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The Roanoke Times

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Ashley White took a nap in 2015, leaving her children alone. When her 5-year-old son Noah is found dead in the family’s septic tank, the backlash was stronger than anyone could have imagined.
 
A well-maintained grease trap is the key behind happy plumbing (and more importantly, a happy Health Department Inspection!). Protect your business’s reputation and your customers’ health with a thorough inspection, pumping, and cleaning package. We also handle your septic cleaning system needs. We’ve been doing this in Seattle, WA for 12 years. We know what it takes. Check out our reviews page – or skip the hassle and get a free quote!
 
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American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

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JAAOS (aka the Yellow Journal) is a trusted source of cutting edge primary research and in-depth review articles from world experts in the field of orthopaedics. Every month, join us as we summarize research articles and review a featured article from the latest issue of the Yellow Journal. This podcast is intended for any and all learners of orthopaedics - from the first year medical student to the emeritus professor!
 
Downloaded in 285 cities, across 25 Countries and Territories. There is much to know about Florida Real Estate. Buyers, sellers and home owners will enjoy these fun and informative podcasts that prepare them for their next real estate adventure. Join us to learn what you didn't know - that you didn't know. Host, and licensed Florida REALTOR, Steve Martin Smith consistently sells more homes than 98% of the realtors in the greater Sarasota County area and has many insightful tips to those who ...
 
Scarcasm L.I.V.E. is podcast feed with a different take on entertainment and nerdom in general. Shows range from being about Video Games (The Nipoe Show) to Scarfinger's unhealthy obsession with The Sing-Off (You Betta Sang). Scarcasm L.I.V.E. strives to provide an everyman perspective on Gaming and geek culture.
 
San Jose Grease Trap Cleaning has the skills and experience to keep your grease traps and interceptors working on point. Although we are not working with septic tanks, we do provide a well-rounded grease trap service to San Jose and the greater area. We have a passion for a job well done and will do our utmost to keep your grease facilities clean and functional. With over 15 years in the industry you can count on us to know exactly what is needed in all situations.
 
Dallas businesses that require grease trap cleaning can take advantage of the reasonable rates offered by Dallas Grease Trap Services. We own more than 25 different pump trucks in varying sizes. This enables us to clean everything from large commercial grease interceptors to smaller grease traps that are located in out-of-the-way areas like parking garages. Businesses that choose our company can rest easy, knowing that their grease trap will always be properly cleaned on time. When you conta ...
 
Service Restoration Masters Atlanta is a podcast about practical advice, tips, and training from disaster restoration experts. This podcast is intended to Service Restoration combine ideas about restoration work and will inform listeners about much different water damage encounters faced in the field. The tips and the information shared in this podcast will help increase your knowledge and the view of all the restoration aspects in general. Water Damage 24 Little Rock is a network of contrac ...
 
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Todd McComas

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Comedians Todd McComas, Jeff Oskay, Austin Reel and lady of radio Jessica Alsman chat about their lives, the world around them and whatever random stuff that pops in their brains. They named this podcast FUNTOWN because its a place with only one rule...have fun. Also, that was the only decent name that wasn't already taken by another comedy podcast.
 
An evidence-based emergency medicine podcast. The Washington University Emergency Medicine Journal Club podcast provides an excellent way to keep up with the medical literature, improve patient care, and increase understanding of evidence-based medicine. Each month we ask a clinical or operational question pertinent to the practice of emergency medicine. We then discuss the four articles most relevant to that question in an attempt to determine the most evidence-based approach to patient care.
 
Medical Bombs of Knowledge is a podcast forum offered by Blake Briggs which explores board relevant topics throughout medicine. The focus of each episode varies, but they are always discussed in a "theater of the mind" style, where the listener is not simply memorizing disease names but actually understanding the physiology, pathology, microbiology, and pathophysiology as they relate to each other. Each podcast is an immersive experience that tells a story by painting a picture of disease, c ...
 
FROM THE VAULT: A True Crime Podcast is a new podcast that is being carried over from its predecessor, True Cold Case Files. From The Vault offers a new look into cold cases from across the nation--cases you may or may not have heard of before. We get to the story quick, no BS, and we bring a respectable discussion on each case we cover. We must remember these victims too, and with this podcast, we hope to honor them. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fromthevaultpod/support
 
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When it comes to environmental protection and sustainability, getting a better handle on America’s “throw away culture" is important. That's the motivation behind the upcoming "Trash Talk" tour in Ann Arbor. WEMU’s David Fair checked in with Dan Ezekiel from the Washtenaw Zero Waste Coalition to learn more about the tour, what it offers those who p…
 
Host Stephanie Pearce, MD Guest interviewees Mark Miller, MD and Courtney Quinn, MD, discussing their review article “Anterior Cruciate Ligament Revision Reconstruction” from the September 1, 2021 issue Article summarized from September 1 issue (https://journals.lww.com/jaaos/toc/2021/09010) Review article “Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome: A D…
 
Tourism is on the rise! That means that new tourist facilities are being built to accommodate all of those new guests. Many of these new facilities are being built in remote locations. This means they have their own unique set of challenges for wastewater and water re-use. Brian Cohen from our International team joins us to talk about what makes th…
 
This week we're joined by Scott Rodgers - a guy who, over the course of his career, has done a little bit of everything in the entertainment industry. Although his family wasn't necessarily "religious," Scott got involved in church as a teen. He later joined The Dingees, a ska/punk band signed to Tooth & Nail Records. He went on to become an actor,…
 
Yannis Pappas came over to my house to talk about the greatest baseball game ever attended. But it turns out I'm a terrible podcast host and as much as Yannis tried to get to the topic we agreed on, I just kept missing the hints. So this ended up just being two friends joking around for 3 hours. I mean, you’d think after 10 years this guy would hav…
 
In this episode of the show we are taking a look at Free Fire, a Ben Wheatley-directed foray into action cinema starring Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy, Sharlto Copley and Armie Hammer. Over the course of our discussion we attempt to deconstruct where the movie succeeds and where it fails with its implementation of the central gimmick of a single-loca…
 
This week we sat down with podcaster podcaster and ex-Mormon, Charisse a.k.a. The Existential Ginger! Charisse didn't just grow up in the Mormon church, she was devout. After a series of painful life events, she could no longer ignore the glaring problems in her "spiritual life." Having left the church, she set out to start a new life for herself f…
 
John Hastings and I talk about car accidents on a fun episode of Skeptic Tank. John has been in a dozen accidents so he’s got a lot of experience. And I have hit and run over 34 people in my life, many of those resulted in fatalities. So I can’t quite fully join in because of an antiquated statute of limitations rule in the state many of these “cri…
 
In this episode of the show we are discussing Ridley Scott's A Good Year, arguably a standout feature in the illustrious catalogue of this iconic filmmaker... but not necessarily in the conventional way. Over the course of our conversation we argue profusely whether this film is successful in what it is attempting to do. In fact, we also try to fig…
 
Join us as we welcome back Mike Saunders for a look at what happens to wastewater systems when they are affected by a rising water table. Please note that this is not a discussion about global warming. We simply look at what happens to wastewater infrastructure when it is invaded by the gradual rising of water tables.…
 
Everybody is talking about Netflix's original documentary "Pray Away," in which ex-leaders and a survivor of the so-called "conversion therapy" movement speak out about its harm to the LGBTQ+ community and its devastating persistence. If you haven't seen it, go ahead and bump it to the top of your queue. Although it's been widely applauded, there a…
 
Annie Lederman tells me about her time as a man-hater. Annie has come out of it since then but she recounts the way she got caught up in a world of despising an entire gender and how she was able to extricate herself from that way of thinking. For more Annie: Instagram: https://bit.ly/3mHmgk6 Twitter: https://bit.ly/2WszGpb Watch or listen to Trash…
 
Everyone's new favorite doppler marker for pulmonary embolism is back! We discussed the ESN (early systolic notching) when this concept was first introduced as a marker for large PEs, but now we have a prospective study that improves upon some of the limitations of the past article...or does it? https://www.ultrasoundgel.org/115 https://pubmed.ncbi…
 
Surprise! In the first half of 2021, Over 2500 homes went back on the market in Sarasota County alone. This is according to Stellar MLS. How is this happening in such a strong seller's market? Why is this important? What OTHER questions should you be asking?By Steve Martin Smith
 
In this episode of the show we are talking about Mission: Impossible 2, perhaps the most maligned and underappreciated entry in this multibillion dollar franchise. Even though it became the biggest financial hit of its year, the John Woo-directed opus is looked down upon by fans the world over and in our discussion we are attempting to find out of …
 
Glyphosate, which is usually found in stores as the product Roundup, is the most frequently used herbicide in the world. While it is effective in killing weeds, it is also harmful to health. A recent study out of the University of Michigan links exposure to pre-term births. WEMU's David Fair spoke with the study's senior author, Dr. John Meeker, ab…
 
This week we're joined by filmmaker, director, and show runner for C13Originals' Gangster Capitalism, Zak Levitt! Zak is a two-time Emmy, Peabody, Clio, and NAACP Image Award winner, and a fantastic documentarian that spent months investigating Liberty University and the Falwell family for season 3 of Gangster Capitalism. We were blown away by his …
 
Eleanor Kerrigan comes over to talk about the glory days of the Comedy Store. Eleanor and Ari were employees of the Store together at the turn of the century. That sounds weird but it’s true. Are we old? Am I old? Is the only thing keeping me young a steady flow of mind-altering substances and laughs from live audiences? Or is it just the general u…
 
In this episode of the show we are observing the ninth anniversary of Tony Scott's untimely passing by talking about perhaps one of his most mature, layered and complete films, Man on Fire. Over the course of our discussion, we delve deep into the fabric of the story, examine Scott's new-found stylized aesthetic, marvel over the amazing chemistry b…
 
Whether you frequent fast food restaurants or only stop by occasionally, the wrappers your food comes in may be doing harm to your health. Recent s tudies have found PFAs and other harmful chemicals in food packaging. State Representative Yousef Rabhi of Ann Arbor has introduced legislation to ban the use of such chemicals in food packaging. He joi…
 
Pumps are everywhere! They are in our cars, our houses, and our sewers. We use pumps all the time in manufacturing and infrastructure. This ancient technology has evolved over time and has become so commonplace that they often go unnoticed. In this episode, we talk with Steve Sinks, our resident pump guru, about what you should look for in a pump a…
 
Our guest this week is Stephanie Drury, curator of Stuff Christian Culture Likes! Stephanie grew up with parents who were in ministry and bounced from church to church, and was engrossed in Christian culture most of her life. However, in her late teens, she started drifting away from the type of evangelicalism she had always known. Stephanie has a …
 
Greg Fitzsimmons and Ari Shaffir go on a deep dive into forbidden acts of love in this public Patreon episode of Ari Shaffir’s Skeptic Tank. The boys, victims of generational inbreeding of different styles, take Patreon submitted stories and questions about trouble with the law which leads them down the taboo road of adult breastfeeding. It’s a ver…
 
• Host Stephanie Pearce, MD • Guest interviewee Jacob Tulipan, MD, discussing his review article “Baseball Injuries of the Hand and Wrist” from the August 1, 2021 issue • Article summarized from August 1 issue (https://journals.lww.com/jaaos/Pages/currenttoc.aspx) o Research article “Immediate Weight Bearing of Plated Both-Bone Forearm Fractures us…
 
In this episode of the show we are discussing Peter Jackson's first official Hollywood movie, The Frighteners. Over the course of this long-winded and meandering conversation we touched on Jackson's roots in splatter horror, where his career went later and what we think he could do in the future. In addition, we identified the multitude of referenc…
 
Dr. Regan Wade presents "Heart Failure Pharmacology" by first reviewing heart failure pathophysiology as it relates to pharmacotherapy. She then discusses guideline directed therapy and other agents indicated to optimize HF care. After, Dr. Wade evaluates literature related to new therapies and indications for medications in patients with heart fai…
 
The City of Ann Arbor has set an ambitious goal of achieving communtiy-wide carbon neutrality by 2030. The steps are set forth in the city's A2Zero plan. It is likely, however, that, to meet the target, taxpayers will have to help. Mayor Christopher Taylor recently presented a one-mill, 20-year, property tax plan to make it possible. He joined WEMU…
 
Man, do we have an exciting guest, this week! Nikki Brumen (formerly of “Pagan”) is the supremely talented and newly acquired vocalist for Norwegian “deathpop” band, Blood Command. You might be asking yourself, “What in the world is deathpop?” Well, it’s Blood Command, and it’s fantastic. Nikki was nice enough to join us from her home in Australia …
 
Our team talked about what to expect when buying and selling a condo or a home with an association. We discussed what documents are needed for the sale, and when these documents should be reviewed during the process. Podcast & Live Radio Show on WATD 95.9 McNamara Broker Team Boston Connect Real Estate Sharon McNamara | Mary Baker | Melissa Wallace…
 
Standup comedian and retired rooster fighter Rojo Perez sits down with Standup comedian and rooster fight enthusiast Ari Shaffir to talk about cockfighting. Futu Manu in Tetum. Pelea De Gallos in Spanish. Probably some other names in other languages. Rojo entered his pet into one when he was a small boy in Puerto Rico. Too young to be doing stuff l…
 
In this episode of the show we are going on a mission to save The Sun from dying together with the crew of Icarus II in Sunshine. Over the course of this discussion we talk at length about the film's divisive third act, the idea of using a star as a villain or a god, the multiple pop-cultural connections tethering Sunshine to the canon of the genre…
 
For many in Washtenaw County, environmental justice is lacking. Low income residents and people of color often find themselves subjected to environmental hazards, while the more affluent do not. Washtenaw County Commissioner Justin Hodge has made environmental justice a priority and discusses the successes and challenges that remain with WEMU's Dav…
 
Whether you know it or not, what happens to water affects all of us. In this episode, we talk with the manager of our International region, Geoff Salthouse. Geoff brings his insight into why potable water is a diminishing resource and why we should all care about preserving and reclaiming it.By Orenco Systems
 
Our guest this week is author and pastoral counselor Sara Hall. In her book, “Tasting Dirt: When You’re Disappointed with God,” Sara details the life-changing traumatic events that nearly took her faith and her life. Not only did she grapple with abuse, depression, and shame, but she did so almost completely alone. With the exception of a few lovin…
 
One of the gang's favorite topics - ultrasound in cardiac arrest! This article delves into the importance of "pre-pause imaging", getting that picture of the heart ready even before the compressions are stopped! This seems like an important part of minimizing pauses in CPR, but how convincing is this data? https://www.ultrasoundgel.org/114 https://…
 
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