Well, that was awful. Ohio State's repeated self-inflicted breakdowns on Saturday were so horrifying and egregious that it's a true testament to us as podcasting “professionals” that this entire episode doesn't just consist of a single, four-letter word repeated ad nauseum. We had a job to do, so instead of cursing, we're breaking down Ohio State's unacceptable and maddening 45-23 home loss to Michigan. A lot of things went wrong in one game that have been going wrong periodically all season. Unfortunately, it was the biggest game of the year, on the biggest stage, and it is likely going to keep the Buckeyes out of the College Football Playoff. The penalties, the coverage busts, the inexplicable coaching decisions and even more ineffective wide receiver screens were on the menu on Saturday and we all collectively choked on that meal in the exact same manner as Ryan Day choked in The Game (again). Does that sound harsh? Because I can make it harsher if you want. We didn't much bother with our score predictions or picks to click because [/gestures broadly at Saturday's result]. After the game discussion, we talked about what might be next for the Buckeyes, and one of those things is actually still a good thing. The lustre of the “regular” bowl games is long gone now, and the teams that take the field for them often do so without multiple star players in the age of the opt-out, but that's just how it goes. Beyond that, there were some other games around the Big Ten this past weekend, even if we cared far less about them. We walked through the rest of the results in the conference to see how everyone else made out. The music finally stopped in the B1G West's season-long game of musical chairs and we're not sure if Purdue won or lost, as seemingly every team with the inside track on the division melted down when in the driver's seat. Someone had to win it this weekend and Iowa politely declined. We also discussed the resignation of Ohio State's now-former president, Kristina M. Johnson, and did some far-too-early pontificating about some potential candidates to replace her. We also opined on the new coaching hires at Nebraska and Wisconsin, with both schools seemingly finding exactly the right fit. Of course, that's what Scott Frost and Jim Leonhard were supposed to be, so you never really can tell. And finally, we answered listener mail (OK, it was a tweet in this case). We'll be back next week to talk about whatever's next for Ohio State, as well as any additional news that may drop, such as bowl game opt-outs, coaching changes, or key players entering the transfer portal from around the B1G. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Be sure to subscribe, rate, review, and share. Thanks for listening! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Consider supporting the show on Patreon Watch us on our YouTube ChannelIt's that time of year again. Time to revisit an old friend and a collection of familiar characters. On our latest episode, Jamie pulls a pretty great Mr. T impression out of nowhere, Doug shocks his cohost by counting to 5 in German, and we both agree that in two movies Rocky killed both of his trainers. Hug your BFF in the surf, smash up that pinball machine, and join us as we celebrate our 7th Slysgiving by discussing, Rocky III!Full bonus episodes at our Patreon include: • Blame it on Rio • The House on Sorority Row • A He-Man and She-Ra Christmas • The Hollywood Knights • The Great Outdoors • Silver Bullet • One Magic Christmas • The Cabbage Patch Kids First Christmas • Under the Cherry Moon • Haunted Honeymoon • Commando• Beverly Hills Madam • Happy Birthday to Me • A Christmas Dream • A Garfield Christmas • Supergirl• Garlic is as Good as Ten Mothers • Who's Harry Crumb • Missing in Action 2: The Beginning • Revenge of the Stepford Wives • Evil Dead II • Dune• A Claymation Christmas Celebration• Howard the Duck• How to Beat the High Cost of Living• They Live• This House Possessed• Monkey Shines• Terror Train• Spice World/Stop or My Mom Will Shoot!• Teen Witch• 80's Handshake 5• 90's Handshake 5• Questions and Answers• Interviews• Covering/ranking all movies in the Friday the 13th Franchise! & more.. Merch on TeePublic Visit our WebsiteVisit our YouTube ChannelFollow us on TwitterAnd on InstagramFind us on Facebook
Ohio State's win at Maryland was a bit stressful but in the end the Buckeyes did enough to get the job done on a day when other favored teams needed late scores to win or didn't survive at all. We dive into all the good and bad of Ohio State's 43-30 win in College Park and hopefully the team will be a lot more focused and amped up for an iteration of The Game between a pair of unbeaten, top-five teams. We look back at our picks to click and our score predictions to see how reality stacked up against our imaginations, too. After the Maryland talk, we welcomed in David Woelkers from SBNation site Maize N Brew to get us prepped on the Wolverines prior to their trip to the Horseshoe this Saturday. David gave us the scoop on what's up with Michigan but no one seems sure what to make of Blake Corum's knee injury at this point. That is an important knee for the Wolverines. Big thanks to David for stopping by and helping us preview The Game. We took our weekly walk through the rest of the Big Ten results from Saturday and the West finally came into a little more focus with one weekend remaining. Meanwhile, Penn State has quietly rolled through everyone not named Ohio State or Michigan and the Spartans almost certainly threw away their shot at bowl eligibility in the second half and overtime against Indiana at home. Finally, we discussed the importance that Steele Chambers has in stopping J.J. McCarthy in the run game on Saturday and we dove into Michigan's stats a bit before making our predictions and picks to click for this weekend's battle of the titans in Columbus. We'll be back next week to talk about Ohio State's matchup with the Wolverines and to preview...well, whatever's next, which we won't know until after the game. It's a little strange not having that next opponent set, but that's what the end of the regular season brings. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Be sure to subscribe, rate, review, and share! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
911 Free Fall with Andy Steele Achilles' heels and silver bullets that annihilate the official 9/11 story This week on 9/11 Free Fall, Ted Walter and Andy Steele get together to discuss certain aspects of the controlled demolition evidence that often get overlooked but are fatal to the official explanation of the World Trade Center's destruction. They start with the four points covered in Steele's recent article, “Silver Bullets: Four Easily Observed Facts that Strike the NIST Reports Dead in Their Tracks.” Then they touch on the North Tower's “spire,” a subject recently explored by civil engineer Jonathan Cole in his presentation “9/11 and the Scientific Method | Part 1: Motion.” There was no fire in the northeast corner of the 12th floor when Building 7 went down! The top of the North Tower couldn't possibly have destroyed the bottom — or 60 stories of the core would not have remained standing! Tune in and come away armed with these and other key points of evidence.
