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Stone Cold Sober Podcast
Stone Cold Sober Podcast Ep 398

Stone Cold Sober Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 27:55


Reza and Sandy return from a for the three hundred and ninety-eighth episode of the Stone Cold Sober Podcast where discuss their week after Sandy's wedding and Sandy tells us about his upcoming honeymoon. Thanks for listening to the Stone Cold Sober Podcast. Music courtesy of www.bensound.com

The Clinical Problem Solvers
Episode 273: RLR – Unilateral Lower Extremity Edema

The Clinical Problem Solvers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 34:18


Reza and Rabih discuss a fascinating case of unilateral lower extremity edema.    Episode is sponsored by Glass Health – the best digital notebook for clinicians. @GlassHealthHQ rlrCPSOLVERS.COM  

FourtyEver Young
Aunties in the House

FourtyEver Young

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 123:04


Our friend @justynakaron is back and she and Kris discuss their pitch for Bravo: Aunties in the House- where the Aunties from Family Karma invade the Winter House and show them how to cook and clean, and Dharma Auntie parties with them! We also discuss Nicholas and Amrit's wedding and last name, we talk about the longevity of Southern Hospitality, a Southern Charm update, Charrisse “got the group together” for RHOP, Nicole's dis-invitation mirror on Miami, Kyle R vs Reza, the RHONY show vs Legacy, canceling Amazon Prime, an ad for Target and the Target debit card, Married at First Sight, Severance, House of Ho, the new promo for Vanderpump Rules, and middle names. Thanks for listening! Wavy Baby, bye!

Stone Cold Sober Podcast
Stone Cold Sober Podcast Ep 397

Stone Cold Sober Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 73:36


Reza and Sandy return from a for the three hundred and ninety-seventh episode of the Stone Cold Sober Podcast where Sandy tells us about his wedding!!! Afterwards, Reza briefly talks about the wedding from his perspective. Thanks for listening to the Stone Cold Sober Podcast. Music courtesy of www.bensound.com

Bravo While Black
Kyle and Reza's Insta-fight, Vanderpump Rules Recent Fallout, and RHOP Recap

Bravo While Black

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 62:48


On this episode Kaya and Aaron are jumping straight into their piping hot BravolebriTEA segment. Here is whats on our list for today: - Kyle and Reza exchange words on Twitter -Lala Kent VS. Katie Maloney - What to expect for the RHOSLC reunion Plus more.. We will also be recapping RHOP and giving all of our thoughts about this chaotic cast trip. Will Robyn and Juan get married? Will Jacqueline and Mia ever be friends again? We don't have solid answers to these questions but we can speculate. LETS GO!

Escaping Reality the Podcast
I Can't Go To Safeway Now

Escaping Reality the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 79:45


Hot Topics: Lisa Rinna won't stop talking about RHOBH. Britney Spears melts down in a restaurant. Reza from Shahs starts a feud with Kyle Richards. Jen Shah won't be sitting down with Andy.We Cover: RHOP the geriatric fight resumes in Mexico, Mia & Jacquelyn can't repair their friendship and everyone argues at dinner. Below Deck Camille & Alissa resume their fight in front of the guests, Ross is gross and Camille gets fired.Follow Us on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/escapingrealitypodcast/

OPENPediatrics
"Laryngeal Cleft" by Dr. Reza Rahbar and Dr. Jessica Laird-Gion for OPENPediatrics

OPENPediatrics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 15:42


This podcast discusses the pre-operative, operative, and post-operative considerations for patients undergoing laryngeal cleft repair including: anatomy and pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, pre-operative evaluation, anesthetic management, operative approach, and post-operative care. Upon viewing this presentation, participants will be able to: - Describe the anatomy and pathophysiology of a laryngeal cleft - List the common symptoms that a patient may exhibit with various types of laryngeal cleft. - Explain the approach used to diagnose a laryngeal cleft. - Describe the common preoperative evaluation for laryngeal cleft surgery. - Explain the anesthetic management plan for repair of type 1 and type II laryngeal clefts. - Describe the operative approach for repair of type 1 and type II laryngeal clefts. - Anticipate the post operative considerations following repair of type 1 and type II laryngeal clefts. Initial Publication: January 19, 2023 Citation: Laird-Gion J, O'Halloran A, Soohey R, Rahbar R, Watters K, Wolbrink TA. Laryngeal Cleft. 01/2023. Online Video. OPENPediatrics. Soundcloud link: https://soundcloud.com/openpediatrics/laryngeal-cleft. Please visit: http://www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: openpediatrics@childrens.harvard.edu

The Clinical Problem Solvers
Episode 272: WDx #22 – Clinical Unknown with Guest Expert Dr. Nosheen Reza

The Clinical Problem Solvers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 46:55


Sukriti and Maani present a clinical unknown to Dr. Reza, followed by a brief discussion about addressing roadblocks that women in medicine face. Dr. Nosheen Reza Dr. Nosheen Reza is a cardiologist and translational researcher at the University of Pennsylvania focusing on advanced heart failure and transplant cardiology and cardiovascular genetics. She obtained her medical… Read More »Episode 272: WDx #22 – Clinical Unknown with Guest Expert Dr. Nosheen Reza

The Sky Society Podcast | Marketing Career
#42 Transitioning from the Food Service Industry to Marketing with Reza Moreno, Brand Manager at Planoly

The Sky Society Podcast | Marketing Career

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 26:33


✨ Reza Moreno, Brand Manager at Planoly☁️ Leveraging a background in journalism to transition into marketing☁️ Moving from New York to Austin to start a marketing career☁️ Lessons learned building a media platform☁️ Social media marketing industry trendsJoin the Sky Society Women in Marketing private LinkedIn group.Follow us on Instagram @skysociety.co and TikTok @skysociety.co

So Bad It's Good with Ryan Bailey
SUPER SIZED Solo Recap of the worst season finale of Real Housewives of Salt Lake City! Plus, the return of Becky Bailey. Also, Reza vs Kyle Richards, The Traitors, RHONJ, Vanderpump Rules trailer and so much more!

So Bad It's Good with Ryan Bailey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 123:00


TUESDAY! WE have the best/craziest show for you today. I rage against the season finale of Salt Lake City! Full solo recap of the weakest season yet. Plus, my mom joins us to give an update! Also, tons of Bravo news from Reza vs Kyle Richards to Andy on CNN! ENJOY! 5:29-Show Notes/Kyle Richards vs Reza/Andy on CNN/RHONJ./Traitors/Vanderpump Rules 22:24-Becky Bailey 42:30-RHOSLC Season Finale Solo Recap This podcast is sponsored by RocketMoney. Stop throwing your money away. Cancel unwanted subscriptions – and manage your expenses the easy way – by going to RocketMoney dot com slash SOBAD. That's RocketMoney.com/SOBAD. RocketMoney.com/SOBAD. -Go sign up for the patreon too if you want to watch the holiday special with my parents! Plus, over 250 episodes not on the main feed! patreon.com/sobaditsgood Also, So Bad It's Good has merch now! Go to www.sobaditsgoodmerch.com to order yours TODAY! If you're enjoying the insane amount of blood, sweat and literal tears of this pod consider telling a friend or rating us 5 stars on iTunes! Special shoutout to Maritza Lopez (Insta: @maritza.gif) for all of her insanely hard work creating these beautiful pieces of art on my instagram and patreon page!!  Instagram: @sobaditsgoodwithryanbailey, @ryanbailey25 Twitter:@ryanabailey25 TIKTOK @sobaditsgoodwithryanb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cafezinho Café Brasil
Cafezinho 554 - Os flautistas de Hamelin

Cafezinho Café Brasil

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 12:42


Na cidade de Hamelin, na Alemanha, existe uma rua chamada Bungelosenstrasse, que quer dizer “rua sem tambores” ou “rua sem barulho”. Nela é proibido tocar música ou dançar. Reza a lenda que foi por essa rua que, em 1284, um estranho que passou a ser conhecido como o Flautista de Hamelin, passou tocando sua música e levando consigo 130 crianças da cidade para dentro de uma caverna. As crianças nunca mais foram encontradas. O flautista fez isso como vingança por não ter recebido seu pagamento ao livrar a cidade dos ratos com sua flauta. O fascinante nessa história é tentar entender qual mágica tinha o flautista, capaz de colocar as crianças num transe e leva-las para a morte? O que é que ele tinha em sua música, em sua flauta? Talvez nada demais. O que ele tinha era algum poder sobre as crianças, que talvez possa ser explicado num trecho de um texto do século 14, de Michel de Montaigne: “Nada me irrita mais na estupidez do que a satisfação com que ela se exibe, uma satisfação maior do que poderia ter, e com mais razão, a sensatez. É desastroso que a sabedoria nos proíba a satisfação e a confiança em nós mesmos, e nos deixe sempre descontentes e silenciosos, ao passo que a teimosia e a impetuosidade enchem os que as têm de alegria e segurança. (...) A obstinação e a convicção exagerada são a prova mais cabal da estupidez. Haverá algo mais enfático, resoluto, desdenhoso, contemplativo, grave e sério do que um burro?” Montaigne trata da cegueira que a obstinação e a convicção exagerada provocam nas pessoas, impedindo que elas exerçam seu senso crítico, transformando-as em massa de manobra e expondo-as a todo tipo de perigos, especialmente nas mãos de quem sabe manipular as cordinhas, se é que você me entende. Cuidado. Tem centenas de flautistas de Hamelin por aí tentando arrastar consigo quem tem convicções e obstinação exageradas. Continuo a reflexão neste vídeo.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4lBdSS76qw Gostou? De onde veio este, tem muito, mas muito mais. Torne-se um assinante do Café Brasil e nos ajude a continuar produzindo conteúdo gratuito que auxilia milhares de pessoas a refinar seu processo de julgamento e tomada de decisão. Acesse http://mundocafebrasil.com

Café Brasil Podcast
Cafezinho 554 - Os flautistas de Hamelin

Café Brasil Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 12:42


Na cidade de Hamelin, na Alemanha, existe uma rua chamada Bungelosenstrasse, que quer dizer “rua sem tambores” ou “rua sem barulho”. Nela é proibido tocar música ou dançar. Reza a lenda que foi por essa rua que, em 1284, um estranho que passou a ser conhecido como o Flautista de Hamelin, passou tocando sua música e levando consigo 130 crianças da cidade para dentro de uma caverna. As crianças nunca mais foram encontradas. O flautista fez isso como vingança por não ter recebido seu pagamento ao livrar a cidade dos ratos com sua flauta. O fascinante nessa história é tentar entender qual mágica tinha o flautista, capaz de colocar as crianças num transe e leva-las para a morte? O que é que ele tinha em sua música, em sua flauta? Talvez nada demais. O que ele tinha era algum poder sobre as crianças, que talvez possa ser explicado num trecho de um texto do século 14, de Michel de Montaigne: “Nada me irrita mais na estupidez do que a satisfação com que ela se exibe, uma satisfação maior do que poderia ter, e com mais razão, a sensatez. É desastroso que a sabedoria nos proíba a satisfação e a confiança em nós mesmos, e nos deixe sempre descontentes e silenciosos, ao passo que a teimosia e a impetuosidade enchem os que as têm de alegria e segurança. (...) A obstinação e a convicção exagerada são a prova mais cabal da estupidez. Haverá algo mais enfático, resoluto, desdenhoso, contemplativo, grave e sério do que um burro?” Montaigne trata da cegueira que a obstinação e a convicção exagerada provocam nas pessoas, impedindo que elas exerçam seu senso crítico, transformando-as em massa de manobra e expondo-as a todo tipo de perigos, especialmente nas mãos de quem sabe manipular as cordinhas, se é que você me entende. Cuidado. Tem centenas de flautistas de Hamelin por aí tentando arrastar consigo quem tem convicções e obstinação exageradas. Continuo a reflexão neste vídeo.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4lBdSS76qw Gostou? De onde veio este, tem muito, mas muito mais. Torne-se um assinante do Café Brasil e nos ajude a continuar produzindo conteúdo gratuito que auxilia milhares de pessoas a refinar seu processo de julgamento e tomada de decisão. Acesse http://mundocafebrasil.com

Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música
Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música - Canciones de Edu Lobo - 12/01/23

Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 58:58


Canciones de uno de los grandes compositores de la música brasileña de los últimos sesenta años, Edu Lobo, en grabaciones de Paul Desmond ('Circles'), Rosa Passos ('Zanga zangada'), Zélia Duncan ('Ave rara'), Geraldo Azevedo ('Viola fora de moda'), Gal Costa y Jaques Morelenbaum ('Canto triste'), Caetano Veloso ('Upa neguinho'), Tavito y Be Happy ('Reza'), Sarah Vaughan ('To say good bye'), Edu Lobo y María Bethânia ('Pra dizer adeus', 'Cirandeiro'), Helen Merrill ('Casaforte'), Kip Hanrahan ('Nocturnal heart'), Milton Nascimento ('Beatriz'), Zizi Possi ('O circo místico') y Edu Lobo y Chico Buarque ('Na carreira'). Escuchar audio

Stone Cold Sober Podcast
Stone Cold Sober Podcast Ep 396

Stone Cold Sober Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 23:04


Reza and Sandy return from a for the three hundred and ninety-sixth episode of the Stone Cold Sober Podcast where Sandy discusses final plans before his wedding next week! Afterwards, Reza updates Sandy on his stay in Florida, thus far. Thanks for listening to the Stone Cold Sober Podcast. Music courtesy of www.bensound.com

HODCAST- Her World Podcast
Dee Lestari: Punya Makna Baru Tentang Hidup Kepergian Reza Gunawan

HODCAST- Her World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 39:26


Mengawali tahun 2023 dengan memaknai hidup seperti Dee Lestari. Simak obrolan hangat A Chat With Dee Lestari yang sarat akan bagaimana ia memaknai proses berduka dan menemukan definisi baru tentang hidup, setelah kepergian sang suami, Reza Gunawan.

Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry
Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry EP789

Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 180:10


This weeks show is part 2 of 2 of a look back at our favorite selections from 2022. This week you will hear music from Nadia McAnuff, Clinton Fearon, L'Entourloop, Kiko Bun and Mungo's Hifi, Dubmatix, Protoje, Sevana, Lila Ike', Mikey General, Queen Omega, Junior Dread, Anthony B, Chezidek, Brother Culture, Soothsayers and Victor Rice, Naomi Cowan, The Hempolics with Macka B, Jimmy Cliff, Caz Gardiner, Sister Julie, Tanya Stephens, Anthony John, Tippa Irie, Kabaka Pyramid, Joe Yorke, Perfect Giddimani, Earl Sixteen, Reza, Green Lion Crew with Busy Signal and many many more Enjoy!  Artist Song Release Request New Label Nadia McAnuff So Jah Seh Nadia McAnuff & The Ligerians - EP     SoulNurse Records Clinton Fearon Trod On Breaking News     Baco Records L'Entourloop Eternal Roses (feat. Ken Boothe & Lion in Bed) La clarté dans la confusion     Disques Nuits d'Afrique Mungo's Hifi & Kiko Bun Riddim General Riddim General EP     Scotch Bonnet Dubmatix & Future Dub Orchestra Inner Blues Dubmatix Meets Future Dub Orchestra     Echo Beach Queen Omega & Little Lion Sound No Love No Love - Single     Evidence Music Junior Dread & Little Lion Sound Desperation Sound Killer Riddim     Evidence Music Anthony B, Chezidek, Brother Culture & Little Lion Sound Champion Sound Champion Sound - Single     Evidence Music L'Entourloop Florilège (feat. Lyricson, Queen Omega & Red Fox) La clarté dans la confusion     Disques Nuits d'Afrique Protoje Incient Stepping Third Time's The Charm     In.Digg.Nation Collective/Six Course Music/RCA Records Sevana Lowe Mi Lowe Mi - Single     Good Hz Music Lila Iké Wanted Wanted - Single     In.Digg.Nation Collective/Six Course Music/RCA Records Mikey General This Is the Day Rockin Rock Riddim     Jumpout Production Mista Savona & Havana Meets Kingston We Are One (feat. Prince Alla) Havana Meets Kingston Part 2     Cumbancha Soothsayers & Victor Rice Last Days Soothsayers Meets Victor Rice and Friends In Dub     Red Earth Music Jah Version Youths Of Today/Youths Of Dub Single     Dubplate Collectors M.Pres King of Kings Lift My Voice     Big Bus Records Naomi Cowan Kingston Traffic Kingston Traffic - Single     Glory Music The Hempolics One Law Fi Dem feat Macka B Single     Zee Zee Records Brother Culture & Derrick Sound International Dance International Dance - Single     Evidence Music Israel Starr Spread The Love Around Keepers of the Flame     BlessUp Music Caz Gardiner & Victor Rice Satta Soul/Satta Soul Version Single     Old Neighborhood Records Jimmy Cliff Bridges Refugees     Universal Music Enterprises Sister Julie Forward (feat. Rocker-T) Heart Feel It     Heart Feel It Records LLC Capleton, Lion D, Bizzarri & Livity Band Warning All In This Together     Bizzarri Prod Anthony John It Keep Happening Tropical Life     Reality Sound Tanya Stephens Weight in Gold (feat. Nadine Sutherland) Some Kinda Madness     Tad's Record / Jr. Tads Protoje Late at Night (feat. Lila Iké) Third Time's The Charm     In.Digg.Nation Collective/Six Course Music/RCA Records Tippa Irie Gwaan Dweet I'm an African     TIM Records Daniel John & Lions Flow Don't Run (Zion I Matic Riddim) Don't Run (Zion I Matic Riddim) - Single     Evidence Music Dawee & Lions Flow What's Going On (Zion I Matic Riddim) What's Going On (Zion I Matic Riddim) - Single     Evidence Music Horace Andy & Daddy Freddy Midnight Scorcher Midnight Scorchers     On-U Sound Vibronics feat. Richie Culture Pon Di Road/Pon Di Version Single     Scoops Dahvid Slur Cyah Kill Rasta (feat. Jo Mersa Marley) New Age Rockaz - EP     Marily Gustus Music Kabaka Pyramid Faded Away feat. Buju Banton The Kalling     Ghetto Youths International Kabaka Pyramid Red Gold and Green The Kalling     Ghetto Youths International / Bebble Rock Music Lila Iké Dinero Dinero - Single     In.Digg.Nation Collective/Six Course Music/RCA Records The 18th Parallel & Cornel Campbell Lovely Feeling Downtown Sessions     Fruits Records Joe Yorke I Will Always Try (feat. Guru Nile) Noise and Emptiness     Rhythm Steady Perfect Giddimani I and I Mi Likkle Sista Riddim     Giddimani Records Earl Sixteen Rightful Ruler Rightful Ruler     Zion High Productions Green Lion Crew In This World (feat. Busy Signal) Riddim Full of Culture     Ineffable Records Yeza Tek Chat Tek Chat - Single     Yeza Music Ashanti Selah & Dan I Locks Vibes Up (Vocal Mix) Vibes Up - EP     Dub Junction

Quique Garay
La #NFL reza por Damar Hamlin quien lucha por su Vida

Quique Garay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 19:25


#BillsMafia @BuffaloBills #NFLPlayOffs #NFL #DamarHamlin #NFLInjuries #PrayforDamar

The Leo & Danny Show
Ratdick Ralph Sends His Dad a Picture of His Dong

The Leo & Danny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 98:55 Very Popular


Support Our Sponsors! Join the Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/theleoanddannyshow?fan_landing=true Support our Guests! Reza's Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/rzabakster/ Support the Podcast! Leo's Merch ▶ https://merchyy.com/collections/leo-dottavio Leo's Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/user?u=26041367 Danny's Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/DannyMullen Subscribe to the Crew! Leo's Channel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTTcsKnU0T_g7sLNvwVzpDg Danny's Channel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnyxus3H0_-F8Q6gQTkg41g Austin's Channel: ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGGwNDa3gGXX11o2WT2a-A Dino's Chanel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVbGgB-fCEUp9WEMiI0BeHg Follow the Crew! Leo's IG ▶ https://www.instagram.com/leofdot/ Austin's IG ▶ https://www.instagram.com/austin.schlosser/ Danny's IG ▶https://www.instagram.com/dannymullen/ Dino's Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/big.d.dino/?hl=en Leo's Twitter: @Leodottavio Danny's Twitter: @DannyMullenfts

Stone Cold Sober Podcast
Stone Cold Sober Podcast Ep 395

Stone Cold Sober Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 19:11


Reza and Sandy return from a for the three hundred and ninety-fifth episode of the Stone Cold Sober Podcast where Sandy and Reza bring in the new year by updating each other on what they did over the holiday break. Thanks for listening to the Stone Cold Sober Podcast. Music courtesy of www.bensound.com

Holocausto Zinéfago
HZ 148 - Avatar 2, Spirited, Reza por el Diablo...

Holocausto Zinéfago

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 73:29


Último programa del año!! Angelo ha visto Avatar 2: El sentido del agua, y como buen discípulo de James Cameron, viene a contarnos qué tal. Además recuperamos el especial navideño de Guardianes de la Galaxia y la peli de Ryan Reynolds y Will Ferrell de AppleTV+, y descubrimos que Reza por el Diablo es una película de policías.

Habladecine.com
7x17 - Al descubierto + R.M.N. + Reza por el diablo + Matilda + Evasión o Victoria

Habladecine.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 154:37


Primer programa del 2023 en el que Alberto Garrido y Alfonso Asín hablan de alguno de los estrenos en cine de esta semana. Además repasarán un par de estrenos en plataformas, la serie HBO Las últimas estrella de Hollywood, sobre la relación de Paul Newman y Joanne Woodward; y el clásico homenaje a Pelé 'Evasión o victoria' de John Huston.

Estamos de cine
Adiós a 2022 con un Tom Hanks gruñón e impecable + Las mejores pelis del año + BSO "Los Amigos de Peter"

Estamos de cine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 76:59


Min 5: FILTRANDO AL PEOR VECINO DEL MUNDO Si alguien pensaba que los atractivos cinematográficos de las navidades se iban a reducir al pulso entre Avatar y El Gato con Botas es que se olvidó de ponderar el tirón comercial de un tal Tom Hanks. El protagonista de “Forrest Gump”, “Náufrago” o “Camino a la Perdición” se convierte en el tipo más amargado y cascarrabias del barrio en “El peor vecino del mundo”. Marc Forster adapta de forma impecable la película sueca original “Un hombre llamado Ove” (2015) y saca lo mejor de un Hanks que se cuela por derecho propio en el club de los James Stewart, Spencer Tracy o Gregory Peck. En el Filtro Luchini vamos a descubrir si la grata sorpresa de las novedades ha convencido por igual a nuestros críticos Alberto Luchini, Raquel Hernández y Roberto Lancha, que también analizan y puntúan el resto de novedades que llegaron el miércoles a las salas: “Al descubierto”, “Todos lo hacen”, “El Inspector Sun y la Viuda Negra”, “Reza por el Diablo” y “R.M.N”. Min 45: LO MEJOR DE 2022 Para cerrar el círculo de un año de luces y sombras para el cine, nos marcamos el reto de elegir las cinco películas que más nos han gustado de 2022. ¿Coincidirán nuestros críticos en la selección? ¿Saldrá bien parado el cine español en nuestro Top 5? Min 50 ESPECIAL BSO “LOS AMIGOS DE PETER” Y para despedir el año mezclando nostalgia, amistad y ambiente festivo, nuestro crítico musical Ángel Luque nos propone rendir tributo a la película de Kenneth Branagh de 1992 “Los Amigos de Peter”. Un entrañable repaso a grandes temas pop y rock que nos servirá para darte las gracias por el sexto año en las ondas de “Estamos de Cine”. Gracias por saber escuchar. Feliz 2023

Es Cine
Estrenos en cine: La película horrorosa de Tom Hanks y los abusos de Harvey Weinstein

Es Cine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 7:58


Arconada y Sergio Pérez hablan de El peor vecino del mundo, Al descubierto, RMN, Inspector Sun y la maldición de la viuda negra y Reza por el diablo.

The Leo & Danny Show
A Danny Mullen Christmas Pt. 2 With Sandrine!

The Leo & Danny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 79:53 Very Popular


Support Our Sponsors!    Join the Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/theleoanddannyshow?fan_landing=true   Support our Guests!  Reza's Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/rzabakster/   Support the Podcast! Leo's Merch ▶ https://merchyy.com/collections/leo-dottavio Leo's Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/user?u=26041367 Danny's Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/DannyMullen   Subscribe to the Crew! Leo's Channel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTTcsKnU0T_g7sLNvwVzpDg Danny's Channel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnyxus3H0_-F8Q6gQTkg41g Austin's Channel: ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGGwNDa3gGXX11o2WT2a-A Dino's Chanel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVbGgB-fCEUp9WEMiI0BeHg   Follow the Crew! Leo's IG ▶ https://www.instagram.com/leofdot/ Austin's IG ▶ https://www.instagram.com/austin.schlosser/ Danny's IG ▶https://www.instagram.com/dannymullen/ Dino's Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/big.d.dino/?hl=en Leo's Twitter: @Leodottavio Danny's Twitter: @DannyMullenfts

The Clinical Problem Solvers
Episode 270: RLR – “I can't breathe”

The Clinical Problem Solvers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 38:05 Very Popular


Reza and Rabih discuss a tricky case of acute severe dyspnea Episode is sponsored by Glass Health – the best digital notebook for clinicians. @GlassHealthHQ rlrCPSOLVERS.COM Use the coupon code RLRHOLIDAYS for 30% discount of the annual plan Rlrcpsolvers.com/annual-plan/

The Leo & Danny Show
A Danny Mullen Christmas Pt. 1

The Leo & Danny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 57:36 Very Popular


Support Our Sponsors!    Join the Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/theleoanddannyshow?fan_landing=true   Support our Guests!  Reza's Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/rzabakster/   Support the Podcast! Leo's Merch ▶ https://merchyy.com/collections/leo-dottavio Leo's Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/user?u=26041367 Danny's Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/DannyMullen   Subscribe to the Crew! Leo's Channel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTTcsKnU0T_g7sLNvwVzpDg Danny's Channel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnyxus3H0_-F8Q6gQTkg41g Austin's Channel: ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGGwNDa3gGXX11o2WT2a-A Dino's Chanel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVbGgB-fCEUp9WEMiI0BeHg   Follow the Crew! Leo's IG ▶ https://www.instagram.com/leofdot/ Austin's IG ▶ https://www.instagram.com/austin.schlosser/ Danny's IG ▶https://www.instagram.com/dannymullen/ Dino's Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/big.d.dino/?hl=en Leo's Twitter: @Leodottavio Danny's Twitter: @DannyMullenfts

The Digital Executive
Tech Entrepreneur Leveraging AI to Bring All Communications into One Platform with Founder Ahmed Reza | Ep 582

The Digital Executive

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 12:24


Yobi's Founder and CEO, Ahmed Reza, joins Coruzant Technologies for the Digital Executive podcast. He shares the success in his career was due to experiencing many things and having grit to overcome life challenges. He's very passionate about software and building solutions to problems.

Stone Cold Sober Podcast
Stone Cold Sober Podcast Ep 394

Stone Cold Sober Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 21:30


Reza and Sandy return from a for the three hundred and ninety-fourth episode of the Stone Cold Sober Podcast where Sandy tells Reza about his recent trip to Boston. Thanks for listening to the Stone Cold Sober Podcast. Music courtesy of www.bensound.com

Politely Pushy with Eric Chemi
The intelligent man's Forrest Gump: Ahmed Reza, founder, and CEO of Yobi

Politely Pushy with Eric Chemi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 49:36


Today's guest is Ahmed Reza, who has quite an exciting story! Ahmed started his journey to becoming a successful entrepreneur as a child actor in Bangladesh. From there, he would become a Milken scholar at Cornell University while homeless, an engineer at NASA, and eventually a successful small business entrepreneur multiple times. Ahmed founded Yobi, where he now serves as CEO; it is a company that merges all the ways customers can communicate with small businesses into a straightforward app for excellent customer relationship management (CRM). He is also the intelligent man's Forrest Gump who formed a close relationship with the man behind his scholarship, Michael Milken as a student and with Mark Zuckerberg's dad Dr. Edward Zuckerberg while working at a dental start-up and dressed in a sumo suit at a convention. Yes, you read that correctly. Tune in to find out more about Ahmed's intriguing and unconventional journey. Hear why he is so passionate about the 38 million small businesses in the U.S., why he is excited about transforming the customer experience for small businesses, and how AI has played a tremendous role in streamlining communications and making everything more seamless. We can guarantee that Ahmed is a guy you will want to know personally by the end of this episode.

Crypto Sapiens
Mini Series : Dejourno 3 by EurekaJohn| Combating Censorship in Journalism Using web3 with Pub DAO & Decrypt.co's Reza and JournoDAO's Spencer, Crystal Street and Keith Axline

Crypto Sapiens

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 56:22


Mini Series : Dejourno 3 by EurekaJohn In this episode, we explore various types of censorship and some of the web3 tools to deal with it. Censorship is most commonly thought of as almost a caricature of some prudish authority figure at the top burning books and punishing people for what they say. However, with the advancement of technology, censorship has taken on more subtle approaches such as agenda-setting theory, algorithmic exclusion, and shadow banning. The inner workings of these types of censorship are behind a veil controlled by centralized entities. Not all censorship is terrible; however, it should be a more democratic and transparent process. With web3, we hope to tear down this veil and let this process be transparent to all through decentralization using web3 tools.       This episode will focus specifically on censorship. Censorship is most commonly known by the obvious censorship attempts by the ‘Washington Wives,' a group that set out to increase censorship in music in 1985 and fought against by Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, Jon Denver, and Frank Zappa. Then again, in 1988, with NWA vs. the FBI with the song Fuck the Police, among other cases. In the 90s, famous censorship debates raged when censorship took the form of Joe Biden wanting to ban PGP encrypted e-mail (which was previously military-grade encryption) and wanted back door access into everyone's computers via the “Clipper Chip” in which the cypherpunks fought hard against and won.   As we progress and innovate in technology, new forms of censorship emerge. We are also being faced with protocol-level censorship.   Legit forms of censorship: Fact-checking, misinformation, pornography, anti-money laundering, anti-spam/scam. But who is in control of those tools?   Is the desire for ad revenue an inadvertent form of censorship? Are the agenda setting and topic of the content driven by the need for clicks and likes for revenue? Does this drown out the ability of journalists to focus on a topic like local news, investigative, and policy?   What are current tools to fight against censorship?   Will censorship be automated through AI? What does that look like?   Guests: Reza: @RezaJafery - Pub DAO / Decrypt.co Spencer - @clinamenic - JournoDAO Crystal Street - @crystaldstreet - JournoDAO Keith Axline - @kaxline - JournoDAO Crypto Sapiens is produced in partnership with Bankless DAO.   https://bankless.community    ---   Crypto Sapiens hosts lively discussions with innovative Web3 builders to help everyone learn about decentralized money systems, including Ethereum, Bitcoin and DeFi.     Website- https://www.cryptosapiens.xyz/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/CryptoSapiens  Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC26aOc_4vSGiQATW1V4e9Tw Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cryptosapiensofficial/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CryptoSapiens-Podcast-107678875061018    Connect with Humpty Calderon - https://twitter.com/humptycalderon        ---   Not financial or tax advice. This channel is strictly educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell assets or make financial decisions.   Do your own research.

The Leo & Danny Show
He Went to Ukraine!

The Leo & Danny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 107:08 Very Popular


Support Our Sponsors! ▶ Shipstation : https://www.shipstation.com/ Get 60 days FREE! USE CODE: LDS Join the Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/theleoanddannyshow?fan_landing=true Support our Guests! Reza's Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/rzabakster/ Support the Podcast! Leo's Merch ▶ https://merchyy.com/collections/leo-dottavio Leo's Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/user?u=26041367 Danny's Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/DannyMullen Subscribe to the Crew! Leo's Channel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTTcsKnU0T_g7sLNvwVzpDg Danny's Channel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnyxus3H0_-F8Q6gQTkg41g Austin's Channel: ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGGwNDa3gGXX11o2WT2a-A Dino's Chanel ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVbGgB-fCEUp9WEMiI0BeHg Follow the Crew! Leo's IG ▶ https://www.instagram.com/leofdot/ Austin's IG ▶ https://www.instagram.com/austin.schlosser/ Danny's IG ▶https://www.instagram.com/dannymullen/ Dino's Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/big.d.dino/?hl=en Leo's Twitter: @Leodottavio Danny's Twitter: @DannyMullenfts

The Watchman Newscast with Erick Stakelbeck
How Christianity is GROWING in Iran Despite Severe PERSECUTION | Watchman Newscast

The Watchman Newscast with Erick Stakelbeck

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 10:59


On today's Watchman Newscast, host Erick Stakelbeck is joined by Iranian native Reza Safa, founder of TBN's Nejat TV, which broadcasts the Gospel into Iran in the Farsi language. Reza shares the inside story of the ongoing protests inside Iran against the regime and the incredible growth of the Iranian church--the world's fastest growing--despite severe persecution. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The NCR Podcast
Introducing CrossFit NCR Colonnade

The NCR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 49:00


On this week's episode of the NCR Podcast, Rez, Sam and PT sit down to talk about their new venture with their second CrossFit NCR location, NCR Colonnade, discuss the importance of community in a fitness space, their competitive plans for CrossFit NCR in the 2023 season, and reminisce on their competitive CrossFit eras. Introduction - 0-4:05 CrossFit Colonnade - 4:35 5:56 – Coaches moving to Colonnade 10:15 – bringing CrossFit NCR culture to CrossFit Colonnade 14:50 – community as a sense of family 23:12 – Community or fitness? 26:32 – The PT & Reza origin story 32:30 – PT & Reza rehashing competitive eras 40:10 – Quarterfinals 2021, Victor being an icon 41:20 – NCR Teams 2023

Bravo & Blaze with Jenny Blaze
THRIVING (not surviving) with Reza Farahan of Shahs of Sunset & THE TRAITORS on Peacock TV

Bravo & Blaze with Jenny Blaze

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 46:00


Join Reza Farahan of Shahs of Sunset and The Traitors (also starring fellow Bravolebs: Brandi Glanville, Kate Chastain, and Kyle Cooke) on Peacock TV premiering on January 12, 2023 as we discuss Bravocon, generational wealth, success, real estate, strategy, mindset, and much more! Also, just putting this out there but we are manifesting Celebrity Big Brother for Reza as well as Reza and I as partners on Amazing Race and winning $1M. :) Reza Farahan: BUY Reza Be Obsessed Reza Farahan on Instagram MEET & GREET with Reza Farahan on Saturday, December 17, 2022 at Macy's in Topanga Plaza from 1:00 - 4:00 PM PST Keep an eye out for Reza's upcoming book, MEMOIRS OF A GAY SHAH Shout Outs: Melissa Pfeister of Side Piece Show Andrea Denver Adja Toure CANNABIS MOM BOSS: Sign up for the 2023 Cannabis Mom Boss Manifestation to secure your spot today! Keep in touch with social media: Twitter Instagram Tik Tok Follow Jenny Blaze on Instagram: @BravoAndBlaze @theCannabisMomBoss @JennyBlaze420 ► FOLLOW: YouTube Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Anchor Stitcher --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jenny-blaze1/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jenny-blaze1/support

Stone Cold Sober Podcast
Stone Cold Sober Podcast Ep 393

Stone Cold Sober Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 43:39


Reza and Sandy return from a for the three hundred and ninety-third episode of the Stone Cold Sober Podcast where Reza tells Sandy about his experience buying a new car. Thanks for listening to the Stone Cold Sober Podcast. Music courtesy of www.bensound.com

The Clinical Problem Solvers
Episode 267: RLR – Appetizer and Main Dish

The Clinical Problem Solvers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 41:59 Very Popular


Reza and Rabih discuss a fascinating case of AMS, infection and polyuria. rlrCPSOLVERS.COM  RLR have transitioned from Patreon to have their website rlrCPSolvers.com. Check out this virtual classroom full of bonus schemas, illness scripts, teaching videos and case challenges Get a personalized clinical reasoning curriculum to take your skills to the next level AND support… Read More »Episode 267: RLR – Appetizer and Main Dish

NC Shop Talk
Junior's Amazing Story + Golf Cart King

NC Shop Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 44:13


America is known as the land of opportunities. So no wonder many people want to take the chance to craft a good life in this land. Today's guest is someone who knows what it's like to live The Great American Dream. NC Shop Talk welcomes Johnny Reza Jr., better known as Junior of Juniors Custom Upholstery by Reza and Golf Cart King in Texas. Junior shares his inspiring story and walks us through his path to success. Junior is one of the hardest-working people in the custom upholstery industry. He is also an uber-talented craftsman, a dedicated father, and an American Patriot who has elevated his game and now runs the production division of a multi-million company. Let's hear more about him in this episode of NC Shop Talk. “For those experienced trimmers, if one of these young guys reaches out asking questions wanting to pick your brain a little bit as far as how you do things, take the time to answer. I know everybody's busy, but it goes a long way.” – Johnny Reza, Jr. In This Episode:Junior talks about his most cherished possessions What was Junior like growing up, and how did he get his first taste of sewing?What inspires Junior to push forward and keep getting better at his craft?Junior proudly shares his plans for his newly acquired ranchWas there a BIG dream in Junior's heart as a kid, and did he achieve it? What is his big goal now?The fantastic story of how Junior became a prime mover of the Golf Cart King Why Junior has so much confidence in the ABM CNC Machine, and why he recommends it over other machinesWhat revolutionary things can we expect from Golf Cart King?Junior gets thrown into the Rapid Fire Hot Seat and plays the Burning House And more! Connect with Junior and Juniors Upholstery: Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/Juniorscustomupholstery/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jrcustomupholstery/ Connect with Mal and NC Carpet: Website - https://www.n-ccarpet.com/Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/nccarpetmachines/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nc_carpet_binding/

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales
Ep243 - Elizabeth A. Davis: Defying Death Through Theatre

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 48:03


Elizabeth A. Davis is currently gracing the Broadway stage as Thomas Jefferson in “1776”, where she has the unique opportunity to showcase her actual violin skills at the same time. She talks about what it's like performing eight shows a week while pregnant, and the financial and societal expectations that come with it. Elizabeth's love for music started at a very early age, sharing that she started playing an instrument with a butter box with a ruler in it when she was three years old. She reflects on how music was an important part of her family's life, and why she played not because she had an inkling it would be her trajectory but for the discipline of it. Playing as Thomas Jefferson, she shares that the pieces that she's playing on stage were pieces that Jefferson himself played, how she auditioned and how they were particular about casting actors who can play instruments very well, and why she considers "1776" a true musical theatre. She admits that singing on stage still terrifies her, and while she thought she wasn't a good enough violinist or a vocalist to major in them, she knew that she was a storyteller and got her degrees in classical theatre performance instead. As a storyteller, Elizabeth reflects on why the act of acting is a total defiance of death, why she aims to live her life as a thank you, and why failure is your friend and something that is not to be feared. Elizabeth A. Davis is a multi-talented, multi-hyphenate actress who received a Tony Award nomination for originating the role of Reza in the Broadway production of "Once". She has over 30 Off-Broadway credits, including "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui", "Women on Fire: Stories from the Frontlines", "Zorba", "Rain", "Allegro", "The Caucasian Chalk Circle", and "The 39 Steps". She's appeared in several TV shows such as "Fringe", "Blue Bloods", “The Jim Gaffigan Show”, and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit". She has also written original musicals and short plays, and sung on Ben Platt's album, "Sing to Me Instead". Elizabeth is playing Thomas Jefferson in Broadway's "1776", where she sings and plays the violin on stage. Connect with Elizabeth: Website: www.elizabethadavis.com Instagram: @elizabetadavis Twitter: @ElizabetADavis Facebook: @officialelizabethadavis Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at feedback@thetheatrepodcast.com. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast
DTL Download: Loving Florist has your Christmas needs covered

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 31:20


A Sugar Hill family is staying with relatives after a fire destroyed their home on Friday, according to Gwinnett fire officials. Captain Ryan McGiboney said firefighters were called to the home on the 5700 block of Avonley Creek Drive at 12:54 p.m. and arrived a few minutes later to find heavy flames coming from the house. A 9-1-1 caller said the homeowner worked at night, but no one had seen him escape from the house. There were three cars parked in the home's driveway when firefighters arrived. As it turned out, the homeowner and his wife were outside the home and crews found them standing on a sidewalk. the homeowner confirmed to fire officials that the home had been vacant when the fire broke out. Firefighters used a ladder truck to knock out most of the flame and then used handlines to extinguish remaining hot spots. The cause of the fire has not been determined. McGiboney said said the family that lived at the home will stay with family members while repairs are made to their house. Hebron Christian senior Libby Jackson placed 16th out of 40 athletes in the pole vault at the Birmingham-Southern College Indoor Track and Field Invitational this past Friday. Jackson's best vault was 11 feet, 2 inches. She won last season's Class A Private state championship at 11-0, and was Gwinnett County champion at 11-1. On Sunday, the United States Marshals Service announced it has caught an international fugitive and child sexual predator from Gwinnett County who had been on the lam for nearly five years. U.S. Marshals teamed up Mexican authorities to arrest Brad A. Hatter of Gwinnett on December 3. Hatter was sent back to Georgia on December 4 and placed into detention where officials with the U.S. Marshals Service said he remains. In December 2005 in Gwinnett, Hatter, 58, was arrested for attempting to meet a 9-year-old girl for sexual activity. Officials said Hatter organized the encounter online and then went to the planned rendezvous location, where he was apprehended. In May of 2007, he was convicted of attempting to entice a minor to engage in sexual activity and sentenced to 108 months in prison. He was released from detention in September 2017 with the legal requirement to register as a sex offender and report to a supervising Federal Probation officer. On January 21st, 2018, Hatter allegedly stopped reporting to his probation officer, stopped registering as a sex offender and went into hiding. Probation officials immediately contacted the U.S. Marshals, who began their hunt. During the five-year search for Hatter, information was developed that he had left the United States and traveled to the Philippines. Later, he was located in Mexico — where he worked as a teacher. On Saturday, with the investigative assistance of the United States Marshals Service and after a brief pursuit, Hatter was apprehended by Mexican authorities, the U.S Marshals Service said. On Sunday, Hatter was returned to the United States and immediately placed into detention.   In his job as a mentor, trainer and assessor at Carrier Strike Group 4 in Norfolk, Virginia, Chief Petty Officer Reza Ghorashi-Sarvestani is responsible for utilizing his vast technical knowledge and training to help thwart cyber attacks on the U.S. Navy's East Coast fleet. And yet it seems that every time he visits family and friends in his hometown of Suwanee, this tech whiz comes close to getting lost. Reza says he has to use GPS to get around the growing town. For much of his 16-year career in the Navy, Reza has deployed on submarines and various commands in support of the Navy's information warfare and operations. Reza's main job is to bring sailors up to speed on the latest in cyber defense, on land and at sea. A 2004 graduate of North Gwinnett High School, he enrolled in Georgia Perimeter College right after graduation, but felt what he was learning wasn't lining up with his professional interests. Referring to himself as an “East Coast sailor all my life,” Reza began his Naval career as a fire control technician on submarines in Groton, Connecticut. He then began training to be an Information Systems Technician and pulled double duty on subs, taking the “side job” of tending to the vessel's computer network. He then taught incoming Information Systems Technicians in Groton (location of the Naval Submarine Base New London) and in 2012 transitioned into a Cryptologic Technicians Networks expert and was stationed with Crypto Warfare Group 6 in Fort Meade, Maryland (home of the National Security Agency, United States Cyber Command, the Central Security Service and the Defense Information Systems Agency). Prior to his arrival at Norfolk Naval several months ago, Reza was attached to Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command in Suffolk, Virginia, for four years. He said in his new position he enjoys “the best of both worlds.”   The long lines to get into the new Whataburger location in Kennesaw could be a look into what can be expected at The Exchange @ Gwinnett next year when the Buford Whataburger location opens its doors. Whataburger announced earlier this year that the Buford store would be one of six locations that the Texas-based restaurant chain planned to open in Georgia in 2023. Construction on the Buford restaurant has proceeded in the months since then, but the chain has not yet announced an exact opening date. The restaurant will have 3,746-square feet of space, according to development permits filed with Gwinnett County in March. In addition to the Buford location, which will overlook Buford Drive at the entrance to the Exchange @ Gwinnett, Whataburger will open locations in Cumming, Commerce, Dawsonville and two locations in Athens in 2023. A Woodstock location was expected to open by the end of this year. Last year, Snellville officials said the developer working on the Scenic Pointe on Scenic Highway had been in talks to include a Whataburger location in that development, and even included a rendering of a Whataburger location in its proposed site elevations that were submitted to city officials for consideration. A Snellville location was not mentioned in the chain's announcement about its metro Atlanta expansion in March, but county records show Whataburger submitted a building permit application to Gwinnett officials two days before Thanksgiving for a new store at 1436 Scenic Highway. The Kennesaw location opened to long lines of cars on Monday. On Friday, the drive-thru line for the restaurant wrapped around the building and out of parking lot and down a street behind the store. Two Cobb County police officers were on hand to direct traffic.   Gwinnett County police have asked the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to look into an officer involved shooting that resulted in the death of a man early Saturday morning in unincorporated Norcross. Gwinnett police were called to 1250 Tech Drive at about 1 a.m. on a report from a security guard about a suspicious person. The man was allegedly wielding a knife as he approached the security guard while she was in her patrol car in front of Food Depot and asked her if she was armed. A GCPD patrol officer and his supervisor were the first to arrive on scene. They both observed the man with a knife in his hand and proceeded to give verbal commands. The man refused demands to drop his knife and ran towards one of the officers. Both officers discharged their firearms. The suspect was shot in the torso. It is not clear what the man intended to do, according to police. The GBI has been requested because it was an officer-involved shooting.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nova Club
JUDAH WARSKY écoute Alice Coltrane et Rod Stewart, Pitchfork craque sur Beyonce, Reza et Théo reviennent du Fifty Lab à Bruxelles.

Nova Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 113:28


Tracklist :DJ Ketchup - Um Ano de NamoroRM - Still Life ft. Anderson .PaakMetronomy x Haich-ber-na - Right On TimeMetro Boomin - Trance ft. Travis Scott & Young ThugEddie Holman - I SurrenderBeyoncé - Cuff ItGilbert Cohen & Judas Warsky - L'Appel du piedCharlie Mingus - Boogie Stop ShuffleJacques Higelin - Mona Lisa klaxonRoxy Music - The Bogus MusicOttis Coeur - LabradorLazuli, King Doudou - Casse Ton DosDJ Travella - London Jomon BeatAlice Lewis - La RencontreAlice Coltrane Turiya Sings PrandhanaThey Hate Change - X-Ray Spexjeshi - This Thing of OursRod Stewart - (I Know) Im Loosing You Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Stone Cold Sober Podcast
Stone Cold Sober Podcast Ep 391

Stone Cold Sober Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 17:38


Reza and Sandy return from a for the three hundred and ninety-first episode of the Stone Cold Sober Podcast where Reza tells Sandy about his Thanksgiving holiday and his unfortunate experience of finally catching COVID-19. Thanks for listening to the Stone Cold Sober Podcast. Music courtesy of www.bensound.com

Stone Cold Sober Podcast
Stone Cold Sober Podcast Ep 392

Stone Cold Sober Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 37:22


Reza and Sandy return from a for the three hundred and ninety-second episode of the Stone Cold Sober Podcast where Sandy tells Reza about his Thanksgiving holiday. Thanks for listening to the Stone Cold Sober Podcast. Music courtesy of www.bensound.com

Denník N podcast
Tri minúty z MS: Po napínavých minútach prišlo k napadnutiu rozhodcu, ešte predtým k smútku Suáreza

Denník N podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 4:12


Rýchly prehľad diania, aby ste vedeli, o čom všetci rozprávajú.

Sin censura, con Raúl Brindis
Navidad, el tiempo en el que menos se reza y más se compra

Sin censura, con Raúl Brindis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 9:06


Esta celebración se ha alterado en un frenesí de consumo y vanidad. ¡Volved a lo sencillo!¡Las más bellas reflexiones en el Bonus del Podcast del Show de Raúl Brindis! 

love mexico ra jokes menos sexo el tiempo compra banda reza entretenimiento vix chistes brindis navidad el liga bbva mx el show de raul brindis noticias entretenimiento podcast show raul brindis raul brindis show online profesor chingado
Law Firm Marketing Catalyst
Episode 108: The Lawyer as CEO: Why Law Firm Leaders Need Business Savvy with Attorney and Author, Reza Torkzadeh

Law Firm Marketing Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 23:34


What you'll learn in this episode: Why law firm owners need to think of themselves as CEOs The two biggest mistakes law firm owners make that prevent their firms from growing Why law firms need to scale to stay competitive How Reza's past mistakes helped him become a better leader Why knowing your firm's vision and core values is the foundation of success About Reza Torkzadeh: Reza Torkzadeh is a nationally recognized plaintiff's trial attorney who has dedicated his professional career to the pursuit of justice by exclusively representing victims in personal injury and wrongful death cases. Reza has handled numerous high-profile cases in both state and federal courts, and has served in leadership roles in litigation at the national level. He has been featured for legal commentary by the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Daily News, Los Angeles Daily Journal, San Francisco Daily Journal, New York Daily News, Metro News, Christian Science Monitor, KUSI TV, and many other news outlets and publications. Through Reza's leadership, vision and passion for representing the people, TorkLaw has established offices nationwide, in cities throughout California, Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, Texas, Washington State, and Washington, D.C. Reza has successfully represented thousands of clients and after more than a decade of practicing law, “Representing the People” continues to be the core foundation and guiding principle of his practice and the firm. Reza is a frequently invited guest speaker and has lectured across the country on the practice of law and the civil justice system. He is a proud Honorary Board Member of the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Charity, an active member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, and President's Club Member of the Consumer Attorneys of California. Additional Resources: TorkLaw Reza's LinkedIn Transcript: Whether it's stigma or tradition, law firm owners typically don't call themselves CEOs. But according to Reza Torkzadeh, founder and—you guessed it—CEO of TorkLaw, the most successful law firm owners are the ones that run their firms like any other Fortune 500 company. Reza joined the Law Firm Marketing Catalyst Podcast to talk about the importance of creating a strong team and culture; why law firms are really in the business of customer service; and why any firm that wants to succeed the long term needs to scale. Read the episode transcript here.  Sharon: Welcome to the Law Firm Marketing Catalyst Podcast. Today, my guest is Reza Torkzadeh. Reza has a successful personal injury firm located in Orange County, California. He recently wrote a book, “The Lawyer as CEO,” which we will hear all about today. Reza, welcome to the program. Reza: Hi, Sharon. Thanks so much. I appreciate the opportunity and for having me on.  Sharon: It's great to have you. Can you tell us about your career path? How did you end up where you are right now? Reza: Oh boy! Well, throughout high school and growing up, I never thought of becoming a lawyer. It was never a career path I envisioned. I originally wanted to go to medical school and be a doctor. That was my study during undergraduate. I worked a summer as an EMT driving around in an ambulance downtown. I was doing all the things you would do if you are going to medical school and you are interested in that career.  In my last year in college, I realized very quickly that the lifestyle of a doctor is one where you need to absolutely love what you're doing. My grandfather is a doctor. My uncle is a doctor. We've got doctors in the family, and I didn't feel like it was something I loved and was passionate enough about to put in those long hours and to be on call and to make those sacrifices. But I knew I loved people, and I knew I wanted to make a difference in people's lives. That's what was driving my initial desire to go to medical school. I wanted to meet patients; I wanted to help patients and treat them. So, that was still there.  The next natural option for me was going to law school. I didn't go to law school with the intention of practicing. I went to law school with the intention of using my law degree in some setting, in some business. During law school I tried a few different areas of the law. I worked at the district attorney's office. I did transactional work. I did international business as a lawyer. After every position I knew what I didn't want to do.  It was right around my third year that I discovered plaintiff's work, representing individuals on a contingency-fee basis, where if you don't win, you don't get paid. That was very attractive to me. How great to be able to provide legal representation to those who couldn't afford a lawyer and to make a meaningful change in their lives? To cut it short for this interview and podcast, that's how I ended up doing plaintiff's work, and I never looked back. Sharon: That's interesting. Most lawyers have wanted to be lawyers since kindergarten, so that's interesting. Tell us about your practice today. Reza: We're exclusively representing plaintiffs. We never represent the defense or insurance carriers, and it's 100% personal injury. We handle a wide spectrum of PI cases. The majority of our cases now, 10 years into it, are catastrophic injury or wrongful death cases, and we handle them nationwide. We've got an office presence and staff in about nine states right now. Sharon: Wow! Had you been thinking about writing your book, “The Lawyer as CEO,” for a long time? Did it come to you because of your entrepreneurial background? What was it? Reza: A great question. I wrote it almost as a way for me to reflect on the last 10 years of the law firm. I had a lot of growing pains, a lot of learning the hard way and experiences where I almost walked away from the practice altogether. I thought to myself, “What would I have wanted if I was first starting out my practice?” I would want a book. I would want to know examples. Every industry has so much support for how to do things, and yet the legal industry doesn't. They don't teach you how to be a business owner in law school. They don't teach you how important the business side is. We are a profession. We're lawyers, so we have to act accordingly; however, every law firm is still a business. You're not going to do anybody any good if you're not running it like a business should be run.  When I looked back on the last 10 years of starting and running TorkLaw, I thought about what I would have wanted on day one. It was really an exercise in vulnerability for me to write the book. I shared many things in there that I think are new to the legal world. We're so used to hearing how wonderful all the lawyers are and their great results, and we're not used to seeing the reality of what it takes to start a law firm. So, for me, it was an exercise in putting my thoughts and my journey down on paper.  It was also a way where I felt I could make a meaningful difference in the lives of all lawyers, not just new and young lawyers. Not a day goes by, Sharon, that I don't get a random email or message from a lawyer that says, “Wow! You really inspired me to take action.” That was the goal from the beginning: to put this out there and share my experiences, my ups and downs, my failures and my successes, and then ultimately my realization that in order to be an effective business owner, in order to be an effective CEO, you need to take a look at yourself. You need to look in the mirror and come to the conclusion that the buck stops with you as a business owner. Sharon: I guess that's why the title of the book stopped me. As someone who spent their professional career marketing lawyers, it's such a different thing than being an entrepreneur. How did the book change how you viewed marketing or client development? Reza: Great question. A question I asked myself before I wrote the book was if I were a CEO of a Fortune 500, publicly traded company, how long would I have lasted in that role? My response was, “Not very long.” I would have been kicked out very quickly. I think as business owners, that's a great way to measure your performance and your accountabilities. When you're at the top and you're leading an organization of 50, 60 or 100 employees, whatever it might be—it might be five employees—it's hard for those folks to be as transparent as you need them to be to hold you accountable. So, I often ask myself the question, “If I were a CEO of a Fortune 500 company, what would my board of directors say to me?” You're absolutely right; I've been practicing for 15 years, and I've never heard a lawyer-business owner call themselves a CEO. Whether it's stigma or tradition or whatever it might be, I think ultimately you have to decide whether you want to be the CEO of your company or not. Every organization, if it's meant to thrive, if it's meant to scale and grow and do meaningful work and make a change in the community, needs an effective CEO. Sharon: Maybe a lawyer wants to be successful but doesn't want to be a CEO. They want to focus on developing clients and marketing, and they say, “I'll leave the CEO to other people,” like you. What do you think about that? Reza: Absolutely. There's absolutely nothing wrong with it. It's every person's own path. They get to choose for themselves. I chose this one because I am more drawn to the business side. I'm more drawn to marketing. I'm more drawn to scaling and the big picture. I've been fortunate enough to find people on my team who are much better lawyers than I am, much better at doing the tasks than I am. So, it works. I don't think there's a right or wrong answer for a lawyer who says, “Look, I just love lawyering, and that's what I want to do for the rest of my life.” I don't think there's anything wrong with that. Sharon: Very early in my own career working with lawyers—I can't even remember who it was—I heard a managing partner or a lawyer say they thought scaling a law firm wasn't feasible. What are your thoughts about that? Reza: I disagree. At our firm, we say we're a customer service business that happens to practice law. We're in competition for the consumer. The consumer is used to a certain level of customer service and experience that you get at Apple or Amazon or Walmart or Starbucks or FedEx and these national brands we all recognize. I think where lawyers and law firms have fallen behind is this element of customer service and customer experience.  I think you can absolutely scale. It's no different than providing a product. You're providing a service, and if you're providing a good enough experience for your clients, there's no reason why you can't replicate that in other markets, in other practice areas. You have to have the right people. You have to have the right tools, the right infrastructure, of course, but if you've discovered a formula that's successful in your own law firm, the only thing that's stopping you from scaling is yourself. I think any CEO or business owner will tell you that if you're not growing, you're going in the wrong direction. When I started practicing law 15 years ago, it was competitive. The personal injury industry has always been competitive, but not as fierce as it is today. There wasn't the amount of dollars being spent on marketing as there is today. Now, you've got hedge funds and banks and venture capital firms that are dumping money into law firm marketing. In order to survive the next 10, 15, 20, 25 years, and in order to be competitive with these behemoths that are spending hundreds of millions of dollars a year on marketing, in a way you have to scale. You have to grow to stay competitive. Sharon: Did the book change how you look at clients, how you market or how you develop your people? Reza: Absolutely. The exercise of the book was itself a reflection. Our lives are so crazy. Oftentimes I describe it as being inside of a tornado. Writing the book allowed me to quiet everything down and put on paper what's in my mind. It made me focus on the things we were doing. If I'm talking about customer service in the book, it made me focus on, “O.K., what are we doing step by step, A through Z, for customer service?”  It's the same thing for marketing. One of the biggest realizations for me—and I included this in the book—was ego-play marketing, which is seeing your face on a billboard or on TV or hearing it on the radio. Just because you see it doesn't necessarily mean it's effective and that there's a positive ROI on it. It made me self-reflect, to go back and dig deeper. Look, I don't have all the answers and I continue to make mistakes, but an important takeaway is that you can always improve. You can always do better; you can always change. We're not the same law firm we were five years ago, and I can promise you something: we're not going to be the same law firm five years from now, either. We're always retooling; we're always changing. We don't have all the answers, but I think there's always a better way to do things. Sharon: Do you think there will be a sequel, a third edition? Reza: I don't know. Not now. This one took me about 18 months to do. It was a massive labor of love. I wanted to create a book that was super easy to read. You could read it in one day. So, I spent a majority of that 18 months cutting back what was in the book and making it as short as possible. I wanted as many people as possible to pick it up and finish it and read it more than once. As of right now, no sequel. This is it. The response has been incredible, and this is not a money maker for me. 100% of the proceeds are donated to charity. Sharon: Writing the book probably brought to the fore a lot of things that lawyers don't do or mistakes they make. What are the top two things that lawyers should do differently or the mistakes they're making? What do you think? Reza: For law firm owners, I will tell you the two biggest mistakes I see—which I made also—is, number one, not focusing on culture, vision and values. That's the first one. Had we not had those things in place, in writing, engrained in everything we do, we would not have been able to scale effectively. Number two is not having a process or procedure for recruitment and retention of teammates. Both mistakes we made and paid for dearly.  I think the most common way we hire is that you put up a job post, you get back hundreds of résumés and you can't tell the difference between one or the other, and then you just pick one that might have some experience or might have worked for a competitor. You bring them in for an interview. You interview them, everyone interviews great, and then you hire them. Six months in, you realize this is the wrong person. This person sucks. I think doing that type of blind hiring is a mistake. I think desperation hiring is a mistake, and not having the culture be part of it and not having the right people is a guaranteed recipe for disaster. Sharon: Do you think if somebody had said that to you when you were just opening your doors, you would have been able to say, “Oh yeah, I didn't do it that way the first time,” or “I don't know what my culture is”?  Reza: Yeah, I'll tell you. This was my experience. It was my own ego for the longest time. I thought we had the best culture. I thought this was the best place to work. That was in my head; it wasn't reality. I was dealing with office drama and turmoil. It was a toxic environment, and I kept telling myself, “This is the greatest place to work.” It really wasn't. If someone early on, in year one, told me to focus on culture and a method to distinguish the players you're bringing onto your team, I don't know if I would have taken that advice. I learned it the hard way. Sharon: I'm not thinking about it as advice. I'm thinking back on when I didn't have business experience, and professors were asking me, “What about this, that and the other thing,” in a business environment. How would people know what their culture is? You could ask. You could say, “My culture is to have the best place to work.” Who knocked you on the side of the head to say it isn't the best place? I'm asking two questions. Reza: It was a one-day event that occurred, but it was an accumulation of the stress I was feeling working in the office. I was doing anything and everything not to go into the office. That's how bad it got. This is a company that was my first baby, that I put my blood, sweat and tears and everything into. Now I was at a point, five years in, where I didn't even like going into the office. I think that was a reality check.  Then losing half of my staff in one day was a reality check. It was an indication of my failures as a leader than it was anything else. All the things I was complaining about, all the things I was struggling with, really started from me. I was not being accountable. I was not the leader I should have been, and for the longest time I assumed I was. When you get to the point when you can take accountability for those things we're all complaining about and see how it was my responsibility to correct them and make different decisions, I looked back and said, “Wow! I was a pretty crappy leader.” I was not making the decisions I should have been making to set an example for the rest of my team. I should have been making those decisions so the people on my team could be proud of who they're working with and for. It took a good five or six years of pain to figure that out. Sharon: My last question is—I have a lot of questions. I'm thinking about all the newbie lawyers, because I hear about them and see them all the time, who say, “I can't work for anybody else. I'm going to hang my own shingle.” If they had read your book, would it have helped them develop the business into a client-focused business? How would it have helped them? Reza: I hope so, Sharon. I think there are some fundamental things in there that every business organization can benefit from, but it's like everything else: what you put in is what you get out. I meet with young lawyers all over the country all the time. I'm telling them what to do, and the majority of them won't do it and don't do it. They continue going along just how they were. I think for those folks, the book could be the spark. I don't think the book is a blueprint on exactly how to start your practice and scale and be efficient, but I do think it's a way to get some inspiration and a spark that will lead you down your own path.  Our core values are going to be different than everybody else's. My vision is going to be different than everybody else's, and the things that are important to me may not be important to everybody else. You've got to figure out your own path, but I think there are foundational things, like having your core values, having your vision very clear, making sure everybody understands what they are. You need to know every single person you bring onto your team, or at least make a best effort to go beyond just posting a job, pulling a résumé and hiring somebody. I say don't make desperate hires and wait for the right person. It may take a while, but you're better off waiting for the right person than bringing the wrong person into your organization. Sharon: It's hard to let go of the wrong person, yes. Reza, thank you so much for being with us today. Reza: Thank you, Sharon. I appreciate it. Sharon: I greatly appreciate it.

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
S8 Ep12 Scholar, writer, producer, and provocateur, polymath Reza Aslan on a life of Unexpected Entrepreneurship

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 50:45


Who would think that a religious scholar would become a media entrepreneur and become an Emmy-nominated producer? That's what happens when you become an unexpected entrepreneur. But it doesn't come without costs - as Reza knows well from having his TV show canceled by CNN due to some controversial comments he made on social media about politics. On today's episode, we meet a fascinating example of what you can achieve when you think outside of what you're supposed to do, harness your inner entrepreneur, and build outside the box. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The James Altucher Show
The Biggest Fraud in History | Antonio Reza

The James Altucher Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 59:44


The ABCs of How to Commit Corporate Fraud:Step 1: Have high-up government connections.Step 2: Deal with a service so complicated that you don't need to explain it.Step 3: Transfer balances between your own entities to pump up valuations.Step 4: Payoff the accountants (or don't have a CFO at all!).Enron, WorldCom, Madoff Securities, FTX. All of these companies have had Icarus-like rises and collapses and they all followed the same playbook. Is it a coincidence that the man who returned $20 billion to Enron's creditors will now oversee FTX through Chapter 11 bankruptcy? Today, Antonio Reza (Head of Finance for Google Cloud EMEA, ex-Microsoft Azure, ex-GE) joins James to discuss the greatest fall of them all, Enron, and its similarities to the recent plummet of FTX. Antonio's recent thread about Enron is a must-read and his Twitter account is full of similar insights.------------Visit Notepd.com to read our idea lists & sign up to create your own!My new book Skip the Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever books are sold!Join the You Should Run for President 2.0 Facebook Group, where we discuss why you should run for President.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.------------Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe  to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts: Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotifyFollow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook 

The Clinical Problem Solvers
Episode 264: RLR – A Dual Diagnosis of Hypercalcemia

The Clinical Problem Solvers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 37:08


  Reza and Rabih discuss a fascinating case of hypercalcemia.  rlrCPSOLVERS.COM Get a personalized clinical reasoning curriculum to take your skills to the next level AND support the CPSolvers while you are at it. Check out our sample content page here!  Click here to create an account for a 3 day free trial  with coupon… Read More »Episode 264: RLR – A Dual Diagnosis of Hypercalcemia

10 minutos con Jesús
07-11-2022 De puntillas - 10 Minutos con Jesús

10 minutos con Jesús

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 11:00


Cuesta perdonar una herida, una ofensa.. ese resquemor que te come por dentro.Solo Dios es el único capaz. Recibe el perdón en la confesión para poder darlo a los demás.Reza el padrenuestro; perdónanos y enséñanos a perdonar de verdad.#10minutosconJesús** Ponte en presencia de Dios. Trata de hablar con Él. ** 10 minutos son 10 minutos aunque te puedas distraer. Llega hasta el final. ** Sé constante. El Espíritu Santo actúa “a fuego lento” y requiere constancia.Audios de 10 minutos que te ayudan a rezar. Un pasaje del Evangelio, una idea, una anécdota y un sacerdote que te habla y habla al Señor invitándote a compartir tu intimidad con Dios.Busca tu momento, piensa que estás con Él y dale al play.Toda la info en nuestra web: www.10minutosconjesus.orgdiezminutosconjesus@gmail.comPara recibir cada día tu meditación por Whatsapp pulsa aquí:http://dozz.es/nu36t

The Ezra Klein Show
Is America losing its religion?

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 54:13 Very Popular


Sean Illing talks with Reza Aslan, scholar of religions and author of multiple bestselling nonfiction works, to discuss the state of religion in America today. Sean and Reza discuss the relationship between politics and religion, why it can be hard to separate the emotional experiences of faith from the symbolic language of organized religion, and how new religious identities are being forged along principles of Christian nationalism. Host: Sean Illing (@seanilling), host, The Gray Area Guest: Reza Aslan (@rezaaslan), author References:  An American Martyr in Persia: The Epic Life and Tragic Death of Howard Baskerville by Reza Aslan (Norton; 2022) The Leftovers TV series (HBO; 2014–2017)   Enjoyed this episode? Rate The Gray Area ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of The Gray Area. Subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Support Vox Conversations by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts This episode was made by:  Producer: Erikk Geannikis Editor: Amy Drozdowska Engineer: Patrick Boyd Editorial Director, Vox Talk: A.M. Hall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices