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The Full Go with Jason Goff
Chicago Deadline Nothingness With Eno Sarris and Chris Tannehill, Plus RIP Vin Scully | Ep. 132

The Full Go with Jason Goff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 107:24


The MLB trade deadline came and went, but the White Sox remained quiet and the Cubs kept their guys, as Jason got his hopes up for nothing (01:23). The underwhelming season continues to test his Sox fandom. Jason is next joined The Athletic's Eno Sarris and 670 The Score's Chris Tannehill (24:40). They break down why the Sox didn't make a move, why Tony La Russa was never the right choice for this team, and why the Cubs chose not to trade Ian Happ and Willson Contreras. Tanny also discusses his frustration with the White Sox as they blew this season before it even began (01:03:20). Jason asks his producers what it would take to accept an offer from a company like LIV Golf (01:20:02). Just before the show wrapped, the news came out that former Dodgers announcer Vin Scully passed away (01:34:18). Host: Jason Goff Guests: Chris Tannehill and Eno Sarris Producers: Steve Ceruti, Jessie Lopez, and Tony Gill Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

NFL Latino TV
#13 Ryan Tannehill | QB Rankings

NFL Latino TV

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 12:58


Ryan Timothy Tannehill III tuvo un muy mal cierre de la temporada 2021, pero sus 2 años en Tennessee han puesto a la franquicia de los Titans de nuevo en el mapa de la NFL. Tannehill tendrá el reto de ganar la AFC por tercer año consecutivo, pero ahora sin AJ Brown en la ofensiva. “Tanny” es nuestro QB13. Puesto en el Ranking 2021: #11 Puedes seguir todos los detalles del Ranking Anual de QBs de NFL Latino TV en nuestras Redes Sociales: ▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NFLlatinoTV ▪ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NFLlatinoTV ▪ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nfllatinotv

McNeil & Parkins Show
Ice Cube believes hip-hop stations should learn from Tanny's opens (Hour 1)

McNeil & Parkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 25:16


In the first hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel were joined by legendary rapper and actor Ice Cube to discuss the fifth season of his Big3 3-on-3 basketball league, which kicks off in Chicago on Saturday.

Rotoviz Radio
Monty and Tanny - RV FF Show

Rotoviz Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 27:46


Dave Caban and Curtis Patrick talk about Ryan Tannehill and David Montgomery... The RotoViz Fantasy Football Show is powered by RotoViz Radio. HOSTS Dave Caban (@davecabanff) – RotoViz Co-Owner  Curtis Patrick (@CPatricknfl) – RotoViz Co-Owner  The RotoViz Fantasy Football Show A RotoViz podcast covering all things fantasy football, hosted by Dave Caban and Curtis Patrick SPONSORS MYFFPC - The FFPC Stat Attack is brought to you by myffpc.com the home of season-long high stakes fantasy football RotoViz- RotoViz Radio listeners can save 10% off of a 1-year RotoViz subscription at RotoViz.com/podcast  or by applying the discount code 'rvradio2022' at checkout. Subscribe to the RotoViz YouTube Channel here! SHOW NOTES Email: RotoVizFFshow@gmail.com  Voice Mail: (978)-615-9214 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

RotoViz Fantasy Football Show
Monty and Tanny

RotoViz Fantasy Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 27:46


Dave Caban and Curtis Patrick talk about Ryan Tannehill and David Montgomery... The RotoViz Fantasy Football Show is powered by RotoViz Radio. HOSTS Dave Caban (@davecabanff) – RotoViz Co-Owner  Curtis Patrick (@CPatricknfl) – RotoViz Co-Owner  The RotoViz Fantasy Football Show A RotoViz podcast covering all things fantasy football, hosted by Dave Caban and Curtis Patrick SPONSORS MYFFPC - The FFPC Stat Attack is brought to you by myffpc.com the home of season-long high stakes fantasy football RotoViz- RotoViz Radio listeners can save 10% off of a 1-year RotoViz subscription at RotoViz.com/podcast  or by applying the discount code 'rvradio2022' at checkout. Subscribe to the RotoViz YouTube Channel here! SHOW NOTES Email: RotoVizFFshow@gmail.com  Voice Mail: (978)-615-9214 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

McNeil & Parkins Show
The stages of grief when it comes to Tony La Russa's presence (Hour 1)

McNeil & Parkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 22:07


Tony La Russa put Leury Garcia in the leadoff spot again Wednesday evening and to absolutely no one's surprise, he went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts. Which stage of grief are you in right now? Tanny is reserved and accepting, while Shane is incredibly angry.

Kim and Ket Stay Alive... Maybe: A Horror Movie Comedy Podcast
Ep. 199 Tammy and the T-Rex: “The Tale of Literally the ONE THING We Know about the T-Rex”

Kim and Ket Stay Alive... Maybe: A Horror Movie Comedy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 166:38


For Pride Month, Kim tells Ket about the bananas Tanny ::ahem:: I mean, TAMMY and the T-Rex featuring Theo Forsett as the delightful Byron! Oh! And teeny tiny baby Denise Richards and Paul Walker (RIP). Ketryn loses her mind, on multiple occasions, and takes a minute to hop into this ‘93 white Mustang convertible of a movie… but she gets there! So pick up your cool, clear, landline phone and dial 1-800-DINO-MAN! Most importantly, we'll learn if Ket will live or die in Tammy and the T-Rex.Dir. Stewart RaffillWriters Gary Brockette, Stewart RaffillHoʻoponopono: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ho%CA%BBoponoponoAn example of the practice: https://graceandlightness.com/hooponopono-hawaiian-prayer-for-forgiveness/ Listen to season 1 of our new horror trivia pod!KIM AND KET'S SURVIVE THE CELLARlink.chtbl.com/kkstc KKSAM Facebook Discussion Group!!"Sammies Stay Alive... Maybe"www.facebook.com/groups/kksampodcast Get acquainted with all things KIM & KET at www.kimandketstayalive.com Chat with the girls at kksampodcast@gmail.comPeep the girls on Instagram: @kksampodcastRock with the girls on Tik Tok: @kksampodcastTwit the girls on Twitter: @kksampodcastBook the face of the girls on Facebook: @kksampodcastWear the shirts of the girls from the MERCH Store: kimandketstayalivemaybe.threadless.comSupport the girls on PATREON at: www.patreon.com/kimandketstayalivemaybeOk we'll see ourselves out.Thanks for listening!xo and #StayAlive,K&K Proud members of the Dread Podcast NetworkSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

SIDELINE SPECTATOR
EP53 TB12 FOX DEAL,TANNY ON WILLIS, BRYCENS TWEETS, GIANNIS PLAYS FOOTBALL

SIDELINE SPECTATOR

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 49:51


TB12 Fox Deal Tanny on Willis Rams Broncos Christmas Day Chargers Roster Construction Tua STIIIIIINKS NBA Playoffs Rodgers is a fraud again

Wake Up Zone
JMart & Ramon Hour 2: More Tanny Talk + Eytan Shander

Wake Up Zone

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 36:50


Regarding Ryan Tannehill's Titans career and current team circumstances, Jason compares Ryan to Alex Smith. Ramon thinks it is time for the media and fans to let Tannehill off the mat. Eytan Shander of Fox Sports The Gambler/Philadelphia says Eagles fans couldn't believe their team acquired AJ Brown, that the jury is still out on Jalen Hurts, and stresses the importance of AJ's availability.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Zone Podcasts
JMart & Ramon Hour 2: More Tanny Talk + Eytan Shander

Zone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 36:50


Regarding Ryan Tannehill's Titans career and current team circumstances, Jason compares Ryan to Alex Smith. Ramon thinks it is time for the media and fans to let Tannehill off the mat. Eytan Shander of Fox Sports The Gambler/Philadelphia says Eagles fans couldn't believe their team acquired AJ Brown, that the jury is still out on Jalen Hurts, and stresses the importance of AJ's availability.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

McNeil & Parkins Show
Shane wants to take a swim with concrete shoes after White Sox loss in opener (Hour 3)

McNeil & Parkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 42:32


We continue the unofficial White Sox postgame show after their loss to the Tigers on Opening Day in Detroit. Danny, Spiegs and Tanny try to convince Shane that taking a swim with concrete shoes is NOT a good idea. Then, is there any potential first-round matchup you actually like for the Bulls? Later, Marquee Sports Network analyst Cameron Maybin joins the show to talk Cubs.

The Swampflix Podcast
#157: Denise Richards, Fake Cheerleaders, and Real Housewives

The Swampflix Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 103:27


Brandon and Britnee discuss all things Denise Richards, from her early roles as cheerleaders to her recent roles as cheerleaders' moms to her iconic run on the reality series The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills https://swampflix.com/ 00:00 Welcome 02:30 Barry Munday (2010) 05:40 The Girl Can't Help It (1956) 08:40 Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (1957) 14:12 The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills 50:55 The Secret Lives of Cheerleaders (2019) 1:01:45 Killer Cheer Mom (2021) 1:08:55 Wild Things (1998) 1:16:00 Tanny and the Teenage T-Rex (1994)

Tanya & Steve for Breakfast - Triple M Newcastle
RYZY'S REWIND: Tanny's fall + Steve's type (of woman)

Tanya & Steve for Breakfast - Triple M Newcastle

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 6:08


Listen to the funniest moments of the week according to show anchor Ryzy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

nuclear hangover
demon slayer ep3-4: i wouldnt leave nezuko alone with the d@#k mask guy (ta2)

nuclear hangover

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 15:50


https://www.nuclearhangover.com/ < go to my webzone, follow the socials, attain enlightenment demon slayer s1e3-4 i wouldnt leave nezuko alone with the d@#k mask guy 03/21/2022 e3 : sabito and makomo summary: This episode has a lot going on. It opens with an info dump further explaining demons and demon slayers, which goes a little something like this(see notes). After that we are back with Tanjiro and Urokodaki where we learn the process of becoming a Demon Cop. First, you have to be instructed by a trainer, of which Uro is but one of many. Secondly, if your trainer deems you worthy you are sent to a final selection where you must survive to become a full fledged member. Tanjiro is getting well underway with that. As a side note here, evidently Nezuko is in some kind of demon coma. Tanjiro is doing a lot of journaling in this ep with entries addressed to her, whether for when she wakes up or more likely when/if he manages to make her human again. Anyyyywayyy. Tanny boy is just getting straight up dominated Manuel Ferrara style by Uro in the training. The traps on the mountain obstacle course are getting deadlier, the lessons are getting more abstract, the subject matter more difficult to master. We are introduced to something called “total concentration breathing™” which is explained with a bunch of mumbo jumbo but it's essentially kaio-ken from dragon ball. Evidently, Urokodaki has a technique called water breathing, and there's like different forms of it but we don't really get into that in the episode. Guess they're gonna spoon feed us that one. After six months of this intense training, Urokodaki leads Tanjiro to a secluded glen in the middle of which is a large boulder. Uro informs his apprentice that in order to be sent to final selection Tanjiro will have to slice this volkswagen size stone in half with his sword. After one slice Tanjiro realizes he doesn't have what it takes. Enter Sabito and Makomo, two dreamlike masked and vacced mysterious siblings that emerge from nowhere to dispense valuable information. Sabito shows up first, spars with Tanjiro and promptly beats the fuck out of his shit. All the while, he derides and belittles Tanjiro's failure to master anything that Uro-kun has taught him. After getting his shit pushed in by Sabito, Tanner is laying in this forested glen beset by ennui when a little shawty (Makomo) shows up to give his some much needed words of encouragement. While Sabito just beat his shit in and spit in his eye, Makomo lays out a game plan to get him up to speed. Flash forward six more months. Tanjiro is ready. He squares up with Sabito again and this time gets the upper hand immediately slicing his opponent's mask right in half. Suddenly, the siblings disappear, seemingly pleased, leaving Tboy befuddled when he realizes that maybe the boulder was the fox mask he was trying to slice the whole time. Because that's what happened. The siblings were gone and the boulder was cleft in twain. notes: 2:20 - the demon slayer corps consists of several hundred members and is not affiliated with the guberment in any way (very based all governments are evil). The corps has been around since ancient times but there leader is a mysterious Gus and no one knows who it is (allegedly). the demons on the other hand, they feed on humans. They are possessed with rapid healing and can even regenerate limbs in the blink of an eye. Some allusions are made to demons that can shape shift and others that possess “otherworldly” powers. A note is made here that no one knows when and where they first appeared. Finally, we find out that they can only be killed by sunlight or by decapitation with a special sword. total concentration breathing helps healing and balance. They go into it how it works twice but it's all a bunch of mumbo jumbo and basically it just lets demon slayers get as strong as demons if they can master it. final thoughts: This episode definitely has...

Some Metalheads Are Gonna Roll
Retro Review: Vulgar Display of Power by Pantera

Some Metalheads Are Gonna Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 75:06


Vulgar Display of Power turns 30 years old TODAY and by my account, it has aged like a damn fine black tooth grin. This is Pantera's best selling record to date, and with good reason. Reece Scruggs of Havok and my best friend "Tanny the Tan Man" Tanner Hensley join me today to retroactively review this bad boy in its entirety. What's your favorite track off of this seminal metal record?

Some Metalheads Are Gonna Roll
Requiem by KoЯn

Some Metalheads Are Gonna Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2022 28:59


"Tanny the Tan Man" Tanner Hensley and I have a quick chat about KoЯn's latest album, Requiem. We even rank it on a scale from 1 to 10 corn kernels. Let us know you're favorite song and how many corn kernels you'd give it. And also, if you don't like nu metal or KoЯn, DON'T FUCKING LISTEN TO THIS PODCAST.

