We love Kix, so we pick our Top 5 Kix tunes to share. We also love Kix Lead Singer Steve Whiteman and when we had the opportunity to catch up with Steve to discuss the 30th anniversary of the Kix classic album Blow My Fuse we jumped on it. Kix are for kids, but Kix Rock n Roll is for everyone whose ever cranked up the car stereo to 11 and rolled down the windows while rolling down the highway on a sunny day. It was tough to pick our top 5 Kix tunes, but like all other top 5 episodes we ever decide to do, we take the coward way out and commit to our top 5 at that particular moment, because damn, we love Kix and our favorites change at any given moment. Everyone’s got a Rock N Roll story to tell, so tell us yours @growinuprock.com Like us and leave us a review on our FaceBook page - @growinuprock Follow us on Twitter - @growinuprock Subscribe to our Podcast at the platform of your choice and leave us a review Support Music / Artist / and Your Favorite Podcast You can help out the Podcast by doing all of your shopping at Amazon using our link below. Click on the Amazon banner below and it takes you to the Amazon site where you shop as normal. It cost you exactly the same, but the podcast gets a very small fee as a partner which help us pay to get our shows out each and every week. Growin’ Up Rock Amazon Store Kix Music Kix Fuse 30 Re-Blown Funny Money Music A Special THANK YOU to Restrayned for the Killer Show Intro and transition music!! Restrayned Website
The Sensible Peeps are back at it following the celebration of their one year anniversary. Mandi B gets some much deserved criticism, Tay whines about the weather change in Chicago and analyzes Illinois’ heftier neighbors beyond the border north, and Raw Dog gets thrown to the wolves as we bring his sweet mother Renee on to listen to some of his finest potty-mouth moments over the last year. This all followed by a return of everyone’s favorite recurring segment “Sensible or Not?” Don’t miss this cringe-worthy and hilarious 28th episode from your favorite podcasting comedians. Follow Sensible People – Instagram: instagram.com/sensiblepeople/ Twitter: twitter.com/sensible_people Facebook: facebook.com/sensiblepeoplepodcast YouTube: Sensible People Website: sensiblepeoplepodcast.com We now have merch! https://teespring.com/stores/sensible-people-podcast
Episode 137 is The Green Hornet A newspaper publisher and his Asian valet/martial arts expert battle crime as the feared Green Hornet and Kato. When a person is killed with a gun that doesn't make a sound or flash, the Green Hornet tries to find it before it does any more harm.
We check in with an alternate reality version of the podcast, coming from a family friendly dimension where Arnie and his pals record a weekly children’s podcast. They’re joined by old friends including Flower and a very angry boy.Credits:Arnie: Arnie NiekampDewey the Dolphin: Adal RifaiUsidore: Matt YoungFlower: Brooke BreitBlemish: Martin WilsonMysterious Man: Tim SniffenCraig: Ryan DiGiorgiProducers: Arnie Niekamp, Evan Jacover, Ryan DiGiorgiEditor: Garrett SchultzTheme Music: Andy PolandMagic Tavern Logo: Allard LabanAudio Assistance: Jason KnoxProduction Assistance: Garrett Schultz
Ed and Lorraine Warren are arguably the most famous paranormal investigators of the last century. The married couple investigated countless hauntings, possessions, and demon infestations. Many of which have become Hollywood fodder inspiring movies like The Conjuring and Annabelle. But away from the glitz and glamour, were the Warrens for real? Are these divisive investigators true spiritual detectives, fighting the good fight for those of us too blind to the truth to see? Or did they make a career out of the gullibility and trust of countless tortured souls. We dive headfirst into the protoplasm and investigate the Warrens this week. Plus, Conspiracy Bot learns the difference between right and wrong, in related news he exclusively chooses wrong, and we learn the price of his soul (it’s beer). All of that and more on the podcast that’s never seen a demon, but that doesn’t mean we wouldn’t want to keep Constantine around just in case – Hysteria 51. Don't forget to check out our TeePublic page for sweet H51 gear! You can follow us at the following Facebook Group Twitter Instagram Snapchat Reddit iTunes Website
With apologies for the echoey room, albeit in a new home, Ped & Tom discuss the contrasting environ of Western Massachusetts, a perplexing but pleasing podcast review, and a followup on The Last Jedi that somehow made it through the edit. Then, Ped has a lot to say about CGP Grey and the fight for your attention and Tom makes an unexpected visit to the emergency room. Support the podcast on Patreon or by purchasing a T-shirt. Discuss the podcast on Reddit. Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts. The geography of Massachusetts Jeff and Rick How The Last Jedi Defies Expectations About Male Heroes (Pop Culture Detective) Hello Internet - #108, #109 Cortex - #74 Thinking About Attention – Walk with Me (CGP Grey) Infinite Scrolling (Relevant XKCD) Free will vs Determinism The Attention Minefield at Newark Airport (CGP Grey) Attention economy Screen Time on iOS 12 The painful diagnosis Music by Lee Rosevere (CC by 4.0)
Welcome to episode 86 of The All Seeing Guys Podcast with Greg and Joe. As always we kick off with our 'what you overheard recently' segment 'Geezedropping'. Then we dive into the world of recent weird news, from a a abusive tweet that landed someone in hot water with NASA, we look at a recent study on regrettable tattoos and meet a woman who is in a loving relationship and is ready to take the next step and have a baby with him.... by the way, 'him' is a ghost, Joe gets angry about the whole thing. We discuss who would win in a fight, Oprah or Whoopi the round things off with an agony aunt. We also play the trailer to our upcoming radio play 'Time Vagina' which is the sequel to our last radio play 'Ritz cricker and Dick Disturbance:Rise of The Moonwalkers'. Enjoy
The PodKISSt looks at the new KISS Bluray/cd “KISS ROCKS VEGAS”. Julian Gill from the KISS FAQ Podcast and John Humphrey from “Seether” join Ken Mills as they discuss this KISStoric release! Rate us on iTunes, “like” us on Facebook, and join the “PodKISSt Army!” Join the conversation! www.facebook.com/groups/Podkisst/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/thekissroom/ https://www.facebook.com/PodcastRockCity/?fref=ts Get a PodKISSt/KISSROOM!/Podcast Rock City shirt here http://www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/collections/314385-kiss-art
What should I spend my birthday money on? Is hope a dinosaur? What do I do with 23 plastic molds of my teeth? And more! Email us: email@example.com patreon.com/dearhankandjohn Get your Snappy the T. rex shirt here: https://store.dftba.com/products/snappy-the-t-rex-shirt Thank you to Audible for sponsoring this episode! Audible is offering listeners a free audiobook with a 30-day trial membership. Go to audible.com/dearhank or audible.com/dearjohn, or text “dearhank" or "dearjohn” to 500-500 to get started today.
P3 dokumentär berättar om tragedin i Åmsele 3 juli 1988. Sverige skakades av det brutala trippelmordet som är ett av de mest uppmärksammade fallen i svensk kriminalhistoria. För kvällstidningarna blev det här ett av de mest lönsamma sommarmorden någonsin. Man blåste upp stora löpsedlar om ”Nordens Bonnie och Clyde” - som man kallade dem. Till följd av det växte ett idolskap fram. Den långhåriga misstänkta mödaren Juha Valjakkala mytologiserades. Unga flickor stickade tröjor till honom, andra dödshotade hans advokat. Vid hans sida fanns den tystlåtna Marita Routalammi. Om henne fick vi inget veta.
Robin Hanson has studied physics, philosophy, artificial intelligence, economics, and political science, and is the founder and curator of the blog Overcoming Bias, the theme of which is how to move our beliefs closer to reality. Electric James joined us to talk rationality, biases, social institutions, transhumanism, prediction markets/economics, the blockchain, cryonics and human emulation. Show notes and links hereRobin's work:The Age of EmThe Elephant in the BrainOvercoming Bias (Robins Blog)Recorded in Leipzig, GermanyTheme Song by Cosmic Tortoise
Agile Uprising’s own James Gifford was lucky enough to attend the #WomenInAgile event prior to #Agile2017, with This year's theme being Empowering the Changing Face of Agile: Women in Agile ; James had nothing but great things to say and we want to share the lighting talk portion of the event. The Organizer took an interesting approach to selecting speakers by utilizing only women speakers that had never before been compensated for a talk; Each person selected was provided a mentor to prep for their talks. Joanna Vahlsing (mentor Laura Powers):Gender's Impact on the Ability for Agile Teams to have Meaningful Feedback Loops2. Linda Podder (mentor Lynn Winterboer):Innovation Isn't Just for the Dev Team - It's for Scrum Masters Too!3. Susan Marricone (mentor Ryan Ripley):Empowering Women through Agile Outside IT Big thanks to Natalie Warnert, Billie Schuttpelz, Eric Willeke, and so many others for a great event! Enjoy!
Dylan moderates a conversation between two strangers who clashed online. Marcia is a stand up comedian and proud feminist who frequently writes things like “men are scum” on social media and Andrew is an “anti-feminist” who reached out to Marcia to call her a “bigot.” In this episode the two of them speak on the phone together for the first time. This is a teaser of a new format. New episodes begin April 2, 2018. Want to be a guest on the show and take your own online conversation and move it offline? Fill out the form here. Conversations with People Who Hate Me is a production of Night Vale Presents. Credits: Dylan Marron (creator, producer, host), Christy Gressman (executive producer), Vincent Cacchione (audio engineer, mixer), Rob Wilson (logo designer). Theme song: “These Dark Times” by Caged Animals.
In this episode: Squidgey tried to convince Chief (who has never played a Sega Saturn) to try one of his top 5 (and one honerable mention) games for it Gamer confessions - and all three may shock you. This is the final part of a three part series, make sure to go back and listen to the other parts on order to get the full effect of this trifecta of Waffling Taylors Be sure to check out the full show notes at WafflingTaylors.rocks (or by clicking here)
Hundreds of millions of people tuned into Serial season one back in 2014. Sarah Koenig told us all about the story of 18 year old high school senior Hae Min Lee who disappeared on January 13th, 1999. Hae's body was later found in Leakin Park, and not too long after the discovery of her body, police zeroed in on their prime suspect: Adnan Syed. Sarah took us all through 12 episodes of "Did he or didn't he?" and many of us ended the season with more questions than answers. But did you know that Serial was just the beginning and there was so much that Sarah never covered? If you listened to Serial season one, you must listen to this single episode that sums up the top four points Serial didn't tell you, but you need to know, before you decide whether or not you think Adnan is guilty. We won't be re-covering the Serial story - we jump in assuming you already know it. So, if you haven't listened yet, check out the first season of Serial.
Is Crazy Rich Asians really enough when it comes to representation? Are we truly including everyone? Writer and Anti-Racism advocate Sangeetha Thanapal has something to say about this. In order to be on an international stage, we need to have an international mindset and deep understanding of all the social dynamics happening at large. Sangeetha is a native of Singapore of the Indian minority group. I brought her on the show because I wanted to share an opinion that wasn’t of the Asian American stream of which I’m a part of. I knew that there were other voices out there that weren’t being shared with the world. I wanted to talk to Sangeetha to better understand her side of the equation, especially because she is from the country of Singapore and of a minority that is under represented. I didn’t have her on the show because I agreed with her, but because I believed her point of view is important and worth sharing. In Today’s Episode: Who and what is Singapore? Understanding Crazy Rich Asians through an Indian Singaporean lens What is kiasu? American exceptionalism and Chinese privilege? Having an international perspective And much more! Thanks as always for listening. If you have any suggestions please shoot me an email via the contact form! For the full show notes of today's episode, follow this link. Until next time. Stay incredible!
http://www.alainguillot.com/randy-cass/ Randy Cass is the CEO and founder of Nest Wealth, Canada's #1 robo-advisor. I am a do-it-yourself kind of investor, but if a family member or a friend asks me who could help them with their investments, I would not hesitate to recommend Randy Cass and his firm Nest Wealth. A robo-advisor is a firm which provides financial advice or investment management service online, performed by software algorithms to reduce cost and to reduce the input of human's emotions which could be detrimental to one's portfolio. A robo-advisor automatically allocates, manage and optimize clients' assets with zero human intervention. Nest Wealth is based out of Toronto, with a team of about 45 people. Randy had about 25-years experience in the financial service industry. He went to law school only to discover, after graduation, that he didn't want to be a lawyer. While working in law, he started an investment club, where they invested in penny stocks. He lost money most of the time. I discovered that penny stocks were not the best way to get rich One of the worst thing that could happen to you is to buy penny stocks when you are young and it goes well. Canadians only had three choices when it comes to investing Do it yourself, but the vast majority of Canadians don't want to do that. Full-service advisor, but some firm are not willing to service Canadians unless they have a minimum of one million dollars in assets. High expense ratio mutual funds sold by the major banks and the majority of commission-based financial advisors. Robo-advisor is the other option How about all the stuff that all the high net-worth individuals get A relationship with portfolio managers A customized portfolio A sophisticated asset mix A fiduciary relationship Nest Wealth can offer a better value proposition because it doesn't have all the legacy cost of: Huge office in downtown Toronto, A team MBA, CFA stock analysts, Huge marketing expenses, Trailer fees of 1% payable to the adviser for keeping the account current Fee structure of Nest Wealth Nest Wealth have some of the lowest fees in the country? Starting from as low as $20 a month, Nest Wealth offers a professionally managed portfolio with no account minimums. Under 75K, $20 per month 75K to Under 150K, $40 per month 150K & Above, $80 per month Your portfolio under commission based "Free advice" Let's imagine a 1 million portfolio with commission based mutual funds. At 2.5$ management fee that would be $25,000 (Free is very expensive). The same $1,000,000 portfolio managed by a financial adviser who charges 1% of assets. That would be $10,000 The same $1,000,000 portfolio managed by Nest Wealth. That would be only $960. And it's always the same cost, whether it's one million or 10 million, the cost is always $960. Nest Wealth client demographics 47 years old $175,000 of assets
In episode 7 of the show, I talked with Jennifer Peepas of the Captain Awkward advice column. Here's some of our conversation that didn't make it into the show.Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htmAnd to learn about your ad choices when listening to podcasts, visit https://www.howstuffworks.com/privacy.htm#ad-choices
"All Meat No Filler" No fast forward, skipping, or picking up the needle allowed in this installment. Vinny & Pete present to you our; Top 5 "Complete" albums. You know the ones you put on and run through start to finish and maybe even repeat with not a stinker in the bunch? In typical I Love It LOUDcast fashion we throw in a bunch of honorable mentions for good measure. Debate and some mild disgust ensues!!!! Enjoy Also, for the first time in our short but memorable history we feature a new local band trying to make a name for themselves and hopefully make a go of it in this crazy music biz, Noahs Reign, check them out in our "Pick Of The Episode" segment, as well as a cut from the album at the end of this episode You can purchase or stream Noahs Reign new album Take A Ride on Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, iTunes, Instagram, Facebook, Google Play, Amazon, Deezer, Tidal, Napster, iHeart Radio, CiaroMusica, Saavn, Anghami, KKBox, and Media Net Shout out to our favorite podcasts Growin' Up Rock Decibel Geek PodKISSt Ages of Rock Cheat Talk With Trick Chat KISS FAQ Podcast Rock City Podder Than Hell Talking Maiden Contact Us @ @iLoveitLOUDcast on twitter I Love It LOUDcast on facebook firstname.lastname@example.org Give us feedback, topics, ratings, and anything else show related Please subscribe & tell your friends