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The Bert Show
She's Loving On Her Husband Every Night 'Til He Taps Out! How Long Will It Take?!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 8:41


She thinks if she challenges her husband to have sex every day, he's going to tap out! The challenge started last night...how'd it go down?! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Too Much Effing Perspective
Quick Taps - Sweat, Blood, and Tears

Too Much Effing Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 9:16


Need a Quick Infusion of Spinal Tap Moments? Try Quick Taps - short episodes with short stories for short attention spans. Hear about the time pro-wrestler Randy “Macho Man” Savage caused the host of a cooking show to be turned into mincemeat; the gig where Jane's Addiction's Dave Navarro rained blood from the heavens; and how comedian Billy Wayne Davis saw a couple who thought Ralphie May was an aphrodisiac steal the show...before being ejected from it. Sound FX credits -- Diamond Cutter Compilation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7n30C0FqRo -- Paul Gilmartin on WCW: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5N-GDLyVGA8 -------------------------------------------------- Get in touch with Too Much Effing Perspective Contact us: hello@tmepshow.com Website: https://tmepshow.com Social: @tmepshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Olde World Paranormal Podcast
Episode 47 Shari DeBenedetti - Doppelgangers, Car Toilets and Hold the Cheese Please

Olde World Paranormal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 66:15


On this installment of the Olde World Paranormal Podcast, Sean and Nick are joined by the lovely Shari DeBenedetti of TRVL Channel and Discovery+'s Ghost Hunters and Ghost Nation! We talk paranormal, what it's like to investigate with the TAPS team, Doppelgangers, Portable Car Toilets and Shari hates cheese? So hit that play button, give us a LIKE and SUBSCRIBE so you never miss an awesome episode!

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
MBA Wire Taps 272—Cybersecurity candidate, needs to ace GMAT. Online gaming interest, 760 GMAT. Wharton vs Columbia, for tech in NYC

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 34:52


WireTaps kicks off this week with a timely discussion about the importance of interview preparation for those candidates entering that phase of the MBA admissions cycle (this included a conversation about Clear Admit's free Interview Archive: https://www.clearadmit.com/category/interview-reports/).  Graham then highlighted the employment reports recently published for Stanford and Cornell / Johnson. Both programs are offering impressive numbers from last season. The challenge to business schools this season will be how to replicate these strong numbers in the less favorable economy that we are now experiencing. Graham also highlighted a recent Clear Admit article that focuses on the decline in the tech sector for MBA job seekers; this led to some discussion about whether or not this news portends a more challenging time across the board for the Class of 2023. Before getting into this week's candidate reviews, Graham mentioned the two deferred enrolment events that Clear Admit is hosting on February 1 and February 8. Signups are here: https://bit.ly/defer23 This week's featured candidates were sourced from two ApplyWire entries and one DecisionWire entry: First up, an early-bird candidate who appears to have a very interesting military background with a focus on cyber security. They worry about their undergraduate record (3.04 in Electrical and Computer Engineering) and are taking steps to mitigate that. As part of that, they need to target a very strong GMAT score. That said, Alex and Graham love the overall profile, and think there might be options at the very best programs when this candidate applies next season. This week's second candidate has a super GMAT of 760. They have an accounting degree with a 3.23 GPA (slight concern) and a CPA. They also have a passion for online gaming, which may shape their long term goal, and Alex and Graham think this might be an interesting aspect of their profile to set them apart. Along those lines, your hosts did wonder why USC / Marshall is not a target program. Finally, this week's final candidate review comes from a DecisionWire post where a lucky applicant is debating between offers at UPenn / Wharton, Columbia and MIT / Sloan. They want a large network, which favors Wharton and Columbia, and they want to be in New York City, post MBA, in tech or early stage VC. Comments on the site leaned towards Wharton, but the applicant may need to wait to see if Columbia will offer them scholarship... This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced and engineered in Philadelphia by the incredibly hard-working, always reliable Dennis Crowley (shout-out to Dennis's dad, who Dennis credits with instilling in him these traits). Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen and to 'stay safe everybody'!

Tapping In
Quick Taps Ep1: Defy the odds

Tapping In

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 9:26


FIRST EPISODE!!! Lets defy the odds together and take Tapping In to the next level. Be sure to watch the video o YouTube Channel @Prof_MiguelBJJ

Creation Moments on Oneplace.com
How the Aye-Aye Taps Into Lunch

Creation Moments on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 2:00


Isaiah 45:18 For thus says the LORD. Who formed the earth and made it. Who formed it to be inhabited: 'I am the LORD, and there is no other. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1232/29

Resources | Abounding Grace Radio
Abounding Grace – Jacobs taps out Genesis 47:13-48:22 part 2

Resources | Abounding Grace Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 25:56


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KZYX News
Fort Bragg taps city funds to rent rooms for homeless. Eagles get reprieve