SuperFeast Podcast
#147 Eating For Vitality In Summer with Kimberly Ashton

SuperFeast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 48:42


Something we're passionate about at SuperFeast is honouring the depths and beauty of living with each of the five season seasons. Through observing the energetics of nature and consuming foods that are in season, we can flow in harmony with the element of each season. Summertime is the season of joy, festivities, sunshine, the heart and is associated with the Element of Fire. The energy of this season is upward and outward and driven by Yang energy. Naturally, we crave full sunshine, warmth, cooling foods, and activities that bring a sense of excitement. All too often in this season, we tend to overdo it and exhaust ourselves to the point of depletion. More than any other season, Summer is about maintaining balance (not always easy); The true art of living in Summer is to energise without exhausting. When the Fire element is in balance, the heart is strong, the mind is calm, and sleep is sound.    Here to introduce and explore the flavours, fruits, grains, vegetables, herbs, and spices of Summer, we have our favourite TCM Food Therapist, Kimberly Ashton. Kimberly's healing work centres around the power of functional food, Chinese medicine, the 5 Elements, food energetics, emotional anatomy, and energy medicine. Kimberly and Mason discuss dampness within the body, the Five-Element cycle, how to nourish the Yang energy and not overexert yourself to the point of affecting the kidneys, and adrenal burnout. Kimberly gives the full breakdown of what foods and flavours we should be eating to support vitality and how the energetics of these foods and the fire element work together within the body.    "Summer is a time for cooling foods, lighter cooking styles, a little bit of spice, a little bit of bitterness, and keeping your circulation moving; it's not a time to sit in front of the tv, save that for winter. Look after your sleep, mental, and emotional state as well because that can be easily tipped, as well, in this season".   - Kimberly Ashton      Mason and Kimberly discuss: The Fire organ system. Foods to eat in Summer. Burnout and the Kidney's. How to avoid Summer burn out. Chinese medicine food therapy. The beauty of the afternoon naps. Why we need to sweat in Summer. What is the Fire Element and Fire Qi? Signs your fire element is out of balance. Cooking and preparing food in Summer. Bitter and spice; The flavours of Summer. Listening to your body and seeing what it wants. Dampness and not over cooling the digestive system.   Who is Kimberly Ashton? Kimberly Ashton is a Holistic Wellness coach that focuses on the 5 Elements, Food Therapy and Chinese Medicine. She spent over 18 years in Asia and Shanghai, 8 of which she co-founded China's first health food store & plant-based nutrition cooking studio. Now back in Australia, she launched Qi Food Therapy in 2020, a platform offering e-books, online courses, and coaching for “balancing life energy” through food, food energetics & emotional wellness. In 2019 she published her second book “Chinese Superfoods” in Mandarin, which encourages new generations of food therapy enthusiasts to explore Asian traditional foods, everyday ingredients & get back in the kitchen. It has sold over 7000 copies in China. Her approach is centered on cultivating an intuitive relationship with food and helping people understand their energies through food choices, cooking techniques, the 5 Elements, emotional & energy practices.   CLICK HERE TO LISTEN ON APPLE PODCAST    Resources: Kimberly's Website  Kimberly's Instagram Soothing Liver Qi Stagnation 5 Elements & Cycles e-course      Q: How Can I Support The SuperFeast Podcast? A: Tell all your friends and family and share online! We'd also love it if you could subscribe and review this podcast on iTunes. Or  check us out on Stitcher, CastBox, iHeart RADIO:)! Plus  we're on Spotify!   Check Out The Transcript Here:   Mason: (00:00) Kimberly, thanks so much for coming on again.   Kimberly: (00:02) Glad to be back. Thanks for having me.   Mason: (00:05) Yeah. Oh, it's nice. In between... since our last chat where I was able to get on, and have that session with you, diving into my dominant organs, based on your technique, which is really revealing and amazing, and really nuanced, which I really enjoyed as a part of your process, the nuance of not just having it just be like, "This one organ system kind of just..." Yeah. You went deeper. It was nice.   Kimberly: (00:31) It's fun knowing our predominant elements. I always have to catch myself because we all have five elements in and around us, but we have a predominant three that are more easily to get out of balance, let's say. Or more typical that come out in our emotions and personality. And food. We're driven to certain foods based on if you're an earth element or a wood element person. And yeah. It's really fun. And today we'll be talking further on the elements, and more so with the fire and summer element.   Mason: (01:03) I definitely recommend everyone jump in and have that... have a session with you if they're interested in figuring out what their dominant organs are.   Kimberly: (01:10) Yeah.   Mason: (01:10) And I'm looking forward to hearing and getting some insights about how we can weave in with the fire element and summer, and what are those foods that are going to help that fire, Qi, transform between its yin and yang. And I mean, I feel like I always... I was telling my team, I was talking about summer just especially in the Southern hemisphere, just really watch out in summer because we have these huge festivities in the middle of the time when we don't need extra festivities.   Kimberly: (01:44) That's right. That's right.   Mason: (01:48) Yeah. What's your take on that? Because I talk about going... your preparation for winter and your capacity to cultivate and be in a cycle of cultivating energy rather than just trying to heal yourself after burning out. So it starts now. Your cultivation for winter starts now. Because if you go real hard, the fire runs too hot, burns out, then you're going to be spending winter trying to heal rather than cultivating.   Kimberly: (02:13) Yeah, absolutely. And I think that's a part of modern society. We live... No matter what season it is or where you live in the world, whether it's a tropical place or in Sweden or I don't know, somewhere really cold, we tend to burn out just as a general fire element. I'll dive into more details, but we do tend to do that. And then we get to winter or the water element, and then we're burnt out. And then we're always playing catch up. Because of this cycle, we're going round and round. There's no stopping it. People don't understand that it... what you do now affects...   Kimberly: (02:46) And the Chinese practitioners in the Chinese medicine system understands that beautifully, right, that what you do now affects the next season. So as you said, even though it's Christmas and beach weather and barbecues and parties, and end of year in the Southern hemisphere, we do burn out. But people can do that at any time of the year. You can use your fire in autumn or in late summer as well. But it's just more prone to being used up. And as you said, it actually affects in the five element cycle, and the nourishing cycle, and the destructive cycle, if you want to go there quickly, you affect the kidneys, and you burn out with the adrenals.   Kimberly: (03:26) I actually personally have just done that in the last few weeks. I had acupuncture yesterday, and I was like, "I'm tired and it's self inflicted." And yeah. It was... well, it is, just too much mental and physical activity. So we're just getting too burnt. And that's a modern day trait, I think, with everyone burning out so literally with the fire element. So yeah. I'll share a little bit about what the fire element is for those people who are into Chinese medicine, which they probably are if they're listening, or maybe some people that are new and are just exploring the elements and realising the depth and the beauty of living in seasons and elements.   Mason: (04:10) Yeah, I mean, that's the beautiful thing here. If anyone is listening, as I know a lot of people... You come here and listen to this podcast. And especially, I know a lot of people really tune in for these seasonal ones when we chat, or when myself and [Taney 00:04:22] have them as well, where we go a little bit more philosophical. We're very practical in this podcast here.   Mason: (04:28) And if it's like, "Oh gosh, I don't have room for like fire element, and fire Qi," the information, that's just a way to relate that the information that we explore here, and that's why I really like your work, it's so practical and just comes down to just wisdom-based principles that have been refined... the insights that have been refined over thousands and thousands of years. It doesn't matter where you are in the world. The idea is for you to relate to what's going on energetically around you, or seasonally around you, and what food is available locally, as well. And then it's just those simple, "All right. This is the type of energy of the food that is going to keep that organ system moving. This is the food preparation that's going to keep that organ system moving" because at this time of year, this is what you need to keep going based on the temperature, based on what's going on.   Mason: (05:17) So just for everyone, just make sure you... you don't have to like... You can just be like "Oh yeah. Interesting. They're saying fire." But we're coming down to... And as you said, the burnout and the kidneys, I think this time of year, I've had a lot of people, interestingly enough, talking about hair lately. And that's a real... I think that's one... Whether it's little symptoms going on within joints, little symptoms going on within hair, and I'm kind of there at the moment as well. I really have not been quite listening to my body in how much rest it desires. And I can see my hair health just like, oh it's just not quite as rich. And it's such a big sign and a slap in the face. I had a lot of people coming to me about poor hair health. And it's like, "What do I do?" And it's like... You really... These podcasts, this topic, this is what we do. There's subtle principles.   Kimberly: (06:11) Yeah.   Mason: (06:11) Living seasonally, listening to your body so you don't burn out. And everything around... We're talking about food and preparation of food, and everything around this, you'll hear there's characters of this time of year and character of the fire organ system that hopefully gives you insights so you can get back and flow with your temperament, and aspirations with the season. And hopefully, then you don't pull from your kidneys, your water. Therefore, that's where the hair health emerges from, from the kidneys and from the lung lungs also. But it has a lot to do with just what... I think what you just said, the burnout.   Mason: (06:43) And you've got to call a spade a spade and just be like, "You know..." and I'm really trying to do. It's like a hard process for me. Just be like, "Mate, you just have to acknowledge it. You just... You can't go on this way. You're going to have to keep on provisioning smarter." So yeah. With that, let's dive in.   Kimberly: (07:02) Yeah. Awesome. And it going back to personality, as well. I believe you were earth and wood and some metal, so... And I'm wood. So I had this upward energy and go, go, go. And so people who have a lot of wood and fire, the idea of slowing down and not burning out is like, "What? No. I wouldn't do that. I can just keep going" until you can't.   Kimberly: (07:24) So the fire element is this energy of upward and outward. The springtime is pretty much up. And if we're talking about food, I always bring in asparagus and leaks, which I mentioned in the spring talk that we had, which is this upward. And this fire element is about an expansion. So if you think of pineapple, or like dragon fruit, or even vegetables that go up and out, like all the beautiful salad grains, that's the energy of the season. And so it's about embodying and capturing that through our food, but not overdoing it, if that makes sense.   Kimberly: (07:59) It is full sunshine. It's warmth and heat, but again, not overdoing it. So if you want to have some spicy food and chilli it's... it could be a good thing. And that's when a lot of people enjoy it, and they love things like Thai food, and Vietnamese spicy foods, and all the curries and things like that. It is a good time to have it because it encourages more of this expense nature. You sweat, it helps you cool down. There's many factors to incorporate those foods. But if... I want to bring it back into this idea of balance. We have to... This is a season to really watch the word balance more than any other season so that you don't overdo the parties, or overdo the spice, or overdue certain lifestyles because it also affects the organ of the heart and small intestine, which is the organ pair in this season, which is easily disturbed. And we get... It disturbs the [inaudible 00:08:57], disturbs our mental capacity, our emotional capacity, and people tend to get a little bit overly excited, or easily excitable, and bit chaotic and manic. So that's not good, either.   Kimberly: (09:09) So we have to be very careful in every season, but this one is a really easy one to tip over, I see and I also feel in my experience with the five elements. So the idea of overexcitement for some people is a bit weird, potentially. They're like, "No. Being happy and full of joy is good." But you can overdo it.   Mason: (09:29) Yeah. Well... I mean, everyone does associate constant upward and outward motion with summer, but forgetting that the Yin Qi of the fire element has got such a calm serenity. It's on cruise control. It's relaxed. It's... I mean, it's like a Sunday... it's it like a summer afternoon nap. You know? It's like swinging in the hammock while reading. But I feel Christmas and New Year, especially, they hijack that time.   Kimberly: (10:03) Yes. Yes.   Mason: (10:03) And I mean, and I don't know why I'm surrounded by so many [foreign language 00:10:07], so many birthdays around at the moment. And you've got to... I mean, and you-   Kimberly: (10:11) A lot of birthday parties.   Mason: (10:13) And this... As you said, that excitement, it's the thing that I often... I think for our... where we are in the Southern hemisphere, I think it really throws off the entire other cycle more than anything else. That, and then in getting around to autumn, and not able to transition down and welcome and mourn the fact that the summer's gone.   Kimberly: (10:33) Yes.   Mason: (10:34) Everyone, if you can... Yeah. Quality, not quantity. So if you can get quality celebration in upward times where we get really excited, and then be sure that you come down and cruise during these months would be... I think that's good... Good way to go.   Kimberly: (10:48) Yeah. You bring up a good point about afternoon naps, something I don't do. It's just not in my... It's not in my DNA, but I should. And I'll just briefly mention a few imbalances, so how do you know your fire element is out of balance? And then we can talk about foods to support that. You get heart palpitation, like actual physical disturbance of the heart. You get anxious, you get some insomnia, there's a lot of sleep issues that surface during the height of summer for people. You get, obviously, more easily sensitive to the heat outside as the temperature's rising. You get nervous. You get forgetful, as well. So there's a lot of agitation in this chaos, wire-iness, to the fire element as well. So... But as you said, if you're balancing, you can have a nap. You can slow down in the height of summer, and you take the time for a little bit of cooling down that fire, heat, and excitement, which is really, really key.   Mason: (11:48) You know what? Just what you're saying, what it... something points out to something to me, like... Because quite often, people find themselves in situations where they're like, "Well, that's all... That's very well and easy for you to say that, but I can't because of this. I've made... I've got this many kids," or "I've got... I'm in this phase of my business." I've been really watching myself kind of say that. And then watching the decisions that I'm making that are going to affect my next two years or three years. And it's like... you've got to become a custodian of the fire, the future fire.   Kimberly: (12:17) Mm.   Mason: (12:17) So it's like, "Oh. Well at least I'm going to learn from when I've bitten off more than I can chew. And I'm going to ensure that I make choices that when I get around to summers three years from now, that I actually do have greater capacity to get into that serene flow."   Kimberly: (12:32) Yes. All love that future of fire. I wrote down a note here as well to... which kind of ties in with that future fire idea. It's like, energise but not exhaust. So you want to have the energy in summer... well, the whole year round really, and that flow of yin and yang, and that balance, but not exhaust. And we tend to, in modern day society, to just go to the edge and exhaust ourselves, and then try and catch up and take herbs, and eat food, and sleep. And then you really depleted yourself to another level and it's harder to catch up, so...   Kimberly: (13:05) But on that note, there are foods that can help in the season. And for those that are familiar with the flavours and the five elements of five seasons of five flavours, it's one of bitterness, and not many people like to hear that because likes to eat bitter foods. But in Chinese cuisine, there's a lot of bitter and spicy foods that can... They don't have to be like eating something really obviously bitter or spicy like a whole chilli or like... I don't know if you've ever had bitter melon in Chinese cuisine?   Mason: (13:40) I was thinking about bitter melon. Yeah.   