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BudHole - Sports & Entertainment
235-Budhole Bit BSing with the Buds

BudHole - Sports & Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 58:13


Sit down with your favorite Buds while they have an everyday conversation between these 4 friends!

Active Recall with Walter & Francis
Notepod 16: Reading Recap (May 2021)

Active Recall with Walter & Francis

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 23:38


Talking about a few books I read in May Effortless by Greg Mckeown The Art and Business of Online Writing: How to Beat the Game of Capturing and Keeping Attention by Nicolas Cole Soundtracks by Jon Acuff The Infinite Machine by Camila Russo Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa 21 Lessons: What I've Learned from Falling Down the Bitcoin Rabbit Hole by Gigi How to Change: The Science of Getting from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be by Katy Milkman

The Threequel
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)

The Threequel

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 33:26


Talking movies is our bag baby. Join the guys as they look back on this classic late 90's spoof comedy.

That's So Retrograde
Ep. 315 Has Your Cycle Been Off-Track During Quar? Listen To This with Alisa Vitti

That's So Retrograde

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 44:50


Reigning queen of the ovarian landscape Alisa Vitti is back in Retrogradeland to drop more knowledge on the hormonal cycle in its many facets. Talking bio rhythms, supplementation, and how to become a curious participant in your overall hormonal health. Listen back in the catalog for our five other episodes with @floliving.   Thanks to our partners: Drinkbev.com/retrograde  Jennikayne.com/retrograde  Publicgoods.com/retrograde Produced by Dear Media

Feminist Frequency Radio
FFR 166: Entertainment News

Feminist Frequency Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 57:36


On this episode of FFR, Entertainment News returns with a crop of pop culture updates and events that are designed to make you bury your head in the nearest pillow and scream. From un-cancelable sexual offenders to the latest string of reboots, remakes, and retreads, we’re here to talk about the things that are keeping our group chats popping and our Twitter feeds unbearable.Time Stamps:2:27 - Talking about our recent live stream event10:03 - Everything Old Is New Again:Timothee Chalamet playing Willy Wonka: https://www.etonline.com/timothee-chalamet-to-play-young-willy-wonka-in-new-origin-film-wonka-166260Henry Cavill as the Highlander: https://deadline.com/2021/05/henry-cavill-lionsgates-highlander-reboot-chad-stahelski-1234761916/Emma Stone as Cruella deVil: https://nypost.com/2021/05/21/how-emma-stone-transformed-into-disney-villain-cruella/29:33 - The World Is On Fire and We Can’t Talk About ItEmily Wilder fired from AP: https://www.theguardian.com/media/2021/may/24/associated-press-journalists-emily-wilder-palestinian-advocayIGN: https://www.vice.com/en/article/4avwpb/ign-staff-pissed-after-meeting-about-deleted-palestine-charity-post38:09 - You Can’t Cancel Me or Shut Me UpKevin Spacey cast in first role since sexual assault allegations: https://www.indiewire.com/2021/05/kevin-spacey-italian-film-vanessa-redgrave-1234639618/Philip Roth biography lives to fight another day: https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/books/story/2021-05-17/blake-bailey-philip-roth-bio-picked-up-by-skyhorse-publishing#:~:text=“Philip%20Roth%3A%20The%20Biography%2C,the%20%20latter%20company%20announced%20MondayStory in Slate detailing Blake Bailey’s inappropriate relationships with his eighth-grade students: https://slate.com/culture/2021/04/blake-bailey-lusher-journals-teacher.htmlJoe Rogan thinks white men have trouble being heard: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/joe-rogan-criticized-mocked-after-saying-straight-white-men-are-n126780147:58 - What’s your Freq Out?** Note: There was an error in episode 165 (Carrie) where we played the wrong guest freq out. We apologize for the error and this week are playing both guest freq outs, in context, in this episode of the podcast:Guest Freq Out Caitlin Grant on her podcast about “monstrous menstruation” - Plug It Up Podcast (@plugituppod)Guest Freq out from Katie O’Donnell in Los Angeles on the film Dog Day Afternoon (1975) directed by Sidney LumetAnita on the band The Linda LindasAdditional Links Mentioned:The tiktok Caro mentions about film and music are dominated by people from very privileged backgrounds: https://www.tiktok.com/@twotreehill/video/6956231215372324102Follow Us:Join our PatreonOur WebsiteSubscribe to FFR on Apple PodcastsSubscribe to our Star Trek PodcastTwitterInstagram

Talking@TheMovies
EP 245: Army of the Dead, MO.D.O.K. Reviews

Talking@TheMovies

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 85:49


This week the guys review Zack Snyders Army of the Dead and Marvels/Hulu M.O.D.O.K. and talk Marvels Eternals trailer plus all the weeks movie and TV news

Tales from the Green Room! Podcast
#141 | Getting back to work!

Tales from the Green Room! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 52:44


Talking about Red Rocks, shooting music videos, summer shows and more! Grab the new merch right here: https://podlink.to/talesmerch

Focus on the Family Australia
Navigating tough issues in your family II

Focus on the Family Australia

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 25:06


Talking more won’t improve your communication — try listening instead! With Dr Mike Bechtle, we’ll help you navigate tough conversations with family, friends, and even at work! We’ll also look at social media’s impact on your relationships. A practical look at better communication. Book by guest:Dealing with the elephant in the room.

The Akashic Reading Podcast
Are There Spiritual Beings Supporting You

The Akashic Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 11:19


Talking about how to discover who is working with you across the veil by accessing Akashic Temples.   Akashic Temple Guided Meditation: https://www.akashicreading.com/akashic-temple-meditation/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/teriuktena)

Sexy Marriage Radio
Rapid Fire: Newlywed, Oral, Talking and More #521

Sexy Marriage Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 31:25


Today we try go rapid fire again and still don't get to all the questions submitted via Instagram. Want to follow us there? Please do: @sexymarriageradio Just a hint of the topics we cover: Oral sex, honeymoon tips, speaking up, anal sex, friends, talking about likes and a whole lot more! On the Xtended version ... We go more in-depth with more questions from IG only this time on sexual dreams, libido and cycles, moods, and toys. Enjoy the show! Sponsors ... The State Of Our Union: Weekly conversation prompts to have meaningful conversations. https://smrnation.com/union The post Rapid Fire: Newlywed, Oral, Talking and More #521 appeared first on Sexy Marriage Radio.

Disney World is Awesome
Ep. 050: Our Favorite WDW Topics, Podcast Moments and Re-Do's

Disney World is Awesome

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 34:19


We're celebrating our 50th episode by doing what we love most—talking about Disney World. Thanks for listening! We'll see you on Instagram: @disney.world.is.awesomeA Walt Disney World Podcast for Disney fans. Talking all things Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Epcot and Animal Kingdom.

Law Talk with the Flock
Is the Government Going to Hijack Your Empire?

Law Talk with the Flock

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 13:36


In this  Legal Landmine episode CEO Jeana Goosmann discusses the drastic proposed changes to our current estate and gift tax system that may have a dramatic impact on wealth transfer planning. Talking points include:The 99.5% ActSTEP ActWho would be affected by these proposed changesRead our blog on this topic here.  DISCLAIMER: The information in this podcast episode “episode” is provided for general informational purposes only and may not reflect the current law in your jurisdiction. By listening to our episode, you understand that there is no attorney client relationship between you and the Goosmann Law Firm “GLF” attorneys and podcast publisher. No information contained in this episode should be construed as legal advice from GLF or the individual author, hosts, or guests, nor is it intended to be a substitute for legal counsel on any subject matter. Please read our full Podcast Disclaimer.

Hacking The Afterlife podcast
Hacking the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer - a visit with Charles Grodin

Hacking The Afterlife podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 51:52


This is an homage to Charles Grodin. Having known him for 40 years, I know pretty well what his references are, what he's saying or revealing. In this podcast, one could say it's a culmination of 40 years of knowing him, ten years of filming people accessing the afterlife, and five years of filming sessions with Jennifer Shaffer weekly. It's also our 10,000th download - we have 60 podcasts so far. Jennifer notes that she didn't know Charles outside of the fact that we were friends, she never saw him interviewed, knew nothing about his life, other than seeing him in "Heaven Can Wait." At the end of this podcast, when I refer to "Midnight Run" I forgot that she had not seen the film. I recommend sticking around to the end to hear what he has to say about it. It was an honor to be able to do this on his behalf. It was an honor to know him for 40 years. As I wrote on Facebook about him: Godfather to our kids. The most loyal friend I've ever met or could have the good fortune to have met. A mentor who was instrumental in my life and journey - tears are not enough to shed, the loss of someone so funny, witty, charming, compassionate - he embodied so much more than anyone knows or has heard about him, or could have known about him. Sherry, the kids and I heard that he passed peacefully this morning, that it was a transition of beauty and grace - and no doubt in my mind he's going to be as entertaining, fun, delightful and charming on the flipside as he was on this side. My wife pointed out that when Jennifer mentions "Hairspray" after mentioning Warren Beatty, is a reference to his film "Shampoo." What's funny about that reference is that Robert Towne (the writer of Shampoo with Warren) wrote the movie about Chuck's friend Luana (who was dating a hairdresser Richard Alcala) and that Jack Warden, star of that film and also in Heaven Can Wait was a close friend of Chuck's - and an original member of the "Fun Patrol." (Harper Simon, myself and Chuck were the other three members.) Someone you can call day or night and get a laugh from. We are bereft that he's left the building, if one could add up all the laughs, all the joy, all the fun events this person brought to our world - it would take up too many memorials. The folks who knew him and loved him will miss him the most - the folks who saw him or laughed along at his films and work will talk about him for a long time, every time he appears on camera now and into the future will be another reminder of his unique light. Here's to you Chuck. Charles Grodin. From Pittsburgh. We love you. We will always love you. And we hope you can swing by sometime to let us know how you're doing. More tributes to come, and when the spark hits, will share some of his wit and wisdom when it comes to mind. Sail on maestro. More seas to explore and conquer. " All photos and content are used a part of the "Fair Use" idea in copyright law that allows for using a clip to illustrate a point. All original rights are retained by the copyright holders. No endorsements are implied or trying to be made. This interview is based on 5 years of working with Jennifer Shaffer who works with law enforcement agencies nationwide on missing cases pro bono, on ten years of filming people accessing the afterlife with or without hypnosis (100 to date) and the thousands of clinical case studies from Dr. Wambach, Dr. Weiss, Michael Newton and the Newton Institute, and the 100 cases I've filmed (50 without hypnosis.) For further info, see "Flipside" or "Talking to Bill Paxton" on Gaia or Amazon Prime, see books "Flipside" "It's a Wonderful Afterlife (with a forward by Charles) "Hacking the Afterlife" and "Architecture of the Afterlife" or Jennifer Shaffer's and my three books "Backstage Pass to the Flipside" 1, 2 and 3. The new documentary film "Hacking the Afterlife" will be premiering on Gaia and reflects ten years of filmed research. See you in the next life, Chuck.

Hit Me One More Time
#50: King Arthur and the Knights of Justice

Hit Me One More Time

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 52:58


Episode Notes Subject: King Arthur and the Knights of Justice This week, Nick brings this Arthurian cartoon to the show. Talking points include the uselessness of Merlin, Sir Brick, and much more! Support us! Join our discord! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Find out more at http://hitmeonemoretime.com This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!
#50: King Arthur and the Knights of Justice

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 52:58


Episode Notes Subject: King Arthur and the Knights of Justice This week, Nick brings this Arthurian cartoon to the show. Talking points include the uselessness of Merlin, Sir Brick, and much more! Support us! Join our discord! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Find out more at http://hitmeonemoretime.com This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Doing Divorce Right (or Avoiding it Altogether).
#27 - Healing Toxic Relationships with Love & Lifestyle Coach Kiko Ellsworth

Doing Divorce Right (or Avoiding it Altogether).

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 31:18


“Once you have YOU, you have EVERYTHING.” ~ Kiko Ellsworth This episode of Doing Relationships Right podcast is sooo good, y’all. I literally saved the best for last (no offense to my other fabulous guests, ofc) with this one! Kiko Ellsworth, a Men’s Evolution Coach, High-Performance Lifestyle & Love Coach, and Emmy Award-Winner…who ignites the hearts of so many.  We talked about soulmates, relationships, and how it is possible to find love again with your EX. Not to be “in love” but to love them enough to be in an amicable, co-parenting relationship together and Do Relationships Right!  Thank you, Kiko for showing up so authentically, sharing this space with me, and dropping such beautiful bits of knowledge with my listeners.  I can’t wait for you to join me again in the fall and dive even deeper into Breath Work and how you teach women to own and express their “Natural Queen PowHER”.  Find Kiko Ellsworth on his website: https://kikoellsworth.com/ Here's the link to get started: DOING DATING RIGHT VIDEO COURSE!   Join the Facebook Group and leave a question for a future episode: https://www.facebook.com/groups/doingdivorcerightpodcast Where to find me: Website: https://jenniferhurvitz.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenniferhurvitzbiz/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doingrelationshipsright/   You can connect with my editor, Next Level Podcast Solutions at https://nextleveluniverse.com/ Get a copy of Jen’s book, “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: A Divorce Coach’s Guide to Staying Married” here.   Show notes: [3:18] Talking about soul mates [6:40] What is a completion ceremony? [12:10] What is required of you to be in a space to do a completion ceremony? [14:44] Check out this great parenting tool: Soberlink (https://www.soberlink.com/) [15:45] How Kiko started his career? [19:58] The relationships you need done right [22:27] "Once you have you, you have everything." - Kiko Ellsworth [23:35] Kiko and Kundalini Yoga [27:48] Kiko and his Emmy award

Talking with the Toothcop
Death in the Dental Office: Avoid Tragedy with Proper Training

Talking with the Toothcop

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 26:59


Last week, I read an article about an oral surgeon in North Carolina who got busted after a patient died. So in this episode of Talking with the Toothcop, we’re going to talk about what happened, why it happened, and how it could have been prevented. This isn’t to shame the dentist or staff involved, but to learn from the mistakes that were made. Tragedies in the dental office should never happen.  Outline of This Episode [0:22] Death in the dental office [8:50] Get professional help before it’s too late [13:45] The Professional Recovery Network  [18:21] Your patients may not trust you anymore [20:20] The current action being taken [24:15] Upcoming CE courses Death in the dental office According to the article Leland oral surgeon suspended by Dental Board, under investigation by SBI for drug misuse, Dr. Mark Austin had his license suspended following an investigation by the State Board of Dental Examiners. The patient in question came in for an appointment to receive a dental implant. The doctor administered sedatives before and during the procedure. Unfortunately, the patient’s oxygen saturation dropped significantly, and after attempting to place an endotracheal tube, 911 was called. The patient died a few days later in intensive care.  This prompted an immediate investigation by the dental board. The DEA and state board combed through this dentist’s practice. Even worse, in an earlier audit, the doctor couldn’t account for substances that were supposed to be maintained at his office, including Fentanyl. The investigation also alleges that he used illicit substances personally for two years while practicing.  The patient was at 60-70% oxygen for 20 minutes. Brain death happens when it’s deprived of oxygen for 4–6 minutes. When EMS arrived, the patient didn’t have a pulse. The Dr. had not administered CPR prior to their arrival. His brain was deprived of oxygen for far too long, and he suffered irreversible brain injury and died 4 days later.  Get help—or get busted If you or someone you know is struggling with a drug or alcohol problem, get help. It can be done anonymously before you impact your patient’s lives. Because when a dental board gets involved, they’ll issue an emergency suspension which creates a public spectacle. This situation is attached to Dr. Austin’s license for the rest of his life. Every insurance company he attempts credentialing with will know. Some won’t take the risk. If someone had recognized he had a problem it could all have been prevented. It’s hard to get help. But when you do, you go to a special rehab just for doctors. You’re there with other dentists or physicians in recovery. You avoid a public stigma while getting acceptance and support. This isn’t about shaming dentists, it’s about getting them help.  It’s sad that a world-renowned cardiologist—someone who devoted his life to helping people—lost his life in a preventable situation.  You have a moral obligation to protect your patients Someone had to have seen the signs in this doctor and did nothing. You can’t hide a drug addiction for over a year. If you work with someone who is struggling, you have an obligation and responsibility to report this behavior. You’re either part of the problem or part of the solution. The staff had a moral and ethical obligation to make a decision. They didn’t make the right one.  The proper training and preparation for something like this could have prevented someone’s death. This is why we’re talking about this. Dental offices need to be taught the right way to do things. A reasonable person should ask, “What could I have done to prevent that?” Sadly, these staff members will carry guilt with them for the rest of their lives.  The current action being taken The dental board received information that Dr. Austin had prescribed controlled substances for staff members—outside the scope of dentistry. The board also received evidence that he was unable to account for controlled substances and had been taking them for two years. In a nutshell, he agreed to a suspension of his license.  Resources & People Mentioned Leland oral surgeon suspended by Dental Board Professional Recovery Network (Texas) Consent Order Suspending License Dental Compliance CE Courses Connect With Duane https://www.dentalcompliance.com/ toothcop(at)dentalcompliance.com On Facebook On Twitter On LinkedIn On Youtube

Fit Pants
Why Supplement-Haters are Liars & How Exercise Really Affects Your Appetite

Fit Pants

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 51:57


The inside story about supplements, breaking news about mental health, and the only fun way to control your diet. On Our MindsThere's nothing more controversial than supplements... at least in the world of fitness. And it's easy to see why. There are a lot of worthless products on the market that can't do what a healthy diet can do, and there are a lot of people looking for a quick fix rather than improving their nutrition and lifestyle.  But there are a lot of nutrients that you simply can't get (or can't get enough of) from food. And these nutrients are backed up by a lot of research. Fish oil, vitamin D, zinc, and iron are just a few examples. Head over to Fitpantspodcast.com to see what specific supplements we take and why.QuizThis week's quiz is all about intelligence, mental health, happiness, and creativity. See if you can ace it like I did this week.Here are the topics we covered and their studies or articles:1. Talking to yourself: The Surprising Sign Of High Intelligence And Self-Control2. Creatine and IQ: Oral creatine monohydrate supplementation improves brain performance: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over trial.3. Tetris and Trauma: Reducing intrusive memories of trauma using a visuospatial interference intervention with inpatients with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 4. Pessimism and better weight loss: Psychological factors that promote behavior modification by obese patients 5. Creativity and Walks: Incentivizing the Creative Process: From Initial Quantity to Eventual Creativity NewsflashHow does exercise affect your food choices? We've heard that cardio and weight training can both have an impact on the appetite. But what if the way we THOUGHT about our activities affected our food choices? According to a recent study... it does. Check it out:"Is it fun or exercise? The framing of physical activity biases subsequent snacking" We also discussed the training split that's said to tamp down the appetite the best: The Most Appetite-Suppressing Training SplitShugart CartIf you want to bring a little more fun to your workouts, grab a med ball and learn how to do wall balls. It can work as a great warm-up for your barbell squats, a nice finisher, or a form of metabolic conditioning. Here's where I got mine: Rogue Medicine BallsAnd if you need to polish up on your technique, here's a cool video that'll help you get it right: Wall Ball TipsAnd Chris has an apron in his cart this week because he likes looking extra manly while making his protein popsicles and cookies. He's become a fan of the company, Hedley & Bennett, which makes fancy shmancy aprons. Check them out: HERE. And here's what it looks like in action: Chris's Protein Popsicles

SUPER NERD PODCAST
Ep 159 - BATTLESTAR GALACTICA Mini-Series Rewind!

