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PodcastDX
Monkeypox part 2 with Dr Tiffany

PodcastDX

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 29:18


This week we will discuss Monkeypox with Dr. Tiffany Najberg.  Dr. Tiffany Alexis Najberg Pronouns: She/her Physician licensed in the state of Louisiana Dr. Tiffany is a Board Certified Emergency Physician who has served in busy emergency departments and provided prehospital care as well as remote care since 2007. A transwoman currently transitioning herself, she is the first open trans woman Emergency Physician in Louisiana. She is a business owner who co owns her clinic, UrgentEMS, in Shreveport Louisiana. She practices urgent care, some primary care, and gender affirming care there and via telehealth throughout the state. Her experience in remote medical direction led her to begin practicing transgender medicine via telemedicine, as making it accessible to all, even in isolated locations, is something she cares deeply about. She received her medical degree at the University of North Texas in Fort Worth, completed her emergency medicine residency at LSU New Orleans (Charity Hospital), and her EMS fellowship with New Orleans EMS. She has been a teaching staff at Ochsner in New Orleans and St. Francis in Monroe, and has a passion for medical education. She still actively instructs medical students at her clinic. Her non medical interests include amateur storm chasing, writing, all things social, and she is a fierce advocate for public health, trans rights, women's rights, and lgbtq+ issues through her sizable online platforms. Dr. Tiffany goes more in depth about this new form of pox quickly spreading around the world.   Symptoms of monkeypox can include Fever Headache Muscle aches and backache Swollen lymph nodes Chills Exhaustion Respiratory symptoms (e.g. sore throat, nasal congestion, or cough) A rash that may be located on or near the genitals (penis, testicles, labia, and vagina) or anus (butthole) but could also be on other areas like the hands, feet, chest, face, or mouth. The rash will go through several stages, including scabs, before healing. The rash can look like pimples or blisters and may be painful or itchy.   You may experience all or only a few symptoms Sometimes, people get a rash first, followed by other symptoms. Others only experience a rash. Most people with monkeypox will get a rash. Some people have developed a rash before (or without) other symptoms. ​ Monkeypox symptoms usually start within 3 weeks of exposure to the virus. If someone has flu-like symptoms, they will usually develop a rash 1-4 days later. Monkeypox can be spread from the time symptoms start until the rash has healed, all scabs have fallen off, and a fresh layer of skin has formed. The illness typically lasts 2-4 weeks. If You Have a New or Unexplained Rash or Other Symptoms... Avoid close contact, including sex or being intimate with anyone, until you have been checked out by a healthcare provider. If you don't have a provider or health insurance, visit a public health clinic near you. When you see a healthcare provider, wear a mask, and remind them that this virus is circulating in the area. Monkeypox spreads in a few ways. Monkeypox can spread to anyone through close, personal, often skin-to-skin contact, including: Direct contact with monkeypox rash, scabs, or body fluids from a person with monkeypox. Touching objects, fabrics (clothing, bedding, or towels), and surfaces that have been used by someone with monkeypox. Contact with respiratory secretions. This direct contact can happen during intimate contact, including: Oral, anal, and vaginal sex or touching the genitals (penis, testicles, labia, and vagina) or anus (butthole) of a person with monkeypox. Hugging, massage, and kissing. Prolonged face-to-face contact. Touching fabrics and objects during sex that were used by a person with monkeypox and that have not been disinfected, such as bedding, towels, fetish gear, and sex toys. A pregnant person can spread the virus to their fetus through the placenta. It's also possible for people to get monkeypox from infected animals, either by being scratched or bitten by the animal or by preparing or eating meat or using products from an infected animal. A person with monkeypox can spread it to others from the time symptoms start until the rash has fully healed and a fresh layer of skin has formed. The illness typically lasts 2-4 weeks. ​Scientists are still researching: If the virus can be spread when someone has no symptoms How often monkeypox is spread through respiratory secretions, or when a person with monkeypox symptoms might be more likely to spread the virus through respiratory secretions. Whether monkeypox can be spread through semen, vaginal fluids, urine, or feces. ​Protect Yourself and Others Following the recommended prevention steps and getting vaccinated if you were exposed to monkeypox or are at higher risk of being exposed to monkeypox can help protect you and your community. Take the following steps to prevent getting monkeypox: Avoid close, skin-to-skin contact with people who have a rash that looks like monkeypox. Do not touch the rash or scabs of a person with monkeypox. Do not kiss, hug, cuddle or have sex with someone with monkeypox. Avoid contact with objects and materials that a person with monkeypox has used. Do not share eating utensils or cups with a person with monkeypox. Do not handle or touch the bedding, towels, or clothing of a person with monkeypox. Wash your hands often with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, especially before eating or touching your face and after you use the bathroom. ​In Central and West Africa, avoid contact with animals that can spread monkeypox virus, usually rodents and primates. Also, avoid sick or dead animals, as well as bedding or other materials they have touched. CDC recommends vaccination for people who have been exposed to monkeypox and people who may be more likely to get monkeypox. ​People more likely to get monkeypox include: People who have been identified by public health officials as a contact of someone with monkeypox People who are aware that one of their sexual partners in the past 2 weeks has been diagnosed with monkeypox People who had multiple sexual partners in the past 2 weeks in an area with known monkeypox People whose jobs may expose them to orthopoxviruses, such as: Laboratory workers who perform testing for orthopoxviruses Laboratory workers who handle cultures or animals with orthopoxviruses Some designated healthcare or public health workers Treatment There are no treatments specifically for monkeypox virus infections. However, monkeypox and smallpox viruses are genetically similar, which means that antiviral drugs and vaccines developed to protect against smallpox may be used to prevent and treat monkeypox virus infections. Antivirals, such as tecovirimat (TPOXX), may be recommended for people who are more likely to get severely ill, like patients with weakened immune systems. If you have symptoms of monkeypox, you should talk to your healthcare provider, even if you don't think you had contact with someone who has monkeypox. ​(Credits: CDC)

The Financial Exchange Show
Down Goes Housing In China // Never-Ending Wait For Diabetes Cure // Paul LaMonica Chats Disney & Six Flags - 8/12 (Hour 2)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 40:43


(4:51) - Chuck and Mike kickoff hour two talking about the Chinese housing market, which continues to plummet as citizens refuse to pay mortgages.(13:38) - Touching on the continued push to have cryptocurrency assets be regulated and investable at larger investment firms.(21:09) - Andrew Jacobs from The New York Times joined the show to discuss his article about a long-awaited cure for diabetes.(28:32) - Paul LaMonica of CNNBusiness called into the show to review earnings from both Disney and Six Flags.

Inside Sports with Reid Wilkins
Reid shares a touching tribute to Ben Stetler, and speaks to a family friend

Inside Sports with Reid Wilkins

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 20:43


Guest : Ashif Mawji, Stelter Family Friend and Local Businessman

The Financial Exchange Show
Gas Prices Fall Below $4 A Gallon // Major Increase In Social Security Benefits - 8/11 (Hour 2)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 40:43


(2:49) - Chuck and Mike start the second hour weighing in on gas prices, which have just fallen below $4 a gallon in the U.S.(15:01) - Touching on the possibility that hedge funds will have to start reporting crypto exposure depending on what regulators decide.(22:51) - Discussing how social security benefits are heading for the biggest increase in 40 years.(34:04) - Stack roulette.

RotoUnderworld Radio - Fantasy Football Show
Cam Akers touching destiny

RotoUnderworld Radio - Fantasy Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 124:38


PlayerProfiler Fantasy Football Podcast - Mind of Mansion, Ep 606: John Daigle (@NotJDaigle) and The Podfather wonder how much Eno Benjamin will impact James Conner. Will Cam Akers be a bell cow this season? Justin Jefferson looks the part of THE top fantasy wide receiver. ----------------------------------------------------------

The Financial Exchange Show
A Dip In Chip Demand // Elon Sells $7B In Tesla Stock // Disney's Sustained Struggles - 8/10 (Hour 2)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 40:43


(6:24) - Chuck and Paul open hour two discussing the easing of the global chip shortage, and how chipmakers are bracing for a drastic slowdown in demand.(17:11) - Touching on Elon Musk selling nearly $7 billion worth of Tesla stock over the last week.(22:15) - Weighing in on Disney's struggles as investors scrutinize the company's strategies for streaming as well as theme parks.(33:51) - Stack roulette.

Passion Connected
Ep 48: So You Found Your Kid Touching Themselves

Passion Connected

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 23:45


What do to to help your children through their first times discovering their bodies & what not to do! Find your child touching themselves? Learn how to help them grow up shame-free. Connect with your child, help them find out what values are and how to implement them, and give them the space to have bodily autonomy while remaining their parent.

No Such Thing As Love
Touching Your Love Language

No Such Thing As Love

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 51:05


Mistaken text identities, mismatched love languages, and missed calendar tasks. Claire did a some swooning and reflecting while watching Wolverine tap in some snug pants. Jessie has been working on what her new love language means now that she's out of her coffin. Both ladies want a pool but one on her finger and the other at her toes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nosuchthingaslove/support

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Tuesday 8/9 Hour 4

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 37:03


Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. Touching back on the raid of Mar-a-Lago. NYC blood centers are offering a different kind of "pint for a pint." Fan mail. A new rebate could pay you to replace your lawn. Man released from jail caught breaking into sheriff's vehicles. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rumble in the Morning
Sports with Rod 8-10-2022 …Broncos Fans can now wear what to games?

Rumble in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 8:51


Sports with Rod 8-10-2022 …There will be a “Black Friday” NFL Game in 2023 …Touching moment at the Little League World Series Regional Championship …Broncos Fans can now wear what to games?

Breakfast with Gareth Parker
Johnny Young breaks in touching tribute to Olivia Newton-John

Breakfast with Gareth Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 3:40


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Maria.Loving.World
The Sun goes Up

Maria.Loving.World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 0:50


As promised all without deceiving, The sun turned up in early afternoon... An oblique stripes of saffron, I can't help believing, Slide down tenderly, Touching a curtain soon... It covered with hot ochre The neighboring woods and houses, My bed, my pillows and my hair and cheeks. The sun goes up and up, it never drowses On summer days and endless summer weeks... Am I still dreaming or it's my reality - Sweet amber honey August and its bright temptation? Mortality turned into sudden tiny immortality - Almost unnoticed, but well-known transfiguration... You walked in a crowd, apart and in pairs, Suddenly someone remembered that today sixth of august old Transfiguration. Ordinarily light without flame Comes on this day from Tabor, And autumn, clear as a sign, It draws the eyes to itself. And you went through the petty, beggarly, Naked, quivering alder In the ginger-red cemetery forest, Burning like a printed gingerbread. With its hushed peaks Neighboring the sky is important And the voices of cocks Called to each other for a long time. In the forest as a government surveyor There was death among the churchyard, Looking into the face of my dead, To dig a hole in my height. Was physically felt by everyone A calm voice nearby. That former voice is my visionary It sounded untouched by decay: "Farewell, transfiguration azure And the gold of the second Savior Soften with the last caress of a woman I am the bitterness of the fateful hour. Farewell, years of timelessness, Farewell, abyss of humiliation A challenging woman! I am your battlefield. Farewell, spread wingspan, Flight of free perseverance, And the image of the world, revealed in the word, And creativity, and wonderworking.

The Financial Exchange Show
Americans' Inflation Expectations Fall // Pensions Having Worst Year Since 2009 - 8/8 (Hour 1)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 40:41


(7:33) - Mike and Paul begin the show discussing Americans' expectations for both the Fed's plans and inflationary levels.(13:32) - A deeper dive into what Americans are expecting after a survey showed that inflation expectations dropped sharply from all-time highs.(24:47) - A conversation about city and state pension funds, which are having their worst year since 2009 due to the rough first half of the year for markets.(32:20) - Touching on the cost of electric vehicles and how they may be too high for most consumers even with potential financial aid coming in the new climate bill.

3AW Breakfast with Ross and John
Grease actor shares touching tribute to 'delightful' Olivia Newton-John

3AW Breakfast with Ross and John

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 4:57


Barry Pearl, who played T-Birds member Doody in the smash-hit film, said Olivia's death is "a loss beyond imagine". (Image: Paramount Pictures)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hughesy & Kate Catchup - Hit Network - Dave Hughes and Kate Langbroek
Hughesy, Ed & Erin's touching tribute to Olivia Newton-John

Hughesy & Kate Catchup - Hit Network - Dave Hughes and Kate Langbroek

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 3:56


Hughesy, Ed & Erin's touching tribute to Olivia Newton-JohnSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Financial Exchange Show
Winners & Losers of Dems' Bill // Effects of Earnings Projections - 8/8 (Hour 1)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 40:42


(2:44) - Chuck and Mike open the week talking about Senate Democrats' passage of the Inflation Reduction Act.(14:59) - Diving deeper into the Inflation Reduction Act & identifying which sectors are winners and which are losers as a result of the legislation.(23:32) - Touching on certain companies that were hit extremely hard by the pandemic but are now hiring with relative ease.(34:50) - A discussion about earnings projections and how low expectations for companies can have a significant effect on markets.

Story Behind
Student Denied Entry at His Own Graduation | 80 Years Later Mother And Daughter Reunion Is Touching

Story Behind

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 10:44


Daverius Peters mistakenly wore the wrong shoes at graduation and almost couldn't get inside for the ceremony. ANDOne heartwarming mother and daughter reunion happened after 80 years apart, and it even occurred on the mother's 98th birthday!To see videos and photos referenced in this episode, visit GodUpdates!https://www.godupdates.com/wrong-shoes-at-graduation/https://www.godupdates.com/mother-and-daughter-reunion-after-80-years-gerda-cole/

The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
20VC: Raising $60M and Not Touching a Dollar of It; The 3 Decisions That Led to a Cash-Flow Positive Business, Why Not Being Able To Fundraise in the Early Days Can Help Build Your Business & What are the First Things To Break in Scaling Orgs with Sam

The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 35:27


Sameer Shariff is the Co-Founder and CEO @ Cambly, the company that allows you to become fluent faster through one-on-one video chat lessons with native English tutors. To date, Sameer has raised over $60M with Cambly from the best including Jeremy Levine @ Bessemer, Sarah Tavel @ Benchmark, Monashees, YC and more. Prior to founding Cambly, Sameer spent close to 5 years at Google on the Search Quality team and became the Tech Lead of the Search experiments team helping make experimentation a core part of the launch process. In Today's Episode with Sameer Sharif We Discuss: 1.) Entry into Startups and Co-Founding Cambly: How did Sameer make his way into the world of tech with his joining Google straight out of college? What were the 1-2 biggest takeaways from his time at Google? How did it shape his mindset? What was the a-ha moment for Sameer with Cambly? 2.) The Trials and Tribulations of Leadership: What does "high performance" mean to Sameer in business? How has it changed over time? What are the first things to break in a scaling company? How do the best companies retain speed and agility with scale? What are the single biggest hiring mistakes Sameer has made? What did he learn? 3.) The Fundraise that Led to Cash Flow Positive: Why does Sameer think it was so hard to fundraise for Cambly in the early days? When they failed to raise their Series A, what 3-4 core decisions did they make to get Cambly to cash flow positive as fast as possible? How did Sameer communicate their failed fundraising to the team? How did he do this in a way that rallied the troops and did not worry or scare them? What was the tipping point for fundraising to become much much easier for the company? Given they have not touched any of their Series A or Series B funds, how does Sameer think about the balance of growth vs profitability? 4.) Marketplace Dynamics 101: How did Cambly acquire the first 100 customers on the demand side? What is the most challenging dynamic of Cambly; demand or supply side? Where does Sameer see most marketplace founders make the biggest mistakes? What does Sameer know now on the intricacies of marketplace dynamics that he wishes he had known at the beginning? Items Mentioned In Today's Episode with Sameer Shariff: Sameer's Favourite Book: The Most Human Human: What Artificial Intelligence Teaches Us about Being Alive

OutRAEgous
What Happens in Vegas… Doesn't Stay in Vegas

OutRAEgous

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 58:14


Touching on sugar dating, and talking about a personal experience with poor David. Fight or flight, I'm catching a flight.

DailyPause
Guided Meditation: Touching the Expanded Sense of Self and the Localized Sense of Self

DailyPause

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 24:50


You can support my work and these recordings with a donation or by spreading the word. Venmo @kathy-cherry  -or-  PayPal.Me/KathyCherry1 Learn more at kathycherry.com Thank you!

