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Madge Unmuted
Weirdest Things Found in Thrift Stores

Madge Unmuted

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 38:21


On today's Madge Unmuted podcast, Madge shows the weirdest things found in thrift stores. Some are hilarious, some are disturbing. Fitz and Chris weigh in on the weirdness factor of each item. These items will be seen nowhere else but here. You won't want to miss this! Pictures of items can be seen on the video version on YouTube.PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL WHILE YOU'RE HERE! :-)* Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/madgemadigan* My Website: https://madgemadigan.com/ * Audio podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/show/madge-unmuted* Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadgeUnmuted * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/madgemadigan * TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@madgemadigan

Off the Chain
#1094 Danny Jones On Searching For The World's Weirdest People

Off the Chain

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 111:09


Danny Jones is on a mission to talk to the world's weirdest people. In this conversation, Anthony Pompliano and Danny Jones discuss Danny's podcast, Koncrete, how he finds strange people, talking to members of the cartel, Charles Manson, scientology, censorship, and more. ======================= Arculus is the next generation crypto & NFT cold storage wallet that combines one of the world's strongest security protocols with the easiest to use form factor and app. Arculus requires 3-Factor Authentication to ensure only you have access to your digital assets – something you know – a PIN, something you have – the Arculus Key Card, and biometrics. Learn more and buy it now on getarculus.com. Use promo code POMP to save 15%. Remember, with Arculus, it's your keys, your crypto. ======================= Exodus is leading the world out of the traditional financial system by building beautiful and user-friendly blockchain products. With its focus on design and user experience, Exodus has become one of the most popular and loved cryptocurrency apps. It's supported on both desktop and mobile, allowing you to sync your wallet across multiple devices so you can have access to your funds anywhere. You can instantly exchange around 100 different cryptocurrencies straight from your wallet. Interactive charts let you view an asset's price history and your portfolio's performance over time. And maybe the best part, Exodus is integrated with the Trezor hardware wallet - making advanced security easy for everyone. Visit exodus.com/pomp for your free download or search Exodus on the App Store or Playstore. ======================= Compass Mining is the world's first online marketplace for bitcoin mining hardware and hosting. Compass was founded with the goal of making it easy for everyone to mine bitcoin. Visit https://compassmining.io/ to start mining bitcoin today! ======================= The number one name in NFT domains and the world's most powerful wallet are teaming up to bring something new to the crypto and Web3 world: That's right, Unstoppable Domains and Blockchain.com partnered to create NFT domain names ending in .Blockchain. It's the perfect ending to show that you're a believer in a decentralized future. The Blockchain.com community can get one, for free by signing up for the waitlist here. Free NFT domains provide all the benefits of premium Unstoppable Domains, including fee-free, lifelong ownership. Don't have a Blockchain.com wallet? No worries, these new domains are available to everyone for as low as $5. Either sign up for a free blockchain.wallet or visit Unstoppabledomains.com to buy your domain today. ================== Valour (formerly DeFi Technologies) represents what's next in the digital economy -- providing simplified, trusted access to crypto, decentralized finance and Web 3.0 investment opportunities. Institutions and investors can gain diversified, secure, compliant, and easily tradable access to a diversified set of industry-leading equity products and protocols, through a single stock purchase on a regulated exchange. Currently listed on U.S. (OTC: DEFTF) and Canadian (NEO:DEFI) exchanges. For more information or to subscribe to receive company updates and financial information, visit our website at valour.com =======================

The Craig Collins Show
“This is the weirdest story I've seen in a little bit….” Craig

The Craig Collins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 25:47


This Hour: Craig and Will “Just Chattin” about a very weird news story! Good Story/ Bad Story! Oil changes for people fresh out of the hospital. A grocery store breaks a world record and helps a charity out at the same time! A COO of a major company bites a nose off?!! Eli Manning goes undercover at Penn State.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Craig Collins Show
“This is the weirdest story I've seen in a little bit….” Craig

The Craig Collins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 25:47


This Hour: Craig and Will “Just Chattin” about a very weird news story! Good Story/ Bad Story! Oil changes for people fresh out of the hospital. A grocery store breaks a world record and helps a charity out at the same time! A COO of a major company bites a nose off?!! Eli Manning goes undercover at Penn State.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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Graveyard/ Morgue Workers Share The Scariest/ Weirdest Thing They've Seen - AskReddit Scary

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 19:31


Graveyard/ Morgue Workers Share The Scariest/ Weirdest Thing They've Seen - AskReddit Scary

Citizen Game
GK BARRY Reacts to the weirdest reddit story and the WORST gaming news ever!

Citizen Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 42:36


In this weeks episode of Citizen Game Elz sits down with GK Barry and they discuss the weirdest reddit ever, the worst gaming news and they design GK Barry's DREAM GAME Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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People Who Perform Autopsies, What's The Weirdest Shit You've Seen?

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 20:58


People Who Perform Autopsies, What's The Weirdest Shit You've Seen?

Keep Talking
Episode 62: Joe Henrich - The WEIRDest People in the World

Keep Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 84:22


Joe Henrich is a professor of human evolutionary biology at Harvard University and is the author of the book "The WEIRDest People in the World."During our conversation, Joe talks about his interest in human nature, how cultures change people biologically, how the mating laws of the Roman Catholic Church and the literacy imperatives of Protestantism changed Western civilization, cultural limitations on the Big 5 Personality traits, monogamy and polygyny, modern dating, objective truth, right and wrong, and what UN parking ticket data tells us about different countries in the world.WEIRD stands for "Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic," and if you're listening to this episode, you likely fall in that category. Joe is an encyclopedia of information about human beings, who we are, how we're different, and how we got this way. He offers advice for struggling young men, political leaders contemplating foreign intervention, and on how to think clearly about ethics and moral relativism.------------Support via VenmoSupport on SubstackPatreon------------Show notesRate on SpotifyRate on Apple PodcastsSocial media and all episodes------------(00:00) Introduction(03:04) Interest in evolutionary biology and human culture(04:50) The effect of culture on humans(08:04) Culture changes people biologically(11:21) WEIRD vs. non-WEIRD people(13:34) How the structure of the family effects Han Chinese(14:26) The effect of the Catholic Church in Germany(15:08) Scotch-Irish segmentary lineage culture(18:56) How the Catholic Church's rules unwittingly fueled Europe's rise(21:53) How Protestantism's work and word ethic drove Europe's prosperity(25:20) What a kin-based society looked like before the Catholic Church(27:49) Ways that culture changes people's brains(32:26) Testosterone does not go down post-fatherhood for men in polygynous cultures(39:01) Failing young men, dating technology, and modern dating(41:48) What can go wrong in polygynous societies?(43:56) How can we help young men prosper?(47:36) The Big 5 personality traits may be culturally-specific to WEIRD people(51:54) Making sense of human nature(54:16) Evolutionary psychology and human culture(56:46) The future of dating and mating in the West(59:46) Different cultures and American foreign policy mistakes(1:02:56) Joe's advice on American foreign policy(1:04:36) China's male gender imbalance and future societal problems(1:06:28) Advice for struggling young men(1:09:46) United Nations parking tickets data(1:13:51) Moral relativism and Ayaan Hirsi Ali(1:19:41) Truth and science colliding with postmodernism(1:22:26) What's next for Joe

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Mall Santa's, What's The Weirdest Kid You've Met? (r/AskReddit)

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 15:43


Mall Santa's, What's The Weirdest Kid You've Met? (r/AskReddit)

Dermot & Dave
Could This Be The Weirdest End To A Garth Brooks Concert?

Dermot & Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 8:20


Garth and Brook from Galway had it all planned. IKEA for the day, Garth for the night and then back to their campervan to escape the crazy Dublin hotel prices. But sometimes things don't work out like that. Garth aka definitely not Adie joined Dermot and Dave to share his warning tale of peril, fences and a very confused taxi driver.

1st & Pod
Weirdest Game of the Season

1st & Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 19:16


Th guys reflect on Amazon's first regular season broadcast, how strange the game played out for both the Chiefs and Chargers, an update on Dak Prescott's status and more! 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

THAT DAMN SHOW Podcast
3PM HOUR - WEIRDEST ROOMMATES - KID OR ROCK?

THAT DAMN SHOW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 27:43


THAT DAMN SHOW

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Skyscraper Window Cleaners, What's the Weirdest Thing You've Ever Seen?

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 21:22


Skyscraper Window Cleaners, What's the Weirdest Thing You've Ever Seen?

On Wednesdays We Wear Black
The Weirdest Fetishes

On Wednesdays We Wear Black

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 25:50


It's about to get weird. Yasmine and Sophie talk about the weirdest fetishes ranging from spanking to insectsGive us a follow: IG/Twitter: @wewearblackpod Email: wewearblackpod@gmail.com SophieIG/Twitter: @iamsophiek Tiktok: @iamsophiekx YasmineIG: @yasminesumman Twitter/TikTok: @yasminesummanx Special thanks to:Nova Twins for the intro/outro musicWargasm for the screams Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast
9am Hour - The Reindl Report + Weirdest Snack You Ever Ate

Ben & Woods On Demand Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 44:21


Woodsy and Paul kick off the 9am hour with The Reindl Report and Paulie's top stories of the morning, including Albert Pujols' quest for 700! Then the guys go off on a tangent about some of the weirdest snacks we ever ate and enjoyed throughout our lives, and it spurns some absolutely mind-boggling responses from the listeners. Listen here!