Kimberly: (13:44) The kugua? Oh. It's like... I used to hate it. And it's a really weird-looking food, a vegetable, as well, but it is the classic vegetable in Chinese, in summertime. There's a few others, but that is the classic because it just... it goes straight to where it needs to go in the body, and it does its job, and you feel great afterwards, after you've had it. And there's obviously ways to cook its so it doesn't taste so disgusting. But yeah. So you're looking at some bitter and spice. So as I mentioned a little bit earlier, a little bit of chilli, but it... I'm not a big chilli fan, but you can have other spices that make your food taste good. You can go to Japanese, Chinese, Indian, Thai cuisine and borrow from their condiments list.   Mason: (14:25) Spice rack. Yep.   Kimberly: (14:26) Spice rack. Yeah.   Mason: (14:27) Condiments list. Yep.   Kimberly: (14:28) Yeah. And herbs as well. Like Thai basil and all those beautiful flavours, as well. And there's a reason I wanted to explain as well why they have those in... especially in tropical places in Southeast Asia, is to cope with the season. It's pretty much summer all year round there. So they have foods and herbs that... and spices that help with that. So that's important just to start thinking about, oh, different ways of eating in different times of the year. Because most people that I meet eat pretty much the same all year round. And so I'm always encouraging like, "Explore different flavours, explore different vegetables, spices." Not every day, but maybe once a week, cook something different, or borrow from different cultures.   Kimberly: (15:12) So the main aim of food therapy in the fire element or in the summertime is to cool, hydrate, and enjoy your food as well. Because I don't want people to become too... to worry about cooling themselves and having certain ingredients. So I'll mention a few of those ingredients that support that. But then I'll also talk about the digestion, because it's really important that we don't overcool the body. I did that when I first started doing Chinese medicine, and it was in summer, and my TCM doctor was like, "Oh, the cooling foods." So I overdosed on some of these foods. So I'll mention things like zucchini, melons of all types, watermelon, rock melon, mint, papaya, chrysanthemum is a very popular.   Mason: (15:59) Yeah. Drainer. Drain from the face. Yeah.   Kimberly: (16:01) Yeah. Just cool the body and get... Exactly. So if there's too much heat coming up, we want to cool the body, the whole body, but from the upper half. Cucumbers also fall in the melon family.   Kimberly: (16:13) And then the bitter of flavours can come from bitter of melon. If anyone hasn't heard of bitter melon, Google it, because it's fascinating. It's a really wrinkly-looking green thing, and scary on the inside with seeds. But as I said, highly nutritious, the most bitter thing you'll ever eat. And then on a Western, it's probably a lot easier to associate with arugula or rocket. That's got that nice bitter quality to it. And look at the shape of rocket and arugula leaves. So that's something good, as well, to incorporate. So those are nice cooling bitter flavours that you can start to add to your salads, or your stir fries, or your soups. Like a zucchini soup, I like to make it with leak. So you can still use your spring vegetables. You don't have to ignore the green good stuff that we talked about previously, but just starting to add more variety because this is the most abundant time of year, where we have... in the farmer's markets or in the fruit and veg shop, you have so much choice. So really start to have more variety in your meals.   Kimberly: (17:15) And then the colour red. So the colour of the season is this beautiful red quality. So that could be literally things like red rice, or red lentils, or red beans, as well as red coloured vegetables. Last summer I discovered red sorrel. I don't know if you've... You've probably...get that a lot up there, as well. It's a beautiful leaf, and it's really bitter. But it looks like a baby Swiss chard kind of, and it's just delicious. It's got these red veins through it.   Mason: (17:47) We mainly just got lemon sorrel.   Kimberly: (17:49) Lemon sorrel's good, too. Yeah.   Mason: (17:51) I mean, that's like... That's a nice thing about the bitterness coming from all those greens, and a little bit of dandelion here and there when you're walking around. It's just like... I mean, that's where... like, you're having bit of melon available is really great, but it is really... The bitterness kind of slaps you in the face. And I think that's the thing like... It's like it's all mangoes, it's all calling foods, and it's all easy to eat celebration foods. And it's like bringing foods to take to that party, and that Christmas party. Things that are rich, things that are really easy for everyone to eat. And it's... no one wants to bring that challenging meal a lot of the time that's like... got like quite bitter of tones.   Mason: (18:31) Maybe... everyone's not used to having massive aromatic... You said like a lot of the spices we get here, whether it's in India, Italy, it's like... They're often... It's like, of course. They're aromatic, and there's a bit of pungency in there, and bitterness is just layered in through all of them. So it's nice to put them in there, but... I think that is a... It's a good... Just little heads up warning, and something good you can do, just like what I do. Walk around, you see like a little bit of sorrel, you see a little bit of dandelion, just go and whack that in, just to kind of ground yourself, and remind yourself that, "Hey, it's not all just like getting the helium... getting in the big balloon and just going up, up, up, up, up, up, up into the sky." You need something to slap you on the side of the face and be like, "Come back down to earth, buddy. Here. Have some bitter tones." Because it's... Otherwise, it's-   Kimberly: (19:16) That'll do it.   Mason: (19:18) That'll... And it does do it. As you said, the over-cooling that's just... I mean, it is... People just run off in one direction. They forget... I think everyone forgets that in the centre of the elemental wheel is earth.   Kimberly: (19:35) Mm.   Mason: (19:35) So there is like a consistency.   Kimberly: (19:38) Yes. Yes.   Mason: (19:38) There is still... It's still okay to have a little bit of warm water to nourish the spleen first thing in the morning.   Kimberly: (19:45) Absolutely. Yeah. And exactly. And that's... We'll get to that when we talk about the digestive system. Because we tend to either overcool, or go to that extreme, like you said, and think in summer we can just have lots of ice cream and like raw salads, and... But there isn't... A huge benefit to still having some warmth, whether it's warm water in the morning, especially in the morning, something warm so that we're not just hurting the spleen first thing in the morning. Just because it's summer and it's hot outside, the body on the inside, especially the stomach and spleen don't enjoy having ice cream for breakfast, for example.   Kimberly: (20:23) So some other foods that have a little bit of redness to them, but also have that bitterness are... I mentioned red rice, but I'm a really big fan of amaranth leaves, and we can get those here quite easily. Or even amaranth seed, so you can make a really nice porridge or desserts. Like, we can get quite creative with these fire elemental summer seeds, grains, vegetables, fruits, where we don't just have to stick to the ones that I mentioned. I mentioned the most common ones to start with, but I do encourage people to explore other grains and vegetables. So amaranth is a nice purple... well, you can get green ones as well, but purple leafy vegetable, which is a really nice thing.   Kimberly: (21:03) And then another really cool... I love sea vegetables, and I think you know this. So we can start to look at dulse, as well, red coloured seaweeds. So we don't want to just keep it to land vegetables, and cooling, and things like that. But we can bring in a lot of the sea vegetables, as well.   Mason: (21:22) Do you use that in soups mostly?   Kimberly: (21:25) Yeah. So I'm... The easiest way I found it is in flakes, so the dulse flakes that you can get in the health food store. You can put it on salads, you can put it on like savoury porridge or congee or meal, or things like that. Because it's in flake form, it's very small. So it's not too... It's not actually that strong. But it's the right colour and the energy, quality of the food that you can sprinkle out on anything really. It's not as strong as like wakame or arame, those sort of more suitable for like miso soup, or more Japanese style. Dulse flakes are just... you can put them on anything. You can put them on barbecue things if you want to. Yeah.   Kimberly: (22:06) So again, explore are different things that you can add to your spice rack, or to your kitchen condiments. I think condiments are one of the most fun things. And especially in summer, you can make really nice toppings or dips, or sources to go with your meals.   Kimberly: (22:23) I will get back to the cooling food. So I mentioned mint. Some people love or hate cilantro or coriander. That's a great one for this season. And mung beans are the classic Chinese cooling food outside of bitter melon. And I have to say one more Chinese vegetable, which is it's called winter melon. It's a silly name, dong gua, but it's this big melon. It looks like 20 times bigger than a cucumber. And it has cooling and dampness removing properties to it, which is also the beauty of Chinese medicine, food therapy. Every food pretty much has a function in a season, in a meal. So yeah. I know mung beans aren't a Chinese ingredient. They're used a lot in Indian cooking and in Ayurveda as well, so we can start to look at that.   Kimberly: (23:13) And lotus seed, again a little bit more on the Chinese ingredient, but beautiful in soups and stews. And chrysanthemum I mentioned as well before. And then papaya is a good one that's very often and used, as is dragon fruit and guava. I love guava. So again, there's like nutritional benefits. There's a lot of functional things. And a lot of these fruits help with your digestion, help with dampness, as well as cooling the body. They... All the tropical fruits have this beautiful cooling nature to them. And ginkgo. I have to mention ginkgo. It's got a bitter and sweet flavour to it. I don't know if you... Do you use ginkgo at all?   Mason: (23:57) Yeah.   Kimberly: (23:58) Yeah? As a whole ingredient?   Mason: (24:01) I don't use nut. I use leaf.   Kimberly: (24:03) You use leaf. Oh, nice.   Mason: (24:04) It's in a herb formula that's-   Kimberly: (24:06) Oh, great. Nice. Yeah. The so ginkgo is like a yellow... It's big for a seed, but it's a big chewy kind of seed, and it's... You'll see it in Chinese stir-fries a lot, but it's a classic also summer ingredient. Yeah. It's got a lot of... It's got like a multitude of functions including dampness and stabilising the heart, as well. So I love it. And it's good for the brain. I know that you can tell us more on the tonic side of it. But it's just another ingredient to consider yeah.   Mason: (24:50) Yes. Ancient dinosaur tree.   Kimberly: (24:50) Mm-hmm (affirmative). And then in terms of cooking styles, because that's also something that I love to talk about because that's also seasonal. So if we're cooking the same thing all year round in the oven, which is a very easy thing to do, especially with Western cooking, we get a lot of heat. And if you look in Asia, traditionally, they didn't really have... in Southeast Asia or Southern China, they didn't have big ovens like to make bread and bake whole roasts and things like that in summer in particular.   Kimberly: (25:20) So it's important to change or shift, adjust your cooking styles to incorporate more stir-fries, or steaming, or quick sautes, blanching, which just means a dip in hot water. It's a really nice way to have a bit of light cooking. So you're not cooking things soggy or in the oven, but not all raw. And that leads me to the point on raw food, which I think we might've mentioned last time, but I've been hearing a lot more lately... I've been listening to a few people talk about Chinese medicine, but also the correlation with Ayurveda and other natural medicines, and this idea of strengthening or keeping the digestive system strong, and they call it Agni. In Chinese, it's Yang Qi or Yang Pi, Pi being the spleen and stomach, Pi Wei.   Kimberly: (26:09) So especially in summer, when we think it's really hot and we want to reach for cold orange juice, first thing in the morning, you mentioned having some warm water, or some warm tea, herbal tea first, then you can have whatever else later, so as not to shock the stomach, and spleen, and the whole intestine system. So I really recommend people to keep that in mind, and not burn out or really cool down too much their stomach in spleen.   Mason: (26:41) It's amazing how quickly untethered you can be. And it is the nice thing about summer, is you kind of... the party animal kind of comes out, and so it should because to an extent, you want to be free...   Kimberly: (26:53) Yeah.   Mason: (26:54) ... non-tethered to rules and dogma. But that's... You go... Well what happens, you go that step too far, you become untethered from your reality. Right?   Kimberly: (27:04) Yeah.   Mason: (27:05) Which is always-   Kimberly: (27:06) Very easy to do.   Mason: (27:07) Yeah. I mean... And it's such a fine line there. So I mean it's... As you said, it's like simple set up for success. And they're like... When you look at the organ wheel, it's like this time of year, more than ever. It's the easiest, too. And therefore, hopefully the one... the time when everyone can get onto the bandwagon soon. Like, it's get up, go and move your body, get sweating. Help the yang crack through the concrete of the yin, and all the stagnant water, and then have your warm tea, your warm water, and then you've set yourself up right.   Mason: (27:38) And then, when you do inevitably break the rules because you're like, "No, no. I'm going to be good. And I'm not going to have any one of those organic, natural, homemade ice blocks. I'm not going to have too many of those." And then everyone's having one that like... in the mid-morning and you're like, "Oh, why not? I'll just have a little one of those, have another little one."   Kimberly: (27:54) Yeah. Yeah.   Mason: (27:54) At least you set yourself up with the principles correctly. And I always want to remind people, remember you can... If you're feeling cold in there, maybe it's a super hot day, and you're like, "This is medicine." Some, maybe. It's... You feel the cold, hang around just a tiny bit. And you sneeze once. You go, "Oh, cool. I'm going to go and have a tea." Boom. If you're really cold, you go, "Oh, cool. I'll just go have a little bit of cinnamon." Even... It's not a bad thing to have cinnamon in the middle of summer.   Kimberly: (28:20) Absolutely.   Mason: (28:20) Just kind of like...   Kimberly: (28:20) Absolutely. Yeah.   Mason: (28:22) It's simple. Simple little techniques.   Kimberly: (28:24) Yeah. And you bring up the point... I thought about it earlier to mention, as well, of just listening to your body and seeing what it wants. Because just because everyone is eating, I don't know, a salad or whatever. Mint, things that are cooling, things that I mentioned, you might need more warmth. Some people are still... even though they've come through spring and the wood element, they're still feeling... there's still coldness trapped in there, in their body.   Kimberly: (28:46) And the fire element is actually about hydration that I've mentioned as well, but also circulation. So the heart is responsible for circulation. And a lot of people will still have cold hands and feet through summer. So that's a perfect example of what you just said. Like, you might need cinnamon. You might still need to have some of those warming herbs and tonics and things like that because you're still cold on the inside even though it's 30 degrees, 40 degrees outside. So it is very much listening to your body and what it needs. And just because Kimberly is talking about cooling foods, maybe it's not going to work for you because you're not warmed up yet, actually.   Mason: (29:21) I think it's... I mean, I've talked about it before with how... before our acupuncturist moved away. And he would... Taney did kind of like... and Taney was vegetarian for so long, but maybe not with your principles in place. I know you help people do this in a way without meat. But with... after Taney came through, she was quite depleted, especially within her spleen. And our acupuncturist was like, "Hey, listen. I know you want to live super seasonally, but you've been off the elemental cycle for so long, it's probably going to be two to three years of you camped out within the spleen, grounding diet. Don't... Just because it's summer, don't run off and just smash a bajillion mangoes and think that you can just go and enjoy the fruits of summer when you haven't actually..." I'm putting it a little bit more bluntly than he did. "You haven't put in the time. You're not listening to your body. You haven't put in the time."   Mason: (30:21) And I kind of feel like this with a lot of people I see. It's like, "Well, you've... It's going to take you a long time before you've got the capacity to warm yourself up and heat yourself up before you can actually go nuts in summer. But you haven't..." Yeah. Because the foundations of the diet haven't been created. And as we said before we jumped on, yes. There's a different principles within each season, which... within each organ, but they are connected-   Kimberly: (30:45) Yeah.   Mason: (30:45) ... by something. There is a continuity that's there, and you kind of have to cultivate that, and know and feel that, and know what your baseline markers are. Know... You need to know what your edges are, so you don't get exhausted. You need to know how to feel, whether you are cold.   Kimberly: (31:02) Yes.   Mason: (31:02) You need to be able to perceive what the difference is between you living in a way where you can heat your feet and your hands, and not.   Kimberly: (31:09) Yes.   Mason: (31:10) And then you... So maybe you might not be completely exploding into summer or out there into autumn, but you will be going... learning from the principles as we go along. It's an important one. Yeah.   Kimberly: (31:22) Yeah. Absolutely. And some people... You bring up a great point because some people... like, they might be listening and thinking... especially at the beginning, when we were talking about this explosive energy and warmth and they're like, "I don't feel that. I'm flat or cold or..." And it might take three years for somebody to warm up, or to feel that energy of summer because they haven't had that for so long. Or you live in a really cold place, and your summer's really short, and it takes a lot more energy to get to that fire-iness. So yeah, we need to be very mindful of your climate, your individual constitution, and your condition of where you're living. Someone who's listening, maybe if they're in Singapore, or Hong Kong, or Mexico where it's much warmer the whole year, that's a different story. Right?   Kimberly: (32:08) You're going to have different foods, and different... Hopefully, you're not having cold hands and feet in a very warm climate. That might actually be an indication of even more severe cold on the inside. But yeah. No, circulation is really important as well in summer. So you mentioned getting up and moving. So exercise and sweating because one of the, the biggest problems with dampness, and I'd love to talk about that as well even though it's more earth element, we can have that at any time of the year. But if it's not being expressed out of the body through sweating, and it doesn't have to be a gym session. Most people think of sweating in that terms, but you can go for a walk in summer, and still sweat. Or you can just dance or do something fun that encourages that energy of upward outwardness, but also the sweating.   Kimberly: (32:56) But you mentioned mango. So that's why it brought my attention and back to dampness. So in summer, we tend to enjoy lots of fruit, which is great, but you can overdo that, as well. And a lot of the raw fruit in summer, particularly mangos and bananas, tropical fruits of... and those two will... For someone who has dampness issues, which is a stagnation in the spleen, and then it can move up to the lungs as well, and you get mucus. So we want to keep that clean and not being bogged down. So I liken dampness to being like a swamp, or a steam room in your digestive system. It's a very unusual term for us in the West, but something to just keep in mind. And I actually personally think there's a lot of gut issues, and IBS, and things around that.   Kimberly: (33:41) Whereas if... And if you tie that into Chinese medicine, you're like, "Well, that makes sense." It's just like this bogged down moist, not pleasant environment. So sweating is really key, having the right foods. So just reducing your mangoes or bananas and dairy for a while, and having a lot of those foods that I mentioned earlier, actually. Those bitter flavours, a little bit of cooked foods, and dampness removing foods such as coix seeds or Job's tears. They're around... you can get them in Australia quite easily. And I didn't mention corn yet, but corn is a really nice summer vegetable. And corn silk, which is the hair of the corn, is a really nice thing just to boil... boil the whole corn with that hair, and then drink the water. That is like one of the best ways to get dampness out you. You just pee more. It's fantastic. But again, keeping that water and fluid metabolism balanced and moving, and not overburdening your spleen is key in summer, as well as late summer. Excuse me. But very important in this hot weather. Yeah. I don't know how you feel about dampness.   Mason: (35:02) Oh no. Like just... I mean dampness, I feel like it's the most prevalent issue we see from the Western diet, especially when I came out of the raw vegan... I came out of the raw vegan community. And so that was the biggest... the most common diagnosis that everyone would self-diagnosed, or that you'd... I'd come across a furious acupuncturist who would just be like waving their fist at me in the face for all the damp spleens that we were encouraging and creating. I was quite aware of it early on, because I personally didn't care whether I had to change my diet. Going back onto animal foods was a big change for me. But I didn't... I never... I stayed doing, whether it was bee products or colostrum, I stayed there, with my intention being health.   Mason: (35:55) So for me, when I started, if I would see anything start emerging that showed that I was actually... that my foods were too cold, I'd just change and alter my diet. And so I kind of like... I used to get very annoyed. I was very annoyed by Taoism and Chinese medicine because it would just... it would like ruin the party that we had. Like, we've got the perfect diet.   Kimberly: (36:18) Yep.   Mason: (36:20) But it ultimately... It's saving a lot of people. It's like the paramedics at a festival where everyone's gone nuts, going too hard-   Kimberly: (36:27) Yes.   Mason: (36:28) ... just sitting on the sides like, "Come here. All right. Come on. Yeah. We'll get you on some of these. We'll get you on more of the grounding diet."   Kimberly: (36:35) It's so true.   Mason: (36:36) And again, I mean, like just pointing out to everyone. I do include meat in my diet. I know you don't. You have a like vegetarian approach to it.   Kimberly: (36:45) I'm a flexitarian, to be very honest. So the vegans that are listening won't like to hear that. But I've done a bit of-   Mason: (36:51) We've got pretty inclusive vegans listening [crosstalk 00:36:54].   Kimberly: (36:53) Well that... Maybe I'm a... Yeah. Well, I'm a vegan flexitarian, so I'm not strictly anything. I don't like labels, so I will eat whatever I want when I want. I don't tend to eat much meat anymore. I used to, a lot. But I... Yeah. No, I'm open to eating whatever my body needs, whether it's a little bit of ghee, or some seafood. I maintain an open stance, but yeah. What I really like the challenge of is support... through the TCM lens is supporting people who want to go... who are vegan, vegetarian, because classically TCM's like, "No. You must have meat." I'm like, well, actually... I like to challenge things. You know? I'm like, hang on a second. You can do this with the wisdom of Chinese medicine, and you can do it. It's just not classically in Asia... Well, I mean, Buddhist in the temples and things like that, it can be done, is what I'm trying to say, if you do it properly.   Mason: (37:48) It's there for sure.   Kimberly: (37:48) But most people just don't do it properly.   Mason: (37:50) Well, and that's the key. And I think there's always a confusion between, well, there's an ideological diet, which that's... that we all... We're all kind of more familiar with that. But then post-ideology, which I think everyone listening has heard us talk at length about post-ideology, there's often... Because nobody... I don't know. I don't know a lot of people doing veganism and vegetarianism quite right, even though I lived within that world of collecting justification about why... But I've never really found outside of Chinese medicine principles, Ayurvedic principles, I didn't really find... I found a lot of unhealthy vegetarians in that community as well.   Mason: (38:34) So but then you get to the healing... You get into healing cycles. And that, likewise, is like a healing cycle from being excessively on Qi, Western meat-fueled, crappy oil-fuel... Nonetheless, you go into the convalescence, you go into the healing cycle. Well, maybe it's a... Maybe you go out of veganism, ideological veganism, and kind of where Tanny was at now. Acupuncturist was like, "Listen, mate. You are going to have to eat meat beyond not just every day. Like, more than one meal a day for like two years, three years." That was his approach about how to get back, and get the spleen so tight and so nourished, and that the foundations are present. And then... Then you can go off, and you earn the right to go and explore the many roads to Rome.   Kimberly: (39:19) Yeah.   Mason: (39:19) Where your diet, emerging from ancient principles and it comes about... Often I find at that point, that's when meat becomes a side.   Kimberly: (39:29) Yes.   Mason: (39:29) In any cultures where they're honed, they've got their diet, they're eating seasonally, and they know their body and they generally know for the body and the people around them, what the signs are that they are in balance nutritionally. So you can see right now there's so much fighting because everyone's fighting about what the ideal diet is, but they're in the convalescence, or the post-ideal logical stage. And that's why we've got still extreme veganism, or cleansing diets, when you come from a Western diet, extreme carnivore when people have been vegan for so long, and they've got no yang left, so they go three years of just eating meat and healing. And they're going, "Oh my God! I bloody found the way. I found it!" And it's all excess.   Kimberly: (40:17) Yeah. Either way is excess. Exactly. Yeah. And it's about the... Well, that's the beauty of Chinese medicine. So I think when acupuncturists or TCM doctors... because I was in China for so long, and they would be like... quite against vegetarianism because they would see the results of an extreme vegetarian diet, which was pretty much tofu and white rice. That was it. Like, I've seen people in Asia do it, especially when vegetarianism and veganism started only a few years ago in China in a modern Western sense. And it was very depleting. And I was running behind people going, "Don't do this. This is going to give... You're going to give yourself a bad name, the vegetarians and the vegans, because you're just taking the meat out. You're not replenishing. You're not learning about different ingredients, and herbs, and foods, and beans, and grains. You're just eating white rice and tofu, which is not very good at all."   Kimberly: (41:08) So like you said, we don't want to go to either end of deficiency or excess. You just want to find that middle ground. And that's what Chinese medicine has always been about. Right? And it's not that you'd have to eat lots of meat. They just use meat as a side, or as a medicine really. You know? To strengthen certain organs. And meat also is seasonal. You can put that onto the five elements, as well, and to eat lamb more in winter because it's warming and really building for the young Qi, and things like that.   Kimberly: (41:37) But that being said, if you're wanting to go a little less heavy in your diet summer, and the fire element is a great time to eat more vegetables, and become 50% vegetarian, whatever you want to have. So plant-based diet or things like that, where you do reduce a little bit of the meat, just on a digestion and heat perspective, it's a great time to explore that, and then use the meat and animal products more in autumn, winter, just to really warm yourself, nourish yourself, build your blood, your Qi. And again, it's that cycle and the five elements. So yeah, we shouldn't be eating lamb roasts all year round, or I don't know, raw arugula salad all year round. It's just-   Mason: (42:22) [inaudible 00:42:22], all year round.   Kimberly: (42:24) Yeah. Exactly. There's a time... There's a time. And you enjoy those foods more. Right? You're going to enjoy that salad more in summer. You're going to enjoy that lamb roast in winter or a cold day, or whatever it is. Knowing your body, knowing how you feel, you could wake up on a summer's day, or a summer's evening, and want to use the oven and roast some either vegetables or meat or whatever it is. But knowing the energy of the food and the effect on what it'll give to you, that's key, I think, more so than following a food list. And that's what... I mean, I have a food list from Chinese medicine, but you've got to know when to use them, and what you personally want to achieve from your food and cooking it.   Mason: (43:08) Well, I mean, what a great conversation to have. Don't... Yeah. I mean like, and especially that, what you pointed out, like a lot of... whether it's going to be... Like, it's going to be naturopath, same thing, or it's going to be a lot of the TCM doctors who, because of what they've seen and maybe rightfully so... They've seen the aftermath, and I've seen it a lot, of the aftermath of extreme veganism. I've also seen it of keto. So remembering... Just remembering, everyone, that there is an ideological approach to diet. And if you are looking around going, "Gosh, I'm trying to gather evidence. I'm trying to gather evidence that 'Oh, that ancient thing works because of this.' Okay, great. I feel good now. And I'm getting my dopamine hit because I'm right. I'm right. And I feel safe here."   Mason: (43:53) It's not... It's like, acknowledge where you are, but keep on moving. And then, when you're starting to get advice from other people, you'll feel that self-righteousness, especially from the carnivore kind of community at the moment, because they're so self-righteous in knowing that this is the healing because everyone's been such a soy-heavy vegan, vegetarian- dominant, or just eating shitty vegetable oils, and eating lots of crappy cereals, and so they're like, "Yes. This is the ultimate diet." But there is a difference between ideological diet, and then healing diets, and that's where keto kind of comes in. Keto in these little areas for particular clinical situations, it seems to work. And it's great.   Kimberly: (44:34) Yeah.   Mason: (44:34) But unless you feel the uniqueness, you kind of... You can use these principles, and when you kind of get out of that ideology, and you move past your own convalescence/healing stage, you will feel this uniqueness, and this... You'll feel you can just on walking past the noise, because all these people are gathered down the bottom of the mountain, yelling and angry at each other, and standing on little pedestals that they've made for themselves and tapping themselves on the back...   Mason: (45:00) But if you just don't get distracted, just keep on walking, keep on walking up the hill. And eventually all the noise will fall away, and you can still look at... whether it's Chinese medicine, you can look at Ayurveda, you can look at all the carnivore stuff and vegan stuff, but all of a sudden, the noise will go away. And what will be there is your capacity to cultivate what's right for your body, your family, wherever you are in the world. And it's a great... it's a great feeling. It's only... It's just... It's hard to get attention that way, which is almost good.   Mason: (45:30) I don't think we should be getting that much attention from our diet. We want the attention to be like a magnet kind of eventually, maybe people come and ask us about it later on, when we've cultivated that much vitality, and it... and then where people are naturally attracted. But yelling and screaming about being right, or trying to feel like you've got it right and don't have it wrong, it's... Keep on walking past all of that. And-   Kimberly: (45:52) Yep.   Mason: (45:54) And then yeah, picking up some tips along the way with what you are sharing as always helps us just get back into a harmonising kind of flow, which is always helpful.   Kimberly: (46:02) Mm-hmm (affirmative). Yeah, absolutely. And you said the word "vitality." So we should feel the most energised and full of vitality in summer. So if you're not, that's a great sign to know that you're doing something off, or you've been living out of harmony for the other seasons. So by the time you get to summer, we should be ready to go and have a beautiful, fun, energising summer and not get burnt out.   Kimberly: (46:29) So yeah. Hopefully, today again... the theme was more in Chinese medicine, it's all about cooling and hydrating the body and the mind and the heart in summer. Because it's just the way that it tends to go energetically a little bit too high, and too overly excited. So if you're not feeling that way, then there's something to dive into and explore. But for the most part, yeah. Cooling foods, lighter cooking styles, a little bit of spice, a little bit of bitterness through... It's easiest to do through vegetables and herbs. That's why I mentioned it. And keep... yeah. Keep your circulation moving. It's not a good time to sit in front on the sofa. Save that for winter. Yeah. And look after your sleep, and mental, emotional state as well because that can be easily tipped, as well, in this season. So yeah. We can do that through food. We can do that through changing our cooking, as well. And yeah. Then it becomes more enjoyable summer, and you can have those afternoon naps.   Mason: (47:39) I love it. Thanks so much for coming and sharing the wisdom and-   Kimberly: (47:42) My pleasure.   Mason: (47:43) ... what we know and you know. It's always nice talking to you, but especially because you've seen this... You've seen this work so many times. And the beautiful thing about Chinese medicine is it comes down to the energy, and the flavour profiles. And so it isn't... As you said, it's not about foods from China. It's about foods from where we're at. So that might mean Chinese foods and herbs, but it's about the energy of the food, and feeling that that energy flows and helps us flow in harmony with the season. So yeah, it's nice. Always... We can personalise all we want.   Kimberly: (48:16) Yes.   Mason: (48:18) And I do recommend... I don't know if there's anything else you want to share, but I do recommend everyone goes and checks out your website, which is Qifoodtherapy.com.au?   Kimberly: (48:29) Just .com.   Mason: (48:29) Oh, just .com? Oh, nice. Global.   Kimberly: (48:32) Yes.   Mason: (48:34) Is there anything else you wanted to leave everyone with today?   Kimberly: (48:38) Just to recap... Yeah. Introduce or explore new flavours and vegetables, and herbs and spices. And summer's a fantastic time because we've got the most choice, whether it's salads, or warm salads, or a little bit of new flavours, vegetables is something... Now's the time to do it. Or summer, when you get round to it if you're in the Northern hemisphere.   Mason: (48:59) Yeah. Yeah. Beautiful. Thank you so much. And yeah. Hopefully, we'll be able to get on soon and chat late summer.   Kimberly: (49:07) Awesome. Thank you.   Mason: (49:08) Bye.   Kimberly: (49:09) Bye.   Dive deep into the mystical realms of Tonic Herbalism in the SuperFeast Podcast!

