Oh what a beautiful morning because we are here with actor, singer, and three-time Tony-nominee, Mary Testa. You Might Know Her From Whoopi, Sex and the City, The Bounty Hunter, and the New York stage productions of Queen of the Mist, Xanadu, 42nd Street, Barnum, On the Town, The Rink, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and Oklahoma. Mary gave us all the goods on developing Xanadu, and how it found its way to Broadway, accepting the role of Aunt Eller while Sally Struthers was watching the Golden Globes in her living room, and iconically covering for Liza Minnelli in The Rink opposite Chita Rivera. We also got into the collaborative relationship she has with Michael John La Chuisa and the significance of headlining Queen of the Mist. All that plus Mary took all (and we mean all) our hot gossip questions about 42nd Street, taking over for Terri White, and whether or not Jennifer Aniston did coverage! This one was just a beautiful way to ring in 2023. We love you all! Follow us on social media: @damianbellino || @rodemanne Discussed this week L Word Gen Q is rough but Leisha Hailey has chemistry with everyone Leisha's Yoplait commercial We love crab rangoon, sorry Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese cookbook NYT got dragged for pea guacamole Anne in Nxivm kick (The Vow, Seduced) Shelly Miscavige (wife of head of Scientology, David Miscavige) has been missing since 2007 Golden Globes hosted by Jarrod Carmichael who joked about Shelly's disappearance We love you Leah Remini (Second Act is a great movie of women for a plane) Composer Michael John La Chiusa wrote Queen of the Mist for her (story of Anna Edson Taylor who went over Niagara Falls in a barrel in 1901) Mary's full interview with Transport Group Bonnie Milligan is giving an incredible performance in Kimberly Akimbo on Broadway is Mary was so good in 2007 Broadway production of Xanadu (bootleg) opposite Jackie Hoffman Appeared with Nathan Lane & Whoopi in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and her eponymous sitcom, Whoopi (2003) Adriana Trigiani got Mary out to LA and on an ep of A Different World Starred as Aunt Eller in the 2019 production of Oklahoma (“Sexy Oklahoma”) directed by Daniel Fish Aunt Eller making Jiffy cornbread at the start of the show Stepped into Kander & Ebb's 1984 Broadway musical, The Rink for Liza Minnelli (Stockard Channing was supposed to go on when Liza left) Clips from The Rink She never really liked Sondheim and he never really liked her Was a standby in Barnum and had to do a bunch of circus skills (and cover for Terri White) Stepped down from March of the Falsettos for Barnum (job was on Broadway and paid so much more) Carrie Bradshaw talked through her rendition of “All That Jazz” on Sex and the City (with Stanford's husband, Sean Palmer) 2001 revival of 42nd Street was thrilling (Kate Levering and Mary were both in Best Supporting) Yes, the tappers DID sing (maybe with sweeteners) Christine Ebersole is a 9/11 truther (here with Alex Jones) 9/11 was a Tuesday Was in the notorious flop, Marilyn: An American Fable (Frank Rich's review) Original star was Geralyn Petchel Jennifer Aniston (The Bounty Hunter) was nicer than Julia Roberts (Eat, Pray, Love) Mary's “When You're Good to Mama” Annie Golden calls them “nods from god” We love supermodels Patricia Velasquez interview (ep #84) was in two 90s supermodel docs to watch: Catwalk / Unzipped
The Vow is a 2012 Romantic Drama. It's the story of Paige Collins played by Rachel McAdams and her husband Leo played by Channing Tatum. Paige and Leo are married and spoiler alert, shortly after we meet them, there is a car crash, by which Paige loses her memory… she loses her memory of who Leo is, their marriage, their life together, their apartment, it's all gone. The Vow is the story of Paige and Leo picking up the pieces of the life that she lost complete memory of, and BASICALLY it's the story of them re-learning how to love each other. With some significant external factors in the way that we get into in the podcast.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
**Content Warning: Child Sex Abuse** Self-help goes dark when a now-convicted and imprisoned sex trafficker and pedophile was at the helm of the ship. Unbeknownst to most of the members of NXIVM, curriculum was created to groom the inner circle to do whatever he wanted in a sex slave/master context. I speak with Sarah Edmondson, a key whistleblower and top recruiter, who went public with her story after being literally branded into a women's secret society within NXIVM. She tells the story of what it was like, how she is healing and how to spot other culty groups through her experience and now expertise from her and her husband's podcast called A Little Bit Culty.Click here to watch the episode on YouTube **GIVEAWAY! Sarah is generously giving away a copy of her book to one lucky winner! If you loved this episode and wish to enter, do the following:1. Share the YouTube link to this episode on your IG stories (via link button)2. Tag @cultstoconsciousness , @alittlebitculty and 3 friends in the same story3. Mention your favorite part about the episodeOne winner will be chosen at random and announced via @cultstoconsciousness on IG on February 1st. Good luck!**(Clickable timestamps on YouTube)Sarah's Social!Instagram: @SarahEdmondson@ALittleBitCultyWebsite: ALittleBitCulty.comCult awareness and recovery resourcesJoin ‘A Little Bit Culty' on PatreonGet poppin' fresh ALBC SwagAbout Sarah:Sarah Edmondson is a Canadian actress who has starred in the CBS series Salvation and more than twelve films for the Hallmark Channel and Lifetime. She is also a well-established voice-over artist for popular series such as Transformers: Cybertron and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. In 2005, when NXIVM, a personal and professional development company, promised to provide the tools and insight Sarah needed to reach her potential, she was intrigued. Over her twelve-year tenure, she went from student to coach and eventually operated her own NXIVM center in Vancouver. Questions kept coming up about the organization's rules and practices, which came to a head in 2017 when she accepted an invitation from her best friend to join DOS, a “secret sisterhood” within NXIVM.Support ShelisePatreon: Patreon.com/cultstoconsciousnessVenmo @sheliseannAny donations are welcome and appreciated to support the making of this podcastFind Shelise on Social media!Instagram @cultstoconsciousnessHost Instagram @sheliseannTikTok @cults.to.consciousnessTwitter @cultstoconTheme Song Produced and Composed by Christian Guevara**Disclaimer: Thanks for joining us at Cults to Consciousness. This storytelling podcast is meant to be for entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for medical advice. We may discuss triggering topics and we ask that you make your personal mental health a priority. Lastly, the opinions of our guests do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the host.**
Can you get sick if it's cold outside and your hair is wet? Langston and David talk with Jay Jurden (The Problem with Jon Stewart) about this classic old wives tale and David's infatuation with "old wive tale". Plus, we get to the bottom of Mike Bibby's cultish antics. Send your conspiracy theories, music drops, and any problematic talks to email@example.com You will not want to miss My Momma Told Me LIVE! at The Elysian in Los Angeles, California. Show is on Thursday, February 16th at 7:30pm. Get your tickets here! Not in Los Angeles? Catch the show LIVE on MomentHouse! Get your MomentHouse tickets here! We are now on YouTube! Listen & Watch episodes of My Momma Told Me. Subscribe to the channel here!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sometimes, we anticipate grand miracles happening for us, when all along the miracle is us. Life is a miracle. Every breath we breathe is a miracle. Every day we rise is a miracle. Our dreams, love and purpose all are miracles. Being here in this present moment is the miracle. Right now, let's take a few moments to receive the miracles we truly are and life truly is. Here are vows to appreciate the miracles of life, and ourselves. Created, written + voiced by Mel Chanté for Vow to Self. Join our newsletter: Vow to Self Newsletter. Listen to Mel Chanté's music on all platforms. Music by Franky Payne. Make sure to follow @vowtoself on Instagram, and message us your vow to keep spreading light.
