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In the opening hour, Stokley and Zach give an update on Jerry Jeudy after Zach broke the news on him on yesterday's show. The Broncos schedule is officially out, Russell Wilson returns to Seattle in week one, what will his reception be? The Broncos will be back in primetime for the upcoming season, which primetime game are the guys most looking forward to? The NFL will be taking over two major holidays this year, which slate is better? Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
VeganEvan is a passionate and talented young animal advocate committed to creating a healthy, compassionate, and regenerative world. He is the Youth Ambassador for APlantBasedDiet.org and a spokesperson for the Solutionary Species movement. Evan is also an ambassador for the global organization, Million Dollar Vegan. He is the World's Youngest Certified Vegan Lifestyle Coach & Educator. VeganEvan has spoken in front of large audiences at several major events throughout the country including the What the Health-Cowspiracy Conference, Central Florida Earth Day, the Animal Liberation Conference, Tampa Bay VegFest, the National Animal Rights Conference, Asheville Vegan Fest, VegFest Oahu and so many more!!VeganEvan is a voice for the animals everywhere he goes! He enjoys leafleting, protesting, doing marches, rescuing Animals, Helping with cooking demos, doing disruptions, and making videos and rap songs! Evan also participates in TV Demonstrations and Vigils wherever he travels. Most of all, he loves visiting all of his rescued friends at the sanctuaries where they are happy, safe, and free from harm.Shannon's journey toward animal liberation really got going on Thanksgiving Day, 1996, when she was just 9 years old. After she saw footage showing what happens to animals in order for them to end up on our plates, she never ate another animal again and immediately became an activist, stickering packages and holding demos outside of supermarkets. After about 2 decades of eating a vegetarian diet, Shannon was made aware of the atrocities occurring in the dairy industry — she had never heard this information before. She also watched Cowspiracy on Netflix and then made the decision to transition to a Vegan Lifestyle overnight. Shannon is fighting for the animals and for Evan's future. Since 2017, Shannon and her family have made it their mission to advocate, educate, and activate — they travel all over doing outreach & actions for the animals. Shannon is the president of the nonprofit Solutionary Species and one of the Cofounders of Animal Activism Mentorship. Shannon is a Campaign Manager for Million Dollar Vegan, Director of Parenting & Activism for APlantBasedDiet.org, and also a Certified Vegan Lifestyle Coach & Educator!---This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp: Get 10% off the first month of online therapy at https://betterhelp.com/carlyThis episode is sponsored by Terraseed: Get 50% off your first month of vegan vitamins at: https://lddy.no/11h0lThis episode is supported by SheThinx: Get a discount on your next order of period underwear at: Shethinx.com/carlypuch---Thanks for listening to another episode. Follow, review and share to help Consciously Clueless grow! Support Carly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/consciouslycarlyConnect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/consciously.carly/Connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/consciously.carly.blogConnect on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/carlyjean5/Explore the Website: https://www.consciouslycarly.com/Music by Matthew Baxley
On this episode of the Post Podcast, Hays Chamber president and CEO Sarah Wasinger, along with vice president of marketing and communication Mariah Leglighter, share information about the search for the Chamber's next administrative assistant. Transcript: EDITORS NOTE: Transcripts are provided by an automated service and are not verified for accuracy. James Bell The Hays chamber is on the hunt for their next administrative assistant from the chamber president and CEO Sarah Wasinger along with Vice President of Marketing and Communications Mariah Legleiter stops by to talk to us about that and more on this episode of the Post Podcast. Sarah Wasinger Our dear friend Marlis Fletcher, she's our current administrative assistant is taking a position at a chamber member location. So we are actually in the process of looking for a new administrative assistant. James Bell Okay, well, I mean, okay, well, this is great. She's amazing. And it says over here, and you guys, there's no replacing her? Sarah Wasinger Well, you know, they say everyone's replaceable, she just holds a very special place in our heart. She's literally the glue of our office. And she's that first point of contact when people come visit us at the chamber. So definitely will be difficult to replace her. But we feel like we have a pretty fun team. I mean, I'll say that I brought Mariah so she could actually validate if James Bell you're the boss to say like, yeah, we have a great time at work. Everybody loves me. Sarah Wasinger I can I paid Mariah extra, she'll say nice things. Mariah Legleiter It has been, it has been fantastic. Um, the last, what, five months, six months has been just, it's gone by incredibly fast. I've learned so many new things. And I've just gotten to dip my toes in a lot of different aspects of the community. And I've gotten to talk to a lot of different people and learn new things. And it's just been really fantastic. And, you know, working with Sarah, and working with Rhonda and working with Marlise has just been fantastic, too. I mean, they're fun. I don't think I've had a day that I haven't laughed, probably for half the day. I mean, it's it. Yeah, it's a great environment. And it has been fantastic. James Bell Very cool. You know, and I got to imagine much like kind of my job here. It's one of those positions that it changes everyday, it's a little different. Sarah Wasinger Yes. If you don't like what you're doing just sneeze and you'll be doing something different. Yes. That's for sure. Yeah, Mariah Legleiter I would like to say it changes by the day, but sometimes it's by the minute. Sarah Wasinger Wow. But we get to work with a lot of wonderful people, I think the biggest thing that I wanted to communicate about this position is we are in a very special place in our community that we get to impact a lot of different things by the work that we do. And so it's not just how you get paid by the benefits. But I think internally, the paycheck that you get to sign right at the end of the day for doing things like addressing child care, helping get the school bond passed, all those different things, the work that we get to do on a daily basis, supporting our local businesses, advocating on their behalf, really desperately your bucket. James Bell So yeah, and I think you know, especially for young folks, when I say young, I'm thinking younger than us, we're Sarah, we're about same age, Mariah is clearly younger than Sarah Wasinger obviously, she has less wrinkles. James Bell But for younger folks, it's a lot of it's about that it's about the difference you can make in the community paychecks are great, and everybody you know, at the end of the day, has to make money to live. But you know that that sense of belonging that the ability to make a difference is tremendous. Sarah Wasinger Absolutely. So I just wanted to kind of point that out. Um, you know, we did talk about Marlis being the glue for our team. And that's very much true, I'm just kind of wanted to give a glimpse as to what maybe the average day looks like. So obviously, you're the first point of contact when coming into the office. Um, she Marlise currently does a wonderful job answering the phones. So this person would help be that first point of contact, we have chamber checks, of course, and this position would kind of manage that program, and assist in doing the bulk of processing those orders for folks, when they come in. We do have a software called chamber master. It's kind of our database that we use to track our Chamber members, excuse me, I've got a frog in my throat this morning, that they would be taught how to utilize that system to kind of keep track of different events and things of that nature. Obviously, we're very event driven at the Chamber, because about 45% of our total budget comes from the income that we earn from those events. So they would definitely help us assist and organize and coordinate those things that we have going on. Whether it be an appreciation and appreciation the banquet, so and then of course our regular events that we have to like chamber chats, ribbon cutting and some membership lunches, they'll help get those things on the calendar for us and make sure that we're not overlooking any important details. Mariah Legleiter Yeah, we, um, you know, working working at the Chamber has been really fun. And being able to work with Marla. She's been really organized and really great. And I feel like that's also something that that's really important to this role is just being really organized and being able to keep us kind of organized and help With our calendars and just kind of do those, those things for us and keep us on our toes as well, Sarah Wasinger yeah, someone who's an effective communicator and fearful of a fast paced work environment would definitely probably thrive in this position. So, James Bell and correct me if I'm wrong, too. But we have we, as I've watched the you fill positions like Moriah, here over the last few years, the job is kind of also tailored to the individual, right? Because it's a small team, there's only the four of you folks down there. So it kind of builds around that skill set that they might bring in, right? Sarah Wasinger Absolutely, we definitely want to make sure that people are fulfilling their purpose. I'm at the chamber. So we had this defined set of job descriptions. But if there's a passion that someone brings to the table that maybe we haven't considered or done before, and they're going to be a part of that team, they're going to be given the opportunity to give feedback to help really guide and mold the purpose of our direction going forward. Okay, cool. James Bell Well, we got to probably talk about some of the specifics here, because it is pretty, some pretty good list of benefits that come with this job. Sarah Wasinger Absolutely. So some of my favorite things are, you know, we pay full coverage for a single person's insurance. So that definitely is a strong benefit right now, because the cost of health care is significant. And we also have the 3% retirement contribution match. And one of my favorite things is a flexible work schedule. Mariah, you're a young mama, do you want to talk a little bit about that. Mariah Legleiter So we actually open at 730 Every morning, but I can't drop off my kid at school until 730. So they've been really, really great about working around that schedule. I'm able to drop Olivia off and then go straight to work. And I mean, it's been seamless, like it's just worked out really, really well. And yeah, we, anytime Olivia Has anything at school, or if there's something in the community that we need to go do, as long as you know, we're communicating with each other. And that comes back to that good communication. As long as we're doing that, then we make it work. And it's very flexible. It's been really fun. Sarah Wasinger Work life balance is a very important thing that I always want to provide for my team. Because I feel that the more that you can take advantage of enjoying your family, the better position that you are to be effective at work. So that's definitely something that we've tried to champion over the past couple of years. Another thing that is wonderful too, speaking of family time is our paid holidays off. We have New Year's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, the day after Thanksgiving. So if you want to shop local, you can do. And then hint hint, wink wink there. And then also Christmas Eve New Year's Day, we actually get that full kind of week and a half off, and from our chamber board of directors. So we also accrue sick leave on a regular basis. And after six months of consecutive employment, you earn one week of paid time off. And after one year, you get two weeks of paid time off. And then of course every year after that, I think five years you get to move up. But that's definitely something wonderful just so you can have that work life balance. Like I said, it's really nice to be able to enjoy the time away with your family, and then be refreshed and come back ready to work. Mariah Legleiter And I know that you know, talking about the week off, um, that was super, super helpful for us. Because then you only had to find one week while the kids are out of school for Christmas break. You only had to find one week of childcare versus two weeks of childcare or we can you know, two and a half weeks. And it just made everything run so much smoother. Oh, I bet yeah. James Bell One thing we hear it's Oh, Sarah Wasinger yeah, we're working on an issue. The biggest thing I would take away though, too, that surprised me I think the most about this job is really the friendships that you make, and the connections that you make that are truly lasting. And I've met some of the most wonderful people that I've ever met in my entire life just by working at the chamber. And so getting to work side by side with people who are like minded and want to make a difference in our community has been so empowering and just a blessing really, James Bell very cool. Now, before we run out of time, we should probably tell people, you know, if they're interested how they can apply for the position. Sarah Wasinger Absolutely. Thank you for nice segue there, James. So they can call the chamber office that 785-628-8201 If they want to ask specific questions, we would request that folks who are interested that they email, Hey, CeCe at Hayes chamber.com with a resume and a cover letter. And then we're asking for at least three references, not reference letters, we would be happy to call and get the references from those folks over the phone. But yeah, the information can be found on our chamber website at Hayes chamber.com/news-announcements. Very James Bell cool. And while you're there, check out all the events you guys got going on this week because you do have a lot going on, right? Mariah Legleiter Oh, yeah, we do. So tomorrow, April 27. At 4:30pm There's an H yp MDC meeting at defiance the downtown location on Thursday, April 28 at noon, the is going to be a ribbon cutting for the Kiwanis Club at the Welcome Center. If you RSVP to Sarah at Hayes chamber.com There is going to be a lunch served for that one, but we need a headcount to let everybody know or to know how much food to make. Also on Thursday at 5:30pm, the H yp is having an X yp event at Siena's massage, education and retail at 106 West wealth. Alyssa Owens is going to be talking about self care. Friday, April 29. At 9am. There's going to be a chamber chat for the TMP Marian ace auction at 1701 hole Street, Sarah Wasinger and that is one of their biggest fundraisers for the year and talking about the importance of quality schools and the facilities that we have a wonderful opportunity to support them and all the good work that they do to educate our area's children. Absolutely. Mariah Legleiter Yeah. And after the chamber chat on Friday, April 29. Well, during the chamber chat at 930 will have the Dale Carnegie self awareness, insights on personal leadership and workshop at the Rose Garden banquet hall and catering 2350 East eighth and Friday, April 29. At noon, we will have our monthly membership luncheon at the Rose Garden banquet hall and catering at 2350 East eighth. Sarah Wasinger And one final plug tomorrow is administrative professional state. So if you have an administrative professional like our Marlis Marlis if you're listening we love you and thank you. Please make sure that you thank them for everything that they do to support your organization your business
Amby Burfoot won the 1968 Boston Marathon, was a long time editor for Runners World Magazine, and has authored several running books but his proudest running accomplishment is that he has run the same Thanksgiving Day 5 mile road race 59 years in a row. To Amby, it's about sticking with the things we have pursued. He values persistence and fortitude, and believes being a champion is more about feats of endurance than breaking the tape. HE may not know what he wants to be when he grows up, but I think it's pretty clear to the rest of us that his fate is sealed as THE icon for longevity in running. Resources: https://www.fastrunning.com/opinion/easy-reads/the-strange-and-wonderful-world-of-race-prizes/20303 https://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2021/12/03/burfoot-68-runs-59th-consecutive-manchester-road-race/
It was the case the country was riveted by in 2016 when mother and wife Sherri Papini disappeared. She turned up weeks later on Thanksgiving Day of 2016 claiming she had been held by two women in chains and branded after she was kidnapped. Now 6 years later the FBI says she lied about the whole thing. She has denied that until last week when she signed a plea deal admitting he made it up. Today she will appear remotely in federal court to officially enter her guilty plea and admit it was a lie. She won't learn her sentence until this Summer. She could get a max of 20 years in prison.
It's been a fairly eventful news week in the Formula 1 world with the announcement of a Grand Prix in Las Vegas starting Thanksgiving Day weekend in 2023. There have been lots of other big news stories including the latest on the VW Group possibly spending up to $1 billion to enter both Audi and Porsche in F1 in 2026, and Mick Schumacher's crash at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix last weekend may cost Haas up to $1 million to repair. All this and more on the podcast that is always up to speed with Formula 1! Contact & Feedback: Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you enjoy podcasts Website: http://www.scuderiaf1pod.com Email: email@example.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ScuderiaF1Podcast Twitter: @ScuderiaF1Pod Facebook: Scuderia F1 Podcast To advertise on this show, please visit https://www.advertisecast.com/ScuderiaF1 or email Overtime@AdvertiseCast.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
McConnell Center Director Dr. Gary Gregg is joined by Melanie Kirkpatrick, a writer-journalist and a senior fellow with the Hudson Institute, to discuss her latest book, Lady Editor: Sarah Josepha Hale and the Making of the Modern American Woman. The two explore Hale's influence on America, her role as an editor of women's magazines, her writing of "Mary Had a Little Lamb," and her effort to create a national Thanksgiving Day. Important Links https://www.melaniekirkpatrick.com/ Melanie Kirkpatrick, Lady Editor: Sarah Josepha Hale and the Making of the Modern American Woman Melanie Kirkpatrick, Escape from North Korea: The Untold Story of Asia's Underground Railroad Melanie Kirkpatrick, Thanksgiving: The Holiday at the Heart of the American Experience Abraham Lincoln's 1863 Thanksgiving Proclamation Sara Josepha Hale was born in 1788 and was 49 years old when Henry Adams was born in 1838. Adams was 41 years old when Hale died in 1879. Stay Connected Visit us at McConnellcenter.org Subscribe to our newsletter Facebook: @mcconnellcenter Instagram: @ulmcenter Twitter: @ULmCenter This podcast is a production of the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville. Views expressed in this show are those of the participants and not necessarily those of the McConnell Center.
In November of 2016, wife and mother Sherri Papini was reported missing by her husband. For 22 days her family, friends, and law enforcement looked for her. Thanksgiving Day she was finally located about 150 miles south of her home and place of disappearance. She told authorities that she had been kidnapped, tortured, and held captive by two Hispanic women. A few years later, authorities were finally able to get a familial DNA match on DNA that had been found on her clothing. An arrest was made in this case March 3, 2022. Listen in to find out who and what and why!Sources for this episode:People - The Piece of Evidence That Broke Open the Sherri Papini CaseTrending News Buzz - Sherri Papini Husband: Things You Need to Know!Wikipedia - Mountain Gate, CaliforniaAffidavit in Support of Criminal Complaint and Arrest WarrantSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/crimewithmycoffee)
Tuesday, March 8, 2022: Learn what a US ban on Russian oil imports means here at home and abroad, who was taken into custody for two Thanksgiving Day murders, how Ohio stacks up with COVID vaccinations, Playhouse Square‘s new mask policy, how Ohio's Shanae Ankney was confronted on The Bachelor's Women Tell All special last night, how Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield returned to social media, and more on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney. Need a break from bad news? Watch It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLxhCgxLQpo Like this show? Check out the 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney podcast: http://wkyc.com/3thingstoknow Connect with Stephanie here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: What does a US ban on Russian oil mean for gas prices? https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/ukraine/what-us-russian-oil-ban-means/507-1ea173a6-1a26-47e5-810c-851513a310a3 Man wanted in Cleveland for Thanksgiving double murder captured in Lorain https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/crime/cleveland-thanksgiving-double-murder-suspect-daniel-joseph-glenn-arrested-lorain/95-1ea84a81-9bd4-4aad-8b42-43948d4a4e64 COVID vaccination hits record lull in Ohio; less than 2 in 3 are vaccinated https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/covid-vaccination-hits-record-lull-ohio-less-than-2-in-3-vaccinated/95-0d764aed-0321-4841-bdfd-14fbb0faef96 COVID-19 in Ohio: State reports 799 new cases in the past 24 hours https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/coronavirus-numbers/coronavirus-ohio-updates/95-e2faeb56-d02a-443a-bcdb-141f2c7fafe8 'We ask that all audience members be respectful of one another's choices' | Masks now optional at Playhouse Square https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/masks-playhouse-square/95-53f00a8c-a670-4f8d-9e9f-c39cbbc66851 'It was the worst thing I could've done': The Bachelor Clayton Echard confronts Shanae Ankney on the Women Tell All special https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/entertainment-news/bachelor-clayton-echard-confronts-shanae-ankney-on-the-women-tell-all-special-worst-thing-he-could-have-done/95-97a8360e-51ba-4b14-9a11-2ed39ee08f70 Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield breaks his social media silence https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/baker-mayfield-breaks-social-media-silence-browns/95-0bdbefc1-fc5d-41ed-bc95-dd761835e138 Phantom Fireworks to open new showroom in Montrose https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/summit-county/phantom-fireworks-showroom-montrose/95-e936d5a1-0750-4137-9b90-071683d9e5dd ‘Change of scenery this year': Cleveland Marathon announces 2022 race courses https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cleveland/cleveland-marathon-race-course-maps-2022-event/95-20bd0e47-042f-4ec6-8be2-94bb7f78c645 Cleveland bar selling 'Cold Beer Here' beer in honor of popular Progressive Field vendor https://www.wkyc.com/article/features/cleveland-bar-selling-cold-beer-here-popular-progressive-field-vendor-amid-mlb-lockout/95-f89c5e44-6473-4be0-8567-00f7d1741168
En tiempos difíciles donde las noticias no son las mejores y escuchamos constantemente sobre conflictos, debemos hacer un alto en nuestros pensamientos y procurar encontrar nuestra paz interior. ¿Qué te genera paz? ¿Cuáles son esos momentos en los que te sientes más feliz?¡Seguimos dando amor en el mes de cupido, por eso escucha ya el Podcast del Show de Raúl Brindis!
Hay muchas personas que practican algún deporte o ejercicio y se sienten de maravilla. Por el contrario hay otras personas que son muy sedentarias y no conocen lo saludable que es realizar una actividad física. ¡Muévete, práctica algún deporte y te sentirás con más vitalidad!¡Qué mejor que hacer deporte con un Podcast y si es el del Show de Raul Brindis más divertido!
‘El Rolis' Contreras no dudo en mencionar a aquellos artistas que se enojan si no muestran su “mejor ángulo” en los medios. Desde Paulina Rubio hasta Ricky Martín, acá te contamos quiénes son esas estrellas que mejor cuidan su imagen. ¡Continua divirtiéndote con el Bonuscast del Podcast del Show de Raul Brindis!
Hoy es el Día de los Presidentes y platicamos de esos aciertos y errores que tienen los políticos en este importante cargo. Si tuvieras la oportunidad de ser presidente ¿Qué propondrías?¡Seguimos dando amor en el mes de cupido, por eso escucha ya el Podcast del Show de Raúl Brindis!
Cuando una pareja se entrega completamente y muestra confianza de corazón no es necesario que esté siempre unida, pues su amor supera la distancia y las pruebas que se le presente. ¡Nuestra bella reflexión para comenzar la semana con tenis!¡Continua divirtiéndote con el Bonuscast del Podcast del Show de Raul Brindis!
A case that truly captures the effects of untreated mental illness. We are going back to Michigan with this one. On Thanksgiving Day of 1987 Bartley James Dobben made a quick stop at the Cannon of Muskegon Foundry, the place he had worked most of his life. He wanted to show his children the inside of the building, and grab his Bible before heading to family dinner. When Bartley left the foundry just minutes later; life would be completely turned upside down. What happened in just the blink of an eye would never be forgotten by the town of Muskegon. Music By: Jonas Bjornstand Cover Art By: Charnell Sources: https://www.chillingcrimes.com/blogs/news/susan-dobben https://youtu.be/tmI87aKFdHU https://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/2017/11/look_back_thanksgiving_foundry.html https://apnews.com/article/2c20869c81b7f11c73da4e0d7f95cdfa https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1987-12-20-mn-29964-story.html%3f_amp=true https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.upi.com/amp/Archives/1987/11/27/Father-charged-with-killing-sons-in-blast-furnace/6066564987600/
¡Es viernes y el cuerpo lo sabe… y tu pareja también! En este episodio vamos a platicar de las salidas sin tu pareja. ¿Debes pedir permiso? ¿Te están marcando al celular cada 5 minutos? O por el contrario ¿Hay plena confianza y sales con tus amigas o amigos? ¡Seguimos dando amor en el mes de cupido, por eso escucha ya el Podcast del Show de Raúl Brindis!
Muchos de nosotros vivimos preocupados por el dinero material que tenemos ahorrado aunque, quizá, esto nos impide apreciar y agradecer el cúmulo de bendiciones que hay en nuestra vida. ¡Escucha la bella reflexión que traemos para ti este súper jueves!¡Continua divirtiéndote con el Bonuscast del Podcast del Show de Raul Brindis!
Este súper jueves vamos a sentarnos con la calculadora y vamos a platicar de las cosas que más te hacen gastar dinero en tu hogar. ¿Quién administra la economía en tu casa? ¿Eres más ahorrador que tu pareja? Además, te contamos porque el dinero es uno de los temas que más hace separar a las parejas.¡Seguimos dando amor en el mes de cupido, por eso escucha ya el Podcast del Show de Raúl Brindis!
We finally did it! We watched 20 Christmas movies! This time it's the classic classic claaaaaassic MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET _________________ MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET (1947) synopsis from Rotten Tomatoes: In this Christmas classic, an old man going by the name of Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn) fills in for an intoxicated Santa in Macy's annual Thanksgiving Day parade. Kringle proves to be such a hit that he is soon appearing regularly at the chain's main store in midtown Manhattan. When Kringle surprises customers and employees alike by claiming that he really is Santa Claus, it leads to a court case to determine his mental health and, more importantly, his authenticity. _________________ All the movies we watched: WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING (1995) DR. SEUSS' THE GRINCH (2018) HOLIDAY INN (1942) LET IT SNOW (2019) BAD SANTA (2003) LITTLE WOMEN (1994) THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER (1940) MICKEY'S CHRISTMAS CAROL (1983) THE BISHOP'S WIFE (1947) SCROOGED (1988) 8-BIT CHRISTMAS (2021) WHITE CHRISTMAS (1954) ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE (2017) CAROL (2015) COMFORT AND JOY (1984) SINGLE ALL THE WAY (2021) GREAT BRITISH BAKING SHOW HOLIDAY (2020) LITTLE WOMEN (2019) TANGERINE (2015) MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET (1947)
Discutimos la victoria de Bears sobre Lions, Raiders sobre Cowboys y Bills sobre Saints en Día de Acción de Gracias. También analizamos cada duelo de semana 12 con recomendaciones moneyline y spread. We discuss the Bears, Raiders and Bills' victories over Lions, Cowboys and Saints, respectively. We also analyze every week 12 matchup with moneyline and spread recommendations (audio in Spanish). GIVEAWAY: Gana dos boletos para SEAHAWKS vs RAMS o un jersey NFL. Participa en bit.ly/JOKR1 ¡La NFL no termina y nosotros tampoco! Sigue a Cuarta y Gol en Youtube, Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter, Facebook y mail Suscríbete al podcast aquí Conductor: Rudy Jacinto (@paradojaNFL)
In the latest edition of the Good Morning Football Podcast, hosts Kay Adams, Kyle Brandt, Peter Schrager and Super Bowl Champion Shaun O'Hara look back at the Thanksgiving Day slate of games. The Bills rolled over the Saints, the Bears outlasted the Lions, and the Raiders got the win over the Cowboys in a game with too many flags thrown. Several games in Week 12 will have impacts on division races. Kay gives the Top Five Fantasy matchups plus we get Pigskin Picks, which includes the top College Football matchup of the weekend! The Good Morning Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Episode 55 of the Recovery First Podcast and on this very special Thanksgiving Day edition we welcomed Brian, Brian discussed his real-life experience going through the Florida Shuffle and being a victim of Patient Brokering. This is an episode you are not going to want to miss To learn more about the #RecoveryFirst Podcast & to sign up for our newsletter, visit us today at www.recoveryfirstpodcast.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freedomhouseofgreenville/support
It's the return of the Phil and Monski Show. What a better time to return then on Thanksgiving Day when the Raiders play the Cowboys. Tune in to hear what they bet this time and more. Only on the Phil and Monski Show on Not Your Average Radio.
Gobble gobble, y'all! That's turkey-talk for "let's make some money!". We got a huge slate of games on Thanksgiving Day, one of the proudest American traditions we have. The circus that is the Chicago Bears heads to take on the Detroit Lions at Ford Field in the Motor City. Meanwhile, America's team the Dallas Cowboys host the Las Vegas Raiders. Before you stuff your bet slip like a turkey, listen to the latest Spread Option NFL podcast for picks! We'll be gobbling away over on twitter @spreadoption_ if you want to get more action. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
We would be remiss on Thanksgiving Day (in the United States) not to talk about the power of gratitude. So, today, in this special bonus episode, we are diving into the power of gratitude, how to be more grateful, gratitude questions to ask, and all things thankful. For the show notes and all the links mentioned in today's episode, head to secretsofsuperom.com/34.Stay connected!www.secretsofsupermom.comSecrets of Supermom on FacebookSecrets of Supermom on Instagram
Discutimos cómo la ciudad de St. Louis consiguió 780 millones de dólares de la NFL por retirar su demanda, la salud mental del DE Everson Griffen de Vikings y predicciones para la triple cartelera en Día de Acción de Gracias: Bears - Lions, Raiders - Cowboys y Bills - Saints. We discuss how the city of St. Louis obtained 780 million dollars in a settlement with the NFL, Vikings' DE Everson Griffen's mental health and predictions for all three Thanksgiving Day games: Bears - Lions, Raiders - Cowboys and Bills - Saints (audio in Spanish). GIVEAWAY: Gana dos boletos para SEAHAWKS vs RAMS o un jersey NFL. Participa en bit.ly/JOKR1 ¡La NFL no termina y nosotros tampoco! Sigue a Cuarta y Gol en Youtube, Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter, Facebook y mail Suscríbete al podcast aquí Conductor: Rudy Jacinto (@paradojaNFL)
In this episode, I continue my observations on the end result of the loss at KC by turning observations onto the meticulous coverage the Dallas Cowboys get in a loss, no matter how close, why in a sea of NFL teams, the Dallas Cowboys get so much attention and any misconception as to the reason. Then, I pivot into how to approach the game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Thanksgiving Day, along with my score prediction. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!
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In the latest edition of the Good Morning Football Podcast, hosts Kay Adams, Kyle Brandt, Peter Schrager and Super Bowl Champion Shaun O'Hara dissect the Giants firing OC Jason Garrett and what's next for the offense in New York. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones drops by to discuss The Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign kicking off on Thanksgiving Day with the Cowboys hosting the Raiders. The crew thinks the Eagles could be a threat in the NFC East, if they continue the path they're on. We discuss how much the Bills have on the line against the Saints in the last of the Thanksgiving Day games. Plus, Kay makes some Fantasy Football decisions heading into NFL Week 12. The Good Morning Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Three game Thanksgiving Day slates are magical. Josh Norris and Hayden Winks pick what will happen for Stefon Diggs, Josh Allen and the Bills against the Saints. Can Dak Prescott bounce back again versus the Raiders. And Turkey Day starts with the Bears and Lions. Go play our Thanksgiving Day Games on Underdog!
It's no secret to anyone who knows me that Thanksgiving is my all-time favorite holiday. And the most enduring Thanksgiving Day memory I have began when I was fifteen, and, well…it's a story that honestly may never end.
Welcome to our NFL betting show! In this show we break down all our free NFL bets for Week 12 picks as well as our NFL picks against the spread. Rough week last week, we finished 5 - 8 but it's our first losing week of the 2021 season. We look to bounce back and FEAST on Thanksgiving Day lines! Lions vs BearsCowboys vs RaidersBills vs SaintsFalcons vs JaguarsJets vs TexansSteelers vs BengalsBrowns vs RavensEagles vs GiantsBucs vs ColtsPackers vs RamsWashington Football Team vs SeahawksKeep up with all of our picks: https://bit.ly/39cjc7PFollow along with all the action: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/taketheoverpod_Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/taketheoverpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/taketheoverpodFollow The Hosts!IG: @drewherchkoIG: @dkcomedy_Place all your bets with the FanDuel Sports Book at the Live! Casino.Don't forget to Like, Subscribe and Comment with your favorite bets for the week!-------------------------------------Gambling problem? Call 1-800-Gambler.#FanDuel #NFLPicks #Week8NFLPicks #Betting #Wagering #SportsBetting
Welcome to Episode 47 of the SGPN Fantasy Football Podcast! This week, Rod Villagomez welcomes back Justin Mark, SGPN contributor to the show. Justin and Rod breakdown what to expect from 10 players who will be playing this Thanksgiving Day. Does Andy Dalton help or hurt the Chicago Bears and is he a viable streaming option this week? Will Jared Goff start this week and do you even want him too? What can you anticipate from Alvin Kamara this week if he starts with no practice? We answer all these NFL Thanksgiving Day Fantasy Football questions and more on this week's episode. If you're new to the show, you're in for a treat. Our show flows a little differently than most. We cover ten separate categories of a larger overall theme. The panel puts three minutes on the clock to discuss each. It's the fast-paced, hard-hitting fantasy football conversation you need to win your league. As always, make sure to subscribe to the SGPN Fantasy Football Podcast on Apple and Spotify. Find Rod (@rjvillagomez), and Justin (@Mark87J) on Twitter. Check Out the SGPN fantasy football rankings and fantasy football projections. Download the SGPN APP today https://sgpn.app and leave us a rating & review. Support for this episode - WynnBet | PropSwap.com code “SGP” | PrizePicks.com code “SGP” | BettorFantasy.com/sgpn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Target will shut down its stores on Thanksgiving Day — and will keep doing so every year. Retailers last year were forced to turn what had become a weekend shopping blitz into an extended event with holiday sales beginning as early as October to limit the number of people in stores during the pandemic. That forced shift during the holidays, however, turned out to be a good move. As The New York Times reports, Walmart, Trader Joe's, and Aldi will likewise close on Thanksgiving. However, opening stores on the holiday was once common practice. Support The Show: https://waynedupree.locals.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We've got updates on the likelihood that LT Tyron Smith and WR CeeDee Lamb are available to play for the Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day. Plus a Cowboys mailbag. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeff-cavanaugh/support
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Welcome to the week of food, football, sleep, more food, and (don't forget), giving thanks. In the 38th edition of the show, the guys go over their perfect Thanksgiving Day plate. Do you agree with them? Did they miss anything? Whatever yours is, enjoy the heck out of it, because y'all deserve every single carb and sugar on that plate. Also, everyone loves lists, right? Well, we have two of them and they'll blow your mind: The highest-paid dead people of 2021 and the highest-paid athletes of all time. Just chatting about a bunch of rich people dead and alive, no big deal. Then, the guys discuss tips and tricks for the holiday season this year. This year will look much different in more ways than one, so hopefully, y'all are ready after listening to this loaded episode! Lastly, follow along with all things involving the Red Pegasus Podcast. We're on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @RedPegasusPod. Do you have a story idea or want us to discuss something specific on the pod? Maybe you have a small business or individual you want us to promote? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Red Pegasus Podcast Shop: https://my-store-11619045.creator-spring.com
Six Ways How To Lose Thanksgiving Day Weight According to the Calorie Control Council, on Thanksgiving Americans on average, eat over 3,000 calories in one meal. Some consume even more than that. What are some of the best ways to lose excess weight gained at one of the most food festive days of the year? 1. Engage in family activities Every year my Filipino family sings karaoke on Thanksgiving Day where everyone is up singing and dancing and MOVING around to the music. Some families do a 5k, some families play paintball. Whatever it is create a new family tradition where it gets the whole family active and moving. 2. Limit the alcohol When it comes to the holidays, we know that avoiding alcohol is one of the last things you want to hear. For some, it's the crutch the helps us survive family gatherings and for others, it's part of our tradition such as indulging in certain alcoholic beverages on certain holidays. If you must drink limit, it to lower calorie alcohol options such as vodka and soda or scotch on the rocks. 3. Eat a healthy breakfast Before the actual Thanksgiving feast if you eat a protein packed breakfast it might persuade you to eat less. Protein is a natural appetite suppressant. A high protein breakfast could help keep you on track for the day. This could be an omelet, a protein shake, or chicken sausage with eggs and a side of sautéed spinach. 4. Limit dessert options The turkey may take center stage on the Thanksgiving table, but the desserts aren't usually too far behind. Instead of lining up whole pies and cakes on the buffet table this holiday, consider baking an assortment of single-serving selections. Every diner can choose his or her own mini pie or tort. If single serve isn't an option, limit yourself to 2 tablespoons max of any dessert so you can experience it and move on. 5. Try food swaps One of my favorite recipes that I demonstrated at Williams Sonoma is my heathy Chicken Sausage Cauliflower Stuffing which is a lighter and substantially heathier alternative to traditional stuffing. Same goes for my cauliflower mashed potatoes! The average Thanksgiving dinner range from 3,000 to 4,500 calories+. By swapping out more traditional foods for healthier ones, you can drop these numbers significantly while also getting more vital nutrients out of your meal. 6. Control your portions Drink lots of water to fill you up over food. I suggest filling 40- 50% of your plate with green veggies, 30-40% with protein, and 2 tablespoons of any side. This method is extremely effective and allows you to experience all the fun foods without guilt. Sign up for Gauge Life podcast updates here! https://gaugegirltraining.com/pages/lifeline-podcast-opt-in Follow Christine on Social Media IG: https://www.instagram.com/gaugegirltr... FB: https://www.facebook.com/gaugegirl/ PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/gaugegirl82... YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1Ey... Free Macros Blueprint Download: https://bit.ly/35zB6OU Gauge Girl Training Website: https://gaugegirltraining.com/ About Christine Hronec Christine Hronec ( https://gaugelife.com ) is an award-winning chemist and three-time champion fitness competitor, nutrition, and exercise expert. Since founding her company Gauge Life in 2013, Christine has helped approximately 40,000 women transform their bodies and switch to a body-positive self-image. Her YouTube channel has over 25 million views. Christine has received awards from the American Chemical Society and was published in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Christine was part of the team that created Time magazine's “Invention of the Year” for her work in the biotech field.
Colossians 1:12 is a great verse for Thanksgiving Day. It tells us to give thanks with joy to the Father. Learn Paul's special recipe for making every day a happy day of thanksgiving. Scriptures Referenced: Col 1:3, 9-14; 3:15; 1Th 5:18; 1Pet 3:18 Visit PracticologyPodcast.com for more episodes.Follow the Practicology Podcast on Twitter and Facebook.
Join us as we dissect the jaw-dropping events that took place on Thanksgiving day 2009 in Jupiter, Florida. Paul Merhige uses a family feast as his opportunity to mercilessly annihilate members of his own family. This case has a twist that you won't see coming, but will leave you asking yourself if murder could run through your veins? Follow us on FaceBook: https://m.facebook.com/Buried-Motives-107918331555188/ Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/buriedmotives?utm_medium=copy_link Email us: email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/buried-motives/message