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USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded
Women's Tennis challenges 20th-ranked Florida, Darek with senior Amalie Boy (Bulls Beat 1-25)

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 10:17


Women's Tennis challenges 20th-ranked Florida, Darek with senior Amalie Boy (Bulls Beat 1-25) by USF

The Todd Herman Show
What do the January 6th and voting rights lies prove about The Party's Schemes Vs. God's mission? - Episode 41 - Hour 2

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 52:49


THE THESIS: The Party continues to demonstrate that, if you serve its will, you can do whatever you like. Should you not be a friend of The Party, you are going to be targeted with increasing intensity. THE SCRIPTURE:  “For the Lord your God is the God of gods and Lord of lords, the great, mighty, and awe-inspiring God, showing no partiality and taking no bribe” (Deut. 10:17). “For there is no favoritism with God” (Rom. 2:11). “There is no favoritism with him (Eph. 6:9). “Now I truly understand that God doesn't show favoritism” (Acts 10:34). THE NEWS: [AUDIO] - @julie_kelly2's Full Opening Remarks About The Horrible Treatment Of January 6th Protestors At The House Judiciary Committee Hearing: "It appears however that the DC Jail for January 6th protestors is more of a political prison for Americans who protested Joe Biden's election." - Senior writer  @theamgreatness, January 6 truth seeker—book here: Ashli Babbitt Pleaded With Police to Call for Backup Moments Before She Was Shot and Killed; Trump supporter jumped up and down, waved hands in frustration at motionless officers: "Call...help! THE MONOLOGUE: HUH … THE MOCKINGBIRDS STILL CALL IT “THE BIG LIE … “ UNLESS IT'S THE PEOPLE WHO RUN BIDEN SAYING IT. [AUDIO] - The View co-host Ana Navarro presses Jen Psaki with an unhinged conspiracy theory that the results of the 2022 midterms will not be free, fair, and legitimate. "So without reforms, why should voters have faith in the legitimacy of the next election?" THE LISTENERS: Todd, You have seemed more angry and emotional yesterday and today's 1st hour. You even noticed it yourself today. I also heard you say that God could be fat, skinny, wack teeth, etc. AHHH, what? God our Father, is perfect, period. The Lord our God, - as the perfect person, perfect God, perfect everything. He has no flaws! So if he is perfect and has no flaws, why would he show himself as fat and bad teeth? When he was here on earth, he was in a perfect human body. The one main reason we look UP to God our father is because he is not like us. We are flawed, not Him. Here are some of his attributes. Phil 4:8. - Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. And this is a small list there are more listings of God's attributes in the bible. But this is a nice list of God my Father. HE is not fat, or skinny with bad teeth.   I'll be praying for you brother. -tom See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Design Life
240: The difference between junior and senior designers

Design Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 31:18


What is the difference between a Junior and a Senior designer? Don't they essentially do the same job? This week on Design Life we chat about moving up a level in your career and why it means more than just completing the same tasks and responsibilities.

Post Reports
Inside an overwhelmed emergency room

Post Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 35:01


A Rhode Island emergency department provides a window into how front-line health-care workers are coping with the latest covid surge. And a conversation about how André Leon Talley embodied the heart of the fashion world.Read more:Laura Forman, Kent Hospital's emergency department director, says that her days dealing with a deluge of covid patients involves a lot of “best bad options.” Reporters Joyce Koh and Lenny Bernstein reported from Rhode Island, where overwhelmed emergency staff have been forced to see patients in their cars. Forman says her staff are burning out – and the conditions are the worst she's seen in her 26-year career. Fashion icon André Leon Talley died this week at the age of 73. Talley was the former creative director of American Vogue, the first and only black person to hold that position. Senior critic-at-large Robin Givhan interviewed Talley many times over the years – and they were also friends. “He had an incredible capacity for generosity. And it came through in a way that was just as grand as his personality,” Givhan says.

Just Animals
Mazuri: Interview with Dr. Troy Tollefson: Senior Nutritionist

Just Animals

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 64:07


It has finally happened! We finally have Mazuri on the show! Our long time listeners will instantly recognize this name as we have discussed them in our dietary section for over 3 seasons! For those that do not know who or what Mazuri is "Mazuri® is a world leader in quality exotic animal nutrition for virtually every living exotic animal. Mazuri exotic animal diets are made with high quality ingredients and are trusted by professionals. veterinarians, breeders and exotic pet owners." Link to website here - https://info.mazuri.com/about-us/who-we-are?cartItems=0 Joining us today from Mazuri we have the one and only Dr. Troy Tollefson: Ph.D. Senior Nutritionist, R&D Manager. We discuss, research and how he comes up with various food formulas and much more! Don't forget to order some official merch! Take a look here https://shop.spreadshirt.com/just-animals-podcast/ As always send us an email at justanimalspod@gmail.com Find us on Instagram @justanimalspod --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justanimals/message

The Trial Brief
The Insurrection: One Year Later w/ Brandi Buchman

The Trial Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 22:32


David is back with a new 2022 episode with his first guest of the year, Brandi Buchman (journalist and writer). They discuss "The Insurrection" of January 6, 2021 and how our country is still dealing with its aftermath one year later.   Senior staff writer at Daily Kos and was Chief White House & Congressional Correspondent for CourthouseNews.    Twitter: https://twitter.com/Brandi_Buchman   https://twitter.com/dailykos   https://muckrack.com/brandi-buchman/articles   https://www.dailykos.com/

The Bill Press Pod
"Not Enough Churchill." The Reporters' Roundtable- Jan 21

The Bill Press Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 45:58


Biden Presser. Voting Rights DOA. Trump Legal Woes. Ukraine Danger. With Gabe Debenedetti, National Correspondent at New York Magazine, Lauren Burke, Writer at Black Press and host of The BurkeFile podcast and Scott Wong, Senior staff writer at The Hill and soon at NBC News. Today's Bill Press Pod is supported"not by the United Food and Commercial Workers Union. More information at UFCW.org. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The North-South Connection
This Week in the NFL: 2021 Divisional Playoff Weekend

The North-South Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 65:15


The heartbroken crew at This Week in the NFL return for another edition of your favorite football podcast. Downtrodden hosts Cowboy, Senior, and Ryder joined cohost John D'Amato in having their favorite teams on the sidelines. The guys perk up quick as they preview the upcoming games. While it may be too late for the Patriots and Cardinals, there is plenty of great football left to be played. Enjoy the show!