KZYX News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 6:30


At a special meeting over the holiday weekend, the Fort Bragg City Council agreed to use $25,000 from a city fund to continue the emergency winter shelter program at the Motel 6. Weeks of heavy rain have led to more than a ten-fold increase in room rentals for homeless people each month since November. And a pair of bald eagles in Potter Valley have gotten another reprieve, with the Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians calling for government-to-government consultations and Congressman Jared Huffman blasting the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for granting a permit to remove the nest without engaging the tribe. At Monday's brief meeting of the Fort Bragg City Council, Police Chief Neil Cervenka reported that the city has spent all $36,000 the county has given the city to rent rooms for homeless people during inclement weather or on nights that extreme cold is expected. The city rented 11 rooms in November for 14 people. That number shot up to 130 rentals for 62 people in December, 12 of them children and nine of them elderly. The city has already paid for 101 rentals in January of this year for 65 people, 11 of them children and eight of them elderly. Cervenka reported that he's negotiated $50 off the nightly price of the rooms and that the city has found other solutions for homeless people who are not from the Fort Bragg area. Eight people who used the voucher program for one night last month were not from the coast, and four people this month were from elsewhere. Of those four out-of-towners, he said, three were reunited with family members in other parts of the state and other states. “And then the big win in November was, seven of the 62 unique individuals who were non-coastal were placed in Hospitality House,” Cervenka reported. “While we are getting some dry weather, the clear skies mean cold nights. So we are expecting more. Right now, we have used all $36,000 of the original grant amount, and we have no more funding in the extreme weather shelter. Long range forecasting, which is very imprecise, shows several more weeks of rain coming up, which is very good for our aquifers…but it's not good for those folks who don't have shelter. I re-negotiated the rate of the room last week to $99.99 plus tax per night,” which is the weekend rate. In addition to voting unanimously to approve the use of the $25,000 from the city's fund, the council expects an item on next week's Board of Supervisors agenda discussing a match from the county. Fort Bragg City Manager Peggy Ducey said she expects to be reimbursed from the state Office of Emergency Services and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, once disaster declarations for the current emergency have been determined. The City Council agreed to fold the reimbursement monies back into the fund for housing the homeless. The city's emergency winter shelter program ends on April 30. *** And in Potter Valley, a Ponderosa pine tree containing a decades-old bald eagles' nest has been spared for another year. Earlier this month, U.S Fish & Wildlife granted PG&E a permit to remove the nest, giving the utility until February first, two weeks after the official start of the breeding season. But yesterday, U.S Fish & Wildlife wrote in an email that as of January 13, that permit is invalid, “and they are not presently authorized to remove the nest.” An agency spokesperson elaborated that, “The bald eagle pair is currently visiting and refurbishing the nest and the breeding season has begun. As such, the nest meets the definition of an ‘in-use' and active nest, thus the permit is no longer valid.” We documented one of the eagles landing on the tree near the nest on January 9. On January 11, after a brief confrontation between activists and a PG&E tree-cutting crew, Michael Hunter, the Chairman of the nearby Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians, wrote to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, requesting government-to-government consultation with the agency. “We understand that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has already issued the permit prior to initiating consultation and that there was a brief opportunity for “public comment” under the National Environmental Policy Act,” he wrote. However, “The Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians is a sovereign nation with a government-to government relationship with the United States and that relationship requires more substantial consultation than is awarded to “the public” under the National Environmental Policy Act. We also believe that agency duties and obligations under the National Historic Preservation Act are implicated and unfulfilled as well.” Congressman Jared Huffman agreed, saying he finds it “unacceptable” if the agency granted the permit without tribal consultation, and that he “share(s) the concern that a federal agency would not know better.” He blasted the agency, revealing that he has “had deep concerns about Fish and Wildlife's ability to fulfill its mission with integrity for a number of years…If this was a permit U.S. Fish and Wildlife had to grant; if the law, facts and science compelled them,” he insisted; “They should have included tribal consultation. But they dropped the ball.” He said he wrote a letter to USFWS on January 16, expressing his concerns. Peter Galvin, with the Center for Biological Diversity, is hoping for a long-term solution. The bald eagle breeding season ends in August, at which time PG&E could apply for another permit to take down the tree, arguing that it is threatening the line again. Currently, PG&E is providing generators and diesel fuel to residents on the property, leading to damage on the steep, unpaved driveway. Galvin said he is working hard to convince PG&E to underground the few hundred feet of line from the road to the homes on the property, and has offered his organization's help in fundraising to help pay for the effort. Huffman said he would try to help too, though he can't guarantee that there is a federal funding source for the project. But in his view, “PG&E ought to be able to solve this. It's not an overwhelmingly complex challenge.”

Resources | Abounding Grace Radio
Abounding Grace – Jacobs taps out Genesis 47:13-48:22 part 1

Resources | Abounding Grace Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 25:56


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Everyone's A Critic
Ep 231: Three Taps for Crosswords

Everyone's A Critic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 63:18


One tap for sex. If you like the show, PLEASE TELL A FRIEND? That's our advertising for the moment.  Our favorite cuts: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0uPjDIPt5PuItK7SzTeiUE?si=d7b3827f642341d4 https://tidal.com/browse/playlist/588a3c9d-cf2f-42fc-9663-5448730033b9 Buy our shirts and cups: https://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/CriticEveryone/ Yell at us: foreveracritic@gmail.com Tweet at us: @CriticEveryone Allow conspiracies to fester with us: Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/Everyones-a-Critic-2327696304154655/ Listen to the other great shows on our network: https://xraypod.com/ I did really hug Tommy Wiseau once.     

Moving Beyond Your Tribe with Torund Bryhn
Becoming The Person That Taps On People's Shoulders with Jackie Tapia

Moving Beyond Your Tribe with Torund Bryhn

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 39:55


When you think of the formula: hard work + time = success, do you consider where your physical and mental health fits in that equation? In this episode, I'm joined by Jackie Tapia, a first-generation Mexican American Lawyer with over 22 years of experience, Transformational Life Coach, CEO & Founder of Living Macro, and Host of the Amiga, Handle Your Shit podcast. After 17 years as a lawyer, Jackie realized trading hours for money was a terrible deal for her. Her physical and mental health was on the line, so she realized she had to change. A handful of years later, she heard her true calling, transformed her life, and decided to empower and help other Latinas handle their shit and thrive.Throughout our conversation, Jackie talks about how listening to her true calling and stepping into her true self changed her life and blessed her with the possibility to help others do the same. We explore how being a first-generation immigrant shaped her approach to making a living, the inspirational figure of her father, and the importance of listening to the signs of our true calling. Plus, we talk about fear, the hustle culture, how Jackie absorbed the fact of being famous for what she does, and so much more. Tune into episode 4 of Become Famous For What You Do and learn about Jackie's best advice to handle your shit. In This Episode, You Will Learn:About the birth of Amiga, Handle Your Shit podcast (2:26)Jackie's realization after 17 years of working herself to exhaustion (6:14)Using a lawyer's skills and abilities in a fun way (12:07)The importance of the energy we surround ourselves with (16:15)Jackie's advice for people who want to handle their shit (22:06)Listen to your true calling. Society has built us to ignore these things (36:14)Connect with Jackie:WebsiteAmiga, Handle Your Shit podcastInstagramLinkedInFacebook Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Omni Talk
Fast Five Shorts | Nestlé Taps Alibaba's Cainiao For It's First Smart DTC Fulfillment Center

Omni Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 3:35


In the latest edition of the Omni Talk Fast Five, sponsored by the A&M Consumer and Retail Group, Firework, Trigo, Sezzle, and Silk, Chris Walton and Anne Mezzenga discuss: Nestlé Taps Alibaba's Cainiao For It's First Smart DTC Fulfillment Center For the full episode head here: https://omnitalk.blog/2023/01/12/fast-five-video-instagram-cries-uncle-on-shopping-babies-r-us-is-reborn-amazon-extends-buy-with-prime/

The Keola Show: 2nd Date Update ON DEMAND!
2nd Date Update: Carpeted Bathroom

The Keola Show: 2nd Date Update ON DEMAND!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 20:52


Liam calls us about a girl named Penelope who he met through mutual friends. After talking for a while, they go out for drinks at Taps & Apps. They were having such a good time that they actually closed down the bar. They didn't yet want the date to end, so they end up going back to his place to continue it. No freaky stuff happened — maybe a kiss here and there — but overall, he was respectful to her. It seemed like they were having a fantastic time, but she's been pretty flakey ever since. He's wondering what changed. Follow us on Instagram: @thekeolashow Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheKeolaShow

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
MBA Wire Taps 271—Private Equity to Asset Management. Entrepreneurial ambitions with a Search fund. Fuqua versus Haas and Kenan Flagler, for Investment Banking.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 33:47


This week's episode kicks off with a quick discussion around the last of the Round 2 application deadlines for top programs (MIT / Sloan have a deadline this Wednesday). Graham and Alex also touched upon the fact LiveWire is starting to see one or two programs release early interview invites for Round 2, CMU / Tepper seems to be leading the way in this regard. It is also worth noting that Duke / Fuqua has added an extra deadline for this season, while UVA Darden have made their final round 'rolling'; is this a sign of deflated application volumes? Alex also noted that Goldman Sachs has announced a round of lay-offs; they join several leading tech forms that have also announced lay-offs in recent months. Your hosts then discussed the potential implications of a less steady job market in terms of the ROI of the MBA. Graham highlighted the return of the Real Numbers series from Clear Admit, kicking off with looking at tuition costs at the top programs. Graham then reminded listeners about two deferred enrollment events that Clear Admit is hosting on February 1 and February 8. Signups are here: https://bit.ly/defer23 For this week's candidate profile reviews, Alex chose two ApplyWire entries and one DecisionWire entry: First up, Graham introduces a very solid candidate for top programs: he has a 730 GMAT, 3.67 GPA and solid banking and private equity experience. He is looking to transition from PE to Asset Management, and Alex and Graham like the switch, but hope there's enough to differentiate his profile from some other very good, but similar, candidates. This week's second candidate has an ambitious goal of establishing a Search Fund straight after the MBA. We discussed some of the implications of that goal, and while we believe they have great work experience to date, we worry their numbers (320/3.2) in combination may hold them back, for now - even if they have completed MBA Math. This week's final candidate is debating admissions offers from Berkeley / Haas, Duke / Fuqua and UNC / Kenan Flagler (all with scholarships of varying amounts). They are looking to do investment banking, and are an international student. We think it boils down to the geographic preferences and IB placements, and lean towards Fuqua in this case. This episode was recorded in Paris, France and Cornwall, England. It was produced and engineered by the amazingly talented Dennis Crowley in West Philadelphia. Please remember to rate and review this show wherever you listen. Best of luck to everyone applying!

StickInRink Podcast
Devils State of Mind Podcast EP27 - S4: West Coast Winning FT Aiden Barett of Stick Taps

StickInRink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 53:51


Welcome to the Devils State of Mind Podcast on The Hockey Podcast Network! Stay up to date in the world of hockey with The Hockey Podcast Network. Every Monday and Thursday The Hockey Podcast Network offers a unique podcast dedicated to your New Jersey Devils. Podcasts' are between 30-50 minutes & available at thehockeypodcastnetwork.com or wherever you get your podcasts from. Make sure you follow The Hockey Podcast Network on Twitter @hockeypodnet HOST: Creator of the MoFoBo Network, ESPN 610 Contributor, Author and Play by Play Commentator for the Jersey Shore Whalers: Neil Villapiano Twitter: @thenvpshow @devilsstate @hockeypodnet Instagram: @nvpqb11 @devilsstateofmind @hockeypodnet Gambling Problem? Call 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis  counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800- GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (CO/IL/IN/LA/MD/MI/NJ/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1- 800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit  ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888- 532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in  AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select   parishes)/MD/MI/NJ/NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Void in OH/ONT.  Eligibility restrictions apply.  $200 in Free Bets: Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5  bet. Promo code req. $200 issued as free bets that expire 7 days (168  hours) after being awarded. Free bets must be wagered 1x and stake  is not included in any returns or winnings.  Stepped up Same Game Parlay: 1 Stepped Up Same Game Parlay  Token issued per eligible NFL playoff game after opt-in. Min $1 bet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Devils State of Mind Podcast
Devils State of Mind Podcast EP27 - S4: West Coast Winning FT Aiden Barett of Stick Taps

Devils State of Mind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 53:36


Welcome to the Devils State of Mind Podcast on The Hockey Podcast Network! Stay up to date in the world of hockey with The Hockey Podcast Network. Every Monday and Thursday The Hockey Podcast Network offers a unique podcast dedicated to your New Jersey Devils. Podcasts' are between 30-50 minutes & available at thehockeypodcastnetwork.com or wherever you get your podcasts from. Make sure you follow The Hockey Podcast Network on Twitter @hockeypodnet HOST: Creator of the MoFoBo Network, ESPN 610 Contributor, Author and Play by Play Commentator for the Jersey Shore Whalers: Neil Villapiano Twitter: @thenvpshow @devilsstate @hockeypodnet Instagram: @nvpqb11 @devilsstateofmind @hockeypodnet Gambling Problem? Call 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800- GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (CO/IL/IN/LA/MD/MI/NJ/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1- 800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888- 532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select   parishes)/MD/MI/NJ/NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Void in OH/ONT. Eligibility restrictions apply.  $200 in Free Bets: Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 bet. Promo code req. $200 issued as free bets that expire 7 days (168 hours) after being awarded. Free bets must be wagered 1x and stake is not included in any returns or winnings.  Stepped up Same Game Parlay: 1 Stepped Up Same Game Parlay Token issued per eligible NFL playoff game after opt-in. Min $1 bet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Sword Guy Podcast
The importance of mixer taps, with Eleanor Janega

The Sword Guy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 92:20


For transcriptions and more detailed shownotes, please go to https://swordschool.com/podcast/the-importance-of-mixer-taps-with-eleanor-janega/  To support the show, come join the Patrons at  https://www.patreon.com/theswordguy I am delighted to announce that Dr Eleanor Janega is back! She was first on the show way back in episode 16, which is one of our most popular episodes. Since her last appearance on The Sword Guy, Eleanor has published a book and been on TV. Time to catch up on what she has been working on! Just to remind you, Eleanor is a guest lecturer at LSC in the Department of International History. She has a Ph.D. in history. She has a blog called Going Medieval that you definitely should check out. She's a co-host of the We're Not So Different podcast. She has a Patreon account, at patreon.com/goingmedieval. And she's the author of The Middle Ages: A Graphic History, which came out last year and of The Once and Future Sex coming out next year. In addition to all of this, she is a presenter of the History Hit TV shows Going Medieval and Exploring the Medieval Afterlife. In this episode we talk about sexism through the ages, the death of Queen Elizabeth II, being a foreigner in Britain and what ‘Britishness' actually is, medieval ghosts, beer, and quite a few other things too.  

WBUR News
Study taps pharmacies as addiction treatment option during opioid crisis

WBUR News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 3:37


Few patients who might benefit from medications to treat an addiction to opioids receive them. Treatment programs may be inconvenient or may not have openings. One possible remedy is having pharmacists help out. A pilot program finds pharmacy-based treatment can be effective and safe.

Talk! with Audrey
EPILEPSY AWARENESS MONTH-HOW A SMART DEVICE TAPS INTO THE BRAINS ELECTRICAL SIGNALS TO TREAT EPILEPSY

Talk! with Audrey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 6:01


Widow 180 The Podcast with Jen Zwinck
157. How Life-Long Learning Is Helping This Widow Heal After Losing Her Husband - Interview With Michelle Collins

Widow 180 The Podcast with Jen Zwinck

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 60:36


On this episode we are talking to Michelle Collins, author, grief educator, yoga and meditation coach. Michelle's husband Glen took his own life in 2016. Michelle talks to us today about the aftermath of the loss and how she is rebuilding her life. Michelle and I chat about: ~ How she felt enormous guilt and shame after losing Glen ~ How she suffered from PTSD and what that felt like. ~ How she turned to alcohol and drugs to cope. ~ How a meditation retreat at the Chopra Center changed her life! ~ How she became a grief educator through a David Kessler program in 2021 ~ How she connected with TAPS and finally felt accepted and supported! Michelle has written 2 books: 1. Surviving Spouse Or Partner Suicide Loss: A Mindful Guide For Your Journey Through Grief 2. Supporting A Survivor Of Spouse Or Partner Suicide Loss: A Mindful Guide For Co-Journeying Through Grief Reach Michelle at https://www.inhabitjoy.com Grab your seat in the Finding Purpose And Meaning After Loss Program For Widows! We're starting this 4 week group coaching session on Monday January 23, 2023!  Get more details and sign up at https://www.widow180.com/purpose Email me for questions at jen@widow180.com  

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
MBA Wire Taps 270—Unorthodox pathway. GRE of 318. Ross beats other options.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 36:38


This week's show kicks off with a quick run-down of the remaining Round 2 application deadlines; on Monday and Tuesday there are a handful of schools with apps due. Graham then highlighted an important admissions tip that Clear Admit recently published, regarding whether the optional essay should be used. He then presented the Columbia Business School 2022 employment report, which led with financial services, followed by consulting; the graduating class have a huge average starting salary of $175,000. Graham then highlighted the two deferred enrolment events that Clear Admit is hosting on February 1 and February 8 with ten leading business schools. Signups are here: https://bit.ly/defer23 For candidate reviews, Graham and Alex tackle two ApplyWire entries and one DecisionWire entry: First up, Alex choses a candidate who dropped out of high school, but 13 years later is completing their undergraduate after stints in the private sector and in the army. They still need to complete the GRE or GMAT exam, but we think there is a lot to like, in terms of how they've appeared to successfully manage their unorthodox career to date. This week's second candidate also looks very promising, with one weak spot; a GRE of 318. Alex and Graham think that with the programs they are targeting, they should hear some positive news (assuming well-executed applications). Finally Alex and Graham discuss a candidate who ran the table with their R1 applications and has selected Michigan / Ross, despite having several other MBA options to consider. Some of those other options might appear to be more promising, but the nuances regarding each individual's decision making can lead to a variety of outcomes. This episode was recorded in Paris, France and Cornwall, England. It was produced and engineered by Dennis Crowley in West Philadelphia. Thanks for listening, and for telling any fellow-MBA applicants about the show. Stay safe everybody!

Tap In With the Tripod
Season 2 Premier - Ep. 27 Tripod Taps in for 2023

Tap In With the Tripod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 62:58


We're back and better than ever. Come see what's been going on, what's being left behind in 2022, and what's coming with them in 2023!

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
MBA Wire Taps 269—640 GMAT, is it too low? Very low GPA. Kellogg PT versus top 16 FT

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 39:14


Happy New Year to all of our podcast listeners!  Alex, Graham, and the entire Clear Admit team wish you all the best for 2023!  This episode begins with some discussion of this week's blitz of Round 2 application deadlines; on Wednesday and Thursday there are at least 15 deadlines for the programs Clear Admit covers! Graham then highlighted the recently published Real Humans from Northwestern / Kellogg. Your hosts then moved into a discussion of the employment reports from CMU / Tepper and USC / Marshall. Being in the same tier, their average starting salaries are very similar. What is interesting is how the two programs differ from a geographic placements perspective; Tepper sends students to all areas of the United States, whereas Marshall has a very high concentration of graduates staying on the West Coast. In terms of upcoming events, Graham highlighted the two deferred enrollment webinars that Clear Admit is hosting for current college students on February 1 and February 8. Signups are here: https://bit.ly/defer23 As always, this episode features reviews of three current MBA candidates - in this case, two ApplyWire entries and one DecisionWire entry. First up, Alex picks a candidate who has completed an electrical engineering degree in Canada, and has worked for four years, two in consulting, and two as a product manager in tech. They are of Indian heritage (despite having never lived in India) and the one real weakness is their lower GMAT of 640. Unfortunately, as things stand, Alex and Graham think this will be a problem for their target programs, despite the fact that they have taken the test four times. This week's second candidate is from India, and has a very low GPA due to health issues at the time of their education. Applying in Round 2 makes things more challenging, and while their GMAT is decent (710), it's not outstanding in terms of overcoming the lower GPA. They are being more realistic about their target programs, but the GPA may still be a significant challenge. The final candidate for this episode, taken from DecisionWire, is debating between attending Kellogg as a part-time student, or NYU / Stern, UVA / Darden, Cornell / Johnson or Michigan / Ross as a full-time student with significant scholarships. Alex and Graham discussed the merits of going full-time versus part-time as well as which of the full-time offers may make more sense. This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced and engineered in West Philadelphia by Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen and to 'stay safe everybody'! Here's to a happy and healthy 2023 for all!

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast
Fernbank gets ready to open colorful exhibit

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 16:08


Fernbank Museum will offer a vivid immersion into the science of color in the new special exhibit that will open in February. “The Nature of Color” will be on view at the museum February 11 through May 7 of 2023. A statement from museum officials said: “Our world is covered in color — it's woven so tightly into our lives that we rarely stop to question what it is and how it works. Where do colors come from? The new exhibit offers an in-depth exploration of the way color carries information in nature, including how organisms use it to find food, warn off predators and reproduce. The exhibit also delves into the use of color across cultures, where different colors can signal a wide range of meanings, impact emotions and ultimately influence the society around us. This fun and family friendly exhibit features models, cultural objects, media and interactive components that will invite visitors to play and experiment. Guests will be immersed in a kaleidoscope of imagery, interactivity and exploration and can interact with activities such as a “painting” on a floor-to-ceiling canvas using just their hands. They also can experience a colorchanging room, featuring a light lab experiment that provides the opportunity to combine colors to make white light. “The Nature of Color” also brings with it three displays that delve more into the specificities of color. ♦ “Feeling Color” allows guests to create different pigmented combinations to see how their creation affects their emotions. ♦ “Making Color” demonstrates the process of dyeing fabric and the history behind this process. ♦ “Meaning of Color” teaches guests how colors can create a shared identity and shows this through the color red and its use from cave art all the way to college sports. For those who have ever pondered the influence of hue on society — from guiding emotions and the way animals interact in nature to the history of color production — “The Nature of Color” aims to answer these explorative questions and showcase the ways that color ultimately influences every aspect of our lives, museum officials said. Another highlight of “The Nature of Color” is an installation of portraits by Brazilian photographer Angélica Dass, whose work showcases the diversity of human skin tones to challenge socially constructed racial categories and celebrate the beauty and diversity of humans around the world. Also featured is a red chiffon and organza gown by American designer Brandon Maxwell that was created specifically for the exhibit. Fernbank will celebrate the opening of The Nature of Color with a special family-friendly Discovery Day on February 11, featuring a range of activities that explore color, including a special demonstration with Fernbank's youth volunteers to creatively paint a life-sized bear model provided by Behr Paint. The Nature of Color is organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York and local presentation is made possible by Behr Paint Company, one of the largest manufacturers of paints, primers, decorative finishes, stains and surface preparation products. “The Nature of Color” is included with general admission at Fernbank and with CityPASS. For more information, go to FernbankMuseum.org. At the fourth annual Wreaths Across America ceremony held in mid-December at Lawrenceville's East Shadowlawn Memorial Gardens, 350 veterans were honored as more than 150 people participated in a ceremony that included laying a fresh balsam wreath at every gravesite and reciting aloud the names of those who served. The commemoration was hosted by the Philadelphia Winn Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, a volunteer women's community service organization who for more than 130 years has promoted historic preservation, patriotism and education. The event included ceremonial wreaths honoring each branch of the military and also honored the nearly 95,000 POW/MIA veterans who have never returned home to their families. The wreaths, complete with red bows, were made in Maine for Wreaths Across America, whose stated mission is to remember the fallen, honor those who serve and teach the next generation the value of freedom. More than 3,300 locations nationwide and abroad received veterans' wreaths for ceremonies. Among the participants in the local commemoration were the Georgia State Society, Sons of the American Revolution Color Guard and Milita, the Elisha Winn Society Children of the American Revolution, the Parkview High School Marines JROTC Cadets and women's groups and several Boy Scouts and Girl Scout troops, American Legion Auxiliary and VFW organizations. Special guests included Gwinnett County Commission Chari Nicole Hendrickson, District Three Commissioner Jasper Watkins III and Lawrenceville Mayor David Still. Colonel John Haynes, U.S. Air Force (retired), a resident of Lilburn, was the guest speaker. The National Anthem was led by the Philadelphia Winn Chapter chaplain Connie Rifkind and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by siblings Nick and Rebecca Hamrick, members of the Elish Winn Society Children of the American Revolution. The Georgia Society SAR Color Guard and Milita presented colors, performed a three-musket volley and played Taps to conclude the ceremony. For more information on the Philadelphia Winn Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, visit www.philadelphiawinn.blogspot.com. Supporting the 11Alive/Salvation Army Can-A-Thon has been an annual school-wide tradition at Greater Atlanta Christian School for the past decade. This year the GAC community again came together in the fight against food insecurity in the Gwinnett County community and beyond by collecting 22,563 non-perishables, which were delivered to the Salvation Army on Dec. 2. Students from infant to 12th grade rallied their efforts for the past month in varying ways to accomplish their goals. Different incentives and competitions all spurred the number of cans to grow. On Can-A-Thon collection day, each school level's service and leadership groups lent a hand collecting, counting, boxing, packing, and delivering food. On-site at Salvation Army, the GAC Concert Choir serenaded volunteers with spirited Christmas music while student leaders unloaded boxes and presented the donations for the 11Alive/Salvation Army Can-A-Thon. Although Santa Claus has come and gone, there's still time for plenty of “Winter Wonderland” fun to be had at Margaritaville at Lanier Islands through New Year's Day. There are several holiday packages available at Legacy Lodge, the landmark hotel at Lanier Islands, including the Winter Family Fun Package, which is available for groups of two or four. Highlights include overnight accommodations, passes for snow tubing, carnival rides, ice skating and more at Margaritaville's License to Chill Show Island, and breakfast the next morning at Sidney's. After Christmas Day, the focus at Lake Lanier Islands shifted to ringing in 2023 with a pair of New Year's Eve events and accommodation offerings. The New Year's Eve Celebration is an adults-only package featuring overnight accommodations, two tickets to a party and dinner buffet in the Legacy Lodge Ballroom, dancing to the music of Moxie, an open bar during the celebration, a champagne toast at midnight, a New Year's Day brunch for two and late check out on New Year's Day. There's also the New Year's Eve Family Fun Celebration, which includes overnight accommodations, two tickets to the party and dinner buffet in the ballroom, dancing, open bar, champagne toast at midnight and two tickets to Lanier Islands' New Year's Eve Kids Party, complete with dinner, crafts, games, a movie and more. Also included is a New Year's Day brunch for four and late check out, followed by a day for four at License to Chill Snow Island. For visitors reserving a LakeHouse or Villa room, a four-seater resort cart rental is also included. License to Chill Snow Island will be open to the public daily through January 4 and on the weekends until February 26. For more information, visit www.lanierislands.com For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com For more information be sure to visit www.bgpodcastnetwork.com   https://www.lawrencevillega.org/  https://www.foxtheatre.org/  https://guideinc.org/  https://www.psponline.com/  https://www.kiamallofga.com/  https://www.milb.com/gwinnett  https://www.fernbankmuseum.org/             See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Combat Veteran Breakdown
Ukraine Launches Another Counter Offensive? Russia Taps Out in Bakhmut! 29 DEC Ukraine Daily Update

Combat Veteran Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 10:45


Uncensored Combat Vids https://patreon.com/combatvetpaul Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CombatVetPaul/ Insta: instagram.com/combatvetpaul Discord! discord.gg/ZmhCTJmAhW

Wings Of...Inspired Business
ChatGPT for Podcasting: Serial Entrepreneur Melinda Wittstock Taps AI to Predict Top Business Trends for 2023

Wings Of...Inspired Business

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 23:45


Melinda Wittstock, 5-time serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of the interactive AI-powered podcasting app Podopolo, asks ChatGPT's generative AI to share its top 10 business trends for 2023 plus advice for female founders on how to overcome gender-based challenges in business.

Nothing Is Real - A Beatles Podcast
Nothing Is Real - Season 7 Episode 0 - Welcome To Season 7

Nothing Is Real - A Beatles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 14:04


S07E00: Welcome to Season Seven*Taps mic* Is this thing on? Hello and welcome to season seven of Nothing Is Real. Another cornucopia of Beatleness awaits - but what's the overarching theme of Season Seven… only one way to find out. Live on tape from Dublin, it's Nothing Is Real. Website: http://www.nothingisrealpod.comTwitter: @BeatlesPodFacebook Group: http://tiny.cc/NIRFBGYouTube: http://tiny.cc/NIRYT Support: http://tiny.cc/NIRsupportSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/nothing-is-real-a-beatles-podcast. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/nothing-is-real-a-beatles-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Bernie-2020
Three Taps of the Drum

Bernie-2020

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 37:54


YCBN 071 - Three Taps of the Drum Genocidal Complicity - Lafferty The Dakota 38 - Rickert and Bardwell We Remember Wounded Knee - Waln Moment of Zinn - Frank Waln - Concentration Camp Blues YouCantBeNeutral.com MovingTrainMedia.com movingtrainradio.com

Too Much Effing Perspective
Quick Taps - The TMEP Show-Offs Pick Their Favorite Spinal Tap Moments

Too Much Effing Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 19:50


Alex, Allen, and Gretchen cherry pick the best Spinal Tap Moments from the show. Hear about the time Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein from Sleater-Kinney were left a “present” in their dressing room at Red Rocks; Rhett Miller tells us how the Old 97's guitar player accidentally tripped balls during an appearance on Conan; Semisonic's Dan Wilson shares the story about when he collaborated with Carole King AT ALLEN'S HOUSE; and The Dandy Warhols' Zia McCabe meets her hero, Willie Nelson, and it changes how she interacts with fans forever. -------------------------------------------------- Get in touch with Too Much Effing Perspective Contact us: hello@tmepshow.com Website: https://tmepshow.com Social: @tmepshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The DA Show
Mile High Salute: Taps for Broncos

The DA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 44:25


HOUR 3: Did the Broncos just get a Christmas gift? Are the Titans officially done? Plus, Gregg Caserta is Stunned to a News.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
MBA Wire Taps 268—Sloan vs Haas. Haas vs Columbia and Fuqua. Stockholm tech, low GPA.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 39:14


Happy belated Christmas to those who celebrate! This week's episode kicks off with a discussion about the flood of upcoming Round 2 application deadlines, which start right after the New Year. Graham then highlighted the Real Humans stories from Manchester / Alliance and Johns Hopkins / Carey. Graham also noted a new holiday series that Clear Admit is publishing where we follow up on prior “Real Humans” with a series of holiday-related questions - a little fun, which led to Graham quizzing Alex on his Christmas traditions. We then discussed the Class of 2022 employment report from Wharton, which was in line with other leading MBA programs in terms of an outstanding median salary of $175,000 and a slight dip in terms of the numbers going into the tech sector. Graham then highlighted the deferred enrolment events that Clear Admit is hosting in February, which include the likes of Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Chicago, MIT, Columbia and more. Signups are here: https://bit.ly/defer23 Given the plethora of R1 decisions received, this week's candidate profiles include two DecisionWire entries for the first time this admissions season.  The episode also features an ApplyWire entry. First up, Alex selects a DecisionWire entry from a candidate who is deciding between Berkeley / Haas, Columbia, MIT / Sloan, and Yale SOM. They have some scholarship money from Haas, Sloan and Yale, and they want to work in tech on the west coast post-MBA. One interesting element to add to the decision is that they were an undergraduate from Haas, and wonder if that should play into their decision at all.  This week's second DecisionWire candidate is debating between Haas, Columbia (with a joint degree), and Duke /Fuqua (with scholarship). A key element influencing their decision is additional concerns related to cost of living, lifestyle, and their partner and two year old daughter. There's a case to be made for all three options... This week's final candidate is applying from Stockholm, Sweden, so we think they are in the online gaming or media industries. Alex and Graham do think there is a potential that their background profile and experience will help them standout, but your hosts worry about the combination of a lower GPA and more pedestrian(for top programs) GRE of 320. Perhaps MBA Math is worth exploring. This episode was recorded in Paris, France and Cornwall, England. It was produced and engineered by the always merry Dennis Crowley in frigid West Philadelphia. Please remember to spread the word about this show by rating, reviewing, and really telling anyone who will listen to tune in! Happy holidays to all and to all a good night...(or day).....

TODAY
TODAY 3rd Hour: Buddy Up: Reviving up for a go-kart competition. Generation Next: 11 year old billiards phenom. On The Job: Dylan taps into brewing business. The Sweetest Thing: America's oldest candy shop.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 34:11


Al Roker, Craig Melvin, Sheinelle Jones, and Dylan Dreyer buddy up and go to a local go-kart track to have a little fun outside of studio 1A. Also, Generation Next: Craig Melvin gets to talk to D'Angelo an 11 year old pool champion who goes by “Jawz.” Plus, On The Job: Dylan Dreyer gets to meet LeAnn Darland and Tara Hankinson the two founders of “Talea Beer Co.” as she gets to help with the process of making beer. And, Al Roker visits the oldest operating candy shop in America located in Philadelphia—”Shane's Confectionery” as he gets to experience the process of making a candy bar. 

Too Much Effing Perspective
Quick Taps - Bad Opportunities with Tom Cruise, Alex Chilton, Robert Plant, and Jimmy Page

Too Much Effing Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 8:14


Need a Quick Infusion of Spinal Tap Moments? Try Quick Taps - short episodes with short stories for short attention spans. On this week's QT, hear about how much fun it wasn't stalking a married woman with Big Star's Alex Chilton; what it's like auditioning to be Tim Cruise's real-life Scientology girlfriend; and why a good career move would not include getting drunk and losing your purse the night before interviewing Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant and Jimmy Page. -------------------------------------------------- Get in touch with Too Much Effing Perspective Contact us: hello@tmepshow.com Website: https://tmepshow.com Social: @tmepshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ebro in the Morning Podcast
BONUS: GloRilla On Blowing Up & F.N.F + Babyface Ray Taps In

Ebro in the Morning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 33:41


Ebro in the Morning sits down with Glorilla for a great conversation about her upbringing, self confidence, relating to men on the mic, and more! She also discusses working with Cardi B, the true story behind F.N.F., her relationship issues and even gives some advice herself with the Guru's! 'Anyway Life's Great' is available now!  Babyface Ray joins the EITM crew just to chop it up real quick.  FOUR MINUTES OF FIRE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/4-minutes-of-fire/id1652525311 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
MBA Wire Taps 266—Improved GMAT, Round 2 strategy? Interesting profile, aim high. Turnaround story, tough circumstances.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 34:44


This week's show begins with a rundown of all the activity on MBA LiveWire for the last week, which included MBA admissions decisions from Berkeley / Haas, Northwestern / Kellogg, UCLA / Anderson, and UPenn / Wharton. This upcoming week will be a little quieter with Washington / Foster and Indiana / Kelley scheduled to release their Round 1 decisions, but hopefully all of those tuning into the show who are awaiting word will receive some good news before the holidays!  After the opening segment, Graham highlighted the Real Humans pieces from Dartmouth / Tuck and Minnesota / Carlson, while also running down the latest employment report for Chicago / Booth. The average starting salary of $175,000 is very impressive (up over $20K from last year!). Like many peers, Booth also experienced a slight downturn in tech sector hirings, with a small upswing in placement for financial services. As usual, this WireTaps episode tackles profile reviews for three MBA applicants who shared their details on ApplyWire: First up is a candidate who is on the Dartmouth / Tuck waitlist from Round 1, and is also waiting for their decision from Northwestern / Kellogg (they will know this decision when the podcast airs). They have improved their GMAT score from 710 to 730 since they originally applied in Round 1, and Alex and Graham think this improvement will make a difference. They are preparing their Round 2 strategy and had questions about how to proceed in light of the new score and waitlist situation. This week's second candidate has an interesting background in retail and food. They are targeting next season, and we think they should be aiming high, especially in the first round. Their numbers (740/3.65) are pretty fantastic, as is a potential narrative that weaves together their background on a farm, experience to date, and professional aspirations. This week's final candidate has been through a life experience that's almost unimaginable. Since then, they have spent several years in the US Army, and appear to have done very well. That said, Alex and Graham worry about their numbers (312/2.7) and provide some guidance in terms of what they need to do to optimize for Round 2, or even think about Round 1 next season. This episode was recorded in Cornwall and London, England. It was produced and engineered by Dennis Crowley in West Philadelphia, PA, USA. Thanks for tuning in, and please remember to spread the word about the Clear Admit MBA Admissions podcast, or at least buy a t-shirt!

Golan-Globus Theater
Tippy-Taps 50: Murder She Wrote (W/ Jack Badelaire and acjaggard)

Golan-Globus Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 105:58


Part two of the Magnum meets Murder She Wrote crossover! Make sure to check out Jack and his books here! postmodernpulp.com / @jbadelaire @jack-badelaire @acjaggard

Building Bellingham
Chay Tan - Coconut Kenny's & Downtime Taps

Building Bellingham

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 46:07


Brothers Chay Tan and Lee Tan purchased Coconut Kenny's back in 2004. Chay tells the stories of the early days - purchasing on an owner contract, slinging real estate to pay the bills, and stretching every marketing dollar. Now, the family-owned chain has 7 stores in 3 counties and has opened up co-ownership opportunities to their employees and managers. In 2018, Chay partnered with a former employee to create Downtime Taps, which was the first self-serve tap room in Washington State. In this episode, Chay talks about the rule of 7, not taking a paycheck from the business for years, and the reward of developing leaders within his business. So pour a glass of whiskey or crack open a local beer, kick off your shoes, fire up those Airpods and take in Episode 4 of Season 4. Follow the show at: https://www.instagram.com/building.bellingham/

Will & Jace: A Frasier Podcast
Episode 137 (S6e18): Taps at the Montana

Will & Jace: A Frasier Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 31:24


In this episode, we discuss Niles moving back into his old home at The Montana.  Also, Will connects with Brian the Frasier fixit man, and Jace has some Roz questions...

Tastemasters
Ep. 154: The Rolling Taps with Dyllan

Tastemasters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 69:56


On this Episode, we sit down with the owner of The Rolling Taps, Dyllan Guthrie. With her husband Tyson, they have refashioned an Italian Piaggio scooter/bike/cart into a mobile bar! With tap handles, a wine fridge, an ice well, and a special Lindr cooling & dispensing machine that keeps beverages cold without any ice. Truly … Continue reading "Ep. 154: The Rolling Taps with Dyllan" The post Ep. 154: The Rolling Taps with Dyllan appeared first on Tastemasters.

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk
THE HASH: Former Alameda CEO Reportedly Taps Ex-SEC Crypto Regulator as Lawyer; Cathie Wood's Ark Buys More COIN

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 26:23


This episode is sponsored by Bitstamp and the Galaxy Brains Podcast.The most valuable crypto stories for Monday, Dec. 12, 2022."The Hash" hosts discuss a report from Bloomberg that former Alameda CEO Caroline Ellison recently hired Stephanie Avakian and law firm WilmerHale. Avakian is a former enforcement division chief at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) who worked on several high-profile cases against figures like Elizabeth Holmes and Elon Musk. Plus, Cathie Wood's Ark Investment Management said in an email it bought 78,982 shares in cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase (COIN), its first investment in the crypto exchange in a month.See also:10 Questions for FTX CEO John J. Ray III From a Securities LawyerSEC Strikes Back in Grayscale Suit Over GBTC ETF ConversionArk Invest Adds Coinbase Stock as Crypto Exchange's Price SlidesFirst Mover Americas: Cathie Wood's Ark Buys More COIN; Do Kwon is in Serbia-This episode has been edited by Michele Musso. Our executive producer is Jared Schwartz. Our theme song is “Neon Beach.”-Bitstamp is the longest-running crypto exchange and was recently rated #1 in the world by CryptoCompare. Regulation, transparency, and security are pillars that ensure customers' funds are safe; it's the Bitstamp way. Learn more about how your crypto is always yours at bitstamp.net.-Galaxy Brains: Whether it's breaking down market volatility or analyzing the latest development, come for the latest market insights from our in-house trading professionals and renowned experts from across the industry. Stay for the occasional rap from host Alex Thorn. Check out the latest episodes here: https://www.galaxy.com/research/podcasts/galaxy-brains/?utm_source=Hash&utm_medium=podcast&utm_id=CoinDeskSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
MBA Wire Taps 265—Army officer for 10 years. Super profile, aim higher. Communications, retaking GRE

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 35:57


As is customary for this time of year, this week's podcast kicks off with a rundown of the recent and forthcoming activity on MBA LiveWire; we are in the middle of decision weeks for Round 1, so lots of Round 1 decisions are being released and reported!  Graham highlighted the Real Humans pieces from Washington / Foster and Texas / McCombs; this led to a discussion on the impact of the downturn in the tech sector. Graham also highlighted the employment report for Yale SOM. Yale appears to be following a trend we are exploring, higher portions of their class going into consulting, as the tech sector drops a little. As usual, this episode features in depth candidate profile reviews, taken from three recent ApplyWire entries: First up, Alex and Graham look at an army officer who is applying for next season, with 10 years of service experience. He still needs to complete the GRE, and is considering doing an internship to enable the transition to the MBA. While there is generally a lot to like with this profile, your hosts did discuss the impact of the longer-than-average experience. Our second candidate this week appears to have an outstanding profile in terms of work experience, additional activities, the GMAT, and more. In light of this, Alex and Graham are encouraging them to target the very best programs, some of which are missing from their target list. This week's final candidate has 10 years of experience in the area of communications and is seeking a transition into media and entertainment. While the nature of their work experience is really interesting, the one aspect Alex and Graham are concerned with is the quantitative score on their GRE, and the potential absence of quantitative skills more broadly. This candidate plans to retake the GRE in the coming days, ahead of the Round 2 deadlines... This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced and engineered in West Philadelphia by Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen and to 'stay safe everybody'!

For The B-oo's
Ghost Hunters revisited - (the split)

For The B-oo's

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 71:39


Here we go again B-oo's Crew! Last year we talked about Ghost Hunters and thought we covered it all. We decided to revisit the topic and focus on the split that happened at that height of their popularity! From rumors of inside feuds, infidelity, faking evidence and much more, we discuss what happened and how it affected the group, and then, the different iterations that would follow (there where a few). So strap in B-oo's Crew and get ready, you may just finally hear the truth about why the group split up for the first time ever!!Do you have a story you'd like read or played on the show? Are you part of an investigation team that would like to come on and tell your story and experiences? Maybe you have a show suggestion! Email us at fortheboos12@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter @fortheboosAnd on Instagram @forthboos-podcastYou can also find us on Facebook at For The BoosAnd on YouTube at For The BoosRemember to Follow, Subscribe, and Rate the show...it really does help!For The B-oo's uses strong language and may not be suitable for all audiences, listener discretion is advised!https://linktr.ee/fortheboosAll music and sound effects courtesy of www.pixabay.com and freesound.org

Golan-Globus Theater
Tippy-Taps 50: Magnum PI (W/ Jack Badelaire and acjaggard)

Golan-Globus Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 116:08


Part one of a two part crossover super episode! Catch the conclusion next week! Make sure to check out Jack and his books here! postmodernpulp.com / @jbadelaire @jack-badelaire

The Fourcast Media Podcast Network
Throw Up Tackle - Coach Prime Taps The Rockies

The Fourcast Media Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 45:39 Transcription Available


On this week's edition of Throw Up Tackle, the guys discuss Coach Prime, Deion Sanders leaving Jackson State for Colorado, the College Football Playoff field is set, the Heisman Trophy will be given out Saturday night, EVERYONE is entering the transfer portal and more.

S.O.S. (Stories of Service) - Ordinary people who do extraordinary work
Army vet & mental health advocate| Major (Ret.) Annette Whittenberger - S.O.S. Podcast #64

S.O.S. (Stories of Service) - Ordinary people who do extraordinary work

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 50:39


I have been talking a lot about mental health this week and erasing the stigma in seeking care, so could not think of a better time to bring Annette on the show. Her work has inspired countless others to seek care, and she is now using her trauma-focused healing to make a difference within the music industry. Join us as we discuss her military journey, mental health, and her next chapter as a musician using music to help heal.     Annette Whittenberger is a military spouse of 24 years, mother to a daughter, 22 yrs old, and a son, 19 yrs old. She is a retired combat veteran who served in the Army for seventeen years and four months as a Chemical officer, including a deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan. She retired in November 2016 and became an accidental entrepreneur and uses her voice to share her story about real life after the Army and living with mental illness. Since her retirement, she has focused on her business, podcast, speaking, mentoring, volunteering, and her first book (The Wall Between Two Lives). Her blog A Wild Ride Called Life ®, LLC. incorporates stories from her post-military life in which she shares her life as a mom and military spouse living with PTSD, anxiety, and depression. Along with writing, she has created a safe space in which she hosts a Podcast titled “The Truths We Hide.” Not only does she share her story, but she also has guests who share theirs by offering advice to others to help them know that they are not alone and to provide hope.   Annette has a heart for volunteering and does so by being a mentor for veterans on Veterati and for military spouses on E-mentor and AMPLIFY and Nasdaq Mentor Circle Makers. She has also been involved as a mentor for TAPS, the Tragedy Assistance Program for children survivors, Association for Military Spouse Entrepreneurs, and the Women Veterans Network, She is also known as Ann Whitt, Independent Music Artist. She is a current graduate from the Musicians Institute out of Hollywood, CA as an Independent Artist. She is a songwriter who has been using her mental health journey to create songs that relate to so many of us. She wants to create music by using our words, thoughts, feelings, and everything in between to show that we can come out of the darkness and make something beautiful. Annette is passionate about sharing our stories through various forms of creativity and music is the next step on her journey.                          Find Annette: www.awildridecalledlife.comVisit my website: https://thehello.llc/THERESACARPENTERRead my writings on my blog: https://www.theresatapestries.com/Listen to other episodes on my podcast: https://storiesofservice.buzzsprout.com

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
MBA Wire Taps 264—Booth said no, now what? South African for next season. 720 GMAT, increased to 760

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 37:13


This week's show kicks off with a discussion of the fact that 12 leading MBA programs are releasing their Round 1 decisions in the coming days, including Harvard and Stanford on Thursday. Graham then highlighted the Real Humans piece for MIT / Sloan, and shared numbers from the recently published employment report for Dartmouth / Tuck. Alex underlined the huge median starting salary of $175k, which was likely nudged upwards by a disproportionate number of students going into consulting (47%).  Graham was recording this episode from sunny Barcelona, while attending the European GMAC conference on the campus of IESE. As usual, our show features three candidate profile reviews, selected from ApplyWire: The first candidate comes from India and has outstanding numbers, as well as what appears to be very strong work experience. They applied in Round 1 to Chicago / Booth, and were not invited to interview. This appears to be a puzzling decision, and it makes it difficult to develop an appropriate Round 2 strategy. Alex and Graham speculated on some of the reasons why Booth may not have invited them for the interview and offered suggestions for a path forward. This week's second candidate is from South Africa and is targeting next season. They also have good numbers, and what looks like decent work experience and outside activities. Alex and Graham like that they are planning ahead, and think they should be targeting M7 in Round 1 next season. This week's final profile review is for a Latin American real estate developer and architect that had a 720 GMAT and retook it and earned a 760. Alex and Graham thought the 720 would have been good enough, based on the rest of the file, so this new development means the candidate will land with very good options. This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Barcelona, Spain. It was produced and engineered in West Philadelphia by Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen and to 'stay safe everybody'!

Too Much Effing Perspective
Quick Taps - Sex Parties, Sex Shoots, and Sex Workers

Too Much Effing Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 6:42


Need a Quick Infusion of Spinal Tap Moments? Try Quick Taps - short stories in short episode for short attention spans. On this week's QT, hear about how surprised an LA singer was when she found out she was gigging at an orgy; how mortified a male supermodel was when he realized the famous fashion photographer who was taking nudes photos of him didn't have film in his camera; and how shocked a rising recording artist was when she realized she was the only woman at a hotel who was actually there to sleep. -------------------------------------------------- Get in touch with Too Much Effing Perspective Contact us: hello@tmepshow.com Website: https://tmepshow.com Social: @tmepshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
MBA Wire Taps 263—Accounting entrepreneur. Online degree, enlisted candidate. MBB-sponsored, is GMAT good enough?

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 38:29


This week's episode kicks off with an update on admissions decisions and all the latest MBA LiveWire activity.  This includes Round 1 admits being released early for London Business School. Alex and Graham then moved into a quick conversation about top law schools leaving the U.S. News rankings, and whether that will happen with the MBA rankings; your hosts are not convinced. Graham highlighted the Real Humans pieces recently published for IESE and for Georgetown McDonough, and then ran down the latest employment reports for MIT / Sloan and McDonough. Alex points out that there were no real surprises in the numbers, with both schools reporting strong average salaries. As usual, Alex chose three candidates for profile reviews, taken from recent ApplyWire entries: First up, Alex selected an entrepreneur who set up and is running an online accounting business, which looks to be doing very well. Their numbers are solid, and they have a masters degree, but Alex and Graham are a little concerned as to whether or not their 10 years of experience raises fit issues with the programs they are targeting. With that said, your hosts move into a discussion as to how this candidate might mitigate some of those concerns. This week's second candidate is enlisted in the navy, and has completed an online undergraduate degree. Alex discussed the implications of that; their GPA is at 3.9, and it's been an interesting, less traditional pathway to the MBA for sure. The GRE of 324 is decent, and they are targeting next season - which is a good thing, since your hosts would like to hear more about this candidate's post MBA goals, specifically in the longer term. This week's final candidate works at an MBB consulting firm and is being sponsored for their MBA. They are from Canada, and it looks like the only real concern is the slightly lower GMAT of 690. They have taken the test three times, should they try for a fourth, or should they widen their target school list? This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced and engineered in always sunny Philadelphia by the amazing Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen and to 'stay safe everybody'!

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DJ Kennedy Taps In!

The Truck Bryant Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 13:17


No you're not seeing things - Truck Bryant is back! And DJ Kennedy is here with him! You may know him from his international basketball career, or even against Best Virginia in The Basketball Tournament. Check out our latest episode now, as DJ chats the unmatched and on fire Truck!

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Dream Rare Podcast by An0maly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 49:31


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