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Jack Benny Show - OTR Podcast!
Episode 617: Jack Benny Podcast 1947-04-13 (617) Baseball team, PHAF 1947-04-13 Threatening letter, and Jack Benny 1937-04-11 (253) Guests George Burns Gacie Allen (2022)

Jack Benny Show - OTR Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 114:09


Here is the youtube video https://youtu.be/wMI2W9HC_bsSome really nice episodes here!

That's On Point!
Clip: Leftist Tik Tok Is Threatening Me With A Good Time

That's On Point!

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 5:52


Welcome back, to That's On Point! Your weekly test of the Emergency Podcast System. Today we discuss the fact that Letfist Tik Tok is threatening to end Toxic Dating ractices if Roe is overturned.Website - https://www.thatsonpoint.infoMerch - https://teespring.com/stores/thats-on-point-merch Follow Us On; Bitchute-https://www.bitchute.com/channel/8SXcz1rqDyu7/YouTube-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRNHroldv9kuaatarS7uclAMinds: https://www.minds.com/thatsonpoint/ToP Clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn_fZ4JhHN05YLijsdmkYSQ/ Support Us On; Subscribe Star-https://www.subscribestar.com/that-s-on-pointPatreon-https://www.patreon.com/ThatsOnPoint?fan_landing=tru

The Bert Show
His Girlfriend Is Threatening To Leave Him Over His Bedroom Performance!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 6:00


His girlfriend is threatening to leave him over his bedroom performance, and he needs help! What can he do to become a better performer in the bedroom?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.

The World View with Adam Gilchrist
The World View - Finland's NATO Plan but Russia is threatening discrimination

The World View with Adam Gilchrist

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 4:17


Covid-19 complacency so says the former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The Nazi Treasure Trove hunters may have found buried gold in Poland.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Best of Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa
The World View - Finland's NATO Plan but Russia is threatening discrimination

The Best of Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 4:17


Covid-19 complacency so says the former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The Nazi Treasure Trove hunters may have found buried gold in Poland.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The World View with Adam Gilchrist on CapeTalk
The World View - Finland's NATO Plan but Russia is threatening discrimination

The World View with Adam Gilchrist on CapeTalk

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 8:05


Covid-19 complacency so says the former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The Nazi Treasure Trove hunters may have found buried gold in Poland. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto
The World View - Finland's NATO Plan but Russia is threatening discrimination

Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 8:05


Covid-19 complacency so says the former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The Nazi Treasure Trove hunters may have found buried gold in Poland. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Drive with Jim Wilson
'It's a disgrace!': Matt Kean furious over RTBU threatening to disrupt services

Drive with Jim Wilson

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 4:42


NSW Treasurer Matt Kean says the Rail, Tram, and Bus Union (RTBU) are "playing games" amid the latest threat to disrupt services. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shaye Ganam
Today's show: Rick Mercer is on tour, bee shortages are threatening Canadian agriculture and a woman in Calgary is killed in a road rage incident

Shaye Ganam

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 22:50


On today's show, Rick Mercer joins us to talk about the Just For Laughs Comedy Tour that he is hosting. Plus, honey bees are crucial for agriculture in Canada. Paul Kelly, manager of University of Guelph's Honey Bee Research Centre, joins us to explain. Also, a woman in Calgary is dead following a road rage incident in Forest Lawn. Global News reporter Tracy Nagai gives us the details. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)
Climate change is threatening to wash away a Mi'kmaw community on the Bay of Chaleur

Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 7:57


The CBC's Jacques Poitras visits Ugpi'ganjig First Nation near Dalhousie.

The Buck Sexton Show
Libs Threatening Supreme Court Justices

The Buck Sexton Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 18:02


“Nice Supreme Court you've got there- be a shame if something happened to it” is clearly what the lib activist wackos are saying to the conservative justices. The blue-haired, nose-ringed pro-choice banshees are shrieking outside Justice Kavanaugh's house in Virginia, and they aren't trying to persuade anyone. This is a threat, and it's a violation of law. But the Biden DOJ won't do a damn thing about it, because they are abortion obsessed cowards. Plus the Biden administration is continuing to fall apart, with Baby formula shortages getting worse and a monstrous inflation number expected this week.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk
471: Steve Magness - Why We Get Resilience Wrong & The Surprising Science Of Real Toughness (Do Hard Things)

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 65:15


Text Hawk to 66866 to receive a carefully curated email from me each Monday morning to help you start your week off right... Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: RyanHawk12  https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Steve Magness is a world-renowned expert on performance, co-author of Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, and Thrive with the New Science of Success and The Passion Paradox: A Guide to Going All In, Finding Success, and Discovering the Benefits of an Unbalanced Life, and the author of The Science of Running: How to Find Your Limit and Train to Maximize Your Performance. His new book is called Do Hard Things. Notes: “The best aren't concerned with being the best. They're concerned with being the best at getting better.” Confidence: Confidence needs evidence. Acting with bravado we haven't earned only works on easy things. It backfires on anything truly challenging. Doing difficult things, even if you don't quite succeed at them, is how you develop real confidence. How do you find a good mentor? Do interesting things. Be open to learning and guidance. Be motivated, driven, and curious about something. Put your ego aside. Do good, quality work. The difference between real and fake toughness. Fake toughness is easy to identify. It's Bobby Knight losing control and throwing tantrums in the name of “discipline.” It's the appearance of power without substance behind it. Researchers out of Eastern Washington set out to explore the relationship between leadership style and the development of toughness. After conducting research on nearly two hundred basketball players and their coaches, they concluded, “The results of this study seem to suggest that the ‘keys' to promoting mental toughness do not lie in this autocratic, authoritarian, or oppressive style. It appears to lie, paradoxically, with the coach's ability to produce an environment, which emphasizes trust and inclusion, humility, and service. Sustained Excellence: Observation: the people who sustain success over the long haul are rarely shooting for success. They are focused on the path. Their goal is mastery, which knows no end. What characteristics do the best performers have? Don't get tired of the boring stuff Masters of compartmentalization Can flip the switch Know how to lose well Cultivate perspective Delayed gratification Drive from within Creating an enemy: Whenever an organization, group, or individual works hard to create an enemy to pit their idea/group against, it's a sign you probably shouldn't listen. Us vs. Them is the easiest way to exploit human nature, to get people on your side. It often means there's no substance there. The best way to get the most out of someone is to make them feel secure enough that they can take risks and fail. Most of us don't reach our potential because we default to protective mode. Threatening & demanding makes us protect further. Security and belonging frees us up. “Growth comes at the point of resistance. Skills come from struggle.” “The fact is that often coaches figure out what works in training and then the scientists come in later and explain why it works.” What can we learn about success and performance from Eliud Kipchoge? He is not fanatical about trying to be great all the time. He is consistent & patient. His coach says that the secret is that he makes progress “slowly by slowly.” Motivation + Discipline = Consistency He told The NY Times, "He estimates that he seldom pushes himself past 80 percent — 90 percent, tops — of his maximum effort when he circles the track." "I have a mindset whereby I am a human being. I am walking around as a human being. I learn to perform well at the same time being grounded. And I trust that being humble and being on the ground is the only way to concentrate" "You cannot train alone and expect to run a fast time. There is a formula: 100% of me is nothing compared to 1% of the whole team. And that's teamwork. That's what I value." “To be precise, I am just going to try to run my personal best. If it comes as a world record, I would appreciate it. But I would treat it as a personal best.”

