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The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 11.30.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 62:13


Video: Peterson Tells Millennials Why They CAN'T Change The World.. (8:03) “WATCH OUT! It started…” – Peter Schiff's Last WARNING (10:07) So THIS is how they plan to screw these companies, from inside out | Redacted with Clayton Morris (2:48) Higher vitamin C levels associated with lower mortality risk during 16-year period Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, November 25, 2022 A study reported in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health has uncovered an association between higher plasma vitamin C levels and a lower risk of mortality during more than 16 years of follow-up. The study included 473 men and 475 women between the ages of 53 and 84 who were enrolled in the General Population Nutrition Intervention Trial (NIT) cohort in Linxian, China. Plasma samples collected from 1999 to 2000 were analyzed for vitamin C levels. During the 16.4-year follow-up period, among subjects whose plasma vitamin C concentrations were among the top 25%, the adjusted risk of dying from any cause during follow-up was 25% lower than the risk experienced by subjects whose vitamin C levels were among the lowest quarter. Those whose plasma vitamin C levels were among the highest 25% had an adjusted risk of dying from cancer or stroke that was 28% lower and a risk of dying from heart disease that was 35% lower than subjects whose levels were lowest. When subjects with low vitamin C levels (defined as 28 micromoles per liter or below) and normal levels (greater than 28 micromoles per liter) were compared, a normal level was associated with a 23% lower risk of premature mortality and a 38% lower risk of dying from heart disease, in comparison with low levels. As a possible reason for their findings, Shao-Ming Wang and colleagues note that oxidative stress is lowered by vitamin C. Oxidative stress can promote endothelial dysfunction that underlies heart disease by increasing inflammation and lipid peroxidation and decreasing nitric oxide availability. Oxidative stress also causes DNA damage associated with cancer.”This study is the first to find the general benefits for higher plasma vitamin C concentrations on total and cause-specific mortalities, including cancer and heart diseases, in a long-term prospective cohort from China,” the authors announce. “In this long-term prospective Chinese cohort study, higher plasma vitamin C concentration was associated with lower total mortality, heart disease mortality, and cancer mortality. Our results corroborate the importance of adequate vitamin C to human health.” (next) Cauliflower Prevent Various Cancers: Thanks to Sulforaphane Compounds Rugters University, November 19, 2022 Cauliflower contains glucosinolates and thiocyanates — both sulfur-containing phytonutrients that cleanse the body of damaging free radicals. It also contains a substance called sulforaphane (SFN), a compound known to inhibit the occurrence of some cancers in rats caused by carcinogens, primarily colon cancer. In the Rutger's research, it was found once again that diet does matter in cancer prevention: “Our research has substantiated the connection between diet and cancer prevention, and it is now clear that the expression of cancer-related genes can be influenced by chemopreventive compounds in the things we eat,” said Kong, a professor of pharmaceutics in the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. In this particular study, mice fed a diet high in sulforaphane, the substance naturally occurring in cauliflower and broccoli, enjoyed fewer cancerous tumors, polyps, and smaller tumors in their colons. After three weeks, the mice fed sulforaphane had a 25% decline in tumors and those given double the dose had a 47% decrease in cancerous tumors. The results are obvious, “Our results showed that SFN produced its cancer preventive effects in the mice by inducing apoptosis (programmed cell death) and inhibiting proliferation of the tumors; however, it was not clear what mechanism SFN employs to accomplish this,” Kong said. Kong's team found that SFN suppressed certain enzymes or kinases that are highly expressed both in the mice and in patients with colon cancer. The researchers concluded that this enzymatic suppression activity is the likely basis for the chemopreventive effects of SFN. Along with cauliflower's high levels of SFN, it is also a powerful antioxidant with high levels of vitamin C and vitamin A, also known as cancer inhibitors. Researchers also believe that if you consume cauliflower and turmeric spice together, you can prevent or eradicate prostate cancer totally. The scientists, once again from Rutger's, tested turmeric and it's active compound known as curcumin along with phenethyl isothiocyanate (PEITC), a naturally occurring substance in certain vegetables such as watercress, cabbage, winter cress, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, cauliflower, kohlrabi and turnips. They found cancer-preventative qualities in the duo. (next) Increasing protein intake by 25 g a day could help women reduce hip fracture risk by up to 14% University of Leeds (UK), November 28, 2022 Increasing intake of protein and drinking regular cups of tea or coffee is one way women could reduce their risk of suffering a hip fracture, according to new research. Food scientists at the University of Leeds in the UK have found that for women, a 25 g a day increase in protein was associated with, on average, a 14% reduction in their risk of hip fracture. In a surprise twist, they also discovered that every additional cup of tea or coffee they drank was linked with a 4% reduction in risk. Writing in the journal Clinical Nutrition, the researchers noted that the protective benefits were greater for women who were underweight, with a 25 g/day increase in protein reducing their risk by 45%. The investigation—”Foods, nutrients and hip fracture risk: A prospective study of middle-aged women”—is based on a large observational analysis of more than 26,000 women. As an observational study, the researchers were able to identify associations between factors in diet and health. They could not single out direct cause and effect. “Diet is a factor that people can modify to protect themselves by maintaining healthy bones and muscles. This study is one of the first to investigate relationships between food and nutrient intakes and risk of hip fracture, with hip fractures accurately identified through hospital records.” The recommended protein intake in the UK is 0.8 g per kilogram of bodyweight per day, a limit some nutritional experts believe is too low. As the study revealed, people who had a higher protein consumption had a reduction in the risk of hip fracture. However, intakes of protein which are very high—where intake is greater than 2 to 3 g of protein/kg body weight/day—can have negative health effects. The study was not able to explore these very high protein intake levels. Professor Janet Cade, who leads the Nutritional Epidemiology Group at Leeds and supervised the research, said, “In the UK most people eat an adequate amount of protein, however, certain groups, such as vegetarians or vegans need to check that their protein intakes are high enough for good health.”Tea and coffee both contain biologically active compounds called polyphenols and phytoestrogens which may help to maintain bone health. Professor Cade added, “This is an interesting finding given that tea and coffee are the UK's favorite drinks. We still need to know more about how these drinks could affect bone health but it might be through promoting the amount of calcium present in our bones.” (next) Mindfulness meditation trumps placebo in pain reduction Wake Forest Medical Center – November 11, 2022 Scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have found new evidence that mindfulness meditation reduces pain more effectively than placebo. This is significant because placebo-controlled trials are the recognized standard for demonstrating the efficacy of clinical and pharmacological treatments. The research, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, showed that study participants who practiced mindfulness meditation reported greater pain relief than placebo. Significantly, brain scans showed that mindfulness meditation produced very different patterns of activity than those produced by placebo to reduce pain. “We were completely surprised by the findings,” said Fadel Zeidan, Ph.D., assistant professor of neurobiology and anatomy at Wake Forest Baptist and lead investigator of the study. “While we thought that there would be some overlap in brain regions between meditation and placebo, the findings from this study provide novel and objective evidence that mindfulness meditation reduces pain in a unique fashion.”Pain was induced by using a thermal probe to heat a small area of the participants' skin to 49 degrees Centigrade (120.2 degrees Fahrenheit), a level of heat most people find very painful. Study participants then rated pain intensity (physical sensation) and pain unpleasantness (emotional response). The participants' brains were scanned with arterial spin labeling magnetic resonance imaging (ASL MRI) before and after their respective four-day group interventions. The mindfulness meditation group reported that pain intensity was reduced by 27 percent and by 44 percent for the emotional aspect of pain. In contrast, the placebo cream reduced the sensation of pain by 11 percent and emotional aspect of pain by 13 percent. “The MRI scans showed for the first time that mindfulness meditation produced patterns of brain activity that are different than those produced by the placebo cream,” Zeidan said. Mindfulness meditation reduced pain by activating brain regions (orbitofrontal and anterior cingulate cortex) associated with the self-control of pain while the placebo cream lowered pain by reducing brain activity in pain-processing areas (secondary somatosensory cortex). Another brain region, the thalamus, was deactivated during mindfulness meditation, but was activated during all other conditions. This brain region serves as a gateway that determines if sensory information is allowed to reach higher brain centers. By deactivating this area, mindfulness meditation may have caused signals about pain to simply fade away, Zeidan said. Mindfulness meditation also was significantly better at reducing pain intensity and pain unpleasantness than the placebo meditation. The placebo-meditation group had relatively small decreases in pain intensity (9 percent) and pain unpleasantness (24 percent). The study findings suggest that placebo meditation may have reduced pain through a relaxation effect that was associated with slower breathing. “This study is the first to show that mindfulness meditation is mechanistically distinct and produces pain relief above and beyond the analgesic effects seen with either placebo cream or sham meditation,” Zeidan said. “Based on our findings, we believe that as little as four 20-minute daily sessions of mindfulness meditation could enhance pain treatment in a clinical setting. However, given that the present study examined healthy, pain-free volunteers, we cannot generalize our findings to chronic pain patients at this time. (next) Shaking less salt on your food at the table could reduce heart disease risk Researchers found a link between a lower frequency of dietary salt and a reduced CVD risk Tulane University, November 27, 2022 Adding additional salt to foods at a lower frequency is associated with a reduced risk of heart disease, heart failure and ischemic heart disease, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Even among those following a DASH-style diet, behavioral interventions to lessen salt consumption could further improve heart health. “Overall, we found that people who don't shake on a little additional salt to their foods very often had a much lower risk of heart disease events, regardless of lifestyle factors and pre-existing disease,” said Lu Qi, MD, Regents Distinguished Chair at the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine at Tulane University in New Orleans. “We also found that when patients combine a DASH diet with a low frequency of adding salt, they had the lowest heart disease risk. This is meaningful as reducing additional salt to food, not removing salt entirely, is an incredibly modifiable risk factor that we can hopefully encourage our patients to make without much sacrifice.” In the current study, the authors evaluated whether the frequency of adding salt to foods was linked with incident heart disease risk in 176,570 participants from the UK Biobank. The study also examined the association between the frequency of adding salt to foods and the DASH diet as it relates to heart disease risk. The study used a questionnaire at baseline to collect data on the frequency of adding salt to foods, not including salt used in cooking. Participants were also asked if they had made any major changes to their diet in the last 5 years, as well as complete 1-5 rounds of 24-hour dietary recalls over a three-year period. The DASH-style diet was developed to prevent hypertension by limiting consumption of red and processed meats and focusing on vegetables, fruit, whole grains, low-fat dairy, nuts, and legumes. While the DASH diet has yielded benefits in relation to reducing cardiovascular disease risk, a recent clinical trial found that combining the DASH diet with sodium reduction was more beneficial for certain cardiac biomarkers, including cardiac injury, strain, and inflammation. The researchers calculated a modified DASH score that did not consider sodium intake based on seven foods and nutrients that were emphasized or deemphasized in the DASH-style diet. Overall, study participants with a lower frequency of adding salt to foods were more likely to be women; white; have a lower body mass index; more likely to have moderate alcohol consumption; less likely to be current smokers; and more physically active. They also had a higher prevalence of high blood pressure and chronic kidney disease, but a lower prevalence of cancer. These participants were also more likely to adhere to a DASH-style diet and consumed more fruits, vegetables, nuts and legumes, whole grains, low-fat dietary but less sugar-sweetened drinks or red/processed meats than those with a higher frequency of adding salt to foods. The researchers found the association of adding salt to foods with heart disease risk was stronger in participants of lower socioeconomic status, as well as in current smokers. A higher modified DASH diet score was associated with lower risk of heart disease events. (next) Ten minutes of aerobic exercise with exposure therapy found to reduce PTSD symptoms University of New South Wales, November 25, 2022 Exposure therapy is one of the leading treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but up to a half of all patients don't respond to it. But now a study led by UNSW Sydney psychologists has found that augmenting the therapy with 10 minutes of aerobic exercise has led to patients reporting greater reduction to PTSD symptom severity six months after the nine-week treatment ended. In the first known single-blind randomized control trial of its kind, researchers in Sydney recruited 130 adults with clinically diagnosed PTSD and assigned them to two groups. People in both groups received nine 90-minute exposure therapy sessions. At the end of each session, one group was put through 10 minutes of aerobic exercises, while members of the control group were given 10 minutes of passive stretching. People in the aerobic exercise group on average reported lower severity of PTSD symptoms—as measured on the CAPS-2 scale—than those who had their exposure therapy augmented by stretching exercises at the six-month follow-up. Interestingly, there were no clear differences between the two groups one week after the treatment program ended, suggesting the benefits take time to develop. The findings were reported in The Lancet Psychiatry.

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast
Buitenlandse Zaken: Klimaatflop in Egypte, een rematch in de VS

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 51:37


In deze Buitenlandse Zaken: de klimaattop in Sharm-el-Sheik was een mislukking, of toch niet? Jaap Tielbeke legt het uit en stelt de centrale vraag: moeten we nog wel met dit soort overleggen doorgaan? Casper Thomas en Rutger van der Hoeven luisteren naar de Duitse kanselier Scholz in China: heeft hij nou iets opgestoken van de oorlog in Oekraïne of niet? En in de VS bleef de verwachte zegetocht van de Republikeinen bij de midtermverkiezingen uit. Waarom, en betekent dit dat Donald Trump politiek in de problemen zit? Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Something You Should Know
SYSK Choice: The Good and Bad in Human Nature & Let's Rethink Your Daily Routine

Something You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 51:23


People didn't always eat cereal for breakfast. In fact, the idea really didn't catch on until the 1940s and 1950s. So, where and how did they idea start? And how did it get so popular? This episode reveals the answers to these questions plus I explain how popcorn was really the first breakfast cereal. Source: David Hoffman, author of The Breakfast Cereal Gourmet (https://amzn.to/35UKIpr) Are humans inherently good or evil? Are we naturally inclined to be kind or are we more likely to act in our own self-interest? Historian Rutger Bregman joins me to take a serious look at human nature and how it sets us apart from other animals. Rutger is the author of Humankind: A Hopeful History (https://amzn.to/3fzk09e) and he has some great insight into what makes us tick. Think about all the decisions you make during a day. For instance, you decide when to have your first cup of coffee, whether to sit or stand, what to drink and what to eat – or not eat. All these things collectively make up your daily routine. And that routine can have an impact on your health and wellbeing. Stuart Farrimond, M.D. is here to explain how these little daily decisions matter and how you can optimize them to stay healthy and happy. Stuart is the author of Live Your Best Life: 162 Reasons to Rethink Your Daily Routine (https://amzn.to/2HpS0s0). Is the meat people eat okay to give to dogs? After all, a lot of people give their dogs meat. But should you do it or could it cause harm to your dog? Listen as I explore this question as well as explain what your dog thinks about all day long. Source: Paulette Cooper-Noble author of Dog Secrets: Fun & Fascinating Things Your Dogs Wants You To Know (https://amzn.to/2KBskd9) PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! Go to https://CozyEarth.com/SOMETHING to SAVE 35% now!  All backed by a 100-Night Sleep Guarantee. First Alert would like you to know that along with alarms, fire extinguishers are essential. Make sure to place fire extinguishers on every level and in common spaces like the kitchen and know how to use them. For more information on fire safety products, safety tips and educational activities you can do at home with your family visit https://www.firstalert.com https://www.geico.com Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Let's Talk Penn State
2022 Week 13: It's Jimmy Time! Let's Finish Strong & Beat MSU!

Let's Talk Penn State

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 46:04


Tim & Steve talk about Jimmy's performance in a big win over Rutger. We also look ahead to the mighty Spartans.

Sweden Rolls
Mörk Borg ep 4 "Old Friends"

Sweden Rolls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 91:12


In this thrilling conclusion we find out what happens to Rutger and Bjorna!We're an award winning actual play podcast where professional actors in Sweden play the best of Swedish RPGs! Led by Mattias we play Mörk Borg, a game by Pelle Nilsson and Stockholm Kartell.Starring: Ingela Lundh, Anneli Heed and Jakob Hultcrantz Hansson.Game master: Mattias RedboMusic by: Andreas Lundström, check him out at https://soundcloud.com/rpgpodcaster

De Rudi & Freddie Show
Frauderende cryptomiljardair, #aribgate en het Belastingplan 2023

De Rudi & Freddie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 48:31


Luisteraars! Vanwege gierende hoestbuien van Jesse kon de vorige Rudi & Freddie Show niet doorgaan. Daarmee is er vier weken aan content gehamsterd, die we nu in één podcast over je gaan uitstorten. Te beginnen met ons bezoek aan de EA Global Rotterdam-conferentie. EA staat voor effectief altruïsme, een club mensen die bezig is met nadenken over hoe je zoveel mogelijk goed kunt doen voor de wereld. Kun je cynisch over doen, maar het was eigenlijk hartstikke mooi! Veel mensen ontmoet die oprecht goede ideeën hebben over goed doen. Daar hebben we het over. Helaas moeten we het dan ook hebben over het feit dat dit waarschijnlijk onze laatste all-inclusive uitnodiging voor een EA-conferentie was. Eén van de grote geldschieters van EA was namelijk Sam Bankman-Fried, tot een paar maanden geleden een miljardair met een cryptobeurs, maar naar nu blijkt: een loeiende fraudeur (oh ironie). Verder: de kwestie Arib. Vorige week vertrok bijna de hele ambtelijke top van de Tweede Kamer nadat zij zich in de kou gezet voelden door de politiek en de pers. En daar hebben ze groot gelijk in. Met stijgende verbazing keek Jesse naar de berichtgeving over het onderzoek naar oud-Kamervoorzitter Khadija Arib. Tot slot: het Belastingplan 2023. Er is wat aan het schuiven in het belastingdebat. De huidige staatssecretaris lijkt redelijk serieus over het afschaffen van overbodige fiscale regelingen. Er sneuvelen er nogal wat in het volgende Belastingplan. De vraag is nu of hij even enthousiast blijft als het gaat over negatief beoordeelde regelingen als de bedrijfsopvolgingsfaciliteit (waardoor vaak vermogende nazaten van bedrijfseigenaren vrijwel belastingvrij een erfenis kunnen ontvangen) of de landbouwvrijstelling (een vrijstelling op de winst op agrarische grond voor boeren). Leesvoer bij deze aflevering: • Hij kwam weer eens voorbij, onze aflevering over effectief altruïsme. Nog één keertje dan, mocht je hem gemist hebben: Een modale Nederlander behoort tot de rijkste 3,5 procent van de wereld. Waarom geven we toch zo weinig aan goede doelen? (https://corr.es/d00437) • Je kunt het niet hebben over het effectief altruïsme zonder de naam William MacAskill te laten vallen. Wij tipten Doing Good Better, zijn meest bekende en invloedrijke boek. (https://corr.es/d4e60e) • We hadden het ook over belastingen. Een onderwerp waar onze eigen Jesse al vrij wat stukken over geschreven heeft. Voor de liefhebber: Belastingen: makkelijker kunnen we het maar niet maken (https://corr.es/53bda6) en Dit honderd jaar oude belastingvoordeeltje voor boeren kost ons nog steeds miljarden (en is nergens goed voor). (https://corr.es/587ceb) • Eerder sprak Jesse in een Freddie zonder Rudi Show met onderzoeker Wouter Leenders over hoe de superrijken in Nederland nauwelijks belasting betalen: Deze onderzoeker neemt je mee langs de fiscale sluiproutes van de superrijken. (https://corr.es/991613) • En we hadden een nieuw boek te promoten! Arjen van Veelen schreef Rotterdam. Een boek over het Leven, zoals Rutger het samenvatte. Je bestelt het in onze eigen kiosk. (https://corr.es/0f8675)

Let's Talk Penn State
2022 Week 12: Give Drew the Game, We Talk to Rutger(s)

Let's Talk Penn State

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 55:30


It's time. Give Drew the Game. Tim and Steve talk a little Maryland, preview our future playoff world, talk to real Rutgers in the world, and say why it's time to Give Drew the Game.

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast
Waarom de Fifa nog steeds corrupt is

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 37:48


Het zou allemaal anders worden. Nadat de Fifa in 2016 werd ontmaskerd als een door en door corrupte organisatie, beloofde de voetbalbond er alles aan te doen om zich opnieuw uit te vinden. Onder leiding van de nieuwe voorzitter Gianni Infantino moesten er hervormingen worden doorgevoerd die de Fifa eerlijker en transparanter zouden maken. Dat viel tegen: de ene corrupte bestuurder werd ingewisseld voor de andere, de zelfverrijking ging door. Waarom slaagt de Fifa er niet in zichzelf te hervormen? Groene-redacteuren Pepijn Keppel en Rutger van der Hoeven zochten het uit. Hoe kan het dat de bond van de populairste sport op aarde nog steeds draait om connecties, geheimhouding en het kopen van loyaliteit? Is de 'Fifa way of business' wel te hervormen zolang de gevestigde belangen zo diep geworteld zijn? En waarom weigert ook de ‘vooruitstrevende' Nederlandse sportbestuurder Michael van Praag het probleem te erkennen?Productie: Kees van den Bosch & Ruben StiftZie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast
Buitenlandse Zaken: Amerika kiest, Engeland doolt

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 47:12


In deze aflevering van Buitenlandse Zaken: de volgende verkiezingen in de VS zijn altijd ‘de belangrijkste ooit'. Maar dit keer is het ook echt waar, vertelt Casper Thomas aan Rutger van der Hoeven. Staat de volgende Democratische Verlosser ergens op het stembiljet? In Brazilië viert Lula zijn verkiezing als president. Is het wel waar dat Brazilianen graag meer inclusie, democratie en respect willen? En: het Verenigd Koninkrijk is de weg flink kwijt na een politiek rampjaar. Zet de nieuwe premier Rishi Sunak nieuwe bakens uit? Patrick van IJzendoorn denkt dat hij ons allemaal kan verrassen. Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Curinos (F)insights
Bonus: Implications for Mortgages as Fed Hikes Rates Again

Curinos (F)insights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 8:19


Director Richard Martin joins host Rutger van Faassen to discuss the state of the mortgage market as the Fed raises interest rates another 75 basis points.

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast
Buitenlandse Zaken: Poetins mobilisatie, Amerika's laatste kans

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 49:05


In deze Buitenlandse Zaken: Ruslands mobilisatie is chaos, ziet Eva Hartog. Poetin probeert zowel honderdduizenden mannen naar het front te sturen als de Russen het gevoel te geven dat de oorlog hun leven niet raakt. Rutger van der Hoeven en Casper Thomas luisteren naar Liz Truss' pogingen om haar talloze critici te framen als ‘de anti-groei-coalitie' – en ontdekken dat zij daar zelf bij horen. Plus: Casper Thomas introduceert zijn nieuwe boek, Amerika's laatste kans, en constateert dat de realiteit in de wereld Bidens ouderwetse visie op de wereld en op de VS weer relevant heeft gemaakt. Keert het tij onder Biden of zet het trumpisme door?De komende jaren zijn allesbepalend: krijgen de Verenigde Staten weer grip op zichzelf of raakt het land verder op drift? Kom naar het Groene Live-evenement, ter lancering van het boek.De Groene Live #29: Democratie in Amerika19 oktober om 20:00u / Debat / Pakhuis de ZwijgerZie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Wijzer in Verwachting
Rutger & Maartje 3 jaar & 5 jaar ouderschap

Wijzer in Verwachting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 67:50


Luister hoe Maartje Rutger een koekje geeft iedere keer als hij stofzuigt, Tante Tonny Rutger zijn zelfvertrouwen als vader verplettert, de standaarden voor mannen in het ouderschap beduidend lager liggen, Maartje opschuift van begeerlijke vrouw naar een plek onder de parasol bij de oma's, het Joris Luyendijk effect optreedt, Maartje ook een vilein stuk heeft geschreven over het ouderschap, waarom we het daar niet over hebben?!, hoe vet en cool en tof het is om als ouder zo in tune te komen met je kinderen en hoe gelijkwaardig ouderschap rust en ruimte oplevert, een betere relatie tot elkaar en gelukkigere kinderen. World peace... Check de website van eco-feministisch dichter Maartje Smits en schrijf je in voor de nieuwsbrief van schrijver Rutger LemmWil jij je voorbereiden op het ouderschap en dit gelijkwaardig aangaan? Koop dan ons spel en stel elkaar de vragen die je moet stellen vóórdat je ouders wordt. Of zijn jullie al ouders en kan jullie verdeling nog wel eens een goed gesprek gebruiken? Ook voor jullie is het spel ‘gelijkwaardig ouderschap' van waarde. www.drsmama.com/spelWijzer in Verwachting - De Podcast - wordt gemaakt door artsen Bregje Feuth en Mirte Wibaut van Drs Mama. Volg hen op @drs.mama op insta. Hier kun je ook al je vragen en opmerkingen kwijt. Via de link vind je onze online zwangerschapscursus of baby- en kinder EHBO cursus

GeenStijl Daghap
GeenStijl Daghap | 11-1-2022 - Bedankt Rutger!

GeenStijl Daghap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 3:13


Welkom bij de GeenStijl Daghap, waar we je dagelijks op de hoogte houden van het laatste nieuws. Uiteraard met een knipoog! Zo ben je in een paar minuten weer helemaal bij! Met vandaag mooie omroep, bedankt Rutger en wat als werken nou zou lonen. Foute grappen, harde grappen, mislukte grappen, goede grappen. Humor staat onder druk, maar de GeenStijl Daghap wordt nooit gecanceld! Dat komt mede dankzij onze premium-leden! Kom erbij via premium.geenstijl.nl! Doneren mag ook via --> doneer.geenstijl.nl/ Help ons en geef een review in Apple Podcasts en geef ons veel sterren in Spotify! Volg GeenStijl ook via: Website: www.geenstijl.nl Twitter: twitter.com/geenstijl Facebook: www.facebook.com/geenstijlnl Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/geenstijl Instagram: www.instagram.com/geenstijl

Gewoon Homo
Afl 3.2 | Lesbisch met Hanna van Vliet

Gewoon Homo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 37:51


In deze aflevering praten Barry en Danny met actrice Hanna van Vliet.

Gamekings
King Tier #2: Maarten Brands, Tim Walree & Rutger van Dijk

Gamekings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 139:28


Deze talkshow wordt mede mogelijk gemaakt door LG Ultragear. Alle meningen in deze video zijn onze eigen. LG Ultragear heeft inhoudelijk geen inspraak op de content en zien de video net als jullie hier voor het eerst op de site. Welkom bij de tweede editie van King Tier, een talkshow waarin JJ drie gasten uit de gamesindustrie ontvangt die elk een mooi verhaal te vertellen hebben. Op donderdag zenden we de talkshow vanaf 18:30 uur live uit op ons Twitch-kanaal. In het weekend is de nieuwe editie van King Tier voor het gemak ook als video en podcast te bekijken en beluisteren. Elke editie brengt drie spraakmakende gasten In King Tier schuiven er elke editie drie gasten achter de desk aan. Dit keer zullen ze ook allemaal tegelijk aan de tafel zitten. Zodat er nog meer toffe discussies ontstaan. De gasten van vanavond hebben elk een mooi gaming gerelateerd verhaal te vertellen. Maarten Brands is eigenaar van Cook & Becker, een galerie die artwork van games verkoopt. Wat maarten een goede tafelgast maakt, is dat hij in verleden ook pr heeft gedaan voor publishers en zelf ook games heeft uitgegeven. Een ware allrounder dus. Tim Walree is jurist en fervent gamer. Hij heeft studie gedaan naar het consumentenrecht van gamers en kan dus mooi zijn licht laten schijnen op bepaalde zaken die nu spelen. Tot slot is daar Ruben van Dijk die onlangs een Kickstarter begon voor zijn game Oakenfold. Hij komt vertellen hoe zo'n project verloopt. Speciale aanbieding van LG voor kijkers King Tier: 180 euro korting op de 32GQ850-B monitor King Tier wordt mede mogelijk gemaakt door LG UltraGear. De producent van dikke monitoren. Speciaal voor de kijkers van King Tier hebben ze een speciale actie in het leven geroepen. Als je deze week (actie loopt tot donderdag) op de website van LG zelf de 32GQ850-B monitor koopt, dan krijg je als je de code lgultragear_gametier invoert, 180 euro korting. Kun je mooi een week de verwarming van betalen toch!

De Correspondent
Rudi&Freddie Show - Een fulltime carrière bestaat uit 80.000 uur. Hoe kun je die het beste besteden?

De Correspondent

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 46:53


Luisteraars! Hoe verander je de wereld? Als het gaat over een ethisch leven, dan gaat het vaak over wat we allemaal niet meer mogen: niet vliegen, geen vlees eten, misschien zelfs geen kinderen krijgen. Maar als je dan alles goed doet, heb je in het beste geval je persoonlijke impact tot nul gereduceerd – alsof je net zo goed niet had bestaan. Er is een nieuwe beweging van mensen die zichzelf, een tikje pompeus, 'effectieve altruïsten' noemen en die de lat hoger leggen. Zij benadrukken dat mensen uit rijke landen, zoals Nederland, beter kunnen focussen op hoe ze hun twee meest schaarse goederen besteden. In de eerste plaats: je geld. De modale Nederlander behoort al tot de rijkste 3,5 procent van de wereldbevolking, maar gemiddeld geven Nederlanders slechts 0,4 procent van hun inkomen aan goede doelen (waarbij ze doorgaans geen aandacht besteden aan de vraag welke doelen het effectiefst zijn). En in de tweede plaats: je tijd. Een fulltime carrière bestaat uit 80.000 uur (2.000 werkweken) en hoe we die tijd besteden is een van de belangrijkste beslissingen van ons leven. Effectief altruïsten hebben een systeem bedacht om te onderzoeken hoe je die tijd het best kan besteden – hoe ziet een moreel ambitieuze carrière eruit? Leesvoer bij deze aflevering: • Wil je meer weten over de bullshitbanen (en of jij er een hebt)? Eerder spraken we econoom Robert Dur hierover: een serieus gesprek over mensen met bullshitbanen(https://corr.es/52923c). • We noemden nog meer Rudi & Freddie-klassiekers! Zo hadden we het over een aflevering waarin we met oud-Kamerlid Bart Snels spraken (https://corr.es/abbad6). Ook ons gesprek over het effectief altruïsme zal je bekend in de oren klinken. Dat vind je hier (https://corr.es/790e69). • Het betreffende artikel van Rutger, waar deze aflevering op gebaseerd is, kun je vinden op De Correspondent met de zeer confronterende titel: 'Nee, je bent niet goed zoals je bent'. (https://corr.es/e19009) Zoals altijd geldt: deel je ideeën en vragen hier op De Correspondent of mail ons op rudienfreddieshow@decorrespondent.nl

De Rudi & Freddie Show
Een fulltime carrière bestaat uit 80.000 uur. Hoe kun je die het beste besteden?

De Rudi & Freddie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 46:53


Luisteraars! Hoe verander je de wereld? Als het gaat over een ethisch leven, dan gaat het vaak over wat we allemaal niet meer mogen: niet vliegen, geen vlees eten, misschien zelfs geen kinderen krijgen. Maar als je dan alles goed doet, heb je in het beste geval je persoonlijke impact tot nul gereduceerd – alsof je net zo goed niet had bestaan. Er is een nieuwe beweging van mensen die zichzelf, een tikje pompeus, 'effectieve altruïsten' noemen en die de lat hoger leggen. Zij benadrukken dat mensen uit rijke landen, zoals Nederland, beter kunnen focussen op hoe ze hun twee meest schaarse goederen besteden. In de eerste plaats: je geld. De modale Nederlander behoort al tot de rijkste 3,5 procent van de wereldbevolking, maar gemiddeld geven Nederlanders slechts 0,4 procent van hun inkomen aan goede doelen (waarbij ze doorgaans geen aandacht besteden aan de vraag welke doelen het effectiefst zijn). En in de tweede plaats: je tijd. Een fulltime carrière bestaat uit 80.000 uur (2.000 werkweken) en hoe we die tijd besteden is een van de belangrijkste beslissingen van ons leven. Effectief altruïsten hebben een systeem bedacht om te onderzoeken hoe je die tijd het best kan besteden – hoe ziet een moreel ambitieuze carrière eruit? Leesvoer bij deze aflevering: • Wil je meer weten over de bullshitbanen (en of jij er een hebt)? Eerder spraken we econoom Robert Dur hierover: een serieus gesprek over mensen met bullshitbanen(https://corr.es/52923c). • We noemden nog meer Rudi & Freddie-klassiekers! Zo hadden we het over een aflevering waarin we met oud-Kamerlid Bart Snels spraken (https://corr.es/abbad6). Ook ons gesprek over het effectief altruïsme zal je bekend in de oren klinken. Dat vind je hier (https://corr.es/790e69). • Het betreffende artikel van Rutger, waar deze aflevering op gebaseerd is, kun je vinden op De Correspondent met de zeer confronterende titel: 'Nee, je bent niet goed zoals je bent'. (https://corr.es/e19009) Zoals altijd geldt: deel je ideeën en vragen hier op De Correspondent of mail ons op rudienfreddieshow@decorrespondent.nl

Gewoon Homo
Afl. 3.0 | We zijn (er) queer!!

Gewoon Homo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 23:53


We zijn er weer!! Na 1,5 jaar afwezigheid zijn Barry en Danny weer terug met een nieuw seizoen. In deze aflevering blikken vooruit op het derde seizoen. Klik hier voor meer informatie over het Shine Netwerk van PwC en hier om meer te lezen over wat The Student Hotel tijdens de Pride heeft gedaan. Volg of abonneer jezelf op onze podcast om niks te hoeven missen. ‘Gewoon Homo' is mede mogelijk gemaakt door PwC Nederland en OUTtv en is opgenomen in The Student Hotel.

Gewoon Homo
Afl. 3.1 | Gevlucht met Oleksandr

Gewoon Homo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 30:59


In deze aflevering praten Barry en Danny met Oleksandr die is gevlucht uit de Oekraïne omdat hij homo is. Voor meer informatie over het UAF klik hier.

Morning  Juice
Morning Juice September 28, 2022

Morning Juice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 125:43


The Buckeyes are getting ready for Rutger, we played some sound from Ryan Day's press conference. Adam Jardy from The Columbus Dispatch was on at 6:33 to tell us about this new Ohio State basketball team. Steve Helwagen was on at 7:33 to talk more about Buckeye football and what the rest of the season will look like for the Badgers coming off the loss. The Reds are still a mess under their current ownership. The Guardians are still celebrating its division title. Jensen Lewis was on at 8:33.

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast
Buitenlandse Zaken: Fascisme in Italië? En de toekomst van conservatief Amerika

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 51:40


In deze aflevering van de podcast Buitenlandse Zaken: Anne Branbergen analyseert de overwinning van de neofascistische Fratelli d'Italia (Broeders van Italië) in de Italiaanse verkiezingen. Hoe kwam Italië hier en wat is er van de partij te verwachten? Rutger van der Hoeven en Casper Thomas leggen president Poetins besluit onder de loep om militaire mobilisatie af te kondigen in Rusland. En ze bespreken de Republikeinse Partij in de Verenigde Staten anno 2022: is er nog een conservatieve kern in de partij die losstaat van Trump, of heeft de ooit deftige politieke partij daar vooral een grote leegte? Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Gewoon Homo
Trailer | Seizoen 3

Gewoon Homo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 0:45


Vanaf 3 oktober verschijnt er elke maandag een nieuwe aflevering van 'Gewoon Homo'. Een podcast waarin Barry Beijer en Danny Houtkooper praten met diverse gasten uit ons prachtige 'regenboogalfabet'. Volg of abonneer jezelf op onze podcast om niks te hoeven missen. ‘Gewoon Homo' is mede mogelijk gemaakt door PwC Nederland en OUTtv en is opgenomen in The Student Hotel.

Curinos (F)insights
Bonus: Latest Fed Rise Puts Spotlight on Deposit “Haves” and “Have-Nots”

Curinos (F)insights

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 10:40


Director Peter Serene joins host Rutger van Faassen to discuss the latest Fed rate hike and the need for scenario planning. 

Genesis The Podcast
Looking back, and ahead, at violence against women: Part 2

Genesis The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 37:06


A 2-part series with researcher, educator, and licensed psychologist Dr. Lenore Walker who coined the term "battered woman syndrome." Dr. Walker has spent more than 4 decades investigating violence against women, publishing peer-reviewed research and authoring several books including "The Battered Woman Syndrome" now in its 4th edition.Together we explore the progress and pitfalls in the domestic violence movement since the 1980s including the emergence of advocacy and shelters for survivors, the evolution of psychotherapy for PTSD and trauma, and the work of the family court system. In part 2, we dive into her controversial work for the defense during the OJ Simpson trial and how that experience led to breakthroughs for domestic violence research findings, publications, prosecutions and how we talk about domestic violence.Dr. Lenore Walker is a licensed psychologist in several states and Board Certified in Clinical Psychology and in Couples and Family Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. She has practiced all over the U.S. and in several other countries around the world. She earned her doctoral degree in psychology from Rutger's, The State University in N.J. in 1972 after attaining an M.S. in Psychology from City College of the City University of New York (CCNY) in 1967 and a B.A. from Hunter College of CCNY in 1962. In 2004, she earned an M.S. in Clinical Psychopharmacology from Nova Southeastern University. She is a retired professor of psychology at Nova Southeastern University and the author of multiple articles and books, including her most recent novel, "Madness to Murder."

Bright Podcast
'Elektrische auto kan energiecrisis verlichten'

Bright Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 54:28


Onze automan Rutger Middendorp is te gast, want er is veel te bespreken. Niet de review van de iPhone 14, die staat op ons YouTube-kanaal. Nee, vandaag hebben we het onder meer over Bright op Banden, zoals het Formule E-item dat Rutger voor ons maakte. Verder presenteert hij de komende weken de Stroomcursus over elektrisch rijden. Ook bespreken we de nieuwe Volkswagen ID Buzz en de BMW i4. En in welke nieuwe stekkerauto's gaat Rutger de komende tijd rijden?Tips uit deze aflevering:App: Wallaroo, een wallpaper-app van The Iconfactory. Leuk voor op je nieuwe iOS 16-lockscreen. Wallaroo toont mooie wallpapers, die precies passen op het scherm van je iPhone. Mooi onderverdeeld in allerlei categorieën, die elke week worden aangevuld. Je krijgt er een paar gratis, voor meer moet je een abonnement afsluiten.Boek: This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends van Nicole Perlroth. Deze verslaggever cybersecurity van The New York Times vertelt innemend over de nogal enge ondergrondse handel in cyberwapens. Geen ontploffingen, maar een wereldwijde black-out is waar we voor moeten vrezen.Review: iPhone 14, 14 Pro en 14 Pro Max. Erwin heeft drie van de vier nieuwe iPhones alweer een paar dagen in huis; de 14 Plus volgt later. In zijn review geeft hij elke iPhone-bezitter advies: kopen, of juist nog even wachten?Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

#Sparpodden
Fastighetsaktien Rutger Arnhult köper - Sparpodden 462

#Sparpodden

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 51:16


Veckans gäst är Rutger Arnhult, vd på Castellum. Vi får höra om elpriser och dess påverkan på fastighetsbranschen. Det bjuds även på en inblick i olika fastighetssegment och hur de mår just nu med höjd ränta. Rutger Arnhult tar upp uppköpet av Kungsleden och hur väl bolaget integrerats i Castellums verksamhet. Hur framtidens kontor ser ut efter pandemin är ett ämne som engagerar Rutger Arnhult som delar med sig av sina framtidsspaningar.

Luisterrijk luisterboeken
De Tijdmachine

Luisterrijk luisterboeken

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 3:00


Rutger, Thomas en Paco worden in De Tijdmachine door de katachtige Professnor naar het verleden gestuurd. Hoe komen ze weer terug in het nu?Uitgegeven door Kosmos UitgeversSpreker(s): Thomas van Grinsven, Rutger Vink

Genesis The Podcast
Looking back, and ahead, at violence against women: Part 1

Genesis The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 32:43


A 2-part series with researcher, educator, and licensed psychologist Dr. Lenore Walker who coined the term "battered woman syndrome." Dr. Walker has spent more than 4 decades investigating violence against women, publishing peer-reviewed research and authoring several books including "The Battered Woman Syndrome" now in its 4th edition.Together we explore the progress and pitfalls in the domestic violence movement since the 1980s including the emergence of advocacy and shelters for survivors, the evolution of psychotherapy for PTSD and trauma, and the work of the family court system. In part 2, we dive into her controversial work for the defense during the OJ Simpson trial and how that experience led to breakthroughs for domestic violence research findings, publications, prosecutions and how we talk about domestic violence.Dr. Lenore Walker is a licensed psychologist in several states and Board Certified in Clinical Psychology and in Couples and Family Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. She has practiced all over the U.S. and in several other countries around the world. She earned her doctoral degree in psychology from Rutger's, The State University in N.J. in 1972 after attaining an M.S. in Psychology from City College of the City University of New York (CCNY) in 1967 and a B.A. from Hunter College of CCNY in 1962. In 2004, she earned an M.S. in Clinical Psychopharmacology from Nova Southeastern University. She is a retired professor of psychology at Nova Southeastern University and the author of multiple articles and books, including her most recent novel, "Madness to Murder."

Blockchain Won't Save the World
S2E20 - Season 2 Finale - The Roast of The Metaverse

Blockchain Won't Save the World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 67:00


“The Metaverse is Bullshit if you don't solve a problem”... This and much more from some very knowledgeable experts who are building real Metaverse propositions today, as well as a closer look at legal, accessibility and diversity considerations for how we may spend our digital lives in future... We LOVE a roast on Blockchain Won't Save the World, and this just may be our best roast yet! I'm joined by Rutger van Zuidam (Odyssey Momentum), Keir Finlow-Bates (Orthoverse.io, Blockchain Wizard), Irina Heaver (Lawyer and Blockchain VC), Mauricio Magaldi (11:FS, BlockDrops) and newcomer Giselle Mota (NFTY Collective) who share their thoughts on: - What is the Metaverse (and what it should not be)? - What does it take to build a Metaverse? - What advice would you give to others starting out in the Metaverse? - How should we think about accessibility, diversity and inclusion in the Metaverse? - What are the worst Metaverse initiatives you've seen, and why? - Why we don't need pockets and roofs in the Metaverse, and - Skeuomorphism. Lots of skeuomorphism... I promise, but the end of this episode you will look at the Metaverse, and the concept of digital virtual collaboration in a whole different light. It's been one hell of a season, and this is the perfect way to bring it to a close. Thanks to every single listener and guest who have made the Blockchain Won't Save the World Podcast so successful, and who have brought our amazing community together over the past few years.

A Podcast of Biblical Proportions
Clash of Civilizations: Hebrews vs Hellenists

A Podcast of Biblical Proportions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 37:22


When the Hebrew Maccabees clash with the Hellenistic Seleucides, they don't realize that they hail from cultures that have been evolving separately for 3500 years. They also don't realize how much their conflict made them more entrenched in their respective cultures. Check out Gil's and Rutger's podcast: As Depicted on Film.Join the Tribe! Support our podcast on Patreon! Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Fan2Fan Podcast - A Conversation Between Fans About Movies, Comics, TV, Video Games, Toys, Cartoons, And All Things Pop Cultu

We're talking about Bladerunner in this episode of the Fan2Fan Podcast! Bernie and Markisan discuss the 1982 sci-fi classic directed by Ridley Scott. They go over when they first saw the movie, casting, themes, the multiple versions of the film, Bladerunner 2049, the film's legacy, and more.   For more info about the Fan2Fan Podcast, visit: https://linktr.ee/fan2fan

Curinos (F)insights
Episode 02: The Decline of Overdraft Fees

Curinos (F)insights

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 20:58 Transcription Available


Curinos' Olivia Lui talks to Rutger about overdraft and research into its uses.

Sports Rehab Experts with Chase Chavez
Bobby Curtis - Rutgers University

Sports Rehab Experts with Chase Chavez

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 29:10


Rutger's University PT/ATC, Bobby Curtis talks about how you can turn perceived misses into opportunities to grow and better yourself as a clinician on this week's podcast Follow Sports Rehab Experts on social media and all available listening platforms: https://linktr.ee/sportsrehabexperts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sportsrehabexperts/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sportsrehabexp1 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpv1TC9HnfsNX7CU0IovbgQ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sports-rehab-experts/support

Yahoo Sports College Podcast
Texas chicanery in the first coaches poll, WR coach scandal at Oklahoma & the great space chorizo caper

Yahoo Sports College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 55:31 Very Popular


The first coaches poll of the preseason dropped Monday morning and at first, there weren't many surprises. Alabama, Ohio State & Georgia make a lot of sense 1-2-3. But then you move further down the list and Texas is at 18!? Dan Wetzel is joined by SI's Pat Forde & Ross Dellenger to investigate the ridiculousness at the bottom of the AFCA's latest poll & which suspicious characters could most likely be the sad, strange culprit who voted Texas number one overall.Later, the guys break down the recent news from Norman, Oklahoma, as WR coach Cale Gundy resigned amid controversy of using racially charged words multiple times in a film session with players.Afterwards, Pat, Ross & Dan talk about the curious case of the Rutgers LB who was denied a sixth playing year due some technicalities, Rutger's surprise appearance in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl and a series of events most likely out of his control.Finally, they close out the podcast discussing the French scientist who passed off a piece of chorizo as a photo of Proxima Centauri & the Louisiana man arrested for catching too many sharks.Stay up to date with the latest college football news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsCFB.Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at yahoosports.com/podcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Give Me Back My Action Movies
Blind Fury - GMBMAM

Give Me Back My Action Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 106:24


You ever just watch a movie with almost zero expectation and it ends up being exactly what you needed at that moment? Well that's what happened to Charlie and Nate for this weeks selection "Blind Fury" starring Rutger Hauer (first appearance on the show!). The guys had an absolute blast watching and then discussing this action/comedy classic, from the fantastic delivery by Hauer, to the best rouges gallery of henchmen even a special appearance by a martial art master, this movie delivers on all fronts. Listen along as both Nate and Charlie slowly descend into chaos at no fault of the movie at all, but were able to compose themselves enough to stay true to the movie. Find out how the guys rated this movie and how much of a blind badass Rutger was in the Body Count....even though he's blind!!! Dont forget to rate and subscribe on your favorite podcast app!

Avon Lake Matters
Avon Lake Matters - Interview with the Avon Lake Public Library's William Rutger, Shea Alltmont, & Sybil Wendling

Avon Lake Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 23:24


Avon Lake Public Library's William Rutger, Shea Alltmont, and Sybil Wendling discuss all of the fun events going on at the library this summer. Upcoming events happening in Avon Lake: Saturday, July 23, 8:30 AM: Ducks-n-Donuts Derby, Ellen Trivanovich Aquatic Center Saturday, July 23, 6:00 PM: Rockin the Rails Concert Series-The Diamond Project at the Beach Park Station Plaza Tuesday, July 26, 7:00 PM: Avon Lake Democrats meeting at The Old Firehouse Community Center Thursday, July 28, 6:00 PM: Vendor Game Night at Klingshirn Winery Thursday, July 28, 6:30 PM: Kiwanis Club Meeting at the Avon Lake Public Library Friday, July 29: Deadline to Apply for Avon Lake's Community Police Academy Saturday, July 30, 10:00 AM: Cleveland Haunt Club's 7th Annual Haunted Garage Sale at Weiss Field Saturday, July 30, 6:00 PM: Avon Lake Friends of the Park's "Summer in Italy Wine Tasting and Dinner” at the Folger Home Sunday, July 31, 6:00 PM: Avon Lake Summer Concert Series - Michael Christopher at Weiss Field For more information about these or future events and meetings, please visit www.AvonLake.org/Events

A Film By...
1986 - The Hitcher

A Film By...

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 59:27


The terror starts the moment he stops.Our limited series, "1986", is celebrating the great Rutger Hauer on a special Friday bonus episode, as we discuss "The Hitcher." Jeff picks up Jason Colvin of the Surely You Can't Be Serious podcast from the roadside to discuss one of the best thrillers of the 80's. Join us as they discuss Rutger's incredible, albeit creepy, ad-libbing, debate the outrageous review given by Siskel & Ebert in 1986, and rank the villainous roles of the late actor.Special thanks to Jason Colvin! Check out www.thesurelypodcast.comwww.afilmbypodcast.comafilmbypodcast@gmail.com@afilmbypodcast on Facebook and Twitter

De Rudi & Freddie Show
Deze onderzoeker neemt je mee langs de fiscale sluiproutes van de superrijken

De Rudi & Freddie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 69:32


Luisteraars! Ik (Jesse) was op vakantie, Rutger is op vakantie, dus eigenlijk hadden we een zomerstop ingelast. Maar die is bij deze weer uitgelast, want ik ga solo nog wat interviews doen. Verwacht van mij gesprekken met gasten die sowieso een introductie behoeven. Bijvoorbeeld mijn gast in deze aflevering: Wouter Leenders, bezig met promoveren aan de Universiteit van Californië en connaisseur van de Nederlandse belastingpolitiek. Leenders is eigenlijk de lokale franchisenemer van Thomas Piketty: wat Piketty deed voor Frankrijk en de VS – ongelijkheid in kaart brengen –, dat doet hij voor Nederland. Zo schreef Leenders samen met een aantal co-auteurs dit jaar een belangwekkend onderzoek over ongelijkheid en herverdeling: wie betaalt er belasting en wie ontvangt de overheidsuitgaven? Spoiler: de rijkste Nederlanders betalen het laagste tarief. Ook deed hij onderzoek naar belastingontduiking. Hij kreeg geanonimiseerde gegevens van de Belastingdienst over spijtoptanten die hun zwarte vermogen op bijvoorbeeld een Zwitserse bankrekening alsnog opgaven. Wie zijn deze belastingfraudeurs? En we hebben het over expatregelingen. Europese landen beconcurreren elkaar om schaars personeel door fiscale douceurtjes aan te bieden voor veelverdieners die naar hun land komen. In Nederland kunnen buitenlandse veelverdieners bijvoorbeeld 30 procent van hun inkomen belastingvrij krijgen als ze hier komen werken. Nog leuker: zij hoeven – om onnavolgbare redenen – ook geen belasting te betalen over hun buitenlandse vermogen. Leesvoer bij deze aflevering: • Het rapport Ongelijkheid en herverdeling in Nederland van Arjan Bruil, Celine van Essen, Wouter Leenders, Arjan Lejour, Jan Möhlmann en Simon Rabaté. (https://corr.es/389969) • Het opiniestuk van Vinzenz Ziesemer en Wouter Leenders over Europese expatregelingen. (https://corr.es/a39ebd) • Het onderzoek naar belastingontduiking in Nederland door Wouter Leenders, Arjan Lejour, Simon Rabaté en Maarten van 't Riet. (PDF: https://corr.es/d5a139)

Curinos (F)insights
Episode 01: The Implications of Higher Interest Rates

Curinos (F)insights

Play Episode Play 23 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 23:51 Transcription Available


This month, Rutger van Faassen sits down with Adam Stockton to discuss higher interest rates.

Winnipeg Sports Talk
Episode 340: Free Agency Preview, Rutger McGroarty & PLD Rumors

Winnipeg Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 134:27


Andrew "Hustler" Paterson and Michael Remis discuss the biggest names available when NHL Free Agency opens tomorrow and if the Winnipeg Jets will be active. Guests: Greg Wyshynski of ESPN (21:04), Scott Wheeler of The Athletic (45:09), Winnipeg Jets 2022 1st Round Draft Pick Rutger McGroarty (58:11) and Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press (1:15:52).

Locked On Jets - Daily Podcast On The Winnipeg Jets
The Winnipeg Jets Draft Rutger McGroarty And Brad Lambert

Locked On Jets - Daily Podcast On The Winnipeg Jets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 27:45


On tonight's episode, we discuss the Winnipeg Jets first round draft selections of Rutger McGroarty and Brad Lambert. What should Jets fans be looking for in McGroarty? Why was he considered a bit of a reach at pick 14? Will his skating hold him back from regular NHL duty, or is it something he can improve to pro-level? How did Brad Lambert fall to the Jets at 30th overall? Are the concerns about his decision-making and off-the-puck performance enough to cause concern? Can Brad return to being the dynamite player he was for Finland? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

OutKick 360
Tyrel Dodson gives his pick to win the national championship and who owes him $1000. And is Rutger McGroarty the best drinking name in hockey?

OutKick 360

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 46:48


Tyrel Dodson gives his pick to win the national championship and who owes him $1000. And is Rutger McGroarty the best drinking name in hockey? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Illegal Curve Hockey
Winnipeg Jets 2022 1st Round Draft Pick (14th overall): Rutger McGroarty

Illegal Curve Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 8:07


Meet the Jets 1st round pick. The post Winnipeg Jets 2022 1st Round Draft Pick (14th overall): Rutger McGroarty first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.

Nebraska Athletics Podcast
Sports Nightly - Rutger Mcgroarty

Nebraska Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022


Rutger McGroarty is a top hockey prospect heading into the 2022 NHL Draft (July 7th and 8th). Born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, McGroarty is projected to be the highest-drafted Nebraskan in NHL history. Rutger joined Jessica Coody on Sports Nightly to discuss his decorated hockey career, being the captain of Team USA u18's, getting ready for the draft, and how his time growing up in Lincoln has shaped who he's become.

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast
Buitenlandse Zaken: Expansiedrift

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 55:41


Uitbreiding van de Europese Unie is terug als politiek strijdpunt. Brussel-correspondent Lise Witteman overziet de valkuilen en hobbels die nog op de weg liggen van kandidaat-lid Oekraïne. Macron moet opnieuw leren regeren, zegt hij zelf - doet hij melodramatisch of niet? En Mathieu Segers en Rutger van der Hoeven beschouwen een wereld die geen kant kiest in de oorlog tussen Rusland en Oekraïne. The West versus The Rest?Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Locked On Sharks - Daily Podcast On The San Jose Sharks
2022 NHL Draft Profile: Rutger McGroarty with Paul Zuk

Locked On Sharks - Daily Podcast On The San Jose Sharks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 32:08


Paul Zuk of Smaht Scouting and The Charging Buffalo joins to profile USNTDP and University of Michigan commit, Rutger McGroarty. We look into McGroarty's production with the USNTDP team, how he continues their legacy of playing well in all three zones (5:00), and how he can improve his skating (7:00). Next, we analyze his hockey IQ (10:00), his potential play with William Eklund (15:00), and why he might be on the Thomas Bordeleau path of development (18:00). Finally, we look at his range of places where he could get picked (20:00) and some burning NHL Draft questions (22:00). Check out the podcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Athletic Hockey Show: A show about the NHL
NHL Draft Combine: Rutger McGroarty, Cutter Gauthier, and Juraj Slafkovsky join the show, Corey's top 127 prospects in this year's draft, and more

The Athletic Hockey Show: A show about the NHL

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 61:58 Very Popular


Max and Corey are on the scene at the NHL Draft Combine in Buffalo, New York for this week's episode and are joined by highly-rated prospects Rutger McGroarty, Cutter Gauthier, and Juraj Slafkovsky in separate conversations to kick off the show. Plus, the guys break down Corey's latest 2022 NHL Draft ranking, featuring a switch at the top of the list with Juraj Slafkovsky jumping ahead of Shane Wright, and discuss why Slafkovsky is Corey's new No. 1, Marco Kasper's move into the top 10, other risers like Kevin Korchinski, Lian Bichsel, and Lane Hutson, news and notes from around the combine, and more. And, right now, you can get a 6 month subscription to The Athletic for just $1 a month when you visit http://theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Winged Wheel Podcast
Vrana's Scoring, Larkin's Injury, and Rutger McGroarty - Apr. 20th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 62:37 Very Popular


As the season winds down for the Detroit Red Wings, the news doesn't slow with it. Tune in as we discuss Dylan Larkin being shut down for the rest of the season after successful core surgery, as well as commentary on just how good he was this year (5:10). Also, Hockeytown's surprising win over the Tampa Bay Lightning, led by Jakub Vrana's remarkable goal scoring touch - just what kind of pace is he on, & how is he helping Filip Zadina's game (11:25)? Additionally, William Wallinder's recent accolades in Sweden (25:25), as well as a look at Detroit's Draft Lottery situation (27:34). We also cover Rutger McGroarty of the USNTDP's Draft Prospect Profile (30:51) before checking in on the NHL playoff race & playoff formats (38:30), in addition to more news from the world of hockey and beyond (47:48). Enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. 

Winged Wheel Podcast
Vrana's Scoring, Larkin's Injury, and Rutger McGroarty - Apr. 20th, 2022

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 62:50


As the season winds down for the Detroit Red Wings, the news doesn't slow with it. Tune in as we discuss Dylan Larkin being shut down for the rest of the season after successful core surgery, as well as commentary on just how good he was this year (5:10). Also, Hockeytown's surprising win over the Tampa Bay Lightning, led by Jakub Vrana's remarkable goal scoring touch - just what kind of pace is he on, & how is he helping Filip Zadina's game (11:25)? Additionally, William Wallinder's recent accolades in Sweden (25:25), as well as a look at Detroit's Draft Lottery situation (27:48). We also cover Rutger McGroarty of the USNTDP's Draft Prospect Profile (31:04) before checking in on the NHL playoff race & playoff formats (38:44), in addition to more news from the world of hockey and beyond (48:02). Enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. 

Shat the Movies: 80's & 90's Best Film Review
Ladyhawke (1985)

Shat the Movies: 80's & 90's Best Film Review

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 59:31 Very Popular


People are always complaining that Hollywood's run out of ideas: Everything's a remake or a sequel or a comic book movie. But in 1985, things were wild. Wanna make a movie about a guy who turns into a wolf and a chick who turns into a bird so that they can never be together? Go for it; we'll even throw in Matthew Broderick and a score by Alan Parsons. The Shat Crew's been waiting a long time to do "Ladyhawke," but it took listener Jose to stand up, raise his sword high in the air, and dedicate this medieval fantasy in the name of true love. It's a movie that taught us not to take "Game of Thrones" for granted, a movie that Ash felt needed talking animals, and a movie that made Big D ponder life's big questions, like "Can a crossbow shoot a hawk in flight?" and "How does a werewolf get his clothes back?" But most of all, "Ladyhawke" was a movie that bet on Rutger Hauer, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Alfred Molina being able to bring a wild-ass tale with a funky-ass soundtrack to life. How did they do? Listen and find out.  SUBSCRIBEAndroid: https://shatpod.com/android Apple: https://shatpod.com/apple All: https://shatpod.com/subscribe CONTACTEmail: hosts@shatpod.com Website: https://shatpod.com/movies Leave a Voicemail: Web: https://shatpod.com/voicemail Leave a Voicemail: Call: (914) 719-7428 SUPPORT THE PODCASTDonate or Commission: https://shatpod.com/support Shop Merchandise: https://shatpod.com/shop Theme Song - Die Hard by Guyz Nite: https://www.facebook.com/guyznite