After almost 13 years, Kay Clements is leaving her position as general manager of this radio station. Her dog Sully is leaving as well. We chatted with Kay about her career path, and her time at KHNS. The post Newscast – September 26 2023 first appeared on KHNS Radio | KHNS FM.
We spend some time with Mike and Sully in Monstropolis as we look back at Pixar and Disney's 4th film, 2001's Monsters, Inc. Find more Dis-Order: Every Disney Movie through the official RF4RM social media channels: Web | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Rate, review, & subscribe to Dis-Order on: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher Your feedback is appreciated. Send emails to email@example.com
The court puts the spy back in spiteful when Cam Sully (“Jacked Up Review Show Podcast”) defends the absurdly-titled 2002 action film, “Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever.” *** Prosecutor: Ryan Luis Rodriguez. Defense: Cam Sully. Judge: Big Ben Haslar. Jurors: Dylan J. Schlender, Maynard Bangs, Big Ben Haslar. *** Advisory: Silvana Carranza. Prologue: Kirk R. Thatcher. Original Theme: WT Golden.
The Cincinnati Reds endured a heartbreaking loss to the Minnesota Twins...but they aren't done yet. The NL Wild Card is still attainable for the Reds despite how the ninth inning unfolded with Jonathan India's error and Alexis Diaz' blown save. Also, why the Reds loss to the Twins did not knock them out of the NL Wild Card race as the other teams in the race, the Arizona Diamondbacks, Miami Marlins, and Chicago Cubs, are not playing well, either. Sully from Locked On MLB joins to talk about the crazy NL Wild Card picture. Join the Locked On Reds Subtext and text with Jeff! Follow this link: https://joinsubtext.com/lockedonreds Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Welcome back guys! Just me on the mic today addressing the question I get all the time about what the rules are on competing in multiple organizations. Can you? What happens if you do? Tune in to find out. Want to chat about the episodes and be a part of our weekly podcast group gatherings? Search for the group called “The ‘Everything Else' in Bodybuilding Podcast Insiders!” And come join the conversation. Additional Resources: -Getting ready for a OCB, NPC, or Fitness Universe show and want to learn how to pose? Register for the next virtual posing clinic at http://www.learntopose.com -Want to feel fully prepared on stage at your competition? 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Learn more at: www.posingwinsshows.com Key Takeaways: *My background on this subject (3:40) *Why people want to switch between organizations (6:30) *An overview of the rules on switching organizations (11:10) *Why some of my virtual posing clinics are official and some aren't (13:15) *Why where you hold your Pro card status matters if you want to switch organizations (14:55) *Virtual posing clinics at learntopose.com (17:33) --TRANSCRIPT-- Welcome back to the show guys! I hope you have been enjoying listening to the men's perspective on bodybuilding and fitness with the addition of my new weekly discussion episodes with my husband Vassilios hosting with me. He and I will be back again later this week with another episode. We also record these live every week in the Everything Else in bodybuilding podcast insiders Facebook group in case you want to watch these episodes and participate in the discussion in real time. But today it's just me here sharing some of my thoughts on a topic that I think is very important for those who wish to compete in more than one federation. Over the years the bodybuilding industry has changed a lot and more and more federations have popped up giving people new opportunities to compete in their local area. There are also the federations that have grown into empires with a large pool of participants and a large number of shows around the country and world. With this many organizations and opportunities to compete, I've had many people ask me what are the rules on changing federations? I've mentioned it before that many coaches will align with a particular federation and only coach athletes for shows within that federation. Some coaches will only coach athletes for drug tested federations because of their strong belief in natural bodybuilding. Some coaches will only coach for NPC because they believe that their federation is the only one of value in the bodybuilding industry. And some don't care where you compete and will coach you anywhere you wish to go. This is relevant for posing coaches too. Many stay in their lane and coach for the division they competed in themselves. Some