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With The Beans on vacation, we thought it would be a good opportunity to share some podcasts that you might not be familiar with. We hope you enjoy Unsung History as much as we do! If you like what you hear, please subscribe here: https://link.chtbl.com/unsung-history By 1833, Lydia Maria Child was a popular author, having published both fiction and nonfiction, including the wildly successful advice book The Frugal Housewife: Dedicated to those who are not ashamed of Economy. And she had been editing a beloved monthly periodical for children called Juvenile Miscellany for seven years. But her popularity crumbled precipitously when she published An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans, arguing for the immediate emancipation of enslaved people. Child never stopped writing or fighting for the causes she believed in, but she never again reached the literary heights to which she'd seemed poised to ascend. Joining me to help us learn more about Lydia Maria Child is Dr. Lydia Moland, Professor of Philosophy at Colby College and author of Lydia Maria Child: A Radical American Life. Our theme song is Frogs Legs Rag, composed by James Scott and performed by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons. The poem mid-episode, read by Teddy, is “The New-England Boy's Song about Thanksgiving Day,” written by Lydia Maria Child and originally published in 1844 in Flowers for Children, Volume 2. The image is of Lydia Maria Child, from “Representative Women,” by L. Schamer, produced by Louis Prang Lithography Company, in 1870; the image is available courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution and is in the public domain. Additional sources: “Lydia Maria Child,” Poetry Foundation. “Lydia Maria Child,” David Ruggles Center for History and Education. “October 20, 1880: Lydia Maria Child Dies,” Mass Moments. “Lydia Maria Child 1802-1880,” From a talk titled, “Here are some of her accomplishments” by Jane Sciacca, Wayland Historical Society, October 2018. “Lydia Maria Child,” National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum. “William Lloyd Garrison,” National Park Service. “Lydia Maria Child Taught Americans to Make Do With Less,“ by Lydia Moland, Wall Street Journal, November 10, 2022. “Activists have always been frustrated at allies' insistence on gradual change,” by Lydia Moland, Washington Post, March 28, 2022. “Books by Child, Lydia Maria,” Project Gutenberg “Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Written by Herself,” by Harriet A. Jacobs; edited by Lydia Maria Child. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
By 1833, Lydia Maria Child was a popular author, having published both fiction and nonfiction, including the wildly successful advice book The Frugal Housewife: Dedicated to those who are not ashamed of Economy. And she had been editing a beloved monthly periodical for children called Juvenile Miscellany for seven years. But her popularity crumbled precipitously when she published An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans, arguing for the immediate emancipation of enslaved people. Child never stopped writing or fighting for the causes she believed in, but she never again reached the literary heights to which she'd seemed poised to ascend. Joining me to help us learn more about Lydia Maria Child is Dr. Lydia Moland, Professor of Philosophy at Colby College and author of Lydia Maria Child: A Radical American Life. Our theme song is Frogs Legs Rag, composed by James Scott and performed by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons. The poem mid-episode, read by Teddy, is “The New-England Boy's Song about Thanksgiving Day,” written by Lydia Maria Child and originally published in 1844 in Flowers for Children, Volume 2. The image is of Lydia Maria Child, from “Representative Women,” by L. Schamer, produced by Louis Prang Lithography Company, in 1870; the image is available courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution and is in the public domain. Additional sources: “Lydia Maria Child,” Poetry Foundation. “Lydia Maria Child,” David Ruggles Center for History and Education. “October 20, 1880: Lydia Maria Child Dies,” Mass Moments. “Lydia Maria Child 1802-1880,” From a talk titled, “Here are some of her accomplishments” by Jane Sciacca, Wayland Historical Society, October 2018. “Lydia Maria Child,” National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum. “William Lloyd Garrison,” National Park Service. “Lydia Maria Child Taught Americans to Make Do With Less,“ by Lydia Moland, Wall Street Journal, November 10, 2022. “Activists have always been frustrated at allies' insistence on gradual change,” by Lydia Moland, Washington Post, March 28, 2022. “Books by Child, Lydia Maria,” Project Gutenberg “Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Written by Herself,” by Harriet A. Jacobs; edited by Lydia Maria Child. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Here is another, previously recorded but never released, Scarface Tubby Show episode, from the Tubby Show vault. Originally recorded on Thanksgiving Day, 2022. In this episode, Tubby listens to the underground horrorcore classic, "Season of da Siccness: The Resurrection" by Brotha Lynch Hung.
Thanksgiving Day, 2012 was a huge turning point for then-rookie quarterback Robert Griffin, III - RGIII - and Washington. They were three and six and their head coach, Mike Shanahan, had already said the season was essentially over. Then Washington did something no one expected when they took on the Cowboys in Dallas. They won. “You go on Thanksgiving and you obliterate the Cowboys, which is America's team, and you go out and you do it in a way that no one's ever seen it done before,” RGIII told In the Moment's David Greene. “And that game helped us do it every week after that on the way to the postseason.” Griffin is proud that he spent eight years in the NFL, even after a career-altering injury. He went on to play in Baltimore, and helped serve as a mentor to quarterback Lamar Jackson. He now has a career as a broadcaster for ESPN.
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Colorado is a beautiful state with incredible mountain ranges, the best sunsets, and a ton of wildlife, where many people dream of starting their own families. But Colorado also has a dark history, with the first mass school shooting in America at Columbine High School, frequent drug-related deaths, vandalism, robberies, and even murder. It seems like a coin toss on how your life could turn out after moving there. A young woman named Kelsey Berreth would soon realize this, but unfortunately, it was already too late. This is the story of Patrick Frazee, and you are listening to Murder in America. - Learn a new language and get up to 55% off your subscription when you go to babbel.com/MIA - Find your inner detective and download June's Journey, available on Android and iOS mobile devices, as well as on PC through Facebook Games! - Give your hair what it deserves! Visit vegamour.com/MIA and use code MIA to save 20% off your first order. - Stay Connected: Join the Murder in America fam in our free Facebook Community for a behind-the-scenes look, more insights and current events in the true crime world: https://www.facebook.com/groups/4365229996855701 If you want even more Murder in America bonus content, including ad-free episodes, come join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/murderinamerica Instagram: http://instagram.com/murderinamerica/ Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/people/Murder-in-America-Podcast/100086268848682/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MurderInAmerica TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theparanormalfiles and https://www.tiktok.com/@courtneybrowen Feeling spooky? Follow Colin as he travels state to state (and even country to country!) investigating claims of extreme paranormal activity and visiting famous haunted locations on The Paranormal Files Official Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheParanormalFilesOfficialChannel
About the Show: “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”Albert EinsteinWhen Chris Thompson hit rock bottom on Thanksgiving Day 2018, he realized that alcohol was his only solution and that his best thinking had gotten him there. Faced with overcoming his ego, Chris took a leap of faith and launched a sobriety support app to help others, transforming his suffering and shame into purpose."Recovery isn't about overcoming alcohol or drugs; it's overcoming ego. Alcohol and drugs are just the fuel that makes you so attached to your ego and so much in self-preservation mode. Fear driven. And fear only comes from the ego. It's about protecting a conception of yourself that isn't even real." Chris ThompsonChris Thompson is the founder of Sober Sidekick, an app that helps people in recovery stay connected and overcome isolation. He is a former college athlete and entrepreneur who has been in recovery for four years.Chris Thompson was an ambitious college athlete who had just started his first business and felt invincible. However, when a difficult situation arose, alcohol became his only solution for all his problems. On Thanksgiving Day, he woke up on the sidewalk for the fourth consecutive day, feeling hopeless and isolated. He realized his best thinking had gotten him there, and he decided that today would be his day one. He called a hotline, sought treatment, and eventually found his way to a sober living facility. With his friends' help, he could commit to recovery and put his goal of sobriety first. He channeled his ambition into creating The Sober Sidekick app, which allowed people in recovery to connect and support each other and saw their suffering and shame be transformed into purpose.In this episode, you will learn the following:1. Everyone has an opportunity to be in recovery from anything - not just drugs or alcohol.2. What if today was the day that you made that change?3. How can an algorithm be created so that no one ever goes without support?4. Why Chris moved to Northwest Arkansas and what this area has meant to him. All this and more on this episode of I am Northwest Arkansas.Important Links and Mentions on the Show*:Sober Sidekick EmailSober Sidekick WebsiteSober Sidekick InstagramSober Sidekick FacebookSober Sidekick LinkedInSober Sidekick YouTubeThis episode is sponsored by*:
To the archives. Still under the spell of the holiday/weather hangover.We hope everyone out there is continuing to digest in peace. Back to the studio we go! Rob and Greg are joined by John Erik Payton/The Masked Grappler to talk just a whole slew of stuff for the transition from Thanksgiving into Christmas decorating. Sit back, pop a Tums and enjoy the show.Stay tuned after the show for a special live performance from Lips Turn Blue. A new single, we are proud to present "Pray For Tomorrow." Follow them for more music, info on upcoming shows and keep on staying safe and supporting those local businesses and musicians.Song used with permission, all rights to Lips Turn Blue.Carnival of RandomnessLips Turn Blue
Today we are on part five of my story. Today's episode talks about one of the hardest seasons as a new realtor. After I got my real estate license, people didn't understand that having the license didn't mean instant success or instant money coming in. It takes hard work, time, and determination. There were a lot of comments from others telling me I was not good enough, I should get a real job, and that I was a failure. Through all this, I learned to trust the process. If you're a Philadelphia Seventy-sixers fan, this is a phrase you've heard before—it was a strategy used by Sam Hinkie when he traded players for assets, and it paid off. Trusting the process is essential in real estate. Having good conversations, connecting with people, establishing a social media presence, and telling everyone I was in real estate—trusting the process. I bought a computer for my real estate business and while I was in the Apple store, I made sure everyone in that store knew that new computer was for my career in real estate. I made sure that people knew I was a Realtor. I continued to trust the process—I knew I had to if I wanted to create success, because I didn't have any clients. I knew the numbers. I knew the statistics. I wasn't going to let myself become a failed statistic. I continued to build relationships and have conversations with everyone I could. My friend Jonathan, who I had worked for at Chick-Fil-A, was one of the first people to contact me with a potential client. His parents were moving to the area and needed a Realtor—he recommended me. It was such an honor that he trusted me with his parents—he told me that he knew I'd take good care of them and do a great job. I remember the stress and anxiety, but also the excitement. I was celebrating Thanksgiving with extended family, and they were asking me about how my business was going, and I didn't really know how to respond. Jonathan's dad called me while I was there and as I talked to him about buying a house. It gave me so much confidence when I didn't scare him off that I felt like if I could have a good conversation and create a relationship with this person on the phone that I could really do this business. If I could do it once, I could recreate that process a hundred times over and I would have success. I've had thousands of conversations since that first call, but Jonathan's dad was my first client, and it was all about trusting the process and getting that first client to work with you. I'll often tell Realtors that I'm coaching, that once you have your first settlement, you'll feel like you can run through a brick wall like the Kool-Aid man. That exhilaration makes you want to do it a hundred times more. That's how I got my first client on Thanksgiving Day. I felt like I had the potential to become successful in real estate now that I had earned a client. I knew I had to continue to put in the effort and work and find another client. I didn't get there overnight—it took from February through November. On the next episode, I'll talk about faking it till you make it, my interaction with that first client, and the power of perception. I appreciate you being along for the journey and look forward to sharing the sixth episode with you. Thanks for listening to the Real Estate Survival. If you enjoyed this episode, we would appreciate it if you'd leave us a review on iTunes.Resources Free social media coaching calls are back! To schedule your free social media coaching call go to: https://calendly.com/realestatesurvivalguide/social-media-strategy-for-realtorsPodcast edited by Kenny Carfagno.Show notes and blog posts are created by Jennifer Harshman and
I'm C.T. When I'm not hosting podcasts I'm in the real world. Everybody has to work. My job is C.S. Customer Service. Solutions, relationships and generating motivation to keep my team pumped and connected to every guest who chose to stop in to pick up a few things or large baskets with everything. This is C.T.C.S. Episode 62 Thanksgiving Day Let The Seasons Ring In
主播：Selah | 翩翩歌曲 ： Walk Away今天呢，咱们让一席的驻美国主播Selah来聊一聊，在美国肆虐的XBB.1.5，目前在美国究竟是什么情况。1. XBB.1.5目前在美国是什么情况？Thenewest COVID-19 variantXBB.1.5. XBB.1.5是新冠病毒最新的variant（变异毒株）。这个毒株is so contagious（非常有传染性），即使以前躲过新冠的，很多都are getting infected（被感染了）。• variant /ˈveriənt/ n. [生]变种，变异体• contagious /kənˈteɪdʒəs/ adj. （病）接触传染的XBB.1.5 首先是在美国被detected（检测出来），它大规模地扩散大约是在Thanksgiving Day，因为美国人感恩节聚餐特别多。接着又是12月，到了圣诞月，进入了holiday seasons，然后，这个变异毒株的感染人数就grew exponentially over the month of December（在12月份呈指数级增长）。刚一开始的感染率是1% ，然后短短一个月的时间，感染率高达27%。• exponentially /ˌekspəˈnenʃəli/ adv.以指数方式从感染后的症状来看，感染XBB.1.5后，it is not as severe（严重） and deathly（致命）, especially if you have been vaccinated（尤其如果你还打过疫苗的话）。• severe /sɪˈvɪr/ adj. 十分严重的• deathly/ˈdeθli/ adv. 死一般地People in the US are not wearing masks anymore（美国人早就已经不戴口罩了），no places except hospitals are requiring masks（除了医院，都不要求戴口罩了），所以，因为都不戴口罩，people are more vulnerable（更加脆弱，更易感染）。• vulnerable /ˈvʌlnərəb(ə)l/ adj. 易受攻击的2. XBB.1.5在美国扩散的这么快，美国老百姓是什么反应？Americans do not seem to be very concerned（都没那么担心）.冬天本来就是一个流行病高发的季节，RSV、新冠和flu（流感）叠加，他们把这称作“tripledemic”，这是美国加州、还有英国媒体都在说的一个词。大多数的美国人， either vaccinated or have had COVID before（要么接种了疫苗，要么已经感染过新冠），所以，it is not worrying many people（并不会让人们担心）。面对大规模的XBB.1.5感染，美国人are not stocking up on medicine（没有囤药），the main pharmacies（各大药房）have had plenty of medicine in stock（有足够的库存）。• stock up囤积• in stock（商店等中）有现货的• pharmacy /ˈfɑ:rməsi/ n. 药房XBB.1.5在美国没有引起一点波澜，it's not even trending on twitter（没上推特热搜），因为，美国民众觉得COVID这个话题has become so politicized（很政治化了），所以都不想pay attention to it anymore（再关注了）。• politicized /pəˈlɪtɪsaɪz/ adj.政治化的3. 在美国，COVID复阳再被XBB.1.5感染的几率有多大？If you have had COVID before（阳过了），you will not affected very bad by XBB.1.5（即使感染了也不会太严重）。而没有被感染的人，that will get sicker（就会严重一些）。美国专家的说法是，roughly 80% of Americans who've already been infected are likely to catch it again（美国大约80%阳过的人，可能被XBB.1.5感染）。4. 感染新冠后，很可能会形成长新冠一份研究表明，在形成长新冠的风险上，women have twice the risk of men（女性是男性的2倍） and four times the risk of children（是孩子的四倍）。Typical symptoms of Long COVID长新冠的典型症状：• crippling fatigue /fəˈtiːɡ/ 严重的疲劳• brain fog 脑雾• muscle pain 肌肉疼痛• neurological/ˌnjʊəˈlɒdʒɪkəlɪ/ issues 神经性问题• shortness of breath 气短出现这些长新冠的症状，其实是the immune system is fighting（我们身体的免疫系统在作战）。The body is fighting the virus（身体在和病毒做斗争），the immune system is getting worked up（免疫系统也在紧张工作中），产生antibodies（抗体），也会产生长新冠的症状。总之呢，感染新冠后，大家要好好休息，帮助身体调整回来。Stay warm and stay safe！祝愿大家平平安安，健健康康。
Week 71! We are back from our much needed Thanksgiving Day break and we feel it's only right to talk about the obvious... The World Cup! We might bring up Thanksgiving a time or two as well. Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/deafdialogue/message
The Hottest Football Head Coach in the New England Area joins the EG Pod & discusses stepping down from Westerly, Breakthrough, Mentorship, Camps, What is Wrong with Rhode Island High School Football, How the South is more advance in terms of high school football, social media, cornerback position, track versus basketball and most important grades and how to be eligible for college.Coach Dunbar is the Founder and Director of Breakthrough Elite 7v7, Head Football Coach at Westerly High School and the Director of Breakthrough Football Academy. In his first fall season in Westerly Coach Dunbar's Bulldogs made it all the way to the Division 2 semifinal's where they lost to Coach's alma mater St. Raphael Academy in a tight game.Prior to Westerly, Coach Dunbar was the Head Football Coach at Coventry High School. In his first season as the head coach at Coventry the Oakers broke a 13 year losing streak to Thanksgiving Day rival West Warwick, beating the Wizards for the first time since 2004. For his efforts in his rookie season Coach Dunbar was awarded Division 2B Coach of The Year.A Rhode Island native, he played his high school ball at St. Raphael Academy in Pawtucket. In his senior season he led the Saints to a 13-0 record and a Division 1 State Championship. As the star quarterback for the Saints he was named First Team All-State by the Providence Journal and Rhode Island Gridiron Player and Back of The Year by the Providence Gridiron Club.He went on to play college ball at Dean College for two seasons helping the Bulldogs win back to back conference championships as an All-Conference Defensive Back before earning a scholarship to the University of Rhode Island where he was a two year starter at Cornerback.Coach Dunbar got his start in coaching at Portsmouth High School in Rhode Island and has had coaching stints at American International College, Dean College, Coventry High School and currently at Westerly. Coach Dunbar enjoys seeing his athletes win on the field but more importantly in life!Follow Stanley Dunbar:IG -@StanleyDunbarJRIG - @BreakthroughEliteFBhttps://www.breakthroughelite.orgReach me At:Email: EGPodofThunder@gmail.comInstagram/TikTok: @EGPodOfThunderEfi's Instagram: @ExplorewithEfStream Episode 59 Listen on All Podcast Streaming Services and YouTube. Link is in the Bio! Follow, Like, Subscribe and tell a friend to tell a co worker to tell a friend about us. Appreciate the Love!0:00 - Intro2:33 - Giving What He Wish He Had7:05 - Need That Dog Mentality8:28 - Toughest Position in Football10:15 - Mentorship11:22 - NFL Dreams12:51 - College Guidance14:20 - College Camps17:40 - Breakthrough Originations19:08 - RI High School Football Issues23:20 - Hottest Free Agent Coach28:45 - Breakthrough Events31:40 - Social Media Beneficial?37:11 - Breakthrough Player Shout Outs40:40 - LSA & Upcoming Talent43:40 - Winter Sports50:29 - Dunbar's Jaco Story53:45 - Excuses & Playing Time59:15 - Inspirations1:03:05 - 2023 Plans & Dunbar's Flowers
Jill Milliken joins The Face It Podcast to talk about her emotional journey navigating an unexpected divorce. After being told on Thanksgiving Day of 2021 that her husband of 25 years was having an affair with her sister-in-law, and he wanted to pursue that relationship, her and her children's lives were flipped upside down. Jill's strength in moving through such a difficult challenge is empowering. She is an incredible example of how to navigate an extremely devastating circumstance with dignity, grace, and positivity. You can find Jill on TikTok @awake.46 To hear her brother Steve's perspective visit his TikTok @thelegitmac --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. This podcast hit paid subscribers' inboxes on Dec. 24. It dropped for free subscribers on Dec. 27. To receive future pods as soon as they're live, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription.WhoShaun Sutner, snowsports columnist for the Worcester Telegram & Gazette and Telegram.comRecorded onNovember 21, 2022About Shaun SutnerShaun is a skier, a writer, and a journalist based in Worcester, Massachusetts. For the past 18 years, he's been pumping out a snowsports column from Thanksgiving to April. For the past two years, he's joined me on The Storm Skiing Podcast to rap about it. You should follow Shaun on social media to stay locked into his work:Why I interviewed himI've often said that the best interviews are with people who don't have bosses. That's true. Mostly. But not exclusively. Because journalists are just as good. And that's because they possess many attributes crucial to holding an interesting conversation: on-the-ground experience, the ability to tell a story, and a commitment to truth. Really. That is the whole point of the job. Listen to the Storm Skiing Podcasts with Eric Wilbur, Jackson Hogen, or Jason Blevins. They are among the best of the 122 episodes I've published before today. It's a different gig from the running-a-mountain-and-making-you-want-to-ski-that-mountain post that 75 percent of my guests hold. And these writers deliver a different kind of conversation, and one that enriches The Storm immensely.I'd like to host more ski journalists, but there just aren't that many of them. It's a weird fact of America and skiing that there are far more ski areas than there are American ski journalists. The NSAA lists 473 active ski areas. NASJA (the North American Snowsports Journalists Association) counts far fewer active members. The NBA, by contrast, has 30 teams and perhaps thousands of reporters covering them around the world. There's a lot more happening in skiing than there are paid observers to keep track of it all, is my point here.But there are a few. And Sutner is one of the real pros – one who's been skiing New England for most of his life, and writing about it for decades. His column is enlightened and interesting, essential reading for the entire Northeast. We had a great conversation last year, and we agreed to make it an annual thing.What we talked aboutWell I still can't pronounce “Worcester,” but we didn't discuss it this time which thank God; opening day vibes at Mount Snow; comparing last year's days-skied goal to reality; that Uphill Bro life and chewing up all our pow Brah; surveying the different approaches to New England uphill access; cross-country skiing and the opportunity of the Indy Pass; skiing in NYC; the countless ski areas of Quebec; Tremblant, overrated?; Le Massif; pass quivers; the importance of racing and race leagues to recreational skiing; why the rise of freeskiing hasn't killed ski racing; Sutner's long-running snowsports column; the importance of relationships in journalism; the Wachusett MACHINE; Sutner defends the honor of Ski Ward, my least-favorite ski area; the legacy of Sutner's brother Adam, former executive at Vail, Jackson Hole, and Crystal, who passed away suddenly last year; reaction to PGRI purchasing Jay Peak; what's next for Burke?; the future of Gunstock; Mount Sunapee crowding; Crotched, Attitash, and Wildcat's 2021-22 struggles; what the Epic Day Pass says about Vail's understanding of New Hampshire; whether Vail's pay increases and lift ticket sales limits will be enough to fix the company's operational issues in New Hampshire; the impact of Kanc 8 on Loon and what that could mean for new lifts at Stowe and Mount Snow; New England's lift renaissance; eight-packs and redistributing skiers; let's play Fantasy Ski Resort owner with Sugarloaf; the investment binge at Loon; high-speed double chairs; will Magic ever get Black Quad live?; the rebuilding of Catamount; a New England lift wishlist; Berkshire East; fake vertical; Smuggs' lift fleet; the future of Big Squaw; The Balsams; Whaleback; Granite Gorge; and Tenney.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewWell the intent was to push this podcast out alongside the debut of Sutner's first column of the year, on Thanksgiving Day. I, uh, missed that target. But I'll fix that whole timing bit, and you can expect a Sutner appearance on The Storm Skiing Podcast every Thanksgiving week for as long as he's interested in doing it.What I got wrong* I noted in the podcast that it was a 15-minute drive from Mountain Creek to High Point Cross Country Ski Center in New Jersey – it's closer to half an hour.* Sutner and I referenced Seven Brothers at Loon as an unfinished lift. That was true when we recorded this podcast on Nov. 21, but the lift opened on Dec. 17.* Sutner referenced a New England lift project that he knew about but that was not public yet – it's public now, and you can read about it here.* Shaun referred to a “little-known” summit T-bar at Sugarloaf. It must be a really well-kept secret, because I can't find any reference to it, now or in the past.Why you should read Sutner's columnBecause what I wrote last year is still true:Because it's focused, intelligent, researched, fact-checked, spell-checked, and generally just the sort of professional-level writing that is increasingly subsumed by the LOLing babble of the emojisphere. That's fine – everyone is lost in the scroll. But as the pillars of ski journalism burn and topple around us, it's worth supporting whatever's left. Gannett, the parent company of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, has imposed fairly stringent paywalls on his work. While I think these local papers are best served by offering a handful of free articles per month, the paper is worth supporting if it's your local – in the same way you might buy a local ski pass to complement your Epkon Pass. Good, consistent writing is not so easy to find. Sutner delivers. Support his craft.I wish there was one place where all of Sutner's columns were collected, but the reality of being part of a larger entity is that your work gets mashed together with everything else. Here are direct links to Sutner's columns so far this season:* Skiing Vail Remains a Treasured Rocky Mountain Experience* Plenty of Updates and Upgrades have Crotched Mountain Resort Thriving in New Hampshire* Key Improvements Signal Strong Seasons Ahead for Attitash, Wildcat Ski Areas* World Cup Ski Racing Continues to Thrive at KillingtonSutner's column tends to be less-newsy, more focused on the long-term than the what-just-happened? But, thanks to decades of experience and a deep well of sources, he can fire off a breaking news story in a hurry when he needs to. Earlier this month, for example, he turned around this dispatch about Wachusett's sudden cancellation of its volunteer Ski Patrol program – known locally as “Rangers” – in just a few hours:Wachusett Mountain Ski Area ended its volunteer Ranger program at the start of the ski and snowboard season last month in an unexpected move that could have safety consequences on the mountain's busy slopes, at least in the short term. The ski area apparently was forced into ending or suspending the program due to an investigation by the state attorney general's office into whether treating the Rangers as volunteers violates state labor laws. A spokeswoman for the AG's office declined to comment on whether the office is investigating Wachusett.The case could have national ramifications in the ski industry, where more than 600 ski areas across the country use volunteer ski patrollers under the umbrella of the nonprofit National Ski Patrol, as well as volunteers similar to Rangers. Read the full story here:Podcast Notes* Sutner and I discussed Wachusett quite a bit, and specifically my podcast interview with resort President Jeff Crowley from last year:* We also had a long discussion about Ski Ward, which stemmed from this write-up I published in February:Ski Ward, 25 miles southwest, makes Nashoba Valley look like Aspen. A single triple-chair rising 220 vertical feet. A T-bar beside that. Some beginner surface lifts lower down. Off the top three narrow trails that are steep for approximately six feet before leveling off for the run-out back to the base. It was no mystery why I was the only person over the age of 14 skiing that evening.Normally my posture at such community- and kid-oriented bumps is to trip all over myself to say every possible nice thing about its atmosphere and mission and miraculous existence in the maw of the EpKonasonics. But this place was awful. Like truly unpleasant. My first indication that I had entered a place of ingrained dysfunction was when I lifted the safety bar on the triple chair somewhere between the final tower and the exit ramp and the liftie came bursting out of his shack like he'd just caught me trying to steal his chickens. “The sign is there,” he screamed, pointing frantically at the “raise bar here” sign jutting up below the top station just shy of unload. At first I didn't realize he was talking to me and so I ignored him and this offended him to the point where he – and this actually happened – stopped the chairlift and told me to come back up the ramp so he could show me the sign. I declined the opportunity and skied off and away and for the rest of the evening I waited until I was exactly above his precious sign before raising the safety bar.All night, though, I saw this b******t. Large, aggressive, angry men screaming – screaming – at children for this or that safety-bar violation. The top liftie laid off me once he realized I was a grown man, but it was too late. Ski Ward has a profoundly broken customer-service culture, built on bullying little kids on the pretext of lift safety. Someone needs to fix this. Now.Look, I am not anti-lift bar. I put it down every time, unless I am out West and riding with some version of Studly Bro who is simply too f*****g cool for such nonsense. But that was literally my 403rd chairlift ride of the season and my 2,418th since I began tracking ski stats on my Slopes app in 2018. Never have I been lectured over the timing of my safety-bar raise. So I was surprised. But if Ski Ward really wants to run their chairlifts with the rulebook specificity of a Major League Baseball game, all they have to do is say, “Excuse me, Sir, can you please wait to get to the sign before raising your bar next time?” That would have worked just as well, and would have saved them this flame job. For a place that caters to children, they need to do much, much better.As I'm wont to do, I followed that write-up with casual Ward-bashing on Twitter. Sutner took exception to this, saying that I was oversimplifying it and working on too small a sample size. Which, fair enough. He further defends the ski area's honor in our pod, though frankly I remain salty about the place.* Sutner spoke at length about his brother Adam, a member of Crystal Mountain, Washington's executive team, who died suddenly in April. Shaun wrote his younger brother's obituary, which reads in part:Adam lived and worked overseas in the advertising and tech business in Amsterdam, Brussels, London, Paris, Tokyo and Melbourne. He also lived and worked in advertising and the ski industry in New York City, Chicago, Denver, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and in Vail, Colo., Jackson Hole, Wyo., and Greenwater, Wash.He lived the life he wanted to live.He was widely known for working hard and being a leader in the ski industry profession he loved, often starting work before dawn.Adam loved French Martinis, fast cars and motorcycles, high-speed skiing, music, reading literature and non-fiction, wok cooking, James Bond and art heist caper movies and smoking his beloved cigarillos. He was an ardent fan of international soccer and rugby.He liked to pick up and drop off at the airport the steady stream of visitors who he accommodated, with utmost hospitality, at his various well-appointed homes. He collected watches, fine art and mid-century modern furniture and accessories.He was a witty storyteller, entertaining family and friends with tales of his lifelong travels and adventures. 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This week, we discuss the tragic story of Karlan Denio, a 62 year old father of three living with frontotemporal dementia, who killed his wife, Connie Denio, on Thanksgiving Day 2022 - just hour before their extended family was to join them for an early dinner at their home in New Mexico. Support Our Patreon For More Unreleased Content: https://www.patreon.com/themiserymachine PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/themiserymachine Join Our Facebook Group to Request a Topic: https://t.co/DeSZIIMgXs?amp=1 Instagram: miserymachinepodcast Twitter: misery_podcast Discord: https://discord.gg/kCCzjZM #themiserymachine #podcast #truecrime Source Material: https://www.facebook.com/jeana.long https://www.facebook.com/connie.denio https://www.crimeonline.com/2022/11/27/new-mexico-man-allegedly-murders-dismembers-disembowels-wife-before-thanksgiving-gathering/?fbclid=IwAR0ZuG11WLWVtTlerLL8UGGmHqhWN2xv2WSGR5wYwTSUhDQ-BM4jHsFP_sg https://lawandcrime.com/crime/new-mexico-man-allegedly-dismembered-and-disemboweled-his-wife-just-before-guests-were-scheduled-to-arrive-for-thanksgiving-dinner/ https://www.kob.com/new-mexico/apd-man-charged-accused-of-fatally-stabbing-wife-on-thanksgiving/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3139561/ https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaneurology/fullarticle/2088872 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15980631/ https://www.abqjournal.com/2552971/man-allegedly-dismembered-wife-before-thanksgiving-gathering-at-west-side-home.html https://www.koat.com/article/woman-found-stabbed-to-death-in-abq-home/42063202 https://twitter.com/gilbertpolice/status/1275612263886422016 https://nypost.com/2022/11/27/man-with-dementia-accused-of-murdering-dismembering-wife-on-thanksgiving/ https://www.foxnews.com/us/new-mexico-man-arrested-allegedly-dismembering-disembowling-wife-thanksgiving-dinner https://local12.com/news/nation-world/karlan-connie-denio-murder-dismembered-disemboweled-thanksgiving-albuquerque-new-mexico-koat https://www.thedailybeast.com/family-arrives-for-thanksgiving-dinnerand-finds-host-connie-denio-dismembered https://www.crimeonline.com/2022/11/27/new-mexico-man-allegedly-murders-dismembers-disembowels-wife-before-thanksgiving-gathering/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/karlan-denio-a2a032147 https://meaww.com/who-is-karlan-denio-a-demented-man-is-accussed-of-murdering-and-dismembering-his-wife https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/man-dismembered-disembowelled-wife-just-28606018 https://www.facebook.com/gayla.g.carlile https://www.facebook.com/darin.denio https://www.facebook.com/tami.deniopacheco
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In the words of Brittany Cartwright, “I'm engaged!”; Michael popped the question to Mary on Thanksgiving Day! Mary shares the story with all of us. We are liking Southern Hospitality and think it has potential to be a low stakes fun show! We deep dive the ladies of Potomac in Miami: are you Team Wendy or Team Mia? What does Wendy know about Mia from Peter? Do Jacqueline and Mia shower together? Did you know it's Karen's 59th birthday? Why is Robyn filming everyone? In San Diego, Angie K. is going for her snowflake by exposing Jen Shah for not paying for Coach's birthday party. Jen claims she paid Angie back with a $5k necklace that Jen couldn't get on because of her nails. Meredith is trying to boost her resume as the CEO of Fun, Heather warns Danna to choose her fights with Jen wisely, and we were disappointed that Queen Barlow didn't get enough air time this week! Come judge with us!You can find us on social media:Instagram: @twojudgeygirlsFacebook: www.facebook.com/twojudgeygirlsPatreon: www.patreon.com/twojudgeygirlsCameo: www.cameo.com/twojudgeygirls2Podcast: ACast, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Dubai Fitness Championship is the next offseason event on the schedule. Sean and Tommy preview the men's and women's divisions, tell who the lead dogs are, who has something to prove and who could be a darkhorse for this weekend. Plus, another round of PRs and No Reps feautring some Thanksgiving Day first aid.
What was supposed to be a simple video of a proposal happening on a boat... Turned into a hilarious viral video! Plus, one woman caught something during Mariah Carey's Macy's Thanksgiving Day performance that we probably weren't supposed to see...And has fully exposed her!
Papa Roach coming at you with an all-new solo ep this week! Topics for today: Tom Segura pranks Josh Nick Sirianni gets Queef of the Week Pippen and Jordan are back (kinda) Qatar World Cup drama Family Thanksgiving festivities go awry Black Friday death toll tapers off Jay Leno's return to the stage VOTE FOR THE ROACHIES at https://tinyurl.com/3sm6h2yv Music: DJ Everyday “Watch This Drive” Check out the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thejoshpottershow Josh Potter's New Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpREVmHBIx4QIQLA5ZUx0wA Josh Potter's New Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Josh Potter Links https://twitch.tv/josh_potter https://twitter.com/j_potter https://instagram.com/josh_potter Support the show by downloading the DraftKings Sportsbook App and using the code JOSHPOTTER. This week's sponsor is PIA VPN: Support the show by going to http://www.PIAVPN.com/JOSH
Eddie has a new favorite word he can't stop saying, find out what it is! Plus, a recent survey named the top-quality women look for in a partner, who on the show guessed it right? Mailbag: a listener recently got engaged to her boyfriend of four years on Thanksgiving Day and is thrilled! But she doesn't like the ring he proposed with. She knows it's not about the ring, but he spent a lot of money on it and since she's going to wear it for the rest of her life, she wants to know if she should ask to exchange it or suck it up? We share our thoughts!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, this is what's important: The Thanksgiving Day parade recap, Contra Costa county, fashion hook ups, pickleball, political holidays, the Jonas Brothers, and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Apple's manufacturing challenges are just one of the story lines coming out of the recent protests in China. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - Black Friday's new record of $9 billion spent - How other retailers are competing with Amazon - NFL viewing on Thanksgiving Day setting new records (9:33) Bill Mann discusses: - Rising unemployment among China's young adults - How municipalities are "drowning in debt" - The challenges of sourcing ingredients and manufacturing in China for U.S. companies like Apple and Procter & Gamble Stocks mentioned: WMT, TGT, KSS, AMZN, ETSY, W, AAPL, SBUX, MCD, PG, YUMC Host: Chris Hill Guest: Jason Moser, Bill Mann, Engineer: Dan Boyd
Find out what Eddie got caught doing on the show and why he now has to bark in public. Plus, Amy's movie, 'Holiday Harmony,' came out on Thanksgiving Day and the show reveals if they watched it yet and their thoughts! Then, a listener calls in asking for advice. Her husband has a new female co-worker, and he bought her a Christmas gift after a recent conversation they had. She needs advice on how to handle this and we share our thoughts if she should be concerned!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
RUNDOWN To kick off the post-Thanksgiving and Seahawks bye week show, the guys tease their game recap before Mitch chats about his recent trip to the movies and their lack of interest in The World Cup! Then, Mitch and Hotshot provide reaction to the Seahawks overtime loss to the Raiders before diving into Michael Penix Jr.'s performance in the Apple Cup to cap off a spectacular regular season. Today's guests are CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, Danny O'Neil, & Brady and Joe for the Seahawks No-Table. The show concludes with the “Other Stuff” segment which covers TO & OBJ in the news, the college football coaching carousel, and a new pairing featuring a Pippen and a Jordan! GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Danny O'Neil | The Dang Apostrophe Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Do the listeners actually enjoy the discussions about Seahawks games on this show right after the final whistle? 7:27 | How did the guys celebrate their Thanksgiving Day with the family? 23:41 | The password for this week's trio of Beat the Boys games is unveiled. 28:39 | Mitch and Hotshot reluctantly provide their main takeaways from the disappointing overtime loss to the Raiders. 38:19 | Will Kalen DeBoer's high-octane offense persist if Michael Penix Jr. decides to leave for the NFL? 56:17 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back after a thrilling weekend in college football with the conference championships up next and a Husky team setting its sights on a New Year's bowl game. 1:23:12 | GUEST: Danny O'Neil swings by after his trip to Yosemite to take some cracks at Coug fans and express his concern about a letdown in the bowl game and Seahawks playoff chances. 1:45:25 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann hop aboard to break down the OT defeat to Las Vegas at Lumen Field on Sunday afternoon. 2:16:28 | The “Other Stuff” segment features topics ranging from misbehaving wide receivers, shakeups in the college football coaching world, and an odd celebrity couple featuring family members of Bulls legends.
On Thursday's Mark Levin Show, we bring you the Best of Mark Levin on Thanksgiving Day! If Mitch McConnell and other weak Republicans continue to work against the interests of Americans, then this program will lead a movement against them. We The People have more power than McConnell, Governor Chris Christie, and President George W. Bush, it's our country, not theirs. Also, what is the most important issue or policy that you think a Republican congress should be focused on? The Republican's first act was to give Democrats 12 votes to overcome a filibuster to codify same-sex marriage. Why would they vote for this rather take on inflation, gas prices, the border, etc.? Because they are led by McConnell, who will disappoint you at every turn. Also, the media are desperate for a war between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis. The media wants to knock both of them out to make room for a RINO for president. They shouldn't take the bait. Later, the two attorneys who firebombed a police vehicle in the summer of 2020 were charged and sentenced to a lighter sentence with help from the DOJ. Yet there are people that were held in jail for longer periods of time for never throwing a single Molotov cocktail, but simply parading and trespassing on January 6th. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Stephen A. comes face to face with an excited Michael Irvin to discuss the Cowboys' Thanksgiving Day win over the New York Giants. Stephen A. and Irvin debate which Turkey Day winner made the bigger statement: The Bills or Vikings? Plus, Bart Scott joins the show to react to Aaron Rodgers' recent confession that he's been playing with a broken thumb. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Ross breaks down all three games from yesterday's Thanksgiving Day slate before previewing the rest of the Week 12 NFL Matchups, specifically: Denver Broncos @ Carolina Panthers 16:53 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Cleveland Browns 17:33 Baltimore Ravens @ Jacksonville Jaguars 18:15 Houston Texans @ Miami Dolphins 19:00 Chicago Bears @ New York Jets 19:47 Cincinnati Bengals @ Tennessee Titans 20:30 Atlanta Falcons @ Washington Commanders 22:05 Los Angeles Chargers @ Arizona Cardinals 22:20 Las Vegas Raiders @ Seattle Seahawks 22:58 Los Angeles Rams @ Kansas City Chiefs 24:23 New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers 24:57 Green Bay Packers @ Philadelphia Eagles 25:32 Pittsburgh Steelers @ Indianapolis Colts 26:11 Download the DraftKings Sports Book App and use code ROSS for a sign up bonus up to $1,000 Connect with the Pod Website - https://www.rosstucker.com Become A Patron - https://www.patreon.com/RTMedia Podcast Twitter - https://twitter.com/RossTuckerPod Podcast Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rosstuckerpod/ Ross Twitter - https://twitter.com/RossTuckerNFL Ross Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rosstuckernfl/ 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) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), 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)/MI/NH/NJ/ NY/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. $150 in Free bets: New customers only. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 pregame moneyline bet. Bet must win. $150 issued as six (6) $25 free bets. Ends 12/31/22 @ 11:59pm ET. See eligibility & terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/footballterms.
A virtual room filled with some heroes - Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal recap all three Thanksgiving NFL matchups, starting with Bills at Lions (3:26). Then we hit Giants at Cowboys (17:11) and finish off with Patriots at Vikings (29:33). Note: timecodes approximate.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Thanksgiving Day, hundreds of people gather on Alcatraz Island, the famous former prison and one of the largest tourist attractions in San Francisco, for a sunrise ceremony to honor Indigenous culture and history. In 1969, an intertribal group of students and activists took over the island for over 16 months in an act of political resistance. Richard Oakes, a young Mohawk from New York, was one of the leaders in this movement dubbed the "Red Power Movement." Latino USA tells the story of Richard Oakes' life, from his first involvement in activism to his untimely death at the age of 30. This episode originally aired on November 2018.
Kellie just got back from the Kidd's Kids trip to Disney World, but that's not where she picked up her incredibly bronze tan. There's a lot that goes into preparing for Thanksgiving in Mexico, and Kellie's got about 8 hours to pull off a miracle. Everything a parent does embarrasses their teenager, but Emma Kelly asked Kellie to stop doing one thing…..and she's actually right to be embarrassed about it! If you're looking for some Thanksgiving Day entertainment that doesn't involve watching a parade or football, Allen has a couple of games that should get the party started. And it happens every year! People always message Kellie to find out the recipe for her mama's macaroni and cheese. She'll tell you where to find that, as well as her mama's peppered corn casserole. Thank you to our podcast sponsors! BetterHelp - This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. As the world's largest therapy service, BetterHelp has matched 3 million people with professionally licensed and vetted therapists available 100% online. Plus, it's affordable. Just fill out a brief questionnaire to match with a therapist. If things aren't clicking, you can easily switch to a new therapist anytime. It couldn't be simpler.No waiting rooms. No traffic. No endless searching for the right therapist. Learn more and save 10% off your first month at www.BetterHelp.com/sandwich. FACTOR is a ready-to-eat meal delivery that does all the shopping, prepping, and cooking for you, and then delivers it right to your door. Factor's fresh, never frozen meals are delivered ready to heat and eat in just two minutes! Head to www.Go.Factor75.com/sandwich60 and use code sandwich60 to get 60% off your first box. BÉIS - was created by actress Shay Mitchell ("Pretty Little Liars”), who wanted to make sleek and affordable bags, luggage, and accessories designed to help people travel effortlessly while still looking fashionable. Right now, Béis is offering our listeners 15% off your first purchase by visiting www.BeisTravel.com/sandwich.Ritual - Synbiotic+ and Ritual are here to celebrate, not hide, your insides. There's no more shame in your gut game. That's why Ritual is offering our listeners 10% off during your first 3 months. Visit www.ritual.com/SANDWICH to start Ritual or add Synbiotic+ to your subscription today.We would love your feedback... If you enjoyed this episode, tell us why! Leave us a review and make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform.Executive Producer is Riley Peleuses for YEA Networks / YEA Podcasts If you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Kellie and Allen as guests on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to email@example.com
It's important to have a day to give thanks. Dennis reads George Washington's original Thanksgiving Day declaration. A caller asks a question that will confront many Americans tonight. Dennis provides some useful answers… Also, we sleep safely because our soldiers don't. We owe them a profound debt of gratitude. Callers who born outside the USA call in to say how grateful they are that they live here now… A few tell stories of relatives who are not so grateful – in fact, they hate America. Originally broadcast on November 27, 2003. Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
00:00 How much pressure is on Dak Prescott to beat the Giants today? 42:27 Is the broken thumb the only reason Aaron Rodgers has underperformed this season? 55:34 Would signing Odell Beckham Jr make you believe the Cowboys could make a deep playoff run? 1:08:48 Benched Jets QB Zach Wilson apologizes to team 1:17:48 How much of a gap is there between Saquon Barkley and Tony Pollard? 1:25:49 Still buying Josh Allen and the Bills as Super Bowl contenders? 1:32:20 Giants at Cowboys final predictions Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
Chris and I discuss our Thanksgiving Day plans, favorite dishes, and why I have hidden the best wine. Danny Masterson is facing three counts of rape and possibly 40 years in prison. How does Scientology play a role in the trial? Todd Chrisley (just announced He got 12 years and his wife got seven years) for defrauding the IRS. Pete Davidson loves the paparazzi. Julia Fox may not be as annoying as we think. John Stamos defends Lori Laughlin's crime. Adele is back singing and crying. Jo Jo Siwa will never speak to Candace Cameron Bure again. Get extra juice on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoop https://heathermcdonald.net/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stephanie & Trey discuss Thanksgiving Day traditions, Trey's wedding dilemma, how Stephanie wasted $5,000, and who killed a duck!If you enjoyed this episode, leave a review and make sure you subscribe! If you want to connect with Brandi and Stephanie directly, message them at: www.instagram.com/brandiredmondwww.instagram.com/stephhollmanwww.instagram.com/bsthepodcastIf you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Brandi & Stephanie as guests on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.orgProducers: Mike Morse / Madelyn Grimes For YEA NetworksSponsors:Nutrafol - Get $15 OFF and FREE SHIPPING at Nutrafol.com when you use promo code WEEKLYDOSE
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Fr. Mike & Jacob discuss the penitential season of Advent and practicing gratitude throughout the liturgical season.
Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
Jonas and LaVar preview all three Thanksgiving Day games starting with Bills at Lions. Justin Fields gives an update on his shoulder injury and the guys share unique Thanksgiving traditions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Jonas and LaVar wonder how Sean Payton prioritizes potential coaching jobs in the NFL. Jets QB Zach Wilson is benched after getting the yips and dodging accountability. Plus a Thanksgiving Day edition of Over/Unders.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SEC Mike Bratton (@MichaelWBratton) and his Cousin Shane (@BigOrangeVolz) make their predictions for Rivalry Week! Happy Thanksgiving and shoutout to all our listeners after another successful season (1:00), Cousin Shane's ideal Thanksgiving Day plate (3:00), Egg Bowl predictions (11:40), Arkansas at Missouri predictions (20:00), Florida at #16 Florida State (26:45), Georgia Tech at #1 Georgia (33:00), South Carolina at #8 Clemson (37:00), #25 Louisville at Kentucky (42:30), Auburn at #7 Alabama (48:00), #5 LSU at Texas A&M (53:30), #10 Tennessee at Vanderbilt (1:00:00) Advertising inquiries: email@example.com Please help support the show by taking advantage of our sponsor's offers: GameTime SIDEKICKS: 15% off officially licensed NCAA team gear with promo: heybuddy GameTime SIDEKICKS Link: www.gametimesidekicks.com PRIZE PICKS - Daily Fantasy Sports (Matching initial deposit up to $100 with promo code: SEC PRIZE PICKS Link https://app.prizepicks.com/sign-up?invite_code=SEC All show music comes via Nashville band Crimson Calamity; check out their work by clicking the link below: https://open.spotify.com/artist/29HGeJEcYHBJlyt4xIcLBw?si=GJoEOr0YSoeqWkrjhCc0Ug Donate to cousin Shane's beer fund via CashApp: $thatSECpodcast We have t-shirts for sale! Check out our merchandise store featuring shirts, hoodies, stickers, coffee mugs, pillows, phone cases and more: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/thatsecpodcast?ref_id=19055 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode of Rumble, Mike shares his special Thanksgiving Day message to all he is grateful for. For more of Michael's work, subscribe to his Substack at MichaelMoore.com. ******************** Music in today's episode: “Thank You” — Dido “Thank Someone” — Amy Grant and John Hiatt ******************** This episode is brought to you by: 1) Anchor.fm can help you start your own podcast. Go to anchor.fm to learn more. 2) National Geographic Documentary Films and Picturehouse present the powerful and moving documentary, The Territory, available to stream on Disney+ starting December 2nd. 3) BetterHelp provides accessible and affordable online therapy from an experienced professional. Visit betterhelp.com/RUMBLE and get 10% off your first month. ******************** — Write to Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rumble-with-michael-moore/message
On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about their favorite Thanksgiving dishes, the Jets officially benching Zach Wilson for Mike White against the Bears on Sunday, and they look at the entire Thanksgiving slate and week 12 as a whole as they make their picks against the spread. Joining the progrum to chat about the exclusive FanDuel family boost on Thanksgiving Day is host of Up & Adams on FanDuel TV, friend of the progrum, Kay Adams (28:59-39:29). Later, Kirk Herbstreit briefly joins the show to chat about his Thanksgiving plate and the college football rankings and what we would need this weekend for complete chaos (52:36-55:20). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all you, we're off the next two days for the holiday. Enjoy Thanksgiving and an incredible weekend of football. We'll see you on Overreaction Monday, cheers.
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In This Episode: Cecil Lammey and Sigmund Bloom preview the Thanksgiving Day games in Week 12 of the 2022 NFL season. TIMESTAMPS 0:17 Bills vs Lions 6:55 Giants vs Cowboys 14:00 Patriots vs Vikings SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube page to catch all of the latest Footballguys videos, including in-season livestreams: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnMm... Don't have time to watch? Listen to the Audio-only version of this Show: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Save Time, Worry Less and Win More with Footballguys: https://join.footballguys.com/dynasty... Join our FREE Daily Email Update for the Fantasy news you need to know: https://www.footballguys.com/join Footballguys Players Championship: https://myffpc.com/cms/public/play/fo... Download Sleeper today! https://go.slpr.link/Footballguys Follow our hosts on Twitter! Cecil Lammey: https://twitter.com/CecilLammey Sigmund Bloom: https://twitter.com/SigmundBloom Footballguys Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fbgfantasy/ Footballguys Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/footballguys/ Footballguys Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/fbgnews watch on YouTube -> https://youtu.be/BUUtXIL5Aws
Mike Leone and Drew Dinkmeyer deliver their DFS thoughts with an emphasis on tournaments for Thursday's three-game Thanksgiving Day slate featuring Bills-Lions, Giants-Cowboys, and Patriots-Vikings. In this episode, we discuss: Optimal strategies for large-field tournaments, with an emphasis on correlation and ownership Links mentioned in the episode: Silva's Matchups Column - https://establishtherun.com/in-season-package/matchups/ Reynolds' Waiver Wire Analysis - https://establishtherun.com/category/waiver-wire-analysis/ Thorman's Snaps & Pace - https://establishtherun.com/category/snaps-and-pace/ Want ETR on your team this season? Our 2022 IN-SEASON DFS PRODUCT has you covered with: Fantasy Football Projections: Base, Ceiling, and DFS Ownership DFS Top Plays Silva's Weekly Matchups Column LIVE DFS, Betting, and Strategy Shows And tons more! All in one place. Subscribe now at https://establishtherun.com/subscribe/ $100 ETR COUPON: We have worked out a SPECIAL deal with BETMGM. Sign up for a new account using our promotional link and they will email you a $100 coupon to use on any ETR product. To take advantage of this offer, please follow the 5 steps listed at www.establishtherun.com/offers. FOLLOW US: Check out our social media channels for FREE fantasy football & DFS videos, analysis, and more: https://linktr.ee/establishtherun
NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode of Move the Sticks. To start off, the guys recap the Monday Night Football game between the 49ers and Cardinals. Then, the pair preview the three Thanksgiving Day games. For the rest of the show, the duo break down the potential College Football Playoff teams. Move the Sticks is a part of the NFL Podcasts Network.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Podcasts – The Mike O'Meara Show
Today, we learn why Mike is the BEST dad. Also, we get the deets on a feeding frenzy and discuss some TV done right. Plus, we talk to Dr. Curt West about some safety concerns that could genuinely save a life. Do not miss it.
Mike is joined by Amy Brown who stars in the new Christmas movie on HBO Max called Holiday Harmony. The movie comes out on Thanksgiving Day and Amy explains why she is nervous to watch it for the first time. Amy shares why being in a holiday movie has was always a dream of hers, what it like playing herself and the coaching she got before filming that rein in her performance. Mike gives his thoughts on how she did in her debut role and where this could take her acting career and how Amy was able to tap into her emotions after since taking acting lessons. In the movie review, Mike gives his review of the new comedy thrill in theaters “The Menu”. And in the Trailer Park, Mike gets into Will Smith's new role in the Apple+ movie “Emancipation”. New Episodes Every Monday! Email: MovieMikeD@gmail.com Watch on YouTube: @MikeDeestro Follow Mike on TikTok: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Instagram: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Twitter: @mikedeestro See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Maya Rudolph v. David Letterman, Tom Mazawey remembers Clockgate, Nick Cannon announces brat #12, a brand-new unsponsored Bonerline, Kyrie Irving remains sorry-not-sorry, George Will v. Biden/Harris 2024, and Drew Lane's Little League memories.Drew almost lost his phone and the world almost came to an end.Jon Bernthal will be playing Aaron Hernandez following the success of the Jeffrey Dahmer series.Happy anniversary to Spartan Bob and Clockgate.Jeff Bezos' former housekeeper is popping off against her former boss and suing the billionaire.When Drew was a young baseball stud, fake scouts would watch him play. We re-live his little league antics.Gen Z doesn't care about your silly work attire requirements.People are losing their minds over Elon Musk's Twitter plans. Sounds like cuts are coming (a mass trauma event).Kyrie Irving remains a pain in everyone's ass as he basically doubles down following his 'joint statement' with the Brooklyn Nets. Adam Silver is going to try and clean up all this mess next week.Nick Cannon is having ANOTHER child. That makes 12. Stop it. Here is a preview of a future show about Nick Cannon and his brood.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee.Gretchen Whitmer: The Michigan GOP is being mean about Big Gretch's modeling. Gmac Cash is shilling for Whitmer.There is no sponsor for today's Bonerline. SAD! Call or text 209-66-Boner and somebody email email@example.com to give BranDon tons of money for his hard work.Matthew Perry is the top author in the country.A local Democrat-turned-Republican is angry that Stephen Colbert didn't believe he existed.Tom Mazawey joins the show to brag about his 620 series, celebrate the anniversary of Clockgate (and the subsequent ride home), remember the 1985 World Series (for some reason), rip the TJ Hockenson trade, speculate on the Lions next RB and QB, declare Gisele Bundchen a witch and more.Paul Pelosi has been released from the hospital following brain surgery.The WaPo's George Will wants Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to go away. He's not as mad as Matt Damon was at the prospect of Sarah Palin becoming VP.Cher is banging a 36-year-old.Johnny Depp and Rhianna are joining forces to sell a bunch of crap.Maya Rudolph is still bitching about David Letterman pronouncing her name wrong 14 years ago.Taylor Swift's tour is ruining weddings across America.Shortages: Amoxicillin! Thanksgiving Day food! Baby formula!Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).