OTRS 121 WARNING!!! – THIS EPISODE CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE! John's Old Time Radio Show R. CRUMB'S RECORD ROOM PT. 52 “WACKY RECORDS FROM THE 1920'S”. John Heneghan, Robert Crumb & Eden Brower play fabulous 78 rpm records from Crumb's record … Continue reading →
Hello and welcome to another episode. In this episode we collab with the Black Room Reviews podcast and review the very dreadful Dragonball Evolution. We get so into the review that we might branch off into other topics( We definitely do) such as One Piece, My Hero, and other new animes/manga. So stay tuned and enjoy the show. This episode will be available on the Black Room Reviews podcast and this podcast so be sure to rate, comment, and subscribe to their podcast. While you're at it you can do the same for us. All support is appreciated. Thank you and enjoy :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Gavin and Alex are joined by all of you to discuss Collin Sexton's defensive shortcomings, whether trading Obi Toppin would hurt team chemistry, and whether or not Karl-Anthony Towns is a worthy trade target. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex and Gavin are joined by all of you to break down every element of a potential Collin Sexton trade and some Knicks-centric thoughts on the Olympics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex and Gavin are joined by all of you in the Spotify Green Room app to talk about Luca Vildoza and his candidacy for point guard minutes next year, whether Knicks fans overvalue the amount of ammo the team has to make upgrades, and Reggie Jackson as a target in free agency. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex and Gavin are joined by all of you in the Spotify Green Room app to discuss the Knicks, including whether the team needs to deemphasize Julius Randle on offense next year (and whether that's more on Julius or Tom Thibodeau to do), and what their top five point guard targets would be for this offseason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex and Gavin are joined by all of you in the Spotify Green Room app to talk about a number of topics, including Obi Toppin and Immanuel Quickley's presence on the Team USA Select Team, whether the Knicks are building a good environment for home-growing stars, what a high enough price would be to move on from Julius Randle, and whether Frank Ntilikina is on his way out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Watch the entire presentation – Worry and Wonder | The Courier Thirteen Podcast | Episode # 29 here Transcript: Host: How would you pitch to a showrunner who seemed deflective to your ideas? Or like, I know that’s a loaded question. Rosanne: Oh no, that’s an excellent question. That can happen because relationships grow and … Continue reading "06 How To Pitch To A Showrunner…from Worry and Wonder | The Courier Thirteen Podcast | Episode # 29 [Video]" Related posts: 04 What The Show Is from Worry and Wonder | The Courier Thirteen Podcast | Episode # 29 [Video] 05 Working The Room…from Worry and Wonder | The Courier Thirteen Podcast | Episode # 29 [Video] 03 Inside The Writer’s Room Part 2 from Worry and Wonder | The Courier Thirteen Podcast | Episode # 29 [Video]
Gavin and Alex are joined once again by all of you to discuss how far we could move up in the draft with only draft picks and a potential Ben Simmons trade. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex and Gavin are joined by all of you to discuss the hypothetical of trading Julius Randle to get into the top three of the draft and then get into the possibility of taking back John Wall or Kevin Love to move up via a different path. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After a couple listens to this song, I realized, oh man, the ending is kind of boring cuz it's a restatement of stuff that had been restated a bunch of times before in the song, so I added an overlapping re-statement of the raps on top of it. Now it's repetitious in a less-boring-repetitious way. I'm not sure which version of this I'll like better in the end, so I'm going to impulsively post this one and decide later.
This is the next song in the possession album - the me-character/girl reflects on how different her life used to be before all this weird stuff happened. She thinks about her how happy she used to be as a kid, sitting with her grandmother, in her grandmother's room.
Alex and Gavin are joined by all of you in Spotify Green Room to talk about some of the Knicks' options in the draft, from Sharife Cooper's probably misreported height, to guys that can attack closeouts, to the potential of drafting a backup center. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex and Gavin are joined by all of you to talk about the idea of trading *back* in the 2021 Draft to get a more established NBA player, along with getting into Philadelphia's struggles in the playoffs and what role Ben Simmons plays in it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex and Gavin are joined by all of you in the Spotify Green Room app to get into the difference between Luka Doncic and Zion Williamson's frustrations with their teams right now, whether the Gen Z superstars should shape the Knicks' strategy going forward, if Lonzo Ball is being overrated, and if turmoil in Philadelphia could create an opening for the Knicks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex and Gavin are joined by all of you in the Spotify Green Room app to get into Zion Williamson's frustrations with the Pelicans front office, what stars could reasonably become available to the Knicks in the near future, and whether the Knicks might bring Frank Ntilikina back (and whether he should even want to come back). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The "TEAL SHIRT REPORT" Podcast - Episode/Show #37, season number 2 Jacksonville Jaguars QB Room part 2, North Florida Entertainment & other area Sports with Alex Nunnery. Interviews in the National Arena League and more. Thanks for listening to and supporting Our Podcast. Sincerely, Scott --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scott-mullis/support
Alex and Gavin are joined by you guys one final time to lament Frank Kntilikina's usage, imagine a world with LeBron James on the team and debate if the Knicks need to find a "Point God" this offseason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Healing From The Porn Virus (The Elephant In The Room - Part 3) May 29th-30th, 2021 - Pastor Kerry Shook BRING IT INTO THE LIGHT SO GOD CAN HEAL YOUR HEART WALK IN THE LIGHT AND LIVE FROM YOUR HEART RENEW YOUR MIND SET BOUNDARIES TO PROTECT YOUR HEART BRING YOUR SHAME TO THE CROSS AND LIVE IN GOD’S GRACE Scriptures: James 1:13-17, Ephesians 4:19, 1 Corinthians 6:13, Romans 7:15, James 5:16, Romans 12:2, Romans 13:14, 2 Samuel 9:7-8, Romans 8:1, 2 Samuel 9:11b Topics: Pornography, Boundaries, The Elephant In The Room
Episode Notes: In this episode, Mike is joined by special guest, Peter Esque to discuss the reality and implications of the gospel in the counseling room. In this episode, they discuss what is the gospel, its corollaries, and the reality of gospel drift in those seeking counseling, and how the gospel can begin to be applied to specific issues within our counselees. Episode Resources:email us at email@example.com
Thanks to Plum Deluxe for sponsoring this episode!Visit- http://www.plumdelux.com/sleeptime to save 12% on your first order.Welcome to this evenings episode of Sleep Time Stories; English Tea Room (Part Two)This time in the English Tea Room you Tom is showing off the new sleep tea range by his new supplier Plum Deluxe he even gives you a tea making demonstration using loose leaf teas. Let me know what you think of the episode:Instagram- @sleeptimestories Plum Deluxe Tea Plum Deluxe is a family-owned small business and sells hand-blended, fresh teas.Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/SleepTimeStories)
Dealing With Doubt (The Elephant In The Room - Part 2) May 22nd-23rd, 2021 - Pastor Mark Miller QUESTION EVERYTHING ASK THE BEST QUESTIONS NOT JUST THE EASY ONES FOLLOW THE TRUTH WHEREVER IT LEADS THE TRUTH GIVES YOU VICTORY Scriptures: 2 Timothy 2:23-26, Acts 17:11, 1 Samuel 17:24-26, 1 Samuel 17:32-37, John 3:16, Revelation 12:10-11 Topics: Doubt, Truth, The Elephant In The Room
Dealing With Depression (The Elephant In The Room - Part 1) May 16th-17th, 2021 - Pastor Kerry Shook GOD USES YOUR GREATEST STRUGGLE TO GET YOUR ATTENTION GOD USES A GENTLE WHISPER TO CALL YOU CLOSE Scriptures: 1 Kings 19:11-18, Isaiah 43:2 Topics: Depressions, Anxiety, The Elephant In The Room
Marquis and AD sit down and tackle questions that have been sent in for them to answer. Lets take a moment to sit down, laugh, and learn from this episode. This is sure to get some people talking. Be sure to join us on clubhouse on Mondays at 9pm est.
Last Acquired left the plucky Rec Room crew in our 2018 "Part I" episode, they were a seed stage startup making a VR game that users loved but grew slowly and barely monetized. Fast forward to today, and they're now a multi-platform social "place" with millions of active users, 500%+ YoY growth and hosting a robust creator economy that's rivaled only by their oft-compared metaverse cousin Roblox in dynamics and efficiency. And oh yeah, they're now a $1B+ company after a new $100m fundraise from existing investors Sequoia and Index, which they're announcing today. We figured it was high time to revisit Nick & crew for a Part II... If you love Acquired and want more, join our LP Community for access to over 50 LP-only episodes, monthly Zoom calls, and live access for big events like emergency pods and book club discussions with authors. We can't wait to see you there. Join here at: https://acquired.fm/lp/ Sponsors: Thanks to Tiny for being our presenting sponsor for all of Acquired Season 8. Tiny is building the "Berkshire Hathaway of the internet" — if you own a wonderful internet business that you want to sell, or know someone who does, you should get in touch with them. Unlike traditional buyers, they commit to quick, simple diligence, a 30-day or less process, and will leave your business to do its thing for the long term. You can learn more about Tiny here: http://bit.ly/acquiredtiny Thank you as well to Vouch and to Capchase. You can learn more about them at: https://bit.ly/acquired-vouch http://bit.ly/acquiredcapchase The Rec Room Playbook: (also available on our website at https://www.acquired.fm/episodes/rec-room-part-ii-with-ceo-nick-fajt ) 1. It's ok not to have a grand plan from the beginning. As Nick says, company founding stories tend to get romanticized in retrospect. (Guilty as charged here at Acquired!) As a founder it can feel like there's so much pressure on you to "have it all figured out" from day one. But the reality of most great company beginnings is nothing so grand: often it's just founders who have an inkling about something interesting and the combination of courage + right life circumstances to jump into the unknown and learn as they go. Things change quickly in new or evolving markets, and if you're too wedded to a master plan you're likely to miss more opportunities than you seize. 2. Don't let early (or even just recent) success blind you if potential headwinds are on the horizon. Rec Room experienced "explosive" growth during the 2017 holiday season with the launch of Playstation VR. However this was a classic "wiggle of false hope" (in Paul Graham parlance), not real product-market fit. It would have been easy to ignore the very real warning signs (e.g., that VR adoption as a whole was slowing) and plow full steam ahead. Instead the team realized they probably needed to step back from the temporary momentum and diversify out of solely focusing on VR to find new avenues for growth. 3. Build your company into a robust organism. Startups constantly face existential risks: what if the market shifts? What if we make wrong strategic decisions? How can you architect your business as a system so that "you" (either you personally or the company management as a whole) doesn't need to always be right in order to succeed? For Rec Room this has meant investing deeply into UGC and letting creators lead growth. Any room or piece of content might be no more likely to breakout than another — but in aggregate across now millions of creators, Rec Room is almost guaranteed a constant stream of "hits". 4. UGC is a flywheel that's difficult to start, but creates incredible business dynamics once spinning. Like any flywheel, UGC requires a ton of effort to get moving in the beginning. (E.g., why should people bother to create? What tools do they need? How do you get the incentives right?) But once momentum takes over, it can become an incredible virtuous cycle where users' creativity inspires more users both to consume and create themselves, which compounds faster and faster over time. Furthermore, once a UGC flywheel is spinning, the underlying platform's unit economics get pretty fast: costs to produce content go down (or to zero), cost to acquire users go down (or to zero), and retention, engagement and monetization all spike up. In previous eras Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitch rode to this dynamic to incredible success. Today Roblox, Rec Room, TikTok and others are following the same playbook. 5. When operating a "metaverse", the best business dynamics result from having everything on a single platform (vs. siloing users based on devices/geos/etc) Having all users able to interact on one platform not only maximizes liquidity across the creator-consumer marketplace, but affords the company more power across brand (e.g. Rec Room is the sole brand, not "Rec Room on xbox/steam/VR/etc") and central economic control. Links: Our "Part I" episode with Nick on Rec Room's seed round: https://www.acquired.fm/episodes/season-2-episode-2raising-a-seed-round-with-against-gravity-ceo-nick-fajt Rec Room! https://recroom.com Carve Outs: Invent and Wander: https://www.amazon.com/Invent-Wander-Collected-Writings-Introduction-ebook/dp/B08BCCT6MW/ Resonant Arc on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzWAEPDGiY34bGpwM_DWmA How The Economic Machine Works by Ray Dalio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHe0bXAIuk0
Today, Kathy continues her conversation with Sondra Kronberg, MS, RD, CDN, CEDRD-S, as they dive further into Sondra’s special free Saturday morning program that is broadcast over the internet for everyone to listen, watch, learn, connect, and participate, which is called Morningside Chats in the Living.