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Brock and Salk
Mariners Add Ace Robbie Ray, but Likely Aren't Done; Will Sam Huard Transfer from UW?

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 54:46


The Mariners went big in free agency by adding Cy Young award winner Robbie Ray--Brock & Salk share their excitement and surprise about the deal...but will it be the biggest move they make this offseason? Salk has some interesting names to look out for after the MLB lockout ends. With Russell Wilson looking nowhere near his normal self, Brock & Salk explore what needs to happen with Wilson, Pete Carroll and John Schneider. Have they strayed from the formula that made them a Super Bowl winner? Can they remake the secret sauce that took the League by storm? The Huskies announce their new head coach, but with QB Jake Haener looking likely to transfer back to UW, what will Sam Huard do? Brock weighs in on whether a transfer is likely...and you won't want to miss his answer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Brock Explains Why Jimmy Lake Didn't Work at UW; a First Look at Potential Candidates to Replace Him

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 62:06


With Jimmy Lake's firing official, Salk puts Brock on the hot seat. Why didn't Lake's tenure work out the way UW athletic director Jen Cohen expected it would? Brock gives a comprehensive breakdown of the misses for the Husky program over the last 2 years. What role did Chris Petersen have in Lake's hiring, and what role will he play in the search for his replacement? Brock gives his early list of potential candidates to replace Lake at UW and a list for the Cougs, too. Brock and Salk might be taking crazy pills, but they may be the only ones left who believe Russell Wilson's finger was the reason for his performance against Green Bay. Salk was bothered by the return, but not for the reason you might expect. What does this portend for the future of Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

American Conservative University
Dr. Robert Malone: “This is the Largest Experiment Performed on Human Beings in the History of the World.”

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 72:24


Dr. Robert Malone: “This is the Largest Experiment Performed on Human Beings in the History of the World.”  by Veronika Kyrylenko November 9, 2021 https://thenewamerican.com/dr-robert-malone-this-is-the-largest-experiment-performed-on-human-beings-in-the-history-of-the-world/ In an exclusive and explosive one-hour interview with Veronika Kyrylenko of The New American, pioneering mRNA scientist Dr. Robert Malone explains the intensely corrupt workings of the government regulatory bodies that have mismanaged the pandemic, discusses the problems with the vaccine program and delves into potentially explosive and game-changing revelations about the shady origins of the Covid-19 pandemic in Wuhan, China. Who is Dr. Robert Malone? While working at the Salk Institute in 1988, Dr. Malone discovered important findings about in-vivo and in-vitro RNA transfection. He continued his work on the technology a year later at the biopharma start-up Vical where he conducted additional experiments. According to his bio, “The mRNA, constructs, reagents were developed at the Salk institute and Vical by Dr. Malone.” His research has also included important work on DNA vaccines. In addition to his fundamental work developing mRNA and DNA vaccine technology, Malone is also a medical doctor. According to his bio, Dr. Malone “received his medical training at Northwestern University (MD) and Harvard University (Clinical Research Post Graduate) medical school, and in Pathology at UC Davis.” Few people are as qualified to comment on the course of the COVID pandemic and the mass vaccination campaign as Dr. Malone. In this important interview he shares his unique and deep insights on matters of critical national and international importance. Bio source: https://www.rwmalonemd.com/about-us For up to date info on COVID-19, please visit https://thenewamerican.com/tag/covid.  Facebook  Twitter  Linkedin  Email  Print  PDF   Connect with TNA Video YouMaker Bitchute Rumble YouTube MeWe Facebook Instagram Twitter Category Healthcare Video World News See More About: COVIDmrnaRobert Malonevaccine  Facebook  Twitter  Linkedin  Email  Print  PDF Veronika Kyrylenko Veronika Kyrylenko, Ph.D. is a research associate at GeoStrategic Analysis (Arlington, Va.) and a freelance writer whose work has appeared at the Western Journal, American Thinker, The Hill and other publications. She can be found on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nkyrylenko   The New American  »  Healthcare/Video/World News  »  

American Conservative University
Dr. Robert Malone: “This is the Largest Experiment Performed on Human Beings in the History of the World.”

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 72:24


Dr. Robert Malone: “This is the Largest Experiment Performed on Human Beings in the History of the World.”  by Veronika Kyrylenko November 9, 2021 https://thenewamerican.com/dr-robert-malone-this-is-the-largest-experiment-performed-on-human-beings-in-the-history-of-the-world/ In an exclusive and explosive one-hour interview with Veronika Kyrylenko of The New American, pioneering mRNA scientist Dr. Robert Malone explains the intensely corrupt workings of the government regulatory bodies that have mismanaged the pandemic, discusses the problems with the vaccine program and delves into potentially explosive and game-changing revelations about the shady origins of the Covid-19 pandemic in Wuhan, China. Who is Dr. Robert Malone? While working at the Salk Institute in 1988, Dr. Malone discovered important findings about in-vivo and in-vitro RNA transfection. He continued his work on the technology a year later at the biopharma start-up Vical where he conducted additional experiments. According to his bio, “The mRNA, constructs, reagents were developed at the Salk institute and Vical by Dr. Malone.” His research has also included important work on DNA vaccines. In addition to his fundamental work developing mRNA and DNA vaccine technology, Malone is also a medical doctor. According to his bio, Dr. Malone “received his medical training at Northwestern University (MD) and Harvard University (Clinical Research Post Graduate) medical school, and in Pathology at UC Davis.” Few people are as qualified to comment on the course of the COVID pandemic and the mass vaccination campaign as Dr. Malone. In this important interview he shares his unique and deep insights on matters of critical national and international importance. Bio source: https://www.rwmalonemd.com/about-us For up to date info on COVID-19, please visit https://thenewamerican.com/tag/covid.  Facebook  Twitter  Linkedin  Email  Print  PDF   Connect with TNA Video YouMaker Bitchute Rumble YouTube MeWe Facebook Instagram Twitter Category Healthcare Video World News See More About: COVIDmrnaRobert Malonevaccine  Facebook  Twitter  Linkedin  Email  Print  PDF Veronika Kyrylenko Veronika Kyrylenko, Ph.D. is a research associate at GeoStrategic Analysis (Arlington, Va.) and a freelance writer whose work has appeared at the Western Journal, American Thinker, The Hill and other publications. She can be found on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nkyrylenko   The New American  »  Healthcare/Video/World News  »  

Brock and Salk
Russell's Back, Will OBJ Be Joining Him? Jimmy Lake's UW Future at UW and Mariners Offseason Shopping

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 56:31


Russell Wilson is back on the practice field preparing for a return this weekend at Lambeau Field. Brock & Salk have mixed emotions on whether for All Pro WR Odell Beckham Jr is a worthy investment for the Seahawks.  UW Head Coach Jimmy Lake has been suspended for this weekend's game vs Arizona State, but will that be the extent of the punishment, or has Lake already coached his final game on Montlake? The MLB GM meetings are underway in California and Salk is excited to hear a couple big time names already being linked to the M's.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Russell Wilson RETURNS! Mariners' Free Agency & Trade Frenzy About to Start

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 59:45


How did he do it?!? That's the question Brock & Salk are asking about Russell Wilson's recovery from finger surgery. Is his recovery ability a skill? The Seahawks offense is about to be at full strength at just the time they need it.  The World Series is over, which means that trades and free agent signings in baseball can officially begin. Salk gives his under-the-radar trade target for the Mariners while making a strong claim about the importance of this offseason in Mariners franchise history. Brock gets roasted in Mean Tweets, but not before Howdy secretly records Salk's story of being spooked by his youngest daughter to the point of screaming out loud. Hear the full story here! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Solutions From The Huddle with Titus Bartolotta

Shane Salk is an Owner of Shane Salk Productions and is an Award-winning Audio Drama Creator Producer and Sound Designer. Shane's projects now have over 200 Million impressions spanning more than 150 countries around the world. Shane's goal to elevate audio medium to a mainstream place. His work is Immersive and considered to be the HBO of audio. His new project, "Carcerem." "Carcerem" is a female-led series and took over 3 years to develop and to complete the first season. With a style between Lord of the Rings and Princess Bride, this action-packed show features Sword fighting, epic battles, monsters magic, and much more. Containing over 120 Characters along with a completely original score, this project was not for the faint of heart.

Brock and Salk
Is This the End of the Line for the Seahawks, or Just a Bump in the Road?

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 60:48


After another loss at home--this time to the Saints on Monday Night Football--the outlook for 2021 seems bleak...but is all hope lost? Mike Salk sees a clear path to the playoffs that isn't unreasonable, but does Brock see enough out of the Hawks to buy it once Russell Wilson returns? Now with 2 games under their belt without Wilson, Brock & Salk believe the reality of the Seahawks' roster and Pete Carroll's philosophy are coming to bear. Will there be consequences for coming up short? Salk goes through some interesting free agent and trade targets for the Mariners ahead of a big offseason. Brock dives deeper into the hard truths about the Washington Huskies in Blue 88. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RadioRotary
Rotary's Work in Eradicating Polio (Aired on October 17, 2021)

RadioRotary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 30:00


North Rockland Rotarian and 7210 Past District Governor (2006-07) Carole Tjoa, currently the District PolioPlus Chair, once again joins RadioRotary to update the progress on polio eradication. After polio in 1979, was completely eliminated from the U.S. by the Salk and Sabin vaccines, Rotary used the vaccines to eradicated polio in the Philippines, then in 1985 carried the program to South America, Asia, and Africa, the continents where wild polio was infecting some 35,000 annually. Rotary was joined with the World Health Organization, UNICEF, and the U.S. CDC in 1988, joined by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation starting in 2007. Foundation. The immunization program has eliminated the wild polio virus from everywhere but Pakistan and Afghanistan, which continue to have fewer than 200 cases annually between them. Listen, and learn more, both about polio and the remarkable life of Mrs. Tjoa, who came from Hong Kong to the U.S. on a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship and has since received degrees from Oxford in England and Columbia in New York. She joined Rotary in 1988 soon after it first admitted women. Learn more: Global Polio Eradication Initiative: https://polioeradication.org/ PolioPlus: https://www.endpolio.org/ Carole Tjoa: https://www.rocklandtimes.com/2017/03/23/unsung-hero-carole-tjoa-rotary-club-of-north-rockland/ Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships: https://www.pfw.edu/dotAsset/eeaeb34f-0487-4999-9082-0c680d268ce6.pdf North Rockland Rotary Club: https://northrocklandrotary.org/ CATEGORIES Global Polio Initiative Health International Programs PolioPlus --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/radiorotary/support

Brock and Salk
Why the Seahawks Haven't Found Their Style Yet; Nick Rolovich Fallout at Wazzu

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 62:44


After watching the Seahawks without Russell Wilson, Brock & Salk are convinced that Russell hasn't been holding the Hawks back in any way. Why haven't the offensive and defensive systems kicked into gear after 6 games this year? Brock is very concerned about Jamal Adams, while Salk sees why Pete Carroll believes the team can turn it around. Nick Rolovich was fired by Washington State University for refusing to get vaccinated. Brock & Salk aren't shying away from the conversation--and let's be real, their willingness to address hard issues is one of the reasons why you've listened to the show for all these years. Take a listen with an open mind. Brock dives deeper into whether there's hope for UW to right the ship in Blue 88 and anoints a program in the state of Washington as the top dog...and it's probably not who you think it is. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Without Russell Wilson, The Seahawks Will Show Their True Colors

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 65:41


For the first time in a decade, the Seahawks will play a game without Russell Wilson. Is Pete Carroll's system strong enough to keep the team afloat until his return? Do the Seahawks have a talented enough roster to win a game without Wilson? Will Shane Waldron's vision for the offense make more or less sense with a backup QB running it? Brock & Salk have some strong beliefs about the direction of the Seahawks--and the implications of coming up short during Russell Wilson's absence. The Kraken have officially launched--Brock & Salk share their first impressions of Seattle's NHL team and how it felt to be a part of something new in Seattle sports for the first time in decades. Brock foresees major questions being asked of the Huskies and Cougs if the ships don't right themselves in time for bowl selection in Blue 88. Plus, will there be more uncovered in the Washington Football Team investigation beyond the evidence that resulted in Jon Gruden's resignation? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dakota Datebook
Polio Vaccinations Expand

Dakota Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 3:02


When the Salk polio vaccine rolled out in North Dakota in 1955, children ages 5 to 9 and pregnant women were given top priority. Parents welcomed the vaccine with open arms. Polio could paralyze and even kill, and young children were the most vulnerable. The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, which led the March of Dimes for vaccine research and patient care, provided the vaccine free of charge for first- and second-graders. Salk's vaccine came in a series of three shots. By the end of 1955, 59 percent of those children in North Dakota were vaccinated. None contracted polio.