SIDELINE SPECTATOR
EP23 Our Jordan Episode, Healthy coaches, B&B, Ranks, Draft worst mascots

SIDELINE SPECTATOR

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 88:48


:00 TB12 FACT #1MILLION, LA=Loss Angeles,Boltz might miss playoffs 7:00 News: Jimmy G trade in off season?, Lincoln Riley/Kingsbury RECAP 23:05 Pats Titans- Bill does what he does, Tanny is not worth his 118 mil contract 34:57 Chargers- Whats the real problem 40:47 Rams- Difference in Ramseys mindset compared to other legends 1:00:14Bucs 1:06:55Ballers & Bums 1:17:00Ranks 1:18:50Draft the worst mascots/team names in NFL

VIA VHS Podcast
Tammy and the T-Rex - Rewind Review

VIA VHS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 74:27


Buried into oblivion was this bizarre, horror comedy starring Denise Richards and Paul Walker called Tammy and the T-Rex. Originally marketed as a light hearted and stupid family film, Tammy and the T-Rex lost all it's gory, violent, tongue-in-cheek charm and disappeared from public awareness for almost two decades. Vinegar Syndrome with help of a gory Italian cut of the film, restored Tammy (or Tanny?) to it's former glory as a B-level horror comedy inspired by the all but brief access to an animatronic T-Rex and presumably drugs. In this episode of Rewind Review, Wes and Spencer look at the original vision of Tammy and the T-Rex

Let’s Just Leave it at That

This week Tiff and Tanny are getting into the the 3 C's . We are talking Crates , Covid and Canceled Culture all while we laugh and talk shit with our favorite producer eddin. From watching failed crate videos to digging deep into our personal thoughts on covid restrictions in NYC while we end up leaving you with a little canceled culture. Fun , informative and drama all in one episode. Make sure you follow us @letsjustleaveitatthat on Instagram and make sure you keep subscribing liking and commenting

The Miseducation of David and Gary

Welcome to the start of Denise Richards month! We are huge fans of hers and cant wait to celebrate with ya'll! This week we are starting off  with Action! We watched Tammy and the T-Rex (or Tanny and the Teenage T-Rex) and Starship Troopers. Learn about vomit, Pina Colodas and Hip Hop Dance Class!Email Us at TheMiseducationofDavidandGary@gmail.comFollow us on Instagram:@Gaspatchojones@Homewreckingwhore@The_Miseducation_of_DandG_PodIf you love the show check out our Teepublic shop!https://www.teepublic.com/user/gaspatchojones

Let’s Just Leave it at That
Ep15: Our “LIL” Podcast

Let’s Just Leave it at That

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 58:16


We are Back Cousins!!!! Tiff and Tanny are back after our mid-season break and we have a lot to get off our chest! We jump right in with with some of Tanny's tea and discuss all of these dirty celebs…which takes us right into our main topic of not holding back and bringing some things to the table. Then of course, we end with a Tiff's Tip to get you through the week. Find out what issues have been brought to our attention as we lay it all on the table. Tune in! Follow us @lets_justleaveitat_that for all updates. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Speaking and Listening
Tanny McGregor (Rebroadcast in Partnership with OCTELA)

Speaking and Listening

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 35:32


In this episode of Write Answers, we talk to Tanny McGregor about mindfulness, deceleration, and the thinking that went into her most recent book, Ink and Ideas! Find more of Tanny's work here: https://www.heinemann.com/authors/4292.aspx Follow Tanny on Twitter: @TannyMcG This episode is shared in partnership with the Ohio Council of Teachers of English Language Arts (OCTELA). To find out more about OCTELA, visit octela.org or follow them on Twitter: @OCTELA Learn more about the Ohio Writing Project + Programming: http://miamioh.edu/cas/academics/departments/english/academics/graduate-studies/ohio-writing-project/ The Ohio Writing Project specializes in professional development for teachers. OWP does on-site PD with schools as well as virtual, hybrid, and in-person courses teachers can take for college + CEU credit. The Ohio Writing Project also features a masters degree program for teachers through Miami University. Featuring the renowned “4-Week”, the OWP's Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program is both practical and transformational. GET INVOLVED! Want to be kept in the loop for future OWP events? Email us here: ohiowritingproject@MiamiOH.edu Looking for a quick and easy writing invitation for your students...or yourself? Follow us on Instagram @owpmu Find OWP on Twitter: @owpmu Find Noah on Twitter: @MrWteach

Slashers
Tammy and the T-Rex Feat. Interview with Your Dinosaurs Are Wrong

Slashers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 95:16


People often ask what media we hosts enjoy when we are not watching horror schlock for this show. Jake's all time favorite YouTube channel is https://www.youtube.com/c/YourDinosaursAreWrong Luckily, we get a chance to speak with host, Steven Bellettini, on this week's episode and discuss what dinosaur he thinks would be scariest. We also touch on tokusatsu, animation, and our other obsessions. We then have the thrilling pleasure of discussing Tammy and the T-Rex, or Tanny and the Teenage T-Rex, depending on who you ask. The film was film directed by Stewart Raffill and written by Raffill and Gary Brockette. Raffill's grandson, the late, Paul Walker, stars as a kid who gets his brain put in a dinosaur robot for nefarious purpose by Terry Kiser as Dr. Gunther Wachenstein. Denise Richards plays the titular Tammy. She is joined by Theo Forsett as Byron Black, who is a scene stealer in the film. We talk about how the film came to be, other films of the genre, and touch on some of the inaccuracies of the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Also, our wonderful host, Adrienne, just released her first book, Last Call: A Toxic Love Story. You can snag a copy here: https://www.amazon.com/Last-Call-Toxic-Love-Story-ebook/dp/B099NZRRSG/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&qid=1626668465&refinements=p_27%3ASantiago&s=digital-text&sr=1-2 If you send us proof you bought a copy of her book, we will give you free access to every Patreon bonus episode we have ever recorded. This week's "Hidden Track" is Mice on Stilts with their song YHWH. Please support them at https://www.facebook.com/miceonstilts/ and https://miceonstilts.bandcamp.com/ If you ever have feedback or recommendations on future episodes, please let us know at slasherspod@gmail.com. You can always find us on our social media: Instagram, Twitter, Slasher App: @slasherspod Facebook: /slasherspod Reddit: u/slasherspod https://www.youtube.com/c/slasherspodcast You can find our merch, and links to all our online presence here: linktr.ee/slasherspod Theme song is I wanna Die by Mini Meltdowns. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ZAk6lUDsaJj8EAhrhzZnh ; https://minimeltdowns.bandcamp.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slasherspod/support

Be The Best Version Of You (ROYI)
CEO FOR LIFE Experience #58 Bet on Yourself with Tanny Crawford

Be The Best Version Of You (ROYI)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 23:14


You can start over as many times as you want. You just gave to be willing to bet on yourself. Love this episode, because Tanny Crawford is not only a great guest, but he has become a friend. Tanny has a great story of entrepreneurship that has curves and swerves. In this episode we get a real clear look at someone that is willing to be on themselves. What that looks like, how to manage that with friends and family, and of course how to be flexible. Take this episode as encouragement to bet on yourself.Connect with Tannyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/%E2%9C%85tanny-crawford-0380b428/CEO For Life Podcast/Vlog   Have you woken up at anytime this week and said I can do better, be better, want to be the best version of me. Have you failed yourself this week in anyway? Health, work, relationships, etc.. Well it all starts with you. Did you know you are a CEO? You are the CEO of your life. It's time to be the best CEO of your life by being the best version of you. Let's talk about actionable ways to do that. Let's do it together! sponsored by The ROYI Academy. (ROYI=Return On Yourself Investment) Invest in yourself Mr or Mrs. CEO of your life.Host Robert Barber, CHPCCEO For Life  Amazon Best Selling Author  Amazon best seller CEO for Life: Gain Full Control of Your Life and Your Business Forever https://www.amazon.com/dp/1945446927/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_K63ZN5RSPEG6FDWR4M6Y   robertbarber@royiacademy.com  Robert Barber You Tube: https://tinyurl.com/wvac9tjRobert Barber LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/robertleebarberRobert Barber Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robertbarberrealestateRobert Barber Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robert.l.barberRobert Barber Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/rbarberflRobert Barber Twitter: https://twitter.com/robertlbarber

steve harvey, on the road

Mel finished 200 mile gravel race, dirty konza, in 18hr!!! Tanny, Caroline and Guy summit mt shasta in california in an 18hr day. met Emma, her Dad and friend walking from wyoming to new mexico. amazing people amazing journeys!

Let’s Just Leave it at That
Ep13: Mental Health is Wealth

Let’s Just Leave it at That

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 65:13


With us both coming off of stressful weeks, Tiff & Tanny discuss the importance of mental health. We talk about self care and the different things we do to accomplish this. Whether it be prayer, meditation, journaling, or just having that safe person to talk to! Whatever we need to do to get to that safe space mentally is all that matters. Take care of self first! Tanny also spills some tea about Blair Underwood, and we close with a special note in Tiffs Tip. Hope you enjoy! Follow us @lets_justleaveitat_that --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Principles with Cory and Logan
The Pivots that Shape a Life

Principles with Cory and Logan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 31:22


In this episode of Principles with Cory and Logan, Cory sits down to talk with leader and real estate professional Tanny Crawford. Tanny discusses how at times we may experience unexpected pivots, but how we can change our perspective to look at the good within. Tanny shares his personal journey with major pivots he has had to make in his career which have shaped him into the leader he is today. Make sure to connect with Tanny here: https://www.facebook.com/RealtorTannyCrawford

How Did This Get Made?
Mannequin Two: On the Move (Re-Release)

How Did This Get Made?

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 76:31


How Did This Get Made? is taking a break this week and re-releasing another fun Stewart Raffill film for those of you who loved Tammy and The T-Rex. Or is it Tanny? You know what nevermind, enjoy this classic episode with guest Steve Agee where we ask the age old question, "where does the butt start?".   HDTGM Discord: discord.gg/hdtgm Paul’s Discord: https://discord.gg/paulscheer Check out Paul and Rob Huebel live on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/friendzone) every Thursday 8-10pm EST Subscribe to The Deep Dive with Jessica St. Clair and June Diane Raphael here: https://www.earwolf.com/show/the-deep-dive-with-jessica-st-clair-and-june-diane-rapheal/ Subscribe to Unspooled with Paul Scheer and Amy Nicholson here: http://www.earwolf.com/show/unspooled/ Check out The Jane Club over at www.janeclub.com Check out new HDTGM merch over at https://www.teepubli…wdidthisgetmade Check out Devon Bryant’s charity Bandcamp box set here: https://painkillerthepigeon.bandcamp.com/ Where to Find Jason, June & Paul: @PaulScheer on Instagram & Twitter @Junediane on IG and @MsJuneDiane on Twitter Jason is Not on Twitter

Let’s Just Leave it at That
Ep11: Communications is the key!