will only coach for the federation they competed with. There is nothing wrong with specializing in one area. For example, when I was searching for an orthopedic for an injury, I had to weed through the orthopedics on the office roster to find a doctor that worked on the area of the body I needed help with. Just like in bodybuilding there are specialists within specialists. This is very common. I consider what I personally do uncommon because because my speciality is posing for ALL bodybuilding federations and all men and women divisions. I work with hundreds of athletes a year and this year alone I've taught posing for athletes in over 10 federations. My current roster includes men and women bodybuilders, classic physique competitors, wellness competitors, figure competitors, bikini competitors, men's physique competitors, women's physique competitors, fit body competitors, glamour, and the list goes on. In any given day I will switch between all the divisions by the hour. And my virtual group classes will include anywhere between 3-5 divisions in one hour. Yes, in one of my classes, I will manage, teach, and provide value to men and women in 5 divisions at ONCE. Wonder how I provide value to so many? Well you have to come and see. Right now in one of my classes that has 5 divisions, most of these students have been in the classes for 9 months. Those who leave tend to come back. And many tell their friends and teammates about the classes. So my speciality is very specific in that it's posing for all of bodybuilding, but it is much broader than what you are going to find anywhere else. The reason I say all of this, is because my experience means I know all the different nuances among the federations. And today I'm going to share my thoughts on some dos and don'ts and spoken and unspoken rules when switching between federations. Let me first say that there are two very different paths you can take in bodybuilding. One path is drug tested federations like the OCB, WNBF, INBA/PNBA, Musclemania, Fitness Universe, USBF, and so on. And the other path is the non drug tested federations like the NPC/IFBB and the WBFF. Some people are surprised to hear that WBFF is not drug tested. It is in fact not. By the way just because you compete in a drug tested federation doesn't mean everyone is honest. There have been many people caught using banned substances in drug tested federations. The INBA/PNBA even has a “wall of shame” where they will put your picture on their website to make sure everyone knows you are banned from their federation for lying about drug use. And just because you compete in non drug tested federations doesn't mean you are on drugs. I've competed and won shows in the NPC and competed on the WBFF pro World stage too. I am 100% natural. You can absolutely compete in these federations if you are drug free. I think the biggest issue today with people coming into the sport is that these non drug tested federations have a different interpretation of acceptable amount of muscle. So it's not that you can't compete there, it's a question on whether you will be COMPETITIVE when you compete there. This is one reason people switch between federations. If you look at the amount of muscle on the figure, women's physique, classic, wellness, and open bodybuilding competitors in the IFBB, which is where you compete when you get your pro card in the NPC, and compare it to the amount of muscle in a federation like the OCB for example, you will see there is a dramatic difference in overall size and hardness of the muscles. I think it's safe to say that if you are a pro in any of these divisions in the IFBB you are on a completely different path than the OCB. In my opinion, you cannot build the amount of size these people carry without drugs. Unless you are that 1% of the population like 5x Figure Olympian champion Cydney Dillon who claims to be a natural athlete. Which leads me to the bikini and men's physique categories. These categories were introduced to bodybuilding as more entry level divisions for those who are new to the sport and don't have the years of training and muscle building behind them to be competitive in the other categories. Originally the descriptions of these categories even said “beach body.” Adding these categories was the boost bodybuilding promoters needed because it dramatically increased the amount of people capable of competing in shows. Which increased registrants and audience attendance. This goes for all bodybuilding federations. The beauty of these divisions has made it possible for people from all walks of life, all ages, to have an incredible physical transformation and compete in a show as a way to showcase it. In fact, the largest growing age group reaching out to me for posing assistance are men and women over 50. It's a beautiful thing to hear their stories and how many of them always wanted to compete but things never aligned in life to do so until now. So where do they go? Where do they compete? NPC non drug tested? Drug tested? A lot of them compete in BOTH. Because from a physique and acceptable level of muscle standpoint, as an amateur, and let me be clear that this is an an amateur, there are much more people capable of being competitive in either drug tested or not drug tested federations on the local and national level. Once you get to the pro level with the non drug tested federations, it's a different conversation because the level of muscle and leanness is on another level. But locally as an amateur, you can absolutely do well in either federation if you are a bikini or men's physique competitor. Many new to competing look to see what shows are offered in their local area. With NPC being a very large federation they have thousands of shows around the country. Not every drug tested federation has competitions in every state like the NPC does. In fact many drug tested federations have a presence in a specific region of the country. So if you are in a state that doesn't have shows offered, especially if you are new, you are not likely to want to pay for airfare, car rental, and additional hotel time just because you want to do your first show. So most people compete locally at first. Which brings me to the rules on switching federations. Many new people to bodybuilding compete and win their pro status very quickly in the non drug tested federations but for various reasons want to compete with other organizations besides the one they are a pro in. These reasons range from: wanting more stage time, not feeling like they are ready to compete with the pros yet, and many competitors who get a master's pro card (which is a pro card for those in a category over a certain age), are disappointed to see the number of shows offered to master's only pro competitors is very limited, and they want to compete more. Can you do this? Overall as an amateur you can do whatever you want. And I encourage you to get on stage more than once for more experience. Plus you worked really hard to get on stage for your show, why would't you want to do more than one after all that work? The day goes by so fast. However, once you get a pro card, the rules as a professional in each organization are different. And you have to read the fine print. Or feel free reach out and ask me or ask in our podcast insiders group. In general, if you get a pro card in the NPC and become an IFBB pro, you are discouraged from competing elsewhere. You sign contracts when competing too. IFBB is very restrictive. In fact, I have judged for 4 federations in the bodybuilding industry. A couple years ago I reached out to the NPC district chairman in my region and offered to judge the local NPC shows in my area. I was asked to provide a resume so I did. I described my experience as both a head judge and a panel judge for multiple organizations, a champion competitor in the NPC, my decades of experience, and so on. The response I received was black or white. I was told that if I wanted to judge for the NPC then I can no longer judge for any other federation. This was just judging you guys. You don't make a living judging. In fact you get paid pretty much just gas money when you judge a show. You are a judge because you love the sport and want to give back to it. Which was my intent. Needless to say, I decided not to judge for the NPC and to instead give back to NPC competitors by continuing to help with their posing and choreography with the business that I own and operate full time and make my living with. I am proud of being versatile in the bodybuilding industry and love that in the past year alone I judged the Fitness America and Musclemania weekend in Hollywood last November, head judged for the WNBF pro am show in NY, and judged multiple pro am shows for the OCB too. Not one of these three federations ever asked me to not judge anywhere else. In fact, I have the honor of doing the official OCB virtual posing clinics every month. Marjorie and Sully both thank me for doing them and tell me how much they appreciate what I am doing for their athletes. They tell me they appreciate me. They feel that what I do is a service to their athletes. And they know I teach and judge for other federations. In addition, I'm about to launch official virtual posing clinics for the Fitness Universe