Mostly Just Stories
#84 | Shane Salk

Mostly Just Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 62:01


Shane Salk is the creator of Shane Salk productions & Carcerem - The Series | A brand new fantasy fiction podcast. He is awesome, funny, and cool to hang out with. Here we discuss Shane's life, and at one point he just takes over the show. Please listen to the entirety of this episode or you'll have bad luck for life. Enjoy Shane's works at the websites below: https://www.carceremtheseries.com/ https://www.shanesalkproductions.com/ https://www.shanesalk.com/ #Carcerem #ShaneSalk #Podcast #Producer #Actor #Enjoylife --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mostlyjuststories/support

Brock and Salk
2021 Mariners Proved They're Ready to Spend Big; FOX Sports' Mark Schlereth Explains the Hawks' Turnaround

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 70:36


While the Mariners didn't end up making the playoffs after all, Brock & Salk break down why this year is a turning point for the franchise. Salk believes the Mariners are ready to spend big this offseason, but Brock is worried about upsetting the amazing culture built this season--can you preserve it while adding major talent? Is this offseason the biggest in franchise history, and can they do enough to take this team beyond 90 wins and into the playoffs? FOX Sports NFL analyst Mark Schlereth was on the broadcast team for the Hawks' win over the 49ers--what did he see on film that points to a resurgence in the defense that might be sustainable? Mark has some interesting comments on where the Hawks sit in a loaded NFC West after 4 games. Brock makes a dour claim about the Washington Huskies (tinged with a hopeful blueprint) in Blue 88. Plus--since D.K. Metcalf has improved every part of his game over his 3 year NFL career, is it still possible to improve his hands? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
The 2021 Mariners DEFINE What it Means to be a Team--Reward Them with a Wild Card Berth

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 55:10


With less than 5 games to play, the Mariners are nearly positioned to control their own playoff destiny. While the M's have been close to the playoffs multiple times over their 20 year playoff drought, no team has felt like they belong in the playoffs quite like this one--Brock & Salk dissect what's made this team so special & fun to watch. Brock picks his MVP for the M's in 2021, but Mike Salk believes this team is built to win completely differently. Where do you point the finger when determining why the Hawks are off to an unimpressive 1-2 start: talent or scheme? Brock & Salk sit on opposite sides of the fence..and let's be honest. It's better that way. Throw in a hypothetical involving the Legion of Boom and you've got yourself the perfect hour of the Brock & Salk podcast! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Hawks' 1st Loss Exposes Cracks in Pete Carroll & Russell Wilson's Relationship

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 55:40


It's one thing to lose a game, but it's an entirely different thing when the comments made by the head coach after the game indicate there may be a bigger problem brewing. Has Pete Carroll truly buried the controversy between Russell Wilson and the Hawks from the offseason, or is the ghost of that situation re-appearing as adversity strikes? The Mariners simply won't quit on the 2021 season, and it's got Mike Salk wondering if this is the beginning of a new chapter in Mariners baseball. Is there enough hope left to propel this squad to an unlikely postseason appearance this year? Salk has also seen something in Jarred Kelenic's recent surge that leads him to believe that he'll never go back to the struggles he had when he received his first call-up. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
The Hawks Offense is REAL; Brock Goes Off on UW

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 63:36


Remember all that consternation about whether the Hawks offense was going to work after not being able to see it in the preseason? Yeah...Brock and Salk were blown away. Why did it take 9 years of Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson to get to an offense that clicked so smoothly?  The Mariners playoff run is at a critical juncture, but Salk saw something this week that proved to him that the team culture has changed from the negative one that has existed for much of the playoff drought--and it's why he believes this team's playoff run isn't over now, while the drought might be soon enough. Brock has seen enough of the Washington Huskies in the first 2 games of the season. He sounds off with some frustrations to a level you may have never heard from him before. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Stories From Women Who Walk
60 Seconds for Tips on Thursday: Polio and COVID and History Repeating Itself

Stories From Women Who Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 2:21


Hello to you listening in New London, Connecticut!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is 60 Seconds, your daily dose of hope, imagination, wisdom, stories, practical tips, and general riffing on this and that.We interrupt our regular broadcast to bring you a blast from the past.When I was a very young girl polio was still a crippling and potentially deadly disease. Dr. Jonas Salk discovered the polio vaccine in 1954. Was it hailed as a miracle? No. Were Americans thrilled? No. Did everyone turn out to get the vaccine? No. There were anti-vaxers back then. Some - like columnist Walter Winchell - spread falsehoods about the vaccine in radio broadcasts. But! Following the (Salk) polio vaccine injection in 1955 and the (Sabin) oral poliovirus vaccine in 1961, polio incidence declined rapidly! The last case of wild (not oral live virus vaccine variety) poliovirus in the US was finally eradicated in 1979, 45 years after the vaccine was discovered.I guess COVID is just another example of history repeating itself until we get it right. I can't make you get a vaccine or wear a mask to protect yourself; all I can say is look at history. When people got on board to beat polio, they did. This time we don't have 45 years. This is the place to thrive together. Come for the stories - stay for the magic. Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, follow, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, including Android, and join us next time! You're invited to stop by the website and subscribe to stay current with Diane, her journeys, her guests, as well as creativity, imagination, walking, stories, camaraderie, and so much more: Quarter Moon Story ArtsProduction Team: Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 - Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts

Brock and Salk
How Shane Waldron's Offense in 2021 Will Determine the Future of Russell Wilson & The Hawks

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 65:23


The Hawks' kick off the 2021 season this Sunday, and after having watched virtually no starters in the preseason, Brock & Salk are left wondering what to expect when the Hawks take the field for the first time. With new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron installing a new offense this year, Salk believes that his success--or failure--could determine not only the ceiling of the '21 season, but the future of Russell Wilson in Seattle. Brock believes that Waldron's offense may be ideally suited for Wilson's skillset. With new contract extensions for Scott Servais and Jerry Dipoto, Brock & Salk celebrate what they view as a positive step for the Mariners in their pursuit of the playoffs in the near future. Has Yusei Kikuchi pitched himself out of the Mariners' future plans? Howdy is heated about the Huskies' embarrassing loss to Montana, and Brock breaks down the tape to explain why it happens. Is Jimmy Lake's job on the line? Will the Dawgs turn to true freshman Sam Huard at QB? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
The Seahawks 2021 Season Hinges on These 4 Players

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 68:36


The Hawks preseason is over, and with most of the starters on offense sitting on the sidelines up to this point, who's to say how good this team actually is? Brock Huard, of course! Brock walks through the questions he's had answered over the last month by this team's roster construction and play on the field, highlights the questions that remain, and debates with Mike Salk the small group of players who will likely decide the Seahawks' fate in 2021. Salk identifies his candidates for surprise star of the year for the Mariners, and how Mariners fans should be crediting the Mets for their success this season--and not because of Jarred Kelenic. Finally, Brock gets a taste of humble pie with "Mean Tweets" while Salk shares his obsession with the Mets' "thumbs down" controversy that has a weird connection with Brooks Koepka. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Why Pete Carroll is Changing his Philosophy in 2021

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 68:09


Has Pete Carroll completely changed his "always compete" philosophy, and if so, are the Hawks better off for it? Brock & Salk are joined by FOX NFL anchor and Seahawks preseason play-by-play announcer Curt Menefee as they get to the bottom of why the Hawks have looked so uncompetitive in the preseason...and why, for the first time under Pete Carroll, that won't mean anything about whether this team is good in the regular season.  The Mariners are in the midst of the most surprisingly competitive Mariners team in Scott Servais and Jerry Dipoto's tenure with Seattle. Salk explains why he believes Servais deserves to win "Manager of the Year" for his team's performance, and why the Mariners had better lock him up to a contract extension before other teams pry him away this offseason. Brock breaks down the new college football alliance that's brewing between the PAC 12, ACC and BIG10, and a 4 letter word that sums up why this move is being made in Blue 88. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Hawks Preseason Opener Exposes Obvious Area of Concern

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 66:03


After a lackluster opening game to the 2021 preseason, Brock and Salk are left wondering what's real and what's pretend out the 20-6 loss. While two young defensive players stood out on the bright side, one position group has Brock looking on the trade market for answers. The Mariners remain in a postseason race, but if they miss the Wildcard, should the Mariners wait another year before spending big in free agency? Salk looks at some recent MLB dynasties for answers. The opening weekend of the NFL showcased a handful of interesting young QBs--did any stand out as the next Russell Wilson or Patrick Mahomes? Brock has some interesting insight on one rookie he believes is poised to rise above the rest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Brock Huard's EXCLUSIVE Inside Access to the Pro Football Hall of Fame; Hawks "Hold-Ins" Starting to Get Worrisome

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 66:39


Was Brock Huard given a personal invitation from Peyton Manning to attend his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame? Of course he was. He's Brock Huard! Brock shares some incredible interactions with NFL legends behind the scenes in Canton, Ohio. The Mariners made some aggressive moves at the deadline, but the M's win/loss record has been markedly worse since than before the deals were made. Did the M's get better, or did they ruin a good thing? Salk has some strong thoughts about the state of the Mariners as they head into the stretch run. Jamal Adams' contract situation has linger significantly longer than Brock & Salk anticipated--when are the alarm bells going to go off? Does Duane Brown's "hold in" as he waits for a contract extension tip the Seahawks' hand when it comes to how they will approach Russell Wilson after the end of the season? Find out in Blue 88. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Douglas Coleman Show
The Douglas Coleman Show w_ Shane Salk

The Douglas Coleman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 42:25


Shane Salk is an Owner/Partner in Shane Salk Productions and is an Award-winning Audio Drama Creator Producer and Sound Designer. Shane's projects now have over 200 Million impressions spanning more than 150 countries around the world. Having graduated from Chapman University with a BFA, acting has always been Shane's first love, something he was able to incorporate into his productions.Having grown up listening to old-time audio, Shane has a unique perspective on updating the medium and learning from the past. As his inaugural production, he is a creator of the show "We're Alive - A Zombie Story of Survival," which was launched in 2009.Shane moved from New York to Los Angeles to open a recording studio, for the initial purpose of being able to sustain a living as he produced his new project, "Carcerem." "Carcerem" is a female-led series starring Dana Powers, produced and created by Shane Salk and William Holmes. This production took over 3 years to develop and to complete the first season. With a style between Lord of the Rings and Princess Bride, this action-packed show features Sword fighting, epic battles, monsters magic, and much more. The entertainment industry is always changing so being able to pivot is a vital skill. In March of 2020, less than a year after opening the studio doors, the pandemic hit so Shane and the team had to change course through the world of safety and remote recordings to keeping the studio doors open for business, and production on time.As an actor he has preformed around the united states and Internationally with with Disney. As a voice performer he has appeared in shows such as American Dad and some of the largest Video Games in the world.Shane is also the Grandson of Dr. Jonas Salk.Shane Salk Social Media:Instagram: @ShaneSalkTwitter: @ShaneSalkCarcerem Social Media:Website: http://CarceremTheSeries.comInstagram: @CarceremTheSeriesTwitter:@CarceremSFacebook: www.facebook.com/CarceremTheSeriesThe Douglas Coleman Show now offers audio and video promotional packages for music artists as well as video promotional packages for authors. Please see our website for complete details. http://douglascolemanshow.comIf you have a comment about this episode or any other, please click the link below.https://ratethispodcast.com/douglascolemanshow

Career Journey Podcast
035: Shane Salk

Career Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 64:00


Shane Salk joins us to talk about acting, creating his own production company and his latest podcast, Carcerem. Listen to the highs and lows of his journey with acting, how to handle rejection/criticism, and the parallels between acting and college, or any career. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/career-journey/support

Brock and Salk
Seahawks Training Camp Storylines; M's are BUYERS After the Most Important Win of the Decade

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 76:23


Did the Mariners come-from-behind win over the Astros after Dylan Moore's grand slam officially vault the Mariners into the final stage of the rebuild? Brock & Salk think the M's are poised to be serious buyers at the deadline--with a catch. How far will the Mariners go at the trade deadline to push this team into the playoffs in 2021? Seahawks training camp kicks off this week. With Jamal Adams still unsigned and an entirely new offense, Brock & Salk lay out the most important storylines worth watching as the Hawks hit the field in front of their fans for the first time since 2019. The NHL drafts are in the books for the Kraken. Salk highlights his favorite players selected and poses some important questions about how the Kraken will do business over the next months before officially putting a team on the ice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bob, Groz and Tom
Hour 1 - Why the Mariners' huge Monday comeback win feels different

Bob, Groz and Tom

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 38:43


It was the craziest comeback in quite some time for the Mariners, so Stacy and Mike Salk start Tuesday by telling you why this one against Houston feels very different from all of the others. Also in the hour, our guy Jake Heaps checks in from Dad duty to weigh in on the Mariners' furious comeback. Who should the Mariners set their sights on as the trade deadline nears? Stacy and Salk have their wish list. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bob, Groz and Tom
Hour 2 - Mariners Radio's Gary Hill on another thrilling series win and what he wants to see happen at the trade deadline

Bob, Groz and Tom

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 40:10


How will the Mariners be able to spring the momentum forward from beating the A's three out of four when facing the Astros this week? Who should the Mariners be going after as the trade deadline nears? Stacy and Salk are joined by Gary Hill of the Mariners Radio Network to start off the second hour. In Four Down Territory, will Jamal Adams practice if he shows up in time for training camp? On The Timeline, the Mariners have it out for an Oakland starting pitcher. Also, what are you willing to give up if the Mariners are buyers at the trade deadline? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bob, Groz and Tom
Hour 1 - Do the 2021 Mariners deserve a shot at going for it?

Bob, Groz and Tom

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 39:10


They sit just a game and a half out of the second wild card spot after taking three of four from the A's, so are the Mariners in position to actually be buyers at the deadline and make a run at the playoffs? Stacy and Mike Salk open up Monday looking at what's in store for this team after another wild weekend series win. The conductor of the Dare to Dream Express, The Groz, stops by as he lets us know how he's feeling after another huge series win for the M's. The hour finishes with Salk saying the Mariners need to stop moseying around and extend Scott Servais now. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
The Complicated Story of Richard Sherman; Kraken Draft Primer

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 70:21


As the details of Richard Sherman's arrest continue to be released, Brock and Salk empathize with Seattle Sports fans who are caught in the middle of conflicting thoughts and emotions. How do you show support and sympathy for an athlete who is struggling in their personal life without excusing or dismissing their illegal, hurtful and dangerous actions during that time? Brock and Salk discuss how the healing process for Sherman may look and how a departure from his past worldview might be vital. The Kraken expansion draft is fast approaching--Mike Salk takes a deep dive into the potential franchise-defining names that could be selected and how they could shape the success of the team's inaugural season. The Mariners are just days away from the trade deadline, and the need for starting pitching is becoming clear. Brock and Salk both agree on ONE course of action the Mariners can't afford to take at the deadline. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dakota Datebook
Worst Polio Outbreak

Dakota Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 3:03


Last month we heard about the triumph of the Salk polio vaccine. Polio was a dreaded disease that could paralyze and even kill, and children were the most vulnerable. Before a vaccine, little could be done.

Brock and Salk
How the Mariners Can Repeat Their 1st Half Success with ONE Adjustment

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 65:30


The Mariners are in position for their first playoff appearance in 21 years at the All Star Break. In order to earn a Wild Card spot, Mike Salk believes they're going to need to make one addition to the roster. If they do make the Wild Card, who would start that game? Mike Salk has a surprising suggestion that hints at the key to the M's chances of making that game in the first place. Brock & Salk debate whether the Mariners would have been better off in the alternative universe where Shohei Ohtani signs with the M's--would Jarred Kelenic be a Mariner still? Brock remembers NFL coaching legend Alex Gibbs after his passing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dakota Datebook
Salk Polio Vaccine Shortage

Dakota Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 2:59


Polio vaccinations were in full swing in the summer of 1955 in North Dakota. A team led by Dr. Jonas Salk at the University of Pittsburgh developed the vaccine after years of philanthropy through the March of Dimes. Polio was the most dreaded disease of its time, and could paralyze and even kill children. The public welcomed Salk's vaccine with open arms.

Danny, Dave and Moore
Hour 4 - Jon Morosi

Danny, Dave and Moore

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 40:31


MLB Network's Jon Morosi joins Bob and Salk to talk through potential trade deadline acquisitions for the Mariners and whether the search for a new team president could impact contract decisions on Jerry Dipoto and Scott Servais. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Danny, Dave and Moore
Hour 3 - John Clayton

Danny, Dave and Moore

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 38:21


John Clayton joins Bob and Salk to discuss the Jamal Adams contract and why it might get contentious for both sides before a deal is reached. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Danny, Dave and Moore
Hour 2 - Ryan Divish

Danny, Dave and Moore

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 40:51


Seattle Times Mariners beat writer Ryan Divish joins Bob and Salk to discuss why J.P. Crawford's importance to the Mariners outweighs him not being selected to the All-Star Game. Plus, insight into potential trade pieces and what the future holds for contracts for Jerry Dipoto and Scott Servais. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
4 Trade Targets That Would Make the M's Playoff Push Believable

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 71:56


The Mariners can't stop winning, but there are obvious holes on the roster that need to be filled in order for this team to maintain their trajectory. Mike Salk identifies 4 potential trade targets for the Mariners before the July 31st trade deadline that would make sense in the short term without blocking prospects or costing prized young players in return. Brock recalls fond memories of one of the PAC12's most successful coaches, Salk gets in another fight with an old person, and Brock & Salk discuss how the PAC12 could get back to the glory days now that "name and likeness" restrictions have been lifted for NCAA athletes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Mariners Trending Up, But Big Questions Loom

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 77:47


The Mariners keep winning games through June, setting up for a critical evaluation period for the team as the July trade deadline fast approaches. Are there enough positive, sustainable aspects of the Mariners' winning ways to make the Mariners buyers? If Mitch Haniger needs to be traded, who makes that decision since GM Jerry Dipoto doesn't have a contract beyond this season? What could be preventing Mariners ownership from committing to Dipoto and Servais beyond this year? A landmark Supreme Court decision could spell the end of the NCAA, while Brock & Salk solve the NFL's COVID protocol crisis in less than 5 minutes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
The Oracles: Brock & Salk Predict Seahawks Minicamp Headlines--Will Jamal Adams Play in 2021?

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 64:29


As Seahawks mandatory minicamp gets underway, Brock & Salk provide their predictive headlines of what they expect to read coming out of this phase of the offseason. Will the Hawks actually sign Jamal Adams, or will they play hardball and try to force him to play out his deal this year if he doesn't accept their offer? The Mariners are just weeks away from the trade deadline--how can the team afford to make any moves if GM Jerry Dipoto isn't under contract next year? Brock wonders if the Mariners will make a preemptive move and give a contract extension to J.P. Crawford after his breakout season to date. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
The Teams: 1956

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 141:47


The Sponsor: If you're buying or reselling, talk to Matt Demorest at HomeSure Lending now and see if you can't lock in a low rate while it lasts. He's a rad dude, and hasn't recently made MSU change its name or made you listen to Dickie V for five minutes in the middle of a broadcast. Previously: 1879, 1893, 1901, 1918, 1925, 1932, 1940, 1947, 1950, 1964, 1973, 1976, 1980, 1985 p.1& p.2, 1988, 1991, 1999, 2003, 2011 p.1 & p.2 [Writeup and player after THE JUMP] 1. Football in 1956 (starts at 1:00) F. Scott Fitzgerald was a super weird fan. Eisenhower vs. Stevenson. Platooning is out, T-formation passing and facemasks are in. Rose Bowl has a no-repeat rule. Ohio State is banned from the postseason. The Pac falls apart because every school is selling each other out. Everybody's playing each other. Racism: South is still segregated, North has an unofficial quota system so every team has one Black guy. At Michigan: Slippery Rock scores, a dog that makes a dashing goal line stand, and the Salk polio vaccine. 2. Fucking Kramer (starts at 31:34) courtesy Peg Canham-Keeley (left) Had a sweeter shooting stroke than Caleb Houstan. Created the modern tight end who's both offensive tackle and downfield receiving threat. “It was like having a license to play 12 guys” –Lombardi. At his funeral they asked the assembled “Who's ever been kissed on the mouth by Ron Kramer” and everyone raised their hand, including the media, and Don Canham's wife. Was to Michigan fans of his day as Denard is to modern fans. Never lifted a weight. “Big” scandal before 1956: his GPA is a 2.01 because Michigan just gives solid letter grades, but you need a C+ average, and Look Magazine reports Kramer shouldn't be eligible. 3. The Team Besides Kramer (starts at 00:00) The size of squads are just starting to balloon in this era, and Michigan is up to 60 players from 40 two years prior and 32 two years before that. Team was made of ends, I guess because they all wanted to play for Oosterbaan the way Juwan Howard has all the bigs. Tom Maentz is 6'3/210, Kramer is 6'3/216 and four guys they can play behind them. Jirm Orwing and Al Sigman are vets but they're hoping Willie Smith “who rocks the scales at 237” pushes Sigman. Agile and speedy guards in Dick Hill and Varv Nyren. Hill already a star. No depth--moved a guy from end.  New center is Mike Rotunno who also switched from End. They get back Gene Snider who started in 1954 but was ineligible in 1955 and is a solid linebacker. Big backfield with Herrnsten (6'2) and Ptacek (6'1) coming up from freshman. Nobody's much of a passer they worry. Ptacek (“Tah-check”) is a “locomotive” type and their best passer. Pace is the better runner but not a great defender, gained 10 pounds in the offseason. 4. The Games, Part I (starts at 1:3259) 9/29: #7 Michigan 42, UCLA 13. UCLA finished #4 in the AP last year after losing a close Rose Bowl to MSU, but PCC sanctions came down and all of the 1955 starters were ineligible to play for half a season. Sanders staggered all of their suspensions. Stars were back Donnie Long, Guard Esker Harris, Center Jim Matheny, and back Bruce Ballard. They were a single-wing team as well but passed a lot, going 9/22.  UCLA had four fumbles. Michigan just ran the ball for 234 yards. Went 4/9 passing including a 70-yard TD to Ron Kramer from Terry Barr. Kramer and Maddock each kicked three XPs. 10/6: #5 Michigan 0, #2 MSU 9. Duffy's 3rd season, coming off their 9-1 1955 “national championship year” when they only lost to Michigan and won a fantastic Rose Bowl that ended on a last-second field goal the kicker thought he missed and the ref had to convince him otherwise. Again game played in Ann Arbor--1953 was last time we went to EL but they had just added 9000 seats and were planning to add the 2nd decks in 1957. Coming off a 21-7 win over #12 Stanford, so this is a game of top 5s. Got over 100k in the stadium (101,001 is the listed and the capacity). State has Clarence Peaks, who went 7th overall in the draft. Michigan dominates statistically but can't punch it in, Herrnstein throws an awful INT setting up an MSU field goal. Herrnsten fumbled in the 4th Q and set State up at the 21, and they scored for the 9-0 score. Reel is on youtube. 10/13: #12 Michigan 48, #15 Army 14. Second year in a row playing at Michigan Stadium, shows how far Army's fallen? Big game that draws a national audience despite both teams falling to Tier #2 by now. 10/20: #8 Michigan 34, Northwestern 20. Ara Parseighian's first year, they used to yell “Rose Bowl!” if they got a first down. 10/27: #5 Michigan 7, Minnesota 20. WTF! Big upset on homecoming. Michigan scores quickly then Injuries: Lost Terry Barr (ankle) Kramer starts playing cornerback on defense for him. Pace, Orwig, and Hill went out. Time ran out at the end of the 1st half with Michigan on Minnesota's 4 yard line. Minnesota's “blitz offense” took over in the 4th Q after Michigan had a 7-0 lead at halftime and 7-6 lead at the end of the 3rd Q. Ran a hurry-up offense from the Wing-T and Michigan's “defensive timing was thrown off” by it. Two last-chance drives ended on downs to set up another Minnesota score, and the last drive ended on an INT in the endzone. Box score shows the yards and stats were close. #1 Michigan State was upset by 1-3 Illinois the same day, which meant Iowa and Ohio State were the only undefeated/untied B10 teams (Minnesota had a tie with NW) 11/3: #17 Michigan 17, at #7 Iowa 14. Check out the route to get there: Remember this the next time you're crying bored on I-94. Forest Evashevski's Iowa--only game they lost all year, second year in a row M was the only loss of the Rose Bowl winner, and 4th close game in a row he lost to his alma mater. No wonder the guy went nuts. Mike Shatusky, 3rd string RHB scored two second-half TDs to bring M back from down 14-3. Last one was at 1:06 in the game. Best UM played all year, coming up in big moments. 5. The Games, Part II (starts at 2:14:37) 11/10: #10 Michgian, Illinois 7. Wing-T team with a great backfield and one great guard. Revenge for the loss in 1955. This was a weird year for Illinois--two ties and lots of very close games, beat #1 MSU and Cal in a 2-5-2 season. Star cornerback/halfback Abe Woodson (who became one of the best kick returners of the 1960s in the NFL) had three second-half TDs and also set hurdles records. RB Dale Smith was good too, and UM was focused on stopping Bobby Mitchell and Larry Jefferson who'd torched them in ‘55. Smith scored on a left pitchout on their first drive--just a great individual play--but Michigan tightened up and ran all over them (328 yards, 120 from Pace). Took control on a Statue of Liberty play on 4th and 4 at the Illinois 12. Crowd cheered when Iowa beat Minnesota, which kept Michigan in the Big Ten title race (needing help from OSU to beat Iowa). Also we hate Minnesota. Would have been extremely unfair for M to go to the Rose Bowl--it was based on wins and Michigan had a 7th Big Ten game. 11/17: #10 Michigan 49, Indiana 26. Offense took over, but only 58,515 showed up (still a record for attendance, 566,093, breaking the 1949 record by 3k.) Kramer made one of his “miracle catches” and was all over the place, including a Woodsonesque interception and two more bat-downs in keeping IU's QB Steve Filipowski to one reception. Nobody mentioned the Heisman. Bittersweet win because Ohio State lost to Iowa, which gave Iowa the Big Ten championship. Michigan, with a win over Iowa and an extra Big Ten game, would have been able to go with a victory over Ohio State next week. 11/24: Michigan 19, at #12 Ohio State 0 Rivalry becoming #1 for Michigan? Blanking OSU isn't even above the fold in the Daily!!!! But 10k rooters went. Clearly the #1 for OSU: “For the almost fanatical Ohio crowd, the defeat meant “a poor season.” In Ohio, the Michigan-Ohio game often means the success or failure of a whole year. Also the Buckeyes “only” won six games this year. Woody Hayes in Year 6. OSU was playing for a 3rd straight Big Ten conf title. SCANDAL: OSU gets a slap on the wrist: Big Ten investigated Woody's loans to players, Woody refused to provide any accounting of his loans. Investigation also found “serious irregularity” in their off-campus work program. Probation for one year and ineligible for the Rose Bowl, which they weren't eligible for anyway. Tragically talented: Woody has a great line and backfield (11 guys drafted). One of those players is Jim Parker, the best G in the country. Outland winner. Went 8th overall and tackle Bill Michael went 16th overall. Woody is so confident he won the toss and chose the wind (that's not deferring--M got both kickoffs). Fumble luck favors Michigan: OSU lost all 4 of theirs, Michigan recovered all three of theirs. But Michigan's defense knew Woody was going to keep it to the ground and tightened up against the run, playing Kramer like a Viper. Kramer is outstanding in his final game. Literally flying through the air on some of his tackles. Delicious Woody tears: On Ohio State fans. Wrap: Heisman vote this year was LUDICROUS. Everyone but Tennessee fans and the worst Domers agrees who should have won. -------------------------------------------- MUSIC: "Green Door”—Jim Lowe "Why Do Fools Fall in Love”—Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers “I'm in Love Again”—Fats Domino “Long Tall Sally”—Little Richard “Across 110th Street”

Brock and Salk
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah: "Win Now" Mode for the Seahawks

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 89:15


NFL draft expert and former front office member Daniel Jeremiah joins Brock & Salk to give his perspective on the Hawks' roster and tenuous situation with Russell Wilson as OTAs wrap up. Why did he advocate for the Hawks to trade for Julio Jones, and is he serious about the Hawks' relationship with Russell Wilson ending in just 2 years? Jarred Kelenic has been sent down--hear Salk's 5 reasons why the move is good...and not so good for the Mariners' rebuild. Potpourri brings tales from the Great North from Brock, numerology as the NFL expands single-digit eligibility, and some exciting news on the Seattle Kraken front. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dragon Talk - An Official Dungeons & Dragons Podcast
Shane Salk and Dana Powers, Insight Check with Joshua Morris

Dragon Talk - An Official Dungeons & Dragons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 97:43


Brock and Salk
Julio Jones to the Seahawks? Not So Fast...

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 66:28


What's that, you say? A star pass catcher is on the trade block and the Seahawks are linked to him? Mike Salk and NBC Sports Northwest's Joe Fann discuss the legitimacy of the rumors linking Julio Jones to the Seahawks. What would it cost to trade for Julio? Would the Hawks pull the trigger? Does he make the Hawks' the team to beat in the NFC West? You might be surprised at the answers... The Mariners are streaking, Jarred Kelenic may dip below .100 in the batters box, and the window to contend is fast approaching. Salk has a new mantra for the next phase of the rebuild and a path to competing that would speed things up. Finish off the episode with a PACKED edition of "Which is Better?" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
When Will the Mariners Decide If They're Competitive?

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 68:23


Logan Gilbert and Jarred Kelenic are here. The Mariners have slid heavily for 2 weeks. Multiple players still have batting averages under the Mendoza line 2 months into the season. Is there an answer for this team...and who should make it? GM Jerry Dipoto and manager Scott Servais are in the final months of their contracts--have they done enough to extend them? Brock & Salk sift through the challenging decisions that need to be made in the coming weeks in order to take the Mariners rebuild to the next level. Major golf feud and an old guy dominate the weekend, while Blue 88 explores whether the Shane Waldron offense will allow Russell Wilson to ascend to a higher level of efficiency--and whether that can happen while he and most of the team skip OTAs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Jeff Passan: The M's Rebuild is Working; A New Seahawks LB May be Preventing K.J. Re-Signing

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 74:47


Jarred Kelenic's debut series was LOUD, but is it a flash in the pan? After so many failed prospects in the last 20 years, Brock & Salk welcome in "The Wet Blanket" (A.K.A. ESPN MLB Insider Jeff Passan) to rain on the parade...with sunshine? You'll be surprised to hear the optimism Passan has for the Mariners' outlook. The Seahawks' relationship with current free agent linebacker K.J. Wright seems to be going nowhere, but is it because a former 1st round pick is making a position change that has the Hawks' second guessing a return for the former Pro Bowler? Salk, Kyle and Howdy had some unique experiences over the weekend that include nearly killing a man with a golf ball, ruining a woman's home video and a trailer park. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Revelations Radio Network

Canary Cry News Talk 334 - 05.07.2021 - ANTI-POKE BABIES: No God, Chinese Rocket, Chile Mind Control, Human-Bot Hybrids   Our LINK TREE: https://linktr.ee/canarycrynewstalk SUBSCRIBE TO US ON: NewPodcastApps.com   Trump Biden play Fortnight Starlink footage Ted Cruz sleep, Biden speech   FLIPPY -Digi-Cuomo Put Down   CHINESE NEWS -23 Ton Chinese Rocket Tumbling back to earth (NY Times) -US will not shoot down remnant of large Chinese rocket headed back towards earth (Clip)   MIND CONTROL -Chile, trying to become first country to have laws against mind control   WACCINE -Jab for children, “what we know so far” (GMA) -Tests on children, and repeating media (Phili I) -Jab for kids is key to herd immunity (Houston) -J&J jab insert is basically blank (Clip) -Jab shedding debunked? (Politifact)      -pfizer shedding paper    --*Spike Protein role in additional key role in Illness* (Salk) -Japan spends Rona Relief on Squid Statue (NY Times) -Parks Carried the Pandemic, “Thank Them” (Vice) -Waccine summary from The Israeli People’s Committee (Lloyd V) -New Nuremberg Trials, 2021   BREAK (producer party)   POLYTICK -Biden doesn’t mention God on National Prayer Day

The David Knight Show
Fri 7May21 Salk Institute says Spike Protein “Manufactured” by mRNA Vax Cause Cardiac Issues

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 108:12


* INTERVIEW: Gerald Celente - Hyperinflation? Stagflation? Taxes?* The Salk Institute with funding from NIH explains how the spike — made by the mRNA vaccines cause cardiac issues* GOP loses its principles with Stefanik, sells its soul with Jenner* More election fraud theatre so that serious reform NEVER happens * Even Trevor Noah isn't buying the lockdown/vaccine narrativeFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-showOr you can send a donation through,PayPal at:  https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/davidknightshowVenmo at:  venmo@davidknightshowCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight, POB 1323, Elgin, TX 78621

Brock and Salk
Seahawks 3 Draft Picks are Another Step Closer to a Championship

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 74:28


3 picks = Seahawks draft success? Mike needs to be convinced...and Brock takes on the challenge. Was it enough to build confidence in the Hawks' Super Bowl hopes this year? Listen here to find out! Aaron Rodgers and the Packers seem to be headed for a split sooner rather than later, but will he even suit up for Green Bay this year? Brock & Salk try to determine whether there is a path for healing for the two and where the blame should fall. The Mariners have struggled at the plate--now that the minor league season has started, does the clock start ticking on Jarred Kelenic's call up? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Best and Worst Case Scenarios for the Seahawks Draft

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 68:01


The Seahawks enter the 2021 draft with 3 picks, but the rest of the NFC West is primed to shift dramatically over the course of the draft. What's the best-case scenario for the Hawks out of the draft? What's the nightmare scenario? Brock & Salk have their eyes squarely on one position and one team that may direct the course of the division over the next 3 years. The Mariners continue to play strong baseball in many areas, but with so many hitters struggling, when is the right time to make a move with Evan White and other young prospects? Brock breaks down the future of K.J. Wright in Blue 88. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brock and Salk
Upstart Mariners Entering Phase 2 of 2021 Growth Plan; Will Sam Huard Start for UW This Year?

Brock and Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 63:04


Want to know what it's like to have kidney stones? Probably not. But Mike has some...graphic details for you. More importantly--the Mariners are off to another hot start, and Brock & Salk break down what's real and what isn't. If you want a reason to believe that this start could materialize into a playoff berth, Salk thinks the Mariners are about to add some significant upside to their current roster. Aldon Smith's arrest warrant puts his recent signing into question for the Seahawks, but should they have known better? Blue 88 brings an answer to the Hawks' backup QB plans in 2021 and an insider update on Husky QB Sam Huard's progress in spring ball. Is the nation's #2 ranked QB in the class of 2021 on pace to win the starting job?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.