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Comedian and podcaster Jamie Loftus set out on a cross-country road trip to try to figure out: Why do hot dogs have such a hold on American culture? And why does she continue to find them so damn delicious? Over the course of her Hot Dog Summer, she tried all kinds of regional American dogs, from a bacon-wrapped Sonoran dog in Tucson, to a bologna-wrapped dog in Baltimore, to one that involved SpaghettiOs. She also visited the famed Nathan's 4th of July Hot Dog Eating Contest, where she learned there was a darker story behind the celebrated ritual. The trip changed the way she thought about hot dogs — but also how she felt about America and herself. Jamie's new book is Raw Dog: The Naked Truth About Hot Dogs. The Sporkful production team includes Dan Pashman, Emma Morgenstern, Andres O'Hara, Nora Ritchie, and Jared O'Connell.Transcript available at www.sporkful.com.
Today, I'm talking to Travis Albritton, founder and host of Honest Podcasts and the Practical Christian Podcast. Travis worked for a time as a campus minister at Georgia Southern and then worked as a mechanical engineer for Lockheed Martin. Now he runs his own company helping businesses with strategic content marketing. His podcast has over 360 episodes. He lives in Ponte Vedra, Florida. Listen today as I talk to him about: Why he started a podcast How to start a podcast What are the pitfalls of podcast production What microphone to start with if you're on a budget What he thinks about F.I.R.E (Financial Independence Retire Early) What was his favorite episode of nearly four-hundred podcast episodes How to Support The Rob Skinner Podcast I want to say thank you for supporting the Rob Skinner Podcast. I started this podcast at the beginning of the COVID pandemic in an effort to inspire people to multiply disciples, leaders and churches. I wanted to learn from others and share what I've learned over the years. God has enabled me and my wife Pam to plant churches in 1. Portland, Oregon 2. Anchorage, Alaska 3. Ashland, Oregon 4. Tucson, Arizona 5. Flagstaff, Arizona. My dream is to plant at least five more churches by the year 2030. Your support will help me to turn that dream into reality. Your tax-deductible gift will be given to get those churches off the ground. Please give today at: https://tucsoncoc.breezechms.com/give/online Please look for and select the “General Fund” when you give. Thank you!
Science Says Eat More Beans Beans are delicious, high in protein, inexpensive, efficient to grow, and an absolute staple in so many cuisines. So why don't Americans eat more of them? The average American eats 7.5 pounds of beans annually, which is only a few cans of beans every year. The answer is complicated, but one thing is sure: Beans have a PR problem. Ira talks with Julieta Cardenas, a Future Perfect Fellow at Vox, who reported this story. If you're looking to chef it up, read some of the SciFri staff's favorite bean recipes. The World According To Sound: Feeding Time In this story from our friends at The World According to Sound, we'll take a sonic trip to Yellowstone National Park. You'll hear the sounds of two grizzlies feasting on a bison. It's very rare that a bear can take down an adult bison, but they will chow down on animals that are already dead, like if they were killed by wolves or a car. The World According to Sound is a live audio show, online listening series, and miniature podcast, created by Chris Hoff and Sam Harnett. Bees Have Feelings, Too Few pollinators have the charisma of bees, so much so that the phrase “save the bees” has become a calling card for those who consider themselves ecologically-conscious. There are more than 21,000 species of bees, ranging from the very recognizable bumblebees to the vibrant blue and green Augochloropsis metallica. Pollination ecologist Stephen Buchmann has studied bees for nearly fifty years, learning about everything from their natural behaviors to how they respond to puzzles. All of this has led him to a fascinating conclusion: bees are sentient, and they have feelings. Stephen joins Ira from Tucson, Arizona to talk about his new book, What a Bee Knows. Read an excerpt from the book here. Pinning Down The Origin Of Butterflies One of the highlights of being outdoors in warmer weather is spotting a delicate, colorful butterfly exploring the landscape. There are over 19,000 different species of butterflies around the world—and all of them evolved from some enterprising moth that decided to venture out in the daytime, around 100 million years ago. But just where that evolutionary fork in the road occurred has been a matter of scientific debate, with many researchers positing a butterfly origin in Australia or Asia. Writing this week in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution, researchers report on a new phylogenetic map of butterfly evolution, a lepidopteran family tree, combining genetic data with information from fossils, plants, and geography to trace back the origin and spread of butterflies. They find that butterflies likely split from moths in what is now Central or North America, before spreading to South America, crossing oceans to Australia and Asia, and eventually spreading to Europe and Africa. Dr. Akito Kawahara, professor, curator, and director of the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity at the Florida Museum of Natural History and one of the authors of the report, joins Ira to talk about the findings and share some other surprising facts about butterflies. To stay updated on all-things-science, sign up for Science Friday's newsletters. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
Talking Out Your Glass podcast