5 Things
How the war on critical race theory spread from schools to big business

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 11:02


Senior tech and economic opportunity reporter Jessica Guynn explains. Plus, President Joe Biden has strong words for Russia, breaking news reporter Claire Thornton talks Americans' growing fears on COVID-19, we remember Meat Loaf and the March for Life descends on Washington.Episode Transcript available hereAlso available at art19.com/shows/5-ThingsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Three Song Stories
Episode 202 - Mariapia Malerba

Three Song Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 67:58


Mariapia Malerba is a multidisciplinary artist who was born in Puglia , a region in Southern Italy.  She has created textile designs Dolce Gabbana and Versace. She is now Senior textile designer for White House Black Market, and her work has been showcased in various galleries in all over Italy and America. 

Six O'Clock News
20/01/2022 Senior Conservative alleges MPs 'intimidated' by Government whips

Six O'Clock News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 30:25


The PM says he has seen no evidence of blackmail after backbencher allegations. The former Pope is accused of failing to take action in cases of abuse.

Consumer Finance Monitor
What Will 2022 Hold for the Consumer Finance Industry--A Conversation with Special Guests Evan Weinberger, Correspondent at Bloomberg Law, and Jon Hill, Senior Banking Reporter at Law360

Consumer Finance Monitor

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 55:54


In this wide-ranging conversation with two experienced reporters on the consumer finance industry, we discuss differences between the current CFPB and the Trump-era CFPB, including with regard to areas of regulatory and enforcement focus such as UDAAP, consumer access to financial information, small business issues, and fair lending. We also discuss the potential implications of the current CFPB's interest in buy-now-pay-later and its inquiry into large technology companies that offer payment services. Other topics include the potential impact of the recent leadership turmoil at the FDIC and expectations for activity by state regulators and attorneys general. Alan Kaplinsky, Ballard Spahr Senior Counsel, hosts the conversation.

SAATKORN
Jobs der Woche: SENIOR und JUNIOR HR MANAGER (m/w/d)

SAATKORN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 12:18


Was talentsconnect so macht, kannst Du hier im separaten Podcast mit Co-Founder und CEO Robin Sudermann nachhören. In diesem Job der Woche gibt's gleich 2 spannende Jobangebote.

Guy Benson Show
Guy Benson Show - 1-19-2022

Guy Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 110:14


Guy Benson Show - 1-19-2022 [00:00:00] 3:06 pm - Democrats Filibuster Hysteria [00:15:26] 3:26 pm - Sen. Mitt Romney's Speech On Filibus [00:18:22] 3:35 pm -Brit Hume, Senior political analyst f [00:35:36] 3:56 pm - UK PM Boris Johnson: "The governmen [00:36:43] 4:06 pm - LIVE - BIDEN PRESS CONFERENCE [00:51:58] 4:26 pm -LIVE - BIDEN PRESS CONFERENCE [00:55:06] 4:35 pm - LIVE - BIDEN PRESS CONFERENCE [01:10:36] 4:54 pm - LIVE - BIDEN PRESS CONFERENCE [01:13:30] 5:06 pm - LIVE - BIDEN PRESS CONFERENCE [01:27:01] 5:24 pm - Byron York, Editor at Washington Exa [01:31:49] 5:35 pm -LIVE - BIDEN PRESS CONFERENCE [01:46:36] 5:54 pm - Guy's reaction to Biden's Presser

Without a Roadmap
Rachel Decker, Senior PM at Vendr

Without a Roadmap

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 34:27


This week, Cam and Yonas welcome Rachel Decker to the show! Rachel is a Senior PM at Vendr, and has previously worked at companies like ezCater and Hubspot. With a background and passion for UX research and design, Rachel brings a unique perspective to the world of product.

Church News
BYU athletic directors Tom Holmoe and Liz Darger on excellence in sports, BYU's Honor Code, gospel principles; featuring Sheri Dew as guest host

Church News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 49:07


Brigham Young University sports fans had plenty to cheer about in 2021. The women claimed second-place finishes in soccer and cross-country and a Sweet 16 appearance in volleyball. Fans also enjoyed national rankings in football and men's and women's basketball, and individual national recognitions in cross country and track and field. BYU Athletic Director Tom Holmoe and Liz Darger, BYU's senior associate athletic director/senior woman administrator and a member of the Young Women general advisory council, join this episode of the Church News podcast. The episode also features guest host and avid BYU sports fan Sheri L. Dew, executive vice president and chief content officer of Deseret Management Corporation and a former member of the Relief Society general presidency. They talk about BYU athletic programs and athletes and the role they play in the university and, by extension, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Midday Show
A key piece returning to Athens for senior season, another on the move

The Midday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 37:46


1-17 Hour 4 - After recapping the biggest headlines from the past weekend in the NFL, Chris Goforth reacts the news that Nolan Smith is returning to Athens for his senior season and J.T. Daniels entering the transfer portal. 

The Midday Show
Nolan Smith set to return to UGA for senior season

The Midday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 2:53


Chris Goforth reacts to the news that Nolan Smith is returning to UGA for his senior season and says it's good for him and the program. 

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Crime Alert 01.17.22

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 1:30


A disturbance call leads to a body in the trunk of a car. Senior citizens unwittingly enjoy a desert of pot brownies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pickleball Fire Podcast
129: Pickleball Video Analysis to Improve Your Game with Senior Pro Kim Jagd

Pickleball Fire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 21:51


I love to interview Pickleball players with different athletic backgrounds.  Kim Jagd, who played professional beach volleyball and coached at UCLA, talks about the parallels she sees between professional Pickelball and beach volleyball.  She also goes deep on the importance of video analysis to your Pickleball game.

The Bench with John and Lance
01/14/2022 Senior MLB Writer for The Athletic Evan Drellich joined The Bench

The Bench with John and Lance

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 13:17


Chicago's Morning Answer with Dan Proft & Amy Jacobson

0:00 - The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the Biden administration from enforcing its sweeping vaccine-or-test requirements for large private companies. 31:36 - A Baltimore man who pleaded guilty to torching his ex-girlfriend's home said he was surprised by a plea deal he received, saying it sends the wrong message to criminals in the city.  42:34 - A Canadian father who has not been vaccinated against Covid has temporarily lost the right to see his 12-year-old child. 48:58 - Parents are concerned a vendor for Hinsdale High School District 86 was a tool for spreading critical race theory. 01:05:28 - Bret Baier is a Fox News Anchor and #1 Best Selling author of To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, the Fragile Union, and the Crisis of 1876. He joined Dan and Amy to discuss a busy week in Washington. 01:21:08 - Mark P. Mills is a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, Faculty Fellow at the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science at Northwestern University, and author of the recently released The Cloud Revolution: How the Convergence of New Technologies Will Unleash the Next Economic Boom and A Roaring 2020s. He joined Dan and Amy to explain why he thinks another economic boom is on the horizon. 01:38:10 -Wesley Smith is a Senior fellow at the Discovery Institute's Center on Human Exceptionalism. He joined Dan and Amy to explain whyEzekiel Emanuel Wants Respiratory-Illness Technocracy Without End 01:51:07 - OPEN MIC FRIDAY!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chicago's Morning Answer with Dan Proft & Amy Jacobson

0:00 - Dan & Amy update the Joe Perillo smash and grab story  14:35 -Mancow for gov? 32:23 - Dan & Amy plan for Satanic Temple fun days in Moline 48:33 - Are you done with COVID?  01:03:26 - Dan & Amy react to Sen. Rubio on Biden, the Left vs. those on planet Earth 01:18:12 - Meet Alex “Primetime” Stein 01:22:02 - Senior writer for National Review, David Harsanyi, weighs in on Biden's Big Elections Lie. Check out David's new book Eurotrash: Why America Must Reject the Failed Ideas of a Dying Continent 01:38:28 - Dramatic Readings with Dan & Amy  01:57:45 -  President of the Crime Prevention Research Center and former senior advisor for research and statistics at the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Legal Policy, John Lott Jr, analyzes guns sales and crime rates. Check out John's most recent book  Gun Control Myths See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bench with John and Lance
01/13/2022 Senior CFB Writer for ESPN.com Heather Dinich joined The Bench

The Bench with John and Lance

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 12:55


Heather Dinich calls in to the show to talk about what is potentially holding up CFP expansion, could expansion help prevent players from opting out along with other aspects.

Pickleball Fire Podcast
128: Differences Between Tennis and Pickleball with Senior Pro Nathalie Bagby

Pickleball Fire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 18:14


Sometimes it is really hard not to talk about tennis during g a Pickleball podcast episode.  But that is because so many of the professionals have a tennis background.  Nathalie Bagby does too, but what is interesting in the podcast is she lists so many differences between the two sports. 

The John Batchelor Show
Ukraine: Senior Russian uniforms at NATO. Jeff McCausland @mccauslJ @CBSNews @dickinsoncol

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 13:24


Photo:  Portrait for the article "Mikhail Feodorovich". Military Encyclopedia of Sytin (St. Petersburg, 1911-1915) Ukraine: Senior Russian uniforms at NATO. Jeff McCausland  @mccauslJ @CBSNews @dickinsoncol https://www.ft.com/content/53d64eaa-7303-4321-b09a-6fe0ef5d3272

The Doug Gottlieb Show
THE BEST OF THE DOUG GOTTLIEB SHOW

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 55:06


On the Wednesday edition of The Best Of The Doug Gottlieb Show: Doug talks about the reasons why the Belichick coaching tree, not unlike the Coach K coaching tree in basketball, have largely failed in their individual attempts at being a head coach. Doug reveals a tell-tale sign that someone is full of it. Senior reporter at The Monday Morning Quarterback Albert Breer joins Doug to talk about the Joe Judge and Brian Flores firings, the Baker Mayfield situation in Cleveland, and to give his reaction to the Chargers' Brandon Staley and the fallout there. Doug is conflicted about taking the bait on a topic that Steph Curry delivered to the world: who would win between his '17 Warriors and the '96 Bulls? Doug also reacts to Carmelo Anthony talking about a comparison made by Lebron James trying to tie the 2020 Tampa Bay Bucs with this current Lakers team. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Doug Gottlieb Show
Hour 2 - Pitcher Jon Lester retires

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 45:24


Doug reacts to the breaking news that former Red Sox and Cubs pitcher Jon Lester announced his retirement. Doug reveals a tell-tale sign that someone is full of it. Senior reporter at The Monday Morning Quarterback Albert Breer joins Doug to talk about the Joe Judge and Brian Flores firings, the Baker Mayfield situation in Cleveland, and to give his reaction to the Chargers' Brandon Staley and the fallout there. Plus, Doug reacts to Colin Cowherd's take that Matt Stafford will get the most criticism if the Rams lose Sunday. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
PMS 2.0 577 - Barry Sanders, NFL Films Senior Coordinating Producer Keith Cossrow, & AJ Hawk

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 101:39


On today's show, Pat, AJ, and the boys chat about this weekend's Same Game Parlay Holiday exclusively on FanDuel for Wildcard Weekend, and all the different NFL news stories going around as we prepare for the playoffs and teams continue to figure out what they're going to do in their coaching searches. Joining the program is a Hall of Famer, and NFL MVP, a Heisman Trophy Winner, 10x Pro Bowler, 10x All-Pro, one of the greatest football players ever, Barry Sanders to chat about how the game has changed a little bit, who he likes in the playoffs, if Derrick Henry coming back is going to propel the Titans in the playoffs, if his game would've translated to today, and the Super Bowl Squares Sweepstakes presented by Rocket Mortgage (44:52-1:06:24). Later, Senior Coordinating Producer with NFL Films, Keith Cossrow joins Pat and AJ to chat about the 33rd owner in the league, NFL Films, his experiences putting together this season's in-season Hard Knocks, what the experience was like as a whole, if they're going to continue doing in-season Hard Knocks, how it landed on HBO, and much more (1:10:35-1:37:35). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.

NHL @TheRink
Derek Stepan joins; Malkin's return, Kucherov, Sunshine State Rivalry, Evander Kane, Lidstrom & Red Wings

NHL @TheRink

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 57:37


Dan and Shawn are joined by Derek Stepan of the Carolina Hurricanes (19:48). Stepan talks about his "Senior" role with the Canes, playing for Rod Brind'Amour and the growth of Sebastian Aho and Andrei Svechnikov. He also looks back at his time with the NY Rangers and talks a lot about Henrik Lundqvist ahead of his jersey retirement at MSG. The guys start the episode talking about Evgeni Malkin's brilliant return to the ice and comparing the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Florida Panthers. Plus, they look at Jack Eichel as he took the ice with Vegas for the first time and discuss the surprise Nashville Predators. They wrap up the episode discussing Niklas Lidstrom's new gig with the Detroit Red Wings and the Edmonton Oilers interest in Evander Kane. 

The Sit Down: A Mafia History Podcast
Episode 40: John Gotti Jr

The Sit Down: A Mafia History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 80:44


On Episode 40 of the Sit Down, Jeff and BlackJack delve into the life of Gambino boss and son of Senior, John Gotti Jr. Junior lives a life in the shadow of his father, he became boss at a young age all to deal with the scrutiny of the government multiple times. He lived his life through his father and paid for it. Give it a listen now!  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PLEASE give us a follow on socials! FOLLOW US ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMYV0eyKQFhNZwLXpx7I0Ng FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @thesitdown7  Check out our present sponsor BetterHelp... get help with online therapy now: www.betterhelp.com/sitdown for 10 percent off Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brooke and Jubal
Phone Tap: Senior Storage Moment

Brooke and Jubal

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 5:58


In today's Phone Tap, Jeff poses as an old senior and calls the owner of a storage unit...He's lost IN the facility and needs help finding his way out... Except he's going to completely ignore every direction she gives him!

Jubal's Phone Taps
Phone Tap: Senior Storage Moment

Jubal's Phone Taps

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 5:58


In today's Phone Tap, Jeff poses as an old senior and calls the owner of a storage unit...He's lost IN the facility and needs help finding his way out... Except he's going to completely ignore every direction she gives him!

The United States of Anxiety
How to Spot the End of Democracy

The United States of Anxiety

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 50:49


On a scale of 1-10, how anxious are you about the state of our democracy? Kai considers when democracy is past its tipping point with New York Times columnist Thomas Edsall. Plus callers tell us how anxious they are about the state of our democracy. Then is the right better at the internet than the left? Senior producer Kousha Navidar reports back. Companion listening for this episode: The Supreme Court v. Our Rights (12/6/2021) Another year of the SCOTUS is coming to a close. But can we still trust our nine appointed justices to be the final arbiters of the law? Listen to the end for our last digital living segment. "The United States of Anxiety” airs live on Sunday evenings at 6pm ET. The podcast episodes are lightly edited from our live broadcasts. To catch all the action, tune into the show on Sunday nights via the stream on WNYC.org/anxiety or tell your smart speakers to play WNYC.    We want to hear from you! Connect with us on Twitter @WNYC using the hashtag #USofAnxiety or email us at anxiety@wnyc.org.

The North-South Connection
This Week in the NFL: 2021 Week Eighteen

The North-South Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 67:56


Your three man booth returns for this edition of This Week in the NFL! Cowboy, Senior, and John are here to discuss all the Week 17 action and look ahead to the few meaningful Week 18 games. Topics include: AB's meltdown, Bengals Fever, and Niners/Rams. Enjoy!

All Home Care Matters
Respecting a Senior's Independence while Providing Care

All Home Care Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 17:41


Today we are going to be talking about how you can respect a senior's independence and help them maintain their dignity while providing care. We will cover ways you can help your loved one without doing everything for them, as well as ideas on how you can make your loved one's space safer so that they can do more on their own. Now let's move on to the rest of the show.   As we age, things that we used to do without giving it a second thought, like moving something out of the way or opening a door, become more and more difficult. If you are watching your loved one beginning to struggle with simple tasks, you may feel the urge to rush in and help, but that is the opposite of what you should do. As long as they are not going to injure themselves, let them do it on their own unless they ask for your help. If you are worried that they may be straining themselves too hard, ask for permission to help them.   Linda Ziac, founder of The Caregiver Resource Center, remembers a time when her elderly neighbor was emptying groceries from the trunk of her car. Linda says she rushed over to help but stopped dead in her tracks when her neighbor said to her, “You can't do that. You need to let us do things for ourselves. We'll ask for help if we need it.” Linda then asked her neighbor if she could help her with her groceries. With a big smile, her neighbor said “of course you can help.”   This story illustrates the importance of finding a balance between helping a senior and allowing them to maintain their independence and dignity. Helping is okay, it is encouraged, but you need to ask for permission first. Helping a senior do something they want to do on their own will only embarrass them and lead to resenting you, which we know is not at all what your goal was.   According to Home Care Angels, when your loved one starts to slow down, it can be tempting to take over and do too much for them. But for seniors, staying independent is an important part of maintaining dignity and respect—and it can contribute to physical, mental, and emotional well-being.   Your job is to support their wishes and involve them in as much as they want and are able to do. Talk with your loved one about their interests and give them control over their activities whenever possible. Let them take the lead and then work out the logistics with, or for, them as needed.   An active lifestyle and social life can help your loved one maintain their independence, too. Home Care Angels says to help your loved one continue their regular activities like attending church, visiting with relatives, and reconnecting with old friends or groups they were involved in. If they are able to manage it, take them to library lectures, local theater, or any community event they're interested in.   According to Walden University, independence is not solitude. And loneliness can be fatal, with one recent study showing that feeling extreme loneliness can raise an older adult's chances of premature death by 14%. That's why, when caring for your loved one, you should encourage them to remain socially active. Maintaining old friendships and cultivating new ones not only helps ward off loneliness but can also help older adults retain a sense of importance and independence.   If your loved one has trouble getting out of the house and attending social events, you can help them use a computer, tablet, or cellphone to have video calls with their friends and loved ones. Technology is a great way to bring people together when they are unable to be together physically. If your loved one has any interest in learning about technology, you can find senior-specific technology classes in your area. They can learn how to use their own devices with their friends and others their age and it can also save you time and sanity.   Teaching a parent can be difficult. It can take longer than you expect and remaining calm can be hard at times. It requires a lot of patience. For some people, teaching and learning together with a parent is a great way to spend quality time with them, but if that isn't for you, that's okay. A class tailored to seniors is a great solution to helping your loved one learn more about using technology and helping them socialize. Plus, once they understand how to work their devices, they won't need you to help them call their friends and they will be able to talk to them any time they want.   Providing care for a loved one is a rewarding job and you get to spend more time with them. It can also be stressful and tiring. Helping your loved one be more independent, not only helps them but it helps yourself, as well. No matter what level of care your loved one needs, allowing them to participate in their care and make choices can help both of you maintain a stronger relationship with less bickering and fighting.   Smart home devices can also help your loved one have more control over their environment. According to Home Care Assistance, there are several voice-activated home devices on the market, made by companies like Amazon and Google. These devices are a great resource for people with disabilities. They're great for those with low vision, difficulty with fine motor tasks, or mobility challenges. Voice-activated devices can do a lot of things, including play music, operate the television, lock and unlock doors, control the thermostat, control lights, tell the time, date, and weather, and make phone calls. You can even order a pizza.   Smart devices empower some people to live independently for longer. They allow people who can't use smartphones or computers to access information. Plus, new uses for these technologies come out all the time.   Does your loved one often worry whether or not they locked the door when they are away from home? Another smart device that can be helpful for them is automated door locks controlled from your phone. With smart locks, your loved one will be able to open the app and immediately see if they locked the door, and lock it from wherever they are if they didn't.   Many home security systems offer smart locks, as well as surveillance systems that can notify you and emergency response teams if your loved one has an accident. Make sure you talk to your loved one before having any cameras installed in the home. If they are uncomfortable with cameras, things like life alert necklaces and smartwatches can also be used to notify others in case of an emergency. Some smartwatches now have fall detections that will automatically call first responders if your loved one falls and doesn't get up.   Don't be surprised if your loved one is resistant to trying new things, even if it can help them do more on their own. Linda Ziac from the Caregiver Resource Center says that family caregivers often tell her that they feel frustrated and guilty when they try to help, but their loved one repeatedly tells them “I don't need anything.”   One suggestion Linda often makes is that after learning your loved one's wishes, it may be possible to give a gift to your loved one. You can give them a gift for no reason at all, or for a special occasion, such as a birthday, mother's or father's day, or during the holidays. These gifts can help improve your loved one's quality of life in many ways.   Linda recalls one evening when she had a blackout in her area. She went next door to check on her elderly neighbor, only to find her walking around in the dark, searching for her flashlight. Once the power came back on, Linda decided to do some research to find a way to help prevent her neighbor from a potential fall during a blackout.   She knew that office buildings have emergency lighting systems and researched similar systems for personal use. She found a very reasonably priced product for home use, that didn't require any installation. Linda purchased two emergency lights for her neighbor to be placed on an end table on each floor of her home.   These particular emergency lights lasted an hour before they needed to be recharged and allowed her neighbor time to move safely throughout her home and get settled to wait out the power outage.   Linda has a few other gift ideas she's found over the years to be useful to other caregivers. She suggests creating a gift certificate for rides to the doctor's office so that your loved one can redeem them with you or someone else and still feel like they aren't taking advantage of you or being a burden, even after you have told them you are happy to take them.   If your loved one has pets, you can walk their dog, or come play with their animals, especially in inclement weather. If you don't live nearby, ask someone in their neighborhood if they would be willing to walk your loved one's dog. Even just once a week can be a welcome relief to your loved one.   Hiring someone to clean their house, put things away, and do laundry is a great gift for special occasions. Check your local senior center and see if they know of any cleaning services for seniors. Some companies offer free or discounted cleaning sessions.   A variety coupon book that includes services you or someone help provide is something else that Linda suggests. Cooking a meal, grocery shopping, and medication pick-up are all things you can include. You can also include going out to lunch and going to a museum or another activity that they enjoy.   Other gifts that can help your loved one at home can include, a LifeLine necklace, replacing doorknobs with doorknob levers so that they are easier to open, raised toilet seat with handles, and a phone or tablet specifically made for seniors and those with memory loss issues.   Whenever your loved one mentions something that they are struggling with, like turning the faucet on or off, try to make a note of it. If your loved one doesn't want you to go out and fix everything they mention right away, you can give them items off the list you make as gifts. You can also talk to their friends and anyone they talk to regularly and have them give you gift ideas. Their friends may also be willing to help you give your loved one these gifts, as well.   Regular exercise is not only important for maintaining independence, but it's important for a healthy lifestyle. You can help your loved one find an exercise class they enjoy, like yoga or water aerobics. Going to a class can also be something for your loved one to look forward to and is a lot of fun when taken with friends. Virtual exercise classes can be a good way to keep moving while at home.   Whatever your loved one likes to do to stay active, help them continue to do it and make it part of their routine. Even going on walks around the neighborhood can be enough exercise for your loved one to stay healthy. Home Care Angels says that if your loved one has exercises recommended by a physical therapist, remind them and encourage them to do them regularly. According to Home Care Assistance, regular physical activity can help prevent Alzheimer's and dementia plus improve strength and mobility, so make sure your loved one is getting the exercise they need.   According to Walden University, physical ailment and/or injury can significantly impact an elderly person's ability to remain independent. While some of the degenerative aspects of aging are hard to prevent, accidents are not—it just takes an awareness of how accidents happen and how they can be prevented.   One of the most common accidents suffered by the elderly is falling. In fact, each year, one in every four people over the age of 65 will fall. However, by helping the elderly take simple safety measures—like securing rugs, installing handrails in bathrooms, repairing uneven flooring, and using a cane or walker—you can help them significantly reduce the risk of falling. Other safety measures you should encourage the elderly to take include maintaining smoke and fire alarms, keeping medications properly sorted, and outfitting stovetops and ovens with nobs that are easy to use and displays that are easy to see.   No matter what level of care your loved one needs, allowing them the opportunity to make their own choices is necessary for them to maintain their independence, and for you to have less on your plate. According to Walden University, if we feel powerless we cannot feel independent. That's why it's vital for you to ensure any senior you're working with has a significant say in the choices affecting their lives.   From matters of health to living arrangements to diet to exercise, the elderly deserve the right to decide what they want. When you work with seniors, remember your job isn't to coerce. It's to empower. And that begins by treating the elderly with the same level of respect—and affording them the same amount of autonomy—you would give to any other adult.   Similarly, Home Care Assistance says seniors have their own opinions and preferences. Encourage your loved one to voice these opinions by making his or her own choices. For example, offer several options for what to eat, wear, and do every day, and allow your loved one to choose. Doing so helps your loved one maintain independence while still staying within reasonable, healthy limits.   Home Care Angels says that you should also involve your loved one in a day-to-day plan. Ask them to plan meals, fold the laundry and participate in the shopping, cooking, and cleaning where possible. Bake cookies together, even if they can only help stir the dough. Let them decide what TV shows, radio programs, and music they want to listen to.   Even if you know your loved one's favorite shows and programs, they will appreciate you giving them the chance to tell you what they like or what they want to do, even if their answer is exactly what you thought it would be. And you never know when the time may come that they pick something that surprises you. If you don't ask, you will never get a different answer.   We touched on this earlier when talking about gifts, but according to Home Care Assistance, age-friendly home improvements can enable older adults to be independent for longer. In the bathroom, you can install grab bars in the shower and near the toilet. You can add a shower chair and an elevated toilet seat. In the kitchen, you can store items on the counter or at eye level so your loved one doesn't have to bend or reach. You can also buy weighted utensils to make mealtimes easier.   As you make changes to your loved one's home, think through their daily routine. What challenges are they facing throughout the day? What tasks do they receive support with? Is there any equipment that would make things easier? Are there changes that you could make that would empower them to need less direct support? If you don't know where to start, you may want to consult an occupational therapist. They can offer ideas of changes you can make to the home.   The Caregiver Resource Center also suggests arranging for a home safety audit to identify any areas of concern in your loved one's home, along with a corrective action plan. A home safety audit can identify areas of risk in your loved one's home that you may not have thought of on your own. You can also listen to our episode on Aging in Place for more information on ways you can help make your loved one's home safer.   There will be many times where you and your loved one disagree over things as small as what to eat for dinner or as big as where your loved one should live. According to Home Care Assistance, as family caregivers, we want to protect our loved ones from everything that might harm them. From an unhealthy meal to a decision to keep living alone, our loved ones often make decisions that worry us. If we want to empower those we care for, we need to allow them the space to make decisions that we disagree with. Nobody can be safe all the time.   Caregivers must balance safety with autonomy. For example, maybe your mother is adamant about living at home. She might also be willing to allow a paid caregiver to come each evening for a few hours to prepare dinner and clean. While this may not be your preferred solution, it empowers your mom to live the way she wants to live. It can bring you peace of mind knowing that someone is checking on her each day. A caregiver can keep your parent safe at home by making sure she gets any assistance she might need.   Communication is key in helping your loved one maintain their independence. Sit down and have a conversation with them about things you both can do differently in order for them to do more for themselves. Your loved one may not want to bring up any issues to you on their own, but if you ask them specifically what they want and ways that you could help them achieve this goal, they will be much more willing to divulge the information you need. During this conversation, you should also bring any safety concerns you have to their attention. If you worry about them falling in the shower, let them know and work on a solution together.   According to the Caregiver Resource Center, all too often, a senior wants to retain their independence and doesn't want to become a burden to their loved ones. In order to maintain their independence, the senior may attempt to hide the fact that they are struggling, and are in need of some assistance.   One way that you may learn of a problem, is when you receive a phone call in the middle of the night. When you answer the phone you hear your mother is in the emergency room, she's fallen and broken her hip. As the closest living relative, you receive the call, and within minutes you are being faced with new responsibilities as your mother's caregiver.   Not all problems occur as a crisis like this but instead evolve in a gradual series of warning signs spanning weeks, months, or even years. Look for those signs that your loved one needs help and is not voicing this need to you or anyone else. With open communication, your loved one will be able to safely maintain their independence and you will have peace of mind knowing that they will tell you if they are having trouble.   We want to say thank you for joining us here at All Home Care Matters, All Home Care Matters is here for you and to help families as they navigate these long-term care issues. Please visit us at allhomecarematters.com there is a private secure fillable form where you can give us feedback, show ideas, or if you have questions. Every form is read and responded to. If you know someone who could benefit from this episode, please share it with them. Remember, you can listen to the show on any of your favorite podcast streaming platforms and watch the show on our YouTube channel and make sure to hit that subscribe button, so you'll never miss an episode. We look forward to seeing you next time on All Home Care Matters, thank you.   Sources: http://www.caregiverresourcecenter.com/Respecting%20Seniors.pdf   https://www.homecareangelsinc.com/caring-for-aging-parents/5-ways-to-help-seniors-remain-independent/   https://www.waldenu.edu/online-doctoral-programs/phd-in-human-services/resource/helping-the-elderly-maintain-independence   https://homecareassistance.com/blog/supporting-seniors-promoting-independence          

Guy Benson Show
Guy Benson Show - What Happened To "Following The Science"

Guy Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 109:51


Guy Benson Show - 1-7-2022 [00:00:00] 3:06 pm - US hiring cools in December [00:16:27] 3:27 pm - Do We Not Go By The Science Anymore? [00:18:17] 3:35 pm - Jimmy Failla, Host of FAA [00:30:53] 3:52 pm - Should GA Make a Pitch for the Super [00:36:36] 4:06 pm - Charles C. W. Cooke, Senior writer a [00:49:41] 4:24 pm - Did the Boston Bomber Receive Covid [00:54:54] 4:35 pm - Congressman Darin Lahood (R-IL) [01:05:39] 4:50 pm -Larry Kudlow host of Fox Business Net [01:13:14] 5:06 pm - Shannon Bream, FNC chief legal corre [01:29:27] 5:27 pm - Guy Goes to the Doctor [01:31:36] 5:35 pm - Jimmy Failla, Host of Fox Across Ame [01:39:43] 5:47 pm - When Is It Time To Stop Saying "Happ

WebTalkRadio.net
Professionalizing Strategic Systems Management for Business and Organizational Success: Introducing the CCIM Three-Leg Stool by Dr. Terrence L. Farrier

WebTalkRadio.net

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022


Each leg, and each supporting rung, will be described and how they interact with a continually progressive explanation of those interactions as the chapters unfold.  Key takeaways: 1.  Common change management efforts fail! Senior and middle managers, who attempt to change their organizations, are offered a glut of analysis techniques that only provide short-term solutions. Many […] The post Professionalizing Strategic Systems Management for Business and Organizational Success: Introducing the CCIM Three-Leg Stool by Dr. Terrence L. Farrier appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.

Bernie and Sid
Janice Dean | 1-7-2022

Bernie and Sid

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 9:20


Senior meteorologist at Fox News & Morning meteorologist on Fox and Friends, Janice Dean joins Bernie & Sid in the Morning to update Sid on today's snowstorm, schools keeping kids at home, Governor Cuomo's poor decisions and more!

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
Wells Fargo Senior EVP Ather Williams III on Corporate Strategy For Digital Disruption

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 34:18


626: Ather discusses the strategic changes at the company and how the three verticals he leads work together. Ather describes his purview in each of the verticals he leads; Strategy, Digital Platforms, and Innovation; and reflects on how the digital- and mobile-first strategy has evolved in the financial services industry. He talks about the ecosystems he's built at the company, how they help knit together the three verticals, and what degree of coopetition exists in the space. Ather shares how good corporate strategy has changed in a time of digital disruption and what he believes successful innovation looks like. He shares how Wells Fargo's Innovation Team operates and how it evaluates the true value-add innovations that will change the needle at the company. Finally, Ather looks ahead at increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion at the company, what the future of work looks like, and trends in technology.

Action and Ambition
Kelly Robinson Is a Senior Real Estate Broker and Founder of The Kelly Robinson Team

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 21:24


Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Kelly Robinson, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker at Compass. Compass is a real estate technology company with a powerful end-to-end platform that supports the entire buying and selling workflow. Kelly is also the Founder of The Kelly Robinson Team, an energetic and intelligent group of salespeople known for their attention to detail and collaborative work style. Tune in to learn more on this!

Pickleball Fire Podcast
126: Overcoming Injury and Pickleball Depression with Senior Pro Anna Shirley

Pickleball Fire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 18:55


Senior professional Anna Shirley was just a couple of months away from the USA Nationals when she experienced a freak injury. In this episode, we talk about how she went through some tough times and what she did to prepare for the Nationals despite the injury.  

BACKSTAGE WITH THE SIMPLE CHURCH
Best of the Backstage Podcast: Episode 33 ”The Best Thing We Can Do Now Is Listen”

BACKSTAGE WITH THE SIMPLE CHURCH

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 91:12


Happy New Year! We're back with a new episode on Wednesday, January 19th but we wanted to go back in the archives and share some of our most popular episodes that you might have missed! Here is a great episode from July 2020:   This is a special podcast, as we listen to Brandon Lacey, Senior pastor of New Life Full Gospel House of Worship, and Brian Wilson, Pastor of Galilee Baptist Church, talk about how racism has effected their lives and what we can do to help turn the tide. Their experiences, upbringing, and pasts has us looking from a different perspective as we see Shreveport / Bossier through their eyes. Listen, listen, listen to these Christian men who just want the voices of their community heard to affect positive change in this country.  

Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast
Episode 261 | The Pursuit Of Value-Based Care And Reimbursement With Alice Bell PT, DPT, Senior Payment Specialist APTA

Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 41:20


In this episode, we are discussing an important reimbursement issue related to physical therapy, as well as pain care in general. That is value-based healthcare. Value-based healthcare is a healthcare delivery model in which providers, including hospitals, as well as practitioners, are paid based on the patient's health outcome. This model differs from the traditional fee-for-service or a capitated approach in which providers are typically paid based on the amount of services they deliver. Joining me on this episode to discuss the trend of value-based healthcare, specifically in the physical therapy profession, is Dr. Alice Bell.   She earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Montana. Now is on staff as a Senior Payment Specialist in the Public Affairs Unit of the American Physical Therapy Association. Her professional activities include serving as a member of the Centers for Medicare Technical Expert Panel for alternative payment systems, the CPT Editorial Panel, and is an APTA appointee to the NDHI Opioid Crisis Workgroup. She has been involved in bundled payment projects and exploring the alternative practice and payment model efforts focused on early and direct access to physical therapy.   In this episode, you will learn all about value-based healthcare, where value-based care intersects with the biopsychosocial approach to pain. Also, how physical therapists can assess their readiness for participating in an alternative payment model and how physical therapists can play a more central role in addressing pain in the US healthcare system. Without further ado, let's begin and let's learn about values-based healthcare with Dr. Alice Bell. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join the Healing Pain Podcast Community today: integrativepainscienceinstitute.com Healing Pain Podcast Facebook Healing Pain Podcast Twitter Healing Pain Podcast YouTube Healing Pain Podcast LinkedIn Healing Pain Podcast Instagram

The President's Inbox
TPI Replay: Democratic Crises in U.S. History, With Suzanne Mettler

The President's Inbox

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 33:13


In this special series of The President's Inbox on the future of democracy, James M. Lindsay speaks with experts to discuss whether and where democratic governance is faltering around the world. This week, Suzanne Mettler, John L. Senior professor of American Institutions in the Government Department at Cornell University, places the current crisis of American democracy in historical perspective. This episode is part of the Council on Foreign Relations' Diamonstein-Spielvogel Project on the Future of Democracy. (This is a rebroadcast.)   Books Mentioned in the Podcast   Suzanne Mettler and Robert C. Lieberman, Four Threats: The Recurring Crises of American Democracy (2020)

Marketplace All-in-One
We might need different ways to keep tabs on the economy

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 9:26


Layers of numbers and data keep getting added to the arsenal of measurements used to interpret economic activity, but those numbers are becoming less and less dependable. Senior economics contributor Chris Farrell talks with us about possible solutions to this wide-ranging issue. There’s a shortage of bus drivers along with everything else, and transit systems are struggling to make up the difference. Apple is now worth $3 trillion dollars.

Marketplace Morning Report
We might need different ways to keep tabs on the economy

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 9:26


Layers of numbers and data keep getting added to the arsenal of measurements used to interpret economic activity, but those numbers are becoming less and less dependable. Senior economics contributor Chris Farrell talks with us about possible solutions to this wide-ranging issue. There’s a shortage of bus drivers along with everything else, and transit systems are struggling to make up the difference. Apple is now worth $3 trillion dollars.

Marketplace Morning Report
Studies illustrate lack of diversity in financial services industry

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 9:21


Senior economics contributor Chris Farrell discusses data from a series of studies that highlight a disturbing lack of diversity in financial services such as asset management and financial planning. Air travelers everywhere are kicking off their 2022 by dealing with even more flight cancellations. This is happening as telecom companies plan to launch more 5G networks, which airline groups say could mess things up even more.

Marketplace All-in-One
Studies illustrate lack of diversity in financial services industry

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 9:21


Senior economics contributor Chris Farrell discusses data from a series of studies that highlight a disturbing lack of diversity in financial services such as asset management and financial planning. Air travelers everywhere are kicking off their 2022 by dealing with even more flight cancellations. This is happening as telecom companies plan to launch more 5G networks, which airline groups say could mess things up even more.

Ruthless
Biden's Senior Moment

Ruthless

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 51:09


The fellas cover the "Let's Go Brandon" Dad, Biden's COVID testing failure, and NBC simping for China before playing a game of Dem or Journo.