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The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Prentice4M, and Team Fan Club. We are of course made possible by SignalWire. THE VIDEO [After THE JUMP: the player and what we said] -------------------------------------------- 1. Maryland preview w Alex Drain Taulia Tagovailoa experience is he's going to Madden QB into sacks or crazy 3rd and 9 conversions. They screen as often as they run so that's their offense. Their defense broke the record for most guys cyan'd despite a couple of decent DEs and a good secondary because their linebackers don't yet know what they're doing and their DTs are just beatable. 2. Penn State After UFR (starts at 19:06) Cade McNamara graded out not negative in a game that had a lot of passes thrown under duress because Ryan Hayes cannot stop NFL-grade pass-rushers all by himself. Thought Haskins carried the team; they had him reading the PSU DT to see if there was a cutback lane or if they were overplaying the left side. Attacked the boundary by forcing the safeties who came into the box to be real linebackers instead of free hitters. 3. Basketball: Seton Hall Loss, UNLV Preview, wsg Matt D from Endless Motor (starts at 33:12) Matt from Endless Motor takes Seth's chair (literally) to talk about the early season rotation. Short version is Houstan is really a four or a guy who guards Just a Shooters, not major scoring wings. The guy who can defend that is Diabate and we're intrigued by the idea of using him as a weird three. Brooks is having an amazing early season and solves the question of backup guard, which means you can explore Bufkin on the wing. Devante' Jones has to stop trying to get those steals. Add Kobe and Williams and Diabate to Dickinson and Eli and you've got an incredible passing team. 4. Hockey wsg Alex Drain & David Nasternak Two identical games against Penn State: return of Beecher gives them three excellent centers and an answer for teams that want to play ‘90s hockey. Interesting to see Steve Holtz (Steve Holt!) earning a pairing with Power. We also discuss Portillo (not Porteeyo) and his highlight reel weekend, and the pocket dimension where they keep the Hughes. MUSIC: Tonight's featured musician is Russell Brower, who if you've ever stopped because some piece of background music in your video game, or Disney ride, or Saturday morning cartoon made you think, “Whoa—this is awesome; I wonder who composed this?” there's a good chance it was Russell Brower. He was previously the senior audio and lead composer at Blizzard Entertainment, and before that was principle media designer and music director at Walt Disney Imagineering (the theme parks division). He's also worked on projects like Batman: The Animated Series and other films. If you, like me, like to use videogame music to get your flow on when working or studying, you already know what a treat it is when a Brower composition comes up in your playlist. “Totems of the Grizzlemaw”—from World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King “Heaven's Devils”—from StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty “New Tristram”—from Diablo III And because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
Things discussed: Two RPS plays to beat Penn State: Mesh and Mesh beater. Clifford got Devin Gardner'd. Mike Morris blew a guy up. PSU had two dudes at DE too: Ryan Hayes *struggled*—have to give him help. Why are you running empty on 3rd and 11? 4th and 2: Michigan can't play down 3 guys on a side, no matter what they think. Should have audibled to the left because PSU was misaligned. Running game: PSU brought down a safety so Michigan went even heavier, 10 guys in the box, and turned those safeties into linebackers. Schoonmaker vs Honigford? I don't think it makes enough of a difference. Haskins: He is who we are. Draft prospects? Come back? Best DE combo in Michigan history? Seth mentions Maentz and Kramer. Ohio State Lucy talk from Craig and Sam. Ohio State fans are going to be there because Michigan sold them tickets last summer. Seth on fandom: It's rewarding to believe in something. Basketball talk: Houstan couldn't shoot and couldn't stay in front of his guy, and played 39 minutes!? We think he should go in the 4 rotation, put Williamson and Bufkin at the three.
Ryan Hayes goes in depth as to the reasons of why we don't have wrestlers from North Carolina to compete and win on a national level. What's holding us back? I'll tell you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crankmat/support
WolverinesWire writer and avid Locked On Wolverines listener Trent Knoop penned an opinion piece of the three reasons Michigan football fans should be optimistic heading into 2021. Isaiah reacts to that, expounding upon what Trent had to say, while interspersing some reactions from Friday's press conference with Nikhai Hill-Green, Blake Corum and Ryan Hayes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tom Barnhart is a f#cking hidden gem in this hobby. This guy has been around for years and came up with all the big dogs and has the stories to prove it. Loved getting to sit down with this David Letterman looking f#ck and shoot the shit with him! 15 Minutes of Lame 2020 Winner Shane Kelley approved up and coming breeder Ryan Hayes of Three One South Exotics sits down for 15 Minutes… plus… aggravated Chris. I woke up with sand in my vagina this week so I'm a lil more a$$holish than usual.
Carolina Takedown Talk is a podcast that is presented by Carolinas Mat News and sponsored by Village Coaching. We are a North Carolina wrestling podcast that is working to provide the best NC HS coverage around. On this episode, Rhett and Ryan are joined by Ryan Hayes and Christian Beach. Hayes is the host of the Cast of Champions podcast and Beach is an Appalachian State graduate that is currently an assistant at Millbrook High. The crew talk about the current and past club scene in North Carolina.
With the release of their highly anticipated new album - 'Perfectly Preserved' - and a globally streamed album release concert only a week away, Love and Death, the anthemic hard rock project spearheaded by Brian 'Head' Welch (Korn) and Jasen Rauch (Breaking Benjamin) have revealed the full list of special guests joining them as they take to the stage for the first time in eight years. Joining the band for their epic streaming event on February 12th will be Lacey Sturm of Flyleaf, Keith Wallen of Breaking Benjamin and Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire. Tickets available here. The band have also shared a clip of behind the scenes rehearsal footage for the event, which can be viewed here or by clicking the image below. The official trailer for the event can be viewed here. Speaking on his excitement for the upcoming streaming event, Brian "Head" Welch shares: "Regarding the album release concert February 12, I'm actually quite shocked that we are going to pull off such an amazing event with some special very guests who live in different states–all during a world-wide pandemic!" Love and Death have also treated fans to the third new track from 'Perfectly Preserved'. Titled "The Hunter" and featuring Keith Wallen from Breaking Benjamin, the track is accompanied by a thought provoking lyric video providing a visual commentary to the lyrical theme of the song, showing the state our society currently finds itself in. The video for "The Hunter" can be found by clickinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfa4PmIzGr0&feature=youtu.be Elaborating on the meaning behind the new track and it's visual accompaniment, Welch adds "We've been very fortunate to have such a professional team around this project to help us put out such quality content with our latest release. Our newest track "The Hunter” feat. Keith Wallen is no exception. Naro Studios along with Soft Surrogate really helped get our message across in "The Hunter” regarding the many different crises that our society in America has been facing as of late. It truly is a work of art." "The Hunter" follows the release of lead single "Down" which was released in November 2020, marking the band's first new music in 8 years and subsequent track "White Flag". Since its release, "Down" has hit 1.2 million total global streams to date with the official music video and lyric video amassing 937k YouTube views to date. About Love and Death Love and Death began with the similar raw, authentic emotional honesty that drove singer/guitarist Brian “Head” Welch to multi-platinum, Grammy Award winning heights as a cofounder of genre trailblazers Korn. Forged as an outlet for recovery and redemption in a season of change, the formation of Love and Death resulted in the dynamic 2013 debut Between Here & Lost. The album spoke plainly to the hearts of similarly disenfranchised fans all across the world. Love and Death now return with Perfectly Preserved, a crushing yet accessible full-length follow-up, driven by the spiritual resilience inherent in the first record, combined with an even starker depiction of real-life struggle. Anger, broken relationships, lowered self-worth, and the collision of optimistic values with oppressive systems are all on display, from the arresting refrains of “Tragedy,” “Death of Us,” and “Affliction,” to the bold, conqueror driven anthem of “White Flag.” Simply put, it is heavy music to vigorously confront depression, heartbreak, and pain. Perfectly Preserved marks the introduction of guitarist, bassist and co-songwriter Jasen Rauch as a full-fledged member of the band, as well as second time producer for Love and Death (co-production from Joe Rickard). Jasen, best known as an integral part of chart-topping rockers Breaking Benjamin, produced Love and Death's first album in 2013. Completing this definitive lineup as they charge into this new chapter are the band's original guitarist, JR Bareis, who now shares vocals with Welch, and powerhouse drummer Isaiah Perez. Much like A Perfect Circle or Stone Sour, Love and Death isn't a “side project” or replacement for the guys' respective bands. It's an extension and companion, offering each of them a unique outlet to explore different aspects of their creative passions. It's also an opportunity for further collaboration with their friends from other bands. “The Hunter” features Jasen's Breaking Benjamin bandmate (and solo artist) Keith Wallen, who was also a major co-writer on the project, and longtime comrade and former Flyleaf singer, Lacey Sturm lends her vocals to a metallic rendition of a surprising pop cover. As their fans have learned to expect, Love and Death are fearless in their open examination of contradictions and failure, making confessional music with an underlying anchor of purpose and hope. Like the band's very moniker suggests, both ‘Love' and ‘Death' are very present in all that they do. Love and Death Are Brian “Head” Welch – Vocals, Guitar Jasen Rauch – Bass JR Bareis – Guitar, Vocals Isaiah Perez – Drums My thoughts on the Hunter straight away you are hit in the face with melody plenty of punch and drive from the guitars with some lovely tones, Keith wallen vocals are out of this world and fit so well with the track, production is crisp and clean and for me is the perfect boarder for the track to be placed into , overall a great track and I can't wait for this album. Pleased to announce Setting The Tone's Interview with JR from Love and Death I recently got the chance to sit down with JR from Love and Death to discuss their release of the new album Perfectly Persevered released on the 12.2.2021 Okay continuing with our Love and Death special, we now have Setting The Tone's interview with JR from Love and Death,Once again, a huge thank you to JR, I wish the guys all the best with the release of the album Perfectly Persevered Love And Death links can be found below. http://www.loveanddeathmusic.com https://www.facebook.com/LoveandDeathMusic https://twitter.com/LoveDeathMusic https://youtube.com/user/LoveandDeathMusic7 https://www.instagram.com/loveanddeathmusic/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/4nrzg6bzMCRGsdQ5eD4d19?si=rzm_V1nUQuCfM-4XqpaQcw https://music.apple.com/us/artist/love-and-death/517704185 Check out the latest vide for. White Flag ft. Ryan Hayes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxDYoxwF2aY&list=OLAK5uy_kEJHQxg4htorarKLvSkEXE65xsYa4_bTw Love And Death will be doing a concert stream FEB 12 @ 7PM CST. Streaming for 48 hours. Tickets and merch bundles available at loveanddeath.veeps.com Setting the Tone social links can be found below https://linktr.ee/SettingTheTone You can find this episode and previous episodes from Setting The Tone in the below links Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/6Jj9SsrXxve44839dptihN… Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/setting-the-tone/id1499390718 Google https://podcasts.google.com/?q=setting%20the%20tone podbean https://Settingthetone2.podbean.com Thank you to our sponsor @The Guitar Ninja Academy, the best place to become a guitar master. For more information on our sponsor then hit the below links https://theguitarninja.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/theguitarninja
What is an agnostic? What makes someone become an agnostic? What about atheism? What's the difference between an agnostic and an atheist? And what about a theist? Does it only take faith to be a theist? Or does it take faith to be an atheist as well? My friend Ryan Hayes joins me on the Dani Flo Podcast to discuss how he became an agnostic and why he's been living the majority of his life as an agnostic. Ryan answers and discusses: - Is “Does God exist?” a philosophical question? Or a scientific question? - How did we discover the method of science? - How did you realize you are an agnostic? - What is agnosticism? - What kind of agnostic are you? - Why did you go from a Christian to an Agnostic? - What is the best argument for agnosticism? - Does it take faith or knowledge to be an atheist? - What would it take for you to