Limping and wheezing into the end of the year, nothing can stop the mail. Slightly more can stop the Pick of the Week, but not this week. Plus we raise a glass to the sunsetting digital comics solution. Production Note: while our editing management department (eastern branch) did its level best, working day and night to eliminate all coughs, sniffles, dog barks, and other grunt-isms, we cannot guarantee the remnants of previous have not escaped the watchful editing of our dedicated staff. You have our apologies. Note: Time codes are subject to change depending on dynamic ad insertion by the distributor. Running Time: 01:13:58 Pick of the Week: 00:02:56 - The Amazing Spider-Man: Gang War First Strike #1 Comics: 00:14:02 - Spider-Woman #1 00:20:40 - The Penguin #4 00:25:25- Batman: The Brave and the Bold #1 00:34:58 - Quest #4 00:37:36 - Crave #1 00:40:18 - What's the Furthest Place from Here? #16 00:41:36 - Local Man #7 Patron Pick: 00:44:18 - Howard the Duck #1 Patron Thanks: 00:52:26 - Mike Cartwright Audience Questions: 00:55:54 - Robert W. is wondering about retcons, then Conor gets bogged down in the literal interpretation of the term "retcon" and Josh starts crying. Again. Brought To You By: • iFanboy Patrons - Become one today for as little as $3/month! Or make a one time donation of any amount! • iFanboy T-Shirts and Merch - Show your iFanboy pride with a t-shirt or other great merchandise on Threadless! We've got twelve designs! Music: "Fairytale of New York" The Pogues Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How much wood could a woodchuck chuck If a woodchuck could chuck wood? As much wood as a woodchuck could chuck, If a woodchuck could chuck wood. Slightly lesser known tongue twister... How many people can a female led thriller thrill, if a female led thriller could thrill? As many thrills as a female led thriller could thrill people if female led thrillers could thrill. Did you get that? Yea. This time, we didn't either.
Thanksgiving dinner shoppers will get a bit of a break in the pocketbook this year. Illinois shoppers participating in the annual American Farm Bureau Federation's (AFBF) Thanksgiving Cost Survey reported the average cost of a traditional Thanksgiving meal is down slightly compared to last year. Illinois Farm Bureau volunteer shoppers reported a state-wide average price of $63.87 for a classic holiday feast for 10, or around $6.39 per person. That is a decrease from the previous year's record-high of $64.05. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/illinois-in-focus/support
Yahtzee Croshaw, Marty Sliva, and Sebastian Ruiz are back with a brand-new podcast on Second Wind! For this inaugural episode, the crew is joined by special guest Stephanie Sterling to discuss this year's Game Awards nominations. From the team behind The Escapist, we're excited to introduce you to our new employee-owned and fully independent outlet, Second Wind. Consider supporting us on Patreon for as little as $1/month at patreon.com/SecondWindGroup
Washingtonians will be paying a little less for this year's Thanksgiving dinner than they did last year, according to the American Farm Bureau's 38th annual cost survey of traditional holiday eats. https://tinyurl.com/6zx3cr45 #Washingtonians #TheCenterSquareWashington #ThanksgivingDinner #AmericanFarmBureau #38thAnnualCostSurvey #TraditionalHolidayEats #Turkey #Stuffing #PieCrusts #WhippingCream #FrozenPeas #WholeMilk #Cranberries #VancouverWa #ClarkCountyWa #WashingtonState #ClarkCountyNews #ClarkCountyToday
Catch that subject line? It's not your relationship. It's you. Slightly provocative? Yes. Likely true on the deepest level? Also yes. Almost everything that I've had to apologize for in a relationship––or that I've wanted an apology for, had to do with my nervous system being too jacked or too drained. The current human reality (you, me, the planet…) We're generally dysregulated, out of balance. We're fried. Frayed. AND… We are Love. We want to show up as Love. We want to receive Love. We want to give Love. And whether we're conscious of it or not, we know on some level that our relationships are THE vehicle for healing, self-awareness, for getting closer to our Higher Self… It ALL happens in relationships. Episode #91 of WITH LOVE, DANIELLE is the third in a 3 part conversation on nervous system regulation. It's about learning how to meet our triggers (hello, Inner Child and everyone in the world who's triggering my Inner Child.) And then processing those triggers more mindfully, often physically, so that we don't have to owe––or demand more apologies. In this session we explore: Why we keep trying to solve the wrong problems in our relationships The relational symptoms of nervous system imbalance (overstaying, bickering, the silent treatment and the blame game…) Simple ways to get centered in heated or heartbreaking interactions How to get OUT of the loop of unhealthy behaviors/situations and a dysregulated nervous system––so we can unwire lifelong default stress responses that hinder love, intimacy, expression, and intuition. When the nervous system is strong, then our relating is strong. Less wigging, more loving. To less friction and more freedom. ICYMI here's: 4 Types of Stress Response––what's yours? 9 Ways We Add Stress to Our Lives Mentioned in this episode: This episode is a recording of the most popular class I've ever taught: From Friction to Freedom. When you register for the class, you get instant access to the entire replay AND $50 off my new program THE NOURISH SYSTEM! Here's where you get! Get my new (free) SACRED WEEKENDS email 2 Fridays/month SIGN UP HERE. Think: girlfriend vibe meets deep thinking. Connect with me on IG! I heart relationship Q's! xo
Elixir Energy Ltd (ASX:EXR) MD Neil Young tells Proactive strong progress is being made in drilling the Daydream-2 appraisal well at the 100%-owned Grandis Gas Project in the Taroom Trough of Queensland's Bowen Basin. EXR has also recently executed a Cultural Heritage and Management Agreement (CHMA) with representatives of the Mandandanji people. The agreement provides a long-term framework for managing cultural heritage matters across virtually all of ATP 2044 (the Grandis Gas Project), including as and when the project moves to a development phase. #ProactiveInvestors #ElixirEnergy #ASX #GrandisGasProject #TaroomTrough #energy #invest #investing #investment #investor #stockmarket #stocks #stock #stockmarketnews
We're back again.. Slightly late due to technical problems BUT we're here! Join us as we talk about Megan Rapinoe's final game, Rip the UK Government a new one because why not & Dave gives us the rundown on the new Robbie Williams Docuseries | Follow us on X @waitwhatpodtrio, Instagram @waitwhatpodtrio & on TikTok @thewaitwhatpodcast. All video versions of Idle Chat are on our YouTube channel Wait.. What?! Podcast |
Welcome to the Five Song Mixtape! This week we discuss the mixtape titled “Slightly Harder Then Devin's Doughy Physique” by RJ. You can find the playlist by following our account on Spotify @FiveSongMixtape or you can find us on Instagram @FiveSongMixtape. We would love to hear your thoughts on the playlist and please give us a rating via iTunes to help spread the word!“Slightly Harder Then Devin's Doughy Physique” by RJ1. “Homebuilder” by Worthwhile2. “Death of Youth” by Departures3. “1999” by Birthright4. “Passing Existence” by The Cold Harbour5. “Sorry” by Sleep Talk Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Nach der SPIEL beginnt die Zeit der großen Rückschauen. Und auch im Beeple-Talk wollen wir auf ein Jahr zurück blicken. Aber nicht das Jahr 2023 - das machen andere. Dennis (Board Game Theory) und Dirk (Board Game Theory) gucken sich den Jahrgang 2019 an. Und die Rekord-Spiel hatte auch einen würdigen Jahrgang. Manche Spiele die hoch im Kurs standen sind im Nachhinein als nicht ganz so großartig daher gekommen. Aber eine große Anzahl wird auch heute noch gerne und viel gespielt. Die schiere Innovationsflut sorgte auch heute noch für Staunen und offene Münder. Mit Wonne schwelgen die beiden in Erinnerungen. Für Dirk war es die erste Spiel. Dennis hatte sich zum ersten mal fast professionell vorbereitet. Und nach 75 Minuten stellt sich die Frage: War 2019 der beste Spielejahrgang aller Zeiten? Viel Spaß beim Beeple-Talk, präsentiert von The Board Game Theory
Join your favorite idiots on the newest episode of 'Slightly Agitated', we talk about the best and worst Thanksgiving dishes. ** Explicit** You can find all of our social medias here! https://linktr.ee/bheromedia
In this week's Performance Process, we talk to Mehdi Kordi, PhD and Head Coach (Track Sprint) at the Dutch National Cycling Federation. Kordi recently coached Jeffrey Hoogland to a new Kilo World Record, and having spoken with him for our optimising deep dive looking inside that new World Record, we knew we had to get Mehdi on the podcast. In this episode, Mehdi talks us through his unique route into coaching, including a detour into researching CPR techniques for use in space on the one-way mission to Mars. He also breaks down the benefits of an inquisitive mindset and how to harness it. There's a discussion on the importance of improvement-focused process goals and why ultimately everything still hinges on binary results, and the challenges of coaching Olympic athletes from a different country.Slightly worryingly, Mehdi explains why track cycling is so dependent on the Olympics and why its days at the Games might be coming to an end, and his take on the challenges the UCI faces in ensuring a level playing field. The Performance Process is a members-only podcast from Escape Collective. If you're not a member, you'll need to become one (insider or supporter level both apply – monthly or annual both apply) to listen to the full show.
Leeds United’s 2-1 win against Plymouth Argyle leaves us with an 8 point gap to both Leicester City and Ipswich Town. What do the chances of promotion look like right now? Follow us on Twitter @mightywhitespod and visit mightywhitespodcast.com.
11-16-23 AJ Daily Effects of Lower Corn Prices on Feeding Cost of Gain for Cattle FinishingAdapted from an article by Michael Langemeier, Purdue University Cost of Thanksgiving Dinner Down Slightly From Record High in 2022 Adapted from a release by the American Farm Bureau Federation Bipartisan Group of Congressional Members Support Sheep Industry Investigation Adapted from a release by R-CALF USA FDA Grants Supplemental Claims for Dairy and Beef Replacement Heifers Adapted from a release by Kasey Brown, Filament, for Pharmgate Animal Health, Elanco Animal Health Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net.
The American Farm Bureau Federation recently released its 2023 Thanksgiving Dinner cost survey. Chad Smith has more on the price of a Turkey Day meal. Smith: Farm Bureau's 2023 Thanksgiving cost Survey is showing a directional change in food prices. Veronica Nigh, senior economist with the American Farm Bureau, says a Thanksgiving Day meal is a little cheaper than in 2022. Nigh: This year, the Thanksgiving dinner is about five percent less than was reported last year. Certainly, inflation continues to be an issue for all of us. And it's certainly worth noting that while we saw a decrease this year, Thanksgiving dinner is still up about 25 percent relative to 2019, the last year where things were relatively normal in U.S. food production. But directionally, things are looking up. Smith: Nigh says the national average cost of this year's Thanksgiving Day dinner is $61.17. But different regions of the country will see big differences in costs. Nigh: In the Midwest, we have the lowest cost for the Thanksgiving dinner at $58.66. Next in line is the South, followed by the West, and finally the Northeast with the most expensive basket at $64.38, which is almost $6 more than what we saw in the Midwest. Smith: Thanksgiving usually centers around turkey, and Nigh says that's where the drop in prices begins. Nigh: This year, turkey prices were down almost six percent compared to last year. I'll take you back to 2022, when we had a really nasty outbreak of high path avian influenza, and while that still is lingering out there, the number of impacted turkeys in 2023 compared to 2022 are down more than 95 percent. Certainly, having contained high path avian influenza has led to lower turkey prices in 2023. Smith: For more information on the survey, go to fb.org. Chad Smith, Washington.
Join your favorite idiots on the newest episode of 'Slightly Agitated', we talk about the best and worst bands and mostly just piss off of Brian. ** Explicit** You can find all of our social medias here! https://linktr.ee/bheromedia
European bourses slump, whilst US futures meander on either side of the unchanged level; NQ underperforms on higher yieldsBonds continue to sell-off following yesterday's hawkish leaning comments from Fed Chair Powell and a dismal US long bond auctionDXY is slightly lower, edging towards session lows of 105.76 with G10's generally lifeless against the DollarCrude benchmarks extend gains and entirely pare back the losses seen late in yesterday's session, whilst base metals are hit by broader negative risk toneLooking ahead, Highlights include US UoM, Chinese M2 Money Supply, BoC SLOOS, Fed's Logan, Bostic, Daly; ECB's LagardeRead the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk
Join Eric, @DrJoeEsposito, @GeorgeStein, @WSBBillCaiaccio, @TimAndrewsHere, @Autopritts, @JaredYamamoto, @EnglishNick67, and Greg as they chat about Election Day fallout, holistic health, Deb Bush, and much more! This podcast includes the 'Pre-show 60' and the radio show. *New episodes of our sister shows: The Popcast, Radio Labyrinth, Power Pod, The Nightcap w/ Jared Yamamoto, and One Topic are available as well!* “Brought to you by Findlay Roofing”
Stocks were little changed to close out the trading session on Monday after logging their best week this year, as hopes continued to prevail that the Federal Reserve is ready to call an end to tightening.
Welcome to episode 85 of the Thicc Bois podcast. In this episode we cover• Love on the spectrum• The brazen bull• Sociopathic scientists• The great bathing debateThank you so much for the continued support! If you enjoy the podcast please leave a like, rating and subscribe on your favorite platform. If you want to connect with us you can follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ThiccBoisPodcast or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Slightly over two weeks ago, Joree and I came home from an epic Africa trip. The following day, the police came to my door to tell me my 23-year-old son, Brett, was dead. As always, I try to use experiences in my life to authentically and honestly teach others - how to feel, how to cope, how to make meaning, and how to rejuvenate and re-open the heart after loss. Trigger warning: This one is raw, emotional, and contains discussion about death and grieving. What emotions show up in the emotional turmoil that is grief?How does grief show up in the body?How do you make sense of a tragic death afterwards?What are some of the best things you can say to someone in grief?What are some best practices to re-engage with life and routine after a death?Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Thank you for listening. Thank you for the love. Thank you for being you. You matter to me. You are important to me. You are why I do what I do. Please share with others if you feel they might benefit from this episode on loss, death and grief.
Tennessee Football has moved up to No. 14 in the AP Poll and No. 12 in the Coaches Poll, and the Volunteers are anywhere from a pick 'em to -1.5 point favorites at the Missouri Tigers. The Dave Hooker Show airs weekdays at 10am EST weekdays. Please turn notifications on! WATCH/SUB: https://linktr.ee/offthehooksports APPS https://apps.apple.com/us/app/off-the-hook-sports/id1640317550 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.airkast.tunekast5117_213&hl=en_US&gl=US Relive the greatest season in Tennessee football with behind-the-scenes stories about the 1998 National Championship Team. Click below for Celebrate '98: The Untold Stories Behind the Tennessee Vols' 1998 National Championship. Available in soft and hard copy. Personalized, autographed copies available! https://shop.offthehooksports.com/ SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS Andy Mason Elite Realty Real estate experts with over four decades combined experience in East Tennessee. Best prices. Best service in the Knoxville area. https://www.andymasonrealestate.com/ Apex Apparel Group Design. Brand. Market. Your Way! Unique products to promote your business with unparrelled customer service. https://apexapparelgroup.com/ Brainerd Golf Course and Brown Acres Golf Course Golf Chattanooga's best public courses. Tee times available! Just click below. https://secure.east.prophetservices.com/ChattanoogaV3/(S(bulxf3daupdyu2kxqnwdabs2))/Home/nIndex?CourseId=2,1&Date=2023-5-3&Time=AnyTime&Player=99&Hole=Any Campbell Cunningham Taylor and Haun Enjoy Life Better When You See Better! LOCAL vision service for Lasik, cataract surgery and regular eye examination. https://www.ccteyes.com/ Chatt Mortgage Congratulations! Your home search just got easier. Buying a home in Chattanooga has never been easier with Chattanooga Mortgage. https://chattmortgage.com/ City Heating and Air 50 years in East Tennessee. Integrity Matters! Don't trust a fly-by night HVAC company to tell you that you need a new unti that could cost thousands or more. http://www.cityheatandair.com Harrell Group Security Solutions Leadership. Experience. Specialization. Addressing problems through unique, mission specific mitigation techniques. Also, making your children safer one school at a time. https://www.harrellgrp.com/ Hemp House The premier hemp dispensary online with a wide variety, great selection and strict standards to ensure you only receive the best in CBD or Delta products. https://hemphousechatt.com/ Rick Terry Jewelry Designs We want to be your Jeweler! Looking for affordable game-day jewelry. How about the fire opals? A Tennessee tradition. https://rickterryjewelry.com/ Sport Treasures Carrying Over 5-million Sports Treasures….and so much more! Follow on Facebook for the best sports memorabilia. Daily updates! https://www.facebook.com/SportsTreasuresTn/ Sports Clips It's a game changer! Everyone needs the MVP treatment! Use promo code 2500 for $3 off! https://sportclips.com/us-tn-chattanooga-tn501?utm_source=SOCi&utm_medium=GMB Tennessee Cider Company The original hard cider of the Smoky Mountains. Use the promo code “HAT” to receive some free sway with your cider order. Available most anywhere in the U.S. https://www.tncidercompany.com/ Andy Self - State Farm CUSTOMER SERVICE STILL MATTERS! State Farm Agent Don Self and his team take customer service seriously. For well over forty years, they have built their business and reputation on taking care of their customers. In Collegedale and Ooltewah, as well as the greater Chattanooga area, Don and his team pride themselves on making sure you and your family won't have any surprises at the time of a claim. So, whether your need is for insurance for your home and family, or for your small business, give Don and his team a call. Within just a few minutes, you will find out what makes Don Self State Farm different from others. CUSTOMER SERVICE STILL MATTERS! Don Self, your friendly neighborhood State Farm Agent for the Greater Chattanooga area. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dracularmy (X-Men Unlimited #21) In which you should stop hatin', there's a big difference between fill-ins and filler, Snow Valley needs higher Ferris wheel standards, Todd DeZago must really hate video rental clerks, and we're all monsters - some of us just smell better than others. X-PLAINED: Strong Guy's hellacious history The nature and purpose of X-Men Unlimited X-Men Unlimited #20-21 Rock Trolls (Chambliss, Nettles, and Munson) What Asgard was up to in 1998 Magik vs magic The Snow Valley Harvest Festival Jubilation Lee, one of the guys Eagles vs Hats Fatman, Beardlady-o, Stickman-o, & Frogman-o Tic Tac Toe fundamentals Angry mobs Paige Guthrie, Angry Mom The many potential applications of Husk's powers Falls Edge, VA vs Eagle Ridge, WV Payphones & video rental stores X-friends Rutland, VT (again) Melvin J. Weals Helen Back The Donnybrook Country Club Cat Fancier & Motorcycle Conventions The Shi'ar Wardrobe Transmogrifier Steel (the Shaq one) The worst pun we've ever seen in a comic Earth: the Hipster Planet Which X-Men throw the best and/or wildest Halloween parties Fan-casting X-voices NEXT EPISODE: The X-Men team up with the Fantastic Four! Check out the visual companion to this episode on our blog! Find us on iTunes or Stitcher! Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men is 100% ad-free and listener supported. If you want to help support the podcast–and unlock more cool stuff–you can do that right here! Buy rad swag at our TeePublic shop!
"Whoever thought rugby & beer would go together?" - Dan Lyle In this US Rugby Happy Hour Tap Room episode, Bill & John introduce a new beer and brewery to their listeners! Don't worry, these breweries don't sponsor the show… so it's game on! I mean, if they wanted to, we're willing to take one for the team… or many. Recorded during the US Rugby Happy Hour LIVE conversation with Gift Egbelu of Gift-Time Rugby and the Rugby Swag Podcast. Check out the full podcast today!
Wherein I sit down with Patricia Viera and Jonny McGinty to look ahead to the URC season, already 2 rounds in! If you're enjoying listening, you can always buy me a beverage through the link below, or you can sign up through Anchor to become a monthly supporter! If you still haven't left a review, I'd really appreciate it if you could take that bit of time, it's really more helpful than I can say. In the meantime, thanks as always for your support! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ScrumOfTheEarth https://anchor.fm/thescrumoftheearth Thanks, cheers and be well! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thescrumoftheearth/support
Farmers and ranchers have gotten pretty familiar with high diesel prices, but have likely noticed a bit of a relief from last month’s high. Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, says the average price of diesel across Canada right now is $1.81 per litre, down from $1.88 in mid-September. “Any decrease in the... Read More
On this weeks episode of the Slightly Messy Show Mike and Meaghan talk about the mysterious lost potato and it's hysterical origins. We also talk about last minute panic cleaning and the joy we find in the cancellation of last minute plans. Don't forget to catch up on the Five Things You Need To Know Before You Go. All this and more on the Sightly Messy Show.
After a short, Fall break, we're back with more Podpops! Slightly revamped but with the same Ginni energy - tune in each week day for your daily dose of podcasting advice, news, history, and stories! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to Jersey Guy Sports, your sports talk home for the Yankees, Giants, Rangers and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. I'm your host Don. Thanks for listening. Today I'll be discussing:Giants lose in pathetic fashion in OT to the Jets 13-10, with 3rd string QB Tommy Davito not allowed to throw the ball. In a game that featured the most punts in NFL history since 2003, a crucial Gano missed field goal, and some of the worst football seen in recent memory, the Giants proved that they are even worse than the Jets.Jersey Guy Sports information: The Jersey Guy Sports Podcast is available on all podcasting platforms. Start here for links to the podcast on your favorite podcasting platform: https://jerseyguysports.buzzsprout.com/ Jersey Guy Sports YouTube channel: YouTube Follow Jersey Guy Sports on Facebook: Facebook page Follow Don on Twitter: Twitter page Follow Don on Threads: Threads page
Thank you for joining us for our 2nd Cabral HouseCall of the weekend! I'm looking forward to sharing with you some of our community's questions that have come in over the past few weeks… Lara: Hi! I've been wondering, are coconut aminos healthy? How about black salt (kala namak)? And black garlic? Thank you Anonymous: Hi Dr. Cabral, I have been working on healing my body for the past year and i have noticed major improvements. I am a vata-pitta body type and i realized that most of my issues were due to low HCL and lectin sensitivity leading to poor digestion and poor assimilation of nutrients which led me to have immune system imbalances, as well as impaired detoxification. I have been working on healing my gut with CBO protocol and finisher and improving my digestion however i am still struggling with detoxification. I am really sensitive to herbs and other salicylates and so far i haven't found anything thay helps. I have worked on getting in more phase 1 and phase 2 detox nutrients. I also tried glycine to improve glycination pathway but it has made me super depressed and fatigued. What can i do? Lindsey: hi dr. cabral - can a metabolism that has suffered from binge eating disorder (a lot of extreme sugar spikes and periods of normal consumption) heal? can insulin response ever return to normal if it is resistant now? Katy: I have been working with a FM Dr for the past 5 months and have not seen improvements. I have had extreme bloating that is minor in the morning and worsens throughout the day, regardless of what I eat. I have type 1/2 daily BMs. I have fatigue, low mood, headaches, mild acne, brain fog. Occasional dry skin on eye lids/swollen eye lids. Occasional rashes that are hot / itchy and that last about 20 min and show on my feet, hands, elbows, ears, nose. Stool/hair test results had shown dysbiosis/bacteria overgrowth w/ pathogenic bacteria (Hafnia Alvei), maldigestion, & higher fecal fats. Slightly higher mercury, lower chromium/iodine. Have tried elimination diet, low-FODMAP, & supplements that haven't helped. Hoping you can help determine best next steps on testing / areas to focus on. Thanks! Kerri: Hi Dr Cabral, I was recently browsing your CBD products. I have psoriasis and have been told stress affects it which I believe is true. Would CBD oil help with stress? Thanks soo much love your podcast! Duanne: Can you explain what someone should do if they have eczema inflammation on parts of the body? Thanks Dr. Cabral Thank you for tuning into this weekend's Cabral HouseCalls and be sure to check back tomorrow for our Mindset & Motivation Monday show to get your week started off right! - - - Show Notes and Resources: StephenCabral.com/2823 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!
The gents are back with a (slightly late) NBA preview for the ages. Jackson and Goose predict the top 6 seeds in both conferences and analyze the league's top teams before giving their individual award picks. Good bants this week and we hope you all enjoy! For more Bragman Breakdown content, follow us on social media:Instagram: https://instagram.com/bragmanbreakdownpod?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@bragman_breakdown?_t=8UTfP6R9XgM&_r=1
Join your favorite idiots on the newest episode of 'Slightly Agitated', we talk about the best and worst horror movie villians. ** Explicit** You can find all of our social medias here! https://linktr.ee/bheromedia
The death toll in Gaza is over 7,000 people since Israel began retaliating for a Hamas attack on October 7th; A federal appeals court has denied a request from six Southwest Virginia property owners to halt the Mountain Valley Pipeline's construction; Richmond Public Schools will host its second annual “fall for all festival” at River City Middle School this weekend; and other local news stories.
Gregor Robertson, Jonathan Northcroft and Martin Samuel join Tom Clarke. They look back at the weeks European fixtures, have things turned around for Manchester United and two of their players in particular Onana and Maguire? Was it a reality check for Newcastle and is Jesus the main man for Arsenal?Gregor went to watch Birmingham, and reflects on Wayne Rooney's start at St Andrews. The team look at new owners setting unrealistic targets, getting rid of unfashionable managers and how Rooney might react. Finally Martin and Jonny remember Bill Kenwright a toffee through and through. Timeline:Man Utd – a win but has anything changed.2' Onana the hero…is he coming good? Does one good game change things?5' needs to be proved over a period of games. overall performance still not great.7' what is United's identity. 10' These were once assumed wins, now they are celebrated. Relying on players who they were trying to sell a month ago.12' Parts don't fit. Sweeper keeper but with slow centre backs. Creativity or industry, not both.19' character and self-belief in players. Perspective, they're doing the very basics. Lets see how they do against better teams.Newcastle25' not quite a reality check, Dortmund are a good side. Hard to play two games a week of such high intensity.27' Perhaps lacking a little in player experience. Slightly affected by injuries, at that level. There is a reason it took Man City so long to succeed at that level.30' need to play differently in Europe.31' Now looking thin – Tonali long ban, Isak, Botman, Murphy and Barnes all injured. Will they be able to sign anyone given FFP??34' Jesus injury. Is he the main man for Arsenal, or do they need another striker?Rooney and Birmingham.44' Rooney's tough start at St Andrews. Fans not happy, previous manager sacked too early and the team not played well in either of his first two games.46' the players are not comfortable playing the kind of football he wants to play. Too much too soon. Rooney thinks that might be the case.52' Rooney not bothered by criticism. But will the fans turn round.54' far to soon to be turning on him.55' Are the owners – DC – well equipped to bring success to Birmingham or are they half hearted? They have done a lot of good things, but are they running before they can walk on the football side?58' Carrying the weight of being a player from ‘the golden generation.' He has to prove himself. Bill Kenwright1;03 a fan who ended up at the top of the club. Tried really hard to find a credible buyer. Had a rough time but loved Everton wanted the best for them and tried his hardest.1;05 Nice guy, and true fan. But became a lightening conductor for a fan base who had been let down. But Kenwright didn't have the money himself, tried to find it with other investors. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Slightly mean neighbor girls watch out for flying pastries because we're watching along to episodes 5 of Saban's Masked Rider entitled "Bugs on the Loose"! Come along as James watches the episode and discusses GG Allin through osmosis, MELT Gourmet Sandwiches in Muskegon, Michigan's Adventures outing, wedding weekend, cheap edibles, Major Bummer, "Orphan & the Five Beats", & more! You can watch along on YouTube, Archive.org, and BerekeScrubs! Want to hear more from your favorite Marsh Land Media hosts? Hear exclusive shows, podcasts, and content by heading to Patreon.com/MLMpod! Have fan mail, fan art, projects you want us to review, or whatever you want to send us? You can ship directly to us using "James McCollum, PO Box 180036, 2011 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60618"! Please, learn about Black Lives Matter, the protests, and find ways to donate at https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/. Follow the podcast on Facebook & Twitter @MSSPod, on Instagram @MSSPodcast! Watch James' "Mostly Playin' PlayStation" and our live streams on the MSS YouTube channel! On top of streaming on Facebook & YouTube, we also simul-stream at Twitch.tv/MostlySpeakinSentai! Listen to James' rap music under Marsh Land Monster on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, & more by clicking HERE. Send us a voice mail to be played on the show at (773) 270-0490! Nicole's Patreon is live! Check out www.Patreon.com/DarlingHombody for more details! Plus, head over to www.DarlingHomebody.com for all her art, the web comic Crumb Bums we make together, buy her merchandise, & watch her draw Gorma creations from the podcast! You can also buy her artwork on shirts and more on threadless.com/@darlinghomebody! Find her @DarlingHomebody on Instagram, Tumblr and Etsy! Buy her wares! Go purchase some of our original Sentai monster designs on RedBubble then post a pic on social media of you wearing the threads!www.redbubble.com/people/MSSPod/portfolio Find out more about James' other podcasts "Shuffling the Deck", "Sweet Child of Time", "Hit It & Crit It", and "This Movie's Gay" on our website, www.MLMPod.com!!! Plus, download James' albums!
Midsommar is the 2019 second feature film from writer and director Ari Aster. Starring Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor William Jackson Harper and Will Poulter as a group a friends invited to visit Sweden to experience an exclusive midsummer festival. After a family tragedy, the tensions in the relationship between Dani and her boyfriend Christian are out in the open. Despite her obvious fragile mental state she agrees to come along and it is not long before strange things start happening and the lines between reality and hallucinations become blurred. Midsommar is an extremely vivid and imaginative folk horror than manages to move between the disturbing and the amusing with ease. Anchored by a phenomenal performance by Florence Pugh helps the two hour and 27 minute run time feel light. The Podcast Nobody Asked For has to date recommended Midsommar 146 times - therefore it was not a surprise that their scores for recommendabilty were the full five. Slightly lower scores for small screen - this is film best viewed with an audience on a big screen - gives an overall rating of 4.15. [supsystic-tables id=273] Episode #261 Crew Links Thanks to Episode #261 Crew of Ian Harries (@lordharries) and Graham Jones from The Podcast Nobody Asked For Find their Websites online at https://thepodcastnobodyasked4.captivate.fm/ And at https://twitter.com/nobodyasked4pod Please make sure you give them some love More about Midsommar For more info on Midsommar, you can visit Midsommar IMDb page here or Midsommar Rotten Tomatoes page here. Final Plug! Subscribe, Share and Review us on iTunes If you enjoyed this episode of Flixwatcher Podcast you probably know other people who will like it too! Please share it with your friends and family, review us, and join us across ALL of the Social Media links below. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Vid Here. This Halloween is about the UNIVERSAL MONSTERS, Funbears! We're talkin' DRAC, we're talkin' THE WOLF, and you KNOW we're talkin' BIG FRANK!! That's right - those classic monstros! And we're USING the bad boys to bring you the Funbearable classics: ROHRER YOU KNOW, PITCH DOCTORS - AND - the first Funbearable appearance of REJECTED HALLOWEEN COSTUMES as well as ... our all-time favorite segments, STRANGERS AND FICTION! A segment where we hire the cheapest writers on the internet to write horror screenplays about us and read them COLD live on the podcast (after providing them with SLIGHTLY inaccurate character descriptions). With this episode, we cross our 18th hour of Halloween content from the Funboys. Happy Halloween! Video edit by Craig Depina. @funbearable / funbearablepod.com #universalmonsters #dracula #werewolf #frankenstein #halloween #podcast
Meaghan is off this week trying to work out the new studio settings. Mike invites Adam, the new guy to join the podcast to explain his life shifting journey into radio and talk to listeners about who has changed careers recently. We discuss what would have to happen in our neighborhood for you too move to a new house. Plus, we hear the WILDEST neighborhood stories from our live tik tok.
Jordan Morris (@jordandavidmorris) loves a vs game and is playing both Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. I know more ABOUT MK but learn the joys of Streetfighter 6. He has a new graphic novel coming out and you can preorder it and see all the infoz… at jordanmorris.net. This was really fun.Donate to The Dork Forest if you like the show. The paypal is my email email@example.com and venmo is jackiekashian. Links to everything is at www.dorkforest.com or www.jackiekashian.com. Merch: New MERCH – beanie!! Union Made USA. And… All the things. www.jackiekashian.com. Premium eps of TDF are taped live and available here: https://thedorkforest.bandcamp.com/ Youtube has everything too. It's @jackiekashian on all the social mediaz. Audio and Video by Patrick Brady Music is by Mike Ruekberg Website design by Vilmos Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The end of liberal conceits? Chris thinks there is evidence for the existence of more anti-Semitism in the world, latent or otherwise, than most are prepared to admit. In the UK, few people can quite bring themselves to believe the evidence of their own eyes and admit to the anti-Semitism present in the Labour party - at least until Starmer began to clean the stables.Everyone, everywhere, says they are not anti-Semitic but despise Israeli policies.For many that is true, genuine and honest. For too many, it's just a mantra to put a thin veil over their anti-Semitism.Chris argues that something pretty fundamental shifted in the past few days. Jim disagrees.Hard thinking and endless reading (and listening) provides few answers and reveals only questions. One (possible) conclusion is that those with certainty are not to be trusted. Three thousand yers of history count for a lot, for all sides in this conflict. Great harm has been done to and by all sides.The intellectual contortions, verbal machinations, sheer flabby-mindedness of the world's left-liberal commentariat has been a wonder to behold. They try hard to blame, of course, Hamas, but 'provide context' via a critique of US foreign policy for the past hundred years. And, of course, blame Israel. It's the old politicians trick, in grotesque form, of saying something true and then immediately following up with a complete non sequitur. F. Scott Fitzgerald said, "The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function." Well, we certainly have plenty of first rate intellectuals around the West who believe that Hamas is entirely to blame for the terrorist attacks.. But so is the US and Israel. History provides plenty of facts. Choose one - or a few - in isolation and it is easy to take sides.Policy wonks have been claiming all week that they Hamas did what they did because they wanted to derail Israel-Saudi rapprochemont. If that is true, Hamas have succeeded. But how does anyone know what Hamas wants, other than their oft-stated aim of the destruction of Israel and the death of every Jew? The terrorism of Hamas might just have been nihilistic in nature, with little or no strategic thinking behind it. Perhaps Hamas 'succeeded' beyond their wildest dreams and haven't a clue what to do next other than to keep fighting, probably to death of all of them except their corpulent generals, safe behind lines, comfortably ensconced in luxury hotels in Qatar. Probably the hotels built for the football World Cup. Nothing, nothing at all, justifies what Hamas did. What Hamas did won't justify doing the same in return.The world is heading for catastrophe if Gaza is 'levelled'. The shrivelling West is trying to hold the Israelis back. The term in international law is 'proportionality'. We won't see that unless there is another fundamental shift.Now that World's policeman, the US, has left the stage - descended into isolationism and chaos in the case of Washington DC - conflicts will be a much more regular feature of the next 70 years. The period since WW2 was, historically, a remarkably peaceful time. 'Pax Americana' is no more. The 'Global South' is getting off the fence and landing in Beijing.Slightly more mundane thoughts:The Chair of the Federal Reserve made a daft speech this week. Sentiments that we are more used to seeing coming out of the ECB.Geopolitics are disrupting the bond markets and threaten a stock market crash. The Fed's response? 'We might have to raise interest rates'.Watch what they do rather than what they say but this is, at worst, mad, at best, irresponsible. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-other-hand-with-jim.power-and-chris.johns. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Do you ever long for a deep conversation with someone? Today's episode is about a creative measure someone took to make that happen. It reveals what many of us long for, and how we can make the world a better place, one conversation at a time. As with every episode, our purpose in this podcast is to help you find more joy in the relationships God designed for you. The Next Door app I'll start by telling you something interesting I found the other day on the social media app, “Next Door.” It's a bit like Facebook but for neighborhoods. You sign up to get posts from people living in your neighborhood, and it's usually people asking for recommendations. Things like, “I need a plumber,” or “I'm new in town and am looking for a good dentist, who would you recommend.” Things like this. Last summer, for example, I found a high school student through this app willing to pull weeds from our flower beds, so it's great for items like this. But you'll also find annoying things like a recent post that read “Why is the Taco Bell on Moreland Rd closed all of a sudden.” That's not so bad, but it generated a long thread of comments about how horrible Taco Bell is, followed by a string of Taco Bell fans praising the place. Followed yet by another string of “Why are people so lazy they can't make their own tacos at home? What's wrong with you people?” I think you get the picture. It's why I delete the app, but then months later sign up for it again. An unusual request Anyway, the most unusual post I've seen in a long time came from an attractive woman by the name of Nicole who posted her picture with the following: I turn 40 in roughly 4 months. To celebrate, I'm challenging myself to have deep conversations with 40 different individuals. What's in it for you? Maybe some clarity in an area you're questioning or better sense of your purpose or even just someone to listen to you unload. What's in it for me? I get to connect with YOU. Simple as that. I want to close out my 30s by connecting with as many people as possible. And if we already know each other, let's do this anyway! Message me if you're up to help me with this challenge. Summary of the Responses The last time I checked 99 people responded to Nicole. Here's a summary of those responses: Slightly more women responded than men No one said “no” or anything negative. Everyone either said “yes” in one form or another, “Happy Birthday” and nothing more, or they had a question 9 people commented something along the lines of “Oh, you're so beautiful.” One person said she looked like Julia Roberts. None of these 9 agreed to a deep conversation Nicole is looking for. 2 people wanted to know more Selected responses I found interesting Jim: Wish I were 40 yrs. younger Nicole: ha! Flattered, but I'm married! Guy: Hello Nicole! I'm Game!! But I'm a talker…You better be ready!!! Joseph: The years have been very kind to you! What are some of your interests? Anna: I would love to do this. I am 78 years old. This could be very interesting. And maybe loving & caring. I could use more contact w/ good people. How do I get on board? Melody: Please be safe meeting all those people Emily: I'm in. Always great to meet new friends. Happy early birthday Mark: Hello Nicole, what a way to start and meet new friends. I would like to connect and have some conversations. Angela: What a wonderful way to celebrate your milestone birthday! I am having a milestone birthday today @60! I have a lot of life to discuss and would be honored to help you accomplish this worthwhile project!! Steven: Absolutely, any time! Tami: Hi Nicole! I'm Tami, and I am so intrigued with your project!! I would love to help you with this. I'm a writer and deep conversations are my jam! Craig: Very interesting idea. I love to chat with new people! Laura: If you haven't met your 40 conversations, I could use a good conversation with a kind soul. An interest in deep conversations from young and old Meghan: I wish there were more people like this with good intentions! I'm in my mid-20s. Intellectual conversations are kinda really my thing. Jeri: I would love to participate. I just turned 70 and looking for connection. Larry: I am 66; is it to just unload problems or to really make new friends--if you want to make new friends I am there count me in- Karen: I would love to help you . I am in my early 50s and love meeting new people and making friends. Kat: Well, I am 76 years old and I have lived through a lot! I was a postwar baby and as I became a teenager we dealt with birth control. Then there was the Vietnam war, civil rights. Live near the Bay Area in the 60s and saw lots of disobedience and Craziness. I lived to see John Kennedy shot and killed Martin Luther King shot and killed and Bobby Kennedy shot and killed. Those were sad sad days for America. I could go on and on, but I won't. You get the idea. At this point in my life, I have lost almost everybody that was of significance in my life growing up. But I'm still part of the class of '64 for our high school and we are a very connected class since we went from kindergarten through high school together for most of us. By the way, happy happy birthday Lyn: Nicole, I'm game if you're still collecting names. I just celebrated my 75th...definitely a milestone! Michelle: Hi Nicole, I'd love to assist with your quest. What a lovely way to celebrate your next birthday. My response to the request for a deep conversation I responded with this text, I'll do what I can to help you with this challenge. Shortly thereafter I received a text from Nicole that read: "Hey John! Thanks for offering to help with the challenge! "Just as a very brief background: I'm a nurse and obtained a certification as a transformative life coach and my goal is to connect with as many people as possible. There's no catch, just connecting :) "Here's a link to schedule a time to connect:" Hmmmn. A different “deep conversation” than what was expected I clicked on the link to find a calendar to book an appointment. Above the calendar read “Free Session.” The word “Free” jumped out a me. It implies, especially after reading further, that some sessions are not free. Next to the calendar is more information from Nicole that began with: "Why do this? To connect! I'm a nurse and a health and wellness coach looking to serve my community one conversation at a time. I want to learn about you and where you're struggling right now, and alternatively, what's going great and how to help you build on that!" Nicole goes on to write: "Some sessions can be filled with big emotions and that's ok! I want you to express yourself to the fullest, be open and honest, and I'll do the same for you. That being said, if I feel you're not showing up fully in this way, I'll call you out on it and push you a little harder. Not showing up fully is not an option in my coaching space. "At the end, we'll make sure you have a plan to continue any forward momentum that we've created together." My take on all this I was really tempted to contact some of the 99 people who responded to Nicole's initial challenge to celebrate her upcoming 40th birthday by having deep conversations with 40 people. I'd like to ask them what they thought and felt when they got the same text I received when I responded to Nicole. Believe me, that was so tempting. But if I did that, this episode would be about the ethics of Nicole's marketing strategy for her wellness coaching business. The larger and more interesting aspect to this story is why these 99 people responded to Nicole in the first place. It caused me to go back and look at the responses of these 99 more closely and found they reveal something about what many of us are all looking for these days. What people are looking for I think of Anna, who at 78 years of age found the prospect of a deep conversation with Nicole to be in her words, “loving and caring,” and “I could use more contact with good people.” Then there is Laura who said, “I could use a good conversation with a kind soul.” And Larry who mentions he's 66 and “If this is about making new friends I am there. Count me in.” Another response that is telling comes from Jeri who said “I would love to participate. I just turned 70 and looking for connection.” And finally there is the response from Kat who spoke about the major events she lived through in her 76 years, almost as a way of auditioning for Nicole, implying that she would have a lot to offer in any kind of deep conversation. I was especially touched when Kat said “At this point in my life, I have lost almost everybody that is of significance in my life growing up. But I'm still part of the class of '64 for our high school and we are a very connected class since we went from kindergarten through high school together for most of us.” Over and over again people talk about looking for connection and meeting new friends. I think it's because many of us are lonely. Otherwise, why would we want new friends? It's either because we don't have any friends, or the few we have are just surface friends. So what does all this mean for YOU? If you saw Nicole's request for a deep conversation, how would you respond? Are you interested in deep conversations that would lead to connections with people and making new friends? Or are you overloaded with the things going on in your life that you just don't have any space for deep conversations much less new friends? Another thing this brings up is as people of faith, how would Jesus want us to respond to those looking for friends and connection with others? We can't connect with everyone, nor be friends with everyone. And if you're active in a church, please, please don't say, “tell others they need to get in a small group.” No, they don't. My hunch is that Jesus doesn't want us to funnel lonely people into a church program or ministry. Rather, I think he wants us to individually reflect his image and character. To be what 78-year-old Anna is looking for, “someone who is caring and loving” and that good person she could connect with. To be that “kind soul” Laura is looking for. Yeah, that's how I think Jesus would want us to respond. Because someone listened… I'll conclude by reminding you of that new feature we're trying out this season, Because Someone Listened… I'd like you to describe a time when someone listened to you well and the impact it had on you. Just complete the sentence because someone listened…. You can post it in the comment box at the bottom of the show notes, or you can email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing In closing, I'd also love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, to be that loving and caring person, that “kind soul” people are looking for. For when you do, it will help you experience the joy of relationships God desires for you. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's it for today. If there's someone in your life you think might like to hear what you just heard, please forward this episode on to them. Scroll down to the bottom of the show notes and click on one of the options in the yellow “Share This” bar. And don't forget to spread a little relational sunshine around the people you meet this week. Spark some joy for them. And I'll see you again next time. Goodbye for now. 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On this weeks episode of the Slightly Messy Show Mike and Meaghan talk about the snacks they have to hide in their own home, we hear from an absolute psychopath about how she eats pop tarts, and we go over the small things you accomplish in life that make you feel unstoppable. Come hang out with us!
Gerhard joins us for the 12th Kaizen and this time talk about what we DIDN'T do. We were holding S3 wrong, we put some cash back in our pockets, we enabled HTTP/3, Brotli compression, and Fastly websockets, we improved our SLOs, we improved Changelog Nightly, and we're going to KubeCon 2023 in Chicago.
On this weeks episode of the Slightly Messy Show Mike and Meaghan talk about the most inapporpriate packaging you can get in the mail and the things they're embarrassed to order online. We also go over the facial surgery Mike has to get to change the way his face looks?! Find out more by listening now!