Under cover of his signature top hat and distinctive moustache, Lewis Wilson has accomplished more than most people dream of. His list of achievements includes success as a glass art instructional video producer, demonstrating lampworking artist, promoter of the world's largest hot glass competition, and founding member of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers. A fixture at glass bead and pipe shows, “Looie” is also a fire-eating juggler, knife swallower and a black belt in karate. In his Crystal Myths gallery, you'll find everything from goblets and vases to birds and dinosaurs. The fantasy realm is where this artist draws much of his inspiration. Being from New Mexico, it is only fitting that Wilson is also known for glass sculptures of Native American ceremonial dancers. The intricately costumed pieces have not only become prized additions to private collections, but were also given as official presentations from the state of New Mexico to visiting dignitaries such as King Juan Carlos of Spain, blues legend Bo Diddley, and Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. Born in 1949 in Roswell, New Mexico, Wilson was part of a military family that moved frequently to places such as Dallas, Texas, then Morroco, North Africa, and on to Riverside, California. In 1960, 11-year-old Wilson moved with his family to Goose Bay, Canada, where he taught himself how to eat fire, juggle, throw knives and do various magic and circus tricks. In 1963 following a move to Albuquerque, New Mexico, he started learning Shotokan karate, receiving his first-degree black belt in 1969. Joining the United States Air Force in 1970, Wilson was a medic during the Vietnam war, stationed at Cocoa Beach, Florida. During the slow hours of the night, he taught himself about glass through an old scientific glass blowing book he found in the Air Force base library. The medical lab was his studio and a Bunsen burner his equipment. There he made intricately woven animal figurines from 4 mm Pyrex stirring rods. Wilson's first real lessons in glass blowing came in 1973 under the tutelage of Alfonso and Tomas Arribas who had reportedly caught the attention of Walt Disney when the brothers represented Spain at the 1964–‘65 New York World's Fair. Wilson talked them into an apprenticeship at the Crystal Arts on Main Street, U.S.A at Disneyworld where he made thousands of crabs, teapots and birdbaths for the tourists. Mexican glass blower Miguil Bonilla, who also worked for Disney, was another of his mentors. Upon leaving the Air Force in 1974, Wilson went the following day to Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida, to try to secure a job as a glassblower. There were no glassblowing openings, however they did have a vacancy for a juggler and fire-eater. For the next two years he worked with tattooed belly dancers, a magician, and an organ grinder and his monkey. Later that year, Wilson married, and his family moved to St. Petersburg, Florida, where he opened his glass business, Crystal Myths. In 1993, Wilson produced his first glassworking video, Glass Bead Making, and now has produced more than 20 titles. In 1996, Crystal Myths promoted its first show, The Best Bead Show, in Tucson, Arizona, earning him the nickname of “the P.T. Barnum of Beadmakers.” In 2002, Wilson promoted the world's largest hot glass competition called the Albuquerque Flame-Off. There, 300 glass workers from the U.S. and Canada worked on six torches running for 12 hours a day for two days. In 2005, Wilson demonstrated at the Kobe International Lampworking Festival in Kobe, Japan, and only spoke Japanese, which he taught himself, during the demo. Later that year, a building was named after him at Art Glass Invitational in September, one of the highlights of his career. Wilson sold the Best Bead Shows in 2008, re-emerging as a talented artist able to concentrate fully on lampworking. Later that year, at the Oakland ISGB convention, he was presented with the Hall of Flame Award. In 2011, Wilson married glass artist Barbara Svetlick with whom he founded Soft Glass Invitational, promoted for two years in Hilliards, Pennsylvania. In 2015, the event was given to Kris Schaible, and she continues to promote the event. These days, Wilson spends the bulk of his time filling commissions and doing standard production work, with the remainder dedicated to new designs. He and his wife enjoy collaborating, which comprises about 10 percent of each artist's work. With Svetlick's flowers added to Wilson's glass sculpture or her sculpture incorporating his beads, the artwork benefits from the best of both worlds.
Mike gives a recap of his recent road trip through the South. Topics discussed include: The Silver Skillet in Atlanta, heavy police presence, Little 5 Points, The Clothing Warehouse, poster sale at Swag Shop in Edgewood, @killermike (Run The Jewels), active shooter, barber shop vibes, cheap shots in plastic bottles, Benihana, the Blue Flame, smoking weed in the strip club, endless $5 lap dances, breakfast with @keet_313 at Folk Art in Decatur, drive to New Orleans, low water pressure, Gabe/Mortal Machine Studio, @BeeGats, Coop's Place, alcohol to-go, French Quarter, The Ruby Slipper Cafe, Low Timers, White Lotus, Voodoo Museum, Café Du Monde, Bee's rapport with street people, poster sale, M's night out, @dum.slut, absinthe, Rick's Cabaret, Maya, Summer, Indian Motorcycles, Sugar Bear choppers, drive to Houston, traffic mess, Slab Sundays, Christie's, vintage row, House of Pies, indoor flea market, airbrushed T, construction crayons, Sylvan Beach, Third Planet, Dragon magazines, missed car show, Colorado strip club, $13 water bottles, Salt Creek Steakhouse, Whataburger, Fort Stockton, missing hotel, Paisano Pete, sopapillas, Lulu's Stixx pool hall, Lotaburger, passing on our stash, The Thing, Tucson, Bianchi's, Amy's Donuts, pizza donation, hot tubbing, KG's Westside Cafe, buying bullets in Yuma, dumped joint, clove cigarettes, Abby's BBQ and seeing America from a car.
It's been a big week off the court for Arizona Wildcats men's basketball with the addition of two 2023 commits from Lithuania, and a possible transfer (or two) on the way. Arizona Daily Star men's hoops beat writer Bruce Pascoe joins us to discuss how the Wildcats' 2023-24 roster is shaping up, and whether there's any possibility of Azuolas Tubelis returning to Tucson next season. Also, which Arizona coaches might be on the hot seat -- and is the Pac-12's latest announcement RE: next year's football TV broadcasts a desperation move?
