenen Links können Affiliate-Links sein, bei denen ich eine Provision bekomme. Vielen Dank, falls Sie diese Links nutzen! Haftungsausschluss: Dies ist ein Bildungskanal, kein Finanz- oder Medizinkanal. Der Inhalt meiner Videos bzw. Podcasts dient ausschließlich zur allgemeinen Information und ist kein finanzieller oder medizinischer Rat oder gar eine persönliche Empfehlung. Informieren Sie sich bitte immer aus mehreren unabhängigen Quellen und suchen Sie professionellen Rat für Ihre Entscheidungen, insbesondere im Bereich der Investments oder der Medizin. Die geäußerten Meinungen stellen keinerlei Aufforderung zum Handeln dar. Sie ist keine Aufforderung zum Kauf oder Verkauf von Vermögenswerten aller Art, also insbesondere Wertpapieren oder Sachwerten. Sie ist auch keine Aufforderung zu irgendeiner Form der Selbsttherapie oder Selbstdiagnose. Bitte nehmen Sie diese Hinweise ernst.
Dan Bardallo is a skateboarder, content creator, author, and founder of the Skateboarding Strength rehab and "pre-hab" exercise programs. This week Dan joins me from his home in Sydney, Australia to discuss ways skaters can look after their bodies by doing simple warm-ups, by preparing mentally and not "sending it" to soon in a session, how to rehab ankle injuries so they don't keep re-occuring and general ways to stay on the board for longer…and have more fun doing it.In true THT style I quiz Dan about his personal journey, experiences, challenges and hopes for the future as well. Aside from being a super educational episode, indirectly, Dan's work highlights a shift towards a more health conscious skate culture...How do you feel about this? For all the dudes who "used to skate back in the day" or say "I'm too old to do this, or that, anymore"...this ones for you.EnjoyShanCheckout Dan's work at: Skateboardstrength.comHere is the direct link to his FREE "skate specific" ankle re-hab/pre-hab program.Thanks to the THT affiliates! Get on the THT code for discounts (and support the show at the same time)!KRUSH ORGANICS - CBD oils and topicalsCode: THT(Get a HUGE 40% Discount...shipping is WORLDWIDE and fast).Purveyors of the finest CBD oils and topicals. I think long and hard about who I want to be affiliated with, and I'm stoked to embark on a new affiliation with Krush Organics and advocate for the use of CBD products for supplementary use. Do the research yourself, the health benefits are unquestionable. It's done so much for me, especially during times of stress and anxiety, it's improved the quality of my sleep and sped up my recovery time especially post workouts. And it's all natural.INDOSOLE Code: THT(15% discount shipping is WORLDWIDE and fast).Sandals made from recycled Tyres. Timeless footwear for the conscious consumer.KingPin Skate ShopCode: THT(Get 15% Discount)Best Skateshop in Australia!Best shoe range ever: Vans, Nike, Adidas, Lakai, Fallen, Etnies (and more).Rad clothes (To many to mention)Best skateboard brands: Baker, Girl, Chocolate, FA, Hockey, Antihero, Passport (and way more).Australian owned and operated. Best dudes ever! Get on dat code.BUZZSPROUT Podcast hostingClick HERE to get an Amazon Gift card valued at $20 USD when you sign-up to Buzzsprout...and you'll be supporting THT in the process! If you are thinking of starting your own podcast, Buzzsprout is HANDS DOWN the best host. They will get your show on all the major podcast platforms (i.e. Apple, Spotify, Google podcasts etc), they provide plenty of advice and support FOR FREE and in 3 years of using them I have NEVER had a tech issue. So use the THT affiliate link and start podcasting now. Write a review on Apple Podcasts and give a 5 star rating.Thanks for listening!Big love and respect,ShanSupport the show
When it comes to training horses, the process of getting from where we are now to where we want to be can feel overwhelming. When you have high expectations for yourself and your horses, it's easy to fall into the trap of thinking that every movement you make has to be perfect. While it's important to be accurate with your cues, the expectation of perfect performance is not always realistic. On this episode, I'm talking about the importance of focusing on progression over perfection. Read the full show notes at philhaugenhorsemanship.com/podcast.
Season 3 Episode 7: “Progression > Perfection”This week, the gang see's the return of our beloved Nene as we are joined by entrepreneur Lamar Cotton Sr. (@1.lamm) as we discuss the trials and tribulations that lead him to start his own business. Also, we discuss the passing of PNB Rock and the effects social media played into the situation, social media do's and dont's, why indian giving is lame, and take a trip down RP memory lane. You can be who you want to be online, just remember someone knows that you sleep in the Batcave in real life. RIP Rakim “PNB Rock” Allen (Dec. 9, 1991- Sept.12, 2022). Everyday we lit fasho!
I recently asked the Facebook group (facebook.com/girlscoutpodcast) - "If you could ask me anything and get my opinion or thoughts about it in an episode, what would it be?" & you guys delivered! Today's episode is about the following question (ASSERTION!) submitted by listener Bethany: "Outdoor progression!" "What's the value in a service unit? How can it be organized to run well? What are some options to increase engagement?" Want to submit a question? Join the facebook group at facebook.com/girlscoutpodcast or send it to me via e-mail at email@example.com
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of vision loss in people over the age of 50. AMD is a progressive disease seen as damage to the retina, which can lead to permanent central vision loss and even blindness. Good nutrition is important for eye health. And for many years, a range of nutrients have been specifically promoted as having a role in helping to protect the eye from AMD progression. Much of the evidence to support the role of nutrition in AMD has come from observational research. But there have been some long-term clinical trials using specific nutritional supplements that give a clue to what may work. In this podcast episode, I profile the results from a follow-up study to one of the biggest intervention studies in this area.Links referred to in the podcastNutrition supplements and AMD in the AREDS2 trial https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35653117 Episode transcriptTo access the full episode transcript, go to the following link and select the individual podcast episode and then click on the ‘Transcript' tab https://thinkingnutrition.buzzsprout.comConnect with meInstagram: doctimcroweFacebook: Thinking NutritionTwitter: CroweTim
Candra Savage: is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker / Therapist, in-person in New Jersey and Online. She has a Masters degree from Rutgers University. She practices Holistic and Integrative psychotherapy & psychoanalysis, EMDR, Internal Family Systems, and mind/body work like meditation. She works with issues including Trauma and Addictions. She has been in clinical practice for four years, and is now in New Jersey. Yet she is Southern Alabama born, and was a professional opera singer. You can find her at https://www.indigotherapeutic.com/ You can find her profile at Psychologytoday.com https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/candra-savage-morganville-nj/795719 00:00 Introduction to the Past Life Awakening Institute Podcast 00:13 Candra Savage, Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Therapist 02:09 EMDR - Eye Movement Desensitization and Processing 04:43 EMDR & Hypnotherapy & The Subconscious Mind 08:13 Trauma & Regression - Recalling vs Reliving Causative Events 12:46 Ongoing trauma. Big T & little T trauma. 15:52 Trauma that doesn't 'make sense'. 21:09 First World problems vs Third World realities. 27:20 Meditation & Witnessing / Observing in therapy. 30:34 Self-Actualization as a modern priority. 32:40 Judgementalness as a source of pain. 35:38 Shame, internal & external. Anger & vitriol. Complexity. 40:55 Conventional vs Holistic psychology. 42:36 Psychologists view on Past Life Regression. 48:38 A psychologist's own past lives sessions with Mark. 55:31 Therapeutic resolutions. 1:02:14 Progression and spiritual evolution. 1:04:00 Being an Opera Singer to being a healer. 1:09:04 Anxiety, Depression and Addictions. 1:14:36 Anxiety; insights to get a break from excessive feelings. 1:23:46 Outcomes from therapy 1:25:36 Contact Candra Savage for sessions Go to the Past Life Awakening Institute to apply for; 1) Certified Therapist online training with case studies and mentoring; http://bit.ly/CertThrpst 2) Past Life or Spirit Releasement Therapy Online Sessions; http://bit.ly/PLRT_SRT_Sessions Mark Beale, Trainer & Mentor Past Life Awakening Institute https://www.pastlifeawakeninginstitute.com/
Thanks for listening to another episode of The Women's Fittest Podcast! This is episode #133 and in it I talk about a few mindset tactics for behavior change to reduce anxiety and be more successful in fitness and life.Topics:1. Following through 2. Settling on instead of for and restful healing 3. Being present 4. Cleaning up your environment5. Progression 6. Counting your blessings Subscribe to The Women's Fittest podcast as new episodes drop every Monday and throughout the week. Your reviews are appreciated and truly matter! Thank you in advance for your efforts towards the growth of The Women's Fittest podcast. Also find many of these episodes in video form on my YouTube: Buffcake22! Purchase a Women's Fittest Program & Join The Women's Fittest private Facebook group for my female one on one clients or for those who've purchased training/nutrition programs: https://www.facebook.com/groups/3157219821269373/Sign up for my newsletter: http://eepurl.com/b6uPd5Check out my Amazon link to shop what I shop! Use this paid link to help support the show! https://www.amazon.com/shop/buffcake22Support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/buffcake22ACoaching inquiries email Debra: firstname.lastname@example.org Find all these links and more at Debra's linktree: https://linktr.ee/Buffcake22
Thank you for tuning into another episode of the MHS Podcast with Brian Debes! Brian Debes is a martial arts professional and anti-bullying advocate. He is the founder and owner of 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu Beaumont, a martial arts school developed by renowned instructor Eddie Bravo, where he coaches children and adults to overcome obstacles like shyness, anxiety, and bullying. Through the philosophies and practices found in Jiu-Jitsu, Debes instills confidence and self-esteem, preparing students with the know-how and strategies to defend themselves mentally, emotionally, and physically. After enduring relentless childhood bullying for his small stature and physical disability, which limits his motor skills, Brian pushed through the restrictive beliefs of others, including his family who adamantly discouraged physical activity for fear of injury or failure, and pursued his childhood dream --Jiu-Jitsu. Never sharing his disability with peers to avoid labels and preferable treatment, Brian trained hard and flourished, mentally and physically. His success fueled him to build his own business, and today he uses his experience to show others that anything is possible, despite the opinions and confinements of others. ******************************************************************************* How to Make Your Penis Bigger EBOOK Check out meCOACH for 1 on 1 penis enhancement training with a plan tailored to your needs designed by PE legend Aj "Big AL" Alfaro! Jelq2Grow the best Cream on the Market specifically made for PE and recovery! Looking for a device that's so comfortable you can sleep in it? Then check out the PhallosanForte it aint cheap for this state of the art device at $380 USD but its well worth and has the research to back it up! Looking to get started in PE check out TotalManShop hanging rig or their complete starter pack as you have all the tools you'll need and more. Use the promo code MHS2020 to get 12% off! Another great sponsor of the show is the NaturalHealthStore with products ranging from Test boosters, to Semen Increasers to my favorite the Men's Daily Pack --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
As we continue 2022- The Year of Progression, Dr. Russell Cash of Flow Church. Bowie MD talks about what it means to be a Leader-Servant! For more info about My Church-Lynchburg visit our website at http://www.LoveMyChurch.org If you've been blessed by Pastor Tucker's ministry consider sowing a seed of honor into his life. Just use CashApp $TuckNupe
New network additions are: Invite Only, Adam's Autos, and Frye's New Look Optical. All businesses that are no longer listed on garrisonmf.com will be added back at the end of season 2 with major changes. This takes the pressure off of them while working on becoming better and gives the new network additions the spotlight they deserve. Garrison Marketing Firm is currently connected with 14 businesses. MUSIC: Fastlife Dynasty- FL Flow & .Juan- Voicemail --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrisonmarketing/support
Im MTMT Podcast #192 lesen Andi und Kuis mal wieder alles vom Teleprompter ab. Barfuß laufen, Game of Thrones, und Progression. Trainieren die beiden im Urlaub? Sind Pausen im Trainingsprozess schlecht für die Gains? Wir brauchen neue Werte und weniger spezifische Trainingsziele! Dabei darf man natürlich den Kontext nicht vergessen. Was bringt die Zukunft für MTMT? Viel Spaß bei dieser Folge! ► Gruppen Mentorship: https://www.mtmt.life/education/gruppen-mentorship/mtmt-gruppen-mentorship-q1-2022/ ► TNT Summit: https://ypsi-shop.com/products/tnt-summit-2023 ► Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mtmtgym ► (02:00) Geschichten aus dem Urlaub ► (07:40) Training nach dem Urlaub ► (10:40) Ziele vs. Progression ► (14:20) Neue Werte von Training! ► (23:20) Konversationen mit unseren Mentees ► (37:10) Ausbildung fertig…und jetzt? ► (41:00) Barfuß, Game of Thrones & Untold ► (56:30) MTMT - Quo Vadis? ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mtmt.gym ► Online Coaching, Apparel und Personal Training: https://www.mtmt.life/ ► Wenn Ihr Fragen oder Anregungen habt, kontaktiert uns auf unseren Social Media Kanälen oder schreibt uns unter email@example.com !! MTMT Gym ist ein Team von Coaches aus München. Seit 10 Jahren begleiten wir ALLE Arten von Menschen auf ihrem persönlichen Weg. In unserer täglichen Arbeit widmen wir uns den Themen Training, Ernährung, Regeneration und Stress-Management. Wir geben bessere Antworten auf die Fragen der Fitnessbranche, mit dem Ziel Athleten und Coaches NACHHALTIG erfolgreich zu machen. MTMT Content ist (meistens) frei von Dogma, Mythen und Bullshit - REAL, TRUE, UNTERHALTSAM und ANWENDBAR.
durée : 00:03:00 - Géopolitique - La percée de l'extrême droite aux élections législatives suédoise, possiblement suivie dans neuf jours par la victoire de l'alliance droite-extrême droite en Italie, sème l'inquiétude en Europe. Le contexte de la guerre russe en Ukraine et de l'inflation exacerbe les tensions.
Today, Adrianna recaps this week on progression and trusting the process because sometimes we may not even know what we're working towards, but the idea that we get up every day and work towards something is incredibly important. It also means that one day, we will get to enjoy that a-ha moment. Today's recap includes: Staying the course Trusting the process Going with the flow Regressing to progress Good Risings is a mindset. Join Adrianne Nina for a daily dose of Motivation. Presented By: Cavalry Audio Producers: Jason Seagraves & Margot Carmichael Audio Editing: Revision Sound Music: Gramoscope Music Executive Producers: Adrianne Nina, Dana Brunetti & Keegan Rosenberger Follow Good Risings on Apple Podcasts to receive new episodes daily! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Jason Casady is a runner out of Austin, TX who's preparing and training for an Olympic Trials Qualifier marathon attempt. In this year's Eugene Marathon, he ran 2:28:40. Connect with Jason on Instagram @jason_casady.IG: Bat City Track ClubIG: The Morning Jo's Run Club(3:37) Background, Early Running(7:53) Social Running, Accountability, Progression(14:29) Strength Training, Mileage(19:10) Daily Nutrition, Fasted Racing?!, OTQ Prep(27:06) G.I. Issues and Two-a-Days(31:55) Alphafly vs Vaporfly, Advice to Runners, Breathing(41:28) Summer Running & HydrationNick is a Registered Dietitian that helps runners improve their performance and health with a personalized and strategic approach to their nutrition. Visit www.nutritionwithnick.com to learn about and apply for nutrition coaching. Connect with Nick on Instagram @nutritionwithnick.
Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 732, published last September 28, 2016. Jason's guest, Michael Thomsett has over 35-years as an Accountant and is an investor in the most tax-favored asset class in the U.S., income properties. Mr. Thomsett has written over 90 books. His book, The Landlord's Financial Toolkit will soon be printed as a second edition and re-named The Real Estate Investor's Financial Toolkit. During today's episode, he shares ten principles of real estate evaluations and unpacks each principle, so even those with a limited understanding of income property investing can follow along. Key Takeaways: Jason's editorial: 1:42 Segmenting the real estate market is rarely done properly. 3:41 Make it a goal to live in a no income tax state as a wealth creation strategy. 6:57 Information on the next Meet the Masters, Hartman Education Special Bundles and available properties. Michael Thomsett Guest Interview: 12:12 The 9/10 Principles of Real Estate Evaluation. 13:20 Defining the Principles of Progression and Regression. 14:35 The Principle of Conformity is keeping the features of a property in line with others in the area. 15:37 The Principle of Substitution relates to the condition of the property. 16:11 The Principle of Change applies to the economy, demographics, employment, and other “fact of life” incidents. 17:12 The Evaluation Principle of anticipation is when expectations about future events affect the market value. 20:50 The Contribution Principle - If the improvement is worth more than the cost to make it. 22:12 Plottage or Growth Management should be consistent use of the surrounding lands. 24:52 Highest and Best Use - Real Estate evaluations are best when land is utilized in the best possible way. 26:39 The Competition Principle states an opportunity for a profitable investment leads to competition. 32:13 All the necessary tools for landlords are included in the second edition of Michael Thomsett's book. Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Free Class: Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else: http://JasonHartman.com/Fund CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free Course: https://www.jasonhartman.com/deals Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com
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INTRODUCTION: Shawn Murphy is the host of the Above The Bar podcast and a fellow military veteran. Join us as we discuss military issues, what it's like being a latchkey kid, growing up with a drug dealing dad and my new psychedelic journey!!! INCLUDED IN THIS EPISODE (But not limited to): · Military Matters – Burn Pits & Legislation· Cannabis In Massachusetts · My New Drug Journey - #Psychedelics · Why Trauma Is The Real Gateway Drug· Having A Drug Dealing Dad· Relationships/Divorce In The Military· Can We Be Addicted To Marriage?· Latchkey Kid Issues· Military Recruiter Tea· Gay Marine Stories!!! 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This application streamlines the process of finding guests for your show and also helps you find shows to be a guest on. The PodMatch Community is a part of this and that is where you can ask questions and get help from an entire network of people so that you save both money and time on your podcasting journey.https://podmatch.com/signup/devannon TRANSCRIPT: [00:00:00]You're listening to the sex drugs and Jesus podcast, where we discuss whatever the fuck we want to! And yes, we can put sex and drugs and Jesus all in the same bed and still be all right at the end of the day. My name is De'Vannon and I'll be interviewing guests from every corner of this world as we dig into topics that are too risqué for the morning show, as we strive to help you understand what's really going on in your life.There is nothing off the table and we've got a lot to talk about. So let's dive right into this episode.De'Vannon: Shawn Murphy is the host of the above the bar podcast, and a fellow military veteran of mine. Join us today. As we discuss military issues, what it's like being a latchkey kid, what it's like growing up with a drug dealing data in my personal news psychedelic journey. Y'all they tuned listen close, and I hope you enjoy the fuck out of this episode.God bless [00:01:00] you.Hello everyone. And welcome to the sex drugs in Jesus podcast. Yes, he is up there. He is looking over me. He's looking over Sean. He is looking over all of you. Beautiful fuckers. And yes, Jesus told me to call you all fuckers today because he is super open minded and super and super loving and words like that.Simply don't offend him. Sean, how are you? Shawn: Wonderful there. Good, sir. How are you? De'Vannon: Fan fucking y'all Sean Murphy is the AU shit. The author is the host. Oh, bring us that book. I'm ready to say author, man, bring that book. It's Shawn: it's in the works. It's in the works. We gotta make it happen. He De'Vannon: is the host of the above the bar podcast where every week they belly up to the bar and talk about all kinds of shit.And I was on his show. And now we're doing the flip fuck thing that we often do [00:02:00] in the podcast industry. He did mean I'm gonna do him. You all this make me a bottom. Shawn: Does this make me a bottom, a De'Vannon: podcast bottom in this moment? Yes. And I prefer a nice dry fuck. I might spit on your whole little bit. Other than that I'll LA natural brow baby.Shawn: I'll try, I guess, you know, as having my own show, I'll try not to be too much of a power bottom. I guess. That's what that would make me right. If I have my own show and I'm on the other side, does that, what that makes me. De'Vannon: Let's abandon all these titles. Just do what the fuck says.Shawn: oh brother. It is good to see you, man. You're looking De'Vannon: good. You're looking gorgeous. I got my beard growing out. Cause my stylist is gonna turn in a weird ass color. As I approach 40 years old in December. I want to be sure that I get weirder and weirder as I get older and older. And and so yeah, y'all Sean, you know, and I love your beer too.We're compliment complimenting each other's you were before we got on the [00:03:00] broadcast, Sean is a military veteran. I'm a military veteran. And so show we're gonna be talking about his podcast, his military experience, and is gonna get dark is gonna get dim, but I will end it with a Ray of hope and light for our veterans out there.And so we need veterans, all of your motherfuckers out there. Couldn't run around. Doing the bullshit. You like to do fucking your brains out, doing all your drugs, you know, making all the money, raising all the children and everything. And I love all of those things, but without a military in place, crazy as dictators would come over here and snatch your shit from you in a minute, you know?And then the people who those crazy as dictators have sent into the country to spy and shed. And yeah, I mean, that's just the way the world works. We have spies in other countries, no reason for us to think that they don't have spies here. Right. But the military helps to keep all of that shit at ban from spiraling out of hand.So as two veterans, [00:04:00] we above all people have the right to comment on veterans' issues, more so than crazy as Republicans do. And anybody who dares to think that they're speaking on behalf of us, because usually I don't agree with what politicians say about veterans. And so, so we're gonna talk a lot about veterans in this episode.So I see the way you're nodding and then light in your eyes. So tell me what Tim was on your mind. Just let those thoughts out. Shawn: No, it, well, you know, it's funny when you bring that up, it, they suck on both sides of the fence. Yeah. They, they really do because you know, it's funny growing