Let’s Just Leave it at That

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 63:48


This week tiff is away so Tanny brings in her husband to help her co-host. Tanny is big on communication so tune in to hear how her and husband communicate while having a drink and answer some questions about their marriage,their past and their future. Follow us on Instagram @iamtiffanyrenell @mrs_robinson15 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Let’s Just Leave it at That
Ep10: Let’s just leave them with the goods!

Let’s Just Leave it at That

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 58:33


This Wednesday Tiff and Tanny invite some great ladies from the thegoods_podcast and keepthatsamezenergy to come join them for some drinks, laughs and great conversation plus a little more

Some Metalheads Are Gonna Roll
Mount Rushmore: Bands That Changed You

Some Metalheads Are Gonna Roll

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2021 39:24


Tanny and Branny are back it again with another Mount Rushmore. Today, we're counting down our Mount Rushmore of bands that changed us. We tried to pick bands that weren't obvious choices like Black Sabbath, Metallica, Iron Maiden, etc. That was too easy. We went for bands that diversified our listening habits and opened our eyes and ears a bit more. Bands that sparked our passion. We're sorry if our choices aren't obscure enough for those of you out there that are THE TRUEST OF TRUE. Shit on us all you like. We can take it. 

Our Spoopy Podcast
Nobody Hautes Tanny

Our Spoopy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2021 123:22


Spencer and Chris talk about the mystery of the Setagaya Family Murders and Chicago's Great Fire of 1871,

Let’s Just Leave it at That
Ep5:Power of the pussy

Let’s Just Leave it at That

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 58:31


This week Tiff and Tanny discuss the power of the pussy. The power of the pussy determines the type of men a woman gets,keeps and tolerates but what’s so special about what a woman is doing that would make a man want to get,keep or tolerate that woman.let’s talk about it amongst some other things. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Super Human Radio
The Fallacy that Only Adult Humans Drink Milk

Super Human Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 64:34


SHR # 2691:: The Fallacy that Only Adult Humans Drink Milk - Joel Green - Whenever the discussion of drinking milk arises, someone inevitably says “well only humans drink milk as adults” implying that drinking milk is bad for you, because no other creatures on the planet but humans do this. Even Arnold was quoted from his Pumping Iron movie saying “milk is for babies” as its inappropriateness for the bodybuilder diet. Meanwhile in the same time frame and geographical locale fathers of Physical Culture like LaLane, Gironda, Tanny credited raw unpasteurized milk and cream as their secret to building muscle and staying lean in the pre-anabolic steroid era. In this episode we explore this notion that dairy is somehow inappropriate once one is mature and has been weened to solid food “alternatives. Is there any truth to this notion that humans are the only species on the planet that continue to drink milk as adults?

Super Human Radio
The Fallacy that Only Adult Humans Drink Milk

Super Human Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 64:34


SHR # 2691:: The Fallacy that Only Adult Humans Drink Milk - Joel Green - Whenever the discussion of drinking milk arises, someone inevitably says “well only humans drink milk as adults” implying that drinking milk is bad for you, because no other creatures on the planet but humans do this. Even Arnold was quoted from his Pumping Iron movie saying “milk is for babies” as its inappropriateness for the bodybuilder diet. Meanwhile in the same time frame and geographical locale fathers of Physical Culture like LaLane, Gironda, Tanny credited raw unpasteurized milk and cream as their secret to building muscle and staying lean in the pre-anabolic steroid era. In this episode we explore this notion that dairy is somehow inappropriate once one is mature and has been weened to solid food “alternatives. Is there any truth to this notion that humans are the only species on the planet that continue to drink milk as adults?

DARLINKA
TANNY WANNY

DARLINKA

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2021 10:21


Tanny Wanny is a complainer. Her Father's name is Winnie Weasel and her Mother's name is Picky Penny. Tanny Wanny is in charge of the customer service division for Harmony River community services. She handles all the complaints. The funny thing is that she added another 450 complaints so that she could be recognized as being productive. Tanny has a problem. She is lonely and doesn't understand why people shy away from her. Tanny takes after her Father. Her Father is always whining about something. He doesn't appreciate anything. Tanny picked up on this for the fundraiser and she agreed with her Father. Then Tanny realized that her Mother Picky Penny actually had some valuable advice. Picky Penny is actually only giving feedback for improvement. Tanny finally realized this and turned her department for complaints to a department for resolution. She also realized when you complain you repel people nobody but complainers want to hang out with you. Tanny was excited to go back and listen to the complaints and really understand the perspective. She discovered by changing her perspective that it changes her world. Know that victimization is a choice. Tanny changed her choices from just logging the complaints to diving and creating a resolution. Then her voice changed and her outlook changed and she got so excited and made positive changes! "When you know what you do,....STOP AND GET FEEDBACK SO YOU CAN MAKE NEW CHIOICES and then "Do what you know. Yah00 for Tanny she loves to help people resolve their situations. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/actinghouseofhealing/message

Dead And Lovely Horror Movie Podcast
191 Tammy and the T-Rex (1994)

Dead And Lovely Horror Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020 123:08


Uncle Ben and Hollywood Steve are reviewing a film that has earned a well-deserved cult following recently: Tammy and the T-Rex (aka Tanny and the Teenage T-Rex). Restored to its full gory glory by Vinegar Syndrome, Tammy and the T-Rex answers all the questions you didn't know you needed to ask. We discuss some films considered so bad that they're good, we delve into how this film came about, and we try to decipher what it all means. Buckle up! Don't forget to go to http://manscaped.com/ and get 20% off + free shipping with the code: DEAD20 If you want to help decide which movies we cover in the future, go become a $5 patron! Patreon.com/deadandlovely Movie discussion begins at 00:51:15 right after the Manscaped ad Music by intergalactic rock star Ben Eller!

Looking Back On My Wonder Years: A Wonder Years Podcast
Full House: S3E5: Granny Tanny (Grandparents Day Series)

Looking Back On My Wonder Years: A Wonder Years Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2020 113:12


Hey Tanner Fans, Angela Bowen here, the host of Oh Mylanta Holy Chalupas: An Unofficial Full House Fuller House Podcast. Today, in continuing with the Grandparents Day Series, I covered Full House S3E5: Granny Tanny, which aired on October 20, 1989. In this episode we get Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond) guest starring as Claire Tanner or as I refer to her in this episode Claire 2.0. Newly divorced as well as retired from the stationary supply business and now residing in Seattle, Washington, NOT Tacoma, Washington like in Season 1. I had to correct myself towards the end of the episode. She's come to visit and looking for a sense of purpose with no more work and no kids to raise she needs something to fill her days. Danny senses his Mom is becoming depressed and has the family act like they can't take care of the house without her help. Claire jumps at the chance to take care of everyone, making them elaborate Thanksgiving sized meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. She picks out Michelle's beautiful pencil bed (which I am so envious of)since Michelle proved that it's time to upgrade from a crib to a big girl bed which honestly is the safe way to go to prevent possible future injury of her climbing out of her what would be today, an unsafe crib with bars. Claire takes the job of being the caretaker so seriously that she takes it upon herself to move in permanently practically shoving Jesse and Joey out the door, telling them to get on with their lives. The guys say no way this is my family, I don't want to miss out on these girls lives, so Claire suggests the guys share a room and get bunk beds while she takes over Jesse's room, trying to convince herself she can fit 6 rooms of furniture in that small space as she measures the room. Danny finally puts on his big boy pants as he spills the beans about the lies of them needing her to wait on them hand and foo including the I Love Brussels lie he's been telling for over 20 years. They settle on her she moving into an apartment in the neighborhood instead of living under the same roof. Join me next week when we celebrate Fuller House Elias Harger (Max Fuller, DJ's middle child)birthday with Fuller House S2E5: Doggy Daddy, which aired on December 9, 2016. in this episode A not so typical day involves a dance audition, a toddler play date, four chickens, and a vet emergency. Matt comes to an important realization. To EMAIL The Podcast Go To: omhcfhfhpodcast@gmail.com Have a great weekend everyone!

Oh Mylanta/HolyChalupas: FullHouse/FullerHousePodcast
Full House: S3E5: Granny Tanny (Grandparents Day Series)

Oh Mylanta/HolyChalupas: FullHouse/FullerHousePodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2020 113:12


Hey Tanner Fans, Angela Bowen here, the host of Oh Mylanta Holy Chalupas: An Unofficial Full House Fuller House Podcast. Today, in continuing with the Grandparents Day Series, I covered Full House S3E5: Granny Tanny, which aired on October 20, 1989. In this episode we get Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond) guest starring as Claire Tanner or as I refer to her in this episode Claire 2.0. Newly divorced as well as retired from the stationary supply business and now residing in Seattle, Washington, NOT Tacoma, Washington like in Season 1. I had to correct myself towards the end of the episode. She's come to visit and looking for a sense of purpose with no more work and no kids to raise she needs something to fill her days. Danny senses his Mom is becoming depressed and has the family act like they can't take care of the house without her help. Claire jumps at the chance to take care of everyone, making them elaborate Thanksgiving sized meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. She picks out Michelle's beautiful pencil bed (which I am so envious of)since Michelle proved that it's time to upgrade from a crib to a big girl bed which honestly is the safe way to go to prevent possible future injury of her climbing out of her what would be today, an unsafe crib with bars. Claire takes the job of being the caretaker so seriously that she takes it upon herself to move in permanently practically shoving Jesse and Joey out the door, telling them to get on with their lives. The guys say no way this is my family, I don't want to miss out on these girls lives, so Claire suggests the guys share a room and get bunk beds while she takes over Jesse's room, trying to convince herself she can fit 6 rooms of furniture in that small space as she measures the room. Danny finally puts on his big boy pants as he spills the beans about the lies of them needing her to wait on them hand and foo including the I Love Brussels lie he's been telling for over 20 years. They settle on her she moving into an apartment in the neighborhood instead of living under the same roof. Join me next week when we celebrate Fuller House Elias Harger (Max Fuller, DJ's middle child)birthday with Fuller House S2E5: Doggy Daddy, which aired on December 9, 2016. in this episode A not so typical day involves a dance audition, a toddler play date, four chickens, and a vet emergency. Matt comes to an important realization. To EMAIL The Podcast Go To: omhcfhfhpodcast@gmail.com Have a great weekend everyone!

Punky Power: An Unofficial Punky Brewster Podcast and Together, We're Gonna Find Our Way:  An Unofficial Silver spoons Podcas

Hey Tanner Fans, Angela Bowen here, the host of Oh Mylanta Holy Chalupas: An Unofficial Full House Fuller House Podcast. Today, in continuing with the Grandparents Day Series, I covered Full House S3E5: Granny Tanny, which aired on October 20, 1989. In this episode we get Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond) guest starring as Claire Tanner or as I refer to her in this episode Claire 2.0. Newly divorced as well as retired from the stationary supply business and now residing in Seattle, Washington, NOT Tacoma, Washington like in Season 1. I had to correct myself towards the end of the episode. She's come to visit and looking for a sense of purpose with no more work and no kids to raise she needs something to fill her days. Danny senses his Mom is becoming depressed and has the family act like they can't take care of the house without her help. Claire jumps at the chance to take care of everyone, making them elaborate Thanksgiving sized meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. She picks out Michelle's beautiful pencil bed (which I am so envious of)since Michelle proved that it's time to upgrade from a crib to a big girl bed which honestly is the safe way to go to prevent possible future injury of her climbing out of her what would be today, an unsafe crib with bars. Claire takes the job of being the caretaker so seriously that she takes it upon herself to move in permanently practically shoving Jesse and Joey out the door, telling them to get on with their lives. The guys say no way this is my family, I don't want to miss out on these girls lives, so Claire suggests the guys share a room and get bunk beds while she takes over Jesse's room, trying to convince herself she can fit 6 rooms of furniture in that small space as she measures the room. Danny finally puts on his big boy pants as he spills the beans about the lies of them needing her to wait on them hand and foo including the I Love Brussels lie he's been telling for over 20 years. They settle on her she moving into an apartment in the neighborhood instead of living under the same roof. Join me next week when we celebrate Fuller House Elias Harger (Max Fuller, DJ's middle child)birthday with Fuller House S2E5: Doggy Daddy, which aired on December 9, 2016. in this episode A not so typical day involves a dance audition, a toddler play date, four chickens, and a vet emergency. Matt comes to an important realization. To EMAIL The Podcast Go To: omhcfhfhpodcast@gmail.com Have a great weekend everyone!

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Wednesday Titans Tanny Destroy Bills 10 14 20

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2020 5:27


Titans and Tanny destroy Bills

S.H.U.D.cast
Tanny and the T-Rex

S.H.U.D.cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2020 73:20


See, you think it's a typo, but according to the opening credits of this week's movie, it's not. Welcome to Austin's new favorite film of all time - Tammy and The T-Rex (1994). Some venture say that it's a work of cinematic genius. Others might offer that it's a driveling pile of garbage. The rest may tell you that, with some playful substance abuse, it's the thing that will save your sanity during quarantine. Regardless of the school you find yourself in, once again, we give thanks to Shudder for bringing us the goods. Join us for episode three in the SHUDin series. 

Talking Terror
Talking Terror: Tammy (or Tanny if you're nasty) and her T-Rex!

Talking Terror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 118:00


On this episode of Talking Terror, you can expect this episode to not only be fast but maybe furious as well! There could even been some wild things in store with this film of the week! The Ghoul of Geek Keith decided to invite the spooky boys of the show to see what happens when you put a teenage boy's brain into an animatronic dinosaur! Listen in as the crew discusses "Tammy And The T-Rex" or is it "Tanny And The Teenage T-Rex"? From 1994 and directed by Stewart Raffill. Oh yeah, Denise Richards is in the movie - winning! Also? Paul Walker before he realized that Corona is the only beer you can drink at a Vin Diesel house party. Stay scared people, stay scared!

TEN TALKS presents CBUS Speaks

Tanny talks growing up around Crane Plastics and the family business, her early career working for Kellogg’s in Chicago, returning to Columbus, the transformation of what is now known as The Crane Group, and getting involved with philanthropy in Columbus. Keep up with the CBUS Speaks conversation on instagram and twitter.

Better Sexpectations
THE TANNY SHOW - TAKEOVER EPISODE - EP 012

Better Sexpectations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2020 58:30


jessica massey 8:42 PM (2 minutes ago) to me After a somewhat lengthy hiatus (sorry, y’all, but we’ve got shit goin’ on), we’re FINALLY back. Well, taking a backseat, that is. Because sometimes, you just need to shut the f**k up and listen. Join guest hosts illustrator Manny Mayo and videographer Taylor Whaley in this special episode they’re calling the Tanny Takeover! They’re talking celebrities, politics, porn, and much more. If you think the governor of Georgia is an ass hat, and you’re down for a little cyber bullying for a cause (think about what Paramount Pictures almost did to Sonic last year), then you’ll enjoy this week’s episode. Hot takes include celebrity drama on twitter, the Handmaid’s Tale, white dudes with dirty fingernails, how the PSP revolutionized portable porn, and much more. Stay safe, wash your hands, fight against racial injustice, and wear a goddamn mask. And for the last f***ing time, Manny doesn’t love mayo...it’s just his name. Executive Producers @better_sexpectations Jess Crisler @perfect_crime_ Jess Massey Writers/Producers Manny Mayo @extra_Mayo @gottalovemayo Taylor Whalor @taylorwhalor @latejuneofficial Director/Editor Joseph Hudon @joehudon3 josephhudon.com Cinematographer/Key Grip Leigh Harmer @cherubfacts http://Leighves.com Photographer Paulus Abuakel @snaptapphotos http://Snaptapphotos.com Special Graphics Jess Massey Youtube video they talk about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xML37NnX34A Tamala Horsford Petition https://www.change.org/p/state-of-georgia-fire-sheriff-ron-freeman-stop-his-corruption-and-constant-cover-ups-as-sheriff-in-forsyth-county?utm_content=cl_sharecopy_15332496_en-US%3Av1&recruiter=967721450&recruited_by_id=89dfe020-8610-11e9-903e-b9dd9b8f05c0&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=psf_combo_share_initialtical Video about Tamala Horsford: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jc9hDqR-UqY&feature=youtu.be Article of Washington POC kids getting sent back first: https://justthenews.com/government/local/washington-state-suggests-schools-could-give-priority-nonwhite-students-during?amp https://twitter.com/bitchmynamekris/status/1284115578718957568?s=10

A Brand New Day with Stephanie J.
A Brand New Day with Stephanie J...THEME SONG

A Brand New Day with Stephanie J.

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2020 2:29


This song was created with the original episodes and I wanted to keep the same theme song. I am not seeing how I can import the file to include a portion of the song in my intro and outro, so I am publishing it separately. The music was created by my son Rahshon while he was still in high school. He just recently graduated from Temple University. Yay Shon! (My daughter Ta'niesha (Tanny) graduated from Old Dominion and Regent University. Shon still does music today and has many of his instrumentals posted on his Soundcloud page under SMNS. My husband wrote and recorded the rap song and I am ad-libbing and speaking in the background. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/stephanie-johnson23/message

Thriver Lifestyle Podcast
120. Failure, Resilience and Reward in the Brow & Beauty Business with Tanny Diep

Thriver Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2020 41:41


Before Sway Brows, Tanny Diep was a Fashion Sales & Marketing Manager with a background in Design & Illustration. In an ever evolving industry, fashion demanded long hours in a fast-paced and deadline sensitive environment. Her passion for creative artistry and the desire for more flexible hours motivated her to seek out a new venture. Tanny has always been personally interested in Beauty and Cosmetology but an obsession for creating perfect eyebrows attracted her to the art of semi-permanent makeup, particularly Microblading. She’s a certified Beauty Angel Master Trainer by the world reknowned Beauty Angels Academy, which specializes in symmetry and measuring brows by the golden ratio. This technique custom designs the eyebrow shape to accommodate the natural proportion of your facial features. They are best known for their natural 3D like hair strokes that are hand drawn with precision. With over 15+ years of Sales & Marketing along with 10+ years of Design experience, Tanny has mastered her skills in artistic composition and meticulous attention to detail, while building and maintaining client relationships. Sway Brows officially launched in November of 2018 and is already experiencing rapid growth with over 80K followers on instagram and 100% satisfaction from clients. Tanny has performed over 1000+ procedures and is a Microblade & Shade Master Trainer for Beauty Angels Academy under the direction of the World’s Best Master award winner, Kler Rosenberg.  Sway Brows Academy & Studio is located in Artesia, CA. website: swaybrows.com facebook: facebook.com/swaybrows.com insta: https://www.instagram.com/swaybrows/   Thriver Lifestyle Resources: FREE 30-min Business Audit (Pivot your business online and find ways to monetize) https://calendly.com/mbacoluba/30minaudit   Enjoy the show and please don’t forget to RATE, REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE! Click here to Rate and Review   Follow me on Instagram and DM me your questions, feedback and any topic suggestions: https://www.instagram.com/mbacoluba/   Follow me on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@marianbacoluba

Principles with Cory and Logan
Episode #8- W/Tanny Crawford Adapt & Survive or Adapt & Thrive

Principles with Cory and Logan

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2020 60:06


In this episode our guest Tanny Crawford is back for the 2nd time as we discuss a variety of relevant topics including: -Ways to set your day up for success. -Daily habits that lead to reaching your goals. -How we can choose to adapt and survive or adapt and thrive in a changing world. -Ultimately how successful people do what unsuccessful people are unwilling to do. -Judge today based on the seeds you plant not the harvest you reap. Submit your feedback and questions to cory@coryleeleadership. We would love to hear your thoughts and questions to better serve you.

The Other 50% - a herstory of hollywood
EP 192 Tanny Jiraprapasuke and Melissa Center

The Other 50% - a herstory of hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2020 57:37


For this episode, I got to speak with Melissa Center, an award-winning filmmaker & actress, and Tanny Jiraprapasuke, a mindful coach, practitioner, & scholar, who met by chance in Los Angeles, at the National Women's Political Caucus Summer Spritz event. As women in support of other women: they discovered a mutual desire to shift the moral paradigm around closing the gender pay-gap, reevaluating hiring practices, and transforming organizations' cultures. Melissa and Tanny decided to combine their talents, aligned values, and full dedication to affecting change for good. They are not trying to dismantle “systems,” but rather to interrupt the status quo “systems” by offering a new kind of system: Whole Self Systems. Through Whole Self Systems, Melissa & Tanny inspire new ways of communicating, empower ethical leaders (many from marginalized communities), and elevate workplaces that prioritize diversity, gender equanimity, & social innovation. We spoke earlier this year, before we were all in isolation, but somehow this work seems even more relevant now, as many people are looking inward toward mindfulness and as the world is changing before our very eyes.

FOR THE STORY
TAMMY AND THE T-REX - FOR THE STORY #124

FOR THE STORY

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2020 58:07


Tammy and the T-Rex, aka Tanny and the Teenage T-Rex, stars Denise Richards, Paul Walker, and Terry Kiser. A teen (Denise Richards) learns that a scientist (Terry Kiser) implanted her dead boyfriend's brain (Paull Walker) into an animatronic dinosaur. This is a weird movie with a weirder cast! Come hang with us!

B-trothed
1. Tammy and The T-Rex (1994)

B-trothed

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2020 109:52


Katie and Chris dive into the glorious 1993 clusterfuck known as Tammy and The T-Rex, aka Tanny and The T-Rex, aaka Tammy and The Teenage T-Rex. Baby Paul Walker(RIP Brian Earl Spillner/O' Connor), Denise Richards, and a borrowed animatronic dinosaur star in the classic boy meets girl/boy gets mauled by a tiger/boy has brain transplanted into a dinosaur/ boy-o-saur kills his enemies and gets the girl...tale. Shoot us a message! b.trothed@gmail.com Follow us! @btrothed on twitter @btrothedpod on instagram

Fantasy Theatre
NFL Free Agency 2020

Fantasy Theatre

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2020 35:23


Tom in Tampa, Tanny in Tennessee, and Teddy in blue! Where will Winston, Dalton, and Newton play next year? Who wins the AFC East? RBs keep getting cheaper. Special thanks to Bill O'Brien. IT'S FANTASY THEATREEEEE!!!! *Still working out some kinks with the new setup. Spencer messed up the sound, but we still wanted to get some free agency thoughts out there.

Same Old Football Show
EMERGENCY EPISODE! CBA, Calais Trade, and Tanny Gets Paid!

Same Old Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2020 14:38


EMERGENCY EPISODE!!! THIS IS NOT A TEST!!! Connor breaks down everything that has gone down on a very busy Sunday morning for a league who has not even started their calendar year! Here is the Emergency Information we need to bring you during the Ides of March! Thank you for checking out the Same Old Football Show's episode for March 15, 2020. If you like what you're hearing, be sure to rate and review this podcast. If you really like what you're hearing, spread the word! Let the Average Bros know what you want discussed. Have a great idea? Send it to sameoldfootballshow@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sameoldfootballshow/message

Jared and The GM
Jared & The GM: Hour 1 (3-10-20)

Jared and The GM

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2020 46:04


Jared and Floyd discuss ESPN's Diana Russini's report that the Titans are working on a deal with Tannehill. They also discuss the franchise tag and what contracts are the smartest to take on.  00:00 - Russini on Titans and Tanny  15:28 - Franchise tag and Brady  26:47 - Brady vs Tanny and who is the better fit 34:29 - Where else can Brady go and Titans contracts

DARLINKA
C.H.A.T- Bonus "Tanny Wanny"

DARLINKA

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 29, 2020 33:41


Hello valued listener's: Lets have a chat. "This podcast is dedicated to "Empower Women in Trades - Calgary Alberta Canada" This episode is all about knowing your own character and how you show up in your life. When we listen to other teachers this is good information but if you really want to get through this particular change to land in a place that you desire, maybe this little chat can help you. C. Courage, Confidence and Curious H. Hero, Help and Honk A. Accountability, Action and Allow T. Telling, Tenacity, Transformation Bonus Character of what NOT to do. "Tanny Wanny" She thinks to lodge complaints is good? Do you know someone like that? When you make a change it is always uncomfortable. Set yourself up for success. See below for action steps Resources: John Maxwell (see link below) , Joe Dispenza, Bruce Lipton to expand your horizons to make empowered choices. 1. Find someone that can support you and also be honest with you. This will help you to move forward. 2. Pick 2 things daily that you can do to move you towards your desired outcome. 3. Meet with a mentor and offer to buy their lunch. Thank You April Getz - Acting House of Healing. John Maxwell Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/5Tx9Zr4AImvrdHuJ1lswUw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/april913/message

Jared and The GM
Jared & The GM: Hour 4 (2-27-20)

Jared and The GM

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2020 45:05


Jared and Floyd continue their CBA and Brady talk in 'Ask the GM' and they preview the Preds massive game against the Flames as Nashville pushes for the top playoff position.  00:00 - Ask the GM 11:43 - Ask the GM  28:01 - Brady more of a risk than Tanny?  38:58 - Preds GameDay 

Principles with Cory and Logan
Success Through Adversity

Principles with Cory and Logan

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2020 31:24


In this weeks episode of Principles with Cory and Logan we interview leader and mentor Tanny Crawford. Tanny is a successful leader and entrepreneur who is currently the Vice President of outpatient clinics for a national physical therapy company. He has served in leadership roles throughout his career and it is easy from the outside looking in to view all the successes. However, along with many victories there are often many adversities. Tanny shares how he deals with the struggles that often comes in life and how to continue the pursuit of major goal during uncertain times.

Jared and The GM
Jared & The GM: Hour 1 (2-25-20)

Jared and The GM

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2020 47:46


Jared and Floyd kickoff the show talking about Jon Robinson's comments about re-signing Tannehill and Henry. They also respond to comments made by ESPN's Stephan A. Smith and Max Kellerman on Brady coming to Tennessee.  00:00 - Jon Robinson's comments on Tanny and Henry 13:06 - Is the idea of Brady coming to Tennessee better than ever? 25:03 - What would contracts compare with Brady vs Tannehill  36:19 - If the Titans don't get Brady or Tannehill, who else should the Titans go after? 

Money Matters Top Tips with Adam Torres
Adam Torres interviews Tanny Rutdow Jiraprapasuke, Co-Founder of Whole Self Systems

Money Matters Top Tips with Adam Torres

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2020 10:48


Adam Torres interviews Tanny Rutdow Jiraprapasuke, Co-Founder of Whole Self Systems in this episode. Follow Adam on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/ for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule. Apply to be interviewed by Adam on our podcast: https://www.moneymatterstoptips.com/podcastguest --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moneymatters/support

Cover Zero Podcast
Divisional Round Preview - Tanny in yo Fanny

Cover Zero Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2020 51:34


Towards the tail end of November, the four Cover Zero members entered into a deep state of hibernation to focus their minds on the art of tape-grinding, schematic design and all things All-22. An underground bunker decked out with the finest technology has housed the podcast crew for the past month plus, providing them with the optimal environment in which to flourish as masters of the tape. Unfortunately, only one of those individuals has emerged thus far. Cathal can hold his silence for no longer - a new podcast episode is overdue. He's joined by Jonny to preview the fantastic Divisional Round slate, hope you enjoy.

Academic Conversation with Merten & Morgan
Sketchnoting for Comprehension: Interview with Tanny McGregor-Episode 7

Academic Conversation with Merten & Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2020 29:33


This is the final episode of a book study series on Ink & Ideas by Tanny McGregor. Alicia and Mary interview Tanny and discuss how to bring visual notetaking and deeper comprehension to students and teachers.

Damn Dolphins Podcast
Damn Dolphins Podcast - new OC Chan Gailey gets hired; Ryan Tannehill/Wildcard Weekend talk

Damn Dolphins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2020 52:31


Dolphins bring OC Chan Gailey out of retirement; Tanny & Titans beat Patriots; Thoughts on Tanny; Wildcard Weekend thoughts

Sports Brew
NFL Wk 14, 49ers – Saints Thriller, Kittle Beasts, Chiefs – Pats REffing Fails, CFP Roundup, LSU, Burrow, MLB Contract Party, the Tannehill Titans, Rage Facing Movie Previews, FF Playoffs 12-14-2019

Sports Brew

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2019 113:32


Segment 1: NFL Week 14. Colts – Bucs debacle. The 49ers – Saints thriller. Kittle beasts up, punt party penalty DENIED, and a pointsplosion throwdown. San Fran throws down the scheduling gauntlet, moxie, and  Kittle inspired Salud o’Clock. Clinton Portis and a bunch of NFL players in the midst of a healthcare fraud investigation. Officiating dumpster fires. Patriots – Chiefs. The WTF N’Keal Harry sideline robbery and reffing fails continue in the NFL. CFP and NCAAF round up. LSU hammers Georgia into SEC oblivion plus Joe Burrow mojo. Ohio State’s incredible 2nd half vs Wisconsin. Clemson destroys UVA. A way too early CFP preview. The Urban Meyer – Cowboys rumors. MLB contract party – Anthony Rendon, Stephen Strasburg, and Gerrit Cole crank up the moneybags. The 3 batter minimum pitcher rule. The Astros leading an effort to reduce minor league teams by 26 percent. A disastrous recipe for growing the next generation of baseball fans (and players). The dangers of alienating your fanbase – a reminder from NASCAR and the Redskins on generational fan problems. Earl Thomas on the refs protecting Lamar Jackson. Titans – Raiders. The Tannehill Titans keep on rolling plus put Tanny delivers a mighty tackle on an INT. Rage facing on excessive previews before movies. Steelers – Cardinals. The Antonio Brown saga continues, bi-polar Twitter rants, and wondering about the potential impact CTE – remembering Junior Seau. The NFL moves on from Colin Kaepernick.  Joe Burrow Heisman thoughts. Giants – Eagles failbuckets. Packers – Redskins. Wrap up, Fart Gun, the Mautt bastard lovechild, and Axe body spray evacuation. Brew Crew fantasy football fun and rematches. 12-14-2019, MP3 format. This is how we Brew it: Join the Brew Crew @ www.facebook.com/SportsBrew Twitter: vasportsbrew Find us on Podbean, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, LiveSportscaster.com, and the Google Play Store - Key words: Sports Brew Cheers and beers flavored by Captain Morgan 100 Proof, Jack Daniels, Coca-Cola, Three Notch’d Tollan Rye IPA, Kindred Spirit Deliciousness Milk Stout, Hardywood Golden Ale, and the general deliciousness of beer.

Live from the Middle Urinal
Episode 153: Tanny Hill

Live from the Middle Urinal

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2019 72:34


This week, the boys talk about the Devils firing their coach and Rutgers hiring Greg Schiano (0:00). Then, they recap Week 13 of the NFL, including Kirk Cousins is 0-8 on Monday Night Football (8:30), Ron Rivera is out in Carolina (11:45), Eli is the starter in New York! and Nick Foles is benched in Jacksonville (15:20) and segments: Overrated/Underrated (20:20) and Is He Actually Good? (28:00). Then, they talk MLB because the Wilpons are selling the Mets! Sort of! (34:00), for the same cost do you want Trout or Rendon and Strasburg (39:20). Then, they answer hypotheticals, including snapping back in time randomly (46:50), becoming an entirely new superhero or supervillain (54:00), and seeing any 2-hour period in history (59:50). LOCKS OF THE WEEK NOW SUNDAYS ON BET THE OVER! GET ON TRYP RIDES! Text us your hypotheticals 24/7 at (209)-874-6251. Rate, review, and subscribe! This is a @WTPSports production. Check out www.wtpsports.com.  Follow the show on Twitter and on Instagram, and check out our playlist on Spotify!

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
Are You My Tanny Bananny? with Tan France

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2019 49:52


Tan France is the host of Netflix’s upcoming show Next in Fashion, Dressing Funny on Netflix is a Joke and co-host of Queer Eye. He sits down with Jonathan in a mysterious location (on set) to discuss life since Queer Eye, the beauty industry, and learning to not just love but advocate for the beautiful color of his skin!  Follow Tan France on Instagram and Twitter @tanfrance and check out his side project on Instagram @shaded Find out what today’s guest and former guests are up to by following Getting Curious on Instagram @CuriousWithJVN and Twitter. Listen to more music from Quiñ by heading over to TheQuinCat.com. Jonathan is on Instagram @JVN. Also Twitter and Facebook. Catch Jonathan on Queer Eye streaming now on Netflix.

Bad Credit Podcast
BCST010: Tanny-Time

Bad Credit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2019 50:42


Tannehill looks good in his first week as a starter. Steven and Sam argue over what the next SUPERBET should be. The boys go over this weeks NFL spreads --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bad-credit/support

Peak Sports Talk
Episode 6 : Goodbye Marcus, Hello Tanny

Peak Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2019 37:36


Titans Talk, NFL, Pats Schedule, Peak Picks!

Before You Kill Yourself
Tanny Garcia: Bullying, belonging and being present

Before You Kill Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2019 83:54


School Psychologist, Tanny Garcia, joins me to discuss: sources of ADHD; how to reduce bullying; how compliments can cause anxiety; eating disorders; Introversion vs extroversion; students concerns about talking to the school psychologist; restorative justice; the three things you should never let yourself be; how have healthy dialogue; why mentors are more important than money. Suicide Prevention Center (Los Angeles)877-727-4747National Suicide Prevention Lifeline800-273-TALK [800-273-8255]1-800-SUICIDE [800-784-2433]Teen Line (Los Angeles)800-852-8336The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)866-488-7386National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]Crisis Text LineText "Connect" to 741741 in the USALifeline Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/

Rumble Lips
That Red Dirt

Rumble Lips

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2019 55:32


Yo! Hi! solo ep from your damn boy, It's a rap cast, theres some OKC talk and some talk of cats.thankyou sponsys and Tanny!Ohio Valley Beard Supply, BoomTown, Go Bananas Comedy Clubpatreon: www.patreon.com/rumblelips --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rumble-lips/support

Rumble Lips
3 Yung Gentlemen w/ Blake Hammond and Chris Siemer

Rumble Lips

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2018 71:57


Oh the gentlemen have checked in. This week I hung out with my two friends Blake (prophet of rage) Hammond and Chris (sandwich artist) Siemer.Love you my sponsys: Ohio Valley Beard Supply, BoomTown, Danny Gamble, Go Bananas Comedy Club.thankyou my Tanny and Juan Cosbypatreonwww.patreon.com/rumblelips --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rumble-lips/support

Heinemann Podcast
Sketchnoting with Tanny McGregor

Heinemann Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2018 17:04


Today on the Heinemann Podcast, we’re learning about creative ways to grow our thinking.Tanny McGregor is the author of Ink and Ideas: Sketchnotes for Engagement, Comprehension, and Thinking. In it, Tanny explains the power behind putting words and pictures together in the method of “sketchnoting.” One of the benefits of sketchnoting is bringing focus and strengthening memory. It also allows for multiple perspectives in the classroom to be represented in authentic and personal ways. Our conversation begins with Tanny’s first introduction to sketchnoting and her grandfather’s profound influence on her work…

Conquering Columbus Podcast

Summary: Tanny is the President and CEO at the Crane Group, which got its start as Crane Plastics in 1947 by her grandfather. Tanny joined the company in 1987, and since then she’s worked along side an amazing team to build a network of local, regional, and global firms in an ecosystem centered around helping …

Sweat Equity Podcast® Law Smith + Eric Readinger

Coral or Tanny? Entrepreneurship = Loneliness. Making business buddies. Dragon Dictation sucks.    Law Smith is a SMB Consultant, Digital Strategist, Stand Up Comedian and President of Tocobaga Consulting, “TocoWorks”, a small-to-medium business consulting firm + digital agency located in Tampa's historic district, Ybor City.   Eric Readinger is a Website Producer*, Video Editor, Sketch Performer, self proclaimed Super Nerd and Partner at Tocobaga Consulting, and Partner and Producer at Tampaniac Pictures.    * Website Developer and Website Designer         EP SPONSOR: USE OUR LINK OR IT DON'T COUNT, FOOL   Grasshopper   trygrasshopper.com/sweat Freshbooks     gofreshbooks.com/sweat Warby Parker    warbyparker.com OFFER CODE: SWEAT  

TheMisbelief RadioShow
S1Ep38 (A Poignant Moment on Chitlins)

TheMisbelief RadioShow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2017 116:28


November 25, 2017 (A Poignant Moment on Chitlins)   Hosts: DC PauL, Oshun, Martin "Bats" Bradford, J. Steel, & Malik Bartholomew Engineer: DJ Mastermind Producer: Brian Egland Guests: Tanyell Waivers & Rachel Ridgeway & Cherelle Palmer Topics:  You wouldn't believe how much fun TheMisbelief CoHosts had during Bayou Classic Weekend. Why y'all be hating on chitlins!?  J. Steel admitted to preferring store bought pumpkin pie more than homemade sweet potato pie, but she still has more friends than chitlin eating DC. How long can you eat Thanksgiving leftovers? Is Oshun's family the only black family that makes casseroles? How are chitlins like masturbation?    Musical Actresses Cherelle Palmer and Rachel Ridgeway stop by to tell us more about Cursive Art's first production, Creating Christmas, written & directed by recent DU graduate Ms. Ridgeway. Listen to hear wut Cursive Art has in its upcoming season that fulfills the organization's mission statement, and supports women.   Actress Tanyell Waivers, who plays Keke in "Queen Sugar" on the OWN Network admits to being from The Westbank, but quickly regains the admiration of the cohosts with her charm and personality. She hints that we'll be seeing more of her character in upcoming seasons, and even give us some insight to the backstage pranks from the set. Did you kno that she gets to call Ava DuVernay by her first name?! MAMA WE MADE IT!!! Hey cousin Tanny!!!   We run it about the 2017 Master P and that unholy Essence Fest performance, the superbowl of wrestling coming to New Orleans in 2018, the alleged non-whiteness of the Landrieu family, who's tryna be DC's new favorite DJ, and a whole lot more of wut's going on outchea. We drop a Sankofa session in honor of Mayor Elect LaToya Cantrell, the first Black Female mayor of New Orleans, and #ThatActorGuy Mister Bats is serving Dat Neck to Tennessee Justice system this week... yikes!!!    Songs: Phat Word - Where Y'at Janai McGee - Rise, Grind, and Shine Jae Harmonee - Already Know Hifey Gallivant- Straighten It Out Kevin Stylez - Trippin Mykia Jovan- 16 Shots Kalana Celeste - Strange Raw Rev- Dranks On Me CoolNasty - Optimistic Caren Green - Be The Light Vigoruz - Party   TheMisbelief RadioShow plays ONLY local New Orleans recording artists.  If you would like your radio friendly music played, contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com   Recorded at WBOK 1230AM Contact TheMisbelief@gmail.com   DON'T LIKE, SHARE, COMMENT, OR SUBSCRIBE. I HATE THAT.

Podcast Es mi Música
08/02/17 Es mi Música - Entrevista a Tanny Mas

Podcast Es mi Música

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2017 15:54


Programa "Es mi Música" dirigido y presentado por María Tortosa. Hoy con la entrevista a Tanny Mas. Emitido en directo el Miércoles, 08/02/2017 a las 12 h. a través de esmiradio.es Contacto: info@esmiradio.es

Podcast Hijos de la Luna
15/11/16 - Hijos de la Luna / Entrevista a Tanny Mas

Podcast Hijos de la Luna

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2016 60:23


Programa "Hijos de la Luna" dirigido y presentado por José Luis Mateo y María Tortosa con las últimas novedades discográficas y momentos "Remember" con la música de toda la vida. Hoy con la entrevista a Tanny Mas que nos habla de su nuevo single “Thank You”. Emitido en directo el Martes, 15/11/16 a las 21:00 h. a través de esmiradio.es "Hijos de la Luna" lo puedes escuchar en directo de Lunes a Viernes de 21 a 22 h. a través de Internet en http://www.esmiradio.es o también en directo a través de Tune-In, iVoox o la aplicación "esmiradio.es" disponible en Google Play. Consulta nuestra programación en www.esmiradio.es Contacto: programahijosdelaluna@gmail.com

How Rude! The Full House Podcast

Well, let's just get this out in the open: I, Jon Pernisek, truly am the worst. At a certain point during this episode I completely make an ass out of myself and for that I apologize to my co-host and buddy, Brandon. I am sorry, Brandon! That said, let's focus on the positives, like this week's wonderful guest, Alison Lynch! She's here to help us discuss "Granny Tanny", a timely episode in that it focuses on Moms. Who are mothers? What are mothers? Why do we love and adore them so much, especially when they turn into fancy Grandmothers? Also, why are people kissing each other SO MUCH in this episode? Seriously, it's a new record for gross kissing. Stop it! Also: The resume of Doris Roberts, shoelace techniques, Looney Tune comparisons, and bedtime issues. It's all here! And yes, I'm still the worst. I'm worse than Charlie Brown! Aye, me. See you next week, guys and gals. XOXO