Wake the Faith up Slayer… This is Garth Heckman with the David Alliance and you can reach me at TDAgiantslayer@gmail.com Brought to you by wellbuiltbody.com Gym Apparel for men and women that rocks and shocks and ain't for everybody - but just might be for you. wellbuiltbody.com What name do they call your ethnicity or your type? White trash, or a reject? Slick willy as a slimy preacher, and even Religious phony… what about Dog? In todays world its used as a compliment. “thats my dog, he got my back he's my dog”. Well it wasn't always that way! Matthew 15: 21 Then Jesus left Galilee and went north to the region of Tyre and Sidon. 22 A Gentile woman who lived there came to him, pleading, “Have mercy on me, O Lord, Son of David! For my daughter is possessed by a demon that torments her severely.” 23 But Jesus gave her no reply, not even a word. Then his disciples urged him to send her away. “Tell her to go away,” they said. “She is bothering us with all her begging.” 24 Then Jesus said to the woman, “I was sent only to help God's lost sheep—the people of Israel.” 25 But she came and worshiped him, pleading again, “Lord, help me!” 26 Jesus responded, “It isn't right to take food from the children and throw it to the dogs.” 27 She replied, “That's true, Lord, but even dogs are allowed to eat the scraps that fall beneath their masters' table.” 28 “Dear woman,” Jesus said to her, “your faith is great. Your request is granted.” And her daughter was instantly healed. A dog. This is a cut down, a slam to the gentiles… This woman did not defend who she was… She was completely honest in who others thought she was and in who she thought she was. Wether Jesus thought this or not (which we know he did not) was not her issue- she just knew that Jesus was the answer and that even the smallest amount of grace was enough for what she needed. Her righteousness… her good deeds… her personal reputation was not what she put her stock in, her hope in. She simply trusted that Jesus could heal her daughter. The disciples… such compassionate fellows… are like “look this woman is a gentile, she's not clean, right, from our party or the right side of the tracks… just tell her to go. And Jesus sits silently for a few minutes Awkward… But she waits. What do you do when God doesn't talk back? You wait. others scoff, want you to give up… but you know- you wait! What are you waiting on God for today? Don't give in, don't give up, don't let the voices in your head call you names, or even let so called “friends” give you well meaning advice to just give up… Keep waiting and know that even a crumb is enough… but remember the very next few verses Jesus multiples bread… With Jesus there is alway more than enough to those who are willing to wait!
The first official job landed for any actor is a monumental step in their career. However, some are the lucky ones with their first role being in a blockbuster hit. Joseph D'Onofrio is a wildly successful actor who has enjoyed both comedic and dramatic roles throughout his career. In the beginning of his acting career, D'Onofrio landed film roles in "Good Fellas" (1990) as Young Tommy, The drama "Jungle Fever" (1991) by Spike Lee, and played Slick in Robert De Niro's "A Bronx Tale" (1993). He then made his way into comedies like "The Pallbearer" (1996), and "The Deli" (1997) with Mike Starr. Not only was D'Onofrio in movies then, but he also worked in television with recurring roles on ”30 Rock' (2009-2010) "The Black Donnellys" (2006-2007) and "Are We There Yet?" (2010-2012).In this episode, Joseph shares his Hollywood story, one that starts with his first role as Young Tommy in “Good Fellas”. He talks about how he landed that initial role, what it was like appearing in a breakout film, why it's important to have a good reputation in Hollywood, what it was like working among Hollywood icons, how the industry has changed, and more. Tune in to Episode 60 of Hollywood Dream Maker to learn about Joseph's successful Hollywood career! In This Episode You Will Learn:How Joseph's dancing background led him into Hollywood (3:33)The story of how Joseph landed his role in “Good Fellas” (12:44)That it's important to have a good reputation in Hollywood (29:20)How Joseph got the role in “A Bronx Tale” (32:53)Joseph's perspective on how the industry has changed (45:20) Connect with JosephIMDbInstagram Let's Connect: Manhattan Actor Studio Website See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Intrigued by the strange abilities exhibited by the thin bloods, Derek decides to educate Emily and Slick on Kindred existence. Portions of the materials are the copyrights and trademarks of Paradox Interactive AB, and are used with permission. All rights reserved. For more information please visit worldofdarkness.com. This actual play is fan content and is not officially endorsed by Paradox Interactive AB.
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Mark and Jeff are going back to school in August, and nothing says school like the prom. Jamie Lee Curtis brings her slasher pedigree to this 1980 murder who done it. This movie features disco, mean girls, and Slick! Slick has a bad ass conversion van, and this brings back memories for Mark. IMDB Synopsis: At a high school senior prom, a masked killer stalks four teenagers who were responsible for the accidental death of a classmate six years previously. Directed by Paul Lynch Music this month from Speakeasy Follow the podcast on Twitter @moviedrafthouse Jeff - PodcastsbyJeff Mark - iheardyouliked
Slick Willy and the Lock Smith introduce what the 4th & 32 gambling show has coming for the 2022 season. Conference Over/under podcasts will be out soon. Look forward to more episodes coming soon. Thank you for listening, if you like the show check out our social media @4thand32podcast on Tik Tok, Instagram and Twitter. Check out our website 4thand32.com and please rate us, subscribe and share with your friends! Join the 4th & 32 family.
Summary: That's all folks! July has come to a close and so has Boobies & Noobies' inaugural summer special, Slick Summer Nights (not to mention the fifth season of the podcast). What happens when one of your contestants has an emergency the day of recording? Well, you step in with one of your favorite car sex scenes, of course. The competition is FIERCE in this one... All month long, we've highlighted a few of our favorite steamy scenes from romance novels in a head-to-head styled showdown. Be sure to follow Boobies & Noobies on social media and cast YOUR votes for the steamiest scene of them all on our Instagram. The Judge: Bree Hill, co-host of the Categorically Romance podcast The Contestants:Jillian Graves reading from The Professional by Kresley Cole- Read Jillian's debut novel, Titan: a Gargoyle Daddy Dom RomanceKelly Reynolds reading from Faking Ms. Right by Claire Kingsley- Add Kelly's upcoming debut holiday novella, Meet Me in Los Feliz on Goodreads - And of course, listen to Boobies & Noobies!Links: Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast, on TikTok @b00biespodcast, and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.
Summary: It's the penultimate episode of Boobies & Noobies summer special, Slick Summer Nights and today, things are heating up OUTSIDE of the bedroom. And we're cranking the dirty talk up to an eleven...Join us throughout the month of July as we celebrate our favorite steamy scenes from romance novels in a head-to-head showdown. Be sure to follow Boobies & Noobies on social media and cast YOUR votes for the steamiest scene of them all on our Instagram. The Judge: Andrea Martucci, host of the Shelf Love podcast The Contestants:Jess Bryant reading Branded as Trouble by Lorelei James - Upcoming release: Unmistakable Mate (The Fated Mates series #4) available July 21st Stephanie Rose reading Shifting Gears by Melanie Moreland - Latest release: Just One FavorLinks:Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast, on TikTok @b00biespodcast, and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.
Episode 87 – Welcome to the World's Biggest Aerial Stage: Airpower at Oshkosh Episode Summary: In Episode 87 of the Aerospace Advantage podcast, Welcome to the World's Biggest Aerial Stage: Airpower at Oshkosh, John “Slick” Baum, Doug Birkey, and John "Rain" Waters join us from the AirVenture flightline to discuss what airpower means to the public at large. The annual fly-in at Oshkosh is a legendary event. With over half a million people attending the week-long airshow in Oshkosh, WI, there is nowhere better to see everything from the newest F-35 to a vintage P-40 and everything in-between. With this year marking the 75th Anniversary of the US Air Force, airpower is certainly a high-profile topic at this year's show. Slick and Doug talk to us about what it's like to participate in the event—flying into the world's busiest airport, walking the flightline, and meeting legendary aviators. They also catch up with Rain, who flew as an F-16 demo pilot in past AirVentures and learn about what goes into that sort of performance. Credits: Host: Lt Col (Ret.) John “Slick” Baum, Senior Fellow, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies Producer: Shane Thin Executive Producer: Douglas Birkey Guest: Douglas Birkey, Executive Director, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies Guest: Maj John "Rain" Waters, Air Combat Command F-16 Viper Demonstration Pilot Links: Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: https://bit.ly/3GbA5Of Website: https://mitchellaerospacepower.org/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MitchellStudies Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mitchell.Institute.Aerospace LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3nzBisb Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themitchellinstituteforaero/?hl=en #MitchellStudies #AerospaceAdvantage #Airventure #Oshkosh #AirShow Thank you for your continued support!
Summary: Boobies & Noobies summer special, Slick Summer Nights continues with a round-up of romcoms. Because who says romance can't turn you on AND make you LOL?Join us throughout the month of July as we celebrate our favorite steamy scenes from romance novels in a head-to-head showdown. Be sure to follow Boobies & Noobies on social media and cast YOUR votes for the steamiest scene of them all on our Instagram. The Judge: Sarah, blogger from Really Into ThisThe Contestants:Aaron reading from Mama's Boy by Avery Flynn- Watch Aaron's Reading Room on YouTube- You can also listen to Aaron on the Categorically Romance PodcastSimone reading from Kiss My Cupcake by Helena Hunting Links:Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast, on TikTok @b00biespodcast, and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.
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What you'll learn in this episode: The surprising stories Prince Dimitri discovered while compiling material for his book, “Once Upon a Diamond: A Family Tradition of Royal Jewels” How decorative and fine arts have influenced jewelry throughout history Why paisley is an enduring motif in jewelry Why mixing high and low jewelry and fashion has always been chic How Dimitri's ancestor Catherine the Great created the royal uniform we recognize today About Prince Dimitri Prince Dimitri founded his company in 2007 after sixteen years as Senior Vice President of Jewelry with Sotheby's and later as head of Jewelry at Phillips de Pury & Luxembourg auction houses. Dimitri's love of jewelry dates from his childhood and unique heritage of a family where the heads of European Royalty were closely tied together in an era of extreme opulence, beauty and culture all over Europe. He began designing jewelry in 1999, with a collection of gemstone cufflinks that was sold at Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue. He also designed a line of women's jewelry that was sold at Barneys New York and Neiman Marcus. He has designed for Asprey's in London and done special lines for other American companies. With his own jewelry company he has been able to realize his own vision in his love of gemstones; the juxtaposition of unusual materials and color; imaginative forms and paying attention to detail and to superb craftsmanship. Additional Resources: Website Instagram Facebook Dimitri's Book Photos: Available on TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript: Growing up surrounded by the world's most beautiful jewels, it's no wonder that Prince Dimitri became a jewelry designer known for his gemmy creations. After working in the auction world for many years, he launched Prince Dimitri Jewelry, which offers a range of jewels from affordable to six-figure masterpieces. He joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about how jewelry became a symbol of royalty; the most memorable pieces that came across his desk at Sotheby's and Phillips; and where royal jewelers throughout history found inspiration. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is a two-part Jewelry Journey Podcast. Please make sure you subscribe so you can hear part two as soon as it comes out later this week. Today, my guest is Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia. After more than a decade in the auction world, rising to the top of the jewelry ranks, Prince Dimitri took his love of gems and launched Prince Dimitri Jewelry. He is also an author, having written “Once Upon a Diamond: A Family Tradition of Royal Jewels.” The book has been described as an extraordinary family scrapbook. It has photographs of his relatives, who are celebrities and royalty, showing them wearing their jaw-dropping jewels. It weaves in stories of his illustrious family background and the history that goes behind the photographs. We'll hear more about Prince Dimitri and his jewelry as well as his jewelry journey today. Prince Dimitri, welcome to the program. Prince: Thank you. Hello, Sharon. So nice to see you. Sharon: Nice to see you. Prince: I heard so much about you. Sharon: Dimitri, I'm going to let you tell everybody what your official name is because I could not pronounce it. I saw different variations. Go ahead. Prince: It's a Serbian name. It's pronounced Karageorgevich, and it's written with letters that don't exist in our alphabet. Sharon: I didn't realize that. It's interesting; in everything I saw about you, it gave your name, but I didn't realize it was Serbian. Tell us about your jewelry journey. Prince: It all started as a child. I was obsessed with gems, totally fascinated when I saw my mother and my grandmothers wearing jewelry. When we were in the street and there was a jewelry store, I had to go in and look, and I would stare at the showcases. It never left me. I think I was born with it. It's my passion in life. I joined Sotheby's in 1984 and I stayed there until 2001. Then I was at Phillips for three years. Little by little, I started designing, and now it's all I do. Sharon: I thought it was interesting; some of the material I read said you started making jewelry because you decided you'd seen everything there was to see in jewelry after so long in the auction world. Tell us a little bit about that. Prince: It's not exactly like that. I started designing cufflinks when I was at Sotheby's totally by chance. I had no idea I could design anything or that I was slightly creative. I was a gemologist and expert. I appraised jewelry, and that's all I did. Then a friend of mine had some cufflinks he had made in Brazil with some lovely stones, but a very ugly mounting with thick claws around it. I looked at it and I thought, “You know, I love those stones, but those big, thick claws around it are so clumsy. You need to remount them.” He said, “How should we remount them?” All of a sudden, my mind went blank. I saw a little hole, and I said, “That's it. You're going to drill a hole in the center of the cufflinks. In that hole, you're going to set a little diamond or a ruby or an emerald or a sapphire. It has to be a precious stone, one of those four. That will be how you mount it, through the stones. What you'll see on your shirt will be that lovely, emerald-cut aquamarine with a little stone in the center.” Slick, clean, very gemmy, very chic, I thought. He did it, and it worked beautifully. He said, “Why don't we do a collection like that?” Long story short, we did the collection. It ended up at Bergdorf, at Saks. Little by little, I said, “Let's make some rings and some bracelets and some necklaces on the same principle. All of it,” and we made all that. We were doing trunk shows on the side, as I was still at Sotheby's then, and little by little, it took on a life of its own. Then I was given an offer to join Phillips with a group of other people. It was at the time when Sotheby's was going through major changes and nothing was very happy there anymore, so I thought, “Why not?” That didn't last very long, the Phillips adventure, so I continued. Then, I was approached by a wonderful man who was called Salvador Assael, the king of pearls in those days. After the war, he had convinced all the big houses that black pearls were not black because they were dirty; they were black because it was a beautiful color. He finally opened their eyes. He told me the story of how they would look at the pearls and say, “But these are black pearls. They're dirty. Pearls are supposed to be white,” and he told them, “No, open your eyes. Look at this. This one is a green one. This one is a pinkish one. This one is a peacock one with mixes of green and purple,” and they loved it. He became the number one wholesaler of pearls. Sharon: Is that Assael? Prince: Assael, yeah. Sharon: Wow! Prince: He's very famous. He called me one day. He said, “You know, I love the old jewels and everything you make.” It was after 9/11. The market was not doing well for jewelry anywhere. He said to me, “I can't sell anything anymore because there are only so many strands of pearls people want. Do you think you can design a collection for me? More importantly, do you like pearls?” I said, “Yes, I absolutely love pearls.” We made this collection, and before you knew it, we were in every Neiman Marcus in America except three or four of them, I think. We were in 35 Neiman Marcuses. We were the number two seller at Neiman Marcus and it became a huge success. Then I met my business partner who put me in business to be a serious company. That was 2008, so things didn't work as well as I wished. I had to go on my own because he couldn't funnel any more into it, and now that's all I do. I'm back at Neiman Marcus in Dallas, but the bulk of my business now is one-of-a-kind pieces. That's what I really like. As I say in the preface of my book, I like the concept of alchemy. Bring me some lead; I will turn it into gold. All my friends look into their drawers and find these old stones and granny's pearl necklaces that they can't wear because they're so dated and all of that. Sometimes they bring me bags of things that are totally unrelated and I do the magic. Half of the jewels in the book are made like that. One of the typical examples: I was in Southampton with a friend. We were picking up pebbles on the beach together one day in August. We go home. She shows me these diamond earrings she wants me to remount, these little strings of diamonds that are badly made and boring. I went into the bowl where we had placed all the pebbles. I picked four of the most similar ones, and I said, “Here. This is where your diamonds are going. This is going to be your necklace.” She thought I was completely crazy. She said, “I know you are original and you have ideas, but—" Sharon: You were mixing pebbles and diamonds? Is that what you were doing? Prince: Yes. She said, “You're going to have to explain this to me.” I said, “I will. I will do a drawing for you, and you will make your decision.” So, I did the drawing. I get a phone call from her a few days later. She goes, “I love it. I need this necklace more than I've ever needed a piece of jewelry.” It's featured in the book; you'll see it. Sharon: How did the book come about? Did you want to write the book? Did Rizzoli come to you? Prince: The same way the first cufflinks came to me: totally by chance. It's one of the miracles of modern technology. It's called Instagram. I put all my jewelry on Instagram, but I have tons of old photos from the family, and I post them and write fascinating stories of what all these people have done. For instance, how my great-grandmother saved the life of Albert Einstein; how Adolph Hitler kidnaped the sister of my grandfather and had them killed in a concentration camp. Some of them are beautiful stories; some are very, very tragic, but there are many of them. Somebody from Rizzoli sent me a message on Instagram saying, “I love your Instagram. We should make a book based on that concept. I need to talk to you.” Long story short, it took two and a half years, and here we are. Sharon: Somebody should put together a book of all the stories of everything that's come from Instagram, because people have started jewelry lines and written books from it. It's really launched a lot of people. Was it hard for you to gather all the material, or did you already have it? Prince: I already had all the material. What I didn't have, my mother had. Also, some uncles and aunts and relatives had it, so that was easy. The difficult part was how we were going to make it work. We had to put the chapters in order. It was like a puzzle. We had everything on the floor in our minds, with the different chapters and stories and everything. Little by little, it came together. Everybody had a great idea. I had great ideas. They lady who wrote the book with me had a great idea. She was a fantastic fact checker. She discovered, for instance, that—one of the stories I tell is how, before the war, my grandmother, then Crown Princess of Italy, had discovered Maria Montessori of the famous Montessori School. She decided she loved that program so much, because it was so modern and interesting and ahead of its time, that she wanted to create her own Montessori School at the royal palace for her children and children of the nobility. My mother told me, “Yes, it was fantastic. Here's the photo.” The school was in the Gallery Uffizi in Florence, which had been turned into a palace one year before, in 1942. She said, “Yes, and Maria Montessori was so nice. I remember her.” Well, it was a fictitious memory my mother had because she was eight years old. We found out through fact checking that Maria Montessori was actually in India for eight years at the time. The person she met was the associate of Maria Montessori who founded the school with her. My mother assumed that, because her mother was who she was, it was actually Maria Montessori herself who came, but it wasn't the case. We discovered lots of stories like that. Sharon: Interesting. Prince: We discovered that my grandmother's famous Cartier jewelry was not Cartier jewelry. I pressed and pressed the wonderful gentleman at the Cartier archives, the poor thing. I tortured him so much that he had to do three months of research to find out that it was my great grandmother, the Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia, who came to Cartier to buy some things and asked him if they could repair this tiara she had in her bag. It was a tiara from Chaumet, and nobody knew it. In every history book, it's listed as the Cartier Tiara. I had just enough time to jump on my phone and call the editor at Rizzoli when we were already in full print. I said, “This is what's going on. We need to change the story.” They said, “You can delete the word Cartier. That's all I can do for you. It's too late.” We were in the middle of Covid. The paperwork was done in Bologna, which was the center of printing in Italy. “That chapter is going to be printed six hours from now, so let me hang up and call them.” Sharon: Is that what you did? You just didn't use the word? Prince: We just removed that, yeah. We couldn't say anything more, but I speak about it all the time. So, now people know. Sharon: Interesting. I've seen the book and I've looked through it, but I don't come from an illustrious background like you do. My ancestors were not royalty, so I didn't relate to it as much, but now this humanizes it. Prince: Yes. There are 16 pages of Romanov photos that have never been published before because I owned the four albums they were in, and I've never shown them to anybody. These are really interesting because it shows them in day-to-day life. They are in the south of France. They go to a spa in Gautreau, Seville, famous for its water. They visit the house of Joan of Arc. It's really interesting. The most fascinating series of photos is the second Olympic Games in history, photographed by my great grandmother. It's all there in the book. There were also photos in Venice and photos in Spain at the bullfights, but we decided not to show the bullfight because it could be controversial. In those days, it wasn't. Sharon: You've lived all over the world. Prior to coming to the auction world, you went to school in Switzerland, then France? Prince: I was in law school in Switzerland for a while, then in France. Then I did law school in Paris. Sharon: When did you do GIA? Prince: When I came to New York. When I finished law school, I had so many friends already in New York. New York was this magic world far away from us. There was something very exotic about America and New York. It was quite fascinating, so I decided to come here and finish my law studies. I had my degree already, but I thought it would be a good idea to do a training program on Wall Street, which is what lots of European people did. So, I did that on Wall Street for almost a year. It was very interesting. I learned a lot of things, but I wasn't particularly ready to make it a career. There was an opening at Sotheby's that I found out about, and that's how it happened. Sharon: Was it a huge decision, or was it a natural segue to go into that world from the world you were in, the business world? Prince: Yes, it was a big decision. It was a very exciting decision. It was a logical thing to do because I have this Renaissance mentality. I think one should know about everything in life. I felt that with a law degree and a kind of Wall Street degree, which is a Series 7—it's the exams you take to become a stockbroker—I thought, “I'm well educated enough to do what I really like, which is gemology and stones and jewelry and all of that.” I worked at Sotheby's right away. I knew enough about jewelry that I could become an expert right away, in the sense that I needed to learn gemology at the GIA, which I went did by following the prices in the market. Pretty quickly I moved up and became after six or seven years, I think, a senior vice president for the company. Sharon: What was it about the auction world combined with jewelry that attracted you? Prince: The amount of jewelry we sold every day, that was the exciting part. For every auction you see, the catalogue you see four times a year in New York, three times a year in Geneva, four times a year in London, and, in those days, also in Hong Kong, that catalogue represents the tip of the iceberg of what comes in and out the doors of Sotheby's. Every day, it was mountains of jewelry. It was so exciting to see so much. I'm very impatient. I want to see a lot. One diamond that's there day after day if you work in a shop is not exciting enough for me. Sharon: You need the constant turnover and attraction. Prince: Yes. That was great. One day we discovered, literally in a shoe box in a bank vault on Park Avenue, one of the most famous Cartier tiaras. The same one is in one of the Cartier books today. The lady who had it had no idea. She said, “I have this funny thing that goes on the head from my grandmother. Do you think it's worth anything?” I was like, “Yes! It's fantastic.” Sharon: Wow! What else is in shoe boxes that we don't know about, right? Prince: There were lots of things like that. My most beautiful story from Sotheby's, I have to say, was when this poor lady came in. She was a bag lady, literally, in tears and very nervous. I felt there was something going on there. She told me the tragic story of how her husband had divorced her, took all her money, and she had literally one little sapphire ring. She was hoping to get $2,000 to just be able to pay her rent or she was going to be evicted. She was going to be on the street. She starts crying and crying, and she said, “Do you think you can loan me the money?” I said, “Well, can I please see the ring?” She looks at me and goes, “Here it is. Do you think I can get maybe $10,000? Would that be possible? And you could loan me $2,000?” I take a look at it. It is the most beautiful Kashmir sapphire I saw in my entire life. I said, “I think I can get more. Let me speak to my boss for the loan. Let me see.” I call everybody. I said, “Guys, you won't believe this.” I tell them the story. They all look at the stone and everybody says, “Oh, my god! We've never seen a stone like that.” My boss says, “You know we don't loan money against one piece.” I said, “John, she thinks it's worth $10,000. Let's offer her $75,000 to $100,000 for the ring and let it sell for over $200,000.” He goes, “Fine.” I go back in the room with a check with me. I said, “Listen, it's your lucky day. That is a lovely ring. I think we can put an estimate of $75,000 to $100,000.” She almost fainted. She goes, “Oh, my god!” Three months later, she comes to the auction. We opened the bid at $75,000. Before you know it, the hammer falls, and it sells for $380,000. She is sitting in front of me sobbing and crying, and then all of us start crying because we knew the story. It is a lovely story because we really changed the life of somebody. Sharon: That's true. You did the change her life, it sounds like. From there you moved to Phillips. From Sotheby's, you moved to Phillips? Prince: Yeah. Sharon: And you were head of the jewelry department there? Prince: Yes. Sharon: Where were you when the man from Brazil came to you with the first cufflinks? Prince: I was at Sotheby's then. It was in 1997. It was 40 years before I left Sotheby's, so I was starting that process little by little then. Sharon: In your jewelry, you barely see the jewelry part; you see the gem. Is it the gems that are talking to you? Prince: Both. I love that. A lot of my jewelry is very gemmy, like you say. You're absolutely right, but a lot of it based on whimsical ideas, unusual materials like the pebbles from the beach or even rubber cords. I do things mounted on leather, Damascus steel, oxidized bronze, oxidized silver. 24-karat gold I use a lot. I do all sorts of things. The other source of inspiration is the shapes, shapes as you see them in decorative arts of every culture in the world. That was the philosophy of Cartier. He instructed, already in the 19th century, the designers who worked for him to look at the decorative arts and to travel and take notes and make drawings of everything they saw, because that was the basis for all sorts of things. In the 19th century, there was a very famous book written, which is called “The Grammar of Ornament.” “The Grammar of Ornament” is a visual dictionary of every artistic style that ever existed in history in any country in the world. It's absolutely fantastic, and I've gotten tons and tons of ideas from there. So did the people at Cartier at the beginning. For instance, the Edwardian period of Cartier, it coincided with two things: when they rediscovered the Louis XVI decorative arts style with the garlands—it was called the garland style—and the introduction of platinum. Platinum in the old days was not considered a precious metal; it was for industrial applications. Then, when they studied it, they realized how hard it was and how white it was. So, it quickly replaced silver. If you look at tiaras made with silver, which are the oldest ones from the first half of the 19th century, they are very heavy. They are lovely, but there's something about them. With the introduction of platinum, Cartier was able to transform them into literally a spiderweb, completely ethereal. That's when they double in size. They're ten times as thin and you can put twice the amount of stones. It sits like an aura on your head. That is what gave them the impetus to create the garland style, the classical Art Deco that mutated into Art Deco. At the time, platinum became such a success that it became seven times more expensive than gold. Sharon: Wow! Prince: It's interesting, yeah? Sharon: Yes, very.
Episode 86 – So You Want to be a Thunderbird? Insider Perspectives Episode Summary: In Episode 86 of the Aerospace Advantage podcast, So You Want to be a Thunderbird? Insider Perspectives, Mitchell Institute's John “Slick” Baum is joined by John “JV” Venable of the Heritage Foundation, former commander in the Thunderbirds, and Caroline “Blaze” Jensen, former right wing in the Thunderbirds, to reflect upon their years as members of the Air Force's famed aerial demonstration unit. We all know the public façade—the incredible flying, polished personas, and famed liveries. However, not many people know what it's like to execute at this intense pace day-after-day on a national stage. This conversation between three veteran Thunderbirds looks at what it's like to be on the team from an individual perspective. Flying skills are obviously crucial, but it takes a whole lot more to succeed as a member of this group. JV was selected in 1999 to command the Thunderbirds, and was on point for every practice, deployment, and air show for the 2000 and 2001 seasons. Blaze flew the right wing position for the 2012, 2013, and 2014 seasons. Slick flew the left wing position during the 2009 and 2010 seasons, which included an international tour in Asia. Credits: Host: Lt Col (Ret.) John “Slick” Baum, Senior Fellow, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies Co-host: Heather “Lucky” Penney, Senior Fellow, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies Producer: Daniel C. Rice Producer: Shane Thin Executive Producer: Douglas Birkey Guest: Col (Ret.) John “JV” Venable, Senior Research Fellow, Defense Policy, Center for National Defense Guest: Lt Col (Ret.) Caroline “Blaze” Jensen, National WASP WWII Museum Board Member Links: Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: https://bit.ly/3GbA5Of Website: https://mitchellaerospacepower.org/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MitchellStudies Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mitchell.Institute.Aerospace LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3nzBisb Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themitchellinstituteforaero/?hl=en #MitchellStudies #AerospaceAdvantage #B21 #Bomber Thank you for your continued support!
Video of this episode: https://youtu.be/PGAoyID7BKs The four horsemen of the symbolipocalypse return for a ride through the occult significance of man's trusty steeds. LC King, Mario Garza and Slick Dissident combine their knowledge and powers to decipher the astrotheology, gematria, and mythology of horses. Giddy-up! Join this group on telegram to leave us a voice, image, text, or video message to play on the air: https://t.me/viberantcalls EPISODE LINKSLC King - https://rokfin.com/lckingSymbolic Studies (Mario Garza) - https://www.symbolicstudies.com/Slick Dissident - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSSMh4fE7dAdhPcdtP0rW2A TELEGRAM LINKSInnerVerse Channel - https://t.me/innerversepodcastInnerVerse Chat - https://t.me/innerversepodcastchat WORK WITH MESound Healing Therapy: https://www.innerversepodcast.com/sound-healingOracle Card Counseling: https://www.innerversepodcast.com/oracle-cards Get InnerVerse Plus+ and enjoy the second hour of each interview. Free listeners are only getting half of the goodness!Join on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/innerverseJoin on Rokfin: https://rokfin.com/creator/innerverse SUPPORT INNERVERSESpirit Whirled: July's End (Audiobook narrated by Chance) - https://tinyurl.com/2dhsarasPhi'Telas: Sine Curve of Aeons (Audiobook narrated by Chance) - https://tinyurl.com/4sedfdshInnerVerse T-Shirts, Posters & Art Store - https://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/TripFlipArt/t-shirts/Buy from Clive de Carle with this link to support InnerVerse with your purchase - https://clivedecarle.ositracker.com/197164/11489The Aquacure AC50 (Use "innerverse" as a coupon code for a 15% discount) - https://eagle-research.com/product/ac50TT See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Here you'll meet two entrepreneurs who matched their love for cycling to the need for stylish cycling clothing. Lisa Carponelli and Kim Hopkins made the bold move to launch Velorosa - Cycling Wear for Bike-Minded Women during RAGBRAI (Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa) in 2015. Pooling their money they hit the road and their "kits" were a success. Here you'll learn about the who, what, where and why of Velorosa and yes, they'll be at RAGBRAI again this year. One more thing get 15% off when you order online and use the promo-code: Insight15. Slick huh? And, remember that you can hook up with us all day on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour and on Instagram. Here is Lisa and Kim: Thanks for listening! The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday business news podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and some local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday. You can subscribe on PlayerFM, Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday Noon on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour.
Going back to our broadcast archives, Bob airs the continuation of Will Duffy's cross-examination from the December 1, 2017, Open Theism debate versus Matt Slick. Duffy is the founder of opentheism.org (the official home of the debate) and Slick is the founder of carm.org, the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry. Section nine from GodsFreeWill.com/verses, 9 - God Says Things Are Possible that would be Impossible if the future were settled or decreed. Lest God consume Israel on the way Ex. 33:3 (i.e., during their forty years in the wilderness); Jesus could call for twelve legions of angels Mat. 26:53 (to save Him from the cross); God has provided a way for believers to resist any temptation 1 Cor. 10:13 (if only they trust Him); God is able to raise up children to Abraham from these stones Mat. 3:9; Luke 3:8; at times Jesus speaks in parables so that some of His opponents will not understand Mat. 13:15; Isa. 6:9-10; Mark 4:12; Luke 8:10; (by then putting His clear interpretation of the Sower parable into the Bible proves that Jesus' purpose was to thwart those unbelievers of His day, and not to confuse all generations of unbelievers who today can simply read the interpretation in any Bible); God could destroy Israel and raise up a new nation to Himself Num. 14:12; God could have destroyed Nineveh in forty days Jonah 3:4 (as He had said He would, but they repented so He did not Jonah 3:10); God doesn't bring the Israelites through the wilderness by a certain route so they won't be tempted to go back to Egypt Ex. 13:17; I could come up in one moment and consume Israel Ex. 33:5; God could destroy the land Ezek. 22:30; God could have enabled Eli's sons to have ministered forever to Him 1 Sam. 2:30; God could have given to Saul a perpetual dynasty 1 Sam. 13:13-14 & 2 Sam. 7:15; God could have totally destroyed Jerusalem 1 Chr. 21:11-12, 15; God could destroy a nation but may not if it later repents Jer. 18:7-8, God could bless a nation but may not if it later does evil Jer. 18:9-10; that as the tabernacle and the ark had been in Shiloh for centuries but then left never to be returned, likewise God threatened to permanently remove his Temple from Jerusalem Jer. 26:6; Ezekiel shall bake a specific cake that never gets baked Ezek. 4:12-15; I will fulfill My anger against the Israelites while they are still in the midst of the land of Egypt Ezek. 20:8-9, and in the wilderness Ezek. 20:13-14, 17; God says to the righteous, you shall surely live, but it turns out that he shall die Ezek. 33:13; God says to the wicked, you shall surely die, but it turns out that he lives Ezek. 33:14; and then the children in the wilderness Ezek. 20:21-22; destroy Jerusalem by Micah's prophecy Micah 3:12 with Jer. 26:18-19; Hezekiah is about to die Isa. 38:1; 2 Kings 20:1; God would have healed (blessed) Israel but for their sin Hos. 7:1; God hardens people's hearts (against what?), so that they wouldn't do the things that they couldn't do anyway, if everything had been decreed Ex. 4:21; 9:12; 10:20, 27; 11:10; 14:4, 8, 17; Deut. 2:30; Josh. 11:20; 1 Sam. 6:6; John 12:40; the wicked "limited the Holy One of Israel" from doing what He otherwise would have done Ps. 78:41; because of the unbelief of the Nazarenes Jesus did not do many miracles among them like He would have done Mat. 13:58; of course within the constraint of rationality and including the saving of men, "with God all things are possible Mat. 19:26; (see also other passages among the God repents verses; and see Mat. 18:6; and see those passages in the next category: God Said He'll Do Something He Never Does). * The KGOV Duffy/Slick Debate Analysis and Other Handy Links: - GodsFreeWill.com/debates - Duffy's Opening Statement and Comments (above) - Duffy Cross-Examines Matt Slick Pt. 1, Pt. 2, Pt. 3, Pt. 4, Pt. 5, Pt. 6 - Slick Cross-Examines Duffy on Open Theism Pt. 1, Pt. 2 (changes topic after 5 minutes) - Duffy's Closing Statement vs. Slick on Open Theism - Matt Slick's Historic Concession to Openness: "God is not outside of time" - 12/1/17: Open Theism: youtu.be/JCNPmLIOnDg (we welcome your comments) - 12/2/17: Calvinism: youtu.be/XDA-_SP3J9Y (on our moderated threads) - See the 33 Categories of Open Theism Verses at opentheism.org/verses - Hear Will's pre-debate radio interview at kgov.com/duffy - Related: Will Duffy vs. Arminian Pastor Jaltus: Is the future open? - Radio interview on the film Calvinist and John Calvin Institutes Bk. 1 Chap. 18. Today's Resource: Predestination & Free Will Debate Bob Enyart vs. Brian Schwertly Can God change? Does He change? Has God pre-planned all events? Is your life following a complete script, written before you were born? Has it been decided in advance which, if any, of your children will go to heaven or hell?
Hey there BCUFam! Remember the "season of clapbacking" that was happening all over the internet? We don't see the term bandied about as much now, but the act is still happening--even if it's in our minds. Let's talk about it. After you finish listening, please head over to the comments section at www.BlenCouragesU.com so we can continue our conversation! Thanks everyone and God bless you! Yours in faithful service, Blen
Thomas Baker Slick, Jr., oil heir, business man, philanthropist, adventurer, author and inventor, impacted the world with his grand ideas and scientific pursuits. As we celebrate SwRI's 75th anniversary, we remember the legendary and inspiring founder of the Institute who left a legacy of progress and innovation. Slick was known for his global vision and his desire to advance humankind. He was also known for his world travels, art collection and his expeditions in search of the mythical yeti. On this episode, his family members tell us they also knew another side of him, sharing intimate details of Tom Slick's extraordinary life and their colorful memories of his humor and wisdom. Listen now as Slick's son, Chuck, and niece, Catherine Nixon Cooke, recall the man they knew as beloved father and uncle, and discuss how he continues to change the world today.
Summary: Boobies & Noobies summer special, Slick Summer Nights continues with another steamy match-up. I'm calling this one "Witchy Tricks & Yummy Treats", in honor of today's guests (aka my kindred spirits). Also, please note that today's sexcerpts are on the kinkier side (humiliation, degradation, voyeurism, and exhibitionism). If that's not your thing, no worries! There's always next episode... Join us throughout the month of July as we celebrate our favorite steamy scenes from romance novels in a head-to-head showdown. Be sure to follow Boobies & Noobies on social media and cast YOUR votes for the steamiest scene of them all on our Instagram. The Judge: Aria Wyatt, author of The Compass series The Contestants:Ammy Belle reading from Neon Gods by Katee RobertAmy Richards reading from Priceless by Miranda Silver- Shop the Words and Kisses online bookshop (and subscription boxes)Links:Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast, on TikTok @b00biespodcast, and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.
Welcome to a special bonus episode celebrating the 29th ANNUAL CANADIAN GRAND PRIX NEW PRODUCT AWARDSSylvain and I are thrilled to be a sponsor of these prestigious awards for the third year in a row and have the chance to hand out the hardware on the stage to the winners in person for the first time!We had the opportunity to meet and get to know many fantastic food innovators and entrepreneurs, creators and makers - from consumer brands to private retail labels. These are their stories.In this episode, meet Canadian Grand Prix New Product Awards Finalist Bonus episode: Meet Rob Sengotta and Landon Kroeker, Von Slick's Finishing TouchThanks for joining us on this special bonus episode of The Food Professor. Stay tuned for plenty of great interviews of the finalists from the Retail Council of Canada's Canadian Grand Prix New Product Awards. And stay tuned for our regular full-length episodes available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google - wherever you enjoy your podcasts today. About Rob Sengotta and Landon KroekerThe Man Behind the Flavour: RobMy 25 year culinary career has been an experience filled with adventure and growth. From world travel to building amazing relationships and pushing myself out of my comfort zone to continue to master my craft.I've had the privilege of cooking on private yachts, fine dining trains, even at a Helicopter ski resort. Working with some of the best chefs in Europe and Canada along the way.From Michelin star restaurants in England and France, to spending time as a private chef in Whistler and Vancouver and finally owning my own fine dining restaurant for 10 years in British Columbia's beautiful Shuswap region.Using compound butters in fine dining is a common occurrence to bring bold flavour to your dish, as well as create dish consistency. Yet it can be difficult to find the product on the retail level.From a home cook to professional chef, Von Slick's has the ability to deliver a new level of restaurant quality flavour to any of your home-cooked meals. About UsDr. Sylvain Charlebois Dr. Sylvain Charlebois is a Professor in food distribution and policy in the Faculties of Management and Agriculture at Dalhousie University in Halifax. He is also the Senior Director of the Agri-food Analytics Lab, also located at Dalhousie University. Before joining Dalhousie, he was affiliated with the University of Guelph's Arrell Food Institute, which he co-founded. Known as “The Food Professor”, his current research interest lies in the broad area of food distribution, security and safety. Google Scholar ranks him as one of the world's most cited scholars in food supply chain management, food value chains and traceability. He has authored five books on global food systems, his most recent one published in 2017 by Wiley-Blackwell entitled “Food Safety, Risk Intelligence and Benchmarking”. He has also published over 500 peer-reviewed journal articles in several academic publications. Furthermore, his research has been featured in several newspapers and media groups, including The Lancet, The Economist, the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, BBC, NBC, ABC, Fox News, Foreign Affairs, the Globe & Mail, the National Post and the Toronto Star. Dr. Charlebois sits on a few company boards, and supports many organizations as a special advisor, including some publicly traded companies. Charlebois is also a member of the Scientific Council of the Business Scientific Institute, based in Luxemburg. Dr. Charlebois is a member of the Global Food Traceability Centre's Advisory Board based in Washington DC, and a member of the National Scientific Committee of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) in Ottawa. Michael LeBlanc is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice. He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience, and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career. Michael is the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts including Canada's top retail industry podcast, The Voice of Retail, plus Global E-Commerce Tech Talks , The Food Professor with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois and now in its second season, Conversations with CommerceNext! You can learn more about Michael here or on LinkedIn. Be sure and check out Michael's latest adventure for fun and influencer riches - Last Request Barbecue, his YouTube BBQ cooking channel!
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Summary: Boobies & Noobies summer special, Slick Summer Nights continues with another steamy match-up. Today's scenes are both kinky AF, but which do you prefer... group sex or a homemade sex tape?Join us throughout the month of July as we celebrate our favorite steamy scenes from romance novels in a head-to-head showdown. Be sure to follow Boobies & Noobies on social media and cast YOUR votes for the steamiest scene of them all on our Instagram. The Judge: Ariana MarieThe Contestants:Rebecca Hefner reading from Beyond Control by Kit Rocha- Be sure to check out Rebecca's latest release, Garridan's Mate- Rebecca also publishes under the pen name, Ayla Asher Kat Mary reading from Stanton Adore by T.L. Swan- Subscribe to Kat's Youtube channel, Kat Reads RomanceLinks:Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast, on TikTok @b00biespodcast, and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.
To enter the Dave Lapham In The Trenches One Million YouTube Views Celebration, go to the following link. https://gleam.io/4ze28/in-the-trenches-with-dave-lapham-podcast-4th-of-july-giveaway Phil Simms returns to In The Trenches with Dave Lapham, presented by First Star Logistics, to discuss the top topic when talking about the Cincinnati Bengals, quarterback Joe Burrow. With two years under his belt, Burrow will be expected to take the Bengals back to an AFC North title, AFC Championship, and another Super Bowl as the Bengals have added some key pieces along the offensive line in Ted Karras, Alex Cappa, and La'el Collins to their offensive roster to help him put up even more significant numbers. Simms talks about the changes Burrow made to his physical build, his game, and the time he recently spent with his son Chris Simms in Part One, talking about all things Joe Burrow.
In this action-packed episode Volume 10 interviews St. Louis Gibbor, plus Old Grape God, Slick Devious, and Lt Headtrip discuss their music and new releases by others. New releases: Buck 65: King Of Drums https://buck65.bandcamp.com/album/king-of-drums E L U C I D: I Told Bessie https://elucid.bandcamp.com/album/i-told-bessie Pan Amsterdam and Damu The Fudgemunk: EAT https://panamsterdam.bandcamp.com/album/eat Moor Mother: Jazz Codes https://moormother.bandcamp.com/album/jazz-codes The Difference Machine: Unmasking The Spirit Fakers https://fullplate.bandcamp.com/album/fp022-unmasking-the-spirit-fakers Ace Cannons and MIGHTYHEALTHY: MIGHTYCANNONS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_ndf6V49S44vyscU5VfXj9S50xQWf9Z_sc MC/producer Old Grape God of Portland OR describes himself as the Laotian Beyonce or a less horny Kool Keith. Joining in our conversation is his frequent collaborator Slick Devious (https://slickdevious.bandcamp.com). https://grape-god.com Lt Headtrip is a producer/MC and CEO of WATKK (Karma Kids, label/collective) of NYC, newly relocated to Portland OR. https://ltheadtrip.bandcamp.com St. Louis Gibbor, hailing from Pasadena CA, is a seasoned yet relatively unknown MC with a checkered past and bright future. Guest interviewer Volume 10 (Good Life/Project Blowed, https://volume10.bandcamp.com) navigates Gibbor's history as a listener, an artist, and a survivor. https://music.apple.com/us/album/the-supernatural-progression-of-the-boom-bap/1548006445 BONUS EPISODE: More with Old Grape God, Slick Devious, Lt Headtrip, St Louis Gibbor, and Volume 10, plus past bonus episodes ft. Antipop Consortium, Rob Sonic, billy woods, Bigg Jus, Doseone, Mike Ladd, New Kingdom, etc. $3 at http://patreon.com/weirdrap. Weird Rap apparel, music, socials, etc. at http://weirdrap.com.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, the guys weigh in on fireworks before the traditional round of Stump the Band. Following the tease, Mitch gives a nod to an honest young man named Patrick before digging into an interesting question posed by Slickhawk about Julio Rodriguez. The three featured guests are Rick Neuheisel, former Bremerton football coach Joe Kennedy, & Rhonda Smith-Banchero a.k.a. "Paolo's Mom". The “Other Stuff” segment includes stories such as Drew Lock catching flak on Twitter, GrubHub making a rescue, and a man's final sip of rum! GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Joe Kennedy | Former Bremerton HS football coach Rhonda Smith-Banchero | UW basketball alum & Mom of Paolo Banchero TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:05 | Hotshot studied hard for the opening Stump the Band question about Julio Rodriguez. 23:57 | Mitch gives a shout-out to Patrick who returned a lost wallet to the Levy household. 34:15 | The guys address a question inspired by Slick about how the M's front office should address Julio Rodriguez's emerging stardom. 54:37 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel checks in to discuss the shakeup to the PAC12 with USC and UCLA parting ways for the Big Ten. 1:12:49 | GUEST: Joe Kennedy joins the show to break down the recent Supreme Court case involving his prayer on the football field. 1:43:07 | GUEST: Rhonda Smith-Banchero checks chat about raising her son Paolo leading up to his number one selection in the 2022 NBA Draft. 2:12:57 | “Other Stuff” topics range from subtle pot shots at Drew Lock, a miracle courtesy of GrubHub, and a daughter's final gift for her father!
Summary: We're kicking off Boobies & Noobies inaugural summer special, Slick Summer Nights. 6 episodes, 12 spicy romance scenes, 1 champion (though let's be honest, we're all winners here). Today's episode poses a very important question... Cinnadom or Daddy? Join us throughout the month of July as we celebrate our favorite steamy scenes from romance novels in a head-to-head showdown. Be sure to follow Boobies & Noobies on social media and cast YOUR votes for the steamiest scene of them all on our Instagram. The Judge: Nikki Brooks The Contestants:Jenny Smith reading from Bohemian by Kathryn NolanAlicia Delory reading from Weather Girl by Rachel Solomon Links:Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast, on TikTok @b00biespodcast, and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.
Very mumbly... Pabst Blue Ribbon PBR offers 1,844 pack of beer... Bird perch dildo... When suction cup dildos don't come off of the toilet seat you put it on... Vodka in the whip cream product - Whip Shots... The penis of a virgin is way bigger and better than a well used one... Katie's PPOTW - Kakashi Hatake (anime character)... Why nobody pronounces things properly anymore... Sir me not... Going to the Louis J Gomez show??? Getting into the modern foot fetish... Why doesn't Katie ever show her feet??? Episode of "Rule 34"... Get Steve -O's mouth, full of jizz, on a mask... Now we are getting into some man butt... Some methods of body hair removal for men... Monthly Florida alligator update... The Garbage shows on TLC... Katie making fun of the hairy guy that shaved just his wieners area... Slick boy summer??? Taking pics of SC while he sleeps... Buying strange product from strange strip club magazines... Some in's and out's of anal bleaching... Anal bleaching but with laser beams... Tits Man @Kandiiest... Going long on pride month... 9 sex toys every gay man should own... Or not.
The Chief Love Officer addresses a dual change of phone number. He also mentions living one's best life and encourages a lady to go back to her husband. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Brought to you by DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT! A look at the fascinating and adventurous life of millionaire Tom Slick. Inventor, entrepreneur, philanthropist, science enthusiast, paranormal investigator, and - of course - monster hunter! Southwest Research Institute (1947) - independent and nonprofit applied research and development (R&D) organization. Institute of Inventive Research (defunct) - an applied science and innovation incubator (in a barn at ESSAR) - closed in 57 - Mind Science Institute - (1957) research facility to conduct consciousness studies Texas Biomedical Research Institute started in 41 - became current name in 52 - largest privately own bio-agents research facility, largest cluster of statistical gene research computing The Argyle Club - run by Tom's sister - was used as a fundraising mechanism for the science institutes including promoting the relatively new idea of memorializing donations instead of sending flows. (Now quite common, but new at the time) … as they say now "in lieu of flowers please donate…" Slick Airways - one of the first cargo transport companies, competed with other early companies and picked up a lot of gov't contracts including some OSS (now CIA) missions Pioneer in developing the Brangus breed of cattle which combined Indian Brahma and Scott Angus breeds for heartier, tastier, heat-resistant breed Books used in the research of this episode (Amazon Links) In Search of Tom Slick - new edition of Catherine Nixon Cooke's book Searching for Sasquatch - by Brian Regal Abominable Science - by Loxton & Prothero Tom Slick: True Life Encounters in Cryptozoology - by Loren Coleman The Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas (1957) Hammer Film Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the return of the Classic Album Clash, and this time it's all about the WWF – “The Wrestling Album” vs “Piledriver.” And the panel includes Jericho's oldest wrestling friend in the biz and friend of the pod, Lance Storm, the Wrestling Observer's Bryan Alvarez, and Big Vinny V! They talk album covers, production, music videos, lyrics, and performances as they do the track-by-track breakdown and head-to-head battle. They have great stories, memories, and fun facts about Vince McMahon, Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper, Honky Tonk Man, Hillbilly Jim, Jimmy Hart, Slick, Koko B. Ware, and Mean Gene Okerlund. They explain how Cyndi Lauper, Rick Derringer, and even Meatloaf got involved in the albums and music, and of course, they pick a favorite album when all is said and done.
Long-time friend of the show, Slick Schultz joins Lopez for a remote broadcast that was recorded live at Camp Brewing in Hampton, GA. Over some beers we discuss medical fears, brewing beer, teeth cleaning, toilet etiquette, and more. Nick was also on my Offline show about content creation (link below). Check out Slick on Offline episode 2 here: https://youtu.be/s3aZ7lhZKJI Contact Slick: Twitter: https://twitter.com/SlickSchultz Instagram: https://instagram.com/SlickSchultz ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Filmed at Camp Brewing (Thanks, guys!): https://www.campbrewingcompany.com/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ My Socials: Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/lopezradio Twitter: https://twitter.com/lopezradio ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Community Discord: https://discord.gg/nsQYRSJ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Podcasts: Lopez Radio: https://link.chtbl.com/LopezRadio Parentally Unprepared: https://link.chtbl.com/ParentallyUnprepared ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Music by Spuntastic: https://spuntastic.bandcamp.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lopezradio/support
While projecting last week that a bait and switch could be in play the next few years with KC's Billionaires bringing the World Cup to Arrowhead, I never would have predicted something as absurd as the $50 million we are already on the hook for to tear up the stadium for FIFA. Local authorities suddenly have no answer on where the money is coming from. A woman in Overland Park is a serial thief and the kind of story that would make a great movie.... she lives in a fabulous home near 137th and Horton. Her latest heist was at Scheel's and after years of ripping off stores, she's finally going to jail for real. There are stories circulating that Biden's plan to get WNBA star Britney Griner home from Russia is to swap her for a terrorist called the "Merchant of Death." Bobby Witt Jr. goes off with a pair of home runs and an rbi double in a wild 12-11 win over the Angels in 11 innings. He's a can't miss superstar. KC's current superstar of stars, Patrick Mahomes, is getting a lot of ink about how moving his trainer to KC is getting him into the best shape of his life. We'll see. The PGA Tour has already decided if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. The Tour has plans to copy the new LIV league... exactly. And Big Slick is this weekend and Ted Lasso won't be here. But it's a great reason... he's filming the next season of Ted Lasso! Now that's a good swap.
Today's word of the day is ‘epiphany' as in I had one as in I spent the weekend in Austin and something hit me. But before that! What's the deal with airlines right now? Flights canceled. Flights delayed. Staffing issues. What is happening? Back to the show… I am not 25 anymore. I think a tore a hammy waterskiing thinking I was still young. (8:10) What is happening with Kyrie Irving? Will he be a Net? Will he be Laker? Will he be Knick!?! This cannot be. (16:20) Anthony Rendon is out for the year. Anthony Rendon has a MASSIVE contract and hasn't played a full season for the Angels yet. It's an absolute disaster for the Angels. Now what do they do with Ohtani? Will Trout ever see the playoffs again? (19:55) Another Angels problems… the baseballs. Pitcher Michael Lorenzen went off because of how slick the baseballs are. There's a problem with the balls at all times. Today's theme is: what is happening? (29:40) Review: Everything, Everywhere, All At Once. (33:55) So You Wanna Talk To Samson!? Someone asked me about Kenny Atkinson accepting an offer to be the next coach of the Charlotte Hornets and then turning down the job. What? Yes. It happened. He won the title with the Warriors and then told Jordan he was out. (40:45) NPPOD. (43:30) We have an MLB owner's meetings update. Teams are not happy with the Oakland Athletics. Is anyone happy with them right now? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
WELCOME BACK! After a short summer vacation, the 209 boys are back! This episode Savage explains why he has been out of commission for a few weeks and explains why he is a wanted man in the south. The Fellas also talk about the first 5 episodes of the new Disney + show Kenobi. So sit back, relax and enjoy the show and until the next time.... we will see you in the 209!
Jamie and Marsh discuss the highlights, or rather the extensive mid-range tones, of the E3 week that wasn’t, delight in Next Fest’s demos for Old Skies and Agent 64: Spies Never Die, and usher in the doom of humankind in Shadows of Forbidden Gods. Geoff Keighley’s twitching automaton presents Summer GameFest aka Keigh-3. Enjoy it [...]
Neezy and Skeet give a recap from London's first birthday, discuss the looming food shortages, their thoughts on Lori Harvey breaking up with Michael B Jordan and more. Merch Links: Inaudibleraucous.com/naturally-nae SignUp with Scent Box shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=938179&u=…rllink=&afftrack= YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCSuG-jWD47CyNTh00zCrdeg
Bob airs the continuation of Will Duffy's cross-examination from the Open Theism debate. Matt Slick. Vs. Will Duffy. Will is is the founder of opentheism.org (the official home of the debate) and Slick is the founder of carm.org, the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry. * The KGOV Duffy/Slick Debate Analysis and Other Handy Links: - GodsFreeWill.com/debates - Duffy's Opening Statement and Comments (above) - Duffy Cross-Examines Matt Slick Pt. 1, Pt. 2, Pt. 3, Pt. 4, Pt. 5, Pt. 6 - Slick Cross-Examines Duffy on Open Theism Pt. 1, Pt. 2 (changes topic after 5 minutes) - Duffy's Closing Statement vs. Slick on Open Theism - Matt Slick's Historic Concession to Openness: "God is not outside of time" - 12/1/17: Open Theism: youtu.be/JCNPmLIOnDg (we welcome your comments) - 12/2/17: Calvinism: youtu.be/XDA-_SP3J9Y (on our moderated threads) - See the 33 Categories of Open Theism Verses at opentheism.org/verses - Hear Will's pre-debate radio interview at kgov.com/duffy - Related: Will Duffy vs. Arminian Pastor Jaltus: Is the future open? - Radio interview on the film Calvinist and John Calvin Institutes Bk. 1 Chap. 18. Today's Resource: Predestination & Free Will Debate Bob Enyart vs. Brian Schwertly Can God change? Does He change? Has God pre-planned all events? Is your life following a complete script, written before you were born? Has it been decided in advance which, if any, of your children will go to heaven or hell?
This week I'm joined by Amanda and Jodie of We Love to Hate Everything to recap the premiere of Seeking Sister Wife! Enjoy!Gollow me on social media and more here! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we tackle the famous monster hunter known as Tom Slick Jr. We start by covering his father, Tom Slick Sr, and how he came to be an oil tycoon and one of the richest men in America then we jump right into Tom Slick Jr's monster loving life. He first tried to by a Hoat (Hog Goat hybrid) and when he couldn't buy one, he attempted to breed his own. He then was on holiday with a group of friends in Europe but hijacked the whole caravan to go searching for the Loch Ness Monster in 1937. Then in 1956 he began his legendary hunt for an even more legendary creature, the Yeti. This hunt would lead to international laws being made and would end when Tom had injury during a bus crash. He then would set his sights on the pacific northwest to search for the legendary Sasquatch. But along the way, he would stop and look for our new friend the Trinity Alps Giant Salamander. We also talk about Slick's celebrity connections, research foundations he formed, industrial patents, world peace goals, collection of fine art, and his tragic death. Join us this week as we stand in the shadow of this giant on Cryptids of the Corn. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Telegram, and Patreon at Cryptids of the Corn. Do you have a story you would like to share, or would you like to be on the show? Message us through our social medias or email us at email@example.com. As always, stay Magical. Patron Checkout | Patreon Cryptids of the corn Podcast | Facebook
Good morning and welcome to the ride! We have the best and worst summer jobs just for you. The crew discuss checking into work while on vacation. Right here are the excuses Black people make to not get in the pool. Steve and Tommy are asked if they have ever had the wrong thought at the wrong time. Is old school relationship advice still good today. Steve definitely tells the best stories especially when it comes to Slick. The CLO has a situation that goes against condomnsense. Have you ever heard the excuses Black people make to not go in the pool? Today in Closing Remarks, Big Dog warns us about the one job that the devil has. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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