and Musclemania organization too, beginning October 1st. Fitness Universe is nothing like the OCB organization. Competing in OCB and Fitness Universe is nothing like the other. They are completely different so they aren't competitors if you ask me. Regardless, each owner knows I teach across all federations for my full time job and they both believe that what I provide their athletes is a great service to them. I do also have NPC virtual posing clinics going on monthly right now, but they are not official, and, as you probably guessed, this is because I teach for other organizations. They provide the athletes in the NPC the exact same in value and education custom to the federation. In fact, one of my previous NPC clinic attendees said she learned more in 15 minutes at my virtual posing clinic than she did at an in person event run by the organization. So if you are thinking of competing in any of these organizations I highly recommend you start with one of my virtual posing clinics. I have them all listed on my website learntopose.com if you scroll down to the services section. So again, what you can and cannot do once you are a pro or working professionally within an organization depends on the organization. Many competitors fear they will lose their pro card if they compete elsewhere. If you are an IFBB pro, you will be discouraged from competing elsewhere. As an amateur, no one is going to prevent you from competing at a NPC show if you ran across the street and did an OCB show. Again, it depends on amateur versus pro status. Now let's talk pro status in the natural federations. The OCB had a rule that if you were an OCB pro and you competed in a non drug tested federation you would no longer be eligible to compete as an OCB pro. A large number of athletes reached out the OCB and voiced their concerns that they wanted to compete locally so they didn't need to fly to compete and there were NPC shows in their area. Last year the OCB heard the athletes and removed their rule. So going forward as an OCB pro athlete you can compete where you want and not risk losing your pro status. A large number of other drug tested federations have actually signed a pact amongst each other that allows you to compete as a pro in their federation no matter where you received your pro status. A pro is a pro to them. So you are not discouraged at all to compete in other federations. They don't care. Other federations will discourage you from competing elsewhere but don't make a big stink out of it and disallow you from coming back. They prefer that you not win a show and take money and to leave, but that's not a requirement. The three main pro federations that draw a line in the sand once you become a pro are the IFBB, WBFF, and Muclemania/Fitness Universe. You do risk your pro status when you leave and compete elsewhere. You will have to re-qualify for it. But again this is the pro level where you are now competing on stages and, with the exception of Fitness Universe and Musclemania, you are earning money within that organization. Once you start earning money things change. Up until that point as an amateur you can pretty much do whatever you want. Some coaches will say you can't cross over but that's really just their opinion and people being drama. Alright guys I hope you found this episode helpful. Let me know by commenting, liking, and subscribing to the podcast! Head on over to the everything else in bodybuilding podcast insiders group on Facebook and join the conversation too. And if you are getting ready for a show and want to learn how to pose and be competitive on stage in your category, I have official virtual posing clinics for the OCB every month, next one October 7th. and, beginning September 30th, I'm starting back up my NPC virtual posing clinics too, and finally one more big announcement, on October 1st I will be hosting my first official Fitness Universe virtual posing clinic. Fitness Universe is great for those interested in trying a federation with production like a tv show and divisions that include male and female model. A list of all clinics can be found on my website learntopose.com in the services section. Alright I'll be back later this week with my husband for our weekly discussion. See you later!