The NewsWorthy
Special Edition: Protecting or Threatening America? ‘Disinfo Board' Explained

The NewsWorthy

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 14:52


Earlier this week, we told you about the Disinformation Governance Board. It's a new group within the Department of Homeland Security. Officials say it will fight the spread of misleading or false information that could have real-life consequences, especially when it comes from the Russian government or human smugglers.  But there's not a lot of information yet about how it will work. Some even worry it will turn into something like the fictional “Ministry of Truth” that pushed state-sponsored propaganda in the novel “1984.” We hope to break down the arguments from both sides of this and clear up any confusion you may have after seeing some of the headlines. To help us do that, we're welcoming back the woman known as “America's government teacher,” and host of the popular podcast “Sharon Says So,” Sharon McMahon. This episode is brought to you by Pampers.com and kiwico.com (Listen for the discount code) Get ad-free episodes and support the show by becoming an INSIDER: www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider  

Underground USA
Shouldn't Those Threatening The SCOTUS Justices Be Considered Domestic Terrorists?

Underground USA

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 24:25


As the SCOTUS prepares to release its final decision on the constitutionality of the federal government having purview over abortion rights, pro-abortion activists have doxed and protested outside of the Justices' homes, scrawling death threats on the sidewalks outside and terrorizing their families. Where is DHS to combat this domestic terrorism? Frank and Matt discuss...Sign-up for our mostly daily mail out here:https://www.undergroundusa.comSupport Underground USA (BTC)https://commerce.coinbase.com/checkout/7b2d8c35-55b9-49ed-9918-f7cc6f2a488dSupport Underground USA (USD)https://checkout.square.site/merchant/SW8KGEWAS2A22/checkout/SXG24XFCOWMROX3D5IN42TB2RELATED ARTICLE(S):https://www.undergroundusa.com/p/the-overturning-of-roe-v-wade-would

JAMA Network
JAMA Ophthalmology : Multicenter Evaluation of Diagnostic Circulating Biomarkers to Detect Sight-Threatening Diabetic Retinopathy

JAMA Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 13:33


Interview with Sobha Sivaprasad, author of Multicenter Evaluation of Diagnostic Circulating Biomarkers to Detect Sight-Threatening Diabetic Retinopathy

JAMA Ophthalmology Author Interviews: Covering research, science, & clinical practice in ophthalmology and vision science
Multicenter Evaluation of Diagnostic Circulating Biomarkers to Detect Sight-Threatening Diabetic Retinopathy

JAMA Ophthalmology Author Interviews: Covering research, science, & clinical practice in ophthalmology and vision science

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 13:33


Interview with Sobha Sivaprasad, author of Multicenter Evaluation of Diagnostic Circulating Biomarkers to Detect Sight-Threatening Diabetic Retinopathy

The Big Show Hosted By Brad Hanewich
#35 The Big Show :: Leaked Audio Recordings Of Executive Producer Kevin Mears Threatening To Fire On Air Talent Matt Lautner As Host Of The Big Show And Offer Position To Baylor Bonham & Stock Martin

The Big Show Hosted By Brad Hanewich

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 3:46


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Coffee With Cory
Presence is Threatening

Coffee With Cory

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 10:32


In this episode, we discuss why true presence can be both highly attractive to other people, but also threatening.If you'd like more support and guidance, text the word “Podcast” to 1-631-305-2874 to receive free, daily text message teachings and practices delivered to your phone

The Real Word
The Class Action Lawsuit Threatening All Realtors | The Real Word Episode 219

The Real Word

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 23:18


Tomo will close 98% of loans on time - the industry average is just 40% Learn More Here ➡️ https://hellotomo.com/?utm_source=other_campaign&utm_campaign=bam&utm_medium=sponsorship&utm_term=0&utm_content=podcast_general On this episode, Byron and Nicole discuss a massive class action lawsuit that puts agents commission in jeopardy, Zillow adjusts it's forecasts, and Ryan Serhant comments on your brand. Subscribe to BAM Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/hZU-Vn Subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnIX8Sa_qObx2GFZhZ0maOA?sub_confirmation=1 Connect with Byron: Website: https://byronlazine.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/byronlazine Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ByronLazine TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@byronlazine 5AM Call Sign-up: https://www.5amcall.com Newsletter here: https://byronlazine.com/subscribe Connect with Nicole White: https://www.instagram.com/nicolewhiterealtor This episode's sources: https://www.inman.com/2022/04/25/federal-commission-suit-now-a-class-action-nar-realogy-vow-to-appeal/ https://www.zillow.com/research/home-values-sales-forecast-march-2022-30971/ https://www.inman.com/2022/04/19/ryan-serhant-to-agents-find-the-and-in-your-personal-brand/ #zillow #housingnews #classactionlawsuit

Communism Exposed:East and West
Six Crises Threatening America From Within and From Communist China

Communism Exposed:East and West

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 9:35


Six Crises Threatening America From Within and From Communist China

Ken Webster Jr
WJ 5AM_ BERNIE SANDERS THREATENING TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT

Ken Webster Jr

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 14:53


Mises Media
Political Upheaval Is Not Threatening “Our Democracy.” Our Democracy Is.