Her Brilliant Health Radio
Delay, Dont Deny: Living an Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle

Her Brilliant Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 48:47


Do you want to improve your health and lose weight? Are you tired of feeling sluggish and bloated? If so, then it's time to try intermittent fasting!   Intermittent fasting is a powerful tool that can help you reset your metabolism, burn fat, and improve your overall health. But it can be tough to get started.   That's why we're excited to have Gin Stephens on the show today.   Gin Stephens is the author of the NY Times and USA Today bestseller Fast. Feast. Repeat., and Delay, Don't Deny: Living an Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle, an Amazon #1 best seller in the weight loss category, as well as Clean(ish): Eat (Mostly) Clean, Live (Mainly) Clean, and Unlock Your Body's Natural Ability to Self-Clean (2022), another Amazon #1 bestseller in several categories. Gin has lived the intermittent fasting lifestyle since 2014, losing over 80 pounds. She is the host of 2 top-ranked podcasts: Intermittent Fasting Stories and the Life Lessons podcast (w/Sheri Bullock). You can join her private community by going to ginstephens.com/community.   Gin will share her secrets for success with intermittent fasting, including how to overcome obstacles, what to eat (and what not to eat), and how to make fasting a sustainable lifestyle.   In this episode, you'll learn:   ► The benefits of intermittent fasting   ► How to get started with intermittent fasting   ► How to overcome obstacles to success   ► What to eat (and what not to eat) while intermittent fasting   ► How to make intermittent fasting a sustainable lifestyle   So, if you're ready to learn how to lose weight, feel great, and take control of your health, then this episode is for you! Tune in now and start your journey to better health today.   (00:00): So the big question is how do women over 40, like us keep weight off, have great energy balance. Our hormones in our moods feel sexy and confident and master midlife. If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself. Again. As an OB GYN, I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates a rock, solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy. After 40 in order to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue. Now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results. And to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges, join me for tangible natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kyrin Dunston. Welcome to The Hormone Prescription Podcast.   (00:53): Hey everybody. And welcome back to another episode of The Hormone Prescription with Dr. Kyrin. Thank you so much for joining me today. I have a special guest you're gonna love when I met her recently at one of our masterminds. I loved her immediately and you will too. She is a wealth of knowledge and just so warm and relatable and has such a gentle way of making what I can kind of make really complicated, pretty easy and simple to follow, which is a gift. So I'll tell you a little bit about her, and then we'll get started. Gin Stephens is the author of the New York Times and USA Today Best seller, Fast. Feast. Repeat., and Delay, Don't Deny: Living an Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle, an Amazon number one bestseller in the weight loss category, as well as Clean(ish): Eat (Mostly) Clean, Live (Mainly) Clean, and Unlock Your Body's Natural Ability to Self-Clean (2022), another Amazon. Number one best seller in several categories. Jen has lived the intermittent fasting lifestyle since 2014, losing over 80 pounds. Choose the host of two top rank podcast, Intermittent Fasting Stories and The Life Lessons podcast with Sheri Bullock. And you can join her private community by going to ginstephens.com/community. Welcome Gin.   (02:18): Well, so nice to see you. Good to be here with you today.   (02:22): Yeah, I'm so excited to have you here. And we are doing a live podcast interview with masterclass. So some of the ladies from my midlife metabolism programs are here and they're gonna get to listen and watch live and then ask questions later, which is a super fun benefit of being in my programs. So I think they'll really enjoy that. So how did you get started with intermittent fasting? It sounds like you were overweight. What was going on for you?   (02:54): Yeah, I was actually obese and , it's a hard word to say, right? I was 210 pounds at five five, and you know, I have a long weight loss, weight loss story, just like so many people do that involves lots of years of yo-yoing, right? Probably most women and men these days can relate to that. And I was always looking for a way to lose the weight and keep it off for good, but it never happened. You know, I, I thought about this recently and it just struck me, you know, I've been at my goal now since 2015, I've been in the same goal range, wearing the same clothes. This is the first time I'm 53. I just turned 53. This is the only time in my life from birth that I have maintained a stable weight for a period of time. Cause you know, the first, you know, whatever it is, 18 years you're growing.   (03:42): So I was growing and then right for the next years I was yo-yoing. I mean, there was always a time when every year I was getting bigger than I was dieting, then I was gaining and I was losing and it just kept going. And like probably so many people listening the yo-yo years get, get higher. Right. You lose some, then you gain more, then you lose a little, then you gain more. And so that's pretty much what happened to me. You know, I did all the things starting from my first diet. Really. I was counting calories during college. Like so many of us were mm-hmm and my first like real diet though, I think was the low fat era. When I graduated from college, it was the early nineties. So I started with the low, low fat loss. A lot of weight, looked awful, ate a lot of snack Wells oh my gosh.   (04:29):I remember those. And also, do you remember SpaghettiOs had zero grams of fat, zero grams of that 11 on spaghetti and snack Wells, which is certainly not what, what they meant with eat low fat. Right. But that's what I was doing. Probably most people too, but I just kept trying everything over the years, you know? And it got wackier and wackier from the HCG diet lost a lot of weight gained even more back. I took doctor prescribed diet pills. It was super get those. They'll give 'em to you. You lose the weight long as you keep taking 'em. Right. But that was no good, but it basically, I trashed my metabolism with all of those diets. Now I first heard about intermittent fasting, probably around 2009. You know, I was the person that would go to the Amazon weight loss category and look at all the books that were bestsellers and see what people were doing.   (05:21): And I would buy them. And actually I would first read the comments, right? What everybody said on Amazon, looking for that next best diet. So it's no surprise that I stumbled upon intermittent fasting and I would dabble in it here and there from oh nine to 14. But you know, we didn't know anything about it. Back then. Mm-Hmm everyone who was writing about intermittent fasting in the early days all said it works cause you're eating fewer calories. So here are some ways to eat fewer calories through intermittent fasting. And there was like a five hour window that was Dr. Burt hearing's fast five plan. There was alternate daily fasting. You could do. You were having a down day followed by an up day. You know, one day you did it one day, you didn't. And but every single plan talked about, it's just calorie restriction in an eating window or every other day.   (06:08): So I would dabble in it. But you know, I didn't understand so many things. I know now I didn't understand about insulin. I didn't understand about being metabolically flexible and what that means. And so I dabbled and my body never became adapted to fasting any of the times that I tried it. Cause I didn't give it long enough. Mm-Hmm I also didn't understand something. I now call the clean fast, which you can talk about a little bit later, but basically I lived in the hard part and it never got to be something that felt easy or good mm-hmm so I just kept dieting and all those years still wasn't doing well until finally in 2014, I went on a family cruise and we were in the Caribbean for seven days. It was a wonderful trip, but I looked at the pictures of me with my family and like those formal night pictures on a cruise ship.   (06:59): Mm-Hmm yeah. I was like, who is that in the picture? I looked like myself, but like inflated, like someone had put a pump in my mouth and my whole body just felt inflated. And I remember on that trip, we did this wonderful excursion where we were hiking up the Mayan ruins and it was really hard to carry my body, which was 80 pounds heavier than it is today. Up those Mayan ruins up those steps. I was like, I just can't do this. And so I was just miserable the whole time. So I came back home and said, this is the time I've gotta do something. Well, I turned to HCG one more time. and of course, you know, I was like, I can't do this ever again. I can't do this ever again. So I quit that. And that summer, August of 2014, I found my way back to intermittent fasting for the last time.   (07:43): Meaning that I stuck with it. There's the difference. I stuck with it and I never quit doing it. And so I wanted to lose 75 pounds. I lost those 75, went on to lose about five more. And I've been maintaining the loss since 2015, which is wow. Astonishing. Because like I said, I had never been the same weight season after season after season. So that's, what's, what's changed for me is maintenance has been, you know, pretty easy. My honesty pants get a little tight. I know what to do. You know, I've now been through menopause. I went through that at 51 and yeah, my body just keeps feeling great and intermittent fasting is not so secret.   (08:27): Well, not so secret secret, that sounds like a book. So I know everybody will dive into the details, but I know some people are thinking really Jen, you didn't exercise and work out at the gym, like crazy. Really Jen, you didn't, you know this, that or the other, none of that.   (08:43): No. And you know, really, I've never been someone who loved to do a lot of exercise. And interestingly enough, I had my DNA analyzed through 23. Me ran it through a couple of different third party websites. That'll tell you things about yourself. I was so not surprised when it came to exercise, my DNA report said not likely to lose weight with exercise and some people get the opposite. Some people have a genetic profile where exercise is required for them to lose weight. But for me, I mean, I, I do exercise. Don't get me wrong. I'm now doing water aerobics. We just moved. I do water aerobics every single day that I can get to it. And I'm an active person. I'm not sedentary, but exercise has never been that. Like I never once started an exercise program and bam, the weight came off. It's always had to be something else.   (09:30): Right. Okay, great. So let's dive into it. You talked about when intermittent fasting first came out, there were different people with different plans and you kind of bopped around and tried different ones. Mm-Hmm talk about what was the plan that you initially started with? Are you still with that? What are the details kind of, and then also maybe break down some lingo. I think hopefully most people have heard of intermittent fasting so they know what you're feeding window needs, right? You're fasting interval, things like that, but maybe they don't so feel free to fill in the basics. I'm always doing the podcast as a listener and some people are gonna be newbies and others are gonna be experts. So I try to keep them all along for the ride. So feel free to detail us.   (10:13): All right. Well the most common intermittent fasting approach is the daily eating window approach, which is formally known as time restricted eating, which some people like a lot better because you know, the word fasting is a little scary. You know, I didn't make this up. There's a saying that that goes along with fasting and it's brilliant. And the saying goes like this diets are easy in contemplation, but hard in execution. Right. You know, we've all like thought about a new diet, oh, this is gonna be fabulous. But then we crash and burn. Cause it's really hard to keep up a restrictive diet long term. Well, fasting is completely opposite. Fasting is hard in contemplation, but it's easy in execution. It only sounds like it's gonna be hard. You know, what was really hard was all the diets that I was doing when I was eating, you know, small meals all throughout the day that was miserable.   (11:02): The low calorie diets I did before. But with intermittent fasting, once your body adapts and you find what really works well for you and your body is metabolically flexible. Mm-Hmm you get to figure out what your ideal eating window is, what time of day that works best for you. We're not all the same. I have an evening eating window. Some of my foundations, I mentioned earlier with Dr. Burt, hearing's fast five approach and he's 19 five. That's what he did himself. And that was one of the very earliest. I think that was the earliest book out about eating windows. He just kind of figured it out and he didn't start eating till five and he had a five hour eating window. So that's fast five. He started five. You go for five now. Of course, that's not exactly how I do it. I don't wait till five to open my window, but that's what worked for him.   (11:50): So his program was wait till five, then have a five hour eating window. He's like, or you can move it around. However you want. Mm-Hmm , which is really what I did. So a five hour eating window is a great eating window length for me. And I feel better when I opened my window in the afternoon today I opened three 30 and I had like a little snack. And then I had dinner with my husband before we started talking today. We usually don't eat till around seven, but I ate a little earlier today just for y'all mm-hmm and, and my window is closed. So I probably had a three hour eating window today. And that's just how it worked because by the time we're done, I'm not gonna want to eat again. And I've had enough. I'm not hungry anymore, but it's a very flexible way to live.   (12:31): But just this morning, you know, you mentioned, I have a podcast called intermittent fasting stories today. I interviewed, I think it was number 249 on the podcast and she has a morning eating window. She opens her eating window at seven 30 in the morning and she has a light breakfast. And then she has a really hearty lunch around one o'clock then she closes her window and that's it. And then she fast till the next morning. So she has about a six hour eating window every day. And that works really well for her, but hers is in the morning. So, you know, if you hear people telling you, here's how you must do it, here's how you must structure your day. Here's when the best time to have it is ignore all that. My mission in life is to teach people that you're very much a study of one when it comes to how long your eating window should be, how long your fast should be, what you're eating and your eating window, all of that is gonna be very individual for you. And I want people to feel empowered, to experiment and find what feels right to them. I have a chapter in my book, fast FET repeat, and it's called tweak it till it's easy. And I mean that mm-hmm, , it's your role as someone who's trying something to tweak it until it feels easy till it feels like a lifestyle, because when you find what works best for you, it really does become an easy lifestyle.   (13:50): Yeah. I hear that from people I've tried it and my biggest challenge, and maybe we can talk about this a little cause I'm sure I'm not the only one is with the exercise. I work out a hard first thing in the morning. And what was happening is I was trying to open my feeding window in the afternoon and I was working out like a feed in the morning and I just started having, literally I noticed my skin sagging and then someone said to me, well, you're probably losing collagen cuz you're not getting enough protein cuz you're working out like that. I was like, you know what? That's true. And so how do you navigate this with exercise?   (14:29): Well, again, that is you haven't found your sweet spot. You, that was obviously not your sweet spot. And also I would like to ask when you were fasting, were you fasting clean? What were you having to drink during the fast   (14:42): Water?   (14:43): Okay. Just water. Well then that's good. That's that's important. Cause a lot of people are not. So I wanted to throw that out there, but you know, it sounds to me like perhaps with the amount of working out that you were doing waiting until afternoon to open your eating window was not your sweet spot.   (14:59): Right?   (14:59): You gotta squeak. It feel it's easy.   (15:01): But my challenge is so I need to eat because I'm gonna go work out, but I'm really not hungry until, so it's like,   (15:10): Well, so the issue was the skin sagging and that was it.   (15:14): No, I also didn't feel good. Okay.   (15:16): Well if you didn't feel good then that's not a good sign. You wanna feel good? Yeah. Cause the key is you wanna feel good, but like for me, and I guess I'm doing water aerobics. That's not maybe as intense as what you're doing, but a lot of people in the fasting community are able to work out hard and then keep asking for hours. How long were, did you try it? How long did you give it?   (15:35): Oh gosh, I'd have to look back. But it was for a few months.   (15:38): Okay. Okay. Yeah. Well by then, you know, you would expect that you would be adapted by then. So it sounds like to me, perhaps your eating window, wasn't best for you to wait till the late afternoon.   (15:49): Yeah. So I know that's one thing I struggled with. I've heard other people talking about it too. And then the other concern I know a lot of people have, maybe you can speak to, this is getting enough protein in, in a shorter eating window.   (16:04): You know, that's an interesting question. We do get that a lot. And something to keep in mind is not all of our protein needs have to come from the foods that we're eating. Now that might sound crazy. So let me explain. You've heard ology before, right? Yeah. Otology is our, body's basically it's our body's recycling and upcycling system, but I was an elementary teacher for 28 years. So I like to explain things in a simple way. It's our body's upcycling program. So when you're in the fasted state, your body is looking around, well, nothing's coming in, let's see what's around. And so your body breaks down old proteins and recycles them and can use those old proteins to build new things. So when you're fasting clean, now, if you're eating all day long, like breakfast, snack, lunch snack that actually Downes Autophy and downregulated Autophy, it gets worse and worse.   (17:01): The older we get mm-hmm . And so, you know, living in the modern world where we are eating all the time, most people are down regulated. Autophy leads to a lot of the problems that come along with aging. But when we're fasting, especially when we're fasting clean, we have increased Autophy. So Autophy is upregulated. We're better able to recycle those old junky proteins. So I'm able to build muscle. When I, when I just started doing my water aerobics in the past month or so since we just moved to a new, a new place, new neighborhood doing the water aerobics, I am building muscle, working out in the fasted state every morning, just doing that water aerobics. And I haven't increased the amount of protein that I'm eating, but I mean maybe I have without realizing it because I also am a big believer in the protein leverage hypothesis. Have you heard that that before?   (17:49): No. Talk about that.   (17:51): All right. Well, I can't remember who came up with a protein leverage hypothesis. Was it professor Nokes? I'm not sure Tim Nokes maybe, but basically it says that we have in our bodies, like we're a lot smarter than we give ourselves credit for our bodies, let us know what they need. So if you're not getting enough protein, your body is going to crave more protein until you give it what it needs. And so, you know, if, if you were like, you're eating and you're finding that you're unsatisfied, that might be your body saying, Hey, we need more protein. It's not gonna let you not get enough protein over time. And so, you know, when you think about what I said, auto, our body is recycling the protein plus during your eating window, if you are hungry for protein, we just really might not need also as much as we've been led to believe Dr. Jason fun. I'm sure you're familiar with his work. He has a great blog post about that. I think it's called how much protein is excessive or something. Mm-Hmm . And basically that people are always worried about not getting enough protein when really it's less of an issue than we realize.   (18:59): Okay. So is that something that you usually recommend that people track? How many grams of protein they're getting? Yeah. So it's more of an intuitive, let your body decide what it was. Well,   (19:09): You know, really, like I said, our bodies are pretty smart and I haven't noticed muscle loss. Like I said, I'm 53. I don't do anything harder than water aerobics. with my little weights in the water and I've not had trouble with muscle wasting and I've been doing fasting for years now and I was going to happen. It would've happened, right?   (19:29): Yeah. Oh yeah, for sure. Definitely would've but I know that's something   (19:32): That I have large communities and I left Facebook in early 20, 21 and we had almost half a million group members when I left. And one other thing about fasting is when, when you're fasting clean, we have upregulated human growth hormone. So when you have upregulated human growth hormone and you have a lot of apathy going on and you're nourishing your body well during your eating window, you're absolutely going to be fine. You know, if you do notice that, oh gosh, you know, maybe I'm losing a little muscle, just add a little 13, but you don't have to count it. It doesn't have to be that hard. We've got people doing all sorts of things in our community, building muscle, like crazy, just eating intuitively with their bodies and not counting in a single macro.   (20:17): Yeah. Let's dive into that. Cause we're so we come from that calorie counting culture, the macro culture and this many grams of this and this many grams of that. And people oftentimes will even say to me like, well, how many grams of protein carbs fats should I be getting and what types and they want, they want the rules and I'm pretty much an intuitive eater. So , but I will tell people if they ask, so what is your take on that? Well,   (20:45): I mean, how did people ever survive before we had ? I mean, right. I mean, like if you go back in time, you know, people were not like dropping dead from if food was plentiful, any environment in the world where food was plentiful, people just knew what to eat and how much to eat. Right. They did not make it hard. And if you go to like the blue zones, now that mm-hmm, , you're familiar with the blue zones. Yeah. Yeah. Mm-Hmm five pockets in the world. National geographic has researched them where people live to be over a hundred. If you walked into some of those blue zones and said, let's talk about macros. They would look at you. Like you're nuts. Those people are living to be over a hundred. They're not counting a single calorie. They're not counting a single macro they're living long and healthy lives. And there's a lot of factors that go together to make that happen. But they're eating real foods like their ancestors did. Mm-Hmm and they're not counting a thing.   (21:41): Right. And so that's how you usually teach and work with peoples just intuitively. But there are some people who would try that and they would go for the Hogan dos and the Ben and Jerry's and you know, all the things.   (21:54): Here's the beautiful thing about intermittent fasting. There's something we call appetite correction. And Dr. Bur hut hearing came up with that phrase as well. But it's just a beautiful phrase. And it means that your body will direct you to what you need as far as how much food you need. And also what you know, most of us find when we're intermittent faster, as you, you know, people may start off eating the standard American diet, but over time your tastes change. Yes. Weirdest thing, you actually tune back into your hunger and satiety signals. Our bodies do not count calories. Our bodies count nutrients. So when you are intuitive and you are not just cramming every emotion down all day long with food, like I'm gonna say, I used to do when I was obese, I was eating for morning till night, because of course that was also what we were told to do.   (22:46): We were told to eat breakfast within 30 minutes of your feet, hitting the floor and have frequent snacks, cuz that would boost your metabolism. That's what we were all told and how come I was 210 pounds. Right? I was doing all the things. And so I could not hear any signals from my body at that point. But now that I'm an intermittent faster, like, oh the Brussels sprouts look good. And so you may start off eating the standard American diet, but over time, it's amazing how your body directs you to like the first time you eat something that used to be your favorite thing. Like I can remember the first time I had a, a Starbucks, pumpkin spice latte after I'd lost the weight and been maintaining for a while. And that had always been my favorite, you know, when it was latte season and my window was open one day I was at target, there was a Starbucks in there. I'm like, I'm gonna have a pumpkin spice latte and my window was open. It's gonna be delicious. And I tasted it and I'm like, why does this taste like bug spray? This tastes awful. And I'm like, they have changed the recipe of no, they didn't change the recipe. my taste buds changed. The more real food you eat, the more you're fasting and living that lifestyle, your body just, it really changes in a way you just couldn't expect.   (24:01): Yeah. You know, for me it was CBOs. When I weighed 2 43, I would eat Cinnabons   (24:07): And those are not even good. Are they? I had one in an airport in like maybe 2018 cuz you know, it smelled so good. I was with my sister, we were flying down. It tasted like, like poison.   (24:18): Yes. Like poison. It tastes like chemicals,   (24:21): Chemicals. Exactly.   (24:22): Right. So I love the intuitive and I noticed for me, if I'm not stressed, I will intuitively eat very healthy things. And it's only when the stress comes that I want sugar.   (24:35): They're looking for soothing. Right.   (24:38): They're right. All right. So we talked about that. No macros, I loved what you said. That's a quotable. Our bodies do not cap calories counts, nutrients mm-hmm . And then in terms of, you know, you hear so many things, are you also recommending a flexible kind of intuitive window that changes all the time based on how you feel or do you find that people do better when they set it and stick to it? And   (25:07): That depends on the person that's gonna be very individual. There are some people that need more structure just because if it's too loosey goosey, then the next minute they're not fasting anymore. Right. Right. Like it's so flexible. They forgot to do it. So in fast Fe repeat, I have something called the 28 day fast start. And that is a period of time when people are, are learning how to do it. Your body is developing the skills that it needs behind the scenes to flip that metabolic switch to fat burning. And so that you're metabolically flexible. And so it is very much more like here is how you're going to do it day to day as your body is adapting. But then after those 28 days, that's where the tweak till a dizzy part comes in, and you start to figure out what works for you.   (25:50): And there's a lot to be said for mixing things up from day to day, you know, like one day, if you have a one-hour eating window, cuz you were super busy and crazy that day, but that doesn't mean you need to do that tomorrow. Tomorrow. You're probably gonna need a little bit longer. So we don't want to be too rigid and overs restricting for our bodies. So it's really like for me, I would just stick to, you know, as long as I have like a five-hour eating window, pretty much from day to day, I could move it around. When I was losing weight, that really worked well for me. Other people find they might need an eight-hour eating window. Maybe five hours is too restrictive, but someone else might find they need a four-hour eating window because they tend to overeat. If they eat for five, it just really is all about learning about yourself and responding to how it's going.   (26:35): I love that. That's something that I talk about all the time I called your body. She, you know, talked to her what she's gonna tell you what she needs, but we are so socialized out of listening internally and we're so externally directed. So it really is this re acquaintance. And it sounds like you are really teaching that too. Like your body knows what it needs and what it doesn't need. And if   (27:00): It doesn't feel good, it's telling you for a reason, there's something that is not feeling good. Like what you were doing before your body told you that was not working. That was not your asking protocol for whatever reason you hadn't found it yet.   (27:14): No, and I haven't, I haven't   (27:15): Tried it person.   (27:16): No, see that's a thing I'm not hungry till the afternoon, but I like to work out. So I haven't figured out how to fix that. So I just stopped doing it. I'm like, this is not working. I don't feel good. I'm not doing it, but   (27:29): I guess it might be hard for you to work out later in the day. Yeah.   (27:33): Yeah. It's a morning thing. So, well, I'll figure it out. I'm wondering you have this great podcast where people talk about their stories with intermittent fasting. Could you share some of your favorite stories from people you've had on the podcast?   (27:48): You know, one of the most fun that I've had that I enjoyed so very much, I talked to a guest and she had been on extreme weight loss that extreme makeover, weight loss edition, Jackie arena is her name. And she's been in my community from way back when we were on Facebook. She's been in my group now she's in my off Facebook, private community. And she told her story, she lost over 200 pounds. Mm-Hmm in a year of doing extreme makeover, weight loss edition. And she talked about, and it was fascinating to talk to her because when I wrote fast Fe repeat, I talked about weight loss and all of that. Are you familiar with the Minnesota starvation experiments that they   (28:28): Take? No, what's   (28:30): That well in the Minnesota starvation experiments, basically trying to figure out, you know, how much food do people need to live? What happens if we really restrict how much that people are eating? So they had these conscientious objectors who weren't fighting in world war II and they're like, we'll use y'all. And so they put 'em on this, like I think a college campus in Minnesota and they studied them and what these were men and they put 'em on 1500 or something calories a day mm-hmm , which we probably are like, that's just what you do. You eat 1500 calories a day, but they studied them on this. What they called that a starvation diet. And so it was fascinating. I, I write about this in the introduction to fast FEAS repeat, but it talked about all the things they went through. Like they started to become obsessed with food.   (29:13): They started to have feelings of wanting to bend and all these things that were happening to their bodies as they were restricting, restricting, restricting. And when I talked to Jackie, I mean it was like textbooks when the, the experiences that she went through going through that extreme weight loss, cuz it was basically just eat less and less and less and less. As you continue to lose that much weight, you have to just eat less and even more, less, more restriction, less and less and more and more working out. We've all seen those shows. And so by the end of it, I mean she had tanked her hormones. She was no longer having cycles. She had textbook. I mean obviously the Minnesota starvation experiment was men, but everything that they went through, as far as like on that, that starvation regimen she was going through and it took her years to get her hormones back in a good place.   (30:05): And so, I mean that just lets you know how dangerous diet culture is, but she, after that, you know, she regained weight obviously, cuz your body is fighting back mm-hmm whenever you have, you know, they also did the biggest loser studies did you? Right. I saw that one. That was so interesting. Similar kind of a thing. They restricted so much that everything's, their metabolism slowed down. And then of course, as soon as they couldn't keep up that level, bam here came the way back and then their metabolisms were slower than when they had started. Right. So it was just fascinating to talk to her. And then she found intermittent fasting how that has been completely different and how she has finally been able to lose the weight through intermittent fasting and found peace around food that, that she didn't have before. And it was just so interesting to hear the, all the theory basically she's lived it all the, the bad diet theory followed watching.   (31:03): She's a living example. She's a living example of every single theory that I talk about in fast fees, repeat of like, here's what they found. Here's what the research says. She's lived it and all of her experiences really show it. So I loved that episode. I mean, I've talked to, like I said, 249 today and most of them are just normal people. One that I really loved was Dr. Mark Matson. Are you familiar with his work? No, I haven't heard of him. You may have heard of his work and not known it. Do you remember in the end of 2019, when there was that big new England journal of medicine article about fasting, it came out on like December 26th, 2019 and suddenly, and fasting was all over the news. Yes. People were talking about how healthy it was. Well, Dr. Mark Matson was the author of that new England journal of medicine article.   (31:51): And it turns out he wrote it because a lot of doctors were having patients starting to come in to their practice and saying I'm doing intermittent fasting, but the doctors didn't really know a lot about it. So they were like, we need to know more about this. And so the new England journal of medicine reached out to Dr. Mathson and asked him to write that review article. So it's a review article. So it covers all the science, all the, the best information that's out there. And it was really amazing when that came out in 2019, because I was running these Facebook groups and when people would join, we're like, why do you wanna join? And people always said, I wanna lose weight. I wanna lose weight. But all of a sudden people started saying, I wanna get healthy. I wanna live longer. I wanna prevent Alzheimer's because suddenly the conversation was shifted and people realized intermittent fasting is a very healthy way to live.   (32:38): And I really credit mark Mathson for that. But he came on my podcast and intermittent fasting stories and talked about his story. And you know, he worked at John's Hopkins for his whole research career mm-hmm and he actually started doing intermittent fasting in the eighties wow. As grad student or something and just how he, he naturally gravitated towards, but he studied fasting and the effects on the brain, he's a neurological researcher, and you know, the anti-Alzheimer's properties and all the things like that and how it helps our neurological health in so many ways. But it was really fascinating to talk to him. And then everything in between just, you know, normal people who are fascinating. I've talked to doctors who live a lifestyle. I've talked to the mom next door, the dad next door. And I love talking to everybody because in 249 stories, everyone has something new to bring to the table to talk about how intermittent fasting has changed their life.   (33:31): I love that you mentioned something earlier about this starvation experiment, which I didn't know about. That sounds horrible. What is the difference with calorie restriction, where you're eating all the time and the food obsession and the wanting to binge versus having a shortened eating and a great   (33:52): Question. And I love that you asked it. Okay. So let's talk about how our bodies get fueled. Most people, especially now, if you look around, most people are carrying a whole lot of energy around in their bodies, right?   (34:04): a lot of energy equals fat. You're   (34:06): Carrying a lot of calories or like, like a calorie suit, right? People are wearing a calorie suit and those calories, if you can access them, the calories you have in stored fat, they provide great fuel for your body. And the key is you wanna be able to tap into those fat stores and use that energy. Well, that's where low calorie diets, where you're eating all day long. That's where it breaks down. We're not meant to eat tiny little amounts of food all day long, like a little drip, drip of a feeding tube or something. We're not meant to do that. And it has to do with the hormone. Insulin. Insulin is our storage hormone. And when insulin is high and when insulin levels are high, like if someone has insulin resistance type two diabetes, basically you have high fasted levels of insulin. Your insulin's high all the time.   (34:57): Insulin is anti lipolytic, meaning it locks down your fat stores. So when you have high levels of insulin all the time, you have a really hard time accessing your stored fat and burning it for fuel. We have all experienced that when you're doing the low calorie diet and you're having your tiny little breakfast and you're drinking your diet soda, and then you're having little snack. You are keeping your insulin high all the time. And I'll talk in a minute about why diet sodas do that and why they're not part of the clean fast, because they cause an insulin response. But in the meantime, your insulin is up, up, up all the time. You cannot tap into your fat stores very well. It's like they're locked away, right? So you are not well fueled. You're having a low calorie diet, but because insulin is high that the low calorie diet isn't fueling you and you can't get to your fat stores.   (35:47): So now your body has to, downregulate your metabolism, it's in a panic. Well now how fasting is different. Yeah. Once your metabolically flexible and you're fasting and you're keeping your insulin levels low during the fast, suddenly your body can now see all that fat too, and your body can start using the fat for fuel. And so just as I talked about your meeting, some of your protein needs through Autophy you're meeting some of your fuel needs through the fat that your body is burning. So we actually have one study that was really interesting. They followed people over a 72 hour F. Now I'm not recommending people start bathing for 72 hours. I eat every day. But when they were studying the people over these 72 hours, they looked at what their metabolic rate was doing. And everyone had like a baseline metabolic, right when they started.   (36:38): And then as time went on, their metabolic rate actually went up over the course of this fast. It was a 72 hour fast, like I said, and then it reached a peak at a certain point. And then it started to trim slowly down again. And so by the time they got to the 72, the end of the 72 hours, their metabolic rate was actually higher than it had been at baseline, but trending downward. So, you know, what does that tell us that tells us that fasting, when we start tapping into those fast stores, our bodies get going and they can actually ramp up that metabolic rate, but it also tells us that we don't wanna just keep fasting forever and ever cuz if you follow that trajectory down, I mean, eventually it would've gone below baseline. So that's why extended fasting for days and days at a time that is gonna affect your metabolic rate over time. So you wanna find the balance between fasting and feasting and that's really important cuz you can over fast and that's not a good thing.   (37:36): Yes. That's a great explanation. Thank you for explaining that. And I think some people might not know what metabolic flexibility is. I mean, you've kind of described it, but can you talk a little bit more about that?   (37:48): It's really how we're we're designed to be. Our bodies are designed to be able to use whatever fuel source is available. At the time we have the ability to store fat for when we need it. Our body can take that stored fat and our livers can turn fat into keytones, which fuels our brain beautifully. And we have plenty of energy to do what we need when there's, when there's not food around. But when food is available, we can flip that switch and we're, you know, using that food for fuel. So what happens when there's no food for fuel, your body flips the switch back to using your fat stores. So we are meant to be metabolically flexible and have the ability to switch from one source to the other. And we lose that metabolic flexibility in today's modern world with the eating all the time, nobody ever has to flip that switch to fat burning. And that is why, you know, I talked about the 28 day fast start when people have to let their bodies adapt. That's why, because when you first start your body, it doesn't wanna do that. And you also may not even have those fat burning enzymes built up your body just really cannot do it yet. And you also have to get insulin down over the over time. But at first you you're gonna be hangry. You're gonna be tired. Your body's like, come on. Where's the latte that I'm used to having at 10:00 AM.   (39:04): where's   (39:05): The breakfast burrito from the drivethrough or whatever it is. And eventually though your body's like, all right, fine, fine. I'll go tap into the fat store. Then it flips that switch. And there you go.   (39:19): Yeah. It's kind of like, you have to be your body's parent and like, Nope, you're not getting that. Nope. You're not getting that. Exactly. You know, the kids are like, can we have a cookie? Can we have a cookie? And I'm getting to know dinners coming. And they devour the Brussels spout cuz they didn't get the cookie. So now I'm   (39:35): Not, your body wants the cookie. And if you don't give it the cookie, if you eat your fat,   (39:39): eat your fat, go eat fat. Right. Right. So there's so much to talk about with this. I definitely want to recommend that people get your books, read your books during your community. I just love the titles that you have. There's so descriptive and clear. And I think that makes it very accessible to pretty much everyone. And I love that and you're so real and it's just great. So we'll have links to the books in the show notes. We'll also put a link to your community so that people can go there and actually grab links to your podcast too. And put those in there so everybody can listen. Thank you for staying up late to meet with us.   (40:26): It's not really that late. I just don't usually do things that I have to be active after dinner. Cause I had dinner usually after dinner I'm in wind down mode.   (40:36): Got it. Got it. Well, we will get you there soon. We'll have a few questions and answers any last things that you wanna share with everyone before we wrap? No, I didn't.   (40:46): Didn't talk about the clean fast, which is super duper important. Okay. Go ahead. Have during the fast and a lot of people have tried intermittent fasting and for whatever reason, they were not successful. And when I talk to people who are like, oh yeah, I tried that. It didn't work for me. There are usually two things that come up time. And again, one, they didn't give it long enough. Mm-Hmm and two, they were not fasting clean. So let's talk about what it means to fast clean. You know, I just talked about how we wanna keep insulin down. That's so important. So we can tap into our fast stores. Well, what causes to have an insulin response? Eating? Obviously we're not eating we're fasting, but also it turns out the taste of sweetness. If our brain thinks food is coming in, right? Even if it's a diet Coke, our brain doesn't understand the cephalic phase insulin response is when you taste something like that, diet soda, your brain says, we know what sweetness means.   (41:38): It means that sugar is coming in because in nature, everything that is paired with sweetness is like, you know, sugary or fruit or honey or whatever. Right? And so your pancreas goes ahead and pumps out some insulin because it knows you're gonna have high blood sugar soon. But then again, you're having this diet soda because it has zero calories. No sugar comes in, but you still have high insulin. And so you wanna keep your insulin down so your body can tap into your fat stores. So avoid anything. That's sweet. See all these miracle sweeteners. You're like this one doesn't raise your insulin. This one doesn't your brain doesn't know the difference. It doesn't milk fruit. It's like, no, it just tastes sweetness. And so you wanna avoid anything sweet. Don't put anything in your coffee to add sweetness or your tea. Don't add anything like that.   (42:26): But, and you wanna avoid things like lemon, apple, cider vinegar, anything that might have a food like taste, avoid those things. Cinnamon, all that avoid all that. The second goal is we wanna have, we wanna be tapping into our fat stores for fuel. So you don't wanna take in sources of fat during the fast don't put the butter in your coffee, the cream in your coffee. Don't put anything in your coffee. other than the coffee, don't take exogenous. Keytones cuz if you're taking in another source of fuel, your body's gonna use that. It's not gonna tap into your fat stores. We don't just wanna have keytones. We wanna make 'em from our stored fat. Yeah. If you're putting MCT oil in your coffee, your body's gonna take that MCT oil and turn it into keytones. But you want to get your keytones from your own body, fat, not from something you're putting in your coffee cup.   (43:16): And so the third thing we wanna do, our third fasting goal is we wanna have that increased auto and to do that, we don't wanna take in any sources of protein because protein, halts auto. So don't have bone broth or anything like that, you know? And if you start, you know, listening to people here and there there's all sorts of really bad recommendations, like oh 50 calories, doesn't break a fast. That is not true. Like in that case you could literally just like eat a jelly bean every five minutes and like fasting and that is not fasting. And some people are like, well what about a little splash of cream? Because this fasting expert over here says it's okay to put in a little splash of cream. Well, what is cream? Well it's dairy. If dairy is nature's perfect food for growing a mammal baby at the time of their life where they're growing the most rapidly.   (44:06): Does that sound like fasting? No, no anti dairy. Keep it in your eating window. If, if dairy works for you, but dairy is in no way, shape or form fasting, neither is almond milk. That none of that is that's not fasting yeah. So stick to the clean fast plain water, plain sparkling water, no flavors added. Don't add anything in there for flavor. It's not supposed to be a flavor adventure. We're taking a break from that. You can have all the flavor adventure you want in your eating window. You can have black coffee, plain tea. Now why can we have the black coffee and the plain tea? Well, those have a bitter flavor profile and that is not associated with the cephalic phase insulin response.   (44:48): That is very important. Thank you for explaining that. And you know what I realize we didn't talk about which we gotta hit on. This is like you said, when the new England journal article came out in 2019, people shifted from it. Wasn't about weight loss. They wanted to be healthy. Right? Can you just hit on the highlights of all the diseases that intermittent fasting is recruiting to help   (45:12): I cannot because the list would be so long. I   (45:15): Know like,   (45:16): You know, as a medical professional yourself, anything that's connected with insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome inflammation. I mean, that's like the root of like everything, right?   (45:27):Everything,   (45:27): Insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, inflammation. Those are the things that intermittent fasting helps with. So anything that would be, if you go downstream from whatever medical condition and the downstream   (45:40): Problem,   (45:42): If you ever read B's book why we get sick?   (45:45): I have not. No,   (45:46): You gotta read that next. Get that book. Okay. If you will, if you haven't read fast, Pete, read that, but then need to read then Dr. Benjamin Bick. Men's why we get sick. And it basically makes the case. He's like the premier insulin resistant expert in the world, I think. And it basically talks about how insulin resistance, how it CA and he walks you through it, you know, how does it affect us in menopause? How does it affect, oh yeah. His health. How does it? And it's really the root of everything. So getting your insulin and can under control is just so important. It, it will, I mean, you type two diabetes. I mean, I think people say crazy things on the podcast that have been helped by, you know, I mean simple things. Yes. But people have had crazy results that you wouldn't even expect. I talked to somebody last week, she was wheelchair bound due to, she had some autoimmune type things that were going on and intermitent, festing, she's not been in a wheelchair. I mean, she's now like gained her mobility bag and I mean, it it's like you would never write all this in a book, cuz it sounds like too far fetched, but when people tell you their own story, you know that it's true.   (46:51): Yeah. That's amazing. I mean, I always say that insulin is that loose thread on the knotted ball of yarn of all your hormones and you gotta get it right. And I'm a big believer in, there are two prescriptions we need as women, as we age, we need the written one for natural hormones and we need this kind of life prescription. So thank you very much, Gin Stephens for coming on the podcast and sharing your wisdom with all of us.   (47:20): Well, I love doing it   (47:22): and thank you all for joining us for another episode of The Hormone Prescription Podcast. Hopefully you've heard something today that has sparked your interest and maybe you're willing to take the plunge and try it start with one of Gin's books, fast beast, repeat or delay don't deny, join one of her communities. Try out her 28 day program, do something don't just listen and say, oh yeah, that's great. I'll think about it later. I want you to take action. So I wanna hear about it on social media. Yeah. Jump on Instagram, Facebook and let me know what you're trying and how it's working for you. And I will see you next week. Thanks so much for spending this time with us until then peace, love and hormones. Y'all   (48:09): Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40. When we learn to speak hormones and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love it. If you give me a review and subscribe, it really does help this podcast out so much. You can visit the hormone prescription.com, where we have some free gifts for you and you can sign up to have a hormone evaluation with me on the podcast to gain clarity into your personal situation until next time, remember, take small steps each day to balance your hormones and watch the wonderful changes in your health that begin to unfold for you. Talk to you soon.   ► Clean (ish) Supplemental Materials Download the free companion pdf that contains all of the reflect and take action pages from Clean(ish), as well as the activities from part 3 of the book. CLICK HERE.   ► Gin Stephens Membership Community: The Delay, Don't Deny Community. CLICK HERE to join.   ► Feeling tired? Can't seem to lose weight, no matter how hard you try? It might be time to check your hormones.   Most people don't even know that their hormones could be the culprit behind their problems. But at Her Hormone Club, we specialize in hormone testing and treatment. We can help you figure out what's going on with your hormones and get you back on track.   We offer advanced hormone testing and treatment from Board Certified Practitioners, so you can feel confident that you're getting the best possible care. Plus, our convenient online consultation process makes it easy to get started.   Try Her Hormone Club for 30 days and see how it can help you feel better than before.   CLICK HERE to sign up.

Dirt from the Road
MO LOWDA & the HUMBLE | weirdest corporate gigs, most efficient songwriting process, DIY touring ethic

Dirt from the Road

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 61:20


Philadelphia Indie Rock band Mo Lowda & the Humble sits down with Brett Newski (NEWSKI) to discuss weirdest corporate gigs, most efficient songwriting process, DIY touring ethic, & how to get more people to shows in the most over-crowded entertainment environment ever.  More on Mo Lowda: http://www.molowda.com/ Support the pod if you can: https://patreon.com/newski More on NEWSKI: www.newskimusic.com NEWSKI ON TOUR Sept 17 - Des Plaines Fall Fest - DES PLAINES, IL (2p) Oct 27 - xbk live - DES MOINES, IA Oct 28 - Mason City Brewing - MASON CITY, IA Oct 29 - 18th St Pub - PARSONS, KS Oct 30 - Yard Show - FORT WORTH, TX (rsvp to this email) Nov 2 - Long Play Lounge East - AUSTIN, TX Nov 3/4/5 - Texafied Fest - SULPHUR SPRINGS, TX Nov 6 - Mercury Lounge - TULSA, OK Nov 11 - Lucky Cat (solo) - CEDAR RAPIDS, IA Dec 2 - Music Space of Owatonna - OWATONNA, MN Dec 3 - Secret All Request show - BLOOMINGTON, MN

Ben Davis & Kelly K Show
What's the weirdest place you've lost a cell phone??

Ben Davis & Kelly K Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 11:19


Wait until you hear some of these wild stories!

Cheating Wives and Girlfriend Stories 2022
Wedding Photographers, What's The Weirdest Picture You've Ever Taken? (r/AskReddit)

Cheating Wives and Girlfriend Stories 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 19:14


Wedding Photographers, What's The Weirdest Picture You've Ever Taken? (r/AskReddit)

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022
Wedding Photographers, What's The Weirdest Picture You've Ever Taken? (r/AskReddit)

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 19:14


Wedding Photographers, What's The Weirdest Picture You've Ever Taken? (r/AskReddit)

The Jubal Show - Just The Clips
What is the weirdest thing you have seen in someone's home?

The Jubal Show - Just The Clips

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 6:16


The Jubal Show Opens with America's Favorite Game Show, Stupid Internet Question! Today's Stupid Internet Question is, What is the weirdest thing you have seen in someone's home?Leave a rating and review wherever you listen. It will help the show out in a big way. If that's not your thing, you can find us on social media here:https://instagram.com/thejubalshowhttps://twitter.com/thejubalshowhttps://www.tiktok.com/@thejubalshow

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men
27 Signs Your Crush Likes You But Is Trying Not To Show It (Do They Like Me Back)

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 9:12


Does my crush like me back? This is a common question for people to ask when it comes to figuring out how their crush feels about them. In today's video we're going to be discussing 27 signs your crush likes you but is trying to hide it.  They like you, they like you not. Yes girls are confusing and when they have a crush on you this becomes even more mind boggling. It gets way more confusing…if that is even possible when your crush likes you but is trying not to show it. Talk about confusion!! The only way to make this situation less confusing is to know the signs so that you can do a bit more than guess what a girl is thinking.  In today's video I am going to introduce you to the signs and believe me when I say your dating life is about to become way easier.  #Joyanima #Flirting #Attraction #Crush #Dating #Seduction

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men
14 Secrets To Letting Go That Will Make You More Attractive

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 9:54


Letting go is one of those things which is far easier said than done, however, it remains an important necessity in life. Healthy relationships require you to let go and move forward, as does maintaining a healthy mindset overall.  Today's video details fourteen clear and easy steps which will equip you with all the tools that you need to let go of a person, emotion or memory, that you have been holding onto.  Letting go of these things will lead to greater freedom and clarity in your life and increase your chances of a much more successful romantic life!

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men
How To Make Any Woman Miss You

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 9:01


Learn how to make her miss you! In today's video we're going to be discussing 23 tips you can use to make a girl miss you. It is human nature to want to feel needed which is why we all want to be missed at some point in our lives. Whether you are in a relationship or just dating someone, getting someone to miss you is probably something you instinctively want. Luckily you can make any woman, whether you are in a relationship with them or not, miss you. To do this, there are things that you need to do. Let's find out what those things are… #joyanima #Flirting #Attraction #Crush #Dating #Seduction

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men
17 Subtle Signs She Wants To Be Your Girlfriend

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 8:10


If you have been trying to figure out what a girl wants from you and whether she wants to be your girlfriend then this video is for you. When a girl wants to become a girlfriend she shows off some subtle signs that you could miss if you don't know what they are. In today's video I am going to tell you which signs to look out for so that you know when it's time to ask her that big question, “will you be my girlfriend?”.  #joyanima #Flirting #Attraction #Crush #Dating #Seduction

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men
Girls Do THIS When They're With A Guy They Really Like

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 8:06


Learn how to know if a girl likes you. In today's video we're going to be discussing the many signs she likes you. When a girl really likes a guy, she sort of gives it away. She does certain things which normally show how she feels. Now sometimes guys can easily pick these up but other times it is not so easy. You might think of her as out of your league or might not be thinking about her in a romantic way, when this happens it is easy to miss the signs. Which is why it's always good to refresh your memory of what the signs are so that you can look out for them next time you think a girl might like you. In today's video I am going to tell you about the signs to look out for.  #joyanima #Flirting #Attraction #Crush #Dating #Seduction

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men
Do THIS To Make Someone Want You

Joyanima Dating Advice For Men

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 7:47


It can be hard when you really like someone but they don't seem to want you. Even though you think you are doing everything you can, nothing seems to be working. You wish you could wave a magic wand and skip to the point where you are both on a date. Unfortunately it is not quite that easy but I do have something that will make it easier for you to make someone want you. The things I am so excited to tell you about today were proven in a psychological study by M.Gary Neuman. Are you ready for some scientifically proven things you can do that will make someone want you?  #joyanima #Flirting #Attraction #Crush #Dating #Seduction

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022
Askreddit - Redditors share the weirdest thing, they caught roommate doing

RSLASH: Best Of Reddit Stories 2022

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 20:05


Askreddit - Redditors share the weirdest thing, they caught roommate doing

Spinsters
The Weirdest Thing The Sixers Did Last Year with Maitreyi Anantharaman | THE GIRLIES

Spinsters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 64:31 Very Popular


Last year, Defector staff writer Maitreyi Anantharaman received a press email about a new partnership between the Sixers and a suspicious metaverse company. What followed is one of the strangest NBA stories we've ever heard, even by Philly standards. Maitreyi walks us through her reporting on a story that includes a potentially fake CEO, a concrete company, and the Sixers doing zero homework. https://defector.com/what-the-hell-is-this-company-the-76ers-just-partnered-with/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Syke Morning Show with Ally Ali Podcast
The Weird Dreams We Have - What Do They Mean?

The Syke Morning Show with Ally Ali Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 9:41


Syke had the WEIRDEST dream & we're trying to figure out what it means.

B2B Craftworks
The Weirdest Thing I Do (Seriously), Don't Go In That House, Feel Good Going Slow [Friday Update Sept. 2nd, 2022]

B2B Craftworks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 21:24


Celebrating Labor Day by spending the morning as a mom and the afternoon as a CEO. Sharing a super weird thing I do to feel good more frequently, talking about THE HOUSE no one wants to go in, and suggesting we could feel better as we go slow. Thanks for listening.Become a member so we can study this stuff together:https://b2bwritinginstitute.podia.com/moonshot-machineAlmost writing seminar season (!!):https://b2bwritinginstitute.podia.com/b2b-writing-seminarSubscribe by email:https://b2bwritinginstitute.com/join-b2bwi/Support the show

Jeremiah wonders...
The Weirdest Man Alive | A Crowdwork Documentary

Jeremiah wonders...

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 23:29


Jeremiah gets locked into the strangest encounter he's ever had when he addresses a disruptive audience member. Recorded at Flyover Comedy Festival in St. Louis, MS. Subscribe here!: https://youtube.com/jeremiahwatkins?sub_confirmation=1 Directed by Jeremiah Watkins Edited by Gage Tijerina Director of Photography Gage Tijerina Performed by Jeremiah Watkins

Plain English with Derek Thompson
Nate Silver on Why This Midterm Election Could Be the Weirdest in Decades

Plain English with Derek Thompson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 57:47 Very Popular


Earlier this year, it appeared that Democrats were going to get destroyed in the midterms. Joe Biden's approval rating was in the toilet, inflation was raging, and everything was going wrong. It wouldn't have been historically shocking if Democrats lost seats in November. The party in power typically loses seats in midterm elections, thanks in part to the electorate's preference for balance. But then something weird happened. Joe Biden's polls went up. And up. And up. Republican Senate nominees starting flailing across the country. Today, Democrats are favored to keep the Senate, and they have doubled their odds of holding the House. How did this happen? FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver joins the podcast to explain the big picture and analyze the most fascinating individual races, from Pennsylvania to Ohio. If you have questions, observations, or ideas for future episodes, email us at PlainEnglish@Spotify.com. You can find us on TikTok at www.tiktok.com/@plainenglish_ Host: Derek Thompson Guest: Nate Silver Producer: Devon Manze Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Earth's Mightiest Podcasts
EMBS Episode 31: Weirdest Trilogy

Earth's Mightiest Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 95:37


Individually they were just like those guys who like to hang around the comic book shop and talk comics but together they form the Earth's Mightiest Podcast! In this episode we talk whatever comes to mind as of Aug. 4, 2022. Thor: Love and Thunder  Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood (Hulu) Belle (HBO Max) Paper Girls (Amazon Prime) Outer Range (Amazon Prime) The Wretched is now on Netflix!! Shining Girls (Apple TV) Grim Reefer (comic Kickstarter) - http://kck.st/3znMM6P Legend - A Dragon Ball Tale 2022 (Studio Stray Dog) (Youtube) Legendary Marvel Improv Mastermind: Maria Hill Scheme: Drain Mutants' Powers to Open Rifts in Future Timelines Henchmen: Phalanx Villains: Purifiers, SHIELD Elite Heroes: Caiera, Emma Frost, Phyla-Vell, Tigra, Yondu [EMBS RSS] Subscribe [RSS All] Subscribe [Google Play All] Subscribe [iTunes] Subscribe Music: EMP theme song By Tribe One http://tribeonewon.wordpress.com/

SHe’s Kinda Funny
33. WEIRDEST ENCOUNTERS WITH A STRANGER

SHe’s Kinda Funny

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 59:02


OK this episode is covering all sorts of topics! Hemorrhoids, homeless ladies without teeth, free clothes in the Aldi parking lot, burning cars, Prince, and much much more.

My Weirdest Experience
My Weirdest Experience (Trailer)

My Weirdest Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 0:57


--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/myweirdestexperience/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/myweirdestexperience/support

This American President
Why the Cold War Was America's Longest and Weirdest War

This American President

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 93:00


The Cold War was America's longest and most bizarre war. It was full of unlikely heroes and villains--people like Vasily Arkhipov who, although is little remembered today, literally saved the world from destruction. Commentator/podcaster Bill Whittle joins us on a tour of the personalities and moments that made the Cold War and shows that even Pizza Hut played a role in America's battle against communism.BILL WHITTLEhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cold-war-prelude-to-the-present/id1471188269JOIN PREMIUMListen ad-free for only $5/month at www.bit.ly/TAPpremiumFOLLOW USwww.linktr.ee/thisamericanpresidentCREDITSHost: Richard LimProducer: Michael NealArtist: Nip Rogers, www.NipRogers.com

The Rise Guys
WHERE'S THE WEIRDEST PLACE YOU'VE BEEN BITTEN BY A BUG?: HOUR ONE: 08/30/22

The Rise Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 32:46


Where's the weirdest place you've been bitten by a mosquito? Happened yesterday to Mattman's chin Headlines with Princess Diana's personal car going for a record price Sports with the South Carolina Gamecocks picking a new name for their live mascot

BeawCast
Weirdest Husband In The World | Ep 41

BeawCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 52:49


BARBELL BRIGADE APPAREL: https://www.barbellbrigade.com

Total Soccer Show: USMNT, EPL, MLS, Champions League and more ...
Listener Questions! How Casemiro changes Manchester United, weirdest soccer moments, Championship teams to watch, and more

Total Soccer Show: USMNT, EPL, MLS, Champions League and more ...

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 64:18 Very Popular


On this listener questions episode, Taylor, Ryan, Graham, and Joe tackle topics from all over the globe. From Casemiro's move to Manchester United to tear-inducing soccer moments, we cover plenty of ground. Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by... Welcome to Wrexham! We are supported by FX's Welcome to Wrexham, which premieres today, Wednesday August 24th on FX and will be available to stream on Hulu! LinkedIn Jobs! LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/TSS. Terms and conditions apply.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Low Value Mail
#28 - Paranormal Stories + the Weirdest Thing That's Ever Happened To You

Low Value Mail

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 115:57


Business with Purpose
How Personas, Platforms, and Profits are Hurting the Church | EP 312: Katelyn Beaty

Business with Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 72:52


My guest this week is Katelyn Beaty, an editorial director for Brazos Press. She loves words and believes they can change the world. Katelyn is a Midwest native living in New York City and has written for The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and The New York Times on topics such as politics, gender, and theology. She is cohost of the Saved by the City podcast and previously served as print managing editor at Christianity Today. She's the author of Celebrities for Jesus: How Personas, Platforms, and Profits Are Hurting the Church and A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home, and the World. 2:48 – Katelyn 101 Katelyn's an oldest child and an INFJ/Enneagram 3w4. She was excited to head to Italy to spend some time with girlfriends. 7:10 – Passion for writing She loved reading the newspaper as a child and learning what was happening around the world. Katelyn was the kind of student who enjoyed writing papers in high school and college. 10:00 – College newspaper In college, Katelyn loved writing op-eds in the college newspaper. Students came up to her and said they appreciated her articulating what they had been thinking. 20:30 – Celebrities for Jesus book It's not a light, breezy topic, but it's hopeful. Don't center ministries on one charismatic individual. Spiritual leaders need accountability, especially those with big platforms. 45:10 – Forgiveness You need to make things right when things are broken. Restitution is important when you have done wrong. Avoid apologies that sound like PR statements, and sit out longer than you think you need to. 1:03:29 – Get to know you Weirdest pet peeve? Standing on a moving walkway FEATURED QUOTES I enjoy helping authors steward their message well. I was the kind of student who, in high school and college, enjoyed writing papers. The bigger your platform, the more accountability you need. CONNECT: https://www.katelynbeaty.com/ Thank you to our partners of the show! Are you looking to clean up your household cleaning products this year? MamaSuds would like to help! The best way is to simply start with one product. Every time you run out of a specific cleaning product, replace it with a non-toxic one. Another tip, purchase a product that has multiple uses. The MamaSuds Collection has many multiple use products (castile soap or the toilet bombs are just a few!). Their blog has lots of great tips and a castile soap recipe that you can print and make a lot of your own effective cleaners! Give them a try at www.mamasuds.com and don't forget to use the coupon code MOLLY for 15% off your order! I'd like to thank our other partner of the show and that's Tradlands. Tradlands is an INCREDIBLE sustainable fashion brand that believes in clothing that you can live in NOW and love forever. Clothing that not only makes you feel like your best self, but also fits in a way that flatters. Their gorgeous dresses, pants, tops, and more are designed to move with you throughout your busy days. Their Nico dress is my dress in a love language —not only does it have sleeves, but also POCKETS and you know how I feel about dresses with pockets. I love how comfortable and stylish each piece - and they come in colors like classic neutrals or vibrant hues. One of the things I love most about Tradlands is their focus on sustainability and creating small batch clothing that lasts… they never over produce what they make and focus on only the highest quality materials. And you know how much I love supporting small businesses, too. Check them out at https://tradlands.com/businesswithpurpose and use the code MOLLY20 for 20% off!

Infants on Thrones
Ep 814 – Recovering From Mormon Programming in the Weirdest Way Possible, Part One

Infants on Thrones

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022


What do you get when you mix a Mormon-formed mind with a bunch of other stuff and mash it up in the sausage grinder of imaginative creativity?   Fill out the Mindfulness Survey here Support the podcast on Patreon here Visit the Arcturian Playground here.

The Morning Toast
S5 Ep115: TNN: We'll Get You To 5 O'Clock: Friday, August 19th, 2022

The Morning Toast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 55:11 Very Popular


Jaclyn Hill: My Ex Jon's Untimely Death is the ‘Saddest, Weirdest, Thing' (Page Six) Amandla Stenberg Slams Critic Over ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies' Review (NY Post) Kylie Jenner Reveals She Almost Had This “K” Name (E! News) ‘Hannah Montana' Casting Director Reveals Which 2 Stars Almost Wore The Blonde Wig Over Miley Cyrus (People) College Student Makes $110M Trading Shares of Bed Beth & Beyond (NY Post) - New TNN Show: Good Guys with Josh & Ben The Morning Toast with Jackie (@JackieOshry) and Claudia Oshry (@girlwithnojob) NLOG Tickets Merch The Morning Toast Patreon Girl With No Job by Claudia Oshry (Book)

Toucher & Rich
Ms. Fluff's Weirdest Requests // “The Punt God” - 8/15 (Hour 3)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 42:05


(00:00) We're introduced to “Ms. Fluff” (18:52) Bills rookie Matt Araiza bashes a wildly impressive 82-yard punt during Buffalo's preseason win over the Colts   CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter: @Toucherandrich | @fredtoucher | @KenGriffeyRules Instagram: @Toucherandrichofficial | @fredtoucher Twitch: twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

View from the Cheap Seats with the Sklar Brothers
Michael Kosta and Lily Herman

View from the Cheap Seats with the Sklar Brothers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 57:18


Jason and Randy are joined by Michael Kosta and Lily Herman to talk Formula 1 racing! Quick hits: Weirdest face off ever, hang glider almost falls to their death, and Lewis Hamilton buys into the Broncos. To wrap, the guys get a voicemail from Mark Wahlberg. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories
Episode 53 -- "Weirdest Murder Motive Ever"

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 34:47 Very Popular


Today's podcast features two separate, unique stories that share a theme: crazy mysteries that were actually solved. The audio from these stories has been pulled from our YouTube channel, which is just called "MrBallen," and has been remastered for today's podcast.Story names, previews & links to original YouTube videos:Story 1 -- “Bat Man" -- A locked room mystery takes a bizarre turn (Original YouTube link -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4iNqoLQ-1E)Story 2 -- "The Weirdest Murder Motive Ever" -- A truly baffling crime on a college campus (Original YouTube link -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCIZ1mnWAHw)For 100s more stories like these, check out our YouTube channel just called "MrBallen" -- https://www.youtube.com/c/MrBallenIf you want to reach out to me, contact me on Instagram, Twitter or any other major social media platform, my username on all of them is @MrBallenSPOILERS BELOW THIS POINT:.....Main Sources:Story 1: Bat Man1) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walburga_Oesterreich2) https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/the-married-woman-who-kept-her-lover-in-the-attic3) https://allthatsinteresting.com/dolly-oesterreich4) https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1995-03-20-me-44878-story.html5) https://malefactorsregister.com/wp/the-man-in-the-attic/6) https://gizmodo.com/the-bizarre-case-of-the-unfaithful-wife-and-her-attic-17160706957) https://www.vintag.es/2016/06/the-strange-and-true-case-of-dolly.htmlStory 2: The Weirdest Murder Motive Ever1) https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/amzn1.dv.gti.46a9f716-fec5-da82-b6d2-27e589cc4fae?ref_=imdbref_tt_wbr_pvt_aiv&tag=imdbtag_tt_wbr_pvt_aiv-202) https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1992-05-13-vw-1584-story.html3) https://services.library.drexel.edu/static_files/triangle/Drexel-Triangle_1984-12-07.pdf4) https://listverse.com/2016/04/17/10-unhealthy-obsessions-that-turned-deadly/5) https://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/os-xpm-1993-07-03-9307030398-story.html6) http://truecrimediscussions.blogspot.com/2017/03/david-dickson.html7) https://mylifeofcrime.wordpress.com/2015/04/05/cold-case-foot-fetish-security-guard-david-william-dickson-killed-deborah-lynn-wilson-sentenced-to-life-in-prison/8) https://militaryjusticeforall.com/1984/11/30/army-recruiter-drexel-university-security-guard-david-dickson-murdered-student-deborah-wilson-stole-her-sneakers-sentenced-to-life-in-prison-1984/9) https://services.library.drexel.edu/static_files/triangle/Drexel-Triangle_1995-12-08.pdfSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Our Fake History
OFH Throwback- Episode #96- What is America's Weirdest Secret Society?

Our Fake History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 73:50 Very Popular


In this "throwback episode" we look back at episode #96. In the 1930's a famous California history professor thought he had discovered a long lost historical treasure. It was a brass plate apparently inscribed by the famous English adventurer Sir. Francis Drake. The plate was heralded as an amazing discovery, but it was actually an elaborate hoax orchestrated by an irreverent secret society. The group behind the hoax is known as E Clampus Vitus and it may be America's weirdest secret society. Tune in a find out how tin-can medallions, “widders”, and a Grand Noble Humbug all play a role in the story.

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
The Big Suey: Top 5 Weirdest Places In Miami

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 39:33 Very Popular


Le Batard, Stugotz and the crew discuss going to the DMV, Mike Ryan has his Top 5 Weirdest Places In Miami, and Ricky Williams breaks down the astrological chart of J Lo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices