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Mitlin Money Mindset
The Designer's Creative Studio with Theron Skees, Episode #117

Mitlin Money Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 47:07


Theron Skees is a highly adaptive, solution-oriented creative executive with 30 years of experience assembling and leading multi-disciplined teams for both domestic and international projects in the Themed Entertainment Industry.  Theron is a veteran of Walt Disney Imagineering and he has led diverse creation, design, and construction projects from hundreds of millions to multiple billions of dollars in a wide variety of experience types.  He is a corporate culture evangelist who applies vision, strategy, focus, and high personal standards to advance design and increase brand equity by using stories as the key element to deliver business goals and make an emotional connection to guests. Theron founded The Designer's Creative Studio to leverage his skills and experiences for the worldwide business community. Listen in for some great takeaways from his time at Disney and his passion for creating unbelievable experiences for people.  You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... Learn more about Theron and The Designer's Creative Studio [3:20] What business owners can learn from the Disney experience [6:26]  How they approach the physical environments on Disney cruise ships [11:40]  Why being laid off from Disney was the best thing that ever happened [15:56]  Theron shares why every business needs to find its “Why” [22:50] How Theron uses creativity and storytelling to design customer experiences [25:49]  Why getting to know your customers inside and out really matters [30:18]  The importance of making creativity part of your company culture [34:15]  Why Theron screens and selects the clients he works with carefully [38:27] What Theron did today that put him in the right mindset for success [43:02] Why being laid off from Disney was the best thing that ever happened One of Theron's favorite quotes was Eleanor Roosevelt's: “I'm like a tea bag. You never know how strong I am until you put me in hot water.” His career in Imagineering at Disney equated to that. Every new role he took on was something he'd never done before. He continued to take on bigger and bigger roles. He worked 70-hour weeks and traveled at least one week a month. When he was designing cruise ships, he had to fly 9 hours and drive two hours to simply get to the shipyard.  When he was laid off, he realized it was a gift. He notes that very few opportunities give you time to stop, think, and reevaluate. Theron decided to take the rest of his career and manage it the way he wanted to. Now he does consulting, keynotes and workshops, and executive coaching. He's doing what he loves and interacting with people he enjoys working with.  Theron shares why every business needs to find its “Why” Your “why” is important on every level. Theron uses Simon Sinek's Golden Circle process with clients. He's typically hired to help clients refine their brands. So the first thing they do is cover their why: Who are you as a company? Why do you do what you do? From there, the how and the what are easier to put together.  Your why story as a company should be expressed in every single touchpoint of your brand—your website, your people, your social media, and more. Engaging your customer in the why of your brand helps create consistency in their experience. How Theron uses creativity and storytelling to design customer experiences Theron is a believer in the Experience Economy approach. Whether it's a product or service, it emphasizes that you're dealing with human beings. And humans catalog memories in story format. So it only makes sense to create experiences driven by story.  Every type of interaction with your brand should be designed to be memorable. If you create story-driven experiences that create an emotional connection between your customer and your brand, what you do becomes magical. They'll want to repeat the experience again and again. It works in every vertical of the economy. Story is a consistent element that drives brand equity and creates built-in differentiation within your own segment.  The importance of making creativity part of your company culture Business people should be more creative and creative people need to be more business-minded. Businesses need to stay nimble and make decisions quickly. Risk-taking is allowing yourself to fail forward.  As humans, we get comfortable when we move into success. It's easy to camp on that. But many big box stores that did that are no longer in existence (like Sears and Toys R Us). You need to be fast on your feet and think in terms of impossible things. You can't be 100% satisfied with where you are. How would you tackle something that seems impossible? Being creative shakes things up.  Theron is a wealth of information about designing customer experiences that are memorable to gain lifelong customers. Listen to this episode to learn from a master creator! Resources & People Mentioned Start with Why The Experience Economy Connect with Theron Skees The website On Instagram On Linkedin On Facebook On YouTube Bio Theron is a highly adaptive, solution-oriented creative executive with 30 years of experience assembling and leading multi-disciplined teams for both domestic and international projects in the Themed Entertainment Industry. A veteran of Walt Disney Imagineering, he has led diverse creation, design and construction projects from hundreds of millions to multiple billions of dollars in a wide variety of experience types. He is a corporate culture evangelist who applies vision, strategy, focus and high personal standards to advance design and increase brand equity. Using “Story” as the key element to deliver business goals and make an emotional connection to guests Theron is an organized creative leader with exceptional capability in managing multiple, concurrently running teams and is a highly respected, natural communicator who interfaces positively and professionally at all levels. He is a fair negotiator who is level headed under pressure and does what it takes to get the job done. Founder of The Designer's Creative Studio that seeks to leverage this skill and experience to the worldwide business community, Theron is also a global public speaker and a guest educator at multiple universities.  Guests on the Mitlin Money Mindset Show are not affiliated with CWM, LLC, and opinions expressed herein may not be representative of CWM, LLC. CWM, LLC is not responsible for the guest's content linked on this site. Connect With Mitlin Financial podcast(at)MitlinFinancial.com - email us with your suggestions for topics or guests https://mitlinfinancial.com  Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram Subscribe on Youtube Follow on Linkedin Follow on Facebook Subscribe to Mitlin Money Mindset™ on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts

The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie
Winsome Earle-Sears: School Choice 'Is New Brown v. Board' Fight

The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 38:45


Virginia's lieutenant governor wants state education dollars to fund students, not school buildings.

RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show
Deadlier Than Ever: Part 1 Auto Sears

RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 25:31


Unregulated tactical accessories are making guns more lethal - Part I of a two-part series. This Tuesday, Radio GAG will explore the issue of unregulated tactical accessories, in a two-part series, starting with the "auto sear." Although AR-type rifles are often involved in mass shootings, handguns are actually the most used weapon. Handguns and ARs have now become more deadly than ever thanks to the auto sear, which will convert a conventional semi-automatic weapon into a fully automatic one for only $20. Radio GAG's guest this week is Alain Stephens, who will explain the auto sear and how this little Lego-like device is challenging law enforcement as the death count rises. Our "In Memorium" will commemorate Stephen “Twitch” Boss, whose recent suicide shocked his many friends and fans. We will also hear from Jay W. Walker and Sonni Moon from the GAG march/rally for the victims of Monterey Park shooting.

Future of Fitness
Jim Barr - Nautilus & The Future of Home Fitness

Future of Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 53:40


As CEO of Nautilus, Inc. (NYSE: NLS), Jim is leading a turn-around and growth transformation of the #3 provider (#1 in unit sales) of home fitness equipment and experiences under the Bowflex, Schwinn, Nautilus and JRNY brands. He and his team have implemented a new “North Star” digital transformation strategy targeting new consumer segments, pivoting around connected fitness experiences, re-invigorated omni-channel distribution, instilling more disciplined focus and supply chain enhancements and building talent and capabilities. Strategy expected to result in strong, predictable growth, double digit operating margins and 20% of revenue from recurring subscriptions by 2026. Jim has built a world-class diverse executive team, including a new CFO, CMO, CHRO, Chief Digital Officer, Chief Supply Chain Officer and General Counsel. After multiple years of decline, the NLS team more than doubled sales from $309M to $691M over the first two years. NLS market cap grew 20x at peak. Jim and team are currently continuing to lead NLS' long-term transformation while balancing short-term post-pandemic realities of deteriorating macro, retailer over-inventorying and sales-pull forward. Jim is a transformational leader with multiple successes in rapid growth of large-scale businesses (revenues up to $7B+) and teams across diverse industries, brands and customer-bases, including retail, B2B, industrial and consumer products. He specializes in reinvigorating growth in companies and brands that are addressing changing value propositions, customer behaviors and technologic disruptions. He has done this through customer insights, technological innovation, building winning customer experiences and world class teams and injecting digital into products, services, marketing and culture. Prior to Nautilus, he held president roles at Ritchie Bros., a global leader in the sales of used industrial equipment, OfficeMax and Sears. Jim's foundational digital experiences came as an executive for over a decade in Microsoft's online businesses. He currently serves as a corporate board director at Nautilus, Inc. and on the Miami University's Farmer School of Business BAC.   Links: https://www.nautilusinc.com/  https://modemethod.com/ ENTER CODE: ERIC15 for 15% discount Spren: https://www.spren.com/spren-vision Connected Health and Fitness I LOVE LMNT. If there is one person I trust with my nutrition and supplementation, it's Robb Wolf. LMNT is a tasty electrolyte drink mix with everything you need and nothing you don't. That means a science-backed electrolyte ratio – with none of the junk. No sugar. No coloring. No artificial ingredients. No gluten. No fillers. No BS. The benefits are numerous, but here's a few to wet your whistle... ​  Prevent and eliminate headaches, muscle cramps, fatigue, sleeplessness, and other common symptoms of electrolyte deficiency  Boost performance and recovery. Electrolytes facilitate hundreds of functions in the body, including the conduction of nerve impulses, hormonal regulation, nutrient absorption, and fluid balance  Support a low-carb lifestyle by preventing, mitigating, and eliminating the “low carb/keto flu”  Support healthy fasting. LMNT replaces electrolytes without breaking a fast ​ Personally, I'm a big fan of intermittent fasting and drinking LMNT daily during my fasting hours provides noticeable improvements in energy, focus, and gut function. Most of all, it helps me drink more water throughout the day and that's never a bad thing (it also mixes well in a cocktail, but you didn't hear that from me).   The Ultimate Plan tests up to 43 blood biomarkers—including glucose, cholesterol, cortisol, and hemoglobin—for a complete and holistic analysis of your health. Whether you want to improve athletic performance, extend longevity, or improve your overall wellness, this is your all-encompassing solution. ​ Your data tells the story of your health. Insidetracker goes beyond identifying generic, “clinically normal” ranges to unveil your body's unique, optimal biomarker zones. you'll discover where you're optimized and where there's room for improvement. ​ Insidetracker puts a nutritionist and personal trainer in your pocket with daily, data-driven recommendations. precise adjustments to your diet, exercise, and supplement intake can help you reach healthy biomarker zones and achieve your wellness goals. ​ What you'll get:  Blood test and analysis of 43 biomarkers  Personalized optimal biomarker zones  Action plan with nutrition, exercise, supplement, and lifestyle recommendations  Connect your Fitbit or Garmin fitness trackers via our iOS or Android app  Ability to upload third party blood test results

Fight Laugh Feast USA
Having Two Legs: Big Tech Buying Big Con, Crowder, the Daily Wire, and the Ethics of Tapping [Pastor Toby's Blog]

Fight Laugh Feast USA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 13:27


Big Tech Buying Big Con Crowder, the Daily Wire, and the Ethics of Tapping Introduction So Steven Crowder has collided with Jeremy Boreing and the Daily Wire. What began as what appeared to be what one friend called Crowder’s “Jerry McGuire Moment” (which I admit I had to look up to understand the reference), quickly turned a bit ugly with the revelation of an apparently secret recording of a private conversation between Crowder and DW CEO Jeremy Boreing discussing differing philosophies of doing business. In what follows, I would like to briefly outline the case for Crowder’s point, and then I want to address the ethics of conversation recording. Crowder’s Point First, Crowder’s initial claim was that “Big Con” is in bed with Big Tech. Reviewing an anonymous contract offer, Crowder warned in a video that provisions for salary cuts based on censorship from Big Tech companies (such as Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) essentially leave conservative commentators out to dry on their own. Jeremy Boreing came out shortly thereafter explaining that the contract was an initial start-the-conversation offer with Crowder and he was happy to claim it as his own. Boreing argued that something like the salary cuts for losing social media platforms is necessary simply because of the math involved in the business venture. A platform like Daily Wire has to be able to count on certain amounts of revenue from social media in order to pay its partners; if that revenue dries up, they won’t be able to pay their partners, hence the proposed pay cuts. I get the math, and on a purely business level, I understand why it seems like a reasonable, utilitarian proposal. There’s nothing monstrous or insidious about that sort of deal, all by itself. However, I’m definitely sympathetic to Crowder’s overall point, which he claims was never about the money but simply about Big Con (Big Conservatism) standing up for free speech and pushing back against Big Tech. If we’re going to have multi-million dollar conservative news and commentary outlets, what good are they if they are not actively pushing back against Big Tech and seeking to protect their partners from cancel culture? Maybe Jeremy Boreing thinks he’s playing the long game, but I happen to think they are already halfway over the waterfall that will soon take them down the FOX News drain. Denise McAlister is on record claiming that she was fired from the Daily Wire for being outspoken about the sinfulness of homosexuality. Ben Shapiro reportedly told her that he didn’t want to rock that boat because they happen to be big donors/sponsors. I’ve also written previously that Jeremy Boreing’s razor ad was a pretty significant faceplant: pushing back against woke cancel culture by weaponizing proto-woke motifs isn’t a winning strategy. While I don’t really care if Jeremy wants to joke around about being the Daily Wire “god king,” strutting around his offices with four boobs (two on either side of him) is what got us here in the first place. And by “here,” I mean that you cannot objectify women, turning them into objects to be used for “conservative” ends, and then complain when some men decide they would like to cut them off teenage girls or put some fake ones on themselves. I certainly grant that men lusting after women is more “natural” than men lusting to be women or deform women. But that’s like saying it’s more natural to steal steak than trash. Stealing is still a sin, and sin is the kind of poison that always destroys and warps. Sin is insanity, and there aren’t any brakes on that car. Why was Boreing cool with his Razor Ad? Because sex sells. It makes money. Of course, Boreing thinks he’s making conservatism sexy, and I’m all for the alternative economy and pushing back against woke razors. But you can’t put a little bit of eyeliner on and insist that you’re sticking it to the Drag Queens. Even if all your fans go along with it, that’s still utilitarianism. Doing whatever “works” is not taking a sledgehammer to leftism; it’s actually getting a sledgehammer ready for leftism. Finally, Crowder’s point seems legitimate to me because of Jordan Peterson’s interview with Dave Rubin concerning his boutique, test-tube “family.” The atrocity of that conversation, as Peterson’s grand welcome to the Daily Wire still astonishes me. And as I noted at the time, it was right around the same time that the Daily Wire announced that they were working on children’s programming since Disney has gone woker than an angry Karen at a BLM rally in Seattle. Given the way Peterson handled Rubin’s homosexuality, claims of “marriage” to his sodomite lover, the rented uteruses, the eggs purchased from a Sears catalogue, and his freezers full of breastmilk, I believe Jeremy Boreing and the Daily Wire also still owe the whole world an apology for presenting that steaming pile as anything close to conservative. The juxtaposition of that interview with the announcement of children’s programming colored me nonplussed. The same Daily Wire that had just stroked its three thoughtful philosophical chin hairs contemplating the purchase of eggs, renting of wombs, and freezers full of breastmilk would like to provide children’s programming. At this point, they have lost all credibility (Matt Walsh’s documentary notwithstanding) on the subject of what is a woman, a family, a marriage, children, or appropriate content. Thus far, my concerns with the Daily Wire, and why Crowder’s warning that Big Con might be getting sodomized by Big Tech seems reasonable to me. Sorry, let me say it nicer. Big Tech might be buying Big Con’s eggs and inseminating them in test tubes in order to grow good liberal citizens in the Daily Wire’s rented womb, looking a little conservative (with cleavage like their mom), but definitely ideologically of their father. I have no idea if these sorts of compromises are even on Crowder’s radar. But I would hope they are, and if they aren’t, maybe he has his own list of free speech compromises. The Ethics of Secret Recordings At the same time, unless another shoe drops, and some massive scandal is revealed at the Daily Wire, it looks to me that Crowder made a major blunder in secretly recording a phone call he had with Jeremy Boreing about the Daily Wire business model and releasing snippets of it publicly. I think Crowder was free to talk about his concerns with the proposed contract and business philosophy, but recording someone without their knowledge or consent is an act of war. Recording someone without their knowledge or consent is to identify them as your enemy. This is because recording someone without their knowledge or consent is a form of deception. When we talk to one another, we generally assume the context of our conversations, and it is a form of deception to allow someone to assume one context (friendly, informal discussion/debate) when another is actually in mind (every word is being examined, fishing for dirt/sabotage). Of course if you want to ask for permission to record or announce that a recording is in progress for the sake of keeping a faithful record of the conversation, that is certain permissible, and can be perfectly friendly, but that openness keeps the conversation friendly because it is honest, straightforward, and not at all duplicitous. But secret recordings are duplicitous. Of course in a world of modern technology, it is incredibly easy to record or be recorded. We often joke that with iPhones and Siri and Alexa, all of our homes are bugged, all of our conversations are being recorded. I mean, we’ve all had the eerie experience of talking to someone about spatulas, and then five minutes later, scrolling on Facebook there’s an ad for spatulas. I mean, it’s not even very subtle. Nevertheless, in the ordinary course of things, when you call someone up on the phone or go to coffee with them, even when you’re negotiating a potential business deal, good faith, means, well, good faith. It means that while people certainly may have multiple loyalties and responsibilities to juggle, what is being discussed and debated is what is being discussed and debated. As a pastor, I’ve had situations where an aggrieved spouse has secretly recorded conversations or arguments with their spouse. While I can sympathize with the instinct (e.g. I want my pastor to hear exactly what she/he sounds like in private), unless we are talking about actual criminal activity that needs to be taken to the police, it is almost always like pulling out a nuke at a fist fight. Don’t do it. While a relationship can be severely strained by arguments, losing tempers, harsh words, people do not understand the damage that can be done by duplicity, by deceptive recording. It is one thing to simply disagree, to disagree vehemently. It is another thing to submarine all trust. “A brother offended is harder to be won than a strong city: and their contentions are like the bars of a castle” (Prov. 18:19). The only other category the Bible admits would be lies/deception that trick people into doing the right thing. We see this with Jacob and Rebecca deceiving Isaac, tricking him into obeying God and giving Jacob the blessing. Tamar, the daughter in-law of Judah, deceives her father in-law into providing for her, and there are some court intrigues under David, where Joab sends the wise old woman in to plead before David, and later, even Bathsheba’s plea for the throne for Solomon included some sleight of hand, calculated to prod David to do what needed to be done. But that doesn’t appear to be what is going on in the Crowder/Daily Wire collision. This appears to me to be a legitimate conflict of visions and principles that got personal. The collision would have already made the personal relationships that existed more strained as it is, but I think Crowder’s decision to record a private conversation and release excerpts of that conversation needlessly punched below the belt. Conclusion So I have sympathy for Crowder’s concerns, and structurally, I actually agree that Daily Wire has a business model that will long term suck them into the big money liberal vortex (if it hasn’t already). While many of the players and contributors have personal principles of conservatism (which I’m very grateful for!), the fundamental ideology governing the business model is a right-leaning libertarianism and utilitarianism, which is ultimately a humanistic cancer in our society. It’s great to have the libertarians as co-belligerents against bloated, overweening government, and on many policies, we can agree, since biblical conservatism really does envision a small, limited civil government and great freedom for individuals, families, and associations. But if we do not have a structural commitment to the biblical principles of liberty (freedom from the coercion of Big Tech, crony capitalism, etc.), it will not last long. *And for the same reason, I would urge Crowder to admit that the secret recording was below the belt, unethical, unkind, and apologize. If he really believes in conservative values, then that would prove it.* Otherwise, as it stands, it appears that Crowder has employed some of the same utilitarian worldview in the name of conservatism and calls his whole complaint into question, and that would explain why Republicans and conservatives in general can’t have nice things. One last thought: some of you may wonder why it wouldn’t be ethical to consider Daily Wire an enemy since they already appear to be so compromised on homosexuality and eugenics. Well, I would grant that someone might conclude that (although I don’t, since folks like Walsh and Knowles seem to be holding a principled biblical line, albeit as Roman Catholics), but even if someone has concluded that they are enemies, I think good faith includes the honor of actually declaring war. Don’t say you’re still friends despite this disagreement and then stab your “friend” in the back publicly. That isn’t good faith. If you’ve concluded that your former friends are not friends anymore but actually enemies, then say so. Tell them directly. Then feel free to record every conversation you have. In this world there will be fights, and there will be wars, but we are Christians, and so we believe in just wars and clean fights.

CrossPolitic Studios
Having Two Legs: Big Tech Buying Big Con, Crowder, the Daily Wire, and the Ethics of Tapping [Pastor Toby's Blog]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 13:27


Big Tech Buying Big Con Crowder, the Daily Wire, and the Ethics of Tapping Introduction So Steven Crowder has collided with Jeremy Boreing and the Daily Wire. What began as what appeared to be what one friend called Crowder’s “Jerry McGuire Moment” (which I admit I had to look up to understand the reference), quickly turned a bit ugly with the revelation of an apparently secret recording of a private conversation between Crowder and DW CEO Jeremy Boreing discussing differing philosophies of doing business. In what follows, I would like to briefly outline the case for Crowder’s point, and then I want to address the ethics of conversation recording. Crowder’s Point First, Crowder’s initial claim was that “Big Con” is in bed with Big Tech. Reviewing an anonymous contract offer, Crowder warned in a video that provisions for salary cuts based on censorship from Big Tech companies (such as Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) essentially leave conservative commentators out to dry on their own. Jeremy Boreing came out shortly thereafter explaining that the contract was an initial start-the-conversation offer with Crowder and he was happy to claim it as his own. Boreing argued that something like the salary cuts for losing social media platforms is necessary simply because of the math involved in the business venture. A platform like Daily Wire has to be able to count on certain amounts of revenue from social media in order to pay its partners; if that revenue dries up, they won’t be able to pay their partners, hence the proposed pay cuts. I get the math, and on a purely business level, I understand why it seems like a reasonable, utilitarian proposal. There’s nothing monstrous or insidious about that sort of deal, all by itself. However, I’m definitely sympathetic to Crowder’s overall point, which he claims was never about the money but simply about Big Con (Big Conservatism) standing up for free speech and pushing back against Big Tech. If we’re going to have multi-million dollar conservative news and commentary outlets, what good are they if they are not actively pushing back against Big Tech and seeking to protect their partners from cancel culture? Maybe Jeremy Boreing thinks he’s playing the long game, but I happen to think they are already halfway over the waterfall that will soon take them down the FOX News drain. Denise McAlister is on record claiming that she was fired from the Daily Wire for being outspoken about the sinfulness of homosexuality. Ben Shapiro reportedly told her that he didn’t want to rock that boat because they happen to be big donors/sponsors. I’ve also written previously that Jeremy Boreing’s razor ad was a pretty significant faceplant: pushing back against woke cancel culture by weaponizing proto-woke motifs isn’t a winning strategy. While I don’t really care if Jeremy wants to joke around about being the Daily Wire “god king,” strutting around his offices with four boobs (two on either side of him) is what got us here in the first place. And by “here,” I mean that you cannot objectify women, turning them into objects to be used for “conservative” ends, and then complain when some men decide they would like to cut them off teenage girls or put some fake ones on themselves. I certainly grant that men lusting after women is more “natural” than men lusting to be women or deform women. But that’s like saying it’s more natural to steal steak than trash. Stealing is still a sin, and sin is the kind of poison that always destroys and warps. Sin is insanity, and there aren’t any brakes on that car. Why was Boreing cool with his Razor Ad? Because sex sells. It makes money. Of course, Boreing thinks he’s making conservatism sexy, and I’m all for the alternative economy and pushing back against woke razors. But you can’t put a little bit of eyeliner on and insist that you’re sticking it to the Drag Queens. Even if all your fans go along with it, that’s still utilitarianism. Doing whatever “works” is not taking a sledgehammer to leftism; it’s actually getting a sledgehammer ready for leftism. Finally, Crowder’s point seems legitimate to me because of Jordan Peterson’s interview with Dave Rubin concerning his boutique, test-tube “family.” The atrocity of that conversation, as Peterson’s grand welcome to the Daily Wire still astonishes me. And as I noted at the time, it was right around the same time that the Daily Wire announced that they were working on children’s programming since Disney has gone woker than an angry Karen at a BLM rally in Seattle. Given the way Peterson handled Rubin’s homosexuality, claims of “marriage” to his sodomite lover, the rented uteruses, the eggs purchased from a Sears catalogue, and his freezers full of breastmilk, I believe Jeremy Boreing and the Daily Wire also still owe the whole world an apology for presenting that steaming pile as anything close to conservative. The juxtaposition of that interview with the announcement of children’s programming colored me nonplussed. The same Daily Wire that had just stroked its three thoughtful philosophical chin hairs contemplating the purchase of eggs, renting of wombs, and freezers full of breastmilk would like to provide children’s programming. At this point, they have lost all credibility (Matt Walsh’s documentary notwithstanding) on the subject of what is a woman, a family, a marriage, children, or appropriate content. Thus far, my concerns with the Daily Wire, and why Crowder’s warning that Big Con might be getting sodomized by Big Tech seems reasonable to me. Sorry, let me say it nicer. Big Tech might be buying Big Con’s eggs and inseminating them in test tubes in order to grow good liberal citizens in the Daily Wire’s rented womb, looking a little conservative (with cleavage like their mom), but definitely ideologically of their father. I have no idea if these sorts of compromises are even on Crowder’s radar. But I would hope they are, and if they aren’t, maybe he has his own list of free speech compromises. The Ethics of Secret Recordings At the same time, unless another shoe drops, and some massive scandal is revealed at the Daily Wire, it looks to me that Crowder made a major blunder in secretly recording a phone call he had with Jeremy Boreing about the Daily Wire business model and releasing snippets of it publicly. I think Crowder was free to talk about his concerns with the proposed contract and business philosophy, but recording someone without their knowledge or consent is an act of war. Recording someone without their knowledge or consent is to identify them as your enemy. This is because recording someone without their knowledge or consent is a form of deception. When we talk to one another, we generally assume the context of our conversations, and it is a form of deception to allow someone to assume one context (friendly, informal discussion/debate) when another is actually in mind (every word is being examined, fishing for dirt/sabotage). Of course if you want to ask for permission to record or announce that a recording is in progress for the sake of keeping a faithful record of the conversation, that is certain permissible, and can be perfectly friendly, but that openness keeps the conversation friendly because it is honest, straightforward, and not at all duplicitous. But secret recordings are duplicitous. Of course in a world of modern technology, it is incredibly easy to record or be recorded. We often joke that with iPhones and Siri and Alexa, all of our homes are bugged, all of our conversations are being recorded. I mean, we’ve all had the eerie experience of talking to someone about spatulas, and then five minutes later, scrolling on Facebook there’s an ad for spatulas. I mean, it’s not even very subtle. Nevertheless, in the ordinary course of things, when you call someone up on the phone or go to coffee with them, even when you’re negotiating a potential business deal, good faith, means, well, good faith. It means that while people certainly may have multiple loyalties and responsibilities to juggle, what is being discussed and debated is what is being discussed and debated. As a pastor, I’ve had situations where an aggrieved spouse has secretly recorded conversations or arguments with their spouse. While I can sympathize with the instinct (e.g. I want my pastor to hear exactly what she/he sounds like in private), unless we are talking about actual criminal activity that needs to be taken to the police, it is almost always like pulling out a nuke at a fist fight. Don’t do it. While a relationship can be severely strained by arguments, losing tempers, harsh words, people do not understand the damage that can be done by duplicity, by deceptive recording. It is one thing to simply disagree, to disagree vehemently. It is another thing to submarine all trust. “A brother offended is harder to be won than a strong city: and their contentions are like the bars of a castle” (Prov. 18:19). The only other category the Bible admits would be lies/deception that trick people into doing the right thing. We see this with Jacob and Rebecca deceiving Isaac, tricking him into obeying God and giving Jacob the blessing. Tamar, the daughter in-law of Judah, deceives her father in-law into providing for her, and there are some court intrigues under David, where Joab sends the wise old woman in to plead before David, and later, even Bathsheba’s plea for the throne for Solomon included some sleight of hand, calculated to prod David to do what needed to be done. But that doesn’t appear to be what is going on in the Crowder/Daily Wire collision. This appears to me to be a legitimate conflict of visions and principles that got personal. The collision would have already made the personal relationships that existed more strained as it is, but I think Crowder’s decision to record a private conversation and release excerpts of that conversation needlessly punched below the belt. Conclusion So I have sympathy for Crowder’s concerns, and structurally, I actually agree that Daily Wire has a business model that will long term suck them into the big money liberal vortex (if it hasn’t already). While many of the players and contributors have personal principles of conservatism (which I’m very grateful for!), the fundamental ideology governing the business model is a right-leaning libertarianism and utilitarianism, which is ultimately a humanistic cancer in our society. It’s great to have the libertarians as co-belligerents against bloated, overweening government, and on many policies, we can agree, since biblical conservatism really does envision a small, limited civil government and great freedom for individuals, families, and associations. But if we do not have a structural commitment to the biblical principles of liberty (freedom from the coercion of Big Tech, crony capitalism, etc.), it will not last long. *And for the same reason, I would urge Crowder to admit that the secret recording was below the belt, unethical, unkind, and apologize. If he really believes in conservative values, then that would prove it.* Otherwise, as it stands, it appears that Crowder has employed some of the same utilitarian worldview in the name of conservatism and calls his whole complaint into question, and that would explain why Republicans and conservatives in general can’t have nice things. One last thought: some of you may wonder why it wouldn’t be ethical to consider Daily Wire an enemy since they already appear to be so compromised on homosexuality and eugenics. Well, I would grant that someone might conclude that (although I don’t, since folks like Walsh and Knowles seem to be holding a principled biblical line, albeit as Roman Catholics), but even if someone has concluded that they are enemies, I think good faith includes the honor of actually declaring war. Don’t say you’re still friends despite this disagreement and then stab your “friend” in the back publicly. That isn’t good faith. If you’ve concluded that your former friends are not friends anymore but actually enemies, then say so. Tell them directly. Then feel free to record every conversation you have. In this world there will be fights, and there will be wars, but we are Christians, and so we believe in just wars and clean fights.

9021OMG
City by the Bay

9021OMG

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 49:15


Rice A Roni the San Francisco Treat!  What a treat this is when Brandon is reunited with Emily. Jason Priestley got to spend time in Northern California, on the Golden Gate Bridge, and on a Cable Car! Are we happy to see them reunited???  But, what's Emily's SECRET!!! Speaking of reunited...Andrea and Jesse are back together and getting flirty. Sears is sooooooo gross.  Steve is doing the right thing. And, Dylan...why did you say NO to Thanksgiving with Kelly but yes to Brenda!??!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Bama
HUGE win against the Hogs for Alabama basketball! Plus, Pete Golding thoughts

Locked On Bama

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 30:20


The Crimson Tide turned up the heat on the Hawgs in Bud Walton Arena last night and had themselves a BBQ! Brandon Miller only needed one half of good play to spark the Tide's victory. meanwhile, Noah Clowney, mark Sears and others also shined! Also, stay tuned to the end of the show for Jimmy's NEW prediction on Pete Golding's future! Luke and Jimmy also remember a former Alabama running back who passed away too soon. Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Place to Be Nation POP
Pop Goes The Classics - WALL-E Live Watch

Place to Be Nation POP

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 104:35


On a special episode of Pop Goes The Classics, Andy Atherton is joined by Keith Langston to do a live watch of 2008's WALL-E. Originally broadcasted live on Stream Lounge, they give their thoughts on telling a story without dialogue; Buy & Large; celebrity encounters; Igloo coolers; WALL-E's collection of stuff; laser pointers; Eve's itchy trigger finger; WALL-E's lack of game; bubble wrap; the robot love story; Sears; thing's left behind on the Moon; neat-freak robots; staring at screens; futuristic pools; turning back time; Operation Recolonize; repair bays; defective robots; flying with a fire extinguisher & surviving vs. living.   To watch along on Stream Lounge, click this link: https://www.streamlounge.io/watch/980a6f9f-0535-462c-9ffc-e65f68b24c55

Real Estate Finder
Ep. 66 - How Realtors Get Paid and Let's Talk Taxes

Real Estate Finder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 50:19


Who pays who in a real estate transaction?  The seller hires a real estate agent.  They decide on how much of the Listing Agent's commission will be offered to a Cooperating Agent (also called the Buyer's Agent or the Selling Agent). Who pays the Buyer's Agent? The Seller's Agent.  What if the Buyer uses more than one agent?  The only agent for the buyer who gets paid is the agent who writes the offer.  Sounds simple but it gets mixed up by people all the time.  Being a real estate agent is a commission based job. No one will pay you to be a tour guide.  So we ask Buyers PLEASE be loyal to your agent! Don't click on the “For more information” button on a real estate website like Zillow or Redfin. Just send the address you see online to your real estate agent and give them a chance to do the work.  If you think the more agents who are looking for properties for you, the better chance you will find the right properties than you are inherently wasting the time of all the agents who don't end up writing the offer. Only that one agent has the ball and could carry it to closing and get paid. Be loyal. Residents of Boca Raton have been waiting patiently for some redevelopment at the site that was formerly Sears at Town Center at Boca Raton. The property is the most valuable piece of property in South Florida and it's no secret that everyone has been hoping that a developer and the mall and the City of Boca Raton would come together with a project that would benefit the entire community.  What would you like to have at the property where Sears sits? We would definitely like to know! And, if you have any information on this development, let us know! The residents should be part of the decision-making process.  Lastly, we ask residents of Massachusetts that got a 4% tax increase to call us to find your new home in Florida. Thanks for joining us on the Real Estate Finder Podcast!  Brought to you by: Matthew H. Maschler, Esq. Real Estate Broker (561) 208-3334 Matt@RealEstateFinder.com www.RealEstateFinder.com 6699 North Federal Highway, Suite 103 Boca Raton, FL 33487 And check out our other Podcasts: https://www.realestatefinder.com/podcasts/ Shop: https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/matthewmania Member of the Palm Beach Board of REALTORS®, the Miami Association of REALTORS®, the Naples Areas Board of REALTORS®, Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association and R-World Broward, Palm Beaches, and St Lucie REALTORS®. Help Israel Now! All support goes Straight to Israel's Soldiers www.yasharlachayal.org Learn how to support our efforts to provide housing in Haiti http://www.frank-mckinney.com/caring-house-project Ask about joining the Signature team! Learn more about the Signature Real Estate Companies and why you should join South Florida's real estate industry leaders, Ranked #1 in Boca Raton, #25 in Florida and #336 in the Nation. www.SignatureRecruiter.com Offices in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Coral Springs / Parkland, Ft Lauderdale, Miami, Naples, Palm Beach, Orlando and throughout Florida. And be sure to check out www.BocaRatonWrestling.com

RSN Racing Pulse
Tony Sears - has Yellow Brick in the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas on Saturday

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 8:40


Queensland trainer Tony Sears joins us to discuss his runner and favourite Yellow Brick in Saturday's Magic Millions 3YO Guineas

Tuesdays with Morrisey
Finding the Intersection Between Data, Technology, and Sports

Tuesdays with Morrisey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 35:22


Data science and analytics play an ever-increasing and critical role in sports creating an intersection between data and sports. From making some sports safer, to understanding the performance and tactics of opposing teams, and individual player analysis and scouting, there's hardly an area of sports today that doesn't intersect in some way with technology and data. So, how do all the puzzle pieces fit? That was the burning question on Adam Morrisey's mind. For answers, he sought out a rising sports analytics guru, John Sears. Over a relatively short period, John has made his mark in quantitative analysis, working for HBO's streaming platform, a nearly three-year stint in predictive analytics at Uber, heading quantitative strategy for the Minnesota Timberwolves, and currently serving as a Special Advisor for the Los Angeles Dodgers.Sears joined Morrisey for a lively discussion on Tuesdays with Morrisey on connecting those dots to bring today's sports into strategic view. And strategy starts with oneself; as Sears said, much thought goes into the decision process behind the positions he takes and the value he can bring to an organization. Often, those decisions went beyond salary.“You can't just straight-line every salary for the rest of your life,” Sears said. “It's the experience. There's so much more to it than my earnings over the next two years.”Morrisey and Sears discuss the intersection between data further…● The sports industry's evolving approach to the role of data● Breaking down data and looking for the proper signal to predict performance● How evaluating data is different depending on the sport● Upcoming data analytics technology“These last two or three years, there's this massive wave of what they call generative models of AI,” Sears said. “For example, I still spend a few hours daily writing and looking at code. And I'll have a text editor with a plugin called code pilot. It suggests big chunks of code by guessing what I'm trying to do based on how I start writing. It's eliminated most of the tedious aspects of writing code.”Uber, The Minnesota Timberwolves, KeepTruckin, and the Los Angeles Dodgers are a few big-name organizations John Sears has worked for since graduating Magna Cum Laude from Carleton College in 2009. Sears earned his MS from Stanford University in 2015; He is a quantitative analysis force of nature.

Hot Off the Press Podcast
Tokiwa Sears

Hot Off the Press Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 68:25


We're normally pretty humorous and cute with these notes here every week, but with this week's focal topic being mental health and taking time to take care of yourself, we thought it best to drop the schtick and focus on the importance of this issue and this week's guest, Tokiwa Sears, who fully understands the burnout and issues facing the food and drink industry.   Sears is the head mixologist for the iconic and James Beard Award-winning One Flew South at the Atlanta Airport. Both she and Chef Pete aren't afraid to talk about the culinary world's seldom discussed secret of burnout and mental health concerns, and Sears even shares what she went through in 2020 when she exited bartending in order to take time for self-care and self-assessment. And while that might not be an option for everyone, she and Chef Pete will talk about ways any and all of us can take of ourselves amidst the hustle and bustle of our work and personal lives.   Do yourself a favor and check out this week's episode of The Raw Ingredients - mental health issues affect each and every one of us from time to time, and the tips you glean from here may well help you help others or yourself sometime in the future.

Mornings on the Mall
Winsome Sears Interview

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 15:13


Vince Coglianese speaks with Winsome Sears, Lt Gov of the Commonwealth of Virginia about the Virginia Education Success Account and school choice. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm.   To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mornings on the Mall
1.10.23 - Hour 3: Winsome Sears, New Twitter Files

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 35:07


In the third hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, Vince speaks with Winsome Sears, Lt Gov of the Commonwealth of Virginia about the Virginia Education Success Account and school choice. Vince breaks down the latest Twitter files released by Alex Berensen about censorship of views different from the government when it came to Covid vaccines.  For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm.   To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Sooners
Georgia demolishes TCU. What does that say about OU's gap to a title? Plus, the Oklahoma Sooners add Davon Sears, David Ugwoegbu heads elsewhere

Locked On Sooners

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 74:47


Georgia lays waste to TCU. What does that say about the gap for Oklahoma to capturing a national championship? Also, OU Football adds a commitment from Texas State defensive tackle Davon Sears and linebacker David Ugwoegbu exits stage left. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Hockey Night In New York
1/8/23 - Road Stays Bumpy. Guests: Ethan Sears, NY Post; Little Ed & Mike, Rangers Ed Podcast

Hockey Night In New York

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 81:23


The Isles trip to Western Canada started off alright, but went south pretty quick. Ethan Sears of NY Post joined Sean Cuthbert & Stefen Rosner to cover what' gone wrong, Lou' part in it, and assess the Isles at the halfway mark. Little Ed & Mike from the Rangers Ed Podcast also joined the fellas in the studio for some rivalry laughs and more!Follow @hockeynightny on social media for updates.Presented by Blue Line Deli and Bagels (bluelinedeli.com)Sponsored by Lost Farmer Brewing Co. (lostfarmerbrewing.com)Sponsored by Main Street Board Game Cafe (mainstboardgamecafe.com)Recorded at Floored Media (flooredmedia.com)Powered by Go Hockey Media (gohockeymedia.com)

Where We Buy: Retail Real Estate with James Cook
A Life in Retail Real Estate - Where We Buy #232

Where We Buy: Retail Real Estate with James Cook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 50:32


The story of Greg Maloney's career is a history lesson in retail real estate. It's a 45-year journey that began with delivering appliances and cleaning floors at Sears and culminated in leading the largest third-party retail property management operation in North America. Greg Maloney retired as JLL Retail President and CEO at the end of 2022. In this episode, he tells the story of that career journey.  James Cook is the director of retail research in the Americas for JLL.  Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts Listen: WhereWeBuy.show  Alexa: Say "Enable the Where We Buy skill" Email: jamesd.cook@jll.com  Watch our video show, Everything We Know About Retail: http://everythingweknow.show/ Leave a message on the Where We Buy hotline. We may use it on an upcoming show. Call (602) 633-4061  Read more retail research here:  http://www.us.jll.com/retail Theme music is Run in the Night by The Good Lawdz, under Creative Commons license.

Locked On Sooners
Oklahoma Sooners make the top 3 for DL transfer Davon Sears

Locked On Sooners

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 31:36


The Oklahoma Sooners made the top three for Texas State defensive lineman transfer Davon Sears. Who is OU battling to win his recruitment and what would he add? Plus, Dashaun White and Brayden Willis are officially moving on from Norman. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Meet The Elite Podcast
7166 Leslie Ray Sears-01 03 23-Genealogy-James

Meet The Elite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 4:26


Richmond's Morning News
Lt Gov. Winsome Sears: January 4, 2023

Richmond's Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 12:48


Lt Governor of Virginia Winsome Sears discusses the General Assembly session, mental health initiatives, fentanyl and the Thomas Jefferson High School in Fairfax County situation.

O'Connor & Company
01.03.22: [Hour 4 / 8 AM]: VA Lt. Governor Winsome Sears, Rep. Bob Good, Waffle House Wendy, Bill Cosby Comeback

O'Connor & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 26:42


In the fourth hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Julie Gunlock talked to Virginia Lt. Governor Winsome Sears and Rep. Bob Good. They also discussed the massive brawl of the viral Waffle House Wendy and comedian Bill Cosby is planning a comedy tour comeback in 2023. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor,  @Jgunlock,  @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

O'Connor & Company
01.03.23: Virginia Lt. Governor Winsome Sears Interview

O'Connor & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 5:38


Virginia Lt. Governor Winsome Sears joined WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" radio program on Tuesday discuss the national merit award scandal. Virginia Lt. Gov. Sears calls for investigation into national merit award scandal https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/education/virginia-lt-gov-sears-investigation-national-merit-award-scandal Her tweet: https://twitter.com/WinsomeSears/status/1608807717073981440 For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor,  @Jgunlock,  @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

A Call to Actions
ARMY Whistleblower Exposes Cyclical Abuses\Wal-Mart's Mysterious Closings\Afghanistan Prison Secrets | Chris Bardou

A Call to Actions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 97:22


ARMY Whistleblower/Former 82nd Airborne serviceman, Chris Bardou, exposes routine physical abuses while being stationed at Fort Bragg.  Remember the mysterious Wal-Mart, K-Mart and SEARS closings?  Chris expains how they are directly tied to international trade crimes linked to formerly classified Afghanistan prison –at which Mr. Bardou was a guard– inmate #626.  Grab your favorite drink and dig in to this adult-themed, bravely-revealed and shocking exposé regarding military service. Guest:  Chris Bardou – Host of Secret Circus •  Available on all podcast networks WARNING: ADULT LANGUAGE

Zoomer Radio's Theatre of the Mind
Miss Enright's Brithday & The Fred Sears Murdercase

Zoomer Radio's Theatre of the Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 57:39


Our Miss Brooks followed by Richard Diamond Private Detective

The Vintage RPG Podcast
Sears Wish Books, 1982-84 (Remastered)

The Vintage RPG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 25:11


We decided to take a couple weeks off for the holidays, so we remastered a couple older episodes for your enjoyment. We'll be back with a new episode on January 9. Original show notes: Happy holidays, folks! We're breaking from format this episode to dig deep into the nostalgia and look at the Sears Wish Book, an important part of our childhood Christmas experiences. Specifically, we're looking at the catalogs from 1982, 1983 and 1984, which contained, you guessed it, Dungeons & Dragons stuff. They are so much more than that, though, as you'll discover when you listen! And, while we have you, let us offer our tremendous thanks for following Vintage RPG on Instagram, listening to the podcast and making this whole project fun and rewarding on a daily basis. All the best this holiday season! * * * Hang out with us on the Vintage RPG Discord! If  you dig what we do, join us on the Vintage RPG Patreon for more roleplaying fun and surprises! Patrons keep us going! Like, Rate, Subscribe and Review the Vintage RPG Podcast!

Open Your Eyes with McKay Christensen
S2E36 - The Innovation of You

Open Your Eyes with McKay Christensen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 30:26


The Innovation of YouMcKay's topic this week centers on the concept of change and why it doesn't always have to be something worthy of fear. It's all about taking advantage of the circumstances, no matter how poor. Whether you're a Minnesotan ice fisherman floating away on a glacier or a sinking multibillion dollar corporation, the outcome of change relies solely on how you adapt to it– on how well you can innovate. And that's what today's episode is all about: learning how to innovate. McKay walks us all through various stories about companies and people who chose to innovate and some of those who unfortunately didn't, whilst also providing clear steps on how you too can start turning change in your own lives into a force for good. From aspirations and motivation to acceleration and scale, McKay seeks to help us master innovation techniques, whatever that means to you. And it doesn't necessarily need to entail large, ornate schemes. As you'll learn today, innovation can even be as simple as writing a name on a coffee cup.The Finer Details of This Episode: Minnesota's ice fishermenTaking advantage of the circumstancesThe death of SearsFinding aspirations and motivationKennedy's path to the MoonAccelerating through barriersThe Disney magicScaling innovationStarbucks' first name initiativeBecoming a partner of choiceQuotes: “We have done what we thought was needed to prosper in life. We've drilled our holes so to speak, prepared our lines, packed a lunch, done everything we need to do, and what happens? The entire sheet of ice, the ground underneath us moves.”“Sears didn't do these seemingly boring yet essential things to respond to the changing economy. Instead they invested millions in ad campaigns such as “Welcome to the softer side of Sears.” These millions could have been spent to change their store locations, warehouses, supply chain, and other operations.”“Innovation does so many things for your business and for you. It brings in energy, vibrancy, and hope. It challenges you and your team. And that challenge is what helps you to grow.”“It's intimidating, because you don't understand the technology or market, or it looks and feels like work. But innovation is where you find the joy and energy and focus that will fuel your business and life.”“What gets you motivated and excited? You see, once you've answered those questions, then you can choose the one thing upon which to focus. Focus allows and forces you to think, get creative, and innovate.”“We may not have all the answers we need to move forward, but that uncertainty may hold us back. So, as you begin your new innovation, learn all you can. Be a curious student of everything in your business. Learn, try, test and retest.”“The ground is likely to move underneath your feet. So, get ready, look into the future and decide today how you need to bring a bit more innovation into your life and business. To do so, get clear about what you aspire to do.”Links: https://www.mckaychristensen.org/

Capital Allocators
2022 Top Episode #5: Annie Duke – The Power of Quitting, EP.273

Capital Allocators

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 76:31


Annie Duke is a former professional poker player, decision making expert, best-selling author, and fortunately, a repeat guest on the show. Our first conversation about Annie's background and best-seller Thinking in Bets is replayed on the feed. Her latest masterpiece releases tomorrow. It's called Quit: The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away, and I'm going on record predicting it will be a best-seller in short order. Our conversation covers Annie's compulsion to write another book, our instinct for grit, the case for quitting, the emotional and cognitive biases that stand in our way, and some techniques to improve our ability to quit effectively. Along the way, Annie shares some terrific stories from the book about Everest, Sears, the NBA draft, and the California bullet train.   Learn More  Follow Ted on Twitter at @tseides or LinkedIn  Subscribe to the mailing list  Access Transcript with Premium Membership 

RetroZap Podcast Network
DorkLair #203: A Very Special DorkLair Continued (1986 Sears Christmas Catalog)

RetroZap Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022


Larry is back just in time for Christmas. The hosts recap their latest pickups, exchanged gifts, and browse through the 1986 Sears Christmas Catalog!

DorkLair
DorkLair #203: A Very Special DorkLair Continued (1986 Sears Christmas Catalog)

DorkLair

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 87:25


Larry is back just in time for Christmas. The hosts recap their latest pickups, exchanged gifts, and browse through the 1986 Sears Christmas Catalog!

Things I Learned Last Night
NORAD - How A Typo Made NORAD Track Santa | 12 Days Ep 11

Things I Learned Last Night

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 5:55


In the 1950s, Sears printed a catalog ad encouraging kids to call Santa. That ad included a phone number to a Sears hotline. Except there was a typo in the ad. After a flurry of children called NORAD (the North American Aerospace Defense Command) wishing to speak to Santa, the base commander was inspired. The command center tracked Santa every Christmas eve since that day.This is episode 11 of the 12 days of TILLN Christmas. Every day until Christmas, we're releasing a new mini-podcast episode about all kinds of holiday topics. Available wherever you get your podcasts.Things I Learned Last Night is an educational comedy podcast where best friends Jaron Myers and Tim Stone talk about random topics and have fun all along the way. If you like learning, and laughing a whole lot while you do, then you'll love TILLN. Watch or listen to this episode today!Become a Patron and Get Early Access to Ad-Free Episodes:https://www.patreon.com/tillnpodcastWant to Support TILLN: https://linktr.ee/tillnpodcastText TILLN to 66866 to become a patron and gain access to ad-free episodes, the exclusive discord, and earn discounts on TILLN Merch.Advertise with us: https://bit.ly/3FdZirY

The Dark Web Vlogs
Ronald Gene Simmons "CHRISTMAS FAMILY INCEST MASSACRE" murders

The Dark Web Vlogs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 40:28


Ronald Gene Simmons "CHRISTMAS FAMILY INCEST MASSACRE" murdersOn December 22, 1987, Ronald Gene Simmons began a killing spree that would be the worst mass murder in Arkansas history and the worst crime involving one family in the history of the country. His rampage ended on December 28, 1987, leaving dead fourteen members of his immediate family and two former coworkers.Ronald Gene Simmons was born on July 15, 1940, in Chicago, Illinois, to Loretta and William Simmons. On January 31, 1943, William Simmons died of a stroke. Within a year, Simmons's mother married again, this time to William D. Griffen, a civil engineer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The corps moved Griffen to Little Rock (Pulaski County) in 1946, the first of several transfers that would take the family across central Arkansas over the next decade. On September 15, 1957, Simmons dropped out of school and joined the U.S. Navy. His first station was Bremerton Naval Base in Washington, where he met Bersabe Rebecca “Becky” Ulibarri, whom he married in New Mexico on July 9, 1960.Over the next eighteen years, the couple had seven children. In 1963, Simmons left the navy and approximately two years later, he joined the air force. During his twenty-two-year military career, Simmons was awarded a Bronze Star, the Republic of Vietnam Cross for his service as an airman, and the Air Force Ribbon for excellent marksmanship. Simmons retired on November 30, 1979, at the rank of master sergeant.On April 3, 1981, Simmons was being investigated by the Cloudcroft, New Mexico, Department of Human Services for allegations that he had fathered a child with his seventeen-year-old daughter, Sheila. Fearing arrest, Simmons fled first to Ward (Lonoke County) in late 1981 and then to Dover (Pope County) in the summer of 1983. The family took up residence on a thirteen-acre tract of land that would become known as “Mockingbird Hill.” The residence was constructed of two older-model mobile homes joined to form one large home and was surrounded by a makeshift privacy fence, as high as ten feet tall in some places. The home did not have a telephone or indoor plumbing.Simmons worked a string of low-paying jobs in the nearby town of Russellville (Pope County). He quit a position as an accounts receivable clerk at Woodline Motor Freight after numerous reports of inappropriate sexual advances. He went to work at a Sinclair Mini Mart for approximately a year and a half before quitting on December 18, 1987.Evidence indicates that Simmons bludgeoned and shot his wife on December 22, 1987. Simmons also bludgeoned and shot his visiting son, twenty-nine-year-old Ronald Gene Simmons Jr. He then strangled his three-year-old granddaughter. All three bodies were later found in a shallow pit Simmons had instructed the children to dig months before for a third family outhouse.Later the same day, the Dover school bus dropped off the younger Simmons children for their Christmas break from school. Based on crime scene investigation, it is believed the Simmons children (ages seventeen, fourteen, eleven, and eight) were separated and killed individually, by strangulation and/or drowning in a rain barrel. Their bodies, too, were found in the hole for the outhouse.The older Simmons children had been invited to the Simmons home on December 26, 1987, for an after-Christmas dinner. Twenty-three-year-old William H. Simmons II, his twenty-one-year-old wife, Renata May Simmons, and their twenty-month-old son, all of Fordyce (Dallas County), were likely the first to arrive. William and Renata were shot, and their bodies were left by the dining room table, and covered with their own coats and some bedding. The child was killed and placed into the trunk of a car behind the Simmons home.Next to arrive were Simmons's twenty-four-year-old daughter, Sheila, and her husband, thirty-three-year-old Dennis Raymond McNulty, as well as their children, seven-year-old Sylvia (the daughter of Sheila and her father) and twenty-one-month-old Michael. Sheila was shot, and her body was laid on the dining room table and covered with a tablecloth. Simmons shot Dennis and strangled Sylvia. Michael was strangled and placed into the trunk of yet another parked car.Later this same day, Simmons drove to Russellville, where he stopped at a Sears store and picked up Christmas gifts that had been ordered but had not made it in before the holiday. Later that night, he drove to a private club in Russellville. Then he went home and waited out the weekend.On Monday, December 28, 1987, Simmons drove a car that had belonged to his son, Ronald Jr., to Russellville. He purchased a second gun from Walmart Inc. His next stop was the Peel, Eddy and Gibbons Law Firm. After entering the building, Simmons shot and killed receptionist/secretary Kathy Cribbins Kendrick. He next went to the Taylor Oil Company, where he shot and wounded Russell “Rusty” Taylor, the owner of the Sinclair Mini Mart where he had worked, and then shot and killed J. D. (Jim) Chaffin, a fireman and part-time truck driver for Taylor Oil. Simmons shot at and missed another employee before exiting the building. Simmons then went to the Sinclair Mini Mart, where he shot and wounded Roberta Woolery and David Salyer. His last stop was the Woodline Motor Freight company. Simmons located his former supervisor, Joyce Butts, and wounded her in the head and chest. He then took worker Vicky Jackson at gunpoint into the computer office and advised her to phone the police. Simmons allegedly told Jackson: “I've come to do what I wanted to do. It's all over now. I've gotten everybody who wanted to hurt me.” He surrendered to Russellville police when they arrived.Simmons was sent to the Arkansas State Hospital in Little Rock (Pulaski County) for a competency evaluation by staff psychiatrist Dr. Irving Kuo. Kuo found Simmons to be sane and capable of standing trial. Robert E. “Doc” Irwin and John Harris were appointed by the court to represent Simmons. The prosecuting attorney was John Bynum. Jury selection for the first trial took less than six hours. Simmons was convicted on May 12, 1988, in the Franklin County Circuit Court for the deaths of Kendrick and Chaffin. On May 16 Judge John Samuel Patterson sentenced Simmons to death by lethal injection plus 147 years. Simmons refused all rights to appeal.Simmons was found guilty of fourteen counts of capital murder in the deaths of his family members on February 10, 1989, in the Johnson County Circuit Court, with Judge Patterson presiding. Bynum offered a possible motive when he presented an undated note that was discovered in a safe deposit box at a Russellville bank after Simmons's arrest. The letter seemed to indicate a strong love/hate relationship between Simmons and his daughter Sheila. After the judge ruled the letter admissible, Simmons lashed out at Bynum, punching him the face, and then unsuccessfully struggled for a deputy's handgun. Officers rushed him out of the courtroom in chains. Simmons was sentenced to death by lethal injection on March 16, 1989. He again waived all rights to appeal.KTHV reporter Anne Jensen conducted a series of interviews with Simmons in February and March 1989. On March 1, 1989, Simmons was found competent to waive his rights to appeal his conviction. However the filing of Whitmore v. Arkansas challenged this right. Reverend Louis Franz and Jonas Whitmore contended that Simmons using his right to refuse appeal in fact jeopardized the appellate rights of other death row inmates. By 7–2 vote, the Supreme Court justices threw out this appeal; however, the ongoing legal proceedings had prevented the execution of Simmons from being carried out. Simmons was watching television and eating what he thought would be his last meal when the news of his stay of execution was announced.On May 31, 1990, Governor Bill Clinton signed Simmons's second execution warrant for June 25, 1990. This was the quickest sentence-to-execution-to-death time in United States history since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976. Simmons refused all visitors, including legal counsel and clergy. His last words were: “Justice delayed finally be done is justifiable homicide.” No family members claimed the body, so Simmons was buried in a paupers' plot at Lincoln Memorial Lawn in Varner (Lincoln County).Ronald Gene Simmons CHRISTMAS FAMILY INCEST MASSACRE murdersTrue Crime Podcast 2022 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast

RI - The Weekly
(Interview) Suzanne Sears Discusses Retail Staffing into 2023

RI - The Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 25:30


~If you would like to subscribe to only interviews by Retail Insider, a separate "The Interview Series" podcast show is now available (link to Apple Podcast show). If you would like to subscribe to only Canadian retail discussions between Craig and Lee by Retail Insider, a separate "The Weekly" podcast show is now available (link to Apple Podcast show).~ Craig sits down with Suzanne Sears, founder and President of Best Retail Careers International and Luxury Careers Canada, to discuss staffing at a challenging time for retailers in this country.Interviewed this episode:Suzanne Sears, President of Best Retail Careers International Inc.The Interview Series podcast by Retail Insider Canada is available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Also check out our The Weekly podcast where Craig and Lee discuss popular content published on Retail Insider which is part of the The Retail Insider Podcast Network. Subscribe, Rate, and Review our Retail Insider Podcast!Follow Craig: LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/CraigPattersonTorontoInstagram: @craig_patterson_torontoTwitter: @RI_EIC Follow Retail Insider: LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/Retail-InsiderFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/RetailInsider/Twitter: @RetailInsider_Instagram: @Retail_Insider_Canada Listen & Subscribe:Apple PodcastsSpotifyOvercastStitcher Share your thoughts! Drop us a line at Craig@Retail-Insider.com. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Overcast to help more people discover the show! Background Music Credit: Hard Boiled Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Cuento Crimen
ASESINATO/MURDER: Adam Walsh (Español)

Cuento Crimen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 41:59


El 27 de julio de 1981, Adam Walsh fue secuestrado de una tienda departamental Sears en Hollywood, Florida. Luego, las autoridades encuentran su cabeza cortada en un canal de drenaje. On July 27th, 1981, Adam Walsh was abducted from a Sears department store in Hollywood, Florida. Authorities later find his severed head in a drainage canal.

Boring Books for Bedtime
The 1945 Sears Christmas Book, Part 1

Boring Books for Bedtime

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 53:06 Very Popular


Let's relax and sleep with some shopping for the first Christmas after World War II. From fancy watches to educational toys and gaily wrapped vitamins, Sears has everything you need for a happy holiday.   Help us stay ad-free and 100% listener-supported! Everyone who supports us in December will be entered into drawings for secret prizes! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/boringbookspod Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/d5kcMsW   Music: "Heaven Be Here,” by PC III, licensed under CC-BY   If you'd like to suggest a copyright-free reading for soft-spoken relaxation to help you overcome insomnia, anxiety and other sleep issues, connect on our website, http://www.boringbookspod.com.

Rediscover The 80s Podcast
1982 Sears Wish Book Shopping Spree

Rediscover The 80s Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 73:41


In this special edition of the RD80s Podcast, Jason and Wyatt invite Chad from Horror Movie BBQ to go on a shopping spree through the 1982 Sears Wish Book! Categories include toys, video games, clothing, Christmas items and more!Use this link to following along in the 1982 Sears Wish Book catalog and see visuals to the items we mention.https://christmas.musetechnical.com/ShowCatalog/1982-Sears-Christmas-BookJoin the conversation and tell us which hosts' list was your favorite! Tweet us @RD80s and @infamouswb or better yet Leave us a VOICEMAIL and we'll respond to it on our next episode → https://telb.ee/rd80s

RetroZap Podcast Network
DorkLair #202: A Very Special DorkLair (1986 Sears Christmas Catalog)

RetroZap Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022


YouTube reviewer ToyBro graciously fills in for Larry this week. The hosts recap the latest Mythic Legions news, Fresh Monkey Fiction's Naughty or Nice wave 2, and some long awaited Hot Toys pre-orders. To celebrate the holidays, the hosts browse through the 1986 Sears Christmas Catalog!

DorkLair
DorkLair 202: A Very Special DorkLair (1986 Sears Christmas Catalog)

DorkLair

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 71:47


YouTube reviewer ToyBro graciously fills in for Larry this week. The hosts recap the latest Mythic Legions news, Fresh Monkey Fiction's Naughty or Nice wave 2, and some long awaited Hot Toys pre-orders. To celebrate the holidays, the hosts browse through the 1986 Sears Christmas Catalog!

That Said With Michael Zeldin
A Conversation with Dr. Catherine Musemeche, Author, ‘Lethal Tides: Mary Sears and the Marine Scientists Who Helped Win World War II'

That Said With Michael Zeldin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 66:16


 Join Michael in his conversation with Dr. Catherine Musemeche as they discuss her new book, Lethal Tides: Mary Sears and the Marine Scientists Who Helped Win World War II, which explains how the science of oceanography helped US armed forced prepare for the battles in the Pacific. Mary and her team were the hidden figures behind some of the great successes of the Pacific campaign.GuestDr. Catherine MusemecheIt takes a decade of training to become a pediatric surgeon. Catherine Musemeche has been one for twenty years.Dr. Musemeche has been an associate professor of surgery at major medical schools and hospitals and has cared for thousands of critically ill and injured children from newborns to teenagers. Her books include:HURT: the inspiring, untold story of trauma explores the topic of injury from the viewpoint of doctors, rescuers, patients and their families. HURT walks us through the development of today's advanced trauma centers and demonstrates in graphic detail why they are essential in surviving complex injuries.SMALL: Life and Death on the Front Lines of Pediatric Surgery, Dr. Musemeche's riveting account of life as a pediatric surgeon published by University Press of New England in 2014 has been nominated for the PEN American/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Award.Dr. Musemeche is also the author of “Wake-Up Call,” which was excerpted on the NPR website and included in At the End of Life: True Stories of How We Die. Read an Interview about “Wake Up Call.”Catherine Musemeche is a guest contributor to the New York Times Motherlode column. Her essay, “Lessons,” appeared in the journal Creative Nonfiction, Sept. 2015.HostMichael ZeldinMichael Zeldin is a well-known and highly-regarded TV and radio analyst/commentator.He has covered many high-profile matters, including the Clinton impeachment proceedings, the Gore v. Bush court challenges, Special Counsel Robert Muller's investigation of interference in the 2016 presidential election, and the Trump impeachment proceedings.In 2019, Michael was a Resident Fellow at the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School, where he taught a study group on Independent Investigations of Presidents.Previously, Michael was a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice. He also served as Deputy Independent/ Independent Counsel, investigating allegations of tampering with presidential candidate Bill Clinton's passport files, and as Deputy Chief Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives, Foreign Affairs Committee, October Surprise Task Force, investigating the handling of the American hostage situation in Iran.Michael is a prolific writer and has published Op-ed pieces for CNN.com, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Hill, The Washington Times, and The Washington Post.Follow Michael on Twitter: @michaelzeldinSubscribe to the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/that-said-with-michael-zeldin/id1548483720

WV unCommOn PlaCE
River Ridge /mall

WV unCommOn PlaCE

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 10:17


River Ridge Mall opened in 1980 with Miller & Rhoads and Thalhimers. Sears and Leggett (now Belk) opened in 1981. JCPenney opened in 1983. Miller & Rhoads closed and became Montgomery Ward in 1990,[3] which closed in 1997 and became Value City in 1999. In 1992, the Thalhimer's store was converted to Hecht's,[4] which in turn became Macy's in 2006. CBL & Associates Properties acquired the mall from Faison in 2003.[5] --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wvuncommonplace/message

Mike & Jon Got It Going On
Mike & Jon Got It Going On Podcast - 12 - 14 - 22

Mike & Jon Got It Going On

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 52:40


The one and only Heywood Banks joins us for some high-tech holiday merriment. We discuss the legend of Jamie Todd Reuben and then harken back to those glorious days of the Sears catalog.

Barrel Racing
Lindsay Sears on the Danyelle Campbell Podcast.

Barrel Racing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 85:35 Very Popular


A one-on-one insight into the life of World Champion, Lindsay Sears. Another great listen with host Danyelle Campbell from this years 2022 BFA. The post Lindsay Sears on the Danyelle Campbell Podcast. first appeared on The Barrel Horse World Podcast.

Shaping Opinion
Encore: Remembering the Sears Wish Book

Shaping Opinion

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 34:31


Writer, editor, producer and actor Jason Liebig joins Tim to talk about the Sears Wishbook. Jason is the creator of a website called WishbookWeb.com, which has archived complete, high-quality scans of Sears Wishbooks and other holiday catalogues going back to 1933. In this episode, we talk about a holiday tradition sure to bring a smile to your face.  This episode was first released on December 10, 2018. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/shapingopinion/Encore_-_Sears_Wish_Book.mp3 The very first Sears Wish Book was published in 1933. It featured dolls, a Mickey Mouse Watch, Lionel electric trains, fruitcakes, chocolates and even live, singing canaries. The store catalogue was 87 pages long, and featured 25 pages of toys for kids and 62 pages of gifts for adults. The Sears Wish Book grew over the decades, so that by 1968, it totaled 605 pages.  And in 1998, it went online with Wishbook.com This year, Sears will not publish a Wish Book, but that is not stopping many from revisiting their childhoods through a website called WishbookWeb.com. Jason Liebig is the man behind it. Sears Wish Book History The first Sears Wish Book came out in 1933. Prior to that, in 1896 the Sears general catalogue included wax candles for Christmas trees. But 1933 was the first year Sears devoted a full catalogue to Christmas. The term Wish Book was an informal name. The real name was Sears Christmas Book Catalogue. The company made it a tradition to put colorful, warm Christmas scenes on the cover. The company published the book annually from 1933 until 1993. The Chicago Tribune once described The Wish Book as, “so central to holiday expectations it read like a catalog of middle-class American Aspiration … To flip through one today is to see what we thought our homes and holidays should look like.” The Wish Book was delivered early. It would usually appear in mailboxes during the late summer right when the school year started. Links WishbookWeb.com CollectingCandy.com The Sears Christmas Wishbook, A Holiday Tradition, Sears Unsung: The Sears Wish Book, a Ghost of Christmas Past, The Chicago Tribune Sears' Wish Book Shown Through the Years, Business Insider About Wishbook Web WishbookWeb.com first launched in 2006, with the initial scanning project having started a year earlier in 2005. From the outset, the goal of the WishbookWeb project has been to archive, preserve, and share the wonderful holiday gift catalogs of the past – making them freely-available to anyone with a web browser. Inspired by the pioneering work of websites like Plaidstallions and MegoMuseum, who had already been sharing select pages of vintage catalogs online, our goal was to build upon that idea by sharing entire volumes, every section and every page. As you see it now, WishbookWeb represents the product of hundreds of hours of work to create the current archive. About this Episode's Guest Jason Liebig Jason Liebig is a New York City based writer, editor, producer, actor and host. After spending much of his early career in the comic book business, most notably as an editor for Marvel Comics' X-Men, he has since split his time between developing his own properties while still consulting and working on others. In addition to his work with WishbookWeb, Jason is one of the country's premier candy collectors and historians with his discoveries appearing in countless blogs, magazines, newspaper articles, and books. He operates a web site called CollectingCandy.com. Always happy to share his knowledge and unique perspectives on this colorful part of our popular culture, Jason has consulted for The Smithsonian, The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, and New York's Museum of Food and Drink and more. His knowledge of vintage brands and packaging (as well as his singular archive of vintage packaging materials) has allowed him to serve as art department consultant on such period television productions as AMC's Mad Men and...

DER Task Force
#26 The DER Task Force, live from DERTFest 2022

DER Task Force

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 57:46


Welcome back to another episode of the pod! This episode is a special one — it features many of you! During the DERTFestivities, the crew busted out the recording equipment and captured some live takes from the community. Listen on to hear some major heat from the Task Force….* The crew gives up on explaining franchise rights in minute 1* Russell “Rusty” Wilcox (Thee God) on bigger and better onesies and hard dope, plus big Tim energy* Sophia Cowles (The Low-Talker) on the new boomers, getting DER-pilled, and meeting randoms from the internet* Ben Carron (The Options Guy) on NEM and being שעפּן נחת (shepn nakhes) about DER Task Force* Katie Tweed (The Birdwatcher) tells us about herself + Canary Media (a real bird, unlike Twitter), dreaming of heat pumps and camping outside Sears, and CONFIRMS induction stoves are DERs (sorry Kiran!), expanding Canary coverage for the future * The crew gets told off by the bartender for DERTF being animals* Elta Kolo (Dr. Demand Response) gives candid feedback about DERTF, knee-deep in the IRA with Huck Capital is strong dope with big scope* Eric Goff (James's Twitter BFF) on working with BEEEEP, the nopest ERCOT proposals + unmasking bad actors, fascist energy policy and California fuckery, infra of last resort model, trade org ASAP* Nick Scherer (Turnstile's neighbor) on penning + reviewing the DER Task Force Bill of Rights* Billy REDACTED (Hire this man) just took his first DER Pill, entering the Age of the Electron, sitting in the podcast hotseat, interviewing live from Nightmoves, a message for the future recently-DER-pilled who may listen* Task Force OUTFriendly reminder that you can always find us on Spotify, iTunes, or your favorite podcast player. Thanks for listening! This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit dertaskforcenews.substack.com/subscribe

Sleep With Me
1128 - Holiday Toy Catalog (from the 80's!)

Sleep With Me

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 69:43 Very Popular


Take a newsprint trip via Pennys and Sears to a toyland in one boys mind. Become a patron and get sweet bonus content from the show! https://www.patreon.com/sleepwithme Get your Sleep With Me SLEEPPHONES at https://sleepwithmepodcast.com/sleepphones use “sleepwithme” for $5 off!!! New art for the show by Emily Tat - https://emilytatdesigns.com/ Stay up to date with all of our FUN Fundraising and Awareness-raising live streams and other cool stuff by signing up for our free newsletter at www.sleepwithmepodcast.com/midnightmision Support our AAPI community- www.napawf.org/take-action Black Lives Matter. More resources here- w. Here is a list of Anti-racism resources- http://bit.ly/ANTIRACISMRESOURCES Help to support the people of Ukraine https://www.npr.org/2022/02/25/1082992947/ukraine-support-help Here is one place you can find support https://www.crisistextline.org/ There are more global helplines here https://linktr.ee/creatorselfcare Helix Sleep- Just go to helixsleep.com/sleep, take their two-minute sleep quiz, and they'll match you to a customized mattress that will give you the best sleep of your life. Betterhelp- our listeners get 10% off your first month with discount code “sleepwithme”. Go over to www.betterhelp.com/sleepwithme and simply fill out a questionnaire. Caviar- is the food delivery app for people that are passionate about food. Caviar is offering 50% off two orders up to $20 value per order, put in the offer code WITHME at checkout. Calm- Get started at calm.com/sleepwithme and GET 40% off a Calm Premium subscription! Air Doctor- Just go to https://www.airdoctorpro.com/ and use promo code SLEEP and you'll receive a 35% discount. Zoc Doc- Whether you need a primary care physician, dentist, dermatologist, psychiatrist, eye doctor, or other specialists, Zocdoc has you covered. Download the Zocdoc app to sign-up for FREE at zocdoc.com/sleep. LinkedIn - When your business is ready to make that next hire, find the right person with LinkedIn Jobs. And now, you can post a job for free. Just visit LinkedIn.com/SLEEP. Terms and conditions apply. Become a patron and get sweet bonus content from the show! https://www.patreon.com/sleepwithme

2 Guys Named Chris, Daily Show Highlights

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Fresh Era
Kid (of Kid 'N Play): Bronx Made to The High Top Fade

Fresh Era

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 34:08


Before Christopher "Kid" Reid became one of the most iconic faces in Hip-Hop history, along with his partner in rap, Christopher "Play" Martin, he had to endure a lot to become who he is. Nothing came easy - the white people didn't respect him because he was half Jamaican. The black people laughed at him because he was half white. This meant he had to work doubly hard, and use his charismatic personality and love for Hip-Hop as tools to navigate the rough waters of New York life. Come on an audio journey of his life and hear how he went from performing for free at park jams in the Bronx to working at Sears with Martin Lawrence to being the first rapper with a Saturday morning cartoon. Do the Kid N Play kickstep without embarrassment at www.stupid-fly.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
11-28-22 - WWBD - He Needs Money For Holidays Where Can He Look For Work And Revisiting John's Sears Card Use - His Wife Of 7Yrs Said She Needs A Break And Is Moving Out And Judging The Difficulty Of Having A Micro Penis

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 29:56


Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway
Jonah, Micah Part 2 • Dr. Joshua Sears • Nov. 21 - 27

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 71:55


Dr. Sears continues to explore the Book of Amos and the importance of the minor prophets, the concept of hesed, and the importance of the Everlasting Covenant.Please rate and review the podcast!Show Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/old-testament/Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/follow-him-a-come-follow-me-podcast/id1545433056Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/15G9TTz8yLp0dQyEcBQ8BYThanks to the follow HIM team:Steve & Shannon Sorensen: Executive Producers, SponsorsDavid & Verla Sorensen: SponsorsDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: Marketing, SponsorLisa Spice: Client Relations, Editor, Show NotesJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignWill Stoughton: Video EditorKrystal Roberts: Translation Team, English & French Transcripts, WebsiteAriel Cuadra: Spanish TranscriptsIgor Willians: Portuguese Transcripts"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway
Jonah, Micah Part 1 • Dr. Joshua Sears • Nov. 21 - 27

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 76:44


Are covenants more than two-way promises? Dr. Joshua Sears explores Jonah and how the Lord uses covenantal relationships to save and serve his children.Please rate and review the podcast!Show Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/old-testament/Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/follow-him-a-come-follow-me-podcast/id1545433056Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/15G9TTz8yLp0dQyEcBQ8BYThanks to the follow HIM team:Steve & Shannon Sorensen: Executive Producers, SponsorsDavid & Verla Sorensen: SponsorsDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: Marketing, SponsorLisa Spice: Client Relations, Editor, Show NotesJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignWill Stoughton: Video EditorKrystal Roberts: Translation Team, English & French Transcripts, WebsiteAriel Cuadra: Spanish TranscriptsIgor Willians: Portuguese Transcripts"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com