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Paul De Gelder, Shark Week host and author of the new book "Shark: Why We Need to Save the World's Most Misunderstood Predator," joined Brian to talk about his passion for one of the world's most feared predators: the shark. Paul's passion bleeds through as he discusses his journey from surviving a shark attack to hosting Discovery Channel's Shark Week. PLUS: Who knew Brian was terrified of sharks? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#bareknuckle #bybextreme #boxing It's Shark Week ! We have the return of Mark "The Shark" Irwin to talk about the @BYBExtreme KO of the Year and get his thoughts on some of the news in the world of Combat Sports and try to find out when he plans for #SharkWeek to resume inside the trigon ! Brought to you by G3 Payroll Tax and Accountingvhttps://www.facebook.com/G3Payroll and Michigan's Fines Cannabis use code KO3MF and get 10 % off your order (excludes featured items and already on sale items mi-finest.com
Steve & Izzy kick off 2023 with Jean-Claude Van January, a celebration of movie starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, as they are joined by Candice of the Bloody Bits Horror Show to discuss 1989's "Cyborg" starring JCVD, Vincent Klyn, Rolf Mueller & a myriad of nameless women!!! Why don't they make kids movies like they used to? What's the best thing about working from home? Wait, there's a DIRECTOR'S CUT? Satanic Rage or Shark Week? Who exactly is the Cyborg in this movie?!? Let's find out!!! So kick back, grab a few brews, wash off in the ocean, and enjoy!!! This episode is proudly sponsored by Untidy Venus, your one-stop shop for incredible art & gift ideas at UntidyVenus.Etsy.com and be sure to follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & Patreon at @UntidyVenus for all of her awesomeness!!! Try it today!!! Twitter - www.twitter.com/eilfmovies Facebook - www.facebook.com/eilfmovies Etsy - www.untidyvenus.etsy.com TeePublic - www.teepublic.com/user/untidyvenus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As we wrap up 2022 we're highlighting one of our favorite guests of the year. Shark Scientist Carlee is the founder of Minorities in Shark Sciences and she schooled us on so many things. We know this animal lover knows marine life but how will she do with Black history?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ladies and gentlemen, Kyle Creek, aka The Captain. When I first came across this man's work, I greatly admired his amazing ability to get straight to the point. I've wanted to have him on the show ever since. This is a wide-ranging, honest conversation on fatherhood, depression, how social media affects our individuality, and so much more. Also, I'm going to share his website bio here unedited because it's...well, it's just fantastic. "As a kid, I wanted to be a cowboy. Then, my mom bought me a skateboard and I got on with my life. In college, I decided copywriting was the career move for me and, for the last decade, I've held a variety of creative positions both in-house and within agency settings. I've also published five books, spoken at events around the country, and educated the masses about shark dating as the host of “Shark Sex 101” for Discovery Channel's ever-popular Shark Week series. My work has had its share of recognition — but nothing will ever mean as much to me as the “2016 AAF People's Choice Show Winner” award that I received for tattooing a former employer's face on my ass as part of a charity auction. My only regret in life is being just a grammar gunslinger and not an actual cowboy. I don't even own a horse." Connect with Kyle -Website: https://www.kylecreek.com/ -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sgrstk/ -Twitter: https://twitter.com/sgrstk See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Consulant for Discovery Channel's "Shark Week," author, scientist, and who himself has discovered over 50 different spiecies of Sharks....Dave Ebert is one of the world's foremost exports on Sharks, and we welcome his return to the Off The Lip Radio Show
In this episode, we discuss the breaking news story from Edmond, OK where a transgender girl (which is to say, a boy) brutally assaulted multiple girls in the girl's restroom at a local high school. In the Quick Hitters segment, we discuss the US government trading Brittney Griner for The Merchant of Death, radical resurrection-denying “Reverend” Raphael Warnock winning reelection in Georgia, Kyrsten Sinema leaving the Democratic party, Ukraine's Volodymyr Zelenskyy being named TIME Magazine's Person of the Year, a major streaming platform allowing Casey Anthony to profit off of allegedly NOT killing her daughter Caylee, the first openly trans Navy SEAL deciding to “detransition”, the so-called “Respect for Marriage Act” passing in the US House of Representatives and being signed by Co-President Biden, child rapists in California serving prison sentences of less than a year, California Governor Gavin Newsom exploring reparations for the state's black residents, Loudon County Superintendent and Spokesman being criminally indicted for covering up a rape of one of their students, the continued release of “The Twitter Files”, Shark Week being super duper racist, a $40,000/year Chicago private school organizing an event to let their students play with dildos and butt plugs, the man potentially responsible for the Lockerbie bombing in 1988 being arrested, the US Women's national soccer team stealing money from the US men's national soccer team, NBC News going full anti-natalist, and the government of New Zealand kidnapping a child because his parents requested no vaccinated blood for their baby's surgery. Yes, we're literally going to talk about all of that and more. Let's get into it… Go to the ORIGIN website to check out the full line of Origin and Jocko Fuel products: Gis, jeans, boots, hunting gear, protein, energy drinks, supplements, and much more. Use the promo code UNDAUNTED to get 10% off your order! Episode notes and links HERE Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of THE CLASSIC METAL SHOW, Neeley and Chris talk with Jack Russell's Great White guitarist Robby Lochner. Lochner joined the show to talk about his new single with his band D.I.L.F., "Countdown To Christmas". They talk about the band, the wild video and more. Following, they talk a bit about Jack Russell's Great White, and all that is going on with that band going into 2023. All our links are available at https://www.linktr.ee/cmsrocks. Live Saturdays from 9pm to 3am Eastern at www.theclassicmetalshow.com or on Rumble, Odysee or YouTube. BECOME A VIP: https://bit.ly/cms-vip GET A FREE RUMBLE ACCOUNT: https://rumble.com/register/classicmetalshow/ GET A FREE ODYSEE ACCOUNT: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@ClassicMetalShow:a **NOTE: Everything said here, and on every episode of all of our shows are 100% the opinions of the hosts. Nothing is stated as fact. Do your own research to see if their opinions are true or not.** Please take a moment to subscribe, share and leave us a 5 Star Review for this episode! It helps us grow and do better episodes for YOU!! ROKU: Search "The Classic Metal Show" in the Roku Channels AMAZON: Search "The CMS Network" To Add Our Channel
This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.Part I (00:13 - 12:40) Conservative Christians, Why Draw the Line over Gay Marriage?: A Case for Upholding the Biblical Definition of Marriage in Our SocietyA Question to Conservative Christians on Gay Marriage: Why Draw the Line Here? by Washington Post (E.J. Dionne Jr.)Part II (12:40 - 20:34) Answering E.J. Dionne: Explaining Why Conservative Christians Cannot Just Accept Same-Sex Marriage and Move OnPart III (20:34 - 25:06) ‘Shark Week' Under Fire for Lack of Diversity After Study Finds Too Many Shark Experts Named ‘Mike' — Yes, This is a Real News Story, at The Washington Post‘Shark Week' Lacks Diversity, Overrepresents Men Named Mike, Scientists Say by Washington Post (Daniel Wu)Sign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning.Follow Dr. Mohler:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTubeFor more information on The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu.For more information on Boyce College, just go to BoyceCollege.com.To write Dr. Mohler or submit a question for The Mailbox, go here.
Nadia and Rob discuss B of A's alternative to mass layoffs, Shark Week's infatuation with guys named Mike, and are joined by Micha Cooper-Edwards of Soleil Space, Inc. to talk about production, creation, and distribution challenges for content from the Global South. The films she talks about are: * Rocks directed by Sarah Gavron (UK) * Small Axe (series), available on Amazon Prime * Atlantic directed by Jan-Willem van Ewijk (Morrocco) - I am guessing that is what she was talking about * Then she said she had some good Turkish film recommendations as well Hosted by Nadia Butt and Rob Hadley. Produced by Rifelion Media. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: https://bit.ly/InclusiveCollective If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be amazing! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: https://bit.ly/InclusiveCollective Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Charlie takes the questions you email him at Freedom@CharlieKirk.com including: Is the word "groomer" hate speech? What exactly is grooming? How can you spot grooming in your child's school? Is there really a subgroup of conservatives are giving up on voting altogether? What on earth is going on with Sam Brinton, Biden's nuclear waste thieving kink fetischist, who by the way, might have lied about his "conversion therapy" torture story. What other weird, freaky sex appointees are there in the Biden regime? Why is Shark Week coming under attack as racist from the Washington Post? Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6am hour -- Kirby Wilbur in for John Carlson: two sad Northwest sports stories to start the show, Starbucks closes it last Capitol Hill stand alone store in Seattle and the questions abound about the closing, the Starbucks story should be an alarm bell for Seattle, new report says American physicists have made a major break through on harnessing fusion power which could produce limitless carbon-free and waste-free power supply (spoiler alert: fusion power is what give the sun it's heat and light), is Elon Musk an angel or a devil for conservatives?, hypotheticals for Twitter's former CEO Jack Dorsey and government interference in the private sector, what House Republicans should make their #1 investigation priority in 2023, WA public health leaders pushing for return of indoor mask mandates, multi-prong problems for Europe's power and electricity grid should be a warning sign for Americans. 7am hour -- Kirby Wilbur in for John Carlson: the woke mob is coming for TV's popular "Shark Week" because of...wait for it...lack of diversity, some university researcher watched 32 years worth of Shark Week and chronicled the mostly white male experts who were used as sources on the shark episodes, Elon Musk tweet about "prosecute/Fauci" sends Dr. Anthony Fauci defenders into a frenzy, the appalling lack of intellectual curiosity from the political Left about how the COVID-19 origin, a Snohomish County murder case that only results in 15 years in prison for a particularly gruesome murder and dismemberment, examining the political criticism of AR-15s and attempts to ban AR style/semi-auto rifles, a story from FL involving men armed with AR-15s, 8am hour -- Kirby Wilbur in for John Carlson: GUEST: Snohomish Co. Sheriff Adam Fortney, optimistic but frustrated about current public safety problems in WA, what law enforcement is asking for right now regarding legally allowable police pursuit in WA, why Fortney says word on the street travels fast among criminals that "the crooks know we can't chase them anymore", the 'all of the above' problems with fentanyl on Snohomish County (and WA streets), the rags to rags story of a newly elected 25-year-old US Congressman (spoiler alert: the Congressman-elect's a Democrat), the world is going to end in 9 years is the new climate change prediction, country music duo George Jones and Tammy Wynette get the pay-cable docu-drama mini-series treatment, dog owners are killing the planet by feeding their dogs meat.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 4: During her Thursday press conference, White House Press Secretary referred to Brittney Griner as an “important role model” and defended the Biden Administration's decision to trade a dangerous arms dealer for a professional athlete in the U.S.-Russia prisoner swap. Will teacher Mark Fogel and Marine Paul Whelan ever be released from their unjust Russian imprisonment? According to a report from The Daily Wire, a professor at Sacramento City College is under an internal investigation for being critical of “gender affirmation” surgeries being performed on children. Disney released the trailer for the new Indiana Jones film: Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. It doesn't look great…but Rich will see it anyway! Does Discovery's “Shark Week” lack diversity? According to Daniel Wu of The Washington Post, not only does the television event lack diversity, it also emphasizes “negative messages about sharks.”
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (12/08/2022): 3:00pm- On Tuesday, President Joe Biden announced that his administration successfully negotiated the release of WNBA star Brittney Griner from a Russian detention center. Griner had been accused of carrying illegal vape cartridges. The prisoner swamp involved the Biden Administration agreeing to release Viktor Bout, a Russian arms dealer nicknamed the Merchant of Death. According to reporting from Jim Geraghty of The National Review, “at one point” Bout was “the second-most-wanted man after Osama bin Laden.” 3:15pm- During her Thursday press conference, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre defended the Biden Administration's decision to trade a dangerous arms dealer for a professional athlete in the U.S.-Russia prisoner swap. 3:35pm- On the U.S.-Russia prisoner swap, National Review's Jim Geraghty writes that other nations may now conclude, “the U.S. government will release anyone under enough pressure.” Does this exchange encourage other adversarial nations to wrongfully imprison American citizens, hoping that it can result in valuable concessions? 3:45pm- While appearing on CNN, Coordinator for Strategic Communications at the U.S. National Security Council John Kirby emphasized that Paul Whelan—a Marine imprisoned in Russia—was “never a bargaining chip” for Viktor Bout. Why not? And, after releasing Bout, what bargaining chip does the Biden Administration have to encourage Whelan's release? 4:05pm- According to a report from Greg Wilson of The Daily Wire, “Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman helped broker the dramatic prisoner swap between the U.S. and Moscow that sprang WNBA star Brittney Griner from a Russian gulag, days after the Biden administration helped spike a lawsuit against the Saudi ruler.” 4:15pm- David Whelan, the brother of Marine Paul Whelan who has been wrongfully detained by Russia since 2018, told CNN that he and his family were incredibly happy to see Brittney Griner has been freed, but they obviously remain disappointed that Paul remains imprisoned. 4:40pm- Speaking with Martha MacCallum on Fox News, Coordinator for Strategic Communications at the U.S. National Security Council John Kirby dismissed the idea that the Griner-Bout prisoner exchange encourages foreign adversaries to abduct Americans. 4:50pm- The Biden Administration's foreign policy blunders didn't start with a lopsided prisoner exchange with Russia. The New York Times released a video essay documenting America's abandonment of allies during the August 2021 withdrawal from Afghanistan. Despite being over a year later, tens of thousands of Afghan-allies remain stranded—with many being actively hunted by the Taliban. 5:00pm- While everyone is happy to see Brittney Griner finally released from an unjust Russian detainment, should the Biden Administration have been able to extract more concessions in exchange for Viktor Bout—an individual who, at one point, was considered the second-most wanted man in the world. Listeners react to the prisoner exchange. 5:15pm- During an interview with Variety, Jennifer Lawrence claimed that Hunger Games was the first time Hollywood featured a female actor in an action film. But what about Sigourney Weaver in Aliens, Linda Hamilton in Terminator, Angelina Jolie in Tomb Raider…the list goes on and on... 5:30 pm- On CNBC, Harvard University professor Jason Furman—who served as an Economic Advisor in the Obama Administration—warned that a mild recession is likely to occur soon, though it won't necessarily resolve inflation. 5:50pm- The Mystery Movie Clip: Henry plays the whole movie… 6:05pm- During her Thursday press conference, White House Press Secretary referred to Brittney Griner as an “important role model” and defended the Biden Administration's decision to trade a dangerous arms dealer for a professional athlete in the U.S.-Russia prisoner swap. Will teacher Mark Fogel and Marine Paul Whelan ever be released from their unjust Russian imprisonment? 6:30pm- According to a report from The Daily Wire, a professor at Sacramento City College is under an internal investigation for being critical of “gender affirmation” surgeries being performed on children. 6:45pm- Disney released the trailer for the new Indiana Jones film: Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. It doesn't look great…but Rich will see it anyway! 6:50pm- Does Discovery's “Shark Week” lack diversity? According to Daniel Wu of The Washington Post, not only does the television event lack diversity, it also emphasizes “negative messages about sharks.”
This week we're saying “Welcome in” to all new and returning listeners. NYT faces a strike, Facebook may be facing congress and CNN says goodbye to staffers and contributors. Most importantly, we're sharing our new favorite story from The Washington Post. If you have a story you want us to talk about, e-mail us at email@example.com. Receive show notes directly in your inbox, subscribe to the newsletter here. Time Stamps: 03:09 Front Page 40:03 Obsessions 49:13 Reader Mail 55:00 Favorite Item of the Week Show Notes: NYT: New York Times Union Holds One-Day Strike WSJ: Facebook Threatens to Pull News From Platform if Congress Passes Bill Helping Publishers Truth on the Market: Imposed Final Offer Arbitration: Price Regulation by Any Other Name NYT: Defamation Suit Against Fox Grows More Contentious Twitter: Taylor Lorenz on China Lockdown Twitter: Taylor Lorenz reacting to WaPo article DOJ: Lawyer Michael Avenatti Sentenced to 14 Years in Federal Prison for Stealing Millions of Dollars from Clients and Tax Fraud Free Beacon: Fashback: The Media Was Obsessed with Michael Avenatti WaPo: Calling out of the blue: Why would you do this to someone you love? WaPo: Discovery's Shark Week needs diversity, more positive science, study says NYT: 12 Dinner Parties Around the World, From Tokyo to Paris Twitter: Bill Spindle leaves Semafor Fox News: James Woods fires back at Twitter, vows to sue over censorship on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' The Spectator World: Kirstie Alley, the woman left out in the cold Smith Mountain Eagle: Gary's Corner: Soul Mate NYT: Hans Niemann Is the Bad Boy of Chess. But Did He Cheat?
Britney gains her freedom, but Sha is confused about which Britney.Infinity Philly gas station hires armed security.Philly's Temple University students are tired of the crime on campus. Mysterious Crypto millionaires deaths.Shark week is lacking diversity...SKINAMARINK trailer reaction.Infinity Pool trailer reaction & more!
Editor-in-Chief JIM PETERS is joined by CONK! News Contributors TIM CONAWAY, DON ZORRO, LARRY NEWMAN and JENNIFER KABBANY. Topics include: How do you make people not strike?; how do you get ahead in the movie business?; and, does "Shark Week" lacks diversity?... Produced by CONK! News, the best conservative news aggregator on the web at conk.news
This week on Fake News Friday a legacy media journalist at the Toronto Star looks down on independent journalists by comparing her work to performing surgery and the leader of the NDP once again confronts Canada's “ongoing genocide” against Indigenous peoples and wants to confront the same government he's guilty of supporting for years. Also on deck, a face mask writes an intimate love letter to its owner hoping to get back together for the winter season and after hours of watching television, “researchers” have found that the hit Discovery channel program “Shark Week” is not diverse enough! Andrew Lawton and Harrison Faulkner take a deep dive on this week's story to see what's really going on. Tune in to Fake News Friday on True North! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"God is with us." That is the message of Dietrich on April 15, 1928 for Easter. It is the same message for Christmas 2022: "God is with us." On this episode we talk about what that means for us in our day-to-day lives. God is with us whether we like it or not. How will we respond? This week's follies include the Georgia Senate "race" and the racism of Shark Week!
Elon Musk has taken over Twitter, and the Left and all its celebrities have cried, pouted, and thrown fits about it. They say it's no longer a social media platform for free speech. Jason points out that ironically, it never has been. “Twitter has always been a propaganda hub for Northern California values. 100% of media outlets and entertainment corporations use the app as their guide for narratives and norms.” The “Fearless” crew discusses Thursday night's news about Elon Musk's release of the second installment of the "Twitter Files" through independent journalist Bari Weiss. Her report revealed the Twitter censorship and shadow-banning of many conservative influencers. Conservatives have long known and complained about Twitter's manipulation of their reach and influence. Twitter is the strongest propaganda tool in the history of the planet. It not only protected the LGBTQ movement for years, but it created the Black Lives Matter movement; the myth that black men face more violent danger from law enforcement than from street gangs; and the riots, anarchy, and violence in reaction to George Floyd's death. “Fearless” soldier Steve Kim joins the show to talk about some NFL news and lighten the conversation. “Fearless” contributor Shemeka Michelle joins the show to ask Jason to make some sense out of the complaints against "Shark Week" — it's reportedly "too white." We want to hear from the Fearless Army!! Join the conversation in the show chat, leave a comment or email Jason at FearlessBlazeShow@gmail.com Today's Sponsors: An inflation-proof meat budget beats a new pair of socks. Give the gift of a subscription and lock in someone's price for them this year! Good Ranchers is the sure way to give 100% American, USDA Prime & Upper Choice cuts of beef, chicken, and seafood. Go to https://GoodRanchers.com and get $35 off with my code “FEARLESS” today! Pre-Born has a passion to save unborn babies from abortion and see women come to Christ. Help rescue babies' lives. Donate by dialing #250 and say the keyword, "BABY." That's #250, keyword, "BABY." OR - go to https://Preborn.org/Fearless. Get 20% off Blaze swag by using code Fearless20 at https://shop.blazemedia.com/fearless Make yourself an official member of the “Fearless Army!” Support Conservative Voices! Subscribe to BlazeTV at https://get.blazetv.com/FEARLESS and get $10 off your yearly subscription. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Grace discusses the comments by Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, who was bullied out of his own company. Now, he's siding with Elon Musk and publicization of The Twitter Files. Then, tune in for the return of the Wizard of Woke and test your skills against those of the callers. This week, headlines feature Shark Week, white mannequins, and the NORAD Santa tracker.
Phil Graham and Judy Shelton columns today. Only 38% of Americans have discussed their aging parents' finances. Jobless claims tick higher. Kevin O'Leary answers questions about his involvement in FTX. Wealthy New Yorkers are moving out. Citadel Christmas party. Musk vs. San Francisco. Shark Week is racist? Meghan, Harry and Michael Corleone.
The Producers Price index (PPI) is a measure of inflation for manufacturers. It is coming out this week and is expected to be high. How high (or low) it reads, could move the markets. The PPI is the best way to explain how much it costs manufacturers to make things. This could possibly mean that inflation is not increasing as rapidly as previously thought, which could be seen as a positive by investors. However, it is still unclear how Federal Reserve Chairman Powell will interpret this data.The gang digs into real estate and the recent headlines surrounding some nontraded REIT's decision to limit withdrawals. For a variety of reasons, investors have begun to withdraw money from Blackstone Real Estate and Private Lending funds. We discuss the implications.We also discuss the recent stock market sell-off and how it may be due to concerns about China's economy. We discuss oil prices, energy stocks and some contradictory data points, which create some uncertainty about a possible recession. The gang chats about China's recent decision to ease some restrictions and the causes: protests or the state of the Chinese economy? Tony, Derek, and Ryan discuss the different viewpoints on China, then get into the good stuff: the lack of diversity during Shark Week and the impending smash-hit blockbuster, Cocaine Bear.Timestamps0:00:07The Capitalist Investor: PPI, Georgia Runoff Election, and Real Estate Funds0:02:06Inflation in the United States0:03:39Oil Prices and the Economy: A Conversation0:06:20The Impact of China's Economy on Global Markets0:07:51The Impact of the Georgia Runoff Elections on the Stock Market0:09:42Blackstone Private Placements and the Coronavirus0:11:26The Impact of Rising Interest Rates on Real Estate0:14:56Bereaved Properties and the Real Estate Market0:16:49The Impact of Legalized Gambling on the Casino Industry0:18:15The Discovery Channel's Shark Week is under fire for its lack of diversity and overrepresentation of men named Mike.0:20:45Cocaine Bear and Shark Week: A Conversation
There are still lessons to be learned from Pearl Harbor 80 years later plus Shark Week is horribly racist according to the Washington Post.https://www.bollandbranch.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=radio&utm_campaign=ERICK
There are still lessons to be learned from Pearl Harbor 80 years later plus Shark Week is horribly racist according to the Washington Post. https://www.bollandbranch.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=radio&utm_campaign=ERICK
Kimmer Show # 507! Warnock defeats Walker and the GOP is to blame, Salad dressing drama, Botox-gate, Soap talk, Pearl Harbor appreciation, Shark Week, Antifa on the shelf, #BTT, and more on today's Kimmer-cast!Atlanta's ONLY All Conservative News & Talk Station.: https://www.xtra1063.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kimmer Show # 507! Warnock defeats Walker and the GOP is to blame, Salad dressing drama, Botox-gate, Soap talk, Pearl Harbor appreciation, Shark Week, Antifa on the shelf, #BTT, and more on today's Kimmer-cast!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The MFer Podcast 21 is up and coming to you LIVE! Today we've got some wild stories, from meth monks to a god awful misleading title from The New York Post to a racist sharks! It's all here on today's MFer Podcast, thank-you for watching and I hope you enjoy!Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/foulballfilm Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foulballproductions/?hl=en
Today on the Brett Winterble Show Brett talks about an article critiquing Discovery Channel and their popular Shark Week programming that claims it is too dominated by white males.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Filling in for Glenn, Stu talks with American Giant CEO Bayard Winthrop, who explains why it's crucial for America to stop relying on China to manufacture everything. Pat and Stu discuss the disappointing outcome in Georgia's Senate runoff race, as Raphael Warnock beat challenger Herschel Walker. As SCOTUS hears arguments in a religious case in Colorado, Pat and Stu explain the importance of the free market and religious freedom. Is Discovery's “Shark Week” overrepresenting white men named Mike? Why has President Biden not been to the border, especially when he's traveled to border states? The media seem to be done using Greta Thunberg as their climate change spokeswoman. The guys discuss past TV shows that wouldn't work in today's woke culture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Guests this hour include: Gary Quackenbush, host of "The Word on Wealth" on "The Answer San Diego" and attorney at G.Q. Law, http://www.GQLaw.com AND, Brian Maloney over at "Red Wave America" Gary Quackenbush of GQ Law and “The Word on Wealth” on Holographic wills. AND, Brian Maloney comes back for ANOTHER hour to give another UPDATE on the Walker/Warnock runoff. Producer Potato Skins finds a crazy story - Discovey's Shark Week is apparently racist. Yup, this is a real story! http://www.AndreaKayeShow.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Conversation with Adam Lowy, Founder and ED of Move For Hunger. Adam shares about the landscape of food insecurity in the US and the need for year-round support for food banks - not just around Thanks Giving. Move for Hunger is also succeeding with great in person truck pulling events that raise food, funds and awareness across the US. Video from the truck pull event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hwJTpFHZQ8 Rough Transcript [00:00:00] Well, we've got a returning guest, Adam Lowie, founder and executive director of Move for Hunger, move for Hunger, mobilizes Transportation Resources to reduce food waste and fight hunger. And we're gonna get into how they're doing that. They were founded in 2009. So Adam, you've been at it for quite some. [00:00:47] We met actually back in the day, my former life as Chief Technology officer of do something.org. When Adam Lowie was, was it at that time a Brick Award winner? A Do something award winner Do do something, yeah. I think it was the Do Something award technically at that point, yes. A do something. I think I still have my little exclamation point trophy from back in the day. [00:01:11] Well, these were the sort of best of the best of young entrepreneurs in the social impact world. And I, I remember Adam at the time and we stayed friends and we stayed friends. He was a member of the New York City Global Shaper community and has really built something incredible at Move for Hunger. So, In, in your words, can you remind us, because obviously all of our audience listens to every single one of our over 250 episodes. [00:01:40] remembers all of our guests. Can you remind us how Move for Hunger does what they do best? Absolutely. So we started, as you mentioned, 13 years ago, out of my family's moving company. We saw folks leaving behind or throwing away food when they were moving, and started to ask that question, do you wanna donate food when you. [00:02:00] Turns out people wanna do good. You just have to make it super easy. And in this case, we were bringing a food drive into people's living rooms. Uh, today we have trained more than 1100 professional moving companies across the US and Canada to make food recovery a core part of the way they do business. [00:02:18] We've expanded from just movers to work with relocation management companies, temp housing providers. We work with more than 600,000 apartment units, for folks moving in the multi-family industry. And we're also now tackling fresh food. So for us it's really about, ensuring that we can mobilize transportation networks to be in the right place at the right time to get food to where it needs to be. [00:02:39] And altogether we've now collected enough food to provide more than 25 million meals, uh, to folks. And it's an incredible number, but also it's an innovative approach. We are, I'd say, generally familiar with how food banks work locally, and I think this is addressing both a problem and opportunity, uh, to, to use these resources, which are, you know, moving trucks and moments, which are moments. [00:03:08] People relocating their living situation and saying like, yeah, there's a lot of waste in that system. How do we redirect that? And then it seems like you're expanding now to realizing that there's a huge last mile problem. As I understand it for food insecure people in our country there, there's enough food, there's enough planted, grown. [00:03:33] In our country to feed everyone. However, getting it to where it needs to be is that last mile problem. And it strikes me that trucks are, are a good way to do that. And so maybe a little bit more on how you're expanding there. Yeah. So you kinda hit the nail on the head there. 35% of food produced in the United States ends up in landfills. [00:03:57] And if you zoom out globally 28% of the world's farmable land. Grows food that will never be eaten which is just a wild number, you know, to think about. Hmm. and all of this, well, you know, there's now 38 million Americans including one in six kids that are going to bed hungry each night. So for us, it's really about mobilizing existing resources. [00:04:17] You've got these companies, you've got these trucks, they're providing a service, and this is something that helps 'em stand apart from the competition. It's providing a really great service to their customers. You know, if you've ever moved, didn't know what to do with that food. Maybe felt guilty about throwing it away. [00:04:33] Here's an easy thing to do. but it's not just about that last mile. In some cases it's about the first mile. So we're working with farmers. We are working with CPG companies, distributors. We just install a cold storage hub in Rhode Island to work with local fisheries out there, to be able to keep food cold longer so it doesn't have to go to waste. [00:04:56] Um, and that fish is being distributed across our Rhode Island. We've done the same with some farms in New Jersey and some other places, Kentucky as well. Um, You know, there, there's a lot of reasons why food goes to waste. It happens at the farm level. Um, it happens when food is rejected. Um, we talked to, uh, a company that had bananas, um, 250,000 of them to be exact, that were. [00:05:24] You know, the grocery stores no, no longer wanted them. They were at a port in Los Angeles and we were able to recover all of that food and get it to local food banks within just a matter of days. Um, so again, right resources, right time. Mm-hmm. , um, you could have a dented can in a 12 pack of soup. The, the grocery store isn't gonna take that 12 pack anymore because one can was dented. [00:05:47] Oftentimes that food is discarded, and that's the reality of what's happening, not just in our country, but. . Well, I wanna come back to some of those stats, as you mentioned, one in six kids, uh, facing food insecurity. You know, we're coming up on Thanksgiving and this is a time of year where food banks get this sudden surprise amount, not surprise amount, predictable amount of support of volunteers of yet another can of cranberries. [00:06:20] Can you, you know, from the perspective of somebody who works in the industry is like, uh, you know, you welcome volunteers with open arms, but there's a very much like, you know, where, where were you yesterday? Um, so what is the feeling at at food banks right now coming into this Thanksgiving? They're busy, right? [00:06:41] They're, they're busy of an ever, um, part of it's for, you know, the reasons we just talked about. Food insecurity is, is at a, at a high, yes. In some cases it has lowered a little bit. Um, but then you couple that with inflation. I went to the grocery store yesterday and probably spent the most I've ever spent, and I wasn't even shopping for Thanksgiving yet. [00:07:00] That is a reality for a lot of people that are seeing, you know, these food prices increase when they go to check out. So it's, it is becoming more of a problem than, than I'd say it has been in the past. Really where we are trying to kind of take this. As we go into the holidays is listen, hunger is a year round issue. [00:07:22] People are food insecure on a year round basis. And by the way, hunger is a symptom of poverty. You know, handing someone a can of food is not going to solve their food insecurity problem. Um, you've got the cost of food, you've got the cost of healthcare, you've got the cost of housing. Insurance. All of these things are at all time highs. [00:07:40] While wages are still at all time lows in, in many cases, um, yes, we're seeing some wages, um, increase, but, but that doesn't affect a lot of the minimum wage workers, um, out there that are working two, three jobs and still trying to decide between. A meal for their kids or you know, paying rent. And that is a real negotiation that a lot of families are doing. [00:08:05] So when we think about the holidays, and I'm sure the food banks will agree, Yes, this is a busy time of year, but what we have moved for hunger at least trying to do, is create opportunities to have people think about food insecurity throughout the year, um, with different campaigns. So in February we do our Spread the Love campaign where we collect peanut butter and jelly. [00:08:26] Um, or maybe in August we're doing our Shark Week food drive, um, where we're collecting can tuna fish cuz kids like tuna just as much as sharks do. Right. Um, in August, we're the only game in town. No one's holding a food drive in the summer. And by the way, kids are outta school. They're not receiving emergency food assistance or reduced their pre lunches. [00:08:43] Those are the times where we really need to think about how do we put more food on the shelves of food banks and pantries. Those are the times where we need to raise our voices as hunger relief organizations and be the loudest, because that's where the difference can really be made. Yes, the food banks are gonna be fine this Thanksgiving. [00:09:01] They're gonna feed a record number of people between Thanksgiving and New Year's, but come January two. Those shelves are just as barren as they were before Thanksgiving. And this is where we all need to come to come together. Not just to donate food, but donate dollars, donate time, um, donate your voice advocate, and really come together to make sure we can, uh, really reduce poverty, because that's the only way we're gonna reduce food in insecurity. [00:09:30] We're such great creatures when it comes to moments of compassion, but sustained effort. It's just, it's tough. It is. It's, it's really hard. Which is why coming back to your solution make it easy. People do care, make it easy. People wanna find a, a moving company that supports move for hunger and will donate that extra food. [00:09:55] You have a search on your site that has a network of moving companies that will actually directly assist in moving that food that last mile. And so, yeah, you can't just depend on these moments of caring, but rather you have to make it convenient and, and not just convenient for the person that wants to give, but convenient for the person that is actually implementing the process, right? [00:10:20] So in our case, our movers, our multifamily partners, our relocation management companies, if you can create something that becomes part of their business model, becomes part of their standard operating procedure, if you. Then at some point you don't actually need a charitable cost. You know, you talk about charities going outta business. [00:10:40] We're not trying to go outta business right now, but it's really fun to be able to see like companies like Bell Partners or fpi or Allied Van Lines like. Talking about food insecurity or food waste and food recovery as part of their marketing that wasn't happening 10 years ago. Um, but now it's something that they're touting as part of their brand, part of their values, um, and part of the service that they're offering their customers. [00:11:08] And I think it's important that you have found this industry found an in innovative way for the industry to work in and around and directly on the cause of food insecurity. You've doubled down, really focused on how do I not just sort of ask for donations from this industry, but ask for the work, ask for their expertise in terms of moving and provided extra value along the way, and that's. [00:11:42] Kind of where I wanna take this conversation. I'm gonna play this, this clip as a part of, part of transition where I was lucky enough to attend one of these fundraising events where all I got was a message from Adam. It was a text message, Hey, wanna pull a truck this week? And I was like, oh, what is he doing? [00:12:02] And, and sure enough, I found myself pulling a truck. So play that. [00:14:05] All right, Adam, so what you heard in the background was a lot of noise, music, maybe me being a little winded there. Uh, can you describe what was going on at, at this event that took place in the Bay Area, uh, the other month? It was such an incredible event. Um, we worked with, uh, bam Bay Area Mobility Management, which is a relocation association, um, in the Bay Area. [00:14:31] And, um, we put together one of our favorite events, which is what we call a truck pull teams of 10 competing to pull a moving truck in the fastest time. Um, we had the most ridiculous venue, the USS Hornet. Which if you've never been, I, I recommend it. Um, what, what a ship that was. And they gave us the entire pier. [00:14:52] Incredibly generous. Um, but we raised a ton of money and it was a lot of fun. And, you know, we had, we had taco trucks and beer trucks and, um, team building and people working together. To do this thing in this moment that they typically wouldn't do and everyone walked away knowing not only did they pull a truck, um, but the, the funds raised that day were going back to helping us feed thousands of people. [00:15:16] Um, and it was probably one of our most, one of our largest truck pulls that we've done on to date in terms of, um, you know, people coming back out after the pandemic in terms of dollars that were able to be raised. Um, and. We shot a great video from it as well, uh, which has now been used and seen over and over again by others that are now inspired to wanna hold a truck pole in their communities. [00:15:42] And that's what we're trying to think about. How do we, how do we scale these events? Before the pandemic, we were doing a lot of 'em. I think in 2019 we organized nine truck poles. Our plan for 2020 was 16 of them that we had on the books. And then obviously, Covid happened. Um, so this year we did three, and this was one of the three. [00:16:00] And I was so happy that you were able to be there and see it in person. I didn't think that you were gonna pull it, uh, yourself, let alone drag me into pulling a truck. It's been a while. Um, but uh, you know, it's about creating these fun experiences for people and companies, and that's what we try. So I wanna unpack this because I think now that we're in a, you know, knock on wood post pandemic fundraising environment, you're combining some smart elements. [00:16:30] One, you're focused on this industry. So you're, you're creating this package that has value, that is aligned with what they do. Moving truck, we're gonna move the moving truck. You get to pull it, truck pull. It is a unique experience. You're allowing also teams. Teams to jump in, fundraise to be a part of that. [00:16:50] You have a unique venue potentially, but this can be done in a parking lot. This can be done in your, you know, asphalt backyard, and it can be paired with conferences. It can be paired with these industry events that are hungry. They are hungry for social ties, impact and particip. And you know, this checks a lot of boxes, so, you know, I think it was really smart to just not just run the event, but also sort of frankly bring, bring the cameras. [00:17:22] And maybe you can talk a little bit more about how you see this expanding and how you see it as both raising awareness and also funds. Yeah, so, so during Covid, you know, I'd say prior to Covid we were doing a lot of in-person events. We loved in-person events. We did a lot with conferences and associations that we were partnered with, and then, All of that had to stop and we had to change our model, right? [00:17:45] So everything became virtual. What, what type of virtual team building could we do? We did a virtual karaoke event. We've been doing virtual trivias. Um, we found like a lot of different ways to engage people where they were virtual wine tasting, you name it, we were doing it, um, because. We needed to find ways to not only meet people where they were, but also let them feel like they were still giving back. [00:18:08] If you talk to most charity organizations that utilize volunteers, they were, they were at a standstill as well. People couldn't come in, so a lot of organizations had trouble actually delivering their services. Um, and it was a, it was a problem. So, It was great during that time for us to be able to be a little bit creative, reinvent a little bit of what we're doing. [00:18:30] Now that we've kind of come out of c we're not abandoning that aspect of it. We're in some cases creating this hybrid experience, right? So, hey, if we're gonna do a food drive with you on site, uh, maybe it's one of our favorite ones we call, can the CEO or you fill your CEO's office with so much food they can no longer get. [00:18:50] Maybe we're gonna kick that off with a virtual trivia to educate people about the issues of hunger and food waste. Because while we can't be there physically for your food drive, um, we can be there to host this great team build that then kicks off and hopefully inspires team members to collect even more food than they would have before. [00:19:09] Right? So building up that moment, you can use the virtual. Uh, to almost, uh, work toward that in-person event. Um, and when we have these in-person events, then it's a matter of just engaging your networks and we're very fortunate to have a lot of networks that, um, we can kind of engage that way. What kind of staff is necessary to run that kind of event? [00:19:33] Where I'm not quite sure how many people were there, it was a good amount of people, but like, what does a truck pull event staff look like from your, your. So there's definitely some behind the scenes happening before the event had happened itself. Um, but on site, again, depending on the amount of people that are going to be at the event, but we can usually manage it with two, uh, two people that are staff from for hunger. [00:20:01] And then maybe a handful of volunteers can probably get away with four volunteers. Um, and that can run a truck full of up to 200 people, uh, most likely. Mm. You know, you hit those numbers and your math begins to, to work out. Uh, especially if you have multiple events, right? Just one and done the sort of, you know, can we do one massive chicken dinner and call it a day? [00:20:24] It's sometimes frustrating, I guess, to watch that type of model. And that model was really shaken, I'd say, during the pandemic because, you know, it's all about this one day of fundraising as opposed to, A part fundraising, part programmatic implementation of an event that is doing the work that needs to be done, local building of awareness of funds, and also donations. [00:20:54] Like you're pulling it together in the right way. And it also seems to be more, uh, sustainable because, You're mixing those two parts. Uh, does, does that make sense? Is that intentional? There are for profit companies out there right now today that regular companies are paying to manage their team building and employee engagement experiences that exists. [00:21:21] Why can't we be the ones that do that better? And at least have a charitable twist and an impact arm on it? So instead of some company giving, This for-profit, $10,000 to do whatever it's going to be. Why not? Why can't we be the one that's getting that $10,000 donation, giving people a great experience? [00:21:40] And then that company also is able to know that they were able to feed a whole bunch of people. Um, that's kind of the way we think about that. And I agree with you like that model of like the one big dinner. That's gotta be on the wayside. And we never did the big gala or anything like that. I know. I never got an invite. [00:21:57] I kept waiting. No, I, well there was nothing to, I invited you a truck pull. Right. Um, instead it was how many of these different food drives fundraisers, special events could we do with our partners? We have a lot of partners, um, and a lot of them make a contribution every. But those partners have employees and those employees can also be champions and advocates and donors and volunteers. [00:22:23] Um, so, you know, for any other organizations listening, you know, I do not discount the, the network that you have built with your partners because there's so much more than just a check one time to have their logo on your website. Um, you know, , anytime that we're going into a big partnership, I don't lead with a big ask and say, can you give us a hundred thousand dollars? [00:22:47] I lead with what are you doing from an employee giving an employee engagement standpoint? What can we do to become part of your culture? Because if you do that, they're gonna stick with you. And most of our partners have stuck with us for over a decade now. Mm-hmm. . Yeah. And it. It's easier. I'll say once the flywheel is going, you've got like amazing footage of these events and the history and relationships. [00:23:12] But even starting out, you bring up this, this point that just sort of stuck in my mind for, for folks listening and looking for ideas and it's like, oh, that's easy for you to say, you know, you're dealing with moving in trucks. They're right there. It's like so easy. Like, here's what you actually just gave as a, as a solid idea. [00:23:27] Maybe you can help me flesh it out a bit more, where. There are corporate engagement, there are corporate activities. There is somebody in HR at Major Fortune 500 companies right now looking for that corporate event, team building. I'm using keywords right now. Team building events for corporate gatherings. [00:23:49] Take a look at what's being offered. , see the sort of ropes courses or the escape, the whatever room. Packages that that are being provided. And then ask yourself, are any of these programmatically adjacent to potentially what we do? What would it cost to get someone on our team to do event planning or bring a fundraiser in for event planning and organizing and take a shot at selling it? [00:24:16] Does that feel like a, like a, a couple, two step approach? Yeah, I mean, it, it can't hurt, right? Like someone else is getting that business. There's a market for already. Let's put the twist on it. Um, and that's really what we're trying to, to make work. Um, And, and, and you kind of, uh, mentioned it there as well where it has to feel like it's connected to your program. [00:24:44] So it's not like we're just picking things that these companies are doing. But there are a couple things like that people wanna do cooking classes. We haven't done it yet, but if we could find a way to make that work, like, and the costs made. A hundred percent. Um, we could probably find a way to do some sort of zero waste cooking class for a corporate event. [00:25:08] Um, unfortunately cooking is probably one of the most expensive things from a cost per head standpoint, but we are exploring those options because they do feel very relevant in some cases to the work that we're doing. Yeah, really. It seems like you, you don't maybe wanna do all of the things you wanna do one thing or two things pretty darn well have that package ready to go so that you have the costs, the planning all in place so that it's like, and you fundraising in a box, right? [00:25:39] Yeah. Um, and, and that, and that honestly is what the truck pull is like. We ship everything to the mover, the truck pulls up, your whole event is in the back of the truck, , right? So it's, it's so easy. Cleanup is easy. Setup is easy. Um, and, and that's what we want. We wanna create events that can scale. Um, you cannot scale a foundation, gala, dinner in 30 locations and a hundred locations. [00:26:04] The amount of time and resources that it takes to plan those things, it doesn't make sense. You'll never be able to do. But can we scale some of the things that we're doing virtually or, or can the CEO Food drive? Absolutely. What is the price point? What are the resources? What are our costs? And ultimately, most importantly, I would say, what is the impact? [00:26:24] Because, you know, you can do all these things and not raise any money or food in our case, and what's the point of doing it? So there's gotta be impact. The, the ROIs gonna be worth it that way. And for, I just wanna come back to the, to the staff. Cause I feel like I'm glossing over some of the complexity inherited in event planning. [00:26:47] You know, is this a position that you would sell something potentially then hire a part-time event planner? Like what is like the zero to one for implementing, we'll say a programmatically aligned corporate event fundraising. Thing. That's, that's the secret sauce. Georgia, but , that's why I'm asking. But, but you know what I, what I a hundred percent will say is you need to create it first, right? [00:27:21] Mm-hmm. , you need to test it, and then you need to do a few of them. Um, once you've done a few, you can learn really what your price point is, and then once you feel comfortable selling, Then you can ultimately begin to start hiring that part-time, then full-time person to be able to implement some of these things. [00:27:38] Um, when we started, you know, we didn't have an events person. Um, fortunately my background is experiential events. I was doing event marketing before I started Move for Hunger, so I've always loved that aspect. I could, I could plan one truck pull. Could I plan 30 and do some of them simultaneously? No, you need support for that. [00:27:57] Um, and by the way, it's not just an event planner, it's who's doing your marketing, your photography, your graphic design to bring this stuff to life. Like there are more elements that go into just those things besides the two staff members that are on site to actually physically run the events itself. [00:28:17] You can build that small. Not everything needs to be big and grand, um, to begin with. Um, but I will say there's a lot of, uh, tricks and ways to cheat to do some of that, to make it feel grander than it is. You'd be surprised just having a branded tent, top canopy at something with your table, bring a tent. [00:28:38] It all, all of a sudden looks like an event. A tent does not cost that much money. Um, but without that tent there, it looks like it's a much smaller spectacle. Um, but now with the tent, you've got some images that you can take and, you know, those are the things that make things feel real. Yeah, I think that makes it just like a lot more practic. [00:28:58] Because sometimes it's, you know, like watching someone at the, you know, top of the top of their game already going full speed, being like, it's easy. You just, you know, put one foot in front of the other, you're like, no, you started small. You grinded it out. You figured it. But I think those are, those are some great first steps. [00:29:16] Uh, alright, well. Thank you for, for sharing those points. Are there any other big things? Cuz I've already done the, the rapid fire with you at least twice I think. Um, are there any other final points, you know, you're thinking about as we we move into the end of the year for, for Move for Hunger or what's getting you excited? [00:29:37] Um, you know, we did a few things. At the end of this year and like tried some new campaigns that worked really well. Um, and I'd say the reason that they worked really well. Was because we had the right champions in place and the companies that we were working with. So this is not only something that I planned to do more of in 2023, but also that I would really, really encourage other organizations and companies to do. [00:30:05] And I'm just gonna leave you with two very quick examples. Um, one of which I just did last week, um, in, uh, Amelia Island, Florida. Um, we were at a conference with one of our partner. They were planning to do a little fundraiser for us anyway, and they had dueling pianos as their entertainment. Um, I talked to the CEO and and said, Hey, How much would it take to get you up there singing a song? [00:30:29] Right? And he said a lot of money. So I got on stage and I told everyone that if we raised $5,000, he's gonna get up and sing a song. And you know what? We raised $7,500 and it was just so much fun, um, to be able to do that and to see his employees want to support his embarrassment, if you will. He's got very little shame. [00:30:54] And it was one of the easiest fundraisers that we've ever done, and the cost was virtually nothing. I was there anyway. Um, and the same thing happened a couple weeks prior where we're in Las Vegas. Um, and it's really hard to get anyone's attention at a convention in Las Vegas cuz there's so many distractions. [00:31:10] Um, but one of the larger CEOs of one of the companies that was there agreed to jump off the stratosphere about two weeks before you can, you can do it. It's a thing that people are allowed to. So the, one of the tallest buildings in Vegas, and I, I asked, I'm like, Hey, would you be willing to jump off this building if we were able to raise some money? [00:31:28] And he said, I'm in. And this guy, by the way, is one of the nicest kind of CEOs, TER Global Relocation, has been a partner of ours for a long time. Such a cool guy. And. He jumped off the stratosphere. We created a lot of buzz for his company at that conference, and we raised a whole bunch of money to kind of support the cause. [00:31:47] These are things that don't take a lot of resources. Instead, what they take is who are the people are willing to embarrass themselves? Put their lives in danger. Do something fun or silly. Small stuff, right? Let's, let's not put everyone's life in danger, but do something fun and silly. Um, and, and think about tapping their network, not just your network, but their network. [00:32:10] Um, I know that's like basic peer to peer fundraising, but when you can do that at scale with the CEO or a C-Suite executive, it really goes a long way. And, and we were really thrilled. To see how well those two activations went for us. I think it's testament to how ingrained you are with this niche community, this niche business network, and then you kind of know it and go all in. [00:32:35] And I think we can get a little insular in the the non-profit world where we forget that there are entire industries just around moving companies. And like that's just one of many, many, many company networks that are out there. Like, here's another game. Look at Vegas conferences coming up. Just the random Vegas conferences coming up. [00:32:59] And look at how many random things that you didn't realize. Professional networks gathering together, looking and needing to stand out. And I think those types of opportunities will present themselves. Adam, thanks. I hope you are doing even better next year. More truck pulls and more food delivered to those in need. [00:33:22] Uh, again, how do people find you? How do people help you? You can visit move for hunger.org. You can make a donation. You can hold a food drive, you can donate your food when you move, you can advocate, you can learn about the issues of hunger and food waste, and share our content. Um, and you can show up at a truck pull, uh, near you. [00:33:40] George, I hope to have you out to another truck, pull or put your life in danger at some point in the new year. Um, and I, I always really do appreciate, uh, having the opportunity to, to reconnect my friend. Well, thanks for your work and appreciate it.
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