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Best podcasts about youngsters

Latest podcast episodes about youngsters

Dark Horse Live!
Dark Horse Live E74 - with @ToddPMcCormick

Dark Horse Live!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 81:04


This might be the best episode we ever do! - I have a shit load of respect for @toddpmccormick as a true leader, legend, visionary, activist, og of the game, drug war veteran, and it's hard to tell what's bigger his brain or his balls. - Ever smoked joints on a flight from Amsterdam to Denver with a international med card? Todd has, better yet ever tried to declare 90 days worth of medical cannabis at US customs? Todd has, Ever debated the DEA on behalf of medical cannabis after treating your own cancer? Todd has, Ever went to prison for not cooperating with law enforcement? Lotta you say you wouldn't but really would if the screws were put to ya- Not Todd - just watch if you want your mind completely fucking blown. Youngsters school is in session #DarkHorseLive

Der Bewohnerfrei Podcast mit Tobias Beck
#735: Lass dich vom Leben mitreißen - Andrea Lindau

Der Bewohnerfrei Podcast mit Tobias Beck

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 57:32


In dieser Episode spricht Andrea Lindau über ihren Weg als Kind aus Georgien bis hin zu ihrem gemeinsamen Unternehmen mit Veit Lindau. Sie erzählt über ihre Erfahrungen als Hebamme und wie sie dann zu neuen Ufern als Mystikerin gelangt ist. Außerdem gibt sie spannende Einblicke in ihre Arbeit und wie sie das sich veränderte traditionelle Frauenbild in der Gesellschaft wahrnimmt. Hebamme, CEO der Life Trust Holding, Gründerin von homodea, Stiftungsrat der ichliebedich-Stiftung, Spiegelbestseller Autorin & Focus Bestseller. Andrea wird gern als die Seele des Unternehmens bezeichnet. Ihre Liebe zur Liebe inspiriert zutiefst und erinnert uns auch an den wildesten Arbeitstagen daran, was wirklich wesentlich ist. Für viele Frauen ist sie ein starkes Vorbild weiblicher Führungsqualitäten. Sie schreibt red talks und in ihren Texten schreibt sie über Leben. Frauen. Menschen. Mystik. Das Erwachen im Alltag. Das Credo ihres Lebens ist "ICH LIEBE DICH". Sie sagt, sie liebt Menschen & lebt für Potenzialentfaltung bei Kindern, Youngsters, Männern & Frauen. Mit dieser Power entzündet sie Menschen & "verführt" sie zu sich selbst, um mit der Kraft des scheinbar Unmöglichen in Verbindung zu kommen.   Mehr Informationen zu unserem Gast Andrea Lindau: Kostenloses Geschenk von Andrea für unsere Podcast-Zuhörer Erkunde homodea - Für Menschen, die das Spiel ihres Lebens wach, erfolgreich und zugleich lässig spielen wollen Webseite     Quick Links: Sichere Dir jetzt den 1. kostenfreien Monat zu dem Unbox Your Life Club von Tobias Beck und lass Dich täglich inspirieren. Hol dir jetzt Zugang zu deinem kostenlosen Persönlichkeitstest im Wert von 99€!   Social Media: Tobias Beck auf Facebook Tobias Beck auf Instagram Der Podcast auf YouTube

Official Man City Podcast
Youngsters shine in Carabao Cup | City in search of five in a row

Official Man City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 21:28


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LFC Daytrippers
Liverpool Depth Showing ? | The Midweek Fix

LFC Daytrippers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 83:20


#Milner #CarabaoCup #VAR Is the Liverpool depth showing?? Gav, Conroy, Joe and Chris look at loads of topics this week including the win over Norwich, The Youngsters in the squad, squad depth and the Liverpool machine that is James Milner... A look at VAR and its possible bias! Our NEW MERCH is available at our online store at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKX2COch01WLOK2ykJD11nA/store SELLING OUT ANFIELD FOR SIENNA!! Tickets are €1 and you can buy as many as you like! https://www.lfcdt.com/product-page/siennaanfield Support our Sienna Steps Campaign …. Her story and donation link are here https://lfcdt.com/sienna Every 1000 subs we achieve we will donate €100 to the Sienna Fund! Subscribe, Like, Hit the bell icon and never miss another show from the worlds biggest, 100% free LFC Podcast. ** All views on the show are those of the individual and do not represent those of the LFC Daytrippers ** Discord http://discord.gg/QvH6tzu4tq Spotify https://spoti.fi/3f8PVPG Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/lfcdaytrippers Apple pods https://apple.co/3cchQvY Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/TheLFCDaytrippers Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lfcdaytrippers/ Newsletter https://www.getrevue.co/profile/LFCDaytrippers Don't forget to subscribe or follow, leave reviews if possible and turn notifications on!!! liverpool depth showing,Liverpool Squad Depth,Milner Liverpool,VAR bias,liverpool fc,lfc,liverpool,Anfield,kop,Jurgen klopp,100% free content,football,soccer,premier league,champions league,giveaways,competitions,live chat,champions,anfield road expansion,james milner liverpool legend LFC - Liverpool FC - YNWA - LFC Family - Premier League - EPL - Klopp - Transfer News - Redmen News and Chat - Match Preview - Live Updates - Match Predictions - Match Reaction - Football - Soccer - Football Debate - Passion - Opinion - Laughter - Free Content - Competitions - Giveaways - Podcast - Unfiltered - LFC Daytrippers - Champions League - Football Daily - Euro Football Daily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast
Blood Red: Super Salah sends Liverpool top as Carabao Cup opportunity calls for youngsters

Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 43:13


Liverpool are joint-top of the Premier League table after they beat Crystal Palace 3-0 at the weekend, with Ibrahima Konate making his Reds debut and Sadio Mane setting a new goalscoring record. Ian Doyle, Theo Squires and Dan Kay join host Matt Addison to dissect the game and all of the talking points, before the panel move on to discuss the midweek trip to Norwich City in the EFL Cup. After looking back on Pep Lijnders' pre-match press conference, our writers pick their teams for the cup fixture and make their match predictions. Enjoy.Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/

The Breakdown Poker Podcast with The Poker Guys
Did The Youngster Landon Tice Just Outplay Kristen Bicknell?

The Breakdown Poker Podcast with The Poker Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 62:20


Landon Tice is an up and comer in the poker world. Does he have the chops to take on one of the best in the world? The guys break down a big hand between Tice and Kristen Bicknell. FLOP:6hKs9h TURN:8c RIVER: 8d Tice:Ah8h Bicknell:Kd10h For access to exclusive Poker Guys freerolls and other tournaments on Nitrogen Sports Poker Room, use this link to sign up: www.nitrogensports.eu/r/632610 ***Our Book is NOW AVAILABLE! Get "How Can He Fold???" here: www.thepokerguys.net

Das Sporttagebuch
US Open Youngsters

Das Sporttagebuch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 4:45


Das Sporttagebuch mit Michael Knöppel - 10. September 2021

6 Minute English
Is technology harmful to youngsters?

6 Minute English

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 6:18


Can spending hours online affect the new generation's mental health?

A Way with Words — language, linguistics, and callers from all over
Today I Learned (#1578, 2021 Fall Pledge Show) - 6 September 2021

A Way with Words — language, linguistics, and callers from all over

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 23:27


Youngsters want to know: What's the difference between barely and nearly, and what's so clean about a whistle, anyway? Plus, adults recount some misunderstandings from when they were knee-high to a grasshopper. Kids do come up with some surprisingly creative interpretations of words and phrases the rest of us take for granted! Read full show notes, hear hundreds of free episodes, send your thoughts and questions, and learn more on the A Way with Words website: https://waywordradio.org/contact. Be a part of the show: call 1 (877) 929-9673 toll-free in the United States and Canada; worldwide, call or text/SMS +1 (619) 800-4443. Email words@waywordradio.org. Twitter @wayword. Copyright Wayword, Inc., a 501(c)(3) corporation.

OTB Football
OTB Football Saturday | ROI chat; Anthony Barry role; youngster positives

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 50:17


Johnny Ward, Dan McDonnell and Stuey Byrne joined John Duggan for OTB Football Saturday this afternoon. We reflected on the positives from the Portugal defeat, discussed Stephen Kenny, and also Anthony Barry's crucial backroom role.

GAA on Off The Ball
O'SHEA: 'I was expecting Tyrone to win' | Mayo's impressive youngsters | Watching football as a fan

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 15:49


Former Mayo footballer Seamie O'Shea joined Eoin Sheahan on Friday's OTB AM to preview this year's All-Ireland football final between Mayo and Tyrone. #OTBAM is live weekday mornings from 7:30am across Off The Ball, in association with Gillette | #BestFaceForward Catch up on the latest sports stories on Monday morning with OTB AM. OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball – live weekday mornings from 7:30-10:00 am across the OTB channels. You can subscribe to the OTB AM podcast wherever you get your podcasts across the OTB Podcast Network. via iTunes via ">Spotify via GoLoud

Players4life
Imaginative effect of hot wheels on youngsters

Players4life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 4:36


Regardless of whether they're our kids or those of friends and family, large numbers of us don't think to consider the job of play in youngsters' lives. Toys are such an integral part of childhood and are a force to be reckoned with. Assuming that the time spent on playing with toys is a waste, is nothing but foolish. Hot Wheels are one such toy that has a huge advantage over children's capacities. Hot Wheels was presented on the lookout, on May 18, 1968, by Mattle. Ever since its launch in the market, it has won over the hearts of hundreds. Let's look at the historical background of hot wheels, and why it is relevant to kid's capacities. Hot Wheels were made by Elliot Handler, the husband of the famous Barbie doll proprietor, Ruth Handler. It had an essential contest in the market, the organization ' Matchbox', however, it soon possessed the seat of the advertising industry. In 1997, with the extraordinary great success of hot wheels, Mattle purchased the Tyco Toys organization, which was the previous proprietor of Matchbox. This is how hot wheels ousted the opposition on the lookout and arrived at the highest point of its game. This gives a lesson to youthful minds, that regardless of how extreme things get, or how impossible they start to look, never abandon your dreams. At some point, earnestly, you will arrive at the pinnacle of success. Despite initially being a simple toy for youngsters, today hot wheels have established themselves as an exclusive assortment. It is important to acknowledge the several extensive benefits that hot wheels have over the creative powers of children. Certain benefits of youngsters playing with hot wheels are as follows: ● Augmentation of imagination: Stacking of ramps, customizing their cars, and so on are completely connected with upgrading the innovativeness aspect of a kid. From accepting that the tracks are simple orange and blue blocks, to sorting out how they work, is a tremendous task. It also gives the youngster the space to investigate their innovativeness and inventive powers to the greatest potential. It is very important in today's world, especially when children have lost touch with the outside world owing to the pandemic. ● Amplification of social skills: Communication is critical when playing with a gathering of individuals. While dashing through a car is fun, engaging in different activities with toy cars trading ideas helps the youthful buds acknowledge there is a diversity of perspectives and propositions. The manner in which they approach a situation may not be the same as what others do. It gives them a sense of acknowledgment and insight over such situations. It is exceptionally relevant in today's world, where diversity is such a welcoming topic. ● Magnification of knowledge: Being engrossed in the game, and having a curiosity behind it is connected with the advancement of higher IQ levels. When a youngster is made to play with toy cars, his entire energy and brain are invested by the way it functions and why it works the manner in which it does. This helps with the improvement of deduction skills as indeed, which continuously leads to a better intellectual turn of events. ● Intensification of problem-solving skills: The structure and tumbling off-ramps require a great deal of perseverance and tolerance. While perusing the instructions and building the structures, the youthful minds get familiar with how to move toward an issue and solve it carefully. This otherwise would not be a possible factor for such a young age. Hence problem-solving skills prevail in youngsters with Hotwheels.

JetNation Radio - New York Jets Talk.
Wilson Impressive in Debut Versus Giants; Other Youngsters Impress

JetNation Radio - New York Jets Talk.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 44:00


On this week's episode of JetNation Radio, Glenn is flying solo and looks to discuss Zach Wilson's NFL debut against the Giants along with a list of other players who stood out for good or bad.  Who stood out on offense and defense?  Is the foundation in place for a strong future?  We'll also discuss the sudden retirement of Alex Lewis and injures to Cam Clark and Micheal Dwumfour. JetNation Radio would like to thank our sponsor Mile Social.  For help with managing all of the social media needs for your business, go to Milesocial.com to see what Mile can do for you.

Sporting Limerick
Dan Morrissey All Ireland Finals growing up and his favourite player as a youngster

Sporting Limerick

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 6:06


Get your tickets ONLY €20! www.winakuga.ie Dan Morrissey All Ireland Finals growing up and his favourite player as a youngster "I remember Dan Shanahan of Waterford always being a big one (favourite) of mine, I just loved the way he played the game"

Vover Sports
Breanna Stewart Goes from Gold to Motherhood & Knicks' Youngsters Ball Out at Summer League | Open Gym w/ Ben Lyons

Vover Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 2:39


Vover Hoops Insider, Ben Lyons, shows love to Olympic gold medalist and more importantly, new mom, Breanna Stewart and then takes a look at the development of second-year Knicks youngsters, Obi Toppin and Immanuel Quickley.Host: Ben LyonsVoice your thoughts on this episode by downloading the Vover app here!

Locked On Suns - Daily Podcast On The Phoenix Suns
Elfrid Payton Joins the Suns Plus Could Ty-Shon Alexander Be the Suns' Breakout Youngster?

Locked On Suns - Daily Podcast On The Phoenix Suns

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 65:39


Brendon Kleen (@BrendonKleen14) breaks down the positives and negatives of Elfrid Payton returning to the Suns after a short stint in 2018, and why all Payton has to do is be an improvement over the aging E'Twaun Moore to be worth it for the Suns. Then, a look at Ty-Shon Alexander's Summer League so far and whether he could earn regular season minutes for the Suns this season. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Angels - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Angels
A doubleheader split and banter about the Angels youngsters

Locked On Angels - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Angels

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 25:07


On Wednesday's episode, we break down the Angels doubleheader split against the Toronto Blue Jays Tuesday and then talk about the performances from some young Angels players (Jo Adell, Brandon Marsh, José Suárez, and Chris Rodriguez. -You can follow Brent on Twitter at @bmags94, the podcast at @LockedOnAngels, and Brent's written work at Crashing the Pearly Gates Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tamil Language Podcast in Rathinavani90.8, Rathinam College Community Radio, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.
Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio | Young Warriors | Episode 2 | Vaccination and Its Importance | Youngster Logesh Hip Hop Song | Rathinam International Public School Students Talk

Tamil Language Podcast in Rathinavani90.8, Rathinam College Community Radio, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 30:11


Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio | Young Warriors | Episode 2 | Vaccination and Its Importance | Rathinam Student Youngster Logesh Hip Hop Song | Rathinam International Public School Students Talk | Doc's Special Talk

Behind the Steel Curtain: for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
BTSC Steelers Post-Game Show, Part 1: Steelers youngsters chase fame in 16-3 HOF Game win

Behind the Steel Curtain: for Pittsburgh Steelers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 29:42


The Steelers finally returned to preseason action for the first time in nearly two years when they met up with the Dallas Cowboys in Canton for the Hall of Fame Game. With most of the team's superstars not active, many players were on display fighting for their football lives. In the end, Mike Tomlin's men scored a victory and gained valuable playing time. Jeff Hartman, Dave Schofield and Bryan Anthony Davis break down the game like no one else does on the latest podcast, The Steelers Post-Game Show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Behind the Steel Curtain: for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
BTSC Steelers Post-Game Show, Part 2: Steelers youngsters chase fame in 16-3 HOF Game win

Behind the Steel Curtain: for Pittsburgh Steelers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 30:35


The Steelers finally returned to preseason action for the first time in nearly two years when they met up with the Dallas Cowboys in Canton for the Hall of Fame Game. With most of the team's superstars not active, many players were on display fighting for their football lives. In the end, Mike Tomlin's men scored a victory and gained valuable playing time. Jeff Hartman, Dave Schofield and Bryan Anthony Davis break down the game like no one else does on the latest podcast, The Steelers Post-Game Show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

#BeyondHAE Youth Produced Podcast
#BeyondHAE: Living #BeyondHAE with the HAEi Youngsters (Nanna, Erini, Isabel, and Nevena)

#BeyondHAE Youth Produced Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 19:49


We are excited to welcome members from the HAE International Youngsters community as the hosts for this episode. Nanna, Erini, Isabel, and Nevena represent countries from all corners of the world as they talk about what it means to them to live #BeyondHAE. As you listen to this episode we ask that you reflect on your own story and what it means to you to live your life #BeyondHAE. This youth produced podcast is brought to you thanks to the support of the Hereditary Angioedema Association, a patient advocacy organization serving the needs of the HAE patient and caregiver community. To learn more about the HAEA and access our incredible support network, visit, www.haea.org. Thank you to our sponsors BioCryst and Takeda.

The Dan John Podcast
EP 102 - Dialectical Thinking, Sports of Youngsters, First Pull Up, and More

The Dan John Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 46:34


0:00 - Intro8:12 - Dialectical Thinking14:12 - Multiple Sports for 9 Year Old18:43 - Staying on a Program too Long22:02 - First Pull Up23:40 - Only Rucking for Fat Loss27:22 - The Week Before The Meet32:28 - Hotel Training36:48 - Is Real Yoga Good?41:15 - In Season Traininghttps://www.patreon.com/coachdanjohnEnjoy!---Have a question? Send it to podcast@danjohnuniversity.com[Dan John University](https://www.danjohnuniversity.com)

Round Table China
Manned spaceflight captures imagination of Chinese youngsters

Round Table China

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 52:34


The boundless mysteries of space have captured the imagination of the Chinese public like never before. Our listeners talk to us about the wonders and marvels of space exploration. / Are mobile games for girls making less money than those for boys? / Motivational Monday

Sarcasm City Podcast
WHO IS THE BEST ENGLISH YOUNGSTER IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE? - AGENDA FC

Sarcasm City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 155:27


WHO IS THE BEST ENGLISH YOUNGSTER IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE? - AGENDA FC by Sarcasm City TV

ClubCall Newcastle United F.C.
Newcastle United - Jul 22 at 15:57

ClubCall Newcastle United F.C.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 3:11


Newcastle in Phillips chase / Lemina close to signing / Youngster hoping to make step up

Global 3000: The Globalization Program
Indonesia: A youngster dreaming of soccer glory

Global 3000: The Globalization Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 1:59


Galang Rajendra Rabbani is a twelve-year-old from Indonesia who dreams of being a soccer star. He also wishes there was less traffic, and that the world was kinder to children.

Mandy Connell
07-14-21 The Question of the Week and Why don't Youngsters Tip

Mandy Connell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 106:36


The Leading Voices in Food
E134: How Big Data is Fueling Youth Obesity

The Leading Voices in Food

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 17:05


America's children and teenagers spend tremendous amount of time on the internet and never more than during the Coronavirus pandemic, with families at home so much, people ordered food, got news and engaged with family and friends online. Youngsters whose schools closed, relied on YouTube for educational videos, attended virtual classes on Zoom and to Google Classroom and flocked to TikTok, Snapchat and Instagram for entertainment and social interaction. This cost of digital immersion has a serious health downside however, because the nation's youth have been exposed to a steady flow of marketing for fast foods, soft drinks, and other unhealthy products. Today we'll be discussing a new report from the Center For Digital Democracy entitled, "Big Food, Big Tech, and the Global Childhood Obesity Pandemic."     Interview Summary   Our guests today are Jeff Chester, Executive Director of the Center for Digital Democracy and Senior Strategist Kathryn Montgomery, both are dogged and their work on this topic and in my mind are true pioneers.   So Jeff let's begin with you, before we dig into the nuts and bolts of the report could you explain to our listeners the role that data play in online food and beverage marketing? What kinds of data are the companies collecting and how?   Well today you no longer can separate marketing and advertising from data, data collection, data analytics, and data use, whether you're online doing any of the activities you just mentioned that kids were doing during the pandemic, where you go to the grocery store and use your loyalty card, go to the gas station, even pass a billboard, data about you is increasingly being collected, everything you do, everywhere you go, and not only you, what your family does and what your friends do and what your community does. All that is now collected and harvested. So personalized advertising can be delivered to you regardless of where you are and what you're doing. And food and beverage companies have been in the forefront taking advantage of all this data to push very unhealthy food marketing to children and teens.   So Jeff you painted this picture of a lot of data being collected of a lot of people and so I'm assuming this applies to children as well as teenagers when they're visiting the internet - that their data are being harvested and that gets used to market things specifically to them. So is that correct?   It works in a number of ways, even though there is a children's privacy law that supposedly limits the amount of data that can be collected on children under 13. In fact, companies collect huge amounts of data, they violate the law on children, and certainly teens are easily accessible by the data companies, but it's not just personal data, it's data about their families. So for example, the companies now know what mom and dad buy at the grocery store or the commercials even that the kids watch at home for example, when they're viewing streaming video or just regular television, so all that data is compiled. Let's talk about family data in addition to personal children's data, that's used to target advertising to them. What's important in the report is that today the food and beverage companies have become kind of Google's and Facebook's, the food and beverage companies are now leading data companies as well, which illustrates how much they value and understand the role that data plays in targeting audiences today, not just the United States, but throughout the world.   It's a very concerning picture, especially given that there is a law meant to protect this population that's being violated. So we'll come back a little bit later and talk about what might be done, but Kathy, how has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the way children and teens are being exposed to this food and beverage advertised in the digital world?   First of all, we know that children are already online in huge numbers, and that they're living their lives in this digital environment, they're conducting their friendships, they're interacting with people all over the world, using their mobile phones constantly, they are already in this digital ecosystem, as the industry likes to call it, 24/7. With the pandemic that was intensified, these young people were in greater numbers for a multiplicity of purposes. So they were perfect targets. They were in the crosshairs of the food industry and the tech industry constantly. And particularly for black and brown kids, this raises a lot of serious issues. And we also see some important intersections between the COVID-19 pandemic and the obesity pandemic, which is really one reason why we wrote this report. We wanted to have people understand how these two global pandemics are connected and that many of the young people who have been most at risk for COVID-19 have been those who suffer from childhood obesity and the related illnesses to that condition like diabetes, etc. These young people suffered from COVID and were more inclined to be very sick and sometimes die from it in greater numbers than other young people. And then at the same time, we have this huge pandemic of obesity that unfortunately in the US has fallen off of the public radar. That's another reason why we wanted to raise this issue and let people know about it. But in terms of black and brown youth, they are really in the cross hairs of the food industry. They are more avid users of digital media, they're on the gaming platforms in greater numbers, they're fully immersed and they're trendsetters for other young people. And the food companies have enlisted some of the icons of pop culture from these communities to promote some of the unhealthiest food you can imagine from fast food to sugar sweetened beverages and to do it through games, mobile technologies, every possible digital venue.   Let's talk just a little bit more about that if you wouldn't mind Kathy. So one might think that on the internet kids are just gonna be seeing the ads that they would have seen if they were watching TV, it would be similar things, they'd be seeing the sugar beverage company advertising its products with some athlete or some music celebrity or something, but you're painting a picture that's a little more serious than that. There are clever things that are done, it comes in different forms on the internet that can be especially hard to note as advertising, tell us a little bit more about that.   Kathryn - For a lot of people who as you say might have an understanding of commercials on television which we all can see and we can all get outraged about, but it doesn't work that way on the internet. The brands are really woven intricately into the inner relationships that young people have with digital culture. In gaming for example, you see brands woven into the so-called game play. It's done in a way that is personalized to each game player. They can crop up in the middle of a particular part of the game, they can be offered as rewards or ways to enhance your character's ability to fight a battle for example, or in some cases like with one of the Wendy's campaigns, they've created entire games based on character, so that's one example. And the other thing is that there's a lot of influencer marketing in this environment where influencers on social media will promote our brand to all their followers. And it doesn't look like advertising. It looks like recommendations, and it may be even more subtle than that.   Jeff - And unlike the commercials that many of us have grown up with, digital advertising is different, first place it learns about you. It learns what you like, what you do, how you respond, and it's able to change increasingly in real time. So for example, an ad or marketing message that you might view on your mobile phone is going to look different. It's going to be enhanced, adapted in some way. When you see the same ad, when you're on a gaming platform or a streaming video platform, these ads are increasingly personalized. And the ability to constantly track you wherever you go and use that data to create very relevant, engaging real-time advertising, which of course has been tested, measuring whether or not it triggers your unconscious and emotional spheres is one of the reasons why this powerful medium needs to be regulated.   So Jeff, the issue of marketing targeted this specific groups came up earlier, does that happen in this context?   Digital advertising works on an individual basis, on a group basis, the ability to leverage all the data that's collected today, and the fact that we live our lives in the pandemic enhanced that, on these digital platforms, enables the advertisers and marketers to create vast numbers of targeting categories. And also to understand that even if you don't buy, let's say junk food product X, that because of the habits of others who may have the same interest as you, but who do buy a junk product X, you're a potential target. And then they can then focus on you, even if you've never shown any interest in this particular food product. So there's just a growing number of ways to leverage data, to push unhealthy products, to young people that we've ever witnessed.   So I'm imagining that both the sheer amount of such marketing is of great concern, but also the fact that it's so precisely targeted and data are being used so effectively in this context probably gives the company as much more punch for every dollar they spend or every minute they have of your attention. So this is especially concerning. So Kathryn, what can be done to limit children's exposure to this type of marketing in the online world. And does the report make any specific recommendations in this regard?   We made a number of recommendations and we were so disheartened when we started this research that so little had been done recently, this was an issue that was discussed much more publicly. And a lot of us were involved in these efforts, not that many years ago where the concern about childhood obesity was really on the public agenda and companies were under some pressure to report to the Federal Trade Commission, for example, on how they were spending money to advertise to young people, and that has not happened in recent years. Interestingly, a lot of that has happened overseas. So in the EU countries, in the EU, generally in the UK and Latin America, there are stronger rules. And this issue is very much on the agenda. These are also global companies. So one of the things we've done in this report is to inform people about what's going on globally and to see how we need to look at U.S. policy in the context of global trends and the rising concerns in other countries about this issue. We have a long list of things that we recommend to policymakers and to companies. We think that the tech companies, for example, have some responsibilities and they've not stepped up to the plate on these issues. They play a major role here in the way they set up systems to facilitate and enhance this kind of marketing in the same way they did with the election. And what we learned from controversies over the Cambridge Analytica scandal, for example, so companies can do things to restrict what marketers can do on their site. So for example, we're very concerned that we need to do more to protect adolescents. They're very vulnerable to this kind of marketing. They're very much influenced by their peers. They have other kinds of vulnerabilities that make them particularly susceptible to the techniques that are used by digital marketers. We also believe that we need to look very closely at setting some clear standardized guidelines for what unhealthy food and beverages are. And I'll tell you everything we found in our report was unhealthy, whether it's the soft drinks or the French fries or the candies or the energy drinks that are commonly promoted aggressively on gaming platforms for example, we need to have clear guidelines about what can and can't be promoted. And we also need to focus on brands because if you restrict a certain product, but you don't restrict the brand, research has shown this causes young people to increase their consumption of unhealthy food. We list a whole bunch of techniques that are unfair and manipulative that needs to be addressed, particularly targeting black and brown youth. There needs to be a really clear focus on ensuring that is stopped.   So I'd like to ask Jeff in just a moment about some more of the policy implications for this and what might be feasible and effective in the context of what government can do. But Kathy, let me ask you one additional question. I know the food industry has for a number of years said, government doesn't need to regulate us because we'll regulate ourselves and they set up the children's food and beverage advertising initiative, which was an industry sponsored organization that was supposed to protect children from the marketing of unhealthy food, what happened to that? And why isn't that enough?   Kathryn - First of all they made sure that they only set up self-regulatory guidelines that applied to children under 12, not even 12 and under. So they've done nothing about adolescents at all. And they've been adamant about not wanting to do anything in terms of protecting adolescents. Most of the provisions focus on television, a few deal with digital, but not in a really adequate way. And generally what we see is there's no enforcement, there's no oversight. So you look at the techniques, you'll see that really these marketers are getting away with murder.   Jeff - And that's why the public health community and people who are concerned about public health and especially obesity need to start focusing on the food and beverage companies, as well as the platforms like Google and Facebook and take that snapshot because they are responsible for unleashing all these techniques, which we catalog. And until the industry feels the pressure, hopefully from regulators, these self-regulatory regimes will not in fact respond. What we found is not a secret. This is all known. And yet the people who were supposed to protect our nation's youth from this unhealthy group marketing simply have their heads purposely stuck in the digital sand.   So Jeff, are you any more optimistic that the social media platforms will have more effective self-regulation than the food companies do?   We're moving to a period of regulation, I think that the days of self-regulation are over, we have an unprecedented opportunity with the Federal Trade Commission now. President Biden has appointed someone who might be the most progressive champion of consumers and children and public health that we've had in decades. Her name is Lina Khan from Columbia University. She just took over a few weeks ago and we're seeing really a major overhaul. Now the Federal Trade Commission, which has the power to examine the data practices and the marketing practices, especially when it comes to the children and young people. We have a real opportunity to have the FTC act In this regard, in Congress, there is bipartisan interest to strengthen the rules that protect both young people and teens from a number of these data collection practices, which would have a direct impact on the ability of the companies to advertise and market junk food to them. And we're very helpful, right now we're on a path to try to reign in the power of big food and big tech, but it's certainly going to be an uphill battle. Too few people understand that the battlefield to protect young people's health in terms of obesity is really online.   It's nice to hear your optimism, that the FTC is one possible avenue for change. Are there other policy routes that might be effective? For example, can the states do anything on this level?   You are absolutely correct Kelly that the state attorney generals are taking a leading position in trying to break up Facebook and Google and Amazon really can and should play a role. The state of Ohio attorney general, a Republican has proposed that Google in essence, be declared a public utility, which would allow all kinds of regulation in state to protect the consumers, to protect the public. So, yes, there's also opportunities at the state level and even perhaps at the municipal level, in terms of the regulation of broadband, for example, or wireless communications, question is, is there enough capacity and interest and frankly support within the public health advocacy and professional scholarly community to start doing some of these things, because there's really just only a tiny handful of organizations working on this. And it's still frankly, very under appreciated.   Bios: Jeff Chester is Executive Director of the Center for Digital Democracy (CDD), a Washington, DC non-profit organization. CDD is one of the leading U.S. NGOs advocating for citizens, consumers and other stakeholders on digital privacy and consumer protections online. Founded in 1991, CDD (then known as the Center for Media Education) led the campaign for the enactment of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA, 1998). During the 1990s it also played a prominent role in such issues as open access/network neutrality, diversity of media ownership, public interest policies for children and television, as well the development of the FCC's “E-Rate” funding to ensure that schools and libraries had the resources to offer Internet services. A former investigative reporter, filmmaker and Jungian-oriented psychotherapist, Jeff Chester received his M.S.W. in Community Mental Health from U.C. Berkeley.   Kathryn Montgomery is Professor Emerita in the School of Communication at American University, where she founded and directed the 3-year interdisciplinary PhD program in Communication.  She is also Senior Strategist for the Center for Digital Democracy (CDD). Montgomery's research, writing, and testimony have helped frame the national public policy debate on a range of critical media issues.  In the 90s, she spearheaded the campaign that led to passage of the U.S. Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). She is author of two books: Target: Prime Time – Advocacy Groups and the Struggle over Entertainment Television (Oxford University Press, 1989); and Generation Digital: Politics, Commerce, and Childhood in the Age of the Internet (MIT Press, 2007). Montgomery's current research focuses on major technology, economic, and policy trends shaping the future of digital media in the Big Data era.  Her recent work includes numerous reports and articles on digital food marketing, children's privacy, health wearables, and political microtargeting. She earned a PhD in Film and Television Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Showtime Boxing with Raskin & Mulvaney.
EPISODE 149: COLBERT-NYAMBAYAR; CHRIS COLBERT INTERVIEW; TOP5 OLDIES BEATING YOUNGSTERS

Showtime Boxing with Raskin & Mulvaney.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 55:23


Kieran and Eric talk to Chris "Prime Time" Colbert and break down his Saturday night win over Tugstogt Nyambayar. Plus the latest news on Donaire-Casimero and Pacquiao-Spence, and Kieran provides his list of the Top 5 times an old legend defeated a favored, young lion.

People Helping People
Youngster.co's Tony Rothacker Builds Bridges Between Generations

People Helping People

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 28:45


Tony Rothacker spoke about keeping open communication, and discussed building mutual benefit into a social enterprise. He is the co-founder at Youngster.co, which provides job opportunities to youth and empowers elders to use technology better. Youth assist elders with learning new technology they may need to interact with the world, or programs they may need help to use in daily life. Both sides of the connection, youth and elders, benefit from the intergenerational service as the initiative addresses common issues on the respective sides. Opportunities arise from the youth and elders connecting, which is a bonus to the impact of the initiative itself. Young people get paid upfront to help seniors with technology. Tony shared that most youth don't need any particular training, since the youth grew up with the technology. Elders, however, grew up in a different time. They may not be familiar with the latest technology, but they can teach youth what they learned about life. Tony observed that the initiative helps elders who typically deal with isolation have more personal interactions, and youth have a chance to practice patience when explaining technology. In the beginning, Youngster.co faced a moment that depended on how they could respond to the situation. Tony shared that the initiative started right before the COVID-19. Like many other companies, Youngster.co transitioned online to keep their business alive. Tony expressed how they found success in the online model, and the angle the initiative discovered to boost their mission. After finding a good flow, the initiative could depend on their reputation to serve more youth and elders. Tony explained that the power of word of mouth made connecting with a larger audience more easy for the team. At first, good service and a good experience kept people coming back. Tony emphasized that this dedication to good service and good experience led to getting referrals. For the youth, a bonus pay incentive encourages the youth to keep up good service and continue participating in the initiative. Tony shared thoughts on calculating the before and after impacts created by the team's efforts. Youngster.co is working with an impact tool that measures social value called Australia Social Value Bank. Tony expressed what he pays attention to when considering the impact that's happening. Ultimately, he suggested that one way to find a perspective on social impact is to ask the question: “What is our social return on investment?” Tony began sharing his story of being introduced to social enterprise and taking on that journey to merge social impact with business. His connection to social impact goes back in his own life, like when he experienced times of having a disproportionate need for resources. While discussing all this impact, Tony shifted the topic to the meaning of life. He expressed his feelings about powerful and meaningful connections. Through work with Youngster.co, Tony is able to contribute those connections to the world, and also bridge the gap between generations. If you would like to learn more, you can visit their website, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Read Full Transcript Adam: [00:00:00] Welcome to People Helping People, the podcast to inspire greater social change and give you ideas on how to take action. I'm your host, Adam Morris. Today, we are sitting down with Tony Rothacker, co-founder at youngster.co, a platform, providing job opportunities to youth and empowering elders to use technology better, bridging the gap between generations. I'm excited to explore conversations around providing employment to youth and how we can leverage inherent talents from any age. So Tony, welcome on the podcast. Tony: [00:00:29] I'm glad to be here. Thank you for inviting me Adam. Adam: [00:00:32] Yeah, I'm really excited. Can we start off, can you tell us a little bit about the journey that led to youngster.co ? Tony: [00:00:38] Um,

Pick Six NFL Podcast
Top 10 Wide Receivers in the NFL: Julio Jones omitted while youngsters dominate the list (Football 6/24)

Pick Six NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 43:18


The rankings continue here on the Pick Six podcast and at CBS Sports. We'll be going position-by-position and ranking the Top 10 across the league: This episode is all about the wide receivers as Jared Dubin joins Will Brinson to break down his list.  'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  You can listen to Pick Six on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast." Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod, @willbrinson, @ryanwilsonCBS, @johnbreech, @E_DeBerardinis Visit the Pick Six YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/picksix Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Read the Pick Six newsletter here: https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/picksix/ Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Airplane Geeks Podcast
658 Helping Youngsters in Aviation

Airplane Geeks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 89:03


Helping youngsters in aviation, just one pilot on flight deck, A350 freighter, growing travel demand, new Air Force One plane delay, KC-Y bridge tanker, open rotor engine.

The Hard Ball Gets AFL Show
TWO MINUTE WARNING!!! West Coast's epic win, Freo youngsters stand tall

The Hard Ball Gets AFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 60:04


Xavier Ellis, footy reporter Ryan Daniels and The West's sports editor Nick Rynne put two minutes on the clock for every team. Every team gets two minutes on the clock, from Freo's youngsters standing tall, to some unbelievable finishes, to your questions and a look at West Coast's win last night. Follow the show on Instagram and Twitter @hardballgetsafl and hit up the hosts on Twitter @XaviEllis18, @NickRynne & @FootyRhino. Submit your questions to the HARD BALL GETS Insta. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
06/11/2021 - Hour 2 - Trae Young and Donovan Mitchell Have Been the Most Impressive Youngsters So Far

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2021 44:29


Chris and Rob debate which young star has been the most impressive thus far in the NBA Playoffs (Chris has Donovan Mitchell and Rob has Trae Young), and the Odd Couple Crew debate Rob's flying etiquette in this week's edition of What's My Beef?. Plus, JR Gamble from MLBBro.com checks him to help address the biggest stories of the week in baseball in Foul or Fair. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Long May You Young 51: Greendale

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 75:36


It's the crazy season, Youngsters! Luke's hundreds of kids are all in the playoffs, Town Meeting is back up and booking summer shows like crazy, Mike is on the radio constantly and hunting Italian grinders in his downtime. What we're trying to say is, the pandemic it seems is coming to an end (Hallelujah!), and our lives are starting to explode again! So apologies in advance for the next few episodes - they may be scattered or short, but we will stay the course! And hopefully by the end of the month we'll have our schedules ironed out a little better. But that's neither here nor there. What's important is that we talk about Neil Young. And specifically the gem that is Prairie Wind! Although we don't get to all of it, we do cover some important topics: Neil's father passing, the discovery of an aneurysm, name dropping Chris Rock, etc. Unfortunately this episode gets cut short (Luke's fault), but we vow to finish it ASAP! Next episode look for the conclusion of Prairie Wind and possibly a little Heart of Gold as well. We appreciate you bearing with us! See you next time, Youngsters. PantheonPodcasts.com for other great music themed shows. Longmayyouyoungpodcast.com for merch, blogs and more goodies.

Long May You Young
52. Prairie Wind (Part 1)

Long May You Young

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 75:36


It's the crazy season, Youngsters! Luke's hundreds of kids are all in the playoffs, Town Meeting is back up and booking summer shows like crazy, Mike is on the radio constantly and hunting Italian grinders in his downtime. What we're trying to say is, the pandemic it seems is coming to an end (Hallelujah!), and our lives are starting to explode again! So apologies in advance for the next few episodes - they may be scattered or short, but we will stay the course! And hopefully by the end of the month we'll have our schedules ironed out a little better. But that's neither here nor there. What's important is that we talk about Neil Young. And specifically the gem that is Prairie Wind! Although we don't get to all of it, we do cover some important topics: Neil's father passing, the discovery of an aneurysm, name dropping Chris Rock, etc. Unfortunately this episode gets cut short (Luke's fault), but we vow to finish it ASAP! Next episode look for the conclusion of Prairie Wind and possibly a little Heart of Gold as well. We appreciate you bearing with us! See you next time, Youngsters. PantheonPodcasts.com for other great music themed shows. Longmayyouyoungpodcast.com for merch, blogs and more goodies.

AFL Exchange
Where to for Carlton, Pies youngsters & is the top-eight decided?

AFL Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 46:06


On this week's episode: Who wins this week: Port Adelaide or Geelong?Is the top-eight decided?How should Carlton approach the trade and draft period?Rising Star announcementThings that should happenWhich mid-season draftee will we see first?Are the Magpies youngsters showing you enough to be excited?Should marquee fixtures be shared around Australia more often?Exchange ExchangeListener question - Who earns the bigger contract – Darcy Parish or Zach Merrett?FeedbackFind more at Instagram & Twitter @AFLExchange

Breaking Trail
Ryan Egan: Keeping Up with the Youngsters with Joint Mobility

Breaking Trail

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 42:08


Ryan Egan started Movement Gym, well, if we’re being honest, as a Plan B. His original plan was to be a pro snowboarder but that didn’t go well for him in many ways. And now, after years of beating and battering his body, he helps you, me and everyone, keep your body in shape so you can keep going out and doing adventures and share connection with your kids, grandkids, younger friends with a focus on joint mobility. We’re going to talk about how life led him here; about the importance of surrounding yourself with the right people; and that it’s ok to help yourself before helping others. Then we geek out on joint mobility. How it affects your life, your body, how to detect it, what to do about it. So with that, let’s listen in and gear up for what’s next. Where to find Ryan and other links: Movementgym.com Kinstretch Online Membership Instagram BEFORE YOU LEAVE - If you are enjoying the shows, I hope you’ll subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends!   About Lisa Gerber: Lisa advises CEOs and senior-level management on how to use the power of storytelling and effective communication to influence action and bring ideas to life.   She guides companies through the digital maze of constantly changing tools to build discovery, loyalty, and ultimately help them achieve their own big leaps.   When she is not in her office, she might be out skiing or trail running. This is where she does her best creative problem-solving.   To learn more about booking Lisa for consulting, speaking or workshops, visit www.bigleapcreative.com.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Long May You Young 51: Greendale

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 173:11


We've arrived at Greendale. And what a perfect way to head into our second year of this beautiful wonderful nonsense that we call a podcast. Seriously though, what an album. More than that. What a world! Whatever Greendale is supposed to be or not be, all your hosts agree Neil executes everything perfectly. Down to the little details in each song. We get into the geography of the town, the way the Horse perfectly handles carrying the story, and who we'd cast in an HBO series based on the album. It's a long one, but honestly we could have talked for three more hours about these songs and characters Neil created. And we probably will. There's so much more to Greendale than just the one album, I'm sure we'll get back into it down the road at some point. Long May You Young is a proud member of Pantheon Podcasts! Pantheonpodcasts.com Longmayyouyoungpodcast.com for more goodness, including MERCH! Get your swag on, Youngsters.

Jingle Jank
Episode 25 - (Bonus) Songs that Didn't Make the Cut, Volume 1

Jingle Jank

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 11:50


In this mini episode, Scott showcases four songs that did not make the cut from previous episodes. Artists include Fountains of Wayne, Da Yoopers, No Doubt, and The Youngsters. https://jinglejank.com/episodes/025.html

Long May You Young
51. Greendale

Long May You Young

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 173:11


We've arrived at Greendale. And what a perfect way to head into our second year of this beautiful wonderful nonsense that we call a podcast. Seriously though, what an album. More than that. What a world! Whatever Greendale is supposed to be or not be, all your hosts agree Neil executes everything perfectly. Down to the little details in each song. We get into the geography of the town, the way the Horse perfectly handles carrying the story, and who we'd cast in an HBO series based on the album. It's a long one, but honestly we could have talked for three more hours about these songs and characters Neil created. And we probably will. There's so much more to Greendale than just the one album, I'm sure we'll get back into it down the road at some point. Long May You Young is a proud member of Pantheon Podcasts! Pantheonpodcasts.com Longmayyouyoungpodcast.com for more goodness, including MERCH! Get your swag on, Youngsters.

The Sports Reporters
The Sports Reporters - Episode 386 - Lefty Out Duals the Youngsters at the PGA Championship. Fandom Springs Back to Life

The Sports Reporters

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021


Phil Mickelson becomes the oldest golfer to win a major, defeating a talented field at the PGA Championship. Bob and Mitch discuss this remarkable accomplishment and debate if Phil could win another major. How the course and mother nature played a role. The mob scene at the 18th that left Brooks Koepka un-happy. And how Lefty's win counters the awfulness of the Tiger Woods accident. Plus, the NBA playoffs kicked off with a bang! How the young stars stole the show. Cause for concern for the Lakers? Can Memphis continue to ride their momentum? A glimpse into what Brooklyn can do with their big 3. And thoughts on having the fans back at these games/events... It sure makes a difference.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Long May You Young 50: Our 50th Episode!

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2021 149:08


It's our 50th episode and we invited all the Youngsters to join our celebration! Oh man, what a ride it's been. It's crazy to think that this time last year we were throwing on Neil's first self-titled album and getting ready to see if this whole thing would work at all. Seriously. Luke didn't even know what Squirt was. Russ was only flirting with Ben Keith. And Mike had NO IDEA what he was getting himself into. But what a year it ended up being! (For the podcast, anyway. Everything else about 2020 can go right straight to hell) From Nails to the Titular Bird to the Jacket to drinking an ungodly amount of Squirt, we've had a blast navigating the waters of all these albums. We even managed to talk about Neil Young on a few of them. So from the bottom of our hearts, honestly, thank you all! This episode was so fun for us - getting to meet all of you and talk about our mutual obsession with old Shakey. There's no fan like a Neil fan, and you all prove that to the max. Thanks for being part of the podcast. Thanks for being a part of this episode. And thanks for being our friends. For real. Here's to another year of Young! Pantheonpodcasts.com for more great Pantheon Shows! Longmayyouyoungpodcast.com for more podcast goodness!

Long May You Young
50. Our 50th Episode!

Long May You Young

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 149:08


It's our 50th episode and we invited all the Youngsters to join our celebration! Oh man, what a ride it's been. It's crazy to think that this time last year we were throwing on Neil's first self-titled album and getting ready to see if this whole thing would work at all. Seriously. Luke didn't even know what Squirt was. Russ was only flirting with Ben Keith. And Mike had NO IDEA what he was getting himself into. But what a year it ended up being! (For the podcast, anyway. Everything else about 2020 can go right straight to hell) From Nails to the Titular Bird to the Jacket to drinking an ungodly amount of Squirt, we've had a blast navigating the waters of all these albums. We even managed to talk about Neil Young on a few of them. So from the bottom of our hearts, honestly, thank you all! This episode was so fun for us - getting to meet all of you and talk about our mutual obsession with old Shakey. There's no fan like a Neil fan, and you all prove that to the max. Thanks for being part of the podcast. Thanks for being a part of this episode. And thanks for being our friends. For real. Here's to another year of Young! Pantheonpodcasts.com for more great Pantheon Shows! Longmayyouyoungpodcast.com for more podcast goodness!

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Long May You Young 49: Are You Passionate (w/ John Craigie)

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2021 113:31


The results are in, Youngsters. We are passionate about Are You Passionate! The incredible John Craigie joins us for a second time, this time to talk about Neil's second album of the 2000's. And boy do we have mixed thoughts. We talk about Booker T. Jones meets Ol' Silver Gold. We get really close to getting into 9/11 conspiracies, but we show a little restraint. Luke wonders why McGruff the crime dog didn't make it into the liner notes. Russ thinks this album would have fit well in the middle of Neil's 80's records. Apologies in advance for the not-as-stellar audio quality. I'm still working out the kinks for zoom episodes. SUPPORT OUR FRIEND JOHN CRAIGIE! Grab some of his music and merch at: https://johncraigiemusic.com/ SUPPORT US, TOO! Grab our goodies and read Mike's blog at: https://www.longmayyouyoungpodcast.com/ SUPPORT PANTHEON PODCASTS! Hear their other great music shows at: http://pantheonpodcasts.com/

The Bun and Cardigan Show: A Detroit Pistons Podcast
Ep. 27: Isaiah Stewart's spectacular week, ranking the Pistons' youngsters

The Bun and Cardigan Show: A Detroit Pistons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 68:34


The Athletic's Detroit Pistons beat writer James L. Edwards III and co-host Nicolas Henkel dive into Isaiah Stewart's career week. After that, Nick ranks his Pistons youngsters. James ranked and dove into the breakdown of Detroit's 24-and-unders on The Athletic, so go check that piece out.

Adult Child
Dysfunctional Childhoods & Scapegoating

Adult Child

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 58:30


On this week's episode, we are digging in deep on the experience of growing up in a dysfunctional family.  Andrea shares her experience of becoming the scapegoat ("identified patient") in her family, and then talks to her friend, Eric, who shares his experience of growing up in an abusive home. We also talk about why speaking our truth is the only path to freedom, but why this doesn't mean blaming your parents."It Will Never Happen to Me: Growing Up with Addiction as Youngsters, Adolescents, and Adults" by Claudia Black"It Didn't Start with You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle" by Mark Wolynn"Legacy of the Heart: The Spiritual Advantage of a Painful Childhood" by Wayne MullerSupport the show (https://www.patron.com/adultchild)