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Tread Perilously is a weekly “worst of TV” podcast. Watching the worst episodes of popular shows, hosts Erik Amaya and Justin Robinson attempt to determine if they would continue to watch the series based on its most off-key moments. TV shows regularly tread upon include Doctor Who, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and 7th Heaven. From family dramas to well-loved but brief sci-fi series, Tread Perilously examines how a show sustains itself even in its worst moments.
 
Every week, join Erik Robinson and Zane – sometimes known as the Man With No Voice – as they discuss all things gaming – from the classics to the contemporary, from the human faces behind the games to the nostalgic memories that keep us playing to celebrations and satires of the medium we love. ARCADE TIRED is the video game comedy podcast the regular folk ain’t ready for!
 
Erik and Zane (sometimes known as the Man With No Voice) offer up a varied product of audible entertainment – from reviewing selected comics of the past week to revisiting the so-called Attitude Era of the WWF or discussing every episode of KAMEN RIDER from the beginning! This is what happens when two life-long geeks and best friends since birth are given a microphone and an internet connection.
 
Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. Host Erik Rivenes interviews authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and the stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
In an age of profound change, how must arts administrators evolve so our organizations stay relevant and thrive? It starts by asking tough questions. Erik Gensler, the President of Capacity Interactive (CI), a digital marketing consulting firm for the arts, speaks with thinkers and leaders inside and outside of the arts about leadership, marketing, organizational culture, and innovation. If you’re an arts administrator, you don’t want to miss these conversations created to spark your imagina ...
 
Wisdom delivered for the 21st century. Interviewing someone different every episode, some average, some not. We ask 13 questions in the free version with 5 or more bonus questions in the member's section. Join us as we learn about relationships, fatherhood, responsibilities, beliefs, and how we might be better for those we care about.
 
People, Planet, Profit. The Triple Bottom Line. Business owners, presidents and CEO's of socially equitable and sustainable business sit down with us to talk about their drive, inspiration, and decision making behind what makes their business part of the purpose economy.
 
Editor Lisa Dixon, M.D., M.P.H., and Podcast Editor and Co-Host Josh Berezin, M.D., M.S., discuss key aspects of research recently published by Psychiatric Services (https://ps.psychiatryonline.org/), a journal of the American Psychiatric Association. Tune in to Psychiatric Services From Pages to Practice to learn about the latest mental health services research and why it is relevant. Topics include community-based treatment programs, collaborative care, evidence-based treatment and service ...
 
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Election Day 2020 is quickly approaching, and opinions abound! Evelyn Lopez asked Republican campaign consultant Alex B. Hays and Chair of the 27th LD Democrats Justin Camarata to talk about state and local campaigns. Let’s just say we disagree on every race, but it made for some interesting insights into the issues on this year’s ballot. Listen an…
 
Tread Perilously performs television necromancy by discussing the nearly forgotten SeaQuest DSV and its "haunted" episode "Knight of Shadows." Late one night, Captain Nathan Bridger recounts recent events to the hologram of his deceased wife. Seventy-two hours earlier, Bridger's hologram machine receives a message containing coordinates. The headin…
 
Launching a Successful 3PL in the Age of Tech with Nicholas Reasoner and Jeff Dangelo Nicholas Reasoner, Jeff Dangelo, and Joe Lynch discuss launching a successful 3PL in the age of tech. Nick is the founder and CEO of a 3PL that uses technology to deliver a superior customer experience and gain a competitive advantage. Jeff is the co-founder of a …
 
The New Reality of Amazon FBA with Ephraim Ausch Ephraim Ausch and Joe Lynch discuss the new reality of Amazon FBA, also known as Fulfillment by Amazon. Ephraim is an expert in Amazon FBA and he works closely with Amazon sellers. About Ephraim Ausch Ephraim Ausch is the Chief Logistics Officer at Tactical Logistics, an end-to-end provider of supply…
 
Bruno Richard Hauptmann was tried, convicted and executed for the kidnapping and murder of Charlie Lindbergh, son of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh and his wife Anne. However my guest, Lise Pearlman, author of "The Lindbergh Kidnapping Suspect No. 1: The Man Who Got Away" believes that not only was Hauptmann innocent, but something far more sinist…
 
Zach and Keith discuss hunting in hill country during October and some of the things they have learned this season. Solid stands of timber and maximum foliage cover can be overwhelming when hunting early in the season in hilly terrain. Not only does it seem like deer can be anywhere but changing thermals create wind conditions that make it seem imp…
 
Philosophy is at the core of what Robert is after. Having grown up in Italy and being exposed to the culture and much of the renaissance art and literature, Freemasonry became a natural place for him to gravitate toward. He is an avid musician and writer. He’s written for several print magazines and blogs on subjects ranging from Firearms and Medic…
 
Tread Perilously's month of "haunted" television heads back to Star Trek with the original series episode "Wolf in the Fold." When the Enterprise arrives in orbit around Argelius II for "therapeutic shore leave," the men aboard the ship beam down to enjoy the legendary pleasures and "generous" women the planet has to offer. Scotty, in particular, f…
 
Becoming More Confident on the Phone with Chris Jolly Chris Jolly and Joe Lynch discuss what it takes to become more confident on the phone. Chris is an experienced freight sales coach and consultant who helps transportation and logistics professionals grow their sales. About Chris Jolly Chris Jolly is the founder of CJolly Freight Consulting and t…
 
Eliminating Detention and Delighting Drivers with Erik Malin Erik Malin and Joe Lynch discuss eliminating detention and delighting drivers. Detention and dwell time is upsetting and expensive. As driver satisfaction and hours of service (HOS) become increasingly important to the industry, detention and dwell time must be addressed. Baton has develo…
 
In October of 1943, socialite and heiress Patricia Burton Lonergan was brutally beaten with a candelabra by her estranged husband Wayne Lonergan in her New York City apartment. The case exploded onto the front pages of New York papers, in large part because of rumors that Wayne Lonergan was secretly homosexual, living a lifestyle considered highly …
 
John Eberhart has years of experience hunting pressured whitetails. In this episode, we discuss everything from what John is looking for when picking a new property to hunt to exactly what his setups look like to get into bow range of big bucks. Topics Include: -John's scouting plan-what John looks for in a new property-the value of security cover …
 
What is SONAR with Adam Robinson Adam Robinson and Joe Lynch answer the question, what is SONAR. As the Vice President, Product Marketing SONAR at FreightWaves, Adam is the perfect person to explain SONAR. About Adam Robinson Adam Robinson is the Vice President, Product Marketing of SONAR at FreightWaves. Prior to joining FreightWaves, Adam had a b…
 
What is the state of the arts in 2020? Where are we? Where are we going? How have arts organizations responded to the massive changes driven by the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and the reckoning of systemic racism? In this episode, Erik speaks with three consultants to understand how the arts landscape has evolved and how it is moving forward. Tom O’…
 
Tread Perilously's month of "haunted" episodes continues with Quantum Leap's peculiar "The Boogieman." October 31st, 1964. Sam leaps into the body of middling horror writer Joshua Ray. He happens to live in a sleepy Maine town and is engaged to the organist at the local Presbyterian church. But when the town handyman is apparently killed by a goat …
 
In the late 1960s, a serial killer terrorized the city of Ypsilanti, Michigan. Once John Norman Collins lured young women into his car or onto the back of his motorcycle, they would never be seen alive again. My guest, Gregory A. Fournier, has a personal connection to this case. Collins tried to abduct his girlfriend, right in front of him, over fi…
 
Have you been counted? The 2020 Census is a few short questions, and the data is protected. You have one more month to get counted, and we find out from Kamau Chege, Manager of Washington Census Alliance, just how important that count is to all of us. First, if you have not yet participated in the census, go to my2020census.gov or WeCountWashington…
 
In this episode, we talk about different places that deer spend their time on public land and how that changes throughout the season. We also talk about how we often times overthink the situation early in the season and end up going past the deer because we are so focused on getting away from hunting pressure. Ted and Ethan didn't over think during…
 
John Torous, M.D., M.B.I., joins Dr. Dixon and Dr. Berezin to discuss the expanded access to smartphone apps for mental health on college campuses as well as issues regarding the privacy, efficacy, and quality of mental health apps. Dr. Torous is the director of the digital psychiatry division at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and an instruct…
 