The boys are back to get you ready for the Buckeyes final away regular season game. Super special guest, Alan Vonderhaar (The boy's Dad) joins for the very first time. Alan is a graduate of Ohio State ATI '92, played as a buckeye basketball player in Wooster, recounts his story watching Jimmy Jackson in St. Johns arena for the first time, having a stomach bug in 2002 while taking the boys to Disney world while watching the Buckeyes win the National Championship vs Miami, his experience meeting and getting an OSU Heisman royalty helmet signed by Eddie George, and much more! Find it all here on the Silver Bullet Saga! Let us know what you think on Twitter: @OhioState_SBS
Former Ohio State captain Zach Boren was back in the film lab looking at the defensive effort as the Buckeyes pounded Indiana 56-14 last weekend in the Horseshoe. First-year defensive coordinator Jim Knowles has been progressively expanding the arsenal for the Silver Bullets, and the Buckeyes are rounding into even more dangerous form ahead of The Game next week.
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After a sluggish and sloppy performance against Northwestern, the Ohio State Buckeyes returned home looking to get healthy against a struggling Indiana Hoosiers team. However, “healthy” just doesn't seem to be in the cards for the Buckeyes this year, as Chip Trayanum and Dawand Jones were held out and Miyan Williams got hurt during Saturday's contest. Nevertheless, the team did return to form, dismantling the Hoosiers in a 56-14 win. Williams, Dallan Hayden, C.J. Stroud, Marvin Harrison Jr., and Xavier Johnson starred offensively, while Steele Chambers, Lathan Ransom, and Tommy Eichenberg shone on the other side of the ball. Still, it was Kamryn Babb that stole our hearts and made our living rooms suddenly dusty with his first career reception/touchdown, capping the day's scoring. We talk at great length about the game, check in our score predictions, and look back at the individual performances to see if our picks clicked on offense and defense. Prompted by listener mail, we discuss the looming Michigan matchup a week in advance and then took our weekly walk through the rest of the Big Ten football results. Nobody wants to win the B1G West (still), as the Fighting Illini allowed the pack to catch up and now it looks like it'll be a mad scramble over the remaining two weekends. Also: is Graham Mertz bad or did Wisconsin make him bad? Finally, we previewed this weekend's game against Maryland. The Terrapins started the season brightly but seem to have hit a bit of a wall in recent weeks. Still, the Terps have been hard to beat at home and Ohio State has to keep its focus on the turtles in order to avoid the trap being laid before next week's showdown. We'll be back next week to talk about Ohio State's matchup with the Maryland Terrapins in College Park, and to preview the following week's return home when the Buckeyes will look for revenge against their rivals from that state up north. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Be sure to subscribe, rate, review, and share! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The boys are joined by Abram Zehentbauer and Stanley Skocki to discuss Ohio State's upcoming match-up vs the Indiana Hoosiers. The crew also gets into the recent UPSET losses to shake up the College Football Playoff race. All of that and more! Follow us on twitter @SBS_OhioState All this on the Silver Bullet Saga!
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While Ohio State's 21-7 victory at Northwestern was one of the more aggravating wins by the Buckeyes in recent history, it was still a win. We can't say we saw the game unfolding as it did, but then again when we recorded last week, we had no idea the game would be played in a hurricane. If we had known, we probably would still have predicted a lopsided win but perhaps with one or two fewer touchdowns. Instead, we witnessed a slog that didn't seem to need to be one. Dropped passes, curious play calling, bad execution along the offensive line, and some uncharacteristic sponginess on third down and against the run by the defense combined to make Saturday a lot less easy on the nerves than what was forecast. We basically threw our predictions from last week in the garbage and only one of our four picks to click actually clicked and that was the “Bingo free space” that is Tommy Eichenberg, who seemingly always delivers. We discussed the major talking points from the game and talked through the scoring drives and stats as Ohio State escaped from Evanston (even if it never quite felt to us like the Wildcats were actually going to pull off the upset). Our weekly walk through the rest of the Big Ten results included a full slate of games and once again the B1G West is baffling. Does anyone truly want to win it? If so, it might be a suddenly resurgent Iowa team after Illinois dropped a home game to Sparty. Finally, we looked ahead to Saturday's nooner with the Indiana Hoosiers. Will the Buckeyes struggle again or will Indiana feel the wrath of a team that has to read bad press about itself all week? We hope lessons have been learned and that health will return to some of Ohio State's missing pieces, as the showdown with the Wolverines draws closer and chemistry and rhythm are things that should (optimally) start coming together now. At any rate, we took another shot at our final score predictions and made our picks to click on both offense and defense for the Buckeyes. We'll be back next week to talk about Ohio State's matchup with the Indiana Hoosiers in Columbus, and to preview the following week's return to the road when the Buckeyes travel to Maryland to take on the Terrapins. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Be sure to subscribe, rate, review, and share! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
For the second consecutive week, Ohio State's offense took a little while to get warmed up but then it was absolutely fine. Also for the second straight week, the defense forced key turnovers to effectively prevent the Buckeyes' opponents from being able to take advantage of the offense's slow start. We break down Ohio State's 44-31 road win over the Penn State Nittany Lions, including a first half that seemed much tighter than it needed to be. We checked in on our score predictions to see how well we prognosticated the game, and poured over the statistical data to see if our picks to click actually...well, clicked. We took our usual stroll through the rest of the Big Ten games from Saturday to keep tabs on how everyone else made out. There was some ugliness in Ann Arbor and it wasn't limited to the game between the Wolverines and Spartans, as it spilled into the tunnel after the game. While everyone seems to want to point out how easily Michigan handled Penn State compared to Ohio State's trip to Happy Valley, it's worth reminding them that the Wolverines had to settle for a lot of field goals at home against a Spartans team that the Buckeyes eviscerated in East Lansing. The Illini kept rolling while the Minnesota Golden Gophers tried to get back on track and Iowa found some offense against...Northwestern. Speaking of the Wildcats, we looked ahead to Saturday's road game and the way Northwestern has played this season, we expect the spread to be covered as Ohio State looks to get back in rhythm offensively heading into the season's final stretch. We made our predictions for the game and selected our offensive and defensive picks to click. We'll be back next week to talk about Ohio State's matchup with the Northwestern Wildcats in Evanston, Illinois, and to preview next week's return home to face the Indiana Hoosiers at Ohio Stadium. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Be sure to subscribe, rate, review, and share! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In episode 31 of The Neon Crew Podcast, Kyle and Mac discuss Stephen King as an auteur of his own genre, the director intent of Sleepaway Camp, and their favorite and least favorite teen dystopian movies. Films talked about: Silver Bullet and Sleepaway Camp Hosts: Kyle Yates and McClain Parker Music: Gideon Hunter Gideon's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wakerisefall Logo design: Lauren Hunter Lauren's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pineandsun/
Want to see a video version of this podcast? Please visit Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aCFpiow7sw Dan Attias has worked as a director in the film and television industry for 37 years. As a director of series television he has received the Directors Guild of America award for outstanding direction of dramatic television and has been nominated for multiple Emmy awards for his comedy directing. He continues to work on some of the most celebrated and critically acclaimed American television shows, including Homeland, The Americans, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Billions, and The Boys. Previously he has directed The Sopranos, The Wire, Six Feet Under, True Blood, Entourage, The Killing, The Walking Dead, True Detective, Ray Donovan, Bloodline, Friday Night Lights, Northern Exposure, House, Lost, Alias, among many others. His first professional directing assignment was the feature film, Stephen King's Silver Bullet, produced by Dino DeLaurentiis. Dan started his career studying acting, then worked as an assistant director on E.T. The Extraterrestrial, Airplane!, One From the Heart and several other feature films. He has taught acting and directing workshops in the United States, and has appeared as a guest speaker at festivals in Italy, Brazil, Greece, Mexico and Canada. Before working in the film and television industry, Dan was enrolled in a Ph.D. program in English literature at U.C.L.A., then transferred to the Theater Arts Department where he earned an M.F.A. in film production. MORE VIDEOS WITH DAN ATTIAS https://bit.ly/3uFOe3r CONNECT WITH DAN ATTIAS https://www.danattias.com https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0003733 RELATED VIDEOS What Makes A Great Movie Director? - https://youtu.be/gY5mzXZ6Hd4 How To Direct Actors - https://youtu.be/9iRb9wjt7Wc Directing The Perfect Acting Performance - https://youtu.be/IkDzz208Zwg Advice To First Time Directors On Directing Actors - https://youtu.be/259zF0usVKU (Affiliates) ►WE USE THIS CAMERA (B&H) – https://buff.ly/3rWqrra ►WE USE THIS EDITING PROGRAM (ADOBE) – https://goo.gl/56LnpM ►WE USE THIS SOUND RECORDER (AMAZON) – http://amzn.to/2tbFlM9 ►WRITERS, TRY FINAL DRAFT FREE FOR 30-DAYS! (FINAL DRAFT) - http://ow.ly/Gz4w30rDSKt BOOKS WE RECOMMEND https://buff.ly/3o0oE5o SUPPORT FILM COURAGE BY BECOMING A MEMBER https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs8o1mdWAfefJkdBg632_tg/join CONNECT WITH FILM COURAGE http://www.FilmCourage.com http://twitter.com/#!/FilmCourage https://www.facebook.com/filmcourage https://www.instagram.com/filmcourage http://filmcourage.tumblr.com http://pinterest.com/filmcourage SUBSCRIBE TO THE FILM COURAGE YOUTUBE CHANNEL http://bit.ly/18DPN37 LISTEN TO THE FILM COURAGE PODCAST https://soundcloud.com/filmcourage-com Stuff we use: LENS - Most people ask us what camera we use, no one ever asks about the lens which filmmakers always tell us is more important. This lens was a big investment for us and one we wish we could have made sooner. Started using this lens at the end of 2013 - http://amzn.to/2tbtmOq AUDIO Rode VideoMic Pro - The Rode mic helps us capture our backup audio. It also helps us sync up our audio in post http://amzn.to/2t1n2hx Audio Recorder - If we had to do it all over again, this is probably the first item we would have bought - http://amzn.to/2tbFlM9 LIGHTS - Although we like to use as much natural light as we can, we often enhance the lighting with this small portable light. We have two of them and they have saved us a number of times - http://amzn.to/2u5UnHv COMPUTER - Our favorite computer, we each have one and have used various models since 2010 - http://amzn.to/2t1M67Z EDITING - We upgraded our editing suite this year and we're glad we did! This has improved our workflow and the quality of our work. Having new software also helps when we have a problem, it's easy to search and find a solution - https://goo.gl/56LnpM *These are affiliate links, by using them you can help support this channel.
David Kleinschmidt is an Ag Economist by training. This background, coupled with a passion for soil health, holistic management and practical management make him a wealth of knowledge and perspective.On this episode, we cover a host of topics: Cover Crops, Soil Health, Microbes, GMOs, Chemistry, Biology, Profit over Production, Organic Matter. David used so many terms that I finally got tired of writing them all down in my notes. And little did I know that my recording software was basically self-destructing the podcast as we spoke. So you'll have to put up with a largely unedited version (see how many times you hear the land-line ring or our 3-year-old in the background) with TERRIBLE sound quality. But for those willing to put up with the noise, you're in for an interesting conversation about farming, ranching and as David appropriately states, "The Business of Growing Things."David Kleinschmidt217-370-3799 email@example.com
Ohio State looked a little groggy coming out of the bye week for about a half but then figured out some things and found some rhythm to put Iowa on full blast, 54-10. Although the first half of the game may have been somewhat aggravating, the Buckeyes cruised in the end. It's hard to know how much of the defensive performance was the OSU defense and how much of it was an inept Hawkeye offense. The truth is probably a bit of both. We looked back on our predictions for the game and it turns out we vastly underrated Ohio State's offense (and/or overrated the Iowa defense). We go over the game's talking points, including six takeaways by the defense, some odd playcalling and issues getting plays called at all, the continued emergence of Julian Fleming, and more. We welcomed Matt de Bear from Roar Lions Roar to get us up to speed on how the 2022 season has gone for the Penn State Nittany Lions. It sounds like the Buckeye offense will again be forced to figure out a stout defense, but on the road this time. Penn State's offense is better than Iowa's and can run the football this year. The key match-up is probably Ohio State's passing game against that solid Penn State secondary. Big thanks to Matt for his usual excellent analysis of the Nittany Lions. We walked through this week's Big Ten results, including the Jeckyl-and-Hyde Purdue Boilermakers losing at Wisconsin, Maryland reaching bowl eligibility, and Rutgers probably driving the final nail into Indiana's bowl hopes. Then we made our picks to click on offense and defense for the Buckeyes in this Saturday's game and put our already questionable reputations on the line with our eerily similar score predictions. We'll be back next week to talk about Ohio State's match-up with Penn State in Happy Valley and look ahead to the trip to Evanston, Ill. to face the Northwestern Wildcats. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Be sure to subscribe, rate, review, and share! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today I want to talk about The #1 truth to sell more on Etsy which is…. If you list more, you'll sell more! That's it.. the end lol j/k. Today I want to dive into this topic more & give you some tips on how to do this more successfully. It's not as easy as you think. You don't want to miss this one! Don't forget to download my Etsy Listing Success Guide which pairs nicely with this episode. It'll give you tips on optimizing your listings to get more traffic and increase your chances of making sales on those listings. Get it here
Writer/Director Douglas Wicker (WHAT HAPPENED TO THE OTHERS) joins the Video Monsters to discuss an enjoyably kooky Stephen King adaptation that can best be described as, “what if JAWS, but werewolf?” Tonight we're sinking our teeth into SILVER BULLET (1985), based on King's calendar-inspired novelette (whatever that is) “Cycle of the Werewolf!” Featuring a lovable but characteristically batty Gary Busey performance and Corey Haim as a parapalegic boy with a motorized wheelchair that can reach speeds up to 60 miles per hour, it's safe to say that SILVER BULLET isn't your typical creature feature. So reel in your kite, grab The Peacemaker, and meet us in the foggy woods of Tarker's Mill for an in-depth examination of SILVER BULLET with special guest Douglas Wicker! If you enjoy this episode, come join the Video Monsters crew on Discord (https://discord.gg/sjyUQg8phB)!! Hangout episodes are live (and unedited!) every Tuesday night starting around 9:30pm EST. Listen and chat along with us in the Discord chat and we'll even give you a shoutout on the episode! Video Monsters is brought to you by the Chattanooga Film Festival and Central Cinema in Knoxville, TN. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or online at chattfilmfest.org and centralcinema865.com. Links for each of these can also be found on our pages, so be sure to follow us at videomonsterpod on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as well. music for Video Monsters by Evan Simmons
We discuss the 1951 Black Magic werewolf story “A Silver Bullet For Your Heart”, by Joe Simon & Jack Kirby! Plus, our favorite werewolf movies! Jacktober is in full swing, kids! For all things Jacked Kirby, visit our FlowPage: www.flow.page/jackedkirby You'll find listening links and all our social media pages. If you're listening on Apple, please rate and review the show! Thanks! For Mike D's horror-centric IG account, visit @master_sardus_archive
The boys get you ready for the IOWA HAWKEYES this week at noon in the horse-shoe. Infamous Iowan and Ohio State fan Jacob Triplett joins the podcast to discus the experience of living as a Buckeye transplant in Iowa, and shares how insufferable Iowa fans are about the 2017 game (half decade ago). We go through nepotism in the Iowa coaching staff, the offensive woes Iowa has had, and what we see see happening on Saturday. Find it all here on the Silver Bullet Saga! Let us know what you think on twitter: @OhioState_SBS
Dave, Brandon, and Christian are joined by special guest and Patreon Mitchell Johnson. The four discuss Silver Bullet, Maximum Overdrive, and Child's Play (88) as well as pissing on balls. Intro 0:00 - 1:01:51 Silver Bullet (1985) 1:01:51 - 1:42:38 Maximum Overdrive (1986) 1:42:38 - 2:20:36 Child's Play (1988) 2:20:36 - 3:17:12 Thanks for Listening!
Former Ohio State captain Zach Boren was back in the film lab with THE Podcast to analyze the sophomore surge from star defensive end J.T. Tuimoloau. Boren and Austin Ward take a closer look at the little details that are adding up to huge performances for other Buckeyes around Tuimoloau, who is not getting enough credit for the work he's doing with the Silver Bullets.Want more of Austin, Bill and Birm? Head to www.ohiostate.rivals.com and join them in the Horseshoe Lounge. #OhioStateFootball #bigtenfootball #BigTen #buckeyesfootball #Buckeyes #THEPodcast
The Buckeyes took a week off but we didn't. We wouldn't leave our listeners hanging like that. Without an Ohio State game to break down, we opened with our weekly walk through the other Big Ten games. All eyes were on the top 10 match-up in Ann Arbor that turned out to be a terrible game. Meanwhile, some of the games few people outside of the specific fandoms wanted to see turned out to be some of the most entertaing battles of the weekend. Bret Bielema's Illini gained bowl eligibility, some key injuries took place around the league, Wisconsin continued to be perplexing, and Nebraska is still struggling in one-score games. Beyond the B1G, there were some incredible games all day long on Saturday. The Alabama-Tennessee game is one that had our attention, but there were also huge games between future Big Ten school USC and Utah, TCU and Oklahoma State, and elsewhere around the country. Even without an OSU game, Saturday was one of the best college football game days in years. We welcomed Adam Jacobi to the show this week to give us the scoop on what has been a frustrating year so far for Iowa Hawkeyes fans. The editor-at-large for GoIowaAwesome.com was kind enough to get into Iowa's offensive struggles and the issues that quarterback Spencer Petras and the Iowa offensive line have had this season. He also told us who to watch for on the Hawkeye defense when Ohio State has the ball. Big thanks to Adam for his time. Finally, we put our suspect reputations on the line by selecting our Ohio State picks to click on offense and defense for this weekend's game. We also gave our final score predictions for Saturday's meeting between the Buckeyes and the Hawkeyes. We're both expecting a surprise cover for Iowa in a game that we suspect might be lower scoring than the average fan might think. It all depends on how much trouble the Buckeyes have moving the ball against a top-notch Iowa defense. We'll be back next week to talk about Ohio State's meeting in the Shoe with the Iowa Hawkeyes and look ahead to the Penn State Nittany Lions. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Be sure to subscribe, rate, review, and share! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ruth Jesse and Lee take a look at their predictions from last year about season 5 and compare them to what happened. They also look to the future of Cobra Kai. Will it continue? Listen and find out plus much much more. ----more---- Links: Covert Nerd Website Covert Nerd Instagram Covert Nerd Twitter Covert Nerd Facebook Covert Nerd Merch Proud Member of Eddie and the Star Cruisers. For more great content go to the Facebook Page: Check out my other podcast: Uchoose Podcast Join in the fun as Eddie and Lee read through the 80's Choose Your Own Adventure books and YOU decide how the story ends. Join us live on Youtube, Facebook and Twitch or listen later on podcast app of your choice.
Want to know the true secret to growing a business? Psst, it's the customers. This week's episode will make your company start caring about its customers. Today's guest is Mark Donnigan, Virtual CMO at Growth Stage Marketing. Listen in as Mark joins host, Casey Cheshire, and shares his hack on building a better relationship with your customers through excellent business strategy. Busted Myths: Companies can have a great strategy and never lose customers. Takeaways: Learn your competitor's tools, then learn their process, and then implement it. It is all about driving more usage and purchase of their solution. It is not actually about selling our products. Just because you hire someone who is good on paper does not mean that they are going to be great. Actions speak louder than words. Get on sales calls and go to sales calls. This will help you learn about your customers and about other businesses. No matter what you have going on with your business. The customers most likely will not care. They only care about what they will get out of it. They only care if it has anything to do with them. Marketing podcasts are a great way to get real-time marketing information. Marketing books are typically made within the year while podcasts are made almost every week. Diversity of thought is required because without it, we would fail. We would not execute meetings well it will lead to no business impact. It's more important to get any information to your customers. Make it readily available, and make it easily accessible for your customer. Quote of the Show: “The customer does not care about us. They only care about them.” (11:28) Book Recommendations: Play Bigger by Al Ramadan, Dave Peterson, Christopher Lochhead, and Kevin Maney Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markdonnigan/ Website: https://growthstage.marketing/ Podcast: https://www.owltail.com/people/ORNFP-mark-donnigan/appearances Company Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWivu309kk1u1P9jrcv3jLA Ways to Tune In: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hard-corps-marketing-show/id1338838763 Amazon Music/Audible: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/37228621-2f9c-4905-a223-1844effb49dd Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1vVLpNI1LssMTiL6Kdsamn Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-hard-corps-marketing-show Google Podcasts: https://play.google.com/music/m/Im7mytmu2wa2mekhoeixlja5hpe?t=The_Hard_Corps_Marketing_Show YouTube: https://youtu.be/5MrbOivXAz8
Ohio State passed its first road test with flying colors in Saturday's 49-20 win over the Michigan State Spartans in East Lansing. The Buckeyes were never seriously challenged and charitably gave the Spartans some free points to flatter them a bit with a final score that wasn't wholly indicative of the game. After five home games, the Buckeyes went into enemy territory for the first time but C.J. Stroud wasn't fazed and Marvin Harrison Jr. put on a clinic. On the other side of the ball, Cam Brown returned and then probably wished he hadn't, but Mike Hall Jr., Tommy Eichenberg, and Ronnie Hickman had big games. The Spartans couldn't run the ball and could hardly protect Payton Thorne despite some serious holding on both defensive ends throughout the game. We went through the scoring and the stats, checking in on our predictions and picks to click, and we probably whined a little too much about Kyle McCord not getting to run the actual offense. This is something that could come in handy if he ever had to actually run the OSU offense. As we see around the country each week, every backup quarterback is only one play away from being forced into action. After recapping the game, we looked back at the other games around the Big Ten this past weekend. Nebraska, Wisconsin, and Illinois are trending up, Rutgers, Iowa, and Indiana are on the downswing. The season is half over for some of the teams in the league, so we took stock of the standings in the Big Ten's East and West divisions. There are some surprises and then there's Northwestern. We also looked ahead to this Saturday, with some big games on the schedule in both divisions of the B1G. We'll have our eyes on Penn State at Michigan and Minnesota at Illinois. With no Ohio State game to look forward to, we'll be forced to keep an eye on some upcoming opponents and potential opponents. Which games are most you looking forward to watching this weekend? We'll be back next week to talk about the things that transpired during Ohio State's bye week and to preview the upcoming match-up with the Iowa Hawkeyes. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We have reached the midpoint of the regular season and Ohio State (6-0, 3-0 Big Ten) is ranked No. 2 in the nation. On today's show, Dave Biddle gives an assessment of the Buckeyes as they head into their bye week, included but not limited to: * The play of middle linebacker Tommy Eichenberg. * The play of Michael Hall Jr. and the the Buckeyes' defensive tackles. * How big of a concern is cornerback for OSU? * C.J. Stroud is No. 1 in the country in passing efficiency by a wide margin and is the runaway favorite to win the Heisman. * Emeka Egbuka could be a Biletnikoff candidate. * Jim Knowles and the Silver Bullets are the No. 7 total defense in the country. * The Buckeyes' offensive line continues to play well. * Bottom line: Is Ohio State the best team in the country? All of that and more is coming your way on the Monday 5ish. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The boys go through Ohio State 49-10 over Rutgers for their 5th home game in a row to start the season. Homecoming was a success. Then MSU fan Clay Parrish joins the podcast to help get us ready for Ohio State's first road matchup of the 2022 season vs the Michigan State Spartans! Let us know what you think on twitter: @OhioState_SBS Find it all here on the Silver Bullet Saga!
"Growing food hydroponically will save 99.999% water compared to conventional farming!" We've all heard this line, and while hydroponically growing greatly reduces water consumption compared to conventional farming, we must be on high alert to back up our claims with clear data. On this "water" episode of CropTalk #KyleTalksAgtech Kyle Lisabeth, VP of Horticulture at Silver Bullet and I discuss, you guessed it- water, the importance of accurate data and predictions for the future of CEA.
BuckIQ is back with the latest film breakdown with former Ohio State captain Zach Boren. After a productive outing in the blowout win over Rutgers, the guys take a closer look at linebacker Steele Chambers and how his improved comfort on defense is enhancing the Silver Bullets.
Ohio State defeated a divisional Big Ten opponent by 39 points and somehow it still didn't feel like a very good performance. The Buckeyes looked a bit off kilter at times in a 49-10 defeat of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, despite the fact that two turnovers were responsible for all of the Rutgers scoring. It could have easily been 49-0 or worse with a little more sharpness, and it doesn't help that injuries continue to mount. Nevertheless, we are here to talk about another Buckeye victory and to sing the praises of one Miyan “Chop” Williams, who abused the Scarlet Knights whenever he touched the football on Saturday. The passing game wasn't as sharp as usual but the defense once again turned up, especially Steele Chambers, who had himself a day. We dissect the game, check on our score predictions to see how well we prognosticated the match-up, and comb through the statistics to see how our picks to click fared on each side of the ball. Our guest this week was Ryan O'Bleness, the managing editor over at The Only Colors, SBNation's website covering the Michigan State Spartans. Ryan was nice enough to talk us through what Sparty has been up to this season, including the team's issues and strengths, as well as which players we should watch for on Saturday in East Lansing. Big thanks to Ryan for sharing his knowledge about Payton Thorne and company. Our walk through the rest of the Big Ten results doesn't usually have us talking about the firing of a coach, but it seems to be happening a lot in the B1G West in 2022. Paul Chryst got dumped by Bret Bielema and the Fighting Illini and then he got dumped by the University of Wisconsin. That was only one of the surprising results in the West this past weekend. Finally, we put ourselves out there and made our score predictions for Ohio State at Michigan State and we selected our picks to click on offense and defense for the Buckeyes. We'll be back next week to analyze the Michigan State game, check on our picks and predictions, and get ready for Ohio State's bye week. We're not sure what it means to be “ready” for a bye week but we'll try to figure it out before next week. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week we visit Stephen King with Silver Bullet. This movie has it all, one of the Coreys, Gary Busey, and a werewolf. Enjoy! How will Silver Bullet hold up? Host: Nic Panel: Matthew, Daniel Directed by Daniel Attias Starring: Gary Busey, Everett McGill, Corey Haim, Megan Follows, Robin Groves, Leon Russom, Terry O'Quinn, Bill Smitrovich
The boys recap OSU vs Wisconsin and preview the Scarlet Knights coming to town, wrap up with their weekly picks. Let us know what you think on twitter: @OhioState_SBSFind it all here on the Silver Bullet Saga! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast, Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman give their bold predictions for Saturday's game between Rutgers and Ohio State. This is the first bold prediction battle of the season with Cot Of Shame ramifications, so it's very serious. The fellas go back and forth with predictions about CJ Stroud, Kyle McCord, the Rutgers offense, the Rutgers defense, Gee Scott, Silver Bullet touchdowns, Sonny Styles, and much, much more. Check out BuckeyeHuddle.com to get all of the best Ohio State Buckeyes coverage. Our team of contributors will have you up-to-the-minute with recruiting, team coverage and so much more. Join the fastest growing community in all of BuckeyeNation at BuckeyeHuddle.comJoin Now: https://buckeyehuddle.com/community/account/upgrades/
It was supposed to be the toughest test to date for the Ohio State Buckeyes, and maybe it was, but Ryan Day's team took care of business quickly and efficiently during Saturday night's “blackout” game to the tune of a 52-21 drubbing of the Wisconsin Badgers. We didn't expect quite such an easy win, and it remains to be seen how good this year's Wisconsin team actually is, but it was nice not to have to sweat out a night game against a marquee opponent. We broke down how the evening in the Horseshoe unfolded, checked in on our score predictions to see how close (or far) we were, and went through the stats sheet to see if our picks to click on offense and defense clicked or not. We then welcomed Greg Patuto, the managing editor over at SBNation's OnTheBanks, to the show to get us ready for Greg Schiano's Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Saturday. Greg (Patuto, not Schiano) did a great job of getting us up to speed on what's new with the Knights, what Rutgers has been doing well, and where the team still has some growing to do. Our sincere thanks to Greg for stopping by and dropping the Rutgers knowledge on us. We took our weekly walk through the other Big Ten games on the scoreboard, where the league tripped up in a few non-conference games and had very few competitive match-ups. We spent a few minutes on that entertaining Maryland game at Michigan in which the Terrapins wadded up a legit chance to get a road upset and threw it in the garbage. Mike Locksley may one day learn when timeouts should be used but that day has not yet come, as Maryland could have avoided a couple of problems with a simple hand gesture toward the referee — no, not that one, the legal one. Finally, we put our pride and our good names on the line as we made our score predictions and selected our picks to click for Ohio State vs. Rutgers this Saturday. We'll be back next week to analyze the Rutgers game, check on our picks and predictions, and get ready for Ohio State's first road trip of the year as the Buckeyes head to East Lansing. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome into BIG TEN Conference play folks. Ryan and Adam break down the Buckeyes' dominant 77 point scoring win over the Toledo Rockets. Then go into breaking down the start of B1G football as Ohio State hosts the Wisconsin Badgers for a 7:30pm PRIMETIME kick this Saturday in the horseshoe. Let us know what you think on twitter: @OhioState_SBS Find it all here on the Silver Bullet Saga!
The Ohio State Buckeyes who took the field against the Toledo Rockets is the one we've been expecting. Offensively and defensively, the Buckeyes showed up and, for the most part, dominated. There were a couple of defensive hiccups but nothing consistent as Ohio State continues to adjust to a new coordinator on that side of the ball. We break down the key plays and players from the Buckeyes' 77-21 thumping of a Toledo team that is expected to challenge for the Mid-American Conference title. We compare our score predictions to actual events and see whether are picks to click actually...err, clicked. To prepare us for this Saturday's Big Ten opener against the Badgers, we welcomed Rohan Chakravarthi from SBNation's Wisconsin blog, Bucky's 5th Quarter. Rohan got us up to speed on what's different about this year's Badgers, how that vaunted Wisconsin defense is going to deal with Ohio State's offense, the maturation of quarterback Graham Mertz, and where the team is strongest and weakest. Big thanks to Rohan for jumping on with us to talk some B1G football. We took our usual stroll through the rest of the Big Ten scores from Saturday, which featured some surprises — both good and bad — for the conference. If not for Sparty's most recent road trip, the entire Big Ten East would be unbeaten. That's right, even Rutgers and Indiana have managed to avoid defeat thus far. Meanwhile, there are several tire fires ablaze in the West, including what is looking like an exceedingly long season in Lincoln. We turned our attention back to Wisconsin for the final segment, looking at what Ohio State has to do either with or without TreVeyon Henderson on Saturday. Winning first down is going to be a big key, particularly when the Buckeyes are on defense. We're expecting one of those annoyingly close games at least until halftime and then we'll see which team adjusts and has the better second half. We'll be back next week to analyze the Wisconsin game, check on our picks and predictions, and get ready for Rutgers. This is impossible, because one can never truly be ready for Rutgers, but we'll try. In the meantime, feel free to reach out with your feedback and questions below in the comments section or send us an email. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dan Varian is an elite boulderer from the UK and the cofounder of Beastmaker. We talked about a finger strength test that Dan had me do, how to measure the load distribution across our fingers, silver bullets in finger strength, how to activate lazy fingers, why Dan is focusing his training on high angle crimps, his recommendations for me, and wrist training for Fontainebleau.Check out Rhino Skin Solutions!rhinoskinsolutions.comUse code “NUGGET” at checkout for 20% off your next order!And check out EP 22 with Justin Brown to learn more about how to use Rhino products!Check out Arc'teryx!arcteryx.comArc'teryx Presents: Free as Can BeCheck out Grasshopper Climbing!grasshopperclimbing.cominstagram.com/grasshopperclimbingTell them I sent you to save $500 off a fully kitted out 8'x10' Grasshopper board! We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, and Mark and Julie CalhounBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/dan-varianNuggets:0:08:04 – Building dens out of cushions0:10:36 – Dan's resume0:13:12 – Moving from Sheffield, playing the training game with his limited time, and detail over vagueness0:18:05 – How the strength flows through your hand, and the starting point of people's training0:19:06 – Climbing as a fledgling sport, having plenty of room to improve our training quality, and Dan and Aidan's attention to detail0:20:33 – The value of training with like-minded people, and the many different rock types in the UK0:23:28 – Blunderbus vs rifle, and mentoring Aidan Roberts0:26:40 – Aidan's pinkie strength, and why the sling test is a valuable assessment tool0:32:36 – Who Adian is, and an introduction to high angle crimps0:35:49 – Silver bullets in finger strength, and specializing in specific styles0:39:25 – Clarification of the high angle crimp position0:41:34 – The sling test, and my takeaways from my results0:45:24 – Dan's interpretation of my results, and my two lazy fingers which are lacking silver bullets0:49:07 – My goals as they relate to finger training0:52:32 – My climbing background and how that explains my results0:55:36 – A pinkie mono demonstration from Dan0:59:23 – Three-finger drag, wrist movement, and different grip positions for different rock types and routes vs. boulders1:03:28 – What Dan thinks I should focus on with my finger strength for sport climbing1:04:29 – Summary of the takeaways from my finger testing, and Dan's guesses about my climbing based on the numbers1:07:09 – My pinkie in the half crimp1:10:02 – How to activate lazy fingers on the hangboard, and why the Beastmaker hangboards look the way they do1:12:35 – Dan's strength on three-finger drag, why it doesn't apply to small crimpy holds and boulders, and how we are all working on our own things1:14:56 – Dan's advice for me to strengthen my pinkies and middle fingers1:17:37 – How my finger strength compares to Dan's, and what he is working on with his finger training1:19:21 – Why Dan thinks I should train my lazy fingers on the hangboard instead of lifting off the floor1:30:24 – Dan's recommended protocol for me to activate my lazy fingers1:35:52 – Stealing ideas from arm wrestlers, and why Dan loves Fontainebleau1:38:53 – Meeting Tim Doyle in Font1:39:57 – Focusing on weaknesses vs. strengths, and trying to tick the county1:46:35 – Dan's top finger training exercise recommendation1:48:11 – Dan's thoughts on wrist training1:53:01 – Meat hooks and kneebars1:59:19 – Why Dan wishes he had focused on building an athletic foundation as a younger athlete2:03:34 – Dan's training goals, his thoughts on the campus board, and goal boulders in the Lakes2:13:13 – Potential topics for a round 2 (let us know what you want to hear more about!)2:15:02 – Dan's final thoughts on splitting the grip and waking up lazy fingers2:16:49 – Dan's goals for me with my finger training
Everyone around the state of Minnesota continues to remind Crisco how dumb his decision to lease his car is everywhere he goes. We also dive into some Secrets from today's show that could only be read on the podcast.
"In triathlons, nutrition is the fourth leg because it is so important." Today we welcome, Kathleen, who is a registered dietitian that gives nutritional guidance and support to plant-based endurance athletes. Together with her husband Don, they focus on plant based nutrition and mindset to empower endurance athletes to fuel their athlete body fearlessly for sustained energy, endurance and faster recovery. In today's episode, Kathleen is here to give tips and tricks to our listeners on how to fuel their body before, during and after their workouts, the plant-based way. Resources from this Episode: Kathleen's Favorite Recipe: Sticky Chili Lime Tofu Ripple Chocolate MilkIf you want to connect with Kathleen, visit the following:Instagram: @eatlovetriathalon Website: eatlovetriathalon.com Facebook Group: The Plant Powered Athlete How can I work with Plant Centered Nutrition? One on One Coaching"Positively Plant-Based": the Online CourseIf you want to connect with Ashley, visit the following:Instagram: @plantcenterednutritionWebsite: plantcenterednutrition.usFacebook: Plant Centered NutritionIf you want to connect with Katie, visit the following: Instagram: @plantcenteredkatieWebsite: plantcenterednutrition.usFacebook: Plant Centered Nutrition
“Anxiety is the parrot sidekick that rides on my shoulder and occasionally squawks warnings in my ear,” says Tim Clare, poet and podcaster and author of the book Coward: Why We Get Anxious & What We Can Do About It. We talk about anxiety, cowardice, magic bullets vs silver bullets, the scary Bible, and seagulls. Content note for discussion about mental health, unsurprisingly, and colonial and military harmful practices. Find out more about this episode and some sources of the information therein at theallusionist.org/coward, where there's also a transcript. Find Tim's books, podcasts, writing courses and more at timclarepoet.co.uk. The Allusionist's online home is theallusionist.org. Stay in touch at twitter.com/allusionistshow, facebook.com/allusionistshow and instagram.com/allusionistshow. The Allusionist is produced by me, Helen Zaltzman. The music is by Martin Austwick. Hear Martin's own songs via palebirdmusic.com. Our ad partner is Multitude. To sponsor the show, contact them at multitude.productions/ads. This episode is sponsored by: • Bombas, whose mission is to make the comfiest clothes ever, and match every item sold with an equal item donated. Go to bombas.com/allusionist to get 20% off your first purchase. • NordVPN. Browse safe, browse fast. And, exclusivelusionist big discounts: grab the NordVPN deal at nordvpn.com/allusionist. Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee.• Squarespace, your one-stop shop for building and running a sleek website. Go to squarespace.com/allusionist for a free 2-week trial, and get 10 percent off your first purchase of a website or domain with the code allusionist. Support the show: http://patreon.com/allusionistSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Find Weird Darkness wherever you listen to podcasts: https://linktr.ee/weirddarkness IN THIS EPISODE: There's no better source of horror fiction than the King of Horror himself, Stephen King. Each chapter of “Cycle of the Werewolf” is a short story unto itself. It tells the story of a werewolf haunting a small town as the moon turns full once every month. It was originally published as a limited-edition hardcover in 1983 by Land of Enchantment, and then in 1985 as a mass-market trade paperback by Signet. If it sounds familiar to you, it's because Stephen King also wrote the screenplay for its film adaptation, Silver Bullet which was released to theaters in 1985 – although if you have seen the film, you won't be disappointed in the book, as there is a lot that changes from the original pages before it hit the big screen. The movie received mixed reviews at the time, but has since achieved cult status in the US, after appearing on television regularly. In 1985, Signet Books re-issued Cycle of the Werewolf under the title Silver Bullet in an edition that included King's screenplay alongside the original novella. This re-published edition also included a foreword by King, recounting the impetus of the novella and the background of the film adaptation. In this episode of Weird Darkness, however, I will be narrating the original novella. The book, at 127 pages, is technically a novella rather than a novel, but there is no shortage of scares, I assure you. The novella wasn't even supposed to be a novella at first. The entire concept started out, believe it or not, as a calendar by the Zavista company, with illustrations by renowned comic-book artist Bernie Wrightson. Each month of the proposed calendar featured a drawing by Wrightson complete with a short vignette by Stephen King. But King found the size of the vignettes, which were both small and extremely limited, to be problematic for his writing style. So he proceeded instead with the short novel and had it published by Land of Enchantment in 1983, but kept Wrightson's illustrations for the publication because they were so beautifully or horrifically brilliant. In the author's notes at the back of the novella, King admits to taking liberties with the lunar cycle. For example, if a full moon was on New Year's Day, another one wouldn't occur on Valentine's Day, but these dates are widely recognized in January and February. He explains that this was done to focus the relevant months more clearly in the readers' minds. But then, this is fiction, so of course liberties are going to be taken – and who are we to question Stephen King?SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…Cycle of the Werewolf” by Steven King: https://amzn.to/2YNP4u6 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness Publishing: https://weirddarkness.com/publishingVisit the Church of the Undead: http://undead.church/ Find out how to escape eternal darkness at https://weirddarkness.com/eternaldarkness = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony (https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t), Midnight Syndicate (http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ), Kevin MacLeod (https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu), Tony Longworth (https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7), and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu (https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8) is used with permission. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =(Over time links seen above may become invalid, disappear, or have different content. I always make sure to give authors credit for the material I use whenever possible. If I somehow overlooked doing so for a story, or if a credit is incorrect, please let me know and I will rectify it in these show notes immediately. Some links included above may benefit me financially through qualifying purchases.)= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ="I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness." — John 12:46Trademark, Weird Darkness®, 2022. Copyright Weird Darkness©, 2022.