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Criminology is a true crime podcast that takes a deep dive into some of the most famous cases in the annals of crime. Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Morford will give you every details of these infamous crimes. New episodes come out every Saturday night at 10 PM.
 
The Polymaticast is the official podcast of Polymatic.media. The podcast is focussed on a plethora of subjects. Where "poly" is the many part and matic is our "making" and "development" backgrounds. You can expect interesting discussions between the hosts Alan Chaess and John Bakker about things like Space travel, Cord cutting ,Making , Art and plenty of other subjects. We try to have on guests as often as possible to give us some insights into subject matter we can't cover ourselves.
 
The Curse of Lords is a 5th Edition D&D (© Wizards of the Coast) actual play podcast which touches upon themes of the existential crises, mortality, identity, and an overarching mystery. What does mortality mean in a world where people can be resurrected, where gods literally exist and the afterlife is not a question but a fact? These are some of the questions that the Curse of Lords seeks to consider while telling a tale of four unfortunate characters looking for their past.
 
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.
 
Join Tommy Donovan with RIC Home Inspections and Shane Hipps with Closing Contractor for home improvement radio like you've never heard it before. Both informative and entertaining, the Home Pros answer your questions, share the latest news in the industry, and introduce you to the home improvement professionals that make it all happen. It's home improvement and repair for listeners of every experience level. Visit us online at www.homeprosradio.com.
 
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.
 
Exciting, informative. Every Monday, your host Brian Hamrick interviews real world real estate investors and industry professionals to discuss topics, tips, and techniques designed to make you a more confident and successful rental property owner and real estate investor. Guests include buy and hold investors, flippers, wholesalers, property managers, brokers, legal advisors, insurance providers, mortgage brokers—you name it, we’re talking to some of the top names in the business.
 
Does your home ever feel like “a Money Pit?” It doesn’t have to be that way! We’re Tom Kraeutler and Leslie Segrete, hosts of The Money Pit Podcast. For us, a money pit is not a disaster – it’s a home you love! Whether you’re dealing with a repair or dreaming about a reno, consider us your coach, helper or home improvement therapist for all things remodeling, decor or fix up! From bathrooms to basements, demolition to décor and gardening to garages, we share non-biased expertise to help you ...
 
On the Real Estate Investing Mastery Podcast, Joe McCall will share with you the real world secrets on how to make a full-time income through investing in real estate – with a special emphasis on fast cash strategies like Wholesaling and Lease Options. You will learn how to escape the 9-5 through hearing the stories of other successful investors, and discovering strategies that Joe has implemented in their businesses to obtain the freedom many only dream of.
 
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 ...
 
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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This is the next installment of our series on questions from intern year, with a question that came up on rounds. Hannah examines theories as to why septic pulmonary emboli often present in the periphery and bases of the lungs, while "bland" pulmonary do not. Don't forget to pick up your CE/MOC credits, courtesy of VCU Health! You can read the show…
 
John rescues Jonnie on the side of the road, ad ponders whether it makes them even in the long run. Jonnie can’t wait to be a corporate sellout. Then the boys talk about the election controversy and conspiracy theorists🙄 . Also, John tackles a listener question about whether the Bible condones slavery. Today’s episode is NOT sponsored by Casper Mat…
 
To protect himself against a worst case scenario, Shane Garza from Shane the House Buyer had built in a $10,000 contingency plan to replace an aging septic system. But replacing the septic system in a 1962 house is actually not the worst scenario you can find yourself in when you skip the due diligence. Imagine having no septic at all, including no…
 
Today we’re going to talk about the dirty and gritty side of investing in real estate and the unglamorous aspects that most rental owners have to deal with, such as septic clean ups, eviction clean-outs, pre-1920’s construction and investing in C & D, and even F properties. These are the parts of our business that people rarely think about that can…
 
If you love the look of greenery around the outside your house but seem to have only a black thumb when it comes to getting greenery to flourish inside your home, we have a solution. And, it may not be a homeowner’s favorite thing to do, but if you have a septic tank -- taking care of it is crucial to avoid a very big mess. We’ll have tips on how t…
 
It’s the JournalFeed Podcast for the week of Oct 26-30, 2020. We cover influenza and COVID-19 co-infection, best tests for septic arthritis, EAST AF-NET4 early rhythm control for atrial fibrillation, what fractures at what ages should increase concern for child abuse, and a trial of droperidol vs. ziprasidone, vs. lorazepam for agitation.…
 
It’s the JournalFeed Podcast for the week of Nov 23-37, 2020. We cover seat belt sign and CT sensitivity, PT for sciatica, 3% saline or mannitol for pediatric CNS infection with increased ICP, reducing pediatric critical care transport risk, and POCUS for emergency airway management.By Nick Zelt
 
A two-for-one package deal seemed like a dream come true for Jazmine Gittens. There’s already some difficulty finding properties in Newark, New Jersey, so Jazmine was thrilled when the landlord assured her that both properties, which were located near each other, were also in similar condition. In fact, Jazmine was so confident about the houses tha…
 
How do you sell a property when you know someone died there? Even better, how can you even conceal it when the real estate investors are on the property when the body is discovered? Any deal can be rescued when there’s enough meat on the bone to account for extenuating circumstances. That’s what Nick Perry says about the $75,000 spread he was expec…
 
When it comes to maintaining your home, painting is a project that’s among the most basic of DIY projects, and one which most homeowners are happy to tackle themselves. But it’s also a project that can go terribly wrong if you don’t take just three steps before you start. One appliance that you may own and you’ll never want to be without again is y…
 
When a Realtor contacted Todd Toback about a deal that was falling through to see if he wanted it, he couldn’t see any downsides. The California house was built next to a landfill, sure, but it was worth $550,000 and they were selling it for $180,000. Even if he just rented it out forever, he’d always be in cash flow heaven. But when it came time t…
 
Coming out of Louisville, Kentucky, Beau Hollis has not one, but three bad deals for you to feast on today. There are so many lessons you can learn from Beau’s generous sharing of some of his biggest mistakes, so I hope you’re taking down notes so that you can avoid the litigation nightmare he’s been through. One of my favorite sayings is “A lack o…
 
Eli Sairs came over to talk to me about his OCD. He's got it bad. And it's all wrapped up with Jesus, too, which makes it even harder to deal with. The levels this guy has to go through just to make through basic life stuff is astounding. I bet he eats box really thoroughly, though. Didn't ask him about that. I wish I had. Follow Eli Sairs @EliSair…
 
Anyone who has spent time researching notes and seller financing is going to be familiar with today’s guest. Over the past 40 years he has purchased more than 40,000 notes and his NoteSchool executive team has bought 3.5 billion dollars in notes. He’s an esteemed teacher of all aspects of real estate notes, won many industry awards and is an inaugu…
 
Do you love the look of a classic parkway floor with an intricate Chevron pattern. We’ll share a new way affordable to add that hand-crafted look to your home. For the last few months we’ve all been cleaning our homes a lot more than we had before the pandemic. But with all those cleaning products, did you ever wonder if you were exposing yourself …
 
Between 2003 and 2009, ten women disappeared from the Rocky Mount area. Nine of them were found murdered in wooded areas near Seven Bridges Road, just outside of town. One woman remains missing to this day. All of the female victims were black and had a history of drugs and prostitution. Because of this, many people have said that the police didn't…
 
It’s the JournalFeed Podcast for the week of Nov 16-20, 2020. We cover ACTT-1 - remdesivir for COVID-19, CODA RCT - antibiotics or surgery for appendicitis, steroids for sore throat, how to learn more from podcasts, and whether creatinine screening makes a difference before imaging stroke patients.By Nick Zelt
 
One of the reasons that Gavin is able to travel around the US is because he’s set himself up as a virtual wholesaler. His team is all over the world supporting his business and sending him warm leads that are ready for offers. He interviews two of his VAs today to talk about their training and strategies for having natural conversations with seller…
 
Don’t overcomplicate finding the ARV. In fact, don’t over complicate or over think anything about real estate. In the last episode of my Virtual Profits Workshop, Gavin Timms and I are going to teach you the most uncomplicated strategies you need to get started and scale up in real estate. At this point in my real estate career, I can just glance a…
 
What price would you pay to have a loved one back? How much would you give away to heal a spiritual wound? If you could fix everything, how far would you go? Crow, Gideon and Myk make some very difficult, heavy choices. This episode includes a content warning for suicide/assisted suicide. Because this is such a important episode for the story, if y…
 
Do you love the colorful trees of fall but dread dragging piles of leaves to the curb – maybe not so much? We’ve got a better idea – why not compost those leaves so they can benefit next year’s garden. Tom and Leslie share tips. Now that we are moving into the roughest weather season of the year, it’s a good time to plan for roof repairs or a repla…
 
Our students Gigi and Steve are both proof that there is no certain mold you have to fit to be a real estate investor. As new wholesalers, Gigi and Steve both came from very different backgrounds. An ER doctor, Gigi picked wholesaling because it was a completely new field that challenged her. And Steve had to learn to embrace technology, or at leas…
 
Our criteria for a deal always starts with: Can we find a buyer for it? By focusing on what your buyers want and shopping for that target, you’ll always be able to sell your lease options. In part 4 of our Virtual Profits Workshop, we’re going to cover how to find buyers, and how to talk to sellers. There are two main reasons that you can’t sell a …
 
Zac Amico told me some amazing stories about producing low budget horror movies. Zac is a hilarious comic and podcaster and he's also a producer of films for Troma, one of the greatest pulp horror makers of all time. We talked about the history of this kind of campy, low budget horror. Why they always seem to have ditzy bimbos. Where the ridiculous…
 
Jonnie almost ruins someone’s ministry for failure to properly vet a movie clip 🤬, while John almost punches his wife in his sleep 🥊. Then the boys discuss sleep drugs and whether the Body Mass Index is fake news. Also, a conversation about liberty from a Biblical perspective. Today’s episode is NOT sponsored by Turkey Ham®️🦃 🐷: "The original mash-…
 
When a tenant stops paying the rent, a landlord has to get the eviction process started by filing papers with the court. When one of Scott Meyers’s customers stops paying for their storage unit, Scott just puts a padlock on their unit, and then he can sell everything and recoup his costs if they can’t come up with the rent. Self-storage is a whole …
 
My guest today played goalkeeper for a Big 12 Championship-winning women’s soccer team, spent years touring the world as the lead guitar player in a punk rock band, and became a millionaire by the age of 31 by strategically investing in short term and vacation rental properties. Avery Carl owns a portfolio of 30 properties and is the CEO and founde…
 
Did you ever notice that some leftovers seem to last a long time and other turns shades of green is an instant? Tom & Leslie explain why that happens and what you can do to make sure your leftovers last. Plus, answers to your home improvement questions. EPISODE SUMMARY: Did you ever notice that some leftovers seem to last a long time and other turn…
 
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