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Episode 30 - Jackie the Joke Man, Morgan Spurlock, Willy from Duck Dynasty and Sherrod Small I now cherish the last year of radio I did especially with the passing of my dear friends Carl Ruiz and Vic Henley. I was able to come to the realization why I went into radio all those years ago. It was for the fun and pure joy of it. The last year was filled with ugliness, drama and a ton of laughter. Me, Carl Ruiz, Vic Henley and Sherrod Small had the time of our lives on and off the radio show. Our close friendships was on full display. The last year also saw Carl Ruiz blossom into a superstar which led me to do the Opie Radio podcast with him. A special thanks to Erock, Clubsoda Kenny, Paul and Louis for going on this ride with us. Hope you enjoy the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the last year of radio I did. Join the Private Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/203909694525714 Instagram and Tik Tok - OpieRadio opie #opieandanthony #comedy #funny #pods #nyc #newyorkcity #nyclife #JoeRogan #Anthony #cumia #clubsodakenny #billburr #trumpSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 2751: The Rats Are Gnawing Away On The American's Wallets
"No one in Manhattan is ever further than 30 feet from a rat," explains Richard Reynolds, a long-time associate of the Ryders Alley Trencher-fed Society, or R.A.T.S. for short. And in New York City's legendary rat abundance, Reynolds and associates find huge recreational opportunities--hunting Norwegian rats with savvy 8-dog packs. Reynolds colorfully describes how and where rats are hunted, strategies, rat characteristics and habitat, dog breeds and, associated perils-- like why first-timers should definitely duct-tape their pants! Something to talk about next time a mouse scurries across your camp kitchen or duck blind, y'all don't dare want to miss this unique hunting adventure episode. The willies alone are worth it! Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells https://bossshotshells.com/ Benelli Shotguns https://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/waterfowl-shotguns Tetra Hearing https://tetrahearing.com/ Ducks Unlimited https://www.ducks.org Mojo Outdoors https://www.mojooutdoors.com/p Tom Beckbe https://tombeckbe.com/ Flash Back Decoys https://www.duckcreekdecoys.com/ Voormi https://voormi.com/ GetDucks.com USHuntList.com It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell email@example.com
Jeff recaps Tori Spelling's birthday dinner where not everyone was happy to see him. Later, a tragic turn of events has Jeff wondering about the status of his cabinets and Matt & Megan tell us which role play fantasies turn them on.• • • Want more Jeff Lewis? Click here to sign up for 3 free months of SiriusXM and listen weekdays to "Jeff Lewis Live" at 12pE/9aP on Radio Andy Channel 102.• • • Host - Jeff LewisGuests - Matt Rogers, Megan Weaver, & Shane DouglasExecutive Producer - Alyssa HeimrichProducer & Editor - Jamison ScalaPhone Screener - Oscar Beltran
Find out if we are "Rats Off A Ship" on Robert De Niro, The Celtics and Germany.
New York City is about to have quite the racially charged summer. Kunal and Dennis get into it. Also, they talk about a secret police station operating in the heart of the city. All this and more on this week's episode of City of Rats.Kunal's IG: https://www.instagram.com/alldaykca/Kunal's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt00fij0NUjU2od8dHvLe-gFollow Dennis at: https://www.instagram.com/dennisrooney7/?hl=en
As oil data in 2023 shows that second-half tightening is less likely, it may be time to alter the narrative around the expected market for the remainder of the year.Important note regarding economic sanctions. This recording references country/ies which are generally the subject of selective sanctions programs administered or enforced by the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”), the European Union and/or by other countries and multi-national bodies. Any references in this recording to entities, debt or equity instruments, projects or persons that may be covered by such sanctions are strictly incidental to general coverage of the issuing entity/sector as germane to its overall financial outlook, and should not be read as recommending or advising as to any investment activities in relation to such entities, instruments or projects. Users of this recording are solely responsible for ensuring that their investment activities in relation to any sanctioned country/ies are carried out in compliance with applicable sanctions.----- Transcription -----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Martijn Rats, Morgan Stanley's Global Commodity Strategist. Along with my colleagues bringing you a variety of perspectives, today I'll discuss how the 2023 global oil market story is changing. It's Tuesday, May the 9th at 4 p.m. in London. Over the last several months, the dominant narrative in the oil market was one of expected tightening in the second half. Although supply outstripped demand in the first quarter, the assumption was that the market would start to tighten from the second quarter onwards and be in deficit once again by the second half, which would lead to a rise in price. At the start of the year, this was also our thesis for how 2023 would play out. However, as of early May, it seems this narrative needs to change. The expectation of second half tightness was largely based on two key assumptions. One, that China's reopening would boost demand, and two, the Russian oil production would start to decline. By now, however, it seems that these assumptions have run their course and are in fact behind us. On China, both the country's crude imports and its refinery runs were already back at all time highs in March, leaving little room for further improvement. On Russia, oil production has fallen from recent peaks, but probably only about 400,000 barrels a day. From here, we would argue that it's becoming increasingly unlikely it will fall much further. The EU's crude and product embargoes have been in place for some time now. Russian oil that flows now will probably continue to flow. That raises the question whether the second half tightening thesis can still be sustained. After OPEC announced production cuts at the start of April, we argued that OPEC was mostly responding to a weakening in the supply demand outlook. Perhaps counterintuitive, but we lowered oil price forecasts already significantly at the time those cuts were announced. Still, with those cuts, we thought that the second half balances would be about 600,000 barrels per day undersupplied, and that that would be enough to keep Brent in the mid-to-upper $80 per barrel range. New data from this past month, however, has further chiseled away at this deficit, which we now project at just 300,000 barrels a day. This is in effect getting very close to a balanced market, and that limits upside to oil prices, at least in the near term. Even this modest undersupply now mostly depends on seasonality in demand and OPEC production cuts. However, when the second half arrives, oil prices will start to reflect expected balances for early 2024. In the first half of '24, seasonality may turn the other way and OPEC production cuts are scheduled to come to an end. Our initial estimate of 2024 balances showed the market in a small surplus, especially in the first half. Looking beyond the next 12 months, oil prices still have long term supportive factors. Demand is likely to continue to grow over the rest of the decade, while investment levels have been low for some time now. However, the structural and the cyclical don't always align, and this is one of those moments. The second half tightness thesis does not appear to be playing out, and we don't see much tightness in the period just beyond that either. We expect Brent oil prices to stay in their recent $75 to $85 per barrel range, probably skewed towards the bottom end of that range later this year when the market enters a period of seasonal softness again and OPEC's voluntary cuts come to an end. Thanks for listening. If you enjoy the show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share Thoughts on the Market with a friend or colleague today.
In this new series on Mafia history, I chose the top 5 rats based on numerous factors. Do you agree or disagree? Who am I missing? Let me know in the comments, and be sure to hit the subscribe AND notification bell so you are reminded when the next MAFIA HISTORY show comes out. Stay to the end and you'll hear what I'm doing next time!#Massino #Sammy #Leonetti#Reles #Valachi #Mafia #OrganizedCrime #Gotti #JohnGotti #Gambino #SeriousAndSilliness #JohnLivia #NewYork #NewYorkMafia #5Families #FiveFamilies #LaCosaNostra #MafiaRat #WitSec #WitnessProtection #Prison #Omerta #Genovese #Lucchese #bonannocrimefamily #colombo Thank you to BenSound for the audioThank you to SoundJay for the audio
It's a-me, Mario… wait no. It's just us, Stef and Amy. While recovering from surgery—Stef's on a side quest! Her new video game pastime is helping her heal in more ways than one. Another character (Amy) shares listener letters that cover everything from a Molly Shannon cancer flick review to more of that relatable scanxiety. Then, a diagnosing doc's perplexing recommendation to a listener's Italian mama has us hauling out our soapboxes once again. Mamma Mia, indeed! RATS sets aside the deep dive today and instead offers a shallow swim… it's a lighter sprinkling of news and headlines, including a treatment that makes sure cancer kids go into adulthood with full hearts.Our pal Rudy's podcast is here; check it out! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/random-redux-review/id1480112332Here's a list of games about grief from a really cool mental health-focused site (it doesn't list Cozy Grove, however, the game Stef's been playing): https://safeinourworld.org/news/15-games-about-death-and-grief/ and and article from the Guardian about this: https://www.theguardian.com/games/2023/apr/19/how-video-games-help-people-through-griefFrom RATS: Here's an article about Merck's plan to have a vaccine by 2030: https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2023/04/10/moderna-hopes-to-offer-new-vaccines-for-cancer-heart-disease-by-2030.htmlHere's the NCI blog's piece about protecting heart health in cancer kids: https://www.cancer.gov/news-events/cancer-currents-blog/2023/childhood-cancer-dexrazoxane-protects-heart-doxorubicinHere's the CNN article about the melanoma vaccine (featuring a surprise appearance by Hugh Jackman!): https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2023/04/17/health/experimental-skin-cancer-vaccine/index.htmlAnd here's a press release from our old friends Systems Oncology about SERA2. Fingers crossed! https://systemsoncology.com/news/systems-oncology-to-present-positive-preclinical-data-for-sera2-at-j-p-morgan-41st-annual-healthcare-conference/Cancer for Breakfast is hosted by Amy Dials and Stefanie LeJeunesse, and is produced by Nathan McGehee.Our theme music is by Vyvyvyr. RATS theme song is by Jessica Boudreaux of Summer Cannibals. Want to support the podcast? We're on BuyMeACoffee and Patreon. We appreciate it so much when you rate, review or subscribe on Apple Podcasts, you can do that RIGHT HERE! Follow us on *Instagram (*we made a new account!) @cancerforbreakfastpod or on Twitter @cancerbreakfastSubmit a letter via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.orgAnd as always, thanks for listening!
Happy Sunday! Do you need a break or a good laugh today? Listen to this re-release to brighten your day!Kim and Jen discuss why you should check the school for opening before there is a rat infestation. They discuss team dynamics and how to deal with uncomfortable meeting situations. In Twisted Lit, Kim discusses why pinning back loose skin isn't the best option to recapture your youth, especially when the king throws you out of the window and your skin gets caught in the branches of a tree. Jen tells us how the Velveteen Rabbit changed her life, and how she wishes that her teenage son would carry his stuffed dog with him as he did when he was four. They discuss why elves should never be left alone with wine and the keys to the mini-van.#womenpodcasters #teachercomedy #teaching #italianfairytales #Velveteenrabbit #grimmfairytales #classroomnews #teacherselfcare #education@Twisted__Teacher Link TreeSouthern California teachers return to school to find rat-infested classroomsThe Flayed Old WomanThe Velveteen Rabbit SummaryThe Death of the Little HenTwisted Teachers Podcast wants to hear from you!Website-Twistedteacherspodcast.comLINKTREE :https://linktr.ee/twistedteacherContact us via email: Twistedteachers2@gmail.comInstagram: @twisted__teacher; @inked_educator68; @escaping_educationTik Tok: @inkededucator @escape_educationFacebook: @TwistedTeacherLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifersquireroberts
Boston City Council President Ed Flynn is proposing an Office of Pest Control for the city to combat its rat problem. Last year Boston was ranked number 13 on Orkin's Top 50 Rattiest Cities, so the city is no stranger to dealing with rat issues. Boston's proposal would be modeled after NYC's, which appointed its first rat czar last month. Council Pres. Flynn joined Dan to discuss.
Rants, Raves, Rats on Cocaine..... Welcome to Friday! Nate Shelman took all of your random calls as well as discussed: The Lava Ridge Project, Teachers leaving the Boise School District, and Immigration. Plus, you won't believe the types of things the government has funded. Nate talks about the ridiculousness of some of the studies funded by taxpayer dollars. (5/5/23)
A Dying Planet Offers A Peek Into The Future This week, astronomers reported in the journal Nature that they had spotted a planet approximately the size of Jupiter being swallowed by a star over the course of ten days. The star, called ZTF SLRN-2020, is about 15,000 light-years away from our solar system, but still in our own galaxy. Astronomers had thought this type of planet-engulfing must happen, based on how stars evolve and certain chemical signatures they've spotted from inside stars. However, this is the first time the process has actually been observed. Our own sun is predicted to go through a similar expansion in about five billion years, consuming Mercury, Venus, and likely Earth. Tim Revell, deputy US editor at New Scientist, joins Ira to talk about the fate of the planet and other stories from the week in science, including mapping the trees of Africa, an experimental Alzheimer's drug showing early promise, and reconstructing a short movie clip based on brain signals recorded in mice. Saliva: The Unsung Hero Of Taste How good are you at tasting what you eat? Not just gulping food down, but actually savoring the flavor? When you think about how taste works, you may think about your tongue and taste buds, and how they send information about your food info to your brain. But there's an overlooked—and understudied—hero in this story: saliva. That may sound strange, since part of saliva's job is to help us chew, swallow, talk, and even digest. But saliva is much more interesting and complicated than that. Ira talks with Chris Gorski, editor at Chemical & Engineering News, who reported this story about taste and saliva for Knowable Magazine earlier this year. Who Will Win The Rat Race? Last fall, New York City's Sanitation Commissioner Jessica Tisch stood in front of a microphone and announced her plan to deal with NYC's most hated residents: rats. She went on to make a now-viral declaration: “I want to be clear, the rats are absolutely going to hate this announcement. But the rats don't run this city: We do.” Soon after, NYC announced its search for a rat czar. Someone who is “highly motivated and somewhat bloodthirsty” with “the drive, determination, and killer instinct needed to fight the real enemy—New York City's relentless rat population.” This news—and the memes born from it—put rats in the forefront of city dwellers' minds. And now, the newly appointed rat czar Kathleen Corradi's reign has begun. But ridding cities of rats is no easy feat. It requires public participation, new policy, behavioral changes, and an all-hands-on-deck approach from several government departments. So what's it going to take to rid cities of rats? And is it even possible? In this live call-in, Ira talks with Bethany Brookshire, science journalist and author of Pests: How Humans Create Animal Villains, and Dr. Bobby Corrigan, urban rodentologist and pest consultant. They discuss the history of humans' relationships with rats, why these critters thrive in cities, and why we'll need to learn how to live with them. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
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What got us Wanting To jump off like A Rat off A Ship? I think Scott Foster will have Tobin doing that.
