Can you really smell what The Rock is cooking? It's a banger rap verse, thats what! My good friend Robby Bancroft (of the Robby's World Podcast) chat about The Rock's rap career, and how it squares up to his rap verses in Moana. We also discus Demi Lovato and whats new with extraterrestrials, fun stuff. Not to mention some great stuff Robby has been doing back home in Pacifica, CA. This was such a great episode, lots of laughs. Let me know what you think of it! Hit me up on Instagram @itsdannytodd! - you can follow up with Robby on Instagram @therealrobbyb, his band Obsolete Man AND resturant BREAKERS here: linktr.ee/robbysworld - Check out The Danny Toddcast Merch store! 15% Off w/ code: Toddcast15
Pete and Tup are joined this time around by musician, producer, and all around fascinating individual, Thomas "Todd" Bernath. The things that are talked about include: the true age of a podcast, Size-al Agnosia, Brushy One String's Greatest Triumph/Downfall, Assy McGee, and the secret influence of the big stake companies. A Cardboard Box musical breaks out for just long enough to be sure it isn't needed.
Its a little crossover action in this episode with the boys over at the Goin' Deep Show which means we go from Robot butthole licking to maggots inside a woman's nose. We wrap-up with Beetlejuice death, and someone really really intoxicated. DETAILED TIMELINE 1:00 Smell my fingers check this out 2:00 No time for that - Roomba name 3:00 Butthole play is not gonna do it for me 4:00 Finger in my butt 5:00 I gave that bitch a run for her money 6:00 Explains alot about non sexual Fiona 7:00 Exploding blood and 60 man buttholes 8:00 She Loves Anal 9:00 Say you've never done it 10:00 Okay we should do that 11:00 Bot Flies 12:00 Something is moving in her nose 13:00 Dumping out of her face 14:00 Hopefully she had no idea 15:00 Beetlejuice died 16:00 Do you think she's in heaven 17:00 Motherfucker couldn't see shit 18:00 Maybe she just lost the will 19:00 You were Doc of the month 20:00 Half of him is alcohol 21:00 You are pathetic 22:00 Fat in my room and a sammich --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drnursef/support
Rah Rah talks about getting a blowj*b on his birthday Jared and Rah Rah talk about bouncing in Memphis Adam 22's hair transplant Does money make you happy? Jared's music career My journey with Ayahuasca, mushrooms and picking up women Jared talks about how he started Zen Kettlebell https://www.instagram.com/zenkettlebell/
The Czech election this week will decide whether embattled billionaire businessman Andrej Babis gets another four-year term as Prime Minister. He's under pressure from new revelations in the Pandora papers – seeming to show that he was involved in the purchase of 16 properties on the French Riviera using offshore companies. Mr Babis has denied any wrongdoing: “I don't own any property in France,” he said. “It's nasty, false accusations that are meant to influence the election.” He has always governed in coalition – but he now faces a tough challenge from the centre-right opposition and also has the far-right nipping at his heels. So which way are the Czechs heading? Rob Cameron reports from Prague. Over the past two months – like many international organisations - the BBC has been busy organising a way out of Afghanistan for many of its staff in the country and trying to get them to places of safety – in the UK and elsewhere. Karim Haidari was one of them. After a nerve-wracking three days spent waiting at Kabul airport, he and his family managed to fly out. They are now safe in Britain – but there's a lot for him to think about as they try to start their lives again. How can we feed the world – on a planet with finite resources and a growing number of people? Moreover, more of those people are eating more meat and fish – and those animals in turn need feeding, and protein, to grow. At the moment, soy and fishmeal are the main sources of protein for animal feed – but the demand for soy has been linked to deforestation in South America, while the fishmeal trade helps drive over-fishing in the oceans. So now manufacturers are looking for alternative sources of protein. The use of insects has been permitted in fish feed for years, but the European Union recently decided to allow them in poultry and pig feed too. Emilie Filou went to visit an ultra-modern bug farm in France where the animals they raise might be tiny, but the plans and the ambition are very big indeed. The Aland Islands in the Baltic Sea have been settled for over seven thousand years –they're full of Neolithic remains, showing how their earliest inhabitants hunted seals and birds there. But the islands have changed hands many times since then over their history – sometimes being treated as little more than bargaining chips by their larger neighbours. These days they enjoy a quirky – and carefully negotiated – sort of independence. Mark Stratton asked some of the islanders who they feel closest to in today's Europe. Smell and taste are the most intimate and evocative of the senses – with a startling power to transport us to other times and places. Reha Kansara recently explored some of her family history in Kenya – and part of her quest centred on a childhood favourite - the delicious potato fritter known as the Maru Bhajia. Would it taste as good in its birthplace in Nairobi? And what else was on the menu during her journeys into Kenya's past?
Dawn Goldworm is a professional nose & olfactive expert, She is dedicated to learn the craft of perfumery, the insights behind consumer behavior and the neuroscience responsible for our sense of smell. She is on the #Podcast to celebrate The Smell Of A Rainbow, the first scented children's book. Dawn created this book to help kids learn about the power of scent. Click here to visit Dawn's website - https://www.scentforgood.com/ Click here to visit our website - www.readingwithyourkids.com
Brining it back to the beginning for those just joining us. Everyone has to start somewhere, so let's begin with how you taste. No matter where you are on your wine journey, you are already doing it! All you have to do is tap into your senses. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hydrate - Stay away from sugar and high calorie drinks - 16-24oz Water, Hymalayan Sea Salt, 1/2 squeeze of lemon(Smell the lemon) Move - Get up and go outside - Go for a walk, grab a collogue - Stimulate your mind through movement Sleep - More importantly SCHEDULED sleep - No phone or screen time 2hr before bed - Same time every night even weekends, consistency is key - Avoid excessive Alcohol and Caffeine Manage your focus time - 30min on / 5-10min break9Go walk, stand up) - Focus is a skill, its like a muscle, Train it!! Connect with Jeremy and Optimal Self: Links: (We LOVE to be tagged in your posts, please share our content and tag us!) - Main Page: www.OptimalSelf.Today - Links to our Podcast, all social media, PLUS join our Private Facebook Group, Free "Identity Creator" Course, and more! - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAkydziqrlYZIFmOgD1kTPA - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OptimalSelf1 - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/optimal_self/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@optimalself
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In this episode, hosts Teano and Nick return to the studio to present a tremendous variety of flower, The guys talk bubbles the cat, a woman on a bike taking a huge L, an old man that fixes his "Get off my lawn" problem, a pit bull that picked a fight outside of its weight class, Rick Ross' insanely expensive child support agreement, and much, much more. Support It's 4:20 Somewhere by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/420somewherepod
This week, Ashley and Spider talk about their Halloween plans, times they were disappointed in themselves and more. Originally recorded on September 30, 2021. This episode is brought to you by TeePublic. Find the hottest designs by independent artists from around the web and check out our favorites at http://teepublic.com/stores/spider-bytes-podcast/Follow the podcast!https://twitter.com/SpiderBytesCast https://facebook.com/SpiderBytesPodcastSubscribe!Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2vfIG2S Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/spider-bytes-podcast/PC:68040iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-spider-bytes-podcast-31132641/Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2w1T6PO Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2jFD3Fj Stitcher: http://stitcher.com/podcast/spider-bytes-podcast/Ask us questions!SpiderBytesPodcast@gmail.comhttps://spiderbytespodcast.tumblr.com/askWebsite:https://spiderbytes.buzzsprout.comHosts:Ashley:https://twitter.com/AshleyKate2796https://shitmogarsays.tumblr.com Spider:https://twitter.com/spider826https://tjspider.tumblr.com
For the next four Tuesdays, Verge senior reporter Ashley Carman will explore how artificial intelligence and machine learning are shaping the future of a variety of industries. In this episode, Ashley explores how AI can be used for product design, but more specifically, for creating fragrances and flavors. Guests include founder of ScentTronix Fredrick Duerinck, computer scientist at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Saket Navalkha, and Michael Spranger from Sony AI This podcast was made by producer Liam James, senior audio director Andru Marino, senior reporter James Vincent, and senior reporter Ashley Carman. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode we begin with TDMNGDS and then clock the tea on Al Gore, the CA recall election results, Alanis Morrisette, Sting, JoJo's new EP, anxiety and early onset season depression, the Hey Boo of the Week Sports Segment, baseball, US Open, Andrew Wiggings, Draymond Green, Jonathan Issac, Meanwhile On Instagram and much, much more.You can become a Patreon Saint at www.patreon.com/whatstheteapod.Visit our website www.whatstheteapod.comFollow us on Twitter @R2ThaEdgy @nicju @gooddaysaints #WTTPodSend us an email email@example.comLeave us a voicemail 302-570-0832 (0TEA)
Join us this week for a DumTeeDum tune by the Paul Family in New York, the facebook roundup by Sandra and calls/emails from Jen, Clare, Mia (or was it Ian?), Christine, Brian, Glyn, Emily, Witherspoon, Stephen, Katherine, and Anon of Ambridge. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Simon discusses the significant outperformance of large growth stocks, namely Technology names, over the more economically-sensitive stocks in recent months. Relatedly, he also comments on the significant underperformance of the average stock versus the broad market averages and how much of the market has already corrected from the spring highs. Understanding what growth slowdown risks have already been discounted by these divergences could create opportunity. He updates the buy case for Costco (COST) and Disney (DIS).
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This guide is 2,748 words, a 10 min 59 sec read time (19:33 minute listen). Subscribe here. 📍Introduction: Whether seeking marriage or simply a romantic encounter, a dater armed with etiquette has a higher chance of success. Etiquette refers to the customs and guidelines that help people act with more sensitivity towards others. Contrary to popular belief, etiquette in dating is not outdated, nor is chivalry dead. Both, however, have evolved in the modern era. From swiping to snuggling, let these tips & tricks inspire you to elevate your game. 📝Notes, Tips & Tricks: General Principles:Dating shares the same word root as data. Approached through this lens, dating is a "data-gathering activity" that allows two people to learn about one another & explore whether or not they are romantically compatible. There's no need for high expectations, build-up, or pressure. You're just getting to know someone. Dating goals can vary widely (e.g., practice for marriage, fun, personal growth). If you have strong preferences (e.g., for something casual, something serious), it’s best to state that pretty soon. Regardless of your ambitions, however, remember that people can be easily hurt. Treat others the way you want to be (or you think they want to be) treated. It takes two to tango. This goes for both positive and negative experiences. If the date (or relationship) goes horribly, it is typically not one person's fault. If it goes well -- same story. It's best to approach & treat people as individuals. Believing that "all women are x" or "all men are y" can lead to false negatives (aka type II errors) and aloof behavior.Asking Out & Being Asked OutWhen asking someone on a date, be specific (e.g., "Would you like to go for coffee this weekend?"). General questions can be hard to answer (e.g., "What are you doing this weekend?") If you're the one asking for the date, give as much detail as possible (e.g., time, place to meet). Waiting until the last minute to pick a spot or time can make it difficult for your date to plan accordingly (e.g., clothing, transportation, scheduling).If you are asking someone out, it is typically assumed that you will pay. However, this can vary by wealth levels and cultures (e.g., in Europe splitting the bill is more common). If you suggest the place, it's nice to at least offer to cover the bill. Choose something less pricey if you are on a budget (see dating budget reference guide below). Relatedly, if you are the one being asked out, don't suggest a more pricey option. It could make your date feel uncomfortable & pressured. When asking someone out, double-check to ensure it aligns with their interests (e.g., don't book rock climbing without confirming your date isn't afraid of heights) If booking a restaurant with someone new, it's polite to ask about dietary restrictions. Relatedly, if you have strict food preferences or allergies, let your date know in advance. Don't cancel a date unless absolutely necessary. Scheduling and rescheduling a date over and over is unromantic, irritating, and can send the message that you aren't interested and/or reliable. Don't cancel on pre-existing plans to accept a date. It's rude to cancel on someone for a better option. Suggest meeting at a different time. Don't give false hope if you have no interest (e.g., I can't because I'm very busy with a work project right now"). Also, don't lie. It can come back to haunt you. Talking/Texting/CommunicatingDaters differ on their willingness to talk, text, or video chat before meeting in person. If you have strong preferences, share them. Be flexible. Many people these days prefer to have some form of verbal communication (e.g., zoom/facetime, phone call) before meeting in the real world. This is a new norm. Embrace it! It can save you a lot of time and money. Tangentially, too much texting before meeting in real life can lead to a loss of momentum. It can also result in misinterpretations or projections. It is customary but not required to touch base (e.g., text, call) before a date to confirm details. If you are the one planning the date, try to do so the night before if possible. It creates a sense of anticipation and gives your date plenty of time to prepare. Preferences around grammar and punctuation differ. Matching your date's style is the best bet for harmonious text communication. Ghosting (not returning someone's text or call) is very rude & can leave someone hanging on without closure. If you aren't interested, thank your date for the time together and decline their offer. (See Ending Things Nicely below) Honest, direct communication can help avoid a lot of confusion & heartache. Sharing your feelings can go a long way. Nobody is a mind reader, and honestly stating what you are experiencing can go a long way in providing clarity. For inspiration, check out the Feelings Reference Guide below. If your feeling statement has the word "that" or "like" in it, you likely aren't speaking of your feelings (e.g., "I feel that/like you always do X" is a thought, not a feeling). In the beginning (e.g., first 1-3 dates), it's typical for one person to take the lead in proposing dates and the other to follow by accepting or rejecting. If the lead is interested, they will ask for a second date. If you want to (co)lead, ask for the second date! Texting frequently between dates can hinder the romance associated with anticipation (e.g., "A relationship rarely dies of starvation, yet often dies of indigestion."; "Absence makes the heart grow fonder.”)On the Date: Make every effort to be on time. Nobody likes to be kept waiting. Additionally, tardiness implies you value your time more than your date's. If possible, arrive a few minutes early. Running a few minutes behind? Call (and apologize.)When picking up a date, it's polite to go to their door & ring the doorbell. Don't wait in the street or honk. If driving, tidy the car. If there are crumbs/dirt inside, vacuum. Don't arrive low on gas (or electricity). Holding doors open, allowing your date to exit the elevator first, or helping someone into their chair are chivalrous but not required. If you feel the desire to try these activities but are unsure, ask for permission. If someone opens the door for you, thank them. When strolling on the sidewalk, walking on the side closer to oncoming traffic can be seen as an act of protection. If walking, try to match the pace of your date. When picking seats at a table perpendicular to a wall, it is traditional that whoever faces the wall signals their lack of interest in scanning the crowd (e.g., for alternative date options). Don't order for your date unless they indicate that preference. Try not to check your phone while on the date. It can send the message that you are bored. Many people advise against discussing politics, religion, marriage, exes, children, or money on the first few dates. However, if one of these topics is important to you, it’s worth sharing early on (e.g., dates 2-5) rather than down the road. If there are deal-breakers on the table, better to find out sooner rather than later. Table manners will help you avoid disgusting your date (e.g., don't chew with your mouth open or talk with a mouth full of food, try not to eat too fast). Don't get drunk on a date. You may think you're charming, but you are likely to look sloppy and say (or do) something you regret. Show an active interest in getting to know your date (e.g., ask questions and refrain from monopolizing the conversation). However, don't pepper your date with questions and refuse to open up. Dating should be a two-way road. Don't interrupt your date. Additionally, avoid constantly interjecting with "uh-huh" or "yeah" as they speak. It's distracting and can send the message you are trying to speed them up. Life is long, and the world is small. Due diligence (both in hiring and dating) is common practice now. Treat others as you would like to be treated (and remembered or spoken of down the line).It is typical (& courteous) to walk or drive your date home. It shows that you care about your date's safety & wellbeing. Alternatively, you can wait until their transportation arrives. For next-level generosity, hail the rideshare from your phone and cover your date's journey. This ensures you know your date arrived home safely. If you had a lovely time on the date, express your thanks graciously (e.g., I had such a great time, would love to see you again"). Had a really great time? Express thanks both in person and with a follow-up text the next day. Grooming & DressingDon't wear clothing that may distract you. If you feel uncomfortable (e.g., too warm/cold/itchy/squeezed), you may appear nervous. Try to dress comfortably so your best self can shine through. Showing a lot of skin can distract your date, making it difficult to focus on a meaningful conversation. Also, it reduces the mystery & intrigue of what might come later. If you hope to touch your date, ensure your nails are clean and filed smooth. Bad breath is a major turn-off. Smell your floss. If it stinks, so does your breath. Body odor is avoidable & easily deterred with light deodorant or antiperspirant. Go easy on the scented type as it can smell like car freshener. Relatedly, while a bit of scent can be nice, overpowering smells may turn off your date. Go light on the cologne/perfume. 1-2 spritzes are generally sufficient. If you think there will be walking, wear shoes you can walk in. Physical Romance: When exploring physical chemistry, consent (ideally enthusiastic) is required. If you sense hesitation from your date, pause. If you doubt your ability to read body language, go slowly. When in doubt, ask your date (e.g., would you like (for me) to XYZ?) If you aren't sure whether or not you are romantically interested in someone, consider getting to know them as a friend first. A true romance typically blooms naturally. It is your duty to disclose anything that could affect your partner's health.If you don't feel comfortable discussing topics related to safe sex (e.g., STDs, testing), reconsider if you are ready to get physical. It is entirely acceptable to require a test before engaging physically with your date.Don't lie (e.g., signal interest in something serious if you aren't).PDA can make others around you feel uncomfortable. With that said, if a special moment arrives, embrace it. (See this video for inspiration) Ending Things NicelyIf you end a dating relationship with kindness and grace, you open up new opportunities for yourself (e.g., starting a friendship, being introduced to one of their friends). Ending a date early is generally considered rude & will likely hurt your date’s feelings. However, if you are genuinely uncomfortable or have been hurt in some way, it is acceptable to depart early (e.g., after dinner & before dessert). If someone asks you for another date and you don't want to accept, be gracious and thank them. Then turn them down nicely. Do not lead people on. It's cowardly & selfish. When ending things, don’t lie. Lies are unethical and can brand you as a “liar” if caught. If you end something and are sincere about staying friends, let some time pass and follow up with a friendly invitation. If the timing is off, be upfront (e.g., "Thank you for asking me out. I would like to but [insert timing-related issue here]. Would it be okay if I reach back out when things change?")Sample rejection verbiage: "I see this more as a friendship than something romantic"; "I've recently started seeing someone, but thank you."; "I don't think we have enough chemistry."; "I am sorry, but I have a rule to never ___."; "Something is missing."; "The timing isn't right." Accepting Rejection With Grace If someone turns you down, accept it graciously. If, however, you think your rejector has made a grave mistake, it's acceptable to ask for another chance. It is acceptable to ask for feedback if you can abstain from becoming pushy or defensive. Remember that the right guy/gal won't let you get away, there are many fish in the sea, and dates are like streetcars. If you miss one, another one’s on the way. Learning to accept rejection is a part of life. Try not to obsess or take it too personally. It's their loss. Let your friends be there for you. Dating App ProfilesPictures should be equal parts "accounting" & "marketing." Market your strengths (e.g., high-resolution photos in good lighting) and account for who you are (e.g., recent photos that don't hide your face or body). Don't lie about your age or height. (Rounding up half an inch is permissible.)Avoid group photos if at all possible. They require an additional mental load for your prospective date (who likely has swiping fatigue). You may think you look dissimilar from your friends. On a 3x3 inch image, it's often hard to tell.Answer questions in a way that helps someone get a sense of your personality. Sharing that you relish widely popular food/activities/music is unlikely to differentiate you from others. Don't be afraid to ask a friend or family member for help. Sometimes we aren't the best judges of our strengths and quirks. Introducing others: If you want to set two people up, it's best to ask both their permission beforehand, separately. If one person tends to be pickier than the other, ask that person first. Show a picture and make a quick pitch. If they aren't interested, let it go. One easy way to introduce people to one another is to create a scenario where they can meet naturally, in person, in a group setting (e.g., invite them both to an event or party) Introducing people is a great way to put positive karma into the world. Dating & Money: In theory, the person who initiates the date signals their intent to pay. This goes for suggesting an addition to a date underway as well. It’s polite to at least offer to split the check. Most likely, your offer will be refused (at least on a first date). If you strongly prefer to pay, kindly explain that.If someone pays for you, thank them. Some more traditional types will prefer to pay/be paid for the first few dates. This is something worth discussing if it makes you uncomfortable one way or the other (e.g., "how do you think/feel about paying for dates?")The early stages of dating often transform as a couple builds more trust and talks through preferences around spending money. Do not assume that what happens on the first few dates will be set in stone. Paying for a date should not correlate with any romantic outcomes.If eating at a restaurant and the menu is expensive, try to pick something in the mid-price range or look to your date for guidance (e.g., mimic their general approach). Splitting the check early on (e.g., the first three dates) can be read as a lack of romantic interest — signal at your own risk. 📓Dates by Budget Reference Guide $: walk/hike, coffee/tea, phone call/video chat, local park, museum, volunteering$$: brunch/lunch, movie, drinks, picnic, host for dinner $$$: out to dinner, cultural event (e.g., show, concert)$$$$: trip/vacation📓 Feelings Words Reference Guide: Do you struggle to talk about feelings? Here are some words to help guide/inspire you. Happy: relaxed, calm, playful, silly, delighted, spontaneous, amused, optimistic, joyful, excited, satisfied, content, confident, charmed Anger: annoyed, aggravated, bugged, cranky, disgusted, enraged, fuming, agitated, frustrated, mad, resentful, furious, lividFear: uneasy, tense, nervous, insecure, worried, afraid, frightened, fearful, anxious, shocked, stuck, lost, trapped, helpless, paralyzed, insecure, uncomfortable, unsure Sadness: disappointed, low, down, blue, gloomy, unhappy, hurt, miserable, terrible, crushedFatigued: thirsty, hungry, tired, worn out, shaky, sick, ill, exhausted, stressed, fragile, vulnerable, insecure, discouraged, overwhelmed Seeking: curious, motivated, energetic, intrigued, engaged, productive, creative, eager, confident, focused, determined, inspired, ambitious, obsessed Caring: helpful, secure, considerate, friendly, loving, connected, understanding, nurturing, attached, tender Romantic: affectionate, tender, frisky, physical, turned on, passionate, flirtatious🎓 Further Study Emily Post's Etiquette, 18th EditionDating Then & Now [Business Insider]F** yes or no by Mark MansonGhosting a Twitter thread by @SahilHow To Not to Die Alone 📖 by Logan UrgyDifficult Conversations 📖 by Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton & Sheila Heen Nonviolent Communication 📖 by Marshall B. 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Laura, Krysta and Dean are joined by James Herring (a student from Dean's Intro to Podcasting Class) as they discuss James upcoming podcast (tenatively titled Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Pizza). Krysta drops some facts about bears that are too cool to be believed and then they discuss the Skunk Ape. It's sightings go back hundreds of years as the Indiginous Seminole referred to it as the Esti Capcaki (Giant Cannibal) and then it's sightings by European Settlers in 1818 and continues to be sighted right up to this very day! So join us for an in-depth study of Florida's Bigfoot!
Jonas, Brady and LaVar task Matt Nagy with fixing the QB situation in Chicago. LaVar tries to weather-shame Brady and NFL Reporter Albert Breer. Albert also helps preview TNF between two 1st round picks, Joe Burrow and Trevor Lawrence. He tells you what led up to the breakup between Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. Plus, the latest on Houston trying to get a real offer for Deshaun Watson. Plus, Florida Man tries to one-up LaVar on The Scraps. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In Deadly Dating Game, Shannon (Skye Coyne) hosts the wildly popular radio show Love On The Air With Shannon Baker. She embarks on a series of dates to find true love and instead finds - you guessed it - danger . . .Single White Female! All About Eve! Evening bags! Bette Davis and Miles Davis! Madonna vs The Madonna! Tasers! Cat food!Elizabeth thinks Shannon's answer to a subjective question is objectively incorrect!Matt has been on the radio!
There's so much value in a focused pause. There's no moment like the present. Are you liking the short tips and practical advice on this podcast? You can find more ways to build a fulfilling future and take action toward your potential at www.selfimprovementdailytips.com!
**Trigger Warning: Mentions of sexual assault and rape** What's the craic, lads! Happy Wednesday! This week Emma tells the horrific story of the rape and murder of 29 year old Jill Meagher. Jill was an Irish woman who lived and worked in Australia and was brutally attacked by serial rapist and scumbag of the fucking century, Adrian Ernest Bayley. Bayley was out on parole when he murdered Jill because the parole system was a joke. We also talk about guilt and good soup Have a great week and look after yourselves Link for Tom Meagher's Organisation: https://whiteribbonblog.com/about/ References and sources used in this episode: Murder in the Land Of Oz: Season 3 Episode 1 Mens Rea Episode 35 https://www.chillingcrimes.com/blogs/news/jill-meagher https://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/timeline-jill-meaghers-horror-death-9181095 https://www.thejournal.ie/tom-meagher/news/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Jill_Meagher https://whiteribbonblog.com/2014/11/30/800-days/ True Crime Sisters: The Murder of Jill Meagher Crimes That Shook Australia Season 3 Episode10 https://murderpedia.org/male.B/b/bayley-adrian.htm https://www.coronerscourt.vic.gov.au/sites/default/files/2018-12/gillianediemeagher_407212.pdf https://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-08-20/callinan-parole-system-review-criticises-handling-of-bayley-case/4900788 https://www.her.ie/news/tom-meagher-admits-he-became-obsessed-with-wifes-killer-following-her-tragic-death-194638
Welcome back to your normally-scheduled Wednesday program. We're your hosts, Randi and Lindsey, bringing you Episode Forty-Seven! This week, we watched Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005). This is one of Randi's favorite films in the franchise and one of Lindsey's least favorites, so the contrast is striking on this episode! Listen to the Completely Unqualified gals discuss Robert Pattinson (per usual), angsty teen behavior, and the cinematic score in HP4! You won't want to miss it. Next week, we're obviously sticking with our Harry Potter saga theme and watching Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007). We have had so much fun talking about our favorite movie series with you all, and we're going to miss Completely UNQ so much once this is all over. Make sure you follow our social media while you can for updates on our show and the HP series as we go! Also, be sure to listen to any past Completely Unqualified episodes you may have missed before they're gone! xoxo. And we are...completely unqualified! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/completelyunq/support
Today's episode is with best-selling author, Dr. Eric Zielinski. Trained as an aromatherapist, public health researcher, and chiropractor, Dr. Z started NaturalLivingFamily.com in 2014 with his wife to help people learn how to use natural remedies like essential oils safely and effectively. We also talk about what to find in his two books, “The Healing Power of Essential Oils” and “The Essential Oils Apothecary.” During our episode, we discuss this paradigm shift where natural health has become “alternative health.” We talk about the importance of aromatherapy and we go on a deep dive into the importance of nature and how healing it can be, both mentally and physically. In today's episode we chat about: People tend to gloss over the stuff that works… why is that? Aromatherapy and essential oils is more than just MLMs - we talk about the importance of natural healing All drugs has had a basis of it's origin from plant-based medicine Smell is one of our strongest senses, bringing back memories and being sensitive to toxic smells You might be sick, but you don't have to suffer The power of getting out in nature… tree medicine it's more important than you think! How to bring the concept of forest bathing and the power of nature indoors Jessie's experience going from living in nature, to moving to a city and finally getting back to nature More about his books, “The Healing Power of Essential Oils” and “The Essential Oils Apothecary” Links and things: Get Dr. Z's book Natural Living Facebook Natural Living Instagram Natural Living Website Chronically Healing Instagram Chronically Healing Facebook Group
In this episode, we welcome Melissa (firstname.lastname@example.org) and David Bernstein (email@example.com), an amazing husband and wife team advocating for healthy living, longevity and remaining youthful. They introduced the work they have been involved in, from authoring cookbooks, to holding workshops for caregivers of patients with dementia or neurodegenerative disorders. Check out their website to find out more about their work! The moderator of the podcast is Dr. Karen Jacobs (firstname.lastname@example.org), who is the Associate Dean, Digital Learning and Innovation, a Clinical Professor and the Program Director for the online post-professional doctorate in the occupational therapy program at Sargent College. Marial Williams (email@example.com), a Boston University entry-level occupational therapy doctoral student, composed the music for the podcast.
EPISODE 71: I had a blast recording with Mark Boots on this episode and I know you are gonna 'ave a laugh! It's been a great week as we prove in our review of two matches in What Was That? In Social Shenanigans we hear from some of our listeners and get into a couple fun posts and discuss a Hammers Poll all about the next 4 league matches. Finally, I had a right good laugh in Bag Heads as I dropped hints to "Bootsie" and he had to guess what West Ham legend I was concealing. Some great stories and we also find out how the lads feel about divers! By the time you get to the end of this episode you are going to have a big smile on your face, so get comfortable, grab a beer and take a walk through this wonderful world we call West Ham United!! Thanks to Our Sponsors, Partners, Our Brilliant Fans, & Contributors: Manscaped (@manscaped) at manscaped.com, McSwiggan's Irish Pub, Hammers Polls (@HammersPolls), COYIrons.com (@COYIrons_com), American Hammers Network(@americanhammer3), Mark Boots (on FaceBook), John Black (@WestHaminVegas), Rich WHUFC (@ironsrichie), Dave Walker (@DaveWalkerWHU), @tonypierson2 Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with **promo code CHEERSWHU21** at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod RETURN TO WEST HAM IS WHY WE DRINK HOME PAGE
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Eva Clark is the award-winning owner and creative director of Eva Clark Events. She joins Andy in this episode of The Wedding Biz to discuss various aspects of her business and her life. She touches upon her business and how she found her love for weddings and especially travel, her newfound status as a destination planner, and so much more! Eva Clark Events plans and designs, specializing in luxury destination weddings. Named one of Atlanta's women of power and influence in 2016 and one of the best planners in America in 2019, Eva is based out of Atlanta. Her weddings have been published in many different wedding publications! She, in fact, even had a wedding that served as the backdrop of a music video of a chart-topping single! (Tune in to find out which one!) Andy and Eva talk about what sets Eva's business apart and how Eva does not want what she does to ever be cookie cutter and cliché but rather to be appropriate for the collective personality of each couple. Eva also readily admits to not being a good fit for every couple and describes what an ideal match between a couple and herself looks like. She even digs pretty deep and opens herself up to discuss a devastating personal tragedy from her past that helped her form a new perspective and helped her realize just how important that family is at the end of the day. Andy is so appreciative of Eva coming onto the show and spending some time with him to chat, and he especially appreciates her willingness to be vulnerable and share so much about herself! Until the next episode of The Wedding Biz, please be sure to share this interview with at least three good friends who might also enjoy it, and leave a review of the podcast wherever you listen! Have you heard about the brand new show on The Wedding Biz Network, Stop and Smell the Roses with Preston Bailey? Listen as Preston shares the secrets, tools, and technologies behind his extraordinary ability to create a theatrical environment out of any space. Also, don't forget about Sean Low's podcast The Business of Being Creative, where Sean discusses the power of being niched, pricing strategies, metrics of success, and so much more. You can find both shows on The Wedding Biz Network. SUPPORTING THE WEDDING BIZ Become a patron and support Andy and the show! If you are so inspired, contribute! Time Stamps [0:39] – Andy announces this episode's guest as Eva Clark of Eva Clark Events. [2:22] – Eva discusses her upbringing and where she discovered her love for travel. [4:42] – Eva reflects on her high school and college years. [5:45] – We discover how Eva got to a point at which she had her own business. [8:46] – Eva reveals how she personalizes each and every event for each couple. [11:08] – Eva says that she is an empathic learner when it comes to her clients. [12:22] – Eva provides examples of how she anticipates her clients' needs. [14:06] – We learn about Eva having had a wedding featured in a major music video. [17:15] – Eva details what type of client wouldn't be a good fit for her or her for them. [19:30] – Andy and Eva agree that declining clients that you don't vibe with leaves those spaces open for better matches. [22:44] – Andy and Eva discuss Eva's desire to broaden her horizons and not work the same venue too many times. [25:30] – Eva reveals what happens when she encounters a language barrier in another country. [28:33] – Eva stresses how important it is to have someone with you who can speak the language of the region you're in. [29:10] – We hear about an event disaster that took place during the COVID-19 pandemic and how Eva overcame it. [31:40] – Eva gives us another example of an event that didn't go as planned. [34:50] – Eva reveals what happened after finding a large snake at an event. [37:32] – Eva shares a personal tragedy from her past and explains how it affected her life and her business. [42:30] – Eva touches upon her additional role as a design consultant. [43:50] – Andy shares Eva's contact information with us. RESOURCES Zac Brown Band - “Sweet Annie” Find Eva: Eva Clark Events – WebsiteAsk Eva - BlogEva Clark Events - Instagram PageEva Clark Events - Twitter PageEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org On Clubhouse, follow Andy @andykushner and join his club “The Wedding Biz” to get additional content and to get direct access to Andy. Follow The Wedding Biz on Social: The Wedding Biz The Wedding Biz on Instagram: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz on Facebook: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz Network The Music Makers Support The Wedding Biz by clicking here. Title Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Kushner Entertainment.
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In this episode we are going to talk about the importance of injecting a little adventure into our lives. C.S. Lewis once said, "Some journeys take us far from home. Some adventures lead us to our destiny." Sure, adventure can mean climbing peaks in Peru or Nepal… but there are other ways that we can inject a little novelty and adventure in our daily lives… even if you live in the burbs, like I do! In fact, I make the case using some good ol' research-backed arguments, but I also share a way that I've been experiencing a little “adventure” lately. And it doesn't cost me a thing… but it's been a way that I've been finding some rest and restoration. And as you'll hear… it's also been teaching me A LOT about life and business. Check it out… and then join me in finding a little “adventure” no matter where you live! EPISODES MENTIONED: Ruth Soukup | Surprising Secrets For Living the Good Life - (click here) Beating the "MEH" with LAURA SANCHEZ-GREENBERG - www.mitchmatthews.com/308 A Hiro's Journey - mitchmatthews.com/322 The Rest vs. Restoration Experiment - mitchmatthews.com/330 MORE ABOUT THIS EPISODE: For some ADVENTURE might mean a trip to the big city... or it might be going to the other side of the planet. "Some journeys take us far from home. Some adventures lead us to our destiny." - CS Lewis Amelia Earhart once said, "Adventure is worthwhile in itself." "You can't define adventure... and what it means to you... until you've wrestled with it. True adventure happens beyond what you might think is safe... or obtainable. That's where you see miracles happen. Adventure is the distance between the present and the fulfillment of your dreams! And how you navigate the "in-between" is the great unknown.” - Clay Croft - Creator of the Expedition Overland (Find out more here: www.xoverland.com) BUT... you might be saying... "THAT IS NOT ME!!! I LIVE in the burbs... I have a house filled with kids, schedules, dogs, cats and a bird... I can't be traipsing around the globe looking for ADVENTURE!!!" I get it... I'm right there with you!!! Here's a brief history of “Adventure and me”: I grew up a scared kid... but I learned a motto... "I may be scared... but I'm going to do it anyway!" Or... a shorter version is... "Do it scared!" I grew up afraid of heights... but at the same time... I've climbed the tallest mountains in Montana and some of the tallest in Colorado! I was afraid of leaving home... so I hated my first summer camp experience... BUT when I got older... I moved to England at 18 and went back when I was 20. When my bride and I lived in Montana (two places)... we'd camp in the mountains countless weekends… then we had cubs... and decided to move back closer to family. We first spent a year in Chicago... and then we landed back in Des Moines and we've been here for over 20 years! ADVENTURE NOW: As a result… I live in a suburb of a moderate sized city... in a state where the highest elevation is 1,670 feet. Literally, it's: Hawkeye Point Hawkeye Point which is the highest natural point in Iowa at 1,670 feet (510 m). It is approximately 4.5 miles (7.2 km) north of Sibley on the eastern side of SR 60 and approximately 3.5 miles (5.6 km) south of the Iowa-Minnesota state border. My favorite part is the directions say, “The high ground lies 100 feet (30 m) due south of an old silo.” But remember: ADVENTURE isn't a location... it's a mindset! Also remember… "Stay curious. It will lead to a life of adventure!" - Mitch Matthews It's sooooo important... and this is backed up by SCIENCE!!! I'm betting you remember Episode 308 - Beating the "MEH" with LAURA SANCHEZ-GREENBERG. www.mitchmatthews.com/308 (More from Laura below.) In that episode, we talked about how novelty is critical. Mixing things up. Trying new things. Stretching yourself. Growing. So sure... if you can go climb a mountain... DO it!!! BUT if you're in a suburbs in the flat lands… (like me)... you need to find other ways to experience adventure! DEFINING ADVENTURE For OUR purposes, let's define adventure as: Staying curious Pursuing novel experiences Stretching... growing... putting yourself in situations from time to time... where you might actually fail. Yvon Chouinard... rock climber, world adventurer and founder of Patagonia once said, "It's not truly adventure until something goes wrong." You might get some of that at work... or at home. You might say... I've got a teenager... stuff goes wrong all the time! LOL! BUT seriously... what if you introduced some adventure WITH your teenager. What if? My Invitation: Pursue some adventure... Try something new Do something where you might fail Stay curious. Walk in awe. See where it takes you! Dreaming BIGGER... thinking BETTER and doing MORE is all about living an amazing life and that's what I want from you... if you're living in Nepal... or Fiji... NYC… or a really nice little suburb. Adventure is out there... we just have to find it. Amen? RESOURCES: In the episode, I mention that past DREAM THINK DO guest Laura Sanchez-Greenberg had provided some SCIENCE and RESEARCH to back up today's episode… so I wanted to provide it here… in her own words. She shared... “Novelty and “sustainable happiness” studies suggest that doing new things is good for our well-being and some authors have suggested that fulfilling our need for novelty is a basic requirement for optimal functioning (Gonzalez-Cutre et al 2016). Research here tied to the self-determination theory (SDT is the so-often-attributed to Daniel Pink's Autonomy, Mastery, Purpose triangle from his book “Drive” – this model is actually research by Deci and Ryan (1980, 2000) which Pink translated.) The research notes that novelty is a basic tenant of being self-determining. Without novelty, then you wouldn't know if you were self-determining as it would just be more of the same. In simpler terms: How do you know if you are choosing for yourself (autonomy), if you are competent (mastery) if nothing changes? Some suggested things to read: The Importance of Novelty » Brain World (brainworldmagazine.com) The Role of Novelty and Adaptation in Well-being - The Positive Psychology People Laura continues… “I'd say pointing to Barbara Fredrickson's work “Positivity” is also good. The bottom line is, although there is novelty specific research, the word itself takes on all the research that's there and gives it name. When we change our view, our brain activates, it learns, it absorbs. So the important role that awe plays in happiness, that nature plays in happiness, importance of learning in happiness… all of these are related to novelty – we change our environment, learn something new, feel awe… all novelty. So “novelty” is a catch all for so much of the research (I use the word as a shortcut). Super nerdy research: Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology - Google Books (Chapter 34) Acts of Kindness and Acts of Novelty Affect Life Satisfaction: The Journal of Social Psychology: Vol 150, No 3 (tandfonline.com) In the Suburbs… grab your lip smacker… put out a bird feeder and let that Cardinal surprise you; better yet, let the seeds call it to you in winter where the red pops on the snow background (they don't migrate). Smell coffee. Take a peek at a chipmunk… take a walk and for a minute, check out how bark on a tree can form art… all sorts of novelty.” 0:02 Let's go on an adventure 1:24 Episode starts 5:30 Mitch's background in adventure 14:34 One adventure you can take every day 19:58 How Mitch gets his adventure in 26:25 Mitch's Narnia moment 36:06 Adventure is a mindset 39:23 Closing thoughts I want to hear from YOU! What do YOU think? Is finding some adventure… some novelty important? Did you need to be reminded of that? (I know I do!!!) What's one way you want to inject some adventure into your world? What's a way to experience a little novelty? Share something you love to do… or something you're going to try! I can't wait to hear from YOU! Comment and let me know.
Parosmia, a long-term COVID-19 symptom, is a disorder that can make food smell and taste rancid. Patty Wight of Maine Public Radio reports on this perplexing condition that has a profound impact on people's lives but few treatment options. And, scientists thought that humans with stone weapons may have caused the disappearance of Ice Age beasts like wooly mammoths. But as Jeff St. Clair of WKSU reports, new research shows that stones were no match for mammoths' hair and hide.
ROB BECKETT & JOSH WIDDICOMBE'S PARENTING HELLS03 EP21: My sweat has started to smell different...More (mis)adventures in parenting hell with Rob and Josh. Enjoy. Rate and Review. ThanksxIf you want to get in touch with the show here's how:EMAIL: Hello@lockdownparenting.co.ukTWITTER: @parenting_hellINSTAGRAM: @parentinghell