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Best podcasts about Sorta

Latest podcast episodes about Sorta

The Juggling Act
Single parent dating, Fiji and aging after kids

The Juggling Act

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 29:16


In today's episode, Jules admits she used to be a dating app swipe machine, so Mel is enlisting her and our guest Jana Hocking, the host of the Kinda, Sorta, Dating podcast, to write her profile. Jana joins us with invaluable tips on how to start dating again and the behaviours you need to be wary of. Our regular Friday contributor Evie Farrell is with us to talk about one of the first family-friendly countries on her travel list now things are opening up again. And Jules and Mel talk about aging after kids (hair appointment first on the list, then some 'bobo'). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nintendo Duel Screens » Proven Gamer
Tencent is scary | Duel Screens Cross Play #90

Nintendo Duel Screens » Proven Gamer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 50:26


Metroid: Dread IS A HIT! - Now gimme MP4. *RUMOR* Avowed Details Emerge - GIVE IT TO ME! MGS3 Remake Accidentally Confirmed, Sorta. - Don't fuck this up. GTA: Definite Edition Confirmed for December, Price Leak - No sir, I don't like it.  Tencent Gets Bloobered - ... PETA Hates Farcry 6 Because Cocks - Seriously.   Please don't forget to rate us on Apple Podcasts! *************************************************************************************** Thank you for listening! Support us on Patreon. Follow on Twitter & Facebook. Please subscribe to our YouTube.

The Emo Social Club Podcast
Facetiming (Sorta) with Julian of Loveless

The Emo Social Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 74:17


Sorry not sorry that we're downers as we talk with Julian of Loveless. We discuss the recent single "(sorry I'm a) downer," MTV, songwriting motifs, new music coming in Nov. & more.Follow & Support Loveless:Twitter, Insta, Listen______SOOTHSAYER HOT SAUCE X SPICY TAKESCan the guys in Action/Adventure stand the heat? Tune in to our latest episode of Spicy Takes on our YouTube channel to find out!In this episode, we feature their hot sauce "Poser Poison" sauce, which includes hints of Mexican chocolate and scorpion pepper. It's sold out online BUT you can snag a ticket to their upcoming tour this fall, & snag a bottle at their merch table. you can scoop over on their website.Make sure to give Soothsayer a follow on Insta to stay up to date with them + upcoming sauce drops. Also! Subscribe to us on YouTube so you can be the first to see our spiciest takes. EMO KID SUMMER MERCHSun's Out, Stay Inside! Or maybe you're feeling a nu-metal vibe? Whichever it is, we've got you covered! Grab our summer 2.0 drop now in our store!Thanks to our designer Joey Resko for our designs.___________________________CHECK OUT: BAD PLANNING X HIGHWIRE HOUSE SHOW (CHICAGO)Looking for a good ol' fashioned house show? Are you in Chicagoland and looking to monster mosh it out while supporting a good cause? Well Our friends in Bad Planning & Highwire are playing a haunted house gig on Fri. Oct. 22 in Hanover Park! Honey Creek, Radar & our friends in Wolf Rd. will also be there to get your bones rattlin'. It's $5 at the door & it goes to St. Judes Children's Research Hospital.Check out the FB event for more info!Join the club!Twitch: https://emosocialclub.tvDiscord: https://emosocial.club/discordTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@xemosocialclubxTwitter: https://emosocial.club/twitterInstagram: https://emosocial.club/instagramYoutube: https://emosocial.club/youtubeFacebook: https://emosocial.club/facebook  Follow us!Brian: @spookypants1Lizzie: @bordenbathory

CERTIFIED MAMA'S BOY with Steve Kramer
EP. 370: (Sorta) Live From The Kitchen

CERTIFIED MAMA'S BOY with Steve Kramer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 41:49


Certified Mama's Boy Merch is NOW AVAILABLE! Shop now Become a Certified Fan! Help support the podcast! Vote for “Certified Mama's Boy” in the Podcast Magazine Hot 50 Listen to my other podcast, “Kramer and Jess Uncensored”! Refer Certified Mama's Boy for prizes!   On Today's Show: We're back! What do you wear around your family? My Mom went to Bruno Mars! Maryland Monday Today's Quote: "Talk to yourself like you would to someone you love." - BrenA Brown Our Amazing Partners: CARE/OF Care/of is a wellness brand that makes it easy to maintain your health goals with a customized vitamin plan that helps you feel your best today and supports you long-term. For 50% off your first Care/of order, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter code kramer50. BETTER HELP I want you to start living a happier life today. As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting BetterHelp.com/Kramer Join over 1 million people taking charge of their mental health. Again, that's BetterHelp.com/kramer HELLOFRESH Get fresh, pre-measured ingredients and mouthwatering seasonal recipes delivered right to your door with HelloFresh, America's #1 meal kit. HelloFresh lets you skip those trips to the grocery store, and makes home cooking easy, fun, AND affordable! Go to HelloFresh.com/14kramer and use code 14kramer for 12 free meals, including free shipping! CONNECT WITH US: Instagram Facebook Love You Forever! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Thursday - Urban Meyer Song Sorta By Big O 10 07 2021

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 0:43


Big O thinks of an Urban Meyer song sorta.

Grating The Nerd
No One Gets Out Alive (Kinda..sorta...)

Grating The Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 93:16


This week Zach and Tim checked out the new Netflix movie, No One Gets Out Alive. Come take a listen and see what the guys thoughts! Contact us at: GratingTheNerdPodcast@gmail.com Various background music credits: Volatile Reaction by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5014-volatile-reaction License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ The Whip (Extended Version) by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4514-the-whip-extended-version- License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gtnpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gtnpodcast/support

Defeat the [DC Sports] Curse
Postgame Live; WFT Wins; Many Questions Remain

Defeat the [DC Sports] Curse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 45:50


The WFT traveled south to ATL to face the Falcons and came away with a victory. Did they play well? Sorta? The Falcons had their moments and the Football Team did as well. 2-2 looks a lot better than 1-3 but they honestly feel the same right now. Chase Young got flagged for a terrible penalty, but the refs gave it back on the next possession. WFT is going to set a record for number of 3rd plays they give up that turn into touchdowns! If that's not a stat, it needs to be! A win is a win... but this doesn't feel great.

SOVRYN TECH
Sovryn at the Movies: ”Babylon 5 is Back...Sorta...Maybe...I Don‘t Know” (Zomia ONE Underground Ep. 0406)

SOVRYN TECH

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 114:51


Bringing you the reviews you demanded! It's Dr. Brian Sovryn talking movies and entertainment as only he can. Screw the critics AND screw the audience, the Rated R Radio Star takes it on with the clarity of the individual, and a flame that even Fire Marshall Bill couldn't put out! It's Sovryn at the Movies! Listen in on your Sovryn Tech feed! And this one is a doozy! Bringing you insights on the apparent return of Babylon 5 announced on September 27th, 2021, you're going to get news and coverage that literally exists nowhere else from one of Babylon 5's biggest fans...Dr. Brian Sovryn! You don't want to miss this one! SHOW NOTES: --"Babylon 5 Reboot from Original Creator JMS in the Works at The CW" Link: https://bit.ly/3kWkQRz  ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Donate with BTC: 3GYKVWkVE6iAYEnExfiNfCHJkSDFYWEs43 Donate with CashApp: $sovryntech Donate with Venmo: @bsovryn You can e-mail the show at: questions@sovryntech.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------- https://t.me/joinchat/Amg5yBMU608MIsbOSa3wew http://sovryntech.com

Idea to Startup
MAILBAG: Listener questions on a startup ethos, great marketing, a travel company for couples, and nootropics (sorta)

Idea to Startup

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 19:15


Brian answers emails from listeners on a startup ethos, examples of great marketing - leveraging behavioral economics to remove friction and The Rent Is Too Damn High guy, nootropics (sort of), and the best inputs for the best outputs. We also start a travel company for couples.   Tacklebox MethodAll the books I mentioned Podcasts How I Built ThisThe Dave Chang ShowNo Stupid QuestionsIndie Hackers

Greeny
Hour 2: Green Bay Is Back... Sorta

Greeny

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 37:30


Jason and Joe discuss if the Packers are back on track with their Monday Night Football win over the Lions, but callers are upset with their takes on Aaron Rodgers. Plus, Woj Bomb: Ben Simmons isn't reporting to Training Camp.

Play Me A Recipe
Rebecca Firkser makes Big Bean Sorta-Scampi With Linguine

Play Me A Recipe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 30:00


On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. Feel free to pause, jump back, or navigate the steps via the podcast chapters (if you're in Apple Podcasts, swipe up on the episode player page—the podcast chapters will be at the bottom).  If you're cooking along, here's the recipe we're making today. Go ahead and grab the ingredients below (Rebecca starts listing them at :55) before starting the episode.Big Bean Sorta-Scampi With LinguineServes 48 ounces big dried beans, such as corona, gigante, or large lima, soaked overnight; or 2 (15-ounce) cans butter beans, drained and rinsed + 1 cup vegetable stock8 cloves garlic, divided1 lemon7 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, dividedKosher salt and freshly ground black pepper2 tablespoons white wine vinegar½ cup panko1 medium red or yellow onion, finely chopped2 tablespoons unsalted butter½ to 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes (optional)1 teaspoon fish sauce (optional)1 bunch flat-leaf parsley (leaves and all stems), finely chopped1 pound long pasta, such as linguine or fettuccineIf using canned beans (see Author Notes on Food52), skip to Step 3 (you'll also skip 3 of the garlic cloves). Drain and rinse the soaked beans. Smash and peel 3 garlic cloves and use a peeler to remove 3 long pieces of zest from the lemon. Heat 3 tablespoons of olive oil in a large Dutch oven or pot over medium heat and add the garlic and zest. Cook just until the garlic is starting to take on color on both sides, about 4 minutes. Drain the beans, then transfer to the pot and cover with 3 inches of water. Stir in 1½ tablespoons of salt and lots of black pepper.Bring the mixture to a boil over medium high heat, then reduce the heat to medium-low and partially cover the pot. Cook, checking every 40 minutes or so to replace water that evaporates, until the beans are creamy all the way through, about 2 to 3 hours depending on the bean size and age.Remove from the heat, let cool slightly, then stir in the vinegar. Smash any large chunks of garlic into the broth and pluck out the lemon peels if you'd like (they're slightly bitter but totally edible). Drain the broth into a heatproof bowl or measuring cup and transfer the beans to a bowl. Alternatively, if making in advance, store the beans in their broth in an airtight container, in the refrigerator, for up to 1 week.Wipe out the Dutch oven and heat 1 tablespoon of olive oil in the over medium heat. Add the panko to the pot and season with salt and pepper. Cook, stirring often, until the panko turns golden brown, about 4 minutes. Turn off the heat and use a microplane to grate the remaining zest of the lemon into the pot. Stir to combine and transfer to a plate.Bring a large pot of well-salted water to a boil over high heat. Meanwhile, heat the remaining 3 tablespoons of olive oil and the butter in the first Dutch oven over medium heat. Add the chopped onion, then use a microplane to grate 5 cloves of garlic into the pot. Season with salt and pepper, and cook, stirring regularly, until the onion has softened, about 4 to 6 minutes. Stir in red pepper flakes and fish sauce if using.Add 1 cup of the bean broth to the onion mixture and bring to a simmer over medium high heat. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the mixture thickens and the sauce reduces by about one-third, 4 to 6 minutes. Remove from the heat.Cook the pasta in the boiling water for about 3 minutes less than what the box says for al dente. (It will cook more in the sauce!)Return the Dutch oven to medium heat and use tongs to transfer the pasta to the sauce. Add all but a handful of the parsley. Halve the zested lemon and juice half of it into the pot. Cut the remaining lemon half into wedges for serving. Toss aggressively with the tongs, cooking for an additional 3 to 4 minutes until combined and the sauce clings to the noodles. Gently toss in the beans. Cut the heat. Taste and season with more salt, pepper, and pepper flakes as needed.Transfer the pasta to a large shallow serving bowl (or individual bowls). Top with reserved parsley and the toasted breadcrumbs.

KNX In Depth
KNX In Depth: LA County kinda, sorta implements a new COVID vaccine mandate for indoor spaces -- Will Republicans ever be competitive again in California? -- Reforming the recall -- LAPD Chief Michael Moore

KNX In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 51:19


LA County---getting incrementally tougher when it comes to mandatory Covid vaccines. If you want to go inside a bar, winery, nightclub or lounge, you will need proof of vaccination soon. For outdoor events with more than 10 thousand, proof of vaccination or a recent negative test. BUT.....what about restaurants? What about gyms? What about movie theatres? No to all. And so we will go In Depth to find out if that makes sense? California's recall effort ended with a whimper, not a bang: we'll go In Depth on why the effort to kick Gavin Newsom out of his job as governor never ended up being close--and what it will take for Republicans to be competitive in this state again. We'll also take a closer look at some calls to reform California's recall process. One big takeaway from the blowout recall result: Californians seemingly endorsed the state's more aggressive approach to controlling the spread of the coronavirus. FDA staff members give what looks like a cold shoulder to the proposal of COVID vaccine boosters. And at the end of today's In Depth: LAPD Chief Michael Moore joins us to discuss, among other things, why 26-hundred of his officers are seeking to claim religious exemptions to get out from under the city's COVID vaccine mandate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pushing Buttons
What is 6 Months?

Pushing Buttons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 59:26


The Pushing Buttons crew is back ! Sorta... B and Claudia take on this weeks episode duties without Keith. The crew starts off strong talking about the new Texas abortion law. This brings up a few points with B and Claudia about if they are pro life or pro choice. This brings the crew to talk about free tampons, pads and condoms. They then speak about the Jay and Bey Tiffany & Co commercial. B talks with Claudia about the worth in supporting art. The two close out the show speaking on how their friendship has evolved. Intro & Outro by E. Meredith.

Digging Deeper Jazz
"Sorta Kinda Diatonic" & Have You Met Miss Jones

Digging Deeper Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 13:39


Welcome to the Digging Deeper Jazz Podcast. This podcast was originally released on March 20, 2020  on the Jeff Antoniuk - Educator YouTube channel. Please subscribe to the YouTube channel and feel free to enjoy the video version as well.FOR ALL INSTRUMENTS !In episode #145, Jeff shares a deep secret that players like Sonny Stitt and Kenny Dorham and Oscar Peterson shared . . . the idea that playing "sorta kinda diatonic" can sound amazing! Let's figure out what this is, why it works, and how to do it ourselves. Mentioned in this podcast:• www.JazzWire.net - Since we announced JazzWire back in 2017, it has become an incredible Community of hundreds of adult musicians from over 25 different countries around the world. If you are looking for a plan for your practice, regular insights and wisdom on playing jazz, and a huge COMMUNITY of jazz players from around the world, this is the place for you! • Digging Deeper Jazz - All of the DDJ episodes include a pdf. Just write us at diggingdeeperjazz@gmail.com, and we'll offer you the pdfs in bundles of 50, or all 200 for a discount! We will also put you on the list to receive each new pdf, weekly.  Amazing practice ideas, every week, for free. What's not to love!?

Infection - The SURVIVAL PODCAST
Epic Wins, Sorta – Infection – The SURVIVAL PODCAST Episode 348

Infection - The SURVIVAL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 62:02


Epic v Apple Trial, Nvidia Leak, PlayStation Announcements and more on this week's episode of Infection – The SURVIVAL PODCAST The post Epic Wins, Sorta – Infection – The SURVIVAL PODCAST Episode 348 appeared first on Infection - The SURVIVAL PODCAST.

Reinforced Running Podcast
Josh Ried - High fat diets for endurance gains (HHMC sorta)

Reinforced Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 75:03


Josh Ried is an OCR athlete and coach with a massive depth of knowledge and an overall great guy. In this episode, we talk aboutHigh-fat diets for long-distanceHow to improve mitochondrial function Training to improve in the mountains. Learn More About Strength Coaching for OCR AthletesFollow Reinforced Running Email: rich@reinforcedrunning.comYouTube - Reinforced RunningIG (Rich Ryan) -  @reinforced_running_rich Twitter - @ReinforcedRun TRAINING RESOURCES:Apply for One-on-one CoachingClick Here For Your FREE Guide to Running Faster  Click Here for Strength Coaching for Runners

Metal Nerdery
107: One and Done - Metal Bands with One Album.. sorta.

Metal Nerdery

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 92:34


Sometimes in life, it only takes ONE.  ONE experience to understand everything.  ONE move to win it all.  ONE chance to achieve glory.  And in the case of this episode, ONE was interpreted in more than ONE way!    (ONE Ironically sarcastic sigh) JOIN US as we try our best to heed the message of Connor MacLeod (“There can be only ONE”) and stay in ONE lane while everything else goes off the rails. Because it's time for ONE.  And done.   Visit www.metalnerdery.com/podcast for more on this episode   Leave us a Voicemail to be played on a future episode: 980-666-8182 Metal Nerdery Tees and Hoodies – metalnerdery.com/merch and kindly leave us a review and/or rating on the iTunes/Apple Podcasts - Spotify or your favorite Podcast app Listen on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your Podcasts. Follow us on the Socials: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter   Email: metalnerdery@gmail.com   Show Notes:   (00:01) - #dangole #oneanddone #dontmuteme / #noanesthesia #decorking #WednesdayMornings #isitgonnahuh ***#Assignment #misunderstanding and #tangentionalalityismness #lights #bam #WKRP #MetalNerderyHQ33rdFloorInvertedUndergroundBunkerpoonStudios #acronym #preclinky #neckdreads #thisepisodes #beeroftheepisode #LizardKing #coolcover #twoswords #PipeworksBrewing #pellell #paleale #PipeworksBrewing #chicago ***CALL US AND LEAVE US AN EVOICEMAIL AT 980-666-8182***#russellsburp #genius (***Expanded from 1 album to also include one-hit wonders…all extremely #esoteric concepts in Metal***Get some relaxers and strap in…***   (04:40) - #ControlDenied #groupbrainorgystorm***The #definition of #thisepisode and the #various #conditions #andor #hitsingles and #therules #noteven #typicalrussell #sonfofafuckingbitch #crickets #twohitsonealbum #twogirlsonecup #twodudesonepoint #longtime / #ChuckSchuldiner is the #master of Control Denied #MCTentacleChoice THE FRAGILE ART OF EXISTENCE #progressiveoffmicburp #progmetal   (08:38) – #thegamehaschanged #iamthatpretty #KineticDissent (“I Will Fight No More Forever”) CULTS OF UNREASON #welltimed #progvocalstylings / #Damageplan #DimeAndVinnie NEW FOUND POWER #cantbeloudenough #cble #waterbottleASMR #HAIL #fuckinghailASMR #TheBrothersAbbott #fuckingrad    (13:33) - #samebutdifferent #Nailbomb (***check out our #KillerOpeners episode***) WASTING AWAY (#notsomuch) #OzzyDisagreesASMR #veggie #badass #waitwhat #rhymes #yallknow #goahead / #nochildren #notHanson #nommmbopASMR it's #Handsome LEAD BELLIED #itsalreadyupASMR #fluffingASMR #huevos #what #beingpetty #failure #PrePerfectcircleCore / ***980-666-8182*** #earholes and #AnvilBitch #actlikeaman #LessonsFromLizzy and Russell's #lameness and #momentsofwrongness   (20:56) - #Opening or #Tittly VENGEANCE OF THE SWORD #turnitoffnow #gummappcom #talldenmarkian (again…it's #AnvilBitch #soundslikethecover #nineteeneightysix #1986 #redemption #smellofwitchestits #mightbe / #nothing ***don't give #dragons #swords because it's #overkill!!!*** #thatsgross #idontcare #waftingturdsmell / #OneAlbumWonders #Purgatory TIED TO THE TRACKS and some associated #tangentionalalityismness  to #MushroomHead  #creepy #theendisthebeginning #thebeginningistheend #getoffthetracksASMR LOCOMOTIVE KILLER   (27:10) - #kinda #smarttechnology and a #recall of the #relevant #criteria #adderallASMR #periodsex / ***Can YOU say that!?*** / #Disincarnate “The Killer opener to…” DREAMS OF THE CARRION KIND (DE PROFUNDIS/STENCH OF PARADISE BURNING) #deathmetal ***#SetAndSetting are #required for #deathmetal #cookiemonster #vocals #allegedly #cookiemaster #usedtoit   (32:07) - #thatsnotmetal #backtomylist and some #Megadeth #tangentionalality #DamnTheMachine RUSSIANS #ChrisPoland #ReturnToMetalopolis or #ReturnToMetalocolypse (***not the actual name, but it sounds equally badass***) / #Probot CENTURIES OF SIN #252 #twofiftytwo #evilsoftintro #MisterDaveGrohlASMR #warbassASMR #righteouslymetal #turnthatallthewayup / #boneus #bonus / #DrowningPool BODIES and things that bring #happiness #metalgrannies #whenifirstcameinhere #askyourmom #one #two #three #four #now #wellchoreographedonmicburp and some other #NuMetal bands we was familiar with… / #sizematters #AndrewWK #PeriodSnout #AndrewWKASMR PARTY HARD and a #timetofrost #isthatmetal ? #thatsnotmetal!   (45:17) – Lots of #glam #onehitwonders (see also #SteelDragon) #markthetime / A theory #postulated by #Matthew regarding #powerballads and #hairbands #noteven  #IWasACloseMindedPrickToo and the concept of #goodsongs written by #badbands #markthetime #slurry and the #droppingoftheballs  #whatsthedill #happyriffsandbloodynoses  #nodill #toohappytobeheavy #awesomeanalogy #extremeanalogies #understanding #Cobra / ***A great SUCK-CESS story!!!***#Suck “Time to Suck” #atleasttheygotsigned #other #dontdenythepowerof #yourself #MetalNerderyMotivationalASMR #wrongone #backtothelist #noteven #quntrage #toomuch #leaveusavoicemail #leaveusavoicemell #uglykidjoedespisaltudeASMR #9806668182    (54:50) - #ManmadeGod #stoner #swampmetal (***hold that thought…***) / #notyet time for #QuietRiot METAL HEALTH and #balls #crispytriscuitsASMR / #Accept BALLS TO THE WALL #markthetime #sewingsloose #stoneholder #MCTentacleChoice #StormtroopersOfDeath MARCH OF THE S.O.D./SARGENT D AND THE S.O.D.***Check out our #SOD #albumdive #episode #S.O.D.ASMR #ifyouwanta*** / #TakeTwo #ManmadeGod SWAMP WATER (***see also and also #Hail #CraigLocicero and #Forbidden!***)    (1:05:10) - #TwistedSister (You're gonna) BURN IN HELL #StayHungry #AnAngrierHeavierKiss #justfivewordstosay #genre #ToThineOwnSelfBeTrue and the transition from #hardrock to #heavymetal / #welldone and the allure of playing a #backyardparty / #passionfirst #moneyfollowspassion #alwaysremember #neverforget / #HeavenAndHell #thiscounts #ItIsButItsNot #ImSayin #SabbathAndOrDioASMR FEAR (#itsnotfairASMR)    (1:13:36) - #Technically #yourenotwrong #clutchthepearls #monetization ***#krellkabob Rib Lounge announcements*** / #AldoNova FANTASY #walkingonwheels #notfeelingit #transitional #borderline #earlyprotoprogmetal #alwaysremember #recordscratch #thisisnotmetal / #onmicburp #Floydish #doyouremembernow #deflatedtentacles    (1:19:19) - #Adema (not #CoalChamber) and #KornsBrother GIVING IN (#gothgirls #emotamponmetalcore) #enough #offthereservation #imsadtouchmybut #thatsenough***Is it eyether or ether? *** / #MD45 and more #tangentionalality to #Megadeth NO PAIN #wrongversion The #LeeVing #originalversion is #waycooler / #honkyoutrage and #selfhatredhonkyoutrageragecore #TheCloser #DangOle #AngryCrochetyFuck #notreally    (1:26:26) - #RamJam BLACK BETTY #tallDenmarkian123 ***KEEP GIVING US THE FEEDBACK, RATINGS, EMAILS AND VOICEMAILS AND SUCH AND THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!*** #InstaFace #FaceGram #Socials / See also the #SpiderBait version of #BlackBetty #RedneckIndustrial #BlueGrassIndustrial #SpiderJoke ***THANK YOU FOR LISTENING TO AND SUPPORTING METAL NERDERY PODCAST!!!***#outtakes #itsalreadyup #anusburp #itsallbullshitASMR #thereisnomoon #space #andthen #waitforit #keepwaiting #justalittlebitmore #closemindedprickASMR #andthereitis  

Mad Baronesses's Podcast

Did we take the entire summer off from the podcast without realizing it? Yes. Did we manage to read and find joy? Sorta! We are counting all wins big and small and we hope everyone else is too. We so appreciate those that are still listening to us ramble about the things we love. We are discussing the absolute brilliance that is REEL by Kennedy Ryan, this one took us through our emotions in a way that was so deftly crafted we decided to make it a...multi(?)-parter. We aren't sure how many episodes but it will be more than one! 

The Arsenal Cannon Podcast
Episode 100 (Part 2)- DRUNKCAST #4 Where does Arteta go from here? We only sorta talk about this

The Arsenal Cannon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 44:17


Embark on an audible adventure with Daniel Finton, Alfie Culshaw and Rob Worthington as they analyze all of the latest news regarding the Arsenal. Mac Johnson is in this part as well and honestly, if you're looking for our typically insightful analysis, don't listen to this. You can watch this half on YouTube as well!

Steve & Captain Evil: The Podcast
Captain Evil's Sorta Surprise Birthday Podcast

Steve & Captain Evil: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 51:58


It's Captain Evil's birthday and for the faithful listeners a great ending you will not want to miss.

Talking Talmud
Beitzah 2: A Tractate about an Egg, Kinda, Sorta

Talking Talmud

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 19:11


An introduction to this tractate, which is called, "Egg," but is really, fundamentally, about yom tov, the holidays. It therefore has overlap with the tractates of Shabbat, Eruvin, and more. Also: The opening mishnah - when an egg is laid on yom tov... Can you eat it? If so, when can you eat it? If not, what's the rationale for the prohibition? (Including the parallel to Shabbat) Plus, the authorship of the mishnah in this tractate is more complicated, as is evident by apparent contradictory texts, and reflective of more authors than simply R. Shimon.

Learning More
Peter Funt, Candid Camera, and Laugh Therapy

Learning More

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 40:52


We can all use a good laugh every once, and a while, some days more than others. Today we are joined by a guy that has been putting smiles on the faces of unsuspecting people his entire life. We are joined by Peter Funt as we learn more about Candid Camera and Laugh Therapy.Show Links:This is TodayPeter's Book, Self AmusedCandid Camera WebsiteCandid Camera Classic on YouTubeAutomated Transcript:[00:00:00] Russ: With the world today, you know what? We can all use a laugh, right? And sometimes, maybe some of us may just even want to hear...[00:00:19] Peter Funt: smile. You're on Candid Camera [00:00:22] Russ: Today, we learned more with Peter Funt about Candid Camera and laughter therapy.Thanks for listening and subscribing to learning more where each episode, we bring you a new story about people, inventions, pop culture, and life. I'm your host, Russ. And this week, we're going to discuss laughing. Yeah. Yeah, we, okay. So w well, we've had a pretty heavy couple of episodes over the last, uh, couple of weeks here.We've talked about climate change, global warming, all of these crazy things. You know, what. We've all been dealt some pretty heavy topics lately. So I figured, you know what, let's talk a little laugh therapy. Let's have a little fun today. And they say that laughter's the best medicine, right? And I am a strong believer, and I think making a joke at a tough situation can actually. Make it a little easier to handle. And one of the reasons for that is because I grew up watching Candid Camera and I think one of the best laugh lines ever is smile. You're on Candid Camera. I find it impossible not to smile after hearing that.So we're going to talk about Candid Camera laugh therapy and a new book to do. So I'm joined by Peter Funt. Peter. Thank you so much for joining me today. [00:01:45] Peter Funt: Thank you, Russ. Great to be with you. [00:01:49] Russ: Peter has hosted the TV show, Candid Camera, which his dad, Allen Funt, invented. Uh, he's also written for the wall street journal USA today.Too many places to mention it. As far as where you mentioned ABC news, uh, you've hosted other shows specials and you've authored several books, including his newest one self amused a tell some memoir. Uh, so Peter it's a tell some, not a tell-all did you, did you bring in some of the juicy stuff? [00:02:17] Peter Funt: I did. I thought tell some was appropriate just in case I want to write a second book.You know, I don't want to waste all my best material now. I'm just trying to be. There's a smart Alec there; it's a pretty, uh, insightful book about my little corner of the world and the experiences I've had. And there's plenty in there about Candid Camera. You know, I found already the book has only been out a few weeks and I've already heard from people that, you know, those who only want to know about Candid Camera wish it was entirely that way in the book, those who are fascinated by some of the.Quirky and strange experiences I've had off-camera wish. I did a little bit more than that. So as like a 50 50 balance and I gave it my best shot. And, uh, there's plenty in there about Candid Camera for the Candid Camera fans. You know, you mentioned the value of laughter and I know we'll get into that more, but certainly if people needed a good laugh or, uh, the endorphins that come with, uh, laughing out loud, there couldn't be a better time for it than right now.We're all feeling stressed. We're all shut-in. We're all worried. So many things going on and I am not suggesting that laughter is a cure for all of our problems. I'm simply saying it helps to feel better. If you can at least smile or maybe just segregate the things in your life. You've got the serious stuff, and you've got the other stuff.So let's start by at least getting a laugh at the other stuff. Which is to say, let's not sweat the small stuff. Right. Okay. So I [00:04:07] Russ: saw a quote and I'll, I'll, I'll get right into that here with, uh, with your dad. He said, when a tragedy occurs, people often feel the presence of humor is suddenly inappropriate.Their attitude seems to say, this is no laughing. Matter, but I feel the opposite. I believe that laughing matters, and it's more essential for me in tough times than ever. I feel like that's a great quote for right now for all the, all the stuff that we're [00:04:34] Peter Funt: dealing with in the world. Yeah. My dad was a very smart guy.I think what he was saying was an extension of what I just tried to say, which is he, he's not suggesting that in terrible times, you laugh at the terrible things. He's saying that during bad times, you find little things within your world that you can laugh about. I know for a fact, uh, as you know, that some of the funniest things believe it or not are said by emergency service workers, cops, surgeons in the emergency room of hospitals, uh, people on the front lines, my goodness.Battle humor from the world wars and Vietnam is, is legendary. And this is not because people were laughing at the risks they were facing, but rather they were trying to get some sort of comfort and release by finding a tiny little thing to smile about and laughing. [00:05:46] Russ: It's so important in life to do that.Why you though? I mean, basically you've been trained your entire life to look at the funny, I mean, so I, okay. So correct me if I'm wrong here, but you were born the same year that Candid Camera came [00:05:59] Peter Funt: out, right? Yes. And a Candid Camera just celebrated its 73rd anniversary this month, August. And, um, so it's been around a long time.It's been on and off and on and back off and on right now, we're working on a new deal to get it back and new production on TV. But meanwhile, I'm encouraged by the fact that our YouTube channel during this stressful. COVID period is really booming. I mean, people are going to YouTube for a lot of things, not just Candid Camera, but on our site, which is called Candid Camera classics on YouTube.Boy, it's just growing and growing. And what I'm most interested in are the comments that people are leaving because they really appreciate a laugh. Right now, I'll tell you, though, something that I noticed about those comments for us. And in fact, I wrote about it this week in the wall street journal.People get very confused about nostalgia. We all, especially in tough times, yearn for the good old days. Well, here's the problem with that? When you look at YouTube clips of Candid Camera, you're seeing a mixture of things that were shot as long ago as 50, 60 years ago. And as recently as two or three years ago, and many stops in between the YouTube viewers seem to be confused about that.And they view it all as in the past and almost equally. So, so I find, and I kind of chuckle when somebody watches a sequence that we shot three or four years ago. They don't realize that. So the comment, oh boy, those were the good old days. I'd never do that today. And wasn't it wonderful back then.You're just confused about that. Right? Somebody smarter than me once noted that is relative. Yeah, things tend to look either much better or sometimes much worse in the rearview mirror. So I ended my wall street journal piece by quoting a Carly Simon from 1971. When she's saying these are the good old days.And that's what I think where we're, this is pretty good right now, despite all of our stress and problems for me, these are the good old days. [00:08:45] Russ: Yeah. That actually, that's a great way to look at life. If you can, it live in the now and just enjoy what's going on. I mean, there's always something funny.There's always something good. Despite all the bad there's there's always something good going. And okay. So we gotta, we gotta go way back to the beginning here. Uh, talk about growing up on the set of Candid Camera. [00:09:09] Peter Funt: So just to be clear, there was never a set before for our show. It's true, [00:09:15] Russ: right? Yeah. Cause you're, you're out and about, which makes it even [00:09:18] Peter Funt: more difficult.I wish there had been a set because then you'd have a craft service table and a makeup lady and all that stuff. And we were usually shooting in gas stations or, you know, very cramped and unappealing conditions, but. It is true that my dad gave me my first taste of this when I was three years old. And he put me out on the street corner in New York City with a shoeshine box and told me to try to charge $10 per shoe.I don't know. I don't know if it was funny. And in fact, we'll never really know because back then they never thought to save the footage. Not only the unused footage, they didn't even save the finished shows once was on me. Tape was expensive. Yeah. We dreamed that we'd be sitting here so many decades later wondering about it.So I don't know how I did that day, but I moved on and by the time I was 15, I, uh, managed to do something. Uh, led to the cover of my book. The book that I just put out is called self amused, but the cover image is a black and white picture from when I was 15. And my dad decided that he could make an upside down room and this would be a windowless room and an office building where everything that should have been on the floor was connected upside down and hanging from the ceiling.And in order to complete the effect, he needed someone young enough, nimble enough. There I say, stupid enough, hang upside down and talk to unsuspecting people as they came into this room. And that was me. Well, all we learned right away was you can only hang that way for a minute, minute and a half. And then all the blood rushes to your head.And you guys rushed out to bring me down and, you know, get me straightened out and then back up. And we did this all day long and it made a good picture. Good enough for the cover of my book, but it did not make a particularly good Candid Camera sequence. The people who came into the room were just too shocked to react.There is a point of diminishing returns in our title. Comedy and, uh, experimentation, if you go too far, you get no reaction. And so these folks just bolted out of the room, and we didn't get much out of it, but for me, that was quite a baptism. And so it went right. [00:12:12] Russ: That's fine. So you basically got to travel all around, cause you mentioned you didn't really have a set.I would think that shooting on the road would be very difficult, especially for something like this. You're walking into situations where you've got to do the lighting, hide the cameras. Uh, I, I read in the book, uh, about a time in, uh, a small hotel. I believe it was in Albuquerque and there was an incident with a cactus [00:12:36] Peter Funt: happened.You know, I cited because mercifully for all that I've done on the show. And I think it's several thousand sequences that I've been in personally. We've really been pretty lucky. I've never been physically assaulted. Uh, I've never gotten injured, and I was only sued once, and that's a whole chapter in the book and not the point right at this moment.Right. In that little hotel-motel set up in New Mexico. Uh, I was talking well, well, I'll tell you what the gag was. I was the clerk and I was telling the customers that the rates are very low, but of course, to make up for it, we do charge a little bit extra for each thing that you might need. So for example, hangars, uh, metal hangers are 50 cents each and, uh, wood is a dollar.Towels are a buck and a half for the big ones and yada yada. So I'm talking to this one woman, and there's a guy who I guess was with her in the back of the room in the back of the shot. Could barely see him, but at one point he backed up and, uh, became impaled on a big cactus that was there. And it stuck to his fag, just like a cartoon.And the guy is running around the room with this cactus hanging off his back. And I don't believe I've ever seen anything quite like that. We finally got it off him and then needed pliers to pull out the remaining prongs back in back. I guess if we were going to be sued, he could have sued us, but he did.It wasn't an accident, but it happens, you know, go out doing our kind of work and we love to catch people and we love to not know who we're going to catch next. But with that comes the fact that maybe they're having a hard day, maybe they got things on their mind. So what my dad and I. Sorta tried to perfect in the course of our respective careers was not just trying to be funny in some respects.That's the easiest part. The more difficult part was to take people's temperature. To figure it out as quickly as we could, how much they wanted to play along, how far we could push what their mood was, et cetera, because we don't want to push people too far. Uh, and Candid Camera has always been a people loving program.It sounds so fundamental, but if you compare our work with other so-called reality or hidden camera shows. You find that many of them seem at least to be trying to prove that people are stupid, and that's not our mission at all. We think people are great and we think they're good sports the way they smile.When we tell them they're on Candid Camera. And for many of the people we photograph being caught by our show. Could very well be the single most exciting moment of their life. I'm not exaggerating when I say so it's a big responsibility and we we've always taken a very seriously. [00:16:12] Russ: Yeah. Well, you know, it's, uh, it's one of those things.I remember growing up watching this, and I don't know how many times in my life. Life. I said, smile. You're on Candid Camera to people just because, you know, it was a F it's a funny laugh line. It's it's there. And, um, [00:16:28] Peter Funt: you can mail your check for that to my PO box. Yeah. Well, [00:16:33] Russ: there you go.I got to pay you for each time. I say it all right. And you know what, what I like about Candid Camera though? It's so lighthearted, like you said, it's like, you're not trying to hurt people. Like you see these natural reactions. I watched a couple of clips on your YouTube channel, which by the way, I'll put a link in the description.So anybody listening can go check it out. I strongly suggest that you do. I watched some old clips from the fifties where you had like, uh, attractive teachers coming in. And introducing themselves to a pair of kids, the reactions to the kids. It was just so funny. And so like, they didn't even have to say anything.You just watch it on their faces. I mean, it's. It's feel good humor, and yeah, we do need that right now. Um, okay. So we talked a little about laugh therapy. We will talk a little bit more about that. We'll take a short break here. When we come back, we'll have more.If you enjoy history, maybe you're just feeling a little nostalgic, or you wonder who's having a birthday today, or maybe you need a reason to celebrate. Well, we've got the perfect podcast for you. It is called, this is today and each and every day we talk about the historic events, celebrity birthday. We also talk about whatever is going on today.There's always something to celebrate when you listen to this is today and it just 10 minutes each day, you can make it a daily habit. You can even add it to your Alexa flash briefing, click the link in the description, or just search in your favorite podcast app. Or this is today. Thanks for listening and subscribing to learn.More I'm Russ with you. And yet we're talking about having a good laugh here. I, as I've mentioned before, we're happy. We've had some pretty heavy topics on the show, and we're all going through a lot these days. So I figure, you know, let's talk, laugh therapy. Let's talk, just smiling, laughing in the moment.Uh, I have to tell you, Peter. When I walked into the interview today, I was a little nervous. I actually, I looked for cameras in the, in the studio here. I wasn't sure that, you know, maybe I would be on the show. I didn't think [00:18:54] Peter Funt: we were nervous. My father and I have been nervous almost our entire respective lives because we fear that we would go someplace and somebody would try to trick us.And the fear wasn't that we would be triggered. The fear was that we wouldn't react graciously. That's a lot of pressure. We used to go visit affiliates, TV, affiliates around the country. And invariably, we get off the plane or come out of the car and, you know, we got, we got pretty good at spotting it, cause they'd have a fake cop trying to arrest us or something going on.But yeah, we were, we were kind of worried about how would we stand up to the test that we put so many other people, right. [00:19:46] Russ: Have you ever been actually tricked. [00:19:50] Peter Funt: No simple answer. No. Wow. [00:19:54] Russ: I guess you've, you've been trained [00:19:55] Peter Funt: to spot it. Yeah, I guess you could say that, you know, the truth is my dad and I were never particularly inclined toward practical jokes.I didn't grow up in a house that had dribbled glasses or whoopee cushions or something like that. My dad really fancied himself, a student of human nature and the best parts of Candid Camera as he saw it or observing people and how they handle situations. Sometimes that could be a little bit of stress and how they handle that.And I mean, very mild stress. Other times it was really just a fly on the wall. He did terrific sequences about such simple things as how people chew gum, how people either shoot. How people walk up and downstairs. I did one just a few years ago about how women try to put on false eyelashes. And, you know, you could have gimmick that up.You could have made, I don't know, played with the glue or made them too long or bony, didn't we, it was just what you saw was what life presented. And we just thought it was fascinating. And it was so candid. Camera has always edits best, been or rich blend of little bit of joke. And a little bit of studying human nature and a little bit of laughter therapy.You're [00:21:36] Russ: you're recognized from Candid Camera. You've got the last name. How do you walk into a bank and ask for a loan, or there are people just looking for cameras? I mean, is it, is it [00:21:47] Peter Funt: tough to the extent that people recognize me or, or did my dad were just flattered by that? You know, the only thing worse than the burden of being recognized in public.Is the horror of not being recognized. So, so if that's the price of admission, I don't mind it. And I'm, I'm glad if people think, uh, where's the camera, uh, when they see me, you know, for all the people we've photographed over now, eight different decades going on nine, uh, For all those people. I hear tell there's a vastly larger number of people who have thought at one time or another, they were on Candid Camera, and they really weren't.We weren't there at all, but they write us letters and emails saying that the darndest thing happened. I had to write to you because. My dog did this, or my husband did this and I could have sworn I was on candid. [00:22:58] Russ: That's funny. Well, I mean, you guys have had such a, an impact on everyone's life. Uh, so, okay. So before the interview here, we were talking about, uh, you're out in the Monterrey, which is famous for, uh, clinics would, uh, be in being mayor at one point of view, have you run into a Clint?[00:23:14] Peter Funt: He lives here in pebble beach where I live. And of course his former wife no longer, but at the time Dina was my co-host for three years on Candid Camera. When we did a cable version of this show, just a wonderful lady, Dina, Eastwood, and Clint. Yeah. I, I I've played golf with Clint. I've uh, I write in the book that I, he is such a quirky man.He was kind enough to give my family. And I arrived on the Warner brothers jet to go back and forth from Monterey to Burbank. And the first time we took that flight, we're on the plane waiting for Clint. And here comes this guy down the aisle to take us. And he is carrying a baby pig. Let me, let me just pause while you process that this is the Clint Eastwood and he's cuddling a baby pig.I'm told it was a Vietnamese Potbelly pig. And it turns out that he and his family just love various animals, and they're way beyond dogs and cats, they're into pigs and all sorts of stuff. But what a juxtaposition, you know, this is one of the most powerful guys in Hollywood. One of the toughest guys you'd ever want to meet.And here he is just sorta fawning over this little pig. I write in the book any time. I think I've seen it all. I just remember that, that moment. [00:24:59] Russ: Yeah, I was, I was, uh, trying to try to get you to tell that story. So now I read that and I'm like, really, this is crazy. There's plenty of more like that in this book.And I feel like, yeah, uh, this book was sort of laugh therapy for me, but let's talk a little about the laugh therapy foundation. [00:25:17] Peter Funt: That's a nonprofit that my dad began back in. I guess the late seventies, early eighties, and we still operate that today. It just basically involves us sending specially selected Candid Camera videos to critically ill people at no charge whatsoever.If you know someone who you think could benefit from that, you can go to our website, Candid Camera.com, and then you can find your way to laughter therapy. We'll take it from there, but my father learned back then principally from the author, Norman Cousins. Way back in the seventies, Norman cousins, who was a writer-editor of the Saturday review smart guy, he was sick, and he wrote a very successful book called anatomy of an illness.And in that book, he mentioned that when he was feeling his word. He called. My dad asked if he could borrow some Candid Camera film, and back then he even needed a projector in his hospital room to look at the stuff, but they set it up and he reported that if he could get maybe 15 or 30 minutes of laughter watching this stuff, he could be pain-free for three or four hours.And he did it over and over and found that it really worked. Now. I'm no doctor, I'm no scientist. I'm not making any medical claims. I simply point out that laughter is good. It can make you feel better. It might even increase healing. And, and as Mr. Cousins found out a little bit can go a long way, but most importantly, what he wrote was it was something about the reality of it because he tried Marx brothers and he tried, you know, sitcoms and stuff and laugh is good.No matter how you get it. But Candid Camera in particular, just struck such a responsive chord that it worked well. And my dad decided to call that laughter therapy. It's so [00:27:39] Russ: real, it's real emotion that you're witnessing from these people. It's kind of like, I guess the, you know, the, the, the comparison that I would make is I've watched so many of these, like, uh, uh, you know, soldiers coming home.Uh, reunion type videos. I just, those always get to me. And it's because of the real emotion it's not staged. It's not fake. It's, it's real. And it's funny to say with, with Candid Camera, I mean, so many of the situations are fake, but the emotions are so real. [00:28:07] Peter Funt: It's the relate-ability as well. When we pick our topics properly, we're keying in on things that people experienced themselves.So if they see something happening in one of our sequences, I like it when they're saying in the living room there. Oh yeah. I hate it when that happens or, oh right. That I went through something like that the other day. I don't mean an elaborate joke. I mean the little things in life that drive us all crazy, whether it's the yogurt machine that turns on, but won't turn off one of my favorites that I think everyone can relate to.We just exaggerated. Have you ever left a parking lot? That has one of those wooden bars that is down. And then once you put in your money or your ticket, the bar goes up and you go through. But sometimes it seems that's going too fast, especially if you can't quite reach the machine. So you've got to get out, do your thing.And then by the time you get back in the bars back down again, so we rigged it so we could control the bar with us at the controls. No one could get out. All right. And it was just up and down, up and down, back and forth. And yet, even though we exaggerated the situation, the basic premise was right out of everyday life.Everyone who's ever parked a car in that type of lot can relate. And that's what makes it what I called relatable. And as you said, Funny because it's real. Yeah. And you [00:29:50] Russ: know, actually you bring up too, and I, some of the inventions that you guys came up with the tanning machines or whatever, it was like these, these funny inventions that were out there, you do, how much work did you guys put into R and D the [00:30:06] Peter Funt: R and D usually takes place in our private lives.I mean, I'm always on the lookout for little things that drive me crazy, or, you know, I like to. Well, you know, the phrase don't, don't get mad. Get, even in my case, it's, don't get med, do a Candid Camera sequence. That's how I like it when things play out. But look, there are formulas, and we follow them. One of them.And I outline a bunch of these in the book. Uh, one of them is reversal. So you in a shorthand reference said a tanning machine. But there are tanning machines. So the one we made reversed that and we produced and on tanning machine. So the customer thinks you can go in. Maybe you're just a little too dark today.You got to be, you go into this marvelous machine, push a few buttons and voila you're come out. Two shades lighter. Now the secret to that machine, like so many of the props I've built identical twins. That's a magician's favorite tool, and we've used it for years on Candid Camera. If I hired two twin actresses, and then I sort of put a lot of makeup on one, so they looked darkly, tanned, and then white type stuff on the other.So they look very pale. And they switched places inside the machine. You would swear that this one person went from darker to lighter in the tanning machine [00:31:52] Russ: and it worked great. Yeah. Some of these it's, it is, it's like magic. You guys had a study, uh, all the magicians and learn all those tricks as well to do this.Uh, okay. So. Are people like now we've got technology, we've got all these advancements are our people do these things. There may be harder to full now or are they [00:32:13] Peter Funt: easier to full I'm so glad you asked. I am a hundred percent certain that people are easier to fool than ever before. And I know that runs against your intuition, but I believe it's true.Yeah, these are more high tech times and complicated times, but here's the thing. People my dad used to have to work at distracting people so that he could do his little trick. Now, a days people are self distracted. Right. They're multitasking. They're on the phone. They're texting heaven forbid while driving, but I mean, they're, they're doing all sorts of things.They got multiple things on their mind. We step in and do a little trick, and it's easier than ever to fool them as too high tech. So you say that untangling machine, would people be more or less likely to believe that today? Then in my father's day, easier to believe because there's so much technology in our lives.Why not? That. I mean, think about, you know, we've got self-driving cars, and we've got drones. And so why can't we have, uh, I'm making myself emotional here. Why can't we have tanning machine [00:33:42] Russ: you're right. We would be easier for those reasons. What about the changing of like kind of standards of comedy? What people think are funny, people are, are, are way more sensitive now, I guess, to some comedy.Do you think that that would have any issues as far as like, you know, censorship or what you guys could do now versus [00:34:02] Peter Funt: what you could do before? Censorship has always been a problem on Candid Camera? Not because people said bad words very often, that always surprised me. Real life conversation is nowhere near as salty, as you might assume.Yeah, sure. You go to certain places at certain times or certain to hear some colorful language, but the average person on the street when encountering a stranger does not use four letter words. It just doesn't often happen. But the sensors have networks, and they don't even use the word sensor. They like to call themselves standards and practices.And they are very troubled for decades by Candid Camera, because it was too real. They were happy with double entendre in sitcoms, but if a real person said something. Then, the standards and practices, people got very nervous. Now there were subjects that my dad and I, I say subject, I don't mean the unsuspecting people.I mean, topics that my dad dealt with that I don't think I'd want to touch today. For example, he endured Kirby once went out in the, on the street in bar Harbor, Maine in the sixties. And stopped strangers and said, do you have any idea where we could go to buy a bomb? Now? You know, the thing is in 19 62 63, that was actually funny.We looked at them like, well, what do you mean dynamite? You want to, you know, uh, something in construction, but nobody thought terrorism or anything like that. It was just an innocent surprise. I would not do that today. So of course change and people's sensitivities change, and that's as it should be. And my job as I see it, especially when we get back into new production short.Yeah. It is to stay one step ahead or at least keep pace in an episode. [00:36:21] Russ: How, how much actually ends up on the, on the cutting room floor? Are we seeing, you know, 10% or 1%, it's trying to get a feel of how much [00:36:29] Peter Funt: work this is? Yeah, it's a lot of work, but, and it's like fishing, you know, you put your line in the water and on a good day, you might catch a nice fish in 10 minutes.But another time you're there all day and nothing's biting. And it's no different in our work. I would say that the percentage of stuff that we wind up on the air is, is fairly high. And when it's cut out, it's really not because people said the wrong thing on our show. There is no wrong thing as far as I'm concerned, but it's perhaps because it was redundant or we had a technical problem and, and things like that, uh, I'm all a related question, of course is how many people give us permission or to turn that around?How many people refuse to give us permission? Yeah, you're, [00:37:24] Russ: you're reading my mind [00:37:25] Peter Funt: there on the next one. I'm not changed since my dad's day. The answer is most people are happy to sign this little release form unless. Unless we happen to have caught them at the wrong place at the wrong time, with the wrong other person, because I'm here to report.If you photograph a guy who's out with someone else's wife. Yeah,[00:37:57] Russ: I can see that. That's funny. So, okay. You've done so much in your life. As I mentioned, kind of in the credits early on, you know, you've, you've written for wall street journal, you worked for ABC news. Of course, all the work with Candid Camera. What would you say is your proudest. [00:38:14] Peter Funt: Oh, my, uh, I, I know, I wish I could say I had one, you know, you mentioned these various things I've done.And I do recount some of the crazier ones in the book, but, uh, it's kinda like how I talk about sports. I play a lot of baseball, and I play a lot of guts. When I'm on the golf course, I like to make an excuse by saying baseball is my sport. And when I'm playing, I point to how good I can be at golf. Let's just same thing in my career.When I'm writing, I say, well, I'm not a good writer, but I can do television. But when I'm trying, struggling on TV, I say, well, I'm basically a writer. So I guess my pride Russ is. I'm staying one step ahead of my own game and trying as many different things as I can. And hoping to smile while I'm doing it.[00:39:12] Russ: Uh, okay. Can you, you you've said smile every time you say it. I think you're going to say the line. Can you give me that would be [00:39:17] Peter Funt: surprised if sometimes somewhere someplace when you least expect it, someone steps up to you and say, Smile. You're on Candid Camera [00:39:31] Russ: theater. Thank you so much for [00:39:32] Peter Funt: joining me a real pleasure us. 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Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 55:26


(5:00) The QB divide; those who demand to know, those who are apathetic (13:00) Sounds like COVID cancellations won't rear their head (*fingers crossed*) (17:00) Kenny on the offense and explosiveness vs. efficiency (25:00) Defense and the front four; are we being too dramatic about depth? (34:00) Jordan Travis has gotten better. Or, Jordan Travis has gotten better? (43:00) What was/is the plan for McKenzie Music: Living Colour - Cult of Personality Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brian Thomas
Councilman Mann - SORTA and CPD

Brian Thomas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 13:20


Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan
491 - Brian MacKenzie (Human Performance Specialist, Sorta)

Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 94:48


Brian MacKenzie and I had a good chat about how "working out" should be more like play, how psychological issues manifest in our physiology, and how rejection can hit the body like a car wreck. Brian is the Founder & CEO of Shift. He is also the President and Co-Founder of The Health and Human Performance Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to researching how breath and innate tools can optimize and help health and human performance. Brian has also co-authored the book Power Speed Endurance, The New York Times Best Seller UnBreakable Runner, and UnPlugged, which assesses the integration of emergent technology and human performance. Brian on Instagram, Twitter. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Music: “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range; "Move with Me" by Nena Cherry; "Smoke Alarm," by Carsie Blanton. 

Total Soccer Show: USMNT, EPL, MLS, Champions League and more ...
Author Simon Kuper discusses his new book, The Barcelona Complex: Lionel Messi and the Making - and Unmaking - of the World's Greatest Soccer Club

Total Soccer Show: USMNT, EPL, MLS, Champions League and more ...

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 52:02


Journalist and author Simon Kuper joins the show to discuss his out-standing new book, The Barcelona Complex: Lionel Messi and the Making - and Unmaking - of the World's Greatest Soccer Club. The book itself functions as a semi-biography of Cruyff, Messi, and the club as a whole, but also provides fascinating insight into the present lives of modern superstars. What do they eat when they hang out together, how much more cautious are they in the age of cell phones and how life at La Masia prepares athletes for both The Camp Nou and also Spartan military society. Sorta. Plus, the strange way Johan Cruyff greets people on the telephone, how Barcelona's steadfast plans for signing Ousmane Dembele were thrown out the window in the first 5 seconds of their meeting, and much much more! Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by... The NBA! This episode is sponsored by the NBA and their quest to advance the game of basketball, grow the community, and impact culture. That's the NBA. That's Game! American Giant! Get 15% off your new favorite tees at american-giant.com/TSS! Brooklinen! Looking for some wonderful new bedding? Head to Brooklinen.com and use promo code TSS to get $20 off a purchase of $100 or more.  Heineken! With a busy start to the European soccer season underway, stay refreshed with the crisp taste of Heineken! Artifact! Go to HeyArtifact.com to get started! To check out the excerpt we mentioned on this episode, go to HeyArtifact.com/loveletters Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rolling Rocks Radio
Episode 54 - Fight Night Gastelum vs Cannonier (Sorta), Scott rants about women in BJJ (Kinda), and Jerry talks AFG

Rolling Rocks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 54:49


On this week's episode Scott and Jerry talk about the latest UFC Fight Night - Gastelum Vs Cannonier, Kinda. Scott only caught the prelims and Jerry had things to do in the real world, so our coverage this week is a little "Light". In Various and Sundry we talk about Connor continuing to pick fights with the commentating crew and if he ever fights again. Scott then has a rant women in BJJ, Sorta. After last week's coverage of the Team Fight Sports fiasco and this situation continuing to develop and more allegations comming up, Scott wanted to do a segment on how to build a gym culture that encourages and promotes women's participation. Half way thru writing this segment he got pissed off and decided to rant about it. Bottom Line, Don't Be a Scumbag! On Jerry's #Seriously this week we talk about the current issues in Afghanistan and the evacuation of US personnel, allies, and material. For a really good breakdown on the Team Fight Sport situation check out That Jiu Jitsu Podcast's coverage of the issue on Episode 72: Assaults, Arrests, and Cover-Ups at Fight Sports Justin Lesko and Mike Callahan do a great job breaking the situation down. If you want to contact us with feedback, suggestions, or just to say "Hi" you can e-mail us at rollingrocksradio@protonmail.com Rolling Rocks Radio is also live on the socials. You can find us on Instagram and Twitter and now FACEBOOK! Don't forget Mike from OffYourBackBJJ is offering all our listeners $10 off a $50 dollar or more order. Be sure to head over to https://offyourbackbjj.com/ to check out the spring series preorder and use the code "RollingRocks" for your listener discount! You can find mike on the socials at: Instagram: OffYourBackBJJ Facebook: OffYourBackBJJ Support Total Defense Martial Arts team member Andrew Undercoffer (AKA G. Campbell) and check out his book Dames and Demons, a Steampunk/gumshoe/occult thriller. Available on Amazon in paperback and digital Thanks to the team at Total Defense Martial Arts in Staunton Virginia This episode's music is "But I Am Shafts Of Light" by Maeth. Used under the creative commons licence - Sourced from Free Music Archives --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Sportsocracy
The Sports Tank w/ Jeremy Greene: The Alliance Revealed... Sorta, ETN is O.U.T.

The Sportsocracy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 96:06


The Big Ten, ACC, and PAC-12 holds a press conference to officially announce their alliance. The details are ever-evolving and there are no signatures on the pact, so there aren't really specifics to the plan. Travis Etienne is done for the year, meaning the Jaguars suck that much more. Wish you hadn't passed on drafting James Robinson in fantasy? We tried to tell you. Play best ball fantasy football with us! Proceeds to Eblen Charities' St. Nicholas Project.

Pop Culture Brews
The Room w/Homebrewing DIY/ A sorta European Beer

Pop Culture Brews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 133:56


Is it the worst movie ever made? Possibly. Is this the worst beer we've ever made? Definitely. Joined by Colton of the hit podcast Homebrewing DIY, we discuss the Wiseau classic The Room. A movie that confounds and entertains in a way the world, and Tyler was not ready for! This is the most on point beer we've ever made! Lisa's Beer (5 gallons) (60 mins mash 60 mins boil) Grain: (all measurements are rough guesses.... It's The Room afterall) 14lb Pilsner Malt 6oz Chocolate Rye Hops: 1oz Hallertau (60 mins) 1oz Hallertau (10 Mins) Yeast: Saison (Wyeast 3711) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sorta Interesting
Sorta Interesting Podcast Ep. 85 - Men In Black

Sorta Interesting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 77:50


We kick off a new review series with our favorite galaxy defenders; the Men in Black. Come join Christian Patam and Myles Darling talking movies and tv every week Visit our website to listen to all of our podcasts!: https://sortainteresting.com/ Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOjjPtnto197PBVqdjoe8mg?view_as=subscriber Support us and help us create more content!: https://www.patreon.com/sortainteresting Intro/Outro Music: https://linktr.ee/thehusges Follow us on Twitter! Christian - http://www.twitter.com/ChristianPatam Myles - http://www.twitter.com/MylesDarling Sorta Interesting - http://www.twitter.com/SortaInterestin Follow us on Instagram! Christian - https://www.instagram.com/christianpatam Myles - https://www.instagram.com/mylesdarling Sorta Interesting - https://www.instagram.com/sortainterestingpodcast Background Video: Videezy.com

Learning More
Climate Change, Wildfires and Smoke

Learning More

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 29:14


Wildfire has become the smell and sight of summer in many locations throughout the United States and worldwide. What is it doing to our health today? We learn more about wildfires and our house.In this episode of Learning More, we learn more about wildfire smoke and its effects on our health. We speak with Luke Montrose, an Assistant Professor of Community and Environmental Health, Boise State University.Show Links:Luke's department website.Luke's lab website. PurpleAirAirNowHow to make a DIY air filter with a box fanShow Transcription (Automated)Environmental Toxicologist===[00:00:00] Russ: Wildfire has become the smell and sight of summer in many locations throughout the United States and throughout the world. What is it doing to our health today? We learn more about wildfires and our house.All right. Thanks for listening. And thanks for subscribing to learning more, where each episode, we bring you a new story about people, inventions, pop culture, and life. I'm Russ. And this week, I am joined by Luke Montrose. He's an assistant professor of community and environmental health at Boise state university.Thanks for joining me, Luke. Thank you for that. I live in California, which many people call the golden state, but here in California, we know that it's actually become the orange state, at least over the last few years. It's like weeks of the summer are just filled with orange skies here from the wildfires and okay.Yeah. Obvious. Problems with the wildfires are the homes that are being burned down the, you know, lives lost in this, but you've also got to start to think about what is this doing to me and to my health. So you're an environmental toxicologist. Can you tell us a little about that? And then we'll get into kind of what this is doing to each one?[00:01:38] Luke: Yeah. So environmental toxicology is broadly the study. Yeah. The world around us and how it interacts with our bodies causes biological, adverse reactions. So this could be anything from table salt, water, all the way up to cyanide. And so, I specifically study wildfire smoke and what that does from an acute standpoint.So short-term exposures as well, as, as you've mentioned now, these long-term exposures being exposed for multiple months. And maybe even if you live in California for 50, 60 years, what is 50 years of being exposed a couple of months at a time? [00:02:17] Russ: So what does it do [00:02:18] Luke: so we have a wealth of information about what particulate matter does to our lungs and the rest of our body.But what is particulate matter, and why is that different than wildfire smoke? So particulate matter is a very broad term. That essentially means anything that can be suspended in the air that you can breathe into your lungs. So that could be urban particulate matter. So think like car pollution industrial pollution coming out of it.That could be silica dust. So you get that when you're in a farming environment or if you're driving down a dusty road, and then you also have a particulate matter that comes from wildfire smoke, and these do different things to your lungs. And we don't have as much information about wildfire smoke as we do about general air pollution, particulate matter.But what we do know is that it's some particles are small enough that they get all the way into ours. And once they're there, they can call—all kinds of damage. And in particular, they can cause inflammation, and they can disrupt the natural immune response that your body is supposed to have. [00:03:28] Russ: This makes me think instantly about secondhand smoke.We did all these things here, here in California, a little longer ago where you couldn't smoke inside, you know, like bars, restaurants, things like that. We banned that, like, I don't know, years ago I happened to be working as a DJ at the time. So I was in a lot of bars and clubs, and it was amazing once they did this band.Cause I would smell the smoke on my clothes when I would get home. So I'd have to like shower and change when I got home. Just cause it smelled so bad [00:03:55] Luke: here in Boise, Idaho, we get a lot of secondhand smoke from our neighbors to the west. And so that's why and we can get into this, but you know, mitigation strategies to try to tamp down wildfires and the smoke that.It can't be just a state-by-state prerogative. We need to be thinking. Sort of more nationally more globally about this because smoke doesn't know when a zip code changes or when state boundaries change. So we have these issues with it being transient. Okay. [00:04:26] Russ: So there's that issue of the secondhand smoke?I'm thinking what about the issues that we might see with the firefighters going right into the smoke and having to experience this for a longer period of time? So, this is a [00:04:41] Luke: really great question that I am putting a lot of effort into trying to move the needle on this. And spoiler alert, I guess the wildland firefighting community does not have a robust cohort design long-term study going on.So what I mean by that is we are not actively recruiting and following, tracking and monitoring the health of wildland firefighters in the way that we should be doing. Such so that we can answer your questions. And as an example of what I would say. Let's say that we wanted to know the relative risk of lung cancer for a wildland firefighter.Who's worked 50 years versus twenty-five years versus five years. The cohort needed for that does not currently exist. There are no ongoing studies where we would be able to tap into those resources and ask that question. But those are important questions, but that's the spoiler alert. We don't have the answer, but if we were going to have me.I tell my students that environmental exposures environmental toxicology is all about three main things: dose duration and frequency. And so a caveat to that is I'll get asked a lot of times in an interview or in my classes or at a conference, you know, you're talking about Woodsmoke and how bad it is or how bad potentially.Do you sit around a campfire? Do you know, does your family partake in campfires while you're camping? Of course, we do. Again, this gets back to that central sort of idea of toxicology, dose direction, duration, and frequency. So let's talk, let's talk about dose first. While in firefighters job is to engage in with a fire.They're going to try to stay away from the fire as much as possible. They're going to try to stay out of the downwind side. Cause obviously, that's going to be the way that the fire's moving, so they don't want to be in the smoke. If I'm around a campfire, I don't want to be around the smoke. I'm going to do my best not to have an extended duration of exposure, which impacts a dose.As far as duration goes, wildland firefighters like that their job they're going to work an entire season, likely around a fire. They're going to work multiple seasons in a row. Cause that's their career. They're trying to make money. I'm exposed to a campfire on a good year. When I, when I'm trying to go out and go camping as much as possible, you know, maybe four or five weekends out of a year.And that gets into frequency. So how many times in my lifetime will I be exposed to a fire? A how many times throughout my life will I be exposed to a campfire? You know, multiply that out as many good years as I have to go camping. And you know, we're talking, you know, around 50 times maybe, whereas these firefighters.You know, they're exposed to year after year, day after day two. These guys work 14-hour shifts. They go on two-week rolls what they call a, a like a deployment. They call them roles 14 hours a day. These are extreme exposures that we're dealing with. And unfortunately our, we used to say that the the dichotomy between occupational exposures, like wildland firefighters, Public health.So community exposures were so different that we shouldn't even compare them, but now we see communities that can be exposed for months at a time, year after year. The community exposures are starting to look a lot more like our wildland firefighter counterparts, which goes to. We definitely need to be tracking, studying, and monitoring their health because it's probably going to shed light on what's happening to us and our lungs and potentially the rest of our bodies.So [00:08:14] Russ: we're going through, in some cases, six weeks of smelling smoke day after day after day. Sometimes you can't even open your windows because there's so much smoke, but still, there's that exposure. Every single day, especially for those of us that are working outside or I'm spending a lot of time in the [00:08:35] Luke: outdoors.You sparked another idea in my head that I want to make sure that we clarify here. One of the big differences between community exposure and wild wildland, firefighter exposure, or other outdoor. Folks who work outside. So let's list some of those off real quick. So we're talking about agricultural workers.We're talking about construction workers. We're talking about wildland firefighters and all of the other personnel that goes into helping to contain fires—the big difference between community exposure and wild, wild, and firefighter exposure. Let's use you as an example. I'm assuming that for that month and a half, that you were being exposed, you weren't outside, or if you were you're outside infrequently, us standard is about 90% of our time is spent, spent indoors that's in some kind of a structure or in your car.And the reason that that is important is that. For the most part, your structures, your car, all of those have the capability of filtering air. And so it's likely that their indoor air that you're breathing nine out of 10 breaths every day is filtered to some capacity. Now. That depends on where you are.That depends on what type of HPAC system or the air handling system that you have in your house, work car, any differences. Okay. So [00:09:55] Russ: for those of us out there that are exposed for multiple days, multiple weeks, is there data out there? Sorta gives us a little information into what the future. [00:10:06] Luke: holds for.So there is some very, very new data that's coming out right now. A lot of it's coming out of the 2018 fires that happened in California. And there's one specific example in a community in Montana. Researchers from the University of Montana, got a grant to go to this small rural community called Seeley lake.And I'll use that as an example cause these are colleagues of mine who did that study. They essentially, this community, Seeley lake was inundated with smoke for multiple weeks. There was so much smoke there that they were advised by local authorities that they should evacuate. And the majority of the community did not evacuate.So there was this natural experiment essentially set up. And my colleagues went in they started asking some questions. They started asking questions about reasons why they didn't evacuate. They started asking sort of biological questions. Like what was their current immune status? And then with the idea that they wanted to track the immune status of folks who were exposed in Seeley lake and folks who lived in that area but weren't exposed.So just outside of the Seeley lake valley in the path of the smoke, essentially to get a con controller as best control as they could. And what they're finding, doing repeated measures from right after they got exposed to now a couple of years out, they see that their immune response was dysregulated.And that for some. That dysregulation was persistent. So the military its effects, the negative effects of that smoke that they had on their lungs. Their ability for their lungs to respond appropriately was, was being mismanaged by their biological system. And that mismanagement continued. Even after you remove the smoke, the smoke was no longer in their valley.And a year later, it was almost as if you took a snapshot of their immune system. AF right after it had been exposed to smoke. And if you looked at that snapshot a year later and you compared it to what was actually in their lungs a year later, they still look the same, and that we wouldn't have necessarily expected that we would have expected the lung to be able to bounce back if you will.Right. And in this case, that does not appear to be the case now that study's ongoing. And we'll see if, into the future, these folks get some type of return to. [00:12:35] Russ: Wow. Yeah, that's crazy. I bet. I look, you know externally I pull out that the filters that you mentioned earlier, you know like I have a filter on my car.I just changed it. I don't know, about two months after dealing with the fires last year. It was black. You know, it was unrecognizable as, like an air filter. There was so much on there with the pandemic. We were sort of all introduced to our own little filters, the masks that we wear, either the N95 or a cloth maths.Do those actually help in this case with the [00:13:11] Luke: wildfires, that is a very important and frequently asked question. I guess not a complex answer, but it's one that has nuance. Right? So let's break it. Let's break these two masks apart and talk about what they're both good for. So when we're in the COVID pandemic, and we're being advised by our authorities or public health authorities that we need to be wearing a mask for the purposes of containing the spread of a virus, you need to be wearing at minimum a cloth mask, and there are all kinds of resources.The different layering techniques and why that works. And one of the common questions that I get is why does that mask work for a virus that is so, so small, and that is accurate. The actual virus on the individual virus particle is extremely strong, small, but it doesn't travel alone. It travels in groups, and it travels normally agglomerated or stuck to. You can think of them as essentially spit part of.And that's why that cloth mask that's why that cloth mask works. Now let's compare that to the N95 masks that you're going to be advised to wear during a wildfire smoke event. The N 95 mask gets its name because it scrubs out 95% of the airborne particles that are capable of traveling deep into the lungs.So, this is very different than just a cloth mask, which would probably scrub out less than 5% of those particles. It's it would do a pretty good job on the larger part. But you already have a system in place for scrubbing out those large particles, and that's your nose and your nose hair. And you know that from being in a dirty place for a while, you know, you go blow your nose, the tissues, all dirty, you know that your nose is doing a pretty good job at, at scrubbing out those large particles.So another small caveat to this, about those in 95. Is the folks who listen to this podcast won't may not know this, but I have a beard. And that's a very important feature to think about when you're talking about an in 95 in 95 need to be essentially fit tested. So you have to go to an industrial hygienist or another author.A person who checks the actual fitment of the mass, not just the size and shape of your face, but also the seal. And there's some training that's involved in that. And so, a guy like me with a beard will not ever get a satisfactory fitment of a mask. All of the particles just are able to go around the mask, through my beard, and then into my nose and mouth, providing me limited to no.Protection. So those are the two types of masks and what they're good for. It's a little bit of a nuanced answer, but it's really important for folks to know. [00:16:04] Russ: that. Yeah, yeah, no, I also have a beard, you know, maybe what we need to do is like have these like reverse goatees. So that just underneath the mask, [00:16:12] Luke: that would be, that would make a great cartoon, I think.[00:16:15] Russ: Yeah. Yeah, it would. Hey, we're going to take it a short break here. We've got more to talk about on this topic. We'll be right back.[00:17:15] Russ: Thanks for listening. And thanks for subscribing to learning more where each episode, we bring you a news story about people, inventions, pop culture, and life. I'm Russ.And this week, I'm talking to Luke Montrose. He's an assistant professor of community and environmental health at Boise state university and an environmental toxicologist telling us about the air that we breathe. So, okay. I went down to Los Angeles just a couple of weeks ago. And looking over this. There was definitely less smart.Now I was only there for a day, so I just saw it a little bit, but you know; usually I'm used to not being actually able to see the buildings when I drive through LA anyway, continue down the road. And then, all of a sudden, now I'm dealing with wildfire smoke for so long. We have been talking about clean air, and you know, the EPA X, long ago of trying to make our air better.Are the wildfires just kind of taking all of this progress that we've made? Away some [00:18:16] Luke: of the most recent projections that I've seen on wildfire smoke and its contribution to the overall amount of particulate matter that the United States is exposed to throughout the year, suggest that we're on track for wildfire smoke to reach 50% of our annual particulate matter.If, think of it like, wait, if it were all put on a scale, all other sources on one side. And wildfire, on the other, they would balance each other out. Now what's even more disturbing about that is these projections suggest that in some Western communities that wildfire smoke may make up as much as 70% of their annual.A weight of particulate matter. And this really gets at that idea that we talked about, where I said that different types of particulate matter impact our body in different ways. This is because you can think of particulate matter like a vehicle or a car that's carrying passengers. And in this case, those passengers are chemicals, and that chemical profile is different.Based on where the particulate matter was generated from. So wildfire smoke generated from a wildfire has a very different profile chemical profile on the outside of particles than does urban particularly, let's say, car exhaust. And what we're finding there was just a study recently published from a group in California that looked at some recent California wildfires and then looked at what.Rates of hospitalization, mortality, and some other aspects were it was a wildfire when there wasn't a wildfire, and they were able to model out essentially non-wildfire days, they were able to compare what, what are they, what are the health metrics when it's just urban particulate matter?And what are the health metrics when it's just wildfire? They found that wildfire smoke days produced more hospital visits and mortality. This is small, this was a relatively small study in just California. But this is troubling data when we think about this transition to more wildfire smoke by weight compared to all other particulate matter sources.And we see that wildfire smoke is particularly toxic. And then we look at what's been done so far and we, and we really. We know, we know a lot about urban particulate matter, but we really don't know that much about wildfire smoke. So I think that this is a timely thing to consider, and hopefully, we're able to put some more effort behind producing the types of data that we would need to make some of these conclusions.Wow, [00:20:46] Russ: just jeez. So, okay. Let's, let's go to this if I were to give you a magic one. And environmental toxicologist, what would you do? How would you help to address the issue of wildfire smoke? [00:21:04] Luke: So that's a great question. There's there would be a reactionary approach, which would be, well, we can't fix the wildfires or the smoke, but we could maybe help.And so these would be intervention and money for intervention and mitigation strategies and educational resources for all the people who are going to be exposed to smoke. But reactionary strategies are most often not as effective as you know, mitigation strategies that go toward them, of the cause.And in this case, there's an open debate on what that is, which makes answering your question problematic because you have one camp of people who say, you know, this could be climate change. Do you have one camp of people who say this is more about forest management or mismanagement over the last five or six decades?And then you have folks who say, you know, this is the way that we put out fires. Is actually causing this so fire management. And so it depends on which camp you're in as to which strategy we might, you know, proceed with. And I think what we need to do is come together and whether you're in any, either of those three camps, there's probably a solution that we could all agree on.If we take the, the buzzwords or the hot button issues. If, if, if climate change rubs you the wrong way, you know, let's talk about you know, let's talk about drought-related issues. I think we can all agree that we're in the middle of like a 20 year in some of our Western states, we're in a 20-year drought, whether you agree with, with the folks on whether that's due to climate change or global warming here, that's neither here nor there.If you're forest management if you're in that. Let's talk about the types of strategies that we could be used across the state borders so that everyone's on the same page that we should be implementing. And when it comes to fire management, let's talk about that. W when should we let fires burn, and when should we put them out?What are the, you know, the tools and the matrices that we need to use to address those types of issues? And then let's not forget about, you know, the community impacts of this. So when we're going to let these fires burn, what can we be doing to protect the downwind communities? It's going to be a comprehensive look at this question.That's going to result in a viable solution, and fighting between those three camps is not going to do anything. To help find resolve as [00:23:38] Russ: far as what we do in the meantime is to you know, limit, you said what dose duration and frequency try to stay out of this if, if we can, as much as possible, what other things can we do to kind of protect our own health?And let's say the health of our kids. [00:23:55] Luke: Yeah, this is very, very important. And what I tell colleagues, friends students. You, you should empower yourself. You should become a citizen scientist, and you should look for any resource you can to help bolster your knowledge on how you can lower your exposure to wildfire smoke.And I'll give you a few examples of how to do that. One is to have an HVAC professional come and service your air conditioner and furnace. And while they're out there, ask them. What is the highest level of filtration? So they measure filtration in what's called a Merv, and Merv stands for a minimum efficiency reporting value.So ask your HVAC personnel. What's the highest Merv rating filter I can put in my HVAC system. The next thing I would do is look into purchasing a HEPA air filter, a standalone air filtration unit. I would encourage you to think about where do you spend the most time in your house. If that's your living room and you're only going to buy one, put it in your living room.In my house, we have two; we have one in our living room and one in our bedroom. The next thing I would do is. Somewhere in this conversation, we were discussing whether or not indoor air quality is actually better than outdoor air quality. The best way to find that out is to measure it. And there are so many cool new, low-cost monitors on the market.Today, you can pick these things up for free. So $100, and there definitely aren't a regulatory monitor. They have the limitations, but for home use and for your own educational purposes, ask yourself, what's my air inside today. What's my air outside. What's the air like that at the gym. What is the air like at night?Place of business. Now, if you're using your one monitor to do all of those different tests, whether or not it perfectly matches with a regulatory unit that your department of environmental quality uses really doesn't matter all that much because you're comparing apples to apples, to apples, to apples.Right? And so, by doing that, you are empowering yourself to learn more about the air. And hopefully, that motivates you to think about some of those mitigation strategies that I mentioned. [00:26:11] Russ: buying one of these devices is one way of doing it, but there are also places online where people can go. [00:26:16] Luke: So another thing that people can do is follow along either on Twitter or Facebook or just on their internet webpage with your local department of environmental quality.Your state may have something like Idaho has, which is called the Idaho smoked blog, where they consolidate a lot of information on where fires are burning, where the smoke is going and what your local air quality is. If you don't have that in your community, you can go to the EPA resource.They have a smoke since act, and they also have an air now app, and both of these will tell you about your local community air. And then there's a lot of new sort of crowdsourced resources on the internet. For example, purple air is a fairly low-cost monitor that has such a robust network that it's now being adopted by a lot.Local authorities, you can go onto the purple air website, and you can view the purple air map, which will show you air quality from all around the world, including if there is a monitor in your neighborhood. [00:27:16] Russ: Awesome. And Luke was nice enough to provide links to some various places where you can go to get air monitors, a link over to purple air, and other resources.All of those links are in the description. Luke. Thank you so much for joining me today and helping us learn or about wildfires and our health. [00:27:37] Luke: Thank you so much. [00:27:38] Russ: All right, we continue the conversation next week. It's a three-part series. We're talking about climate change. Last week we talked how it's going to affect our finances.If you miss that show, definitely do go check that one out. And next week, you're going to want to hang in there for this one. We're going to learn about sea-level rise and all of these floods, all of these issues with water. Well, and in some places, lack of water, like here in California. That is next week.The best way to remember to listen to Learning More is to subscribe. And the best way to help us out is to share the show and also review the show wherever you can. Oh yeah. Also, check out our daily show. This is today. There's a link available for that in the podcast description. Thanks for listening.I'm Russ. And I'll talk to you next time. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Ask Away
Jesus Gets Lost ... sorta

Ask Away

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 13:41


In our story today, we dive into a time when Jesus was a kid! We don't have many Bible stories from Jesus' childhood, so it's fun to explore this one together. Also, Nam, age 7 asks a question about the Christmas story: Were they in a cave? You can send in a question any time, about any story by recording it and emailing askawaypodcast@gmail.com or finding us on Voxer: AskAwayPodcast.

Documenteers: The Documentary Podcast
Shorties #74 - Was Bull Island the Worst Music Festival of All Time?

Documenteers: The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 26:21


Bob and Angela continue their month of YouTuber Documentary shorties with one about a lesser know music festival disaster in 1972. It took some running around but Bob and Tom (not those assholes, different assholes) finally managed to hold a music festival on an Island known as "Bull Island" that is surrounded by the Wabash river. Unfortunately this island was not developed for anything, so when 250,000 people showed up shit went from bad to worse. Some structure burnings are justified. We discuss Bandsplaining's "Was Bull Island the Worst Music Festival of all Time?". Well...unlike Fyre, it actually happened. Sorta. Here it is: https://youtu.be/RwxcKLN_yrE --------------------------------- If you appreciate the show, give us some stars and a nice review on Apple Podcasts. Any 5 star written reviews will be read on the show! Link here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/documenteers-the-documentary-podcast/id1321652249 More places to subscribe and listen Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/documenteers Iheartradio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-documenteers-the-documenta-56951574/ Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/search/documenteers Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6o6PSNJFGXJeENgqtPY4h7?si=tZScclhYTpyjD4NGxdHyjQ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/documenteers TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Film--TV-News/Documenteers-The-Documentary-Podcast-p1101428/ Email us any recommendations or just say hi Email: documenteerspodcast@gmail.com Weak-ass social media game Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bdx-DgzA_j-/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CultureRotter Culture Rot Content Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/theculturerot YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9fIvG6ad-mYnJ_caqzExrA

Arroe Collins
Stream Thinking Ugly Shoes

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 4:01


August 9, 2021 Ugly pair of shoes. Oh Lord I have enough pair of ugly shoes. Each provide their fair share of comfort. I won't toss them! I'd never wear them to a social event. But man, I love the look of an ugly pair of shoes. Ripped, faded and bent out of shape shoes. I usually wear them while walking my dog. My belief? Why waste valuable shoe time on a daily walk through the forest? I just grab my ugly shoes and off we go! A person of homelessness would turn these shoes down. Paint stains, foot stink and absolutely no real shape except for being amazingly ugly. I love them! It's like a second skin. My inner hobo self doesn't care what others think. I find comfort in something that wraps around me. Is it something I picked up as a kid growing up in Montana? The mud in that state is thick and sticky. Taking care of the animals meant putting on a pair of shoes that didn't mind being destroyed by the planet. Out there with the rabbits, chickens and pet pigeons in a pair of ugly shoes. Sorta reminds me of our present place in history. We're all animals sitting inside an ongoing pandemic bathed with unpredictable lawmakers struggling business leaders and the average everyday person. I'm gonna wear my ugly ass shoes.

Arroe Collins
Stream Thinking Ugly Shoes

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 4:01


August 9, 2021 Ugly pair of shoes. Oh Lord I have enough pair of ugly shoes. Each provide their fair share of comfort. I won't toss them! I'd never wear them to a social event. But man, I love the look of an ugly pair of shoes. Ripped, faded and bent out of shape shoes. I usually wear them while walking my dog. My belief? Why waste valuable shoe time on a daily walk through the forest? I just grab my ugly shoes and off we go! A person of homelessness would turn these shoes down. Paint stains, foot stink and absolutely no real shape except for being amazingly ugly. I love them! It's like a second skin. My inner hobo self doesn't care what others think. I find comfort in something that wraps around me. Is it something I picked up as a kid growing up in Montana? The mud in that state is thick and sticky. Taking care of the animals meant putting on a pair of shoes that didn't mind being destroyed by the planet. Out there with the rabbits, chickens and pet pigeons in a pair of ugly shoes. Sorta reminds me of our present place in history. We're all animals sitting inside an ongoing pandemic bathed with unpredictable lawmakers struggling business leaders and the average everyday person. I'm gonna wear my ugly ass shoes.

Forge the Narrative - Warhammer 40k Podcast
FTN Episode 397 – Kinda Sorta A Grey Knight and Thousand Sons Preview

Forge the Narrative - Warhammer 40k Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2021 62:04


Hey all, the books didn’t make into our hands before time of recording so we’re bringing our thoughts and impressions from the stuff we do know from the articles and … Read More

The Nathan Ivey Show
Black Man Sucker Punched By Police Officer, SORTA Board Member Talks CPS Bussing Issue

The Nathan Ivey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 128:30


The Baseball Prospectus Podcast Network
Flags Fly Forever, Episode 270: Trade Deadline 2021 (Sorta) AKA The One About Joey Gallo

The Baseball Prospectus Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 68:22


The whole crew is back this week, and what a big week to be back. With just under 48 hours until the deadline at recording time Mike, Jon, and Samuel discuss what's happened so far. That mainly starts with Samuel sadboi'ing over the Joey Gallo trade that broke earlier in the day, which derails the show for a good fifteen minutes. The wheels get back on though, with more trade analysis including a big breakdown on Starling Marte for Jesus Luzardo. Enjoy this before the GMs get too bloodthirsty and blow the whole league up!Got a content idea for the show? Shoot us an email at flagsflyforever@baseballprospectus.com or a message at our Twitter feed @FlagsFlyBP.Flags Fly Forever is a Baseball Prospectus podcast. For more fantasy baseball information, visit baseballprospectus.com and click on "Fantasy" or visit our Twitter feed @baseballpro. You can find Flags Fly Forever on Twitter @FlagsFlyBP. The hosts of Flags Fly Forever are Mike Gianella(@mikegianella) and Jon Hegglund(@JonHegglund). The executive producer of Flags Fly Forever is Samuel Hale(@thesamuelhale).

Subversive Undercroft
#206 The Sorta-Kinda Scriptures

Subversive Undercroft

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 26:15


We continue our look at what the catechism says about the bible by looking at the Apocrypha, plus an extra special Stump the Priest.   Notes Episcopal Dictionary https://episcopalchurch.org/library/glossary/all BCP Online https://www.bcponline.org Visit us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/subversiveundercroft   Music Be Thou My Vision, Jaimie Jorge Stump the Priest Theme, Kristin Burkholder Shofar Prayer, Yamma Ensemble  

Flags Fly Forever Fantasy Baseball
Episode 270: Trade Deadline 2021 (Sorta) AKA The One About Joey Gallo

Flags Fly Forever Fantasy Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 68:22


The whole crew is back this week, and what a big week to be back. With just under 48 hours until the deadline at recording time Mike, Jon, and Samuel discuss what's happened so far. That mainly starts with Samuel sadboi'ing over the Joey Gallo trade that broke earlier in the day, which derails the show for a good fifteen minutes. The wheels get back on though, with more trade analysis including a big breakdown on Starling Marte for Jesus Luzardo. Enjoy this before the GMs get too bloodthirsty and blow the whole league up!Got a content idea for the show? Shoot us an email at flagsflyforever@baseballprospectus.com or a message at our Twitter feed @FlagsFlyBP.Flags Fly Forever is a Baseball Prospectus podcast. For more fantasy baseball information, visit baseballprospectus.com and click on "Fantasy" or visit our Twitter feed @baseballpro. You can find Flags Fly Forever on Twitter @FlagsFlyBP. The hosts of Flags Fly Forever are Mike Gianella(@mikegianella) and Jon Hegglund(@JonHegglund). The executive producer of Flags Fly Forever is Samuel Hale(@thesamuelhale).

Chicken Bone Alley
Episode76: The One About The Olympics....Kinda....Sorta....

Chicken Bone Alley

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 103:00


Sterling, David and Melissa recap all the racing action from the past week. Sterling gives us an Olympic update... kinda. It was a fun show! Y'all check it out!

Toy Power Podcast
#231: SDCC 2021 - sorta

Toy Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 76:32


Today on The Toy Power Podcast, the lads are forced to stay at home - which is ironic cause so are all our fave companies instead of being at SDCC! But that doesn't stop us, or the bevy of new toy goodness that we can chat about! There's arm biting Dinos, a slew of new Gi Joes, the BIGGEST Marvel Legends of all time, new-but-also-old Clone Wars, The Main Man and two of the best uses of packaging you've ever seen. Of course there's more MOTU reveals, HotWheels, McFarlane (aka: The A-Train of toy makers) and NECA - are they fast approaching a TMNT cliff? How many Shredders is a bridge too far for our own Shredder-fan Ben? Do you jsut make a Con by slapping CON at the end of your name? Shoutout to our fave tv-toy guys in Jay and Rob with some exciting news!  Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Iron Sysadmin Podcast
Episode 105 - Printing with PaperCut

Iron Sysadmin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 128:47


Welcome to Episode 105 Main Topic Josh with papercut Who is Josh?  Josh's blog about AR and VR and the future: https://www.papercut.com/blog/vr-and-ar-the-paperless-office-of-the-future/  Tell us about PaperCut, who is PaperCut? What does PaperCut sell? And the Papercut application What is it? Why would I run it?  What platforms does it run on?  Does papercut do anything to improve printer security? Does it have any cool integrations? PaperCut NG - https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/#commercial MF (The Samuel L. Jackson edition) https://www.papercut.com/products/mf/ Pocket - https://www.papercut.com/products/papercut-pocket/ Hive - https://www.papercut.com/products/papercut-hive/  Mobility Print - https://www.papercut.com/products/free-software/mobility-print/   Announcements Patreon Update Jérémy Arinomi Andrew Tatro Bruce Robert Matt David S0l3mn Trooper_Ish  LinuXsys666 gimpyb  Mark DeMentor Jon Marc Julius  Andi J  Charles 22532 Get your Iron Sysadmin Merch at Teespring! https://teespring.com/stores/ironsysadmin  Reviews Nothing New Chat [unclemarc] Bought an Apple watch! Leasing an Atlas - which I can control with my phone. Sorta. [nate] Hex Lamp!  3d printing figurines. News https://isc.sans.edu/diary/rss/27660  https://www.techradar.com/news/microsoft-edge-is-finally-killing-off-one-of-the-worst-things-about-being-online https://www.tomshardware.com/news/microsoft-released-cbl-mariner-linux-distro https://nextcloud.com/blog/nextcloud-talk-introduces-voice-messages-location-sharing-outlook-integration-and-more/ https://www.techspot.com/news/90459-disable-windows-print-spooler-or-you-could-hacked.html Watch us live on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month! Subscribe and hit the bell! https://www.youtube.com/IronSysadminPodcast  OR https://twitch.tv/IronSysadminPodcast   Discord Community: https://discord.gg/wmxvQ4c2H6  Find us on Twitter, and Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/ironsysadmin https://www.twitter.com/ironsysadmin Subscribe wherever you find podcasts! And don't forget about our patreon! https://patreon.com/ironsysadmin   Intro and Outro music credit: Tri Tachyon, Digital MK 2http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Tri-Tachyon/ 

Space Javelin
SJ237: Too much fake, some really real, two guests (sorta), shenanigans, Mike makes the news, & more

Space Javelin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 64:05


We've got some extra Michelle stories, cadets along with Alan Perry's return. We've got a banged-up shuttlecraft but no injuries, just a butt-load of great stories -- some heartwarming, some fake, some dumb! Pick out your Lamborghinis now, cadets! https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/15/reluctant-apple-watch-wearer-conversion-part-two-stranded-800-miles-from-home https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/16/apple-donates-to-flood-relief-efforts-in-western-europe https://www.theverge.com/2021/7/13/22575705/instagram-security-checkup-accounts-hacked https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/16/apple-reportedly-removes-fakespot-from-app-store-at-amazons-request http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/iphoneincanada/~3/x-57LJVSd1U/ https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/16/us-customs-seizing-record-numbers-of-fake-airpods https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/14/court-rules-memoji-trademark-holder-created-app-just-to-sue-apple https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/14/latest-ios-15-ipados-15-watchos-8-betas-enable-software-updates-with-minimal-storage https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/14/apple-walks-back-macos-monterey-tab-changes-refines-search-in-ios https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/14/apple-supplier-launches-non-invasive-glucose-monitor-health-sensor-tech https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/15/elago-debuts-new-siri-remote-case-with-airtag-holder https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/16/app-store-classics-altos-odyssey-angry-birds-reloaded-doodle-god-universe-now-on-apple-arcade https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/14/apple-music-promo-nets-us-military-and-veterans-4-months-of-free-service https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/15/casetify-announces-new-disney-princess-line-of-iphone-cases-apple-watch-bands https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/13/apple-earns-35-emmy-nominations-20-for-ted-lasso https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/16/apple-tv-review-apple-gets-musical-with-often-delightful-schmigadoon https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/14/att-to-stop-slowing-down-customers-on-its-unlimited-elite-data-plan https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/14/microsoft-announces-apple-silicon-compatible-browser-based-windows-365 https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2021/07/no-open-source-audacity-audio-editor-is-not-spyware/ https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/04/open-source-audacity-deemed-spyware-over-data-collection-changes https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/09/ireland-plays-defense-as-overhaul-to-global-corporate-tax-rate-looms https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/09/lockdown-thriller-charon-shot-entirely-on-iphone-8-plus https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/07/nomad-launches-leather-cover-for-apple-magsafe-charging-puck https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/09/airtag-used-by-boston-police-to-recover-stolen-bike https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/05/apple-watch-saves-woman-from-widow-maker-artery-heart-attack https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/15/iphone-flash-helps-georgia-mom-identify-rare-form-of-cancer-in-her-son

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees
A kinda, sorta preview of the Red Sox-Yankees series

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 27:32


On today's episode of Locked On Yankees, Stacey tries to preview the Red Sox-Yankees series but is thwarted by the Yankees. There were no starters listed for Friday, Saturday, or Sunday so instead Stacey previews Thursday's pitching matchup, wonders why the Yankees are starting the "second half" with Domingo German on the mound, gives you injury updates, looks back at this date in Yankees history and more! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Fully Loaded Chew Fully Loaded Chew is offering LOCKED ON “TEAM” listeners a special offer – Right now you can try a can for just $1. Go to www.fullyloadedchew.com and use promo code: “LockedOn” Freshly Right now, Freshly is offering our listeners $40 off your first two orders when you go to Freshly.com/LockedOn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Marc & Kim Show
Thursday, July 15, 2021 - Eli Clears Up His Oven Mitt Fire... Sorta

The Marc & Kim Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 80:12


Kim has thoughts...and questions...about Candace Parker being on the cover of NBA 2K22, Joe Exotic's sentence has been erased, and New To The Show Alex O demonstrates his knowledge of banana purchases.

Cranky Talk
Cranky Talk: A Cranky European Reopening

Cranky Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 12:47


Europe is reopening! Sorta...Brett goes over the latest European restrictions across the continent and Dave stresses about his recently booked trip!    Thanks to our sponsor BetterHelp! Right now, BetterHelp is giving Cranky Talk listeners 10% off their first month! Just go to betterhelp.com/cranky and you can be up and running with a therapist within 48 hours.  

TALKESHI
Internet Friends Are NOT Your Friends (Sorta) - TALKESHI #37

TALKESHI

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 24:13


FINALLY— here's a classic type of episode where I sit down to talk my sh*t; let's discuss why I left Tw*tter, elitist hiveminds, and blindly hating on cringy unproblematic things. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The State of Us
Restaurants Roar Back (Sorta) - People Can't Find Used Cars

The State of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 38:51


As post-pandemic life becomes a reality, restaurants are set to boom back - but the experience might be different. Justin and Lance discuss the shortage of used cars in America and how restaurants are changing. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, restaurants, food, cars, used cars, pre-owned, ordering, menus, digital, eatery, app, bill, waiter, waitress, jobs, economy, family, time

Big Mad Morning Show
BMMS 6-30-21

Big Mad Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 142:08


HUMP DAAAYYYYY!!!!! Why Doe People Choose Polyamory, I Am My Own Grandpa....Sorta, A Peeping Tom Gets Shot, What Makes A Happy Couple, Danny Trejo Is A Stud That Doesn't Say No, Who Could've Been In Pulp Fiction, Top 5 Songs, Actors Who Were Replaced Mid Shoot, & Justin Gorski Stops By To Talk Drillers!!!!