Happy Spooky Wednesday, folks! This week, based on a listener suggestion by Kristy, Kala talks about The Hotel Congress in Tucson, AZ! This hotel has stuck to its historic roots by keeping improvements without losing decor, limiting technology, and embracing its ghosts. Whether it's the spirits of those who worked there or long-gone guests, this place is hopping with paranormal activity! And though the seances may be staged, the personal stories from employees and tourists certainly are not. And Brittany talks about Haley Zega. This woman was lost on a hiking trip when she was 6 years old. Gone for more than two days, you might wonder how such a young child could survive on her own. She remembers help in the form of her imaginary friend, but was it just an imaginary friend or something more? Finally, we finish up with a listener story that is sure to keep you hugging your puppy close! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leftofskeptic/support
The Perfect Stool Understanding and Healing the Gut Microbiome
Struggling with a fatty liver diagnosis, metabolic syndrome or concern over the potential? Discover the signs and symptoms of liver disease, the causes, risk factors, the stages of liver disease, when reversal is possible and actionable steps to reverse fatty liver. Also learn about gallbladder issues, gallstones, how to spot insufficient bile production and bile's role in the body and its impact on overall health with gastroenterologist George Nikias, MD. Lindsey Parsons, your host, helps clients solve gut issues and reverse autoimmune disease naturally. Take her quiz to see which stool or functional medicine test will help you find out what's wrong. She's a Certified Health Coach at High Desert Health in Tucson, Arizona. She coaches clients locally and nationwide. You can also follow Lindsey on Facebook, Tiktok, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest or reach her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a free 30-minute Gut Healing Breakthrough Session. Show Notes
The Majority Report with Sam Seder
It's News Day Tuesday! Sam breaks down the biggest headlines of the day. First, he runs through updates on the debt ceiling talks and whether Biden will cave, reports on the moral and political corruption of Rudy Giuliani, the release of the Durham report, the US Virgin Island's case against Elon Musk, Erdogan's election repression, the booming rejection of Cop City at Atlanta's recent city council hearing, the swearing in of Brandon Johnson as Chicago Mayor, Minnesota labor legislation, and the IRS' report on their own discrimination, before parsing through the Right-Wing spin on the empty Durham report. Next, Sam and the MR Crew dive into the debt ceiling debate and the leaked news of Democrats playing defense for Kevin McCarthy, and whether it actually foreshadows decent strategy from the Biden camp. Wrapping up, they preview today's special elections in Pennsylvania and tackle the expansive corruption of Rudy Giuliani recently released, from sexual assault to the sale of pardons, and the role of US intelligence. And in the Fun Half: Sam and the MR Crew discuss the ridiculous emphasis on work requirements after decades of their failure, the clear rejection of the multi-million dollar Cop City investment by Atlanta community members, and why the right is still screaming “Laptop!” Josh Hawley talks about his manhood, a Louisville caller dives into the barriers of tackling white supremacy exclusively through class analysis, and Carly from Philadelphia dives into the HD-163 race in Pennsylvania. The crew uncovers some information about Bari Weiss' UATX grift, Ben Shapiro rants about the biology of anthropomorphized beavers on Blue's Clues, Marily from Tucson dives into the threat to one's life that is being jailed in America, and Maya from Grand Rapids discusses the role of COVID funds moving forwards. Abraham from Illinois shares some harrowing stories about immigration enforcement in Florida, plus, your calls and IMs! Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the ESVN YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/esvnshow Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Check out today's sponsors: Seder's Seeds!: Sam tried to grow some cannabis last year, didn't know what he was doing, but now has some great cannabis seeds! Use code "420" and get 20% off your entire order (DEAL ENDS TONIGHT!) AND Seder's Seeds is launching a loyalty program, every 10 dollars spent earns you a point! Go to http://www.sedersseeds.com and MajorityReporters now and enter coupon code "SEEDS" for free shipping! Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ Check out Ava Raiza's music here! https://avaraiza.bandcamp.com/ The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/
So many of you sent us your band's songs and so you asked for this! On this week's show we destroy and try to offer some help for unsigned bands songs. The drummer from the band As Cities Burn says so many mean things and so may God forgive him and maybe the bands can too. Remember to subscribe and join EmeryLand Songs And Stories is hitting the road. We'll be in: Tucson, AZ - May 25th San Diego, CA - May 26th Orange County, CA - May 27th *Matinee Show* Los Angeles, CA - May 28th *Matinee Show* San Francisco, CA - June 21st Fresno - June 22nd Get your tickets HERE! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/songs-and-stories/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/songs-and-stories/support
The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009
By studying countless stars at various stages of their evolution, astronomers have been able to piece together an understanding of the life cycle of stars and how they interact with their surrounding planetary systems as they age. This research confirms that when a Sun-like star nears the end of its life, it expands anywhere from 100 to 1000 times its original size, eventually engulfing the system's inner planets. Such events are estimated to occur only a few times each year across the entire Milky Way. Though past observations have confirmed the aftermath of planetary engulfments, astronomers have never caught one in the act, until now. Bios: Rob Sparks is in the Communications, Education and Engagement group at NSF's NOIRLab in Tucson, Arizona. Dr. Kishalay De is a NASA Einstein postodoctoral fellow and (subsequently) MIT Kavli Institute postdoctoral fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Kishalay works with wide-field imaging surveys on the ground and in space to discover cosmic fireworks from stellar binaries in our Galaxy and in the distant Universe. Using panchromatic follow-up facilities, he tries to understand the role of stellar cataclysms in shaping the unvierse as we "see" it in light and "hear" it in gravitational waves. Kishalay obtained his PhD in Astrophysics from the California Institute of Technology in 2021, under the supervision of Mansi Kasliwal. As part of his thesis, he served as the data pipeline lead and helped commission Palomar Gattini-IR, the first wide-field infrared time domain survey to study dust obscured eruptions in the Milky Way. Using the Zwicky Transient Facility wide-field optical time domain survey, he helped construct the largest volume-limited sample of nearby supernovae to study faint and fleeting explosions from the eruptions of helium shells on white dwarfs and births of neutron stars in compact binary systems. Previously, Kishalay obtained my undergraduate degree in Physics from the Indian Institute of Science in 2016, working with Yashwant Gupta and Prateek Sharma on high time resolution studies of radio pulsars. Links: NOIRLab Press Release: https://noirlab.edu/public/news/noirlab2311/ MIT Press Release: https://news.mit.edu/2023/astronomers-spot-star-swallowing-planet-0503 JPL Press Release: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/caught-in-the-act-astronomers-detect-a-star-devouring-a-planet We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
We continue to celebrate our 30th anniversary, bringing you the voices of some of the most influential Latinos and Latinas in the last three decades. In this episode, we catch up with music legend Linda Ronstadt, known as the “First Lady of Rock.” We talk to her about her memories growing up in Tucson, Arizona, and her decision to return to the traditional Mexican music of her childhood. Linda brings us into her life after retiring from music, and her memoir “Feels Like Home: A Song for the Sonoran Borderlands,” which reckons with her family history.
Teachers at a BASIS charter school in Tucson have voted to unionize. The Show looks at what that might mean for the school — and school choice. Plus, the surprising history of dude ranches. That and more on The Show.
Welcome back to Trail Correspondents! This is the moment we've all been waiting for: hitting the trail. While 11 members of this group have boots on the ground and are headed in their chosen direction toward their trail's terminus, today we also hear from one correspondent who has yet to depart along with another who, after a harrowing first day, has made the difficult decision to get off trail. Each trail presents its own difficulties and challenges and simply showing up on the first day is certainly a herculean feat in and of itself. So, let's learn about how our correspondents are acclimating to trail life as we hear first-hand about their first days and nights. In the words of Samuel Jackson, “hold onto your butts.” To save 15% on CTUG gear head to chickentrampergear.com and use code “TREK15” at checkout. This code applies to all their gear excluding backpacks and camera bags. In today's episode we hear from: Abbey Turnbull Harking from the South Coast of the UK, Abbey, aged 26, is swapping the rolling hills of the South Downs for the mountains of the Pacific Crest. A thru-hike of the JMT last year confirmed what she thought to be true – hiking from Mexico to Canada was her destiny for 2023. Loves good food and wine, Taylor Swift, American hospitality, and mountain vistas. Hates steep downhill slopes, her own unfortunate susceptibility to altitude sickness, and oatmeal. Abbigale (Abby) Evans Abby Evans (she/they) has a hankering to shave their head and hike the AT and now they will get to do both! They will be fulfilling their vagabond-dirtbag-poet dreams and aspire to one day become a creative writing professor. They'll be listening to seventies folk music and reflecting on their life as they wander through all the states they grew up in: they were born in Maryland, grew up in New Jersey and went to college at Virginia Tech. Abby is excited for this Bildungsroman and hopes to celebrate their 23rd birthday (August 24) near Maine. Aly Pagano Aly is local to the southern Appalachians in western North Carolina. She has spent her life hiking, trail running, fishing, foraging, and farming; she aspires to increase her own knowledge and awareness of traditional Appalachian folk medicine, music, and skills as in an effort to live harmoniously with the mountains around her. With a degree in Ecology, Aly focuses on seasonal changes, flora, and fauna while hiking the Appalachian Trail. Iris Hartshorn A queer Alaskan, Iris, aka Panther, strives to build adventure into their life. The last years have been filled with world travel, skiing, packrafting, hiking, backpacking, vanlife, and epic trips across Alaska. This year's highlight is to walk from Mexico to Canada. Or, at least, just to keep walking somewhere. Angelique "Perky"Krohn Angelique (she/her) is a children's librarian, artist, and semi-professional dungeon master, currently residing with her partner and their cat in New Jersey. She thru hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2018, and has been dreaming about hiking the Continental Divide Trail ever since. She is especially looking forward to exploring the different landscapes along the CDT and learning more about the plants and animals that call them home. It is rumored she might finally break the world record for “World's Dirtiest Pair of Glasses” along this trek. David Firari David “Good Soup” is excited to be sharing their northbound Appalachian Trail with you! This is their first ever backpacking trip and they hope all the reading and shakedown hikes they did pay off. In addition to being a novice backpacker, Good Soup is also managing a schedule of recurring medical treatments back home in Wisconsin in order to make this trip happen. Derek Witteman Derek is a 37 years young Northern California native, presently thriving in San Antonio, Texas. In no particular order he is a physician, veteran, hiker, nerd, and jokester. In his free time he enjoys taking selfies with wildlife, and thinking of spirit animals the represent his current mood. Eddie Arriola Eddie is a travel PTA, physical therapist assistant, who's been dreaming of the PCT for four years. In his spare time he enjoys photography, karaoke, and has other eclectic hobbies. He's originally from southern Arizona, Tucson, and is excited to get back to his primary partner and dogs after the trail. Elke Pabst Elke comes from Germany and wants to thruhike the AT with her dog Tilli. It is her first stay in the USA und doesn t hiking before. She has 3 nearly grown up sons and a husband who take care of everything while she is hiking with her 9 year old dog Tilli. Emily Russo Miller Dreaming of being on trail is Emily's favorite pastime. A 37-year-old journalist from Juneau, Alaska, she risked it all a few years ago (left her job, sold all her belongings and moved to the Lower 48) in pursuit of something new and beautiful. She found it in thru-hiking and hasn't looked back since. You may know her as “Bear Spray Girl” from her LASH on the AT in 2021, or “Legs” from her PCT thru in 2022. Jake Landgraf Jake is currently on the AT attempting his first thru-hike. A proud Wisconsin resident, he enjoys beer, the outdoors, and the Green Bay Packers. On trail, Jake is known as “Radioface” and is obsessed with cosmic brownies. Mary Garcia Mary is a boring woman who likes to make various things, especially her hiking gear. She also has problems completing a thru hike. She did half the PCT in 2017 and a month on the CDT in 2022. Summer Midyett Summer has had an adventurous spirit since she was young, having spent her most of her childhood traveling around the world with her family. She's been dreaming of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail since 2020, when she moved to Oregon and fell in love with the mountains of the PNW. While it's certainly shaping up to be an interesting year for the PCT, she's excited to see whatever the trail has in store. Check out Appalachian Trials and Pacific Crest Trials. Click here for more about the Book of Moron Have any praise, questions, praise, comments, praise, or praise for Trail Correspondents? Reach out to email@example.com. INSTAGRAM: Follow Trail Correspondents, The Trek, and Badger. YOUTUBE: Subscribe to The Trek. FACEBOOK: Follow Trail Correspondents and The Trek. Sign up for our newsletter Give us feedback on Trail Correspondents here. And remember that you can still save 15% on CTUG gear by heading to chickentrampergear.com and using the code “TREK15” at checkout. Once again, this code applies to all their gear excluding backpacks and camera bags.
Squad, I appreciate you all! I'm traveling this week so I wanted to play for you the most popular episode from year one. Ed Boyen's story is incredible, crazy, funny and scary! He had a little bit of everything in there and I believe that's why it resonated with you all so much! If you missed it, here's an opportunity to catch up. If you caught it the firs time, you might wanna re-listen because Ed is back for another interview and that one is coming up next week! And again, another great interview!!! Be safe out there, come visit me on FB or instagram at CP_SFAF...
Themes: Relationships, Self Growth, Yoga, Empowerment, Partnership, Love, Spirituality, Life JourneyStarting her yoga practice at age 20, Gianna Cecile has used the wisdom of yoga to heal from back pain, depression, ADHD, and a motorcycle accident. She is an international educator teaching yogic practices and Ayurvedic living around the world. She works as a death doula and transitional guide, and runs an online school called the Siddhi School of Yoga. Through her work, she hopes to create space for people to see their options, realize their desires, and create their realities.In this exploration of self & relationship, Damodar & Gianna talk about an inspiring range of topics that touch on all the themes of this podcast - including:- The unveiling our divine gifts through the state of focus + flow - Yoga as a path of dusting off what covers our inner truth- What is relationship anarchy?- Maintaining our authenticity + individuality when in relationship with others- Where relationships & partnerships go wrong - Relationship as a bigger path to self growth + empowerment - How to live in presence in relationship & not projection when in relationshipand much more...Connect with Gianna here:giannayoga.com*Reach Out to Empowered Connection podcast host Damodar for your FREE Discovery Session - and start your 2023 journey of self & relational discovery & empowerment... for both individuals + couples who are ready to explore, illuminate + empower their lives & their relationshipsAND Get 10% OFF your coaching journey by mentioning the Empowered Connection Podcast*Attention Yoga Teachers in the Philadelphia/NJ/Delaware areas:Empower & Uplevel your yoga teaching with this special50 hr Advance Your Teaching Training THIS JUNE at Palo Santo Yoga in Philadelphia*Men's Circle starts June 4th - once a month in-person in Philadelphia & once a month online from around the world - contact Damodar to learn more*Follow Damodar on Instagram (and, gulp, TickTok) for Daily Self Growth & Relationship Tips + Tools:@empoweredconnection.me*Sponsored by wellness apothecary and all natural healing products for the body, mind & spirt Bhava Wellness&EMPOWERED CONNECTION
Monday pod, Hour 2: BREAKING NEWS− Bronny James commits to USC; Former Arizona pitcher now a college softball TV analyst Kenzie Fowler previews the Pac-12 softball tournament being played in Tucson; Calling for support of the Pac-12 tournament from the local softball community.
Episode 274: Live From The Chief Comedy Festival and Train TourHappy anniversary to us! In this episode, we celebrate our 6-year anniversary with an episode recorded live at the Chief Comedy Festival and Train Tour. This episode features Autumn Horvat (Chief Comedy Festival), Ameerah Yasmine Sanders (Limestone Comedy Festival), Dan Umthun (Doomcast), and Sara Anne Myers (“Real Laughs” on 104.1FM Orlando). Each comedian shares their grooming bombing story and we chat about those experiences and what knowledge was gained. Plus more!IG: https://www.instagram.com/thechieffestival/Autumn:Autumn Horvat is a Tucson comedian who has performed all over the southwest. She is a regular at Laffs comedy cafe and has worked with Gilbert Gottfried. She has been called a female Jerry Seinfeld. Clearly, she's going places!IG: https://www.instagram.com/autbothorvat/Ameerah:Ameerah is a Chicago-based comic who has opened for Ron Funches and Hari Kondabolu.IG: https://www.instagram.com/ameerahsanders/Dan:Dan's jokes are painstakingly handcrafted in small batches with smoked peat and aged in sherry oak casks for 12 years. He was all-state Speech in Group Acting in 1999 and has since performed at the Guthrie Center American Legion for two free Coors Banquets, a fine beer. He executive produced Beast Village Comedy Fest in Des Moines, the Underground Comedy Open Mic since 2008 and a fine web series about geek culture called the Doomcast.IG: https://www.instagram.com/danumthun/Sara:Quirky, cutesy, and all-around “adorkable”, Sara Anne Myers' storytelling is awkward, clever, and painfully endearing. Sara performs at multiple venues around the country including the Improv, Funny Bone, and Bonkerz Comedy Clubs. She was a semi-finalist in the “Florida 104.1FM Monsters in the Morning Comedian of the Year” competition, as well as the “Florida's Funniest Female” competition, and has been a frequent contributor to the radio show “Real Laughs” on 104.1FM Orlando. Sara has opened for a variety of comedians including Theo Von, Jeremy Piven, Tommy Davidson, Adam Ferrara, and Brad Williams.IG: https://www.instagram.com/sara.anne.myers/Sponsored by https://www.puxhub.com/: Hey bomb squad if you're a comedian or podcaster looking for an affordable website solution with a modern look then we recommend PuxHub! With a PuxHub website, you can set up your new website in minutes with easy-to-use prebuilt templates. PuxHub websites are customizable and easily integrated with IG, TikTok, and Twitter platforms. The best part, PuxHub plans are only $5 per month! We use PuxHub for our website, and we think you should too and that's why we've partnered with PuxHub to offer listeners a free 60-trial! Head over to PuxHub.com to subscribe and use promo code "AOBPOD" at check out for your 60-day free trial and then pay only $5 per month after that. Take your career to the next level with your own PuxHub website today!Thomas NicholsThomas Nichols is a stand-up comedian based out of Dallas, Texas. His unique and whip-smart observations span from everything from cartoons to politics to pineapple fanta - the laid-back funnyman transitions seamlessly from one tightly crafted joke to the next within the course of a single set. Deadpan, hilarious, and wise beyond his years, Nichols is a nationally touring comic who's been featured in the horror film “Subferatu” as Roosevelt. He's also been a finalist in many comedy festivals like Funniest Comic in Texas Competition, Seattle International Competition, and many more.http://www.tncomedy.net/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfCI1B5mVAPJUb09k4ln4UAhttps://www.facebook.com/tncomedyhttps://www.instagram.com/tncomedy/https://twitter.com/tncomedyArt of Bombing:"Nobody Had a Podcast Called The Art of Bombing" Theme by John HultBumpers provided by Joe Nicola MusicWebsite: https://www.artofbombingpod.com/Merch: https://art-of-bombing-pod.creator-spring.com/Buy us a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/aobpodFB: https://www.facebook.com/artobpodcast/Twitter: @artofbombingpodInstagram: @artofbombingpodTwitch: @artofbombingpodYouTube: Art of Bombing PodcastDan Bublitz Jr: http://www.danbublitz.com/Josh Shirley: http://www.joshshirleycomedy.com
Hello and welcome to The HourTime Show, the official podcast of WristWatchReview.com. Your hosts this week are Victor (@vmarks on Twitter) and Nicholas (@nicholasadeleon). John is away this week. He sends his regards. **For a video version of this podcast, simply visit our YouTube channel.** This week, Victor and Nicholas primarily discuss three big topics: Seestern's new Pelagos homage and how it compares to similar pieces from the likes of Heimdallr, and why you'd want to spend $300 on an homage versus a rep; Rolex's certified pre-owed program; the Belhamel Contra A40; and some DIY watch project stuff. We also briefly mention some big New York Times article on replica handbags, which *we think* is relevant but we didn't actually read the article. We also bring back audio podcast chapters with this episode. Adding chapters tacks on several more minutes to post-production so hopefully someone out there appreciates them. If your podcast player supports chapters you can more easily skip around to different segments of the episode. Many of the most popular podcast apps, including Apple Podcasts, Overcast, and Pocket Casts, support podcasts, but I (Nicholas) don't know offhand if Spotify does. I guess we'll see! Thanks once again to Andrew Haworth for his help producing this week's episode. Keep it locked to WristWatchReview.com and @wristwatchreview on Instagram for more fun watch content. And feel free to come hang with us all day on Discord! Thank you for listening, and have a great week! -Nicholas, Tucson, AZ, May 7, 2023
I'm thrilled to announce the 2024 Live Wealthy Conference aka Money & Wellness Conference for Women Physicians. Save the date: March 3-6, 2024 at Miraval Resort & Spa in Tucson, AZ. Early Access Registration opens on May 23. Live Wealthy members can register starting May 18. To get all the deets and join the waitlist to get early access to the conference as it will sell out: https://wealthymommd.com/2024-conf
Friday Night Movie by @pancake4table
Friday Night Movie & the University of Arizona's School of Theatre, Film & Television are back together! This time, Becky and Shai are on the ground in Tucson with special coverage of I Dream in Widescreen 2023, the 18th annual showcase of senior thesis films made by UArizona's brilliant next generation filmmakers. This two-part special has everything: laughs, tears, scares, Star Wars movie rankings, and more! Part 1: Unconditional - A distraught teen contends with her absentminded mother as they struggle to mend their relationship - Chloe Pesso (Director) and Isabella Russo (Actor) The Rematch - A once promising amateur boxer must decide whether to leave behind his life in the ring - Myles Gordon (Director, Writer) and Kaila Hines (Producer, Writer) Faculty Roundtable - Jacob Bricca (Head of Film & Television Production), Lisanne Skyler (Film & Television Production), Hank Stratton (Head of Acting), Kevin Black, (Acting, Voice/Movement, Screen Acting) Part 2: Deserted - A rock climber fights for his life as he is stalked by an unknown creature - Ryan Ramsey (Director, Writer) and Babacar Bar (Actor) The Art of Leaving Home - A stubborn young woman, anxious to see the world, must first overcome the Jewish guilt placed upon her by her overcritical grandmother - Hadas Bar (Director, Writer) and Kyle Openshaw (Producer) The Rise of Ronnie - A man clearly past his prime hires a documentary film crew in his quixotic quest to prove he's a boxer destined for greatness - Zack Richardson (Director) Mateo Siegel (Co-Writer on Deserted, Sound Designer & Composer on Sunbeam, Composer on Old Times Not Forgotten, Composer on The Wizard No More) Follow our guests on IG: @chloepesso @isabelllarusso @jayred_gordon (Myles Gordon) @kailaproductions_ @ryanpramsey @_babacar.b @mouteck (Hadas Bar) @framedby35 (Kyle Openshaw) In solidarity with the Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike, Friday Night Movie is supporting the Entertainment Community Fund, which provides emergency financial assistance and provides social services to a broad array of entertainment industry professionals. Sign up for the Friday Night Movie Newsletter for giveaways, curated episode playlists from the hosts and guests (including our mom), and at MOST one email per month (and probably fewer). Closed captions for this episode are available via the player on the official Friday Night Movie homepage, the Podbean app and website, and YouTube. The Friday Night Movie Family supports the following organizations: the DC Abortion Fund, HIAS, NAACP Legal Defense Fund | Equal Justice Initiative | Asian American Journalists Association | The Entertainment Community Fund. Subscribe, rate and review us on your favorite podcast platform, including iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | Podbean | Overcast. Catch up on all the Friday Night Movie SXSW special coverage in this playlist, including featured interviews from SXSW Wonder House hosted by the University of Arizona. Play along with Friday Night Movie at home! Read the FNM Glossary to learn the about our signature bits (e.g., Buy/Rent/Meh, I Told You Shows, Tradesies, etc). Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @FriNightMovie, @pancake4table, @chichiKgomez, and/or @paperBKprincess. Follow our creations and zany Instagram stories @frinightmovie, @FNMsisters, and @pancake4table. Follow us on Letterboxd (@pancake4table) where we're rating every movie we've EVER watched. Subscribe to our quarterly newsletter for exclusive giveaways and news! Theme music by What Does It Eat. Subscribe and leave a review on IOS or Android at frinightmovie.com.
Friday Night Movie by @pancake4table
Friday Night Movie & the University of Arizona's School of Theatre, Film & Television are back together! This time, Becky and Shai are on the ground in Tucson with special coverage of I Dream in Widescreen 2023, the 18th annual showcase of senior thesis films made by UArizona's brilliant next generation filmmakers. This two-part special has everything: laughs, tears, scares, Star Wars movie rankings, and more! Part 2: Deserted - A rock climber fights for his life as he is stalked by an unknown creature - Ryan Ramsey (Director, Writer) and Babacar Bar (Actor) The Art of Leaving Home - A stubborn young woman, anxious to see the world, must first overcome the Jewish guilt placed upon her by her overcritical grandmother - Hadas Bar (Director, Writer) and Kyle Openshaw (Producer) The Rise of Ronnie - A man clearly past his prime hires a documentary film crew in his quixotic quest to prove he's a boxer destined for greatness - Zack Richardson (Director) Mateo Siegel (Co-Writer on Deserted, Sound Designer & Composer on Sunbeam, Composer on Old Times Not Forgotten, Composer on The Wizard No More) Part 1: Unconditional - A distraught teen contends with her absentminded mother as they struggle to mend their relationship - Chloe Pesso (Director) and Isabella Russo (Actor) The Rematch - A once promising amateur boxer must decide whether to leave behind his life in the ring - Myles Gordon (Director, Writer) and Kaila Hines (Producer, Writer) Faculty Roundtable - Jacob Bricca (Head of Film & Television Production), Lisanne Skyler (Film & Television Production), Hank Stratton (Head of Acting), Kevin Black, (Acting, Voice/Movement, Screen Acting) Follow our guests on IG: @chloepesso @isabelllarusso @jayred_gordon (Myles Gordon) @kailaproductions_ @ryanpramsey @_babacar.b @mouteck (Hadas Bar) @framedby35 (Kyle Openshaw) In solidarity with the Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike, Friday Night Movie is supporting the Entertainment Community Fund, which provides emergency financial assistance and provides social services to a broad array of entertainment industry professionals. Sign up for the Friday Night Movie Newsletter for giveaways, curated episode playlists from the hosts and guests (including our mom), and at MOST one email per month (and probably fewer). Closed captions for this episode are available via the player on the official Friday Night Movie homepage, the Podbean app and website, and YouTube. The Friday Night Movie Family supports the following organizations: the DC Abortion Fund, HIAS, NAACP Legal Defense Fund | Equal Justice Initiative | Asian American Journalists Association | The Entertainment Community Fund. Subscribe, rate and review us on your favorite podcast platform, including iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | Podbean | Overcast. Catch up on all the Friday Night Movie SXSW special coverage in this playlist, including featured interviews from SXSW Wonder House hosted by the University of Arizona. Play along with Friday Night Movie at home! Read the FNM Glossary to learn the about our signature bits (e.g., Buy/Rent/Meh, I Told You Shows, Tradesies, etc). Email us at email@example.com or tweet @FriNightMovie, @pancake4table, @chichiKgomez, and/or @paperBKprincess. Follow our creations and zany Instagram stories @frinightmovie, @FNMsisters, and @pancake4table. Follow us on Letterboxd (@pancake4table) where we're rating every movie we've EVER watched. Subscribe to our quarterly newsletter for exclusive giveaways and news! Theme music by What Does It Eat. Subscribe and leave a review on IOS or Android at frinightmovie.com.
Tucsonan David Rychener spent a career in the health field, but a lifetime in music. A singer and songwriter, David performs in many venues around the Old Pueblo, including weekly at White Stallion Ranch. He saddles up to the ranch, guitar in hand, to chat with Russell and Alan about his love of western tunes, what influences his songwriting, and how he's sharing music through his new podcast “Cowboy at Heart.”
Hey everyone, I hope you are having a great week so far and it's Fri-yay! I'm actually at the Healers in Healthcare Conference this weekend but I wanted to make sure to publish and share this week's episode of the podcast with you all. They say laughter is the best medicine and we get into all that with Cory Jenks. He earned his doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of South Carolina in 2011. Since then, he has practiced as a retail pharmacist, outpatient clinical pharmacist, and inpatient clinical pharmacist. He currently is a practicing clinical pharmacist—and improv comedian. Cory travels the country teaching healthcare professionals how to apply the valuable skills of improv comedy to create a more adaptable, empathetic, and humanizing healthcare experience for both patients and providers. Cory lives in Tucson, Arizona, with his wife, Cassie, their two children, and ten chickens. Connect with Cory: Website: https://coryjenks.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cory-jenks-3ba17314/ Fave Quote: “Pharmacists and other healthcare providers don't always get to control the diseases, diagnoses, and situations our patients face, but we can control being fully present with them, making sure they are seen, heard, and understood, and providing the memorable experience they deserve. - Cory Jenks For more amazing content, visit us at https://marinabuksov.com. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com. *Disclaimer*: The statements made herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any/All products listed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.
Olivia O. Cardenas-Trowers, M.D., is a fellowship trained Urogynecologist at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida who specializes in treating female pelvic floor disorders. Dr. Cardenas-Trowers is a Senior Associate Consultant in the Department of Medical and Surgical Gynecology and an Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine.Dr. Cardenas-Trowers earned her medical degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. She completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, followed by a fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Cardenas-Trowers is active in research and education. She has been awarded research funding and has authored more than 20 peer-reviewed publications and textbook chapters. She is a national speaker and holds positions on several national committees including the American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) and Society of Gynecologic Surgeons (SGS). Social media: twitter: otrowers_md
Christopher M. Bailey & DJ Wolvie (IG: @Chrisvsmyself & @DJWolvie) are local LA legendary cats by way of Tucson, Arizona. They're both multi-hyphenate creatives and live on the bleeding edge of culture in both the clothing and music space. Chris established the super buzzing, Last One Left, clothing brand which has been featured in The Los Angeles Times and worn by some of your favorite entertainers. DJ Wolvie is a super talented DJ with a musical palette that spans many genres. He formerly worked at HipHopDX and is a frequent collaborator with the Last One Left brand. Chris's life story was featured in the HBO Documentary, “Fake Famous,” which is a social experiment that highlights 3 up and coming creatives and manufactures turning them into “influencers” by hyping them up and buying fake followers for them on social media. DJ Wolvie was featured in the documentary as well. If you haven't seen it, you should go watch it! Wild stuff! EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS // + Showing up to a job interview thinking it was for Pharrell but finding out it was for Jay-Z + Navigating closed doors and trusting the timing of everything unfolding + Feeling out of place and getting harassed by bros in the party scene of Tucson, Arizona + Chris watching his mom spiral out of control from addiction and watching her go in and out of rehabs + Wolvie leaving Arizona for LA to work at HipHopDX and only getting paid $150 per month + The origins of Chris's clothing company “Last One Left” + The culture and nuances within the thrifting for clothes community and the idea of “compounding karma” within it + Suggesting an indie NYC nightclub to one of Jay-Z's friends and then watching the surrealness of Jay-Z and Beyonce pulling up to the club that same night + Being in HBO's “Fake Famous” documentary and the ridiculousness that Chris & Wolvie observed + Being super mindful of who you keep in your inner circle, and why it's essential to realizing your full potential
The Olive Garden's parent company is spending $715M to buy Ruth's Chris steakhouse because there are only 2 reasons to do a deal: to diversify or to double-down. The biggest financial story for the next month is the Debt Ceiling, so we're jumping in TBOY-style to what the drama means. And Ford just revealed the funky framework of the car industry: Pickup trucks are the venture capitalists of electric cars. $RUTH $DRI $F $TSLA Want merch, a shoutout, or got TheBestFactYet? Go to: www.tboypod.com Follow The Best One Yet on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @tboypod And now watch us on Youtube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
DENNIS ANYONE? with Dennis Hensley
Dennis is joined via Zoom by Vincent Paterson, director, choreographer, dancer, actor and now co-author of a book about his life and career entitled Icons & Instincts: Choreographing and Directing Entertainment's Biggest Stars. Dennis had so many questions for Vincent about working with icons like Michael Jackson, Madonna, Shirley MacLaine and the Mandrell SIsters that the interview lasted for over two hours. So ithis one's going to be a two-parter. In this episode, Part 1, Vincent talks about what inspired him to write the book, growing up with an alcoholic father in a small town in Pennsylvania and falling in love with dance in his mid 20's. He also discusses the tragic murder of his first lover in Tucson, AZ, the psychic interventions that helped him move out to LA and his earliest dance jobs working with stars like Olivia Newton-John in the "Totally Hot" video. He also talks about his long creative relationship with Michael Jackson, working first as a dancer in the “Beat It” and “Thriller” videos then choreographing Michael's epic “Smooth Criminal” video, which features that gravity-defying lean move that Dennis had several questions about. Other topics include: why choreographers need and deserve a union, saving pieces of floor from the "Thriller Room" the late great Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio in North Hollywood, what it was like to be part of the L.A. dance community during the AIDS crisis, talking about sex and masturbation with Michael Jackson, hanging out with Bubbles the Chimp and what Vincent thinks about when he hears a Michael Jackson song today. We get deep into Madonna and much more in Part 2. http://www.vincentpaterson.com
Synopsis On today's date in 1953, at New York's 92nd Street “Y,” the Walden String Quartet tackled the difficult First String Quartet of American composer Elliott Carter. Carter's Quartet was as densely-packed with ideas as a page from James Joyce— – an author the composer cited as an influence. But, writing for the Herald Tribune, composer Virgil Thomson gave the work a glowing review: “The piece is complex of texture, delicious in sound, richly expressive, and in every way grand— – the audience loved it,” wrote Thomson. That same year Carter's Quartet won First Prize in the International String Quartet competition in Belgium -- – a contest Carter entered almost as an afterthought. “My First Quartet was written largely for my own satisfaction and grew out of an effort to understand myself,” he said. To escape from the distractions of New York, Carter retreated to the desert near Tucson to write it. No one had commissioned the Quartet, and Carter initially feared its complexity would baffle performers and audiences. His next quartet, equally challenging, won a Pulitzer Prize. Complexity would characterize Carter's music for the next 50 years—although the composer himself insisted that fantasy and invention, rather than difficulty for its own sake, had always been his goal. Music Played in Today's Program Elliott Carter (1908 - 2012) String Quartet No. 1 The Composers Quartet Nonesuch 71249
The Perfect Stool Understanding and Healing the Gut Microbiome
Learn how dietary and supplemental fiber can help maintain regular bowel movements, promote a healthy gut microbiome, and reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Plus, find out how fiber different supplements can help with constipation, reduce cholesterol levels, and restore butyrate producers in the colon, as well as when and what kinds of fiber are best in IBD and IBS/SIBO. Lindsey Parsons, your host, helps clients solve gut issues and reverse autoimmune disease naturally. Take her quiz to see which stool or functional medicine test will help you find out what's wrong. She's a Certified Health Coach at High Desert Health in Tucson, Arizona. She coaches clients locally and nationwide. You can also follow Lindsey on Facebook, Tiktok, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest or reach her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a free 30-minute Gut Healing Breakthrough Session. Show Notes
Backseaters, jump on in, and buckle up. If you're tall however, sorry not sorry if there's no leg room. Short King and Queen Dustin and Mel are ruling the thrones up front today as we reminisce on the kids growing older, family swimming across the nation, a thorough review of Super Mario World at Universal Studios, a fan question on whether they should pursue professional stand up or not, and more of your emails. Watch the new comedy special, Runs in the Family Dustin Nickerson | Runs in the Family (Full Comedy Special) #newcomedy #standupcomedy : https://youtu.be/0Dybn3Atj9k Don't forget, you can now WATCH the show on YouTube for the full featured experience here: https://www.youtube.com/@DustinNickerson. - This Week's Sponsor: BARK TECHNOLOGIES >> Keep Your Kids Safe with Bark Technologies and the NEW Bark Phone. Use promo code DONTMAKEME at www.bark.us for your free 7 day trial and 15% OFF your LIFETIME subscription AND get $200 off first year when you port your child's number to a Bark Phone. - Order Dustin's book: How to Be Married (To Melissa) today!” https://www.thomasnelson.com/p/how-to-be-married-to-melissa/ Check out our Patreon page! Head to https://www.patreon.com/DustinNickerson for exclusive bonus content and to help support the show. Want to be a part of the show? Shoot us a message to email@example.com and get your very own horrible parenting/relationship advice. Don't Make Me Come Back There is edited & produced in partnership with Andy Lara at www.andylikeswords.com.