up in the timeframe that I grew up in the military, not I joined in 94.We were, it it's so funny. We were always told you vote Republican, that they they're gonna fund you. They're gonna give you money. They're gonna take care of you. Do you know who gave me my most pay raises in all my 20 years, who gave me the most pay raises De'Vannon: bill Shawn: Clinton, [00:05:00] bill Clinton in the Clinton administration.They're 50 50 in my book, cuz. Were the ones that realized a lot of guys were getting outta the service and taking better paying jobs than staying in because there was no money there in 94, I made less than a thousand dollars a month in the Marine Corps. Ooh. That was the DOD across the board. E one was less than a thousand dollars a month.And you still had taxes taken out of that. Yeah. Look at that. That's a sour face, like, and that's the facts, but I will also say on the flip side, he also created the bra base relocation closure act that closed down all those bases and shut down small towns that lived and thrived off those bases that existed.So I'm 50 50 on that guy, but it's funny. They both suck, you know, look at what just happened with the burn pit bill, like, and for, for those that don't know what the burn pit bill was, that's burning medical waste plastics, and anything else you could imagine and [00:06:00] service members having to do it without proper ventilation without respirators and getting sick.And these guys, the Republicans voted it down because they wanted to show the Democrats that they didn't like some other bill. And they were like, ha, ha look what we'll do. Like really like you did that. You bunch of SC holes. So that's my feelings on all of them. De'Vannon: Right. And so, so Senate Manor, majority leader, Chuck Schumer pulled like a Ropa dope on the Republicans and was able to get like a lot of the reconciliation infrastructure, climate change stuff passed through.And the Republicans felt tricked, you know, Biden and everything like that. I, I kind of felt tricked by it in a positive way because Democrats usually don't act like they have nuts and so I was like, wait, you actually. Back at the Republicans [00:07:00] one. And so, but they were real, but hurt over that shit and yeah, they did oh yeah.Cause it never happened. They're like the, the Republicans are like the bully who was used to getting their way. They're not used to anybody actually hitting them back. Or, and so the burn pit bill is something that Republicans kept pushing against why we don't know, but you know, and they were all pissy about it, but you know, it finally passed and everything like that.And so I, I just, since you mentioned bill, bill Clinton, BC, my homeboy, I Kansas bill. I love the fat art, Kansas bill. And there's a whole, like, what is it? A bill Clinton museum and shit. When I was in little rock or something. Well, Shawn: that's right. I forgot you did live in little rock. I, no, I didn't live De'Vannon: there.I just visited it, just friends. But there's like a whole museum in his honor. They love them. Some bill Clinton, they don't care how he got his Dick sucked and the Al office. And I, I commend him for playing the saxophone, smoking his weed. If he [00:08:00] did smoke weed, I just picture it with, he just didn't hell he didn't inhale getting his Dick sucked.I don't know what kind of marriage arrangement him and Hillary had. I commend her on keeping her shit classing and together, no matter what, I love me. Some bill Clinton, anybody who gonna get they knob swabbed in the oval office, which I would imagine every president has. Otherwise I fuck with you. Shawn: I mean, that's one of those weird ones where everybody was up in arms about it, but were you up in arms about Kennedy?Like, like let's, let's understand that the JFK. Was an old, was an old school pimp and he made that happen. Like let's not get that twisted like that. Don't he was there. I mean, so why do but he changed, you know, what, he changed an outlook of an entire generation towards those things. When he said I didn't have relations with that, with that woman.And everybody was like, see, do get in little head that [00:09:00] ain't relations. That ain't, that ain't nothing that ain't nothing. And it was like, yeah, go ahead and tell your old lady that see how that works out for you. De'Vannon: It wasn't me. mm-hmm what the camera say. And like the song, it wasn't me. Right? Shaggy. I think that was, he Shawn: was a Marine.Did you know he was a Marine? Nah. Yep. Shaggy was a, an artillery was in second battalion. Oh God can't think of what company, but he was, he was second battalion two 10. Two. Yeah. Second Italian 10th Marine regiment out of Jacksonville, North Carolina. He was an artillery Marine and I knew a guy.One of those knew a guy who knew a guy's situations, but knew somebody who knew him. And they said he used to go home every weekend to go do shows. Cuz that was, he wanted to have a music career, but he was an artillery Marine De'Vannon: that's dedication there. Now he's even that much more sex now that I know [00:10:00]he's a Marine I love it brother.So, so your show, the above the bar podcast. Why did you name the that? Shawn: Well, cuz all my equipment truly sits above my bar right now is you and I are talking all my equipment and is sitting above my bar. I have a bar in my home, but the other side to it is, is, is there's. I like double and undress the O the other side to it is the term keeping things above the bar, keeping things, real, keeping things legit.So I always enjoyed when I talked to people, hearing the real stories of their lives or their background, like you and I, when we talked, when you were on my show, you kept it real. There was, you know, there was real energy in that real advice, real things that had happened in your life. And you didn't sugarcoat 'em, you didn't weigh 'em down with, you know, blaming other people or blaming other.You were real about all of it. And that's what I love. So that's why it's the above the bar podcast. [00:11:00] All right. De'Vannon: Now, thank you for all those compliments and everything. I'm glad you appreciate the my direct tone. I'll say it like that. And so How long have you been doing Shawn: it? So we, we started this in June of last year.It was one of those situations where my, I had said many times I wanted to do it. I had been on some friends podcast that were very successful. We're on a network called the earplug podcast network. That's owned by a friend of mine, herb and been on his shows a bunch of times. And I kept saying I was gonna do it.I was gonna do it. My wife finally said on father's day, weekend of last year, she just turned around and she handed me all the equipment. And it was like, there you go. And it was actually might actually now think about it. It might have been father's day 20, 20 God time has flown. Cause we just finished [00:12:00] episode 1 36 or 1 37.Got another one tomorrow cuz today is Tuesday, right? Yeah. Today's Tuesday. So we got another one coming up, so just. Once it got going, it just kind of, it's had a life of its own. Hmm. De'Vannon: Well, I'm happy you found something that, that you love and oh my God, excuse me. I took my ass out in the backyard, my weed eater, call myself cutting fucking grass and shit like that because I just thought it was hideous. This is something I pay other people to do, particularly my parents this cause my, this is my parents doesn't mean that I'm gonna like have them work for free, you know, I still pay them, but I shouldn't do that.Cuz I had really sensitive allergies and I went out there and did it. I didn't put a mask on. So I've got the scratchy ass throat. It's like a whole thing. It's not the COVID I've never had COVID but I've been taking the test every day [00:13:00] just to be sure. And it's still negative. So it was just allergy. So hopefully I don't cough too fucking much.So who do you think your target audience is? So Shawn: I actually, do you know, what do you know about creating your audience avatar? Have you ever heard that term? De'Vannon: I think I've heard the term, but just tell us, Shawn: so, so I have a real good, good friend of mine, Jessica Gruber, she builds podcast or builds websites.And she has her own podcast also. And Jessica and I were talking and she said that to me, one day, she goes, who's your avatar? And I'm like, I, what? Like I'm thinking video game avatar or something like that. So she explained it to me and said, sent me some stuff, basically. It's. Kind of creating the image of what your target audience looks like and giving them a name that way when you're marketing yourself, you can actually say, well, would Steve, or would Jane listen to this [00:14:00] or that?So I've kind of figured it out that my target audience is probably late thirties at the youngest. I would say maybe mid up through unknown finished age, probably closer to mid forties. Not necessarily would they have a bachelor's degree, but they're educated in what they do. They're professionals, they like food, they like drink and they, like, they probably will be caught watching the history channel or some, or like documentaries or things of that nature they like to learn.Yeah, I would De'Vannon: imagine. And that's a beautiful avatar. I would imagine most people who bother to click on a podcast. Are trying to be enlightened on some level, I suppose, even an entertainment podcast and stuff like that. Even if it's finding out that, you know, ASRA Miller this Cod a felony for [00:15:00]being a little club to, you know, you know, you're still being enlightened.You're learning something you didn't know before. And I am not throwing shade at your Miller. They are very beautiful specimen of a human and baby. They can come and steal for me any day. I need, I need them to come steal my virginity all over again. That's what all over . That's what I need that beautiful, that beautiful thing to come and steal, baby.You didn't have to do all that. You could have come taken all that stress out right over here. so, and what do you, what are you drinking? Is that like a bourbon, a scar? Uh, So, Shawn: so I was drinking a little bit of so one of our former guests they have a. Distillery up here in the upstate New York area called new Scotland spirit.So I'm having a little bit there straight rye whiskey which is actually, I learned this from the, these guys, rye is a New York grain. So I didn't know that. So [00:16:00] all the times of hearing about rye whiskey, I learned from them. So they make what they call an empire rye. So it's mostly New York rye grain, and it's phenomenal.I love it. De'Vannon: Hmm. Well drink up. So as you were going over some of your target, I mean, you know, your kind of the breakdown of your show, I had to say, I agree. I feel like the information that you cover is very practical. Like some of the titles I wrote a few down like what is networking, how to build a website, how to start a music label.You know, it's like, you're trying to help people and to give them like steps and practical things that they can use. So I would not classify your podcast as an entertainment podcast. This is a very like lifestyle podcast. And it's like, you're trying to help people be better, like come up out of whatever their circumstance or situation is.It's like, you're trying to help them get knowledge and information that they, that might be out of their grasp. Other one it's. Thank you. And so now one is called cannabis. Oh, you're welcome sugar. Now one is called [00:17:00] cannabis and Massachusetts that I wanted to stop and kind of like meditate on this one here for a moment.These are some of my favorite titles after we get done with this Massachusetts meditation, I'm gonna ask you what your, what you feel like for you your most impactful episode was so you can just chew on that in the background. So this stood out to me because I'm on a new drug journey. And so when you did this episode on the cannabis of Massachusetts, tell me, what did you take from it?Shawn: You, you know, cannabis in Massachusetts is interesting because when, when they created their, their laws, so we have in New York, we have two states next to us that both have legalized marijuana. New York state is decriminalized marijuana, but we don't have any dispensaries other than for medical use.But it's interesting. And I'll tell you why the two states were interesting why the Massachusetts one. So we have Vermont, which is the only state ever [00:18:00] to legalize it through. Their actual, like it wasn't like the governor said, Hey, we're gonna legalize it. They actually voted it. The people voted it and said, we're gonna legalize it.But you and I couldn't go to Vermont and buy cannabis because in Vermont you have to be a Vermont resident with a Vermont driver's license or photo ID to buy there. So they're, they're, they're very cut off from it. But Massachusetts is interesting because what Massachusetts is completely legal, they are, were the first state on the east coast to go completely legal.And you think about that. That's the east coast, the whole east coast. They're the first ones. And they tied their marijuana laws to mirror their open container laws for alcohol, which I thought was genius. From the standpoint of, you know, it's not right to walk down the street with an open beer, you know, that I know that we were brought up that way.You know, you could be that person, but you know that the cops will stop you for an open [00:19:00]container. You've heard that. Okay. So they said, we're gonna do the same thing. If you're smoking a joint, walking down the street, don't walk down the street and smoke a joint. If you wanna sit on your front steps and smoke, go right ahead.But what I really gained from that episode in particular was I didn't realize how deep that, and it's a culture. I didn't realize how deep that culture was and really kind of focusing on that and, and listening to, to my guest and saying like, wow, you know, this really is, and we also came up with a dating show.Did you, did you listen to that one, hear about our dating show that we came up with, De'Vannon: do tell, just acted like I've never heard anything before. Okay. Shawn: Cuz this one, this one was pretty funny. So we're talking about it and everything. And we had come up with, you know, how you, you his name was Jarvis Jarvis and I were talking, he goes.You know, you have like [00:20:00] what's the, the rose ceremonies for the bachelorette and all that. And we decided that we could come up with one for cannabis. And instead of giving out roses, you give out buds and the competitions were gonna be like, rolling. How, you know, how good can your partner be? Like rolling?Are they really a road dog for you? Can they hide your stash? If you needed them? Like we had the entire thing fleshed out and I thought, this is great. And hilarious to talk about. He messaged me the other day. He's like, bro, we need to do this. I'm like what? He goes, no, no, I wanna do. I wanna come up with a show and he was dead serious.Cuz from that culture standpoint for a cannabis culture, they're not represented in those worlds. So it was a representation. I thought how great of an idea. And we. BS and on a podcast to come up with this. So that was, that was really kind of the, the nuts and bolts of that one. And it was just so much fun to talk to him about it.De'Vannon: And when you're [00:21:00] saying it's the culture, are you saying the culture of the cannabis or the culture in Massachusetts and of Shawn: culture? Cannabis culture itself. So, so I never thought of it as a culture, you know, growing up, you know, it was, oh, this dude smokes weed, that dude smokes weed. But you never thought about it from a culture standpoint, but when you talk to somebody that's really into it, or, or maybe from a medical standpoint, it's changed their lives, got them off of opioids or, or heavy medications.And you find out that truly it is a cultural thing.De'Vannon: Okay. That reminds me of how before. Franklin D Roosevelt, I believe it was issued this whole war on drugs, nonsense, how, you know, people were doing a lot of psychedelics and everything, and it was really, you know, you might call 'em hippies of what the fuck ever, but, you know, it was people, [00:22:00] you know, bonding over, you know, a, an experience that everyone was having, but it was very much more like a cultural movement than everything like that.Before everything got shut down. And so it sounds like that culture is coming back. Yeah. I mean, ever really went away, but it, you know, it's coming really more back into the mainstream. And so, which I appreciate. And so this leads me to my. Hm, you know, divulge of more of this new journey that I'm on.And so everyone knows my chaotic history being on and off drugs and stuff like that. Well, I watched two documentaries that sold me on psychedelics and I had never used psychedelics before I used to sell them, but I didn't do 'em. Maybe I did ask it, but I never hallucinated or whatever. But so I watched, what do they called the history of mental illnesses on PBS.Then the other one is called how to change your mind, which is [00:23:00] on Netflix. And so, and they both go over how psychedelics were used for health reasons and in clinics before, before the government made it all evil and the devil. And then in my opinion, the church echoed what the government was saying as they tend to do.And how now it's coming back, I'm particularly excited about these MDMA trials and how they've been used to treat veterans and stuff like that, you know, in the VA hospitals, in places and such. And so I'm actually going to go to Oregon. Next month to do an MDA trial thing. And also I'm going to do a psilocybin trial thing while I'm there really like a whole week, cuz everything's legal there and the therapists, you have a lot of these psilocybin centers and, and shit like that.And, and so, and I'm gonna video it of course. And and I hope that I have a total reaction. I did the IV ketamine thing, which is now legal in [00:24:00] all the states. I did not have a good experience with that because I don't think she gave me enough ketamine. And so fuck her. I'm never going back to that clinic.I'm gonna find me a clinic in a more progressive city where they won't mine upping the dose. But but the ketamine thing I did was only like an hour. The MDMA thing is an eight hour day. The SIL side thing is a separate eight hour day . So it's like a completely different. Shawn: Now, now when you're saying you're doing trials, does this mean that it's under the supervision, medical supervision?Is this pharmaceutical supervision? What do you mean by it's a trial? De'Vannon: No, there would be a licensed clinical social worker with me. It's not like a you know, like a, like an NIH, like a health Institute, sanction trial. Okay. My personal trial under the supervision of a medical person. So I'm not gonna go find homey with some MDMA and then be like, let me just and see what happens.No, like I'm, [00:25:00] I'm gonna be coached through the experience and everything like that. And so I'm super looking forward to it because, you know, I've, I've read and heard where these veterans have had things that I struggle with, like PTSD and OCD, you know, addiction to like drugs and shit like that. And they've been able to find whatever level of relief.And so. Shawn: Now is this gonna be like a microdosing thing? Like, I, I, I have a good buddy who, another vet who did the micro, whose brother is a psychologist, which one's an MD psychologist or psychiatrist, which one's the MD. No, I always get it backwards, whichever one's the MD. And he did the microdosing and was in a real bad funk with depression and all that.And he did microdosing and that was life changing for him. And, and he doesn't do it anymore, but he really, it, it helped to break that depression, but it was all microdosing. It wasn't anything [00:26:00]over the top, you know, he, wasn't watching pink bears fighting purple alligators or nothing crazy like that.But yeah, I mean, this is, I wanna hear about this. De'Vannon: I wanna see some goddamn pink bear fighting purple alligators. I guess, I guess what I wanna know is that I really, really had a true outof body experience. But if, for me, it doesn't require me to see strange things for me to get the healing. Then I'll take the healing, but you know, everyone I saw in these documentaries or going through these convulsions and crying and hollering, and it really worked for them.It, it, you have the fit and then you calm 'em the fuck down. And then it's like, you're healed. So for me, it looks like the, the trauma that would in, went into the person is forced out through the MDM a or the LSD or the Mein or the psilocybin or whatever, because that's the way it is. Trauma goes in. It comes out.And when it does, you might holler and holler or whatever. And so I want to know I've been changed. I wanna know I've been touched. Shawn: Well, I was thinking [00:27:00] about you the other day. I have to tell you this. I was watching a video and, and it wasn't one of those kind of videos. It was a different video. Mm-hmm and The gentleman said, you know, we all wanna say that marijuana is the gateway drug.It's not trauma is the gateway drug. If you really look at why people, you just said it yourself, you've had all these issues that fed, you know, your issues in the church and all these other situations for you that fed for your trauma and the drugs. Trauma is the gateway drug. And it, it was such a powerful statement to hear.And I thought about you brother De'Vannon: Ja. So we'll see how it goes. Thank you so much for thinking of me and I will be as transparent as I can legally be. With, with what I intend to do. And so we will go from there and I wanna do all the things now, you know, all the AKA and everything like that. And so, and let's just [00:28:00] see.So for you, out of all the episodes you've recorded, what, what do you think's been the most impactful one to you? You know, one that when you turn the mic off, you just couldn't stop thinking about it, whether you were disturbed, like in a good way or in a not so great way. Shawn: So it's definitely difficult to say that, you know, pick your favorites, you know, it's like they say, pick your favorite child.So I, I, I don't know that, but I will tell you a lot of my guests have become good acquaintances, people I talk to on a regular basis. People I communicate with on a regular basis, I will say though, that probably the one that as a parent. Shocked me the most and really was like, I, I don't know how I would go with this is gentleman named Jeff OWK Jeff is from, and it's funny enough, cuz he's from about two hours, [00:29:00] three hours, south of me in New York.He's from the peak school area of New York. And if you've ever been to peak skill, it's a fairly quiet area. Nothing really goes on there. Jeff, at age 16 was sent to adult prison for a rape and murder. He did not commit. And every, every story you've ever heard where you go, the police can't do that. The police wouldn't do that.16 years old inter you know, interviewing him without a lawyer, without his parents being aware that he's being taken away playing good cop, bad cop not feeding him. And just giving him at 16 coffee and cigarettes and zipping him up and telling him if he doesn't talk, they're gonna whoop his ass.He's gonna go to jail. His parents will be, you know, be charged because they're, they're hiding him, all [00:30:00] these things, his court appoint lawyer, because his family couldn't afford. It never took the time to follow up on BS, evidence on things that just didn't make sense all the way through. I mean, and there's a documentary it's called conviction.It's done by JIA works. And that's how I met Jeff was I interviewed JIA on her. It's J I a and then w E R T Z. She did this documentary on his life and it's on prime, Amazon prime. And, and it's worth watching. It's called conviction, but just watching that and then talking to him and him and I have become good friends.That made such an impact on me as a parent to think that, you know, he, and the reason they picked him out of it all was cuz he was a quiet kid. He was quiet. So today we would say, oh, that kid might have some me mental health issues, but he [00:31:00] did 16 years in jail finally was released when the person who actually committed the crime DNA evidence tied him to the crime and he goes, oh