SUPER NERD PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 83:48


We're Nerding Out Hardcore on how awesome Battlestar Galactica is! Plus we're talking The First Poster for Matt Reeve’s THE BATMAN, Kevin Feige says there will be Multiverse versions of LOKI in the upcoming TV Series, LUCASFILM has stopped production on STAR WARS: Rangers of the New Republic and more! SHOW NOTES: ---> Hit that Podcast Subscribe Button, Leave us a Review and Tell Your Friends About Us! ---> Eternals Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WVDKZJkGlY&t=125s ---> The Batman Picture #1: the-batman-gets-a-new-image-of-robert-pattinson-in-costume-and-promo-poster-art.jpg ---> The Batman Picture #2 (Click Here) ---> Loki Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=60&v=5vpCIadly88&feature=emb_logo ---> Cobra Kai Season 4 Full Interview: https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/cobra-kai-paley-front-row-135800555.html NEXT EPISODE: Ep 160 - STAR TREK: Into Darkness vs STAR TREK: Wrath of Khan ---> Talk Nerdy To Us! Tell us your Thoughts, and Comments via Voicemail, Email or Social Media! ---> Leave us a 1-2 Min Voicemail: https://anchor.fm/SuperNerdPodcast/Message ---> Send us an Email: SuperNerdPodcast@gmail.com ---> Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter BOB's BOOK CLUB: "ARMANDA" by Ernest Cline ---> Talking on the Show June 21st-ish ---> Amazon Link: (https://www.amazon.com/Armada-novel-author-Ready-Player/dp/0804137277) END CREDIT MUSIC ---> Music: Highlander Intro - (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROCd0oUjvpg&t=61s) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/supernerdpodcast/message

Rocky Top Insider Radio
Tennessee Adds Transfer JUCO DB Ro Torrence

Rocky Top Insider Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 7:35


The Tennessee football program has once again found themselves a playmaker from the outside. The Vols added JUCO CB Ro Torrence on Monday night. The 6-foot-3, 195 pound defensive back comes to Knoxville from Hutchinson Community College, in Kansas. Torrence is from Bessemer, Alabama, and played at Bessemer City High School. I spoke with Ro Torrence tonight about his decision to pick the Vols and his conversations with the coaching staff. Also, we discussed him playing for a National Title in a few weeks. Since the JUCO football was postponed until the spring, Torrence recorded 20 tackles, six PBU’s and 3 tackles for loss in seven games played this season. It should also be noted that one of his former teammates is current Tennessee running back Tiyon Evans. Torrence will be playing in the 2021 JUCO National Championship game on June 5th. He will arrive at Tennessee a bit later than other incoming transfers. Jarrod Sanders Jr., one of his coaches at Hutchinson, had this to say about his ability. “He’s an extra long corner and can run very well. He’s very physical at the line in press and sets the edge of the defense, like he’s a linebacker. He’s strong in the weight room and continues to make jumps. In January he was 188 pounds and he’s 200 now, so that speaks for itself. He’s smart and always trying to learn more. Sky’s the limit for that kid, he’s one of the best I’ve seen.” High praise for the cornerback who was just wrapping up his time in the JUCO ranks. He took care of business and landed at a Power-5 school. Talking with folks about Torrence, they seem to really like his ability to attack from different areas. His height and speed will be a nice treat for defensive backs coach Willie Martinez, who he talked to a lot during this process. The hope is that Torrence can come in and pickup the defense so that he can contribute early one. Knowing the Vols needed help at the position, especially with depth, only benefits the team even more, thanks to Torrence. The post Tennessee Adds Transfer JUCO DB Ro Torrence appeared first on Rocky Top Insider.

Rocky Top Insider Radio
Tennessee Adds Transfer JUCO DB Ro Torrence

Rocky Top Insider Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 7:35


The Tennessee football program has once again found themselves a playmaker from the outside. The Vols added JUCO CB Ro Torrence on Monday night. The 6-foot-3, 195 pound defensive back comes to Knoxville from Hutchinson Community College, in Kansas. Torrence is from Bessemer, Alabama, and played at Bessemer City High School. I spoke with Ro Torrence tonight about his decision to pick the Vols and his conversations with the coaching staff. Also, we discussed him playing for a National Title in a few weeks. Since the JUCO football was postponed until the spring, Torrence recorded 20 tackles, six PBU’s and 3 tackles for loss in seven games played this season. It should also be noted that one of his former teammates is current Tennessee running back Tiyon Evans. Torrence will be playing in the 2021 JUCO National Championship game on June 5th. He will arrive at Tennessee a bit later than other incoming transfers. Jarrod Sanders Jr., one of his coaches at Hutchinson, had this to say about his ability. “He’s an extra long corner and can run very well. He’s very physical at the line in press and sets the edge of the defense, like he’s a linebacker. He’s strong in the weight room and continues to make jumps. In January he was 188 pounds and he’s 200 now, so that speaks for itself. He’s smart and always trying to learn more. Sky’s the limit for that kid, he’s one of the best I’ve seen.” High praise for the cornerback who was just wrapping up his time in the JUCO ranks. He took care of business and landed at a Power-5 school. Talking with folks about Torrence, they seem to really like his ability to attack from different areas. His height and speed will be a nice treat for defensive backs coach Willie Martinez, who he talked to a lot during this process. The hope is that Torrence can come in and pickup the defense so that he can contribute early one. Knowing the Vols needed help at the position, especially with depth, only benefits the team even more, thanks to Torrence. The post Tennessee Adds Transfer JUCO DB Ro Torrence appeared first on Rocky Top Insider.

No Name Road Show
BONUS EPISODE: NO GAME GOOOOOALLLLL SHOW

No Name Road Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 37:13


In a special bonus episode, Joe and Tim discuss one of the greatest spectacles in sport: The Stanley Cup Playoffs. Breaking down the first round, the teams, and throwing around predictions its good old fashioned hockey talk. Talking hockey. Hockey talkin. Wow that word looks so weird right now. Hockey. Hockey. Hoc. Key. Hockey.

ExtraTime
Sounders are MLS's best ... but who is second best? Plus, Cincy and Chicago win (FINALLY)

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 70:38


OK, the Sounders are top of the heap, but who’s next? Andrew, David and Calen take a hard look at the results, the table and the ceilings of the contenders and try to name MLS’s No. 2 team. Plus, FC Cincinnati and the Fire know something is better than nothing … and they both got something this weekend for the first time this month: three points. The guys also talk Daryl Dike’s future and much more! 4:42 - Talking about THAT Romell Quioto miss 8:28 - Who is the second best team in the West? 14:16 - The case for SKC 15:27 - The case for LAFC 19:29 - The case for Portland 25:40 - Why the Revs are the second best team in the league 34:07 - Orlando has the look of an MLS Cup contender 44:59 - Lucas Zelarayan puts the Crew on his back 47:46 - Chicago, Cincinnati get their first wins of the season 54:52 - Respect Rubio Rubin! 1:05:02 - Mailbag

ABTG Chat
Truth or Drink!

ABTG Chat

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 51:17


To close off the season, Nouly and Becky jump in to some personal questions asked by YOU guys! Talking about topics along the line of relationship commitment, "intimate" relationship life, and current dating life. Find out who ends up on hinge in this episode!! This ones a fun one, let's get in to it!

Act 3 Podcast
Act 3: "Those Who Wish Me Dead" and Hollywood Business Deals

Act 3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 83:39


Big news out of the entertainment world this week. Lots of business mergers and corporate acquisitions. What does all that mean for you? We've got the answers, or at least informed speculation. There's also some casting news, and we manage to sneak a little Star Wars in as well. Plus, this week we're reviewing the new film "Those Who Wish Me Dead" that is in theaters and streaming on HBO Max. We'll tell you if this latest project from Taylor Sheridan is any good, or one you could probably skip. All this and so much more, just click the play button!    Time Codes: Act One: News -07:00- AT&T to merge WarnerMedia and Discovery Inc. -15:40- Amazon to possibly buy MGM Studios-22:00- Knives Out sequel adds Kate Hudson and Leslie Odom Jr.-23:40- John Boyega announces Attack The Block sequel-30:00- The Mandalorian executive producer Dave Filoni gets a promotion at Lucasfilm Act Two: What We're Watching -39:00- Steven: The Mitchells vs. The Machines-43:30- Chandler: Continuing the MCU rewatch Act Three: Featured Topic -49:20- Talking about Those Who Wish Me Dead on HBO Max-59:15- Spoilers See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nothing to Fear
Insidious 2

Nothing to Fear

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 107:20


This podcast contains SPOILERS and also a big Trigger warning. There is a large section of this movie that deals with gender presentation and the idea of a man in a dress as a serial killer and we talk about it. It’s a good conversation but it’s understandable if any of the trans and gender diverse part of the audience would like to skip it. Check the time codes and check in with yourself. We love you, listeners. In addition to that we spend some time discussion the manufacture of rocking horses, the importance of FOIP and a plea to let people use their regular accents in movies if they are not the best at impersonating another one. Time codes 00:00:23 Introductions 00:11:48 Trailer 00:13:45 Post movie discussion 00:41:08-01:02:45 Talking about gender representation in movies and the weird twist this movie uses that is almost entirely negative to the plot. 01:28:22 SPOTEM 01:31:14 Ratings and would we watch again 01:41:41 Something to Cheer Section! Next week we take a dive back into that wild wild time of the late 1990s and watch the meta movie to end all meta movies, Scream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nothingtofear/message

Talking with Painters
Ep 110: Robin Eley

Talking with Painters

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 78:04


We’ve all been there. You see an artwork and think 'surely, that is a photo'. But as you get closer and read the description, you accept it is made of paint, expertly applied, creating the illusion of reality. I am in awe of the artists who work in this way because it calls for painstaking labour and the technique is certainly not suited to every painter. Australian artist Robin Eley, based in Los Angeles, is highly skilled in every step of the process, producing work which leaves many viewers incredulous. For Robin, the task of creating the reference material is often the most important, and the time consuming execution of the painting requires expertise finessed over years of practice. Robin has been shortlisted in many Australian art prizes including the Archibald, the Doug Moran National Portrait prize (where he has been awarded runner up and highly commended) and the Eutick Memorial Still Life prize. His work is held in private collections and public institutions around the world.   In this episode you'll hear how Robin came to painting, which he didn’t embark on until he was 27, after a career as a commercial illustrator. A teacher of art, he is generous in sharing his knowledge as many of his Instagram and Facebook followers would know.  His most recent body of work has to be seen to be believed - paintings of masterpieces including the Mona Lisa and Girl with a Pearl Earring, wrapped in plastic. The illusion even continues beyond the canvas support where he has extended the sides irregularly to heighten the appearance of the plastic turning around the edges of the work.  He has also created other innovative works including 'The Binary Project' (see link below to YouTube video) which involved the participation of thousands of people around the world. The ambition of that work is typical of this artist, though; he is always pushing the boundaries of what a painting can be. To hear my conversation with Robin click 'play' beneath the above photo. A short video relating to this interview will be uploaded to this website and the Talking with Painters YouTube channel in a few weeks. Upcoming exhibition Solo exhibition, 2022, New York - details to be confirmed later this year. Links Robin EleyRobin Eley on InstagramRobin Eley on Facebook'The Binary Project' on YouTube'Alla Prima' by Richard SchmidtMichael ZavrosDavid Korins 'Mona Lisa (wrapped), oil on linen, gesso and marble dust 'Girl with a Pearl Earring', oil on linen, gesso and marble dust 'Self Portrait', 2010, oil on Belgian linen, 39" x 25"Runner Up, Doug Moran portrait Prize, 2010 'Polaroid', 2010, oil on Belgian linen, 24.5" x 18.5"Finalist, Eutick Memorial Still Life Award, 2011 'Plastic', 2011, oil on Belgian linen, 35.5" x 35.5" 'Silent Respiration', 2012, oil on Belgian linen, 24.5" x 18" 'The Deep Marine', 2012, oil on Belgian linen, 31.5" x 24" 'Bibliography', 2012, oil on linen-bound hard cover books, 70 x 48 cmFinalist, 2012 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of NSW Part of 'The Binary Project'

Stir the Plot
Stir the Plot 33: Citizen Raising Kane’s

Stir the Plot

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 57:11


How do we manage to stir the plot of Citizen Kane, the most historically significant film of the century, into a rollercoaster tycoon feud? Find out this week as we join Charles Kane, an eccentric billionaire intent on building the perfect theme park for the world’s elite – no matter the cost. Talking points: Boo … Continue reading Stir the Plot 33: Citizen Raising Kane’s →

The LexG Movie Podcast
LEXG’S HAIR CHAT

The LexG Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 47:41


Talking about hair, hair loss, celebrity hair, my hair loss, rugs and plugs and all things in between.

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
542: Kate MacKinnon: A TEDx Talk: Women, Aging and Visibility

