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It's time to check in on the latest in pop culture and PR. From recent missteps from the rock and roll world to shows trying to return to air during the WGA and SAG/AFTRA strikes, we talk about it. Transcript Michelle Kane (00:02): Thank you for joining us for this episode of That Solo Life, the podcast for PR pros and marketers who work for themselves, people like me, Michelle Kane with VoiceMatters, and Karen Swim of Solo PR Pro. Hello, Karen. It's another week and here we are. Karen Swim, APR (00:20): Hi Michelle. We made it. We made it. It's been a week. Michelle Kane (00:25): Oh, it's been a week. And it hasn't even been a week already. Karen Swim, APR (00:30): So true. Michelle Kane (00:31): But our week is nothing like the weeks of some people out there in pop culture land. So we're just going to touch on that a little bit. I'm sure if any of you are following any of the hot topics right now with the Writers' Strike, the Actors' Strike. We know Drew Barrymore had some issues with that. We've got some stuff out of Florida, and Jan Winter stepped in it too with Rolling, rolling Stone in the Rock and Roll Hall. And not that we're saying this to just disown people, but there are some very instructive PR moments that some of these aforementioned people received well and acted upon and others have not. But that's okay. It's just like us and clients. Sometimes they listen, sometimes they don't. Karen Swim, APR (01:21): 100%. And I actually, I love our pop culture PR segments because they're always fun and they're a nice break from a lot of the other things that all of us have to deal within our day-to-day. So yes. Michelle Kane (01:35): Yeah. Yes. Let's get into it. So Drew, I love Drew. I know she means, well, I think she most certainly was thinking of those members of her crew and those people affected by the strike and being off the job and what that is starting to mean financially for so many people that she announced. She made the decision to come back to work that was met with pretty significant backlash, which in turn, she then rescinded and is not going back. And I know we were talking off air about, I had seen Rosie O'Donnell posted something that was very instructive for Drew. In fact, Rosie, if you're looking to make a foray into pr, you nailed it. She just laid out three things, a apologize, B, change your mind and see, just state it like this and you'll be fine. Karen Swim, APR (02:36): I love Drew Barrymore as well. And I think that her misstep, of course, the first thing that was asked is who's advising her? People automatically assume that there was some failure on the part of advisors, but then other smart people asked. The question was, did she listen to counsel? My guess is that obviously she does have really good PR people that are on her team. My guess is that they truly did advise her, but that she led with her will and her heart. And I do believe that she was well intentioned, but very misinformed. So here's a thing that stood out to me. Number one, here's somebody who is an industry veteran. She grew up in this industry. That, however, is not always apparently an indication that you really understand the industry that you've been in for a long time. So she's been in it for a long time. She's made a lot of money in the industry. She definitely is one of the privileged that is not feeling the strike in the same way, however, because she has a good heart. She wanted to do something good, but she missed the mark on this one and she forgot her audience. I don't want to spend people's money. But there's all kinds of ways that you can help people that work for you without affecting the wider industry and the issues and thinking about how this is going to play to the average American, many of whom are in her audience are also in labor unions, have family members in labor unions or are being impacted by workplace issues. So it was a great misstep. And so the lesson to leaders is just because you think something is right, and just because you're operating off of good intentions, it's really smart to have strategic counsel that will tell you the truth and to look beyond yourself and your perceptions and truly understand the impact on the audience. (04:50): And when you're a brand of that size, your impact on the larger marketplace. I have friends that have been on the picket lines. I have friends that are not multimillionaires who are being affected by these strikes. I have friends that are actors and friends that are writers. It is disheartening to see somebody show up for a smaller group of people because you want to feel good about it and you want to put a statement out saying, I own this choice. Okay, are you owning the big mistake that this is too? It was a slap in the case to all of those people that don't have Drew Barrymore as their boss, which is the majority of people. Michelle Kane (05:30): Right. So true. So true. And it definitely went against the whole purpose of a strike. And to your point, you're asking audience members to cross a picket line. And so there was a subset snafu with all of this where there were two audience members who the picketers gave them pins. They wore the pins, they were kicked out of the audience. So it's also a message to someone in her, or maybe you're not a talk show host. Maybe you're a c e O of a company. Yeah, you keep the 30,000 foot view, but you better keep your ear to the ground too so that your staff knows not to do that because Hello Drew, you're in the SAG after union. Karen Swim, APR (06:16): That's unfortunate, but has she been out on the picket line routinely? Has she been talking to people who are losing their livelihood, who cannot pay their rent, who cannot make their mortgage payments? Apparently not. Because you can't hear these stories, you can't know these people. You can't walk in their shoes and make the decision that was made. And we've also seen the ripple effect, and this happens with companies that we work with too. One company does something and everybody follows suit bad or good. We're seeing it right now in this whole return to office. One company finally pulls the plug and says, you've got to come back. And then we see a ripple where other companies follow suit because no one often wants to be first. And we know in business that it's all copycat. That's why they all talk in this stupid business jargon language, which is another part of our segment today. So now that she has pulled back and they are not taping the show, then other talk shows also announce that they also will be delaying their seasons. Correct. Is this painful? Yes, but that's a whole point of a strike, whether you're pro-union or not. I think that we're all people earning a decent living, (07:42): And that's all that these, they're not fighting to become billionaires. That's not what the fight is about. They want to have health insurance. They want to be able to have entry level positions. When it comes to actors, they want extras. Extra is often, it's almost like an internship into the business. They don't get paid a lot, but they get to learn on the job, they get to