TonioTimeDaily
Foreplay, not choreplay

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 34:19


“Getting in the Mood Getting in the mood is often both a physical and mental process for people. Not everybody is interested or ready for sex (any kind of sex) just because someone's partner runs into a room and is like “Hey! Let's have sex!” And so sometimes it takes specific activities to get people horny. There are no rules to which of these activities do or do not count as foreplay; whatever gets you in the mood is foreplay for you! So what kinds of things can people do to get in the mood? What activities or behaviours are good foreplay? These are good questions to ask yourself and your partners, but here are some ideas: Getting Comfortable Set the Scene: Flowers. Candles. A Sexy playlist. Sometimes cliches are actually great for making a moment feel more sensual! Other things to consider: Are the curtains closed? Did you brush your teeth? All of these things can contribute to the vibe of the space, which can affect how comfortable a person feels being intimate or vulnerable. Get in the Zone: What do you need to do to feel ready and comfortable for sex? Some people like to take a bath or shower. Some people need a moment to themselves to decompress from a busy day. Try and figure out what helps you relax and focus on the sensations and activities you're doing with your partner(s) in the moment. Practicing Safer Sex: It can be difficult to feel comfortable during sex if you're constantly stressing about getting pregnant or getting an STI. Using condoms, dental dams, or birth control can help put someone's mind at ease and focus on the matter at hand (aka sex). For condoms specifically, it can help to incorporate them into your foreplay; try keeping them near where you have sex, or give yourself time to roll around after you put the condom on/in before any penetration. Just because a condom's out of its package, doesn't mean there's a need to start rushing things. Touching and More Kissing: Foreplay doesn't need to be elaborate or fancy. Some people just need a good amount of kissing to get in the mood. Consider making time for longer makeouts. You can also talk to your partner if it feels good to kiss places other than their mouths (like necks, ears, toes, bellies, etc.). Massages: A massage can help relieve tension, as well as help partners feel more physically intimate. You don't have to be an expert masseuse to rub someone's shoulders or back or whatever it is that helps get them in the mood. There are also lots of body oils that people use to enhance the experience. Oral Sex and Masturbation: While oral sex and and mutual masturbation are wonderful activities by themselves, lots of people engage in them as warm-up to things like penetrative sex. If this is the case for you, spend lots of time on oral sex or masturbation! Edging your partner (or yourself) in this way can help a lot in getting people in the mood, which can lead to things like greater vaginal lubrication or more confident erections. Engage the 5 Senses: Foreplay doesn't just have to be about touching. It can also be about tastes, smells, sights, and sounds. Think about incorporating things like massages, chocolate, candles, mood music, etc. These examples may be a bit cheesy, but finding the sensations that work for you and your partner(s) can also help get everyone in the mood.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

Sexual Confidence on Tap
Episode 48: Summer Lovin' Pt 4: Touching like Lovers Do

Sexual Confidence on Tap

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 37:54


Episode 48: Summer Lovin' Pt 4: Touching like Lovers Do by Sexual Confidence on Tap

The Financial Exchange Show
Gas Prices Still Declining // Inaccurate Credit Scores From Equifax // Starbucks' Strong Sales - 8/3 (Hour 2)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 40:42


(1:54) - Opening hour two with a discussion about gas prices, which have declined for 49 straight days in the U.S.(14:10) - Touching on Equifax sending inaccurate credit scores to millions of consumers between mid March and early April.(22:05) - A conversation about Starbucks, which saw strong Q2 sales in the U.S. in large part due to cold beverages.(34:49) - Stack roulette.

Spiritual Hot Mom Sh*t
WHY your morning routine matters & my own spiritual hot mom daily checklist

Spiritual Hot Mom Sh*t

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 30:15


Your manifestations come with consistent alignment to your inner goddess & highest self✨ in todays episode diving into a radiant replay of one of our best podcasts! Touching on the importance of morning rituals, my own spiritual hot mom daily checklist, and how to create your own

The Psychedelic Entrepreneur - Medicine for These Times with Beth Weinstein
5-MeO-DMT Harm Reduction & Education with Victoria Wueschner

The Psychedelic Entrepreneur - Medicine for These Times with Beth Weinstein

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 59:47


Victoria is the founder and president of Kaivalya's education platform F.I.V.E (5-MeO-DMT Information and Vital Education). Her mission at F.I.V.E is to provide the world with a centralized hub for all resources and education on 5-MeO-DMT, in hopes of bringing awareness to the ethics, integrity, and safety of 5-MeO-DMT.Victoria's first introduction into the world of healing was through plant medicine. Knowing she had found her path, Victoria explored the world, working with different psychedelic plant medicines over the span of a decade, with both indigenous and modern teachers. In 2016 she set out to complete her Yoga teacher training in Bali, which allowed her to gain further insight into the different lenses used in spirituality. After returning to her home in Vancouver Island to share these gifts, she continued to peruse her fascination with plant medicines.After taking time to honor her own process and growth, Victoria stepped into the role of a medical practitioner. In early 2019 she completed her Kambo training and certification through IAKP in Thailand. Later that year, Victoria then completed her first training with the powerful medicine 5-MeO-DMT, said to be the most powerful psychoactive experience known to man. Longing to deepen her understanding of medicine, she continued 2 more consecutive trainings over the span of a year. Deeply moved by the force of this medicine, she immersed herself in the toad community, learning all she could in order to best serve this powerful medicine to the world.Deeply intrigued by Joseph Campbell's work, she studied the Hero's Journey at length and later applied it as a geographical lens in her work to assist participants to effortlessly move into their own innermost workings. Choosing to continue her education to best support others, she enrolled in a year-long psychedelic integration training, where she chose to specialize in the 5-MeO-DMT integration process. Her dedication to her craft earned her a position with the international psychedelic wellness company Kaivalya Kollectiv, where she works as both the head of education and a retreat leader, applying all she has learned over her years.In this episode, Victoria Wueschner and Beth Weinstein discuss …▶ Victoria's inspiration for coming onto the medicine path: the question “Who am I?”▶ How 5-MeO-DMT finally gave her the answer to “Who am I?”, which catalyzed a huge “falling away” process▶ Returning to her city life after her 5-MeO-DMT awakening and feeling that everything from her life before no longer fit and simultaneously feeling a huge sense of possibility▶ How Victoria dedicated herself to a deep study of 5-MeO-DMT by working with various different well-qualified facilitators▶ Meeting people where they are at as a 5-MeO-DMT facilitator and supporting them to make long lasting transformational change in their lives▶The different types of retreat containers that Victoria and her partner, Joël Brierre, offer at their retreat center, Tandava Retreats in Tepoztlan, Mexico▶ Tandava Retreats' group/private hybrid model▶ The robust, virtual preparation and integration support included in their retreat package▶ F.I.V.E., the world's first centralized resource hub for 5-MeO-DMT education, which Victoria created▶ 5-MeO-DMT as a ‘new' medicine without a known indigenous tradition behind it informing best practices▶ The pull some people feel after experiencing the profundity of the medicine to serve it before they are qualified▶ Touching into ego death on 5-MeO-DMT and coming out of the experience with a totally new perspective▶ How the ego moves through different thresholds inside of the medicine experience and layers of identity can fall away▶ How Victoria integrates Joseph Campbell's hero's journey work with her clients▶ The universality of experiencing a catharsis on 5-MeO-DMT▶ Working with smaller doses of 5-MeO-DMT in “group dives”, which allows people to experience the medicine in community while still being present in the body▶ The phenomenon of people holding retreats that offer experiences of multiple medicines and the potential for this to be damaging▶ The new retreat center in Costa Rica that Victoria and her partner are opening next yearVictoria Wueschner's Links & Resources▶ Website: https://sacredsurrendermedicine.com ▶ Website: https://tandavaretreats.com▶ Website: https://five-meo.education▶ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tandava_retreats/▶ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/victoria.wueschner▶ Linkedin: https://mx.linkedin.com/in/victoria-wueschner

The Financial Exchange Show
Effects of Pelosi's Taiwan Trip // Chipmakers Fight For Funding // Ford's Best Month Since '09 - 8/2 (Hour 1)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 40:39


(1:14) - Tuesday's show opens with a conversation about Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan and possible economic effects that it could have.(13:08) - Weighing in on a bill that will give financial support to U.S. chipmakers. The bill is current sitting on President Biden's desk.(23:24) - Touching on Uber, which is up nearly 20% after posting record revenue in Q2.(34:11) - A discussion about Ford's stock surge after posting its best month since The Great Recession.

PodcastDX
Monkeypox Part 1

PodcastDX

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 18:10


This week we will discuss the basics about Monkeypox.  We will have Dr. Tiffany Najberg on the show in two weeks to go more in depth about this new form of pox quickly spreading around the world.     Symptoms of monkeypox can include: Fever Headache Muscle aches and backache Swollen lymph nodes Chills Exhaustion Respiratory symptoms (e.g. sore throat, nasal congestion, or cough) A rash that may be located on or near the genitals (penis, testicles, labia, and vagina) or anus (butthole) but could also be on other areas like the hands, feet, chest, face, or mouth. The rash will go through several stages, including scabs, before healing. The rash can look like pimples or blisters and may be painful or itchy.   You may experience all or only a few symptoms Sometimes, people get a rash first, followed by other symptoms. Others only experience a rash. Most people with monkeypox will get a rash. Some people have developed a rash before (or without) other symptoms. Monkeypox symptoms usually start within 3 weeks of exposure to the virus. If someone has flu-like symptoms, they will usually develop a rash 1-4 days later. Monkeypox can be spread from the time symptoms start until the rash has healed, all scabs have fallen off, and a fresh layer of skin has formed. The illness typically lasts 2-4 weeks.   If You Have a New or Unexplained Rash or Other Symptoms... Avoid close contact, including sex or being intimate with anyone, until you have been checked out by a healthcare provider. If you don't have a provider or health insurance, visit a public health clinic near you. When you see a healthcare provider, wear a mask, and remind them that this virus is circulating in the area. Monkeypox spreads in a few ways. Monkeypox can spread to anyone through close, personal, often skin-to-skin contact, including: Direct contact with monkeypox rash, scabs, or body fluids from a person with monkeypox. Touching objects, fabrics (clothing, bedding, or towels), and surfaces that have been used by someone with monkeypox. Contact with respiratory secretions. This direct contact can happen during intimate contact, including: Oral, anal, and vaginal sex or touching the genitals (penis, testicles, labia, and vagina) or anus (butthole) of a person with monkeypox. Hugging, massage, and kissing. Prolonged face-to-face contact. Touching fabrics and objects during sex that were used by a person with monkeypox and that have not been disinfected, such as bedding, towels, fetish gear, and sex toys. A pregnant person can spread the virus to their fetus through the placenta. It's also possible for people to get monkeypox from infected animals, either by being scratched or bitten by the animal or by preparing or eating meat or using products from an infected animal. A person with monkeypox can spread it to others from the time symptoms start until the rash has fully healed and a fresh layer of skin has formed. The illness typically lasts 2-4 weeks. Scientists are still researching: If the virus can be spread when someone has no symptoms How often monkeypox is spread through respiratory secretions, or when a person with monkeypox symptoms might be more likely to spread the virus through respiratory secretions. Whether monkeypox can be spread through semen, vaginal fluids, urine, or feces. Protect Yourself and Others Following the recommended prevention steps and getting vaccinated if you were exposed to monkeypox or are at higher risk of being exposed to monkeypox can help protect you and your community. Take the following steps to prevent getting monkeypox: Avoid close, skin-to-skin contact with people who have a rash that looks like monkeypox. Do not touch the rash or scabs of a person with monkeypox. Do not kiss, hug, cuddle or have sex with someone with monkeypox. Avoid contact with objects and materials that a person with monkeypox has used. Do not share eating utensils or cups with a person with monkeypox. Do not handle or touch the bedding, towels, or clothing of a person with monkeypox. Wash your hands often with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, especially before eating or touching your face and after you use the bathroom. In Central and West Africa, avoid contact with animals that can spread monkeypox virus, usually rodents and primates. Also, avoid sick or dead animals, as well as bedding or other materials they have touched. CDC recommends vaccination for people who have been exposed to monkeypox and people who may be more likely to get monkeypox. People more likely to get monkeypox include: People who have been identified by public health officials as a contact of someone with monkeypox People who are aware that one of their sexual partners in the past 2 weeks has been diagnosed with monkeypox People who had multiple sexual partners in the past 2 weeks in an area with known monkeypox People whose jobs may expose them to orthopoxviruses, such as: Laboratory workers who perform testing for orthopoxviruses Laboratory workers who handle cultures or animals with orthopoxviruses Some designated healthcare or public health workers Treatment There are no treatments specifically for monkeypox virus infections. However, monkeypox and smallpox viruses are genetically similar, which means that antiviral drugs and vaccines developed to protect against smallpox may be used to prevent and treat monkeypox virus infections. Antivirals, such as tecovirimat (TPOXX), may be recommended for people who are more likely to get severely ill, like patients with weakened immune systems. If you have symptoms of monkeypox, you should talk to your healthcare provider, even if you don't think you had contact with someone who has monkeypox. (Credits: CDC)

The Financial Exchange Show
Will The July Rally Last? // Investors Bet on Tech Stocks // Liz Claman of FOX Business - 8/1 (Hour 1)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 40:40


(1:58) - Chuck and Mike open the first show of August recapping the July rally and talking about why many investors fear the momentum won't last.(17:19) - Touching on investors' recent big bets on tech stocks, which have suffered greatly so far in 2022.(23:23) - Previewing the slew of earnings coming in this week, including Starbucks and Activision Blizzard.(31:31) - Liz Claman of FOX Business joined the show to discuss the current state of markets and the economy.

The Appraiser Coach Podcast
769 Now, More Than Ever, You Should Be "Touching" Your Clients

The Appraiser Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 19:07


Interest rates have gone up and mortgage applications have gone down. While some appraisers may still be waiting for the fax machine to ring, you shouldn't be. Here are a few things you can do to be an appraiser who is always busy.

Steamy Stories Podcast

Two pedestrians collide fatefully.by  maxicue. Listen to the Podcast at Steamy Stories. Joe slid through the crowd on the street, not in a hurry, just enjoying it, like it was some kind of game, call it Body Avoidance, a challenge of finding the gaps just large enough to pass through untouched while the bodies continued moving in somewhat predictable ways, though the unpredictable could always happen, adding to the challenge and the fun, that quick burst bypassing the unexpected shift. He loved this game ever since moving to New York, at first when he worked at a copy place in Grand Central Station (nearby where he happened to be sliding through at the moment), especially busy streets around there, especially at rush hours and lunch, and further challenged when he carried heavy packages of copies destined for publishing houses, often pocketing the cab money given to him to walk even farther through more busy streets carrying those burdens. And then when he became busboy and then waiter at the restaurant at Max's Kansas City, a punk club with the music upstairs and the restaurant where he worked downstairs, sliding through crowds of kids his age on weekend nights. It felt like a kind of dance, especially at the club, even with his own special tempo.This time though, for the first time ever as far as he could recall, he collided with someone who seemed to appear out of nowhere, his height of six and a half feet always helping his vision and his traversing perhaps missing her much smaller frame, at least a foot shorter, probably closer to a foot and a half, but more it seemed like she stepped into the narrow passage he'd found as if on purpose, finding the perfect moment for collision. But of course that would have been impossible, her knowing when to get in his way, when he'd happen to be sliding through at that very moment, unless fate could be considered purposeful.“Asshole,” the young woman growled from the concrete in which his impact sent her, landing on her ass and a hand that prevented something worse like concussion and scraping it for the trouble. With him stopped standing over her, the crowd flowed around the sudden impediment like cattle somehow avoiding stampeding, though less animal and more human since the flow went both ways.He looked down at a blonde waif, skinny and frail, her t shirt and jeans too big for her and looking well past new, the t shirt white with a band logo he was unfamiliar with showing every stain, and there were many, the jeans showing a small right kneecap where the cloth had frayed. The navy peacoat, too warm for the balmy, almost summerlike weather unusual this early in the year, splayed open.“I'm so sorry,” Joe exclaimed, and when his stretched out hand was avoided by her, he insisted, “Let me help you up.” She finally allowed his large hand to take hold of her small slim one aiding her to standing. “I didn't see you,” he added.“Obviously,” she smirked, adjusting her stuffed and scuffed red backpack on her shoulders.“Hungry?” he asked.“I could eat,” she half smiled.He guided her across the street and to the end of the block where one of the last of the Horn and Hardarts automats existed and put coins into the slots for her tuna sandwich and chips and for his egg salad. He bought her a Coke and he got coffee. She used the toilet there to clean her scrape amongst other things since she took a while, which worried him, thinking she might have run off, but of course she didn't, having food waiting for her.“I'm Joe,” he told her.“Jenny,” she replied before filling her mouth with a bite of sandwich.They said nothing for a while since she devoured her food, obviously needing it.“Anything else?” he asked.“Maybe a pie? The lemon meringue looked tempting.”“Okay if we share?” he asked.“That's fine.”“Uhm, are you going to stay?” He looked at her, saw her eyes pooling and she sniffled. “Please?”Her smile nearly broke his heart when she replied, “Nowhere better to be.”“Good. After we eat, let's get that scrape taken care of.”“Okay.”They stayed, talking over the small empty plate.“Where are you from?” he asked.“The Twin Cities. Minneapolis.”“No shit! Me too!”“No shit!”“No shit. Where?”“Robbinsdale.”“Golden Valley.”“No shit?”“No shit.”The two suburbs were neighbors, Robbinsdale more middle class than Golden Valley, which tended to be more upper middle class, a lot of professionals, doctors, lawyers and professors, his dad being of the latter type.Fate.“You work around here?” she asked, since Joe had dressed up in a jacket and tie, the tie loose around his neck.“I used to,” he told her. “I'm actually applying for jobs presently.”“Presently,” she giggled.“Sorry. I tend to talk like I have a stick up my butt.”“No, it's cute.”“Glad you think so,” he chuckled.“How's the job search going?” she asked.“Not great unfortunately. My uncle's an executive at the William Morris Agency, and I hoped that might help, but I guess he's against nepotism. It's possible I'll get a job in their mail room. I applied at other offices, but I'm making a career change, or hoping to, and have got little experience.”“From what?” she asked.“I used to be a waiter at Max's Kansas City.”“No shit!”“No shit.”“Why not stay there?”“I needed a change,” he murmured, unconsciously stroking his arm.Jenny sensing Joe's discomfort regarding the subject wisely ended that line of inquiry. “What's the William Morris Agency?” she asked instead.“It's one of the largest talent agencies in America,” he told her.“Cool.”“Yeah. It's had its perks. Getting turned on to Bowie early because my uncle wrote the contract that signed him. Meeting cool stars at a party at his house upstate. Going to openings like the movie Hair and Apocalypse Now, the last a brand new print and sitting close.”“Is that cool?” she asked.“Pretty cool,” he chuckled.When they left the automat, he told her, “Let's get you some anti-bacteria for your scrape and Band-Aids. I know a drugstore nearby.”“You don't have anything at home?” she asked, surprising him.“Um…you sure?”“I'm sure,” she smiled, and he could see those pretty blue eyes pool again.“I can get something on the way,” he decided.“Great!”Since the drugstore was close by, he went there anyway, and while getting the first aid stuff, she waited for him near the counter. “Need any of these?” she blushed, pointing to the rack of condoms.His cock stiffened in his pants while he grabbed a sixpack of lubricated Trojans. She stayed his hand and grabbed a twelve pack instead. “Holy shit,” he thought.Both were blushing while he made the purchase.They walked over to Grand Central and took the subway south to Fourteenth Street close to where he lived. They entered a door between a couple non-descript store fronts and climbed the stairs three floors, Joe unlocking a door on the left at the top. Fortunately none of his roommates were around in the shared area, probably sleeping since they tended to keep vampire hours, and Joe guided Jenny down a hallway, taking a sharp right and, pushing aside a beaded curtain, gestured her through. He had by far the largest bedroom in the three bedroom apartment, a couple large windows unfortunately facing the wall of another building. Unfortunate not for the view, but for the easy access from the roof to the room, the probable path taken when someone broke in and stole his record collection and his typewriter not long before. Or they could have just walked in, because he knew the probable culprit, since he'd seen the junkie just off St. Marks selling his records, a regular at Max's.“Sorry for the mess,” he apologized, and Joe was a definite slob.“No problem,” she responded. “Beggars can't be choosers.”“Jenny?”“Mind if I take a shower?” she sniffled.“Not at all. Just a second.” He knelt in front of a small cabinet and grabbed a towel for her. “The red door on the right,” he told her.For some reason they'd painted the bathroom a deep red, including the door, the rest of the apartment with white walls.He cleaned up his place while she showered, neatening the books and papers on the coffee table, the table on which he used to type before losing his typewriter, and tossing clothes into a gunny sack he used to tote down to go to the nearest laundromat a block or so away.She returned carrying her clothes and her bag, wearing the towel with it tucked between her cleavage, more of it than he expected, and when she unceremoniously dropped the towel, she sported perky b cup breasts, all the more substantial looking on her petite frame. She was skinny but fortunately not completely starved, no bones jutting out, her belly youthfully firm with just a hint of convexity, and her full bush, being blonde, seemed less substantial than if it were dark. Her waist curved subtly, neither what some would call child bearing hips, but not boyish either. This was definitely a woman.“Like what you see?” she smiled, turning, and showing him a perfect firm round ass. He also noticed muscled thighs and her arms even had some definition.“Wow,” he said. “You're definitely in shape.”“Dreams of being a prima ballerina,” she sniffled.He sat on the bed and patted his lap. “Come here.”“You have way too many clothes on,” she sniffled and giggled.“Come here, Jenny,” he said more forcefully.She sat on his lap sideways. He reluctantly kept his hands off her.“Tell me,” he said.“You don't want to fuck me?”“Of course I do. Tell me.”She sobbed. Only then did he embrace her across her middle, her face ending up against his chest. He could feel the tears wet his shirt. “Tell me,” he repeated.“I…had to,” she choked out.“Had to?”“Your shirt,” she murmured, pulling her head away.“It's okay,” he insisted, gently pulling her head back.“I auditioned over the years to get into ballet school here, but no takers,” she managed to say. “I wanted to be a ballerina but I guess I'm not good enough.”“Best to know I guess,” Joe tried.“It's not that. Oh, okay that kind of sucked, but mostly I wanted to get away.”“From?”“Everything!”“Including?”“My mother's cruel disappointment. She'd been a ballerina until she had me. My boyfriend turning out to be gay. Another boy practically raping me instead making sure I was ready. My father…”“Did he…?”“No, but he was working up to it. Probably looked at me like I was my mom when I was her age or younger I guess. He'd be affectionate, too affectionate as it turned out. He touched me where he shouldn't, not directly but close, you know. I guess I didn't believe it, but it turned out he was actually being shy, and eventually brought my hand to his crotch which got me off him immediately. The last straw…I woke up with him in my bed. I screamed and punched like in his diaphragm which took his wind. Maybe I should have punched lower, but I wanted to be nowhere near that, and when I raced out the room, my mother plods over and my dad says some bullshit about me seducing him, and since it was all about jealousy, him being more affectionate to me, and disappointment, she fucking believed him.“I'm of course freaking out, everything…and then this…but I managed to take some breaths, calming down, and told my mom if she wanted rid of me I needed money. They only had a couple hundred around but my mom takes me to her bank, gets me another five hundred, drives me to the bus station, buys me a ticket to New York, my demand, with her credit card. She actually offered one to me, but I told her she'd probably close it and have me arrested or something, and the bitch shrugged. And I'm like, ‘You're a fucking cunt.' And she's saying I'm a useless slut.”“Sorry,” Joe apologized.“I'm the sorry one,” Jenny actually chuckled.“But…it doesn't sound like sex…”Jenny shifted around so that she faced him, straddling his lap. “I got hit on by fucking pimps, Joe, as soon as I got off the fucking bus at Penn station. I'm not as naïve as I look.”“But you don't know me.”“Like you're a psycho? You don't seem the type and in a way I don't fucking care. A rapist probably wouldn't have brought me home. The hotel I stayed at this creepy guy kept staring at me in the lobby and ended up following me to my fucking floor, so I like got out quick out of there, practically running. And I didn't even dare shower there since the shower room was fucking shared and fucking groady. I was actually headed to Grand Central when we collided, thinking I'd try taking a train down to twenty-third, staying at the Chelsea or something, just to do something cool while I was here and still alive. So Joe, I guess you're the best choice I've had so far.” She kissed him, pulling off the jacket he still wore and unbuttoning his shirt.He broke the kiss when he tossed aside the tie, then lifted her and set her on her back on the bed. He finished the unbuttoning and tossed aside his shirt.“Nice,” she smiled, stroking his chest. Joe didn't work out, but being young, just twenty-one, and working hard at his job as a waiter, kept him slim and slimly muscled.He kept his pants on when he made love to her lying beside her on his side. Kisses continued for a while, both enjoying it especially when tongues were involved, her breath tasting of toothpaste and his presumably not offensive, while his hand began exploring the rest of her. The hand took the weight of her breasts, teasingly moving on before a direct attack on her small nipples to linger on her taut belly and moving teasing across her pudendum, through her soft patch of blond hair, before feeling the smoothness of her thighs and the firmness of muscles, and then under her, lifting her slightly by her firm ass, followed by sliding along her back, across her shoulder and returning to her breasts, fingers moving in on her nipples, caressing and tugging gently at each one, making her gasp into his mouth.Only then did he end the kiss, bringing his mouth to the exploration, finding thrills for her at her ear and neck before moving to her breasts and nipples. Once each one had been appreciated for a while, the second sending his hand down slowly, eventually fingers discovering the dampness of her labia, rimming the edges, his mouth followed the same trail as his hand, and when it reached where she wanted it, he shifted his body between her widened legs and his tongue lapped across her clit, the first touch of it, and she lifted her middle and moaned.Both fingers and mouth remained there, working her gradually to her first climax via a man, especially intense when he stroked her g spot, his other hand tugging at her nipples, measuring the squeeze and building on it since she seemed to handle ever more pressure there.“Joe,” she murmured once she recovered, and smiled when he got up and got naked for her. “Oh my,” she commented at his length, on the thicker side, and definitely longer than the two she'd seen by at least a couple inches.“I'll be gentle,” he promised, opening a condom and rolling it on and moving between her thighs. He brought her hand to his cock to guide him, and she brought it where she wanted it and he slowly pushed in.“Oh fuck!” she moaned.“Too much?” he asked reluctantly.“Don't you fucking stop!” she declared.He pushed into one of the tightest sheathes he'd ever felt and realized he wouldn't last and told her.“Just fuck me,” she insisted, her legs wrapping his thighs as emphasis.Going slow probably helped delay the inevitable, seeming to open her up with each deeper stroke. In the end, he nudged at her cervix, thankfully with his cock completely inside her. He'd known girls her size, even taller, where he had to be careful about the impact there, usually no more than an inch to spare, but enough to cause pain. Not this time. Touching it made her growl, but in a good way.He decided to exploit that, grinding into her, pubic bone against pubic bone which affected her clit too, and just pulling out a couple inches before thrusting in. She seemed fine with that, even enjoying it, so he kept it up while his hands drew in to work fingers and thumbs on her nipples.She began meeting his thrusts with lifts, and her hands grabbed his ass cheeks, and she began pulling on his flesh there, wanting longer strokes it seemed, but he waited until she grabbed hard, closing on being painful, her nails thankfully short, he'd learn later she tended to nibble on them when nervous, and he'd actually seen a little of that in the automat, and she pressed against him one more time before announcing her climax with, “Oh my fucking God!” rather loudly at a high growl. And when she loosened her grip, only then did he abandon himself to fully fucking her, long, ever faster strokes for only seconds before he pressed deep, pushing against her cervix, and cumming.“Joe,” she murmured, her hands pushing his chest.“Sorry,” he responded, hugging her to him and turning them over. He'd reached the last of his ejaculations, every one intense, and reached down to hold the condom to his penis while shifting her higher with his legs.“Mmm,” she responded when it slid out. She shivered a little too as if feeling a last echo of her orgasm.“It'll be better next time,” he promised.She chuckled weakly.“What?” he asked.She shifted forward. Since both of their bodies had fairly equal proportions of legs to torsos, she had to scoot up a bit, her legs straddling his abdomen, her damp pussy pressing into it, for her to look eye to eye with him. Her hands pressed his shoulders to put her face above his.“That was several magnitudes better than the last and only fuck I've had,” she explained.“I thought it was making love,” he argued.“Don't be pedantic, Joe,” she smirked, surprising him.“Pedantic?”“You know what I mean.”“Of course, but…”“I'm smarter than I look.”“I don't believe in the dumb blonde myth.”“I've met several, and not all blondes.”“School?”“And fellow dancers, although most were dedicated enough to be smart too I suppose. Learning to put the time in to do the best you can both in dancing and studying.”“Makes sense. So school…?”“I would have graduated this spring if I hadn't had to run away.”“GED?” he asked.“Probably. I don't imagine going to school for one quarter. You?”“School?”“Yeah.”“I went to Bard in upstate New York for a couple years, but quit because it was ridiculous having parents spend that much money for me to study to be a poet.”“You're a poet?”“Not much recently. I thought New York would be inspiring, but mostly it's been distracting. I'm also interested in filmmaking, like the experimental kind, so no more lucrative. I still have a Bolex sixteen millimeter camera which fortunately the thieves never found.”“Thieves?”“The problem with living amongst junkies. Let me show you something.”He lifted his left arm and she caressed a line of marks near his inner elbow area.“Are those…?”“Tracks. Only one is fairly fresh. It's why I quit Max's: too much temptation. Living here too, but right now I can't afford to move. A friend of mine OD'd and died, and another almost did and I ended up keeping him alive. It was the last straw, and I realized that'd be me, or it'd just be a spiral of inertia, all about the next fix and nothing else, so I quit. Luckily I wasn't too strung out and basically hung with my folks for a week when my dad had his sabbatical in DC this past winter. I drank a bit there, but my parents seemed none the wiser. Anyway, when I came back to work planning to keep my tips instead of spending them all, I did okay until I didn't one day, succumbing to temptation, and quit after that.”“When was that?”“A week ago. I've been job hunting ever since.”“Lucky for me,” she grinned and shifted around, pulling off the used condom and handing it to him carefully and he managed to toss it atop his underpants while she enveloped his penis in her mouth. He worried about her lack of experience, mostly worried about her teeth, but she proved quite capable. He nudged her to straddle his face and had to bend his back a little, supported by his arms so fingers weren't available, and mostly kept her pleasure at a quiet purr, not distracting her from her surprisingly effective endeavors.Once she'd got him hard, she bounced off the bed, found a condom and rolled it on with some study and climbed on and guided him back inside her, carefully, stroke by stroke, sending him deep. Once there, she began her ride, this time having the full effect of his entire cock, to the point she needed to bring it back to her slit when it slipped out a couple times, but seemed to get the length of him soon enough and began riding him at a medium fast clip.He watched the roll and bounce of her perky tits before stilling them with his hands, one letting go to guide her hand to her clit. From that she worked herself into a frenzy, finally shifting down and rolling atop him to achieve her orgasm. Fortunately it always took longer for Joe to cum when a woman took the cowgirl position.After, she somehow turned around while he remained inside and moved her body down, and he realized what she wanted, moving from beneath her, clutching her hips, and pulling her into him in a doggy style position. He shifted, letting go of the hips and bringing one hand to her hanging tits and the other to her clit, practically holding her up with the latter hand, and like he had before, let himself go fucking her hard and fast until he came, happily not long after she did.“Fuck Joe,” she commented softly after.“Yeah,” Joe agreed.She did the securing of the condom to his penis and they soon took the same position as they had before, her head resting on his chest.“Can I stay?” she asked quietly and shyly.“As long as you want.”“Thanks.”by  maxicue for Literotica.This is the first chapter of a novel. The rest of the published chapters are found  at the  maxicue library of Literotica.Fate's Embrace: 6 Part Series.

The Financial Exchange Show
Another Fed Rate Hike // What Does Negative GDP Tell Us? // JetBlue Agrees To Buy Spirit - 7/28 (Hour 1)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 40:40


(1:42) - Thursday's show kicks off with a review of Jay Powell's comments following the Fed's announcement of a 75 basis point rate hike.(15:53) - Talking about U.S. GDP for Q2, which contracted at an annual rate of 0.9%- the second straight quarter of negative growth.(23:19) - A deeper dive into the Q2 GDP reading. What does this number tell us as it relates to the broader economy? Is a recession coming, or are we already in one?(34:17) - Touching on JetBlue's agreement to purchase Spirit Airlines for $3.8 billion, which would create the fifth largest airline in the U.S.

Euro Nation
Euro Nation July 23, 2022

Euro Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 199:03


Another edition of the weekly tradition. Touching down in your town giving you the 411 on the most electrifying dance music on the planet. Euro, dance, trance and more.

The Financial Exchange Show
Manchin & Schumer's Surprise Bill // Meta Sees First Quarterly Revenue Decline - 7/28 (Hour 2)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 40:41


(1:57) - Chuck and Mike open the second hour with a discussion about the surprise reconciliation bill that Senators Manchin & Schumer worked together to complete.(15:33) - Touching on Meta's earnings, which revealed the company's first ever quarterly revenue decline.(22:05) - A conversation about companies becoming more and more hesitant to do business in China.(32:35) - Stack roulette.

Money on the Left
Medium: Femme - 7 - Abortion (Part 1)

Money on the Left

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 61:29


In the first of a three part series following the overturning of Roe v Wade, cohosts Naty (@orangeasm) and Charlotte (@moltopopulare) discuss the ongoing fight for abortion access and rights taking place in both the US and the rest of the world. Using the framework of reproductive justice, they contextualize abortion rights within a broader struggle for reproductive autonomy, touching on histories of reproductive control ranging from abortion restrictions to forced sterilisation, colonialism and incarceration. In doing so, they also highlight interconnections with concurrent right wing assaults on trans people, gay parents, drug users, refugees, and others marginalized groups.Touching on  histories and movements from Australia to Chile, Ireland, Brazil, and the border of Ukraine and Poland, Naty and Charlotte defend the right to free safe and legal abortion without apology, drawing out various trends and intersections to make a positive case for reproductive justice and autonomy.Visit our Patreon page here: https://www.patreon.com/MoLsuperstructureMusic: “Yum” from “This Would Be Funny If It Were Happening To Anyone But Me” EP by flirting.http://flirtingfullstop.bandcamp.comTwitter: @actualflirting

The Financial Exchange Show
Slowing Growth For Microsoft, Google // Fed Decision Day // Shopify Cuts 1k Jobs - 7/27 (Hour 1)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 40:40


(1:35) - Chuck and Paul start the show reviewing Microsoft and Google's disappointing earnings for Q2.(14:36) - Previewing today's Fed decision where Jay Powell is expected to raise interest rates by 0.75bp.(27:33) - Touching on Shopify's decision to cut 10% of its workforce, which amounts to nearly 1k workers.(33:20) - Discussing the Senate's advancement of a $280B package that would boost U.S. competitiveness in chip manufacturing.

Kate Dalley Radio
072622 Letter From Listener So Touching New Coin For Kate Dalley Show

Kate Dalley Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 13:51


072622 Letter From Listener So Touching New Coin For Kate Dalley Show by Kate Dalley

The Financial Exchange Show
Fed Meeting Kicks Off // Walmart Cuts Profit Outlook // SEC Begins Coinbase Probe - 7/26 (Hour 1)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 40:41


(1:42) - Beginning the show previewing the two-day Fed meeting and discussing what we should expect from the central bank.(12:10) - A conversation about Walmart after the retailer warned of lower profit due to slashing prices in an effort to unload inventory.(25:54) - Touching on GM's earnings, which revealed a 40% dip in income for the automaker due to losses in China as well as parts shortages.(33:03) - Talking about the SEC's investigation into Coinbase over the platform's crypto listings.

Zen Founder: Startup. Family. Life. (@zenfounder)
Episode 319: Touching Two Worlds Launch Day

Zen Founder: Startup. Family. Life. (@zenfounder)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 14:27


A book two years in the making is finally ready to launch, “Touching Two Worlds” is officially released. A work that poured out of Sherry as she processed the deaths of both her father and brother. It’s part memoir, part psychological assessment, written as a daughter and a sister but also as a clinical psychologist. In it she critiques how grief typically unfolds in western culture and offers suggestions on how we can do it better. Sherry ends this episode by reading a short excerpt from her book. Touching Two Worlds

Sounder at Heart: for Seattle Sounders and Reign FC fans

Your favorite podcast about your favorite NWSL team is back for another episode. With the second half of the NWSL regular season starting this Saturday with OL Reign traveling to Los Angeles to play at Angel City FC, the crew talks about where OL Reign are at the halfway mark. And the wait is over, OL Reign will finally be on local television! The crew talks that news and an idea is proposed about what the future of the NWSL's TV structure could be. HOSTS Sylvia Bullock (@SouthernSylvs) Jacob Cristobal (@jacobcristobal) Susie Rantz (@SusieRants) Steve Voght (@voght) CREDITS Album artwork: Amy Camber Horns sound effect: "Heroes" by Loyalty Freak Music Outro music: "Touching the Bliss" by Dancefloor is Lava Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

New Books Network
Michael Bérubé and Jennifer Ruth, "It's Not Free Speech: Race, Democracy, and the Future of Academic Freedom" (Johns Hopkins UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 41:11


The protests of summer 2020 led to long-overdue reassessments of the legacy of racism and white supremacy in both American academe and cultural life more generally. But while universities have been willing to rename some buildings and schools or grapple with their role in the slave trade, no one has yet asked the most uncomfortable question: Does academic freedom extend to racist professors? It's Not Free Speech: Race, Democracy, and the Future of Academic Freedom (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2022) considers the ideal of academic freedom in the wake of the activism inspired by outrageous police brutality, white supremacy, and the #MeToo movement. Arguing that academic freedom must be rigorously distinguished from freedom of speech, Michael Bérubé and Jennifer Ruth take aim at explicit defenses of colonialism and theories of white supremacy—theories that have no intellectual legitimacy whatsoever. Approaching this question from two angles—one, the question of when a professor's intramural or extramural speech calls into question his or her fitness to serve, and two, the question of how to manage the simmering tension between the academic freedom of faculty and the antidiscrimination initiatives of campus offices of diversity, equity, and inclusion—they argue that the democracy-destroying potential of social media makes it very difficult to uphold the traditional liberal view that the best remedy for hate speech is more speech. In recent years, those with traditional liberal ideals have had very limited effectiveness in responding to the resurgence of white supremacism in American life. It is time, Bérubé and Ruth write, to ask whether that resurgence requires us to rethink the parameters and practices of academic freedom. Touching as well on contingent faculty, whose speech is often inadequately protected, It's Not Free Speech insists that we reimagine shared governance to augment both academic freedom and antidiscrimination initiatives on campuses.  Michael Bérubé (interviewed here) is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Literature at Pennsylvania State University; Jennifer Ruth is a professor of film at Portland State University. Both have served in various roles within the American Association of University Professors, and also coauthored The Humanities, Higher Education, and Academic Freedom: Three Necessary Arguments (2015). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London, researching security and mobility in the 20-21st century United States. Her current work concerns the US Passport Office's role in the Cold War. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Financial Exchange Show
Key Workers Want More // Employee Absences Piling Up // A Potential Fix For Terrible Traffic - 7/25 (Hour 2)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 40:41


(3:28) - The second hour starts with a conversation about how key workers in the economy are demanding higher pay and better conditions.(12:02) - Touching on companies seeing more and more absences from workers this summer due to a multitude of factors.(22:12) - Talking about Massachusetts legislators exploring the idea of introducing more tolls in an effort to reduce traffic.(33:16) - Stack roulette.

The Financial Exchange Show
Expectations For Fed Meeting // Busy Earnings Week Ahead // The Wealthy Are Borrowing - 7/25 (Hour 1)

The Financial Exchange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 40:40


(4:09) - Chuck and Brendan begin the week talking about what we can expect from the Federal Reserve's two-day meeting this week.(12:57) - Touching on the Atlanta Fed's prediction that GDP will be negative for Q2.(23:23) - Previewing just some of the nearly 175 S&P 500 companies that will be reporting earnings this week.(35:17) - Discussing how big banks are reporting high levels of borrowing from wealthy customers despite high inflation.

New Books in Critical Theory
Michael Bérubé and Jennifer Ruth, "It's Not Free Speech: Race, Democracy, and the Future of Academic Freedom" (Johns Hopkins UP, 2022)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 41:11


The protests of summer 2020 led to long-overdue reassessments of the legacy of racism and white supremacy in both American academe and cultural life more generally. But while universities have been willing to rename some buildings and schools or grapple with their role in the slave trade, no one has yet asked the most uncomfortable question: Does academic freedom extend to racist professors? It's Not Free Speech: Race, Democracy, and the Future of Academic Freedom (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2022) considers the ideal of academic freedom in the wake of the activism inspired by outrageous police brutality, white supremacy, and the #MeToo movement. Arguing that academic freedom must be rigorously distinguished from freedom of speech, Michael Bérubé and Jennifer Ruth take aim at explicit defenses of colonialism and theories of white supremacy—theories that have no intellectual legitimacy whatsoever. Approaching this question from two angles—one, the question of when a professor's intramural or extramural speech calls into question his or her fitness to serve, and two, the question of how to manage the simmering tension between the academic freedom of faculty and the antidiscrimination initiatives of campus offices of diversity, equity, and inclusion—they argue that the democracy-destroying potential of social media makes it very difficult to uphold the traditional liberal view that the best remedy for hate speech is more speech. In recent years, those with traditional liberal ideals have had very limited effectiveness in responding to the resurgence of white supremacism in American life. It is time, Bérubé and Ruth write, to ask whether that resurgence requires us to rethink the parameters and practices of academic freedom. Touching as well on contingent faculty, whose speech is often inadequately protected, It's Not Free Speech insists that we reimagine shared governance to augment both academic freedom and antidiscrimination initiatives on campuses.  Michael Bérubé (interviewed here) is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Literature at Pennsylvania State University; Jennifer Ruth is a professor of film at Portland State University. Both have served in various roles within the American Association of University Professors, and also coauthored The Humanities, Higher Education, and Academic Freedom: Three Necessary Arguments (2015). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London, researching security and mobility in the 20-21st century United States. Her current work concerns the US Passport Office's role in the Cold War. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in American Studies
Michael Bérubé and Jennifer Ruth, "It's Not Free Speech: Race, Democracy, and the Future of Academic Freedom" (Johns Hopkins UP, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 41:11


The protests of summer 2020 led to long-overdue reassessments of the legacy of racism and white supremacy in both American academe and cultural life more generally. But while universities have been willing to rename some buildings and schools or grapple with their role in the slave trade, no one has yet asked the most uncomfortable question: Does academic freedom extend to racist professors? It's Not Free Speech: Race, Democracy, and the Future of Academic Freedom (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2022) considers the ideal of academic freedom in the wake of the activism inspired by outrageous police brutality, white supremacy, and the #MeToo movement. Arguing that academic freedom must be rigorously distinguished from freedom of speech, Michael Bérubé and Jennifer Ruth take aim at explicit defenses of colonialism and theories of white supremacy—theories that have no intellectual legitimacy whatsoever. Approaching this question from two angles—one, the question of when a professor's intramural or extramural speech calls into question his or her fitness to serve, and two, the question of how to manage the simmering tension between the academic freedom of faculty and the antidiscrimination initiatives of campus offices of diversity, equity, and inclusion—they argue that the democracy-destroying potential of social media makes it very difficult to uphold the traditional liberal view that the best remedy for hate speech is more speech. In recent years, those with traditional liberal ideals have had very limited effectiveness in responding to the resurgence of white supremacism in American life. It is time, Bérubé and Ruth write, to ask whether that resurgence requires us to rethink the parameters and practices of academic freedom. Touching as well on contingent faculty, whose speech is often inadequately protected, It's Not Free Speech insists that we reimagine shared governance to augment both academic freedom and antidiscrimination initiatives on campuses.  Michael Bérubé (interviewed here) is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Literature at Pennsylvania State University; Jennifer Ruth is a professor of film at Portland State University. Both have served in various roles within the American Association of University Professors, and also coauthored The Humanities, Higher Education, and Academic Freedom: Three Necessary Arguments (2015). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London, researching security and mobility in the 20-21st century United States. Her current work concerns the US Passport Office's role in the Cold War. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Boomer & Gio
Nate Burleson's Cougars; Jerry"s Update plus a Correction on a Touching Story

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 44:30 Very Popular


Hour 4: The 9am hour starts with Nate Burleson saying he has ‘Grand Cougars' interested in him now. Boomer tries to talk about Lebron's contract. A caller brings up Deshaun Watson's situation. Jerry returns with more news from the Bengals Ring of Honor. Boomer is not among the players going in. Giancarlo Stanton hit a HR and was the All Star Game MVP. Nestor Cortes and Jose Trevino were among the players mic'd up. Aaron Judge was asked if he was going to be a Yankee next season and he did not give a good answer. Jacob deGrom is feeling sore. Jaylen Brunson talked about joining the Knicks. In the final segment of the hour, Jerry made a mistake in a story about a Dodger fan grandfather who died. Today is going to be a crazy hot day.

The Life Stylist
The Holistic OBGYN on Conscious Birth & Death Practices & Traditions w/ Dr. Nathan Riley #421

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 134:40 Very Popular


Nathan Riley is a medical doctor trained in OBGYN and palliative care. He joins the podcast today to talk, generally, about the role of medicine in society, what it has been and what it could be, its beauty and limitations, and working inside the system vs. outside of the system. I really dig Nathan because he thinks way outside of the box while not being so far out that your average person gets lost in the sauce. We discuss the work of a handful of Renaissance thinkers as we go back and forth on medicine, science, and the unseen – and how they can and do balance each other out.  He's a grounding presence that brings a tangible optimism and hope to so many issues that seem quite the opposite at first glance. If, by the end of the show, you vibe with Nathan's approach, you can learn more about working with him at lukestorey.com/belovedholistics, where you can use the code Luke100 for $100 off his services.   00:03:33 — Experiencing Both Life & Death Prevalence of surgery in maternity care  Getting into the homeopathic field  Bringing hospice and palliative care into the OBGYN space Witnessing 1,000 births and 1,000 deaths   Stepping through the portal  My Last Sound by Yoko Sen (presentation) 00:30:48 — The State of Modern Birth Control The Business of Birth Control (film) Complex biological impact of hormonal contraceptives  Rehashing my education on ovulation  She Becomes: A Dad's Guide to His Developing Daughter by Peyton Callahan  Fertility Awareness Method (FAM) 00:43:22 — Science as a Belief System Left-brain dominance in science and medicine The sterilization of science  What made Dr. Nathan hit the breaks on the vaccine Hildegard von Bingen's 6th century work with sound therapy 00:53:12 — Physical, Mental & Spiritual Wellness Merging all available tools to make a combined approach   The  7 principles of health  His unique process working with midwives  Training on chakra at the Chek Institute The Myths of Infertility + Primemester Power & Creating Superbabies w/ Dr. Cleopatra 01:18:27 — Tuning into (or Mitigating) Vibrational Frequencies  Biogeometry and energetic fields Touching on the work of Dr. Ibrahim Karim Mitigating the effects of EMF Touching on the work of Rudolf Steiner Benefits of pelvic steaming  Keli Garza, The Steamy Chick   01:42:39 — Looking Ahead with Hope Holistic birth and death  Simplifying the birth environment  Indie Birth Midwifery School Living, earthing, and dying in the optimal way The birth stories of Nathan's kids  Touching on the breathwork of Sarah Charmoli Needing a sense of control over nature    More about this episode. 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Shrink Rap Radio Psychology Interviews: Exploring brain, body, mind, spirit, intuition, leadership, research, psychotherapy a

Dr. Sherry Walling is a clinical psychologist, speaker, podcaster, author, and mental health advocate. Her company,ZenFounder, helps entrepreneurs and leaders navigate transition, rapid growth, loss, conflict, or any manner of complex human experience. She hosts theZenFounderpodcast, which has been called a “must listen” by both Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazine and has been downloaded more than 1,000,000 times. She is also the host ofMind Curious, a podcast exploring innovations in mental health care via psychedelics. Her best-selling book,The Entrepreneur's Guide toKeeping Your Shit Together, combines the insight and warmth of a therapist with the truth-telling mirth of someone who has been there. Her soon-to-be-released new book,Touching Two Worlds, explores new strategies for finding wholeness in the aftermath of loss. Sherry and her husband, Rob, reside in Minneapolis where they spend their time driving their children to music lessons. She has also been known to occasionally perform as a circus aerialist. Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute

Super Human Radio
The Blueprint Power Hour plus Carl's 1st Monologue

Super Human Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 88:52


SHR # 2898:: The Blueprint Power Hour plus Carl's 1st Monologue - Coach Rob Regish - Come join the fun LIVE. Get answers to your questions about training, nutrition, supplementation, drugs and more. Nothing is off topic. PLUS Joel Greene suggested Carl do a monologue on every show. Not just about health and fitness but anything that Carl is passionate about at the moment. Logistics dictate that the monologue be at the end of each show as to not put the guest through any unnecessary discomfort. Today Carl will opine on the never-ending calories-in-calories-out discussion and hopefully force people to recognize some of the unspoken realities. Touching the Third-Rail for some.

Connected
406: The iPhone is Touching You Back

Connected

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 110:40 Very Popular


M2 MacBook Air reviews are out, as are the 2022 Public Betas. This week, the guys explore both. Myke then pits Stephen, Federico and The Passionate Ones against each other.

IKE Packers Podcast
Packers Check-In: 62 Days until Week 1, 216 Days until Super Bowl LVII

IKE Packers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 36:06


It's time for a check-in and Alex and KJ are back to discuss their general thoughts on the Green Bay Packers sitting 62 days until Week 1. Touching on both sides of the ball and all the big stars, this episode is can't miss. Welcome back to the IKE Packers Podcast! Number 1 way to help the show is by telling another Packers fan. Other ways to contribute are by leaving a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and subscribing wherever you get your podcasts. Follow us on Instagram: @WelcomeToIKE Follow us on Twitter: @IKE_Packers Stream the new album "Overseas" from IKE Music on Spotify today Like hanging out with us here? Check out some of our other podcasts. ikepodcastnetwork.com is your one stop shop for the top rated shows.