yeah, I did that.Even though Jeff spent all those years in jail and the best part about it though is Jeff got out, Jeff is now got an Esquire after his name, cuz he is a lawyer. And he actually has his own foundation where he defends people that have been wrongly accused and fights for their freedom. So that was probably of, of everybody that I still talk.You know, I talk about all of them. We could talk about the guy, what is aliens, Jesus and the afterlife have in common. That was the week prior to that. And that was one, one of that was some wild shit, but the one with Jeff DYS is probably one of the most impactful in my, in my life life. Like just thinking about things De'Vannon: well is you're right.And I'm taking [00:32:00] my notes and everything like that. Cuz I have to look up these documentaries and everything like that. That, that is very, very useful. Good Lord. Okay. So speaking of fuck, speaking of fucked up childhoods, we're gonna shift gears from your show and talk more about you personally because the people would just fall in love with you, man.And so, so you came from a single parent home cause your dad was arrested when you were young. Mm-hmm where were you born? Where did this happen? Tell us so, Shawn: so I'm. Was an only child. My mother raised me, really. My mother raised me from age 11 to 18 and my dad, my dad did a one year. I always tell people I've never had any problems admitting this.My dad did a one year clip for possession of illegal firearm, cuz he didn't have enough Coke on him at the time for them to put him in jail for that. And my dad dealt, but we, we came from a good life. You know, we had, we owned a liquor [00:33:00] store with a, with a dance club in it. We owned a bar. We were doing good.And we went from that level to my mom, had to sell it all. We moved into a house that didn't have a refer, didn't have a stove in it. We had to wait till she could save up to buy a stove and we used to joke around and call my mom the microwave mama, cuz she could cook anything in a M. And we did. All right.She had a microwave in electric skillet. My mother made it happen. It's actually her birthday today. She turned 70 today. She's a phenomenal woman and, and she made it happen. But you know, I, I was the original, I was like one of those true latchkey kids. You remember latchkey kids that term mm-hmm . So I was a latchkey kid, you know, I, my mom dropped me off at school and then she didn't get home till sometime around five 30.You know, I Def had to fend for myself, which I should have gotten [00:34:00] so much more trouble. I just didn't get caught I just didn't get caught. But yeah, you know, and on my 17th, 17th birthday, my mother knew that I needed more male influences, you know, positive male influences. So 17th birthday, she actually took me to the recruiter's office July 20th, 1993.I had already taken the Ava, went to the recruiter's office, signed up July 21st. I swore in July 6th of 94, I was standing on yellow footprints and headed all, headed down to Paris Allen, standing on the yellow footprints, and then did that for 20 years. But, but you know, I was I was a wayward soul as a kid.I, but I had uncles that, that stepped in and tried to fill that father role. But my uncle who did most of it, he was only eight years older than me. So think about that. He was eight years older than me trying to tell me stuff. So the, the conversations were, [00:35:00] I would almost say they, they had more value cuz they were more relevant, but sometimes I had a, he was closer to a brother than anything.De'Vannon: Okay. And that's your biological dad? So Shawn: my biological dad he popped back. He was back in my life. I guess he was back in my life when I was about 16 and try, you know, he tried, but it wasn't until after I graduated from boot camp that he really, you know, we were back on seeing eye to eye, cuz we didn't see eye to eye before then, you know, eye was that kid, you know, you, you treated my mom bad.You, this, you that. And it, it was tough on me. So it, but it was wasn't till I graduated from boot camp that we kind of were like, I'm a man, you'll talk to me like one. And we treated each other in a different way. [00:36:00]De'Vannon: Well, that's good. I'm here for some reconciliation. So y'all when he says like, as valve that stands for arm services, vocational aptitude battery test, you gotta take.Before you can scoot off to the military latchkey kid is just like a kid is at home without adult supervision. Just kinda like a key you know? So, so you said you knew your dad was, was dealing this cocaine. Oh yeah. So how old were you when you first became aware that he was dealing the Shawn: drugs? I guess I was probably, well, I guess it was probably right around when my parents divorced at age 11.And even that, like, I still remember that I was asleep in bed, woke up to my mother, waking me up, going, I'm putting your father's stuff in trash bags and putting it outside. And I went okay. And went right back to sleep. It had 0.0 impact on me at that point. That's what you're doing. Okay. Fine. I don't give a shit.He ain't around anyway. [00:37:00] He ain't, he ain't here. And but I was probably about that age, but even before then, like, My dad smoked weed, always did. And, and I knew, like I knew how to put it. I knew what it was, but I didn't know what it was, if that makes sense to say it in that way with different inflection.Like I knew dad's got a stash underneath this couch, it's in this bag. I don't touch it because it's dads didn't know what it did. Didn't know what it meant, but I just knew I didn't touch it. De'Vannon: Okay. I can understand that. I remember watching like an older sibling of mine like I think vomit up cocaine, you know, when I was like, you know, super young and I didn't really know what it was.Maybe I kind of knew it. It's kinda like, it's kind of like a, a foreboding sense of knowing I get that. Mm-hmm so let me be clear. So you had like a biological dad and a stepdad, or are we talking about this person? No, no. So Shawn: I had, I had my [00:38:00] biological father and then I had an uncle who was eight years older than me who really.Was the major male role model and help helped get me through high school and everything. De'Vannon: Okay. Okay. So now you also told me before that you personally were divorced twice and you were married three times. So do you feel like watching what happened with your parents attributed to your situation? Or was it cuz you were in the military or what do you think?Shawn: You know, I, I would say the, the first one was very military. You know, it was that it, and they don't, this is probably one of those things. I think we don't do enough. Good jobs with in the services is dealing with separation anxiety. You know, I was a 17 year old kid when I went to boot camp, turned to 18 in boot camp.Here I am. I'm gonna show up in Jacksonville, North Carolina, I got bills to [00:39:00] pay. I've gotta get myself going. I'm I'm on my own. And the only people that tell me, they love me or care for me are back home. So, but I can't be there every day. So why, if I can get one of those people to come with me and tell me that they love me again, why wouldn't I do it?So that was my first marriage. Good woman have no, no ill things. We've talked years later, we talked afterwards, cuz we were probably married for months. Like we're legally married for a year, but we were only together for a few months after we, we got married and we were high school sweethearts, but I have, we've talked years later and you know, looking back, she was like, oh, I'm sorry, this, that, and the other I'm like, it's fine.I understand. We were kids. I was like, she was 18 and I was 20, you know, we were kids. Like I turned 20 just after we got married and we were kids. [00:40:00] Which shouldn't have ever happened, but it was separation anxiety that caused that. The second one, it was military related stress. I promise you it was a, it takes a special person to be a military spouse.It truly does. You have to be a kind of person who can operate on their own with minimal interaction from the other person and be willing when that other person shows up to allow them to assert whatever force they have in it. But at the same time that service member has to be understand that you're not around all the time.So the rules have already been set. You have to find out what those rules are and let whoever's been leading that charge, tell you what the rules are and it's tough. So I went, I was on recruiting duty at the time. I was probably working 70 plus hours a week, not home getting up at crack of Dawn driving at this time.It was I was. Driving from [00:41:00] Redding, Pennsylvania to ha or horse from Pennsylvania about an hour, hour and a half each way. Every day, because the housing crash happened. We were at one, one, I was in charge of one location. They switched locations. And it was really just that stress finally broke our marriage.So De'Vannon: it's hard to be in a relationship period where you've got two different people who exist in two different worlds. And you're trying to figure out a way to make those collide without destroying each other one another. And so a military relationship, like what saying the chaotic nature of it is something I witnessed when I was an air force recruiter because some of the wives are the, you know, would be military wives.You know, they really couldn't handle it. Like they didn't. You know, he's gonna go to the military, but why should I [00:42:00] leave my mom and my sister, you know, is something the girl might think. And so I really feel like they should do like the military do like coaching and transition training and things like that for the spouses and stuff like that.I'm not overly fond of necessarily the way the military gets people ready to either enlist or to come out of the service. And so I feel like there's more that can be done both going in and coming out, but a lot, lot of, a lot, a lot of, a lot of, a lot of the women really had to come home. And I, and I see women because I really wasn't around a lot of females, you know, was only around guys and they had wives because unfortunately I was entering don't don't tell.And so, oh my gosh. I can only imagine the gay parties they're having in the fucking military now without me. shit. so, so, so wait, so you, you, you mentioned Before that you were always trying to [00:43:00] get married mm-hmm . And that, that sort of statement reminds me of Ernest Hemingway you know, very popular author and everything like that.And I watched documentaries on Ernest Hemingway and you know, he was an alcoholic and some might say a narcissist and a few other things, but there was a thing with him, with Mr. Hemingway, where he was always, always married, you know, he would like meet a woman and be like, I want you to be my wife, you know, while he still had another wife, you know, and then he, you know, she would be getting along, you know, he would, he'd be scooting her along sooner or later.But, you know, when I read that from my notes about you, that you were always trying to get married, it reminded me of Ernest Hemingway. Now you have an Ernest Hemingway is type beard going on right now. And so talk to me about this needed to be married. Shawn: You know, I, I think it, it was that It goes back to that [00:44:00] separation, anxiety being alone.Like I said, I mean, if I look at my, my life, like I said, latchkey kid, I was always by myself unless I went to a friend's house, get into the service. I separate myself from anything that I can consider as a connection and I have to build my own. So why not bring that connection with me? It, it took a lot of years before I could be on my own.And I think I, I attributed for a long time being married with being with someone, if that makes sense, like having someone else in my life, that's how you fill that space, whether it was good or bad. That's how you did it. Are you still De'Vannon: married? IShawn: am. I'm now I've been married to my wife now for five years.Very happy, much more mature relationship too, though. You know, I was much older. When I [00:45:00] got married, we both had careers. We both had lives. We both know how to, we, we can, at this point in my life, I can function differently. I don't need, I love spending time with my wife and doing things with my wife.I enjoy that, but we don't have to be up each other's as to, to feel that. And, and to, to have that trust factor, De'Vannon: right. I say, wait till you're at least 30, you know, all in my twenties, I used to think I knew who I was and I was an adult. It wasn't until I was like in my lower thirties that I really think I solidified who I was so slow down when y'all, there's no need to get married, do all the traveling, do all your experimentations, whatever, and then save all this getting kids and all that for later to darling, there's no need to rush.Shawn: And if you can avoid kids, just avoid it completely. I have so much more money. I love my children, but God, I always think about, that's see, this is something that once you have children, you [00:46:00] think about all the time. Like, God, I love my kids, but man, if I didn't have y'all, do you know how much money I would have?De'Vannon: I'd be paid. Shawn: I think a little S De'Vannon: I'd say I say that about my cats, but you know, they're probably only $30 a Shawn: month. Yeah, no, your cats are good. Like between a bag of food. And if you have like healthcare for them, you know, the cats are good here. There there's no problem with them. I've got two and I love my cats.So you De'Vannon: mentioned like yellow footprints. A couple times when you, what, what is that like when you talk about chipping off to the Marine, what is that? Shawn: So that's the, a very iconic Marine Corps thing. So if you look up yellow footprints, when you step off the bus at Paris island, or if you're from the left coast in San Diego, there are painted on the ground yellow footprints because that's where you have to stand.And they're painted at a 45 degree angle because that's where your feet need to go. So that to start teaching you the position of attention right away. So that's, [00:47:00] so you'll hear Marines, talk about, you know, landing on the yellow footprints or standing on the yellow footprints. De'Vannon: Paris island is the Marine Corps bootcamp.Right? We Shawn: have two. We have. So if you're east of the Mississippi, you go to Paris island. If you're west of the Mississippi, you go to San De'Vannon: Diego. Mm. I would've gone to Sango. Sango does Mississippi river runs right through Baton Rouge where I'm at on the west. Atton Rouge, Shawn: Baton and love Louisiana. I have to tell you that I love Louisiana.I've only been once and I would, I've been once and I would pack my shit up and move. Okay, De'Vannon: well, you can come here and then I'll go to Los Angeles. Shawn: Well, I'm in, well, I'm in all small Albany, New York. So you, you have to come to small Albany if we're gonna swap. De'Vannon: Oh, didn't you mention New York. There is a, a people of color psychedelics collective.That's a lady heads out of New York who I hope to have on my show. What it's like a whole nonprofit. And it's all about like the benefits of psychedelics and shit. [00:48:00] It's like the people of color psychedelic collective. It's like a thing. People Shawn: of color psychedelic, collective , De'Vannon: Yas . And so Shawn: P O S C C De'Vannon: Paska, something like that.But if I can get ahold of her and set it up, I will be flying my black queer ass to New York so I can get high on whatever the shit, whatever. Fuck I can give my hands on. If, Shawn: if you can get her on your show, I expect that you introduce me to her so I can have her on my show cuz I would love, see, that's see that's my show in a nutshell, somebody being like, I got this person, this is what they do.And, and I always tell people, my show should feel like you walked into a bar and you're overhearing somebody else's conversation. And, and if you're the guest that should feel like you walked in the bar and the bartender goes, Hey, you do that drugs in Jesus thing, right? yes, I have a podcast. And that's what it should feel like ad hearing that, oh God, I [00:49:00] would love to talk to her.What's her name there is she now De'Vannon: I've made a note. We'll talk about it. call. What is she call her now? Shawn: oh, De'Vannon: so great. So, so you were in the Marines and I have to say Marines are very sexy. Love the outfits and the uniforms. Was there any sort of scandalous, was there any kind of gay sex that you saw in bootcamp in training?I wanna know some tea, some dirt, some Marine, so Shawn: drama. So nothing that I ever ran into personally, like nobody that ever directly came on me. I'm not, I guess I wasn't that cute. I was, I was five, seven, a hundred twenty seven pounds when I got in. So it had to been into it to, into twinks or something like that to have looked at me that way.But but there was always stories. So for example, I remember in my first command, there was a Marine. I actually remember his name, but I won't say his name who. Ran down to the duty office, which was in the duty office is a Marine who's [00:50:00] in charge of the barracks for that day, making sure that nothing bad happens, reports on it.He ran down to the duty office, but booty naked because his roommate who was a big dude, and this guy was like 5, 1 52. And his roommate was a big dude, was standing at his door when he came out of the shower and basically tried to have his way with him, snatched his towel off of him and everything. And the only reason I remember this is because as I was checking in to our command that day, he was in handcuffs, leaving De'Vannon: who, the skinny guy or Shawn: the big guy, the big guy, the, he was in handcuffs leaving.So, so there was that, but probably the next big, I, next time I heard anything was Let's see what year would've been like 99, 2000 timeframe. It was right around in North Carolina. We had two hurricanes, hurricane Bertha and hurricane Fran. They were back [00:51:00] to back and they did a lot of damage. And so some of us got, you know, this was the only time I ever heard where they were like, go home, stay away from the area.Come back when it's clear. So I had come back and joking around. We had put a sign on one of my buddies trucks that just said he, he didn't know it. They had ziptied this big cardboard sign that said I'm gay. Everybody thought it was funny. He hadn't seen the sign. Ha ha ha. No big deal. All sudden our mass Sergeant comes out and flips on all of us.Get that shit off his truck. You don't know what's going on around here, blah, blah, blah. And we're all like, whoa, mess starting. Why, why are you flipping out on us? So we take it off. We'll come to find out one of the Marines who hadn't come back yet. Had just shown up. To our CO's office walked into the CO's office with a local lawyer and went, we would like him discharged outta the Marine court right now.He's gay and he's concerned [00:52:00] that if it other people within this command find out that he's gonna be physically assaulted and they had him out of the service in a day, at a day, he was gone. So those were two incidences, but I will tell you knowing Marines the way I do, I come from a pretty open household, grew up with an aunt who was gay, never thought nothing of it knew new people who were gay, growing up.Never thought anything of it. It was always just kind of like O okay, do you boo? I don't care. But when I found. Somebody didn't tell me they were gay. And it was somebody I was very close to was another Marine. And I found out after they had gotten out and they told me that I was kind of like, damn bro, why didn't you, why didn't you confront talk to me about this before you'd have been good.And it was because [00:53:00] I acted like a Marine and, and I, and I say that in quotes, that he was concerned that I would, I would see him in a different light. And that really hurt because I was just being a Marine and that rah yet, you know, loud, you know, over, over the top male kind of persona. And that was one of those things that really hurt me.Cause I was like, damn bro. I thought we were good like that. And, and they were like, yeah, man, I couldn't tell you. And I was concerned that you would feel a certain way about me and I didn't want you to know. And I was. I actually yelled at him and was like, Hey motherfucker, why didn't you tell me? And then he told me that and I was like, and that actually hurt my feelings.Cause I was like, man, did I, did I make somebody feel that way than I shouldn't have De'Vannon: it? Wasn't you? It was the environment of the military. You know, he didn't wanna lose his livelihood and he didn't tell you or anyone else, unless it was someone else who was not, who was [00:54:00] clearly queer, but you know, which you don't present that way.And so ain't nobody gonna risk their, you know, their income and everything because they wanna have a, an open conversation with somebody because you never know how those things are gonna go. So I wouldn't take it personally. He was just trying to survive. Well, Shawn: years later, I, I we've talked about it more.He's my closest friend, my best friend, but, but it really was, it was kind of one of those things where I was like, damn bro. Initially it really caught me off guard. Mm-hmm De'Vannon: so as a Marine recruiter, did they tell you to lie? Shawn: No. Nope. And that was always one of those things. Like, I, I always will tell people this, I never lied about it.That was actually the big difference between the Marine Corps from a recruiting standpoint and maybe other services. I don't know, only because we wanted to tell you how bad it sucked. We wanted to tell you how hard it was. We wanted you to know that this was gonna be the like boot camp was gonna be hard.It was gonna be [00:55:00] miserable. It was gonna suck. You're gonna sweat. You're gonna question the fact that you even met me and ever did this. We wanted you to feel like that because that was part of the sell because people wanted people wanna be like, fuck that I could do that shit. You ain't gonna scare me off.I'll make that shit happen. It was part of the sell. De'Vannon: That's some good reverse psychology right there and playing on the male ego. See when I was an air force recruiter. They would try to get me to lie to the recruits about like their career. So like if I had a recruit who wanted to be a weatherman or work in avionics, I would work to get him that job, what the higher ups in the air force would do.And in, in, as soon as I asked you that this, this question, I realized that this, the response would probably vary on who your supervisor was at exactly where you were recruiting at. So so they would do some shit in the air force, [00:56:00] like book the guy in like a security forces, this job to be a police or whatever.And then they'll be like, we're just gonna go ahead and assign him this job. We've disregarded what he wants to do. And we want you to bring him into the office and act like, you know, this is the best job ever sell him on this job, you know? That's the sort of shit that they would try to get me to do in the air force.So that what you're talking about is just a little bit of free decor. Shawn: Yeah. Like we were, so that was our move. Like I kid you not there's, this is a real thing. You would walk in front of a crowd of kids and you would look around and be like, I don't think most of you could do be in the Marine Corps. Here's a little bit about it.If you, the one or, and, and this would be a move, you'd go. The one or two of you that I see in the room and you would look, you would never actually make eye contact with anyone. You would do this be like the one or two of you that are in here that probably could do it. You can come meet me in the back of the room when this is all [00:57:00] over with.And you would get like five or six of 'em, cuz these idiots would be like, I'm, he's talking to me. I know I'm I could do it and you'd stand there. And it, you never looked at anybody, but it was just let me see if I can hype you up enough. And it was a thing. You know, I used to tell kids all the time, you're gonna hate the day you met me within the, the first couple hours that you're at Paris island.You're gonna hate the day you met me. And they'd be like, what? I'm like. Yeah, that shit sucks. De'Vannon: Okay. Bootcamp is a motherfucker. Oh hot, Shawn: hot, like you. I went to bootcamp in July, South Carolina in July. I here's how hot it was. You wanna know how hot it was? De'Vannon: I was in San Antonio in July and August for mine.And so we were clearly in the 100, 1520 degrees. It was Shawn: so hot in South Carolina in July of 94, they used to have a pool outside that [00:58:00] we did our swim calls in. It was an outside swim call. It was so hot. The pool water felt like bath water, and it wasn't heated. That's how hot it was. Think about that.Getting in a pool and being like, I'm gonna get in this pool and cool down. This shit feels like bathwater.De'Vannon: Well, I'm glad you didn't melt. Shawn: Nope. Nope. No, all this sweetness made it through. So do you feel like movies, De'Vannon: like I think like Jarhead a full metal jacket do the Marine, I think that those were like Marine specific mm-hmm if I'm not mistaken, do you feel like they do the Marines? You know, is that really how it is or there's really soap party there.Y'all beating people up at night, you know, you know, Shawn: I know what you're asking, so, so I'll put it like, yes, I think full metal jacket. There's a lot of [00:59:00] legit because of the fact that AR EY who plays the drill instructor was a Marine drill instructor. And I think a lot of it from that era is legit fast forward today.No, nobody's pulling out bars of soap and beating some eye's ass or something like that. Jarhead I think is one of the worst movies ever made bar none. By far the biggest load of bullshit I've ever watched it should be burned and never played again anywhere. It's so bad. The fact that Jamie Fox plays a staff, Sergeant that an E two private first class runs his mouth to him.Like he's a punk at one point in that movie, that's not happening. That's that's not happening. And they talk about if you watch that movie, when the main character, the, of the movie ends and he goes to his buddy's funeral, he's [01:00:00] still in E two. After four years, you will get promoted three months outta bootcamp to E two, six months after that to E three, if you haven't, if you're not again, At least picked up E three and got out.You're a turd, you're a turd of a Marine and you're getting in trouble on a regular basis. And really, I got nothing for you. So I can't stand the, can you tell, I don't like that movie. De'Vannon: a scathing review. Y'all yeah. Shawn: I, I just, I think it's a garbage and a friend of mine read the book another Marine and said the book was really good and he's like, man, don't don't judge the movie.Don't judge the book by the movie. He's like, the book is really good. He really gets into some details of things. I I'll tell you one that I really talk about eye opening things, not to, to switch sides here. There's a book called shadow of the sword that I really wish they would make into a movie. [01:01:00]It's about a Marine who is a, I can't remember if he's a bronze star with a, with a V, which is a pretty high commendation for valor, or he was a Flying across, which is one step below the medal of honor winner.But ver awarded for valor honor went to, went to become a drill instructor and suffered such PTSD that it broke him. But to I have his book, but to read his story, shadow the sword and to hear like I wasn't trying to be a hero. My body took over and just did things because my friends were there and I needed to survive that they needed to survive that.And just the way he explains it in his, the aftermath of, of dealing with things afterwards and, and going through the PTSD like this dude talks about in the book, his [01:02:00] NAB, he was at his in-law's house and the neighbor's dog wouldn't stop barking at him. So he jumped over the fence and started choking the dog to death, like bare hand, choking the dog to death.That's a P you know, people be like, oh, you're an asshole. Or you're psycho. No, that's a PTSD reaction. And if they want, if Hollywood, Hollywood, if you're listening, go get the book shadow of a shadow of the sword and go make that into a movie. Go treat that the way it should be and treat the service members the way we should be treated.We lose 22 vets a day to suicide a day. So about my shows, I interviewed a gentleman who had his own organization called 22, 22 a day. Vet lives matter. He committed suicide and he had an organization. He had people around him. He. De'Vannon: Well, since you mentioned suicide, I had put a note here and I'm so glad to see they were on the same page with, I wanted to talk about veteran suicide.[01:03:00]And I pulled up some statistics from back in 2020, and it said that the army had the highest rate of suicide in 2020, at 36.4 death per 100,000 soldiers. So basically this is 580 total service members who died in 20, 20, 30% were active duty, the Marine Corps at the second highest suicide rate, 33.9 death per 100,000 Marines Shawn: that I'm not surprised by those numbers.I mean, ho ho every day, you know, it's most of us go to work just to get the job done. You would agree with that. You know, the average civilian goes to work just to get the job done. Well. Yeah, they do, but. How about you go to work and every day get told you need to do it better than you did the day prior.You need to, you need to hold yourself at that next step level. There is no doing it easier. And if you try to take the easy way, [01:04:00] you're a skater, you're a slouch, you're a turd, you're everything under the sun. So you must perform at that next step. Do that every day and then come out and be around people who don't understand that mindset, do that every day and for four years, and then come out to a place where you're like, you're right.This fucking has how work. This is how I do things and then turn around and see everybody else not performing at that level. Tell me what that does to your mindset. De'Vannon: For me, it made me narcissistic and arrogant because, because the military told me that, you know, I'm Superman, I'm better than everyone else.This alludes to what I was saying earlier about better training people to exit the military, you know, in bootcamp and throughout military, they prime us to be on this pedestal and they, we can't, you can't function that way in society and PTSD is real. I struggle with it. It's one thing for me to [01:05:00]have a one hour conversation with you, but for me to try to immerse myself in a day to day work environment with people is impossible because I'm constantly judging them.It's the military's voice in my head judging them. It's not really the say for instance, the end of the world in the military. They're always saying if you're 15 minutes, late, 15 minutes, if you're 15 minutes early for an appointment, then you're on time. 14 minutes. You're late, early, you're late in the civilian world.It's actually not a catastrophe if you're running a few minutes late, but goddamn in the military. So, so with people, I have to stop myself. If they're like a minute or five behind from looking at them, like they're the goddamn devil , you know, to this day. And I've been out of the military for almost fucked, you know, going on 20 years, you know, to this day, I'm all like, it's okay if they're two or three minutes late the van.And I have to like talk myself down from wanting to burn them with kerosene and brimstone when they show [01:06:00] up, you know? But we, we judge people irrationally. We judge ourselves, whatever we do, isn't good enough. We beat ourselves up because the military told us whatever we did is never enough. 99.9% on a test is, is terrible.It should have been 100. You know, I have Shawn: to get that one wrong. you De'Vannon: know, how dare you get that one wrong? Well, I mean, Shawn: you, you bring that up. You, you talk about the test that was, you know, you go through your entire life in school. Hey, I got a 60, I passed it still. That's a D get into the military, 80 to 85 is passing.If you get anything below an 80 or an 85, depending upon what, what courses you're taking, you failed. So, I mean, right there, you you're, you're on a different level right away. De'Vannon: And so, you know, learning how to deal with society even all these years later is just like, it's still a thing. And so that's why I'm all for all of these psychedelics, whatever [01:07:00] can help me deal with the O C D and the PT, PT, S D I think every veteran should have a license to do whatever fucking drugs we want and just be done with it.And so. You were I just, so we're just gonna talk about one more thing and then I just have positive advice for the veterans. And so you were in during nine 11 as much as I hate how divided an
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Cary Platto is the President & Co-Founder at First Mile Cycle Works in Lafayette, CA. He is a high energy leader with a deep background in product management, merchandising and marketing communications, retail and outdoor education. He is also specialized in the Outdoor, Active Lifestyle and Cycling industries.It was such a pleasure to have Carey join us on the show. Ever the outdoor enthusiast Carey has been involved in the outdoor retail industry for a long time. Now he shares his in depth knowledge of the MTB and cycling world with those that come to his Bike shop in Lafayette and with the Daring to Dabble Podcast.Right out of the gates Carey shares his most recent experiences riding North Star in Tahoe. We know he can crush it but what he shares is so much more important in that he discusses the fact that he chose to skip a feature on the downhill trail. This leads to a discussion about knowing when things are right for you and when it is a good time to pass. We reference the progression of life and staying in alignment with goals and interests continually, which leads to landing in professions, places or circumstances in life that early on we might not have thought were possible. We also talk about Coddiwompling which is to travel confidently without knowing the final destination. The key in that coddiwompling is simply staying true to oneself and interests so you are almost always headed in the right direction. This travel is the progression, and that journey ideally brings you closer to yourself. Another perspective that Carey suggests is to following what you love in life. This is not saying that is has to be so finite as only one activity etc. It can have a larger scope for instance loving community and allowing that passion to drive your career, decisions and use of time to honor it. That is truly what brings you closer to living a fulfilling life. There is a courage in that life approach too. An awareness of listening to yourself and a curiosity to dive deeper, paired with the courage to take action in following through with what you learn from you. Carey shares a maxim during our talk, he mentions how he "plays to win as opposed to playing not to lose". Carey sees this philosophy as a positive version of living life and even applies it to bike riding and the approach he shares with his riding students which is to "ride the bike and not let the bike ride you." It's about showing up in your own life and listening to your internal compass so that you can take the right steps for your personal journey instead of just landing where you land.Finally, we speak about being honest with yourself and instead of letting societal norm dictate and determine your life directions, goals etc. we ask our listeners to inquire deeply within themselves to understand why they are where they are. We all have agency and this is the moment to look inside and double check that you are on the right path for you. We invite you to try and to learn and to experience all that life has to offer and then see where it takes you. The world is your oyster! Want to connect with Carey?Website: https://www.firstmilecycle.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstmilecycle/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carey-platto-250754/Visit his bike shop, First Mile Cycle Works in Lafayette, CA!Join the month-long Design Lab with Elisehttps://www.nrhythm.co/design-lab-career-pathYou will design a career to cultivate your vitality and potential in 30-days! Elise and nRhythm will be your guides.
Aortic stenosis is one of the most common and serious valve disease problems. Listen as Dr. Joshua Rovin, a cardiovascular surgeon and director of the Center for Advanced Valve and Structural Heart Care at Morton Plant Hospital, discusses the main symptoms, causes and progression of aortic stenosis.
On today's episode, Ruth speaks with Nick Laufenberg from Vortex Optics to discuss all things Vortex, competition, and more! Nick currently resides in a unique role at Vortex where he specializes in all things precision rifle related. He oversees the precision rifle team as well as precision rifle events. Nick aids multiple teams at Vortex with trainings which involve ballistics and marksmanship, as well as assists the Vortex product development team with precision rifle related products. He competes in both rimfire, and centerfire matches around the United States, ranging from NRL22 to sniper competitions. The NRL22 Presented by Bushnell is a division of the National Rifle League which is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the growth and education of precision rifle shooting. The NRL22 was created to provide a way for competitors who are looking to get into the sport of precision rifle the opportunity to do so with 22lr or air rifles without having to invest a lot of money in gear or travel. The NRL22 program is designed so that any facility with a 100 yard range can participate in local competitions to qualify for a National Championship. Hear from Nick on current Vortex offerings, MRAD vs MOA, and more, on the NRL22 Podcast! Index: 0:19 Self Intro Nick Laufenberg 1:00 Is there a difference in sales at Vortex for Centerfire vs Rimfire? 2:45 How much of Vortex is focused on precision vs hunting for products? 4:28 Progression of Optics quality and technology 5:22 What is the breakdown between what people buy for rimfire vs centerfire? 6:45 MRAD vs MOA? 11:27 Wind Calls and Reticles 14:49 Nick discusses his preparation for the Vortex Sniper Challenge. 20:10 Tell us about your favorite matches and why? 23:40 What does Vortex have going on right now? 28:22 What else you have going on, how about those new head quarters? 32:24 Does Vortex have an official shooting team? 39:53 Questions from listeners… 40:10 What are your fundamentals for building a position? 45:33 What are the top two fundamentals a new shooter should work on? 53:07 What is a good starter setup for base class that is budget friendly? 1:02:02 Nick final thoughts Helpful Links: Possible Base Class Rifles • CZ 457 (MSRP $569.00) • Tika T1X (MSRP $599.99) • Savage Mark 2 (MSRP $599.99) • Savage B22 Precision (MSRP $659.00) • Ruger Precision Rimfire (MSRP $599.99) Possible Base Class Optics • Venom 5x25x56 (MSRP: $699.99) • Diamondback Tactical 4x16x44 (MSRP $449.99) • Diamondback Tactical 6x24x50 (MSRP $499.99) Do you have questions, comments, insight on the topics discussed today? Shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with Subject: "NRL22 Podcast S1 E5". If you enjoyed this podcast, make sure to subscribe to us on Soundcloud for more episodes and write us a review! Share this episode with anyone interested in all things rimfire. Follow Us On: Website: https://nrl22.org Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/nrl22 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1oT3mtLlRmh3CL5AGbYXMU?si=f10573cd391b4f0d FB: https://www.facebook.com/nrl22 IG: https://www.instagram.com/nrl22 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/NationalRifleLeague 14 September 2022
Tough Scene in Madison as the Badgers fell to unranked Washington State over the weekend in Week 2. In today's episode of the podcast, Alex and KJ dive into what went wrong and who should be held accountable. Was this the Badgers losing as opposed to the Cougars winning? Then catch up with Nick Herbig as he takes the show inside the locker-room, talking game recap, playing with his friend, and the Badgers response. How does Wisconsin get back on track against New Mexico State? Who wins the Herbie Gives Award for Week 2? Dive into the conversation and thank you for listening! Subscribing, leaving a five-star review on the Apple Podcasts, and telling a friend is the #1 way to help the show. Follow IKE Badgers on Twitter for Live-Tweeting of Badgers Football @IKE_Badgers Fan of the music? Stream "IKE Music" on Spotify Learn more about the #1 podcast network in the state of Wisconsin by visiting ikepodcastnetwork.com @welcometoike
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References Dr Guerra's membrane lecture notes Biochimica et BiophysicaActa (BBA) - Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids.2014. Volume 1841, Issue 9, September Pages 1241-1246 BioEssays, Volume: 40, Issue: 5, First published: 30 March 2018, DOI: (10.1002/bies.201800007) International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2015. 16(1):1928-48 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dr-daniel-j-guerra/message
Today we have the founder of Highsnobiety, David Fischer. In 2005, he started a streetwear and subculture-focused passion blog, which has since evolved into a global media brand. Today, Highsnobiety sits amongst the most visited global sources on emerging trends and products in fashion, music, art and lifestyle. The media brand acts as a cultural liaison that connects brands with the next generation of style-conscious tastemakers and trendsetters. Timestamps 0:00 - Intro 3:00 - David's initial entrance into fashion 8:30 - Similarities of NFT early days to those of men's fashion 14:08 - His personal influence on culture 18:00 - Progression of culture and fashion 22:12 - How David first heard about NFTs 27:30 - What they learned about missing the mark on massive cultural shifts 32:25 - “Not in Paris” launch 38:12 - biggest takeaways from their first nft drop 42:10 - fashion collaborations in web2 vs. web3 45:00 - What advice does he give brands entering into web3 48:15 - Favorite NFT
This week Sally Penni MBE is Talking Law with Alice Stephenson, Founder & CEO of Stephenson Law. Hear how Alice struggled with progression in the law whilst being a young Mum, and became so disillusioned with the profession that she even decided to quit. Inspired by her entrepreneur husband, she then started her own law firm to see if she could carve her own path within the industry. Alice and her firm are extremely creative in their use of social media and Alice says authenticity is the key to success. She's also very proud of her many tattoos – something which she thinks reveals her personality in a way rarely seen in the legal profession, but that actually is something many clients warm to. Alice also talks about juggling work and family life, and the importance of having a strong support network around you. She also tells the story of how she recently relocated along with her family and now works remotely from Amsterdam. This episode is supported by CBRE. Presented by Sally Penni MBE, barrister at law at Kenworthy's Chambers Manchester and founder and chair of Women in the Law UK. Follow Sally on Twitter @SallyPenni1 Find us on LinkedIn or at WomenInTheLawUK.com
Now that you've dipped your toes in the alternative hair pond, do you see the progression from the initial dread of wearing a wig, to full-blown wigaholic? When you wear the right wig, look in the mirror, and you see how fantastic you look, do you feel what I call, wig euphoria? So, how do you keep the perfect wig vibes going? First of all, I'm so glad you decided to jump over that alternative hair fence! It's so much fun over on this side, isn't it? Good quality wigs, whether they be synthetic wigs, or human hair wigs are truly life-changing! Welcome to episode 16 of Alternative Hair Alchemist! In this episode, I'm sharing how to make the progression from just one fabulous wig to having several. And, how to diversify (and care for) your collection in a way that will make the adjustment seamless for you. If you're anything like me, you may just start wearing different types of wigs one day to the next! And, if you're still sitting at home, too embarrassed to go out because your hair is thinning, I hope I'm inspiring you to take the leap and start enjoying your life again with alternative hair! Let's do this! With love, Debra Ready to up your wig game? Have a show idea? Let's connect! Facebook: Wise Wig Advice Facebook Group - A shame-free zone where I share videos from product vendors and some I make myself! Instagram:@verybestlittlehairhouse Youtube: Very Best Little Hair House - YouTube Twitter: @DebraTheWigLady Visit my website: Very Best Little Hair House Email me: email@example.com Virtual Sessions Now Available! Want some alternative hair alchemy of your own? Let's book a virtual session! Send me a message through our website for more information: Very Best Little Hair House
Caught up with a real one and had a quick "lunch break" with You Tuber , NateDogg916.This guy has been through quite a bit but is now out and thriving. Progression and positivity is his mantra. Enjoy a quick convo. Don't forget to LIKE, COMMENT,SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE. PEACE!!NATEDOGG916You Tube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnOjLE-cGO9v9U93VQWaTmgIG: nate.dogg916FB : Nate JacksonYouTube: LOUIE MAX IG: @louiemaxx @grindandpivotWebsite: www.grindandpivot.comMerch: www.louiemax.comFB: Louie MaxTwitter : @grindandpivotPublicity: Moxie Public Relations
Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-292 Overview: Alcohol use disorder is common, but effective medications to treat this disorder are not widely prescribed in the outpatient primary care setting, despite being available and having relatively good formulary coverage. Join us to hear how the use of medical treatment can decrease the incidence and progression of alcohol-associated liver disease. Episode resource links: Augustin G. L. Vannier et al, Incidence and Progression of Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease After Medical Therapy for Alcohol Use Disorder, JAMA Network Open (2022). DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.13014 Tetreault JM, O'Connor PG. Risky drinking and alcohol use disorder: Epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, course, assessment, and diagnosis. UpToDate. Published April 28, 2022. Accessed June 11, 2022. Holt SR, Tetrault, JM. Ambulatory Management of alcohol withdrawal. UpToDate. Published May 19, 2022. Accessed June 11, 2022. Holt SR. Approach to treating alcohol use disorder. UpToDate. Published March 22, 2022. Accessed June 11, 2022. Guest: Jillian Joseph, MSPAS, PA-C Music Credit: Richard Onorato