Everyone is caught up in going viral. What is your message once you do? What are your goals? You get everyone's attention than what will you do? We are a society that looks for the next biggest thing that we forget that your purpose has to be greater than just these fleeting moments..........................In today's episode we talk about my visit to Kale my Name and Tabitha Brown. She is doing something with purpose with her viral moment. Instead of chasing moments she did the work, worked hard, and has purpose that is beyond her. If you are looking to do the same you got to be willing to pull your sleeves up. What is your message? Some of us just want likes and comments. In a creative space they are nice but you got to remember your why in life............................Our hearts go out to those in Texas. The lives of the adults and children who lost their lives in the deadly massacre. Continue to lift them up in prayers. Hopefully we have real protection since school shootings are increasing. Here in Philadelphia, a child took pellet gun and shot 5 kids for no reason. What parent would be okay with their child handling any form of gun right now?...............................RIP to my cat Tiki, we love you forever. This week we experienced a lost of love unimaginable.................................Today is National Road Trip day. Read the blog on some tips to help you on your next journey.Also on the blog Part 1 of the BlogHer Health while in Los Angeles..........................Today's drink of the day is the Watermelon Mojito...........................Memorial Day weekend is Summer's unofficial start and party. Be careful and have some fun. Don't forget Memorial day is about the celebration of those who gave their lives so we can have these freeish moments...........................Make sure you follow me on social media as Toitimeblog on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Tik Tok, and Snapchat
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Rip discusses The Novice Effect, a very important article about what happens when a previously untrained person begins to train. 00:52 Banter 4:42 Comments from the haters 16:02 The Novice Effect 20:36 Adapt or die 25:15 Rips paper on periodization 33:45 The Novice Effect applies to everyone 40:57 NLP for people with weight room experience 44:43 Strength 52:01 Professional research and science
It is my birthday week so today I am talking about my new favorite queen, the American poet and writer who became an activist demanding better treatment of Native Americans from the United States government. Her name was Helen Hunt Jackson, and I will share some of her poetry throughout the story. We will start the story with Deborah & Nathan Fiske, in Amherst, Massachusetts. The couple both suffered from chronic illness through their lives. Nathan was a Unitarian minister, author, and professor of Latin, Greek, and philosophy at Amherst College. Unitarians did not believe in the concepts of sin and of eternal punishment for sins. Appealing to reason, not to emotion. They believed that God is one person. They did not believe in the Christian doctrine of the Trinity, the God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Their daughter, Helen Maria Fiske, was born on October 15 of 1830. Deborah encouraged Helen to have a cheerful disposition and Helen was smart and she worked hard to live up to her father's expectations. As a result of their parent's disabilities, Helen and her younger sister Ann often stayed with relatives. Deborah died from tuberculosis when Helen was fourteen. A few years later, Nathan Fiske was also suffering from tuberculosis. His doctor advised him to find a new climate to alleviate his symptoms. He arranged for Fiske's education to be paid for and left on his last adventure. He was in Palestine in the summer of her 17th year when her father died of dysentery. He was buried on Mt. Zion. Helen's maternal grandfather, Deacon David Vinal, assumed financial responsibility for the sisters. Julius A. Palmer, a prominent Boston attorney and state legislature representative, took on the role as their guardian, and the girls moved into his puritan home. Palmer sent Helen to the private schools and while she was away for education, she formed a long lasting friendship with the young Emily Dickinson. After school, Helen moved to Albany, New York. The following year, a Governor's Ball was held in Albany. Helen went, and met Lieutenant Edward Bissell Hunt, who was also in attendance. Hunt graduated from West Point, was an Army Corps of Engineers officer and a civil engineer. The couple married on October 28th of that year. She lived the life of a young army wife, traveling from post to post. Helen said she was almost too happy to trust the future. A woman's intuition is often right. Helen gave birth to a son the year after the wedding. His name was Murray. Sadly, Murray was born with a disease attacking his brain and he did not live to see his first birthday. She became pregnant soon after and had a second son, Warren, a year after they lost Murray. They nicknamed him "Rennie". Eight years later, Helen's husband was testing one of his own designs of an early submarine weapon for the military when he fell and suffered a concussion, overcome by gunpowder fumes. It was a devastating loss. The perhaps most profound loss next. Up to this time, her life had been absorbed in domestic and social duties. Her son Warren, her last living family member, soon died due to diphtheria. When she was young, her mother had encouraged her to expand on her vivid imagination by writing. Helen also suffered from chronic illness like her parents, and she took inspiration from her mom and started to write poetry, withdrawing from public view to grieve. Two months later, her first poem was published. She emerged months later dressed in all too familiar mourning clothes, but now determined to pursue a literary career. “And every bird I ever knew Back and forth in the summer flew; And breezes wafted over me The scent of every flower and tree: Till I forgot the pain and gloom And silence of my darkened room“ Most of Hunt's early melancholic work grew out of this heavy experience of loss and sorrow. Like her mother, she continued turning negatives into positives in spite of great hardship. She was 36 years old and writing had become her greatest passion. She moved to a lively community of artists and writers in Newport, Rhode Island where she met the women's rights activist, Unitarian minister, author and abolitionist Thomas Wentworth Higginson. He would become her most important literary mentor. “Only a night from old to new; Only a sleep from night to morn. The new is but the old come true; Each sunrise sees a new year born.” After living in Boston for two years, she spent a few years traveling through England, France, Germany, Austria and Italy. She soaked up inspiration and wrote from her writing desk from back home, which she brought with her on all her journeys. She wrote about popular culture, domestic life, children's literature and travel, using her editorial connections to cover the costs for her cross-country trips. Her career began. She became well known in the literary world, publishing poetry in many popular magazines and a book, followed by a string of novels. She used the pseudonyms “H.H.”, “Rip van Winkle,” and “Saxe Holm.” Helen was a good business woman and made connections with editors at the New York Independent, New York Times, Century Magazine, and the New York Daily Tribune. Her circle of friends included publishers and authors including Harriet Beecher Stowe who wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin and Ralph Waldo Emerson, who admired and published her poetry. The smart woman used her connections to help her shy and reluctant childhood friend Emily Dickinson get her initial work published. Helen visited California for the first time in 1872. While there, she explored the Missions in Southern California and took an eight day trip to Yosemite. She was enamored with the native populations she met. “When one thinks in the wilderness, alone, many things become clear. I have been learning, all these years in the wilderness, as if I had had a teacher.” Helen received bad news in 1873. Like her parents, she suffered from chronic health issues throughout her life, and now, like her parents, Helen had tuberculosis. When her mother passed away, tuberculosis management was difficult and often of limited effect but people were now seeking tuberculosis treatment in Colorado Springs because of its dry climate and fresh mountain air. At the time, one-third of the people living in Colorado Springs had tuberculosis staying in boarding houses, or sanatoriums with hospital-like facilities. She moved to the small town of Colorado Springs with 3,000 residents and very few amenities and was quickly disappointed. She said, “There stretched before me, to the east, a bleak, bare, desolate plain, rose behind me, to the west, a dark range of mountains, snow-topped, rocky-walled, stern, cruel, relentless. Between them lay the town – small, straight, new, treeless. One might die of such a place alone, but death by disease would be more natural.” She wasn't happy with the challenges of western life at first, but she stayed cheerful. Helen said her mother's tireless “gift of cheer” was her greatest inheritance. Soon Helen understood and appreciated the beauty of the local scenery. She fell in love with the Pikes Peak region. Her admiration for the natural beauty of the west showed in her work, andher work, boosted tourism to the region. Helen said her mother's tireless “gift of cheer” was her greatest inheritance. “Today that plain and those mountains are to me well-nigh the fairest spot on earth. Today I say one might almost live in such a place alone!” William Sharpless Jackson, a trusted business associate of the Founder of Colorado Springs, wealthy banker and railroad executive for the Denver and Rio Grande Railway became fast friends with Helen. They married in 1875. After they wed, Helen took his name and became known in her writing as Helen Hunt Jackson. Helen and William had the most fabulous home in town at the corner of Kiowa and Weber streets. It was a leader in architecture and technology. Inside was one of the first indoor bathrooms in town. William had the exterior of the house remodeled to give Helen a picture-perfect view of Cheyenne Mountain out her window. One of her most popular poems is Cheyenne Mountain. The Jackson's entertained at their home regularly. Helen lavishly filled the rooms with pieces from her travels, reflecting her insatiable curiosity about the world and its people. A lamp hung, attached to a hemp belt embellished with camel hair, Cowrie shells and red and black wool over pottery and an ornately carved Shell Dish, created by Haida craftsmen from the Pacific Coast. There were also many pictures of her loved ones, including her beloved son Rennie that sat on bookshelves next to her purse, made from the inner ear of a whale. The shelves were full of fiction, poetry, natural sciences, travel guides, and books on spiritualism and the afterlife. On the back of a chair, an unfinished Navajo Chief's Blanket produced in 1870, featuring diamonds woven atop an alternating background of stripes, cut from the loom and made into a saddle blanket. There were native woven baskets from a Yokut tribe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Heavily carved, unpainted wooden Spanish Stirrups, tear-drop shaped with cone and leaf designs, illuminated from the soft glow behind Asian decorative brass lighting fixtures made from incense burners. “Dead men tell no tales," says the proverb. One wishes they could. We should miss some spicy contributions to magazine and newspaper literature; and a sudden silence would fall upon some loud-mouthed living.” Helen traveled to Boston in 1879, attending a lecture by Chief Standing Bear about the creation of the Great Sioux Reservation. During the lecture, Standing Bear described the forced removal of the Ponca from their reservation in Nebraska, and transfer to a Reservation in Indian Territory, in present-day Oklahoma. They suffered from disease, harsh climate, and poor supplies. Upset about the mistreatment of Native Americans by government agents, she became an activist on an all-consuming mission on behalf of the Native Americans. For several years, she investigated, raised money, circulated petitions, and documented the corruption of the agents, military officers and settlers who encroached on the land. She publicized government misconduct in letters to The New York Times about the United States Government's response to the Sand Creek and Meeker Massacres. She wrote on behalf of the Ponca and publicly battled William Byers of the Rocky Mountain News and Secretary of the Interior Carl Schurz,whom she once called "the most adroit liar I ever knew." The locals in Colorado Springs were not always keen on Helen's fiercely independent nature, or her fiery advocacy for Native rights at the time. In 1881, Jackson condemned state and federal Indian policies and recounted a history of broken treaties in her book, A Century of Dishonor. The book called for significant reform in government policy towards the Native Americans. Jackson sent a copy to every member of Congress with a quote from Benjamin Franklin printed in red on the cover: "Look upon your hands: they are stained with the blood of your relations." Helen needed rest after some years of advocacy, let's not forget she had a chronic illness. So she spent a significant amount of time among the Mission Indians in Southern California. Don Antonio Coronel, former mayor of the city, had served as inspector of missions for the Mexican government. He was a well-known early local historian and taught Helen about the history and mistreatment of the tribes brought to the Missions. In 1852, an estimated 15,000 Mission Indians lived in Southern California. By the time of Jackson's visit, they numbered fewer than 4,000. “The wild mustard in Southern California is like that spoken of in the New Testament. Its gold is as distinct a value to the eye as the nugget of gold in the pocket.” When the U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs Hiram Price recommended her to be appointed as an Interior Department agent; she was named Special Commissioner of Indian Affairs in Southern California. She would document the location and condition of various bands, and determine what lands, if any, should be purchased for their use. At one point, she hired a law firm and fought to protect the rights of a native family facing dispossession from their land at the foot of the San Jacinto Mountains. In 1883, Jackson completed a 56-page report on the Conditions and Needs of the Mission Indians. In the report, she recommended extensive government relief for the Mission Indians, including the purchase of new lands for reservations and the establishment of more Indian schools. The report was well received and legislation was drawn up based on her findings. The bill passed the U.S. Senate but died in the House of Representatives. She knew she needed a wider audience and decided to write about it for the masses. She said, "I am going to write a novel, which will set forth some Indian experiences in a way to move people's hearts. People will read a novel when they will not read serious books. If I could write a story that would do for the Indian one-hundredth part what Uncle Tom's Cabin did for the person of color, I would be thankful for the rest of my life." With an outline she started in California, Helen began writing in December 1883 while sick with stomach cancer in her New York hotel room and completed it in three months. She cared enough to undermine her health to better their lives. In 1884, Helen published Ramona. The book achieved rapid success and aroused public sentiment. In the novel, Ramona is a half native and half Scots orphan in Spanish Californio society. The romantic story coincided with the arrival of railroad lines in the region, inspiring countless tourists to want to see the places described in the novel. Historian Antoinette May argued that the popularity of the novel contributed to Congress passing the Dawes Act in 1887. This was the first American law to address Indian land rights and it forced the breakup of communal lands and redistribution to individual households, with sales of what the government said was "surplus land". When few other white Americans would do so, she stood up for this cause and brought the topic to light. She wanted to write a children's story about Indian issues, but her health would not allow it. Helen was dying. The last letter she wrote was to President Grover Cleveland. “From my deathbed I send you a message of heartfelt thanks for what you have already done for the Indians. I ask you to read my Century of Dishonor. I am dying happier for the belief I have that it is your hand that is destined to strike the first steady blow toward lifting this burden of infamy from our country and righting the wrongs of the Indian race.” Cancer took Helen Hunt Jackson's life on August 12, 1885 in San Francisco. I shall be found with 'Indians' engraved on my brain when I am dead. A fire has been kindled within me, which will never go out. Her husband arranged for her burial near seven cascading waterfalls on a one-acre plot at Inspiration Point, overlooking Colorado Springs. Her remains were later moved to Evergreen Cemetery in Colorado Springs. One year after her death, the North American Review called Ramona "unquestionably the best novel yet produced by an American woman" and named it one of two of the most ethical novels of the 19th century, along with Uncle Tom's Cabin. Helen believed her niece would be a good bride for her husband after she passed, indicating this to William in a letter from her deathbed. After Helen died, William Sharpless Jackson remarried to Helen's niece and namesake. Together William and Helen's niece Helen had seven children in the house in Colorado Springs. Darling,' he said, 'I never meant To hurt you; and his eyes were wet. 'I would not hurt you for the world: Am I to blame if I forget?' 'Forgive my selfish tears!' she cried, 'Forgive! I knew that it was not Because you meant to hurt me, sweet- I knew it was that you forgot!' But all the same, deep in her heart, Rankled this thought, and rankles yet 'When love is at its best, one loves So much that he cannot forget The family took an active role in preserving the legacy of Helen Hunt Jackson's life, literature and advocacy work. Several rooms from the home furnished with her possessions are preserved in the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. The Helen Hunt Jackson Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Ramona High School in Riverside, California and Ramona Elementary in Hemet, California are both named after her. She was inducted into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame in 1985. Helen Hunt Falls, in North Cheyenne Cañon Park in Colorado Springs, was named in her memory. Visitors can enjoy the view from the base of the falls or take a short walk to the top and admire the view from the bridge across the falls. When Time is spent, Eternity begins. Sources: https://www.cspm.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Helen-Hunt-Jackson-Exhbit-Text.pdf https://somethingrhymed.com/2014/05/01/emily-dickinson-and-helen-hunt-jackson/
In this episode of Rule the Galaxy, Joe, Alfie and DDoc welcome special guest T-Bob to the show. We cover a ton of Star Wars topics: Kenobi showing up in Fortnite? Satine is mentioned in Brotherhood, will she show up in Kenobi? Alfie covers some of the Kathleen Kennedy comments in Vanity Fair... We have a full schedule coming up with Bad Batch, Andor, Mando season 3, Ahsoka and Acolyte. Drew Karpyshyn, author of Bane and Revan novels will be a future guest. We are cheering for Jack Harvey and Colton Herta at the 500 because they are huge Star Wars fans. Myles Turner of the Pacers, love Star Wars Legos. T-Bob discusses how Star Wars is modern mythology and how pumped he is for Kenobi. Is Cad Bane in Kenobi? Is Kal Cestis in Kenobi? Colin Cantwell, RIP...lead designer of so many Star Wars ships. We are pumped for the Micro Galaxy Squadron line Does Kenobi know Anakin is alive as Darth Vader? Follow us @rulethegalaxysw on Twitter and Instagram Rule the Galaxy on YouTube and Facebook RuletheGalaxypodcast on Tik Tok RULETHEGALAXY on Etsy
Welcome back ya'll! This week Marlen goes into detail about her student life and hacks that helped her become a better student. Dulce talks about her weird TikTok conspiracy and her fun weekend wrap up. And we shine light on the devastating news that struck our nation. RIP to all the innocent lives taken. Don't forget to follow us on IG: polaroppasis
Join Ollie and Klaudia as they discuss S1E14: "Nightmare" and S1E15: "The Benders."Points of Interest: Sam Winchester Has IBS, We Don't Talk About Cas (Because He's Gay), Selling the CW Off For Parts, HBO Max Original The Winchesters, Misha Collins Coming In and Out of the Closet, RIP to Superlock (Who is Perservering), Party City Realness, Was the Last Supper a Mary Kay Party?, Talker: Our Official Walker Podcast, Sam's Flop Era, Skrillex Discourse, Killing You With My Mind (Literally), John “Not As Bad As You Could Have Been” Winchester, Kiss My Shiny Metal Ass Dean Winchester, Javerification, and If Hannibal Was Here----We forgot to mention this in the episode, but "The Benders" is based on a real life family, nicknamed "The Bloody Benders." You can read about them here.---Follow us:@MysterySpotcast on Tiktok / Twitter / Instagram---Contact us:- send us a question to our TikTok Q&A- email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with Salary, iPhone vs. Android, Tex-Mex, Supernatural stories, NASA cap, and much much more… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door
Join Andrew and Brandon as they travel back to May 1990, but first they talk about Andrew's upcoming Hamilton adventure. After the break Andrew actually remember Back to the Future Part III, which is Brandon's least favorite of the trilogy. Brandon gives the account of Jim Henson's last days, RIP to the Max. Finally Brandon reads the lyrics to Turtle Power by Partners in Kryme.Check out this week's Spotify Playlist:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/54OLLHDCsgWkoDMjag0I4i?si=68956a3aef60485e Like the show? Leave us a 5 star review and subscribe!Send us a tweet at @Namely90sDiscuss the show on Instagram @Namely90sFind us online at Namely90s.comConsider joining our Patreon at Patreon.com/Namely90sFollow Brandon on Twitter at @bschwittyFollow Andrew on Twitter at @NamelyAndrewOutro:Pixelland by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4222-pixellandLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Mimin plays her final piece, Andy absolutely obliterates Rip, and Kaido might finally be down for the count. 3:43 - My Hero Academia 352 15:25 - Undead Unluck 110 24:03 - Kaiju No. 8 62 33:26 - Spy x Family 62.3 45:50 - Edens Zero 191 55:39 - Akane-banashi 13 65:35 - Blue Box 52 72:21 - Doron Dororon 22 81:51 - PPPPPP Guessing Game 86:37 - PPPPPP 32 95:15 - Super Smartphone 2 101:21 - Mashle: Magic and Muscles 107 105:58 - The Elusive Samurai 62 112:02 - One Piece 1049 123:43 - Favorite Series and MVP
Ryan and Shane tackle this episode without Mike. Don't worry though we have plenty to talk about including Shane's review of the new #DoctorStrange and the #MultiverseofMadness We also talk the upcoming remake #terrortrain. The sad passing of #fredward RIP. The absolutely insane movie coming out #CocaineBear. We go into our main topic #magichorror with such movies as #lordofillusions #doctormordrid The Lamp AKA The Outing, and many more. Bonus topics include Ryan absolutely loosing his shit when he turns the subtitles on Skype, Shane have a mental and technological breakdown which may or may not be related to quitting smoking, and the usual nonsense you've come to expect. #fuckingtechnology Twitter: @ryantutolo, @deadcellsociety, @uhmtweet Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/allyouneedisblood Instagram: www.instagram.com/allyouneedisbloodpodcast Website: www.upcominghorrormovies.com/ Message board: www.upcominghorrormovies.com/uhm/forum.php Intro score : Mistake the Getaway Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
RIP to Monster's Cafe, we hardly knew ye...Because we didn't. In this episode we round out the final part of chapter 17 of HBP. Tommy Boy successfully set up Morfin and framed him for the murders of the Riddle family, Dumbledore shows Harry a memory that has been tampered with, and Harry gets some homework. Mission- Get the real memory from Slughorn! Weekly Prophet: https://www.themeparkinsider.com/flume/202205/8945/ Check out our website for all of our latest news, merchandise, FAQs, and more! www.swishflickcast.com We have a mailbox! If you ever have the inclination to send us anything please address mail to the following: Swish and Flick Podcast PO Box 690697 Orlando, FL 32869 Our voicemail number is: 330-552-7043 Welcome to Swish and Flick! We post weekly podcasts and vlogs for you that are all about The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. We hope you will subscribe to us and follow us on our adventures! Support the podcast and become part of the pod as a patron and receive exclusive podcast perks! Gain access to our exclusive felix files episodes, discord channel, live recordings, trivia games, swish swag boxes, live hangouts & more here: www.patreon.com/swishflickcast Thank you so much for all of your support! You can find us at the handles below: Instagram: @SwishFlickCast Twitter: @SwishFlickCast Facebook: www.facebook.com/swishflickcast Your hosts can be found on: Twitter: @thepetrasfamily Instagram: @thepetrasfamily @ohhhmalley @tiffswish_flick Thank you so much for listening and don't let the muggles get you down... Thanks so much for listening and don't let the muggles get you down...
In May of 2022, Apple announced it was no longer manufacturing the iPod. RIP. Of course, this is the perfect opportunity to pause and reflect on the so-called "iPod era," a particular near-decade of music obsessiveness that paved the way for the streaming-service dominance we live in now. Matt Norlander is joined by Joe Ovies to reflect on what was better 15 years ago vs. now, but also what wasn't. Best of all: an incomplete list of iPod artists that you will not want to miss. Get ready for the flashbacks!
Kevin joins this two part episode, First half we cover some explosive carry-ons, Netflix's new policies, RIP to Fred Ward, and for trailers we cover Westworld season 4, Love Death and Robots, Avatar: The Way of Water, and Resident Evil.
Blood Sweat & Gear 145 : Dusty Hanshaw joins hosts Skip Hill, IFBB Andrew Berry and Scott McNally to talk about what Dusty has learned about growing legs this past year. Plus Indy Pro and listener questions TIME STAMPS BELOW
RIP to the 2021-22 Chicago Blackhawks. After having a few weeks to reflect, Jonnie, Ron, and Tony share their thoughts on a tumultuous campaign, the team's outlook moving forward through the rebuild, and just how hard it will be to get back to hockey glory. To the lost
In this week's episode, the guys sit with the beautiful Leighann Lovely as they discuss her upcoming show on VH1 called “Unfaithful”. As FUCK NIGGA SUMMER they talk about being caught up and they tell a story about that one time it happened to them. So, if you didn't get caught cheating, did it happen?? Also, giving a RIP shoutout to Kevin Samuel and why social media was happy he died. If Drake DM's your girl, what you doing? And how do we feel about the banning of Plan B pills? Enjoy the show, STAY WAVY!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joneswavy/supp --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joneswavy/support
Welcome to another episode of Social Junkie Podcast! In this week's "Trending" segment, topics include a judge ruling that calling men bald as "sexual harassment", Wells Fargo under fire for holding fake interviews for minorities, and more (10:20)! The guys then give their opinions on the grocery store shooting in Buffalo (39:20). An RIP is given out to rapper Lil Keed (48:50). In a packed Music segment, more details on the Young Thug and Gunna arrest are discussed, rapper Bishop Nehru uploads a video shooting heroin, Kendrick Lamar's new album is dissected, and much more (50:30)! Ending in the Q&A segment, a listener sends a question asking the guys how many baby daddies they think is too many for a girl you're pursuing a relationship with (1:37:00). Stay tuned for Episode 138, coming next week and as always, thanks for listening!Follow the guys on Instagram and Twitter!Podcast: @socialjunkiepodcast on IG & Tik TokP: @pernell1992 on IG and TwitterBrandon: @faraday__m on IG
Oh boy what a wild one we have here on The Jay Sutton Show Episode 87. This episode was not intended to be so racey but here we are. Rip to Lil Keed of YSL.We get into another YSL member Lil Gotit's name and likeness and him saying Gunna is sad in jail. We touch on the Buffalo mass shooting, the name Payton and how to stay safe. White boy cracking a whip on neighbors porch which leads us down a rabbit hole of race in America, including Niggas vs Niggers, the KKK amongst a slew of other things about race. Let's just say I was on one. We discuss me being featured on NBC News Philadelphia and how it happened. How well spoken I am and why people were so surprised. Amber Heard & Johnny Depp update, Jack Harlow not knowing Ray J & Brandy were siblings. I also call two of my nephews to see if they knew. Quavo & Offsets new group, Machine Gun Kelly using Hip Hop culture to propel his career now he's unrecognizable to us. Bronny James prom date was a topic and whether or not we would let our kids date the opposite race. Boom's son first encounter with a Karen was funny. In Crazy news a women gets a vibrator stuck in her anus, Louisiana teens convinced a guard to help them escape, Kindergarten kid brings mixed drinks to school. And a whole lot more on this hilarious episode. Be sure to subscribe. #BUffaloMassShooting #BillboardAwards #IntelligentIgnorance
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Welcome one and all to episode 118 of the "What's Real?" podcast! It's another jam-packed rendition. "Variety Hour" starts things off where the guys cover topics including a RIP to the great actor Fred Ward, the "Friday the 13th" lawsuit continues, pro wrestling talk, and some sports talk. Next, the guys head back down to the drive-in. It's a review of the latest "Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs". This week's "Double Feature" covers "The Little Girl Who Lived Down the Lane" and "Housebound". Next, is the exclusive WR? segment, "The Movies That Made US". This week is The J's pick with Steven Spielberg's 1981 classic starring Harrison Ford, "Raiders of the Lost Ark"! As usual, a new "Goofs R' Goofs" takes everything home. Enjoy responsibly. PRESENTED by churchillpictures.com Timestamps: 0:00:00 - Intro: RIP Actor Fred Ward, "Friday the 13th" Lawsuit Continues, Pro Wrestling and Pro Sports Talk 0:44:59 - Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs: "The Little Girl Who Lived Down the Lane" (1976) and "Housebound" (2014) 1:15:43 - The Movies That Made US - "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (1981) 1:35:12 - Goofs R Goofs Thanks for Listening!
In Season 4 Episode 49 the girls talk about Honeymoon Murders courtesy of the soon to be honeymooning Mel. Holly kicks things off with a very sad story about Welsh couple Ben & Catherine Mullany before Mel tells you about Scott Robin Rolston.Shoutouts to Kirsty (and Kristy of course) for a podcast recommendation and topic suggestion and Cheryl for the great laughs. Holly starts off by dying from not sleeping to which Mel quickly follows with her own fatigue, the English language is challenged in this episode (RIP listeners), a new word is invented, in Mel's case people can apparently be blown off ships and the jury is out on how Mel's honeymoon will end. Production, recording and post production completed by Holly who has taken a break from trying to steal Consulting Producer Craig's brain to catch up on some much needed sleep.Holly edited this week. All complaints should be sent directly to Mel while Consulting Producer Craig wonders why it's so quiet and loses his mind waiting for Holly's next master plan. www.whichmurderer.comWARNING - Explicit language, content and themes (plus whatever else will cover us legally). All opinions stated are our own and case information was gathered from legitimate sources within the public realm. Pre-recorded in Scotland
Rip takes live calls from Starting Strength fans. 00:54 - Today's subject/banter 07:13 - Comments from the haters 16:20 - Programming after NLP 23:06 - Training for old guys 29:21 - Making gains while busy in college 40:15 - Hurt shoulder and bench 47:26 - Stuck on chins 59:48 - Jujitsu and a knee injury
It's been a while, but with news that one of our favorite shows from SYFY making an unexpected return for a second season we had to talk. SurrealEstate did manage to finish off its freshman season in style and give the audience a bit of closure. However, the potential for more was so evident. Thankfully, SYFY recognized the possibility for more and we'll be back to watching Luke Roman and his team sometime in 2023. We have our fingers crossed that all of our favorite characters will be able to return. Cort and Brad also spent time talking about the recent massacre of the CW's lineup (RIP 4400). On the bright side, we still have one last season of Roswell, New Mexico starting on June 6th. We also spent time catching up on other things that we've been watching and new shows that will be coming to SYFY and other networks. Give us a listen and then be sure to drop a comment to let us know what you're watching. Are you as excited as we are over the surprise renewal of SurrealEstate? With Upfronts coming this week, there will be dozens of new and returning shows announced. What do you think of the CW greenlighting a prequel for Supernatural and for Walker. Which cancellation cut deepest for you? Tweet @pure_fandom or visit the Brad and Cort Talk Facebook group.You can also send us an email at email@example.com.
Texas track and field coach Edrick Floreal just guided both top-ranked teams to Big 12 Outdoor championships for the second straight season and joins this week's On Second Thought podcast to discuss the success in Lubbock. Floreal gives us an inside peek at sprinter Micaiah Harris, who became the first Longhorn to win the 100 since Jamaal Charles and women's 100-meter women's champion Julien Alfred, who clocked the fifth fastest time in collegiate history in the prelims. He also discusses how the Horns are handling expectations with the NCAAs coming up in three weeks in Eugene, Ore. Hosts Cedric Golden and Kirk Bohls preview the baseball team's pivotal final home series against Kansas, its fading hopes of hosting an NCAA regional and the highly criticized trend of nationally ranked teams cancelling midweek games to presumably protect a team's RIP.
Dr. B is back! That's right. Everyone's favorite fiber-loving broc-star, Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, is back to celebrate the release of his latest book, The Fiber Fueled Cookbook: Inspiring Plant-Based Recipes to Turbocharge Your Health. Dr. B burst onto the scene just a few years ago when his book, Fiber Fueled, hit the New York Times Best Sellers List. This groundbreaking book was a guide to optimizing the gut microbiome and improving your health through a diet rich in diverse fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and legumes. His new book, The Fiber Fueled Cookbook, goes the extra mile and tells you HOW to train your gut to take on more fabulous fiber with delicious recipes and meal ideas. He even lays out a personalized GROWTH strategy for understanding common gut issues and how to treat them effectively. Don't be one of the 19 out of 20 people who are fiber deficient. Train your gut the right way and stop fearing the foods that could help you the most. About Dr. Will Bulsiewicz Will Bulsiewicz, MD MSCI, (a.k.a. Dr. B) is a board certified gastroenterologist and gut health expert. Every day, he helps patients and members of his #plantfed community bounce back from restrictive and over-hyped diets, and into a whole new way of living and eating that produces the results they really want…permanently. At the core of his philosophy is what he calls “lifestyle medicine,” that uses food, exercise, and other lifestyle factors to optimize your gut, get you back in control of your health. Through Fiber Fueled and his free tools, Dr. B breaks it down for you, piece by digestible piece, so you can take the simple steps that will help you create incredible shifts in your digestion, symptoms, and life. Episode Timestamps 14:40 Dr. B explains the Fiber Paradox 18:00 Difficulties when you try to introduce fiber into your diet - empowering you with an understanding of what's actually happening 20:00 Understanding that your gut is adaptable - stop fearing the foods that could help you 23:30 Dr. B's insightful thoughts on a meat-only diet 24:45 The many benefits of fiber for health and disease prevention 29:25 Why you need a diversity of plants in your diet 31:10 Addressing common food intolerances like celiac and constipation with a GROWTH strategy - G = Genesis - getting to the root cause of the issue 37:10 Dr. B's definition and symptoms of constipation 46:00 Symptoms of gall bladder issues 48:00 If you have mild constipation, crank up fiber, drink water, and take your poop for a walk - fiber, hydration, and movement 50:00 Getting things moving with magnesium 53:00 GROWTH Strategy - R-O-W = Restrict, Observe, Work it Back In 54:38 T = Train Your Gut - Like an athlete, you can train your gut to take on more fiber. When your gut is hurt, you can either restrict it completely, or you can build up to it 1:00:00 Prebiotics - Fiber, polyphenols, resistant starches — legumes and whole grains have all three of these 1:03:00 How many pounds of beans does the average American consume per year? 1:04:00 How much cheese does the average American consume per year? 1:05:00 GROWTH strategy - H = Holistic Healing 1:07:45 Does exercise impact gut health? 1:09:50 Dr. B wants you to become Mic Jagger - Eat at least 30 different types of plant-based foods per week 1:15:45 Gut health game-changers: fermented foods and sprouts - the many paths to a healthy gut and diet 1:21:45 Rip previews some of Dr. B's recipes Episode Resources Watch the Episode on YouTube Dr. B's Website - The PlantFed Gut Dr. B's Instagram Order The Fiber-Fueled Cookbook PLANTSTRONG Foods - shop our official unsalted broths- and our growing assortment of other delicious products made without oil, added sugar, or excessive sodium . PLANTSTRONG Sedona Retreat - October 10th-15th, 2022 - Our Sedona retreat has been approved for 21.5 CME credits for physicians and physician assistants. And 21.5 Nursing Contact Hours for nurses…. And 2.2 CEUs for other healthcare professionals as part of the registration fee for our PLANTSTRONG Retreat. PLANTSTRONG Meal Planner - Save $10 off the annual membership with the code: PLANTSTRONG Visit plantstrong.com for all PLANTSTRONG Resources, including books, recipes, foods and the PLANTSTRONG Coaching Programs Join the Free PLANTSTRONG Community with over 26,000 members Theme Music for Episode Promo Music: Your Love by Atch License: Creative Commons License - Attribution 3.0
Finally we are out of the dang filler!!! But these episodes are insane. Rip to a king. On today’s episode we get into Episode 112 through Episode 114. Please consider joining our Patreon! Our discord is already hopping and I know you want to hear those juicy spoilers, monthly special episodes and monthly movie nights! …
On this episode of Lochhead on Marketing, let's talk about a critical question: Who are you going to be when the shit hits the fan? As we have talked about in previous episodes, it is starting to look like the business environment could get very hard here. Some people in Silicon Valley are even saying that it could be like back in 2008. Sequoia Capital wrote their seminal “RIP, Good Times” presentation, and its final slide says, “Get real, or go home”. No matter what's going to happen next in the economy, or frankly, the world, it's probably time for all of us to get real or go home. So on this episode, let's dig into why some people step up, and others melt down in times of crisis. Welcome to Lochhead on Marketing. The number one charting marketing podcast for marketers, category designers, and entrepreneurs with a different mind. The Signs When I was in my late 20s, and into my early 30s, I was the founding CMO of a company called Scient. We were a leader in the we called E-business Innovation Space, we were one of the very first consulting firms to focus on building E-businesses or Digital Businesses. We did incredibly well, as a matter of fact, the company was founded, I believe, in 98, maybe late 97. By 2000, we had grown to almost 3000 people, which is incredible for a consulting startup, essentially. We were public and had a market cap of about $9 billion. Now, if you were around back then, you've done your homework, and you know the.com bust happened. Like all bad things, they happen over time. It built starting by about February, March, we could feel things starting to get bad. Shortly thereafter, we could feel the rumblings our pipeline wasn't starting to look very good. There was weird shit happening with our customers. And there was a slow takedown that happened from about March, slowly, slowly, slowly, building over the summer, and by the fall, we were in a freefall. Sh*t Hits the Fan Due to all that, we had to do the first ever layoff in the history of the company. It was insanely painful. So when we announced the miss in the projected stocks, we do the layoff. The people we laid off are amazing. They were cheering the company on saying please go forward and be successful sign had an incredible culture. So as painful as it was, the exiting people were, were incredible warriors and supporters. And the people who stayed really wanted to make a go of it. However, people at management seemed to be focusing on the wrong things, rather than discussing how to move forward, given the resources we still had at the moment. This continued until I left the company, and from there the company continued on its freefall rather than picking itself up and starting anew. How People React to Disruption So why do I share that with you? It's a great example of the shit hitting the fan for a company. In my opinion, an executive team unwilling to deal with the reality of the situation, and unwilling to deal with it with any kind of speed is a bad way to go at it. That's why I got so mad and took off, and that's why the CEO of the company fired me. After that, the company vaporized. To hear more how legendary people react when disruption happens in the market, download and listen to this episode. Bio Christopher Lochhead is a #1 Apple podcaster and #1 Amazon bestselling co-author of books: Niche Down and Play Bigger. He has been an advisor to over 50 venture-backed startups; a former three-time Silicon Valley public company CMO and an entrepreneur. Furthermore, he has been called “one of the best minds in marketing” by The Marketing Journal, a “Human Exclamation Point” by Fast Company, a “quasar” by NBA legend Bill Walton and “off-putting to some” by The Economist. In addition, he served as a chief marketing officer of software juggernaut Mercury Interactive. Hewlett-Packard acquired the company in 2006, for $4.5 billion. He also co-founded the marketing consulting firm LOCHHEAD; the founding CMO of Internet consulting fi...