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Locked On Bears - Daily Podcast On The Chicago Bears
Chicago Bears Week 4 Rewatch: Justin Fields showed rookie mistakes in between highlights

Locked On Bears - Daily Podcast On The Chicago Bears

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 33:02


The Chicago Bears' offense was brought back to life with offensive coordinator Bill Lazor calling the plays against the Detroit Lions, but in between the highlights, there were still plenty of rookie mistakes from Justin Fields. Locked on Bears host Lorin Cox goes back through the tape from the game to point out areas of Fields' game that need improvement as he develops in his career. Plus, we look at how the defense gave up yards but not many points to the Lions, and then we get to know new Bears wide receiver Jakeem Grant. Subscribe to Locked On Bears on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXCnRo-iwMsS4iC1SobeGHA Follow @LockedOnBears on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lockedonbears Like Locked on Bears on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LockedOnBears Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Down The Line
What the Laver Cup showed us about European dominance in men's tennis

Down The Line

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 27:36


Carson reflects on Team Europe's thrashing of Team World as a symbol of European dominance in men's tennis and looks ahead to Indian Wells.

Locked On Pirates - Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Pirates
Gary Morgan Monday! Oneil Cruz Showed Out! Favorite Moments from the Season! 2021 Playoffs are Here!

Locked On Pirates - Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Pirates

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 35:27


Gary Morgan Jr. of DK Pittsburgh Sports joins host Ethan Smith as the duo talks about a fun weekend for Oneil Cruz in his MLB debut! They also cover their favorite moments of the 2021 season for the Pittsburgh Pirates and previewing the 2021 Playoffs and what they could mean for the Pirates! - This episode is brought to you by Spotify Greenroom. Download the Spotify Greenroom app and find one of our Locked On rooms. - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. - There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Patriots Player & Coach Audio
David Andrews 10/3: "I think we battled and showed a lot of resolve"

Patriots Player & Coach Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 3:43


Patriots center David Andrews addresses the media during his postgame press conference following New England's 17-19 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, October 3, 2021.

Locked On Hawkeyes
Iowa Hawkeyes showed their offensive line needs some work in win over Colorado State plus Jack Campbell is a beast

Locked On Hawkeyes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 29:55


Every Tuesday we break down the previous week's analytics and this week is no different as we dive deep into the analytics behind the Iowa Hawkeye's win over Colorado State. People are quick to blame Spencer Petras, but the offensive line is where our issues are at to this point. Moreover, with Kyler Schott returning, how close are we to getting a more complete picture of the starting offensive line? Defensively, the defensive line rotation is starting to shape up and Lukas Van Ness continues to be a stud. And in the second level of the defense, Jack Campbell dominated on his way to earning Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honors. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Reddit Guy
RedditGuy | Daily reddit podcast | r/confession

Reddit Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 10:51


"I stole from Home Depot a few times and will never do it again!" by u/sniffsniff67: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/pvbzpl/i_stole_from_home_depot_a_few_times_and_will/ "I stole from a blind guy in front of Burger King..." by u/Strange-Two-8536: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/pvml3s/i_stole_from_a_blind_guy_in_front_of_burger_king/ "Last year my bike fell against someone's car while I was inside a store." by u/etherealtheory: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/pv07nl/last_year_my_bike_fell_against_someones_car_while/ "I've decided that I'm going to take the black pill." by u/throwawayforluck70: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/pvsq24/ive_decided_that_im_going_to_take_the_black_pill/ "i gave my friends shots of rubbing alchohol and they started throwing up" by u/rMight: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/pvntbm/i_gave_my_friends_shots_of_rubbing_alchohol_and/ "Showed road rage dealing with a reckless driver and tried to block them from overtaking me" by u/mngski: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/pvdefu/showed_road_rage_dealing_with_a_reckless_driver/ "I lost my bffs class ring and never told what happened" by u/MapCreative9269: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/pu8l7e/i_lost_my_bffs_class_ring_and_never_told_what/ "Pushed my sibling down the pool when we were swimming" by u/1233username1233: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/pv6rqp/pushed_my_sibling_down_the_pool_when_we_were/ "I wasted thousands of my print shop's materials for my NSFW collection" by u/IceRedDragon: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/puu3hc/i_wasted_thousands_of_my_print_shops_materials/ "I stole 150 Dollars at my friend Tristan's birthday party" by u/Suspicious-Emu-9439: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/pu5tei/i_stole_150_dollars_at_my_friend_tristans/ "I stole the most rare yugio card from Austistic kid when I was younger" by u/baowowi: https://www.reddit.com/r/confession/comments/ptkamn/i_stole_the_most_rare_yugio_card_from_austistic/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reddit-guy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reddit-guy/support

Barry On Deck
#338 Texans Panthers Recap, Fun with Nuns, Portland State Showed Out, Love is Love, and more!

Barry On Deck

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 116:05


Happy Friday! Hope you had a great week and will have a great weekend! Here's what's on tap for today: SPORTS

Dr. NoSleep | Scary Horror Stories
My old home videos showed me a life I never lived...

Dr. NoSleep | Scary Horror Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 16:54


Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast
9-21 Britt Ghiroli: "Machado showed the leadership that is sorely lacking in that organization right now"

Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 12:37


Britt Ghiroli, Senior Writer for The Athletic, joined Ben & Woods on Tuesday morning! Listen here as Britt talks about her experience covering Manny Machado, the much-discussed dugout argument between Machado and Fernando Tatis Jr this past weekend, issues inside the Padres organization, and MUCH more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Gateway
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 - The 1904 St. Louis World's Fair Showed Off The Best And Worst Of America

The Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 9:36


Several elements came together at the World's Fair in St. Louis to show off America's global impact on the economy, science, art, and food. It also opened in the middle of the Jim Crow era of discrimination and at the height of the country's removal and forced assimilation of Native Americans.

The Lords Hour
LIVE;God showed me people after they took ''VACCINE' the look like fallen Angels

The Lords Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 180:00


OUR going home to Heaven is nearer then when we began our race, it is not time to give up but to continue to persevere through daily repenting and weekly fasting believing God's word, please join us every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in our Corporate Fasting, servant of the Lord Jesus,,, Tonight Elvi Zapata will share with you what God has been showing him through dreams and visions regarding the end time, what is about to happen in Israel and around World The Lord Jesus showed me in a vision that when people support this program, The Lords Hour'' He would bless them abundantly, he showed me blessings coming to people's lives from different directions, it was amazing to see what our God can do for his sons and daughters. by supporting this program, you also support, the Poor of Israel Matthew 6:20 but lay up for yourselves treasures in Heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal. Malachi 3:11 And I will rebuke the devourer for your sakes, and he shall not destroy the fruits of your ground, neither shall your vine cast her fruit before the time in the field,” saith the Lord of hosts. To Support IsraelPoor &Our Ministry www.thelordshour.org Donate@Treasures in Heaven, For Zelle Support Email; zapa999@msn also zapa9999@gmail.com shalom all

The Doug Gottlieb Show
9/17/21 Hour 1: Taylor Heinicke showed us why WTF is not interested in Cam Newton

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 45:00


Of the key takeaways from Washington Football Team's week two win Thursday night, Doug says now we know why Ron Rivera and the team are not interested in Cam Newton. Heinicke performed better on Thursday night than Cam Newton performed in any game last year. Pro Football Focus Senior Analyst Steve Palazzolo joins Doug to go deep inside numbers on week one of the NFL and the Thursday night game. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

