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Lightweights Podcast
Receiving Monkey Heart Transplant

Lightweights Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 24:09


Sink holes, changing career paths, priests can't taddle on you for crimes, and going to court! Lightweights is sponsored by Vodacast. Watch our CLIPS Video Podcast on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCChM6tHqj-4FwbG_KdIjKUw Watch our FULL Video Podcast on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjmqbxZsoH1YwihrGgU1vPA Follow our Podcast on Instagram: @lightweightspod https://www.instagram.com/lightweightspod/ Follow Joe on Instagram: @ughitsjoe https://www.instagram.com/ughitsjoe/ Follow Ilya on Instagram: @ilyafeddy https://www.instagram.com/ilyafeddy/ Follow us on Tik Tok @lightweightspod --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lightweights/support

Chus & Ceballos presents Stereo Productions Podcast
LE ROI CARMONA | Stereo Productions Podcast 437

Chus & Ceballos presents Stereo Productions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 60:01


Le Roi Carmona is one of the biggest Costa Rican DJs who began his career in Spain, he has multiple influences such as Jazz, progressive rock, trip-hop, and Latin influences. He shared the stage with International Artists and signed with Big labels. TRACKLIST 01. Gianni Ruocco, Le Roi Carmona - Imperfect (Beatamines Remix) / Zoo Technique 02. Andre Gazolla, Vanderhansz - Mustafa / Pyramid waves 03. Le Roi Carmona - Taste of the wild / Unreleased 04. Namito, Brams - More Than Just Your Passion / Bar 25 Music 05. Le Roi Carmona, Franco BA, Toni Carrillo - La Colorada / High Pressure Music 06. Senzala - Sit Down / Stereo Productions 07. Le Roi Carmona - Laser Tager (David Herrero Remix) / Huambo Records  08. Robiin, 22 Weeks - Take My Hand / Housetribe Recordings 09. Knober, Sylter - Reload / Unloaded Records 10. Francis De Simone - Flirt / Dark Shades Records 11. Matt Sassari - Give It to me (Full Vocal Mix) / Cr2 Records 12. Jack Morris - Finer things / Sink or Swin 14. Mason Talbot - Cocaina / South Of Saturn TRACK OF THE WEEK Amine K - Apollo / Stereo Productions

WSJ What’s News
Could a Pandemic Party Sink Boris Johnson's Career?

WSJ What’s News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 14:54


A.M. Edition for Jan. 13. U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has a history of surviving political scandals. But revelations that he attended a party at the height of the country's first lockdown is leading to calls for his resignation, even from within his own party. WSJ's Max Colchester breaks down the latest development and how Johnson hopes to weather the fallout. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Teaching Yourself to Learn
Emerging at 50 and Beyond with Lori Tainter

Teaching Yourself to Learn

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 27:31


Within this episode Holly comes together with Lori Tainter, who easily exudes vibrancy, energy and how to emerge in your midlife with confidence and flair. Lori helps you transform into your most beautiful self with everyday simple and fun make-up tips, including fun and engaging Instagram reels.   Listen as Holly and Lori talk about: Changing the 50's mentality and letting go of what other people think and growing confidence in yourself in the 3rd half of life allows you to inspire yourself and others. When small tasks are accomplished and can add to our own self worth and celebrations - even learning how to turn on, maintain and use the lawn trimmer! Sink or swim moments, pulling up the big girl pants which leads to the power of choosing positivity and happiness. Simply accomplishing goals and creating a beautiful life.   You can hear the happiness and delight through the conversation together with Holly and there is, indeed, a lot to learn from Lori's story. To find out more about Lori you can follow her on instagram @EmergingBeautyWithLori.   And don't forget to connect with Holly https://teachingyourselftolearn.com/.

Three Questions, Three Drinks with Chris Mikolay
Ep. 38 - This Is How Your Marriage Ends

Three Questions, Three Drinks with Chris Mikolay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 80:29


MARRIAGE. Matthew Fray's writings on marriage and divorce, including his most famous blog post, “She Divorced Me Because I Left Dishes by the Sink”, have been read by tens of millions worldwide. In this episode, Matthew shares 3 great bourbons and a bracingly honest perspective on marriage, divorce and what he wished he had done differently to save his own relationship. Men, Matthew believes, are most commonly the culprits in their marital breakdown, and understanding how a few well-intentioned behaviors can erode trust over time is often the key to saving a relationship from ruin. Matthew's book, “This is How Your Marriage Ends”, will be released worldwide on 3/22/22 and is now available for pre-order wherever books are sold.Drinks in this episode:>> William Heavenhill Small Batch 13 Year Straight Bourbon Whiskey, “Bottled-in-Bond”, 100 Proof; Heaven Hill Distillery, Bardstown, KY>> Evan Williams 23 Years Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey, 107 Proof; Heaven Hill Distillery, Bardstown, KY >> Stagg Jr. Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, 131.1 Proof, Buffalo Trace Distillery, Franklin County, KY If you've been enjoying the 3Q3D podcast, please consider giving us a rating, a review, or sharing an episode with a friend. Give us a follow on our social sites here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/3drinkspodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3DrinkspodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/3Q3Dpod

The Razorback Daily
Hogs Look to Sink Vandy at Home

The Razorback Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 20:11


The Commodores are coming to town as the Hogs look for their first SEC win. Q & Z are here to preview the matchup. And we've got a football-related Stat of the Week that brings the success of the 2021 football season into perspective. -------- Want more? Subscribe to Hogs Plus to view video versions of every single episode. Also, follow The Razorback Daily on social media for behind-the-scenes content.  Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles
COVID Vaccine Genocide: Massive Spike in Deaths Could Sink Life Insurance Carriers

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 72:05


On this edition of TruNews, something very morbid is happening in the USA. Deaths among 18- to 64-year-old people are up dramatically. There is no explanation for the dramatic spike in deaths. The rise in mortalities is evident in reports showing that the death rate in America is the highest since the 1790s and that the lifespan of the average American has dropped almost by 2 years. Now the life insurance industry is warning that a tidal wave of deaths threatens the financial solvency of insurance carriers.  Rick Wiles, Doc Burkhart.  Airdate 1/3/22 

Locked On Giants - Daily Podcast On The New York Giants
New York Giants Sink Lower and Lower

Locked On Giants - Daily Podcast On The New York Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 50:42


The New York Giants' 2021 season cannot end fast enough, as the offense suffered through yet another dismal showing in a 29-3 loss to the Chicago Bears. New York Giants Sink Lower and Lower https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVmzf-nD8oaTBShrW_zTeXA WANT MORE DAILY NEW YORK GIANTS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…

Back To Back
Daily Ding: DeRozan vs. Buzzers, Warriors play jazz, Clips sink Nets

Back To Back

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 15:57


Keith Parish and Dave DuFour recap the weekend in the NBA. DeMar DeRozan's two buzzer beaters help the Bulls go 2 and 0, while the Warriors top the Jazz without Draymond Green and the shorthanded Clippers defeat the Nets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DAVID GAUSA presents SUTIL SENSATIONS PODCAST
Sutil Sensations #406 - #BESTOF2021 with Shouse, Vintage Culture, London Grammar, CamelPhat, Fred Again.., The Blessed Madonna, Solomun, ACRAZE, Black Coffee, BURNS, Ewan McVicar, ARTBAT, Maceo Plex, Charlotte de Witte, Enrico Sangiuliano, Diplo

DAVID GAUSA presents SUTIL SENSATIONS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 163:00


DAVID GAUSA presents SUTIL SENSATIONS RADIO / N#406 TRACKLIST DECEMBER 30th 2021 / 30 DICIEMBRE 2021 #BESTOF2021 - Our personal selection... #LOMEJORDE2021 - Nuestra seleccion personal... --- THE CLUB MUSIC WINNERS OF THE YEAR (1) LOS TEMAS CLUB GANADORES DE 2021 (1) Fred Again.. & The Blessed Madonna 'Marea' (We've Lost Dancing) (taken from 'Actual Life' artist album) - Atlantic - Track Of The Week on April 9th / N#397 London Grammar 'Lose Your Head' (CamelPhat Remix) - Ministry of Sound Rufus Du Sol 'Next To Me' (Vintage Culture Extended Remix) - Rose Avenue/Reprise Gorgon City & DRAMA 'You've Done Enough' - Positiva/Astralwerks Oden & Fatzo 'Lauren' - Ministry Of Sound / Columbia Sofia Kourtesis 'La Perla' (taken from 'Fresia Magdalena' EP) - Technicolour/Ninja Tune Purple Disco Machine 'Playbox' (taken from 'Exotica' artist album) - Sweat It Out Jaded 'Welcome To The People' - Higher Ground Love Regenerator x Eli Brown 'We Can Come Together' - Sony Anish Kumar & Barry Can't Swim 'Blackpool Boulevard' - Technicolour Ben Bohmer & Tinlicker feat. Felix Raphael 'Run Away' - Anjunadeep Fred Again.. 'Faisal (Envelops Me)' (taken from 'Actual Life 2' artist album) - Atlantic Records - Track Of The Week on December 3rd / N#405 Jungle 'Keep Moving' (The Blessed Madonna Remix) - Caiola Records/AWAL Disclosure 'In My Arms' (taken from 'Never Enough' EP) - Disclosure Dusky 'Local Newspaper' (taken from 'JOY' artist album) - 17 Steps Logic1000 'I Won't Forget' - Therapy Honey Dijon feat. Annette Bowen & Nikki-O 'Downtown' - Classic Swedish House Mafia 'It Gets Better' - Republic Records/Universal --- SUTIL RECORDS RELEASES IN 2021 David Gausa 'Spielberg's Duel' - Sutil Records David Gausa 'Colossal Sphere' - Sutil Records (taken from 'Colossal Sphere/April Attack' EP) --- TECH HOUSE ESSENTIALS OF 2021 GUZ 'Set You Free' - Sink or Swim John Summit 'Make Me Feel' - Insomniac Dom Dolla 'Pump The Breaks' - Sweat It Out/Three Six Zero/RCA Chris Lake & NPC 'A Drug From God' - Black Book/Astralwerks CAMELPHAT & Green Velvet 'Critical' - Ministry of Sound - Track Of The Week on January 22nd / N#393 Jamie Roy 'Organ Belta' - Trick - Track Of The Week on October 22nd / N#402 Vintage Culture, Fancy Inc., Roland Clark 'Free' - Catch & Release/Good Company Miane 'You Belong to Me' - Moonharbour Hot Since 82 'Heater' - Circus Fisher 'Just Feels Tight' - Catch & Release/Good Company --- THE LAID BACK ROOM WINNERS OF THE YEAR LOS GANADORES DE LA 'SALA 2' DE 2021 Black Coffee with DJ Angelo feat. Jinadu 'Lost' (taken from 'Subconsciously' artist album) - Ultra RUFUS DU SOL 'Alive' - Rose Avenue/Reprise Diplo feat. Elderbrook & Andhim 'One By One' (Sofia Kourtesis Remix) - FFRR/Higher Ground Bicep feat. Clara La San 'X' (taken from 'Isles' artist album) - Ninja Tune Barry Can't Swim 'Skylab District' - Part 4 The Martinez Brothers feat. Fuego 'P.A.P' - Everybody Knows Elderbrook & Bob Moses 'Inner Light' - Parlophone Elkka 'Burnt Orange' (taken from 'Euphoric Melodies' mini album) - Technicolour Peggy Gou 'I Go' - Gudu Records Nina Kraviz 'Skyscrapers' - Nina Kraviz Music / The Orchard --- THE CLUB MUSIC WINNERS OF THE YEAR (2) LOS TEMAS CLUB GANADORES DE 2021 (2) Solomun feat. TNA 'Tuk Tuk' (taken from 'Nobody Is Not Loved' artist album) - NINL/BMG - Track Of The Week on February 19th / N#394 Franky Wah feat. LOWES 'Not In Love' - Ministry Of Sound Diplo & Damian Lazarus feat. Jungle 'Don't Be Afraid' - Mad Decent/Because Music ARTBAT feat. Sailor & I 'Best Of Me' (CamelPhat Remix) - Metaphysical Ewan McVicar 'Tell Me Something Good' - Trick BURNS 'Talamanca' - FFRR ACRAZE 'Do It To It' - Thrive Music - Track Of The Week on October 8th / N#401 Age Of Love 'The Age Of Love' (Charlotte de Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano Remix) - Diki Records Maceo Plex vs Faithless 'Insomnia 2021' (Epic Mix) - Ministry Of Sound - Track Of The Week on July 23rd / N#400 --- THE TRACK OF THE WEEK OF THE YEAR EL TEMA DE LA SEMANA DE 2021 Shouse 'Love Tonight' (Vintage Culture & Kiko Franco Remix) - Hell Beach Track Of The Week on June 11th / N#399 --- DAVID GAUSA IN THE MIX: LAST #CANELAFINA TAKEOVER 2021 DJ MIX THEMBA feat. Brenden Praise 'Ashamed' (The Martinez Brothers Remix) - Armada Keinemusik feat. Solomun 'The Day I Met You' - Track Of The Week on November 19th / N#404 (taken from 'Send Return' artist album) - Keinemusik Tunnelvisions 'Acid Neverland' (taken from 'End Of Time' EP) - Atomnation - Track Of The Week on March 19th / N#396 Ben Bohmer 'Beyond Beliefs' (taken from 'Begin Again' artist album)- Anjunadeep Tale Of Us x Pete Tong feat. Jules Buckley 'Time' (taken from 'Pete Tong + Friends: Ibiza Classics' mini album) - Ministry Of Sound ARTBAT & Dino Lenny 'Fading' (taken from 'Unity Pt.2' compilation album) - Aftelife Alex Kennon 'Blinding Lights' (Joris Voorn Remix) - Spectrum - Track Of The Week on May 7th / N#398 Adana Twins 'The Curve' - Watergate AFFKT 'Jandia' (taken from 'The Big Picture' artist album) - Mobilee Fabrication 'Hot Foot' - Recovery Collective Stephan Bodzin 'Boavista' (Innellea Remix) - Afterlife Maceo Plex & Program 2 feat. Giovanni 'Revision' - Ellum --- HAPPY 2022!! - FELIZ 2022!! Zakes Bantwini & Kasango 'Osama' - Paradise Sound System --- If you want to know more about DAVID GAUSA, visit: Si quieres saber mas de DAVID GAUSA, visita: http://www.davidgausa.com http://instagram.com/davidgausa http://www.facebook.com/davidgausa http://twitter.com/davidgausa http://soundcloud.com/davidgausa http://www.mixcloud.com/davidgausa http://www.youtube.com/davidgausa http://www.sutilrecords.com http://www.facebook.com/sutilrecords

ESPN FC
Leicester Sink Liverpool

ESPN FC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 53:47


The FC crew break down Liverpool's 1-0 loss to Leicester City and discuss how Liverpool's missed chances will affect their title challenge. Plus, the guys recap Tottenham's 1-1 draw with Southampton, criticize the Premier League's use of VAR in the match and review Ferran Torres' move to Barcelona.

Covenant Sermon Library
Luke2:8-20 "That Unmeasur'd God So Low Should Sink"

Covenant Sermon Library

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021


Dr. David B. McWilliams - December 24, 2021

ThePrint
ThePrintPod: Aadhaar linkage can sink India's electoral democracy – with voter profiling, selective exclusion

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 8:55


The real objective of Modi govt's move to link voter ID with Aadhaar doesn't seem to be eliminating bogus voting. Here's why it's also unconstitutional.----more----Read the article here: https://theprint.in/opinion/aadhaar-linkage-can-sink-indias-electoral-democracy-with-voter-profiling-selective-exclusion/786812/

Few Minutes For Jesus
Sink your teeth into Jesus

Few Minutes For Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 12:25


John 6, read the whole chapter but our focus is verse 53 and 54. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Yahoo Finance Daily
Stocks sink amid virus concerns, Manchin's blow to Build Back Better

Yahoo Finance Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 3:52


Stocks fell on Monday at the start of a holiday-shortened week of trading, with investors considering renewed virus-related restrictions overseas and prospects that a significant social policy bill may be scuttled.

Steelers Outpost Podcast
Titans Sink Themselves

Steelers Outpost Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 28:49


02:20 Titans missing firepower03:45 Ben's sunset?06:10 Winning ugly08:10 TJ sets Steelers sack record12:30 Big Ben moves to 5th all-time passer16:30 Replace Kendrick Green17:30 Matt Canada experiment concludes21:57 Season prospectsHit us up on Twitter at @Steelersoutpost Shoot us an email at Steelersoutpost@gmail.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Whiskey And Whiskers
Sink Supremacy

Whiskey And Whiskers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 87:58


In light of the recent Socio-economic, and GeoPolitical posturing going on in the world, W&W has some advice. It's Calories In, Trash out of the green can, teach your kids to play videogames before they are corrupted by books, and ALWAYS REMEMBER... Cover your Balls.

Back To Back
Daily Ding: The Bulls take down the Lakers, Shai and the Thunder sink Clippers at the buzzer, Trailblazers take down hot Grizzlies

Back To Back

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 15:14


Keith Parish and Dave DuFour breakdown the big games from the weekend. The Bulls are back again after taking down LeBron and the Lakers. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander's buzzer beater takes down the Clippers. Damian Lillard has another strong game returning from injury in a win against the Grizzlies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bob Enyart Live
Atheists Can't Sink Noah's Ark

Bob Enyart Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021


Ex-Jehovah Witness Perry Little returns to team up with RSR host Fred Williams in dismantling the YouTube video “Noah's Ark: The Story That Disproves the Entire Bible”.  The video, which has over 1 million views since March, is from ex-JW turned atheist Harrison Cother. Ironically the video shows that atheists understand the importance of Genesis more than most Christians by illustrating how evolution and millions of years rips away the foundation of the Bible, which then produces doubt in the rest of scripture and a path away from the gospel. As Psalm 118:8 says, “If the foundations are destroyed, What can the righteous do?” Fred and Perry expose the weaknesses of Cother's arguments which include atheist talking points such as the “2 million species can't fit on the ark” strawman. A key point in the video is when Cother dismisses as “assertion and speculation” the undeniable fact that marine fossils catastrophically buried all over the world, including on the major mountain ranges, is a powerful argument for a global flood. There is also the obvious genetic evidence for the rapid diversity of animal kinds after the flood, the unquestioned stability of the ark based on the dimensions given in the Bible, etc. For a long list of evidence for a global flood, see rsr.org/flood.   Secular scientists say there is no way Earth Could have even been totally covered in water.Secular scientists say that Mars was at one time covered in water[1]. 1. Early Mars was thought to have enough water to have covered the whole planet in an ocean roughly 100 to 1,500 meters (330 to 4,920 feet) deep      

Real Science Radio
Atheists Can't Sink Noah's Ark

Real Science Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021


Ex-Jehovah Witness Perry Little returns to team up with RSR host Fred Williams in dismantling the YouTube video “Noah's Ark: The Story That Disproves the Entire Bible”.  The video, which has over 1 million views since March, is from ex-JW turned atheist Harrison Cother. Ironically the video shows that atheists understand the importance of Genesis more than most Christians by illustrating how evolution and millions of years rips away the foundation of the Bible, which then produces doubt in the rest of scripture and a path away from the gospel. As Psalm 118:8 says, “If the foundations are destroyed, What can the righteous do?” Fred and Perry expose the weaknesses of Cother's arguments which include atheist talking points such as the “2 million species can't fit on the ark” strawman. A key point in the video is when Cother dismisses as “assertion and speculation” the undeniable fact that marine fossils catastrophically buried all over the world, including on the major mountain ranges, is a powerful argument for a global flood. There is also the obvious genetic evidence for the rapid diversity of animal kinds after the flood, the unquestioned stability of the ark based on the dimensions given in the Bible, etc. For a long list of evidence for a global flood, see rsr.org/flood.   Secular scientists say there is no way Earth Could have even been totally covered in water.Secular scientists say that Mars was at one time covered in water[1]. 1. Early Mars was thought to have enough water to have covered the whole planet in an ocean roughly 100 to 1,500 meters (330 to 4,920 feet) deep      

The John Batchelor Show
4/4: Uneven Justice: The Plot to Sink Galleon, by Raj Rajaratnam

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 6:02


Photo:  In a niche, Justice is enthroned with scales and faces. At her feet lies a handcuffed man and next to her knees a blindfolded man with a torch in hand. On the left is a personification of vices, with a snake and a hand mirror as attributes. 4/4:  Uneven Justice: The Plot to Sink Galleon, by Raj Rajaratnam  Hardcover – December 14, 2021  https://www.amazon.com/Uneven-Justice-Plot-Sink-Galleon/dp/1637582811/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Raj Rajaratnam, the respected founder of the iconic hedge fund Galleon Group, which managed $7 billion and employed 180 people in its heyday, chose to go to trial rather than concede to a false narrative concocted by ambitious prosecutors looking for a scapegoat for the 2008 financial crisis. Naively, perhaps, Rajaratnam had expected to get a fair hearing in court. As an immigrant who had achieved tremendous success in his adopted country, he trusted the system. He had not anticipated prosecutorial overreach—inspired by political ambition—FBI fabrications, judicial compliance, and lies told under oath by cooperating witnesses. In the end, Rajaratnam was convicted and sentenced to eleven years in prison. He served seven and a half. Meanwhile, not a single senior bank executive responsible for the financial crisis was even charged. Uneven Justice is the story of his bewildering and confounding prosecution by forces who, quite frankly, were looking for bigger game. When Rajaratnam refused to support the narrative that would make that happen, he and the Galleon Group became collateral damage. A cautionary tale with implications for us all, Uneven Justice is both a riveting page-turner and an eye-opening lesson in the vagaries of justice when an unscrupulous prosecutor is calling the shots.

The John Batchelor Show
3/4: Uneven Justice: The Plot to Sink Galleon, by Raj Rajaratnam

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 14:40


Photo:  The personification of justice (Justitia) sits on a lion with a pair of scales and a sword in her hands. Her right foot rests on a weapon depicting two crowned fish, her left foot kicks Deception to the ground. In the background putti flying with a sieve. To the left and right of Justice are columns that are connected to each other by a rope from which putti various coats of arms hang. 3/4:  Uneven Justice: The Plot to Sink Galleon, by Raj Rajaratnam  Hardcover – December 14, 2021  https://www.amazon.com/Uneven-Justice-Plot-Sink-Galleon/dp/1637582811/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Raj Rajaratnam, the respected founder of the iconic hedge fund Galleon Group, which managed $7 billion and employed 180 people in its heyday, chose to go to trial rather than concede to a false narrative concocted by ambitious prosecutors looking for a scapegoat for the 2008 financial crisis. Naively, perhaps, Rajaratnam had expected to get a fair hearing in court. As an immigrant who had achieved tremendous success in his adopted country, he trusted the system. He had not anticipated prosecutorial overreach—inspired by political ambition—FBI fabrications, judicial compliance, and lies told under oath by cooperating witnesses. In the end, Rajaratnam was convicted and sentenced to eleven years in prison. He served seven and a half. Meanwhile, not a single senior bank executive responsible for the financial crisis was even charged. Uneven Justice is the story of his bewildering and confounding prosecution by forces who, quite frankly, were looking for bigger game. When Rajaratnam refused to support the narrative that would make that happen, he and the Galleon Group became collateral damage. A cautionary tale with implications for us all, Uneven Justice is both a riveting page-turner and an eye-opening lesson in the vagaries of justice when an unscrupulous prosecutor is calling the shots.

The John Batchelor Show
2/4: Uneven Justice: The Plot to Sink Galleon, by Raj Rajaratnam Hardcover – December 14, 2021

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 9:09


Photo:  Oppressed justice 2/4 Uneven Justice: The Plot to Sink Galleon, by Raj Rajaratnam  Hardcover – December 14, 2021 In jurisprudence, prosecutorial misconduct is "an illegal act or failing to act, on the part of a prosecutor, especially an attempt to sway the jury to wrongly convict a defendant or to impose a harsher than appropriate punishment." Prosecutors are bound by a sets of rules which outline fair and dispassionate conduct https://www.amazon.com/Uneven-Justice-Plot-Sink-Galleon/dp/1637582811/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Raj Rajaratnam, the respected founder of the iconic hedge fund Galleon Group, which managed $7 billion and employed 180 people in its heyday, chose to go to trial rather than concede to a false narrative concocted by ambitious prosecutors looking for a scapegoat for the 2008 financial crisis. Naively, perhaps, Rajaratnam had expected to get a fair hearing in court. As an immigrant who had achieved tremendous success in his adopted country, he trusted the system. He had not anticipated prosecutorial overreach—inspired by political ambition—FBI fabrications, judicial compliance, and lies told under oath by cooperating witnesses. In the end, Rajaratnam was convicted and sentenced to eleven years in prison. He served seven and a half. Meanwhile, not a single senior bank executive responsible for the financial crisis was even charged. Uneven Justice is the story of his bewildering and confounding prosecution by forces who, quite frankly, were looking for bigger game. When Rajaratnam refused to support the narrative that would make that happen, he and the Galleon Group became collateral damage. A cautionary tale with implications for us all, Uneven Justice is both a riveting page-turner and an eye-opening lesson in the vagaries of justice when an unscrupulous prosecutor is calling the shots.

The John Batchelor Show
1/4: Uneven Justice: The Plot to Sink Galleon, by Raj Rajaratnam

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 9:38


Photo:  Prosecutorial gnawing ("La Rongerie des Procureurs"). Note the phrase, "doctrinal nullity." 1/4:  Uneven Justice: The Plot to Sink Galleon, by Raj Rajaratnam  Hardcover – December 14, 2021  https://www.amazon.com/Uneven-Justice-Plot-Sink-Galleon/dp/1637582811/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Raj Rajaratnam, the respected founder of the iconic hedge fund Galleon Group, which managed $7 billion and employed 180 people in its heyday, chose to go to trial rather than concede to a false narrative concocted by ambitious prosecutors looking for a scapegoat for the 2008 financial crisis. Naively, perhaps, Rajaratnam had expected to get a fair hearing in court. As an immigrant who had achieved tremendous success in his adopted country, he trusted the system. He had not anticipated prosecutorial overreach—inspired by political ambition—FBI fabrications, judicial compliance, and lies told under oath by cooperating witnesses. In the end, Rajaratnam was convicted and sentenced to eleven years in prison. He served seven and a half. Meanwhile, not a single senior bank executive responsible for the financial crisis was even charged. Uneven Justice is the story of his bewildering and confounding prosecution by forces who, quite frankly, were looking for bigger game. When Rajaratnam refused to support the narrative that would make that happen, he and the Galleon Group became collateral damage. A cautionary tale with implications for us all, Uneven Justice is both a riveting page-turner and an eye-opening lesson in the vagaries of justice when an unscrupulous prosecutor is calling the shots.

Manifesting Miracles With Michelle J. Lamont
Manifestation- Forcing it or Calibrating with it?: EP 92

Manifesting Miracles With Michelle J. Lamont

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 33:54


Manifestation- Forcing it or Calibrating with it?: EP 92   There is no such thing as try! Sink or swim! Don't stop until you find a solution! We have all been inundated with messages like these but when we try to manifest in this energy, we are actually aligned with the plotting and manipulation of our existence. We are trying to force things to appear rather than allowing them to manifest.   In this episode, Michelle J. Lamont wants us to ease our anxiety and start collaborating with the universe. Allow your highest self to receive the ebb and flow of life's energy. Tune in, practice mindfulness, be present, and become aligned with the ease of the universe.     Are you ready to manifest the life of your dreams and level up in ALL areas of your reality?  Reach out to Michelle via any of the following to manifest even the deepest of your desires with her today!  Website | michellejlamont.com IG | instagram.com/michellejlamont/  Email | info@michellejlamont.com    KEY POINTS: - Are you allowing it or forcing it? - How to create an environment for alignment  - The ebb and flow of the universe  - Why a “sink or swim” mindset does not align with manifestation   - Pushing versus taking inspired action   QUOTABLES: “The yin and the yang of the reality in which you're manifesting in is broken. So when things are going wrong, the subject is all you focus on and you create a deeper divide into the so-called wrong energy.”  “Aligning our energy to balance in our reality is truly where the manifestation occurs.”   PRODUCTS / RESOURCES: Learn to create your own reality through clarity calls or one-on-one coaching with Michelle J. Lamont at michellejlamont.com/services  Follow Michelle on Instagram @michellejlamont - instagram.com/michellejlamont Visit her website at michellejlamont.com Any questions? Reach out to Michelle at info@michellejlamont.com Manifesting Miracles is edited by Instapodcasts (visit at instapodcasts.com) 

The Crispy Noodle
The Crispy Noodle Podcast — Episode 380

The Crispy Noodle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 83:21


Topics: Claypool Celebration, "Genre Bias" Against Marvel, & Breaking a Sink in a Bar Bathroom!

Ace On The House
OTH: The Grand Fir

Ace On The House

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 60:12


Ace and Stromer are still in the holiday spirit as they talk about TV troubles, biscuit joiners, and a caller who had their tools and truck stolen from a Home Depot. Thanks for supporting our sponsors: Masterworks.art/AceontheHouse Con-Cret.com/Podcast Geico.com RockAuto.com

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 4 | Raising The Kitchen Sink @ConwayShow @joebuscaino

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 33:35


Bear sighting / Gambling gang arrests // Tim's uncle peeing in the kitchen sink // Delta assault / Joe Buscaino

Jamming with Jason Mefford
Flashback Friday: Internal Audit Must Embrace Change, or Sink Like a Stone

Jamming with Jason Mefford

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 39:34


Today we bring back an old one from the ancient age of 2019. Give the episode a listen and let's see how the current world of Internal Audit compares to what was mentioned those 3 years ago! I spent the last several months interviewing many chief audit executives (CAEs) from all over the world to gain a better understanding of the current state of internal audit. What I found is that not only is the pace of change accelerating at an alarming rate, but along with the mounting challenges come plenty of opportunities too. From these interviews, and my own experiences as a CAE at two organizations, I have identified some clear trends, challenges, and opportunities that most CAEs are working to address. #internalaudit #cae #chiefauditexecutive

#moldfinders: RADIO
102: What to do if you have a sink leak / Disneyland Post-Pandemic / Live Q&A

#moldfinders: RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 46:02


Last week a family member had a product leak under their sink, and they didn't know what to do! So they started a group text with our whole #moldfinding family to get answers. It ended up being a great chat with a lot of smart people, so on this episode I'm summarizing the situation and the ultimate recommendations we gave to our family member so they would handle the issue properly. This episode was recorded live on Clubhouse, so afterwards I opened up the room for questions, and in between questions talked about "post-pandemic" Disneyland for the Parent Corner segment. In the Q&A we covered DIY remediation, HVAC testing & remediation, and post remediation ERMI testing. This is a link to the cabinetry protective lining I mentioned. WeatherTech Sink Mats Enjoy! — @MoldFinders Not sure the best way to get started? Follow these simple steps to hit the ground running... Step 1: Subscribe To This Podcast (and please leave a review!) Step 2: Interpret Your ERMI ERMICode.com Step 3: Get The Training MoldFindersMethod.com Step 4: Text Me (yes it's really me!) The Mold Phone: 949-528-8704 Step 5: Get An Inspection from We Inspect: YesWeInspect.com

Threads of The War

Vengeance does not breed accuracy, but it can feel good in the moment.

Opening Kickoff Podcast
Opening Kickoff 12-8-21 Getting the Band Back Together

Opening Kickoff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 72:24


On this show: Dave is joined by David Miles. Todd Michaelson and Brandon Smart as Payton and Brandon are away to talk:The wild college football coaching search, College Football Playoff Rankings, Georgia's woes and Heisman pick. (9:00-36:00)The guys discuss the Ravens-Steelers, Sink or Swim for teams in the Wild Card, Week 14's big games, and more. (37:00-END)

Things I Learned Last Night
Mouse Utopia Experiment - This Experiment Tested Dangerous Behavioral Sink

Things I Learned Last Night

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 53:53


Throughout history, generations watched as the younger generation took the helm. With each transition of power, the older generation has often disapproved of the behavior and decisions of the younger. This was particularly evident in the early 20th century. Events like the roaring '20s, the world wars, and the great depression left people wondering if the world was ending. Some in that era believed that the overpopulation of the cities of the earth was leading to negative changes in human behavior and morality. Researcher John Calhoun set out to discover if the behavioral sink was a reality. For some, Calhoun proved the phenomena. For others, he only showed the importance of accountability structures in the world. The story of the mouse utopia experiments might just make you lose hope in humanity or maybe make you more hopeful.

It's Hertime.
118. Feeling Frustrated Because You're Always Fatigued?

It's Hertime.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 31:01


Do you struggle with having enough energy to get through the day? Whether you wake up tired or your fatigue hits you like a wrecking ball between noon and 3:00 pm, you've got a lot of ladies in the same boat with you. Sink or swim, we're in this together! The truth is, many women can relate to feeling like a member of The Walking Dead cast for at least a few hours every day, especially around the holidays. On today's episode Jess and Cody share tips on how to stop feeling tired all the time and reclaim the energy and vibrance we used to have when we were younger! In addition to making healthy lifestyle changes, supplementing our diets with vitamins and natural energy-boosting ingredients can give us a little extra pep in our step.  Learn with us today about how Mother Nature has created exactly what we need to rectify our low energy levels.Did you learn something new today? Be sure to subscribe to this podcast and share this episode with all the girls you love. We would appreciate it if you'd also rate us and leave a comment on iTunes.Join Mixhers email list and be the first to have access to new products and be the girl in the know! Be sure to join our movement by following us on Instagram @mixhersorCody Sanders @soulhappyandhealthyJess Toolson @jesstoolsonTo submit questions or if you think you'd be a perfect guest to have on our podcast reach out to us on speakpipe and record your questions for us! You can also contact mccall@mixhers.com or DM McCall @mixhers on IG.Today's show is sponsored by Mixhers

Law Junkie Show
Elizabeth Holmes Admitted Wrongdoing, Will It Sink Her? LJS #23

Law Junkie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 16:29


This week, Ethan and Amy talk about the how text messages between Sunny Balwani and Elizabeth Holmes, what that does to the “blame Balwani” defense, and an admission from Elizabeth Holmes on the stand, will it be enough to convict her? Hosted by Amy Bearman and Attorney Ethan Bearman (The Bearman Firm) Read our disclaimer and more at https://lawjunkieshow.com Sign up for our insider news - http://eepurl.com/hK1cZT Follow us and please share! Twitter - https://twitter.com/LawJunkieShow Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lawjunkieshow Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LawJunkieShow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lawjunkieshow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lawjunkieshow/support

The Marc Cox Morning Show
MCMS: "Supremes" sink teeth into NY gun case and MS abortion case

The Marc Cox Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 7:18


Hans von Spakovsky joins Jeff Katz and examines a pair of cases in front of SCOTUS.   Hannah Gaber- USATODAY See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TSS:Purple Mafia -Minnesota Vikings Podcast-

What more is there to say? Rip the band-aid off, blow it up and start over. Everything we have been seeing with Zimmer and co all year, was magnified in Detroit. Vig It App Referral: Paladinolive Use my referral link for the Crypto.com App: https://crypto.com/app/mt4ysj25P7 to sign up for Crypto.com and we both get $25! facebook.com/purplemafiashow @purplemafiashow paladinolive@yahoo.com

Section YY8 Podcast
Vols Sink Vandy | Bowl Projections | RIP YY8

Section YY8 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 76:28


Gavin and Negative Nease talk about the Vols blowout win over Vandy to finish the season 7-5 and where the Vols may go bowling. Negative Nease talks about the final game in Section YY8.

Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Dec 2 Seg 13 - SINK HOLE!

Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 7:33


Have a good night!

Screaming in the Cloud
“Snyk”ing into the Security Limelight with Clinton Herget

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 37:12


About ClintonClinton Herget is Principal Solutions Engineer at Snyk, where he focuses on helping our large enterprise and public sector clients on their journey to DevSecOps. A seasoned technologist, Clinton spent his 15+ year career prior to Snyk as a web software engineer, DevOps consultant, cloud solutions architect, and technical director in the systems integrator space, leading client delivery of complex agile technology solutions. Clinton is passionate about empowering software engineers and is a frequent conference speaker, developer advocate, and everything-as-code evangelist.Links:Try Snyk for free today at:https://app.snyk.io/login?utm_campaign=Screaming-in-the-Cloud-podcast&utm_medium=Partner&utm_source=AWS TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by my friends at ThinkstCanary. Most companies find out way too late that they've been breached. ThinksCanary changes this and I love how they do it. Deploy canaries and canary tokens in minutes and then forget about them. What's great is the attackers tip their hand by touching them, giving you one alert, when it matters. I use it myself and I only remember this when I get the weekly update with a “we're still here, so you're aware” from them. It's glorious! There is zero admin overhead  to this, there are effectively no false positives unless I do something foolish. Canaries are deployed and loved on all seven continents. You can check out what people are saying at canary.love. And, their Kub config canary token is new and completely free as well. You can do an awful lot without paying them a dime, which is one of the things I love about them. It is useful stuff and not an, “ohh, I wish I had money.” It is speculator! Take a look; that's canary.love because it's genuinely rare to find a security product that people talk about in terms of love. It really is a unique thing to see. Canary.love. Thank you to ThinkstCanary for their support of my ridiculous, ridiculous non-sense.  Corey: Writing ad copy to fit into a 30 second slot is hard, but if anyone can do it the folks at Quali can. Just like their Torque infrastructure automation platform can deliver complex application environments anytime, anywhere, in just seconds instead of hours, days or weeks. Visit Qtorque.io today and learn how you can spin up application environments in about the same amount of time it took you to listen to this ad.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. This promoted episode features Clinton Herget, who's a principal solutions engineer at Snyk. Or ‘Snick.' Or ‘Cynic.' Clinton, thank you for joining me, how the heck do I pronounce your company's name?Clinton: That is always a great place to start, Corey, and we like to say it is ‘sneak' as in sneaking around or a pair of sneakers. Now, our colleagues in the UK do like to say ‘Snick,' but that is because they speak incorrectly. We will accept it; it is still wrong. As long as you're not saying ‘Sink' because it really has nothing to do with plumbing and we prefer to avoid that association.Corey: Generally speaking, I try not to tell other people how to run their business, but I will make an exception here because I can't take it anymore. According to CrunchBase, your company has raised $1.4 billion. Buy a vowel for God's sake. How much could it possibly cost for a single letter that clarifies all of this? My God.Clinton: Yeah, but then we wouldn't spend the first 20 minutes of every sales conversation talking about how to pronounce the company name and we would need to fill that with content. So, I think we're just going to stay the course from here on out.Corey: I like that. So, you're a principal solutions engineer. First, what does that do? And secondly, I've known an awful lot of folks who I would consider problem engineers, but they never self-describe that way. It's always solutions-oriented?Clinton: Well, it's because I worked for Snyk, and we're not a problems company, Corey, we're a solutions company.Corey: I like that.Clinton: It's an interesting role, right, because I work with some of our biggest customers, a lot of our strategic partners here in North America, and I'm kind of the evangelist that comes out and says, “Hey, here's what sucks about being a developer. Here's how we could maybe be better.” And I want to connect with other engineers to say, “Look, I share your pain, there might be an easier way, if you, you know, give me a few minutes here to talk about Snyk.”Corey: So, I've seen Snyk around for a while. I've had a few friends who worked there almost since the beginning and they talk about this thing—this was before, I believe, you had the Dobermann logo back in the early days—and I keep periodically seeing you folks in a variety of different contexts and different places. Often I'll be installing something from Docker Hub, for example, and it will mention that, oh, there's a Snyk scan thing that has happened on the command line, which is interesting because I, to the best of my knowledge, don't pay Docker for things that I do because, “No, I'm going to build it myself out of popsicle sticks,” is sort of my entire engineering ethos. But I keep seeing you in different cases where as best I am aware, I have never paid you folks for services. What is it you do as a company because you're one of those folks that I just keep seeing again and again and again, but I can't actually put my finger on what it is you do.Clinton: Yeah, you know, most people aren't aware that popsicle sticks are actually a CNCF graduated project. So, you know, that's that—Corey: Oh, and they're load-bearing in almost every piece of significant technical debt over the last 50 years.Clinton: Absolutely. Look at your bill of materials; it's there. Well, here's where I can drop in the other fun fact about Snyk's name, it's actually an acronym, right, stands for So, Now You Know. So, now you know that much, at least. Popsicle sticks, key component to any containerized infrastructure. Look, Snyk is a developer security company, right? And people hear that and go, “I'm sorry, what? I'm a developer; I don't give a shit about security.” Or, “I'm a security person”—Corey: Usually they don't say that out loud as often as you would hope, but it's like, “That's not true. I say that I care about security an awful lot.” It's like, “Yeah, you say that. Therein lies the rub.”Clinton: Until you get a couple of drinks in them at the party at re:Invent and then the real stuff comes out, right? No, Snyk is always been historically committed to the open-source community. We want to help open-source developers every bit as much as, you know, we're helping the engineers at our top-tier customers. And that's because fundamentally, open-source is inextricably linked to the way software is developed today, right? There is nobody not using open-source.And so we, sort of, have to be supporting those communities at the same time. And that fundamentally is where the innovation is happening. And you know, my sales guys hate when I say this, right, but you can get an amazing amount of value out of Snyk by using the freemium solution, using the open-source tooling that we've put out in the community, you get full access to our vulnerability database, which is updated every day, and if you're working on public projects, that's going to be free forever, right? We're fundamentally committed to making that work. If you're an enterprise that happens to have money to spend, I guess we'll take that too, right, but my job is really talking to developers and figuring out, you know, how can we reduce the amount of pain in your life through better security tooling?Corey: The challenging part is that your business, although I confess is significantly larger than my business, we're sort of on some level solving the same problem. And that sounds odd to say because I focus on fixing AWS bills and you're focused on improving developer security. But I'm moving up about six levels to the idea that there are only two big problems in the world of technology, in the world of companies for that matter. And the problem that we're solving is the worst one of the two. And that is reducing risk exposure.It is about eliminating downside. It's cost optimization, it's security tooling, it is insurance, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. And the other problem, the one that I've always found, that is the thing that will get people actually excited rather than something they feel obligated to do is speeding up time to market, improving feature velocity, being able to deliver the right things sooner. That's the problem companies are biasing towards investing in extremely heavily. They'll convene the board to come up with an answer there.That said, you stray closer into that problem space than most security companies that I'm aware of just because you do in fact, speed up the developer process. It let people move faster, but do it safely at least is my general understanding. If I'm completely wrong on this, and, “Nope, we are purely risk mitigation, then this is going to look fairly silly, but it wouldn't be the first time I put my foot in my mouth.”Clinton: Yeah, Corey, it sounds like you really read the first three words of the website, right? “Develop fast. Stay secure.” And I think that fundamentally gets at the traditional alignment, where security equals slow, right, because risk mitigation is all about preventing problematic things from going into production. But only doing that as a stop gate at the end of the process, right, by essentially saying we assume all developers are bad and want to do bad things, and so we're going to put up this big gate and generate an 1100 page PDF, and then throw it back to them and say, “Now, go figure out all of the bad things you did and how to fix them. And by the way, you're already overshooting your delivery target.” Right? So, there's no way to win in that traditional model unless you're empowering developers earlier with the right context they need to actually write more secure code to begin with, rather than remediating after the fact when those fixes are actually most expensive.Corey: It's the idea of the people who want to slow down and protect things and not break are on the operation side of the world, and then you have developers who want to ship things. And you have that natural tension, so we're going to smash them together and call it DevOps, which at least if nothing else, leads to interesting stories on stages. Whether it actually leads to lasting cultural transformation is another thing entirely. And then someone said, “Well, what about security?” And the answer is, “We have a security department?” And the answer is, “Yeah, you know, those grumpy people that say no all the time whenever we ask if we could do anything.” “Oh, that security department. I ignore them and go around them instead.” And it's, “All right, well, we need help on that so we're going to smash them in, too.” Welcome to DevSecOps, which is basically buzzword-driven cultural development. And here we are. But there is something to be said for you can no longer be the Department of No. I would argue that you couldn't do that successfully previously, but at least now we're a little more aware of it.Clinton: I think you could certainly do that when you were deploying software a couple times a year, right? Because you could build in all of the time to very expensively and time consumingly fix things after the fact, right? We're no longer in that world. I think when you're deploying every few seconds or a few minutes, what you need is tooling that, first of all, runs at that speed, that gives developers insights into what risk are they bringing on board with that application once it will be deployed, but then also give them the context they actually need to fix things, right? I mean, regardless of where those vulnerabilities are found, it still ultimately is a line of code that has to be written by a developer and committed and pushed through a pipeline to make it back into production.And that's true, whether we're talking about application security and proprietary code, we're talking about vulnerabilities in open-source, vulnerabilities in the container, infrastructure as code. I mean, it used to be that a network vulnerability was fixed by somebody going into the data center, unplugging a Cat 5 cable and plugging it in somewhere else, right? I mean, that was the definition of network security. It was a hardware problem. Now, networking is software-defined. I mean [laugh]—Corey: Oh, the firewall I trust is basically a wire cutter. Yeah, cut through the entire cable, and that is the only secure firewall. And it's like, oh, no, no, there are side-channel attacks. It's not completely going to solve things for you. Yeah.Clinton: You know, without naming names, there are certainly vendors in the security space that still consider mitigation to be shutting down access to a workload, right. Like, let's remediate by taking this off of the internet and allowing it to no longer be accessible.Corey: I don't think it's come from a security standpoint, but that does feel like it's a disturbing proportion of Google's product strategy.Clinton: [laugh]. Absolutely. But you know, I do think maybe we can take the forward-looking step of saying there are ways to fix issues while keeping applications online at the same time. For example, by arming engineers with the security intelligence they need when they're making decisions about what goes into those applications. Because those wire cutters now, that's a line in a YAML file, right?That's a Kubernetes deployment, that's a CloudFormation template, and that is living in code in the same repo with everything else, with all of the other logic. And so it's fundamentally indistinguishable at the point where all security is really now developer security, except the security tooling available doesn't speak to the developer, it doesn't integrate into their workflow, it doesn't enable them to make remediations, it's still slapping them on the wrist. And this is why I think when you talk about—to invoke one of the most overused buzzwords in the security industry—when you talk about shifting left, that's really only half the story. I mean, if you're taking a traditional solution that's designed to slow things down, and shifting that into the developer workflow, you're just slowing them down earlier, right? You're not enabling them with better decision-making capacity so they can say, “Oh, I now understand the risks that I'm bringing on board by not sanitizing a string before I dump it into a SQL, you know, query. But now I understand that better because Snyk is giving me that information at the right time when I don't have to context switch out of it, which is, as I'm writing that line of code to begin with.”Corey: When I look at your website—and I'm really, really hoping that your marketing folks don't turn me into a liar on this one between the time we have recorded this and the time it sees the light of day in a week or so—it's notable because you are a security vendor, but you almost wouldn't know that from your website. And that is a compliment because at no point, start to finish, on the landing page at snyk.io do I see anything that codes to, “Hackers are coming to kill you. Give us money immediately to protect yourself.”You're not slinging FUD. You're talking entirely about how to improve velocity. The closest it gets to even mentioning security stuff is, “Ship on time with peace of mind.” That is as close as it gets to talking about security stuff. There is no fear based on this, and you don't treat people like children and say, “Security is extremely important.” “Thank you, Professor, I really appreciate that helpful tip.”Clinton: Yeah, you know, again, I think we take the very controversial approach that developers are not bad people who want to make applications less secure, right? And I think again, when you go into that 40-year trajectory of that constant tension between the engineering and the security sides of the house, it really involves certain perceptions about what those other people are like: security are bad and want to shut everything down; developers are, you know, wild cowboys who don't care about standardization and are just introducing a bunch of risk, right? Where Snyk comes in is fundamentally saying, “Hey, we can actually all live together in a world where we recognize there's pain on both sides?” And look, Corey, I'm coming to you after essentially waking up every day for 20 years and writing code of some kind or other, and I can tell you, developers are already scared enough, man. It is a fearful and anxiety ridden experience to know that you're not completely in command of what happens to that application once it leaves your IDE, right?You know at some point you're going to get that PDF dumped on you; you're going to have a build block, you're going to have a bug report come in from a very important customer at three o'clock in the morning and you're going to have to do something about it. I think every software engineer in the world carries that fear around with them. They don't have to be told you have the capacity to do bad stuff here and you should be better at it. What they need is somebody to tell them here's how to do things better, right? Here's not necessarily even why a cross-site scripting attack is dangerous—although we can certainly educate you on that as well—but here's what you need to do to remediate it. Here's how other developers have fixed that in applications that look like yours.And if you get that intelligence at the right point, then it becomes truly—to go back to your original question—it becomes about solutions rather than about problems, right? The last thing we ever want to do is adopt that traditional approach of saying, “You did a bad thing. It's your fault. You have to go figure out what to do. And then by the way, you have to do all the refactoring on top of that because we didn't tell you you did the bad thing until three weeks later when that traditional SaaS tool finally finished running.”Corey: Exactly. It's a question of how much can you reduce that feedback loop? If I get pinged 60 seconds after I commit code that there's a problem with it, great. I still have that in my head. Mostly. I hope. But if it's six months later it's, “Who even wrote this?” And I pull up git blame and, “Ah, crap, it was me. What was I possibly thinking back then?” It's about being able to move rapidly and fix things, I guess, as early in the process as possible, the whole shift-left movement. That's important. That's valuable.Clinton: Yeah, the context switching is so expensive, right, because the minute you switch away from that file, you're reading some documentation. You're out of that world. Most of the developer's time is spent getting into and out of different contexts. Once you're in there, I mean, you could rattle off 40 lines of code in a sitting and actually clear a ticket and you feel really good about yourself, right? The next day, when that comes back from QA saying you did something wrong here, that's the painful part of having to get back in.And by the time you've already done that, you've doubled the amount of time you've spent on that feature. So, it's all about integrating the right intelligence in the right context at the right time, and doing so in such a way that we're not throwing around blame, that we're not saying, “You should have known better.” We're saying, “We want to help you do this better because, you know, ultimately, you're going to write another SQL query. That's okay. We hope that maybe this will inspire you to sanitize those strings properly, and we're going to give you some suggestions on how to do that.”Corey: Yeah. Developer time is way more expensive than the infrastructure. That is, I think, a little understood facet of how this works from an engineering perspective because an awful lot of us came up in this industry considering our time to be free. Because we were doing this as a hobby in some cases, it was. When I was in my dorm room back many years ago, as I was basically in the process of being expelled from boarding school, it was very clearly my time was not worth a whole hell of a lot to anyone at that point.Speaking of expensive things, I want to talk for a minute about your pricing. And what I like about this is, let me be clear here. I am a big fan of taking shortcuts wherever I can, and one of the shortcuts I love doing—and I don't know if I've talked about it on this show before—is when I'm talking to a company and I need to figure out do they know what they're doing or are they clowns, I cheat and I go to the pricing page. And there are two big things that I look for, and you have them both.The first is that over on the far left side of the spectrum, it's do you have a free option? And yes, you do. And, “Click here to get started immediately.” Great because it's three in the morning, I need to get something done, I'm under a deadline, I do not have time for a conversation with sales, and as an engineer, I absolutely don't want to deal with that type of sales process because it feels weird to go and ask my boss to go ahead and sign off on something because I feel like my spending authority is capped at $20. Now that I have a little more context, I understand exactly why [laugh] my spending authority was capped at $20 back when I was an engineer.Clinton: Yeah, exactly right. And so it's not only that commitment to ensuring every software engineer in the world can have access to Snyk immediately by making one click because, you know, ultimately, we're committed to that community, right? There's 3 million developers using Snyk currently. That's about 10% of all engineers in the world. We're very proud of that number.We expect that to continue to grow and I think it shows that there is need out there, right? And if we can enable every engineer who's up at 3 a.m. faced with some security prospect to say, you know, it is as simple as getting a free account and getting a vulnerability report, getting the remediation advice, being able to sleep easier. I think we're successful as a company, regardless of what the bottom line is. But when you look at how to scale that into the enterprise, the way security solutions are priced, I mean, it's like throwing a bunch of wet noodles at the wall and seeing what sticks, right?Corey: Yes. And that's the other piece of your pricing that I like is a lot of people are going to be listening to that, what I'm saying right now about, “Oh, well, we have a free tier. Why do you think we're clowns?” It's, “Ah. Because the other end is just as important if not more so, which is there has to be an enterprise tier, and the price for that has got to be, ‘Click here to have a conversation.'” And the reason behind that is if you work in procurement, which is very often who's going to be reaching out on something like this, you are going to need custom contracts; you are going to want a long-term enterprise deal, and if the top tier is X dollars per thing that's already there, it reeks of unsophisticated vendor to a buyer in that position, and it makes the people a big blue chip companies think, “Oh, they don't know how to deal with someone at our scale.” Pricing his messaging, and I think people lose sight of that. You absolutely say the right things on both ends. I look at this, and there's nothing I would change or improve about your pricing page, which to be honest, is really rare.Clinton: I'm not sure all of our sales leaders would agree with you there, but I will pass that feedback along. Well, and the other thing I would add to that is, what everyone who's in a pricing conversation wants is predictability about what is this going to be in the future, right? And so we base our pricing on how many developers are in your organization, right? That's probably a number you know; that's probably a number that you can predict over time. We're not going to say, “How many CPUs are we using, right? What's the footprint of the cloud resources we're deploying to scan your stuff?” These are all things that you have very little control over and there is alchemy there that introduces a financial risk into that situation. And we're all about risk mitigation at scale, right?Corey: You don't pop up halfway through a cycle of, “Oh, you've gone on a hiring spree. Time to go ahead and pay us a bunch more money you didn't plan for or budget for.” I've had vendors pop up a quarter after I signed a deal—repeatedly—and it drives me up a wall because back in my engineering days, it was, great, now I have to spend time on this that I hadn't planned for; I have to go to my boss and ask for more money, never a great conversation, and as a cherry on top, I get to look like I don't know how to manage vendors for crap. It's just everyone is angry about those conversations. And even the salespeople reaching out had the decency to act a little sheepish about having to have that conversation with me.Clinton: The best ones do, at least. Well, and on top of that, you know, maybe that tool has been capped so that now your bills are breaking because you went one over your cap, right? So, I—Corey: Yeah. I love it. When I fail in production. That's my favorite thing. It's like, “All right, we're going to wind up not scanning for security stuff anymore. And if you go five beyond your cap, we're going to start introducing vulnerabilities.” It's, “That's awesome. Just, great plan.” But I'm kidding. I'm kidding. I want to be very clear, I have never heard a whisper of an actual vendor doing that, on purpose anyway.Clinton: Exactly. Right. And you know, look. We want to make it as easy as possible, and that's why, for example, we're on AWS Marketplace. You can use your existing EDP program to, you know, buy Snyk, just as—Corey: At 50% of your spend on Snyk then winds up counting toward your spend commit, which is always an interesting approach that some people are like, “Ooh. So, we can wind up transferring the money that we're spending on a vendor to count toward our commit?” But in many cases, it's how much are you spending on other third-party vendors in this space because you're getting excited about a few tens of thousands in most cases, and you have a $50 million annual [laugh] commit. What are you doing there, buddy? That's like trying to become a millionaire via credit card points. It doesn't usually pan out that way.Clinton: Fair enough. Yeah. And then look, we're very proud of that partnership with Amazon. And look if hey, if they can lock some of our customers into $15 million a year spend contracts, we'll take a few pennies on that, right?Corey: Oh, yeah, as a vendor, you'd be silly not too. It makes sense. But you're doing significantly more than that. As of this week being re:Invent week, you are—well, tell me about it.Clinton: Yeah, Corey, we are thrilled to announce this week that AWS is now integrating with Snyk's vulnerability database within Amazon Inspector. And this is going to bring the best-of-breed security intelligence with a curated vulnerability database, including all of our proprietary research around things like exploit maturity, reachability, vulnerable conditions, social trends on vulnerabilities, all available within Amazon Inspector to any developer utilizing it. We also have an AWS code pipeline integration that makes it easy for anyone utilizing AWS for your CI/CD to get immediate feedback on vulnerabilities in your applications as they move through that pipeline. And remember, we're never just going to say, “We've identified a vulnerability. Now, you need to figure out what to do with it.” We're always going to integrate the remediation advice because our audience at the end of the day is the developer whose job it is to make the fix and who has such a wide variety of responsibility these days, the best we can do is say to them, not just, “We found something wrong,” but, “Here's the solution that we think you should implement to get that secure code back out into production.”Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at CloudAcademy. That's right, they have a different lab challenge up for you called, “Code Red: Repair an AWS Environment with a Linux Bastion Host.” What does it do? Well, its going to assess your ability to troubleshoot AWS networking and security issues in a production like environment. Well, kind of, its not quite like production because some exec is not standing over your shoulder, wetting themselves while screaming. But..ya know, you can pretend in fact I'm reasonably certain you can retain someone specifically for that purpose should you so choose. If you are the first prize winner who completes all four challenges with the fastest time, you'll win a thousand bucks. If you haven't started yet you can still complete all four challenges between now and December 3rd to be eligible for the grand prize. There's only a few days left until the whole thing ends, so I would get on it now. Visit cloudacademy.com/corey. That's cloudacademy.com/C-O-R-E-Y, for god's sake don't drop the “E” that drives me nuts, and thank you again to Cloud Academy for not only promoting my ridiculous non sense but for continuing to help teach people how to work in this ridiculous environment.Corey: First, congratulations. It's neat to have a first-party integration like that with an AWS service, as opposed to, you know, their somewhat storied approach of, “Hey, it's an open-source project. We're just going to implement something that's API compatible ourselves, and irritate people.” Now, to be clear, my problem is not that you should expect to build anything and not face competition. My concern is a little bit more along the lines of, “Huh. Why is that same company always the first in line to compete with something.” Which is neither here nor there.Security is also one of those areas where I think competition is important. You want it continual background level of investment in the space because this stuff is super important. What I like about Snyk and a number of companies in this space is I know exactly where you stand. Let's contrast that for a second with AWS. You're integrating with Inspector, which is a great service, but you're not, I don't believe, integrating with their other security services such as [big breath in] Amazon Detective, the Audit Manager—if you want to consider that one of them—Amazon Macie, AWS Firewall Manager, AWS Shield, the Network Firewall, IoT Device Defender, CloudTrail, Config.Amazon Inspector is in one you're there, but not really Security Hub, or GuardDuty, or IAM itself. And I look at all of these services—I mean, IAM is free, of course, but the rest are very much not—and I do some basic arithmetic and I'm starting to realize that if I can figure all the various AWS security services together and what that's going to cost me, it turns out the answer is more than the data breach. So, on some level, it's one of those—at what point is it so confusing and it starts to look like a cross-sell deal between all of the different services, and turn them all on because you could ever have too much security, we still have to ship things eventually. And their security messaging has been extraordinarily confused for a long time. At some level, the fact that you are now integrating with them on the Inspector side means that for the first time, I think I understand what Inspector does now, which is more than a little messed up. But here we are.Clinton: Indeed. Well, the first thing I would say on that is, you know, stay tuned. As we move into the new year. I think you're going to see a lot more announcements both, you know, on the AWS side, but also kind of industry-wide and terms of integration with Snyk. That Vulnerability Database feed also, as you mentioned earlier, in use in Docker Hub, so anyone with Containers and Docker Hub can get advantage by scanning with our Snyk container tool.We have other integrations with Red Hat, for example. And there are actually many other companies utilizing that DB feed to, again, get access to that best in breed vulnerability data. When you talk about that model of, you know, being outcompeted on the security front, I think that's more difficult to do when you're actually talking about data, right? Like tooling, on some level—and I might get in trouble for saying this—but tooling is commodity, right? Somebody tomorrow is going to come out with a better tool to do a thing a little bit faster in a little bit more intuitive way. What can't be easily replicated is the data and intelligence behind that, right? And so that's why—Corey: Yeah, the secret sauce that makes you folks work is not the fact of, “Ah, we can fire off or catch a web hook, and then run the following command against the codebase.” That is—sure it's handy and it's useful and you're good at that, but that is not the reason that people become your customer.Clinton: Exactly right. Look, there's a lot of tools that can resolve the dependency tree within your open-source application, right? We can do that as well. We leverage a lot of open-source to do that, you know, we're very open with that. As I mentioned earlier, a lot of Snyk tooling is available on GitHub, you can see how it works, that code is public.Really the value we're providing is in that curated security research that our dedicated team is working on day in and day out and verifying public security data that's out in CVEs. Is this actually accurate? Do we agree with the severity rating? Might there be other factors that could modify that severity rating? What happens when you are scanning an application that might have some vulnerable conditions versus others? Don't you want to prioritize those vulnerabilities differently? What happens at runtime, right? If you're deploying an application to an EC2 instance with an OpenSSH ingress into your security group, that's going to make certain vulnerabilities a lot bigger risk than if you've got your IAC configured correctly, right? So, the really the overall mission of Snyk as we move into this broader, kind of, ASPM application, you know, security posture management space, is to say, how many different signals across the SDLC can we combine in intuitive ways for the developer to understand that risk at the right time with the right context and armed with the remediation advice to make a better decision as they're writing their code, you know, rather than after the fact? If I could sum it all up, kind of, that's the vision of where we are both today and ultimately where we're going.Corey: There also needs to be an understanding of who the customer is. If I go through the launch wizard and spin up in a brand new account, my first EC2 instance, and I spin up an instance by going through the wizard, the first thing it does is yell at me. Because, “Ah, that SSH port is open to the world.” Which you need to get into it, once it's there. So, it sets that up for me and yells at me all in the same breath. And it's, this is not a promising start; I kind of need that to get into it.Conversely, if you're not someone learning this stuff for the first time, and you're, oh I don't know, a production engineer at a bank, you care quite a bit differently in that use case about things like OpenSSH groups, it's security posture, et cetera, et cetera. An awful lot of the tooling is, “Ah, you're failing this benchmark, and this benchmark, and this benchmark,” from CIS and the rest of all these rules of, oh, you're not encrypting your data at rest. Well, it's in an AWS data center environment. Yeah, if someone could break in and steal the drives from multiple facilities and somehow recombine them together and get out alive, yeah, that's really not my threat model.But it's easy to turn it on and check a box and make an auditor go away. But that's not where I would spend the bulk of my energies if I'm trying to improve my security posture. And it turns into rote checklists super easily. The thing I've always appreciated about the stuff that you're tooling in the open-source world has highlighted is it's not nonsense. And I really can't understate just how valuable that is.Clinton: Absolutely. And that comes from a combination of signals across that SDLC, from the open-source, from the container, from the proprietary code, from the IAC, but then also what's happening at runtime, right? Like, how are those containers actually deployed onto EKS? What ports are open? What running binaries are on the container that might influence, you know, what packages you choose to upgrade, versus not?All of that matters, and what—you know, the issue I think now is getting that visibility to the developer at the right time so that they can make it actionable. And the thing about infrastructure as code, that I think that's really interesting and not super well understood is a lot of those defaults are really insecure. And developers have no idea, right? Like, they might not be aware that if you don't define that encryption for your S3 bucket, it'll happily deploy unencrypted, right? Yes, that's a compliance problem, but that's also potentially exacerbator have other vulnerabilities that might be in that application.But you only see those when you can combine and have a single pane of glass that gives you the runtime signaling plus everything that's happening in the application, armed with the correct information to actually remediate that at the time, and say, “Don't you think you wanted to add, you know, AES encryption to this bucket? Don't you think you wanted to close down port 22?” And also, combine that with your internal business logic, right? Like maybe for an internal only application that never transits beyond your VPC perimeter, sure, it's fine to have port 22 open, right? There's just going to be people within your zero-trust environment authenticating to it. But for your production web application, that might be a different story.Corey: There are other concerns, too. For example, I'm sitting here complaining about the idea of encrypting at rest in an AWS environment, but if you've signed customer contracts that state that you're doing it, you'd better freaking do it, as opposed to, “Well, I know what the actual security risk is and it's no big deal.” Yeah, don't make that decision. If you are contractually obligated to do a thing. Don't YOLO it; do what you say you're going to do. That's that whole integrity thing.Clinton: Oh, sure. And look in a battle between security and compliance. Compliance always wins, right? But from a developer perspective, I don't know that we on the front lines writing code actually differentiate, right? That certainly is a matter for the people defining the policies and, you know, creating their gating mechanisms in CI to figure out.What I want to know as a developer is, is my build going to succeed, right? Or am I going to get shut down and get the nastygram that says, you know, “We couldn't launch this for x, y, and z reason.” Now, everybody on my team hates me, my lead dev is on me, now there's a bunch of merge conflicts because my branch is behind. I want to get that out into production, but in order to do that, I need information on how are all these signals going to be compiled together in a way that, you know, creates that red light or green light on the risk dashboard later on. But up until I think, you know, relatively recently, I don't have visibility into that except to launch the commit, you know, start the build and see what happens, and then I have that context-switching problem, right, because it's hours or days later, that I finally get that signal back.So yes, I think we have a compliance story to tell from the Snyk perspective as well. A lot of those same issues, you know, we're detecting, especially with regard to infrastructure as code, but it ultimately is up to various parts of the organization to work together and say, “What balance do we want to strike between security and velocity,” right? Understanding that those are not mutually opposed. What we need is tooling and more importantly a culture that takes both into account and allows us to develop securely and fast at the same time.Corey: I want to thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me about all this. If people want to learn more, where can they find you? And for God's sake, please don't say in your booth at re:Invent.Clinton: [laugh]. I will not be at re:Invent this year. I've had a little bit too much of the Vegas Strip here recently.Corey: No, I hear you. Right now, the people going are those whose employers find them expendable, which is why I'm there.Clinton: I wouldn't say that Corey. I think you'll do great, and you know, just make sure to bank all your vacation for a couple weeks after. Look, come to snyk.io start a conversation, but more importantly, just start using it, right?I don't want to give you the sales pitch; I want you to see the value in the tooling, and the easiest way to do that as an engineer is just to start using it. And if there is value there, you want to bring it to your enterprise. I would love to have that conversation and move forward. But engineer to engineer, like, figure out if this is going to work for you: does it make your life easier? Does it reduce the pain and anxiety you feel before making that commit into the production branch? And if so, then yeah, we'd love to talk.Corey: I will, of course, put links to that in the [show notes 00:33:22]. Thank you so much for speaking to me today. I really appreciate it.Clinton: Thank you, Corey. Glad to do it.Corey: Clinton Herget, principal solutions engineer at Snyk. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with an angry comment yelling at Snyk about how they're a terrible company because they continually refuse to patronize your side business down at the Vowel Emporium.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Ask a House Cleaner
How to Clean a Bathroom Sink - THE EASY WAY | Sink Spinner Product Review

Ask a House Cleaner

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 8:43


I get asked how to clean your bathroom sink several times a week and until now there really is no easy way. You get soap and a scrub sponge and you carve out five minutes to scrape off dried toothpaste and shaving cream from the bathroom sink. Then I got a call from Bryan Alintoff, CEO of Sink Spinner and he was like "you can stop cleaning now." When I saw the Sink Spinner https://sinkspinner.com and how it works and the time-saving possibilities to your daily routine, that "no-brainer" lightbulb went off. I asked him to join me here to show you what he showed me. Leave your comments in the notes below. What do you think is this a super cool gizmo or what? #bathroomcleaning #cleaning Today's Ask a House Cleaner sponsor is Savvy Cleaner Training and certification for house cleaners and maids. (https://savvycleaner.com/join) And your host today is #AngelaBrown *** PROMISED LINKS AND GOOD KARMA RESOURCES *** The Sink Spinner - https://sinkspinner.com Sink Spinner Breakaway Feature - https://youtu.be/LwTmVRswB98 Sink Spinner Is So Easy to Install, Even a Child Can Do It Sink Spinner Instruction Video v5 - https://youtu.be/Fz8C26bHCsA How to Install Attachments to Your Sink Spinner - https://youtu.be/_dE6aSP8YhI *** RATE THIS SHOW *** https://sotellus.com/r/savvy-cleaner *** RATE THIS PODCAST *** https://ratethispodcast.com/askahousecleaner *** TRAINING & CLEANING CERTIFICATION*** https://savvycleaner.com/join *** MOST REQUESTED LIST OF CLEANING STUFF I USE *** https://www.Amazon.com/shop/AngelaBrown ***FUNNY CLEANING SHIRTS – THANK YOU GIFTS FOR MAIDS*** Daily Giveaway - https://funnycleaningshirts.com *** CONNECT WITH ANGELA ON SOCIAL MEDIA *** Facebook: https://Facebook.com/SavvyCleaner Twitter: https://Twitter.com/SavvyCleaner Instagram: https://Instagram.com/SavvyCleaner Pinterest: https://Pinterest.com/SavvyCleaner Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/SavvyCleaner TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@savvycleaner? *** GOT A QUESTION FOR A SHOW? *** Email it to Angela[at]AskaHouseCleaner.com Voice Mail: Click on the blue button at https://askahousecleaner.com *** FREE EBOOK – HOW TO START YOUR OWN HOUSE CLEANING COMPANY *** http://amzn.to/2xUAF3Z *** PROFESSIONAL HOUSE CLEANERS PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP *** https://www.facebook.com/groups/ProfessionalHouseCleaners/ *** VRBO AIRBNB CLEANING FACEBOOK GROUP *** https://www.facebook.com/groups/VRBO.Airbnb.Cleaning/ *** LOOKING FOR A WAY TO GET MORE CLEANING LEADS *** https://housecleaning360.com *** WHAT IS ASK A HOUSE CLEANER? *** Ask a House Cleaner is a daily show where you get to ask your house cleaning questions and we provide answers. Learn how to clean, how to declutter, and how to create a space to live in that makes your heart sing. Our host, Angela Brown, a professional house cleaner for 25 years, ran and managed one of the largest independently owned cleaning companies in the Southeast United States. She is the CEO and founder of Savvy Cleaner Training for House Cleaners and Maids. *** SPONSORSHIPS & BRANDS *** We do work with sponsors and brands. If you are interested in working with us and you have a product or service that is cohesive to the cleaning industry here's how to work with us -https://savvycleaner.com/brand-deals *** THIS SHOW WAS SPONSORED BY *** SAVVY CLEANER - House Cleaner Training and Certification – https://savvycleaner.com MY CLEANING CONNECTION – Your hub for all things cleaning – https://mycleaningconnection.com SAVVY PERKS – Employee Pricing for Small Business Owners – https://savvyperks.com VRBO AIRBNB CLEANING – Cleaning tips and strategies for your short-term rental https://TurnoverCleaningTips.com FUNNY CLEANING SHIRTS – Incentive and thank you gifts for house cleaners and maids. https://FunnyCleaningShirts.com *** VIDEO CREDITS *** VIDEO/AUDIO EDITING: Kristin O https://savvycleaner.com/reviews/kristin-o HOST: Angela Brown https://savvycleaner.com/reviews/angela-brown PRODUCER: Savvy Cleaner https://savvycleaner.com

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva
11 - 30 - 21 SINK PIG AND UNWANTED NICKNAMES

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 6:37


11 - 30 - 21 SINK PIG AND UNWANTED NICKNAMES by Maine's Coast 93.1

TRIVIALITY - A Trivia Game Show Podcast

Not a Robot patron Don Puckett hosts this week's excellent episode! Oakland 5 patron Matt Iguchi teams up with Jen to take on Ken and Jeff. The teams answer great history questions and play a little Letterman style swing round “Sink or Float?” Which team will rise to the top? Supporters: https://www.trivialitypodcast.com/the-cream-of-the-crop/ Support us Directly: www.Patreon.com/TrivialityPodcast   Please RATE, REVIEW, and SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your preferred podcast app! Follow us on social media, and support the show on Patreon for great perks! www.TrivialityPodcast.com www.Facebook.com/TrivialityPod www.Twitter.com/TrivialityPod Want to hear your trivia question during an episode? Send us question to the email: TrivialityPodcast@Gmail.com with the subject QUESTION 5 and a host's name (Ken, Matt, Neal, or Jeff). We will read one listener submitted question per round. [New Episodes Every Tuesday] © Triviality – 2021

Locked On Lightning - Daily Podcast On The Tampa Bay Lightning
Bolts sink Kraken 3-0, Yanni returns home

Locked On Lightning - Daily Podcast On The Tampa Bay Lightning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 33:38


The Lighting made easy work of the Seattle Kraken on Friday night with a 3-0 win at home. Andrei Vasilevskiy picked up his second straight shutout, as well as his 200th career victory. Host Adam Denker discusses the win, as well as the return of Yanni Gourde back to Tampa for the first time since the Stanley Cup Final. Adam wraps up with a look at the remaining games of November, and tomorrow's matchup with the Wild. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! 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. 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. StatHero StatHero is the first of its kind Daily Fantasy Sports platform where it's YOU vs. the HOUSE in head to head fantasy matchups - winner take all. Sign up for FREE - RIGHT NOW - at StatHero.com/HOCKEY and use promo code HOCKEY for a One Hundred Percent Deposit Match. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

El Clásico Podcastico: a Barcelona and Real Madrid podcast
Xavi First Impressions, Real Madrid Keep Rolling

El Clásico Podcastico: a Barcelona and Real Madrid podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 109:53


Happy Thanksgiving, El Clasico Fanaticos! Sink your teeth into this meaty episode as the boys Mark and Payton discuss the latest action in the La Liga and Champions League games for Barcelona and Real Madrid. Barcelona took on Espanyol in a Catalan Derby to be remembered as Xavi's first game and victory at the helm of the Blaugrana (6:25). Real Madrid then faced lowly Granada in a bountiful harvest of a game for Los Blanco's (37:50). The boys then move on from the La Liga appetizers to the Champions League entrees, as Barcelona attempted to secure their spot in the knockout stages with a victory against Benfica (59:19). Real Madrid then finished off the podcasting week with a chance at redemption against Sheriff and lock up their number one seed leaving their group (1:34:45). Sit down, pull up a chair, WASH YOUR HANDS, and enjoy this full course meal of El Clasico Podcastico!

ESPN FC
PSG Sink Against Man City

ESPN FC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 49:18


The FC crew break down Man City's 2-1 win over PSG and debate whether Pochettino is capable of making PSG's front three of Messi, Neymar and Mbappe perform at a higher rate. Plus, AC Milan keep their UCL hopes alive thanks to a late goal from an unlikely hero, and Borussia Dortmund continue to slide without Erling Haaland and crash out of the Champions League group stage.

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki
Lost and Found in Love

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 5:40


"The consciousness of the oneness of God and you restores the lost Truth of all Scripture, reestablishes health, harmony, completeness and thereby ends discord and limitation.  Looking outside yourself for the source of grace, you lose the real presence within.  Shankara wrote: “If the supreme Truth remains unknown, the study of Scripture is fruitless; the study of the letter alone is useless; the Spirit must be sought out by intuition.” And Paul says: “The letter killeth, but the Spirit giveth life.”-Joel Goldsmith, Spiritual Interpretation of Scripture "Being must be felt.  It can't be thought." -Eckhart Tolle" God is not seen with the eyes but felt as the consciousness within." -Ramana Maharshi Today's Practice:Taste God and hold onto the aftertaste for as long as you can.  Sink into God.  Marinate in God.  Dissolve in God. Become aware of your Self as God. I Love you, Niknikki@curlynikki.com

STEAL. Salary Cap Dynasty Fantasy Football
Nine Torpedo Players That Threaten To Sink Your Champion-ship (Episode 90)

STEAL. Salary Cap Dynasty Fantasy Football

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 27:27


Sean and Tim turn on the sonar to detect nine "torpedo players" that threaten to leave a hole in your lineup during the playoffs. These guys face the toughest matchups in those critical games: Leonard Fournette (3:48) Josh Jacobs (5:38) Clyde Edwards-Helaire (7:27) Carson Wentz (11:07) Josh Allen (12:20) Mo Alie-Cox/Jack Doyle (16:14) Terry McLaurin (18:00) Panthers DST (20:42) and Justin Tucker (22:56). Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to STEAL, and join the conversation on The STEAL Pod Facebook group!

BSN Colorado Avalanche Podcast
DNVR Avalanche Podcast: Cale Makar & the Colorado Avalanche sink the Seattle Kraken in blowout win

BSN Colorado Avalanche Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 55:38


The Colorado Avalanche THRASHED the Seattle Kraken in their first ever meeting. AJ, Rudo, and Blais go over what the Avalanche did right in order to win on the road against Seattle. Cale Makar had a vintage Cale Makar game where he completely took over. Darcy Keumper had a great game as well as he took a shut out all the way to the third period. Come join the fellas as they celebrate an Avalanche win!

Switched on Pop
Snotty Nose Rez Kids on hip hop and Indigenous protest

Switched on Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 26:42


Merging hip hop and Indigenous culture, rap duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids are creating a sound that goes hard for a cause. On tracks like “War Club” with DJ Shub, Young Tribz and Yung D connect Indigenous protests to the Black Lives Matter movement, and on “Boujee Natives,” Snotty Nose Rez Kids celebrate traditional culture through a modern lens. But as much as this music has a message, it also bangs, and SNRK's new album After Life runs the gamut of emotions; from tackling police brutality on “Red Sky at Night” to celebrating their community on “Wild Boy.” Their first tour since COVID brought them to Los Angeles, where Nate talked to the band repping the Haisla Nation about pipeline protests, reclaiming the term “savage,” and how the hell the Disney movie Pocahontas ever got greenlit. Songs Discussed Snotty Nose Rez Kids - Red Sky At Night, War Club, Creator Made An Animal, Sink or Swim, Boujee Natives, Wild Boy, Northern Lights, Something Else Megan Thee Stallion - Savage Jay Z and Kanye West - Otis Kendrick Lamar - Alright Check out a playlist of our favorite SNRK tracks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices