Here's the Supporter Q&A from December 2nd, 2021. All comments and questions are fielded through the support service Q&A page. Please consider supporting this channel via monthly services, tips, or even just by using our affiliate links to purchase things you were already going to buy anyway, at no extra cost to you: https://www.retrorgb.com/support.html View this as a video: https://www.youtube.com/retrorgb Amazon Links to products I use: https://www.amazon.com/shop/retrorgb T-Shirts & Stuff: https://www.retrorgb.com/store.html TIMESTAMPS (please assume all links are affiliate links): 00:00 Welcome 00:17 FXPak Pro Lost Saves 04:04 JP Saturn in US 06:47 Dolby Pro Logic Clarifications: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dolby_Pro_Logic 09:06 HDMI Chipsets: https://www.hdmi.org/spec/index 10:22 Any known issues with PS1 games via PS2 YPbPr? 12:18 CRT Emudriver & GroovyMAME for CRT use 14:06 Ko-Fi Questions: https://ko-fi.com/retrorgb 14:57 Trinitron / Flat-glass CRT 17:51 GameCube S-Video: https://www.retrorgb.com/n64.html / HDMI Solution + Brace: https://www.retrorgb.com/gcvideo-support-brace.html / HDMI to Component Converter: https://retrorgb.link/cheapdac 22:10 Game Gear Screen Mods: https://www.youtube.com/c/MachoNachoProductions 23:25 HD Fury & Alternatives: https://youtu.be/gYvJPzWMgA8 / https://www.retrorgb.com/hdmi-splitter-downscalers-reviewed.html 26:15 GBC game not able to create a new save file - battery?: https://youtu.be/nC79VHZR2ns 28:29 Dreamcast darker in 480p mode? 30:56 Behar Bros consolized MVS 33:00 Mixing SCART sync types (no problem!): https://youtu.be/RSn7J6H_m7A 37:18 Comp2RGB vs native RGB 39:48 Photographing displays / wiki stuff 45:13 Splitting 480p to a VGA monitor and VHS recorder 50:39 RGB to YC through an SVHS player? Light guns?: https://www.retrorgb.com/will-light-guns-work-after-converting-rgb-to-s-video.html 52:46 TINK M stock / Menacer repair 55:34 Getting started with a projector / selling CRT's / difference between a desoldering gun and hot air rework station --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/retrorgb/support
Don't have time to do long runs? Can you split your long run into two sessions? What options do you have if time is a factor and you need to get your ;one runs in? Sport Scientist Shona Hendricks explains how you can overcome this obstacle. Read More · CoachParry.com/PB · CoachParry.com/ASK
The holidays are here! It's the time of year we usually spend the most time with family, but that doesn't always mean it's easy. Whether you're in a new relationship or have been married for years, navigating the holidays can be tough. This episode is all about how to survive the holidays with some of our best tips and tricks! Join us in the Love Shack for a candid conversation this week. Splitting time between families, setting boundaries, and interacting with family members you have differing views from can be hard. We know that being with family can bring up those old wounds from childhood or past relationships, so this episode is all about how it's ok to not follow the rules and why you don't need anyone's approval to have a happy holiday season. In this episode, we're covering several key topics about how to survive this holiday season as a couple, including: How to manage money stress as a couple? Navigating family time with both sides of the family. Being solo during the holidays. Setting boundaries with in-laws or other relatives. How to deal with difficult family relationships. So grab a beverage (or two!) and join us as we help you take a bit of the stress out of the holiday season. Have questions about love and relationships? Leave a message for us here: stacibartley.com/message Important Links: New Free Masterclass: The Simple 3-Step System My Clients Use To Rescue Their Struggling Relationships. Sign up here: stacibartley.com/workshop Want to learn how to stop a fight in 20-seconds or less? Get the cheat sheet here. https://stacibartley.com/stopfight Miss our past episodes? Check them all out here: https://stacibartley.com/podcast Relationship Check-up - tired of re-hashing your issues with your partner without making progress? Schedule your check-up today! https://stacibartley.com/checkup/
"When you move to a foreign country, you do feel lonely sometimes. Trading texts, emails, and Facebook messages sometimes isn't enough." - Greg Gordon Thinking of moving to Costa Rica to live the pura vida lifestyle? Today's guest, Greg Gordon, is an expert in expat living. He's been living in Costa Rica since the 1990's as the founder of the country's first online surf report, CRSurf.com. In Episode 135 of Badass Digital Nomads, Greg and Kristin discuss how Costa Rica has changed over the years. They both witnessed the tourism and real estate boom firsthand. Greg shares how he taught himself to blog and code during the early internet days. He then offers tips on how to grow an online business with no experience, achieve work-life balance, and run his company from anywhere. Kristin and Greg also share their favorite places to visit in Costa Rica and explain how to stay safe and avoid common scams. Even though Costa Rica has a higher-than-average crime rate and cost of living, it's still a magical place to live or travel (if you know what you're doing). Tune in now to learn some of Costa Rica's best-kept tips secrets from two of its most experienced expats! "If you want to make a million dollars in Costa Rica, bring two million dollars." - Unknown EPISODE 135 TOPICS DISCUSSED: How Greg ended up living abroad in Costa Rica and how he taught himself Spanish. The reality of living in Costa Rica (pros and cons). Overcoming loneliness while living abroad. Crime, cost of living, and infrastructure in Costa Rica. Tips to stay safe and avoid getting your stuff stolen. Greg's various income streams as an expat over the years. Burning out in corporate America then moving to Costa Rica. Meeting your significant other abroad. Finding work-life balance as an expat or retiree versus making a lot of money. Living a vacation lifestyle with a low budget. Splitting your time 50/50 between the USA and foreign countries. Driving from California through Mexico to Costa Rica. Buying or shipping your car to Costa Rica. Crossing borders and dealing with police in Central America. Greg and Kristin's favorite Costa Rican foods and restaurants. QUESTIONS ANSWERED: How has Costa Rica changed since the 1990s? Was there less crime before the tourism boom? Is it dangerous to drive from San Diego through Mexico and Central America? How did you learn SEO by yourself? How did you teach yourself how to build a website with no experience? How do you avoid theft in Costa Rica? Do you own a house or rent your house in Dominical? What is your favorite surf spot in Costa Rica besides Dominical? What underrated destinations do you recommend in Costa Rica? Costa Rica Lightning Round RESOURCES Join the waiting list for Kristin's relocation coaching program, Ready To Relocate. Videos: 8 Reasons Why People LEAVE Costa Rica [Why I Left] Articles: 10 Ways Not to Get Your Stuff Stolen on a Surf Trip Podcasts: Shark Attacks, Surf Photography, and World Travel with Surfing Magazine's Jimmy Wilson The Dark Side of Costa Rica - Why Expats Leave How to Move From England to Costa Rica + UK and Europe Lockdowns Eco-Friendly Travel: How to Travel Sustainably Surfing: Surfline CR Surf Places to Visit and Surf in Costa Rica: Dominical Nosara Pavones Osa Peninsula Pan Dulce Isla Uvita Nauyaca Waterfalls San Isidro del General Best Restaurants in Costa Rica: Bar Jolly Roger Taj Mahal Escazu Lubnan San Jose Jaco Walk Caliche's Wishbone Fuego Brewery Trits Ice Cream Sandwiches by Dos Pinos Connect with Greg Gordon & CR Surf: Learn more about CR Surf Follow CR Surf on Instagram Connect with Greg on Facebook ........................................................................................... 