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    265.6: The CFL's American Expansion Experiment - With Ed Willes [Archive Re-Release]

    Good Seats Still Available

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 118:04


    [We celebrate eminent North-of-the-border sportswriter Ed Willes' selection to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame's media wing last week - with a June 2018 archive re-release of one our most popular episodes!] As Johnny Manziel's pro football comeback journey wraps up a promising pre-season with the Canadian Football League's Hamilton Tiger-Cats, we take a moment this week to reminisce on the approaching 25th anniversary of the CFL's bold, but ultimately ill-fated attempt to bring its exciting brand of pigskin south of the border in 1993. When the NFL put the brakes on its two-year World League of American Football experiment in the summer of 1992 (which included a franchise in Montreal, dubbed the “Machine”), an economically wobbly CFL sensed an opportunity to fill the gap in US markets newly comfortable with the notion of pro football, as well as a potential growth path for the tradition-rich Canadian game to expand outside the Provinces.  In fact, two WLAF owners, Fred Anderson (Sacramento Surge) and Larry Benson (San Antonio Riders) "crossed over" to the Canadian League and were awarded newly rechristened franchises for 1993 – Anderson's Sacramento Gold Miners and Benson's San Antonio Texans.  While the Gold Miners were the only ones to make it into the following season's expanded CFL schedule (Benson literally – and ominously – left the league at the altar by bowing out the day of the league's press conference announcing the expansion), the door was open to a wild three-season adventure that brought the wide-open Canadian game to far-flung American outposts in Baltimore, Las Vegas, Shreveport, Memphis, Birmingham, and, ironically (via eventual relocation from Sacramento), San Antonio. Longtime Vancouver Province sportswriter Ed Willes (End Zones and Border Wars: The Era of American Expansion in the CFL) joins the podcast to discuss the league's short-lived American expansion effort, which then-commissioner Larry Smith had hoped to eventually encompass ten US teams in a fully expanded 20-team league.   Among the misadventures, Willes recounts: the 1995 champion Baltimore Stallions (who operated as the nickname-less “CFLers” the previous season in a trademark dispute with the NFL over the “Colts” moniker); the woefully attended Las Vegas Posse (who practiced on the Strip in the Riviera Hotel's parking lot and were forced to play their last “home” game in Edmonton); the Memphis Mad Dogs' unique approach to fitting the longer/wider CFL field into the Liberty Bowl; why football-mad Birmingham couldn't draw flies for Barracuda games once college and high school seasons started; and the “Great Tucker Caper” – featuring the infamous brothers Glieberman and their attempt to steal away the Shreveport Pirates to the greener pastures of Norfolk, VA.

    The Positivity Xperience
    Ep:78 Who Are You? * Strip Away The Labels

    The Positivity Xperience

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 36:30


    Who are you seems like an easy question until you strip yourself of the titles and labels you are attached you.  To know who you are you need to discover what your own beliefs are not what others have told you to believe of yourself.  The introspective work attached to this question also allows you to start to rewrite that narrative and default that has been instilled over your lifetime. www.thepositivityxperience.com

    Jack Squat with Scotch!
    Live Nude Episode

    Jack Squat with Scotch!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 13:54


    Get ready to doff your duds, friends. It's time to go commando with the latest "Live Nude" episode of the JACK SQUAT podcast with Scotch. We've got so many nude-related stories this time around, including Denise Richards joining OnlyFans. Plus Mailbox Lasagna, Nude Pickleball, Taco Bell's Big Cheez-It Tostada, Shrinkflation and of course...Stupid Criminals. So, what are you waiting for? Strip out of those skivvies and have a listen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Feel Amazing Naked
    Strip It Down Friday: Time Audit

    Feel Amazing Naked

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 4:58


    Strip it down Friday Edition where in less than 5 minutes, I will help you strip down a seemingly overwhelming topic and give an action plan to implement it right into your life!   This Week: Time Audit For More Info Go To:  https://feelamazingnaked.com/podcast/

    Street Smart Success
    178: Strip Center Success in Phoenix

    Street Smart Success

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 58:23


    As interest rates have climbed, the multifamily market has started to slow down for the first time in years. Cap rates for C class multifamily properties are on the rise so there may be buying opportunities ahead. Institutional buyers are sticking to Class A properties in high growth markets. Ben Leybovich, Principal of White Haven Capital in Phoenix, started with 80's vintage properties but has transitioned to 2000's properties over the last year.

    Gambling With an Edge
    Gambling With an Edge - guest Anthony Curtis 6/23/2022

    Gambling With an Edge

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 63:01


    Our guest this week is Anthony Curtis. We talk about what's new in Las Vegas, and upcoming books from Huntington Press. We welcome your questions - send them to us at gamblingwithanedge@gmail.com, or you can find me at @RWM21 on Twitter or https://www.facebook.com/GamblingWithAnEdge. Show Notes [00:00] Introduction of Anthony Curtis, publisher of The Huntington Press and The Las Vegas Advisor [00:30] Upcoming books by James Grosjean from The Huntington Press [06:34] Other upcoming books from The Huntington Press [09:48] Houston Curtis' upcoming book [18:08] New ownership at The Palms [28:00] South Point Casino June Promotions - $600k Spin to Win [29:33] http://BlackjackApprenticeship.com - blackjack training site with analytical software, training guides, members forum, and chat room [30:02] http://VideoPoker.com/gwae - Gold Membership offers correction on most games, free Pro Membership trial for GWAE listeners   [32:56] WSOP on The Strip, online poker [37:20] CIrca football contests, recent Circa Sports hires [40:29] Video poker at The D and Golden Gate [44:46] Recreational marijuana and cannabis lounges [47:30] Topless Vegas [50:57] The Plaza [54:53] Recommended: Card Magic by Jason on Instagram, Binion's Steakhouse, Rouge at The Strat Sponsored Links: http://SouthPointCasino.com http://BlackjackApprenticeship.com http://VideoPoker.com/gwae Anthony Curtis' Links: http://Huntingtonpress.com http://Lasvegasadvisor.com http://Youtube.com/c/LasVegasAdvisorSHOW http://Toplessvegasonline.com Recommended: http://Instagram.com/cardmagicbyjason http://Binions.com/dining/binions_steakhouse.php http://Thestrat.com/entertainment/featured/rouge Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Indie Thinker with Reed Uberman
    Abortion Protesters Strip At Joel Osteen's Church | S2 E47

    Indie Thinker with Reed Uberman

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 22:48


    Like and Subscribe: YouTube.com/indiethinker Abortion protesters show upon at a Sunday morning service at Lakewood Church and strip while shouting "my body, my choice" giving us a perfect example of why protesting may be more a sign of entitlement rather than knowledge on a particular subject.