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 39:16


In this episode, TEDx Speaker, Mentor, and Certified Feng Shui Practitioner, Kate MacKinnon, talks about getting on to TEDx stages. Today, Kate talks about overcoming roadblocks in the application process, how to prepare your presentation for the event, and how she decided on the topic of her TEDx talk. What does it feel like to share an idea worth spreading? Hear about her own experience getting on to the TEDx stage, being mistaken for Kate McKinnon, and get Kate’s advice to her younger self, all on today’s episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “It’s not an outside thing. It’s an inside thing.” “We’re in a society that values youth, youthful looks, the up-and-comers, etc.” “Age is just a number. But I know so many women feel like they’re not heard, especially if they’re over a certain age.” “We get better as we age. That’s the thing that we really need to get.” “There are a lot of TEDx talks out there. You want to vet them. You want to find out about who’s producing them.” “Don’t bother the TEDx producers. They’re not the ones to ask these questions of.” “Reach out to past TEDx speakers.” “Ultimately, you dont want to just be practicing in front of your cat. You’re going to want to practice in front of other people.” “Don’t get too overwhelmed by it. You can learn.” “If you want to get better at tennis, you hire a tennis coach. If you want to get better at speaking, you hire a coach that can teach you how to be a good public speaker.” “If there’s one person out there that I can touch and make a difference, there’s that ripple effect.” “You have everything you need to be successful right now. The only difference between me and you is experience.”   More about Kate MacKinnon Kate MacKinnon, Feng Shui Expert, TEDx Speaker, and Mentor, is a Certified Feng Shui Practitioner, consulting for businesses and individuals for over 20 years, both locally and globally. Before becoming a Feng Shui Expert, Kate had a management technology consulting company and was Vice President for JPMorgan Chase & Co. She taught the first online Feng Shui course for the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and a workshop for the Hospital for Special Surgery and Global Real Estate Women’s Group at JPMorgan Chase. Kate has also written articles on Feng Shui and been a guest and interviewed by thought leaders on Speaking, Life Transitions, and Women Empowerment. Kate’s mission is to use Feng Shui’s power to illuminate and inspire women to step into their power and greatness and live a life of Beauty, Grace, Dignity, and Abundance, and make a difference in the world. You can find her inspiring talk on Women, Aging, and Visibility on TED.com.   Kate’s TED Talk: Women, Aging, and Visibility NetHealth Digital Marketing Solutions   Suggested Keywords TEDx, TED Talk, Speaking, Public Speaking, Feng Shui, Women, Age, Aging, Visibility, Talking, Influence, Learning, Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Inspiration, Motivation,   To learn more, follow Kate at: Website:          https://kate-mackinnon.com Facebook:       Kate MacKinnon Instagram:       @fengshuikate Twitter:            @fengshuikate LinkedIn:         Kate MacKinnon   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the Full transcript here:  Speaker 1 (00:01): Hi, Kate, welcome to the podcast. I am happy to have you on. Thank you, Speaker 2 (00:07): Karen. I'm so excited to be on with you. Speaker 1 (00:09): And just so the listeners know, as you probably heard in the intro said, my guest today is Kate McKinnon, which it is. And so how often are you getting mistaken for the famous comedian, Kate McKinnon also in the New York area? Speaker 2 (00:26): No, all the time. I just a quick funny story, because the first time it happened to me when she was just becoming popular was I made a dinner reservation at the Odeon. And when I showed up, somebody said, are you Kate McKinnon? And I said, yes, the star, Kate McKinnon. I said, yes. And then he realized I was not her. And I said, well, I am, am I Speaker 1 (00:49): That's great. Speaker 2 (00:50): It's funny. And then my husband said, I'm going to start making dinner reservations, Speaker 1 (00:55): But that, but the thing is, she actually Speaker 2 (00:56): Spells her name. M C K I N N O N. And I spelled M a C K I N. So she's ruined the spelling, my name, but that's okay. I'm delighted to be the Kate McKinnon not the comedian. Speaker 1 (01:09): Absolutely. And, and, you know, you can probably get a table anywhere. Oh yeah. Oh yeah, absolutely. And when you show up, you're not lying. I think it's great. And now, but you are a star because you were on the TEDx stage and this month we are talking all about Ted X talks and how to get onto that stage. So, like I said, in the, in your bio that you were on TEDx Farmingdale stage in 2020. So talk about your experience. What was it like? Speaker 2 (01:44): My God, can I tell you a little history to it? I mean, it's, it's an amazing experience. It really is because I I've been wanting to do TEDx for a while, but to be honest, who I was not born a speaker and we met, we actually met with Tricia, Brooke at her speaker salon in 2018, the spring, I think it was 2018. And that was the first time I'd ever spoken on a stage in my life. And honestly, it was one of the most terrifying things I've ever done. I thought it was going to die. And it was the first time I'd done a talk that was even remotely like a TEDx. And what I did love was the power of being able to get up and be an authentic speaker and have a message that resonated for people on. And I just want to share that quick story because I S I talked about my two greatest losses being my two greatest gifts, and I lost my, I lost my hearing in my left ear at one and a half for meningitis. Speaker 2 (02:39): And then I lost my mother at four, and I talk about that and I couldn't even put it on line for a long time, but I finally did. I went to Spain. I was in a, at a Tapper's party in the mountains of Spain, and somebody came up to me and they said, I heard your talk. I'm deaf too. And they wanted to talk to me about it. And what I learned then was it doesn't really matter. You could speak to a hundred, you could speak to a million people, but we're really, we're really trying to get to that person that, that touches. And if it's only one we've made a difference in somebody's life. And so that just gave me the bug. And so I then did Trisha did another speaker salon in the spring of 2019, and then it wasn't. And so I did another talk. Speaker 2 (03:25): And then finally the third talk in the fall of 2019, I I was going to do at the speaker salon to talk about my business functions way, but Trisha had this masterclass on doing a TEDx talk. So I took it, and it was during that, where we went through the process of how do you actually create an application? So it starts with the whole process of, of an idea worth spreading. It's not like having an issue or a problem. It's like, you're creating an idea that's worth spreading. And, you know, we go through a whole exercise and she gives us questions that we answered to just kind of dig deeper to those things that are important to us, that we feel like we want to talk about. And in the process of going through the class we I dunno at one point I somehow got talking about women and how mentoring women and the importance of me, of women. Speaker 2 (04:18): And, you know, there were, there was sort of this topic around there. And somehow it got shaped where it was about me turning, you know, at that point it was, I was 62, I think, 62 or 63. And somehow it got shaped around what it means to be a woman aging in this society. Oh, and I know that was really the key. We were doing it with a TEDx in mind. So there was a TEDx on women. And so the topic became of that. I'm sorry. That's right. That's like talking about that and sort of digging deeper into that. And that just really resonated. And so there's that the idea where it's spreading, which ended up being for me that society deems women invisible after a certain age, and this is something we can change now and forever. So our younger sisters never feel they're like go out, which still makes good silica gives me chills. Speaker 2 (05:12): I mean, it just really still came so deep from with me. And then the next question is when you're doing the application, why are you the person to give this talk? And I was like, I don't know. And Trisha was really funny. She goes, can I answer that question for the church? He goes, because you've been doing this your entire life. So that, that it wasn't just like an intellectual thing. It was a thing that had been important to me for a long time, but I didn't really know it, but once these ideas come up and they come out, they sort of take on a life of their own. They really do. And so in that, that speaker salon, I had a chance to actually work on my talk in a workshop environment. So as you know, with the speaker salon, we have other speakers. Speaker 2 (05:57): So you get up on stage and you get to practice and get to write you get feedback and stuff like that. And it just, I could see from my fellow speakers that it was really resonating with them. So that was really powerful. Like I felt like there's something here that I really have to talk about. And so that idea then grew and grew and grew. And actually I had an opportunity to present it that, for that particular TEDx women's talk and I went there and the environment wasn't there, wasn't right. For me, I felt totally out of alignment. I didn't get support. It was like, I'd been with Trisha. We were so well taken care of. And, you know, you just show up, dressed up, made up, get on stage, you tech is taken care of. And it just wasn't that kind of event. Speaker 2 (06:43): And I felt like my talk deserved an event to really showcase it. So I actually had the talk a year before. So in December of 2019, it was ready to go. And that was really hard to walk away from. But by the time I did it for TEDx farming tale, it was just, it was in me, it was part of me. I probably can still do it with a little practice. It just came from me. So to me, that's a really powerful thing to say about doing TEDx talks. It's, it's an idea, but it's like, you end up, it's like, it comes out of you, you speak it. And then as you're speaking, you learn to embody it. Like, it's, it's a really interesting, like you talk it, but then it becomes part of you. So when you're actually presenting it for me, it was a full body experience. Speaker 2 (07:30): That's amazing. It just felt like it came from me. Yeah. Yeah. And it's so good. And, and don't worry everyone. We've got the link to it in the, in the show notes here. So you'll be able to watch her talk. But I love, I just want to circle back to something that you said when you were filling up the application, why should you be the one to do this? And you said, I don't know, had Trisha take that one. She does not like the, I don't know. She does it well that well, and that's, what's so funny because she goes, she goes, well, I do. And so she knows me. She knows me well enough to say that, but it was, it was funny. She was like right on it. She was right on it. And and I think a lot of people might hit that, that roadblock in the application process. I don't know why should I do this? Like, you know, those, that imposter syndrome creeps in and why shouldn't you be the person to give this talk? That's a really hard question to answer. So what advice do you have for people if they're filling out an application and they get stuck, they hit a roadblock. Speaker 3 (08:39): Yeah. Speaker 2 (08:41): Yeah. You know, I I'll tell you something. I I'm an, a big believer I get, I always get help. I, you know, I have a community of people that I can ask things and run things by. And I think it's really important for something like this, because you want to get a sense that does it land, does it resonate or like people even knowing what you're talking about? Do you know what I mean? I just, that, that has been my experience that I think it's really been important for me to be able to run it past people. And, and in this case because I was in that masterclass setting, the other thing I was going to say was really, there was an interesting part of that because as I was working on the idea and that's part of it, it's like, sort of, it's like, we're responding, but we're working on the idea that somebody said to me, I got up and I don't quite remember how I said it, but at one point, one of the women said to me somewhere we both know, she said to me, why would I like, you know, cause I looked pretty good for my age. Speaker 2 (09:41): Right? Like I'll say, yeah, I look. And so a lot of people don't realize how old I am and it's just, it just sort of, you know, I always say to my father, he looked, he looked young until he turned 70. So I have a few more years. And so she said, why would women, why would women believe or trust you if they, you look like you do? And I said, but it's not an outside thing. It's an inside thing. But that question was so important, right. To get that kind of response. And I think, you know, that's, the other thing is like, you know, for me, you know, of course since I've done it, but like even doing it where it resonates for men, like there was something about it. It was, it was more than just being a woman, even though the conversation was about being a woman. Speaker 2 (10:23): And I got that from testing it out. Right. And talking about it as I was writing it that it needed to resonate beyond like, yeah, why would I listen to her? Cause she looks great. What does she really know about? So my story tells how I know deeply about what that experience is. And I think that's that, that one question stayed with me the whole time. It's like, it's gotta be beyond like, just looking at me and saying, Oh yeah, like, you know cause that's not really what it's about our inside light. And it's interesting since I've done the talk and lots of people have talked me about it. Men, women, men have talked about how it's affected them. Men have talked to me about how they want their wives to listen and, you know, gay men have talked to me. I mean, like it's really kind of across the board. Speaker 2 (11:13): But there was Oh one woman. I was somewhere and she came up to me and she was you know, like a 32 year old Afro-American woman. And she goes, identify. She goes, I've been feeling that she said, not only because you know of my race, but also because as a woman that I feel like I don't get taken seriously and I'm invisible. And I thought, wow. And I said to her, this is why I'm doing the talk because I like it so that you, you women, your age never had this experience ever. And you know, we're in a society that values youth that values youthful looks that values, you know, the Speaker 1 (11:54): Up and comers, the Anji news, the et cetera, et cetera. Right. And so, you know, when you, it's, it's surprising to hear someone in their thirties say that, but I, I mean, I'm in my forties and I know I feel that way. Yeah. You know, and, and that's why listening to your talk is actually quite healing because you're like, Oh, well, wait a second. I'm not the only person that feels this way or wait a second. It doesn't, that doesn't matter. It matters. What would I, like you said, the light that I have on the inside and how is that B how am I sharing that is kind of like what I got out of it. So I found it to be like, really affirming that like, Hey, and I know this is so cliche age is just a number. But it is, but I get, I know so many women feel that way. So many women feel like they're not heard especially if they're over a certain age, they're passed over if they're over a certain age. And so I think that's why the talk resonates so much. Speaker 2 (13:05): Yeah. Yeah. Well, it's, it's also interesting, you know, it's like the, you know what they say, like, you know, you see your, you see a yellow VW car, you know, Volkswagen car, and then, then you only see them, right? Like, it's like once I started writing about this talk and then reading books and it just happened, right. Like it seemed, but it was very synchronistic. How many in the books, like women over 50 writing stories about when they turn 50, when you know people in you know, broadcasting, people consulting people, you know, high-level executive women. It was really it. I suddenly saw it everywhere. I said, wow, I didn't even realize that this is just in the water of the conversation. Like we don't even know it's existing. So when I started talking about it, it's been out there, but I think people heard it in a new way. Speaker 2 (14:00): And my conversation, I actually just had this happen the other day, a woman I haven't and a beautiful, beautiful young woman who I haven't seen for years. I met her at a workshop up in Syracuse. I met her mom and she's been, you know, we've been sort of tracking each other on social media all these years. And then she reached out to me because she wanted to do an interview on funkshway. And she told me, she'd heard my talk. And she said, and she started quoting it. But the thing that she said that really struck me is what I had said, but she really mirrored back was that we get better as we age. That's the thing. And that's the thing that we really need to get. And so my talk is looking at the hero, not looking at the women behind me, but looking at the women who are out there, I start with an Amash, if you will, to, you know, by time I did it. Speaker 2 (14:52): And, and Farmingdale, Ruth, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the first woman. I mentioned queen Elizabeth, Jane Fonda, Lily, Tommy, Tommy, like they're in their eighties and nineties and they are living full out lives. That's the message. We, we don't need to stop at our fifties. And if we're turning our light on and we're excited about what we're doing and we're out there, you know we were alive and that is what people see. That's the beauty. I mean, to me, that's really the beauty. It's like, we're living, we're living our life. And I, you know, I talk about Jane Fonda. She had a movie you know, five at Jane Fonda in five acts. Speaker 1 (15:33): Like she's still out there. Like she continues. Speaker 2 (15:36): I used to be out there. And she's now, you know, climate change and, you know, getting arrested for protesting and stuff like that. I love her. I love her. Right. That's, that's what I want. That's where I want to be looking. That's what I want to be looking at. Yeah. Speaker 1 (15:52): And it reminds me too, of like Joan Rivers, who was at her prime when she was 81, she had four TV shows a best-selling line on QVC all over the place. I mean, this is a woman who didn't stop, talk about always looking forward. Right, right. Definitely one of those women. So obviously your TEDx talk was a talk and an idea worth spreading touch people's lives a hundred percent. What do you have any other tricks or tips for the listeners about applying for your talk? And then, so you gave one have people around you to bounce ideas off of, I want to circle back because I want to know if you have any others and then we'll talk about the prep, the preparation. So any other tips or tricks? I, I, Speaker 2 (16:48): I would say so. I, I honestly I'm not here to promote anybody, but I would say it helped to have a coach. It really helped to have somebody knowledgeable because I'll tell you what I did learn from her is you kind of, you want to vet, there are a lot of TEDx talks out there and you want to vet them. You want to find one that is going to be, you know, preferably find out about who's producing it cause they're independent and they have guidelines and they should be following them. But sometimes a first time producer may or may not be prepared, right. Fully prepare to really give the, the, the kind of support you need. And that was my experience. It was just, I was, I was spoiled by the kind of sport I've been getting, but I saw that I needed to not worry about anything other than getting myself on stage and speaking and letting everything else be taken care of. Speaker 2 (17:42): So you want to vet and and that's, again, through a coach, I have somebody who who's experienced, she's placed other TEDx she's up place, but helped other people get on the TEDx stage. So that, that, that certainly for me was true. And you know, now it really getting out and you can, I, now we have club, you know, clubhouse people, you know, clubhouse event with people talking about TEDx and, you know, being able to do that 90 minute pitch and stuff like that. And people talking about is this topic. And, you know, for me, it was gathering information about it sort of understanding really what it was, watching them, watching them learning, you know, seeing what worked, what didn't work. And you know, certainly that's a big part of it. And if you know people, I had somebody reach out to me on LinkedIn cause she was going to do TEDx. Speaker 2 (18:34): So she wants to just talk to me to find out more about it. I think it's, it's one of those things where you, there are ways you can find people to find out. One of the things that, you know, Trisha will recommend, like don't bother the TEDx producers, right. If you're like an apply, you're going to apply, they're not the ones to ask these questions. They're really not. They're like, so you need to find that information elsewhere, but there's enough. There's like, Oh, and then that's it. Chris Anderson who started ted.com, it's also, he has a good book out on that. There's a number of books on it. I mean, it really kind of guides to help you think the process through, think about what you're really talking about. What's the difference between a TEDx talk and doing a key note for instance, or, you know, a lot of people. Yeah. I, I did you know, I worked in corporate America for a long time and I did a lot of debt, you know PowerPoint presentations, it's not the same, right. Like really kind of begin to understand really what it is that distinguishes it from other kinds of talks. So those are some of my thoughts just off the top of my head. That's amazing. I love, I would never thought Speaker 1 (19:44): Reach out to pass TEDx speakers. That's such a great tip. Such a great tip. All right. So let's talk about preparing for at the talk. So you just don't say, Oh, practice it a couple of times and wallah I'm up on stage. So talk about your preparation. Yes. Speaker 2 (20:04): So when I, and I, and again, I had a little bit of a jumpstart because I was in and working on another talk and then I ended up practicing my talk and the speaker salon. But Speaker 1 (20:17): It it's it takes Speaker 2 (20:19): Time. I, you know, I think there maybe some, somebody who's a better speaker than I am, but like if you were to apply and it was three weeks from now, and by the way, P TEDx neuro doesn't work that way apply. And then it's several months out, but you really need time to write the talk if you haven't written it to practice it memorization as a whole process, by the way, this is one of the things about getting older. I was afraid I was not going to be able to memorize a talk longer than three minutes. And my talk was I think, nine minutes and I've done 18 minutes, but learning the technique of memorization because they are a memorized talk and, and you don't necessarily have a teleprompter as a whole process of like, how do you memorize? So you've written the talk now you Steve to memorize it. Speaker 2 (21:09): And so that's a really important part. And part of the memorization, again, I've, I've had a lot of coaching from Tricia where you know, ways of memorizing, how to break the script down, sort of, you know, learning a little bit at a time, learning a little bit of time and then starting to put it all together. But part of that practicing is, you know, for me practicing at least three times a day, at least three times a day. And ultimately you don't want to just be practicing in front of your cat. You're going to want to practice in front of other people. But part of that practice was I'd go out walking and I'd practice the talk I'd be driving. I practice the talk. I mean, really I have to, for me, I had to get to the point where it was. Speaker 2 (21:52): So it wasn't just up in my head. It kind of has, I don't know how to describe this, had to drop from my head into my body. Right. And also part of that was to choreograph it. So, you know, like sometimes people have a way of rocking and, you know, they walk around the stage. You have a little, as far as I know for TEDx, there's you have your red circle, which can be a small rug or big rug, but I think you're not supposed to go off the rug. I've seen some Ted dot coms where they do it's a different staging, but the idea is you kind of are in a small space. So you have to practice being able to really stand fairly still, or like move a little bit. But when you're moving, not just because you're rocking, but we actually, I actually choreographed what I was doing and I do it like a performance to be honest with you. Speaker 2 (22:40): And so I got helped with that performance and I got had, you know, somebody I trusted and, and, you know, ultimately Tricia, you know, have somebody see me perform, tell me how to move. You know, maybe I should say it this way. And so it was for me, it was, I had the opportunity to prepare my TEDx talk over three months for the one the one in December of 2019. Then I actually performed it again for speakers who day or another Patricia Ray, after the pandemic. And I had to learn how to do it into a video, looking at myself, that's a whole other technique. And then finally, actually on a stage for a TEDx Farmingdale, which was not, it was live stream, but it was, I did not have a lot live audience. And so each thing each time was something different. Speaker 2 (23:34): So there's a preparation for what you think it's going to be. And then you show up and you have the experience. So it's, it's practice, practice, practice, practicing in front of people. And the other thing we learned is, you know, and then if you're going to practice in front of people two weeks before the talk, don't ask them, you know, you can say, I want to practice. But don't ask, don't have them like start ripping your talk apart, like a certain point. You have to have a few trusted people where they're going to give you good feedback, but it's not about redoing. The talk is a certain point. That's the talk, right. It's very interesting. It's a very it's a, it's a lengthy process. I hope, I hope that answers it. It's like you know, Speaker 1 (24:18): Oh yes, absolutely. Absolutely. And I just, I, I love that you're giving the list, Speaker 2 (24:25): The insight into these things Speaker 1 (24:30): Talks like, Hey, like this takes time, this is months of preparation. This is months of memorization. There are techniques to it. You know, you can memorize one sentence and memorize a sentence, add another sentence at another, till you have a paragraph, right. It's not like you're just going up there trying to memorize a nine minute talk right off the bat, because that's so daunting. And I, I want the listeners to know that you do have time before these talks that it's not like you apply. And they say, okay, see, in Speaker 2 (25:01): A week, right. Speaker 1 (25:04): Yeah, no, they want to make sure you're ready to, yeah. Speaker 2 (25:07): Thanks about the application I forgot to say is very often they ask for video. And so you do like a one to two minute video of yourself. Partly because they want to see who you are, how you speak at a sense. So it's not like if they select your, you just sort of seeing your application and that's it. And so that's always interesting because you know, that was in writing a piece of my talk, not, it was a way of giving, giving the essence of my talk. Actually what I did was I wrote something that was the essence of the talk without like doing the talk. Right. But giving them an opportunity to see me on camera, to get a sense of how I am as a speaker is really important. And that is always a challenge, right? Like I still, I've been doing this for a while and I say this so people understand, like, you know, have, have a little hope because if I can do it, honestly, if I can do it, other people can do it because it, it was an area that I wanted to do, but it was a challenge for me. Speaker 2 (26:07): And I had to learn to do everything, everything, it was always learning something new, something new. And again, I could say at my age, you know, it was tough, but that's not really what it was just, I hadn't learned how to do it before. Right. Speaker 1 (26:19): Yeah. Don't, don't, don't get too overwhelmed by it because you can learn, Speaker 2 (26:24): You can learn and that's really the point you really can learn. But I, you know, I, I say this with all all respect to anyone who wants to try this, if there's a way that they can find, you know, if you, they can find someone to help them with this. For me I'm one of those people, I've done many things in my life. I like to have somebody help guide me because it does seem so daunting. And so the other way, it just feels like, okay, I'm shooting in the dark. I'm not sure because you may never hear from the people that you've applied to. Right. So you have no idea why they didn't accept you. And so it's helpful to get some feedback and guidance from somebody who, who has some experience or expertise in this area. Speaker 1 (27:11): Yeah, absolutely. I couldn't agree more. I mean, we have coaches, like if you want to get better at tennis, you hire a tennis coach. If you want to get better at golfing, you hire a golf coach, you know, it's the same thing you want to get better at speaking, you hire a coach that can teach you how to be a good public speaker, which is why I joined the speaker salon way back when, why you did and, and here we are. Right. Right. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. I think that's great advice. Now, is there anything that we glossed over or any other points that you want to make about your experience on the TEDx Speaker 2 (27:50): Stage? Yeah, I just it it's I have to say if someone really wants to do it, I think that's half the battle. You really want to do it. You really, really there's something for me. It wasn't just like I did it halfway and said, Oh, this is too hard. There was something in me that felt like I had something I needed to say that, that, that, and that really is, it's something, it became something bigger than me. It wasn't just getting up and doing a talk. It had to be something for me to keep going, had to be something bigger that I felt like there was an important message that I needed to say. And I think that's part of it that that is part of what had me do it. And then go to a stage and say, this, this just wasn't the environment, like from a functional perspective, let alone, like, just that, for me, wasn't an alignment with what my talk was about. Speaker 2 (28:53): And I would rather not do it just to say I did it. I th there was a, there was a challenge in that for me, but ultimately I said, it wasn't about saying it just to say it and get it done. This was an important message. And I wanted to be on the stage that I can convey it to where I felt like it could get out. And so that desire that there's a bigger message and that desire for me if like that person in Spain, if there's one person out there that I can touch and make a difference, there's that ripple effect. So it's, it's, it's something that's bigger than us ultimately. And I think that's the important thing. And even like, starting with, you know, that, I don't know why am I the one to say it? Like we don't even know sometimes, but the more I worked on it, the more I realized it was something that had been for me to say for a long time, I just didn't know it. Speaker 2 (29:45): And so it grew and I grew, and there was something so beautiful for me when I finally got on that stage. I really, it really was, I was prepared. I was more than prepared, made up, dressed up a beautiful stage, great support. And and I, I have to say there was one moment where I was moved by my talk. Right. That's the other thing, you know, if you have emotion, but when you're doing your talk, you don't want other people to take care of you. Like they'll just fall apart on the stage. It's really like, you want them to have the experience. It's like, you're giving them a gift and you want them to have the experience. But there was a moment my husband even saw it where my eyes started watering up. I was so moved by what I was saying. It's like, every time I said it, it was new to me. Speaker 2 (30:37): It was new to me. That's the kind of talk. I think that we're looking for something that is so deeply important and satisfying and feel like I am the one to say the talk that, that, that is the thing that kept me going with all the challenges and all the new things to say I wanted to get there. And when I did it and walked off the circle is one of the most satisfying things. I, it really is a peak experience in my life. I've had a few of them. It's really, it's it probably at this point in my life feels like my greatest achievement, to be honest with you so strongly about it. Speaker 1 (31:15): Oh, that's so wonderful. Thank you for sharing that. And now Kate, where can people find you? Like I said, we will have the talk in the show notes for the, for this episode, but where can people find you if they want to do a Ted talk and they want to reach out to you for some advice and just where people can find you on on the regular, regular. Speaker 2 (31:38): Okay. I would say probably my, I am on LinkedIn, Kate McKinnon, spelled M a C K I N N O N. That's probably, you know, that's certainly a good place to reach out to me. I'm on Instagram. Funkshway K at funkshway Kate and Facebook I'm Kate McKinnon. But I also have a website at kate-mckinnon.com, M a C K I N, and r.com. M-Sci K I N N O N, that cog and you know, a place where you can send me an email that way as well. Also, I I'm reachable and you know, all of those are, you know, I check everything, so please feel free. I would be happy to, you know, people really want to talk with me about it, be my honor and pleasure. Really. That's awesome. Speaker 1 (32:30): Awesome. Thank you so much. And last question, knowing where you are now in your life and in your career, what would you give to Speaker 2 (32:40): Your younger self? Oh, I love this question. I, I would say, and I've said this to young women before, who kind of remind me of my younger self. Like I have an assistant working for me. It was like 23 years old. And I've had women like in their 1819 that I would say you have everything you need to be successful right now. The only difference between me and you is experience. I love it. That's great advice. Yeah. Excellent advice. Thank you so much, Kate. This was a great talk. And I think the listeners now have a better idea of what it takes to get on that TEDx stage. And we will regroup with you and Kaia and Trisha for the TEDx round table, which I'm really excited about. So thank you so much. Thank you, Karen. Thanks you so much for asking me to be on it's my honor, and privilege, and you know, to be able to talk about this, obviously I get really excited, but I, I really love sharing with people and I really hope that people really look to themselves to see where they might actually have that message that they want to do this. Speaker 2 (33:57): That would just mean the world to me. So, and I look forward to seeing you with Kaia and Tricia at the round table. Yes, I'm definitely looking forward to that one and everyone thanks so much for tuning in and listening. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy while at the, in smart.  