¿ Somos lo que vivimos o lo que recordamos ? Esta es la pregunta que nos plantea Votos de Amor o The Vow película del 2012 protagonizada por Channing Tatum y Rachel McAdams . Esta nos cuenta la historia de Page y Leo un joven y feliz matrimonio que ve su futuro en riesgo luego de tener un accidente automovilístico donde ella pierde la memoria y no recuerda ni a su marido ni su historia de amor . Inspirada en hechos reales esta película y este capítulo son , sin duda, imperdibles. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crazystupidpodcast/support
There is greatness in every day, there is greatness in you. When we believe in the possibilities of great things happening to and for us, we see the fruits of that belief. Speaking great things over our lives manifests great happenings. Today, we're proclaiming all of the great blessings ahead, and those within. Here are vows to declare and receive great things. Created, written + voiced by Mel Chanté for Vow to Self. Join our newsletter: Vow to Self Newsletter. Listen to Mel Chanté's music on all platforms. Music by Franky Payne. Make sure to follow @vowtoself on Instagram, and message us your vow to keep spreading light.
Join Ellimist and Orchid as they continue reading the lore tabs on the " Vow of the Disciple" Hunter raid armor. The episode was produced by Rindel Zivas. You can find him on Twitter at: @RindelZivas The artwork for the episode is courtesy of Vulshok. You can find him on Twitter at: @VulshokB Guardians of Lore: Website: https://guardians-of-lore.pinecast.co Twitter: @guardians_lore Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Discord: https://discord.gg/LoreHub You can find other amazing lore content creators at: https://thelorenetwork.com If you feel generous, you can leave us a tip at: https://ko-fi.com/guardians_lore
In Part 2 Sarah Edmondson's story, we see how the truth slowly starts to unfold. Sarah realizes that Keith Raniere, Nancy Salzman, and NXIVM were abusing many of its female members. For the first time, Sarah sees the horrible truth about the organization, and how Keith was actually sexually abusing women behind closed doors. When Sarah was tricked into joining DOS, more insidious events unfold all around NXIVM, which lead to Sarah taking action to protect herself and the women around her. Listen to how Sarah's whistleblowing finally started the beginning of the end of NXIVM. Host Information: Instagram: Dr Ramani's IG - @doctorramani Facebook: Dr Ramani's FB - @doctorramani Twitter: Dr Ramani's TW - @DoctorRamani YouTube: Dr. Ramani's YT - DoctorRamani Guest Information: Instagram: Sarah Edmondson's IG - @sarahedmondson Facebook: Sarah Edmondson's FB - Sarah Edmondson Twitter: Sarah Edmondson's TW - @sarahjedmondson Book: Scarred Podcast: A Little Bit Culty Guest Bio: Sarah is a working actor and artist. She is known for her role in NXIVM; which initially intrigued her with its promise to provide the tools and insight she needed to reach her potential. It all came into focus when she accepted an invitation to join DOS, a “secret sisterhood” within NXIVM. It was a decision that resulted in a front page bombshell in the New York Times featuring her story as a woman on a mission to shut NXIVM down. Sarah published Scarred: The True Story of How I Escaped NXIVM, the Cult that Bound My Life. Sarah's journey as a whistleblower has also been featured in “The Vow”, the critically acclaimed HBO documentary series. I want to hear from you, too. Have a toxic topic you want me to explore? Email me at email@example.com I just might answer you questions on air. This podcast should not be used as a substitute for medical or mental health advice. Individuals are advised to seek independent medical advice, counseling, and/or therapy from a health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issue, or health inquiry, including matters discussed on this podcast. Navigating Narcissism is produced by Red Table Talk Podcasts. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Jada Pinkett-Smith, Fallon Jethroe, Ellen Rakieten, and Dr. Ramani Durvasula. Also, PRODUCER: Matthew Jones, ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Mara De La Rosa. EDITORS AND AUDIO MIXERS: Devin Donaghy and Calvin Bailiff.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Over the last few years I've seen a greater amount of focus on how much meat we consume as a society—and what the environmental impacts of all that consumption are.Because of that, we wanted to turn to George Peppou. George is co-founder and CEO of food-tech startup, Vow, which aims to produce meat that is better than the meat we eat today, creating tantalizing and unique culinary experiences. Vow does this by culturing the cells of animals, from both species we eat today and those we could never farm, creating a range of cell ingredients which can be turned into a wide variety of products – all produced using the same manufacturing process. George began his career as a chef while studying biochemistry at the University of Sydney. George is a serial entrepreneur and inventor, with over 30 patents granted.We discuss cultured meat, the benefits of cell-grown meat, what's going to happen to this market longterm, and the regulatory problems that govern this emerging market.As always, we welcome your feedback. Please make sure to subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play - and make sure to follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn!
Jamie welcomes back Radical Aliveness founder Ann Bradney and friend of the pod Piper Sample to discuss Keith Raniere, Nancy Salzman and the second season of HBO's "The Vow." Learn more about Ann's work at radicalaliveness.org, follow @jamiestein, check out his work at hollywoodreadings.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jamie-stein/support
The natural state of life is harmony, which means our natural state of being is harmony. When we reflect on the flow and beauty of nature, we see that harmony is at its center. There is harmony in the stars of the sky, the sun and the moon, flowers and their petals, leaves and their veins, trees and their roots. There is harmony in every breath we breathe, every blink of our eyes, every beat of our hearts. Right now, we're taking a few moments to be in harmony with ourselves, and at peace in our spirits. Here are vows for harmony within. Created, written + voiced by Mel Chanté for Vow to Self. Join our newsletter: Vow to Self Newsletter. Listen to Mel Chanté's music on all platforms. Music by Franky Payne. Make sure to follow @vowtoself on Instagram, and message us your vow to keep spreading light.
Sarah Edmondson was a young actress pursuing a career in film and television, when she hit a low point and was hoping to find a new purpose in life. She ran into renowned filmmaker, Mark Vicente, who spoke to her about NXIVM and eventually brought her into the organization. There she started following Keith Raniere and Nancy Salzman's mission. They encouraged Sarah to give her all. In part 1 of 2, we learn about how NXIVM's leadership undermined its followers and groomed them in such a conniving way, that no one knew what was happening to them. Sarah grew close to many members of the organization - which later turned out to be a cult, and even rose up in leadership. Listen to how Sarah's journey and newfound community helped her find a new meaning in life. Host Information: Instagram: Dr Ramani's IG - @doctorramani Facebook: Dr Ramani's FB - @doctorramani Twitter: Dr Ramani's TW - @DoctorRamani YouTube: Dr. Ramani's YT - DoctorRamani Guest Information: Instagram: Sarah Edmondson's IG - @sarahedmondson Facebook: Sarah Edmondson's FB - Sarah Edmondson Twitter: Sarah Edmondson's TW - @sarahjedmondson Book: Scarred Podcast: A Little Bit Culty Guest Bio: Sarah is a working actor and artist. She is known for her role in NXIVM; which initially intrigued her with its promise to provide the tools and insight she needed to reach her potential. It all came into focus when she accepted an invitation to join DOS, a “secret sisterhood” within NXIVM. It was a decision that resulted in a front page bombshell in the New York Times featuring her story as a woman on a mission to shut NXIVM down. Sarah published Scarred: The True Story of How I Escaped NXIVM, the Cult that Bound My Life. Sarah's journey as a whistleblower has also been featured in “The Vow”, the critically acclaimed HBO documentary series. I want to hear from you, too. Have a toxic topic you want me to explore? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I just might answer you questions on air. This podcast should not be used as a substitute for medical or mental health advice. Individuals are advised to seek independent medical advice, counseling, and/or therapy from a health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issue, or health inquiry, including matters discussed on this podcast. Navigating Narcissism is produced by Red Table Talk Podcasts. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Jada Pinkett-Smith, Fallon Jethroe, Ellen Rakieten, and Dr. Ramani Durvasula. Also, PRODUCER: Matthew Jones, ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Mara De La Rosa. EDITORS AND AUDIO MIXERS: Devin Donaghy and Calvin Bailiff.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy 2023!! Next year is here and with it, a new season of Eavesdroppin', your favourite real life, true crime, supernatural podcast with Geordie & Michelle!So what's on the menu today? It's dark, it's icky, it's season 2 of The Vow… Yes, this week we have an update on the NXIVM cult and Keith Raniere because there's been court cases, new shock revelations and sentencing… But first we kick off with some namedroppin' when Michelle talks about having lunch with comedy legend Steve Coogan and how she tried to get him to become an Eavesdropper… Geordie gets exasperated with an unidentified Australian bird and Michelle reads the inspiring words of Alan Watts as a tonic for the new year…And then… NXIVM. Geordie dives deep into the The Vow Part 2, touching on new information that has come to light about the cult, its members, the disturbing events and what's happened to Keith Raniere. SPOILER ALERT – if you've not watched the series yet and intend to do so… you won't need to after listening
You may recognize Sarah Edmondson and Anthony ‘Nippy' Ames from the critically-acclaimed HBO docu-series, The Vow. Sarah & Nippy left a self-development organization known as NXIVM in 2017, and they were immediately thrust into the spotlight, working alongside a handful of other whistleblowers to bring NXIVM's leader, Keith Raniere, to justice. In this episode, Sarah and Nippy speak candidly about the NXIVM curriculum, where it came from (really), what they thought it was, and how it was eventually weaponized against them. Nippy shares his take on NXIVM's ‘exploration of meaning' exercise, and Sarah shares how - despite the early benefits of EMing - the technique was eventually used to coerce her into getting a ‘sisterhood' brand on her body. Candice shares how much she can relate to the mindfuckery of always “being at-cause” and how she's still unraveling it after 16 years. Nippy elaborates, speaking to how this no-victim mentality feeds shame - which is then leveraged to keep people from leaving or speaking out. Sarah breaks down NXIVM's Stripe Path - which is uncannily similar to ‘the Org' hierarchy - and then shares about a moment when Keith Raniere revealed the truth aloud to her - referring to it as something meant to offer "the illusion of hope." Nippy gets uber-honest about the anger he felt when he learned his wife had been branded, and Sarah shares openly about her lingering PTSD and how it's impacted her most intimate relationships. The episode wraps with a disarming response to folks who only want to ‘focus on the good.' Listen in for a crash course in self-development-cult survivorship.[CW: This episode contains brief reference to physical and sexual coercion.] Sarah Edmondson (@sarahedmondson) and Anthony “Nippy” Ames (@anthonyames11) are NXIVM survivors who co-host the A Little Bit Culty podcast where they talk about things that are... a little bit culty. Or in their case: a whole bunch of culty. As whistleblowers documented in the critically-acclaimed HBO series “The Vow,” Sarah and Nippy have a lot to say about their experience, and burning questions to ask people with similar stories. They're here to help people understand, heal from, and avoid abusive situations one little red flag at a time. Listen in as they share their stories, have frank and unscripted conversations with other survivors and cult experts, and do a deep dive on how devotion can turn to dysfunction. Learn more at alittlebitculty.com.Referenced In This Episode:Scarred: How I Escaped NXIVM, The Cult That Bound My Life, by Sarah Edmondson >> https://www.sarahedmondson.com/bookThe Vow Season 1 - HBO Docuseries >> https://www.hbo.com/the-vow/season-1https://www.hbo.com/the-vow/season-1Learn more about #igotout >> igotout.org >> https://www.igotout.orgRest Is Resistance: A Manifesto, by Tricia Hersey >> https://thenapministry.com/The stories and opinions shared in this episode are based on personal experience and are not intended to malign any individual, group, or organization.Join The Deeper Pulse at Patreon for weekly bonus episodes + other exclusive bonus content. >> https://www.patreon.com/thedeeperpulseFollow The Deeper Pulse on IG @thedeeperpulse + @candiceschutter for more regular updates.
S Second chances Work and home In the area of work, I've shared with you all how I spent this past year in receiving correction at work and how I received a second chance. Fortunately God worked through me to humble myself, receive the correction, make improvements, and I've ended up a better worker and better at what I do than before, and that has been validated by the same people who were earlier being critical of me. At the same time I've been appreciating my job more than ever before. Here are some random thoughts I have on this topic. It's easy to look back on past events and have a good perspective on this issue of receiving correction and having second chances, it's harder when you're in the middle of it, but that is when your attitude matters the most since it impacts the choices you make in response. How to respond: gratitude and make the most of it Pay it forward by giving others second chances. This reminds me of what we have called the parable of the unforgiving servant which is found in the 18th chapter of Matthew. Peter asks Jesus, or Yeshua, how often he should forgive his brother who sins against him, up to 7 times? Yeshua replies that he should forgive seventy times seven, which I've heard taught means an unlimited number of times, though I recently heard an alternate explanation of the significance of the seventy times seven, but I'll leave that for another discussion. Yeshua then goes on to tell a parable about the Kingdom of heaven where a king wants to settle accounts with his servants. After one servant who owed a huge amount begs for mercy the king forgives his debt. The king later finds out that the same servant was unmerciful to someone who owed him a relatively small amount and the king then delivered the servant to the torturers until his large debt was paid. As believers and followers of Yeshua, we know that his sacrifice on the cross and resurrection paid for the infinitely great debt of our sin, and that among other responses ours should be gratitude and to show great mercy to those in our lives, regardless of their sin toward us, owe us a relatively minor debt. Regardless what specific second chances you've received in your life, if you're a believer in Yeshua, you have received the ultimate forgiveness of debt and as such we should show the greatest possible mercy to others in our lives. While it's easy to focus on a particular, significant event in our lives, I believe this concept of second chances is more appropriately thought about as a journey than a one-time event. While we are alive, we will always have challenges, we'll always have sin in our lives that we need to confess and repent of, we'll always need forgiveness and we'll always need to forgive others. Learn from it - don't forget!!! This is different than dwelling on the past, but rather in a positive way take the lessons from the past mistakes and apply them to your current and future choices. Avoiding second chances is better. Recently, when I was talking to another brother about something in my life I had said sorry for and it wasn't the first time. He asked me how many times I had said sorry, and I replied more than I could count. While it's good to be genuinely sorry and to say so, it's much better to avoid the need to say you're sorry and thus avoiding the need to get a second chance, or in reality we're talking here not about second but third, fourth, and fifth chances. If you're into golf, you might like this analogy. A mulligan is different than a handicap, it's not a pass it's another chance and requires effort, more effort or a better effort than what was made the first time. Even if at your work or in your personal you're forgiven, or given a pass (kind of like being given a handicap or an automatic reduction in your golf score), you should treat it as if it's a mulligan and needs to be corrected either to prevent it from happening again or out of sense of integrity, love, or justice (whichever applies). This may sound a bit like the difference between law and grace. I don't believe grace has been properly defined and understood in the church but I'll save that for another discussion since I'm still working through that theological concept, but I believe John 14:15 applies well here "If you love me keep my commandments". If if we're saved and forgiven for our sins, out of our love for our Savior we should treat it like a mulligan not a handicap, and choose to obey and correct what we've done wrong, and do things His way as He has told us is His preference. Just watched a movie on Amazon Prime called The Vow and here's a spoiler alert. A couple gets married and is very happy. The wife gets in an accident and as a result loses all her memory of the period of time during which her husband and her met, fell in love, and married. The husband struggles with the loss of his wife's love for her and tries his best to recreate her love for him. In her mind, she is not the same person she was when they first met and they ultimately divorce. Over time, though, she comes to love him and they end up together though in a different way and a different love than they had before. THis makes me think that when we're given a second chance at work or at home, the correct response may not be just to recreate what we think worked in the past, but we may need to assess what is true about our current reality and what changes do we need to make in our way of thinking and our actions to meet the need that is present. It may be that our poor choices created a different dynamic that requires us to get out of our comfort zone and change and adapt. I know that may sound a bit abstract but I'm praying this thought I had may be what you need and that God speaks to you in how you need to apply it to your situation. This whole idea of getting a second chance makes me think of the larger concept of free will vs. God's sovereignty. I heard a great message from Pastor Julio Calderon from the Mikdash Congregation this past Shabbat on that topic and here are some of his thoughts on this issue, paraphrased by me: "As with Joseph in prison, the best of us will come from difficult situations, God does not enjoy taking us into bad situations, but we sometimes make bad decisions which He does not approve of (e.g. the brothers decision to throw Joseph in a hole and them sell him as a slave), but Yah will use these bad decisions for good. If not He is not sovereign. This frustrates Satan. "Story of woman praying for food and witch giving bread and saying it was from Satan, woman thanking the LORD that even the evil one obeys Him". Big question: how much free will do we have? How do we believe both in divine intervention and free will? No perfect answer but imperfect answers are that only God knows how they mesh together, and that God only sometimes intervenes to accomplish his purposes, both are common explanations and both are imperfect. In the end God always wins, and if He wins, we win Goliath made David great, he made the best that was in David come out The movie of our life is not over yet but it has a happy ending. Perhaps the most relevant scripture for this is one we probably are all familiar with, Romans 8:28-29"28 And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. 29 For whom He foreknew, He also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son, that He might be the firstborn among many brethren" L From Patrick Morley video 4 in man in the mirror dealt with the issue of purpose which all of us men struggle with at some level He asked "If who I am is what I do, what will I be when I don't do what I do?" Who am I? A disciple in Christ Why do I exist? To abide, love and serve John 8:31 "Then Jesus said to those Jews who believed Him, “If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed" John 13:34-35 "A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another. 35 By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” John 15:5-"“I am the vine, you are the branches. He who abides in Me, and I in him, bears much fruit; for without Me you can do nothing" A For this is commendable, if because of conscience toward God one endures grief, suffering wrongfully. 20 For what credit is it if, when you are beaten for your faults, you take it patiently? But when you do good and suffer, if you take it patiently, this is commendable before God. 1 Peter 2:19-20 https://www.patreon.com/christianmenatwork https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/christianmenatwork H Dad jokes from Country Living website: "How does a taco say grace?" "Lettuce pray."
Happy 2023 Friends! So happy to jump back in with words to motivate our year. We often hear about seeing our cups half full, but today, we're seeing our cups overflow. As we declare, receive and walk in abundance, abundance begins to overflow from within us, through us and all around us. As we allow thoughts of overflow to sink in our minds, doubts begin to drift away, and the wealth we carry within washes over us. Right now, let's take a few moments to meditate on the overflow of abundance, joy, love, peace and gratitude that is always at hand, and in our hearts. Here are vows to invite overflow. Created, written + voiced by Mel Chanté for Vow to Self. Join our newsletter: Vow to Self Newsletter. Listen to Mel Chanté's music on all platforms. Music by Franky Payne. Make sure to follow @vowtoself on Instagram, and message us your vow to keep spreading light.
In what is probably their best episode so far, (Okay top 10) the ladies discuss the new season of The Vow, bullying, Stef's amazing Nextdoor story and probably the best darn version of the Star Spangled Banner you'll ever hear!
Sarah Edmondson (@sarahjedmondson) and Anthony "Nippy" Ames (@nippyames) are two former NXIVM cult members turned whistleblowers. Together, they host the podcast A Little Bit Culty, and are featured in HBO's series The Vow. Sarah's 12-year ordeal is chronicled in Scarred: The True Story of How I Escaped NXIVM, the Cult That Bound My Life. [This is part two of a two-part conversation. Find part one here!] What We Discuss with Sarah Edmondson and Nippy Ames: How NXIVM began as a community of like-minded individuals who were committed to personal growth and self-improvement and devolved into a cult under the leadership of its narcissistic founder, Keith Raniere. How Hollywood celebrities came to be courted and ultimately controlled by Raniere and the NXIVM cult. The endless abuses suffered by NXIVM's victims — from mind games to being branded as property and trafficked as a way to fund Raniere's lavish lifestyle. Where Sarah and Nippy existed within NXIVM's hierarchy, the parts they played, and what broke the spell that held them enthralled in the cult's sinister machinations. How Sarah and Nippy are coping with the aftermath of their traumatic experiences, and what they're doing to raise awareness of how cults like NXIVM ruin people's lives. And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/771 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking — our free networking and relationship development mini course — at jordanharbinger.com/course! Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!
Sarah Edmondson (@sarahjedmondson) and Anthony "Nippy" Ames (@nippyames) are two former NXIVM cult members turned whistleblowers. Together, they host the podcast A Little Bit Culty, and are featured in HBO's series The Vow. Sarah's 12-year ordeal is chronicled in Scarred: The True Story of How I Escaped NXIVM, the Cult That Bound My Life. [This is part one of a two-part conversation. Stay tuned for part two later this week!] What We Discuss with Sarah Edmondson and Nippy Ames: How NXIVM began as a community of like-minded individuals who were committed to personal growth and self-improvement and devolved into a cult under the leadership of its narcissistic founder, Keith Raniere. How Hollywood celebrities came to be courted and ultimately controlled by Raniere and the NXIVM cult. The endless abuses suffered by NXIVM's victims — from mind games to being branded as property and trafficked as a way to fund Raniere's lavish lifestyle. Where Sarah and Nippy existed within NXIVM's hierarchy, the parts they played, and what broke the spell that held them enthralled in the cult's sinister machinations. How Sarah and Nippy are coping with the aftermath of their traumatic experiences, and what they're doing to raise awareness of how cults like NXIVM ruin people's lives. And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/770 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking — our free networking and relationship development mini course — at jordanharbinger.com/course! Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!
This is the penultimate episode of Season 1 of Ask An Advanced Bitch! I am joined by Taylor and Trent to discuss all things The Vow Season 2 Episode 2. The Vow is an HBO true crime documentary series about the NXIVM Cult and its leader Keith Raniere. Thank you so much for riding with us for 24 episodes! If my podcast helped you grow or made you giggle, I'd really appreciate it if you left an Apple Podcasts review. Let me know via email and socials what you'd like to see from Season 2, and hopefully I'll see you in my group coaching calls linked below! Lots of love from one Advanced Bitch to another. LINKS The Advanced Bitchifesto - https://www.advancedbitches.com/the-bitchifesto Advanced Bitches Bingo - https://www.advancedbitches.com/bingo-instructions Taylor Wallis - https://www.instagram.com/taylorwallis/ Trent Twomey - https://www.instagram.com/p/CdUNemlMxhL/ Keep up with me: https://www.instagram.com/advancedbitches/ https://www.advancedbitches.com/membership https://www.tiktok.com/@advancedbitches https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCND6RMWO-erRUYMXVOAynWQ My books: The Irreverent Grief Guide: How to F*cking Survive Months 1-3 https://amzn.to/3sZYalY The Irreverent Trust Guide: How to Trust Again after Past Trauma F*cked You Up https://amzn.to/3JJbIKA Produced by Wowow
Comedian and podcaster Danny Palmer comes back on to discuss the cult like traits of stand up comedy and why people have such a hard time letting go of the past.Please support the show at our patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LE2B
Buy me a coffee to say thank you for the podcast! === Every day, the lord of the castle goes hunting and Gawain stays in bed, bantering with the beautiful lady. Each night, Gawain and the lord exchange their 'gains' for the day. But Gawain cannot stop worrying about meeting the Green Knight, and when the lady offers him help, he can't resist... Today's story is Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. This episode contains parts 3 and 4. Go to EasyStoriesInEnglish.com/Gawain2 for the full transcript. Level: Intermediate. Genre: Myths & Legends. Vocabulary: Solely, Banter, Bargain, Flatter, Triumph, Handsome (a lot), Wild boar, Long for, Coarse, Prey, Vow, Tick (clock), Sin, Tact, Dodge, Fellow (person), Waver, Flinch, Nick, Wreck, Bind, Decrepit, Immortal, Make a mockery, Sham, Noble, Owe it to yourself. Setting: Medieval. Word Count: 4006. Author: Ariel Goodbody. If you enjoy the podcast, please consider supporting us on Patreon. For just a few dollars a month you can get extra episodes, exercises, and much more. Support Easy Stories in English by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/easystoriesinenglish
With a Broadway career spanning over 50 years, Tovah Feldshuh takes us through her journey as she shares her life as an actress, wife, and mother. While she loves politics, it's her love of people that motivates her to fight for what she believes in and help in every way that she can. Initially determined to go to Harvard Law School to stay close to her father, her brother encouraged her to apply for the McKnight Fellowship in acting and was eventually chosen as one of the four to attend the fellowship. This trajectory change was the beginning of Tovah's pursuit of becoming an actor, which to her is "so much cheaper than therapy". Tovah talks about her role as Mrs. Brice in "Funny Girl" and bringing a level of humanity and relatability to her character, and her memoir, “Lilyville: Mother, Daughter, and Other Roles I've Played” which explores mother-daughter relationships, and her complex relationship with her mother. Married for 46 years, she shares what makes their marriage work. Tovah intends to keep acting for as long as she can, mainly motivated by her love of people and making connections. Tovah Feldshuh is an actress, singer, and playwright who's been a Broadway star for more than four decades now, which earned her Tony Award nominations and two Emmy Award nominations. She made her Broadway debut in the 1973 musical "Cyrrano". Her other stage credits include "Saravá", "Lend Me a Tenor", "Golda's Balcony", “Dreyfus in Rehearsal”, “Lend Me a Tenor”, “Golda's Balcony”, "Irena's Vow", "Pippin", and "Yentl". She made her cabaret debut with her act, "Tovah: Crossovah! From Broadway to Cabaret", followed by "Tovah: Out of Her Mind!" and was selected as Best Cabaret Artist of 2000 by the Boston Globe. Tovah has also appeared in numerous tv shows, including "Ryan's Hope", "Holocaust", "Mariah", "As the World Turns", "Law & Order", "Flesh and Bone", "The Walking Dead", "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend", and "Star Wars Resistance". Her film credits include "Kissing Jessica Stein", "Just My Luck", "She's Funny That Way", and "Armageddon Time". Tovah is currently playing Mrs. Brice in the Broadway revival of "Funny Girl", and is the author of the memoir, “Lilyville: Mother, Daughter, and Other Roles I've Played”. Connect with Tovah: Instagram: @tovahfeld Website: www.tovahfeldshuh.com Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at email@example.com. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our expectations have an essential influence on our lives. When we walk with positive expectations, think with positive expectations, life meets us where we are. Even when things don't pan out how we imagine, we can always find something valuable from that experience. Today, we're making our expectations a priority, grounding them in trust, faith, peace and love. Here are vows to uplift our expectations. Created, written + voiced by Mel Chanté for Vow to Self. Join our newsletter: Vow to Self Newsletter. Listen to Mel Chanté's music on all platforms. Music by Franky Payne. Make sure to follow @vowtoself on Instagram, and message us your vow to keep spreading light. This episode is sponsored by our new Vow to Self Gratitude Journals, use code "GRATITUDE" for 15% off your first purchase.
Causeartist - Social Impact Venture Jobs board - Learn more ---> Check out the Causeartist Partners here.---> Subscribe to the Causeartist Newsletter here.In Episode 159 of the Disruptors for Good podcast, we speak with George Peppou, Founder and CEO of Vow, on inventing a new category of food from animal cells and disrupting food production around the world.Prior to founding Vow in 2019, George founded GrowLab in 2017, an Australian accelerator for agrifood tech startups. From 2015 - 2017, he was a design innovation practitioner at the UTS Design Innovation Research Center where he led the development and delivery of design innovation programs for Federal Government clients facing complex, sector-level challenges.In-between these jobs, George also worked as a course director, lecturer, and tutor at the University of Technology Sydney where taught topics like the process and methods of inventions, as well as how to approach sector-level transformation and strategy.Earlier in his career, he worked as an inventor for a company called Intellectual Ventures and later as a research analyst for the University of Technology Sydney.About VowVow is built on a diverse, cross-functional team of innovators, engineers, scientists, artists and most importantly, foodies! They're reinventing food from the ground up to make it more delicious and sustainable for everyone.Vow is a cultivated meat company working to make the food industry more progressive in environmentally sustainable ways. George and co-founder Tim Noakesmitha launched Vow in April 2019 after previously bonding over wanting to find a solution to replace animal agriculture with a more sustainable method of food production.Vow has recently experienced tremendous company growth using state-of-the-art cultured meat technology—where new meat products are produced directly from the cells of animals instead of the animals themselves. The Potential of This on the World Feeding ten billion people becomes reality. Fast. No more ethical headaches around meat. Mother Earth gets some much-needed R&R. More options for different consumers, with different needs, anywhere in the world. A cell library to fit any culture and diet. More delicious and nutritious food options for everyone. Getting food down to an exact science means reliable and delicious quality every time, everywhere. The prevention of food illness pandemics with a safer solution to food. Causeartist - Social Impact Venture Jobs board - Learn more---> Check out the Causeartist Partners here.---> Subscribe to the Causeartist Newsletter here.Listen to more Causeartist podcast shows hereFollow Grant on Twitter and LinkedInFollow Causeartist on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram
Brothers Drew and Eric discuss the Sam Raimi classic Drag Me to Hell. Along the way they touch on Concrete Blonde and Ram Dass. Housekeeping starts around 53:58 and includes discussion of westerns, the upcoming release schedule, IMDb's new layout and search functions, the recent Halloween movies, Rob Zombie as a concept vs the works of Rob Zombie, the book Rise and Kill First, EST, the Vow, and the Chinese shopping website Temu. File length 1:23:29 File Size 64.2 MB Theme by Jul Big Green via SongFinch Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Listen to us on Stitcher Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the show website at Not In A Creepy Way
On today's episode, we talk to Clay Dunn, the creative executive with a track record to drive transformational growth and revenue. Clay is the chief executive officer of Vow For Girls, the US based nonprofit that mobilizes individuals, brands, and corporations to raise funds and awareness to end the global child marriage crisis, and supporting girls to choose their own futures. Clay joined Vow For Girls as the organization's first CEO in 2019. Under his leadership, Vow has significantly expanded their team community of supporters and funding partners, and has set up a bold strategic plan for the next phase of the organization's growth.
Kristen returns to the podcast to discuss season 2 of HBO's NXIVM documentary "The Vow". Roberta Glass True Crime Report Intro - Tuesday Money Graphic Design by Ati Abdo MacDonaldThe Roberta Glass True Crime Report is made possible by these patrons: Kay Be, Toni Woodland, Toni Natalie, Kenny Haines, Jon, Melissa, Happy Jack, Danbrit, Holly from Dallas, Victoria Gray Bross, Una, Maureen P and Christopher Francese, Support the podcast & get access to exclusive bonus content here: https;//patreon.com/robertaglasstruecrimereportOr drop a tip in the tip jar here:https://buyacupofcoffee.com/robertaglass
Welcome to season 4 of the Vow to Self Podcast, a space to uplift self talk and raise our vibes. Thank you so much for your patience, your messages and listening to our podcast as a continued daily source of inspiration. We are honored to speak new vows into this new season. Every new day, we have the opportunity to not only live, but to grow and prosper. Every breath we breathe, we are growing more and more into who we are created to be. Every step we take, we grow closer to our purpose, we grow closer to our dreams, we grow closer to love. Our growth is a beautiful, sacred journey, here are vows to honor it. Created, written + voiced by Mel Chanté for Vow to Self. Join our newsletter: Vow to Self Newsletter. Listen to Mel Chanté's music on all platforms. Music by Franky Payne. Make sure to follow @vowtoself on Instagram, and message us your vow to keep spreading light. For more on Mel + our shop: melchante.com
This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit smokeempodcast.substack.comThe New York Times stages a (one-day!) strike, and Nancy and Sarah debate unions, or what Sarah sees as a “20th-century infrastructure being dragged to 21st-century.” We also talk the Twitter Files, in which Elon Musk releases thousands of internal Twitter documents to two independent journalists, and legacy media lose their collective minds. The first Twitter Files dump (ew!) came a week ago Friday, a 40-plus thread by investigative reporter Matt Taibbi, who was swiftly labeled savior, has-been, and scumbag. “I take it all back, TWITTER IS THRILLING,” Sarah texted Nancy around tweet #15.Sarah also got sucked in to the second season of The Vow, the HBO documentary on NXIVM, the human-potential company better known as a “sex cult.” The six-part doc (much better than season one) follows the trial of leader Keith Raniere, a master manipulator who teaches personal empowerment as he exerts a scary control. Talking with apostates and true believers, The Vow asks: When are we responsible for our own behavior? It's a haunting tale about belief, coercion, and our need for belonging.Our paid-subscriber-only content includes a favorite topic, lying sociopaths — in this case, Grey's Anatomy writer Elisabeth Finch, whose fake cancer and sympathy scams were exposed in a Vanity Fair article discussed in episode 11. Now comes a follow-up where Finch, “disgraced and in exile, explains what made her do it.” But does she?Plus! A special on-air appearance by bingo-card favorite and Fifth Column co-host Matt Welch, whose thoughts on Smoke ‘Em If You Got ‘Em are …All this and much more!You can fill that “un-fillable love hole” and get access to juicy bonus content when you become a paid or free subscriberEpisode Notes:“NY Times staffers walk out — but two key reporters cross picket line” (New York Post)Nancy was live at the scene:“Ousted NY Times Reporter Donald McNeil Jr. Speaks Out: ‘I've Been a Jackal Circled by Jackals'” by Lindsey Ellefson (The Wrap)“NYTimes Peru N-Word, Part One: Introduction,” by Donald McNeil Jr. (Medium)“Unionizing Salon Is Easier Said Than Done: 'We're Incredibly Frustrated,' Staffer Says,” by Dave Jamieson (HuffPo)“Elon Musk, Matt Taibbi, and a Very Modern Media Maelstrom,” by Michael M. Grynbaum (New York Times)Transcript from the Munk Debates: "Be it Resolved: Don't Trust Mainstream Media" (TK News) Bari Weiss resignation letterJournalists having trouble authenticating anything Jim Baker says? That's not new.No, not that Jim Bakker!“Controversial Take: It's Bad To Put Words In The Mouths Of Murder Victims,” by Jesse Singal (Substack)“Twenty years ago, in Moscow, Matt Taibbi was a misogynist asshole—and possibly worse,” by Aimee Levitt (Chicago Reader)NXIVM Wikipedia entry is a solid crash course“Inside Nxivm, the ‘Sex Cult' That Preached Empowerment,” by Keith Raniere (New York Times)
Glennon, Abby, Amanda, and Sarah Edmondson continue their conversation: 1. “Love bombing” and other red flag strategies used by cults to reel people in. 2. The jarring similarities between cults and abusive relationships – and how in both your best qualities are used against you. 3. What to do if someone you love is pulled into QAnon, 4chan, or another conspiratorial culture. 4. The moment Sarah realized she had been initiated into a sex pyramid, and how she escaped. 5. The responsibility she felt – after having been such an avid recruiter – to expose the truth of NXIVM and help take down its leaders. CW: Discussion of cult culture and sexual coercion About Sarah: Sarah Edmondson is an actor, podcaster, author, and cult-recovery advocate. Sarah has starred in a number of TV series, yet she is most recently known for her real-life saga escaping the multi-level marketing company NXIVM – and DOS, a “secret sisterhood” within NXIVM – which can also be seen on HBO's The Vow. Sarah's memoir Scarred shares her true story from the moment she joined NXIVM, to her harrowing fight to get out and bring its founder to justice. Sarah co-hosts the podcast A Little Bit Culty with her husband Anthony ‘Nippy' Ames, and lives in Atlanta with her husband and two sons. TW: @sarahjedmondson IG: @sarahedmondson Sarah's resource page: https://www.sarahedmondson.com/resources Steven Hassan's BITE model: https://freedomofmind.com/cult-mind-control/bite-model/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Taylor joins me to wrap up season 1 of The Vow, discussing all things in episode 9. Grooming, manipulation and hypnotism through the screen!? The Vow is an HBO true crime documentary series about the NXIVM Cult and its leader Keith Raniere. LINKS The Advanced Bitchifesto - https://www.advancedbitches.com/the-bitchifesto Advanced Bitches Bingo - https://www.advancedbitches.com/bingo-instructions Taylor Wallis - https://www.instagram.com/taylorwallis/ Keep up with me: https://www.instagram.com/advancedbitches/ https://www.advancedbitches.com/membership https://www.tiktok.com/@advancedbitches https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCND6RMWO-erRUYMXVOAynWQ My books: The Irreverent Grief Guide: How to F*cking Survive Months 1-3 https://amzn.to/3sZYalY The Irreverent Trust Guide: How to Trust Again after Past Trauma F*cked You Up https://amzn.to/3JJbIKA Produced by Wowow
Facing federal charges that included establishing a sex cult and branding his female followers, NXIVM leader Keith Raniere prepares for trial. Meanwhile his second-in-command, Nancy Salzman, breaks her silence to say she didn't know the darker things happening within the organization. Prosecutors lay out a strong case of racketeering and trafficking against Raniere. His attorney and his remaining followers proclaim Raniere's innocence, saying life in NXIVM is not the cult portrayed in the media.HBO's “The Vow, Part Two” picks up the story as Raniere's trial begins. The focus moves away from his disaffected followers and reveals new details about the crimes and victims of the DOS program. Its sweeping access includes a comprehensive profile of Salzman as she awaited sentencing for racketeering.OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEWS OF "THE VOW, PART TWO" BEGIN IN THE FINAL 8 MINUTES OF THE EPISODE.
1. How attending a personal development training at a Holiday Inn led to Sarah being branded in a sex "secret sisterhood" initiation ceremony. 2. Her path from top recruiter to the whistleblower who helped take down the cult and its leader Keith Ranieri. 3. Why we're all susceptible to cult culture – the need for belonging, the temptation of simplification, and how we're trained to deny our gut instincts. CW: Discussion of cult culture and sexual coercion About Sarah: Sarah Edmondson is an actor, podcaster, author, and cult-recovery advocate. Sarah has starred in a number of TV series, yet she is most recently known for her real-life saga escaping the multi-level marketing company NXIVM – and DOS, a “secret sisterhood” within NXIVM – which can also be seen on HBO's The Vow. Sarah's memoir Scarred shares her true story from the moment she joined NXIVM, to her harrowing fight to get out and bring its founder to justice. Sarah co-hosts the podcast A Little Bit Culty with her husband Anthony ‘Nippy' Ames, and lives in Atlanta with her husband and two sons. TW: @sarahjedmondson IG: @sarahedmondson Sarah's resource page: https://www.sarahedmondson.com/resources Steven Hassan's BITE model: https://freedomofmind.com/cult-mind-control/bite-model/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's officially December and we ring in the holiday season with a big review of Violent Night, which we think every Binger will enjoy. Our featured TV show this week is The Peripheral starring Chloe Grace Moretz. It's on Amazon Prime and that's all Jack wants to say about it, ok? All of our other reviews will be on The Full Binge and you can check out that list below. If you like The BingeCast and what we do at Binge Media, please consider subscribing and supporting us at Patreon.com/BingeMedia to sign up for The Full Binge! On this week's Full Binge, our spillover reviews include Sr. Director by Night, Killer Sally, Atlanta, The Vow and more! Listen to BingeCast's review of Fatman! A Violent Night Review: Thanks for subscribing to The Full Binge! 0:00 - The Free Binge - Hey welcome to the BingeCast! Jack and I are here to talk shit. Tell everyone you know about the 12 Comms of Bingemas starting December 14th. 09:13 - Google Voice - Nathaniel Peterson calls in and asks, "What sequels don't include the main character or storyline from the rest of the franchise?" Or something like that. It included research. We don't do research. Give us a call at 708-406-9546. 18:43 - TV Round Up - We check out the Amazon Prime sci-fi original The Peripheral and one of us immediately checks out because of Chloe Grace Moretz. I'll give you a hint: he goes by John Falvey IV. 41:44 - What Did You Watch - Our biggie this week is Violent Night and we think it's the perfect holiday film for a Binger. Support Binge Media! Leave a voicemail for The BingeCast at 708-406-9546 Subscribe to The Full Binge on Patreon Follow Binge Media on Facebook Join the Binge Media Facebook Group Follow Binge Media on Instagram Go to ParkScents.com and use the discount code BINGE20 at checkout for 20% off your entire order Additional music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio
Happy Holidays Hunbots and Hunbros! Welcome to 8 Days of Holiday Magic, a month of fun content to get us through the end of the year! Each episode was HAND PICKED from YOUR wish list of guest requests! Join us every Sunday and Wednesday for a NEW episode, leading up to 2023! Welcome to 8 Days of Holiday Magic! Day 1 is the always lovely, spunky and badass Sarah Edmondson. You may know her from her work on HBO's The Vow, her book Scarred, or her podcast she produces with her husband Nippy, A Little Bit Culty. If you haven't heard Sarah or her story, buckle up! From her early beginnings in MLM to her takedown of the dangerous cult NXIVM, she's a force to be reckoned with. Sarah on IG - https://www.instagram.com/sarahedmondson/ A Little Bit Culty IG - https://www.instagram.com/alittlebitculty/ A Little Bit Culty Podcast - https://alittlebitculty.com/ HBO's The Vow - https://amzn.to/3ijHZOX Double Bind - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double_bind Out of MLM - https://outofmlm.info/ Cultish by Amanda Montell - https://amzn.to/3Q7owx9 Dr. Steven Hassan's BITE Model - https://freedomofmind.com/cult-mind-control/bite-model/ Ponzinomics by Robert L. FitzPatrick - https://amzn.to/3q16oJb How can you help? Report false income and health claims here: https://reportfraud.ftc.gov/ Or go to: https://www.truthinadvertising.org You can also report to your state Attorney General's office! https://www.naag.org/find-my-ag/ Not in the U.S.? Go here: https://www.ftc.gov/policy/international/competition-consumer-protection-authorities-worldwide Support the Podcast! Join the Patreon! - https://www.patreon.com/robertablevins Buy me a Taco and leave a note!
This is the last in the current season and i hope you have enjoyed the guests that have joined me :)Today's episode I caught up with Sarah for the second time and we discussed NXIVM, her podcast and the second season of The Vow. I loved speaking with Sarah again and I hope that you enjoy our conversation.Checkout the links below for more info on SarahSarah Edmondson is a Canadian actress and podcaster. Edmondson is a former member of NXIVM, a multi-level marketing company co-founded by Keith Raniere. In 2017, she left the group and confirmed longstanding criticism that NXIVM operated as a cult. The resulting New York Times exposé of NXIVM's abusive practices precipitated the downfall of the organisation and its leaders.A Little Bit Culty with Sarah and Nippy.Scarred: The True Story of How I Escaped NXIVM, the Cult That Bound My Life: Edmondson, Sarah, Gasbarre, Kristine: 9781452184265: Amazon.com: Books Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lynette is joined for this week's second episode of For Crying Out Loud by her friend Jen Lorch, while Stefanie is out with the flu. Lynette and Jen open the show by discussing the HBO docuseries The Vow. This leads to a longer discussion about all the different shows they've been watching lately. After that, Jen talks about buying a used bra off eBay. Before they wrap, the ladies discuss LA traffic and high inflation. And thanks for supporting today's sponsor: CarawayHome.com
content warning: sexual abuse, emotional abuse, sexual assault, suicide This week, I want to talk about the second season of The Vow. I give you a basic overview of the docuseries, talk about the stuff they didn't mention, and then tell you why Nancy Salzman definitely deserved to go to prison right alongside Keith Raniere. Buy merch here. Join the Patreon here. Email here. Follow the podcast on Instagram here.
Happy Thanksgiving, Michigan v. OSU, Larry King memories, WATP Karl breaks down more Dennis Rodman, a new Bonerline, New York Times v. Dave Portnoy, NXIVM leader Keith Raniere's sexts, and Killer's Christmas preview with Matt Riley.Ohio State is favored this weekend vs. Michigan. Some people are saying Donovan Edwards has a broken hand.Matt Riley joins the show to promote Killer Cares at the Lodge on December 1st. Come out and drink with us.Ford has a new float for America's Thanksgiving Parade. Rogue floats are adding a dangerous element to parades.Two students were shot leaving Henry Ford High School.Todd and Julie Chrisley sentenced to 12 years in prison. Todd was outed by his "gay lover".We miss Larry King.Sinbad is still recovering from a stroke he had 2 years ago.The Utah Idaho murders remain a mystery. The girl's TikToks have dropped.Cher was 40-years-old when her new SD was born.Amber Heard is suing her insurance company.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee.Karl from WATP joins the show to promote Stuttering John's stand-up shows, promote DabbleCon 2023, bring back hidden Dennis Rodman On the Rebound episodes, rip on Chad Zumock and much more.One of the biggest upsets in World Cup history went down today and it was really boring.It's time for another unsponsored Bonerline. Call or text 209-66-Boner.Olivia Pichardo, a woman, has made the Brown University baseball team.The New York Times hate Dave Portnoy.Major publications can't wait for Elon Musk's Twitter to fail.CBS JUST found out about Hunter Biden's laptop.The rail strike deadline is looming.Joe Biden is old.Qatar HATES the gays. Soccer remains boring.Lions vs Bills: Who Ya Got?The finale of The Vow season 2 dropped.Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
TUESDAY!! Been waiting to talk to todays guests forever. We are so lucky to have Sarah Edmondson and Anthony "Nippy" Ames from the podcast A Little Bit Culty (www.alittlebitculty.com) IG:@alittlebitculty. If you want to skip straight to the interview use the timestamps! 3:15-Show Notes/Todd and Julie Chrisley sentenced/History of the Vow, NXVIM and Keith Raniere 31:27-Sarah and Nippy from A Little Bit Culty This weeks pods are sponsored by our friends at MASTERCLASS!! I highly recommend you check it out. This holiday, give one annual membership and get one free! Go to MASTERCLASS.com/SOBAD today. That's MASTERCLASS.com/SOBAD. Terms apply. Go sign up for the patreon too if you want to be added to our What'sApp BravoCon message list! Released two new patreon only eps this weekend! patreon.com/sobaditsgood If you want to watch this on youtube go and subscribe to the so bad its good YouTube page! Go check it out! https://youtu.be/ngGQDuwbBRw I have decided to cover my new favorite reality show Netflix's Selling the OC from the creator of Selling Sunset. It's insane! Kate Legako (friend of the pod @middlekate) joins me to recap. If you want to hear recaps of the 8 episodes go sign up at patreon.com/sobaditsgood. Also, the Kardashian episodes will all be on the patreon only starting next week. Also, So Bad It's Good has merch now! Go to www.sobaditsgoodmerch.com to order yours TODAY! Also, So Bad It's Good has a voicemail now! 323-425-9542. Pleas feel free to call with your thoughts! If you do you are giving me full permission to use on the show! Also, I'm on CAMEO. I'll be filming in Dorit's Room so sign up today at cameo.com and search Ryan Bailey! Have a great week guys! Remember to subscribe and join me Monday thru Thursday for interviews with podcasters and reality stars, show recaps, Garth and Justin, Bill and Becky Bailey and so much more!! Plus, tell your friends. I, honestly, think there is something for everyone in these pods. The more the merrier! ALSO GO CHECK OUT THE PATREON patreon.com/sobaditsgood. Support what we are doing here. THANK YOUUUUUUU!!!!! If you're enjoying the insane amount of blood, sweat and literal tears of this pod consider telling a friend or rating us 5 stars on iTunes! Special shoutout to Maritza Lopez (Insta: @maritza.gif) for all of her insanely hard work creating these beautiful pieces of art on my instagram and patreon page!! Instagram: @sobaditsgoodwithryanbailey, @ryanbailey25 Twitter:@ryanabailey25 TIKTOK @sobaditsgoodwithryanb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lynette opens this week's first episode of For Crying Out Loud talking about hanging with Gina Kimmel and playing on a VR headset. Lynette then talks about her upcoming family trip to New York for Thanksgiving. After that, the ladies discuss taking young kids places and it never really working out like it was planned. And before they wrap, Lynette and Stef get into a little cult talk after Lynette started watching season 2 of The Vow. TommyJohn.com/FCOL, Noom.com/FCOL, Audible.com/FCOL or text FCOL to 500-500, Bombas.com/FCOL enter FCOL
On Patreon this week, Erin & Mary Payne talk about The Vow, Season 2 (HBO MAX). In this clip, we dive into episodes 3 & 4, where we see how Nancy Salzman explored ESP work in "curing" Tourette's, and how this work served to falsely legitimize NXIVM. We also prepare for Lauren Salzman to take the stand in court, where she reveals secret information about her personal sexual relationship with Keith Raniere. CLICK HERE to join Pink Shade Bunkies on Patreon for our bonus shows every week: PINK SHADE BUNKIESPlease follow us on Instagram @pinkshadepod and TikTok@pinkshadepodcastOUR NEW STORE IS LIVE with NEW PRODUCTS! Visit the new Pink Shade Store!Join the closed Facebook group: Pink ShadePlease support our sponsors!Go to Dameproducts.com/PINKSHADE today for 15% off sitewide!Go to TryFirstleaf.com/PINKSHADE and you'll get your first 6 bottles for $39.95 plus free shipping. Go to StoryWorth.com/pinkshade today and save $10 on your first purchase! Help your family share their story this holiday season with StoryWorth.
In the words of one cookie-loving mouse… “The bitch is back.” Pat Regan returns to Las Cultch bearing a newfound obsession with breaking the fourth wall and telling people their FYP is showing. Matt comes in to infect the masses with Meghan Trainor's latest hooks, and Bowen asks a most pressing question in the culture: Who is mother for this? Stick around for asides on Housewives interactions, The White Lotus, and the concept of using acting to win a competition. And you better believe we draw similarities between Robyn Dixon and Nancy Salzman. Rule Number Culture: We made you look! (Sung to tune of Meghan Trainor song.)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Casey and Danielle fly solo, basking in the brilliance of this community's Halloween costumes and regrouping post Beverly Hills. They discuss Casey's real life stint as Sonja Morgan's intern, Candiace's important one liners, the tub/taint scene no one asked for on Salt Lake and how The Vow season 2 has managed to surpass season 1. Enjoy!
"Powerful" is a word that one could use to describe this episode of Las Culturistas, in which Matt & Bowen are finally joined by Bitch Sesh's gorgeous duo Casey Wilson and Danielle Schneider to touch grass, praise Mandy Moore, speak on forgiveness and vulnerability in a very Brene manner and ruminate on the concept of "hope". Also, all things RHOBH, RHOSLC, RHOP. Kathy Hilton: what's the deal there? Which of the franchises is the *darkest*? Is it better to interact with Housewives in the wild or simply not think of them as human? All this, OG soap operas, female character actresses living out loud, White Lotus season 2, The Vow season 2, The Mole, and more. Do you think psychics and mediums are to be believed? Do you want to see another trip where the Housewives ski? Would you use a gift certificate from a dog therapist to see a wizard? So many questions. *Some* answers. ALL fun. An honor to host these two! Love!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.