    MtM Vegas - Source for Las Vegas
    Best Strip Casino, Empty Virgin, Bye Bye Smoking, Vegas Looped & Lake Mead Emergency

    MtM Vegas - Source for Las Vegas

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 25:09


    Maximize your credit card cashback earnings and sign-up bonuses with Cash Freely a new free tool from the makers of Travel Freely. Find the best offers to travel to Vegas and anywhere else free of charge. Cash Freely (cash back cards) Travel Freely (travel rewards cards) Episode Description: As a reminder you can watch this show as well at: http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories Smoking may soon be a thing of the past as tastes have started to change in the gaming space. We learned that customers long thought to reject the idea of non-smoking casinos have largely been supporting them in higher numbers. As Plaza announces a non-smoking casino space along with other new enhancements one has to wonder if this will become the next trend in Vegas casinos. In other news we'll discuss Las Vegas Weekly's pick for best Strip casino and Vegas Loop now has full approval for its entire 29 mile stretch which will include up to 51 stations when complete. We also check in on the very empty Virgin Hotels on a Friday night, discuss why MGM Grand Detroit is surprisingly good and learn how Paris is losing another unique dining venue to Guy Fieri. YouTube.com/milestomemories for all of the visuals! About the Show Each week thousands of people tune into our MtM Vegas news show at http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories and now we bring you the MtM Vegas podcast where we can spend a little more time sharing our best Vegas info, tips, reviews and stories plus talk to some of the most interesting people in Vegas.  Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at podcast@milestomemories.com.  You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or by searching "MtM Vegas" or "Miles to Memories" in your favorite podcast app. Don't forget to check out our travel/miles/points podcast as well!

    Black and White Sports Podcast
    Teammate Of TRANSGENDER LIA THOMAS says STRIP Swimmer of NCAA NATIONAL TITLE after FINA BAN!

    Black and White Sports Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 9:59


    Teammate Of TRANSGENDER LIA THOMAS says STRIP Swimmer of NCAA NATIONAL TITLE after FINA BAN!

    Comic Lab
    NFTs ... They keep stepping on the same landmine!

    Comic Lab

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 53:55


    Toronto Comics Arts Festival has become the latest comics organization to step on the NFT landmine! When will they learn?! Also, how do you rebuild after a social-media hijacking?ON THIS WEEK'S SHOW...TCAF and NFTsRebuilding after a social-media hijackingAre long stories or short stories better for improving your writing?Today is a great time to bump up your ComicLab membership to the $10 tier! Patreon backers at that level will get exclusive access to livestream recording sessions — as well as an archive of previous livestreams!You get great rewards when you join the ComicLab Community on Patreon$2 — Early access to episodes$5 — Submit a question for possible use on the show AND get the exclusive ProTips podcast. Plus $2-tier rewards.$10 — Gain access to the ComicLab livestreamed recording sessions (including an archive of past livestreams), plus $5-tier rewardsBrad Guigar is the creator of Evil Inc and the author of The Webcomics Handbook. Dave Kellett is the creator of Sheldon and Drive.Listen to ComicLab on...Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotifyPandoraStitcher

    Two Guys Garage Podcast
    ‘69 Camaro Strip to Street

    Two Guys Garage Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 40:40


    Kevin and Willie kick off Season 19 of the Two Guys Garage TV show by reconfiguring a 1969 Camaro from a strip car to a born-again daily driver, and in this companion podcast they detail the setup change and performance upgrades that propel the Gen 1 classic from fight to fun. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Ag PhD Radio on SiriusXM 147
    06 22 22 Strip-Till

    Ag PhD Radio on SiriusXM 147

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 59:01


    06 22 22 Strip-Till by Ag PhD

    Aaron Scene's After Party
    Rump Shots with the Hooters Calendar Girl @prissnv

    Aaron Scene's After Party

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 63:25


    Give Us A Spell
    GUAS EP179 - Luv u Nature Strip

    Give Us A Spell

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 56:37


    HOW GOOD WAS NATURE STRIP Zach, Tom & Kohei get together Wednesday night to have an early look at Randwick & Eagle Farm. A lot races are very tight at the top of the market so we look for some value. At the end of the show we have a little debrief on how we think game 2 of State Of Origin will go this weekend. Join the facebook group. www.facebook.com/groups/giveusaspellpodcast Follow socials @giveusaspellpod Rate and review!

    The Bloodybits Horror Show
    EP114 - New York Ripper

    The Bloodybits Horror Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 169:20


    Hello all you Ed-Heads, Timbos, and Candice Charlie's cocklet factory co-workers. Here we are, with an off-cycle release. We interrupted this to get Strip nude for your Killer out a week earlier, and while that might have been the hornier movie, this is the better episode. Largely due to our guest. Friend of the show Charlie! Join us as we discuss the duck voiced killer, optimal nail configuration for fngering snatch, and more! Check us out on Twitter. me @eddietheaxe Tim @yobogold Candice @horrorhoochie69 Also, like, rate and subscribe. join us for our bonus episodes at can https://www.patreon.com/bloodybits  

    Une lettre d'Amérique
    140. Le Nevada, entre déserts, lacs et Las Vegas

    Une lettre d'Amérique

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 16:25


    Le Nevada rime généralement avec Las Vegas. Même si "Sin City" est incontournable, l'État de l'Ouest américain ne se résume à la "ville du pêché". Et Las Vegas elle-même ne se résume pas au Strip, ce boulevard impressionnant où s'alignent les grands hôtels et les casinos. Chaque semaine, le mardi, Lionel Gendron nous adresse une lettre d'Amérique. Un podcast sous forme de courrier audio, posté depuis Manhattan, à New York. Une carte-postale sonore pour nous aider à mieux comprendre cette Amérique à la fois si familière et parfois totalement déconcertante.

    The JP Emerson Show
    From Carving Corners to blasting the strip, Chris Cervenka and His Steeda Prepared GT 350 Continue to Set The Pace

    The JP Emerson Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 54:45


    Chris Cervenka knows all about going fast. A lifelong Mustang enthusiast, he's owned six before picking up his dream Mustang - the Shelby GT350 in Lead Foot Gray.When he's not tearing up the asphalt, he's the Director of Marketing at Steeda and the guy making and driving those cool cars in the videos for a living.More races are won...more track records are set...and more championships are captured with vehicles using Steeda performance parts than any other brand.Steeda, the world's largest aftermarket manufacturer of Ford performance equipment, is the leader in parts and upgrades for Mustang, Bronco, Mach-E, Explorer, Escape, Fusion, F-Series trucks, and the list goes on. With over 6,000 items, including Steeda-Manufactured suspension & chassis components, cold air intakes, and short throw shifters, Steeda.com is your one-stop shop for performance parts, accessories, modifications and tuning.At Steeda, Speed Matters® Chris on the web:https://www.facebook.com/therealcervenka/https://www.instagram.com/therealcervenka/https://twitter.com/TheRealCervenkahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/chriscervenka/https://www.steeda.com/chris-modified-steeda-gt350https://www.scca.com/articles/2015861-2022-prosolo-season-takes-the-green-flaghttps://www.autoevolution.com/news/how-to-upgrade-your-muscle-car-the-american-way-with-steeda-169717.htmlhttps://edelblog.com/racing/steedas-new-silver-bullet-is-an-8-second-edelbrock-supercharged-ford-mustang-gthttps://www.fordmuscle.com/news/sibling-rivalry-steeda-video-series-compares-shelby-gt350r-gt500/https://mustangforums.com/articles/steeda-shelby-mustangs/https://www.fordmuscle.com/car-features/riding-the-dragon-in-a-bolt-on-2015-mustang-gt/https://www.motortrend.com/news/1811-2018-mustang-week-the-best-one-yet/https://www.motortrend.com/features/1707-2015-mustang-gt-pp-is-chock-full-of-cj-goodies/https://www.fordmuscle.com/industry-news/video-caleb-cooks-mustang-make-a-wish-birthday-at-cj-pony-parts/ Steeda: https://www.steeda.com/  Show information:How to contact and connect with JP Emersonwww.jpemerson.comTwitter: @The_jpemersonemail: jp@jpemerson.com For more podcasts on cars check out Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast at www.TheMustangPodcast.com or at Apple Podcasts or anywhere you get your podcastsFor more information about sponsorship or advertising on The JP Emerson Show or podcast launch services contact Doug Sandler at doug@turnkeypodcast.com or visit www.turnkeypodcast.com

    AccuWeather Daily
    NASA rover investigates 'bacon strip' on Mars

    AccuWeather Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 3:17


    AccuWeather Daily brings you the top trending weather story of the day - every day.

    GGB Magazine Podcast
    Virginia Valentine

    GGB Magazine Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 24:48


    Virginia Valentine has led the Nevada Resort Association, which represents Nevada's largest resort casinos since 2011. As the pandemic winds down, she reflects on how the industry has rebounded and what this rebound says about the future of gaming in the state. But there are still areas that have not recovered and Valentine discusses the challenges facing the industry going forward. She talks about the increasing importance of sports and sporting events to the town now that it's home to several professional teams. She spoke with GGB Publisher Roger Gros at the NRA offices in the Summerlin section of Las Vegas in May. GGB: The pandemic was a tough time for the industry, shutting down the entire Las Vegas Strip and every resort in the state. But since then Vegas has really bounced back. Why has it bounced back so quickly? Virginia Valentine: I think that after two years of not doing much, a lot of people have had that pent up desire to get out and travel. So I think with this return to normalcy, travel is a big part of that. Those 78 days of complete shutdown were quite an amazing period. It was unprecedented. So, now the signs of recovery are good. There's still some areas that are not quite back to pre-pandemic levels yet. Meetings and conventions, international travel and business travel are not quite back. But there are some very encouraging signs. When Las Vegas did come back, there was a mask mandate for quite a few months on top of that. Was that a negative? There are, of course, a lot of views on masks. But our view was that if it's a state requirement, we're going to comply with it, and of course we did. But for people in the hospitality industry where the employees are there to make the guests have a great experience, it created a little bit of friction. Our role primarily was to make sure that we followed all of the requirements. Those that felt comfortable came back and those that didn't probably didn't come back. But now that we're wide open, it feels good. We just had the NFL Draft, which according to all measurements, maybe except for gaming, was a success. Formula One just booked an event for the Strip in 2023. And of course the Super Bowl in 2024. Are these city-centric events really important to Las Vegas? Oh, I think it's huge. If you just think about it in terms of the number of impressions, the people around the country and the world who were able to see the iconic Strip, it's awesome. I love the new tagline just adopted by the LVCVA (Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority), which is the “Earth's greatest arena.” In terms of the value of people seeing Las Vegas and thinking, “I want to see that and I want to go there,” it's absolutely huge. Let's talk about development on the Strip. MGM just closed on the Cosmopolitan. Caesars is trying to sell the Flamingo. MGM operates 60 percent of the rooms on the Strip. Are you concerned about the concentration of ownership on the Strip, or do you think new properties like Resorts World and Fontainebleau will dilute that? We have new management and new companies coming in here. There's some rebranding that will go on, along with new capital investment in these properties. I think it is an opportunity for each owner and operator to develop some synergies for them in operating. There's some opportunity also to get a little more diverse and have some more niche properties. And so I don't really see a problem with it. Nevada has a big election coming up, electing a new senator and governor. Is the NRA going to support candidates in that election? This year, for the first time in a long time, we have a political action committee and we've raised some money. And we are going through the process now of interviewing candidates and looking for candidates who understand the tourism industry and its importance to the state. So along with our chairwoman, Ellen Whittemore from Wynn, and our executive board, we will identify and support the candidates who will make a difference for our state.

    Grip Strip Podcast
    Grip Strip Podcast Episode 119 - Piquet Victory Parade

    Grip Strip Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 99:10


    Phil and Josh return for Episode 119 of the GSP to discuss Daniel Suarez's first career Cup Series win at Sonoma and Max Verstappen's 25th career F1 win at Baku, giving their significant others plenty to celebrate.  The guys also hit Josef Newgarden's third win of 2022 and his earning $1 million from PeopleReady after winning on three different types of tracks so far on the IndyCar Series.  Kyle Busch took his 62nd Truck Series win in his last start of 2022 at Sonoma as well before the GSP Roundup went over the 24 Hours of Le Mans, F2 at Baku, WSBK at Misano, MotoGP/Moto2 at Sachsenring, and Supercars at Darwin.  Phil and Josh preview the Trucks at Knoxville, the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix and SRX opening their 2022 season at Five Flags Speedway before Josh's Sim Segment and Show Close.  

    Mark Leeds DO On Addiction Treatment And Addiction Recovery
    Sublocade vs Suboxone, Shot vs Strip: Is Sublocade Better Than Suboxone?

    Mark Leeds DO On Addiction Treatment And Addiction Recovery

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 15:10


    The Positive Head Podcast
    1733: Strip Away All That Isn't You

    The Positive Head Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 25:57


    In today's episode, Brandon discusses the importance of stripping away all that is blocking us from accessing our highest self, and the power of dying before we die. He also shares a near-death experience account that helped one man come much closer to achieving that aim. Care to play a game with the youniverse? Now you can let the youniverse choose the episode you are meant to hear next by clicking here! Download The Golden Key audio or e-book at GoldenKey.Gift with the Code: POSITIVEHEAD Follow Brandon on Twitter, Instagram and text him to receive regular golden nuggets of wisdom at 310.564.0750

    7@7
    7@7 AM June 17, 2022

    7@7

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 480:10


    Houston billionaire Tilman Fertitta closes $270 million purchase on the Strip, a Vagos biker testifies on the Hells Angels highway shooting, a central Las Vegas shooting leaves one person dead and more on 7@7 from the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

    Feel Amazing Naked
    Strip It Down Friday: Summer Schedule Prep

    Feel Amazing Naked

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 6:44


    Strip it down Friday Edition where in less than 5 minutes, I will help you strip down a seemingly overwhelming topic and give an action plan to implement it right into your life!   This Week: Summer Schedule Prep For More Info Go To:  https://feelamazingnaked.com/podcast/

    Strip-Till Farmer Podcast
    How Ben Pederson Thinks Bigger Than His Farm With A Strip-Till System (Replay)

    Strip-Till Farmer Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 17:48


    Ben Pederson runs a 100% strip-till operation in Lake Mills, Iowa. He takes a holistic approach to strip-till and encourages out-of-the-box thinking to keep his operations on a pathway to profitability. One such example is he's started using ion technology and the physics of thunderstorms to increase his yield potential and ROI without increasing inputs.

    Comic Lab
    Hostage-holding for fun and profit

    Comic Lab

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 63:31


    Dave accidentally held his website hostage for 7 days... and gained 30 new Patreon backers! Also, we'll discuss landing-page strategies and much moreON THIS WEEK'S SHOW...Dave accidentally held his site hostage for 7 days... and gained thirty new Patreon backers!Landing page strategiesUPDATE: Comic Con InternationalUPDATE: Comic shops aren't dead... yetFrequent/Consistent/Significant Patreon postsDad is living vicariously through a creative kidToday is a great time to bump up your ComicLab membership to the $10 tier! Patreon backers at that level will get exclusive access to livestream recording sessions — as well as an archive of previous livestreams!You get great rewards when you join the ComicLab Community on Patreon$2 — Early access to episodes$5 — Submit a question for possible use on the show AND get the exclusive ProTips podcast. Plus $2-tier rewards.$10 — Gain access to the ComicLab livestreamed recording sessions (including an archive of past livestreams), plus $5-tier rewardsBrad Guigar is the creator of Evil Inc and the author of The Webcomics Handbook. Dave Kellett is the creator of Sheldon and Drive.Listen to ComicLab on...Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotifyPandoraStitcher

    Pod at the Montecito
    66. Schrodinger's Sous-Chef (S3E17)

    Pod at the Montecito

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 82:08


    On this episode of the hit NBC television show Las Vegas, a chip thief knows a click-clack guy who heard a guy say he was going to do something or other on a day in the future... maybe. One employee goes the extra mile by picking up a shift at knock-off In 'n' Out and another by attempting to get fingerblasted by a masseuse. And Delinda sets up a head-to-head cooking competition between two of her chefs, one of which is an unhinged Austrian, and the other is Gunther. Your exceedingly sophisticated co-hosts discuss the merits of dragging a handcuffed person down the Strip, long for the days of being peppered with flyers by click-clack artists, and contemplate the headache that is moderating the NCIS: LA wikia. Connect with your boys on Twitter @MontecitoPod using the hashtag #LasVegas4Peacock or by emailing them at podatthemontecito@gmail.com. Just keep your Oreo shakes to yourself, will ya?

    Quilt Buzz
    Episode 059: Christina of Sweet Potato Quilts

    Quilt Buzz

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 27:19


    Show Notes:0:40 - Boise, Idaho 0:46 - Boise Philharmonic 1:10 - Christina's dog, Goguma1:12 - Chrstina's dog on a quilt 1:31 - Collie 2:31 - The Midnight Quilt Show by Angela Walters 2:39 - Free motion quilting 3.03 - Angela Walters4:33 - Christina's blog post on left handed quilting 5:32 and 5:35 - Left handed quilting rulers7:18 - Zirkel magnetic pin holder7:56 - Korea 12:42 - Improv quilting 14:53 - [Foundation] paper pieced 14:56 - Appliqued 14:57 - Strip piecing 15:32 - Sampler quilts 16:17 - Amanda of Broadcloth Studio16:19 - Ali of Exhausted Octopus (listen to episode 44 to learn more about her and her work) 16:24 - Elizabeth of Quilter's Candy (listen to episode 24 to learn more about her and her work) 16:26 - Megan of Megan Collins Quilt Designs 16:28 - Taylor of Toad & Sew16:29 - Verushka of Pride & Joy Quilting (listen to episode 43 to learn more about her and her work) 16:33 - Jessica of Quiltd Studios16:36 - Brooke of Eudaimonia Studio 16:47 - Quilt Buzz16:55 and 17:06 - National Sewing Machine Day 17:11 - Sign up to receive free Sewing Machine Sampler quilt pattern organized by Christina17:46 - 12 Minis in 12 Months Project 20:02 - The Ultimatum20:24 - Kona Cotton 20:40 - Ruby Star Society 20:49 - Sewing Machine Sampler quilt 20:56 - Great Heron Thread Co.20:57 - Liza Taylor Handmade20:58 - Wyldwood Creative 21:01 - Sewtopia 21:03 - Utah 21:28 - Christina's scrap stuffed body pillow tutorial21:47 - Bernina 770 QE21:55 - Left handed quilting rulers21:57 - Aurifil Thread22:04 - Nesting seams 22:19 - My Quilting Corner 23:22 - History of Swear Words on Netflix23:25 and 23:28 - Nicolas Cage23:34 - Christina's dog, Goguma23:39 - The Sewing Machine Sampler designers: Ali of Exhausted Octopus (listen to episode 44), Elizabeth of Quilter's Candy (listen to episode 24), Megan of Megan Collins Quilt Designs, Taylor of Toad & Sew, Verushka of Pride & Joy Quilting (listen to episode 43), Jessica of Quiltd Studios, Brooke of Eudaimonia Studio, and Amanda of Broadcloth Studio 23:48 - Improv Around the Block quilt by Christina 24:47 - Jean of @NewsJean24:54 - The Associated Press25:04 - North Korea 25:11 - The Lazerth Heist25:14 - BBC World Service 25:28 - Joanne of The Korean Vegan (@thekoreanvegan)26:06 - Jeffrey Marsh (@thejeffreymarsh)Follow Christina:Instagram - @SweetPotatoQuiltshttps://sweetpotatoquilts.com/Follow us:Amanda: @broadclothstudio https://broadclothstudio.com/Wendy: @the.weekendquilter https://the-weekendquilter.com/Anna: @waxandwanestudiohttps://www.waxandwanestudio.com/Quilt Buzz: @quilt.buzzhttps://quiltbuzzpodcast.com/Intro/Outro Music:Golden Hour by Vlad Gluschenko

    RSN Racing Pulse
    Chris Waller - Nature Strip's incredible victory in the King's Stand Stakes

    RSN Racing Pulse

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 8:45


    Master trainer Chris Waller joined us after Nature Strip's incredible victory in the King's Stand Stakes on night 1

    The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights
    Chris Waller trained Nature Strip blitzes field at UK's Royal Ascot

    The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 7:23


    Legendary trainer Chris Waller is celebrating after champion sprinter Nature Strip obliterated the field in the King's Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Whateley
    Wayne Hawkes on Nature Strip's win at Royal Ascot (15.6.22)

    Whateley

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 15:10


    Race horse trainer Wayne Hawkes joined Gerard from England to discuss Nature Strip's win at Royal Ascot and to explain what he saw from the champion sprinter in the lead up to the race.

    Adafruit Industries
    JP's Product Pick of the Week 6/14/22 NeoPixel 332 Silicone Bead Strip

    Adafruit Industries

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 0:59


    #newproductpick JP's Product Pick of the Week 6/14/22 NeoPixel 332 Silicone Bead Strip - 1/2 Meter (166 LEDs) https://www.adafruit.com/product/4865 Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------

    RSN Racing Pulse
    Rod Lyons - Nature Strip's breathtaking win in the King's Stand Stakes overnight at Royal Ascot

    RSN Racing Pulse

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 12:05


    Nature Strip's managing part-owner Rod Lyons joins us after his breathtaking win in the King's Stand Stakes overnight at Royal Ascot

    The Bloodybits Horror Show
    EP113 - Strip Nude for your Killer

    The Bloodybits Horror Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 164:51


    Hello all you Ed-Heads, Timbos, and Candice... sorry, i got distracted by all the (to quote Tim) "Tits tits tits" This week, we are joined by long time friend of the show, and creater of our album art, Wick. We are skipping around a bit in our recording order, and covering the horniest fucking Giallo i've ever seen. Strip Nude for your Killer.  First I get musical, Then Tim and candice get political, then we all get god damn sexual.   Also, Candice thinks women don't get turned on by a big ol  hard cock. I'm not equiped to answer that question, but maybe you are... Check us out on Twitter. me @eddietheaxe Tim @yobogold Candice @horrorhoochie69And Wick Also, like, rate and subscribe. And if you can https://www.patreon.com/bloodybits  

    The Busy Mom
    Hope for Prodigal Children and a New Direction for the Culture Wars with Mark and Amber Archer Part 2

    The Busy Mom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 35:44


    Porn addiction. Strip clubs. Drugs. Sex. Today, Mark and Amber Archer, the producers of the powerful documentaries “Inwood Drive” and “The Mind Polluters” join me in-studio to talk about their amazing story of coming to faith in Christ and how it changed their lives. Mark offers insight to parents who are struggling with prodigal children as well as a clarion call to men about their invaluable role in the culture today. This is a fascinating and encouraging interview about how Jesus changes lives that you will not want to miss! SHOW NOTES --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/support

    ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts
    Oncology, Etc. – In Conversation with Dr. Richard Pazdur (Part 1)

    ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 25:33


    In part one of this ASCO Education Podcast episode, director of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Oncology Center of Excellence Dr. Richard Pazdur talks with hosts Dr. David Johnson and Dr. Patrick Loehrer about his upbringing in Indiana, his family, and his circuitous route to oncology. If you liked this episode, please subscribe. Learn more at https://education.asco.org, or email us at education@asco.org.   TRANSCRIPT Dr. Pat Loehrer: Hi, I'm Pat Loehrer. I'm the director of the Center of Global Oncology and Health Equity at Indiana University. Dr. David Johnson: I'm Dave Johnson at UT Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. Pat, great to be back with another episode of Oncology, Etc, an ASCO educational podcast. We have a very special guest today, Dr. Richard Pazdur, from the FDA Oncology Center of Excellence. I'm really looking forward to this conversation. Dr. Pat Loehrer: This will be terrific. Dr. David Johnson: Yeah. You were telling me before we got started about a little event that occurred this week, maybe you want to elaborate on that for us. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Yeah, we always start out this by talking about books, and one of the books I'm drawn to today is a book called, The Emperor of All Maladies, which was written by Dr. Mukherjee several years ago. I want to read a little bit from this because it has pertinence. This is about a guy named John Cleveland. Dr. Mukherjee writes, he goes, ‘In 1973 Cleveland was a 22-year-old veterinary student in Indiana. In August that year, two months after his marriage, he discovered a rapidly enlarging lump in his right testis. He was whisked off to the operating room for surgery and returned with a scar and he was diagnosed with metastatic testis cancer. This was right around the time that Larry Einhorn came to Indiana University where he was treated with a three-drug cocktail of actinomycin-D, bleomycin, and oncovin ABO. And then he had a brief remission progressing and was treated with mithramycin mithrymicin. And then in October of 1974, he once again developed progressive disease, and Larry approached him about a new cocktail with the drug cisplatin, that had never been used before in combination, and Larry's thought was to put it together with another couple of drugs.” So, I'll just finish reading this. “In October 7, 1974, Cleveland took the gamble, he enrolled as patient zero for BVP, an acronym for the new regimen containing Bleomycin, Vinblastine and cisplatin. 10 days later, he returned for routine scans and the tumors in his lungs had vanished. He was ecstatic and mystified. He called his wife from the hospital phone. I can't remember what he said, but I told her the results. So, John was the first one cured of testis cancer. Back then it was a 5% cure rate. Today, it's 95%. He is really the hero of heroes. Last week, at this time, John had asked me to come to his hospital room because he was diagnosed with metastatic cancer of a different type. He knew that this was basically the final hours of it. And so he wanted to say goodbye to me, and it was the most touching reunion I had. Two days ago, John passed away. So, my thoughts are with him, especially his family. But also, when we think about heroes, John was one of them, and if it wasn't for him, and his first treatment, Larry might not have gone on and treated other patients with this regimen. This drug cisplatin was experimental back then it caused a lot of nausea and vomiting and didn't work in many tumors, but this was a drug that was really highlighted and approved for the treatment of bladder cancer so Hubert Humphrey could get treated, and then in testis cancer, and it's really one the really success stories of all success stories in terms of oncology, and it started out with this experimental drug from the NCI that was approved by the FDA.” So, this leads us to our guest today, Rick Pazdur who I've known for many years. He grew up in Calumet City, Illinois, which is famous as the home of the Blues Brothers and Rick Pazdur. He got his bachelor's degree from Northwestern, his medical degree from Loyola Stritch Medicine, and then did his hematology-oncology fellowship, initially his oncology fellowship at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's, where I first met Rick, and then later finished his Heme-Onc fellowship at the University of Chicago. From there, he went to Wayne State, served on the faculty there for about five or six years, and then joined the faculty at MD Anderson. He was there from 1988 to 1999. Then, we'd like to hear about this, but for some reason, it got in his head that he wanted to go to the FDA and so he moved to the FDA where he was Director of the Division of Oncology Drug Products, from 1999 to 2005, when they created the Office of Hematology Oncology Products, and he became the Director of this. More recently, he's been made the director of the FDA's Oncology Center of Excellence. He still serves as the acting director for this OHOP. Rick is an extraordinary individual. He's been awarded a number of awards. From ASCO, he got the Service Recognition Award and the Public Service Award in 2013. And the AACR also awarded him the Public Service Award in 2015. He's received numerous awards and he is probably one of the most respected oncologists that I know in this society. It's such a great pleasure to have you here today, Rick. Dr. Richard Pazdur: My pleasure, Pat. My pleasure entirely. I look forward to the conversation. Dr. David Johnson: Pat, you left out one award. He got so many awards that you can't list them all, but I was impressed that he got this award for the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center's – The 100 list. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Yeah, we made the cut-off. Dr. David Johnson: I have no idea what that is. Dr. Pat Loehrer: We were on the 1001 list. We made that one. The only thing I want to throw into is that when I first met Rick, when I was a resident or an intern, I think, he was on the service with Phil Bonomi, who is very important for me for my thymoma research, but there was an oncology nurse on the service, Mary Lind, who was a terrific oncology nurse as they all are. But it turned out there was more chemistry that went on. So, Rick ended up marrying Mary, and I'm sure he'll tell some stories. We'll come back to that in a little bit, too. Dr. David Johnson: Yeah, this is really exciting. So, let's get started. Rick, maybe you could tell us a little bit about your background and what got you into medicine in the early part of your career. Dr. Richard Pazdur: I had an interesting story. Pat had mentioned Calumet City home as a Blues Brothers. That was the orphanage in the movie. It was located in Calumet City. But what you don't know about Calumet City is that the real kind of nickname for Calumet City in the 50s 60s 40s was 'Sin City'. It has the honor of having the greatest number of liquor licenses in the United States. And in Calumet City, which was on the border of Hammond, Indiana, and Calumet City, they're kind of Sister Cities. They're one in Illinois, Calumet City. And Hammond is in Indiana, obviously, there was this strip, and it was called ‘The Strip' and it had all of these bars and floor shows with Sally Rand and gambling. If you walk down there, which I never did as a kid, but drove down there with my father some time just traversing the city, those lights were so bright, it was just like Las Vegas, basically. So, you had that Strip and that went on for maybe three, four, or five blocks. And then you have the rest of the city that I grew up in, which was primarily a Polish Catholic city, which I am kind of a representative of being 100% polish. There were scattered bars throughout the city. In fact, my fondest memory is sleeping in bed at 3 o'clock in the morning or 2 o'clock in the morning, awakening to people running out of a bar, which was 50 feet or 100 feet from my bedroom window. They were screaming and yelling and cursing and everything and throwing beer bottles at each other. And in those days, obviously, as you remember, in the 60s, there was no air conditioning. So, the bar was called The Tropical Inn. Let me tell you this, there was nothing tropical about it and there was nothing 'in' about it. Dr. David Johnson: That background might have driven…. Dr. Richard Pazdur: That was not what I would call a highbrow area, but I enjoyed it. It was a fabulous childhood that I had. Most people don't know this. So, I will share this with you because it really had an indelible mark on my life and something that really transformed my childhood and my high school years and my college years, and my medical school years. When I was about in seventh or eighth grade, my father who was basically a blue-collar factory worker, developed glaucoma, and he went blind at a very early age. And that threw the family into not only emotional turmoil but also economic turmoil. I survived basically by getting Social Security dependent income and had to work at a very early age. I started as a dishwasher. My mother lied about my age so I could start working at a crummy restaurant in Calumet City as a dishwasher and I worked throughout school, but that experience really made me grow up really fast if I could say so. You didn't have a childhood, you had to be responsible because there was really no security blanket to fall back on. Although my parents didn't have a lot of money, they really had very good emotional support for me and both my father and my mother came from very large, Polish families. My mother had nine children in her family. She was right in the middle. And so, I had many cousins and many aunts and uncles and my father had seven children in his family and he was the oldest boy. So, there was a lot of support there, but obviously not a lot of financial support. So, it really made me grow up relatively quickly and really come to some of life's lessons, relatively fast like discrimination against disabled people, which I will always remember. When I was a boy, I remember going with my father walking and obviously he had a white cane, but walking down the street, people would actually cross the street to avoid us. They just didn't want to confront that anxiety. I don't know if it was discrimination or if they just felt uncomfortable dealing with it. When you go to a restaurant, people raise their voices, like the man was mentally impaired and that wasn't the case. Dr. Pat Loehrer: I'm sorry to interrupt you just for a second because I read this somewhere and I think it's important to throw in. So, you graduated from high school in three years? Dr. Richard Pazdur: Yes, that's what I was gonna say. I graduated and I worked during that time also. These jobs were not like jobs that kids have now as consultants or internships, these were like real jobs as a janitor, a gardener, or a packer in a grocery store. You had to do it and you had to compartmentalize your life to get things done, basically. But you were driven to do things and I'm thankful for that experience really. I even use it now when I'm facing turmoil in my life. I look back at that time and say to myself, Rick, if you did it then as a 12-year-old kid, a 14-year-old kid, you could do anything. So, it really fostered a sense of responsibility, self-awareness, and the need to do things for yourself and get going on yourself. because nobody's going to help you in a sense. I'm very grateful for that. Dr. David Johnson: Rick, at what point did you decide to become a physician? How did that experience really drive you into that field? Dr. Richard Pazdur: Well, I spent a great deal of time in the lobby of the University of Chicago hospital with my father. I was the primary caregiver and went with him to his doctor's appointments. I can't tell you the number of hours I spent in the lobby of that hospital. I was very interested in science. I was very interested in really helping people because of that background. I really had a great deal of clarity, though. I remember, when I was maybe a freshman or sophomore in high school, I wrote for the Northwestern Medical School catalog, because I thought I would be going to Northwestern undergraduate, I already decided in my own mind that that's where I wanted to go. I just got their medical school catalog and I was thumbing through it, and I remember this vividly sitting on my bedroom floor next to the window that was 50 feet away from the bar, basically, and was looking through the medical school catalog and seeing all these names of this doctor, head of neurology, assistant professor, associate professor. I said, “Hell, if I'm going to be a doctor, I want to be one of these people. I want to be the best doctor. I want to be teaching the physician here and doing research.” So, unlike most kids today that have to find themselves, like, ‘I'm going to take 8 years to complete college or something like that and take a year off to find myself.' I had to be very, very focused on what I wanted to do. So, I really worked very hard during it through time. I don't regret it, as I say. I went to Northwestern undergraduate and had a fantastic experience there. I graduated in three years as I mentioned. I had a special interest there that most people don't know about. The people at the FDA know about it. I did these pre-med courses but I had a really special interest in the field of sociology, and actually was toying with the idea if I didn't get into medical school to pursue a Ph.D. in Sociology and become an academic sociologist. If you remember and both of you are of this age. Dr. Pat Loehrer: David is, not me. Dr. Richard Pazdur: Okay. David might know of the Vietnam War. This was right around the time of Kent State and closing down the schools, I'm sure you remember that, for the colleges, etc. Nobody went into business or anything like that. It was a sociology, psychology, and anthropology type of things people were interested in. My love was this field, and I did a lot of research on it. I remember one of the professors that probably had the most influence on me, a woman called Zena Smith Blau, who was a sociologist, and I did multiple research projects and independent studies. The first thing when I took her first course, she assigned us a paper and she said, write about yourself, ‘What makes you unique? I went to see her and I said, ‘I really don't know exactly what you mean by this.' She said, ‘Well, how different are you?' And I said, ‘Well, my parents are children of Polish immigrants, and I really know the Polish community in Chicago fairly well.' She said, ‘That's it Rick, that's what your specialty will be.' I did multiple research projects on this area with her. Some of them were like the assimilation of Polish immigrants with regard to urban-rural origin. Another one was working-class youth in Chicago, and mobility based on education and high school part-time employment. So, that was a fantastic experience that is totally outside of what I did in my future. Dr. David Johnson: We asked our listeners to submit questions because we knew you were coming on. We did get a question that perhaps is appropriate to ask at this time. It comes from a younger trainee, who wants to know what advice you would give to a trainee aspiring to have a clinical investigative career in oncology? What sort of preparation should they have? Obviously, you've got to learn all of the techniques of clinical trial designs, statistics, etc. But what other advice would you give a trainee hoping to pursue a career in clinical investigation? Dr. Richard Pazdur: I think one's career always has to go back to the basics and have a patient focus. So, what is your interest in the patient, so to speak? And that is what advice I would give them. Are you interested in a supportive care issue? Are you interested in a specific disease? I think you have to follow a passion and that is what is most important to me. What is your passion in life? Because as physicians, we spend a great deal of time preparing for our careers and then subsequently afterward, in our designated careers, and you really can't approach this as a job. It has to be a passion. So, if you do have this, what are the questions that you really want to answer? What is the field that you want to go into and make an indelible mark in? So, that's what I come from, and that's something that I tell our staff is: what do you really want to do? What makes you happy? What would make you a success in your mind? Not defining yourself by somebody else. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Finish the story a little bit. Was it a patient then that turned you on to oncology? What brought you into oncology? Dr. Richard Pazdur: I had a very circuitous circular route to oncology. Oh my God! I don't know if you have enough time to hear this story, but let me start though. I originally went to medical school because of my background in sociology. I wanted to become a psychiatrist because here again, I thought psychiatry, sociology, and psychology, these are kinds of things I was interested in until I took my first rotation in psychiatry. It was nothing like I thought it was going to be. I saw my first patient that got ECT (Electroconvulsive Therapy) and I said, 'I ain't doing this.' So, I was then interested in cardiology. Loyola at that time where I was going to medical school and where I did my internship and residency, had a huge cardiology program that was like CAST city, USA. Everybody was just coming into the hospital getting CAST and going out of the hospital. Dr. Pat Loehrer: [Unintelligible 18:13] was there, right? Dr. Richard Puzdar: Yes. Mary Kate [Unintelligible 18:18]'s father was the head of medicine there. And it had a huge cardiology program and an excellent cardiology program. I really did like Clinical Oncology, and I was all signed up for a cardiology fellowship, the Ts were crossed, the dots were placed, the contract signed, and everything. And somebody said, ‘Rick, why don't you take a rotation while you're a resident in the cath lab? We have an opening and this would be a great time and opportunity for you to jumpstart your fellowship. So, you can come and work for us in the middle of your third year of residency for about two or three months.' So, I did that and I hated it. I just dreaded it. I couldn't stand it. It was the most boring thing. I would think of every opportunity to escape the Cath lab. It was the same thing over and over and over again, inject the dye, turn on the [Unintelligible19:16] machine, and follow the coronary arteries. So, I happened to go to a community hospital, St. Francis in Evanston, Illinois, and I met an oncologist there that had just finished her fellowship. I really was very impressed by her clinical skills. She had finished her fellowship at the University of Chicago and worked with her there and was just amazed by really the quality of care that the oncologist gave patients with cancer. Previous to that, I had an interest also in oncology. At Loyola at that time, we had an oncologist his name was Ketty Badrinath, and he was an excellent clinical teacher. Now that I decided that I'm not going into cardiology, the first problem I have is to find a job and to find a fellowship in oncology. So, I started investigating oncology programs at St. Francis Hospital there. I went down to the gift shop and I said, I want $10 worth of quarters. I went to a payphone, closed the door of the payphone, dialed information, and got every oncology program that I could think of from Mayo Clinic to all of the programs in Chicago. One of my last phone calls was to Rush Presbyterian. I found that program director, Jules Harris, I don't know if you remember him, and he said, “We have an opening.” So, I accepted the position. At the end of June, whatever it was, June 27, 1979. I started my oncology fellowship program. Now Oncology at that time in Chicago, to give you a picture of it, the largest program in oncology was at Rush. It had a total of 12 people. And the therapy started at Rush around solid tumors really in the endocrine therapies of prostate cancer and breast cancer. So, it was a different program than most programs throughout the United States that were offshoots of Hematology programs and the treatment of acute leukemia and lymphomas. So, it had a really kind of different orientation. So, I started my fellowship. And on the first day, I met Phil Bonomi, who had a tremendous influence and still has an influence over me. I know no doctor that I respect most more than Phil. I think the greatest compliment that one could give a doctor is to refer your own family to him. And I've done it on numerous occasions with various cousins and aunts and uncles, etc. But as you mentioned, Pat, I also had the opportunity to meet my wife. And I met her and at first, we were very good friends and there was no romantic relationship. And then, as time proceeded, we knew that there was something special there. My wife was just a wonderful person. Like myself, my wife was pretty much a self-made person. She was one of eight children, the oldest daughter. As the oldest daughter, she had to assume a lot of childcare responsibilities, cooking, etc, for all of her brothers and sisters and took care of the younger children. But she was an excellent student. She graduated first in her class. She was a national merit finalist. I often asked my wife, ‘Mary, you're a nurse, are you interested in going into medicine? I'll be happy to work with you to get you into medical school.' And she said, ‘No, you want to go into medicine, I want to go into nursing.' That was her orientation toward other people. It wasn't about the buck. It wasn't about the title. It was about the work of helping other people. I really have to honor her mother and father who gave her that orientation. Of interest, all of her sisters are nurses. Her mother was actually a school nurse, and an original graduate of Rush. She went to Rush Nursing School in the 50s but had to leave because at that time in the 1950s, if you got married, you can't be in nursing school, they kicked you out. So, it shows you how times have changed.   Dr. Pat Loehrer: Well, this concludes part one of our interview with Dr. Richard Pazdur who is the director of the US Food and Drug Administration's Oncology Center of Excellence. Stay tuned for part two of this conversation where we'll hear how cancer has touched his life personally and will explore the initiatives and programs, he started to improve patient care globally.   Thank you to all of our listeners for tuning into Oncology, Etc. This is an ASCO education podcast where we'll talk about just about everything and anything. If you have an idea for a topic or guests you'd like to see on the show, please email us at education@asco.org. Have a good week.   Unknown Speaker: Thank you for listening to the ASCO Education podcast. To stay up to date with the latest episodes. Please click subscribe. Let us know what you think by leaving a review. For more information, visit the comprehensive education center at education.asco.org.   The purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guest statements on the podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement.    

    Adafruit Industries
    JP's Product Pick of the Week 6/14/22 NeoPixel 332 Strip 1/2 meter

    Adafruit Industries

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 16:50


    JP's Product Pick of the Week 6/14/22 NeoPixel 332 Strip 1/2 meter DEEP discount during the livestream here! https://www.adafruit.com/product/4865 Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------

    RSN Racing Pulse
    Rod Lyons managing part owner of Nature Strip ahead of the King's Stand Stakes tonight at Royal Ascot

    RSN Racing Pulse

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 8:06


    Nature Strip's managing part-owner Rod Lyons joins us live from the UK ahead of his Royal Ascot assignment tonight in the Kings Stand

    The Busy Mom
    From Pornography to Purity, the Mark and Amber Archer Story Part 1

    The Busy Mom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 32:41


    Porn addiction. Strip clubs. Drugs. Sex. Today, Mark and Amber Archer, the producers of the powerful documentaries “Inwood Drive” and “The Mind Polluters” join me in-studio to talk about their amazing story of coming to faith in Christ and how it changed their lives. This is a fascinating and encouraging interview about how Jesus changes lives that you will not want to miss! SHOW NOTES --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/support

    Everyday Black Men
    You Can Strip From Home

    Everyday Black Men

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 78:26


    This episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast finds our cast joined by special guests, the Black Libertarian and the Rider. We start this episode by picking up on how Kendrick Lamar messed up in challenging Drake's numbers. You can't trip over a rock without it mentioning how you feel about all of YSL getting locked up, so we had to discuss it. Sham questions if people understand the Gremlin thought process, and we go on one too many Kodak Black tangents. The Black Libertarian goes into one a graphic topic, and we mark it with a rated M for Mature for the two minutes we stay on it. Riker laments that men and women don't live the same lives, while the Rider questions how you can be a bum with average money. We close the podcast with more car facts than a dealer's report, Reed discussing how people can afford this current life living together, and much more before we bring the podcast to a close.

    The Chet Buchanan Show
    Off the Strip w/Melinda Sheckells! 6/10/22

    The Chet Buchanan Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 7:49


    Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out this clip OR offthestrip.com for all the best information on what's going on in Las Vegas this weekend!

    Fescoe in the Morning
    06/10 HR 1 – Friday Morning Sweat Box

    Fescoe in the Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 62:58


    - Strip club emcee's - How fast can you throw a baseball - Tony LaRussa does a dumb thing

    Feel Amazing Naked
    Strip It Down Friday: Ping Pong Balls

    Feel Amazing Naked

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 4:24


    Strip it down Friday Edition where in less than 5 minutes, I will help you strip down a seemingly overwhelming topic and give an action plan to implement it right into your life!   This Week: Ping Pong Balls For More Info Go To:  https://feelamazingnaked.com/podcast/

    Black and White Sports Podcast
    Abortion activist STRIP DOWN and protest in Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church DISRUPTING Sunday Service!

    Black and White Sports Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 7:44


    Abortion activist STRIP DOWN and protest in Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church DISRUPTING Sunday Service!