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Eddie and Tyler Campbell are 6th generation builders who currently own a virtual building and modeling company called ABSI. Each week, Eddie and Tyler will explore ideas both directly and indirectly related to the construction industry. Thanks for listening to the Construction Brothers podcast! Find us wherever you listen! Links to all of our social platforms can be found here - https://shor.by/constructionbros
 
Hailed as changing the way society thinks about female sexuality, Guys We Fucked continues to pave the way toward a healthier outlook on sex. Hosted by stand-up comedians Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson, this critically acclaimed podcast will be your new best friend. Tune in every Friday to hear discussions on the most taboo kinks, interviews with revolutionaries in sexual health, cultural icons, and, occasionally, guys they’ve fucked. This podcast is moving to Luminary! For more, go ...
 
Our mission is to get clients fit for the experience of life with customized coaching programs and transformational retreats built to nurture the body, mind, and spirit. Adam and Vanessa Lambert are the creators of Bee The Wellness, a personal coaching company with an emphasis on community and adventure. They are committed to building a tribe of wellness warriors—helping people make small changes over time to tackle big adventures in life. Whether that means hiking Machu Picchu or losing 10 ...
 
Another wonderful compilation of stories edited by Hamilton Wright Mabie! This volume, the 3rd of 12, contains 2 main sections: Classic Tales and Old Fashioned Stories. Of the first section, assistant editor Daniel Edwin Wheeler says, "After our boys and girls have read the first half of this volume, containing selected and simplified stories from some of the greatest books of all time, their authors will cease to be merely names. Homer, Shakespeare, Chaucer, Cervantes and Bunyan will be fou ...
 
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This week, how to go from $0 to $14 billion. Daniel Groves joins us to talk about risk management. How do you leverage risk management as a selling point when doing business? Daniel knows how and talks about the current and future importance of risk management. We then zoom out and look at the whole industry discussing mitigating labor shortages as…
 
This week on Guys We Fucked, CORINNE FISHER (@PhilanthropyGal) and KRYSTYNA HUTCHINSON (@KrystynaHutch), read Megan Thee Stallion’s powerful op-ed piece “Why I Speak Up for Black Women,” give advice to a Fucker who is orally gay but maritally straight, Krystyna’s loins get reignited, and Corinne airs some grievances. Then the duo chats with the sim…
 
Tensions build as theme parks, from Disneyland to Legoland, push to reopen after being closed seven months because of the coronavirus pandemic Read more: https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/business/story/2020-10-21/california-theme-parks-push-back-against-new-state-guidelines-suggesting-that-legal-action-is-possible…
 
Frustrated with the state of COVID-19 restrictions in California, parents have taken to bringing their children to sporting tournaments in Arizona That state has a more lax approach to such gatherings. Citing comparatively low transmission rates among athletes and at outdoor gatherings, many San Diego parents have decided to let their children play…
 
Chris talks about how to connect with people in a value adding way. He talks about how superficial relationships affect your business, and how to avoid the pitfalls of creating an inactive network. We found Chris through one of his events! Eddie learned so much from this event that we had to bring him on to talk about some of the things that Eddie …
 
The freeway-adjacent, mostly industrial town is what supporters of a November initiative, Measure E, view as a classic fixer-upper, meaning with ample investment it could be transformed into a community where people want to live and recreate. Yet the area’s proximity to the water is a quality that makes it attractive to would-be investors while sim…
 
Mayor Kevin Faulconer began meeting with the former owners of the high rise at 101 Ash Street in 2014, a full year before Sempra Energy vacated the property, according to a new cache of emails released by the city under the California Public Records Act. The communications also show the building’s previous owners, Sandor Shapery and Douglas Manches…
 
ImmunityBio, an El Segundo-based biotech firm headed by Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, said Thursday it had received approval from the Food and Drug Administration to begin preliminary testing of the company’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate. https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/california/story/2020-10-15/soon-shiong-phase-1-trial-coronavirus-vaccine…
 
This week on Guys We Fucked, CORINNE FISHER (@PhilanthropyGal) and KRYSTYNA HUTCHINSON (@KrystynaHutch), discuss the groundbreaking first women’s gym in Kandahar, Afghanistan, give advice to a Fucker who wrote us that he married his dad (which is hopefully just a metaphor), and Corinne and Krystyna examine why women prioritize the love of men over …
 
Starting this school year San Diego Unified will eliminate non-academic factors, such as student behavior, from academic grades, following a unanimous vote by the school board Tuesday to overhaul the district’s grading practices. Read more: https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/education/story/2020-10-15/san-diego-unified-changes-grading-protoc…
 
California’s 50th District Congressional Candidates, Darrell Issa and Ammar Campa-Najjar, stirred controversy after virtual Q&A sessions with the local Defend East County Facebook group. Their appearances Friday on the group’s Facebook Live sessions have drawn criticism from some activists and experts who study extremism. Appearing alongside the Ea…
 
With the state of the world and our current lives it is no longer feasible for us to continue forward. As of now the World Talkers: An Unofficial Evermore Fancast will be going on an indefinite hiatus. Find out the details by listening to this update. We have joined Evermore Park in creating amazing experiences for you. Stay up to date by following…
 
Disclaimer: When we initially recorded this episode we were attempting to continue to do the podcast. As such the contents of us discussing how we are functioning moving forward is incorrect. For the correct update on what is happening to the podcast see the Indefinite Hiatus episode. In this episode we go in depth on how Evermore Epics work. The n…
 
What does love and being neighborly have to do with the construction industry? We welcome Pete Dumont, the CEO of PrairieDog Venture Partners. Pete is a leader in the OS 2.0 ideology, whose goal is to get rid of waste in the industry. This starts in insurance, delaying pay, and other forms of over used safety nets that create frozen funds. The next…
 
Watching, yes. Interfering, no. President Donald Trump’s repeated calls to his supporters to monitor election polling places for fraud have raised questions about what is allowed, and what isn’t, as San Diego County residents begin casting their ballots for the Nov. 3 election. Observers, as they are known in California, have long been part of elec…
 
For Central American migrants fleeing gang violence, winning protection in the United States can be particularly difficult Read the story: https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/immigration/story/2020-10-11/us-asylum-system-gang-violence-honduras The rest of the series: https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/returned Previous episodes: Returned Pa…
 
In preparation for the election, The San Diego Union-Tribune's editorial board is publishing a series of endorsements on many local races. On this special election episode of San Diego News Fix, you'll hear from two members of the board: Matt Hall and Laura Castadñeda about how the process works and how the opinion team highlights community voices.…
 
San Diego City Council President and Congressional candidate Georgette Gómez reported no salary on her federal tax filing in 2017 despite earning more than $90,000 from her job on the council. Gómez, who is facing fellow Democrat Sara Jacobs in the November runoff for the 53rd District congressional seat, through a spokeswoman blamed the errors on …
 
This week on Guys We Fucked, CORINNE FISHER (@PhilanthropyGal) and KRYSTYNA HUTCHINSON (@KrystynaHutch), discuss the amazing life of Native American activist and the first woman principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, Wilma Mankiller, give advice to a Fucker whose fuckboi hookup took off his condom mid-sex, and both Corinne and Krystyna have some m…
 
A report from three key state groups analyzing what caused a pair of blackouts in mid-August largely conformed to reasons previously cited by California’s grid operator — that a combination of factors, including a sweltering heatwave, pushed the state’s power system to its edge, leading to the first statewide outages in nearly 20 years. Read more: …
 
Assemblyman Todd Gloria and Councilwoman Barbara Bry are in a virtual dead heat among likely voters in the runoff for San Diego mayor, according to a San Diego Union-Tribune/10News SurveyUSA poll released Tuesday. Gloria leads Bry 39 percent to 38 percent, which is within the poll’s 5.3 percent margin of error. That leaves nearly a quarter of likel…
 
We talk to the founder of Dusty Robotics! Tessa brings insight of how CAD drawings have more use cases than we currently use them for and has designed a robot that takes these drawings and prints them on a site. While Tyler draws up his BattleBot, Tessa talks about how humanitarian issues created a desire to enter the robotics field and finding cre…
 
Starting with Tuesday’s test, an additional score is now being published. This new number, dubbed a “health equity metric,” calculates a test positivity rate for the most disadvantaged quartile of census tracts in each county. The positivity rate for this subset of a county’s overall population must also meet the positivity rate requirements for a …
 
The city of San Diego has terminated its contract with the service provider running its Housing Navigation Center downtown. City officials said they will take it over next month and rename it and they will base its homeless services on programs they said have been successful in the temporary shelter in the San Diego Convention Center. Read more: ht…
 
This week on Guys We Fucked, CORINNE FISHER (@PhilanthropyGal) and KRYSTYNA HUTCHINSON (@KrystynaHutch), discuss Hilary Swank’s brave legal battle with her union’s health plan for refusing to cover her ovarian cyst treatment, and advise/roast a Fucker who hasn’t had sex yet with her boyfriend of three years. Then the duo chats with comedians and ho…
 
More than five weeks after the first schools in San Diego County were allowed to reopen, most of San Diego County’s school districts have either reopened or have opening dates set for October. Many are reopening first by bringing back the youngest students or by offering hybrid learning, where students attend for part of the week or day and continu…
 
A San Diego police officer has been suspended without pay amid allegations that he posted a photo on social media that appeared to make light of a makeshift memorial for a man the officer and a partner fatally shot in late June, police Chief David Nisleit announced Tuesday. The chief also said Officer Jonathon Lucas, who has been on the force for a…
 
This summer, it seemed the planets might be aligning to repeal California’s 24-year-old ban on affirmative action. Widespread street protests over the Memorial Day killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis had fueled a national reckoning with racism, discrimination and other social-justice problems. Poll after poll of public opinion showed r…
 
Hoping to make a splash in downtown’s real estate market, a celebrated biotech office developer has purchased more than 8 acres of waterfront land to create a life science city along San Diego’s Bay. Friday, the newly formed IQHQ real estate investment group, started by storied life science builder Alan Gold, completed its acquisition of around two…
 
Logic dictates construction during a global pandemic would halt. But, the economic effects of COVID-19 are anything but logical. The transformation of downtown San Diego’s skyline has continued at a furious pace throughout the crisis, so much so that a visit to some parts can feel like you accidentally walked into a massive construction zone. https…
 
This week on Guys We Fucked, CORINNE FISHER (@PhilanthropyGal) and KRYSTYNA HUTCHINSON (@KrystynaHutch), reflect on the amazing life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, hear a Fucker’s gross tale of a relentlessly smelly pussy, and discuss their very eventful journey to Royserford, PA and back again. Then the duo chats with the amazing psychologist, GUY WINCH …
 
Several hundred people marched through downtown San Diego Wednesday night to protest a Kentucky grand jury’s decision not to indict any Louisville police officers for the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor. Led by a “wall of moms” in matching yellow T-shirts, demonstrators marched down Broadway chanting Taylor’s name along with other social-justice s…
 
The San Diego Padres have won the opportunity to turn four city blocks, currently used as a Petco Park parking lot, into an urban square where technology workers commingle with artisans and baseball fans. Wednesday, city officials announced that the Padres and its development partners, Tishman Speyer and Ascendant Capital Partners, were picked over…
 
Decisions, decisions, decisions. How do we make the right one? How do we know the direction to go? Is there a right and wrong decision. We sit down and talk with Nathan Clark about choosing technologies that work. We learned about Nathan through LinkedIn where he shared a blog post he wrote about the philosophy behind decision making. We enjoyed re…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has largely been a story of numbers. Daily reports tell us the number of new cases, the number of hospitalizations, the number of outbreaks and the number of deaths. The numbers are a dispassionate, point-in-time measure necessary to track the footprint of the deadly coronavirus as it continues its advance into homes, business…
 
San Diego State University is reeling from a calamitous outbreak of COVID-19. Is the same thing about to happen at UC San Diego? The answer will begin to emerge this weekend as 7,500 undergraduates start to move into meticulously cleaned dorms on the sprawling La Jolla campus for the start of the fall quarter. Read more: https://www.sandiegouniontr…
 
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