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022


The current political polarization in the USA is not a "threat" to "our democracy." Instead, democracy as we know it is the prime reason for the polarization. Original Article: "Political Upheaval Is Not Threatening “Our Democracy.” Our Democracy Is." This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon.

Audio Mises Wire
Political Upheaval Is Not Threatening “Our Democracy.” Our Democracy Is.

Audio Mises Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022


The current political polarization in the USA is not a "threat" to "our democracy." Instead, democracy as we know it is the prime reason for the polarization. Original Article: "Political Upheaval Is Not Threatening “Our Democracy.” Our Democracy Is." This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon.

The Todd Herman Show
The WaPo is threatening you. Red states are selling out to The Party - Episode 103 - 5MF

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 7:50


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Steve Deace Show
DeSantis Plays to WIN by Threatening Pro-Groomer Disney | 4/19/22

Steve Deace Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 95:12


Steve discusses Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' move to potentially strip Disney of its special self-governing power and why it indicates he's one of the few men in American politics who knows how to play (and win) the game. Then, Bobby Burack from Outkick joins the program to discuss some stories coming out of the sports world recently, including Colin Kaepernick's puzzling attempt at a comeback in the NFL. In Hour Two, the team plays a special game of Fake News or Not, as Steve lays out some theological trivia for Todd and Aaron. Finally, Pop Culture Tuesday talks aliens once again. Whether you want to support a restaurant that only buys from local farms, a coffee shop that took a stand against the covid mandates, or a bank that would never cancel you for your political views, PublicSq is your guide. Just download the PublicSq app from the Apple App Store or Google Play, create a free account, and begin your search. YOU CAN GET A FREE BAG OF RUFF GREENS FOR YOUR DOG TO TRY OUT – ALL YOU PAY IS SHIPPING! JUST GO TO: RUFFGREENS.COM. Better Spectacles is offering you an introductory 61% off their Go Specs lenses plus free handcrafted Rodenstock frames. Just visit BetterSpectacles.com/STEVE. Go to BUILT.com and use promo code “DEACE” to save 15% off your first order. Use promo code “DEACE” for 15% off at BUILT.com! Go to patriotmobile.com/deace and get free activation with the offer code DEACE! Veterans and First Responders save even more so make the switch today. Go to RealEstateAgentsITrust.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
04-12-22 - Emailer Kara Has Responded Again And Is Threatening Legal Action - Gives John The Idea For The Country Song Daddy's Fist - Easter Keg Details - We Ask Listener Russell To Weigh In On Kara's Email

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 43:49


Inspire Church
The Most Light Threatening Bowls

Inspire Church

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 31:32


Pastor Mike unpacked what it means to be a light as a Saint in his last message. Today, Pastor Mike teaches us how to remain strong in our faith without covering out light but instead letting it shine bright for all to see. Did you miss "Light of the Saints"? Catch the full message here: https://youtu.be/pHbyo91w-2M If you made a decision to follow Jesus, we'd love to take the journey with you! Click to Connect with our team at: http://www.Inspirechurch.live/online We are committed to helping people reach their fullest potential in life and we invite you to join us! To partner with us in bringing the word of God around the world, click here: http://www.InspireChurch.live/give Get Pastor Mike's NEW book "That Doesn't Just Happen" at https://www.MikeKai.Tv We would love to connect with you-- To find out more about Inspire Church, visit us at: http://www.inspirechurch.live/online Facebook: Inspire Church Instagram: @inspirechurchtv Twitter: @inspirechurchtv Twitch: InspireChurch

CBS This Morning - News on the Go
4/6: Severe storms are threatening millions of Americans, after battering parts of the south. The U.S. and its allies are announcing new sanctions against Russia.

CBS This Morning - News on the Go

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 15:25


Severe storms are threatening millions of Americans, after battering parts of the south. At least two people were killed amid the tornadoes, hail and strong winds in multiple states. Ukraine says there's video evidence that Russia is intentionally killing civilians. Video appears to show an ambulance being hit by shelling in the parking lot of a Ukrainian hospital. There's also footage from a suburb of Kyiv, where entire apartment blocks were destroyed, and hundreds are feared dead. The U.S. and its allies are announcing new sanctions against Russia. Oklahoma's state legislature has approved a bill to make abortion a felony in that state. The new CEO of Hertz says he will fix the problem of customers being falsely arrested after the cars they legitimately rented were reported as stolen. We spoke to several Hertz customers who were wrongfully accused.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Using the Whole Whale Podcast
War Crimes Tracked by NGOs & Pending Food Crisis (news)

Using the Whole Whale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 23:04


War In Ukraine Threatens Global Food Security, Likely To Exacerbate Food Emergencies Among Vulnerable Populations   According to reporting from The New York Times, the war in Ukraine threatens global food security on a large scale. Ukraine and Russia together account for nearly 30% of the global wheat supply and serve as a vital supplier of fertilizer, grain, barley, sunflower oil, and many other basic food staples. In addition to food security challenges within Ukraine, already vulnerable countries in the Middle East and North Africa (countries especially reliant on exported foodstuffs from the war-torn region) find themselves in an increasingly precarious situation. Over half of the World Food Programme's wheat comes from Ukraine, and emergency food programs in Yemen and other African countries may be forced to prioritize the starving over the hungry. Compounded by sky-high global food prices, supply chain issues, regional conflict, and natural disasters like drought, many food-insecure countries may end up in large-scale food emergencies as the war continues. Read more ➝     NGOs, Nonprofits, Governments, International Organizations & Citizen Journalists Come Together To Document War Crimes In Ukraine In an unusual alliance across many different actors, a multitude of organizations and outlets are working tirelessly to document war crimes in Ukraine. Human Rights Watch, an international human rights watchdog group and nonprofit with international headquarters in New York City, has launched a full-scale investigation into war crimes amidst newly reported revelations in Bucha, Ukraine. Large-scale citizen journalism efforts, including those produced by investigative journalism outlet Bellingcat will be essential to efforts to prosecute war crimes in international bodies like the International Criminal Court (ICC). Amnesty International's Crisis Evidence Lab is one of many more NGOs documenting crimes. (Content Warning: Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch's reporting includes specific details of war crimes and indiscriminate violence against civilians and may be disturbing to readers.) Read more ➝   Summary Fortnite finishes two-week donation period with $144M for Ukraine | Shacknews In A David Versus Goliath Battle Between NGOs And A Pipeline Company, Goliath Is Losing  | Forbes Taxpayer First Act Expands Mandatory E-Filing of Form 990  | The NonProfit Times Nonprofit Hits Milestone Protecting More Than a Million Acres of Rainforest So Far This Year – All With Public Donations | Good News Network   Transcript: [00:00:00] This week on the nonprofit newsfeed, we are talking about the second order effects of the war in Ukraine, as well as how nonprofits and international organizations working with journalism's are working on documentation of the war crimes and terrible stories coming out of this crisis. [00:00:17] Yeah, George, that's a great introduction. Our first story is about global food security and how the war and is. Threatening to exacerbate food emergencies across the world. So according to reporting from the New York times, the on Ukraine is threatening global food security on a large scale Ukraine and Russia together account for nearly [00:00:38] 30% of the global wheat supply and serve as a vital supplier of things like fertilizer, grain, barley, sunflower oil, and other basic food staples that are essential to the global food infrastructure. In addition to food security challenge. Within Ukraine that is now a food insecure country, already vulnerable communities across the globe, particularly in the middle east and north Africa are finding themselves in an increasingly precarious situation. The world food program estimates that over half of its wheat comes from Ukraine and in an interview the director of the, the world food program said that. [00:01:20] And emergency situations and Yemen, humanitarian organizations are being forced to prioritized the starving over the hungry compounded by sky high global food prices, [00:01:33] supply chain issues, the rising price of oil and gasoline, regional conflict, and even natural disasters. Many food insecure countries. That are currently facing problems because of the war in Ukraine, maybe facing large scale food emergencies as the war continues. And it seems like The downstream effects of this war could have wringing implications for months to come. And I think this is vitally important that we sound the alarm on because it's one of those things that's less visible. It's less flashy than a war, but could have serious, serious humanitarian implications. [00:02:12] The report also talks about these other contributing factors and the big one being involved. For example, in east Africa. Where they're saying that just, you know, due to droughts there, that they're just simply not keeping up with the amount of food and the shortage of food. And in and around Kenya actually led to like 1.5 million livestock being, being killed. [00:02:38] So, you know, It just, it adds up, but one of the things is looking at a problem before it happens. I think we're starting to see some reporting around that, but it's something that, you know, non-profits in journalism working on it to say like, Hey, you know, this is going to be a huge problem. If things. Planted right now on top of that, you look at potential impacts on farmers due to inflation, not wanting to overinvest in that huge capital outlay. [00:03:04] And it may be more than just capital markets, which find efficiencies, but actually like humanitarian markets saying that, no, literally we know it may not be profitable for you to plant, you know, twice as much wheat, but we kind of need it where you can get it. [00:03:19] Absolutely. Yesterday the episode of the daily from the New York times was about this very issue. And the lead journalist on that story was from reporting from Brazil, where the Brazilian government as been for us to be extremely proactive because the majority of their fertilizer comes from the region and advising farmers [00:03:41] that they are going to have to start potentially rationing, rationing fertilizer. So exactly to your point, the economics of this get really complex. [00:03:48] It's disturbing to read a line such as the prioritization of starving over the hungry. It's a type of global triaged that just felt like unimaginable five years ago, because we produced technically as, you know, a globe more food. And it was more about the distribution, right? The problem of last mile. How do we make sure that this bit of grain makes it to. [00:04:12] Final person on the ground and it was just resource allocation and now potentially a scarcity of resource. [00:04:17] Yeah. that's a good point. And it makes the, the downstream effects of that of of course are tragic, but focusing more on what's happening in Ukraine itself over the weekend, there's been outcry over videos and images showing. Just absolutely horrific war crimes and violence against civilians in the surrounding areas. [00:04:41] The suburbs of Kiev and the story here is that NGOs non-profits governments, international organizations, and even citizen journalists are teaming up. And creating a sort of Alliance to try to document these war crimes, which will be really important. So the, the story here focuses on human rights watch, which is an international human rights watchdog. [00:05:05] They're a non-profit they're headquartered out of New York city. They've launched a full scale investigation into war crimes. There's also large-scale citizen journalism efforts, including those produced by investigative journalists, journalism, outcast outlet, belling, cat. And these are going to be essential to documenting these crimes and attempting to prosecute them and international bodies like the international criminal court. Amnesty international also has a crisis evidence, lab, lots of different nonprofits and NGOs are stepping up to fill the void here because if you're prosecuting crimes, many of which are just almost too horrific to talk about on this podcast. You need evidence and it's very clear that the nonprofit, NGO community and civil society community, not even just internationally, but within Ukraine itself are stepping up to try to document these crimes. T to bring justice to the perpetrator. [00:06:02] Yeah. I mean, it's kind of weird maybe to talk about the laws of war. However, there are laws of war which prohibit willful killing, rape, and other sexual violence, torture, inhumane treatment, capture combatants and civilians in custody, pillage and looting. And, you know, frankly it's needs to be recorded. [00:06:23] And I think one of the things that we're watching is the most documented and recorded war in known history. And you know, is to say that you have a lot, a lot more eyes on this and a lot more technology distributed into the hands of the people who are living this nightmare in a, in a way that. Just not been seen before. [00:06:48] And, you know, it leads to, you know, we put a content warning on this that leads to a lot of intense reporting and then live sort of alleged it, which I think is important because there is there is a propaganda game also going on right now. Make no mistake. There are narratives that all of the parties involved are trying to push and support with documentations. [00:07:11] It's extra important that you've got verifying bodies such as the amnesty International's and human rights watches that can truly verify that like, this is, you know, this is not about helping Ukraine in ratchet up sanctions against Russia in the moment, but rather documentation of, of what's actually going on, which, which is, which is tough. [00:07:36] Yeah. [00:07:37] I think that's true. And when you dig into this. If You read some of these articles, I think you'll find that doing this is actually quite challenging. It's quite challenging to prove that a photo or video was [00:07:48] taken where, and when it is purported to have been taken. And it looks like this conflict is one of the first conflicts where there's apparatuses in place. Do kind of. Document that material in a legally sound way. [00:08:07] I mean, obviously you can't just like snap a shot of your photo. Like, what does that actually mean, do you know how that works ? [00:08:12] There's so not to get too nerdy into [00:08:16] No, I'll go nerdy. I asked it, I called it. [00:08:19] There, from what I remember there's a protocol, a 2020 protocol. So kind of like guidelines produced by , one of the universities out of California, Berkeley [00:08:30] UCLA, or something like that.. [00:08:32] And it outlines a process of due diligence for proving that this. A van tap in somewhere and it's kind of like a roadmap and actually the journalism outlet here Bellingcat is very well-regarded within this, this space. And they also have really, really rigid processes and documentation for how you have to verify essentially photos. They. Whether it's Google maps, they're using satellite imagery, video timestamps. [00:09:02] There's lots of different things. And it goes through lots of different review. Unfortunately, academics think that even with all that, it's still may have a hard time standing up and in front of an international court, like the ICC, but it's really interesting. And I think this is one of the ways that tech is filling a void in a way that it never has before. When it comes to potential. Producing evidence of war crimes in this way. it's it's really as, as tragic as it is. It's really interesting to see how tech is being used in this, in this. [00:09:36] I feel that it can feel like you're wait a minute. Like, how is this helping the moment? And you're like, how can you be documenting something during your presentation? You know, getting out there and just raising what you can to, to help support refugees and whatnot. What's important is to take the long view and to make sure that there is a established and enforced global policy of what is socially at a global level acceptable. [00:10:04] One of the things that has to be done is what is the true impact of this long-term because guess what? This is not the last time. Some, you know, somebody believes they're their, their destiny is to, is to acquire land once held long ago. If you go. You know, it, it was all held by the dinosaurs and they should launch an attack. [00:10:24] So how do you make it so that the global theater looks at this punish as it documents it and make sure that that is brought into the calculus of doing this the next time, which is a terrible thing to say, but the work of doing this right now is so important when you look back because it will build into the potential global deterring, bombing your neighbors. [00:10:46] So. [00:10:47] Absolutely. And when you look at the history of this, it really stems from the Nuremberg trials in which the team of lawyers with frankly, no jurisdiction had to make claims saying that these crimes were So. [00:11:02] atrocious, that it requires something beyond what any single country's judicial system could offer. To your point. It's so important that we have this, and of course it's not perfect. It's far from perfect. But every chance we get to document these crimes will be one more deterrent against them happening in the future. [00:11:22] That's right. [00:11:22] All right. What do we have on the summary? [00:11:25] This is going back to Ukraine, but in a very different way, we reported on this a couple of weeks ago that the video game fortnight would be donating their in-app purchase revenue to Ukraine. We read that story with amusement. Two weeks after they announced that [00:11:44] Fortnight and its developers have given $144 million to relief efforts and Ukraine, that is an amazing sum of money for one in video games. At purchases that boggles my mind. But to, that's an incredible amount of money in a humanitarian emergency like this. And I'm really interested to see what video game makers and companies, if, if there is a way to make this sustainable, because if you can, if you can turn video game usage and to humanitarian support, that seems like you're onto something, but this is truly incredible. [00:12:22] I was not expecting. [00:12:23] I mean, that's you, we covered it with interest, but this. You know, it, it fails description talking about, you know, it's clear that this is their bottom line revenue. This is not like percent of proceeds. Like this is the difference between, oh, we're sending 1% of all sales. Like this is what happens when you just change the spicket from, you know, pointing to your bank account to a social cause. [00:12:47] And it is it's incredible. And hopefully makes you realize that, you know, These communities are very, very powerful when mobilized. And this is just just the beginning. I think of how, you know, the online game, like think about it for a second. And the online game built around, frankly, people shooting at each other is mimicked war. [00:13:08] Actually saying like, no, no, no. It should stay in the game. And their response is pretty incredible. And what's more in this in this news article and, you know, they announced it on Twitter and frankly, the PR representatives of fortnight added that the company is just not taking further interviews on the subject and they just are referring people to the, to the website regarding the relief effort. [00:13:33] I mean, take a, take a beat and think about how. Sadly, how often when a company does a, a good deed like this, they just like, all right, now let's spend twice that amount on the PR and media push that goes associated with making sure the entire world knows what we just did. And this is the absolute opposite of. [00:13:53] Absolutely. I agree if this is a model for corporate social responsibility, I'm in. Maybe I can be converted [00:14:03] Yeah, [00:14:03] if given me skeptical [00:14:04] I'll buy a fortnight skin, I guess. [00:14:07] I will too. I was going to add a fortnight related joke, but [00:14:12] I have [00:14:12] play, do you play, have you ever played Fortnite? Here's a question. Have you ever played. [00:14:15] know. [00:14:16] So I, I have a, I don't actively play, but I did get into it because I realized how big the ecosystem was. And I did play it. I get it. It's fun. It's pretty social. You're definitely like getting along with teammates and talking with people. [00:14:31] So it's far more far more of a community, I think, than people may realize. And you play with people internationally, you dropped into these battle. Royales with a bunch of random people. And you're placed on a team and then suddenly you're cooperating and you're running around with somebody who's, you know, may have is probably of a different background than yours. [00:14:51] That's really interesting. You bring that up video games. Video games are very democratic in that way. And I think like harnessed back to my point, harness correctly can really lead to cross-cultural understanding and and potentially humanitarian outcomes. I, I think there's, there's a lot of potential. Oh, all right. I can leave this into our next story. This one is titled in a David versus Goliath battle between NGOs and a pipeline company. Goliath is losing and this article. Is about how essentially small nonprofits and NGOs and Virginia and West Virginia are fighting oil pipelines and through various legal challenges versus us fish and wildlife and various companies and various pipelines are winning. So there's, there's different pipelines. There's the mountain valley pipeline that it talks about. There's that equal. Equity trans midstream pipeline. I didn't pronounce that. Right. Those developers have invested $2.5 billion in this project, but an NGO in that case called wild Virginia, a conservation organization is putting up quite a fight. This seems like a, a movie or some sort. I think I've seen this movie before. But just really interesting. And just going to highlight the important role. Advocacy and conservation organizations when it comes to protecting our environment. And it goes back and touches on so many other themes that we've talked about, whether it's you know, indigenous access to land and preserving all sorts of different cultural heritage and environmental sustainability, environmental justice and racism elements. It's a good story. We recommend reading it from Forbes, but really interesting. [00:16:45] I think the timing of it also, you're going to see, you know, probably it's not the most popular moment with gas prices rising and frankly, Russia using it as its biggest key of leverage to, to, to attack and saying like, wait a minute, you know, have, have, you know, like what the, the immediacy of how much. [00:17:08] And gas production that's probably needed right now to, to stop to stop. Russia is also has to be balanced with the long-term impacts of saying we needed to make, to put as many headwinds as possible for the continuation of a carbon based energy. Policy, and it's tough to balance. Like right now, I gotta be honest. [00:17:31] I'd be much happier if you know, environmental movement in Germany have allowed for a lot less dependency on oil and gas from. From Russia and these are hard conversations and, you know, I respect the people that have the long view and can maintain the long view, as opposed to saying like in this one moment of crisis. [00:17:51] Yeah. It would make a lot of sense to get as much oil, frankly, slowing as humanly possible from the stores where they're kept. So that. Avoid this disaster. The problem is always, you know, fighting the battles of the day, ignorant of the war the larger war of tomorrow, which is truly environmental the environmental stakes which are huge and have of course social justice elements as well. [00:18:15] Cause we we can be hurting a lot of communities on the way to doing that. [00:18:18] Yeah, I think that's a great synthesis. I will take us into our next story. And this is one of those boring, but potentially important stories. And this comes from the nonprofit times and it, the title is taxpayer first act expands, mandatory. E-filing. Nine 90. I'm not an accountant, I'm on a tax expert. So please read this article yourself. [00:18:45] But the general gist is that new legislation under new legislation and the IRS is now required to provide notice to any nonprofit that fails to file a form nine 90 return or postcard for two consecutive years. And similarly, there are now new requirements for the electronic submission of form nine nineties. Do your own research, do your own homework. Just know that these changes are upon us. [00:19:11] Yeah, I'll just add from this article 4, 9, 9, the easy. Used by organizations that have gross receipts of under $200,000 in total assets of under 500,000 at the end of their tax year. So especially if you are a smaller organization, you know, send that around because, you know, potentially they're, they're looking at organizations that haven't potentially filed in two years, which could then begin to risk potentially because the IRS member tax classification and the 5 0 1 C3 might risk that. [00:19:44] So yeah. That it's one of those fun, you know what, you know what I think of when I see articles like this is the same thing when I'm dealing with like a really tough, random administrative issue for, for even Holwell and it's that like, I, you know, I'm not an accountant, I don't know these things, but there are people running nonprofits that suddenly have to be like, okay, let's dig into what this actually means and figure that out. [00:20:09] You know, it's the. The dirty truth of being, you know, the founder of a small nonprofit, or even have a company of certain sizes where you're just in charge of figuring out confusing things on a regular basis that you have no background in. But frankly, if you get wrong could mean could mean severe implications for the organization fund stuff. [00:20:29] No pressure, [00:20:30] No. Yeah, no pressure. I'm sure it's fine. [00:20:32] no pressure. Oh man. How about I? How about we finished with a feel-good story, Jordan? [00:20:38] Yes, please. [00:20:39] All right. This comes from the good news network and it's about a nonprofit that's hit it's milestone for protecting more than 1 million acres of rainforest. So far this year, all with public donations in September. The Virginia based nonprofit made a $500 million commitment to preserving biodiversity. And six months later, the rainforest trust and its partners have already protected more than 1 million acres of habitat. So far in 2022. The rain forest trust organization has safeguarded over 38 million acres of habitat since its inception in 19. Eat, and we really liked their model. It seems like they work with indigenous communities and preexisting organizations which is really important protecting indigenous communities and the countries that we work in believes Ecuador, Guatemala, Bangladesh, Myanmar. Cool stuff. We like protecting the rainforests ever increasingly more important. We spent a lot of time talking about global food security or insecurity that is you know, spread by things like drought, things that global warming and protecting our environment play a role in, so increasingly important, great stuff in this story. Love protecting the rainforests. [00:21:58] Yeah. And the stat here from rainforest trust is that 99% of the forests protected by them remain standing today and a non-profit as well on its way to protecting 125 million more acres by 2025 that you did it in way. That made me feel good. That's a feel good story. [00:22:16] I'm glad.

Moore to the Story
64: Moore To The Story EP 74 | Come Off More Threatening w/ Heidi Heaslet

Moore to the Story

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 54:31


Look at the Book
What Is Slavery Like Without Threatening? Ephesians 6:5–9, Part 6

Look at the Book

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022


What does it mean that masters are to stop their threatening? And how did that revolutionize the slave-master relationship?

Let's Talk About It with Will Johnson
Is Putin threatening nuclear war?

Let's Talk About It with Will Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 60:11


Is Putin threatening nuclear war? Let's Talk About It!

The Simple Home
116: Parenting Without Yelling, Bribing, and Threatening (Interview with Lindsay from the Parenting with Lindsay Podcast)

The Simple Home

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 47:11


In this episode of The Simple Home Podcast, I talk with Lindsay about positive parenting and how to implement strategies that benefit both the parent and the child.Having effective strategies to help ease the hardest moments of parenting are invaluable. Lindsay shares her wisdom with us on connecting with our children through discipline that builds relationship. Positive parenting has become somewhat of a buzz word, but before I really started talking with experts in the field, I had a misconception of what it meant. Positive parenting is not passive parenting (which may be the biggest misconception) and it's not a parenting "easy button".  Lindsay provides us with practical strategies to use throughout our parenting journey. Strategies that work and create a positive relationship with our kids while holding firm limits. You are going to love this episode!As you listen to this episode, choose one tip to focus on this week and gradually add more as you are able. Links From This EpisodeParenting with Lindsay WebsiteParenting with Lindsay PodcastThe Positive Parenting Framework BookAt Home With Kids ResourcesThe Simple Home ResetLearn more about the spending day with this episode!If you'd like to hang out more and stay motivated in between episodes, come join my free Facebook community. It's full of like minded people who are working hard to simplify their lives too! This work is easier done in community than by yourself so come over and join us!If this episode inspired you in some way, please take a minute to leave a rating and review on itunes. Use this link, click the 5 starts, and write a short review of the show! 

The Short Coat
Criminal Charges for Medical Mistakes: A Bad Idea?

The Short Coat

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 58:18


Nurse RaDonda Vaught faces jail time for an error that killed her patient, and the crew discusses what they learn and know about dealing with medical errors. While Vaught (convicted later on the day we recorded this episode) made some pretty terrible errors that justifiably ended her career, her employer bears responsibility, too...but so far is getting off without meaningful consequence. Threatening jail for nurses who make medical errors isn't going to help attract people to the profession, especially when their employers create conditions that lead to errors.

CBS This Morning - News on the Go
3/30: Violence continues in Ukraine amid peace talks. Another major storm system is threatening the South

CBS This Morning - News on the Go

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 14:19


Russia's campaign of violence continues in Ukraine -- despite Moscow's claim it will scale back the assault around the country's capital. Turning to the Middle East, five people were killed in a new attack in Israel -- extending the country's worst outbreak of violence in years. There are new developments -- after CBS News finds a gap in logs of then-President Trump's activities on January 6th. An emergency meeting is expected tonight to discuss Hollywood's response to Will Smith's attack on Chris Rock during the Oscars. Smith potentially could lose his membership of the Academy -- or find himself banned from future broadcasts.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Show & Vern
03/30 HR 1 – Are the Chiefs threatening or just flirting?

Show & Vern

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 49:18


- Chapter 2 of Mahomes era - Mayor Lucas comments on Chiefs possibly leaving for Kansas - Appreciating the Mahomes-Kelce-Hill trio - Nick's Notable Notes

Morning Mix with Alan Corcoran
Construction firms are threatening to down tools on housing and road schemes, we find out why from Director General of the Construction Industry Federation Tom Parlon

Morning Mix with Alan Corcoran

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 10:58


Director General of the Construction Industry Federation Tom Parlon talks to Alan about the problems with building, materials and house prices as construction firms are threatening to down tools on housing and road schemes....

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Frank Mendoza weighs in on North End restaurateurs threatening legal action- 3.24.22 Hour 3

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 38:20


Frank Mendoza talks about how outraged restaurant owners in the North End might sue the city over a $7,500 fee imposed by the city to continue outdoor dining.

The Overview
6. Are plagiarism rows threatening the future of music?

The Overview

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 21:42


Artists have always drawn inspiration from each other's work, but music stars have faced a deluge of plagiarism claims in recent years. So is music copyright fit for purpose in the age of streaming? Could the latest legal battles open the floodgates to more lawsuits? And is AI changing how music is written? This is The Overview. Presented by Julia O'Driscoll, with platinum-selling songwriter and record producer Crispin Hunt, legal expert Hayleigh Bosher, a senior lecturer in intellectual property law at Brunel University, and musician and composer (and podcast producer) Rich Jarman.

WIRED Science: Space, Health, Biotech, and More
The War in Ukraine Is Threatening the Breadbasket of Europe

WIRED Science: Space, Health, Biotech, and More

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 6:26


Millions of tons of grain may not make it out of the country this year. The shortfall could spread hunger and civil unrest worldwide.

Stand in the Gap Radio Podcasts
The Threatening Bear

Stand in the Gap Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 1:45


Dmitry Medvedev (Deputy Secretary of Russia's Security Council) said, “We will continue to fight for the world order that suits the Russian Federation and our citizens”. He went on to say, “Russia has enough power to put in place all the brazen enemies of our country.” What does he mean? Is this an idle threat or a threat to take seriously.

PGurus
Thowheed Jamath members arrested for threatening the judges who passed the Hijab judgment

PGurus

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 7:16


Hinduism is secular by design but try telling that to the US lawmakers. How are radical elements in India emboldened to issue death threats to judges? Where do they get their mojo? A sharp rap on the knuckles for the likes of VP Kamala Harris, Ro Khanna, Pramila Jayapal and Raja Krishnamurthy. #HijabVerdict #HijabControversy #ThowheedJamath #Hijab

The VegaBlu Show
Should Kim Kardashian be worried about Pete Davidson threatening her Safety after Name Branding?

The VegaBlu Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 12:09


Listen as Vegablu gives her thoughts on Kim's recent Women need to work comments, and Ellen Degeneres Interview. Vegablu also discusses Kanye's Blackballing and Pete Davidson past Bullying behaviors of Mac Miller that are reminisce of what he's doing to Kanye West. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thehollywooddeli/message

AccuWeather Daily
'Unprecedented' water levels threatening hydropower generation in the West

AccuWeather Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 3:32


AccuWeather Daily brings you the top trending weather story of the day - every day.

Skullduggery
Special Operation and Peace (w/ Andrei Soshnikov & Maryan Zeblotzkyy)

Skullduggery

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 57:51


Journalist Andrei Soshnikoff, with the help of insider Lyudmila Savchuk, exposed the Internet Research Agency, a troll farm set up by a Russian Oligarch close to Putin. It was a new disturbing phenomenon in the global information wars. This was the moment American's came to know the concept of fake news and disinformation. This came to forefront thanks to the groundbreaking work of the aforementioned Russian investigative journalist Soshnikoff and whistleblower Savchuk. who was disgusted by the murder of Boris Nemtsov. But the ability of Russian journalists to cover the news has now been challenged as never before. In the wake of Putin's latest and more vicious assault on Ukraine, the Kremlin has launched a harsh new crackdown on the press. Threatening journalists with up to fifteen years in prison for spreading "false information" and banning them from even referring to the events in Ukraine as a war. Soshnikoff joins us to discuss the state of Russian media. And also, Maryan Zeblotskyy, a member of the Ukrainian Parliament joins to discuss the latest from Western Ukraine.GUEST:Maryan Zeblotzkyy, Member of Ukrainian ParliamentAndrei Soshnikoff (@Soshnikoff), Current Time TV, former BBC journalist/Transparency International RU analystHOSTS:Michael Isikoff (@Isikoff), Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo NewsDaniel Klaidman (@dklaidman), Editor in Chief, Yahoo NewsVictoria Bassetti (@VBass), fellow, Brennan Center for Justice (contributing co-host)RESOURCES:Yahoo News' Tom LoBianco's latest piece on Putin - Here.Yaoo News' Niamh Cavanagh's latest piece on Zelensky - Here.Follow us on Twitter: @SkullduggeryPodListen and subscribe to "Skullduggery" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.Email us with feedback, questions or tips: SkullduggeryPod@yahoo.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Full Story
The Liberal party's toxic internal dispute threatening key NSW seats

Full Story

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 24:14


With the federal election due to be called in a few weeks, it's still unclear who will be running for the Liberal party in some pivotal New South Wales seats. The stalemate stems from a factional brawl within the NSW division of the Liberals, and it has led to interventions from the prime minister and the supreme court. Laura Murphy-Oates speaks to the Guardian's investigations editor Anne Davies about how the NSW Liberal's ongoing battle over seats could threaten the Coalition's chances in the upcoming election

Dennis Prager podcasts
The Dennis Prager Show 20220307 – 1 Who's Threatening Russia?

Dennis Prager podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 36:15


The excuse given for the Russian invasion of Ukraine is that if Ukraine becomes part of NATO, Russian security would be in danger. But who threatens Russia? Or do countries like Latvia and Lithuania want protection from a Russian invasion? Which is more plausible?... Russia's invasion of Ukraine wouldn't be possible without Europe's Green obsession… Dennis talks to Christian Watson, Spokesperson for Color Us United and a political commentator. His group is battling corporate wokeism See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Piper Carter Podcast
S2E134 - Call for Peace while Putin fires hypersonic weapons in Ukraine threatening to destroy our societies

Piper Carter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 79:45


On this episode we discuss call for peace in Europe while the autocratic regime of Putin is firing hypersonic weapons upon civil infrastructure in Ukraine and threatening to destroy our societies. Khary Frazier of Detroit is Different gives a brief history of the political challenges we see escalated into war. See him discuss the full history with Russ Ballant on the Riverwise Podcast: Link to episode: https://youtube.com/channel/UCS1j8NY7... Pilar Côté, NFT Evangelist talks about the use of crypto as a trusted currency in the time of war as well as the human trafficking crisis in the country and region and how women and girls are and will be impacted by this catastrophe. We fully support the anti-war movement in Russia and condemn the aggression of the Putin regime in Ukraine. Piper Carter Podcast expresses solidarity with all exploited and oppressed peoples. Momentum Is Ours ~Ending Violence Against Women & Girls' Digital and NFT Art Exhibit. Can find link to the virtual exhibit at www.Searchlight.Art -Now Calling Artists for the upcoming ‘We The Women' NFT Art Exhibit that's Celebrating Women's History Month. Can submit art at link on @pilarcote Twitter until March 8th deadline. Artist of the Week: IG: @mahoganyjonz Facebook: Mahogany Jones https://www.facebook.com/mahoganyjonz Website: www.mahiganyjones.com Listen to her latest song “Work”: https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/cHjbgKD... Follow Us on IG: @pipercarterpodcast Like Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Piper-Carter... Join Our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/piper... Subscribe To Our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pipercarterpo... Visit Our Website: pipercarterpodcast.com TUNE IN LIVE Tuesdays at 8pm Like + Share + Subscribe Detroit Is Different Podcast Network IG: @detroitisdifferent | detroitisdifferent.com Piper Carter is the founder of 'We Found Hip-hop.' Advocate for Women in Hip-hop, Hip-hop culture, Detroit advocacy, Artistry, and Youth Dilla Day Detroit. Support Piper Carter Podcast by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/piper-carter-podcast Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/piper-carter-podcast/5967022a-d37e-4385-aa44-634caab6d0dd This podcast is powered by Pinecast.