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Do you wanna hear something scary? Join Markeia every week as they bring you the creepiest ghost stories, urban legends, and folktales. Wanna hear something scary without ads? Click here: https://somethingscary.supercast.tech/ Take our survey: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4. For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com
 
If you've always wanted to know what the real story was behind some of wrestling's biggest moments, Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard will finally give you the real answer. A terrific storyteller, Bruce has done and seen it all and now he's going to share it all with you so sit back and be ready for a wild ride! Join Bruce and his partner in crime, Conrad Thompson as they take you through the WWF's expansion in the 80s, Houston Wrestling, the challenging early 90s for the WWF, the GWF ...
 
We’re all becoming something. What are you becoming? It's our goal for you to intentionally become the person God has called you to be. We'll release an episode each week with answers to real questions that college students and young adults are asking us. Listen in as Jonathan Pokluda, Nate Hilgenkamp, and Kathy Davidson help you navigate life in your 20's and 30's!
 
Something Private is a podcast about everything related to the vagina. From sex, to health, and the society. Hosted by Nicole, we’re gonna have three am sleepover conversations about love, life, and why you have that wart on your vagina. Featuring stories from gynaecologists, experts, and your everyday girl, it’s about time we had these conversations out loud. Produced by WII.FM, reach us at nicole@somethingprivate.fm.
 
Hello Friends, Something About Something is here for all things nerdy, geeky, and just for fun. We have stupid news, geeky reviews, nerdy subjects and last minute updates from sources all throughout the web. Here we let our childishness come out to play and every time we hear a word like “pianist,” we giggle like little school children ("huh huh huh," he said, "butt."). The Something About Something podcast is also home to the not-so-right-in-head-guys, Mike Schilling & Ricky Pope. So, welco ...
 
Welcome to “I have SOMETHING to say,” where subject matter experts are unafraid and unapologetic about sharing their perspectives regarding issues that impact our lives. They speak up because they give a shit. If you’re tired of canned answers and want to FINALLY hear real people cut through the B.S. and talk about real issues, this podcast is for you.
 
Sometimes all it takes is one little fact or one little piece of wisdom to change your life forever. That's the purpose and the hope of "Something You Should Know." In each episode, host Mike Carruthers interviews top experts in their field to bring you fascinating information and advice to help you save time and money, advance in your career, become wealthy, improve your relationships and help you simply get more out of life. In addition, Mike uncovers and shares short, engaging pieces of " ...
 
The Podcast for 20 Somethings who haven't quite figured out what their 'something' is yet. Every week I'll be chatting to individuals who have made it through this messy decade and lived to tell the tale... From international athletes and TV producers, to world travellers and life coaches. We're here to reassure you that everything turns out alright in the end; because doing SOMETHING in your twenties, can actually mean, doing ANYTHING that makes you happy.
 
Feels like 1976… 3 hours a week of straight funk by the earful / noseful, with all the necessary side steps into blues and soul down the buffet line. Old school by trade, showcasing equal parts classic, dusty and buried grooves, with a soft spot for blaxploitation soundtracks. Drizzled with offbeat repartee and the occasional conspiracy report. Good for mild to moderate ennui as well as stiffness of the neck and feet. Featuring Logic Johnson & The Derfman, catch Listen! You Smell Something? ...
 
Startup insider Kent Lindstrom explores the reality behind the Silicon Valley headlines as he sits down with the established veterans and up-and-comers who are shaping the way we view the world online and beyond. Topics include technology trends, startups, Silicon Valley politics, women in silicon valley and more. Learn the histories of each guest and be enlightened by their area of expertise. New episode released each Tuesday at Noon, Pacific Time.
 
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This weeks episode is centered around the last executions in our home state of Michigan. We look into the crimes and chaos surrounding the last execution as well as the last federal execution in Michigan. It's more fun than it sounds, we promise. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/tellmesomethingterrible?fan_landing=true)…
 
The NFL Draft is just over a week away, so resident Eagles writer Vinnie Colavita hops on the show to give his opinions and expectations. Kenny and Alec ask him everything under the sun, from Justin Fields to Star Wars. Today's episode is brought to you by Vig It! Download the app and use promo code "PHILLY" when you sign up! https://vigit.io/links…
 
Our planet is over four billion years old. It’s full of refreshing, sparkling bodies of water and covered in lush rainforests. This earth literally gives us the oxygen we need to live. But as with anything, if you mistreat it, it will forsake you. Our once beloved home will show it’s evil side with deadly weather turning paradise to wasteland as ea…
 
This week we’ve donned our lycra, packed our panniers and we’re free-wheeling through the language of cycling. Whilst whizzing on two wheels (Susie) or three (Gyles) we’re ditching the granny gears and aiming for the maillot jaune as we bring you up to speed on everything from Boneshakers and Penny Farthings to bonks, breeks, and RLJs, whilst hopef…
 
The Atlanta murders of 1979–1981, sometimes called the Atlanta child murders, were a series of murders committed in Atlanta, Georgia, between July 1979 and May 1981. Over the two-year period, at least 28 children, adolescents, and adults were killed. Of course we have strange news stories about future bigfoot and how one community was gripped in th…
 
There's lots of hidden treasures at the Canfield Fair. As we celebrate 175 years we are talking with some of the vendors that make the Fair so special. You'll never know what you'll find under the Grandstand, especially when you visit Illiana Products owned by Darlene Brakebush. It has been a staple at the Canfield Fair for many years and is a fami…
 
The AMR team shares best practices on how to create a paycheck in retirement. They talk about social security, pensions, work retirement accounts, IRA RMDs, and more. All of these individual income streams should be looked at as part of a big picture when deciding when and how to withdrawal from them for cashflow.…
 
Nate is about to be a Dad and asks JP for some help! So in this episode JP talks about how parenting has helped him understand the love of his Heavenly Father. JP also gives a realistic picture of parenting and why it helps make us more like Jesus. If you are a parent, want to be a parent, or even don't want to be a parent, check out this episode!…
 
Are only children at a social disadvantage? It has long been thought that children who grow up with no siblings don’t develop the social skills that as well as those who have brothers and sisters. This episode looks at just how accurate that assumption is. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/one-true-thing/201106/susan-newman-the-case-the-only-…
 
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Eddie Trunk is a broadcasting legend. As host of the weekly syndicated show "Eddie Trunk Rocks," the daily "Trunk Nation" show on SiriusXM, and the "Eddie Trunk Podcast," Eddie has interviewed everyone who's anyone in the world of rock and roll. On this episode, Eddie focuses solely on his many interviews and interactions with Rush, which, consider…
 
Hello Purple People! Our fabulous new range of merchandise is now live at https://kontraband.shop/collections/something-rhymes-with-purple There are brand new mugs, bags, and t-shirts for you, each with a favourite Something Rhymes With Purple word and definition on them. PLUS for this first week we are giving you 10% off all items if you use the c…
 
On this episode of Something To Wrestle with Bruce Prichard REMIX, Conrad revisits episode 65 Jeff Jarrett where he and Bruce discussed the incredible everlasting career creation J-E-Double F-J-A-Double R-E-Double T, Jeff Jarrett. Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do! And I bet it can be hard work. You know what’s easy? Bundling policies with …
 
A solo episode brought about from reoccurring conversations I'm having with people around herpes disclosure and how it impacts one's confidence. A major question to ask yourself throughout listening to this episode is just how much value are you placing on your sexuality and ability to mesh genitals with a potential partner at the expense of your o…
 
Feels like 1976… 3 hours a week of straight funk by the earful / noseful, with all the necessary side steps into blues and soul down the buffet line. Old school by trade, showcasing equal parts classic, dusty and buried grooves, with a soft spot for blaxploitation soundtracks. Drizzled with offbeat repartee and the occasional conspiracy report. Goo…
 
“We need to start working on ‘human being’ as opposed to ‘human doing’”, says Carole Burton, Principal of Radiance Resources in this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY. “The systems are failing because they no longer serve us! That’s what’s happening and it’s impacting everyone”. She elaborates on how ‘human doing’ is about competing which leads to…
 
Have you ever been stared at by a stranger in public for too long? Or been told a sexual joke by a friend which made you uncomfortable? A study by the UN revealed that 97 percent of women in the U.K. aged 18 to 24 have experienced some form of harassment in public, but over 70 percent endure it. In this episode, Nicole and Kim discuss the difficult…
 
It's the finale before the finale! The year's last dance takes on new significance when the news comes out. It's not just the year's last dance. It's Degrassi's last dance. Also, Lauren really wanted high school clout and Seynique will do anything for attention. Become a Patron on the Solid Listen Patreon! Connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, and …
 
Adam Weiger shares about: Being the Rookie of the Year and #3 rep in the nation for Smith and Nephew (Fortune 500 medical sales giant) Battling depression when the market turned on him Taking a plumbing job that helped him get his mind back on track A return to sales and becoming the #1 rep at his IT company Blue Ocean Strategy and the formation of…
 
David Bohnett founded GeoCities in the 1990s, well before the internet attained its current ubiquity. GeoCities became publicly traded on NASDAQ and was acquired by Yahoo! Inc. in 1999. In a 2007 article, the Wall Street Journal described it as a Facebook prototype and noted, “Back then, entries were known as home pages, not profiles. But the basic…
 
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In this episode, I talk about why sensitivity is good, and how the targeting of it is another tool of hate. FOLLOW CARLOS: https://twitter.com/TitoTitoq85 Links Mentioned Throughout - https://wasitsomethingisaid.crd.co/ Cashapp - $mistylowland Paypal - https://www.paypal.me/yjjaaber Pledge your support - https://anchor.fm/was-it-something-i-said/su…
 
It has been a mere seven days after we shouted together, “Alleluia!” and sang, “Christ the Lord is Risen Today!” John invites us to face our doubts, speak our fears, and yearn for more — more intimacy, more encounter, more experience of the living, breathing Christ. In John’s Gospel we see Jesus having deep and … Continue reading "Easter II: Doubt,…
 
Happy Easter Little Ones! This week Brad & Rosie discuss Easter, living with your parents, sugar, River of Light 2021, sleeping with people, documenting your life on snapchat, meeting Cheryl, being drawn to certain celebrities, Reality TV, spirituality, interesting conversations - before they take the "Are you smarter than a 10 year old quiz" - bef…
 
A year of working and living in crisis. So what? Now what? Discussed: the mountain (certainty), the muddle (ambiguity), and the morning after the earthquake (we're all geologists now, friends); Ralph Waldo Emerson's "Experience" and "The Conduct of Life"; Leonard Cohen. • Episode transcripts • Support the show by giving to the planet's most effecti…
 
For some, m aple sugaring is a perennial ritual, painstakingly completed as we usher out the bitter wisps of winter, and embrace balmier, brighter days of early spring. And whether you’re producing maple syrup with just a few buckets, or if you’ve expanded operations with a full-blown sugar shack … you know this much to be true: 1) S ugaring is an …
 
Richard invites Gav, Giles and Paul to meeting of podcast geniuses (and him). Then it's off for a look at 6th Doctor story The Mark of the Rani and 11th Doctor escapade The Crimson Horror, both revelling in a 19th Century setting. Along the way we tell tales of our various calamitous meetings with one of the inspirations of the latter tale, Dr Matt…
 
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