move from Agnosticism to Atheism? - What would it take for you to move from Agnosticism to Theism? - What is the best argument for atheism? - Do most people even care about Agnosticism? Atheism? Theism? - Should more people care about Agnosticism? Atheism? Theism? - What's your advice for people that care about Agnosticism? Atheism? Theism? - How do we encourage people to care about Agnosticism? Atheism? Theism? You're going to enjoy this episode if the topics of: agnosticism, atheism, and theism interest you as they interests Ryan and myself. Please listen, follow/subscribe to the podcast, and most importantly: share this episode with everyone you know! Subscribe to my YouTube channel for the podcast video: Dani Flo Podcast Video Follow me on Instagram: @dani_flo --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dani-flo/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dani-flo/support
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Pretty sure I've told this story in the Daily Hustle before but it's definitely worth revisiting for a multitude of reasons... In 2000, my minor league teammate Jason Hart and I were driving from spring training in Phoenix to Midland, Texas... Somehow we got a hold of a placemat with all of the Presidents Of The United States on it, and Hart asked me how long it would take me to memorize all the Presidents in order... As a confident young go hard, I didn't hesitate with my response... “1 hour.” Not believing it was possible, Hart immediately bet me a Taco Bell lunch (no small price considering we each slaughtered 5 items a piece) at our next stop, which just so happened to be an hour away... From there I went to work. I had recently read about how the best way to memorize something is by associating whatever it is with something else... So I decided to play with the numbers (43 Presidents at the time) and names to come up with each answer. This is basically how the name/number associations went... Washington (We all know that) Adams (Coach Dick Adams SF Football) Jefferson (Street in Redwood City) Madison (James Madison University) Monroe (Marilyn) John Quincy Adams (Grandson of John Adams) Andrew Jackson (Andrew Johnson is #17) Martin Van Buren (Street in SF) Harrison (Grandfather of #23 William Harrison) Tyler (Linked him with #12 Taylor) Polk (Street in SF) Taylor (See #10) Millard Fillmore (Millard the Willard) Pierce (His dark hair & piercing stare was easily etched in my memory) Buchanan (Our only bachelor President) Abe (No memory tool needed) Johnson (See #7) Ulysses S Grant (War Hero) Hayes (Though about one of my best friends growing up Ryan Hayes) Garfield (The Cat) Chester A. Arthur (Loved the name Chester) Cleveland (Only President to serve 2 non-consecutive terms) Harrison (See #9) Cleveland (See #22) McKinley (assassinated) Roosevelt (Speak softly & carry a big stick) Taft (Got stuck in White House bathtub because he was 300 pounds) Wilson (The volleyball) Harding (The park) Coolidge (Cool Cal) Hoover (Vacuum up) FDR (Roosevelt Fam) Truman (When Harry Met Sally) Eisenhower (Dwight Clark) JFK (Like Washington & Lincoln, no association necessary) Johnson (Johnson & Johnson) Nixon (Watergate & Deep Throat) Ford (Michigan Football) Carter (Saw him at Alpine Hills) Reagan (Trickle down economics) Bush (Gulf War) Clinton (Monica) George W. Bush (One of the nicest & most genuine dudes I've ever met) Right after I rattled off #43 I immediately told Hartsy: “Nacho Bell Grande, a chilito, 2 tacos and a F*ING bean burrito please.”
Welcome to The Break Room, our new, ongoing series where workers and organizers send in 15-20-minute clips to talk about issues they're facing, actions they're taking, and more! (Think of it as a community message board of sorts). In this installment, Aminah Sheikh, a labor organizer with Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO), tells us about how she worked with educators in Ontario to launch a successful unionization campaign during the Covid-19 pandemic. If you'd like to send something in to The Break Room, hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org! Additional links/info below... Aminah's Twitter page Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) website Ryan Hayes, Labor Notes, "Ontario Early Childhood Educators Unionize during Pandemic" Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Lobo Loco, "Malte Junior - Hall"
In this week's show, Chatham Town boss Scott Lindsay looks ahead to the FA Vase tie with SCEFL rivals Corinthian and tells us that he doesn't look at the league table - he should, his side are doing well! Sevenoaks Town manager Micky Collins talks power cuts, Ryan Hayes and a wide-open division, while there's all the rest of the news from across the county including new managers, record defeats and more. Plus we talk Masked Singer, micropubs and Belinda Carlisle.
The KM sports team's latest #kent #football podcast with #dartford #winger Ryan Hayes. He talks about playing more than 600 times and scoring over 100 goals plus find out what he wants to do when he hangs up his boots. There's also a comical story about the team-mate who missed a game when he couldn't remember where he parked his car!
Speaker: Bro. Ryan Hayes Date: Tuesday Evening, July 9, 2019 Text: Song of Solomon 1:1-4 Watch this episode on our website: www.agbcmountairy.com/watch-online Follow us on Facebook for updates: www.facebook.com/agbcmountairy
Welcome to another episode of Fear the Queer! This week, Josh and Kyle sit down to review the Netflix show Special, written, starring, and executive produced by the talented Ryan O'Connell. Based on his memoir I'm Special: And Other Lives We Tell Ourselves, the quick-witted and fast paced series follows Ryan Hayes, a young man with mild cerebral palsy, who decides to rewrite his identity and finally go after the life he wants, and along the way, discovers what really makes him special. Cheers queers!
Frankfort's Jaylon Rogers, Traverse City West's Ryan Hayes, Traverse City Central's Tobin Schwannecke and more highlight The Get Around's inaugural prep boys basketball fantasy draft. The Get Around Guys go 10 rounds deep picking the best players in the area. Brendan, Brett and James also bring on West junior guard Miigwaanhs Barrientoz to talk about the 2017-18 season and which player he'd take with the first pick in our draft. A whopping FIVE athletes are inducted into The Get Around Hall of Fame, and Round 2 of the Sports Movie Madness bracket challenge is now open. VOTE NOW at SurveyMonkey.com/r/TheGetAround2!
Sonoma County is, some would say blessed, others might say cursed, with a lot of theatre. Currently running or recently closed shows range from classic fare like The Odd Couple, The Diary of Anne Frank, and The Children’s Hour to more modern shows like Race or The Birds. If you’re looking for something completely original, you tend to have to travel a bit which brings us to the FaultLine Theater Company of San Francisco. They’re a group of young theatre artists committed to the development and production of new works. They’ve impressed me in the past with the passion and energy they put into their work and with the quality of production they’ve been able to stage. They are always interesting and frequently outrageous. How outrageous? Well, the co-leads of their latest production are hamsters. One wouldn’t think that there’s a lot to learn from hamsters on the subjects of commitment and parenting (seeing as how they tend to knock each other off and devour most of their young) but that didn’t stop playwright Dan Giles from using a couple of anthropomorphic rodents to broach the issues in his comedy Breeders, running now at Faultline Theater in San Francisco. It’s the tale of Mikey and Dean, a same sex couple in a long-term, committed relationship who are days away from the arrival and adoption of an infant. It’s also the tale of Tyson and Jason, two cohabitating hamsters being cared for by Mikey and Dean who, to both of their surprise, turn out to be of the opposite sex. Soon, the pressures of impending parenthood strain both pairs of relationships, though only one ends in the loss of first an eye and then, well... Though labeled as a “queer comedy”, the heart of the situation presented by Giles knows no gender or orientation. The excitement, the challenges, the dreams and the doubts that come with parenthood are pretty universal and apparently even cross species. The same goes for the issues of commitment and monogamy, which are hilariously addressed in several vignettes. First-time director Adam Odsess-Rubin is up to the challenge of staging the parallel storylines in the confined space of PianoFight’s 40-seat second stage. He’s got a nicely-matched cast with Ryan Hayes and Sam Bertken as the huggy and occasionally histrionic humans. Hayes’s rock-solid Mikey plays in nice contrast to Bertken’s anxiety-ridden Dean. Both make for a believable couple as they navigate through Dean’s insecurities. Nikki Meñez and Neil Higgins are the voracious vermin. Meñez is a force to be reckoned with as Tyson, the tough-as-nails alpha-female. Higgins is absolutely adorable as Jason, the ceaselessly amiable and affectionate proud papa to be. They romp on a clever set designed by Max Chanowitz and beneath a colorful lighting design by Maxx Kurzunski that go a long way in setting the show’s playful tone. For a show with a couple of hamsters as co-leads, there’s an awful lot of humanity on stage in Breeders. Giles strikes just the right balance of absurdity and reality in his examination of the impact of procreation on an individual and on a relationship. Director Odsess-Rubin and cast have created a show that’s funny, thought-provoking, often sweet and occasionally biting – in every sense of the word. Breeders runs Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights through April 29 in San Francisco at the very interesting PianoFight venue. For more information, go to faultinetheater.com
Welcome to another episode of the Society Slam. Tonight, Alec Walt and Ryan Hayes overview our top-25 fantasy basketball players for 2016-2017. Alfonso De Falco is absent and will be back next week. Comment below your rankings. Enjoy!
Ryan considers himself a student of many disciplines, constantly working to improve upon his skills. Though trained as geologist, he has allowed his development cravings to take him deep into songwriting and the world of music production. Check out his
What is up everybody. After a couple of weeks of hiatus from the podcast world, the team of Alec Walt, Alfonso De Falco and new member Ryan Hayes are back and better than ever. Today we make out predictions for the All-NBA team awards, do a mock draft using the lottery machine and discuss the mystery in Thon Maker
Week 4 of 5; Ryan Hayes. In the fourth chapter of his letter, James addresses jealousy, pride, judgment, and boasting—and he warns us of the damaging effects of these poisons. He tells us that we need a humble heart and urges us to focus on responding to God by trusting him with what he’s doing in our own lives, one day at a time. Ryan challenged the group to talk about how selfish sins impact their relationship with God and others, and consider a practical plan on how to avoid them.
Alex Mebane was the former head football coach of your host Ryan Hayes of Access Radio Live. I'm bringing Coach Mebane on the show to talk about old times, the good and the bad. We will also talk about how High School football has changed over the last 17 years. This will be another exciting interview that I am most definitly looking forward to. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cast_of_champions/support
And it continues on! Part 3 of the next round of advancing singers to the knockout rounds from NBC's blockbuster hit talent show The Voice will be here again. Tune in to hear: Kris Thomas, Midas Whale, Jon Peter Lewis, Ryan Hayes, Vedo, Savannah Berry, Luke Edgemon, Ryan Innes, Monique Abaddiem, C. Perkins and Orlando Dixon. They will all be here starting at 8:30 am (central time) We'll be waiting for you!
The Flipside Flame: The glossiest burner rag on the internet. It's the official Flipside newsletter, how we bundle up information to try and get it to as many sources as possible. The Flame is run by two people, Meagan Clark (the DirtySnowflake) and Ryan Hayes. I managed to isolate and interview them in this episode! The Credits: Flipp'd OUT logo and theme music by Lance Hunter. All other images from sources I can't disclose. To contact Flipp'd OUT, drop us an e-mail at email@example.com.
In this episode, I interview two of the three individuals that submitted a design for the effigy for Flipside 2007, Denshi and Chainsaw. I also present some recordings from the Ryan Hayes art show at the Austin center for Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic. Credits: Flipp'd OUT logo and theme by Lance Hunter. All other images in this podcast came from sources I can't trace right now. To contact Flipp'd OUT, drop us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for downloading Flipp'd OUT. In this episode, I interview musician, photographer, wicked accountant, and Austin Burn community touchstone Ryan Hayes. Credits: Flipp'd OUT logo and theme by Lance Hunter. All other music and images in this podcast were created by Ryan Hayes. To contact Flipp'd OUT, drop us an e-mail at email@example.com.
A new MP3 sermon from Concord Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Interview with Ryan Hayes Drug Addiction Subtitle: Strengthen The Things That Rem Speaker: Ryan Hayes Broadcaster: Concord Baptist Church Event: Podcast Date: 5/30/2021 Length: 0 min.