Tread Perilously begins a month of haunting television with the Angel episode called "Rm w/a Vu." When Cordelia's apartment gets overrun with roaches and Doyle's debts in the favor-based economy catch up with him, Angel offers to help the demon if he can find Cordy a new place to live. As it happens, Doyle knows a guy and she moves into a fab one-b…
 
3PL Basics: The 11 Transportation Services with Jeremy Thone Joe Lynch and Jeremy Thone discuss the 3PL basics: the 11 transportation services provided by 3rd party logistics providers. About Jeremy Thone Jeremy Thone is the Marketing Director at 3PL Systems, which is a transportation management system software company based in Signal Hill, Califor…
 
How Nuclear Verdicts are Killing the Trucking Business with Quinn Damon Joe Lynch and Quinn Damon discuss how nuclear verdicts are killing the trucking business. As a vice president of an insurance company that insures trucking companies, Quinn is very knowledgeable of nuclear verdicts and the underlying causes. About Quinn Damon Quinn Damon is a V…
 
Erik Barber has had early season success year after year. On this week’s episode, we dive into different factors that play into his success and some of the things you can take advantage of during the early season to find big, unpressured bucks! Topics Include: -benefits of being the first to the woods-early season calling tactics and scenarios -ear…
 
Arguably the most corrupt politician in American history, William "Boss" Tweed bilked New York City for millions of dollars in the 1860s, before finally suffering a spectacular downfall. Attorney and historian Kenneth D. Ackerman, author of "BOSS TWEED: The Corrupt Pol who Conceived the Soul of Modern New York" talk about this notorious and often m…
 
Digital Sales Strategy: Overcoming the Barriers to Growth with Tony Verre Joe Lynch and Tony Verre discuss the importance of having a digital sales strategy. As an SEO expert and ecommerce strategist, Tony has significant experience working with clients who are growing their online sales. About Tony Verre Tony Verre is the Vice President, Ecommerce…
 
In the southeastern corner of 1901 Wyoming, cattle ranchers were furious that sheep were destroying valuable range land. When Willie Nickell, the son of a local sheep rancher was found murdered near his home, legendary gunman Tom Horn was one of the first men suspected of the lowdown crime. My guest is John W. Davis - retired Wyoming attorney, hist…
 
Why Integrated Supply Chains are More Durable with John Tillison John Tillison and Joe Lynch discuss why integrated supply chains are more durable. John is the SVP in charge of sales and marketing at A. Duie Pyle, a company that specializes in integrated transportation and warehousing solutions. About John Tillison John Tillison began his logistics…
 
Tread Perilously's annual Star Trek month concludes with an episode of Star Trek: Enterprise called "United." With Trip and Reed stuck on the Romulan droneship, Archer must convince Shran and the Tellarite ambassadors to work together. It might sound simple, but in the previous episode, one of the Tellarites aboard Enterprise shot Shran's life-mate…
 
Erik S Johnson is a son, husband, father, author, dungeon master, fire fighter, EMT, animal based keto carnivore. Thank you for listening to the 13 Questions podcast by ManTranscending. Sign up for our free discord chat and you will receive a new link for the podcast with extended bonus questions, and interviews for each episode. As well as the ext…
 
Zach, Ben, Colin, and Doug went elk hunting in Colorado this season and learned a lot by covering tons of ground in new areas. In this episode, we discuss the things that we learned and what adjustments that we made due to weather conditions, hunting pressure, and minimal bugling. Topics Include: -where to find elk in OTC units-how to tell the diff…
 
If you follow Evelyn Lopez on Twitter (and maybe you should), you probably saw a thread about local politics and the Tacoma Weekly paper. The Tacoma Weekly is a small, local, free publication that you might find in a Tacoma restaurant or office, or you might pick one up from one of their distribution boxes around town. Recently, Evelyn found out th…
 
Through most of the 1920s the Bernstein Brothers, known more colorfully as the Purple Gang, ran Detroit's underworld with an iron fist. Partnering with Chicago's Al Capone, they were responsible for much of the liquor that came into the United States from Canada. They were involved in other shady rackets as well, and didn't hesitate to murder any r…
 
Every Salesperson’s Secret Weapon with Jamin Alvidrez Jamin Alvidrez and Joe Lynch discuss every salesperson’s secret weapon. Jamin is an accomplished 3rd party logistics sales leader and coach. About Jamin Alvidrez Jamin Alvidrez has worked in logistics and transportation for the past 16+ years. Jamin’s supply chain and tech adventure has seen him…
 
Kristie Swink Benson is the Director of Communications at the High Museum of Art, where she has helped position the museum as an integral part of the fabric of Atlanta and developed a passionate and diverse audience. She built her communications career in government and the for-profit sector. In this episode, Kristie and Erik discuss how the High M…
 
Tread Perilously's Star Trek month continues with an episode of Star Trek: Voyager called "Timeless." Fifteen years after the U.S.S. Voyager crashed on Planet Hoth, Harry Kim and Chakotay steal Borg technology to prevent the accident which took the lives of their shipmates. Meanwhile, fifteen years in the past, Harry prepares to test a new quantum …
 
Winning Strategic Accounts with Mike Neme Michael Neme and Joe Lynch discuss winning strategic accounts, understanding buyer behavior and aligning sales efforts to the customer’s buying behaviors. In the podcast interview, Mike shares his approach to strategic account sales, which has enabled him to consistently win enterprise logistics accounts. A…
 
In this episode, we talk about the whole thought process and strategy for our hunt in North Dakota from start to finish. The strategy eventually led to us spotting a big buck in a river bottom setting. We tell the story in fine detail about how Zach and Jake snuck to point blank range and got a shot at this old, North Dakota, river bottom buck! Top…
 
Beth Doglio, currently a Representative for the 22 Legislative District, is running for Congress. The 10th Congressional District covers rural, suburban, urban areas, our state capitol, and all of the JBLM military base. We talk with Beth about what she sees as the major issues or concerns of the district, and what she would do about them if she is…
 
Supply Chain Basics with Jason Miller Jason Miller and Joe Lynch discuss supply chain basics. Jason is a professor of supply chain at Michigan State University, which is ranked as one of the top supply chain schools in the world. About Jason Miller Jason Miller (PhD The Ohio State University) is a tenured Associate Professor of Logistics and the Jo…
 
Tread Perilously's Star Trek month continues with Star Trek: The Next Generation's Season 2 premiere, "The Child." While transferring the new chief medical officer, Doctor Katherine Pulaski, to the Enterprise, an energy form crosses paths with the ship and decides to become human. Embedding itself in Counselor Troi, she soon experiences a heavily a…
 
The deer tour has been off to a great start and we already have a couple bucks on the ground! On this episode, we go into fine detail about our trip to Nebraska and the thought process and strategies that ultimately led to Greg getting a shot a buck! Topics Include: -tips for early season-how Greg chose to setup based off of conditions and past sco…
 
"Oh the humanity!" were the famous words spoken by news reporter Herb Morrison when on May 6, 1937, the Nazi-funded airship Hindenburg burst into flames and crashed into a New Jersey airfield. My guest is best-selling author Michael McCarthy, and his new book is called "The Hidden Hindenburg: The Untold Story of the Tragedy, the Nazi Secrets, and t…
 
The Logistics of Logistics Podcast with Joe Lynch Steve Elwell and Joe Lynch discuss The Logistics of Logistics podcast including its founding, evolution and future. Joe Lynch is the host of The Logistics of Logistics podcast. About Joe Lynch Joe Lynch is the host of The Logistics of Logistics podcast, where he interviews logistics and supply chain…
 
Tread Perilously's annual Star Trek month begins with a look at the Original Series episode "The Lights of Zetar." Love blooms on the Enterprise as Scotty finds himself a lass. But will her sensitivity to a phenomenon the ship encounters while en route to Memory Alpha end his rare moment of romance? Also, will Captain Kirk abide not being the cente…
 
Jordan Kurkowski is a successful hunter from Wisconsin who takes being aggressive to a new level. Through his never ending scouting, Jordan learns how mature bucks are using the marsh and then moves in for the kill. The difference between other hunters and Jordan is his aggressive setup is on the GROUND! Jordan has never shot a buck out of a tree s…
 
No historical true crime case is more hotly debated around the world than the one involving the near-mythical serial killer "Jack the Ripper". My guest, Edward Stow, believes the killer was a man named Charles Lechmere, a local East End resident who murdered in the early morning hours while on his way to his work. Stow, creator and host of the YouT…
 
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