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In this episode we travel with Neil to meet the man who split the atom!Ernest Rutherford's father said to his children, ‘without money we have to think' – and think Ernest did. Ernest's brain took him from his childhood home in rural New Zealand to a scientific career that spanned right around the world. In Manchester he assembled a brilliant and diverse team of fantastic minds. He built one of the largest and best equipped laboratories ever seen in the world and with his team set about exploring the infinitely complex universe within the atom. Ernest Rutherford, the father of nuclear physicsTo help support this podcast sign up to Neil Oliver on Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/neiloliverNew Videos Every Week Instagram account – Neil Oliver Love Letter https://www.instagram.com/neiloliverloveletter/?hl=en Neil Oliver YouTube Channelhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnVR-SdKxQeTvXtUSPFCL7g See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Individuals who are married to high level narcissists are enduring dreadful stress that is affecting their psychological and physical immune systems. Our immune systems are designed to keep us health and strong on every level. Married to a high level narcissist you are in a constant state of duress, the fight or flight zone, the sympathetic nervous system. Hypervigilant and edgy, you endure the vituperative rage, humiliations, sarcasm, threats, betrayals, deceits and demands of these impossible individuals. The high level narcissist is protected by invulnerable defense mechanisms that protect them from the true reality and cause tremendous stress and anxiety to their spouses and partners: Denial, Projection, Splitting, Repression. Instead of placing so much of your attention to the demands and needs of the high level narcissist, tune into yourself and put emphasis on self observation, research and self care. Appreciate yourself as an individual who is entitled to be authentically yourself, to express your emotions, to activate your creativity, to rest, practice a form mindfulness that works for you, nourishment that is pure, movement and exercise that is best for you. As you distance yourself from the high level narcissist, you rediscover the beauty, strength, perseverance, clear discernment, spiritual awareness of your true self. https://tinyurl.com/y39j2uke www.mhnrnetwork.com https://www.mentalhealthnewsradionetwork.com/ https://tinyurl.com/y3ss5clg
Over the past few weeks, both General Electric and Johnson & Johnson have announced that they are breaking up their existing businesses into new companies. Why is this happening now and what does it say about the existence of old-world conglomerates in the modern market? In this episode, we also discuss: Opendoor's earnings and what it said about the future of iBuying. Airbnb's phenomenal quarter. And two companies we're researching at the minute — Sweetgreen and Alarm.com. Get your early Black Friday deals of $30 off a MyWallSt subscription (https://bit.ly/30Ht6NP) or $150 off a Horizon subscription (https://bit.ly/3Dx7SAM) now! MyWallSt operates a full disclosure policy. MyWallSt staff may hold long positions in some of the companies mentioned in this podcast.
On this episode, you'll hear my interview with Stephanie Carinia, a trauma and personality specialist based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Stephanie is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Mentalization-Based Therapy (MBT) and Schema-Focused Therapy (SFT). We cover a lot of ground on this episode, including: ■ A therapist view of working with patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD / EUPD)■ BPD rage and how it impacts / feels for pwBPD as well as partners and loved ones■ Navigating and overcoming paranoid thoughts■ Splitting behaviors and fear of rejection (how we split on ourselves as well as our loved ones)■ How BPD impacts intimate relationships (how to create a healthier dynamic and heal)■ “Destigmatizing manipulation” (everyone does it, not just people with BPD)■ How generational trauma and abuse is passed on and how we can break the cycle■ How many of us think we are “empaths” but are often out of touch with true empathy (mentalization)■ The soul-crushing damage of approval-seeking behaviors and fear of abandonment (“do you love me?)■ Understanding emotionally immature parenting behaviors (and how to set boundaries)■ Advice for those newly diagnosed with BPD■ “The Alien Self” (how most individuals with personality disorders grow up without developing a strong sense of self and shifting identity)■ Understanding the inner critical parent and self-loathing■ The role gaslighting plays in childhood trauma (and how to recognize it)■ Learning to trust our intuition and connecting with our sense of agency (developing an “inner safe space”) ■ Ego fear and perfectionistic parenting (how to tell the difference between an “ego reaction” vs. authentic emotion)■ How becoming comfortable with making mistakes and embracing our humanity is essential to recovery from childhood trauma■ How to emotionally validate children in a healthy way (the importance of emotional maturity)■ What are “emotional injuries” and what do they look like? CONNECT WITH STEPHANIE:Website: https://www.psychologiststephanie.com/Instagram: @psychologiststephanieStephanie's new relationship-based IG page: @psychologiststeph OTHER MENTIONED RESOURCES:Instagram: Seerut Chawla MBACP (Psychotherapist)Instagram: Barlas Günay (Psychologist) SUPPORT THE PODCAST:https://www.patreon.com/backfromtheborderline click here to access an international list of suicide crisis lines See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Reporter Tracey Shelton spent years as a correspondent giving a voice to people in war zones who'd experienced trauma. When she returned to Australia, she was surprised to find people here suffering similar symptoms, so she set out to investigate the cause.
This week we discuss holiday time. Splitting time between in-laws and family and how to navigate. Plug up and enjoy! Make sure you check out our full length episodes at www.theignantagenda.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TheIgnantAgenda and follow the guys on social media. Pick up some Mally Juice while you're at it, shout out to @MallyJuice (on Instagram). Our YouTube Channel is up www.youtube.com/channel/UCmMLh6aE…iew_as=subscriber @Waymoflydenuu (Twitter) @Waymoflydenu (Instagram) @LilDirT88 (Twitter) @Jrdirt_88 (Instagram) The Ignant Agenda Merchandise is now available at www.theignantagenda.com/shop
Tim and Dawn take this time to talk about some of the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary celebratory foods! Consider supporting ResortLoop.com! You can find our Patreon here! Thank you for downloading and listening to ResortLoop.com - The Gateway to the Magic! Leave us a voicemail at (414) WDW-LOOP! Splitting a stay?! Please stand clear of the doors! To receive your free vacation quote visit us at Resort Loop Travel! Help support our friends at The NASCAR Foundation! To help support the show, visit ResortLoop.com/support! Check out our LooperGear at TeePublic! Thank you for downloading Episode 818 of ResortLoop.com!
In today's episode, our guest is Simone Knego, author of the best-selling book, The Extraordinary UnOrdinary You, a wife and mother to six children, and an entrepreneur. She details her trial by adopting three of her six daughters, her climb on Mount Kilimanjaro, and all those amusing, frightening, and inspirational tales that have come along the way in her latest best-selling novel, The Extraordinary UnOrdinary You. Simone holds both the Accounting Bachelor and the University of Florida Master of Accounting and is also a CPA member. [5:19] Learnings from Marriage You can choose to give up or not. There are moments that everybody fights and disagrees, but you cherish the moment you have with them. The most important part of marriage is the commitment to each other—as a family. [6:40] Splitting time to be successful For a long time, I struggled to get through things. But what I realized is that prioritization makes a difference. And the things that you don't finish today, they'll still be there tomorrow. [7:34] Developing Yourself I struggled for a long-time, seeing value in myself looking at what I was doing. Raising good humans is one of the most important things we can do. I didn't see it like that. I saw it as if I'm not making a difference at all. [10:22] Choices in Life I used to talk about myself negatively. I have a choice to be happy or miserable. I changed how I talk to myself and the things I say to others about myself. I define success as happiness—it's a choice. [12:52] Experience from adopting kids I focus on not allowing her kids to be “an island.” You need to have open conversations with them about the world around us and let it and ask them to talk about how they feel and experiences they had and find you know their self-esteem being proud of who they are. Ensure that we had this conversation about seeing color—because that's part of who you are. [17:16] Sharing thoughts with kids Get them out there to talk about everything that you need to talk about. It is important to share stories because you can change someone's mind. You can change the world; you can genuinely and positively impact the people around you. [18:57] Triumph as a parent Being friendly and with empathy, our family is built on these aspects. We are all human. It's just the most important thing for me, and I want my children to be decent people and be raised as good people. Key Quotes [8:10 - 8:14] “The little things you do every day are to inspire other people.” [10:28 - 10:31] “I have a choice to be happy, or I have a choice to make myself miserable.” [16:08 - 16:12] “Seeing the world as a big place and wanting to venture out into the world to see more.” Connect with Simone Knego: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/simone-knego-7965701a3 Website: https://simoneknego.com
No Strings Attached is a relationship podcast, where we talk about relationship issues and the culture. We allow everyone who comes on the panel to express themselves in their most organic state. This week we discuss splitting the check on a date. Also the rules/issues with sneaky leaks. Plus is Darius McCray(Eddie Winslow) dating Sidney Starr? #SplittingTheCheck #SneakyLinks #NoStringsAttached Live YouTube show every Wednesday night 8:35 central www.youtube.com/channel/UC7nBnx3S6SdGL1H6CMbI6rg Follow us Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_nostrings/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/_NoStrings Email the show email@example.com
Prof. Michel Wieviorka, from the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences in Paris, and France 24 journalist, Shirli Sitbon join host Simon Spungin to discuss the rise and rise of Éric Zemmour – the leading noncandidate who is already disrupting next year's French presidential election with his hashtag provocations, his anti-immigrant rhetoric, and his outrageous rewriting of French history. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BE WARNED: It's LuAnna, and this podcast contains honest, upfront opinions, rants, bants and general explicit content. But you know you love it! It's time to get TOTALLY EXTRA. Extra chat, extra rants, extra bants, extra stories, nonsense and more.On this week's Totally Extra: when your partner signs you up for the PTFA because he's "too busy", gifting used underwear, the splitting the bill debate, a family friendly joke, getting your kicks on online chatrooms and landing your foot in a punnet of butter.Remember, if you want to get in touch you can:Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org OR drop us a WhatsApp on 07745 266947
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A mostly solo Matt discusses the offensive and defensive success at SIU along with what needs to be cleaned up and then previews the Marker Game. Thank you Drakes Place and Cottonwood Coffee. PSA: Wear BLUE not yellow Saturday. YSU Recap- 2:00 Game Balls- 24:00 ndsu Preview- 26:30 Horns Down- Always
Splitting nitrogen in a corn crop can increase profitability and benefit the environment, but to be successful on both counts growers need to keep a sharp eye on the weather. That’s the conclusion drawn by University of Guelph researchers Tasmia Kabir, Aaron Delaporte, Joshua Nasielski, and Alfons Weersink after looking at 19 years of weather data... Read More
On this episode of ResortLoop.com, The DVC Roundtable answers listener Madi's DVC questions! We share great information for anyone planning a Walt Disney World vacation! Consider supporting ResortLoop.com! You can find our Patreon here! Thank you for downloading and listening to ResortLoop.com - The Gateway to the Magic! Leave us a voicemail at (414) WDW-LOOP! Splitting a stay?! Please stand clear of the doors! To receive your free vacation quote visit us at Resort Loop Travel! Help support our friends at The NASCAR Foundation! To help support the show, visit ResortLoop.com/support! Check out our LooperGear at TeePublic! Thank you for downloading Episode 818 of ResortLoop.com!
Our guest this week is tax expert Russell Fox on to talk about what gamblers can do before the end of the year to help with their taxes. We welcome your questions - send them to us at email@example.com, or you can find me at @RWM21 on Twitter or https://www.facebook.com/GamblingWithAnEdge. Show Notes [00:00] Introduction of Russell Fox, tax expert from Clayton Tax [01:02] What's going to be in the next tax law? [02:09] Has the pandemic affected Russell's professional life? [03:02] Do Canadian poker players owe income tax? [05:14] Can YouTubers deduct gambling losses in excess of winnings? [06:30] Have the tax implications on DFS changed? [12:27] Taxation of credit card rewards redemption [12:51] Process of reporting winning for a recreational advantage player [18:06] How is travel time handled if IRS questions full-time gambler status? [18:52] Lost or misplaced W2Gs [20:58] Is it better to file as a professional gambler if you're a slot AP with many W2Gs? [22:29] What are the acceptable ways for an amateur to define a sports betting session? [24:31] Tax on futures bet, rule of constructive receipt [25:11] Should a bettor clear balances from all sports betting apps every year [25:34] Tax treatment of free bets [30:52] South Point Casino October Promotions - $500k+ Monster Money casino-wide progressives, Prime Time Mondays for people 55 and older [32:19] http://BlackjackApprenticeship.com - card counting training website and community with many betting, tracking, and analytical tools [32:52] http://VideoPoker.com/gwae - Gold Membership offers correction on most games, free Pro Membership trial for GWAE listeners [33:56] Is a casino win/loss statement from a casino sufficient for tax purposes? [35:51] Beard accounts in sports betting [39:53] Splitting a sports bet [41:16] At what point does it make sense to file as a professional gambler? [43:26] Audit risk for professional gamblers [46:05] Tax professionals who specialize in gambling [48:01] TurboTax [48:35] Costs to file as a professional gambler [51:44] Changes to cryptocurrency laws [54:41] How to contact Russell Fox [55:25] Recommended: Maid on Netflix, A Most Clever Girl by Stephanie Marie Thorton, Circus Circus steakhouse Sponsored Links: http://SouthPointCasino.com http://BlackjackApprenticeship.com http://VideoPoker.com/gwae Guest Links: http://Claytontax.com http://Twitter.com/russcfox Recommended: Maid on Netflix http://Netflix.com/title/81166770 A Most Clever Girl by Stephanie Marie Thorton https://amzn.to/3CmJgtQ http://Circuscircus.com/restaurants-1/the-steak-house/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ethan Parker is the Head of Sales at Altisales. In this episode, Ethan Parker and Jason Bay go behind the scenes to talk about what they're working on right now. They reflect on their week, share important lessons from work they're doing with clients, and talk about what they're learning in Outbound Squad. Connect with Ethan on LinkedIn here and Altisales here. Resources mentioned in the episode: Show Notes Page Here are three more ways to get help with your prospecting: Our best bite-sized content. Want my best LinkedIn posts, podcasts, and webinars? Stuff you can implement in 10-15 minutes or less? Look no further. Outbound Squad. A program for reps who crave accountability, structure, and results over theory. If you hate hitting plateaus in your sales career, check it out. Accelerator. Give your team hands-on training and coaching to overcome call reluctance, build meaningful relationships with prospects, and land more meetings through their cold outreach.
Splitting up where children are involved is tricky. Especially when it ends up in the family courts. It's even more tricky when a child decides they don't want a relationship with one of the parents. Over the last two decades a controversial psychological concept has emerged to describe a situation where children - for no apparent reason - decide they don't want to see one parent. It's called parental alienation. Women's rights organisations argue parental alienation is used to gaslight abused women. Fathers' rights organisations claim that some mothers make up allegations of abuse to prevent them from seeing their children. And children are caught in the middle. Sonia Sodha explores the polarizing concept of “parental alienation” and asks how a contested psychological theory has evolved into an increasingly common allegation in the UK family courts. Producer: Gemma Newby
Here's the Supporter Q&A from October 21st, 2021. All comments and questions are fielded through the support service Q&A page. Please consider supporting this channel via monthly services, tips, or even just by using our affiliate links to purchase things you were already going to buy anyway, at no extra cost to you: https://www.retrorgb.com/support.html View this as a video: https://www.youtube.com/retrorgb Amazon Links to products I use: https://www.amazon.com/shop/retrorgb T-Shirts & Stuff: https://www.retrorgb.com/store.html TIMESTAMPS (please assume all links are affiliate links): 00:00 Welcome 00:10 Preserving modern roms 04:15 Splitting a retro game signal to a CRT + Flat-panel 08:26 Speaker wire / 2600 Flashback / PSP Consolizer 13:04 https://www.retrorgb.com/zez-retro-interviews-steve-from-retro-tech.html 13:12 Patreon Tiers 17:43 Extron 201RXi Power SUpply Issues 21:11 PCE Composite LUT: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/k85u8w1j22ynkbv/AACA35Q0i0mCio3AjHLGRbQ0a?dl=0 22:37 PC OS Tweaking to speed up games/emulation 27:43 Magnavox Odyssey 1 cables and connections 30:10 56k modem simulators??? 31:33 RGB Mod Atari 2600 with a SNES multi-out 35:31 Force 4:3 mode on displays that don't support it --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/retrorgb/support
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For Round 2 of the Red Pill Buffet, Big Country and Boia from WBC hop on to talk everything from stupid social media to the current paradigm split happening all around us. Check these guys out on Rokfin and wherever you listen to podcasts. Always a great time with solid dudes. Thanks for listening! Legit Bat Plus content: http://www.Patreon.com/legitbatpodcasts Video channel: http://www.Rokfin.com/legitbat Merch: http://www.Legitbat.com Socials: http://www.instagram.com/legitbatpodcasts http://www.facebook.com/legitbatpods
One Piece chapter 1026, I'll be damned I almost cried on the mic. EMPEROR, MONKEY D LUFFY IS HERE. Don't sleep on that man. This chapter was just cathartic. Follow me on Instagram @nekowhite93 WATCH DARK OUT on YOUTUBECheck Out the Other Paperhouse Network Shows
It's time for another hair-raising episode of Blood Relatives from the ID Network! Hair-raising because the creature of the week is a tarantula, and because there's a barber. It's a double play on words for a Double Date review of SPLITTING HEIRS! In Laceyville, Pennsylvania it's the smaller the town, the bigger the secrets. Secrets such as why is this sidewalk bleeding, why is the little girl sitting in front of me at church blocking my view with her halo, and is this a Little League game or discoteque? Why is that man carving up a roast at the local park? Why does that lady who loves children actually hate some children? Is that guy wearing a wig? Actually, these aren't so much secrets, as questions (or plot holes). Join Kimberly and Katie as they try to PIECE it all together in a very special edition of A Double Date with Dateline! Blood Relatives: Season 2 Episode 1 - Splitting Heirs Official Description from INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY: When a barber and his wife are killed at home, all eyes turn to the family. Join over 1 million people taking charge of their mental health with Better Help! Get 10% off your first month of counseling in the privacy of your own home with Better Help! Go to BetterHelp.com/dateline. Highlight your best features and improve your skin with Thrive Causemetics! Katie loves the Liquid Lash Extensions Mascara and the Defying Gravity Eye Lifting Cream! Visit ThriveCausemetics.com/DATEDATELINE for 15% off your first order. For every product purchased, Thrive donates to help women emerging from homelessness, surviving domestic abuse, and fighting cancer! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joel doesn't like to eat at fancy restaurants- not only because paying a ton of money isn't his jam, but also because there are all these rules of etiquette that fine diners are just supposed to know. What's he going to do with that 3rd fork anyways?! The same is often true when it comes to our money and the social situations we find ourselves in. Splitting the bill with friends when we go out- what should we keep in mind there? How should we talk about money with our co-workers, friends, and family? When you're on a date, who pays for what and how quickly should you dive into money conversations with someone you're serious about? And because we're all unique individuals, we argue that there are no hard and fast rules that dictate our actions when it comes to our money. Instead there is a lot of nuance and it takes a lot of emotional intelligence in order to get your money etiquette right. It's not always clear what path we should take and so during the episode we provide a helpful framework to help you decide. And we also share our thoughts on some common scenarios so that we can all avoid that awkward tension that might arise. During this episode we both enjoyed Paranormal Electricity of Trans-Pacific Airwaves IPA by Burial! And please help us to spread the word by letting friends and family know about How to Money! Hit the share button, subscribe if you're not already a regular listener, and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to change the conversation around personal finance and get more people doing smart things with their money! Best friends out! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans. 1:30 Comments from the haters 22:53 Fluctuations in strength increases 29:25 The beef on beef protein 35:41 Volume, heavy, work sets? What's the question? 40:03 New books coming? 43:05 Classic comedies 44:39 Audio version of Barbell Prescription 48:21 Heavy negatives 51:52 Bench height and elevated heel? 53:49 Different row variations 55:01 Being a bench specialist 58:11 Rip talks non-native politics 01:02:50 Terry Todd
On today's show: Jessica and Meghan discuss the news surrounding Jon Gruden's resignation, Lamar Jackson's MNF performance, Ben Simmons showing up to the 76ers facility unannounced and more. Brevin Knight hops on to discuss JJJ's potential as a rebounder, the improvements to Brandon Clarke's game and good soul food. (0:00) Previews (3:30) Jon Gruden (29:03) Lamar Jackson's Dominance (37:57) Meghan's Create-A-Quarterback (40:45) Ben Simmons Talks (48:07) Brevin Knight (55:42) Grizzlies Game Impression (1:08:46) JR Smith Collegiate Golf Tournament (1:13:00) CJ's Corner (1:16:58) Ben Simmons Return (1:23:53) Jamie Lynn Spears (1:28:36) Splitting the Bill Question (1:41:19) Hustle Up Watch LIVE at 8am, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
San Francisco Giants Broadcaster Mike Krukow joins the Murph & Mac Show to talk about the Giants splitting the first two games of their postseason series against the Los Angeles Dodgers! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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We're back with our 5th Q&A, joined by Abel Csabai 0:00- Intro 1:00- Chasing hunger with artificial sweeteners 3:00- Shout out to Scott and Eric for their contribution 4:00- Abel starting his bulk 7:00- Working with a coach 8:00- Is straight protein ok pre-workout? 10:00- Leaning gaining rate of gain 12:00- Details on our training splits 18:00- Body measurements and discrepancies between appearance 22:30- Biomechanics of exercises / Doug Brignole 36:30- Water fluctuations and how it influences you 43:00- Intra-workout nutrition 49:00- How to break up back volume 52:30- Potential for human longevity 59:00- Pull up range of motion / stretch mediated hypertrophy 1:05:00- Hook grip vs mixed grip vs straps Website and Coaching: https://brainsandgainspodcast.com/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DaveMaconi Smile Fund: https://secure.operationsmile.org/sit...Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dave_maconi/
This week Team Meatbag continues their brave stance on splitting the party (AKA why not make Stardaddy prep for two entirely different games at once?). Anton hops from a murder mystery to a disaster movie as he and his NPCs attempt to return a tanker full of gas to the Mongoes. Meanwhile, Mackie and Hilde roll some skill checks and Big Nikki makes an amazing discovery. Guest starring Katrina Coleman. Check out her podcast, You Look Like, on all the platforms plus give her name a google and check out some of that true Memphis brand comedy.If you enjoy the show, please follow us on your favorite platform for new episodes every Wednesday. We also love seeing your 5 star reviews over on Apple Podcast; it really helps us spread the word and find even more fantastic audience members like you. You can check us out online at www.astronomicapodcast.com; here you'll find links to all of our social media as well as an open invite to our Discord server. If you have questions, comments, or general observations you can check us out on our subreddit at /r/AstronomicaPodcast or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. And finally, if you have enjoyed this show and wish to provide support in a monetary manner, you can check out our Patreon at patreon.com/AstronomicaPodcast. Not only will you enjoy the warm fuzzy feeling of helping us foot production costs, you'll also find a number of fantastic extra perks plus get bragging rights with all your nerdiest friends. Thanks as always for listening and we'll see ya next week! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/AstronomicaPodcast)
All right, we get it. A review of benefits programs might not seem like the most entertaining fodder for a podcast about divorce. But wait, just hear us out. See, if you're on your spouses benefits program, you could be looking a unraveling a potentially expensive web of coverage, from life insurance to health plans to pensions, IRAs, and 401ks, each of which leads to choice you get to make on a specific — and regulated — time table. So, what happens when your divorce gets in the way of the coverage that helps you stay healthy and feel safe? Tyler Wrage is a benefits consultant with The Strategic Group and joins us to walk us through the process of separation of shared benefits.
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This guide is 2,748 words, a 10 min 59 sec read time (19:33 minute listen). Subscribe here. 📍Introduction: Whether seeking marriage or simply a romantic encounter, a dater armed with etiquette has a higher chance of success. Etiquette refers to the customs and guidelines that help people act with more sensitivity towards others. Contrary to popular belief, etiquette in dating is not outdated, nor is chivalry dead. Both, however, have evolved in the modern era. From swiping to snuggling, let these tips & tricks inspire you to elevate your game. 📝Notes, Tips & Tricks: General Principles:Dating shares the same word root as data. Approached through this lens, dating is a "data-gathering activity" that allows two people to learn about one another & explore whether or not they are romantically compatible. There's no need for high expectations, build-up, or pressure. You're just getting to know someone. Dating goals can vary widely (e.g., practice for marriage, fun, personal growth). If you have strong preferences (e.g., for something casual, something serious), it’s best to state that pretty soon. Regardless of your ambitions, however, remember that people can be easily hurt. Treat others the way you want to be (or you think they want to be) treated. It takes two to tango. This goes for both positive and negative experiences. If the date (or relationship) goes horribly, it is typically not one person's fault. If it goes well -- same story. It's best to approach & treat people as individuals. Believing that "all women are x" or "all men are y" can lead to false negatives (aka type II errors) and aloof behavior.Asking Out & Being Asked OutWhen asking someone on a date, be specific (e.g., "Would you like to go for coffee this weekend?"). General questions can be hard to answer (e.g., "What are you doing this weekend?") If you're the one asking for the date, give as much detail as possible (e.g., time, place to meet). Waiting until the last minute to pick a spot or time can make it difficult for your date to plan accordingly (e.g., clothing, transportation, scheduling).If you are asking someone out, it is typically assumed that you will pay. However, this can vary by wealth levels and cultures (e.g., in Europe splitting the bill is more common). If you suggest the place, it's nice to at least offer to cover the bill. Choose something less pricey if you are on a budget (see dating budget reference guide below). Relatedly, if you are the one being asked out, don't suggest a more pricey option. It could make your date feel uncomfortable & pressured. When asking someone out, double-check to ensure it aligns with their interests (e.g., don't book rock climbing without confirming your date isn't afraid of heights) If booking a restaurant with someone new, it's polite to ask about dietary restrictions. Relatedly, if you have strict food preferences or allergies, let your date know in advance. Don't cancel a date unless absolutely necessary. Scheduling and rescheduling a date over and over is unromantic, irritating, and can send the message that you aren't interested and/or reliable. Don't cancel on pre-existing plans to accept a date. It's rude to cancel on someone for a better option. Suggest meeting at a different time. Don't give false hope if you have no interest (e.g., I can't because I'm very busy with a work project right now"). Also, don't lie. It can come back to haunt you. Talking/Texting/CommunicatingDaters differ on their willingness to talk, text, or video chat before meeting in person. If you have strong preferences, share them. Be flexible. Many people these days prefer to have some form of verbal communication (e.g., zoom/facetime, phone call) before meeting in the real world. This is a new norm. Embrace it! It can save you a lot of time and money. Tangentially, too much texting before meeting in real life can lead to a loss of momentum. It can also result in misinterpretations or projections. It is customary but not required to touch base (e.g., text, call) before a date to confirm details. If you are the one planning the date, try to do so the night before if possible. It creates a sense of anticipation and gives your date plenty of time to prepare. Preferences around grammar and punctuation differ. Matching your date's style is the best bet for harmonious text communication. Ghosting (not returning someone's text or call) is very rude & can leave someone hanging on without closure. If you aren't interested, thank your date for the time together and decline their offer. (See Ending Things Nicely below) Honest, direct communication can help avoid a lot of confusion & heartache. Sharing your feelings can go a long way. Nobody is a mind reader, and honestly stating what you are experiencing can go a long way in providing clarity. For inspiration, check out the Feelings Reference Guide below. If your feeling statement has the word "that" or "like" in it, you likely aren't speaking of your feelings (e.g., "I feel that/like you always do X" is a thought, not a feeling). In the beginning (e.g., first 1-3 dates), it's typical for one person to take the lead in proposing dates and the other to follow by accepting or rejecting. If the lead is interested, they will ask for a second date. If you want to (co)lead, ask for the second date! Texting frequently between dates can hinder the romance associated with anticipation (e.g., "A relationship rarely dies of starvation, yet often dies of indigestion."; "Absence makes the heart grow fonder.”)On the Date: Make every effort to be on time. Nobody likes to be kept waiting. Additionally, tardiness implies you value your time more than your date's. If possible, arrive a few minutes early. Running a few minutes behind? Call (and apologize.)When picking up a date, it's polite to go to their door & ring the doorbell. Don't wait in the street or honk. If driving, tidy the car. If there are crumbs/dirt inside, vacuum. Don't arrive low on gas (or electricity). Holding doors open, allowing your date to exit the elevator first, or helping someone into their chair are chivalrous but not required. If you feel the desire to try these activities but are unsure, ask for permission. If someone opens the door for you, thank them. When strolling on the sidewalk, walking on the side closer to oncoming traffic can be seen as an act of protection. If walking, try to match the pace of your date. When picking seats at a table perpendicular to a wall, it is traditional that whoever faces the wall signals their lack of interest in scanning the crowd (e.g., for alternative date options). Don't order for your date unless they indicate that preference. Try not to check your phone while on the date. It can send the message that you are bored. Many people advise against discussing politics, religion, marriage, exes, children, or money on the first few dates. However, if one of these topics is important to you, it’s worth sharing early on (e.g., dates 2-5) rather than down the road. If there are deal-breakers on the table, better to find out sooner rather than later. Table manners will help you avoid disgusting your date (e.g., don't chew with your mouth open or talk with a mouth full of food, try not to eat too fast). Don't get drunk on a date. You may think you're charming, but you are likely to look sloppy and say (or do) something you regret. Show an active interest in getting to know your date (e.g., ask questions and refrain from monopolizing the conversation). However, don't pepper your date with questions and refuse to open up. Dating should be a two-way road. Don't interrupt your date. Additionally, avoid constantly interjecting with "uh-huh" or "yeah" as they speak. It's distracting and can send the message you are trying to speed them up. Life is long, and the world is small. Due diligence (both in hiring and dating) is common practice now. Treat others as you would like to be treated (and remembered or spoken of down the line).It is typical (& courteous) to walk or drive your date home. It shows that you care about your date's safety & wellbeing. Alternatively, you can wait until their transportation arrives. For next-level generosity, hail the rideshare from your phone and cover your date's journey. This ensures you know your date arrived home safely. If you had a lovely time on the date, express your thanks graciously (e.g., I had such a great time, would love to see you again"). Had a really great time? Express thanks both in person and with a follow-up text the next day. Grooming & DressingDon't wear clothing that may distract you. If you feel uncomfortable (e.g., too warm/cold/itchy/squeezed), you may appear nervous. Try to dress comfortably so your best self can shine through. Showing a lot of skin can distract your date, making it difficult to focus on a meaningful conversation. Also, it reduces the mystery & intrigue of what might come later. If you hope to touch your date, ensure your nails are clean and filed smooth. Bad breath is a major turn-off. Smell your floss. If it stinks, so does your breath. Body odor is avoidable & easily deterred with light deodorant or antiperspirant. Go easy on the scented type as it can smell like car freshener. Relatedly, while a bit of scent can be nice, overpowering smells may turn off your date. Go light on the cologne/perfume. 1-2 spritzes are generally sufficient. If you think there will be walking, wear shoes you can walk in. Physical Romance: When exploring physical chemistry, consent (ideally enthusiastic) is required. If you sense hesitation from your date, pause. If you doubt your ability to read body language, go slowly. When in doubt, ask your date (e.g., would you like (for me) to XYZ?) If you aren't sure whether or not you are romantically interested in someone, consider getting to know them as a friend first. A true romance typically blooms naturally. It is your duty to disclose anything that could affect your partner's health.If you don't feel comfortable discussing topics related to safe sex (e.g., STDs, testing), reconsider if you are ready to get physical. It is entirely acceptable to require a test before engaging physically with your date.Don't lie (e.g., signal interest in something serious if you aren't).PDA can make others around you feel uncomfortable. With that said, if a special moment arrives, embrace it. (See this video for inspiration) Ending Things NicelyIf you end a dating relationship with kindness and grace, you open up new opportunities for yourself (e.g., starting a friendship, being introduced to one of their friends). Ending a date early is generally considered rude & will likely hurt your date’s feelings. However, if you are genuinely uncomfortable or have been hurt in some way, it is acceptable to depart early (e.g., after dinner & before dessert). If someone asks you for another date and you don't want to accept, be gracious and thank them. Then turn them down nicely. Do not lead people on. It's cowardly & selfish. When ending things, don’t lie. Lies are unethical and can brand you as a “liar” if caught. If you end something and are sincere about staying friends, let some time pass and follow up with a friendly invitation. If the timing is off, be upfront (e.g., "Thank you for asking me out. I would like to but [insert timing-related issue here]. Would it be okay if I reach back out when things change?")Sample rejection verbiage: "I see this more as a friendship than something romantic"; "I've recently started seeing someone, but thank you."; "I don't think we have enough chemistry."; "I am sorry, but I have a rule to never ___."; "Something is missing."; "The timing isn't right." Accepting Rejection With Grace If someone turns you down, accept it graciously. If, however, you think your rejector has made a grave mistake, it's acceptable to ask for another chance. It is acceptable to ask for feedback if you can abstain from becoming pushy or defensive. Remember that the right guy/gal won't let you get away, there are many fish in the sea, and dates are like streetcars. If you miss one, another one’s on the way. Learning to accept rejection is a part of life. Try not to obsess or take it too personally. It's their loss. Let your friends be there for you. Dating App ProfilesPictures should be equal parts "accounting" & "marketing." Market your strengths (e.g., high-resolution photos in good lighting) and account for who you are (e.g., recent photos that don't hide your face or body). Don't lie about your age or height. (Rounding up half an inch is permissible.)Avoid group photos if at all possible. They require an additional mental load for your prospective date (who likely has swiping fatigue). You may think you look dissimilar from your friends. On a 3x3 inch image, it's often hard to tell.Answer questions in a way that helps someone get a sense of your personality. Sharing that you relish widely popular food/activities/music is unlikely to differentiate you from others. Don't be afraid to ask a friend or family member for help. Sometimes we aren't the best judges of our strengths and quirks. Introducing others: If you want to set two people up, it's best to ask both their permission beforehand, separately. If one person tends to be pickier than the other, ask that person first. Show a picture and make a quick pitch. If they aren't interested, let it go. One easy way to introduce people to one another is to create a scenario where they can meet naturally, in person, in a group setting (e.g., invite them both to an event or party) Introducing people is a great way to put positive karma into the world. Dating & Money: In theory, the person who initiates the date signals their intent to pay. This goes for suggesting an addition to a date underway as well. It’s polite to at least offer to split the check. Most likely, your offer will be refused (at least on a first date). If you strongly prefer to pay, kindly explain that.If someone pays for you, thank them. Some more traditional types will prefer to pay/be paid for the first few dates. This is something worth discussing if it makes you uncomfortable one way or the other (e.g., "how do you think/feel about paying for dates?")The early stages of dating often transform as a couple builds more trust and talks through preferences around spending money. Do not assume that what happens on the first few dates will be set in stone. Paying for a date should not correlate with any romantic outcomes.If eating at a restaurant and the menu is expensive, try to pick something in the mid-price range or look to your date for guidance (e.g., mimic their general approach). Splitting the check early on (e.g., the first three dates) can be read as a lack of romantic interest — signal at your own risk. 📓Dates by Budget Reference Guide $: walk/hike, coffee/tea, phone call/video chat, local park, museum, volunteering$$: brunch/lunch, movie, drinks, picnic, host for dinner $$$: out to dinner, cultural event (e.g., show, concert)$$$$: trip/vacation📓 Feelings Words Reference Guide: Do you struggle to talk about feelings? Here are some words to help guide/inspire you. Happy: relaxed, calm, playful, silly, delighted, spontaneous, amused, optimistic, joyful, excited, satisfied, content, confident, charmed Anger: annoyed, aggravated, bugged, cranky, disgusted, enraged, fuming, agitated, frustrated, mad, resentful, furious, lividFear: uneasy, tense, nervous, insecure, worried, afraid, frightened, fearful, anxious, shocked, stuck, lost, trapped, helpless, paralyzed, insecure, uncomfortable, unsure Sadness: disappointed, low, down, blue, gloomy, unhappy, hurt, miserable, terrible, crushedFatigued: thirsty, hungry, tired, worn out, shaky, sick, ill, exhausted, stressed, fragile, vulnerable, insecure, discouraged, overwhelmed Seeking: curious, motivated, energetic, intrigued, engaged, productive, creative, eager, confident, focused, determined, inspired, ambitious, obsessed Caring: helpful, secure, considerate, friendly, loving, connected, understanding, nurturing, attached, tender Romantic: affectionate, tender, frisky, physical, turned on, passionate, flirtatious🎓 Further Study Emily Post's Etiquette, 18th EditionDating Then & Now [Business Insider]F** yes or no by Mark MansonGhosting a Twitter thread by @SahilHow To Not to Die Alone 📖 by Logan UrgyDifficult Conversations 📖 by Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton & Sheila Heen Nonviolent Communication 📖 by Marshall B. 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Diving right into our hardest (and happiest) years of marriage on today's episode! We share which year (or years) have been the most challenging and WHY, plus our first big fights we had in marriage - that probably shouldn't have even been a fight. We share submissions from YOU guys on what your first fights in marriage were and let's just say, your answers were AMAZING. We also touch on combining traditions and splitting time with families and being "classy not sassy." ;) What you'll hear into today's episode: *What our hardest years of marriages have been *Our experiences with birth control and how that played a role in marriage *Splitting time with families for holidays *Combining family traditions *Our first big arguments in marriage *Submissions from YOU on your first arguments *Sharing a toothbrush or a towel with your s/o *Getting along with inlaws *Being "classy not sassy" Things we mentioned: *Minivan Mamas Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/minivanmamas/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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