In this episode, the Tricast talks about games that keep the same format in every release and call it new and if it's getting out of hand.Each and every week we get together to channel our virtues through the Triforce to provide you, the listener, all the hottest topics from the mythical world of Video Games. We also add in as much of our colorful thoughts and Philip monologues as we can handle in a week simply because we love video games. If you like what you hear please consider leaving us a like and review on your podcasting app of choice. If you really enjoy it please consider sharing on social media or directly with your friends. This show continues to grow thanks to all of your wonderful support.You can find us on Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram @TricastGamingP1, and on our website www.tricastgamingpodcast.com. DM us on any platform with your questions!
Don't miss Ian Rapoport's weekly visit with Furness as Rap catches us up on all the news around the league. Rap's visits are thanks to the fine folks at Porter and York. Rare meat, well done. Visit PorterandYork.com to get great meat delivered straight to your door!
Are you interested in learning more about clinical research trials that are available for you? In today's episode, we will be discussing important information about clinical trials with Jason Bradt, MD, Ali Smyth, Ph.D., and Elizabeth(Buffy)Garabedian, RN, MSLS. This session was originally presented during IDF's Rare of the Rare Summit in October.
Ecologist Nick Haddad was sitting in his new office at North Carolina State University when the phone rang. On the other end of the line was... The U.S. Army. The Army folks told him, “Look, there's this endangered butterfly on our base at Fort Bragg, and it's the only place in the world that it exists. But it's about to go extinct. And we need your help to save it.” Nick had never even heard of the butterfly. In fact, he barely knew much about butterflies in general. Nonetheless, he said yes to Uncle Sam. “How hard could it be?” he wondered. Turns out, pretty hard. He'd have to trick beavers, dodge bombs, and rethink the fundamental nature of life and death in order to rescue this butterfly before it disappeared forever. This episode was reported by Latif Nasser, and produced by Rachael Cusick. Original music by Jeremy Bloom. Mixing by Arianne Wack. Special thanks to: Snooki Puli, Cita Escalano, Jeffrey Glassberg, Margot Williams, Mark Romyn, Elizabeth Long, the Public Affairs and Endangered Species Branches at Fort Bragg. Want to learn more? you can ...... read Nick Haddad's book The Last Butterflies: A Scientist's Quest to Save a Rare and Vanishing Creature... take a peek at Thomas Kral's original 1989 paper about the Saint Francis Satyr... visit Fort Bragg's webpage about the Saint Francis Satyr Support Radiolab by becoming a member today at Radiolab.org/donate.
Join us for the very first episode of Rare, where we explore what it means to mentor an up-and-coming generation of farmers, dive into the inspiration behind a grass-fed beef delivery company focused on transparency, and discover a glaring hole in the fast-casual food business.Featuring interviews with:Ron Mardesen of A-Frame Acres and Niman RanchMike Salguero of ButcherBoxJon Olinto of B.GOOD restaurants and One Mighty MillCheck out our upcoming episodes for more stories about the uncommon folks who are using their passion for food to solve problems in their industries, and in our world.Special Thanks to the band Caamp for the use of their song, Send the Fishermen, which can be found on Spotify, Apple Music, and more.
R&SRNR_145 – “THE TOP 40 LOST HITS OF 1959” This episode spotlights "The Top 40 Lost Hits Of 1959." It was a vintage year for music, including some great records you never seem to hear on the radio, or the satellite or on anyone's live stream anymore. These include a song with the same title as a book written by the super star singer who sang it. Plus, the mostly-instrumental 45 that's been featured in numerous major motion pictures, as well as national ad campaigns starting four decades after it was an international sensation. We've also got hit records by two different groups of tree-dwelling rodents. Then there's the hit record dedicated to a singer/songwriter who's been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in two different categories.
TCW Podcast Episode 148 - The Mysteries of Imagic We look at the company Imagic. This company only lasted a few short years during the lead up to, and through the crash. The company is notable for innovative packaging, and creating games that pushed the graphical fidelity of the Atari VCS to new levels! They were also one of the first companies to use graphics on a computer to then be translated to code on a console. A feat famously used by Rare in the creation of Donkey Kong Country. Unfortunately through a lot of bad luck Imagic was unable to go public due to the Time Warner earnings report two days prior. This lead to the company's downfall. Sprint 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuPEoLkVwtI Touch Me Arcade: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGY-wXvjWa0 Atlantis High-Res Scan: https://archive.org/details/AtlantisAtari2600HiResScans Cosmic Ark: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKYRsvy4pHg Demon Attack: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deEgbiAHaGs Atlantis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1bZGlW6708 Atlantis Commercial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVcxOA9iMOw Cosmic Ark Commercial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-gXCpJfx5M Demon Attack Commercial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TlLS54t6JY Star Voyager Commercial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YQiCdHfc2I New episodes on the 1st and 15th of every month! TCW Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @tcwpodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theycreateworlds Alex's Video Game History Blog: http://videogamehistorian.wordpress.com Alex's book is available for preorder and should be released through CRC Press in December 2019: http://bit.ly/TCWBOOK1 Intro Music: Josh Woodward - Airplane Mode - Music - "Airplane Mode" by Josh Woodward. Free download:http://joshwoodward.com/song/AirplaneMode Outro Music: RolemMusic - Bacterial Love - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Rolemusic/Pop_Singles_Compilation_2014/01_rolemusic_-_bacterial_love Copyright: Attribution: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Sit back and soak in The Sage of Tampa Bay Sports, the iconic and one-of-a-kind JoeBucsFan.com columnist, and Tampa's only Pro Football Hall Of Fame voter. Ira and Joe are presented by Bill Currie Ford! on the twice-weekly Ira Kaufman […] The post Ira Kaufman Dives Headfirst Into The Jon Gruden Mess, Gives Stunning Eagles-Bucs Predictions, Analyzes A Rare Bruce Arians Approach, And More appeared first on JoeBucsFan.com.
We are back with Wendy Bingham DPT, founder of the non-profit ExtraPelvic Not Rare, which is dedicated to starting conversation about extrapelvic endometriosis, while providing correct, up-to-date information about the signs and symptoms, diagnostics, and appropriate treatment referrals. In this episode, we speak about thoracic endometriosis: what it is, the symptoms, the treatment, how it's diagnosed and more. Wendy also tells us her vision for the future of endo treatment. WENDY'S WEBSITE: extrapelvicnotrare.org WENDY'S INSTAGRAM: @extrapelvicnotrare WENDY'S FB GROUP: ExtraPelvic Not Rare Endo Support and Education Group LIKE OUR SHOW? Please rate it or leave a review! CONNECT WITH US! INSTAGRAM: @in16yearsofendo WEBSITE AND RESOURCES: insixteenyears.com
Kari Luther Rosbeck, President & CEO, TSC Alliance, and Steven L. Roberds, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, TSC Alliance join us for a discussion about Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSCA) a rare genetic disorder. This is an incredibly educational conversation on how this disease is identified and treated. About 50% of those diagnosed with TSC, will also have a diagnosis of autism. Even if your child is not at risk for TSC, the thoughtful approach to treatment and resources can be valuable for all parents. As Kari shared, “When people are ready, they need to know; what are the right questions to ask, what about genetic testing, what about medication, and how does that whole system work?” Learn more about TSC Alliance by visiting tscalliance.org Interested in ABA therapy for your child? Contact us https://lrnbvr.com/contact All Autism Talk (allautismtalk.com) is sponsored by LEARN Behavioral (learnbehavioral.com)
Art and Lane watched the new Bond movie, We make our predictions on how this F1 season will pan out and Lane went to Rare Shades 5 at Skywalker Ranch. All that and more on this episode of the DWA! Podast.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Elevation Oncology has raised nearly $200M since its launch just two years ago. $200 million! That sounds like an enormous amount of investment capital, but when the company is potentially changing cancer treatment as we know it - you can see why investors are excited about Elevation's potential. Today, founder and CEO Shawn Leland tells us all about the raises, challenges, and excitement of growing his company. GIVEAWAY: Inspired by the Robbie Hardy episode where she shared the unbelievable story about how she used a magic 8-ball to help her decide whether or not to sell her company, we are giving away a Hutch 8-ball to anyone who writes a Founder Shares podcast review. All you need to do is write a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen - and let us know by sending an email to email@example.com.Hosted by Trevor Schmidt, Founder Shares is brought to you by Hutchison PLLC, and is edited and produced by Earfluence.
Elaine Kay 's son James was diagnosed with Peripheral Neuroectodermal Tumor Ewing's Sarcoma in February 2005. This cancer is so rare that only 26 people before James had ever had a diagnosis of this form of cancer. Elaine will talk about her son's recovery and will also discuss her role as the Director of the non profit Rally Nashville Foundation and the success that it has had in funding research for new medicines, and in creating an environment that has established it as an important part of the Nashville community.
RC Pro-Am is not only one of my favourite games on the NES, but it's one of the best games in that iconic little grey box's library. And I'll be damned if I'm gonna sit here and let anyone say anything different. Fortunately, nobody seems to be. The game is pretty basic. There's no real car customization, no multi-player, it only features one game mode, and there isn't even any in-game music, but none of that matters. You control a red car, you try to drive faster than blue, green and (cheating) yellow cars, and it's just a really fun experience. The game is over thirty years old, and I'll argue it's as playable today as it was back in the 80's. My buddy Brad is my guest this week, and we talked about how less was more when it came to the NES sometimes, with RC Pro-Am being exhibit A for that argument. We also touched on the fact that this was the beginning of great things for RARE as a developer, and how I didn't realize "R.C" stood for "remote control" until about a week ago... And before we talk about my incompetence, it's time for another edition of the 'Remember The Game Infamous Intro'! This week, we talked about how some games are synonymous with their creators (Hideo Kojima, specifically), and whether or not that's a detriment to the games themselves. Someone asks how often I get "you should play _____" messages, and how I respond to them. And I share my initial thoughts on Metroid Dread (it's very, very good.) PLUS, we have another round of 'Play One, Remake One, Erase One', featuring some retro racers - Super Off-Road, Uniracers, and Virtua Racing! Are you on social media? Of course you are. So follow us! Twitter: @MemberTheGame Instagram: @MemberTheGame Facebook.com/MemberTheGame Twitch.tv/MemberTheGame Twitter: @quantumkickflip RC Pro-Am is not only one of my favourite games on the NES, but it's one of the best games in that iconic little grey box's library. And I'll be damned if I'm gonna sit here and let anyone say anything different. Fortunately, nobody seems to be. The game is pretty basic. There's no real car customization, no multi-player, it only features one game mode, and there isn't even any in-game music, but none of that matters. You control a red car, you try to drive faster than blue, green and (cheating) yellow cars, and it's just a really fun experience. The game is over thirty years old, and I'll argue it's as playable today as it was back in the 80's. My buddy Brad is my guest this week, and we talked about how less was more when it came to the NES sometimes, with RC Pro-Am being exhibit A for that argument. We also touched on the fact that this was the beginning of great things for RARE as a developer, and how I didn't realize "R.C" stood for "remote control" until about a week ago... And before we talk about my incompetence, it's time for another edition of the 'Remember The Game Infamous Intro'! This week, we talked about how some games are synonymous with their creators (Hideo Kojima, specifically), and whether or not that's a detriment to the games themselves. Someone asks how often I get "you should play _____" messages, and how I respond to them. And I share my initial thoughts on Metroid Dread (it's very, very good.) PLUS, we have another round of 'Play One, Remake One, Erase One', featuring some retro racers - Super Off-Road, Uniracers, and Virtua Racing! Are you on social media? Of course you are. So follow us! Twitter: @MemberTheGame Instagram: @MemberTheGame Facebook.com/MemberTheGame Twitch.tv/MemberTheGame Twitter: @quantumkickflip
Joe Bullock was diagnosed with stage 3 Colon Cancer at the age of 50 in 2018. Joe is now fully healthy and has dedicated his life to helping children, adolescents, teenagers, and their families deal with a cancer that is normally found in much older people. Joe will discuss his non profit Colontown Jr. which is set up to help those who are suffering from the crushing reality of Pediatric Colon Cancer, and he is currently working with 13 families who are trying to understand and cope with a diagnosis given to their children which is so rare.
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Your house is one of your most valuable assets so making sure you have a plan for how it will be taken care of after you pass is something all homeowners should consider and understand. Marissa Bagasra is an attorney who practices and specializes in estate law in DC, MD, and VA. In this episode, we discuss the process of what happens to one's home when they pass away in all three jurisdictions so you can plan for the unexpected and hopefully make these decisions ahead of a time when they need to be made. Subscribe to our show and feel free to reach out to us on The RARE website or directly to Alison with comments and questions: www.theRAREdc.com | firstname.lastname@example.org IG: @theraredc and Marissa: email@example.com
On the 34th episode of “That's Nifty” we sat down with Tillavision, an artist with deep roots in the Music and Entertainment biz, who started 3D and Animation in the last 5 years. Check out his two newest projects: Lil Bitcoin and The Death Row ExperienceTillavisionTwitter: @tillavisionInstagram: @tillavisionTopics:Daylings, "Metaversed Up", Breakdancing, DJ Life, LiveMixtapes.com, Learning 3D, Stage Visuals, "NFTs are my Mixtape", JUICEWRLD Memorial, Bringing other Artists into the fold, Favorite Mixtapes, Merchandise, Walt Disney Inspiration, First SuperRare Collab, Flip the Script on the Client: Everyone gets paid, $RARE, Decentralized Avatar: Lil Bitcoin, Rewarding your Patrons, Popularizing VR, 360 Degree Virtual Websites, Deathrow Experience, "It can always be better" - Creative Director, "Fail Fast, Fail Often", Social MediaMentions:@paradisemelissa @JoeyFingazTSO @antonitudisco @fewocious @machinegunkelly @KDCVisions @cryptojeweler @deathrowmusic @2chainz @_KidEight @marc_tudisco @Glomannft @ColourfulMula @ChiefKeef @LILBITCOINCMR
It is understood that mental health is of huge importance in life, and it can be amplified in the rare disease community. And then add society's pull on the situation - Men are seemingly expected to be stoic and strong no matter what. You've got a recipe for a particularly difficult situation. That's what David Ross is addressing with his men's group focused on Men's Mental Health in Rare disease. Listen to find out more.
IMDB told us this was the third best episode of Kyle XY, so we've got friends of the show Val and Giga joining us to talk about the very Big Episode of S03E08, "The Tell-Tale Heart"! Is it as good as the IMDB score suggests? Kessi shippers certainly think so! Good thing we don't know anyone like that! Anyway, I wonder if Michael Cassidy is a villain or just a cool RA? Sam | Jordan | Val | Gigalithic Twitter | Patreon | Discord | YouTube
DMing is all about bringing your ideas to the table, but some ideas reach beyond the story and dialogue to change the way the game is played. Today, 3 Wise DMs open a Pandora's Box of DMing ideas and inspiration for D&D 5E. From campaign setting ideas to new weapon rules, combat formations, vampire and dragon age categories, and more, in this episode, Thorin, Tony and Dave pitch the craziest D&D house rules and setting features they'd love to play with in the future. 1:00 Campaign ideas 1. Dark Sun for 5E: Could you resurrect the survival desert setting full of slavery and cannibalism? 2. Spelljammer space travel for 5E (Note: we recorded before WotC revealed it's happening) 3. Planescape for 5E: Plane shifting between different, wacky worlds and dimensions 4. Call of Cthulhu in Ravenloft with PCs like Van Helsing and Jonathan Harker 5. Celts vs. powerful nature spirits vs. Romans in a pseudo-historical setting with limited NPC magic 6. A prehistoric game with more intense magic and active gods, but low-level technology 7. Clerics vs. Wizards: A world where arcane magic has been branded heretical 8. Do you need to limit PC class selection in worlds with low magic or low technology? 25:00 Mechanical ideas for combat and encounters 9. Technologically low and high-quality swords with non-magical +/- bonuses 10. Injury rules and not recovering all your health after long rests 11. Weapon wear and breakage 12. An aside on Viking sword and shield usage 13. Capping hit points at a lower level 14. Combat formations: shield walls, pike hedges, etc. 15. New weapon properties and action: long reach, weapon grapples 16. Called-shot attacks (Aim for the eyes!) 17. Weapons that give an AC bonus 18. Improving the shield bonus, but making it something you can lose 19. Heirloom weapons that get progressive bonuses/powers as the player advances in tiers 62:00 Magic and magic item ideas 20. Expanding spell concentration (perhaps by allowing a familiar or item to hold concentration on one of your spells) 21. Creating unique spells 22. Places of power where players can cast unique spells 23. Rare spell components that boost the spells cast with them 24. Rebalancing charges 71:00 Monster ideas 25. The bag man and other Candy Man type horror monsters 26. Giving dragons wider age categories and introducing mightier Great Wyrms 27. The Corpse Flower garden 28. Expanding vampire power levels and roles 29. Spirts of the Land 82:00 Final thoughts Support this podcast
In this episode, the Tricast talks about the recent interview with Playstation President and CEO Jim Ryan and if this interview changed Phil's criticism against him.Each and every week we get together to channel our virtues through the Triforce to provide you, the listener, all the hottest topics from the mythical world of Video Games. We also add in as much of our colorful thoughts and Philip monologues as we can handle in a week simply because we love video games. If you like what you hear please consider leaving us a like and review on your podcasting app of choice. If you really enjoy it please consider sharing on social media or directly with your friends. This show continues to grow thanks to all of your wonderful support.You can find us on Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram @TricastGamingP1, and on our website www.tricastgamingpodcast.com. DM us on any platform with your questions!
This week on The Cigar Authority Live from the Toscano Sound Stage in Salem, New Hampshire… It's 600 Episodes… in 600 weeks. This week – let's look back to Episode #1 as we discuss Rare and Limited Edition Cigars… are they all that or just marketing? Welcome to TCA. In the first hour we will smoke the Araganorsa Rare Leaf as we discuss rare and limited cigars. In the second hour we will light up the Dos Hombre Barber Pole 6 x 60 which was part of The Cigar Authority Care Package. Join us for all of this and the usual suspects including the VS Question of the Week, Offer of the Day, Cigar News, The email of the week and a peek into the Asylum. The Cigar Authority is a member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live in front of a studio audience at Studio 21 Podcast Cafe upstairs at Two Guys Smoke Shop in Salem, NH. As always you can find many of the cigars we smoke at https://www.2guyscigars.com. Never miss an episode by subscribing to the show via Apple Podcasts and Podbean.
Don't miss Ian Rapoport's weekly visit with Furness as Rap catches us up on all the news around the league. Rap's visits are thanks to the fine folks at Porter and York. Rare meat, well done. Visit PorterandYork.com to get great meat delivered straight to your door!
Why do people want a boat?Who better to ask then Captain Sean P. Meagher of Worth Avenue Yachts?!Sean's resume is absolutely astounding, and a conversation with the stand-in Captain on the new season of Below Deck is nothing short of fantastic! It's time to find your yacht with Worth Avenue Yachts. Worth Avenue Yachts is a world-class yacht brokerage firm founded by industry-leading professionals specializing in luxury yachts for sale, yacht charter and new yacht construction. Worth Avenue Yachts invites you to reconnect with the beauty of the places and people of our world. Rare natural wonders await in the Exumas and on pristine islands in the Caribbean, while the yachting playgrounds of the Mediterranean promise turquoise lagoons and seaside villages, each with a unique personality and centuries-old cultural traditions.WorthAvenueYachts.com
A judge ruled that after one of their daughters moved in with Charlie Sheen, he would no longer be required to pay child support to Denise Richards. New photos of Britney Spear' teens— Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15 —give the first real glimpse of them in over a year. Adele took home the top award at the 2017 Grammys, but maintains Album of the Year should have gone to Beyoncé. Instinct magazine's Corey Andrew joins Rob with all the dish! Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
You could say it is a rare gem at Herriman High School and it's giving students a brand-new experience in education. On this episode of the Supercast, we take you inside the first ever jewelry making class where creativity is coming alive with the creation of one-of-a-kind accessories. Join us as we head into the ...continue reading "Episode 107: A Rare Gem of a Class at Herriman High School"
Hello all you gluttons for punishment - upon you here is the torture of episode 24. Gird your loins.. strap yourself in .. prepare to be entertained in the most undignified way. Rare demos from my dubious past, along with new songs from my notorious present, shall be trotted out in splendid madness. There's quite a collection of eclectic tracks featured in this month's episode. I'll spin a song I wrote in the 90s - a precursor to the ‘In the House of Stone and Light' album… when at last I was discovering my “artist's” voice and foraging for my identity as a solo singer/performer. We'll visit the 80s when I worked with the majestic songwriter Clif Magness… penning a rocker for the movie Caddyshack 2. I'll debut a track from my upcoming instrumental/ambient album and play a rare demo that was motivated by tragic circumstances occurring at my old secondary school back in England. Bootsie, our existential feline philosopher, will solve the mystery surrounding a rural farmer who is plagued by crop circles… and supernatural cows. What more could you ask for? And a truly rarefied demo is finally unleashed that brings my thoughts back to being bitten by ‘Lord Andrew'…. one of my loving cats, who most definitely left his mark upon me, jeopardizing one of my guitar playing fingers! So again I enquire - what more could you ask for? Sanity? Oh no, you won't get that! Spread your wings ‘OwlHeads' - talleyho!
RotoUnderworld Radio Fantasy Football Podcast - Mind of Mansion, Ep 564: The Podfather Matt Kelley (@Fantasy_Mansion) and Phil Alexander (@PhilFBG) are suddenly Kyle Pitts apologists. Why Leonard Fournette's ADP was a mistake. Devante Parker and Antonio Brown are top trade targets. Henry Ruggs and Kadarius Toney are not dead yet. Underdog Resurrection is HERE: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-rotounderwold, Code UNDERWORLD for a $10 instant deposit match Get the DFS Dominator: www.playerprofiler.com/daily-fantasy-sports Support the Ekeler Foundation: https://austinekeler.com
Facing More Than You Can Handle? with Miguel Sancho “It's OK to be scared. You're not the first person to go through this. Be patient. Focus on what's in front of you. Push forward. Protect your head. Hold on. And you can do this.” — Miguel Sancho Episode Summary: As a parent, can you wrap your mind around what it would be like to be facing the possible death of your child? How would you face what feels like more than you can handle? In this episode, we talk with Miguel Sancho, an Emmy Award winning journalist, and executive producer of award winning documentaries and news programs. His work has been seen History Channel in 2021, 2020. His current work is “The Proof Is Out There” on The History Channel. Miguel Sancho's book, "More Than You Can Handle, A Rare Disease, a Family in Crisis, and the Cutting-Edge Medicine that Cured the Incurable is a page turner! His book chronicles the lives and deaths of patients and staff at the Duke University Hospital Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, where his son's life was saved in 2016. Listen in to hear Miguel Sancho share the harrowing experience of parenting his critically ill son, Sebastian. Topics We Discuss: Chasing medical answers while their infant son Sebastian endured surgeries, treatments, medicines in his first months. Ultimately, a bone marrow transplant when his son was age 4. Miguel Sancho's journey of ups and downs - through stoicism, workaholism, depression, anxiety, marital issues, and finally through meditation, discipline and faith. Plunging into the science and knowledge of the situation, as an ennobling exercise in optimism. The importance of trying and using multiple modes of healing to find the particular combination that works for you individually – therapy, mediation, medications, exercise... The therapeutic benefit of mindfully allowing yourself to feel your intense emotions. Meditation and lovingkindness or meta as coping and healing practices. Miguel Sancho's wife's program: “Five F's” – faith, family, friends, food, fun. Get Your Copy of “More Than You Can Handle” You can learn more about “More Than You Can Handle” and purchase your copy at here or anywhere books are sold. Follow Miguel Sancho on: Website LinkedIn Support Life, Death and the Space Between: If you're enjoying the podcast and finding value in guest interviews, ghost stories, and the content I share, please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patreon member for as little as $5 a month at Patreon.com/DrAmyRobbins As a member you'll get more say in the content we cover and exclusive access to behind-the-scenes goodness! Stay Connected: Facebook Instagram YouTube Fireside
Bitcoin (BTC) should see a “large” price increase thanks to a rare bullish phenomenon that has just hit for the first time in seven years. In his latest update on Bitcoin's relative strength index (RSI), popular Twitter analyst TechDev flagged major similarities between this year and the 2013 BTC bull run. “Bitcoin had its 2nd bullish monthly stoch RSI cross between 20 and 80 this cycle. An especially bullish cross. Sep 2021 and May 2020,” TechDev commented alongside a chart showing the action. “This cross only happened two other times in history. You guessed it. Sep 2013 and May 2012. Large pumps followed all 3 previous crosses.” For complete show notes and for the full premium experience with video, visit our YouTube channel at http://CryptoNewsAlerts.net
Check the box. Yeah, it's on the form there. Hao-Fountain Syndrome. Should be under H. Oh, it isn't there?A frustrating afternoon of trying to get Tess's blood into our USP7 biobank. This podcast is sponsored by The Disorder Channel. It's 100% devoted to programming about rare diseases and other types of disabilities. You can add it for free right now on Roku and Amazon Fire TV. The Disorder Channel—the most rare stories in the world. https://www.thedisordercollection.com/Check out my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/bobigelowLearn more about our life with Tess on my blog: http://www.portlandrootsmedia.com/stronger-every-day-blog-1
Show #586 Originally broadcast 10/04/2021 Aretha Franklin – Soulville (Columbia) Arthur Conley – Love Got Me (Atco Intruders – Up and Down the Ladder (Gamble) Spellbinders – Help Me (Get Myself Back Together Again) (Columbia) Timmy Willis – Mr Soul Satisfaction (Sidra) Miracles – Going to a Go Go (Tamla) Jr Walker and the All […]
How many folks have been coon hunting their entire life and yet to try and eat racoon? Today Marty shares that wisdom and the concern over the global agenda to end Christianity.
Legendary “Cayuse pony” breed gave Indians far more endurance and speed than settlers' mounts, a fact that cost gambler and horseman Joe Crabb most of his ready cash on “The Day Pendleton Went Bankrupt” (Pendleton, Umatilla County; 1870s, 1880s, 1890s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1404a.cayuse-tribes-legendary-ponies.html)
Sachin had the privilege to speak at an investment fund about the multiple ways an employer can help increase employee retention, productivity, and build a workplace environment that creates health. This episode is filled to the brim with practical tips on how to stimulate your vagus nerve, get a grip on better breathing — and why it's important — fasting, oral posture, junk lighting management and so much more! Key Takeaways: [1:02] Sachin welcomes listeners to this special recording he did for an investment fund that is looking to optimize the health and productivity of its employees. [2:36] The practice of gratefulness is a good start for each day; Sachin shares the question he tries to ask himself every day as well as what mirror neurons are and how they can affect your productivity. [5:47] What is your “why”? Sachin shares what his own “why” is and invites listeners to try to love themselves to life more! [12:22] Health consists of multiple facets, Sachin breaks down some of the main ones, from accountability to genetics and mindset, lifestyle, etc. [18:06] Religious texts mention fasting more than they mention prayer… There is something there, and Sachin invites listeners to begin their foray into fasting with a few tips as well as a crash course on the microbiome. [24:35] How can nasal breathing, your diaphragm, and oral posture help your overall health and productivity? Sachin shares quick and easy tips you can use to better your posture, breath, lessen your cortisol levels immediately as well as reducing cavities! [39:00] Sachin guides listeners through the buzz breath as well as four other breathing exercises that will get your lymph moving, increase your nitrous oxide production, tap into your vagus nerve or even stimulate right or left brain thinking! [52:25] The greatest predictor of lifespan is lung capacity, alongside hamstring flexibility and grip strength. Sachin takes out a spirometer and teaches listeners how this device can help train and measure increases in your lung capacity. [55:15] Sachin explains how the autonomic nervous system regulates your stress and relaxation responses as well as what exactly stress does to your body, he also touches on the effects that slowing down during meals can have on your blood pressure. [58:00] The vagus nerve, cranial nerve 10, leaves the brain, goes to the face, wraps around your lungs, heart, and organs. Stimulating this nerve leads to more blood flow to organs… so take out your tongue scraper! [1:01:07] How is junk lighting affecting you? We are overexposed to blue spectrum lighting and it is affecting our overall health. Sachin proposes a few ways to mitigate and curb our exposure to improper light frequencies and promote basking in the right lights! [1:15:40] The three intuitive things children know to do when they are unwell — and you should too. Sachin speaks to the importance of being proactive with your health and moving away from the current reactive system. [1:19:45] The floor is open to a Q&A! From how to reach Sachin and how he works with clients, to the Oura Ring to genetic testing and more on breathing, deviated septums, and sleep hygiene! Mentioned in this episode Perfect Practice Live Spirometer F.LUX Oura Ring The Oxygen Advantage More about your host Sachin Patel How to speak with Sachin Go one step further and Become The Living Proof Perfect Practice Live firstname.lastname@example.org Books by Sachin Patel: Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community and Get Paid What You're Worth The Motivation Molecule: The Biological Secrets To Eliminate Procrastination, Skyrocket Productivity, and Get Sh!t Done
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In this episode, Trav and Alex remember back 25 years ago to the release of the N64 and list off a handful of their favorite N64 games that were not developed by Nintendo or Rare! A few emails get answered about exciting boss battles, reality TV, and speedrunning.Find more of our work at http://www.polymedianetwork.comFind Travis on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/travplaysgamesFind Alex on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/snesdrunkSend us an email email@example.comPlease rate and review our podcast wherever you listen!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/snesdrunk)
We discuss ACL Festival finally getting a permit from the city, why Jason's softball blunder was so rare, it's actually impressive, and whether anyone cares that the Longhorn band won't travel to TCU. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rare form from The Sage today. Ira is pointing a lot of fingers, naming names and dealing all kinds of Bucs perspective. The fun is presented by Bill Currie Ford! Bill Currie Ford GM Sean Sullivan is your personal connection […] The post Ira Kaufman Jumps On Todd Bowles, Dissects Defensive Decisions & Personnel Usage, Breaks Down The Bucs' Offensive Plan & Much More appeared first on JoeBucsFan.com.
Mayor de Blasio visited Rikers Island Monday in his first trip since 2017. Jake Offenhartz, Gothamist/WNYC reporter, was there, and reports on what the mayor saw and said about the ongoing crisis. Then, while Governor Hochul has signed legislation to release a couple of hundred detainees on Rikers Island amid the escalating crisis, New York City judges continue to set bail and send more people to jail. George Joseph, reporter with WNYC's Race and Justice Unit and Akash Mehta, editor-in-chief of New York Focus, talk about their investigation into what criteria judges use to set bail, and which judges do it the most.