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The Plunge
Sixteen Creamers | Episode#210 w/ 2GirlsBeingBros

The Plunge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 86:48


Vic & Roxanne from 2GirlsBeingBros podcast join Riley & Hunt this week to talk Tim Hortons vs Dunkins, why you shouldn't escape to Canada following Roe v. Wade, Hairless animals, having to order Big Mike's coffe order, and the effect on climate change from going #2 in the woods. Also Hunter is a boat captain and takes the dogs out, Riley got stonewalled by protesting feminists, and Roxanne's intestines become the star of the show. We have Vic try to pronounce NH/MA town names, do Plunge Picks of hairless animals, and finish with some of our favorite TikTokers   Check out 2GirlsBeingBros here!   Become a Patron of The Plunge for just $1 at patreon.com/theplunge. Being a patron will get you access to our exclusive shows, including a post show of every Plunge,  'Plungeons & Dragons', 'Will You Rather?',  'Inside P&D', 'Royal Mumble', and a Patreon exclusive 'The Plunge' every month. Additional tiers involve extra perks like shout outs, raffles, stickers and more!   Buy the new Plunge Athletics shirt for just $10 here; https://www.plungepodcast.com/product-page/plunge-athletics-shirt   We are now a part of Treignwreck Entertainment and are teaming up with their other podcasts "Let's Talk Records" and "The Keep Up Podcast". Go check them out at treignwreck.com   Email us at plungepodcast@outlook.com today to become the next #PlungeAthlete   Find all things plunge at linktr.ee/theplunge   Check out ADAM AND EVE! Get 10 FREE ITEMS using code PLUNGE at checkout to get 50% off your item, 6 free movies, free shipping, and then an extra item for him, her and both of you only on adameve.com   Go to Ohfishl.com and use code PLUNGE at checkout for 25% off!   We are one of six Flagship shows on the Inner Circle Podcast Network, follow it on all social media @InnerCirclePN   RIPPODCOIN RIPDAVIS RIPPODCOIN RIPMACMILLER RIPOLIVERTHEDOG RIPVERNTROYER RIPGRANDPA(x3) RIPGRANDMA RIPHARAMBE RIPWUTZKE RIPHERMAJESTY? RIPNOTREDAME RIPSEASON1 RIPTHE RIPKOBE RIPSEASONTWOOBA   Subscribe to "The Inner Circle Presents" on all streaming platforms to here Inner Circle original shows like Inner Circle Sports Podcast, Winners Circle, and Creatures of the Night. Visit InnercirclePN.com for more information.   Follow us on twitter and instagram @PlungePodcast.   Available for Download on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart, RadioPublic, Listen Notes, and PodBean.   Leave a review if you liked the show!

Hot Off The Wire
G-7 united in support of Ukraine; 46 found dead in Texas; three killed after train hits dump truck | Top headlines for June 27 & 28, 2022

Hot Off The Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 12:20


Leaders of the world's wealthiest democracies have struck a united stance to support Ukraine for “as long as necessary” as Russia's invasion grinds on, and said Tuesday they would explore far-reaching steps to cap Kremlin income from oil sales that are financing the war. The final statement from the Group of Seven sets up more discussion in the weeks ahead to “explore” measures to bar import of Russian oil above a certain level. Leaders also agreed on a ban on imports of Russian gold and to step up aid to countries hit with food shortages by the blockade on Ukraine grain shipments through the Black Sea. The House Jan. 6 panel says it is calling a surprise hearing on Tuesday to present “recently obtained evidence.” The hearing comes after Congress left Washington for a two-week recess. Lawmakers on the panel investigating the 2021 insurrection said last week that there would be no more hearings until July. The subject of the hearings is so far unclear.  Forty-six people have been found dead after being abandoned in a tractor-trailer on a remote back road in Texas. It's the latest tragedy to claim the lives of migrants smuggled across the border from Mexico to the U.S. Sixteen people were hospitalized, including four children. San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said a city worker was alerted to the situation by a cry for help shortly before 6 p.m. Monday. Fire Chief Charles Hood said 12 of those taken to hospitals were adults and four were children. He said they were hot to the touch and dehydrated, and no water was found in the trailer. Three people were killed and dozens others were injured Monday when an Amtrak passenger train traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago struck a dump truck and derailed in a remote, rural area of Missouri. A Missouri State Highway Patrol spokesman says two of the people who died were on the train and one was in the truck. Ghislaine Maxwell faces the likelihood of years in prison when she is sentenced for helping the wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse underage girls. Tuesday morning's sentencing hearing in New York will be the culmination of a prosecution that detailed how Epstein and Maxwell flaunted their riches and associations with prominent people to groom vulnerable girls and then exploit them. Maxwell, denies abusing anyone. Her lawyers have asked the judge to sentence her to no more than five years imprisonment. Prosecutors say she deserves at least 30 years behind bars. Public tours of the White House will resume a full operating schedule next month, after nearly a year and a half of disruptions due to the coronavirus pandemic. Tours resumed on a limited basis, being held only Friday and Saturday mornings, on April 15, and will now return to their normal schedule from Tuesday through Saturday, excluding federal holidays, beginning on July 19. In sports, the Yankees roll on, Toronto's Gausman strikes out 10, Angels-Mariners brawl leads to suspensions. The fall of Roe v. Wade shifted the battleground over abortion to courthouses around the country, as abortion foes looked to quickly enact statewide bans and the other side sought to buy more time. Many of the court cases will focus on “trigger laws” that were designed to go into effect when Roe v. Wade was overturned. On Monday, a Louisiana judge issued an order that blocks enforcement of Louisiana's trigger law. The Supreme Court has sided with a football coach from Washington state who sought to kneel and pray on the field after games. Monday's ruling could strengthen the acceptability of some religious practices in other public school settings. The court ruled 6-3 along ideological lines for the coach. The justices said the coach's prayer was protected by the First Amendment.  The court also ruled for doctors who face criminal charges for overprescribing powerful pain medication, in a case arising from the opioid addiction crisis. Justice Stephen Breyer wrote for the court Monday that prosecutors must prove that doctors knew they were illegally prescribing powerful pain drugs in violation of the federal Controlled Substances Act.  Ukrainian officials say scores of civilians are feared killed or injured after a Russian missile strike hit a crowded shopping mall in the central city of Kremenchuk. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in a Telegram post Monday that the number of victims was “unimaginable,” citing reports that more than 1,000 civilians were inside at the time of the attack. Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani was slapped on the back by a worker at a grocery store while campaigning for his son, Andrew, who is running for governor. The man was charged with assault. Leonardo Del Vecchio, who founded eyewear empire Luxottica and turned an everyday object into a global fashion item, has died in Italy. He was 87. Italian media said Del Vecchio died in a Milan hospital. Facebook and Instagram have begun promptly removing posts that offer abortion pills to women who may not be able to access them following a Supreme Court decision that stripped away constitutional protections for the procedure. The platforms' parent company, Meta, said it has a policy against gifting or selling pharmaceutical drugs. The Supreme Court ruling to overturn its 1973 Roe v. Wade decision is unpopular with a majority of Americans — but did that matter? The short answer: it's complicated.  There's evidence that the public has an indirect role in the judiciary, but that might be changing. And researchers acknowledge a relationship between the two, but it's probably not a direct link. Police say a man who complained there was too much mayonnaise on his sandwich opened fire Sunday at a Subway sandwich shop in Atlanta, killing one employee and injuring another. Police said Monday that a suspect had been arrested, but they did not identify him. Police say the man argued with the two female workers and then opened fire. The store's owner says it breaks his heart that someone had the audacity to shoot someone over mayonnaise on his sandwich. A judge has found that there is enough evidence against a man once briefly married to Britney Spears to go to trial for felony stalking. Authorities say Jason Allen Alexander appeared uninvited at Spears' June 9 wedding to longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari at her home in Thousand Oaks, California. —The Associated Press See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Business of Home Podcast
Lindsey Adelman: "If it's fun, do it."

Business of Home Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 41:54


Lighting designer Lindsey Adelman went out on her own in 2006 and scored a hit right away. Her debut piece, the now-iconic branching bubble chandelier, was a huge success—only the first of many. Sixteen years later, she's built a thriving bicoastal business, with top designers and celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow among her enthusiastic patrons. On this episode of the podcast, she speaks with host Denis Scully about whether she thinks the industry is due for a slowdown, how imagining Donatella Versace was her client led to a breakthrough, and why designers need to embrace instinct, play and humor in their work.This episode is sponsored by Vaughan and Serena & Lily LINKSLindsey AdelmanDennis ScullyBusiness of Home

Arroe Collins
Arroe Unplugged Page One Thousand Three Hundred Sixteen

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 5:18


Ready, Set, Live with Gary Quinn
Christine Devine, Sixteen Time Emmy Winning Journalist

Ready, Set, Live with Gary Quinn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 25:43


Gary interviews Christine Devine, Sixteen Time Emmy Winning Journalist on Ready Set Live.

The Old Ways Podcast
The Old Ways Podcast - Blood Moon Rising - Episode Sixteen

The Old Ways Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 80:03


Alex calls a coterie meeting flush with fresh information, while Rahm struggles to keep themselves from falling into the local press. Marcus lays out his concerns for what is coming.

21 Seconds Racing
Ep. #181 Lee Berwick Futurity Trial Preview

21 Seconds Racing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 59:44


Sixteen trials this weekend for the Lee Berwick Futurity over two days of trials. This episode also talks about the Rita Danley Distaff and trials for the Cyclone and Prairie Meadows Gold Derbies. Good luck to everyone running this weekend and thanks for listening --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twentyoneseconds/support

CFO Thought Leader
812: When Leadership Came Calling | Angela Pierce, CFO, Anaconda

CFO Thought Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 53:25


Looking back on her career as a corporate finance executive, Angela Pierce says that the call of leadership arrived at a moment of unvarnished frustration. Sixteen years ago, when the management of Level 3 Communications was expressing a keen interest in acquiring Pierce's then-company, Broadwing Corporation, it was not the first time that Pierce found herself sitting across from Level 3 corporate development executives.    In fact, as Broadwing's vice president of finance, Pierce had been involved in two earlier engagements when Level 3 executives had expressed similar sentiments—only to have nothing come out of the exercises in M&A due diligence. For Pierce, the third engagement necessitated a more direct approach—one that signaled to Level 3 that Broadwing management was confident that further negotiation was not necessary. “At some point, you have acquired the required competence from your past experiences, so I said to the executive, ‘Look, I don't want to do this again, so here's the deal,'” recalls Pierce, who adds that she shortly received a term sheet for a $1.4 billion deal that would be signed only a few days later. While Pierce says that she was just expressing a sentiment shared by Broadwing's wider management, her grasp of the deal's fundamentals and confidence in her own ability to deliver the message abruptly quelled any angst concerning her future leadership roles.    “At that moment,” she observes, “I realized that I wanted to be the one to make the call.” –Jack Sweeney 

Jazz Bastard Podcast
Jazz Bastard Podcast 244 - Sixteen Pieces Vs. Six Strings

Jazz Bastard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 92:47


Big bands tempt the ambitious jazzer with their expansive possibilities for arrangements, the variegated colors they offer, and their sheer power.  But, boy, those budgets!  These days you need a generous label or a grant or two to make things work.  We take a look at a very seventies example of the genre and then a brand new effort by a young woman barely old enough to drive.  A guitar trio and a guitar solo fill out the episode, and they couldn't be at further ends of the in to out spectrum.   In the end show, Mike fills us in on a couple major acts he caught recently in San Diego.  Grace Fox – ELEVEN O'SEVEN;  Oz Noy/Riverside Trio – RIVERSIDE; Samo Salamon – DOLPHYOLOGY; Oliver Nelson – SKULL SESSION.

Authentic and Unapologetic

Hi PUMPKIN and welcome to episode SIXTEEN of season three of the podcast! Today I'm talking all about my trip to Florida and all the insights I had and lessons I learned. Tons of jewels of wisdom in this one! THINGS MENTIONED: Kloee's North/South Node Vid: https://youtu.be/0HhnzrDT4zQ Alyssa Sharpe Vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4siqpekzRg SUPPORT THE PODCAST Paypal: http://paypal.me/koffeetwitch Cashapp: $KhloeNegrete Venmo: @Khloe-Negrete

Shaping Success With Wes Tankersley
Perfectly Flawed| Janea Sergio

Shaping Success With Wes Tankersley

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 39:38


Sixteen-year-old Janae Sergio walks the streets of Hollywood, Californiaterrified and focused on how to survive while avoiding attempts to be lured intodrug addiction and sex trafficking.After making a life-changing decision to join the U.S. Navy, she experienced yetanother petrifying adventure when at just nineteen, she was amongst the firstservice members to be forward deployed in support of Operation EnduringFreedom.Some would label her a hero for her contributions to preserving freedom aroundthe world. But most importantly, Janae became the hero she always needed forherself.She went on to become a successful businesswoman where she was recentlyselected as the Chief of Air Force Lodging managing a portfolio of 88 Air ForceHotels. After gaining a large social media platform, she turned her childhood dreaminto a reality by opening an online fashion boutique where she helps women stepout of their comfort zones and embrace their own "flaws" as what makes themunique. Janae's perseverance has been a source of inspiration for millions of peoplearound the world. This story will have you reflecting on the hero you can becomefor yourself.Prior to being sent to war, Janae was no stranger to facing the unknown as that'sexactly what she had to do when she was dropped off at a homeless shelter at theyoung age of 16."No one is going to rescue you. It is never too late to take the first steptowards becoming the hero you have always needed."Follow JaneaLinktr.we/janea_perfectlyflawedFor merchandise, podcast and youtube:https://linktr.ee/wes.tankersleyThis Episode of Shaping Success is brought to you by Terry Levy at Parkway Chevrolet in Tomball Texas. If you are in the market for a new car or truck give Terry a call at 346-273-1042 thats 346-273-1042 and let Terry help you out. Don't forget The best Way is Parkway!Check out our sponsor Tattooed and Successful @tattoedandsuccessfulco use code TANK at check out for a special Discount! https://tattooedandsuccessful.com/Check out our sponsor The Warriors Collection for coffee, gear and more use code TANK at check out for a special Discount!  https://warriorscollectionbrand.com/Follow Shaping Success https://shapingsuccesspodcast.buzzsprout.com/Email Wes@westankersley.com for guest ideas or to be on the showThis Episode of Shaping Success is brought to you by Terry Levy at Parkway Chevrolet in Tomball Texas. If you are in the market for a new car or truck give Terry a call at 346-273-1042 thats 346-273-1042 and let Terry help you out. Don't forget The best Way is Parkway! Check out our sponsor The Warriors Collection for coffee, gear and more use code TANK at check out for a special Discount! https://warriorscollectionbrand.com/Support the show

Sidemakker
#67 Cykel DM special med lokale A-ryttere

Sidemakker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 56:01


Afsnittet er sponsoreret af Twelve.Sixteen. Brug koden “12.16” på deres webshop www.twelvesixteen.dk og få rabat på dit næste køb.   Så kom DM ugen! Opvarmningen til den danske Tour start. Derfor har jeg inviteret 3 lokale A-ryttere i studiet til en snak om DM.  Sebastian Ryttersgaard, Johannes Rom Dahl og Thomas Decker. Vi gennemgår ruterne for både enkeltstarten og linjeløbet, som begge foregår på vores lokale træningsruter. Du vil høre hvor på ruten, du finder den bedste kage, men også hvor der kommer mest action. Drengene fortæller, hvem de ser, som de største favoritter i herrefeltet og om egne forhåbninger.  Der er ingen tvivl om, at det bliver en fantastisk DM-uge og en fantastisk chance for at se de helt store profiler på dansk grund.    -----------------------------------------------------------------------   Hvis du ønsker at støtte Sidemakker og Sidelinjen, kan du støtte med et valgfrit beløb på https://sidemakker.10er.app/ Hvis du godt kan lide vores podcast, må du meget gerne gå ind og give os en anmeldelse på din podcast-platform - tusind tak! Web: Sidemakker.com    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sidemakker/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sidemakker

Eight or Sixteen
”I've got a weird thing about windows touching” (WWDC 2022 reaction - Part Two)

Eight or Sixteen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 58:18


In part two of our WWDC reaction, we talk about macOS Ventura, iPadOS 16, the curious case of the missing Mac Pro, and MKBHD's dirty sensor. Enjoy. -  If you'd like to get in touch with Rob and Mark, you can email them at contact@eightorsixteen.com. Eight or Sixteen is a Mark Ellis Reviews production: https://markellisreviews.com 

Brown Pundits
Caste, Hindus in America and Hinduphobia

Brown Pundits

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 77:39


On this episode of the Brown Pundits Browncast I had a long conversation with  Nikunj Trivedi and Pushpita Prasad of the Coalition of Hindus of North America. One of the things we talked extensively about during this podcast is the Carnegie Endowment study Social Realities of Indian Americans: Results From the 2020 Indian American Attitudes Survey. The survey is rich with data that might surprise (for example, there are as many Bengali speakers as Punjabi speakers in the US, though I suspect this might be due to many ethnic Punjabis putting Hindi down as their mother tongue). But for the purposes of this episode, we were interested in caste identity, and how it relates to Hindus in America. The Carnegie takes a shot at the 2018 Equality Labs survey that argues for the pervasiveness of caste discrimination: A 2018 survey of 1,500 South Asian Americans found that many low-caste members of numerous diaspora communities had endured firsthand experience of caste discrimination. However, the study is not based on a representative sample, raising questions about the generalizability of its findings. The figure above shows that most Hindu Indian Americans do not live in a caste-homogeneous environment. There are reasons for this. From the text: Forty-seven percent of Hindu respondents report identifying with a caste, which means the majority (53 percent) said that they do not personally identify with a caste group of any kind. However, there is marked variation by place of birth. Whereas 53 percent of foreign-born Hindu Indian Americans affiliate with a caste group, 34 percent of U.S.-born Hindu Indian Americans do the same. ... ...Overall, there are 632 respondents in the IAAS sample who belong to the Hindu faith but only 293 who report identifying with a caste group. Of this latter group, the overwhelming majority—83 percent—categorize themselves as General or upper caste. Sixteen percent identify as a member of OBC and 1 percent each identify as Adivasi/Scheduled Tribe (ST) or Dalit/Scheduled Caste (SC). The latter number, that about 80 percent of Hindu Indian Americans are not OBC, Dalit or Adivasi is exactly what I've seen in other data. But perhaps a more important aspect is that large numbers of Hindus in America don't "affiliate" with a caste group. Some of the American-born individuals may not actually even know their caste group, though the foreign-born ones clearly know their origins as noted in the text: Figure 21 looks more closely at the caste composition of social networks among Hindus. Seventy-four percent of Hindu respondents who report not identifying with a caste nevertheless know enough to be able to identify the caste identities of their social networks. Only 26 percent of Hindus who do not identify with a caste respond to questions about the caste composition of their social networks by answering “don't know.” This indicates that even though a large proportion of Hindu respondents say they do not identify with a caste, only a small fraction are unaware of the caste composition of their networks. What is also striking is how relatively small the differences are between respondents who identify with a caste versus those who do not. While the former report that a slightly higher share of their social network comprises people of the same caste, if one sets aside the “don't know” responses, the relative differences between caste identifiers and non-identifiers is marginal. For instance, 27 percent of Hindu respondents who identify with a caste report that all or most of their Indian friends share their caste affiliation. Nineteen percent of those who do not identify with a caste group answer similarly. Respondents who acknowledge a caste identity are only slightly more likely to report that some of their social network is made up of people of the same caste (41 percent versus 33 percent for those without a caste identity). So here is the subtle point: people who do not identify with a caste group nevertheless can often assess whether their social circle is mostly of their caste group or not. The dynamic here is that people are proactively disavowing or denying caste identity personally, but they clearly still know the provenance of their own lineage and that of their friends.  The landscape of caste and America is complex. Nevertheless, today's social justice activists are trying to reframe it as just another black-white dichotomy, with oppressed Dalits, etc., against oppressive Brahmins. Finally, we discuss the casual and not-so-casual anti-Hindu comments that are spreading across mainstream discourse. For example, an organization at UC Davis called the Other Collective has said some really bizarre things about Diwali:

CHINA RISING
Mistahi Corkill: revolutionary liberation of the global 99%. Music for change – one song at a time. China Rising Radio Sinoland 220616

CHINA RISING

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 63:15


NOW IN 22 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES. CLICK ON THE LOWER LEFT HAND CORNER “TRANSLATE” TAB TO FIND YOURS! By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Mistahi Corkill at the mic. Rock and Revolution on! Sixteen years on the streets, living and working with the people of China, Jeff Downloadable podcast at the bottom of this page, Brighteon,...

The Old Ways Podcast
The Old Ways Podcast - Horror on the Orient Express - Act III, Episode Sixteen

The Old Ways Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 65:14


As our Investigators search the top of the clocktower, a once ghostly form becomes whole and Maggie's search for her next steps on the road to true divinity take another turn. 

CHINA RISING
Regis Tremblay shares his amazing journey: how being a filmmaker in Korea, Ukraine and Russia has changed his life for the better. China Rising Radio Sinoland 220614

CHINA RISING

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 53:51


NOW IN 22 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES. CLICK ON THE LOWER LEFT HAND CORNER “TRANSLATE” TAB TO FIND YOURS! By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: that's me, Jeff J. Brown in red, hosting Regis Tremblay in yellow. Sixteen years on the streets, living and working with the people of China, Jeff Downloadable podcast at the bottom of...

Brew Crime Podcast
Episode 84 - If It's Broke Don't Fix It - Government Tomfoolery

Brew Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 108:22


On This episode the boys have JT's Dad on as a guest and we cover Government Tomfoolery. Story - JTMK UltraBeer pairing for this case is New Realm Brewing Restricted Area Double IPA Sourceshttps://www.npr.org/2019/09/09/758989641/the-cias-secret-quest-for-mind-control-torture-lsd-and-a-poisoner-in-chiefhttps://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform/brainwashed-mkultra http://www.theblackvault.com/documentarchive/cia-mkultra-collection/Joint Hearing Before the Select Committee On Intelligence and the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on Human Resources United States Senate Ninety-Fifth Congress First Session August 3, 1977https://www.history.com/topics/us-government/history-of-mk-ultrahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MKUltrahttps://www.newsweek.com/project-mkultra-documents-cia-brainwashing-techniques-black-vault-1073061https://www.cs.mcgill.ca/~rwest/wikispeedia/wpcd/wp/p/Project_MKULTRA.htm https://www.history.com/mkultra-operation-midnight-climax-cia-lsd-experiments https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/the-untold-story-of-the-cias-mkultra-a-conversation-with-stephen-kinzer/https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/what-we-know-about-cias-midcentury-mind-control-project-180962836/Story - MikeRCMP TerrorismBeer Pairing for this case is Indie Alehouse Instigator West Coast Style IPASourceshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/October_Crisishttps://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/timeline/the-flq-and-the-october-crisishttps://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/front-de-liberation-du-quebechttps://www.flickr.com/photos/57156785@N02/8124632388https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/dirty-tricks-carried-out-for-csis-ex-agent/article4165509/https://www.vice.com/en/article/eva8da/story-of-how-canadian-police-committed-arson-to-stop-a-black-panther-meetinghttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_controversies_involving_the_Royal_Canadian_Mounted_Police#Theft_of_dynamitehttps://www.upi.com/Archives/1981/06/13/Sixteen-present-and-former-RCMP-officers-have-been-issued/8036361252800/https://globalnews.ca/news/231986/oilpatch-bomber-wiebo-ludwig-warrior-to-some-terrorist-to-others-dead-at-70/https://web.archive.org/web/20050301171422/http://tv.cbc.ca/national/pgminfo/ludwig/https://www.tampabay.com/archive/1999/02/16/did-mounties-go-too-far-to-get-their-man/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petroleum_industry_in_Canada#Oil_sands------https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/rcmp-bombed-oil-site-in-dirty-tricks-campaign-1.188599https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiebo_Ludwighttps://archive.macleans.ca/article/1999/2/8/disturbing-the-peaceBrew CrimeWebsite, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Facebook Group, Youtube, patreonDarkcast Network – Book of Lies PodcastCultiv8 Network – Lets Start A Cult Podcast

Relatively Geeky Network
RGP #039 - Grab Bags!

Relatively Geeky Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022


Relatively Geeky Presents -- The Grab Bag Show!What happens when Professor Alan gives up his miserly ways and spends almost $11 on 3 blind-bags of comics? Sixteen total comics (well, fifteen, to be honest) are discussed in this episode!How many were duplicates? How many had he read before? How many star his long-time comic book crush? And how many feature dudes with epic ponytails?Click on the player below to listen to the episode:Right-click to download episode directly Promo: Two True FreaksLink: Ollie's Bargain OutletSend e-mail feedback to relativelygeeky@gmail.com You can follow the network on Twitter @Relatively_Geek or Professor Alan @ProfessorAlanYou may also subscribe to the podcast through iTunes or the RSS Feed.

Eight or Sixteen
“The thousand dollar no-name trainers” (WWDC 2022 reaction - Part One)

Eight or Sixteen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 70:01


It's time for the first of our two-part reaction to WWDC 2022! And, yes, making it a two-part affair was something we decided at the end of this episode when it became abundantly clear that we'd completely run out of time. -  If you'd like to get in touch with Rob and Mark, you can email them at contact@eightorsixteen.com. Eight or Sixteen is a Mark Ellis Reviews production: https://markellisreviews.com 

Arroe Collins
Arroe Unplugged Page One Thousand Sixteen

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 4:54


Arroe Collins
Arroe Unplugged Page One Thousand Sixteen

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 4:54


Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine
EVEN WHEN YOUR VOICE SHAKES by Ruby Yayra Goka, read by Adjoa Andoh

Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 5:41


Golden Voice narrator Adjoa Andoh's lilting accents and rich voice add to the sensory details of Ruby Yayra Goka's novel. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Michele Cobb discuss this moving young adult audiobook set in Ghana. Andoh's reading of this first-person story projects a sense of drama that increases during the dialogue. Sixteen-year-old Amerley has always been responsible for her siblings, and so she takes on an unwelcome job to help support her family. Then she's assaulted on her job, and pressured to keep quiet. Eventually, she does speak up—even when her voice shakes. A powerful story with a convincing heroine, and a view of Ghana seldom seen in the U.S. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Recorded Books. Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.com Oasis Audio is the sponsor of today's episode on Behind the Mic. Oasis Audio titles are available everywhere audiobooks are sold. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cup of Love
ep 109: sweet sixteen!

Cup of Love

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 24:36


In today's episode, I chat about my summer job and turning sixteen. I talk about my usual fear of my birthdays and how I overcame that this year. I also give advice about living in the moment and stepping out of your comfort zone. Blog: https://www.cupoflovepodcast.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Cinematic Sound Radio - Soundtracks, Film, TV and Video Game Music
Anime Spectacular | Episode Sixteen - Star Wars Visions Part 2

Cinematic Sound Radio - Soundtracks, Film, TV and Video Game Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 45:29


We continue our journey through Star Wars Visions today on Anime Spectacular with music that inspires new visions of space and fantasy through the eyes of animators and anime masters. The show begins with music from T0B1 by composer Abee and Keiichiro Shibuya. You'll then hear music by Michiru Oshima for THE ELDER. Next you will hear selections from LOP AND OCHO by Yoshiaki Dewa, and finally music by U-Zhann for AKIKIRI. Enjoy! —— This episode is brought to you by APM Music. APM is a top-tier music source for production and creative needs - consistently adding new music and new genres, offering an unmatched catalog via simple licensing. Visit APM Music at apmmuisic.com —— Special thanks to our Patreon supporters: Matt DeWater, David Ballantyne, Mindtrickzz, Joe Wiles, Rich Alves, Maxime, William Welch, Tim Burden, Alan Rogers, Dave Williams, Max Hamulyák, Jeffrey Graebner, Douglas Lacey, Don Mase, Victor Field, Jochen Stolz, Emily Mason, Eric Skroch, Alexander Schiebel, Alphonse Brown, John Link, Andreas Wennmyr, Matt Berretta, Eldaly Morningstar, Elizabeth, Glenn McDorman, Chris Malone, Steve Karpicz, Deniz Çağlar, Brent Osterberg, Jérôme Flick, Sarah Brouns, Aaron Collins, Randall Derchan, Angela Rabatin, Michael Poteet, Larry Reese, Thomas Tinneny, William Burke, Clint Morgan, Rudy Amaya, Eric Marvin and Marcu Ioachim. —— Cinematic Sound Radio is fully licensed to play music by SOCAN. Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/cinematicsoundradio Check out our NEW Cinematic Sound Radio TeePublic Store! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio Cinematic Sound Radio Web: http://www.cinematicsound.net Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cinsoundradio Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cinematicsound Cinematic Sound Radio Fanfare and Theme by David Coscina https://soundcloud.com/user-970634922 Bumper voice artist: Tim Burden http://www.timburden.com

Christ Encounters
Three Sixteen Studies - Part 3

Christ Encounters

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 48:20


Sing It, Sister!
Guys & Guys: Sweet Sixteen

Sing It, Sister!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 19:06


In this brief ep Clare and Ellen reveal the winners of the Sweet 16 round of Guys & Guys and the Elite 8 match-ups! Here is a link to the updated master bracket. Follow along and vote in the next round on Instagram @singitsisterpod!

The Wine Makers on Radio Misfits
The Wine Makers – The Wedding Show

The Wine Makers on Radio Misfits

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 63:55


The guys sit down at the Sixteen 600 Tasting House to answer listener questions on the eve of Jasmine's wedding. [EP236]

Adam’s World of Darkness: Beyond the Map
The Patchwork Man Chapter Sixteen

Adam’s World of Darkness: Beyond the Map

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 39:49


We are at the fringes of the map and there's more than just dragons. Join us in a tale of unspeakable horror set in rural small town Australia. Grab the complete campaign as a digital download here or sign up as a King Subscriber on Sanspants+ to get access to several World of Darkness adventures and so much more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Alle Bücher müssen gelesen werden - Podcast über Science Fiction, Fantasy und Bücher
ABMGW 204 Rückkehr nach Neveryon vs Sixteen Ways to Defend a Walled City

Alle Bücher müssen gelesen werden - Podcast über Science Fiction, Fantasy und Bücher

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 62:11


Thema der Woche: antike Fantasy! Bücher dazu: „Rückkehr nach Neveryon“ von Samuel R. Delany. Der antike Teil hier: Neveryon, diese Stadt die irgendwo in der Vergangenheit liet, die es nie gegeben hat, die wir aber alle kennen. Deswegen: eine Rückkehr an einen Ort an dem wir nie waren. Und: „Sixteen Ways to defend a Walled […]

Digging in the Dome
Stinko de Mayo: Sweet Sixteen

Digging in the Dome

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 73:32


We get back to a relatively normal episode while keeping with the spirit of Stinko de Mayo. The Scenario introduces the curse of Stinko de Mayo and yet again, we have to make some unpleasant choices. The Breakdown features one of our Sweet Sixteen contestants butchering their hit song. And of course, we give you the results of the next round of Stinko de Mayo as the Elite Eight is revealed. Stinko de Mayo is sponsored in part by Slack Tide Brewing. Slack Tide is now being served in PA and NJ Check them out at www.slacktidebrewingco.com and purchase some of their award winning beer. Make sure to check us out at our new website www.digginginthedome.com and join our mailing list. Go to our social media to follow, like, subscribe, like again and so on. YT: https://www.youtube.com/c/digginginthedome Twitter: @diggingdome FB/IG: @digginginthedome --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Constants - A Fiction Anthology
Episode Sixteen: A Journey Into Mindful Awareness

Constants - A Fiction Anthology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 15:00


This only works if you're asleep. Constants is created by Sean Heyboer. A Journey Into Mindful Awareness is performed by Ryan Duggleby.  Doorway (Elevator Theme) is performed by Quiet Theory. Music in this episode by Kevin MacLeod. Follow Constants on Twitter: @constantspod

CHINA RISING
This webpage has the biggest and best collection of articles, videos, podcasts and images about 1989’s Tiananmen Square protests. Something for everyone. China Rising Radio Sinoland updated v2022

CHINA RISING

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 19:07


NOW IN 22 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES. CLICK ON THE LOWER LEFT HAND CORNER “TRANSLATE” TAB TO FIND YOURS! By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: one of the 300 mostly unarmed People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers, who were murdered by CIA/MI6 “peace loving” protesters. Like this patriotic martyr, many were torched to death. Sixteen years on the...

The Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast
A Colorful Review of the Possibilities of Paint

The Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 30:40


Susan Britton, Owner/ Principal Creative Director, Britton Marketing & Design Group (Fort Wayne, IN)   Susan Britton is Owner and Principal Creative Director at Britton Marketing & Design Group, a branding boutique agency that focuses on strategy, design, and helping its color-trended consumer goods clients better brand and market themselves. Sue started her career at Vera Bradley and rode a 9-year growth boom where things changed so rapidly the company had to reinvent itself every six months. (Revenues increased from $10 million to $400 million.) She left Vera Bradley on such good terms that they provided her with furniture for her new company and stayed on as clients with Britton doing catalogs and marketing for them for the next 10 years until Vera Bradley went public.  Sixteen years after she left her position at Vera Bradley, Sue says the experience “gave us a wonderful foundation to work with companies that are focused on home and colors, or fashion” – Britton's niche market. She believes that brands “really take off” when a brand is distinctly “nuanced” in a way that shows the brand is special and the agency builds a “very highly descriptive visual expression” reinforcing the brand identity and couples that with a “strong strategy.” Done right, the created assets can be amortized over time, broadly used, and will promote a “more devoted following.”  As an example of a typical client, Sue talks about working with a number of paint companies, the importance of tracking color trends and building brand uniqueness, and the challenge of reaching out to “the do-it-yourselfers and the do-it-for-mes and then the pros.” Some changes Sue has seen over the years are “a reluctance to invest in creative because it's changing so quickly,” the need for lots of online (and often transitory) creative assets, and the flux of brands vacillating between bringing their creative work inhouse . . . and seeking an external agency. Sue's agency has deleted some staff positions over the years and today outsources to partner vendors such less-frequently used services as building website backends or videography. Sue is a strong believer in work-life balance. Before Covid, her agency interviewed people to discover what they valued . . . and came back with these results: “Their family, whatever that looked like. Their community. Their spirituality, whatever that looked like, or wellness. And then their environment.” She says, “They've circled the wagons around their family in a really, really big way.” She describes this as “the new American middle.” Sue can be reached on her agency's website at: bmdg.com (for Britton Marketing & Design Group), send an email off the site, or email Sue directly at:  sue@bmdg.com Transcript Follows: ROB: Welcome to the Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast. I'm your host, Rob Kischuk, and I am joined today by Susan Britton, Owner and Principal Creative Director at Britton Marketing & Design Group based in my hometown of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Welcome to the podcast, Susan. SUE: Thank you, Rob. You can just call me Sue, that's fine. ROB: We'll go with Sue. Yeah, it's excellent to have you here. I want all the Fort Wayne stories that the audience might not want to hear. But why don't we start off first with a little bit of introduction to Britton Marketing & Design Group, and what is the firm's superpower? SUE: Well, we're in Fort Wayne, Indiana because my education happened when I went to work for Vera Bradley, which is located – their headquarters are here in Fort Wayne. I joined Vera Bradley when they were about $10 million, and nine years later they were about $400 million. We tried everything, we experienced everything, and growing at that fast rate, we were reinventing every six months what we were doing. So that was a real privilege, and like I said, a great education. Then I jumped off after about 10 years, and owner/founder Barbara Bradley Baekgaard and her partner, Pat, were really supportive when I left. They gave me furniture from the merchandising department and helped me get set up because they appreciated that they were female entrepreneurs and I wanted to be one again as well. Then we continued to work with Vera Bradley, doing their catalogs and some marketing for the next 10 years until they went public. It really gave us a wonderful foundation to work with companies that are focused on home and colors, or fashion. We worked with Peter Millar as well for a few years, getting them on the map. So really, our superpower, I would say, is design. It sounds very typical, but I think it's sometimes underappreciated. I guess it's hard to define sometimes, but when you have a brand that is really nuanced, when you have a very highly descriptive visual expression of what that brand is coupled with a really strong strategy, that's when it operates on all cylinders and when we've seen brands really take off. I think people talk about it a lot in this industry – the form and function, the art and science – but it has always been true and will continue to be true. ROB: I assume on Day 1, you were the one designer. Is that the case? SUE: Yes. [laughs] I was sitting there looking out the window on a rainy day, at my desk. I had two other family members involved with me, and we were like, “Oh my gosh, what did we just do?” But the work followed, and we worked really hard. It all worked out. We're here 16 years later and still figuring out marketing in the world today, which has gotten very complicated as well. ROB: I was going to ask, because design in and of itself can be a little bit tricky to define, but then the definition has even probably changed on you. How has the nature of the work you do, the services, the deliverables – what has shifted in those 16 years? SUE: I think it's how fast everything – the kind of creative assets that people need constantly, day in and day out online – in the past, when we started out, it was print. Catalog work, and you would do two-week photoshoots. Well, that has really changed because of the tentative nature of the imagery that people need and the quantity of it. But I think what happens today is it's easier to rely more on the science, which is more memorable – how many click-throughs – as we look at the success of an email campaign or whatever, a social media campaign. I've seen a transition for a couple of things. One, a reluctance to invest in creative because it's changing so quickly. But when they don't do that, then you could put anybody's logo on a picture on Instagram, like fashion or even home goods. It really needs to be nuanced in a way that you know when you look at it that that is a special brand. And it takes a little investment to do that, but there is a way that it can be done where you're really creating assets that are amortized over a certain period of time and used in every area. I see when companies do that, they really have a more devoted following. People respond so well to the uniqueness that that brand represents. Secondly, I think I've seen a change where in order to save costs many brands will bring their creative in-house, and that can be very successful, too, if they find the right people. It can also be easily unsuccessful just because of the complacency or the repetitive nature of the work. Focusing on one brand, day in and day out, I think sometimes people lose a little bit of edge. But not necessarily. ROB: There's definitely a lot to consider there. The pendulum of in-house versus – not outsourced, but out of house, working with a creative services firm. That pendulum seems to swing both industry-wide and then some clients really swing that pendulum back and forth as well. You certainly mentioned Vera Bradley as a foundational client; what does your mix of clients look like? Are there typical industries, other key clients you're able to talk about that you've snapped up since then? SUE: Yeah, what's happened since then is we really have honed our expertise in mostly color-trended consumer goods – I can say primarily purchased by women, but sometimes not. We've really worked into a lot of different paint company work. When you think about paint, it's kind of like chemicals in a bucket. It's really all marketing to talk about what's special about that particular brand of paint and to do it in a lifestyle way, but sometimes with humor. It's very color-oriented, so we're always working on trends, looking at trends, trying to look ahead to what's coming up that the consumer is looking forward to seeing. Also, we asked ourselves when we were getting into especially the home goods market, what makes us successful in Fort Wayne with these kinds of customers, the color trending customers, home group customers? We saw that it was like the everyday person. It's you and me, and so many percent of their consumers were everyday people. It wasn't the super high end or super low commodity end. It's really right there in the middle. So we've done a lot of research on that and have built an expertise around that particular consumer. That helps us work with these different companies. ROB: Paint's a really interesting one because nobody looks at your wall and can tell what kind of paint you have, and you probably don't know either. There's not a lot of word-of-mouth there, I don't think. Any paint could be any color. But you have an industry buyer – we've had somebody helping paint our house; I don't even know what they're picking. They know, absolutely, what they're picking for us, and then there's “What do I pick up when I wander down the aisle at Home Depot or Lowe's?” It's anybody, for sure. SUE: Right. And then they also have their pros that they're trying to respond to. They have the do-it-yourselfers and the do-it-for-mes and then the pros. ROB: Yeah, that's what I'm getting at with the pro that we work with. I don't know what they're picking. I don't ask for anything. They tell me where to go pick my colors. They say, “Go to this store and pick a color.” And I listen and I do it. SUE: Right. They have undue influence. [laughs] ROB: [laughs] You got ahead of us on the origin story and where the firm came from, and you mentioned, of course, that you are still the principal creative director, but I'm sure you don't do it all now. What did it look like to bring in let's say the second design creative, and what did it take to get over the hump of you not doing it and letting them do the work? SUE: It's probably a variety of things, but I think what's really important is to not only mentor but provide room for mistakes. We had a saying early on; we bring in interns and grow our own. We would bring someone in and explain the level of quality that our clients expect and then coach them on how to get there and make sure they were getting there. Then they would embrace it. And we really provided a non-threatening environment where people could really grow, we could really mentor them, and give them their own work to own and really work at. That's really what they're doing today. Some people that are here have been here over 10 years, and probably the last group we hired has been for 7 years. So we're probably getting ready to add another couple. But I think the important thing is respecting your team and allowing them to be different from you, but just making sure that the expectations are really clear and the goals of the company are clear too. But we also wanted to create an environment where they could have a life beyond work. I think we've all worked places where we just worked way too many hours and we couldn't have a personal life. Even before COVID, which I think has really brought that whole situation to light, we wanted to create an environment where family also comes first. So, if you're taking care of the people that are working for you, they're your human resources, and respecting them as much as you respect the work I think has been really key to our success and to having a well-oiled machine where everybody has been here a while and keeps it all humming. ROB: Do you think that sort of autonomy is partly – you mentioned people who've been there 7 years, 9 years – do you feel like there's a degree of autonomy where they get to do the work they would do even if they were out on their own, without the headache of being out on their own? Is that some of the mix? What's some of the secret sauce on that kind of longevity? SUE: I think it's very close to what you said. I think it's a way that they feel ownership in the work that they're doing, and as a team, we might group critique something so that it's not really threatening, but we're always looking at improvements so that they can grow into their work and they can own it, and I don't have to look over their shoulder. Because I don't think people really like that. Especially creative people. They have their own expression within a certain frame and having them hone that and be able to do that I think is what creatives really want to do. ROB: Certainly, with the amount of time you've had the firm up and running, I'm sure you've had to make some choices of where to grow and maybe some service offerings and lines of business that you've perhaps decided intentionally to not add. What are some things that maybe you have chosen to not do, maybe you keep partnering on them, maybe you refer them, maybe you say you don't do that? Have there been decisions like that along the way? SUE: Oh yeah, for sure. We used to have a videographer on staff and some photography, and we decided a few years ago that our expertise is a branding boutique agency where we're helping our clients brand themselves better and have a better marketing strategy and better nuanced creative. So we have partners that we use for website backend building or videography or some even just video editing, those kinds of services. We don't always need them consistently, or even photographers, because for every particular job you want to customize the right vendor to that particular project. They all have different levels of need, from high quality to a lower quality maybe, depending on budgets. It's nice to be flexible and then just plug in and play with those other vendors as needed. ROB: Got it. That makes sense. There's an element even where maybe you have enough work to keep a videographer busy, but you really need half or a quarter or a tenth of 10 different videographers rather than ten-tenths of the same person. SUE: Yeah, exactly. That's definitely true. ROB: Sue, as you reflect on the journey so far, what are some of the lessons you've learned in building the business – things you might go back and tell yourself to do differently if you were starting over? SUE: That's a good question. I think building an expertise is so important. I learned that from a fellow that was helping with us, consulting with us on our business a few years ago, and it's the best thing that we've ever done because it helps us focus on what we're really good at, what we have the right to win, and not try to be everything to everyone. I'm sure many agencies go through that, because you really do want to reach. You want to do something new and exciting. And sometimes that's fine, if it's not too far from your expertise, to stretch. But sometimes if you overreach, you get yourself in a difficult position. That's not really good for you and not good for your client, and it's not good for your team. So, I think really understanding what you're good at and owning that is key. In the past, we may have hired people that we thought, “Oh, we're going to build this whole department,” but that really wasn't going to happen. One thing is, people didn't always trust you to be able to do it. They would look at what you were traditionally good at and they would not trust that you could go that far the other direction. So, I do think you have to really focus. ROB: I can see that. It definitely helps you know how to talk to your clients as well, rather than being everything to anyone. But it's hard to get that conviction. You mentioned in some notes as we were getting this scheduled something about the “new American middle.” Tell me about the new American middle. What is that, and what is that expertise? How does that play into the firm? SUE: As we all know, marketing is really about values. If you're in lifestyle marketing, it's really about values, and it's a pretty complicated, noisy world. You're not going to get a chance to remember much about a brand with everything going so quickly, so it's really important that when you're marketing, you're really connecting and resonating with your consumers' values. As we looked at, again, who we were in Fort Wayne, why anybody should work with us, the kind of projects that are a good fit and companies that we could align with, it came back to that everyday person. As we dug in and we did a lot of research, we did some primary research, it was really illuminating to us that – and this was before COVID – we realized that the world had become less certain, and while maybe in the '90s or some of the more consumer-driven decades, things had really changed. When we interviewed people, the most important thing to them was their family, whatever that looked like. Their community. Their spirituality, whatever that looked like, or wellness. And then their environment. Those are the things everyone was really concerned about. They've circled the wagons around their family in a really, really big way. For example, if you're featuring maybe a woman with a handbag and that's the product, so many companies feature it as a product on a person. But if you would reflect them doing things with their family, they may relate to that photo more quickly on a social media post than a single one. It's just an idea of blending and taking your brand and looking at, with your competition also, what are the values that you compete over? What are the values you share? And what is the open space that they're not owning? Many brands are not owning family. If, for example, when you do your research, it pops up as a top important consumer value to those customers, then you can really reflect that through your digital expressions and your copy, etc., if that makes sense. ROB: Yeah, that makes sense. You mentioned also – we talked a little bit about family. I understand that family's also important to how you operate the firm. How have you thought about setting up the work environment, setting up the work, setting up roles in a way that is compatible with families, in a way that maybe other services firms have a hard time with? SUE: I think one thing we do is, for example, with the creative team, we have three different creative directors so that when we're working with a client, usually there's one that's assigned, but they help each other out. So if one's going to be out for a week, they'll double up a little bit and do some handoffs just to get by through that week. And they know each other well enough that they can do that smoothly. In the past, I would say it was not the case. Early on, we had creative directors that were very specific about their work, which was great, but they didn't really overlap. But I think as we've worked into trying to be more flexible in our schedules, we've overlapped with each other so that we can help each other out when the other person's not in, and also, again, the work from home has really helped. I think it's helped many companies realize that, oh, we didn't lose productivity, and oh, this gives us more flexibility to have more work-life balance, and we haven't seen a drop in productivity. I think that's been of the nicer outcomes of COVID. ROB: How are you handling work from home? Is everybody home? Is there still an office? Do people come in anywhere at any particular time? How are you thinking through that? SUE: We feel like for our culture, to maintain a good culture, it's still good to have a building and a place where we can be. So we work two days a week in the office and three days a week from home. But sometimes people don't work in the office for the work because they may have a project that they really want to concentrate on, they don't want the distraction of office. But I think naturally now, the days in office become more meeting-oriented days. It's naturally flowed that way, and then the other days are more work days. I feel like it's been less distracting than when we were in every day. ROB: So, it adds a little bit of predictability, less Swiss cheese on people's schedules of meeting, work, meeting, work, meeting, work. But it also sounds like it's a little bit more of a norm rather than a rule in terms of how many days in the office per week. SUE: Yeah, we don't really use rules here in that fashion. [laughs] We're all here on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, try to get in. And people do. And I think people do like that balance because it orients you to be here and to be able to have meetings together and see each other, and then it's balancing to be able to work from home the other three. ROB: That's good. It's always interesting to hear the different ways that people are handling this. But I do think there's value – if you're going to still hire people and have people in a certain geography, it seems like being in the office sometimes matters. Otherwise, why not just hire somebody somewhere else? Which then you're also competing with everybody everywhere else for talent. SUE: Right. I think that's so true. It is really interesting to us how everybody's handling this whole thing and how it's evolving. It is true you can hire people remotely anywhere these days, and that's a good thing. It can be good and bad. I don't think we would be opposed to hiring somebody out of Fort Wayne, but it does sometimes get more challenging when you're trying to put everything up on a board. I mean, you can Zoom some of that. I think everybody's making it work, but there is a camaraderie. Actually, we do have someone who works out of Fort Wayne at this point and comes in every other week for a couple of days. That's great because you still get to see them. But everybody will handle it differently, I'm sure. ROB: Yeah. It's very, very interesting. I have a friend who just took over as president of an existing agency, and she lives in Atlanta, and the agency is in Knoxville. I think she's going to be up there every other week. It really depends on the age and stage of life. I think her children are grown, college-bound. Flexing life here and there is a better fit for different people at different times. But I think picking a lane – you've picked a lane for your team, and you let them know what the expectation is – that really helps versus what we see in the news where Apple's still trying to get their people to go to the office, but every time they try to get them to go to the office, they complain, a couple of people quit. It becomes this whole fits and starts, and “what are we doing here?” We ended up hiring primarily – during COVID was a lot of our growth, so we ended up being a distributed team without trying. We have folks everywhere from Florida to Georgia to California to now Canada. You know what lane you're in. You pick it, and people who will gravitate towards that will be your tribe, I think. SUE: I think so, too. It's really how you treat each other and how the culture is developed and how you respect each other. That's where people want to work. Location almost doesn't matter anymore. Many of our vendors are all over the U.S. We work with companies for photography, all over. Also video, also web development. You just try to pick the best vendors that you work well with, that you understand their quality level or their style. ROB: Yeah. Sue, when you look ahead, when you're looking at the future of Britton Marketing & Design, you're looking at the future of marketing and design in general, what gets you excited? What should we be looking for? What's coming up? What's going to be our exciting future? SUE: I think for us, we still just love telling a great story about a great brand that people have worked hard to develop and have put their heart and passion into. That'll just never get old, looking at someone's journey of developing an idea and then making it work. That is still really possible in the U.S., and I think that's always an exciting thing for us: to take that beautiful idea, brand that they've developed, and then really illuminate it. Give them a nuanced creative that shows it for what it really is, the heart and soul of somebody's idea, and then really laying that over a really wonderful marketing matrix where you've looked at the most inexpensive yet most effective way for them to go to market, and then how they reach the people who would really like this, who they can really respond to, to make their quality of life better. Also, the conscientious capitalism piece of it. What are people doing? How are they giving back? How are we as a community helping each other grow and be successful? I think whatever form that takes, it's always still going to be a really exciting journey from a marketing standpoint. So many people think of marketing and think, “Oh, they're just trying to sell me something.” No, that's not what we do. That's not what we get up for. It's really a lot more layered than that. ROB: Yeah, you loop it all the way back to the paint conversation. I feel like when I see paint advertising, a lot of it is about creating ideas of what's possible, it's about how you make people feel, it's about a combination of pride and hospitality. And maybe I'm making some of that up, but I think about it more on those levels. I'm not looking for a material datasheet comparing one paint to another. Maybe somebody in an industrial application is, but when I'm thinking about my home, my office, you're not showing me a picture of a bucket most of the time. SUE: Right. It's really your interaction with that brand – how does that brand make you feel about the products they have, the color ranges they have, the names? We had a project with Benjamin Moore years ago where we named a whole set of paint colors, and that was super fun for the team. They really loved that. Like some people will only buy paint that's the name of a food, like whipped cream or chocolate or something like that. It's funny what influences people. ROB: How did you come up with these names? Did you do research with consumers on their responses to these names? How did you get to the answer on that one? SUE: It was kind of a high-end line of paints that had different layers of pigments in them. The team would get together and – yeah, they didn't really research. They just knew what the goal of the name should be in terms of a style, in terms of what they needed to imbue. So, they would come up with a range of names, a couple of names for each color, and then the company would look at them and pick them. Since then, we've worked with other paint companies – some of the very prominent, and they don't like us to talk about it too much because they like us to just be quiet about it. And that's okay, because we do a lot of work with them. But it really is about the paint names; it's about how you talk about the paint, like you said, envisioning their new space or home and how it makes their home better. Paint is difficult for people to choose, so making it easy for people to select paints and pre-curating some for them is all really important. ROB: And I understand them wanting to take the center stage. That's what every client wants. That's what most people want. They want to be in the Story Brand metaphor. In the Hero's Journey, they want to be the hero and they want you to be the guide, that you help them be the hero. That's what we end up being there for when we're on the services side, I think, so it's hard to even market ourselves and show other potential clients how we can also be a good guide for them rather than using another client's story to be the hero. SUE: That's really true. It's funny; we really feel very successful at helping other brands illuminate what they are and what they do, and it has always been a struggle for us to do a good job of that about ourselves. I think we're a little humble, too. Midwest, you know. ROB: That's right. There is that Midwestern humility. Sue, when people want to find and connect with you and with Britton Marketing & Design Group, where should they go to track you down? SUE: They can go to our website, which is just bmdg.com, as in Britton Marketing & Design Group. They can send an informational email to us and we'll call them back. Or they can just email me as well, which is sue@bmdg.com. ROB: Excellent. Was it difficult getting a four-letter dot-com domain? SUE: We were surprised that it was not. That's why we snagged it. ROB: [laughs] Well, excellent. Sue, thank you so much for coming on, for sharing your journey. Congratulations on everything you have done, and we look forward to seeing so much more ahead. SUE: Thanks, Rob. Thanks for your time and for the conversation. I think we can all help each other by having these kinds of conversations. We all learn from everything we hear and read, right? ROB: So much, Sue. Thank you. Be well. SUE: Thank you so much. ROB: Thank you for listening. The Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast is presented by Converge. Converge helps digital marketing agencies and brands automate their reporting so they can be more profitable, accurate, and responsive. To learn more about how Converge can automate your marketing reporting, email info@convergehq.com, or visit us on the web at convergehq.com.

Real Estate Investing With Jay Conner, The Private Money Authority
Modern Wealth Building with Ken Van Liew & Jay Conner, The Private Money Authority

Real Estate Investing With Jay Conner, The Private Money Authority

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 60:03


Free Trial! Join the Private Money Academy: https://www.JayConner.com/trial/ Private Money Academy Conference: https://www.jayconner.com/learnrealestate/ Free Report: https://www.jayconner.com/MoneyReport In today’s show of Real Estate Investing with Jay Conner, Ken Van Liew joins Jay to deliver his magical empowering skills to all mankind, by listening for and reliably delivering what's important to them and what they really care about and in that process leave them with Power, Freedom, Self-Expression, and Peace of Mind in their journey to success at real estate investing. Ken Van Liew started his professional career with a civil design engineering job, twins, and 2 master’s degrees, underpinned by a six-figure debt and a burning desire to serve others. Sixteen years later, he cut the ribbon on the development of a $17M dollar, 72,000 square feet, 113-bed assisted living facility. He parlayed this success into a Staten Island waterfront development and began a mastery journey with Tony Robbins. While attending Tony Robbin's event in Hawaii, his waterfront development was terminated due to the World Trade Center tragedies. This moment gave Ken time to reflect on where he was, where he wanted to be and the impact he wanted to have. Alongside the syndication and development of over a billion dollars of high-profile real estate investments, Ken wholesaled 137 deals in one year as co-founder of Flipping USA and then created the Modern Wealth Building Formula as the fastest track to building wealth, a project that has empowered 1000's of investors over the last 20 years. Simply put, Ken is a titan in the world of real estate responsible for over a billion dollars of construction across dozens of projects, and has forever changed the New York skyline. In addition, Ken regularly speaks on stages including NYU Real Estate Institute and the College of Engineering at Rutgers University, and is a best-selling author. Timestamps: 0:01 - Get Ready To Be Plugged Into The Money 0:17 - Today’s guest: Ken Van Liew 3:34 - Ken Van Liew’s Story In Real Estate 4:43 - The Assisted Living Arena 6:49 - Ken’s First Hundred Thousand Dollars Raised In Private Money 8:42 - What is Syndication? 10:10 - Jay’s Free Private Money Guide: https://www.JayConner.com/MoneyGuide 11:55 - The Water Front Development 14:28 - It’s Impossible To Fail Until You Decided to Quit 19:10 - Ken’s Daily Habits That Lead Him To Success 23:27 - “ Modern Wealth Building Formula” - https://My.KenVanLiew.com/FreeBook 28:03 - Connect with Ken Van Liew - https://www.KenVanLiew.com 28:04 - Ken Van Liew’s Parting Comments: Never Give Up! Always Keep Your Dreams Alive! Youtube Video Link: https://youtu.be/uP5O7xDrLfc Have you read Jay’s new book: Where to Get The Money Now? It is available FREE (all you pay is the shipping and handling) at https://www.JayConner.com/Book Real Estate Cashflow Conference: https://www.jayconner.com/learnrealestate/ Free Webinar: http://bit.ly/jaymoneypodcast Jay Conner is a proven real estate investment leader. Without using his own money or credit, Jay maximizes creative methods to buy and sell properties with profits averaging $64,000 per deal. What is Real Estate Investing? Live Cashflow Conference https://youtu.be/QyeBbDOF4wo The Conner Marketing Group Inc.P.O. Box 1276, Morehead City, NC USA 28557 P 252-808-2927F 252-240-2504 Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZfl6O7pRhyX5R-rRuSnK6w https://www.youtube.com/c/RealEstateInvestingWithJayConner RSS Feed http://realestateinvestingdeals.mypodcastworld.com/rss2.xml Google Play https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Ihrzsai7jo7awj2e7nhhwfsv47y iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/real-estate-investing-minus-bank-flipping-houses-foreclosure/id1377723034 Watch on ROKU: Roku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvestingRoku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvesting Watch on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/How-Locate-Real-Estate-Deals/dp/B07M9WNZR6/ref=sr_1_3

Golflandia
Two Hundred and Sixteen.

Golflandia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 45:27


#216 The Memorial, LIV Tour & Milkshakes. w/ Wiley77

Cinematic Sound Radio - Soundtracks, Film, TV and Video Game Music
Anime Spectacular | Episode Sixteen - Star Wars Visions Part 1

Cinematic Sound Radio - Soundtracks, Film, TV and Video Game Music

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 68:11


Today on episode sixteen of the Anime Spectacular you'll hear new Anime music as you've never heard it before. Part one of this two-part series dedicated to STAR WARS VISIONS (a nine-part short animated anthology) features music from some excellent Anime Composers. Today, you'll hear music from THE DUEL by Kenji Inai, TATOOINE RHAPSODY by Yoshiaki Dewa, THE TWINS by Michiru Oshima, THE VILLAGE BRIDE by Kevin Penkin, and THE NINTH JEDI by Nobuko Toda and Kazuma Jinnouchi. Part two coming soon… Enjoy! —— This episode is brought to you by APM Music. APM is a top-tier music source for production and creative needs - consistently adding new music and new genres, offering an unmatched catalog via simple licensing. Visit APM Music at apmmuisic.com —— Special thanks to our Patreon supporters: Matt DeWater, David Ballantyne, Mindtrickzz, Joe Wiles, Rich Alves, Maxime, William Welch, Tim Burden, Alan Rogers, Dave Williams, Max Hamulyák, Jeffrey Graebner, Douglas Lacey, Don Mase, Victor Field, Jochen Stolz, Emily Mason, Eric Skroch, Alexander Schiebel, Alphonse Brown, John Link, Andreas Wennmyr, Matt Berretta, Eldaly Morningstar, Elizabeth, Glenn McDorman, Chris Malone, Steve Karpicz, Deniz Çağlar, Brent Osterberg, Jérôme Flick, Sarah Brouns, Aaron Collins, Randall Derchan, Paul Helmuth Angela Rabatin, Michael Poteet, Larry Reese, Thomas Tinneny, William Burke, Clint Morgan, Rudy Amaya, Eric Marvin and Marcu Ioachim. —— Cinematic Sound Radio is fully licensed to play music by SOCAN. Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/cinematicsoundradio Check out our NEW Cinematic Sound Radio TeePublic Store! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio Cinematic Sound Radio Web: http://www.cinematicsound.net Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cinsoundradio Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cinematicsound Cinematic Sound Radio Fanfare and Theme by David Coscina https://soundcloud.com/user-970634922 Bumper voice artist: Tim Burden http://www.timburden.com

The Claudio Reilsono Show
Episode 152: Claudio Shares His Sixteen Cents

The Claudio Reilsono Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 30:53


Claudio his shares thoughts on various sports topics.

The Rush Limbaugh Show
The Best Of Clay and Buck - H2 - May 30 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 37:15


A weekend of horrific shootings all across the country, Democrats politicize them, blame Republicans. The way to solve violent crime is to arrest criminals. Buck says, "They just want to sling slander at the other side. They're unserious about dealing with violence." The View's (which Clay reiterates he believes to be "the dumbest show in all of American media") Ana Navarro explodes on Fox News and the GOP and blames them for Buffalo shooting. Fauci, who Buck calls a "slimy little PR flack," laughs at WH Twitter lie about vaccines. Bezos echoes C&B on Manchin, blames Biden on inflation. Clay points out, "Sixteen percent of this country believes this country is going in the right direction -- because Biden is the most incompetent president of our times." Clay says we have a great Seattle affiliate and, speaking directly to Bezos, he hopes he is listening. Buck says, though C&B might not agree with Bezos on everything, "he is a smart guy." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Juicebox Podcast: Type 1 Diabetes
#689 Ask Scott And Jenny: Chapter Sixteen

Juicebox Podcast: Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 29:38


Scott and Jenny Smith, CDE answer your diabetes questions. Show notes for people who are Bold with Insulin Get your supplies from US MED with the link or 888-721-1514 Learn about the Dexcom CGM You may be eligible for a free 30 day supply of the Omnipod DASH  InPen from Medtronic Diabetes Get Gvoke Glucagon  CONTOUR NEXT ONE smart meter and CONTOUR DIABETES app Learn about Touched By Type 1 Tak the T1DExchange survey A full list of our sponsors  How to listen, disclaimer and more Apple Podcasts> Subscribe to the podcast today! The podcast is available on Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadioRadio Public, Amazon Music and all Android devices The show is now available as an Alexa skill. My type 1 diabetes parenting blog Arden's Day Listen to the Juicebox Podcast online Read my award winning memoir: Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal: Confessions of a Stay-At-Home Dad The Juicebox Podcast is a free show, but if you'd like to support the podcast directly, you can make a gift here or buy me a coffee. Thank you! Follow Scott on Social Media @ArdensDay @JuiceboxPodcast Disclaimer - Nothing you hear on the Juicebox Podcast or read on Arden's Day is intended as medical advice. You should always consult a physician before making changes to your health plan.  If the podcast has helped you to live better with type 1 please tell someone else how to find the show and consider leaving a rating and review on iTunes. Thank you! Arden's Day and The Juicebox Podcast are not charitable organizations.

The KiddChris Show
Sixteen Dollars

The KiddChris Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 44:51


The KiddChris - 05/25/2022

The Neil Haley Show
Journalist Carlen Maddux

The Neil Haley Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 10:00


My name is Carlen Maddux, and I am by training, career, and instinct a journalist and editor. The only way I know to share this most intimate journey is to bring a journalist's eye and style to a story that's filled with spiritual breakthroughs, fears, failures, heart-warming encounters, and thought-provoking revelations. Sixteen years later, this path continues to unfold.

The Hysteria Continues
260) Sweet Sixteen (1983)

The Hysteria Continues

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 75:23


260) Sweet Sixteen (1983)

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Weekly Review with Clay and Buck H1 - May 21 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 37:15


A weekend of horrific shootings all across the country, Democrats politicize them, blame Republicans. The way to solve violent crime is to arrest criminals. Buck says, "They just want to sling slander at the other side. They're unserious about dealing with violence." The View's (which Clay reiterates he believes to be "the dumbest show in all of American media") Ana Navarro explodes on Fox News and the GOP and blames them for Buffalo shooting. Fauci, who Buck calls a "slimy little PR flack," laughs at WH Twitter lie about vaccines. Bezos echoes C&B on Manchin, blames Biden on inflation. Clay points out, "Sixteen percent of this country believes this country is going in the right direction -- because Biden is the most incompetent president of our times." Clay says we have a great Seattle affiliate and, speaking directly to Bezos, he hopes he is listening. Buck says, though C&B might not agree with Bezos on everything, "he is a smart guy." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Skylight Books Author Reading Series
SKYLIT: Sonora Reyes, ”THE LESBIANA'S GUIDE TO CATHOLIC SCHOOL”

Skylight Books Author Reading Series

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 39:32


Sixteen-year-old Yamilet Flores prefers to be known for her killer eyeliner, not for being one of the only Mexican kids at her new, mostly white, very rich Catholic school. But at least here no one knows she's gay, and Yami intends to keep it that way.  After being outed by her crush and ex-best friend before transferring to Slayton Catholic, Yami has new priorities: keep her brother out of trouble, make her mom proud, and, most importantly, don't fall in love. Granted, she's never been great at any of those things, but that's a problem for Future Yami.  The thing is, it's hard to fake being straight when Bo, the only openly queer girl at school, is so annoyingly perfect. And smart. And talented. And cute. So cute. Either way, Yami isn't going to make the same mistake again. If word got back to her mom, she could face a lot worse than rejection. So she'll have to start asking, WWSGD: What would a straight girl do?  Told in a captivating voice that is by turns hilarious, vulnerable, and searingly honest, The Lesbiana's Guide to Catholic School explores the joys and heartaches of living your full truth out loud. Join us for a conversation with author Sonora Reyes as they discuss their new book with Skylight's Nat Freeman. _______________________________________________   Produced by Nat Freeman, Lance Morgan, & Michael Kowaleski. Theme: "I Love All My Friends," an unreleased demo by Fragile Gang. Visit https://www.skylightbooks.com/event for future offerings from the Skylight Books Events team.

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
May 18, 2022: Takeaways from the biggest primary night of the year

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 7:02


Sixteen months after Donald Trump supporters stormed Capitol Hill to try to stop the certification of Joe Biden as president, a prominent election denier in Pennsylvania inched closer to becoming the next governor of Pennsylvania. State Sen. Doug Mastriano — who attended and helped organize for the “Stop the Steal” rally, has called for audits of Keystone State votes and has been subpoenaed by the House Jan. 6 panel — clinched the GOP gubernatorial nomination. If he wins this fall, he'll be in a position to nominate the next Pennsylvania secretary of state, a position that oversees elections in the key presidential battleground state. And, one week after catapulting J.D. Vance to victory in Ohio, Trump had a somewhat decent night, though the verdict on perhaps his biggest gamble — supporting Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania's tight Senate primary — is still out. Subscribe to the POLITICO Playbook newsletter Raghu Manavalan is the Host of POLITICO's Playbook. Jenny Ament is the Executive Producer of POLITICO Audio.

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H1 – May 16 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 37:15


A weekend of horrific shootings all across the country, Democrats politicize them, blame Republicans. The way to solve violent crime is to arrest criminals. Buck says, "They just want to sling slander at the other side. They're unserious about dealing with violence." The View's (which Clay reiterates he believes to be "the dumbest show in all of American media") Ana Navarro explodes on Fox News and the GOP and blames them for Buffalo shooting. Fauci, who Buck calls a "slimy little PR flack," laughs at WH Twitter lie about vaccines. Bezos echoes C&B on Manchin, blames Biden on inflation. Clay points out, "Sixteen percent of this country believes this country is going in the right direction -- because Biden is the most incompetent president of our times." Clay says we have a great Seattle affiliate and, speaking directly to Bezos, he hopes he is listening. Buck says, though C&B might not agree with Bezos on everything, "he is a smart guy." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BEFULFILLED
Sixteen and No Driver's License

BEFULFILLED

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 5:58


Sixteen years old and without a driver's license - taking the city bus or asking for rides wasn't fun. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

ML Soul of Detroit
Sixteen Scandals – May 10, 2022

ML Soul of Detroit

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 83:46


Our new intern and NIL athlete bring a fresh perspective while ML, Marc and Shawn wonder when they're going to […]

The Joe Pomp Show
#69 Fredrik Haga On Building A Billion Dollar Business In Three Years With Just Sixteen Employees

The Joe Pomp Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 33:52


Fredrik Haga is the co-founder of crypto analytics platform Dune. The business has only 16 employees and was founded just 3 years ago, yet just raised a $69,420,000 Series B funding round at a valuation north of $1 billion. We discuss his fundraising journey, building through crypto winter, the future of analytics on the blockchain, and more. Enjoy!