network, they get to be around, they learn the language of a set and how production goes. And one of the things that the studios wanted to do is to take extras in that background stuff and be able to AI it into 50,000 different other scenes movies. So imagine this, you go, you get paid a hundred bucks for your full day of work, and now somebody wants you to sign over the rights to that day of work for eternity so they can just drop you into other things. Yes, technology is here, but I am not a fan personally of technology, completely erasing humanity. I believe that the best use of technology helps us to do our jobs better. It works for us. It's not competing with us. Michelle Kane (09:02): I mean, that's just wholly unethical. Karen Swim, APR (09:06): I believe it is too. And so I've heard a lot of people just, they don't understand. They don't know what's going on with these strikes. And they really have this viewpoint that people in Hollywood all make so much money. And when I shared with people some of the residual checks that people make or some of the money that they make given year, they were shocked that it was less than they make at their, what they consider to be a regular job. We're not talking about tech executives. We're not talking about C-suite people. We're talking about people that just go to work every day. They have a job, they make a decent living. They were shocked to learn that people in this industry often make far less than they do. And it's because in every industry, you always have somebody on the bottom, somebody in the middle, and somebody at the top. Every industry that doesn't go away just because of the type of industry. Michelle Kane (10:03): And I think it speaks to a wider mentality, and I'm going to presume it's probably mostly an American thing. You always hear the pushback of, oh, they want this kind of raise. Why should they get that? It's like, do you understand? If they do that, it will eventually benefit you? This is not a competition. You are not meant to be jealous. Oh, so you want to be paid less, is that what you're saying? Pay me less. It's not a contest. We only have, look unions a lot of good, a lot of not so great, but we have weekends because of unions. We have, well, in most states right now, some states are bringing back child labor. We don't have child labor because of union. So them asking for what the value of their work is bringing these companies don't act like just because it's not an opportunity for you today. Oh, they're being greedy. Just shut up and go to work. It's like, really? Do you really want to be a surf? I don't. Karen Swim, APR (11:09): And it is a little shortsighted to actually be a member of a union that's on strike and make the decision that Drew Barrymore made. That's a more telling issue because people that don't agree with the unions and would love to see them go away, they don't like the collective bargaining. They want every individual to bargain for themselves. Nothing wrong with that point of view. It really isn't. So we're not here to say pro or anti-union or whatever. We're here to say that when you are running a business, you really need to take into account who you're speaking to and the impact of your decisions. And you have to rely on more than your own perception or your intentions. It just gets you into trouble every time. And this time it really got her into trouble. I think that she'll recover from it. Michelle Kane (12:05): Yes. I believe that Karen Swim, APR (12:07): She, over time has actually built a lot of goodwill. So I do think that she will recover, but it was just unfortunate that it had to take this turn. And we know that on a smaller basis, we probably have seen this with clients as well. Michelle Kane (12:23): Oh, definitely, definitely. And to be fair, same thing has happened with Bill Maher. He decided to come back Now, of course said no. And I think it was also what the talk and the Jennifer Hudson show, they were making similar decisions into which even if you're a talk show, it's like, well, who do you think is going to be your guest? But speaking of shortsightedness and not really having much of a clue, let's move on to the new president of the University of Florida, former Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse. Karen Swim, APR (13:06): We're looking at this purely from a PR lens. So, University of Florida, which is one of the top schools in the nation, and their model has been fantastic, has a new president, and his name is Ben Sasse, and he's a business guy. Nothing wrong with I get it. You bring somebody into a different industry because they have a different way of solving problems, a different perspective. I have no issues with that choice from a PR perspective. One thing that jumped out at us is that Ben Sasse has done some interviews and he is a businessperson, and he makes the mistake that so many PR professionals will instantly recognize. How many of you have clients that you have set up interviews with and you're trying, you have media trained them for thought leadership, and they cannot get out of their own way and speak like a human being. They just cannot speak like a person. (14:10): We have to tell you, we were working with a client and we had a partner, and the partner was a very large, very well-known household name company. And so the interview included our client, a smaller client and this household name company. And the reporter came back to us after the interview and applauded our client and their interview and their input and said basically that the household name company was trash because they could not speak like a human being. They just gave them a bunch of standard company jargon. So if you want to do thought leadership, this is the worst way to do it. It's the worst way, honestly, to communicate with anyone that phrase that you should communicate to be understood, not heard. And unfortunately, some executives, some business people, some regular people feel like they need to sound smart. They need to use all of the inside words. (15:26): When you are talking inside of your own companies, you do not need to do this. You do not need to prove that you have the glossary of terms that are used. Sometimes if you're a medical doctor, obviously you need to use technical language in certain positions. You have to use technical language within your job. But it would serve everyone well to learn how to speak a human being. And I want to read you an example of one of his answers. It is so completely, it's like, what does he even saying right now? I don't even know. I'll have to find the quote. Michelle Kane (16:12): I believe co-location was one of the words. It was just, I'm like, really? And I wonder because he was previously, he's the former senator from Nebraska. And you have to wonder, is he just not used to speaking things that weren't carefully crafted for him or is now that he's out of that world, he's just again refusing counsel and saying, nah, I'm good. I'll wing it. Karen Swim, APR (16:42): He was asked about his perceived invisibility on campus because there's been a lot of stuff on the campus about how he's not seen the previous president. The students don't see him. He's just not visible. And so part of his answer, and this is in quotes, and this is from New York Times magazine, and he says, and that requires us to unbundle cohorting community and synchronicity from co localities. And then he added, what will today's generic term professor mean when you disaggregate syllabus designer, sage on the stage, lecturer, seminar leader, instructional technologist, greater assessor, et cetera. So cohorting community and synchronicity from localities even mean, and what it Michelle Kane (17:33): Sounds like it hurts. Karen Swim, APR (17:35): Yes. What does that have to do with students saying they never see you on campus? Please do not do this at home, folks. Michelle Kane (17:48): Yeah, I mean, my university wasn't anywhere near as large as the University of Florida, but we knew who our president was. We would see him, we would see the provost, we would see them out and about saying, hello. It's a little strange, and maybe I'll give him a little benefit of the doubt. Maybe he's transitioning from being in the hyperbaric chamber of DC or maybe he just isn't, isn't really for… Karen Swim, APR (18:22): And I feel like this, feeling like they're so accustomed to speaking in this inside baseball language and it's a language of the privileged they feel as if they have to speak this language so that people know how incredibly brilliant they are. But the people who have an impact and are memorable, are people who know how to speak to you like a person. They don't need to use the big words. And we PR people, we love the dictionary. We love grammar, we love words. We love to bring out old words and use them in different places. But when you are communicating with people, it's so much more important to just be plain spoken and to be memorable. People will remember words that they can hold onto. They're not going to remember that you said unbundle cohort team. I want to even know what does that even mean? Michelle Kane (19:32): And honestly, as soon as you said synchronicity, I was already playing songs from the police album in my mind. So you lost me, Ben. But speaking of the police and rock and roll, our number three person who he has literally taken PR in vain is Jan Wener, who has come out with this book called The Masters. And he has truly and purely stepped in it or revealed to anyone who had any wonder of how he really is when he claims, well, I don't know if he was approached as to why are there only white men in your book? And he made some ridiculous claims that, well, I guess I could have interviewed one black person and one woman to be for PR purposes. Okay, that's not PR Jan, but whatever. But they couldn't be articulate. I'm like, I'm sorry, say what? I have three words for you. (20:28): Sister Rosetta invented the electric guitar rock and roll riff. If, and I kind of feel for the people that he did interview, I really would love to hear from them as if to say, yeah, I'm in that book, but that's not how I roll. Just incredibly tone deaf. And it really tarnishes the musical journalism reputation of Rolling Stone, even though he was just the editor and the publisher. He wasn't the writer, but all the coverage over the years, you're like, huh, why didn't so-and-so get featured as much? Oh, really? Oh, you don't think Stevie Wonder could talk about his music? Really? Oh, so yeah, he's in our, I don't even like to say doghouse because I love dogs. He's in our PR bad house right now. He Karen Swim, APR (21:19): Has been removed from the rock and roll board. Yes, he has from his position. And I think that those were great decisions. And Michelle, I mean, I completely respect you, particularly on so many topics, but you're a music nerd. Michelle Kane (21:36): I am. Karen Swim, APR (21:37): You are a music nerd. You love music. You know music. You can talk music. And it just hurt my heart to read words that you have one human being who has power, who communicated that there's only a certain subset of people that make music that can actually talk about it in an intelligent manner. This from someone who is not a musician, by the way, he's not a musician. (22:12): No. Here again, this goes to me. I mean, this is not a diversity, equity, inclusivity, and belonging issue because he is clearly biased, period. No amount of de I and B training would've helped this man. He really needs a mindset shift. But it is a good example of us understanding companies, organizations, strategic advisors, PR council, understanding the people that we connect to, our brands and our companies, understanding what their perspectives are, not just their intelligence on a particular topic. So I am sure that he achieved his status and position because he developed talents and he had some knowledge about this industry. But did anyone ever look beyond that over the years? Did anyone question why certain people weren't interviewed and why he held certain opinions or wrote certain things? So I think that as communicators, it's important for us to ensure that our clients are not attached to people that could damage their reputations because this rubs off on them. And Michelle, you nailed it. You started to look back and say, now I'm questioning decisions that were made under his leadership, knowing now what I know about this human being. Absolutely. So it can turnage great work. Michelle Kane (24:00): And Karen Swim, APR (24:02): Not because your organization sucks. I mean, no has had some problematic. Michelle Kane (24:11): Problematic, yes. And there's been an undercurrent of thoughts about this person's perspectives, but this just you. I'm like, okay, well thank you for confirming what so many of people have said. I won't repeat what one of my friends posted. Karen Swim, APR (24:32): I dunno this man at all. But his comments come across like a hateful, misogynistic, racist. Can I just be honest about it? Exactly. Michelle Kane (24:40): Yeah. Karen Swim, APR (24:41): So, basically you hate women and any other race. Michelle Kane (24:44): Yeah. They're not on the same par as your white male counterparts. And I'm like, yeah, I'm pretty sure that's the textbook definition. And I'm fairly certain of half the names you dropped that they would highly disagree with you. I don't dunno if David Bowie saying Karen Swim, APR (25:04): This out loud. Michelle Kane (25:06): Yeah, you're saying the quiet part out loud, which happens oh so often these days. And yeah, along that topic, if anyone's interested, there's that brilliant clip of David Bowie being interviewed on MTV in the early eighties addressing just that and calling them out to their faces. And it's just a beautiful for us nerds who love to see a good interview and how they can go, but Karen Swim, APR (25:29): We love it. Michelle Kane (25:30): Well, we hope you've enjoyed this time with us. We enjoy just looking at the PR perspective of these things as we dish a little bit. And if you've found this valuable to you, we would love it if you would share it around with your friends and colleagues. Check us firstname.lastname@example.org. And until next time, thanks for listening to That Solo Life.
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Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On today's program, Chase is joined by On The Forecheck's Bryan Bastin and Flames Nation's Jeff Middleton to review the NHL's Pacific Division, why the Sharks and Ducks will be terrible again, the Canucks and Flames in limbo, the Kraken are moving in the right direction and the Oilers should push Vegas atop the division.Host: Chase ThomasGuests: Bryan Bastin, Jeff MiddletonTo learn more about CT and the pod please go visit: https://chasethomaspodcast.comBy the way, this is a free, independent national sports podcast. To keep it that way, I'm going to need some help from you guys. If you're a fan of the pod and you haven't already, take a second right now and leave the show a 5-star rating and a review on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. It really does help, and it's so quick and easy to do. Thanks, y'all!Keep up with Chase on social media:Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodChaseThomasFollow me on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3kFHPDnFollow me on TikTok: https://bit.ly/3JdZ3RF'Like' me on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3ZmURo4 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We are 6 days removed from the Seattle Seahawks defeat, and the Detroit Lions are in a bad mood and ready for vengeance. Rolling into Motown this week is the 2-0 Atlanta Falcons, spearheaded by the formidable 1-2 punch of Bijan Robinson and Tyler Allgeier and fielding a defence that has given up a measly average of 17 points a game over the first 2 weeks. Join the panel as they preview week 3 for the Detroit Lions. Can we stop the Falcons run game? Can the Lions defence get it's act together? Can the team win what is a critical game going into a short week? One thing we do know is every time we play the Falcons, it's stress inducing and always goes down to the wire! We will be joined by Atlanta Falcons fan Big Low Kuntry who will give us the lowdown on the Falcons and why they will be eyeing up a 3-0 start to the season. Explicit Language is in this Podcast. Facebook page: @Roarothelionsuk Facebook group: Detroit Lions Fans UK One Pride World Wide Twitter: @ROTL_UK Instagram: @ROTL.UK Twitch: rotl_uk YouTube: Roar Of The Lions UK Website: Roarofthelionsuk.com
Catch up on all the headlines in NFL, Utah, BYU, Utah State, College Football, MLB and RSL news with "What is Trending" for September 22, 2023.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our criminal crew face the final showdown in the grand finale of Rolling in the Mist: Series 2! Join Ryan Bravo as Logan Hererro, Jason Peguero as Leland Myers, Pablo Milla as Marty Blanc, Bex Ayala as Kore Vidales, and Kevin Carpenter as the Master of Ceremonies, as they uncover the secrets of the tabletop roleplaying game City of Mist! If you want to support the show and our other projects, donate to our Patreon at patreon.com/awdloot Follow us on our Social Media for updates on what's to come: Facebook: www.facebook.com/awdloot Twitter: twitter.com/awdloot Instagram: www.instagram.com/awdloot/ Want to play City of Mist as the Rolling in the Mist crew? Check out our playbooks at https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/387782/Rolling-in-the-Mist-Season-1-and-2-Playbooks-BUNDLE Credits: City of Mist TTRPG is created by Son of Oak. Please support the official release. Character art by Devin Billy @ devinbilly.com
I used to refer to myself as a hot mess often in the early blogging days circa 2008, until someone scolded me saying it wasn't a nice way to describe myself, that maybe it wasn't the best self-image to curate. So I stopped. But I lost something in dropping the “hot” and the “mess” as I now approach middle age (and grandma-status in my soul). Today's post is a crossover from my newest project, Rolling in D
The Pigskin Cafe crew previews Week 4 of the CFB Season and recaps Florida's big win vs Tennessee and a few other major storylines from Week 3. They then preview Colorado vs Oregon, Ole Miss vs Alabama, FSU vs Clemson and discuss MUCH MORE! Let us know in the comments if Alabama is on Upset Alert and what you are looking forward to seeing in Week 4! Be sure to like, comment, subscribe and follow us on Twitter and Instagram at The Pigskin Cafe!
Rolling In The Netherdeep Ep 52March of the MagesWilvan and Lapuhs attend a ceremony where four mages from the Cerberus Assembly present themselves to J'mon sa Ord. North and Orgoth speak with Amkeznie at Mystic Pursuits. Watch us live on Wednesdays 4:30 Eastern/1:30 Pacific on Twitch!Severed Sons proudly supports Tabletop News , your official stop for all things Tabletop! Thanks to Critical Role for helping us build worlds of adventure!Ron Murphy – DM, @ron88keysRBDMWilvan Grandmane – Ross Griffin, @griffRMLaphus Prismawing - Jaiden Ramirez, @foxtrotfalloutOrgoth Skullcrusher - Bill Roper, @billroperNorth Star Maedrick - Jaime R. Bishop, @suburbancrypticFollow us on Twitter at @SeveredSonsDnD!Join our Discord! Join our Patreon!Now, you can support us through the Buzzsprout website too!Give us a review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Spotify, GoodPods or on our Twitter page and we'll read it on the air. Keep on rolling! Support the show
Welcome to Raw Mind Sports Podcast! In today's episode, we're lacing up our skates for something special! We're thrilled to introduce you to Denise Watson, the proud owner of Sky Vue Skateland in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, a family-run gem since the swinging 60s. Skating isn't just a pastime; it's a sport with a rich history, and today, we're gliding into an exciting episode that'll make you roll with excitement! Stay tuned as we dive deep into the world of skating with Denise. #RawMindSports #SkatingRinkStories #LocalBusinessSpotlight #RollWithExcitement
In this episode host Chris Richards sits down for a trip down memory lane with his younger brother Justin Richards for an in depth discussion on all aspects of Justin's 2021 Maine Moose Hunt. The brothers bond over their shared love for the 375 Holland & Holland Magnum before then sharing the full story of an incredibly memorable moose hunt with lots of laughs, challenges and ultimately success along the way. While persevering through some challenging hunting conditions to eventually harvest a beautiful bull on the morning of day 4 of the hunt may seem like the really excitement of the story; the aftermath of getting the moose out of the woods is really what seemed to be the crew's greatest issue. Tune in for a great hunting that can has an important underlying life message within it: learn to roll with the punches, because no matter what, things ALWAYS can happen.
Anthony Richardson does not practice, but there was no way he would given the steps of the protocol. Eight Ravens were more held out of practice too! Live from IU Basketball Media Day with live interviews! Sydney Parrish and Kaleb Banks talks hoops, IU, and Bloomington! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This month, Oregon became the latest state to start paying out benefits under its new paid leave program. Workers can take up to 12 weeks of paid leave for family, medical or safe leave, which is available to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and harassment. Workers applying to take paid leave for pregnancy may be eligible for an additional two weeks of benefits. Although self-employed people or independent contractors are not automatically covered under the program, they can make quarterly contributions to participate, depending on eligibility. We’ll hear from Karen Humelbaugh, director of Paid Leave Oregon about how the program is going, its impact so far and the online application process, which is available for English and Spanish speakers.
Rolling out the blueprints for the implementation of New Earth one episode at a timeFUNDAMENTALS No formal governance or authority Based on attraction not promotion The only currency is vibrational resonance as manifest through synchronicity and attraction No dues, fees, or obligations of any kind No formalized punishment There will be a shared understanding of the laws of the universe meaning everyone will understand that whatever they draw into their experience is karmically theirs to learn from and transmute and therefor they will not require institutionalized intervention (this is integral for karmic evolution) The collective cultivation of telepathy and non physical / organic technology will replace current tech and social mediaI will personally be teaching how to prepare for and sustain 5D ET contactET tech unlocked by resonance and heart purity PHILOSOPHIES FOR LEADERS Freedom over security Harmony over cultivation Honouring and learning from nature Design with beauty, ease, and comfort in mind Honour transparency in all interactions Intuition over intellect Offer assistance by invitation only - partial non interference so that we can allow karmic evolution and learning Provide resources and information responsibly and non-invasively
In today's episode Justin Martin, 15 year veteran driver and social media content creator at FreightWaves joins us to talk about the evolution of trucking social media and the opportunities for growth in the space. Follow the Loaded and Rolling Podcast Other FreightWaves Shows Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I wish someone would look at me the way that apple is looking at cinnamon. We're looking at reviews this week, though, including but not limited to reviews for getting up to Garfield-like mischief with some of that cinnamon, grocery store bathroom labyrinths, whittled stuff in craft burger restaurants, saying "arigato" to the airport, and the bourgeois-infested Carl's Jr on Route 66. Want more party? Check it out at https://www.reviewpartydot.com/ !
The businessman and football coach talks about his experience growing up fatherless, how it felt to star in the Academy Award-winning documentary Undefeated, in which he used his tough-love style of coaching to help an underprivileged Memphis high school's football team make it to the playoffs, and his mission to recruit an Army of Normal Folks to make this world a better place. Shout out to our terrific sponsors! Hillsdale.edu/mike Register for FREE online courses. ZipRecruiter.com/Rowe to try ZipRecruiter for FREE. NetSuite.com/Mike Download NetSuite's KPI checklist for FREE.
NFL Week 2, we start with Fastest 2 minutes. (00:00:00-00:09:11) We then break down every game from Sunday while Hank watches the end of the Patriots game live on the show Ravens 27, Bengals 24 (00:09:11-00:20:14) Chiefs 17, Jaguars 9 (00:20:14-00:26:25) Seahawks 37, Lions 31 (00:26:25-00:37:21) Bills 38, Raiders 10 (00:37:21-00:43:29) Titans 27, Chargers 24 (00:43:29-00:50:26) Falcons 25, Packers 24 (00:50:26-00:56:36) Colts 31, Texans 20 (00:56:36-00:59:00) Dolphins 24, Patriots 17 (00:59:00-01:09:16) Bucs 27, Bears 17 (01:09:16-01:21:33) Commanders 35, Broncos 33 (01:21:33-01:33:41) 49ers 30, Rams 23 (01:33:41-01:41:16) Giants 31, Cardinals 28 (01:41:16-01:44:48) Cowboys 30, Jets 10 (01:44:48-01:54:13) We finish with who's back of the week. (01:54:13-02:13:04)You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/PardonMyTake
In this enlightening episode, we dive into the world of parenting teenagers with Elizabeth Bennett, a seasoned expert in nurturing meaningful connections between parents and their teens. Join us as we uncover the secrets to transforming those exasperated eye-rolls into heart-to-heart conversations. Parenting a teenager can often feel like navigating uncharted waters. It's a time marked by change, growth, and the inevitable clashes that arise as young minds assert their independence. Elizabeth understands this terrain intimately and brings a wealth of knowledge to help parents successfully navigate it. About Elizabeth Bennett With over 35 years of teaching, administration and coaching experience, Elizabeth offers a unique blend of leadership, vision and vast knowledge background. She is a former (retired), award winning principal who has a relentless passion for empowering people to take on their lives with joy and love. Elizabeth is dedicated to sharing her desire to create positive and connected relationships, focusing on community and business leaders, educators and especially parents. (and yes, I even work with teens to help them see alternative perspectives.) About Theresa Inman A wife and a mother to two children and grandmother, Theresa Alexander Inman is a Parenting Coach, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and Infant Toddler Development Specialist. She was introduced to the field of behavior analysis in 2007 after working in many capacities in the juvenile justice system. Her goal is to improve the lives of children and families by helping them strategize child develop skills to prevent or reduce the effects of possible delays while having fun! Theresa is also an author, having published “How Can I Help My Child Communicate?” in 2022. Connect with Theresa today! • Instagram | Theresa Inman • LinkedIn | Theresa Inman • BabyBoomer.org | Theresa Inman • YouTube | Parenting with Confidence • Tiktok | https://www.tiktok.com/@parentcoachtheresa • Spotify via Anchor.fm | Parenting with Confidence Website: https://www.theresaalexanderinman.com/ About Parenting with Confidence Parenting with Confidence with Theresa Alexander Inman presents you with answers if you are a tired and frustrated parent with a child diagnosed with a developmental delay. We aim to lift you up from the pressure of doing it right and provide you with the resources to set you and your child up for success! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theresa-alexander-inman/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theresa-alexander-inman/support
We're level 12! The crew takes a minute post-season to roll some hit dice and make difficult, multi-class related choices...---Our show contains fantasy violence (and the occasional foul language), treat us like a PG-13 program!---Rolling with Difficulty Patreon:patreon.com/rollingwithdifficultyRolling with Difficulty Discord:https://discord.gg/6uAycwAhy6Merch:Redbubble: https://www.redbubble.com/people/RWDPodcast/shop?asc=uContact the Pod:email@example.comTwitter: @rollwdifficultyInstagram: @rollwithdifficultyRSS Feed: https://rollingwithdifficultypod.transistor.fm/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RollingwithDifficultyTik Tok: @rollwithdifficultyCast:Dungeon Master - Austin FunkTwitter: @atthefunkThe Set's Journal of Faerun: https://www.dmsguild.com/product/345568/The-Sets-Journal-of-Faerun-Vol-1?term=the+setKyana - OSP RedTwitter: @OSPyoutubeInstagram: @overly.sarcastic.productionsOverly Sarcastic Productions: https://www.youtube.com/c/OverlySarcasticProductionsChannel/Dani - Sophia RicciardiTwitter: @sophie_kay_Instagram: @_sophie_kayMoviestruck: https://moviestruck.transistor.fm/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/moviestruckVhas - WallyInstagram: @stuckinspaceTwitter: @walpoleinspacePortfolio: https://ghost_astronaut.artstation.com/VR-LA - NoirTwitter: @NoirGalaxiesWant to send us snail mail? Use this Address:Austin Funk1314 5th AvePO Box # 1163Bay Shore NY 11706Campaign Art by @stuckinspaceMusic by: Dominic Ricciardihttps://soundcloud.com/dominicricciardimusic
Although fall is still officially five days away, the first of two podcasts this week officially arrives to your computer, tablet or mobile phone as I delve in on all that happening in sports. On deck: (3:32) NFL Week 2 is just about in the books. My theme early on in this season are the surprising 2-0 teams and 0-2 teams. I'll get into my usual winners (i.e. Falcons, Seahawks, Giants) and losers (i.e. Broncos, Chargers) of the week, go through yesterday's docket as I review all that took place in the league. (27:45) With a lot of bluster, bulletin board material leading up to a game that was "personal" for Coach Prime, Deion Sanders, they had to eke out a hard fought win at home vs. in state rivals Colorado State. They lost a key player (i.e. Travis Hunter) and have two tough conference games upcoming (i.e. Oregon & USC). Alabama out of the top 10? That's correct as they're currently #13 in the nation. Tyler Buchner doesn't seem to be the answer at QB. What does Nick Saban do at this point? (34:10) We're down to the final two weeks of the MLB regular season. There are still division and wild card spots to be secured. The Orioles bounced back in their four game series with the Rays nicely. After losing the first two games, they salvaged the back two and have a couple game lead in the AL East. The AL West is hotly contested between the Astros, Mariners and Rangers, with the latter two in a rock fight for wild card spots against the Blue Jays. Which says a ton about the NL wild card, because the Diamondbacks have catapulted to the second wild card team after a sweep over the Cubs who have fallen from the playoff mix. The Marlins continue to scrap and claw after a sweep over the Braves at home as they currently have the final seed in the NL. Will the Cubs, Reds and even Giants make a last second push? I'll break down all of the schedule for the remaining teams jockeying for position to set themselves up for the Hunt For Red October. I'll also discuss the news of Angels Shohei Ohtani cleaning out his locker as he's shut down for the rest of the year (with two weeks to go????) And the Red Sox fire VP of baseball operations, Chaim Bloom after three plus years in Boston. Was this expected or warranted? (50:31) A strange development took place in Columbus over the past few days. With NHL training camps open, Blue Jackets coach Mike Babcock removed himself as rumors came out about him invading privacy of his players, as it was reported, he grilled them over photos in their cell phones and alleged told them to AirPlay them for all to see on the screen during team meetings. Have you heard of anything as peculiar as this? Please subscribe, leave a rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Audacy, Amazon Music and iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. For daily shorts, weekly vlogs and then some, please subscribe to my YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMucZq-BQrUrpuQzQ-jYF7w If you'd like to contribute to the production of the podcast, please visit my Patreon page at: www.patreon.com/TheJAYREELZPodcast Many thanks for all of your love and support. Intro/outro music by Cyklonus. LINKS TO SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jayreelz-podcast/id1354797894 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/7jtCQwuPOg334jmZ0xiA2D?si=22c9a582ef7a4566 AUDACY: https://www.audacy.com/podcast/the-jayreelz-podcast-d9f50 iHEARTRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-the-jayreelz-podcast-43104270/ AMAZON MUSIC: https://www.amazon.com/The-JAYREELZ-Podcast/dp/B08K58SW24/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+jayreelz+podcast&qid=1606319520&sr=8-1
Do you already have an elegant way of wrapping up with clients? If you work with people one-on-one, it's important to systematize business values that you say are important to you, like surprise and delight, or giving clients a red carpet experience from start to finish. Many of us have thought more about that on the front end than when we're actually closing out with a client—that's why I'm super excited to bring you this listener submission episode from previous guest and BFF, Jacqueline Fisch.
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium Close your eyes, And listen… PAUSE Do you hear them whisper? Can you feel them rumble? PAUSE The pieces of wisdom you've acquired so far, Lay inside of you. Innumerable grains of sand, Rolling rocks, And massive boulders. All contributing to the magical you you are. LONG PAUSE All the experiences swirl around, Painful, Joyful, And everything in between. PAUSE Observations, Relationships, Beautiful insights from Spirit. They all live within you, Here to support your growth, Expand your soul, And guide your evolution. LONG PAUSE So touch them here within you, With the wonder of child playing in the sand, Grateful for every grain, Every formation, Every single one. LONG PAUSE Namaste, Beautiful
The can will follow you home. You have a forged a contract with it. It is beyond your control. It is a shadow, the true self. You desire to devour it. It desires to be devoured by you. Consume your desires. Become one with them. It is time. Persona 6 is wild, y’all. John Hurst… Read more S7:E29 – Chef Boyardee – “Rolling Can” Commercial
In the finale of season 4, the Per Aspera and her crew (and their new Nautiloid, no biggie) parse the notes left behind by the Mindflayers. Intent on discerning the next move of their foes, they plunge the depths of the ship. What sleeps in the heart of the Nautiloid? What mysteries will they solve, and who guards the secrets of the Planescape...Rolling with Difficulty will return Janurary 2024 for the 5th season of the adventures of the Per Aspera! Keep an eye on our socials and upload platforms for one shots, posts, and other additional information during the downtime, and don't forget to roll your hit dice!---Our show contains fantasy violence (and the occasional foul language), treat us like a PG-13 program!---Rolling with Difficulty Patreon:patreon.com/rollingwithdifficultyRolling with Difficulty Discord:https://discord.gg/6uAycwAhy6Merch:Redbubble: https://www.redbubble.com/people/RWDPodcast/shop?asc=uContact the Pod:firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @rollwdifficultyInstagram: @rollwithdifficultyRSS Feed: https://rollingwithdifficultypod.transistor.fm/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RollingwithDifficultyTik Tok: @rollwithdifficultyCast:Dungeon Master - Austin FunkTwitter: @atthefunkThe Set's Journal of Faerun: https://www.dmsguild.com/product/345568/The-Sets-Journal-of-Faerun-Vol-1?term=the+setKyana - OSP RedTwitter: @OSPyoutubeInstagram: @overly.sarcastic.productionsOverly Sarcastic Productions: https://www.youtube.com/c/OverlySarcasticProductionsChannel/Dani - Sophia RicciardiTwitter: @sophie_kay_Instagram: @_sophie_kayMoviestruck: https://moviestruck.transistor.fm/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/moviestruckVhas - WallyInstagram: @stuckinspaceTwitter: @walpoleinspacePortfolio: https://ghost_astronaut.artstation.com/VR-LA - NoirTwitter: @NoirGalaxiesWant to send us snail mail? Use this Address:Austin Funk1314 5th AvePO Box # 1163Bay Shore NY 11706Campaign Art by @stuckinspaceMusic by: Dominic Ricciardihttps://soundcloud.com/dominicricciardimusicFeatured Tracks:Rolling with Difficulty ThemeTea TimePiano DowntimeRolling, Possibly with a Bit of Difficulty
In Episode 52, McCarter chats with Kayne Perry, founder and owner of Red Roots Rolling Company, a premier hash hole cannabis brand supplying the best to connoisseurs in Colorado. Not familiar with a hash hole? It's the latest invention in pre-rolled joints but with a worm of rosin in the middle ~ YUMMY! We talk all about Kayne's time growing up in the South and then making his dream a reality by moving to Colorado to start his cannabis company. Find more information at www.redrootsrolling.com and on Instagram @redrootsrollingco.This episode is sponsored by Ajoya Dispensary, premier medical and recreational cannabis boutique dispensary in Lakewood and Louisville, Colorado. Tell them McCarter sent you!
The SB Nation NFL Show's TGIFootball crew debates whether Jordan Love can built off his strong start against the Falcons. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SB NATION NFL SHOW: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-sb-nation-nfl-show/id1530440308 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0fjjNUO3fdrexUqeV9v1le?si=8dca591bab2d48a3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
durée : 00:18:14 - Aide d'urgence au Maroc et en Libye, mystères sous l'océan et le retour des Rolling Stones - Comment s'organisent les secours après une catastrophe, une étrange boule dorée dans l'océan et une nouvelle chanson des Rolling Stones : c'est à écouter dans le nouvel épisode de "Salut l'info !"
Faced with leaving the city or confronting the force behind it all, our criminal crew must make the inevitable choice. Are they in? Or out? Join Ryan Bravo as Logan Hererro, Jason Peguero as Leland Myers, Pablo Milla as Marty Blanc, Bex Ayala as Kore Vidales, and Kevin Carpenter as the Master of Ceremonies, as they uncover the secrets of the tabletop roleplaying game City of Mist! If you want to support the show and our other projects, donate to our Patreon at patreon.com/awdloot Follow us on our Social Media for updates on what's to come: Facebook: www.facebook.com/awdloot Twitter: twitter.com/awdloot Instagram: www.instagram.com/awdloot/ Want to play City of Mist as the Rolling in the Mist crew? Check out our playbooks at https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/387782/Rolling-in-the-Mist-Season-1-and-2-Playbooks-BUNDLE Credits: City of Mist TTRPG is created by Son of Oak. Please support the official release. Character art by Devin Billy @ devinbilly.com
Hour three on Kap & J. Hood. More finger pointing by the national media on who's to blame for the Bears week 1 loss to the Packers. Who are you angrier with for week one? ESPN Radio Host of the new show "Unsportsmanlike" Evan Cohen joined Kap & J. Hood for some fun and the Kap & J. Hood Cut of The Day.
Rolling In The Netherdeep Ep 51Return of the RivalsNorth and Lapuhs catch up with the Rivals at the Harried Mongoose, while Orgoth confesses everything to Question.Watch us live on Wednesdays 4:30 Eastern/1:30 Pacific on Twitch!Severed Sons proudly supports Tabletop News , your official stop for all things Tabletop! Thanks to Critical Role for helping us build worlds of adventure!Ron Murphy – DM, @ron88keysRBDMWilvan Grandmane – Ross Griffin, @griffRMLaphus Prismawing - Jaiden Ramirez, @foxtrotfalloutOrgoth Skullcrusher - Bill Roper, @billroperNorth Star Maedrick - Jaime R. Bishop, @suburbancrypticFollow us on Twitter at @SeveredSonsDnD!Join our Discord! Join our Patreon!Now, you can support us through the Buzzsprout website too!Give us a review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Spotify, GoodPods or on our Twitter page and we'll read it on the air. Keep on rolling! Support the show
People keep wondering where all the X-Slash-likes have been, and boy do we have news for them.Some great writing about Venba: GameSpot: https://www.gamespot.com/reviews/venba-review-tourist-to-your-own-culture/1900-6418096/AIPT: https://aiptcomics.com/2023/07/31/venba-review-south-indian-culture/Discussed: Sea of Stars, Shining Force II, Venba, Opus: The Day We Found Earth, Blasphemous II, Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon---Find us everywhere: https://intothecast.onlineJoin the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/intothecast---Follow on Threads: https://threads.net/@intothecastFollow on Tumblr: https://intothecast.tumblr.com---Follow Stephen Hilger: https://stephenhilgerart.com/Follow Brendon Bigley: https://threads.net/@brendonbigleyProduced by AJ Fillari: https://bsky.app/profile/ajfillari.bsky.social---Season 6 Cover Art by Scout Wilkinson: https://scoutwilkinson.myportfolio.com/Theme song by Will LaPorte: https://instagram.com/ghostdownphoto---Timecodes: (00:00) - Intro (01:03) - Waluigi Boy Advance launch title // Sea of Stars (20:38) - NO SPOILERS YET HOLD ON // Sea of Stars (22:43) - SPOILERS FOR THE FIRST TWO HOURS: Let's talk about Garl // Sea of Stars (32:47) - Brendon's plan // Sea of Stars (37:04) - #Just90sThingsz // Shining Force 2 (47:25) - Mic check: 1, 2 (47:45) - Rolling a Game check (+0) (48:06) - A 4 on the die! // Blasphemous 2 (53:39) - Rolling a Game check (+0) (53:48) - 3 times 2 is 6! // Armored Cord VI: Fires of Rubicon (01:12:07) - Flip a coin is right there, guys (01:12:16) - O4us???? Idk // Opus: The Day We Found Earth (01:16:22) - V3nba // Venba (01:21:43) - Wrapping up ---Thanks to all of our amazing patrons including our Eternal Gratitude members: | Jim W | Susan H | Olivia K | Dan S | Zach D | Dominick N | Brett S | Evan B | Robert L | min2 | Aaron G | Matthew S | Erik M | Brady H | Joshua J | Tony L | Danny K | Shanna P | Seth MC | Adam B | Andy H | Demo | Maxwell L | Spiritofthunder | Jason W | Jason T | Corey T | Minnow Eats Whale | Caleb W | Jesse W | Mike T | Codes | Wesley | Erik B | Butterfly B | Gabe O | Lasse B | Jeff N | Sergio L | ninjadeathdog | Rory B | A42PoundMoose | Mr Andrew S | Peter | Stellar.Bees | Brendan K | Scott R | wreckx | Noah OR | Michael G | Arcturus | Chris R | hepahe | Chase A | Anna | Nick Q | Chris M | RB | Karen H | Michaela W | Adam F | Scott H | Lauren H | Ben G | Therese K | jgprinters | Matt H | Murray | Trevor B | David P | Jason K | Bede R | Kamrin H | Andrew D | Kyle S | Philip N ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In today's episode Guillermo Garcia, co-founder and CEO of Smarthop joins us to talk about the ways TMS systems and tech platforms can help smaller fleets level the playing field when competing for freight. Follow the Loaded and Rolling Podcast Other FreightWaves Shows Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices