Navigating the Customer Experience
Romaine Piper is the Founder and CEO of Call Center Escape - an “Upwork” built for BPO companies. Known for his cross-dimensional approach to company growth, he has helped some of the fastest growing start-ups across Silicon Valley, the U.K, and Europe to identify and hone their top growth levers - adding millions to their bottom line. No one would've guessed his 6-year remote work journey in customer success, sales and growth hacking started in the Jamaican BPO industry as a customer support agent for Microsoft - which is why he's back to his roots to make BPO companies that are scaling remotely 1.5 to two times more profitable with an industry-first solution. Questions • So, we always like to ask our guests in their own words, if you could share a little bit about your journey, how it is that you ended up on this path? • So, the BPO industry, it's a very evolving industry, an industry with a high level of attrition. What has been your experience as an owner in this industry for attracting the right talent, and actually keeping the right talent? • Could you share with our listeners, seeing that you're helping the BPO to strategically position themselves as a value center versus a call center, what are two or three things that you do to help them get to that point? • What are your views on Artificial Intelligence (AI) replacing human capital? • Could you share with us what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely can't live without in your business? • Could you also share with our listeners maybe one or two books that you've read that have had a great impact on you, it could be a book that you read a very long time ago, or even one that you've read recently, that has definitely left a strong mark on you. • Could you share with our audience what's the one thing that's going on in your life right now that you're really excited about? Either something you're working on to develop yourself or your people. • Can you tell our listeners where they can find you online? • Now, before we wrap our episodes up, we always like to ask our guests do you have a quote or a saying that during times of adversity or challenge, you'll tend to revert to this quote, it kind of helps to get you back on track if for any reason you got derailed. Highlights Romaine's Journey Romaine stated that as Yanique mentioned a lot about his background, and the whole tech industry and everything. But here's the plot twist, he actually started off pursuing his career in medicine. And he had really high grades, he got a scholarship from St. John's University in New York. But the thing is, even though they're willing to pay half tuition, he still couldn't afford the other half, so anybody out there that's listening, it's not easy to give it up a scholarship that you've worked really hard for, it's very emotional, he experienced like weeks of crying. And so, the BPO industry was to him a quote, unquote, fall back period, if that makes sense, where, he just wanted to like dust himself off, put some experience on his resume, and just try to figure out, “Okay, what's next?” Then he realize this is actually a blessing in disguise, because he worked for Sutherland Global Services, and they placed him on a Microsoft account. Being on the Microsoft account, like fresh out of high school, it's a whole tonne of learning for him. And just to give you like the idea of what it's like, at the time, across all of their customer support teams, they had over 500,000 articles, which is the most he's ever seen in a knowledge base, ever. And so, this was what pushed him from liking the tech industry to literally loving the tech industry to craving, to for having that passion, and also into what allowed him to work with start-ups around the world. Within those four years, customer success, sales, growth, hacking, etc, and to be advising start-ups. He remembered to that his mom, he thinks around 3 or 4 years ago say, “Hey, now that you can actually afford to pay the tuition for medicine, like do you ever consider going back?” And he said, “Hey, I'm pretty good at what I already do. I love it.” And like that ship was long sale. So, anybody else out there with the BPO industry being your fall back period, literally, you just take it serious, do really well, and you'll figure it out. In the BPO Industry – Attracting and Keeping the Right Talent Me: The BPO industry, it's a very evolving industry, an industry with a high level of attrition. What has been your experience as an owner in this industry for attracting the right talent, and actually keeping the right talent? Romaine shared that Call Center Escape is radically different because they are a call center, they aren't a BPO. What they instead do is they help contact centers to evolve. In other words, to increase their profit per hour per employee, by 150% to 200% by focusing or helping them to strategically focus on two core things, which is their payback period for every new hire. In other words, how quickly can they break even in all the things that they used to invest in that new hire, as well as the employee lifetime value. In other words, how much is their ROI for each employee over the duration of their tenure at the company. And so, this is what allows them to help to take contact centers to break away from this traditional cost center model, it just no longer works in this post COVID and post ChatGPT environment anymore, this is a new era. So, they help them to shift away from that, and to shift into the new era of what he calls earning more with less. So, that's also why they call themselves quote, unquote, Upwork for BPOs in terms of like to describe what they do, because everybody's familiar with Upwork, even if they're not, they're familiar with their virtual assistants. So, they certainly know the autonomy, they know the approach that they will take now to having a person on their staff, etc, it's the same exact process when a contact center partners with them is just that the reason why they added built for BPO part to it, it's because they optimized for those two core things that makes them more profitable. Helping BPOs Strategically Position Themselves as a Value Center versus a Call Center Me: Could you share with our listeners, seeing that you're helping the BPO to strategically position themselves as a value center versus a call center, what are two or three things that you do to help them get to that point? Romaine stated that to understand that, they first have to mention, what are the core money sucking areas that contact centers usually have to struggle with. So, it's usually three areas, its operations, or what he calls like focusing on pleasing the client, whether it's customer experience, solutions, or investing more in coaching, etc. And then you have retention is the second one, which is the largest one. In other words, employee replacement costs. And then also hiring, and training, which is also a huge part of the pie. The thing is, the contact center industry hasn't really been innovative at all since the foundation in most of the areas, it's only been innovative in one area, which is operations. Polishing how they deliver that CX experience, but not really focusing on hiring and training, not really focusing much on retention. In other words, if every single Contact Center Executive wants to wake up tomorrow, and see a 10% yearly annual attrition rate, or $100 new employee costs, the industry wouldn't be in the mess that it's in today. So, those are the things that they focus on, the two core things that especially when you're scaling remotely, it's just harder to solve. So, he'll give you an example of how they do it more strategically. So, let's take hiring. When you add up internal recruiting costs, external recruiting cost, the fact that around 30% of new hires don't make it to production, he even remembers seeing some numbers of around 50% of new hires leaving within 30 days. He thinks it's best or in other words, he and his team have decided that the best way to really approach hiring would be from like, how you would see like a grocery shop grow. A grocery shop, for example, which is a really good analogy they tend to use would have a variety of different customer segments, whether it's from like low value to high value customers. So, some customers would spend $100 for the month, some would spend $600 for the month etc. What if you market to only one spending $600 per month. In other words, the high value wants. That same principle can be applied to HR, that same principle can be applied to talent acquisition, where the high valued ones, at least based on their guidelines are the ones over three years of experience and have already been working with like previous Fortune 500 clients. So, when you market to them, it requires you understanding their motivations and not trying to go after the motivations of everybody across the board. You cannot fight Goliath using the resources that you don't have, in other words, the ones that are at the top, they have all the resources that they need to build these gyms or health centers or anything that you normally see, like the huge corporate BPOs using to attract a lot of people. But if you do the same thing, you're going to crash and burn as a smaller company. And so, what they're saying is don't try to mimic them, try to out compete them, by competing differently instead of similarly. So, that's one of the ways. Artificial Intelligence (AI) Replacing Human Capital Me: So, you mentioned at the beginning of our conversation about artificial intelligence and ChatGPT, that's a big thing now since November of last year, what are your views on AI replacing human capital? I do recall us having a previous email conversation where you mentioned that they're building computers with human brain cells. Romaine stated that he doesn't know why he always love talking about this topic. But growth hackers, we tend to see these things like very regularly, whether it's Google Glasses, or even with Crypto, we tend to see these new things and the hype built around them, he thinks ChatGPT is the same thing. It's a good product, but they have even better marketing. Because they use the fear of people possibly losing their jobs, to drive the exposure to your product. But growth hackers they always try to realign back to reality. In other words, they ask themselves two things, does it move the needle for our business? And another thing that they ask is this something that can be easily adopted amongst the masses? They knew that cryptocurrency wouldn't grow radically as other people would put it, because it has a lot of friction just to be a part of it, it's the same thing with ChatGPT, it doesn't really move the needle when it comes to customer service, because customer service, more has to deal with customer relationships. These are things that businesses rely on to get more revenue, to get higher customer loyalty, and all of these other things. When you put something that is at the ceiling or near to the ceiling of what it can do in terms of mimicking humans, in control of your customer relationships, it's not going to end well. And a team of researchers from Johns Hopkins University mentioned this, they didn't call ChatGPT, but they said AI is nearing its ceiling. And it takes he believes the research said like over a million times more energy just for it to perform exactly like the human brain for 40 minutes, which isn't sustainable at all. So, the only way that they can really get to that next level of AI is to merge human brain cells with artificial intelligence, in other words, they call it organoid intelligence, where they use themselves to mimic brain cells or tissue that can operate like the human brain cells, and then to try to configure that or merge that with AI to enhance automation abilities. So, unless that is done, which is around decades from now, or if not a few years, ChatGPT and any other AI tool that's going to be created will just be good at automating processes, and not so good at automating relationships or being creative as human beings because it just doesn't have that ability, it's more of a process based thing and less of a, “Hey, I know exactly what I'm doing” type of thing, because it's only mimicking, that's all it's doing. App, Website or Tool that Romaine Absolutely Can't Live Without in His Business When asked about an online resource that he cannot live without in his business, Romaine stated that definitely Webflow for sure, it's better than WordPress, in his opinion. WordPress has a few kinks when it comes to like plugins and SEO, especially with technical SEO, etc. but Webflow is more, you're like, hey, just handle design and we take care of all of that, all of that backend stuff. So, definitely the Webflow. Books that Have Had the Biggest Impact on Romaine When asked about books that have had a great impact, Romaine shared that the one that he always resorts to is Hacking Growth: How Today's Fastest-Growing Companies Drive Breakout Success by Sean Ellis. So, Sean Ellis is literally the person from Silicon Valley that coined the term growth hacking. This book will allow people just to understand the realities of growth hackers, and why is it that we tend to always aim to look beyond the surface of things. Why is it that we tend to always focus back on the question, does it drive the needle? And also, why is it that allows us to be change agents within organizations like with Volkswagen hiring growth hackers to lead their innovation team so that they can take on either Musk and Tesla. So, this book can literally help you to just have a greater appreciation for the work of growth hackers across the world. What Romaine is Really Excited About Now! When asked about something that he's really excited about, Romaine shared that he knows this is going to sound a bit cliche, but definitely Call Center Escape and it's a good reason why, not just because they're helping contact centers to do what was once impossible such as influencing external retention factors or just finding more innovative ways to increase profitability. But also, because one of the solutions, or upcoming things on their immediate roadmap, at least within this year, is it solves a problem that contact centers usually face that would allow or would push clients to cancelling their contracts. What they're doing is they're turning this thing, because he can't really reveal too much right now. This solution they're pushing, they're enabling for this problem that's been there for decades to no longer have an impact on any contact center that partners with them to scale remotely, which is a huge deal, because that means that they can go into their sales meetings and say, “Hey, we've partnered with Call Center Escape, we have this guarantee. And just like our other clients that are benefiting from it, you're going to benefit from it as well.” That's going to lead to them literally closing more deals, and even capturing some of the clients that's been just shopping around for just more providers, so better providers, which has been a lot according to Everest Group's Research. And then the last one is, he would say, one of their big hairy, audacious goal. And that is to follow up on research that was released recently, which stated that when you increase employee engagement significantly, you can boost revenue by 50%, and profit by 45%. This is a very notable piece of research, because the Head of Global Growth for Salesforce was one of the persons on a team of researchers, which is a huge deal. And so, what they want to do is to partner with researchers of their own to do a follow up on that report with the help of the contact centers that they've partnered with to scale and to present this research to her, as well as to Salesforce, so they can get their endorsement to get Salesforce endorsement. In other words, to get the leader of the customer experience space endorsement, this would mean that they're no longer just putting contact centers at the front runner of the contact center of evolution, but it would also mean that they're changing the way in which they assume instinctively work, which is a pretty big deal. And he thinks with a prestigious universities such as the University of the West Indies that's in the top 1.5% globally, by their side to help with that research, he thinks this quote, unquote, dream will be much easier to achieve. So, to answer the question, he's very much excited about it. Where Can We Find Romaine Online Website – www.callcenterescape.com LinkedIn – Romaine Piper Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Romaine Uses When asked about a quote or saying that he tends to revert to, Romaine stated that definitely. He's not sure how many of the listeners know Charlie Munger, he is Warren Buffett's best friend, they're both billionaires. He has a quote that goes, “Spend each day becoming wiser than you were when you just woke up.” This is powerful. And Romaine tends to literally live by this quote. It's also why he was able to break into the growth hacking industry. It's an industry where there are lots of people in their 40s and 30s, he hasn't yet hit his 30s and yet still have gotten in only because he spends each day just becoming wiser and wiser at what he does. So, it works. Please connect with us on Twitter @navigatingcx and also join our Private Facebook Community – Navigating the Customer Experience and listen to our FB Lives weekly with a new guest Links Hacking Growth: How Today's Fastest-Growing Companies Drive Breakout Success by Sean Ellis The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience Grab the Freebie on Our Website – TOP 10 Online Business Resources for Small Business Owners Do you want to pivot your online customer experience and build loyalty - get a copy of “The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience.” The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience provides 26 easy to follow steps and techniques that helps your business to achieve success and build brand loyalty. This Guide to Limitless, Happy and Loyal Customers will help you to strengthen your service delivery, enhance your knowledge and appreciation of the customer experience and provide tips and practical strategies that you can start implementing immediately! 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From Politico: There have been 27 different bills proposed across 16 states pushing for kids' privacy and safety regulations by February of this year, according to analysis from the Future of Privacy Forum. Many of these bills share similarities, like banning targeted advertising to children, or banning addictive designs from social networks. Numerous states are taking up kids' online safety bills this year, a handful are including parental oversight requirements as part of their strategy. Lawmakers in Maryland and California have proposed such regulation. Utah last month wrote it into law.But, in trying to protect children by requiring that their parents oversee their social media use...and requiring that socials ASK children to prove they are children...thereby divulging private information...are the laws designed to protect minors actually going to infringe on the privacy of those minors?Bob wanted to know! He invited Romaine Marshall, one of the country's top cybersecurity and privacy lawyers to join the show...Romaine happens to be HQ'd in Utah...and has been a dad to a teenager...who best to ask about these types of laws...and what they mean for privacy going forward.BUT WE COULDN'T STOP THERE...Because computers control everything in our society...from power grids to watersheds to traffic systems...cybersecurity is critical to our country's safety...and Romaine has been busy protecting the world from bad hackters...listen in.
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Derek and Romaine travel back to 2022 for more of their favorite missed stories from the past year. Then, they hit the road with travel podcaster Ivy Le (with one E). Ivy is not outdoorsy and that's what makes her the perfect person to head into the wilderness. She and Romaine bond over hunting shacks and the great outdoors and you'll love this fun episode of the show! For more great content, subscribe to our live daily show at DNRStudios.com
Même si nous possédons peu de sources sur la mort antique en dehors de celle des élites, l'historien peut retracer l'organisation des funérailles des Romains. Comment les Romains voyaient-ils la mort ? Croyaient-ils en l'au-delà ou en l'immortalité de l'âme ? Quel était le rituel des funérailles et comment la famille célébrait-elle le défunt ? Entre inhumation et incinération, existait-il des modes funéraires? Dans ce troisième volet, John Scheid cloture la série consacrée à la piété quotidienne des Romains. L'invité : Ancien directeur d'études à l'École pratique des hautes études et professeur émérite au Collège de France, John Scheid est l'auteur d'un grand nombre d'ouvrages de référence dont La religion des Romains ou encore Les dieux, l'État et l'individu et La tortue et la lyre. Il vient de publier aux éditions du Cerf Les Romains et leurs religions : la piété au quotidien (329 pages, 24 €). À lire aussi : "Dionysos, le dieu sauvage de la Grèce antique" : bit.ly/40GuZEp "Caligula, l'empereur qui voulait être un dieu" : bit.ly/3GdmYOY
Derek and Romaine start to countdown to their unbelievable 20th anniversary and chat with singer David Hernandez about joining Naked Boys Singing, his upcoming show at the Laurie Beachman Theater and what makes him feel more vulnerable and exposed than being nude on stage. Plus hear about his latest EP "Don't @ Me" which is available now. For more great content subscribe to our live daily show at DNRStudios.com
De la naissance à la mort, les Romains pratiquaient de multiples rites qui jalonnaient leur existence. Ils nous disent la nature du culte domestique et privé dans la vie quotidienne de l'Urbs. L'entrée dans la famille du nouveau-né donnait-elle lieu à des rites ? La majorité constituait-t-elle un moment aussi religieux ? Acte public, le mariage avait-il une portée aussi religieuse ou spirituelle ? Quels étaient les moments de la journée pendant lesquels les Romains priaient ? Existait-il des sacrifices privés ? Dans ce deuxième volet de nos Cours d'Histoire, le grand historien John Scheid évoque la relation au divin des Romains et leur piété. L'invité : Ancien directeur d'études à l'École pratique des hautes études et professeur émérite au Collège de France, John Scheid est l'auteur d'un grand nombre d'ouvrages de référence dont La religion des Romains ou encore Les dieux, l'État et l'individu et La tortue et la lyre. Il vient de publier aux Editions du Cerf Les Romains et leurs religions : la piété au quotidien (329 pages, 24 €). À lire aussi : "Caligula, l'empereur qui voulait être un dieu" : http://bit.ly/3zVlB3T "Dionysos, le dieu sauvage de la Grèce antique" : http://bit.ly/3o1Z4Qn
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Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Alan Minskoff talk about a fun history of food lore and language from Judith Tschann, and Alejandra Reynoso's gifted narration. This witty treasury of food lore will enlighten listeners curious about the origin of the fine French wine Chateau Neuf de Pape or how the orange, the fruit, gave its name to the color. Reynoso establishes just the right tone and cadence for a global journey centered on foodways. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Hachette Audio. Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.com Support for our podcast comes from Brilliance Audio's I Will Find You. Five years ago, David went to prison for murdering his son. But when a mysterious photo reveals that the boy might still be alive, he plans a harrowing escape to achieve the impossible. Can David save his son, prove his innocence, and finally uncover the dark truth about that devastating night? Listen to the new audiobook thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben and read by Steven Weber. Learn more at Audible.com/IWillFindYou Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Nous faisons de la religion romaine une religion d'État, en oubliant presque qu'il existait aussi un culte domestique et privé dans la vie quotidienne de l'Urbs (« ville » dans la Rome antique). Dans le film Gladiator, le héros Maximus rend grâce aux dieux après sa victoire sur les barbares et il leur demande de protéger sa femme et son fils. Scène totalement inédite dans l'histoire du cinéma, elle est visiblement proche de la réalité décrite par l'historien John Scheid dans son dernier ouvrage. Faut-il distinguer sphère et cultes publics et sphère et cultes privés ? L'individu, détaché du groupe, rend-il un culte individuel ? Peut-on avoir une prédilection sentimentale et personnelle pour une divinité ? Les Romains croyaient-ils au salut éternel ? L'invité : Ancien directeur d'études à l'École pratique des hautes études et professeur émérite au Collège de France, John Scheid est l'auteur d'un grand nombre d'ouvrages de référence dont La religion des Romains ou encore Les dieux, l'État et l'individu et La tortue et la lyre. Il vient de publier aux éditions du Cerf Les Romains et leurs religions : la piété au quotidien (329 pages, 24 €). À lire aussi : "Dionysos, le dieu sauvage de la Grèce antique" : http://bit.ly/40GuZEp "Caligula, l'empereur qui voulait être un dieu" : http://bit.ly/3GdmYOY
Le vin est ce qu'il y a de plus civilisé au monde. Ernest Hemingway Quand on évoque le vin, le pays auquel on pense en premier est généralement la France. Mais le vin n'est pas, loin s'en faut, d'origine française … Très récemment, au début de l'année 2023, des scientifiques ont déchiffré le génome de 1600 variétés de cépages et de vignes sauvages. L'étude a montré que la domestication de la vigne remonte à plus de 11.000 ans. Nous allons donc remonter très loin dans ce premier épisode, jusqu'au Néolithique … Le co-auteur de l'étude, parue dans Science, a déclaré que c'était l'un des premiers biens échangés au niveau mondial ! Et l'un des moteurs de la civilisation… Et, le saviez-vous, dans l'Ancien Testament, le mot vin apparaît 173 fois, et la vigne 114. Le vin y apparaît sous différentes formes et il fait des ravages. Il s'empare des personnages, les précipite sur des obstacles et les fait trébucher. Il est le complice de la débauche, du meurtre, de la duperie : Noé enivré montre sa nudité ; Absalon saoule Ammon pour le tuer ensuite ; les filles de Loth font boire leur père pour l'obliger à l'inceste, tandis que Balthasar sert du vin à ses invités dans des vases sacrés volés dans le temple de Jérusalem par son père Nabuchodonosor II. Seuls La grappe de Canaan et Le Cantique des cantiques échappent à toutes ces turpitudes : la Grappe de Canaan assure le fertilité de la Terre Promise par Dieu aux Hébreux, et le Cantique des cantiques célèbre la jouissance de l'amour, qui dépasse la réjouissance produite par le vin, et le plaisir sexuel qui est plus exaltant que l'effet enivrant du vin. En compagnie de David Cobbold et Sébastien Durand-Viel (historien de formation), co-fondateurs de l'Académie de vin et spiritueux et de la dégustation, co-auteurs d'une trentaine de livres sur le vin, dont l'Atlas des vins de France 2021, nous allons donc voyager, dans ce premier épisode de la Préhistoire à l'époque romaine. L'imaginaire vinicole offre une multitude d'images autour de la vigne et du vin, et nous allons toutes les passer en revue sur 4 émissions … Académie du Vin : https://www.academievin.fr
In this episode of BackTable ENT, Dr. Gopi Shah, Dr. Romaine Johnson (UT Southwestern), and Dr. Alex Chiu (University of Kansas) discuss health disparities research and the Health Equity Collaborative. --- EARN CME Reflect on how this Podcast applies to your day-to-day and earn free AMA PRA Category 1 CMEs: https://earnc.me/ZkIxQ0 --- SHOW NOTES First, Dr. Chiu explains the difference between equality and equity. Equality is giving everyone the same resources to reach a goal, while equity is giving people different resources based on their different background and obstacles to reach a goal. Health equity emphasizes the importance of the provider focusing on interpersonal relationships and caregivers of patients, not just on their patients as individuals. Dr. Johnson explains that although there are many research studies that prove the existence of inequalities, there are not enough research studies centered on how specific interventions can reduce disparities. Then, Dr. Chiu explains the Health Equity Collaborative, an initiative to drive more health equity research in the field of ENT across different institutions. The collaborative was started in February 2022 in Kansas City. Dr. Chiu and his team quickly realized that they did not have the adequate volume of patients needed to achieve a sizable impact, so they reached out to more ENT researchers in different cities. The collaborative uses qualitative research methods, such as the qualitative structured interview, and then formulates objective metrics to analyze the results. Future goals of the collaborative include gaining the support of societies and using their evidence to change policies and advocate for minority patients. Dr. Chiu also explains obstacles he had to overcome when forming the collaborative and the benefit of working with a diverse team. Finally, Dr. Chiu shares how his disparity research has affected his medical practice by making him a more patient physician. He listens closer to his patients to try and understand his patients' decisions and non-compliance before judging them. He is also inspired by research initiatives from other medical specialties.
This week Brad's getting into wrestling history just in time for Alex to talk about this year's interactive WWE product, we did some VR shooting in The Dark Pictures: Switchback, took Spin Rhythm XD for a... spin, Xbox games might stream on Switch someday, driverless cars are running amok, and more. Advertise on The Nextlander Podcast at Gumball.fm, or support us on Patreon! CHAPTERS (00:00:00) NOTE: Some timecodes may be inaccurate for versions other than the ad-free Patreon version due to dynamic ad insertions. Please use caution if skipping around to avoid spoilers. Thanks for listening.(00:00:09) Intro(00:01:34) Now that you've listened, would you like to take a quick survey?(00:04:26) Where are Alex's meds?(00:06:25) No tips, no politics, and no fluoride(00:09:54) Holmes is where the heart is(00:12:16) Show rundown(00:12:41) WWE 2K23 [PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S] on Mar 17, 2023(00:36:49) First Break(00:37:24) The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR [PlayStation VR2] on Mar 16, 2023(00:49:15) Life of Delta [Nintendo Switch, Linux, Mac, PC (Microsoft Windows)] on Mar 13, 2023(00:53:37) Spin Rhythm XD [PC (Microsoft Windows)] on Mar 14, 2023(01:02:28) Marauders Early Access [PC (Microsoft Windows)] on Oct 03, 2022(01:09:10) Barotrauma [PC (Microsoft Windows), Linux, Mac] on Mar 13, 2023(01:10:13) The Last Starship Early Access [Mac, PC (Microsoft Windows)] on Feb 15, 2023(01:11:26) Resident Evil 4 [PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4] on Mar 24, 2023(01:18:05) Second Break(01:18:23) Game Delays(01:20:55) Microsoft making more deals for content distribution(01:31:35) What's going on with IO Interactive?(01:42:06) Email(s)(01:43:33) Coming up on the Watchcast(01:44:54) Nextlander content updates(01:45:58) Mysterious Benefactor Shoutouts(01:48:42) Wrapping up and thanks(01:50:06) See ya!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Saints du jour 2023-03-09 Sainte Françoise Romaine et Saint Dominique Savio by Radio Maria France
durée : 00:30:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Les grandes conférences - Les vieilles pierres du Quartier Latin : Epoque romaine, 3 (1ère diffusion : 22/02/1954)
The second-year Bull describes how stronger competition, and some "hype men" teammates, helped him set the school record at a big-time event in Chicago.
On the fateful voyage of the Titanic, we get re-told an intimate story of love and companionship. A memory lost at sea just like so many that tragic night This week we are celebrating a 25th anniversary with Jack and Rose, in a story as epic in love, as it is in visual mastery. The sort of heartbreaking yet hopeful lovestory that could only take place on the finest ship ever made. Join us for champagne, 3rd class parties, giant diamonds, sacrificing for love, and a chat about Titanic. https://www.patreon.com/drinkthemovies https://www.instagram.com/drinkthemovies/ https://twitter.com/drinkthemovies https://www.facebook.com/drinkthemovies https://www.drinkthemovies.com https://discord.gg/fsdW2QqqpS *Please Drink Responsibly*
It's that time of year again. Cyd Zeigler from OutSports.com is back for our annual Super Bowl game. Derek and Romaine look at pictures of players and vote for the hotties. Who will be right? Will they agree? Plus Cyd weighs in on Jeffree Star's mystery man.
Timeline (5.000 ans d'Histoire)
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Disney has announced a new free entertainment option outside the parks at Walt Disney World. This story, plus what you need to know before riding Tron and a sneak peek at the Roundup Rodeo BBQ coming to Hollywood Studios.Disney has Announced a New Free Family Entertainment Option at Walt Disney WorldThere's a new free entertainment option at Walt Disney World taking place Saturday mornings at Disney Springs. The Disney Springs Kids Club is a brand-new entertainment offering designed for the whole family to enjoy together. It takes place at Waterview Park at 10:30 a.m. every Saturday morning.Unique, family-friendly acts and entertainment will be on-hand to entertain. Wassalou, the Afropop band from Disney's Animal Kingdom Park, kicked things off at Disney Springs Kids Club. You can play bongos and maracas or just dance along in the drum circle. Not your style? How about Flight Crew Jump Rope a high-energy dance party featuring fast-paced jump-rope routines acrobatics. And yes, you can join in the fun with this one as well. Finally, DJ KD Queen will take to the stage, hosting games, singalongs and more.--Disney Builds Anticipation with Four Key Things to Know in Advance of Tron Lightcycle Run Opening DayRiding Tron Lightcycle Run isn't going to be just a matter of lining up and getting on the ride. Before you board when the ride opens on April 4 there are four things you need to know:1. A Virtual Queue for Team Blue at TronTRON will use a virtual queue when it opens and a standby queue will not be available.2. Riding Tron through Individual Lightning LaneLooking for an option to pay to play? Tron will offer a paid ILL option, so get ready to reserve your time first thing in the morning.3. New Locker SystemTron will offer digitized lockers to store bags and loose items while you ride. The lockers are free and located within the line. Your locker will pair directly with your MagicBand, MagicBand+ or park ticket so you can easily lock and reopen your locker with a tap. If you don't have any of those, Cast Members will give you a card for your locker. There will also be small pouches in the ride cars, but it sounds like Disney isn't messing around with guests who have extra baggage.4. Disney PhotoPass Tron Ride Photo and Video Not surprisingly there will be an onboard photo and video automatically linked to your My Disney Experience account. It's important to note the following if you want your photo and video: Enable Bluetooth for the My Disney Experience app on your mobile device before riding. Make sure you're logged into the My Disney Experience app and keep the device out of low power mode. Your device will need to ride with you, so keep it secure. The easier option is to wear a MagicBand or MagicBand+ that's linked to a My Disney Experience account. --Roundup Rodeo BBQ at Disney's Hollywood Studios opens March 23, 2023We heard about Roundup Rodeo ages ago and now the time for BBQ is almost here. Here's a quick look at the BBQ menu coming your way.You'll start with the Prospector's Homemade Cheddar Biscuits served with sweet pepper jelly. Salads: Tomato Salad: Tomatoes, cucumbers, and pickled red onions tossed in a white balsamic vinaigrette and garnished with fresh dill (plant-based) Rex's Romaine and Kale Salad: Romaine and kale mixed with green apples, pumpkin seeds, and dried cranberries tossed with green goddess dressing Watermelon Salad: Cubed watermelon garnished with freshly torn mint leaves (plant-based) House-smoked meats: Evil Dr. Smoked Ribs: Fall-off-the-bone pork ribs, slow-cooked for hours in our onsite smokehouse Buttercup's Beef Brisket: Hand-sliced beef brisket, smoked then slow-cooked to juicy perfection There's a Sausage in My Boot: Spiced pork sausage fire-grilled over live oak BBQ Chicken – with Style! Chicken brined for 48 hours, rubbed with our secret backyard BBQ spice and smoked to tender juiciness Plant-based offerings are available upon request: Slow-smoked Cauliflower topped with sweet harissa drizzle and crunchy walnut gremolata Oven-roasted “Bratwurst” that is tender and juicy, sliced to perfection Impossible “Rib Chop” seasoned with spices, then roasted and glazed with sweet BBQ sauce and skewered on a sugar cane “bone” You can choose four of the following side dishes for your table: The Married Spuds: Loaded potato barrels drizzled with green goddess dressing, cheese sauce, and seasoned BBQ spices Force Field Fried Pickles: Jumbo fried pickle spears coated with a dill-flavored breading Slinky Doooooooooog Mac & Cheese: Spiral pasta in a creamy house-made cheese sauce topped with crumbled cheddar crackers Buckin' Baked Beans: A traditional BBQ picnic favorite (plant-based) Cowpoke Corn on the Cob: Grilled and seasoned with a chili-lime spice blend, cilantro, cotija cheese, and lime juice Mean Old Potato Salad: Homestyle with red-skinned potatoes Veggie Slaw: Crunchy shredded veggie slaw that is a summertime favorite! (plant-based) Campfire-roasted Vegetables: A variety of roasted seasonal vegetables (plant-based) For dessert, choose "perfectly portioned" chuckwagon desserts: Cupcake à la Forky: A classic chocolate cake with a gooey chocolate ganache center topped with velvety graham cracker buttercream and a sugar cookie Lemon and Blueberry Cheesecake: An iconic creamy dessert that balances the tanginess of the cheesecake with the natural sweetness of blueberries and lemon Billy's Chocolate Silk Pie: Graham cracker crust and chocolate mousse with chantilly cream Goat's Apple Pie: Tart apples and warm pie spices balance perfectly with the creamy sweet filling under a crumble crust Gruff's Peach-Strawberry Pie: Silky sweet peaches and tart strawberries together (plant-based) An assortment of craft cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages.Adult Craft Cocktails: Snake Eye Margarita: A summertime BBQ classic with watermelon, smoke, and a bit of spice! Rum Punch: Rum punch with passion fruit and pineapple finished with a smoky spiced garnish Chocolate with a Grown-up Twist: A blend of chocolate rum, horchata liqueur, cocoa, and flavors of toasted marshmallow Frozen Peanut Butter & Jelly: A fun frozen twist on the classic peanut butter & jelly featuring peanut butter whiskey Whiskey Lemonade: Strawberry lemonade with Tennessee whiskey and Italian bitter aperitif The Rodeo Mule: A classic “patio sipper,” this mule mixes vodka with fresh juices and ginger beer A selection of beer, hard cider, and wines by the glass are available.Nonalcoholic offerings: Molly's Frozen Iced Tea: A frosty concoction with iced tea and citrus flavors Frozen Cocoa: A frozen blend of cocoa and vanilla topped with miniature marshmallows Partysaurus Tex: Strawberry lemonade is even more fun when you garnish it with gummy worms ---Thank You for Listening to the Disney Travel PodcastThank you very much for listening to this episode, Amelia and I hope that you enjoyed it. If you did, we would be very grateful if you could rate, review and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (or on whichever app you choose to listen). A brief review about what you liked most about an episode truly helps to keep the show going by exposing it to new listeners. We look forward to continue producing new episodes each week.Sharing the podcast with your friends and on social media is also extremely helpful and very much appreciated.Shop 1923 Main StreetFeel free to visit our 1923 Main Street® Disney merchandise shop where we have hundreds of unique and original Disney-inspired t-shirts, leggings, clothing, mugs, phone cases and much more. You'll find everything from 1923 Main Street logo merchandise to custom created authentic Disney-inspired originals, including lots of great patterns for leggings and other items.Contact 1923 Main StreetThank you for listening to the Disney Travel News Podcast at 1923MainStreet.com. As always, we love to get feedback and questions from our listeners and to hear your suggestions and ideas for future episodes.Please be sure to follow along on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.Thank you for listening and have a magical day!Mike Belobradic and Amelia Belobradic--Media provided by Jamendo
The Queer Family Podcast | BONUS | As we gear up for our Season 11 launch on 2/6, we will be releasing daily bonus eps to showcase the contributors who will be helping with the rebranded show! Take some time to re-acclimate yourselves with Romaine from S63, E3. Romaine, of DNR Show fame, joins to talk about her daughter who came out as bi at 11, choosing an anonymous donor and beating the pants off ITOCT for the People's Choice Podcast Awards. If you like the episode, make sure to leave us a review and support The Queer Family Podcast on Patreon for as low as $2/month! ovariestalk.com / email@example.com IG/Twitter/FB/TikTok/YouTube: @thequeerfamilypodcast Order the #ITOCT book Amazon, IndieBound, Audible. Edited by EditAudio Theme song: Tiffany Topol Logo art: Daneen Stevenato. Thanks to our Patreon supporters!
It's the start of a new year and a new beginning of the Truthcast.Heroic truth seekers Thomas Luge, Dickie Rickets and Harry Hamilton Hamilton invite wrestling expert and Truthcast superfan Jeremy onto the show to discuss the dark secrets of the world of professional wrestling.Jeremy was played by improvisor Logan Monson, who is a cast member of the weekly hybrid sketch/improv show Ants in the Hall at the Planet Ant Theater.www.planetant.comThomas Luge was played by Alex Bozinovic. Check out Alex's other podcasts The Burt Selleck Podcast and Lunchpilled Podcast.Harry Hamilton Hamilton was played by Tim Den Otter.Lil Dickie was played by Mike Bobbitt. You can listen to his other podcast You Made Me Watch .Check out TRUTHCAST Youtube site for great Truthcast Bunkercast videos produced by Tim Den Otter, as well as animated shorts from the podcast produced by Mike Bobbitt. www.youtube.com/thetruthcastHere's the central hub for all your TRUTH needs: http://truheroism.com/Art by Mark Rudolph: http://markrudolph.com/This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacyPodcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Runner. Soccer Ball. Basketball. Basketball player. Hockey stick. English flag. American flag. These are the 7 emojis that Ed Romaine has carefully curated to present himself to the world in his Instagram bio. Ed is the Head of Marketing and Brand Development, Sports at Warner Bros Discovery, where he oversees a myriad of sports related properties including House of Highlights and Bleacher Report. In their conversation, Ryan and Ed bond over their love for sports while discussing highlight culture and strategies for connecting with the modern fan. Ed also gives a behind the curtain look into his unique role that spans far beyond the world of sports, and touches on his approach to managing a massive team with an emphasis on candor.
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Radiovagabond med Palle Bo fra rejse hele verden rundt
Velkommen til endnu en episode optaget ved The Extraordinary Travel Festival i Jerevan, Armenien for to måneder siden. Og i denne kan du møde Romaine fra Jamaica, David fra Taiwan og Odette fra Filippinerne. De har alle netop fuldført deres mål om at besøge alle 193 FN-nationer i verden, og de var alle de første i deres respektive hjemlande til at gøre det. Romaine Welds Romaine Welds er født og opvokset på Jamaica. Han immigrerede til USA i 2007, hvilket rent faktisk var den første gang han var i et fly og rejste til et fremmed land. Lige nu bor han i San Francisco, hvor han arbejder for et amerikansk flyselskab, som har givet ham mulighed for at rejse rundt i verden. Som barn elskede Romaine at se shows på National Geographic, hvor han kunne rejse verden rundt i fantasien. Og dengang kunne han på ingen måde forestille sig, at han en dag skulle gøre det i virkeligheden, og da slet ikke til alle lande. Han ville heller aldrig have troet på, at han skulle være den første fra Caribien, der ville opnå dette. Hans sidste land var Antigua & Barbuda. Det blev forsinket på grund af orkanen Fiona, som lavede massive ødelæggelser rundt omkring i Caribien i september 2022. Hun var skyld i oversvømmelser, strømafbrud og smadrede infrastrukturen i flere af landene. For resten, hvis du vil høre mere om Romaines sidste land, så har jeg udgivet tre episoder herfra. Det er episode 170-172 og du kan finde dem i din podcast app. Find dem ved at klikke her. David Yang Vores anden gæst er den 57-årige David Yang. Han er født i Taiwan og har arbejdet indenfor elektronik, videospil og legetøj, i International Business Development. Han har på den made besøgt mange lande som en del af sit arbejde. Han er den første fra Taiwan, der har rejst til alle lande, men som Romaine bor han også i USA. David startede med at besøge de lande han manglede i 2016, efter at have mødt en anden rejsende, som overbeviste ham om at stræbe efter det. På dette tidspunkt manglede han en tredjedel og han nåede sit mål i juli i år. Nu har han sat sig et nyt mål: At fuldføre 300 destinationer på Travel Century Club-listen. Hele TCC-listen indeholder 330 lande og territorier, så det er mit gæt, at han vil gå efter den komplette liste, når han har nået de 300. Odette Ricasa Den sidste “193 baby” er den 77-årige, Odette Ricasa, som blev den første filippiner, der formåede at rejse til alle lande, da hun ankom til sit sidste land på FN-listen, Irak, i august 2022. Hun har også været i alle syv kontinenter – det mål nåede hun tilbage i 2015. Hun er et aktivt medlem af “Philippine Global Explorers”, hvor hun leder afdelingen i det vestlige USA, er en succesful billedkunstner med over hundrede malerier, hun er foredragsholder, en talentfuld pianist og forfatter af seks rejsebøger. Talebesked fra en lytter Jeg har modtaget en talebesked fra en lytter: Steven Ramsey, som er en amerikaner, der bor i Bandung, Indonesien. Han fortæller mig bl.a., at han lytter til Radiovagabond, mens han kører rundt på sin scooter. Tak skal du have, Steven. Fedt at høre at jeg er med dig i ørene på din scooter rundt i Indonesien. Jeg håber ikke, du bliver forvirret, hvis jeg laver optagelser i trafikken. Jeg kan lige se dig kigge dig selv over skulderen, hvis der er en lastbil eller et bilhorn i mine optagelser. Jeg vil helst ikke være skyld i ulykker, så pas nu på dig selv. Men det er faktisk noget, jeg selv gør (altså lytter til podcasts), når jeg kører rundt på scooter her på Koh Lanta i Thailand, hvor jeg er lige nu. Jeg tager mit Bluetooth headset i ørerne inde under hjelmen, og det smarte er, at jeg også kan få Google Maps til at fortælle mig, hvilken vej jeg skal køre. Faktisk var det i Indonesien, jeg gjorde dette for første gang. Ikke i Bandung, men på Bali. Og jeg må med skam erkende, at Bali er den eneste del af Indonesien, jeg indtil videre har besøgt. Og selvom Bali er skøn, er det slet ikke godt nok. Jeg bliver selv irriteret, når jeg møder folk, der har været i Danmark, men kun har været i København. Ja, København er fantastisk, men der er så meget mere at se rundt i landet. Så Steven, jeg vil meget gerne se meget mere af Indonesien, og jeg tager dig på ordet med hensyn til at besøge dig i Bandung. Jeg har spurgt Steven ind til, hvordan en amerikaner ender med at bo i Bandung og ikke på Bali som så mange andre amerikanere. Og det er en meget lang og spændende historie, som du må have til gode til den dag jeg besøger ham, og får ham til at fortælle den her i podcasten. Har du også lyst til at give lyd fra dig? Det er så fedt at høre, at der er liv på den anden side ude ved højtalerne eller hovedtelefonerne. Du kan sende en talebesked ved at gå ind på Radiovagabond.dk og scrolle helt ned. Her er der en lille knap der hedder ”INDTAL TALEBESKED”. Du kan også, som Steven sende mig en talebesked via WhatsApp. Nummeret står også nederst på forsiden. Foretrækker du at skrive kan du udfylde formularen på Radiovagabond.dk/kontakt. Uanset hvad du gør, så vil det gøre mig meget glad. Bare fortæl mig, hvad du laver lige nu, mens du lytter til disse ord. Følg de tre babier Du kan følge med i Romaines rejser på Instagram som @TravelingTheWorldWithRomaine, David Yang er nemmest at finde på Facebook, og så har jeg også lagt et link til Odettes bøger i notesektionen af din podcast app. Flere episoder i denne uge På søndag møder jeg endnu en af mine helte, og denne gang kender jeg ham fra YouTube kanalen Geography Now. Han kalder sig Barbs, men hans fulde navn er Paul Barbado. Hver gang, jeg er på vej til et nyt land, finder jeg hans episode fra dette land. Det giver mig lidt baggrundsviden inden jeg lander. Du kan godt begynde at glæde dig til min snak med Barbs – den kommer på søndag første juledag. Men du hører fra mig allerede på fredag i endnu et flashback. Her skal vi besøge en moské i Dubai. Og så på lørdag får du sikkert endnu et kig i min dagbog. I lørdags lavede jeg min første korte ti-minutters ”rå og uredigeret”, hvor jeg fortæller lidt om, hvad der sker i mit nomadeliv lige nu. Og det blev taget så godt imod, at det er min ambition at lave sådan en hver uge. Hvis ikke du allerede har hørt den fra i lørdags, kan du finde den i din foretrukne podcast app. Det var det. Mit navn er Palle Bo. Vi ses.
Ho Ho Ho and Happy Holidays from Derek and Romaine. This episode features holiday-themed fun and sneak peeks at the holiday albums from singer/songwriter Tom Goss and Cast Party host Jim Caruso. Grab a cup of cheer and settle back for this delightful winter wonderland of fun!
Welcome to another episode, recorded at The Extraordinary Travel Festival in Armenia two months ago. And in this one, you can meet Romaine from Jamaica, David from Taiwan, and Odette from the Philippines. They have just completed the 193 UN Nations list and were all the first in their country to do so. Romaine Welds Romaine Welds is Jamaican-born and raised, and he migrated to the US in 2007. This was, in fact, his first time flying and travelling to a foreign country. Currently, Romaine lives in San Francisco and works full-time with an American airline, which has enabled him to travel the world. As a child, Romaine loved watching National Geographic shows, where he would dream himself away to far-away places. And never in a million years did he imagine that he would one day be accomplishing the goal of having visited all the countries in the world nor becoming the first Jamaican and Caribbean to do this. His last country was Antigua & Barbuda, even though Hurricane Fiona postponed it for a few weeks. Fiona was a powerful storm that caused massive damage and disruption across the Caribbean in September 2022. She left a trail of destruction, causing widespread flooding, power outages, and infrastructure damage. And interrupted Romaine's trip to Antigua & Barbuda. By the way, if you want to hear more about Romaine's last country, I've done three episodes from there. It's episodes 130-132 in your podcast app… Find them here. David Yang Our second guest is 57-year-old, David Yang. He's from Taiwan and has worked in International Business Development in the consumer electronics, video gaming, and toys industry. He visited many countries as part of his job. He's the first Taiwanese to travel to every country in the world, but he also lives in the US. He started to work on his remaining countries around 2016 after meeting a fellow traveller who convinced him to go for them all. At the time, he had a third of the countries to go to and completed the goal in July this year. Now he's working on a new goal – to complete 300 of Travel Century Club's list, and right now, he has about 19 left. The official TCC list of countries and territories has a total of 330 as of January 2022. So, I guess that he will go for the complete list after the 300. Odette Ricasa The last “193 baby” is 77-year-old Odette Ricasa, who became the first Filipino to travel to all the countries in the world as she arrived in her last UN country, Iraq, in August 2022. She also finished visiting all seven continents back in 2015. She's an active member of the “Philippine Global Explorers” travel community, where she heads the US West Coast chapter, and also a successful artist with over one hundred paintings, a motivational speaker, a talented piano player, and an author of six travel books. Odette has been travelling a lot longer than the two gentlemen at the table. Voice message From a Listener I got a voice message from a listener, Steven Ramsey, an American who lives in Bandung, Indonesia. He tells me that he listens to The Radio Vagabond while driving around on his scooter. Thank you so much, Steven. Great to hear that I'm with you on your scooter. I hope you're not getting confused listening to an episode where I'm walking around in an area with a lot of traffic. It might make you look over your shoulder if there's the sound of a big truck or a horn in the episode. I don't want to be responsible for any accidents. So, please be safe. But it's also what I do when I'm driving around on a scooter here on Koh Lanta, Thailand, where I am right now. I just take my Bluetooth headset and stick them in my ears before putting on the helmet. I can use Google Maps to give me directions so I know where to make the right turns. Actually, I started doing this when I was in Indonesia. Not in Bandung but on Bali. And I'm sorry to say that that's the only place in Indonesia I've been to so far. I'm sure many people would say that you haven't really been to Indonesia if you've only been to Bali. It's like, I get a little bit bummed when I hear of people who have to Denmark and have only been to Copenhagen. There's so much more to see… I really want to explore more of Indonesia, and I will take you up on a visit when I do. I was curious about how an American ended up living in Bandung, Indonesia – and not in Bali like so many other American nomads I know. It's a long story that I'm going into right now. But Bandung, Indonesia, is now on my list, so I can visit him and get that story. I enjoy hearing from you guys, so if you also want to send me a voicemail, go to TheRadioVagabond.com and scroll down to the bottom. Here you'll see a little button saying, “SEND VOICE MESSAGE”. There's also my WhatsApp number, so feel free to send me a voice message with WhatsApp – as Steven did. If you prefer to write, you can also go to the contact form on TheRadioVagabond.com/contact and write me a message there. Either way, please let me know what you're doing right now as you listen to these words. Follow the 193 Babies You can follow Romaine on Instagram as @TravelingTheWorldWithRomaine, David Yang is best found on Facebook, and I've also put a link to Odette's books in the note section of your podcast listening app. Next on The Radio Vagabond On Sunday, I get to meet another one of my heroes, and this time one that I'd been following for years. Paul Barbado, aka Barbs from Geography Now. Every time I'm going to a new place, I put on the episode he has from that country, so I get a lot of background on the place I'm going. You can start looking forward to hearing my conversation with Barbs – on Christmas Day. But you'll hear from me again already in two days in our Flashback Friday episode when we go to a mosque in Dubai. And then, maybe a new diary entry about my life right now on Saturday. Yes, I started doing a new type of episode where I speak for 10 minutes about what I'm doing right now. I did the first one on Saturday. Please find it in your podcast app. My name is Palle Bo. See you.
Radiovagabond med Palle Bo fra rejse hele verden rundt
Der er så vidt vides kun tre mennesker, der har besøgt alle lande i verden to gange. Gunnar Garfors (som vi havde som gæst her i podcasten for et par uger siden) er en af dem. Slawek Muturi er en af de andre to, og faktisk har han besøgt alle lande mindst to gange. Han har fortalt mig, at han har besøgt mere end 150 lande tre gange. Den anden gæst i denne udsendelse er Mette Ehlers Mikkelsen, som er meget tæt på at nå sit mål om at besøge alle lande. Og hun er meget speciel i den måde hun rejser på, da hun rejser med sine børn. Af de få mennesker, der har været i alle lande, er kun 10% kvinder, og kun tre af disse kvinder er mødre. Slawek Muturi Slawek har rejst siden han som ung, tog på Interrail rundt i Europa. Hans første lange roadtrip var i 1989 da han kørte fra Polen til Kenya i en Land Rover. Slawek er halv polak og halv kenyaner, så med denne tur forbandt han sine to hjemlande. I 2009 nåede han sit mål om at besøge alle lande første gang. Og herefter gjorde han det en gang mere, hvilket der (som nævnt) kun er tre, der har gjort. Slawek rejser på et lille budget, han kan lide at rejse som de lokale og normalt kun med en lille rygsæk. Mette Ehlers Mikkelsen Mette er en af de meste berejste mødre i verden, og som nævnt rejser hun for det meste med en eller flere af sine tre børn. En uge efter jeg mødte Mette i Armenien, tog hun til Somaliland med sine to ældste børn, Lærke og Nicolai, og et par uger senere tog hun til Eritrea med sin yngste datter, Ella. Næste episode fra Armenien I den næste episode fra Jerevan, Armenien, kan du møde Romaine Welds, David Yang og den 77-årige Odette Ricasa. Romaine fra Jamaica, Odette fra Filippinerne og David fra Taiwan har to ting til fælles. De har alle netop fuldført de 193 FN Nationer og de var alle de første i deres hjemland til at gøre det. Så vi døbte dem “The 193 Babies” og du kan møde dem alle i den næste episode. Mit navn er Palle Bo. Vi ses.
There are only three people who have visited every country twice. Gunnar Garfors from Norway is one, and one of our guests today, Slawek Muturi, is another one with that super rare accomplishment. In fact, he's visited more than 150 countries three times. The other guest today is Mette Ehlers Mikkelsen, who is very close to visiting her last country. And she's very unique too because she's a single mother who travels with her children. Of the few people who can claim they have gone to every country in the world, only 10% are women – and only three of those women are mothers. Slawek Muturi Slawek has been travelling independently since he was a student as he took to the rails in Europe. His first long overland trip took place in 1989 as he travelled from Poland to Kenya in a Land Rover. Slawek is half Polish – half Kenyan, so this trip connected his two homelands. In 2009, he completed the quest of travelling to every country in the world. And since then, he has done it one more time. Slawek travels on a shoestring budget, and he likes to travel like a local and only carries a small backpack. Mette Ehlers Mikkelsen Mette is one of the most-travelled mothers in the world, and as mentioned, most of the time travelling with her three kids. A week after I met Mette in Armenia, she went to Somaliland with her two oldest kids, Lærke and Nicolai. That brought Lærke on 116 countries, one more than me – and I am not 19 years old like her. A few weeks later, Mette went to Eritrea with her youngest daughter, Ella. Next from Armenia In the next episode from Yerevan, Armenia, you can meet Romaine Welds, David Yang and the 77-year-old Odette Ricasa. Romaine from Jamaica, Odette from the Philippines, and David from Taiwan have two things in common. They all just completed the 193 UN Nations list and were the first in their country to do so. So, they were dubbed “The 193 Babies”, and you can meet them all in the next episode. My name is Palle Bo. See you.
What became a case of whodunit, also came with the question “who was the victim & who was the criminal”? Ken McElroy was known as “the town bully”, although it went WAY further than that. In 1981, the townspeople of Skidmore, Missouri had finally had enough. Fearful and feeling the justice system had failed them… they decided to face their problem head-on. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crime-cults-and-coffee/support
In this episode, I spoke to Matt Walls author of the book The wines of Rhone about the Southern Rhone with a focus on the Cote du Rhone.To best understand the appellation system is a pyramid with three distinctive stages for the Cotes du Rhone - Cote du Rhone, Cote Du Rhone Village, cotes du Rhone Named village and then the Cru see picture here:https://boutinot-rhone.com/news?start=18With Matt we talked about how to best understand the terroirs of the Southern Rhone, as there are so many of them, it says that it is best to divide the region into three parts based on their geological period, but it has always been difficult for me to remember the various parts but this has helped immensely.We also talked about varieties that are taking afoot in the region in the last few years and their use in the blend, Cotes du Rhone is always a blend!I'm always being curious about the fluidity of the appellation with villages rising to the top of the Cotes du Rhone appellation and then becoming Crus in their own right - Mat has described the process and announced a new (23rd) village that is going to be announced next year!Here is the list of all the VillagesChusclan, Gadagne, Laudun, Massif d'Uchaux, Nyons, Plan de Dieu, Puymeras, Roaix, Rochegude, Rousset, Sablet, Saint-Andeol, Saint-Gervais, Saint-Maurice, Saint-Pantaleon, Sainte-Cecile, Seguret, Signargues, Suze-la-Rousse, Vaison-la-Romaine, Valreas, VisanSome other useful links on the topic https://www.cotesdurhone.com/en/https://www.wine-searcher.com/regions-cotes+du+rhonehttps://www.wine-uncovered.com/rhone-info/appellations/cotes-du-rhone-villages/https://www.mattwalls.co.uk/region/rhone/Reach us on –Instagram Mattia.lookingintowineTwitter Mattia ScarpazzaMail Info@mattiascarpazza.com
If These Ovaries Could Talk | S10 BONUS EPISODE! Get to know your favorite queer hosts a little better in this special DNR Takeover episode as they shoot the shiz on current events, Derek and Romaine “stealing” their podcast award, celebrity crushes and so much more. Order the #ITOCT book Amazon, IndieBound, Audible. firstname.lastname@example.org IG/Twitter/FB/TikTok/YouTube: @ovariestalk Edited by EditAudio press Brett Henne theme song: Songfinch & Tiffany Topol Thanks to Thrive Causemetics and our Patreon supporters!
Traveling husband, Daniel (@_danielcuthbertson) and Justin (@jburns5) Cuthbertson are this week's #GayRelationshipGoals. This smiling duo enjoys one another and the journey - as they love to experience new locales and adventures with one another. Check them out on IG and give them a follow - we promise you will be happy you did. Then, Marko and Tony recently guest-hosted on Derek & Romaine's weekly live show, and they bring you that episode today! Is farting in a relationship a no-no? And if not, when does farting become too comfortable? What is the difference between passing gas and ripping ass?! All this and more on this episode of the podcast.Shit to Put On Your Radar:RATE & REVIEW RELATIONSH!T - Head to your favorite podcast platform and give the Relationsh!t Podcast a 5-star rating and review to help other listeners find the podcast easily!JOIN PATREON - If you are not listening to our bonus content on Patreon, you are TRULY missing out. Become a Patron today on patreon.com/podrelationshit.WELL … ADJUSTING - Check out Robin Hopkins's new podcast everywhere you listen to podcasts! Click HERE to listen on Apple Podcasts.Sh!t | Leave us a voicemail with your relationship sh!tuation at (903) POD- SHIT. That's (903) 763-7448. You can also fill out a Listener Sh!tuation on our website, podrelationshit.com, or email us at email@example.com. Visit Us |www.podrelationshit.com for more Relationsh!t content and information about the podcast.Donate | Head over to patreon.com/podrelationshit and start donating today! Your donations will give you early access to the podcast, behind-the-scenes interviews with our weekly guests, and merchandise.Rate Us | Go to your favorite podcast directory and give Relationsh!t a 5-Star rating, and a fantastic review!Follow Us | Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook: @podrelationshitAnd follow Marko and Tony on Instagram (@thecritellis) if you want a BTS look into their relationship and adventures!Support the show
Je pense que je ne dois pas vous faire le portrait d'un vampire, il y en a surement 5 ou 6 qui frapperont à votre porte ce soir. On associe le mythe du vampire à Bram Stoker et son fameux Dracula, publié en 1897. En fait, chose amusante, il y a 4 œuvres littéraires majeures qui sont antérieures au livre de Stoker. Le Vampire ( Polidori), La Morte amoureuse (Théophile Gautier), Carmilla (Sheridan Le Fanu) et le Dhampire (Scott Baker) . Ce roman néo-gothique n'a pas popularisé le vampire, contrairement à ce qu'on entend souvent, mais il a plutôt fixé les canons dans la culture populaire. En effet, Bram Stoker, son auteur s'était abondamment documenté sur le mythe du vampire qui existe en fait depuis la nuit des temps. Et il a plus ou moins amalgamé certains traits de son vampire avec des caractéristiques d'autre mort vivants ou revenants comme les goules ou les broucolaques. Un peu à l'image de Tolkien avec son seigneur des anneaux qui n'est au final que le condensé de plusieurs légendes germaniques et nordiques. Remplacez quelques noms et ce livre est au final la même histoire que l'or du Rhin de Wagner. Mais bon, ça n'enlève bien sûr rien à la qualité de l'œuvre, enfin, dans le cas de Dracula, je parle. Trève de bavardage littéraire, revenons à la gastronomie. Les vampires, dans leur attirail de malédictions, ne peuvent entre autres entrer là où ils ne sont pas invités, se refléter dans un miroir, s'exposer au soleil entre autres choses. Mais surtout, ils sont repoussées par l'ail. L'ail est depuis la nuit des temps une plante médicinale. Un alicament pour ceux qui se souviennent de cet épisode. Donc, l'ail est utilisé depuis des milliers d'années. Notamment à l'époque de l'Égypte ancienne, l'un des berceaux du mythe des vampires. On lui alloue beaucoup de vertus, on l'utilise pour beaucoup de choses, notamment pour soigner les blessures d'animaux suceurs de sang, comme les tiques, les moustiques ou les serpent et très vite, les superstitions vont l'accompagner. On lui donne le pouvoir d'éloigner le mauvais œil, ou les mauvais esprits voire même les démons. A l'époque Grecque et Romaine, on attribue à l'ail des propriétés médicinales en lien avec le sang et la circulation. L'ironie est que la légende de l'odeur sulfurée de l'ail viendrait que la plante est née de l'empreinte du pied gauche du Diable dans le jardin d'Eden. L'empreinte droite ayant donné les oignons. Le mythe s'est consolidé en Europe de l'Est ou les populations, très superstitieuses, pendaient de l'ail partout chez eux pour éloigner les mauvais esprits. Probablement issue des croyances ancestrales et de cas de patients atteints de porphyrie, une maladie donnant la peau pâle, la rétractation des gencives et par le fait, donnant l'impression de dents plus longues, une sur sensibilité au soleil et aussi une sensibilité aux aliments sulfureux, notamment l'ail. La peste rodait aussi à l'époque et également la rage qui se transmet via la morsure d'un animal infecté. Souvent un chien ou une chauve-souris. Le chien donnera le mythe du loup garou et la chauve souris, le vampire. Et le dernier clou d'étonnement que je vais planter dans votre cercueil de curiosité est le suivant : dans le roman de Bram Stoker, il est question de la fleur de l'ail et non de l'ail en lui-même. Voilà pourquoi les vampires n'aiment pas l'ail, la réponse est plutôt une somme de caractéristiques qu'un lien unique que Stoker a compilé et popularisé. Notez qu'en grande quantité, fleur ou bulbe, l'ail repousse finalement tout le monde. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Derek and Romaine are joined by Iris as they discuss their latest adventure aboard the Norwegian Cruise Line's newest ship the Prima. There are misadventures, new friends and even an injury or two. Find out what sets the NCL Prima apart from all the other ships that DNR has traveled on. Thinking about doing a DNR cruise? Check out our upcoming adventures at DNRTravel.com
Enterprise Incidents with Scott & Steve
While en route to the Federation's galactic research station on Memory Alpha, the Enterprise encounters a mysterious space anomaly that impacts each of the crew members in different ways -- especially Lt. Mira Romaine, who passes out from the experience. That's of particular concern to Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott, who has fallen head over heels in love with her. Turns out these lights are the last remaining survivors of an ancient race, and they have chosen Lt. Romaine's body to live out the rest of their lives. After the one-two punch of weaker episodes like "Whom Gods Destroy" and (especially) "The Mark of Gideon," "The Lights of Zetar" represents something of a return to form for "Star Trek," at least by late 3rd season standards. The pacing is relatively brisk, and the impressive visual effects still hold up after more than 5 decades. "The Lights of Zetar" still suffers from lapses in logic, and Scotty once again loses all sense of control by thinking with his heart instead of his head, but it still qualifies as an entertaining-enough episode of "Star Trek." You can support Enterprise Incidents right here: https://anchor.fm/enterpriseincidents (Just think of it as a “Tip Jar”) You can follow Enterprise Incidents at: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/EnterpriseIncidents Twitter @enterincidents Instagram @enterpriseincidents Follow Scott Mantz @moviemantz on Twitter and Instagram Follow Steve Morris @srmorris on Twitter and srmorris1 on Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/enterpriseincidents/support
Is pumpkin spice getting to you already? You won't believe where it has ended up next! Plus Derek and Romaine talk other fall flavors from tasty treats to nasty combos. Then, check out their riveting interview Jennifer Steele Mondello who shares her personal journey to Adult Agency. This episode is presented by FreeAgentPrint.com. Ask for Guy for all your corporate gift needs for the holidays and all year long.
Reflecting on the M's accomplishments this season and the hopes ahead//eBay's pulled a "Dahmer" halloween costume//British bookies are taking bets on a head of lettuce outlasting their latest Prime Minister.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nous sommes au Ve siècle de notre ère. Nonnos, poète grec né à Pannopolis, en Egypte, décrit l'état d'esprit d'un boxeur débutant, nommé Eurymédon, qui s'apprête à combattre avec l'expérimenté Mélisseus. On peut lire : « Il craint qu'il ne le frappe aux sourcils et au front, ou qu'il ne l'ensanglante d'un coup qui lui écorche l'oreille, ou qu'en le touchant à la tempe, il ne lui fende le crâne en deux en pénétrant jusqu'au milieu du cerveau, siège de l'intelligence, ou que, d'un violent choc de son poing sur les paupières, il ne fasse jaillir les yeux de son visage sans prunelles, ou que sa mâchoire fracassée et sanglante ne crache le rang serré de ses dents aiguës. » Art de défense autant que de percussion, le pugilat, durant toute l'Antiquité, est, en effet, perçu comme le plus dangereux des sports. Il demande le plus grand des courages et la plus profonde abnégation devant l'humiliation de la possible défaite. Philostrate d'Athènes, orateur et biographe romain de langue grecque, a, lui aussi, rapporté quelques histoires de boxe. Selon lui, voulant rassurer la mère d'un jeune athlète sur la valeur de son fils, l'entraîneur de ce dernier lui aurait déclaré : « Si vous apprenez que votre fils est mort, croyez-le ; mais si on vous dit qu'il est vaincu, ne le croyez pas. » Alors, comment pratique-t-on la boxe, le pugilat dans l'Antiquité gréco-romaine ? Qui sont les athlètes ? D'où viennent-ils ? Comment s'entraînent-ils et comment vivent-ils leur quotidien ? Quels rapports entretiennent-ils avec le public, avec la victoire, avec la mort ? En quoi la boxe est-elle le miroir de la cité ? Invité : Jean-Manuel Roubineau, maître de conféences en histoire ancienne à l'Université Rennes 2. Auteur « « A poings fermés » aux PUF.
Derek and Romaine talk about their fall favorites from surprising hot drink choices to must have Halloween decorations. Then singer songwriter Tom Goss returns to talk about Perfect Date and his life on the road. This episode is presented by FreeAgentPrint.com, your source for great gift ideas this holiday season. Ask for Guy! #AD
Julia Turshen's menu-based cookbook has tons going on — seasonal ideas, ideas for repurposing leftovers and even holiday menus. We dig in to our own happy memories around this book, and some of our favorite recipes. Resources mentioned in this episode: Now & Again Julia Turshen Recipes mentioned in this episode: Scrambled eggs with coconut-cilantro chutney (page 19) Whole wheat & cumin flatbreads (page 21) Mango with cardamom syrup and pistachios (page 23) Cantaloupe with salt and lime (page 88) Spiced banana brown bread (page 85) Sheet pan frittata with roasted mushrooms & ricotta (page 82) Shredded cabbage salad with feta & herbs (page 87) Chicken & roasted tomato enchiladas (page 42) Garlicky shrimp with tequila & lime (page 42) Kale salad with pepita dressing (page 44) Toasted coconut cake (page 47) Chicken & black-eyed-pea chili (page 92) Skillet cornbread with cheddar and scallions (page 93) Romaine & celery salad with buttermilk ranch dressing (page 96) Maple syrup old-fashioneds (page 102) Iceberg wedge salad with pickled shallots (page 105) Stuffed mushrooms with walnuts, garlic & parsley (page 103) Tortilla soup with the works (page 184) Simplest & best nachos (page 180) Easiest almond horchata (page 181) Super crunchy lime-y salad (page 227) Kale & mushroom taco filling (page 228) Chorizon & potato taco filling (page 229) Warm corn tortialls & lettuce leaves (page 230) Lime & hot sauce crema (page 232) Charred tomatillo & scallion salsa (page 233) Confetti meatloaf (page 194) Creamy garlic mashed cauliflower (page 195) Butter lettuce with shallot vinaigrette (page 196) Raspberries with cocoa whipped cream (page 197) Celebration chicken with sweet potatoes and dates (page 54) Beet salad with poppy seed & chive dressing (page 56) Applesauce cake with cream cheese & honey frosting (page 58) Frozen watermelon aguas frescas (page 238) Lamb burgers with grilled red onions (page 242) Grilled okra & corn with lemon & red chile (page 244) Grandma's cucumber salad (page 245) Whole wheat berry shortcakes (page 246) Healthy, happy wife cake (page 158) Pistachio mandelbrot cookies (page 148) Join our Cookbook Club! Our Instagram, @cookbookclubshow E-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org Find Renee and Sara on Instagram: @hipchickdigs and @realtor_saragray Cook along with us! Next cookbook episode (releasing 11/2/2022): The Flavor Equation, by Nik Sharma
EXPERTS PASCAL PERRINEAU Politologue - Professeur des universités à Sciences Po Auteur de « Le populisme » JEAN-DOMINIQUE GIULIANI Président de la Fondation Robert Schuman ANAÏS GINORI Correspondante à Paris - « La Repubblica » MARC SEMO Rédacteur en chef adjoint des pages Idées-débats « Le Monde » C'est un séisme politique en Europe. Pour la première fois depuis 1945, un parti post-fasciste pourrait gouverner l'Italie, l'un des trois pays fondateurs de l'Union européenne. Après la Suède, l'extrême droite a fait hier une nouvelle percée sur le Vieux continent avec l'arrivée en tête des élections législatives de Giorgia Meloni et de son parti, membre d'une coalition de droite qui remporte plus de 44 % des suffrages. Une victoire annoncée depuis plusieurs mois dans les sondages qui a finalement été sans appel hier dans les urnes lors d'un scrutin marqué par une forte abstention ( 35,3 %). Ainsi Fratelli d'Italia (FDI) a recueilli ce dimanche plus de 26 % des voix, devenant le premier parti du pays, tandis que ses partenaires la Ligue d'extrême droite de Matteo Salvini et le parti conservateur Forza Italia (FI) de Silvio Berlusconi, ont récolté respectivement 9 % et 8 % des votes. Giorgia Meloni revendique donc logiquement la tête du prochain gouvernement. En pole position pour devenir la première femme cheffe de gouvernement, cette Romaine de 45 ans, qui jeune militante disait admirer Mussolini, est parvenue à dédiaboliser son image et rassembler sur son nom les peurs et les colères de millions d'Italiens face à la flambée des prix, le chômage, les menaces de récession ou l'incurie des services publics. D'autant que son parti n'a pas participé au gouvernement d'union nationale sortant, ni au précédent. Une virginité politique qui lui a permis de passer de 4 % à 26 % des voix en quatre ans. Désormais en Italie, c'est l'heure des négociations pour la formation du futur gouvernement, alors qu'en Europe les réactions se multiplient. La Première ministre Elisabeth Borne a prévenu que la France serait « attentive » au « respect » des droits de l'homme et de l'avortement. Pour le ministre espagnol des Affaires Etrangères José Manuel Albarés, la victoire de Giorgia Meloni intervient à un moment où « deux modèles s'affrontent » en Europe. « Les populismes finissent toujours en catastrophe », a-t-il mis en garde. Dans la nuit, Giorgia Meloni a en revanche reçu le soutien des autorités en Pologne et en Hongrie, mais aussi les félicitations du parti espagnol d'extrême droite VOX et du Rassemblement national en France. Alors qui est Giorgia Meloni ? Quel est son projet politique ? Economie, immigration, famille… Que veut-elle faire en Italie ? Enfin dès la semaine dernière la présidente de la Commission européenne Ursula von der Leyen avait évoqué des sanctions possibles si les principes de l'UE ne sont pas respectés. Qu'est-ce qui effraie Bruxelles dans le programme de Giorgia Meloni ? Et que se passe-t-il en Suède ? DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney, Franck Broqua, Alexandre Langeard, Benoît Lemoine PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/
Hi listeners! As I mentioned last time on ArtCurious, I'm traveling this month and so I am re-airing some older episodes for you to enjoy here once again. In celebration of our recent “Cherchez La Femme” season, I'm choosing three of my favorite episodes on female artists-- Today, I'm returning to share the story of Romaine Brooks, a one-of-a-kind painter with a truly fascinating story. I hope you enjoy--and I'll be back with you soon. Stay curious! Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Instagram / Facebook / YouTube SPONSORS BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month of counseling Honeylove: Get 20% off + Free Shipping with promo code ARTCURIOUS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Upside Down Tulips - A Garden Podcast
Kathryn is back and says “moist” a lot. Christy has Pumpkin Pride. And we both still hate squirrels. Find out what Christy found in her driveway. And what the heck a Treegator is and why you probably need one. Did you know there is a lot you can still plant in September? We get all into it. From veggies like lettuce and radishes you can enjoy before your first frost -- to garlic and beets you can plant now and enjoy in the Spring. We don't forget flowers! We tell you all about how to beautify your garden for the next month with pansies, marigolds and mums. And when to sow poppies, calendula, cosmos and bachelor buttons in September to get a spring showcase of blooms. Mail bag reveals what a carrot and a diamond ring have in common. And a new pod play parody of HBO's Succession, hand crafted just for the gardener. And people who like to laugh. :) Don't Know Your Zone? Find it HERE When is your first frost? Find it here! Support UDT by joining our Garden Party and get fun rewards! (Each new Garden Pary Member this week is entered into a drawing for a free UDT Tee Shirt! Get a UDT Coffee Mug or other cool Merch! Visit our website for pix, good info and Upside Down Dictionary Click here to write to us! Get a Treegator!
Vous aimez Rémus, Romulus et tout ce qui touche de près ou de loin à l'Italie ? Alors cet épisode est fait pour vous ! Mais pourquoi on vous raconte la République romaine au fait ? Déjà, parce qu'il n'y en a que pour l'empire romain et qu'on veut rétablir un peu d'équité avec les autres périodes, et aussi parce qu'on va croiser des gens un peu connus comme Hannibal, Spartacus et César et que tout ça a façonné l'Histoire. - Vous voulez nous soutenir financièrement ? Merci, déjà ! Et c'est par là utip.io/frequencemoderne/ - Rejoignez-nous partout les manos et les womanos : frequencemoderne.fr twitter.com/Culture_2000 facebook.com/culture2000.fm instagram.com/culture2000.fm - Parlez de nous à vos copains, si vous le voulez bien, comme ça l'univers sera plein de connaissance et le monde sera plus doux (résultat non contractuel) - Et sinon, à dans 15 jours en podcast pour un nouvel épisode
DNR wind down a long hot summer, figure skating, stress pig goes flying, Romaine thinks cruising will relieve her stress, Fall TV preview, Celebrity Jeopardy, Law % Order crossover event, Romaine is scared, Food Compass ranks ice cream higher than a bagel, Chipotle has a water cup candle that smells like lemonade, scientist tweets photo of chorizo in space, Guest Kevin Aviance talks NYC club scene, getting remixed by Beyonce and what's next. This episode is presented by Miller Lite. Be 21 and over. #CelebrateResponsibly MillerLite.com/DNR
Can gays and lesbians be friends? A lesbian and her friend join to help us figure out the answer. In this episode: News- 1:22 || Main Topic (Gay & Lesbian Friendship)- 12:35 || Guests (Derek and Romaine)- 22:48 || Gayest & Straightest- 1:00:46 On Friday, our bonus segment is totally coherent, non-repetitive, and very well planned. Join Patreon for as low as $2/mo, and tons of great bonus content starting at $5/mo. Visit www.patreon.com/gayishpodcast for all the levels and benefits.
This is the full 2 hour episode of DNR. Rainy Days and Mondays! Romaine hits the farm and Derek goes Into The Woods, Jennifer Lopez marries Ben Affleck, Big Brother is a big mess, Romaine digs into Truth Be Told, Nintendo supports gay rights, South African man dies from drinking challenge, Hooker Hotline, Ted Cruz against marriage equality, sex honey gets an FDA warning, Abbott Elementary sued over copyright infringement, and Replika AI thinks it is alive.
Summer is in full swing and Derek and Romaine are here for it. DNR chat about their favorite sights, sounds and scents of summer. Then singer/songwriter Davis Mallory moves from Hawaii to Sweden with a stop by DNR along the way to talk about his latest hit, new cologne and Real World reunions. This episode is presented by Miller Lite. Be 21 and over to visit MillerLite.com/DNR. #Celebrate Responsibly Want more DNR? Subscribe now at DNRStudios.com. Use discount code LOVE to try our live daily show FREE.