Uncharted - Episode 262: Get ready for an adventure, Normies, as we hunt for treasure once again and talk Uncharted! The Playstation action video game franchise has often been compared to action movies so they went ahead and turned it into one. Your hosts talk discount Spider-man mixed with discount Indiana Jones, so grab your lucky ring and head to Papa Johns to dig up a solid gold episode! You don't need a mustache to click these links. @NormiesLikeUs https://www.instagram.com/normieslikeus/ @jacob https://www.instagram.com/jacob/ @JoeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/joehasinsta/ @MikeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/mikehasinsta/ https://letterboxd.com/BabblingBrooksy/ https://letterboxd.com/hobbes72/ https://letterboxd.com/mikejromans/
Kelly and Mark tackle this excellent episode - we hope you enjoy it! "Dr. Mike, Matthew, Brian and Daniel find a seriously wounded Sully and move him to a cave near the homestead so they can nurse him back to health while hiding him. Dr. Mike starts working to clear Sully's name." All That Matters originally aired on October 4, 1997 Now there's a place to buy Dr QuinnCast Merchandise! https://www.etsy.com/shop/ForYourLittleHouse Maybe you want something a little more handmade? Kelly has her own Etsy store where you can find tons of amazing handcrafted items with a focus on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and more! - please take a look! https://www.etsy.com/shop/HandCraftLittleHouse
In episode 184 of the podcast, we're joined by Sully (vocals) and Josh (drums) of the UK band Grove Street. We talk the band's beginnings, what it's like touring the UK and Europe, and their banger of a debut full length, ‘The Path to Righteousness', out September 29th, 2023 on Australian label UNFD. This is a fun one! (P.S. Listen closely during the episode for your chance to win something from the Podioslave team.) Check out Grove Street here: IG/Twitter/X: @grovestreethc Check out UNFD here: IG/Twitter/X: @unfdcentral Photo: Derek Bremner IG/Twitter/X: @del_photos We'd love for everyone to hear this episode! Support the Podioslave family by rating, subscribing, sharing, storying, tweeting, etc — you get the vibe. Peace, love, and Podioslave. Check us out here: Web: www.podioslave.com IG/Twitter/X/TikTok: @Podioslave Youtube: Podioslave Podcast Email: Podioslavepodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/podioslave-podcast1/support
Amanda DiGiacomo sits down with Melissa Rossiter the Senior Marketing Specialist for Blue Zones Project – Bakersfield and Chelsey Hall the President and Co-owner of Modern Grub as they discuss why nutrition is so important for your overall health. Melissa explains where the 5 Blue Zones are located and the 9 things (The Power 9) they all have in common such as nutrition. This led to Blue Zone Project - Bakersfield to partner with Modern Grub to give our community healthier food alternatives. Modern Grub is a great resource to use on your health and fitness journey since they have pre-made meal prep meals. If you have been struggling with eating healthy please tune into this week's episode. Melissa Rossiter is the senior marketing specialist for Blue Zones Project – Bakersfield. She is excited to use her skills in storytelling and public relations to share how this inspiring project will help transform the health and wellness of the community where she grew up. With a career spanning 20+ years, Melissa has worked as a newspaper reporter/editor, TV news producer and in various marketing roles in Kern County. Melissa has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications with an emphasis in Journalism from California State University, Bakersfield. She has a unique blend of skills and experience, including media relations, graphic design, marketing/branding and event planning. Prior to joining Blue Zones Project, Melissa worked at Kern County Behavioral Health & Recovery Services on its public information team, where she managed and supported the department's marketing, engagement, and branding efforts. She also discovered a passion for advocating for mental health by overseeing the messaging and design efforts for awareness campaigns during Mental Health Awareness Month in May and National Recovery Month and Suicide Prevention Month in September. Chelsey Hall is the President and Co-owner of Modern Grub, Inc here in Bakersfield, California- Bakersfield's CLEAN Meal Prep Company and At-Home Delivery Service. She has been in the grocery retail business since 2000 and has had a passion for nutrition, health and wellness for as long as she can remember. After studying Nutrition and Business Administration at Cal State University of Bakersfield she made the jump from the Grocery Industry into the Restaurant and Food Packaging Industry. She started Modern Grub in 2014 after recognizing the gaps in the Health and Wellness Industry in Bakersfield, noticing that the area was lacking in healthy eating options compared to other California cities similar in size. After ten years in business Modern Grub has successfully partnered with some amazing organizations like Kern Health Systems, the Bakersfield Police Department, the Kern County Sheriff's Department, Motor City Buick GMC, A3 Sports Performance, Local Nursing Facilities, Sully's Neighbourhood Markets, and now Blue Zones Project of Bakersfield where Chelsey now fills the role of Co-Chair for the Grocery and Restaurant Sector. Modern Grub is open seven days a week. Walk-ins are welcomed every day. They also deliver to homes and offices and help coordinate Wellness Programs in corporate offices. LEARN MORE ABOUT BLUE ZONE PROJECT: Website: https://bakersfield.bluezonesproject.com/ Instagram: bzpbbakersfield Facebook: Blue_Zones_Project_Bakersfield LinkedIn: Blue_Zones_Project LEARN MORE ABOUT MODERN GRUB: Website: https://eatmoderngrub.com/ Phone: 661-695-9006 Address: 1100 Calloway Drive, Unit 100 Instagram: modern_grub Facebook: Modern_Grub
In this Locked On Twins/Locked On MLB crossover, Brandon joins Sully to chat about the MLB at large and, of course, the Twins as they inch closer and closer to an AL Central crown. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Kevin Sullivan - 21 Gun Salute Podcast - Meet Kevin "Sully" Sullivan, a former Air Force C-130 Navigator who faced adversity head-on after an injury in Iraq forced his early retirement. In the depths of depression, he had a choice: succumb to despair or chart a new course. Fast forward 14 years, and Sully is a thriving Physician Assistant with a beautiful family. Discover his inspiring journey on the Twenty One Gun Podcast, now part of Compound Media with Pete A Turner bringing the Break It Down Show Style. Support Sully at or follow Twenty One Gun Podcast on all social media and platforms. Please support the Break It Down Show by doing a monthly subscription to the show All of the money you invest goes directly to supporting the show! For the of this episode head to Haiku Injured, he soared high, Sully's strength, the sky his guide, New life, family's pride. Similar episodes: Lord Nelson Bryan Fuller Rico Alvies Join us in supporting Save the Brave as we battle PTSD. Executive Producer/Host: Pete A Turner Producer: Damjan Gjorgjiev Writer: Dragan Petrovski The Break It Down Show is your favorite best, new podcast, featuring 5 episodes a week with great interviews highlighting world-class guests from a wide array of shows.
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5328709/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0_tt_0_nm_8_q_sullivan%2520fitz Sullivan "Sully" Fitzgerald, a native of Niagara Falls, NY, is a graduate of Syracuse University's Newhouse School with a BS in Television, Radio & Film and a minor in Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises. He is an alumni of the highly-competitive Television Academy Foundation Internship Program and was assigned to the drama development department of ABC Studios, Fitzgerald was excited by the fast-paced, writer-driven world of dramatic series. Not only did the world of television appeal to his professional interests, but it addressed his creative desire to write. Fitzgerald is currently working as a story editor on the Paramount+ reboot of Criminal Minds and has sold a graphic novel entitled The Ferryman to Aftershock Comics. However, he has experience in several writers rooms in a supporting capacity including: Criminal Minds (CBS), Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (CBS), Nashville (ABC), and State of Affairs (NBC). He also worked as a Development Associate at Erica Messer Productions for several development cycles. https://twitter.com/sullyfitzgerald Connect with your host Kaia Alexander: https://entertainmentbusinessleague.com/ https://twitter.com/thisiskaia Produced by Stuart W. Volkow P.G.A. Get career training and a free ebook “How to Pitch Anything in 1Min.” at www.EntertainmentBusinessLeague.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Whats Up Folk! Welcome to the podcast, in todays episode we get into the following: (1) A quick brief on whether or not Dillon Danis may be going to far with his promo for his upcoming fight with Logan Paul (2) Is Diddy really giving back his artist publishing right out of the goodness of his heart? (3) It is alleged that "Brick Woman" may have gotten ANOTHER scam off on the people with the alleged assault that took place. Apparently she ran the same play in 2020. (4)A conversation I had with a homegirl made me think about what does a relationship truly gain when one partners always say no to the other partner when they know one partner enjoys something sexually, i.e Giving Head lol(5)#WylinAlert #WylinAlert I was talking to a couple today and them folk asked me if i wanted to be "A Known Donor", at 23 that would've went in one ear and out the other. At 32, thats a totally different thought! Which makes me think about what its like to have babies with women you barely know or even like, yikes! (6) Watching "Top Boy" over the weekend made realize the mentality between Americans and Europeans when it comes to gun possession after a scene where Sully did a home invasion to retrieve stolen drugs. SOTW | Smiff - "These Three Words"
In episode 49 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson talks with Julee Avallone about singing and performing in Depth Quartet. Julee describes the band's complex and experimental music, recording an album with the band and the joy she gets from performing on stage. Julee also talks about her background in music, her love of Max Creek and her experience performing in the Mike Gordon Band.This episode also features the following live performances:Concoction performed live by Depth Quartet at StrangeCreek Campout on May 28, 2006, in Greenfield, Massachusetts:https://archive.org/details/dq2006-05-28.neumannkm184.flac16/dq2006-05-28.flac16/dq2006-05-28d1t07.flacWitchi-Tai-To performed live by Julee Avallone with Rob Fried from Max Creek during Camp Creek at Indian Lookout Country Club on July 26, 2003, in Mariaville, New York:https://archive.org/details/mc2003-07-26.mc2003-07-26/mc2003-07-26D04T01.flacTrees performed live by Depth Quartet at StrangeCreek Campout on May 28, 2006, in Greenfield, Massachusetts:https://archive.org/details/dq2006-05-28.neumannkm184.flac16/dq2006-05-28.flac16/dq2006-05-28d1t05.flacLine performed live by Depth Quartet at Sully's Pub on January 7, 2005, in Hartford, Connecticut:https://archive.org/details/dq2005-01-07.flac16/dq2005-01-07d1t02.flac1021 performed live by Depth Quartet at StrangeCreek Campout on May 26, 2007, in Greenfield, Massachusetts:https://archive.org/details/dq2007-05-26.km184.v2.flac16/dq2007-05-26.flac16/dq2007-05-26d1t04.flacWake performed live by Depth Quartet at StrangeCreek Campout on May 28, 2006, in in Greenfield, Massachusetts:https://archive.org/details/dq2006-05-28.neumannkm184.flac16/dq2006-05-28.flac16/dq2006-05-28d1t03.flacStart Over, including Angry Fruit jam, performed live by Depth Quartet at Sully's Pub on May 14, 2005, in Hartford, Connecticut: https://archive.org/details/dq2005-05-14-flac16/dq2005-05-14d2t04.flacIf you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comRead a transcript of this episode on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com/2023/09/episode-49-julee-avallone-talks-about-depth-quartet-and-max-creek/
In this penultimate episode of the season our heroes don't have a lot of time to rest or reset after the massive brawl as they are quickly being presented with a problem created by Grancis following directions to the letter. Agathe follows through on her promise. Vorunax remembers the benefits package. Thia is thinking weird things. Grancis has an alternative to Cat Nap. Everyone MARVELS at Moot and Sully. - - - - - - - - - - GIVE US YOUR QUESTIONS! Fill out this form to have your questions answered in our post-season finale Q&A episode https://forms.gle/LNEbmdBjHDciAyFv6 Questions must be submitted by October 2/2023 - - - - - - - - - - CAST & CREW DM: Russ More Players: Amy More, Carla Maxted, Tom Laird, Kristin Flemons, Kyle Claset Dialogue Editing: Carla Maxted Sound Design: Russ More Music & Sound Effects: Epidemic Sound, BOOM Library, Sound Ideas, Flight of the Bumblebee Cover Art: Chrissytor Illustrations - - - - - - - - - - Find and support our sponsors at: fableandfolly.com/partners - - - - - - - - - - Support the podcast by joining our Patreon community and instantly access 200+ bonus episodes. Join us as a supporting producer to take part in exclusive hangouts, ask questions and have your say in world. Find all the details at Patreon.com/DumbDragonCast. Socials and more! - https://linktr.ee/dumbdragons Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sully and I take a look at the Toronto Blue Jays (some old school Blue Jays talk got in there too!) plus the state of the American League Wild Card Race Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tammy went over the On the Air with Sully and Little Tommy studios yesterday to tape an appearance on the show that will air this Saturday. But she wasn't alone, the one and only Pillbox Patti joined her! Tammy shared her experience at the show this morning and some chats she had with the people they met there including some KSON Loyal Listeners.
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Dr. Sully Sullivan joins Kevin and Zach again to talk about his "becoming." Which is to say how he got started with 3D Dentists, how he incorporated it into his practice (comprehensive diagnosis) and how he learned to teach it. Some links from the show: 3D Dentists If you want to interact with us, head over to the Very Clinical Facebook Group! Join the Very Dental Facebook group using the password "Timmerman," Hornbrook," McWethy," "Papa Randy" or "Lipscomb." The Very Dental Podcast network is and will remain free to download. If you'd like to support the shows you love at Very Dental then show a little love to the people that support us! -- Crazy Dental has everything you need from cotton rolls to equipment and everything in between and the best prices you'll find anywhere! If you head over to verydentalpodcast.com/crazy and use coupon code “verydental10” you'll get another 10% off your order! Go save yourself some money and support the show all at the same time! -- The Wonderist Agency is basically a one stop shop for marketing your practice and your brand. From logo redesign to a full service marketing plan, the folks at Wonderist have you covered! Go check them out at verydentalpodcast.com/wonderist! -- Enova Illumination makes the very best in loupes and headlights, including their new ergonomic angled prism loupes! They also distribute loupe mounted cameras and even the amazing line of Zumax microscopes! If you want to help out the podcast while upping your magnification and headlight game, you need to head over to verydentalpodcast.com/enova to see their whole line of products! -- CAD-Ray offers the best service on a wide variety of digital scanners, printers, mills and even their very own browser based design software, Clinux! CAD-Ray has been a huge supporter of the Very Dental Podcast Network and I can tell you that you'll get no better service on everything digital dentistry than the folks from CAD-Ray. Go check them out at verydentalpodcast.com/CADRay!
Join Wardo, Sully, and the legendary MLB Hall of Famer, George Brett, as they dive deep into the world of golf, passion, and friendly banter. This episode is nothing short of a grand slam as the trio sit down with University of Kansas Golf Coach, Jamie Bermel, getting an inside look into the drive and dedication it takes to mould the next generation of golfing pros. But that's not all! We're also joined by the talented Hillier brothers, Charlie and Harry, former Kansas golfers now making waves on the Korn Ferry Tour and PGA Tour Latin America. From hilarious jabs to heartfelt moments, the banter flies as fast as a Brett homerun. So grab your clubs (or bats) and come join us for an episode packed with laughs, insights, and a good dose of ribbing! You won't want to miss it!
Kevin and Zach welcome the Millennial Dentist himself, Dr. Sully Sullivan to the show! Sully has an interesting message: you can grow your practice without adding a bunch of new patients! How, you ask...work on your clinical skill set to do more dentistry on the same patients! Some links from the show: 3D Dentists If you want to interact with us, head over to the Very Clinical Facebook Group! Join the Very Dental Facebook group using the password "Timmerman," Hornbrook," McWethy," "Papa Randy" or "Lipscomb." The Very Dental Podcast network is and will remain free to download. If you'd like to support the shows you love at Very Dental then show a little love to the people that support us! -- Crazy Dental has everything you need from cotton rolls to equipment and everything in between and the best prices you'll find anywhere! If you head over to verydentalpodcast.com/crazy and use coupon code “verydental10” you'll get another 10% off your order! Go save yourself some money and support the show all at the same time! -- The Wonderist Agency is basically a one stop shop for marketing your practice and your brand. From logo redesign to a full service marketing plan, the folks at Wonderist have you covered! Go check them out at verydentalpodcast.com/wonderist! -- Enova Illumination makes the very best in loupes and headlights, including their new ergonomic angled prism loupes! They also distribute loupe mounted cameras and even the amazing line of Zumax microscopes! If you want to help out the podcast while upping your magnification and headlight game, you need to head over to verydentalpodcast.com/enova to see their whole line of products! -- CAD-Ray offers the best service on a wide variety of digital scanners, printers, mills and even their very own browser based design software, Clinux! CAD-Ray has been a huge supporter of the Very Dental Podcast Network and I can tell you that you'll get no better service on everything digital dentistry than the folks from CAD-Ray. Go check them out at verydentalpodcast.com/CADRay!