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Dallas Wheatley

Voice Actor, Producer & Editor of The Nuclear Solution, Host, Producer & Editor of The Soap Opera & Voice Actor on Let the Old Wives Tell It, Windfall & Fuck Humans
Dallas Wheatley is a voice actor, director, and podcaster who has appeared on shows like Windfall, Let the Old Wives Tell It, The Final Game, Hometown, and Moonbase Theta, Out. They will be appearing on Danson (releasing autumn 2019) and the Alabasters (release TBD), as well as two secret projects. They also have a podcast called The Soap Opera, which is a wholesome, hopepunk soapmaking podcast, and wrote The Nuclear Solution, a Martha Stewart and Fallout inspired audio fiction podcast. They have another show coming out in May 2020 called Fireside Folktales.
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Created by Dallas Wheatley. You can find them on Instagram and Twitter @swheatpodcasts, or online at www.swheatpodcasts.com. Tracks used in this episode are "Hot Swing" and "Airport Lounge" by Kevin MacLeod. License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Sound effects are from www.freesound.org. Licensed under Creative Commons 1.0. Want to help support the show? Give it a review on Apple Podcasts, or you can donate as little as $3 at ko-fi.com/swheatpodcasts!
Episode 4: Colorants
The Soap Opera was created by Dallas Wheatley. If you liked what you heard, please rate and review the show in Apple Podcasts, or tell your friends and family about it! Spreading the word makes all the difference. If you have any questions about soap, tools, or ingredients, you can contact me on Patreon, on Twitter @ShireSuds, on Instagram @ShireSuds, or you can email me at shiresuds@gmail.com! Many thanks to Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com for the music (Licensed under Creative Commons 4.0). The tracks used in this episode are "Ripples" and "Finding Movement". If you want to challenge your soapmaking skills some more, I recommend checking out Humblebee and Me, a wonderful website with tons of science-based soap, skincare, and makeup recipes! If you want to purchase any of the soap I made for this show, you can find it at shiresuds.com. I hope you enjoyed this episode of the Soap Opera! Happy Sudsing! The Recipe SOAP CALCULATOR http://soapcalc.net/calc/SoapCalcWP.asp IMPERIAL WEIGHT 17.64 oz Olive oil 2.22 oz Lye 4.5+ oz Water 0.5-1 oz Essential oil of your choice METRIC WEIGHT 500 g Olive oil 63 g Lye -125-150 g Water 15-25 g Essential oil of your choice FRAGRANCE OIL Alpine Frost COLORANT Ultramarine Blue Concentrate White Liquid Concentrate Brilliant Blue Lab Color Titanium Dioxide INSTRUCTIONS 1) Assemble all your tools. Make sure you have plenty of space to work! 2) Measure out all your ingredients -- use the glass container for the water and the large bowl or pot for the oil. 3) Add the water to a glass container. Don’t use too much water, or your soap will take much longer to harden! 4) Gently heat the oils in the microwave or on the stove until they have melted. Don’t let it get too hot! 5) While wearing the mask and gloves, slowly add the lye into the water, mixing it up while you do so. It will get very hot, so be careful! 6) When both the oils and the lye have reached room temperature, mix them together. 7) Using the immersion blender on the lowest speed, gently pulse the blender until the soap has reached “trace” stage. As the soap thickens, increase the speed of the blender. Stop before it gets too thick to pour into molds. 8) Add your fragrance or essential oil into your batter, and gently fold it in with a spatula. 9) Slowly start to incorporate the color you want to use by adding a few squirts at a time, and then folding it in with a spatula. 10) Carefully pulse the blender a few times to fully incorporate the essential oils into your soap batter. Be careful not to let the batter thicken too much! 11) Carefully pour the soap into your mold, using the rubber spatula to scrape the sides of the bowl. 12) Set the molds to cure in a cool, stable location. HOW TO IDENTIFY TRACE STAGE “Trace” is the term for when you drag a spatula across a liquid material and it leaves a valley behind. A “thin” trace happens when the valley disappears quickly. A “thick” trace happens when the valley disappears slowly, or not at all. A thin trace can be found in most cream sauces, thicker soups, and products like buttermilk and heavy cream. A thick trace can be found in sour cream and whipped cream. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
S1E4 - Fuck Humans Episode 4
Icon by interkosart (https://twitter.com/InterkosArt) Site: Cmakesp (https://cmakesp.wordpress.com/fuck-humans/) CW: Sucking noise, Blowjob, Handjob Promo: Ignorance was Bliss (https://iwbpodcast.com/) If you would like to do a cross-promotion or wish to collab in any other way. Please email chelseamakespodcasts@outlook.com Cast: Bask was voice by The Monster Boyfriend (https://twitter.com/MonsterBoyo) Angel was voiced by Ben Russel Cheri by Sun Lily Vesta by Aerobuddy (https://twitter.com/aerobuddy) Bee by Dallas Wheatley (https://swheatpodcasts.wordpress.com/) Afisa #1 and #2 voiced by Tal Minear and Brandon Jenkins (https://twitter.com/bpjenkin123088) The Waiter by Amethyst Ocean Written & Sound Designed by Chelsea Chelsey Music used in this ep was Points in Time by Chill Purpose, Tafi Maradi by Kevin MacLeod, & Uncharted by Taomito Bar Ambience by Sword Coast Soundscapes Would you be willing to take a survey to help us better understand our audience?: https://forms.gle/31athd3gfWnbDYvb8 Want to support the show? Follow and tweet at us at fuckhumans8. Want to support us with donations? Check out our ko-fi and Patreon. Also, please consider leaving us a review on Apple podcasts. It’s hard out here for romance audiodrama, nevermind an erotic one. A 5-star review can really help out the show. Thanks for listening. https://twitter.com/Fuckhumans8 https://www.patreon.com/user?u=18449115 ko-fi.com/cmakesp Support Fuck Humans by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/fuck-humans Find out more at https://fuck-humans.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
1.01 || Armchair Treasure Hunters
Our host, Graham Anderson, begins her investigation into the Buddha Kline disappearance by observing the life-sized holes he left behind.  The Subjective Truth is a serialized docu-drama. All ads are fictional. Addison Peacock as Graham | A.R. Olivieri as Buddha | Danyelle Ellett as Amy | Sarah Golding as Beth | Steve McGrath as Jerry | Jen Lyles as Tammy/Anchor 3 | Chris Butera as Arts Ad | Dallas Wheatley as Dubble Ad | Melissa Sheldon as Anchor 2 | Jazz Walker as Anchor 1 | Ashley Promisel as Park Ranger  Bajio Alvarado | “Xenofamiliar” | “Cybernetic Overture” | “Inverse” Kevin Macleod | “Investigations” | “Loopster” Lee Rosevere | “Systematic” | “Drive ’til Dawn”
04 Basket Case
A basket of precious apples goes missing during the harvest, and Rion takes on the case! This episode was written and produced by Tal Minear. Oliver was voiced by Reggie Gacad (he/him). Alden was voiced by Bret M-W (they/them). Quinn was voiced by Dallas Wheatley (they/them). The kid was voiced by Mira Leigh (she/her). Jones was voiced by David Hanna (he/him). The voice of Rion was Tal Minear (they/them). The transcript for this episode can be found here. Visit our website at sidequesting.carrd.co, follow us on Twitter @sidquestingpod and Instagram @sidequesting, or support us on Patreon. If you liked this episode, consider checkout out the Patreon! This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
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Episode Count
28
Podcast Count
10
Total Airtime
8 hours, 5 minutes