In The Trenches
Texans Showed They Will Compete With W Over Jags, Sean Jones, Lyn Scarborough, FL State Player Proposed After Loss To FCS Team

In The Trenches

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 85:24


Texans Showed They Will Compete With W Over Jags, Sean Jones, Lyn Scarborough, FL State Player Proposed After Loss To FCS Team

Locked On Vikings - Daily Podcast On The Minnesota Vikings
KJ Osborn Showed Why He Won The WR3 Job

Locked On Vikings - Daily Podcast On The Minnesota Vikings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 28:28


On today's show, we're trying to discern truly what happened in Sunday's game. Discard the narratives, the stats, the headlines - let's get to the nitty gritty. KJ Osborn had a hell of a day. Bashaud Breeland was somehow worse than we thought. And some talk about a few specific moments that are interesting, if not all that informative. And a quick conversation with Ed Smith, uncle of Irv Smith, Jr. and NFL pro in his own right about snap counts. Sub on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU9qwCJcClgWI0JNTezBLqQ Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Manscaped Fellas, don't gamble on shaving your balls with the wrong tools! Choose MANSCAPED™, Your Balls Will Thank You™! Get 20% off + free shipping with the code LOCKEDON at manscaped.com. RunYourPool Check ‘em out TODAY and get $10 off at RunYourPool.com and use promo code LockedOn at checkout. Follow the show: @LockedOnVikings Follow the host: @LukeBraunNFL Join the discord community: https://linktr.ee/LukeBraunNFL Submit Twitter Tuesday questions: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc3mA_-Yke_oIwlZ5vOnIW_TK4d9gRwjmOB7YOLzeLLIz_-3w/viewform?usp=sf_link Follow Ed: @EdSmithSpeaks Follow his show, Bleav In Cardinals Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Let's Travel Baby!
The Dreams that Showed Me I was Being Cheated On - Personal Astral Projection Stories

Let's Travel Baby!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 28:19


Hi! In today's episode I will be telling you my crazy astral projection stories!Here are three of the stories (with time stamps) I reference in this episode: - The dreams that told me I was being cheated on: 2:01- When I visited a taken guy in his DREAMS and caused him to cheat on her: 7:53- When I communicated with an ex in my dreams: 16:31Material I mentioned:- Astral Projection Defintion: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astral_projection- Albert Einstein's "Quantum Entanglement" or "spooky at a distance": https://www.livescience.com/what-is-quantum-entanglement.htmlSocial Media ⇣Instagram: catieeelala

Sermons - The Potter's House
TESTIMONY TUESDAY – Pastor Tomas Bueno from Bellflower, CA | "God Showed Me Grace" [PREVIEW ONLY]

Sermons - The Potter's House

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 27:57


Listen to the full testimony and support World Evangelism by becoming a subscriber to the DAILY PREMIUM AD-FREE SERMON PODCAST using the links below: Subscribe to the premium podcast for only $3/month at Supercast: https://vbph-sermons.supercast.tech/ Subscribe to the premium version of this podcast in Apple Podcasts for $4.99/month: https://apple.co/3dix1mC ALL PROCEEDS GO TO WORLD EVANGELISM --- We need five-star reviews! Tell the world what you think about this podcast at: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3dix1mC Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/vbph-sermon-podcast-43369 Join our bible reading plan: https://bible.com/p/37105438/98d214149e0115fd6b7114ad30095ebf Want to receive text updates from our church? Send the keyword VBPH to 844-990-3380. Please let us know how this message has influenced you by connecting with us using one of these options: Email: pastor@vbph.org Voicemail: https://anchor.fm/vbph-sermons/message Facebook: https://facebook.com/vbph.church Instagram: https://instagram.com/vbph.church Twitter: https://twitter.com/vbph_church Website: https://vbph.church Are you in Hampton Roads and want to visit our church? Come join us IRL: 1045 Lynnhaven Pkwy., Virginia Beach, VA 23452 --- RAISE EVEN MORE FOR WORLD EVANGELISM BY EXPLORING OUR SHOW'S SPONSORS: Try Audible Premium Plus and Get Up to Two Free Audiobooks – https://amzn.to/3l9vPpw Find the perfect freelancer for your project at Fiverr – https://fvrr.co/2Yy97Ql Save and Invest with Acorns. Get $5 bonus investment in five minutes – https://bit.ly/38OZ6QT Get 55% off of QuickBooks for your first three months – https://bit.ly/3A9Kc3P Try Melio: The free bill-paying solution for small businesses & churches – https://bit.ly/2XdVEgc How about a protein bar that actually tastes good? That's Built Bar! – https://bit.ly/3hvTFuH

The Drive
09/13 3pm Tyrann Mathieu Showed His Value Without Playing

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 42:57


The Drive explained how without playing, Mathieu really showed his value to this Chiefs defense and what it means for his contract. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Drive
09/13 2pm Chiefs Showed the Difference Between Them and the Rest of the AFC

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 44:33


The Drive opened the show discussing the Chiefs win over the Browns and explained how that win showed KC is in a tier above the rest of the conference. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mile High Report
Adam and Ian believe the Denver Broncos showed resiliency in their Week 1 win over the Giants

Mile High Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 17:18


The Denver Broncos could have folded several times against the New York Giants. Instead, the Broncos were resilient, and came away with a big Week 1 win. Adam and Ian discuss the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Lords Hour
LIVE;God showed me people after they took ''VACCINE' the look like fallen Angels

The Lords Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 180:00


OUR going home to Heaven is nearer then when we began our race, it is not time to give up but to continue to persevere through daily repenting and weekly fasting believing God's word, please join us every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in our Corporate Fasting, servant of the Lord Jesus,,, Tonight Elvi Zapata will share with you what God has been showing him through dreams and visions regarding the end time, what is about to happen in Israel and around World The Lord Jesus showed me in a vision that when people support this program, The Lords Hour'' He would bless them abundantly, he showed me blessings coming to people's lives from different directions, it was amazing to see what our God can do for his sons and daughters. by supporting this program, you also support, the Poor of Israel Matthew 6:20 but lay up for yourselves treasures in Heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal. Malachi 3:11 And I will rebuke the devourer for your sakes, and he shall not destroy the fruits of your ground, neither shall your vine cast her fruit before the time in the field,” saith the Lord of hosts. To Support IsraelPoor &Our Ministry www.thelordshour.org Donate@Treasures in Heaven

A to Z Sports Nashville
PRIMETIME: Saturday Showed Exactly Why Titans Fans Are Sick And Tired Of Nissan Stadium

A to Z Sports Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 39:58


Saturday showed exactly why Titans fans are sick and tired of Nissan Stadium Presented by TwoRiversFord.com, Brymak,com , DraftKings.com & GaryAshton.com

Most memorable journeys
Manfred Ritchard - my most eloquent friend, who showed me where the money is

Most memorable journeys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 44:51


I met Manfred Ritchard in New York in November 1986 because my friend Eliane who later became his wife wanted to meet up with me even though Manfred had other plans. The next time I met him at the helicopter pad in the Grand Canyon while our clients were flying over the gorge and he gave me hundreds of useful tips how to earn more money during my roundtrips in the West. We have known each other for many years and have lots in common; we both worked as tour guides for Kuoni, the largest Swiss tour operator. Today, Manfred Ritchard is a very successful trainer, motivational speaker, and lecturer. He is well known in the Swiss travel industry and has been supporting many well established companies in introducing innovative sales concepts. He I admire his eloquence and expertise, and I love his sense of humor. Check out his TED Talk "Coping with Robots" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylR8UFm6e1o&ab_channel=TEDxTalks https://www.manfredritschard.ch/ • Please subscribe, comment, like, and share this podcast with your family, loved ones, and friends. I would love to hear from you You can find me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elisabeth.toufexis Instagram: elisabethvilligertoufexis

Happiness Ask Dr. Ellen Kenner Any Question radio show
28Aug21c Alzheimer's ~ A second opinion showed my husband's Alzheimer's diagnosis was wrong.

Happiness Ask Dr. Ellen Kenner Any Question radio show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 12:00


➤ Alzheimer's ~ A second opinion showed my husband's Alzheimer's diagnosis was wrong. Listen to caller's personal dramas four times each week as Dr. Kenner takes your calls and questions on parenting, romance, love, family, marriage, divorce, hobbies, career, mental health - any personal issue! Call anytime, toll free 877-Dr-Kenner. Visit www.drkenner.com for more information about the show.

The Lords Hour
LIVE;God showed me people after they took ''VACCINE' the look like fallen Angels

The Lords Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 180:00


OUR going home to Heaven is nearer then when we began our race, it is not time to give up but to continue to persevere through daily repenting and weekly fasting believing God's word, please join us every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in our Corporate Fasting, servant of the Lord Jesus,,, Tonight Elvi Zapata will share with you what God has been showing him through dreams and visions regarding the end time, what is about to happen in Israel and around World The Lord Jesus showed me in a vision that when people support this program, The Lords Hour'' He would bless them abundantly, he showed me blessings coming to people's lives from different directions, it was amazing to see what our God can do for his sons and daughters. by supporting this program, you also support, the Poor of Israel Matthew 6:20 but lay up for yourselves treasures in Heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal. Malachi 3:11 And I will rebuke the devourer for your sakes, and he shall not destroy the fruits of your ground, neither shall your vine cast her fruit before the time in the field,” saith the Lord of hosts. To Support IsraelPoor &Our Ministry www.thelordshour.org Donate@Treasures in Heaven

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Thursday - Rachel Nichols Showed Lack Of Class 08 26 2021

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 6:19


Big O looks at Rachel Nichols no longer being at ESPN

Mike In The Morning
The "alliance" announcement only showed that the SEC still owns CFB

Mike In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 37:37


Commissioners from the ACC/Big10/Pac12 announced their alliance yesterday afternoon and the only thing it did confirm was the SEC's strength

In The Trenches
Texans Showed Flashes In 2nd Preseason Win, Deshaun Watson No. 18 In NFL Network's Top 100, Spencer Tillman/Nick Casario Comments

In The Trenches

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 85:34


Texans Showed Flashes In 2nd Preseason Win, Deshaun Watson No. 18 In NFL Network's Top 100, Spencer Tillman/Nick Casario Comments

Dreadnot928 Morning Mayhem
Monday Yack ity yack yack 08232021

Dreadnot928 Morning Mayhem

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 63:06


Mr. A Showed up to tell us about his Long weekend. Erika and i chat about Vaccinations Volleyball and Mosquitos

Dropped Culture
Over the Top or "How I met a Trucker and he showed me the meaning of life"

Dropped Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 105:36


Imagine if you will, a time not unlike the one you are living in now, a place filled with sweaty pungent smells, floors littered with waxy paper cups, the gentle roar of bloodthirsty fans, and Robert Loggia crying. That is the world of Over The Top! This is the story of a man just trying to win a truck while eating steak and making his son arm wrestle random kids at truck stop arcades. Dan and Brock square off in a deep dive of arm wrestling proportions! (WTF does that even mean?) If you like what you hear please leave a like, comment, or subscribe! Go to www.droppedculture.com to find out more! Remember kids "The world doesn't meet you halfway!"

Bull & Fox
Doug Dieken says Browns showed efficiency in preseason opener; could see starters for a quarter against Giants

Bull & Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 14:03


Doug Dieken talks about the efficiency that both sides of the ball played with in the preseason opener, the play of the rookies in their first game action, the importance in the screen game for this offense, the play of Case Keenum and Kyle Lauletta, the upcoming joint practices against the Giants prior to the second preseason games and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Lords Hour
LIVE;God showed me people after they took ''VACCINE' the look like fallen Angels

The Lords Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 1:00


OUR going home to Heaven is nearer then when we began our race, it is not time to give up but to continue to persevere through daily repenting and weekly fasting believing God's word, please join us every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in our Corporate Fasting, servant of the Lord Jesus,,, Tonight Elvi Zapata will share with you what God has been showing him through dreams and visions regarding the end time, what is about to happen in Israel and around World The Lord Jesus showed me in a vision that when people support this program, The Lords Hour'' He would bless them abundantly, he showed me blessings coming to people's lives from different directions, it was amazing to see what our God can do for his sons and daughters. by supporting this program, you also support, the Poor of Israel Matthew 6:20 but lay up for yourselves treasures in Heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal. Malachi 3:11 And I will rebuke the devourer for your sakes, and he shall not destroy the fruits of your ground, neither shall your vine cast her fruit before the time in the field,” saith the Lord of hosts. To Support IsraelPoor &Our Ministry www.thelordshour.org Donate@Treasures in Heaven

You Might Know Her From
Laurel Holloman

You Might Know Her From

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 55:14


Talking, laughing, loving, breathing this week with none other than Laurel Holloman. You Might Know Her From The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love, Boogie Nights, Prefontaine, Tumbleweeds, Angel, The Myth of Fingerprints, The L Word, and The L Word: Generation Q. We talked to Laurel about the challenges and rewards of taking a break from acting in order to pursue her visual art career, making a splash during the ‘90s indie cinema movement playing a young lesbian in The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love, and, of course, her iconic role as Tina Kennard on the landmark series The L Word and how she got convinced to come out of retirement for it's revival, Gen Q. This one was just a total trip!  Chokeberries Thimbleberries Float trip  Shark Tank, Damian's new warm blanket tv Barbara Corcoran (looks like Sandy Duncan) and Mark Cuban (Damian not into it) “She's Got the Look” the song / the tv show Martin Short and Jan Hooks on a motorcycle and sidecar Katie FInneran (episode 46)  told us about Ellen showing up to cameo on Broadway in Promises Promises Laurel Holloman's Bullet (which is hanging in Damian's living room) Laurel's Tribeca series Showed her work in Venice, Paris, Berlin Amsterdam Laurel played Tina on original L Word, and reprises her role in the reboot, L Word: Generation Q The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love (1995, dir: Maria Maggenti) opposite Nicole Ari Parker Was playing Mick Kelly in a stage adaptation of The Heart is a Lonely Hunter when she got the movie Movie poster for ITATGL  Now famous directors Jamie Babbit & Lisa Cholodenko worked on The Incredibly True Adventures  Had a string of indie hits in the 90s: Boogie Nights, Loser Love (1999), Tumbleweeds (1999), The Myth of Fingerprints (1997) After Lush (2000) with Laura Linney and Campbell Scott, Laurel went to LA to try to get a series Appeared on Joss Whedon's Angel The L Word (2004-2009) created by Ilene Chaiken Cover of New York Magazine: “Not Your Mother's Lesbians” Dolly Hall produced movies: All Over Me (starring Leisha Hailey) and Incredibly True Adventures  Bette and Tina (TiBette) are similar to Ross and Rachel (Tina is the Rachel)  In reboot, Tina is engaged to Carrie (played by Rosie O'Donnell) Lucy Liu and Anthony Hopkins also actors who paint One guest told us that David Boreanz didn't do coverage for Bones (Did he do it for Angel? Apparently.) Jennifer Beals loves Angel Was Jared Leto's girlfriend in Prefontaine (he was nervous because her ex-bf was Billy Crudup who did another Prefontaine movie, Without Limits) Was Janet McTeer's friend who experimented with enemas in Tumbleweeds (1999) Manuka honey Loves Blythe Danner, her co-star  Gwyneth was filming Hush (1998) with Jonathan Schaech and Jessica Lange and called Gwyneth to talk about her character None of us have ever seen the unaired L Word spinoff, The Farm (2009) starring Melissa Leo and Laurie Metcalf  Sex scenes in Chloe not good Supermarket Sweep is a perfect game show

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Author Illustrator Confectionary Steward Aubrey Hirsch

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 27:56


I want to thank you for listening and for subscribing to Faster Than Normal! I also want to tell you that if you're listening to this one, you probably listened to other episodes as well. Because of you all, we are the number one ADHD podcast on the internet!! And if you like us, you can sponsor an episode! Head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ It is a lot cheaper than you think. You'll reach... about 25k to 30,000 people in an episode and get your name out there, get your brand out there, your company out there, or just say thanks for all the interviews! We've brought you over 230 interviews of CEOs, celebrities, musicians, all kinds of rock stars all around the world from Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Keith Krach from DocuSign, Danny Meyer, we've had Rachel Cotton, we've had  the band Shinedown, right? Tons and tons of interviews, and we keep bringing in new ones every week so head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ make it yours, we'd love to have you, thanks so much for listening!  Now to this week's episode, we hope you enjoy it! —— Aubrey Hirsch is the author of Why We Never Talk About Sugar, a short story collection. Her stories, essays and comics have appeared in The New York Times, Vox, The Nib, American Short Fiction, Black Warrior Review, and elsewhere. You can learn more about her at www.aubreyhirsch.com or follow her on twitter @aubreyhirsch.  Today we're talking with Aubrey about Imposter syndrome, embracing criticism, and enduring the word “no”, amongst other sweetnesses of the creative life. This is a goody, enjoy!  —— In this episode Peter and Aubrey discuss:     2:14 - Intro and welcome Aubrey Hirsch!! 3:35 - Tell us about growing up, how you became a writer, and how you learned to embrace hearing the word “no”. 5:40 - On becoming a professional writer.  Ref:  Duotrope 7:40 - One is a number. Oh yes it is!  8:00 - How long have you been a full-time writer? Ref:  Aimee Bender 9:15 - On how it's still sort of a “This is how it's always been done” society. Ref:  “Black Boy” by Richard Wright  11:03 - On getting over the Sophomore jinx 11:52 - On her teacher Maureen McKeil's contextualizing rejection and keeping perspective 15:50 - Illustrations on Imposter syndrome  16:50 - How do you deal with rejection and Imposter syndrome? 19:24 - The story of Peter's first condo purchase 20:40 - On the battle between yourself- and You yesterday. 22:57 - How do you let yourself enjoy the successes you have achieved? 24:52 - What do you do to shut off, get away and unplug?   How can people find you?  @AubreyHirsch on Twitter  INSTA and via her website www.aubreyhirsch.com  Her book “Why We Never Talk About Sugar” is OUT NOW! 26:11 - Thank you Aubrey!  Guys, as always, we are here for you and we love what the responses and the notes that we get from you. 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I'm the host of Faster Than Normal.  I want to thank you for listening, and I also want to tell you that if you've listened to this one, you probably listened to other episodes as well of Faster Than Normal.  We are the number one ADHD podcast on the internet, and if you like us, you can sponsor an episode.  Head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ It is alot cheaper than you think. You'll reach... God about 25….30,000 people in an episode and get your name out there, get your brand out there, your company out there, or just say, thanks for all the interviews we brought you over 230 interviews of CEOs, celebrities, musicians, all kinds of rock stars all around the world from we've had... God, who have we had...we've had Tony Robbins, Seth Goden, Keith Krach from DocuSign, we've had Rachel Cotton, we've had  the band Shinedown, right? Tons and tons of interviews, and we keep bringing in new ones every week, so head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ and grab an episode, make it yours, we'd love to have you, thanks for listening.  Here's this week's episode, hope you enjoy it. Hey guys, Peter Shankman welcome to our episode of Faster Than Normal. I hope you've been enjoying the summer. FTN has taken a bit of a break uh, to really just sort of get our brains back and do some travel and, and, and, uh, get outside and get some fresh air. It feels like about 16 months since we've gotten some fresh air. So it's nice to have done that, but we are thrilled to be back. And so glad that you stuck with us, although you probably just, this probably just auto downloaded and you didn't really have a choice as to whether because I mean, who knows how to unsubscribe to a podcast, it's the most annoying thing on your phone; they just show up and you dismiss them because come on, we don't have time for that.    Anyway, either way. I am still thrilled that you're here and I want to welcome our guest this week. Aubrey Hirsch. Aubrey. I found Aubrey on Twitter because she's actually very, very funny. And she's one of the few people on Twitter who make me laugh without rolling my eyes and that is a feat of, uh, no small regard. So Aubrey is the author of Why We Never Talk About Sugar, which is sort of story collection and she's right. And she is a graphic artist. Her stories, essays and comics have appeared in the New York times, Vox the Nib, American Short Fiction, Black Warrior Review, and elsewhere. She lives online @ www.AubreyHirsch.com She is on the interwebs @AubreyHirsch, and Aubrey is joining us today from California, where hopefully the weather is better, actually. It's getting sunny out. All right. So maybe the weather is the same. Welcome, Aubrey.  Thank you for taking the. Thanks for having me on. No. Cool. I was amazed. You responded, you responded so quickly to my, I was, I was DM-ing you? Um, when I, when I say to the DMS that, Hey, I'd love to have new podcasts. I was actually on the Peloton bike and so my endorphins and everything were like sky high, which is why I sent you like seven messages in a row. Each one continued just a little bit more info, as opposed to just sending you one with everything. So apologies for that. Um, but yeah, you responded really, really fast and I really appreciate you taking the time. Um, so w we're going to dive into imposter syndrome. The, the, the, the, the, the, our conversation is going to center on that, and I'm entirely in that.   It's going to be some of that. Tell me about your sort of growing up, becoming a writer per se. Writers and, and are right up there with salespeople as, as being, as at learning the word, no at a very early age and learning to deal with it. So, you know, I'm assuming you were in school when you were pitching and you were, you know, getting out of school and you sort of writing, you sort of pitching your stuff and you got, uh, When I was doing it in college, I'm probably a little older than you, I would get at least a courtesy of a reply. Cause we had to do these by mail. Right. We'd have to send out pitching for weeks by a mail. Now it's just email. So, you know, the, when they don't respond to, they say no it's much quicker and in your face and more hurtful. So talk about, uh, what it was like starting out and how you sort of learned to embrace it. Sure. Yeah, those were definitely some hard learned lessons for me. Um, like you, I started in the mailing era and how I got started is in college. I was actually was a chemistry major for the first couple of years and I took a writing class. Um, as a core requirement and for the final project of that writing class, our professor made everybody send a short story out to a literary magazine. So we had to learn the process. We had to put the cover letter together and we had to put it on an envelope and give it to her. She would look at it, you know, give us our grade and then she put them all in the mail. So I waited patiently as you do when these things happened by meal and definitely expected to know, you know, she told us everyone will get rejected, but that's how you are going to learn to get your first rejection. But, uh, I actually got an acceptance in the mail and was like, oh my God. You know? Well, this was like six months later. So it's like a different school year. And I told my professor and she was like, oh my God, you know, that's never happened before. That's so exciting. And so now of course, I feel like I'm some sort of genius, like who sells their first story that they've ever submitted. Like obviously, um, So, uh, I changed my major. I decided, well, maybe I hadn't better be scientists. I got some advice about, uh, getting an MFA degree, which is a degree I'd never heard of. And then of course I headed into like five solid years of nothing but rejections left and right. Like, not even like a positive thing where you get the rejection slip, but it appears that a human hand has touched it. There's like a little bit of ink on it somewhere. Or like, it's like the corners slightly bent and you're like, oh my God, like someone, uh, put this rejection and thoughtfully. No, it was all just like, we hate you. You have no talent. We wish you were dead. Don't ever talk to us again. It was like that. For many, many years, um, until I kind of figured out how to get like a little bit more strategic with it. And I found, um, do a trope, which aggregates statistics from writers who are accumulating rejections. And they'll tell you about like, Acceptance rates from different magazines and things like that. So I started targeting ones that had really high acceptance rates, figuring it'll just be good to have something in my bio because nobody knows these magazines. Like nobody knows them. All right. They don't know like one small literary magazine from another. Um, so as long as you just have something to say in your bio, I think that's helpful. I also started publishing poems. Um, because they're shorter. And so they take up less room in the magazines and magazines can publish more of them. So I published a couple of those. And then when I had a bio that started to look like maybe I was actually a writer, it became easier to get like generous reads, I think from staff. And then, you know, you can, like, I can remember seriously creating a course called pitching the strategy because that is. I've never. And I think that's probably the science side of you, uh, that, that comes in and looks at this as a, you know, as a, as a, as a, as an experiment, like, all right. My, my thesis statement is this, I'm going to test this.   I love that. But you went and looked at who has higher acceptance rates, and then use that. I remember. When I turned 30, uh, as I say, years ago, I wanted to, um, throw a party and I convinced a company, one company to sponsor it. And then on that strength, that one company, I send emails out to 100 different companies and said, I have a number of sponsors on the premise that one was a number and that's what you have to do. Right. And so, so it works.  That's awesome. It is.  So how long have you been to, how long have you been writing now and, and calling yourself a writer and, and pitching and getting kind of gets easier. I mean, over time you start to develop the relationships with the editors and things like. Definitely. Yeah, it gets easier. And people start to like, know you a little bit and you start to have people who ask you for work. Um, which is great. I, that's a good question. I mean, I, I always liked to write when I was little. I think I just, I thought, you know, because in school we, we never read writers who were alive. You know, until I got to college. So I kinda thought like, saying that you want to be a writer was like saying one should be like a blacksmith. Like, it would be fun, but you missed the window, right? Like that's, that's done now. The books have all been written. So you have her find something else to do and no more books to write, sorry, that's it it's over. And then when I was in college and I read like Aimee Bender and so I was like, oh, damn, like, oh, okay. Like chicks do this. Oh, that's cool. And then like, you could do this now and you can do it like, so it sounds like more interesting. And you're talking about like more, um, current topic. Like I know that like, sweet. Uh, so it started in like a more concerted way then, like in college. And then I went right from college to my MFA, which is a funny story also. And then, um, you know, it kind of went on. I think that's one of the problems that you've, you've touched on the problems is that is that we are still very much a that's the way it's always been done type of society.   Um, you know, I can list every single book that I was required to read in junior high or high school. And then on a much shorter list, I can, I can remember every single book I was required to read in junior high or high school that actually touched me. Um, you know, and I remember, uh, the, the one that did and still to this day does, was Black Boy by Richard Wright. And I have probably read that. A dozen times since I had to read it in high school. And, you know, I mean, I love Shakespeare and I read ByroN and things like that. But, but to look at, um, the stuff that we were sort of forced to read it, put, I think every student has, it's very rare to have a student that doesn't get that bad taste in their mouth because they're forced to do it. Right. And they're forced to do it. People that died 300 years ago. Any words that aren't spoken today? Um, you know, I remember, uh, when I was, I think it was in college when, uh, Bosler, mins, Romeo and Juliet came out with Claire Danes, Claire Danes, who now is the mother of my daughter's school friend, which is just weird shit because she's two and nothing else, but I'm in my head but you know, I remember watching that movie and hearing Leonardo DiCaprio speak in, in Shakespearian. Okay. Okay. Now it makes sense, right? Because when you're reading something by a 400 year old dead guy, everyone in there, no matter how, you know, Juliette was 13 by, she sounds like a 400 year old dead woman and so it takes that, you know, you have to sort of look, I don't think we're smart enough at that age to sort of put that into perspective. So, so you have been doing this for years and let's, let's move on. Let's talk about the concept of rejection because you said, yeah, I got my first hit and then nothing for fighting.   I mean, that's actually, I went out on my own for the same reason. My first job with America Online was fun. And when I got laid off from there, I got my second job, assuming it would be fun. And every job after that sucked and like, that's okay; you, you experienced the, not the norm to begin. So that knocks you around a bit because you're like, wait, this is supposed to be easy.   It was easy. The first. Yeah. Yeah, I definitely did have the, the very, very, very deep seated fear that like, oh, maybe I just only had that one bad story in me. Like, did I, did I peak? Did I write my one good story when I was 19? And then that's it. That's all I got. I got nothing. Um, and that, that was hard, you know, it didn't feel good, obviously. Luckily for me, I had a very, very good undergrad professor Maureen McKeil a science fiction writer. She's the one who had us do that final project to send out a story. And because she wanted to get out in front of it and insulate us from the terrible feelings of rejection, she put it into perspective. In a way that when I was teaching, it was like my only goal as a professor was to do that same, give my students that same gift of like contextualizing the rejection to say, this is not personal, this is not a comment on your talent, this is not a prediction of the future. This is one particular reader on one particular day. And that one particular magazine took a pass. You know, it's not that deep and you shouldn't take it like it is. That was incredibly helpful for me. And I think it allowed me to like kind of power through all those years. And I also think those years are really important too, because when I wrote that first story, I didn't have any foundational fiction writing education. I was just. Writing it, you know, I was just writing a thing that was in my brain and I put it on the paper. Right. Then I had the unfortunate experience of getting a lot of creative writing education. That were like you no, no, no, no. Showed on towel. Like, no, no, no. Not with that. You know, like this is too fast, this is too slow. Um, and also this like constant. Forcing into us of like the quiet domestic realism of the stories that you read in graduate school. Right. Of like the, the man at the bar smoking and like the, the guy in the unhappy marriage, uh, at home breaks his glasses. And that's the huge, like pivotal moment of the story, like the broken whiskey glass, you know, or whatever the thing is. And that was just not, I think what I was supposed to be writing, but I was trying, and it was not good. So it wasn't until after graduate school, when I kind of like. She was able to shake that off and no longer had to give my manuscripts to 10 other students who were in the same class and think about, you know, what they were going to say. It's like, you can almost run the workshop in your head and you're writing to those people. I was just writing it, you know, for myself that I kind of rediscovered the kinds of things that I wanted to write about. And that was when I started getting published. Freer. I mean, a lot of what I remember.  Uh, you know, when I first started, cause I have, I have a journalism background as well, I mean, I, I went to BU as a Journalism major, and I remember that a lot of what I was dealing with at the time was writing things in a very specific way that they wanted to see them, even if it didn't feel right. And when it didn't feel right, I had a really hard time getting it on paper. Um, I have my editors now for all of my books and they're like, We we know exactly what you want to say, we just need to clean it up a little bit, but you know, how did you, how did you come to the point where you just got it down? I'm like, I literally just, I, I booked a flight somewhere, sat down for eight hours and rode, I vomited out for eight hours and here's, here's the result. Um, but yeah, you, you, you are, you're taught, I think the same thing also as a kid in like math class. Showing my work was always horrible, but I was never going to show you my work, but I could get the right answer in my head and that should be worth something that's going to, if I ever start an education, like a cult, it's going to be even not having to show your work; that's something I think, um, talk for a second. So, so, you know, getting, and I'm sure you still get rejected from time to time, right? We all, we all have that, um, you know, going after a speaking gig, someone else gets it. I wanted it, whatever. So the teacher gave you that brilliant, brilliant insight, the concept of not taking it personally. And I wish someone had told me that the same way. I mean, it's still, uh, it still stings, right? It doesn't sing anywhere near as much. And I've worked really, really hard. And I, you know, with a wonderful therapist for like 20 something years, I'm about nine you're saying, but the concept of imposter syndrome is all too real no matter what you do, it is an existing thing. It, it exists. It's there. Um, It is. I find it's very easy. Uh, when it comes to imposter syndrome to go down a spiral where, you know, you start with one thing and then you happen to notice another thing and you happen to all of a sudden you've, you know, it's like when you see a red car and then you see 50 red cars, all of a sudden you've seen every single, uh, insult or, or, or response to a tweet or whatever. Um, you haven't seen any of the positive ones because you're not looking for them because you're so now focused. On the negatives and assuming you're the absolute worst person in the world. Right. So, and, and, and for guys, you got to see what, what, what, what Aubrey tweeted? Um, a couple of, I guess we, couple weeks ago it was from money Python. It was the, uh, oh, it's just a flesh wound. It's the, guy's getting his legs cut off in his arms, cut off. It's brilliant. And it's exactly that it is how you feel, but you get enough of those slush wounds and, and you're gonna die. Right. And so what do we, so what have you learned. That you can share with the audience in the world? How do you deal with it? Because you know, as talented as you are sometimes, we are not going to please everyone. Definitely.    I mean, well, like, first of all, for clarity, I definitely want to say it still feels terrible, you know, it's, it's always painful. It doesn't feel good. And I think especially now, like in the age of Twitter, you're on there for five minutes, get consumed with professional jealousy. You know, it's like here here's, everyone's like publisher's marketplace screenshots and oh, look, I'm an indie bestseller. And like, oh look, I'm a finalist for this award that you have never even heard of. And like, can't wait to go into my writing residency. Yeah. You know, whatever fancy it's, it's really hard. It's just, it's all in your face all the time. And of course not enough of us are talking about. The rejections alongside of those things. Like, it's not like here's my one tweet about my birthright writing residency, and here's my 15 tweets about the ones that rejected me for all these years. And some people do. And I always love seeing that, but you know, we have to like, keep that in mind for context also, I think like it's helpful to. I always think about the most insidious part of imposter syndrome being the kind of like moving goalpost. I did a panel at AWP one year about imposter syndrome and one of the questions they asked us is like, when did you start to feel like you belonged there? And I was like, um, I'm still waiting. I don't know. I remember going, I remember going there like as a grad student and being like, well, I, you know, I've only published one thing, so obviously I don't want it. Then once I'd published many things, it was like, okay. I post many things, but like, I, I don't have a book. I mean, you got to have a book. Right. And then I had a book and it was like, well, it's short stories. It's not a novel, you know, I haven't published a novel, so I don't really go on here. It's like, I have a teaching guide, but it's not tenure track. It's like, well, okay. I have a tenure track job, but you know, I'm not like the fit and you can't, you'll never get it. Like, it's always, the next thing is. I'm going to make you feel secure in your identity, your professional identity. And I think like the sooner that you can come around to that idea that it's not real, the easier it is to kind of live in the feeling of your professional identity that you have now. Um, and that kind of like makes me feel more comfortable. That's a brilliant way to think about it. It was funny when I sold my last company. Um, I've never told this story before, and I can tell you because you'll, you'll appreciate that reference. Um, I sold my company around the same time that someone, the person who owned media bistro sold hers. Um, and we all know who that is. Lovely, lovely person invited me. I had just sold my company and it was about a year later and I had just bought my apartment and we were in touch and she invited me over to her house or her apartment in the city was she had just bought as well. And I was all excited cause I had this, I bought this two bedroom condo and man in New York city a two bedroom condo means you've made it! And I walked in and she had bought a floor. And the top floor and it had roof access and she's like, oh, you gotta look at the outdoor shower… and when I got home I remember walking in and saying I hate this fucking apartment and just three hours ago it was the greatest purchase of my life. Yeah. And that is literally what we do. And, and, you know, I had someone, a friend of mine said, dude, there's always gonna be a bigger, yeah. He goes, where is the apartment you're in now bigger than the one you're in 10 years ago. He's like, start there, you know?    And that's, that's a good way to think of it, but you're right. There's always going to be someone. And, and what you mentioned about seeing everything online, of course, no, one's going to post their crap days.  I, you know, I'm training for a big iron man triathlon right now. And I post, you know, after every run, I, I post a great run with a great times as opposed, to the eight fucking two times I used to even stayed in bed all day. You know, we don't share that stuff. So I think that the battle has to be between you, and you yesterday. Between you and everyone else.  Yeah. I think that's a great way to look at it. And I also think we describe other of people's successes to like their talent and hard work.And we just, we describe our own successes to like a lucky break or like a weird, like, I remember when I would always read Modern Love in the New York Times and be like, oh my gosh. And I would see people Facebook status, like. I would be like, oh my God, I'd be like consumed with like jealousy and burning inside. And then I published a column in Modern Love and I felt very much like, oh man, I don't know how I snuck in there! Haha! Like, like no, and people would be like, oh my God, I'm so jealous. And I'm like, really? It's like, it was nothing, you know, it was just like a weird, random, like lottery draw. Right. But of course, when it's you, it feels like that when it's everyone else, it doesn't feel like that that's phenomenal. I mean, the story that I tell to everyone is every morning I wake up and I'm sure that today's gonna be the day that the New York Times has a front page story on how I'm such a fraud. And it's all love every day when they don't well obvious, obviously, because I'm not important enough because you know, time to do a front page story. It is literally every single day. And, and, and somehow we wake up and we put on the face and we, we, we, you know, Get dressed and we get out there and we do it again. But yeah, it is, it is brutal, um, in that regard because it is very, I think that the more success you have, the easier it is for imposter syndrome to reel its rear its head, because you just get there, the more success you have, the more you're surrounded by other successful people. And if you're believing that yours is the only one who's fake and everyone else is real, it's constantly become, why are they letting me to this club?   Yeah, definitely. Yeah. And there's always going to be the thing that's going to, you know, prove it to yourself. And then when you achieve that thing, the next thing is just right there. Just out of reach. So talk to me to two more questions. Talk to me. Number one about how do you let yourself enjoy the successes?   Yeah. Oh man. Yeah. That's that's tough one. I don't know. I mean, I definitely do. I definitely do enjoy them. You know, like whenever I have a piece go live, I get excited. It feels really good. You know, like I tweet it and then I, I like very excited to watch my notification. To get that sweet, sweet internet validation that we all need. Um, you know, I have gotten to a place like where I really truly hate to say this out loud because I sound like an asshole, but where I can kind of like see it for its own thing and feel good about having made it, you know, like all be like- I'm proud of myself because I made this thing and it looks really nice or like, oh, my drawing skills are getting better or like I'm getting faster. You know, that's the thing I've been working hard on too. It's like making a comic in a shorter amount of time and having the quality of it. And it's kinda, it's like a nice place to be where you can get like a little bit and, you know, don't worry. Like I still definitely run on Twitter likes, but I have like a little bit of, uh, internal validation happening.   That's phenomenal answer.    You know, it's the ones that I post that I don't, that I think are just whatever that wind up getting, you know, 15,000 likes. And then it's the ones that I really worked hard on to fight you. People are idiots, this is gold all the time. Totally. You can't predict it. Like there'll be a comic 30 hours making it and like, I've researched it like crazy and I think it's like so good and brilliant. And it's like 18 likes and two stars and then it's like you post a selfie in the car where the light is really good and it's like 3000 likes. You're like, what the fuck? What are we doing here?  Last question I want to ask you; I want to respect your time. Um, tell me about. What you do to shut down? What do you do to shut off? Where do you go? How do you get away? Cause it's it's it does seem like us like me like that. You're you're, you know, you live online. So when you shut down, when you shut off, where do you go? What do you do? How do you make that a part of it?    Hm. Um, yeah, that's a good question. Well, I don't have a ton of time to do that because I have two small children and as I'm sure, you know, there's still childcare crisis going on. Um, but I do like, I'll play like dumb games on my cell phone just to kind of like spend some time associating or I will, um, binge watch, terrible television. I have watched. I'm not too proud to say that I have watched two full seasons of Bachelor in Paradise from beginning to end, the whole thing I've watched. Um, yeah, it's really not. It's really not. Or like, I'll watch a movie that I've already seen before, you know, that's just like a comfortable place to be. And I know that I know exactly what it's going to do to me emotionally. It's not going to, there's no surprises there. You know, I can just like fold laundry and like, let that kind of wash over me.  Very cool. This has been a lot of fun. I really appreciate you taking the time..    Guys talking to her Aubrey Hirsch. She's the author of Why We Never Talk About Sugar, a short story collection. Uh, you can find her at www.AubreyHirsch.com and she's on Twitter where I found her @AubreyHirsch  She's a very quick responder, I'll give her that already. Thank you so much for taking the time. I really appreciate it. This was wonderful.   Thanks so much for having me. Next time you have something to promote. You have a story out. We'd love to hear. Awesome.   Guys is always Faster Than Normal. If you like what you heard, we'd love it if you left us a review, everyone does, you should too. You don't want to be the one person who hasn't done it, but you can find us on www.FasterThanNormal.com you can find a single podcast. You can find us on Spotify on Amazon. You can even find us on Alexa. You can literally say Alexa, play fasterthannormal.. Crap. My Alexa is just totally gonna play that now click on the.. cancel!@ but it'll do it. And any way you want. And if you have a guest that you think would be as cool as Aubrey, let us know, you can send me an email. Peter@shaman.com DM @fasterThanNormal or @petershankman and we will get that guest on the air. Thank you so much for listening. Our producer is Steven Byrom. He is awesome. We love him. [He loves We too even though this transcript may not be 1million percent perfect]. Have a wonderful day. We'll see you next week, ADHD, and all neurodiversity are gifts, they are not a curse keep reminding yourself of that! Talk soon. —— Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at petershankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. 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Changeable Podcast
EP160: What Hating the Title of my New Book Showed me about Change

Changeable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 38:41


When I initially heard the title my publisher proposed for my upcoming book Just a Thought, I absolutely, positively hated it.  I literally said (over and over) “there is no way that will be the title of my book”. And, well, things change. Within a couple months, I had a change of mind. Or a […] The post EP160: What Hating the Title of my New Book Showed me about Change appeared first on Dr. Amy Johnson.

Travel with Rick Steves
647 Algarve Coast; Fijian Customs; What Pandemic Showed Me

Travel with Rick Steves

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 52:00


Find out what makes the coastline of southern Portugal's Algarve region an ideal destination for family vacations. And learn about some of Fiji's most interesting customs as a guidebook author describes how the indigenous population of this South Pacific island nation has maintained its cultural identity. Plus listeners share tales of how the pandemic has impacted their lives and travels. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.

BK & Ferrario
The Best of BK & Ferrario - August 4, 2021 - Have the Cards showed their hand in the SS market & what if Vladdy actually plays for the Blues this season?

BK & Ferrario

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 155:47


11:00 - Jon Lester's debut wasn't great last night & there were some positives that came from the Cards' loss 11:15 - What can the Blues realistically expect from Saad/Buchnevich & is Schenn on the wing a reality? 11:30 - are the Cards going for a time share of Sosa/DeJong & does that mean the FA market is a necessity for Mo? 11:45 - Questions & Answers 12:00 - Does the offseason for the Blues mean Kyrou is headed for a 3rd line role & what is Kyrou's next step? 12:15 - More Likely to Happen 12:30 - What if Tarasenko actually plays for the Blues this year & is the PP on track to be better? 12:45 - The Junk Drawer 1:00 - Do the Cards over-protect their prospects? 1:15 - Do the Blues have one of the best Top-6 combos in the West? 1:30 - Chris Kerber, Voice of the Blues 1:45 - The Crossover

The Scoot Show with Scoot
Simone Biles and her teammates showed huge courage this week

The Scoot Show with Scoot

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 28:35


Scoot talks to WWL listeners about the importance of not giving up, and the true grit that Simone Biles showed in returning to competition over the weekend See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jono & Ben - The Podcast
MINI: Ben Showed Dwayne The Rock Johnson His BUM TATTOO Over Zoom!

Jono & Ben - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 12:40


Weeks of planning, months of anticipation, as to whether Dwayne The Rock Johnson would see Ben's tattoo dedicated to him on his butt cheek! AND IT CAME TO FRUITION! We surprised Ben big time. He thought he was going to a screening of Disney's Jungle Cruise, which stars The Rock & Emily Blunt. Instead on the big screen was The Rock & Emily sitting on Zoom! It was awesome. He spoke about his time living in New Zealand, he got to see Ben's tattoo in the flesh, and it was a whole lot of fun. Check out the interview here.

LCF Podcast
The One Who Showed Mercy (Luke 10:25-37)

LCF Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 51:44


The One Who Showed Mercy Luke 10:25-37 Week 35 of the Luke Series Speaker: Tim Friston Note: There were no slide notes for this message.

The Bradley Wiggins Show by Eurosport
The loneliness of the Yellow Jersey | ‘Terrified Carapaz showed defeatist attitude'

The Bradley Wiggins Show by Eurosport

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 20:58


Sir Brad and Graham 'door destroyer' Willgoss are in a brand new van talking Stage 20 of the Tour de France, when Team UAE's 22-year-old Tadej Pogacar won his second Yellow Jersey with another masterful performance beyond his years. “I actually got a little bit emotional on the bike,” says Brad, who followed Pogacar on the moto. “Listening to the roar of noise coming up the road, and him shooting through – and the crowd went crazy. “I followed him for the last 10km to the end then, and he was shifting. He was rocking and rolling. It just shows that after three weeks of racing, he is not infallible. He is beatable, on any given day.” It was a moment that also took Brad back to the 2012 time trial. “I remember it being the most lonely, solitary place being in that time trial. And the whole world is watching you, being the leader of the Tour de France. Everything that's going through your mind after three weeks of racing, the closer you get to the finish. And I knew exactly what he was going through.” Elsewhere, Brad wasn't impressed with the approach of Team Ineos's main man: “I went to the start house, and Richard Carapaz looked terrified… then he got up to fist-bump Jonas Vingegaard. It showed a defeatist attitude before he set off that he knew he wasn't going to get those six seconds back. “There's psychological warfare going on, and it's a moment you can really put your opponents off by not doing much… If I'm sat there as Vingegaard, that says a lot to me.” On to sprints, champagne and perhaps a record-breaking final stage on the Champs-Elysees. Brought to you by Zwift, where fun is fast. The Bradley Wiggins Show is produced by Pete Burton. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Experience The Big Book
Saturday – Ep: 137 – The Hand of God working in my life – The Great Promise on Page 68 that God showed me the moment I heard my son died – – Life Changing for me

Experience The Big Book

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 35:39


When my son Curtis died this is the line that God showed me that would enable me to deal with this horrible event with serenity

Three Percent Podcast
TMR 15.14: "And Then Evil Showed Its Face" [Vernon Subutex]

Three Percent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 44:37


Covering what's probably the most disturbing section of Vernon Subutex, this is an intense, fairly dark episode of the Two Month Review. They discuss how the most evil character is a manager/agent, about how men are everywhere, ready to ruin things, and much more. On the upside, Chad and Brian recorded early in the morning, so their voices have some extra depth . . . If you'd prefer to watch the conversation, you can find it on YouTube along with all our past episodes. You can join us on Wednesday, July 14th, ask questions, make comments, and correct inaccurate statements. Here's where you can find the complete reading schedule. Follow Open Letter, Chad Post, and Brian Wood for random thoughts and information about upcoming guests. Be sure to order Brian's book, Joytime Killbox, which is available at better bookstores everywhere thanks to BOA Editions. You can also support this podcast and all of Open Letter's activities by making a tax-deductible donation through the University of Rochester.

Two Month Review
TMR 15.14: "And Then Evil Showed Its Face" [Vernon Subutex]

Two Month Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 44:37


Covering what's probably the most disturbing section of Vernon Subutex, this is an intense, fairly dark episode of the Two Month Review. They discuss how the most evil character is a manager/agent, about how men are everywhere, ready to ruin things, and much more. On the upside, Chad and Brian recorded early in the morning, so their voices have some extra depth . . .  If you'd prefer to watch the conversation, you can find it on YouTube along with all our past episodes. You can join us on Wednesday, July 14th, ask questions, make comments, and correct inaccurate statements. Here's where you can find the complete reading schedule. Follow Open Letter, Chad Post, and Brian Wood for random thoughts and information about upcoming guests. Be sure to order Brian's book, Joytime Killbox, which is available at better bookstores everywhere thanks to BOA Editions. You can also support this podcast and all of Open Letter's activities by making a tax-deductible donation through the University of Rochester.

Sid Roth's It's Supernatural!
Amazing Secrets Jesus Showed Me in Heaven (Laurie Ditto)

Sid Roth's It's Supernatural!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 28:30


Sid Roth's Messianic Vision
Amazing Secrets Jesus Showed Me in Heaven (Laurie Ditto)

Sid Roth's Messianic Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021


Laurie Ditto reveals amazing secrets Jesus has shown her in her visions of Heaven.

The Drive
07/09 2pm Giannis Showed Us Stars Need Help

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 42:23


The Drive opened the show discussing how Giannis was great last night in a loss, and showed how valuable adequate help from other players is to stars. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Barry On Deck
#283 CP3 finally did it, Pat Beverley showed his true colors, plus MLB and NFL talk.

Barry On Deck

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 111:23


Happy Thursday!  Kelly Iko joins me today in hour 2 to talk all things Rockets and NBA! Plus, here's what's on the rundown: SPORTS Headlines #NBA - CP3 - Pat Bev… (VIDEO) - Umm, Steve? (VIDEO) #NFL - NFL Owners Believe Their Teams Will Eventually Be Worth At Least $8 Billion Due to Legalized Sports Betting #MLB - Trevor Bauer' Reps Have Released Text Messages Between Him and His Accuser   See you on the show!

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
The Byron York Show: What the Infrastructure Deal Showed About Joe Biden's Honesty

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 30:43


When President Biden announced a bipartisan deal to spend hundreds of billions of dollars on infrastructure — the real kind, like roads and bridges and waterways — he stressed that it is extremely important that he and lawmakers be able to trust each other. Each must be as good as his or her word, Biden […]

The Byron York Show
What the Infrastructure Deal Showed About Joe Biden's Honesty

The Byron York Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 30:43


When President Biden announced a bipartisan deal to spend hundreds of billions of dollars on infrastructure — the real kind, like roads and bridges and waterways — he stressed that it is extremely important that he and lawmakers be able to trust each other. Each must be as good as his or her word, Biden said. And then, within hours, Biden moved the goalposts on the deal, leaving Republicans sputtering in frustration and bipartisanship in the rear-view mirror. Plus, another topic: Why are Democrats so unenthusiastic about investigating the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic? Especially when they couldn’t get enough of investigating allegations of Trump-Russia “collusion” from 2017 to 2019? And now, can Republicans investigate on their own?

Wally Show Podcast
How Your Dad Showed Love: June 21, 2021

Wally Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 48:51


TWS News 1: Tips on Moving Back Home – 00:30 How Your Dad Showed Loved – 3:08 Great Grocery Giftaway – 7:02 Good News Giddy Up – 8:49 TWS News 2: Amazon Prime Day – 11:55 Boo Yay Your Weekend – 14:12 Monday School: - 18:57 Flashback Friday Promo – 21:07 TWS News 3: HBO Max Intern – 23:53 Famous Ages – 26:16 Walter Picks the Hits – 33:21 Least of These: Celebs that Married Fans – 38:18 What You Hoard – 40:50 Mind Blown: Silly String – 46:25 You can sponsor a child through Food for the Hungry at www.fh.org/wallyshow You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies/.