Jabbedu Education Podcast
Examining Whiteness and Anti-Racism in our Schools with Dr. Sam Tanner

Jabbedu Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 58:05


Talking about how your skin color affects your life is not easy.  In fact, it is really hard and uncomfortable, because we know that in a just society, skin color shouldn’t matter at all… so as a white male, it can be hard to accept that I’ve benefitted (and likely will continue to benefit) from my skin color in ways I likely will never notice.But if we don’t start having these conversations now, nothing will change, and we’ll rob future generations of the chance of a truly equitable society.So thankfully there are people like Samuel Jaye Tanner who are leading the way in discussions around whiteness, white privilege, and anti-racism.  In this episode we discuss his experience as a white teacher in a predominantly black school, how it affected his second job as a white teacher in a predominantly white school, the lessons he has learned from improv, and how we can begin to think about how our race interacts with our everyday experiences.Tune in!

Strange Animals Podcast
Episode 225: Talking Animals

Strange Animals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 26:34


Talking animals! It's not what you're thinking about. No parrots here, just mammals. Our new logo is by Susanna King of Flourish Media! If you'd like to JOIN OUR MAILING LIST!, I'll be sending out a discount code soon for merch with our logo on it--but only for people on the mailing list (and patrons). Further listening: The MonsterTalk episode about Gef the Talking Mongoose (this episode has no swearing that I recall but some other episodes may have a little bit of salty language) Mongolian Throat Singing Further reading: 'Talking' seals mimic sounds from human speech, and validate a Boston legend How do marine mammals produce sounds? Elephant communication Hoover the talking seal: Janice, a gray seal who learned to mimic human speech and song: Wikie, the orca who mimics human speech: Kosik, an elephant who mimics human speech: Gef the "talking mongoose": Show transcript: Welcome to Strange Animals Podcast. I’m your host, Kate Shaw. Before we get started, I have some announcements! First, you may have noticed we have a new logo! It’s by Susanna King of Flourish Media, who did a fantastic job! Susanna is also a listener, which is awesome. I’ve put a link to Flourish Media in the show notes if you have a company or something that needs professional graphic design. If you’re interested in getting a shirt or mug with the new Strange Animals Podcast logo on it, I’m figuring out the best company to use for merch. If you sign up to our mailing list, as soon as merch is available I’ll be sending an email out about it, and I’ll include a discount code you can use to save some money! I’ve linked to the mailing list in the show notes, and it’s also linked on the website and my social media, but if you can’t find it, just send me a message and I’ll reply with the link. The final announcement is that my cat Poe is finally home and recovering from a scary illness. He developed what’s called pyothorax, which is an infection in the chest, and in Poe’s case we still don’t know what caused it. After a week in the veterinary intensive care unit, he’s finally home and getting better all the time. That’s why last week’s episode was so short, and if you messaged me this week about something and I seemed impatient when I replied, that’s why. I just haven’t had any mental energy to concentrate on anything but Poe. Thank you to everyone at the Animal Emergency and Specialty Center of Knoxville for taking such good care of him. We’ve got something fun and a little different this time, inspired by two things. First, I saw a tweet about a captive beluga whale who had apparently learned to mimic human speech and one night told a diver in his pool to get out. Then the awesome podcast BewilderBeasts had a segment about a harbor seal in Maine who was rescued by a fisherman as a pup, which reminded me of a similar situation with another harbor seal in Maine, Hoover the Talking Seal. That’s right, it’s an episode about mammals that can talk, including one of my favorite cryptozoological mysteries ever. Before we learn about talking animals, we need to learn a little bit about how humans talk. Humans produce most vocal sounds using our larynx, which is sometimes called a voicebox. The human larynx is situated at the top of the throat, and it helps us breathe, helps keep food from going down the wrong tube and into the lungs, and enables us to make sounds. It consists of cartilage, small muscles, and flaps of tissue called vocal folds or vocal cords. There are two kinds of vocal folds: the true vocal folds that are connected to muscles and actually produce sound, and the false vocal folds that don’t have any connected muscles and just help with resonance. Usually resonance just makes the sound louder, but humans have learned to do amazing things with our voices. Some cultures use the false vocal folds to create a secondary tone. It’s called overtone singing,

Making A Martini: Up, Dry, and Straight to the Point
Remember When Everyone Was Upset About Mr. Potatohead...

Making A Martini: Up, Dry, and Straight to the Point

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 61:19


But really...remember that? That little outburst is just one of the many victims of cancel culture. Which is our topic of this episode! Talking with special guest, Adele Marie Stewart about the world of cancel culture. Where it came from. Who's been hit. The stupidity of people 1. to rely on it and try to cancel pointless shit instead of paying attention to the real issues and 2. to get caught in cancel culture. If we missed one of your favorite canceled things, please, leave us a comment! 

Being and Making Disciples: A Catholic podcast about fruitful ministry.
Is Evangelization Your Top Priority? 5 Questions to Answer

Being and Making Disciples: A Catholic podcast about fruitful ministry.

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 25:28


Talking about evangelization is one thing, but making it a priority requires hard work. Dan & Justin discuss 5 questions that will help you discern if your parish or ministry really has evangelization as the top priority.

Locked On Indians - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Indians
Franmil Reyes, Owen Miller, and More

Locked On Indians - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Indians

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 31:05


1) Digging into the addition of Owen Miller, what he should bring, and my concerns for his profile. Talking about Franmil Reyes injury, and how the Indians have one league average hitter now 2) Talking about the Big Rays/Brewers trade which featured a former Indian, discussing the pitching problems and sending down Triston McKenzie and whatwho this team can turn to for help next 3) Talking about Sunday's game, a minor league minute on Jhonkensy Noel one of the hottest hitters in the system, then looking at trades that could make sense starting with the Orioles and Trey Mancini Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Wealthfront To get your first $5,000 managed for FREE, for life, go to wealthfront.com/LockedOnMLB Lucy.Co Go to Lucy.co and use Promo Code LOCKEDONMLB to get 20% off all products on your first order, including gum or lozenges! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Talk Radio Meltdown
501: (c)(3) Organization

Talk Radio Meltdown

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 123:02


The Warm-Up Welcome to an important installment of Hardly Focused! For the first time since February 2020, Nate Fillers is in-studio with Jack Gill. Both are fully vaccinated and happily breathing on each other. Kicking off this episode, Jack and Nate discuss the pandemic and it’s impending conclusion. Worth mentioning, half the population of Massachusetts is vaccinated! Seriously, if you are able to – get your jab! The Season 46 Finale of Saturday Night Live This segment kicks off with Jack explaining the re-tooled presentation of Hardly Focused. Want to hear the warm-up and wrap-up segments from this episode? Download the FULL podcast! In-studio together, Jack and Nate briefly discuss signs that the pandemic is nearing an end in the US. With it featuring a full, vaccinated audience, Jack recaps the season finale of Saturday Night Live. Talking points include the riskiest joke during “Weekend Update,” and Lil Nas X’s wardrobe malfunction. Let’s Discuss Mental Health May is Mental Health Awareness Month! In this extended segment, Jack and Nate take advantage of being in-studio together to discuss their own respective mental health. With this past year being the ultimate test, Jack and Nate chat about their own struggles – and victories – against their personal demons. The Wrap-Up Wrapping up this episode of Hardly Focused, Jack blitzes through some of the most bizarre news from this past week. Notably, Jack covers the on-air outburst by Boston radio host Matt Siegel. Spoilers: Despite his best intentions, Siegel didn’t actually quit. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardlyfocused/support

Talk Radio Meltdown
The Season 46 Finale of Saturday Night Live

Talk Radio Meltdown

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 32:11


This segment kicks off with Jack explaining the re-tooled presentation of Hardly Focused. Want to hear the warm-up and wrap-up segments from this episode? Download the FULL podcast! In-studio together, Jack and Nate briefly discuss signs that the pandemic is nearing an end in the US. With it featuring a full, vaccinated audience, Jack recaps the season finale of Saturday Night Live. Talking points include the riskiest joke during “Weekend Update,” and Lil Nas X’s wardrobe malfunction. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardlyfocused/support

Survivor: Edge of Extinction Recaps from Rob has a Podcast | RHAP

For the forty-third episode of Talking with T-Bird, Rob and T-Bird catch up with Survivor: Africa castaway Clarence Black. The post Talking with T-Bird: Clarence Black appeared first on RobHasAwebsite.com.

Rob Has a Podcast | Survivor / Big Brother / Amazing Race - RHAP

For the forty-third episode of Talking with T-Bird, Rob and T-Bird catch up with Survivor: Africa castaway Clarence Black. The post Talking with T-Bird: Clarence Black appeared first on RobHasAwebsite.com.

JOY IS NOW
JOY IS NOW: THESE THREE THINGS WITH SHARON ZIMMERMAN

JOY IS NOW

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 48:08


Hi Friends and welcome to JOY IS NOW! The podcast where we take a psychologically minded look at life. I’m your host Lisa Anderson Shaffer, coach, consultant, and resident psych enthusiast.I am excited to host for a THESE THREE THINGS discussion, Bay Area metalsmith, ethical jewelry designer, small business consultant and educator, and Season 1 JOY guest, SHARON ZIMMERMAN. We talk money and how transparency is the answer to removing a lot of the mystery and stigma surrounding money as an artist and small business owner.She says, "Talking about money is only taboo if you already have it."Join the conversation, it's a good one. JOY IS NOW is sponsored by listeners like you! visit LISAANDERSONSHAFFER.COM to join the community and become a one time or recurring patron of the podcast.LISA ANDERSON SHAFFER, LMFTNEWSLETTERBOOKPATRONAGEINSTAGRAMEPISODE LINKS:SHARON ZIMMERMANCLASSESYOUTUBESupport the show (https://www.lisaandersonshaffer.com/products/p-a-t-r-o-n-a-g-e)

Contemplify
Scott Ballew on Talking to Mountains & the Sublimity of Sad Songs

Contemplify

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 87:09


Scott Ballew is songwriter from Austin, Texas. He earns his keep as the Head of Films and Commercials at YETI, producing and directing films that inspire a life well-lived. During the pandemic, Scott dusted off his guitar and got to writing songs, polishing them, and then to his own surprise, releasing an album out into the wild. Scott Ballew’s first album is called Talking to Mountains. In our conversation we talk about the genesis of his album, the relationship between sobriety and creativity, the entanglement of humor and sadness, how legendary Texan songwriter Terry Allen helped form Scott’s artistic backbone, the perennial life questions that have been peppering him throughout his entire life and a good deal more. You can listen to Scott Ballew’s album Talking to Mountains on all the streaming services or head over to leisurerodeo.com to get your mitts on a cassette or an LP. And you read that right, that’s leisurerodeo.com.

Bavarian Football Works: For Bayern Munich fans
BPW Postgame Show: Talking points from Bayern Munich’s 5-2 win over Augsburg

Bavarian Football Works: For Bayern Munich fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2021 16:07


The end of a title winning season is always memorable, but this game was more than that. It was the end of the road for three players, a coach, and a legendary record. You could not have asked for a better game as a Bayern Munich fan. Well, maybe you could have, but let’s leave that for the podcast. Talking points from the game: How Augsburg became undone trying to stop Robert Lewandowski. The most frustration I’ve ever felt as a football fan. Departures leave Bayern lacking quality and experience. Lucas Hernandez’s impeccable defense makes us question Flick’s decisions. We need a van Dijk for next season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Josh Adams Podcast
Hollywood ain't casting me as the 'Loveable Pedo'

Josh Adams Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2021 139:27


Episode Notes Nate the Great is back and EJ on the boards with Khary and of course Josh. How close do you expect the comedy to match a comedian's real life? Talking about music, comedy, and joke theft. Also relationships and buying hotel rooms. Shout Out to the Red Roof Inn. Josh Adams the comedian shares his takes, stories, and thoughts on life weekly. The Josh Adams Podcast is hosted by Josh Adams with co-host J Bell and other guests.

FeedTommy Podcast
EP5, dealing with pressure, tommyk tournament, celebrity boxing and pdx 2021

FeedTommy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2021 50:09


high pressure situationstommkay international touroementgetting into mmapdxcon 2021sports weight inscelebrity fightsdealing with your communitycontent creators talking about there private life

Good Karma Sportfishing
Repel Sharks with Electric Downriggers? Shark Repellent Testing

Good Karma Sportfishing

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2021 24:45


Talking about shark repellents. May want to give this one a good listen. I talk about what I am testing out and talk about a shark repellent that is out there on the market today that my buddy has been using for a year now and what he has seen. Check out this study https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0052/3862/0195/files/How_Close_is_too_Close_The_Effect_of_a_NonLethal_Electrical_Shark_Deterrent_on_White_Shark_Behaviour.pdf This is the product I talk about in the podcast https://www.sharkshield.co.za Learn more about electrical current and downriggers and how they used https://www.protroll.com/bb-chapter-1  

What Else Is Going On? With Taria S. Faison
"We're Having A kiki ft. Kiki Monique"

What Else Is Going On? With Taria S. Faison

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2021 133:27


In this episode, I got to talk to Kiki Monique aka @thetalkofshame and we had such an amazing, soul stirring conversation.  First, we talked about Kiki's early years and how she navigated being in majority white spaces as a child and the impact it had on her and the way she navigates the world now. Then we get into how she got started doing deep dives (Tik Tok) and her coming over to Instagram and building her account. And of course, we jump headfirst into the Bravo-verse and Kiki shares with us her upcoming project (I have already subscribed!)Talking to Kiki was like talking to a friend I have had forever...and I can't wait for her to come back!The Talk of Shame

Dawson McAllister Live
You Will Make It

Dawson McAllister Live

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 48:42


Bring us your struggles, your worries, your cares, and concerns. It's not about us, but about you getting the help you need so you will make it! Talking about: Addiction for over a decade Kidnapped Mom trying to get custody back Parent problems Severe anxiety Addiction to marijuana Find additional help at: https://www.thehopeline.com/.

During the Break
Zuz is BACK on DTB!

During the Break

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 55:07


Fearlessly Authentic Coach and overall cool person - Zuz Foldiova is back on DTB! Talking food, coaching, competing, learning, and life in Slovakia! Also - what time is it in Slovakia anyway? PLUS - The Last Kingdom on Netflix is better than Game of Thrones - we discuss! If you enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends, and check out the website duringthebreakpodcast.com Please consider supporting the podast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm

4th and 20 with Toast & Marsh
Nery Saenz - Stand-Up Comedian - Entertainment News 5-21 Seg 3

4th and 20 with Toast & Marsh

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 15:17


Talking cake & entertainment