Renee Graziano steps Behind The Rope. Mob Wives' Renee Graziano that is. Renee is here to, in typical Renee fashion, mention it all. Renee chats about Mob Wives, cast mates Karen, Drita, Carla and Big Ang, the highs and lows of the show and much more. Renee also chats about the “lifestyle”, complicated family relations which we saw play out on the show and heard about behind the scenes, misperceptions, “rats”, the mob and what she has learned about the business of Reality TV. Renee opens up about her past addictions, low points, recovery, and mental health journey like you have never heard her before. The OG herself is in the house as we pay homage, with Miss Renee Graziano, to one of the best Reality TV shows to EVER exist, Mob Wives! @reneegraziano @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef BONUS & AD FREE EPISODES Available at - www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope BROUGHT TO YOU BY: GREENPAN - greenPan.us (Use Code VELVET For 30% Off Your Entire Order Plus Free Shipping On Orders Over $99) WONDERY - (Follow “Even The Rich” Wherever You Get Your Podcasts. You Can Listen Ad-Free on Amazon Music or Wondery App) MTV MOVIE AND TV AWARDS (Sunday May 7TH 8PM ET / 8PM PT) ADVERTISING INQUIRIES - Please contact David@advertising-execs.com MERCH Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
HOUR 1Screenwriters go on strike / (AP) https://apnews.com/article/writers-strike-hollywood-wga-926179281803e10b1d501dcab93e305d?Illinois interstate pile up kills 6 people and over 30 people injured / (FOX News) https://www.foxnews.com/us/illinois-interstate-crash-involving-72-vehicles-leaves-six-dead-more-30-injured-horrificGordon Lightfoot / (NPR) https://www.npr.org/2023/05/01/133464279/gordon-lightfoot-canadian-folk-legend-dies-at-84Supreme Court ethics are front and center Tuesday as the Senate Judiciary Committee hears testimony from a variety of witnesses ranging from judicial ethics experts to a former attorney general in the George W. Bush administration / (NPR) https://www.npr.org/2023/05/02/1173138576/supreme-court-ethics-hearingTed Cruz on Susan Rice's departure ahead of Biden's 2024 announcement: 'Rats are fleeing the ship' / (FOX News) https://www.foxnews.com/politics/former-nfl-player-texas-dem-congressman-challenge-sen-ted-cruz-reports-sayDallas Congressman Colin Allred to challenge Senator Ted Cruz / (Wikipedia) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_AllredHOUR 2Sullivan Arena empties this week / (ANS) https://www.alaskasnewssource.com/2023/05/02/mass-exodus-sullivan-arena-leaves-homeless-residents-streets-looking-housing/Mark from East Anchorage on the homeless issue Joe from midtown Anchorage on the homeless issueSoutheast Alaska Food Bank patrons have doubled since last November. Director Chris Schapp said demand continues as high as it's ever been. A major driver has been the monthslong backlog for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as food stamps, in the Division of Public Assistance / (ADN) https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/2023/05/01/alaska-food-banks-still-inundated-as-state-works-to-fix-food-stamp-backlog/The Alaska Department of Public Safety announced Monday that 30 law enforcement officers are now using body cameras — the first step in the agency's larger plan to outfit roughly 400 employees with the cameras by the end of the year / (ADN) https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/crime-courts/2023/05/01/alaska-department-of-public-safety-launches-first-round-of-body-worn-cameras/The Alaska Senate advanced legislation Monday that would set a new Permanent Fund dividend formula in state statute — but it faces slim odds in the House, where a Republican-led majority supports a dividend twice the size / (ADN) https://www.adn.com/politics/alaska-legislature/2023/05/01/alaska-senate-advances-a-75-25-permanent-fund-dividend-formula-bill-to-a-hostile-house/
There are certain institutions which thrive on chaos. Fresh supplies are needed daily.
Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
Sportsbooks are calling out athletes who are gambling on sports, and for good reason. A throwback to Dan Marino not giving a crap. The Florida Panthers restrict sales to their playoff games to only US Citizens and the guys debate football vs baseball movies on “Would You Rather…?”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ecoutez RTL autour du monde du 01 mai 2023 avec Correspondants RTL à l'étranger.
In this episode we discuss Daniela's dating life, problematic housewives/housewives fandom and the latest episode of season 13 of the Real Housewives of New Jersey! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/no-bs/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/no-bs/support
The crew is back and as random as ever! They start off with some ASMR, followed by stories of Mississippi, seeing the optometrist, a quick visit from Brenjamin, going to the beach, curse words, managing money, and a HUGE kitchen announcement!
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In this episode, Joram harnesses the powers of technology to prepare himself in a much worse way, arguably. So learn from Joram and reject technology (after you finished using technology to listen to this show, please)!
Knights of the Rolled Table | a D&D podcast
Episode: The team is transported to a strange land and meets a new friend Featuring: Carlos Guzman as Tiburon Jen Stopper Crespo as Sarsa Matt Messerman as Saeleas! Jeff Frank as Randall Chris Daily as Oliver and Zach Stones as the DM you never wanted but maybe needed? See Character Art on Instagram @rolledtable and our discord Art by Chris Daily @dungeonheads Music by Weston Gardner @arcaneanthems Support their patreons! And third party creators!
Arthur attacks! The councilman criticises! Reeves... let's stop this now before it gets silly. Gordon is here to defend the good name of The Bat but it seems to be falling of deaf ears. Why does nobody ever bloody listen?!?!? Meanwhile, our hero has discovered a mysterious residue... The next episode follows on Monday. Same Bat Pod, different Bat Minute! Join us on Facebook at the Bat Minute Listener's Cave! The Bat Minute theme song is by the band Rat Bit Kit and Ash Lerczak (aka Doc Horror) of Zombina & The Skeletones and Double Echo. Today's guest: Back, back, back, back again is the Queen of Rats herself - digging deep, it's Claire York! Facebook - Instagram
True Creeps: True Crime, Ghost Stories, Cryptids, Horrors in History & Spooky Stories
Join us as we unlock a new fear in YOU! We'll discuss what creatures may loiter in your toilet plus other terrifying tales of toilet mayhem. Join our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/449439969638764https://www.patreon.com/truecreepshttps://theweirdemporium.net/pages/true-creeps-podcast-merchwww.truecreeps.comHave an episode idea or a question about a case? Submit them here: https://www.truecreeps.com/ideasandquestionsTwitter @truecreepsInstagram @truecreepspodFacebook.com/truecreepspodEmail us at email@example.comPoo Sank This Nazi SubThis Nazi sub was sunk when its captain took a dumpLightning blows up toilet after traveling through apartment building's exhaust vent | KFOR.com Oklahoma CityMystery of exploding toilet at south Austin dental office | KXAN AustinModel nearly sits on world's largest spider while using toiletMystery of exploding toilet at south Austin dental office | KXAN AustinToilet Explosions: More Common Than You Might Think5 Terrifying Stories of Snakes Showing Up in People's Toilets | Men's HealthCan Rats Come Up Through Your Toilet?Rats in Toilet and Drain | TerminixCritters That Can Crawl Up Your Toilet( And how to stop them!) - Auger Pros Plumbing and DrainLamanSection 19-2523 - CONSIDERATION OF MENTAL ILLNESS IN SENTENCING, Idaho Code § 19-2523 | Casetext Search + CitatorThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacyChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow Status of King George: Batleof Bowling Green. #Preview: #Special Edition. Noway rats overrun the dirt floors of public housing. Greg Smith, TheCity.com https://www.thecity.nyc/2023/4/24/23693523/rat-czar-nycha
We almost want to Pinch Knicks Fans Cheeks, they're so adorably happy Leroy Yells at DIRECTV for being a Bum Ass Cable Service Tobin explains why he's also "Rats off a ship" DIRECTV We continue our NFL Draft recap Lamar Jackson completes a deal with the Ravens to make him the highest Paid NFL player ever
History Heretic - Forbidden Truth - Hidden History
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The Reverend and the Reprobate
The Reverend and Reprobate sit down with Joseph Carter! With over 1 million subscribers @JosephCartertheMinkMan tells the @RevRepPodcast about his new extermination record, what life has been like as a YouTuber with 1 million subs, and how you can join his exclusive Mink Man Club! In Controlled Rowdiness the guys get some dog training tips, throw out some awful ideas for the Mink Man to try and end founding out where Brandon Sanderson's inspiration may have come from. Joseph Carter aka "The Mink Man" is an all round animal lover! Back in 2003 he tamed his first mink, and from there wanted to see what kind of useful things he could teach a mink. Eventually Joseph ended up doing various kinds of pest control with his trained mink. The Mink Man channel shows many of the various pest control jobs he does with his trained mink and dogs, as well as him showing various training methods he uses with his many animals. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@UCaE309xZTS4XdecZSoaYzFg The Mink Man's Exclusive Club: https://the-mink-man-s-club.mn.co/ All Other Mink Man Stuff: https://linktr.ee/theminkman Rev and Rep Linktr.ee (all the show links can be found below) https://linktr.ee/revreppodcast
Steve Austin fired up the BBQ down at the BSR & grilled up some deer sausage with his good friend Teddy Fowler. That of course led to beer drinking... and that of course led to some serious stories, musings, and planning.... Rats, shot guns, spelling, hunting, Wrestlemania 30, and The Rock - all included. Presented by Scotts!
It's true--we're still back, baby! Today, Jen+ Lillian discuss the transformative EAT, PRAY, LOVE trips of their lives. From nostalgic camp memories to fleeing nuclear fallout, the stories today are cathartic, cinematic, and a little ridiculous. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/allthefucks/message
Media and Social Change Podcast
The Rat Takeover: When was the last time you saw Rats? Do you like them or are you like most of us? Terrified of them? And where were they? In the subway, in the rubbish on the streets or did you see them scurry across the road? This episode chronicles the ecosystem and history of New York City's rat population. Though they cause a lot of damage to the city, are they underrated creatures? Talk to us on Instagram and Twitter @MASCLab! Check out www.masclab.org/podcast-working-group for the episode transcript and to learn more! Episode produced and edited by: Avukile Zoya Music: Grandma's Impala by Sarah, The Instrumentalist The views expressed in this episode are solely those of the speaker to whom they are attributed. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the faculty, administration, staff or Trustees either of Teachers College or of Columbia University.
History has many untold stories. In Rats, Cats, Rogues, and Heroes: Glimpses of China's Hidden Past (Rowman & Littlefield, 2023), the author Robert J. Antony provides glimpses into China's hidden past through the native's point of view. Rather than simply writing about ordinary people, this book is written from the perspective of ordinary people, how they told their own stories about themselves, their communities, and their pasts. The author examines historical consciousness as revealed in people's everyday lives and as expressed through customary rituals, sociocultural conventions, language, and the complex symbolism of common human experiences. The focus is on ethnic groups and individuals who have been routinely discriminated against in mainstream society and treated by officials as rogues and criminals. They were denizens of the underworld of “rivers and lakes” (jianghu), a sociocultural category that includes bandits, sorcerers, conmen, and prostitutes. To get at their silent history the author spent decades conducting field research in rural areas of southern China, collecting rarely used unconventional sources—folklore, legends, myths, rumors, and hearsay—that reveal nuggets of new information and insights not found in the conventional sources in libraries and archives. This book challenges many commonplace assumptions about how academics write history by offering alternative possibilities for China's past. Huiying Chen is an Assistant Professor in History at Purdue University. She is interested in the circulation of people, goods, and ideas and how societies in history and today cope with the challenges wrought by increased travel in aspects of culture, politics, commerce, law, science, and technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
A fool of a Phantasm? Not quite! Ol' Chuckie might think that he's got the upper hand, but his hand isn't a damn scythe is it?!?!? BEAT THAT! This spectre shows off their Jedi powers with a wonderful Force Jump before Sol smashes right though a wall and FLIES INTO ANOTHER BUILDING! Even Batman looks a bit stumped at these a-doin's-a-transpirin'! The next episode follows on Friday. Same Bat Pod, different Bat Minute! Join us on Facebook at the Bat Minute Listener's Cave! The Bat Minute theme song is by the band Rat Bit Kit and Ash Lerczak (aka Doc Horror) of Zombina & The Skeletones and Double Echo. Today's guest: Returning to our investigative team is the punk rockin', archaeology-lovin', Mother of Rats (not bats) and table football wiz - it's Claire York! Claire has a flawless case record here thus far, that's for sure. Facebook - Instagram
History has many untold stories. In Rats, Cats, Rogues, and Heroes: Glimpses of China's Hidden Past (Rowman & Littlefield, 2023), the author Robert J. Antony provides glimpses into China's hidden past through the native's point of view. Rather than simply writing about ordinary people, this book is written from the perspective of ordinary people, how they told their own stories about themselves, their communities, and their pasts. The author examines historical consciousness as revealed in people's everyday lives and as expressed through customary rituals, sociocultural conventions, language, and the complex symbolism of common human experiences. The focus is on ethnic groups and individuals who have been routinely discriminated against in mainstream society and treated by officials as rogues and criminals. They were denizens of the underworld of “rivers and lakes” (jianghu), a sociocultural category that includes bandits, sorcerers, conmen, and prostitutes. To get at their silent history the author spent decades conducting field research in rural areas of southern China, collecting rarely used unconventional sources—folklore, legends, myths, rumors, and hearsay—that reveal nuggets of new information and insights not found in the conventional sources in libraries and archives. This book challenges many commonplace assumptions about how academics write history by offering alternative possibilities for China's past. Huiying Chen is an Assistant Professor in History at Purdue University. She is interested in the circulation of people, goods, and ideas and how societies in history and today cope with the challenges wrought by increased travel in aspects of culture, politics, commerce, law, science, and technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Tobin feels relaxed before this game against the Bucks Will Giannis be at Full Strength? Is something wrong with Sandy? We hit the phone line to check in on HEAT nation We review Tough Tight end Names We close the Hour out with Rats off a Ship
New Books in East Asian Studies
History has many untold stories. In Rats, Cats, Rogues, and Heroes: Glimpses of China's Hidden Past (Rowman & Littlefield, 2023), the author Robert J. Antony provides glimpses into China's hidden past through the native's point of view. Rather than simply writing about ordinary people, this book is written from the perspective of ordinary people, how they told their own stories about themselves, their communities, and their pasts. The author examines historical consciousness as revealed in people's everyday lives and as expressed through customary rituals, sociocultural conventions, language, and the complex symbolism of common human experiences. The focus is on ethnic groups and individuals who have been routinely discriminated against in mainstream society and treated by officials as rogues and criminals. They were denizens of the underworld of “rivers and lakes” (jianghu), a sociocultural category that includes bandits, sorcerers, conmen, and prostitutes. To get at their silent history the author spent decades conducting field research in rural areas of southern China, collecting rarely used unconventional sources—folklore, legends, myths, rumors, and hearsay—that reveal nuggets of new information and insights not found in the conventional sources in libraries and archives. This book challenges many commonplace assumptions about how academics write history by offering alternative possibilities for China's past. Huiying Chen is an Assistant Professor in History at Purdue University. She is interested in the circulation of people, goods, and ideas and how societies in history and today cope with the challenges wrought by increased travel in aspects of culture, politics, commerce, law, science, and technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies
Episode 2690: The Collapse Of GM And Ford; Rats Nest In The Pentagon
Medicine Revived Podcast: Learn, Grow, and Thrive
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NYC Mayor Eric Adams recently appointed Kathleen Corradi as the Rat Czar, in an attempt to rid the rats that have infested the city. Kennedy weighs in on the role of Rat Czar, predicts how PETA will react to the news, and places her official stance on the war on rats. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Nick D Podcast on Radio Misfits
Nick welcomes podcaster, writer, journalist, and filmmaker, Amy Guth. They dive into a lively conversation about Amy's new movie, her goth upbringing, the origins of the word 'jagoff,' and the recent mayoral election. They also discuss the upcoming NASCAR race and its potential impact on the city. Later, Esmeralda Leon joins Nick for a fun chat about awful Chuck E. Cheese imitations, the real differences between mice and rats, the exciting world of roller skating, and Nick's equestrian experiences over the years. [EP134]
Pack your bags and slip on your worst hiking shoes - we're trekking across the wilderness this week as Animal Attack April continues with the William Girdler semi-classic, DAY OF THE ANIMALS!! Taking this walk with us is podcaster and Returning Champion, Wynter Mitchell, as we delve into holes in our personal ozone layers, decide which woodland creature deserves a Thalberg Award, point out some sexist vultures, thank the heavens for a bear attack, and enjoy a good “rat-apult!!” All this, plus we bite into a new Choose Your Own Deathventure, and indulge in some night ham!! Adventure - and multiple lacerations to the face - await!! Don't miss McKaley Miller, Anne Heche, and Dermot Mulroney in the pulse-pounding thriller YOU'RE KILLNG ME. When Eden attends a heaven or hell party hoping to get a letter of recommendation to an elite university from the wealthy parents of her classmate, the party quickly turns into a fight for her life. YOU'RE KILLING ME is available now to buy or rent. And right now, you can fight for your chance to see this killer new flick on us! Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with You're Killing Me in the subject line for your chance to grab a digital code!! Never fear - new episodes of Kill By Kill are made available every other Friday! Dish By Dish: A Hannibal Rewatch on the Fridays in-between. Artwork by Josh Hollis: joshhollis.com Kill By Kill theme by Revenge Body. For the full-length version and more great music, head to revengebodymemphis.bandcamp.com today! Our linker.ee Our TeePublic shop for killer merch is right here: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/kill-by-kill-podcast?utm_campaign=18042&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Kill%2BBy%2BKill%2Bpodcast%2B Have something to say? Find us on Twitter @KillByKillPod Join the conversation about any episode on the Facebook Group!Follow us on IG @killbykillpodcast Check out the films we've covered & what might come soon on Letterboxd! Get even more episodes exclusively on Patreon! Follow our station on vurbl: https://vurbl.com/station/2bdTISeI3X/
Wrath, Rudi and Wilhelm continue to navigate the the subterranean temple and pit their minds and bodies (and Wrath's soul) against its safeguards. ____________________________ Watch us play live Tuesdays 6-9 PM EDT on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/dungeon_dudes Join our Patreon community: https://www.patreon.com/dungeon_dudes Get our custom t-shirts: http://bit.ly/dungeondudesmerch
Ain't Slayed Nobody | Call of Cthulhu Podcast
Join our investigators who learn more about the strange machinery in the factory and its purpose. (Part 2 of 2)**Add our Patreon Feed to your Podcast App**https://open.acast.com/public/patreon/fanSubscribe/3607115This series is not suitable for listeners under the age of 18 and may contain material some people find disturbing.CONTENT WARNINGS:Body Horror, Lewd Humor, Profanity, Rats, Substance Abuse, ViolencePlayer CharactersScott Dorward as Keeper of Arcane LoreBridgett Jeffries as Minniecuppycup as C.C.Rina Haenze as BonnieWes Davis as BlaneProduction and CreativeGame Rules and Setting: Call of Cthulhu 7e by Chaosium, Inc.Transcriptions: Sabrina Haenze and Sonix.aiPatreon Ideas we used in the story: "A one way ticket to Haiti", "HVAC", "Robot to spread peanut butter on bread", "The Gate" by firecop890, "NFTs", "Commodore 64" by Ethan J, "The broken latch on my front door which I'd appreciate having done sooner rather than later, thanks" by Heather P., "Leaf blower to power a raft", "Legend" by Grodel, "Busted pipes", "Poltergeist" by Bad Alex, "A coffee mug shaped like a crocodile", "Sink clogged with hair", "Anything is a dildo if you try hard enough" by Coffey, "Half used gift card" by Drew M, "Burst water pipe in the attic" by Killius Manjaro, "New Teeth" by Cardinal Catastrophe, "A stuck window", "Take On Me" by Dusty Dean, "Electric toothbrushes", "A clogged drain" by Vovina Games, "Oven will not heat up, yes, the pilot light is lit" and "Garbage Pail Kids" by Erik Day, "A purpose in life", "I wasn't alive for the 80s" by Caolán, "Anything diamond", "Half a twinkie wrapped in its originally packaging - it's still good" by TanyaLashea, "electric toothbrush as a vibrator" and "a crisp high five" by Thursday Euclid, "a nice little smile", "Old TV emptied out with dog bed inside" by Sig-Free & CoyPatreon ShoutoutAlthalos, Anthony D., Caolán M., Drew M., E.M.F.D., Heather P., India thank you terror, Kevin M., Killius Manjaro, Lancey Pants, Matthew C., Mikah S., Steven H., Tomboi LaCroix, ai.mmm0rphine, Call Me Dirt, Dan F., firecop890, Jeff F., Jessen, Mario S., Michael H., Nathanael C., Not That NicNew PatronsBen L., Oisin M., Mika S., Ogden, Michael S., Daniela Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, New York City crowned Kathleen Corradi its first rat czar. The new position is part of a multipronged approach from city officials. Reporter and New Yorker Anil Oza called up rodentologists to understand — does their approach withstand the test of scientific research? We love hearing your musings and questions about the science in your everyday life. Reach us by emailing email@example.com.
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Amin is here to talk NBA Play-In and Playoff basketball including the Pelicans and Zion Williamson, the Warriors fans in Sacramento as they take on the Kings, the Lakers potential to upset the Grizzlies, and more. Then, there's a new rat czar in New York, Fort Lauderdale has a serious flooding problem, and Billy's house catches on fire...no, really. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices