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Boys in Bolos

Jeff Elie and Jarrett Carpenter

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Join Jarrett and Jeff, two Premier League fans in America, on a weekly recap of the English Premier League. Recording from the Rat Tail Bunker and Barbershop Studio, weekly guests join the Boys to recount the Premier League season’s drama as it unfolds.
 
Real Estate Expert, Shawn Moore, from Vodyssey.com, brings you the Vodyssey's Vacation Rental Revolution Podcast. Bringing you the best tips, tactics & strategies for growing and scaling your short-term vacation rental portfolio. Discover the difference between traditional short-term vacation rentals and true Lifestyle Assets. Learn from my 20 years of ups and downs in the Real Estate Investing game. Expert interviews on Acquisition, Legal, Finance, Management & more. All focused on building ...
 
Join Dave and Elise every week for a buggy-ride of cinematic exploration. A bilingual Montreal native and a Prairies hayseed gravitate to Toronto for the film culture, meet on OK Cupid, and spur on each other's movie-love, culminating in this podcast. Expect in-depth discussion of their old favourites (mostly studio-era Hollywood) and their latest frontiers (courtesy of the TIFF Cinematheque and various Toronto rep houses and festivals). The podcast will be comprised of several potentially n ...
 
Do you worry that you’re not enough—not good enough, successful enough, or thin enough?Do you ever wonder if your self-worth hinges too strongly on your weight or your athletic performance? Real Fit is for women like you. You can expect conversations with remarkable women athletes where we get real about issues like body image, impostor syndrome, and empowerment. My goal is to share stories that will inspire you to be your best self and to and let you know you're not alone.
 
Discover what it takes and what it means to think entrepreneurially from thought leaders throughout the St. Louis region. Dr. Cheryl Watkins-Moore and Christy Maxfield bring to you the best and most experienced trailblazers around to share insights that can unlock your pioneer potential for creativity, innovation and experimentation. Visit http://entrepreneuriallythinking.org
 
In a world that seems to favor top performers, we often overlook the mindset and the methods of everyday entrepreneurs—the underdogs and the misfits who have no particular advantage in life—yet somehow manage to succeed. Author and entrepreneur Gary Schoeniger has traveled the world interviewing entrepreneurs and exploring the research to expose the hidden logic that exposes opportunities, optimizes engagement, and unleashes human potential. Whether you want to start a business, engage your ...
 
Award-winning comedy panel show hosted by Danielle Ward, with team captains Margaret Cabourn-Smith and Michael Legge and amazing special guests. In it, two teams work out the right thing to do in strange scenarios and scary situations which range from the everyday to the weird and extreme. Don't feel you have to start at the beginning - we'd suggest you start with the most recent series then work backwards! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Tales of Taboo is an anonymous confessions show investigating - and celebrating - what happens behind closed doors. Forgoing the traditional interview podcast format, native New York actor and writer Ali Weiss (as seen on Vice) dissolves the boundaries between host and audience by creating episodes around THEIR unique experiences. Her listeners tell juicy, unadulterated stories about public scandals and private struggles, liberation and oppression, and the various ways they’ve navigated the ...
 
A family podcast about classic children’s books and the impact they have on us long into adulthood. In each episode, we talk about one popular children's book from the past, uncovering the unique story behind the story. While sitting down with famous, award-winning authors, we investigate the timeless themes in kids’ books.
 
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Many people experience short bursts of excitement or curiosity around investing in vacation homes, but inevitably get stuck at some key points along the way, and before they know it, another year has gone by and they aren't where they wanted to be. This is totally avoidable if you understand the long game and have a proven process to follow. Many p…
 
In Part 1 of our Anna Magnani Sampler, we explore a range of the legendary Italian actress's modes and moods: from the neorealism of Rossellini's Rome, Open City (1945) to the postmodernism of Renoir's The Golden Coach (1952); from a working-class mother's tragi-comic attempt to make her daughter into a neorealist child star in Visconti's Bellissim…
 
2021 was a crazy year for vacation rental owners. It seems like records were set across the board. While we don't have all the numbers from 2021, there is an over arching theme indicating that 2022 is stacking up to be very good for short term rental hosts. Experts saw demand for short term rentals in 2021 increase from the previous year by 22.4% b…
 
The Rat Tail Bunker is dead. Rest in Peace. Boys in Bolos are back after a holiday hiatus to recap Week 21 in the Premier League. Man City dominates at the top of the table while Chelsea, Liverpool, and surprise surprise, Arsenal, are mixing it up in the top four. With Conte steering the Tottenham ship in the right direction, United being mediocre …
 
Our Daniel Day-Lewis Acteurist Oeuvre-view gets started with the two 1985 films that established his range, giving a naturalistic portrayal of a working-class youth in the one and a caricature of an upper-class aesthete in the other: Stephen Frears' My Beautiful Laundrette, Hanif Kureishi's Oscar-nominated dark comedy about race, class, and sexuali…
 
It's 1938 and Warner Bros. is in its prime, and so is Bette Davis, just now moving into the kind of top-quality romantic melodramas in which she'd excel. No longer the studio of James Cagney, Joan Blondell, gangster heroes and Busby Berkeley spectacles, it's now the studio of Bette Davis, Errol Flynn, glossy melodramas and action-adventure heroes; …
 
For our Xmas 2021 episode, two bittersweet intellectual soap operas about forbidden love and sexual non-conformity in mid-20th century America, Douglas Sirk's All That Heaven Allows (1955), starring Jane Wyman and Rock Hudson, and Todd Haynes' Carol (2015), starring Rooney Mara and Cate Blachett. We talk about the interplay of satire and sincerity …
 
I hosted a live training last Friday to talk about the secrets we’ve learned making over 400 offers this year. I shared what’s working right now in the most competitive markets, and some hard-won wisdom on what hasn’t worked for us this year. If you’re looking to buy a vacation home in the next 6-12 months, you likely will need these secrets in ord…
 
Covid positive cases are coming in hot and heavy in the Premier League so we debate whether the League should take a break until the New Year so teams can properly contain the virus spreading. A bunch of games have already been postponed so game in hands are stacking up for the teams. Will it get bad enough to cancel the rest of the season? Follow …
 
We bid Margaret Sullavan a sad farewell with her two final films, Cry 'Havoc' (1943), a very dark WWII propaganda film with an all-female main cast in which the Battle of Bataan meets Stage Door, and No Sad Songs for Me (1950), a peak-crazy woman's picture in the mode of The Shining Hour with a slyly progressive screenplay by Howard Koch. Sullavan …
 
Vodyssey member Eli Grelecki shares their journey of the first year of vacation rental ownership. We talk about the ups and downs of competing to find a property in today's crazy real estate markets. We discuss the challenges and delays of completing a remodel in today's construction atmosphere. And ultimately what the end of the road looked like w…
 
For this week's Studios Year by Year, it's MGM 1938 and two aviation movies starring the King and Queen of Hollywood, Clark Gable and Myrna Loy. In Jack Conway's wildly entertaining Too Hot to Handle, Loy is a daredevil aviator with a sentimental mission and Gable an unscrupulous journalist who doesn't know whether he wants to exploit or worship he…
 
It is no secret that the short term rental market is getting more and more saturated & it is getting harder for hosts to stand out in these crowded markets. Today I am joined by one of the nations leading brand experts, David Flanagan. If you have listened to me long enough, it is no secret that I believe there is HUGE upside in the short term rent…
 
The Premier League fixtures are coming in hot and heavy with Week 14 & 15 jammed into a 5 day period. We recap the fixtures, talk about Arsenal's loss to United and Everton, Champions League midweek fixtures, and preview Week 16. We down here in the Rat Tail Bunker and Barbershop Studio. Ciao. follow the Boys in Bolos on Instagram - @boysinbolos bu…
 
Are you waiting for the universe to give you a sign that now is the time? That you're finally ready? That everything will work out the way it's supposed to if you just set the gears in motion? This is it. It's short. It's sweet. It might just be the kick in the pants you need today. Also, we're taking a break. Relax, catch up on the episodes you mi…
 
What do you think when you hear "eating disorder?" Probably 'bored rich white women obsessed with being skinny'. But anorexia & bulimia are way more than just striving to be beautiful - and they can also affect people from any background. Mostly, they're about control. In the throes of the lonely and aggressively over-indulgent holiday season, this…
 
Following the release of Emily Ratajkowski's book "My Body," I wanted to dig deeper into the VERY taboo choice for a woman to objectify herself for financial gain. My friend Anna Herrin (@annaherrin) has been a very successful, recognizable model for over 10 years. You've probably seen her wearing your favorite dress on Lulus and Free People, or na…
 
Which major eyewear company has a Chief Financial Officer with no credentials besides being a party magician? Which famous designer had their employees’ checks bounce every Friday? Which celebrity stylist installed security cameras in the office, just to catch assistants talking shit about her? Our first episode about the Fashion Industry was a rag…
 
We often think of government employees as the polar opposite of entrepreneurs. But what could happen if we teach them to think this way, transforming them into empowered employees? In this episode, we are joined by educator and entrepreneur Tom Darling. Tom serves the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico as a Division Manager of their Employee Learning …
 
For our penultimate Sullavan episode, two movies widely disparate in tone: John Cromwell's So Ends Our Night (1941), the fourth and final Sullavan appearance in an anti-Nazi film (and the second based on an Erich Maria Remarque novel); and Appointment for Love (1941), a less bitter Woman of the Year in which Sullavan revisits her Even Newer Woman c…
 
For Paramount 1938 we have two semi-comedic, quasi-historical tales of charming rogues, If I Were King (directed by Frank Lloyd, with a screenplay by Preston Sturges), starring Ronald Colman as medieval bohemian poet Francois Villon, and The Buccaneer (directed by frenemy of the podcast Cecil B. DeMille), starring Fredric March as Louisiana pirate …
 
Words can't describe how much you all mean to me, so as a big "THANK YOU so f*cking much for listening to this show" I'm letting you ASK ME ANYTHING! Some submitted questions include: What's my biggest regret? What makes me uncomfortable? What would people be surprised to learn about me? Am I bisexual? And most importantly, have I ever done drugs w…
 
Now is the time of year that most people begin to take their foot off the gas pedal. People tend to relax and begin to procrastinate during the holiday season. Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year's are holiDAYS not holiMONTHS. Most people start to relax, make excuses & push things off until the first of the year. You may even have a tendency to take…
 
Kate Demallie joins us from LA to discuss all things City, life after Pep, Champions League predictions, and her top 4 picks. It's a very special week since all our teams got the win and Jeff is far less depressed than normal. Just pure Conte vibes. #blessed Ciao. follow Kate on Instagram @demalliek follow the Boys in Bolos on Instagram @boysinbolo…
 
For our Noirvember episode, we look at four Anthony Mann noirs, Railroaded! (1947), T-Men (1947), Raw Deal (1948), and Side Street (1950). We follow Mann as he ascends from Poverty Row to a collaboration with one of film noir's most distinctive cinematographers, John Alton, to the big-time at MGM, with his protagonists only getting more sweaty and …
 
Elise Cranny is a professional runner for Nike and the Bowerman Track Club. Originally from Niwot, Colorado, she was a 12-time All-American at Stanford University and has been running professionally since 2019. Elise competed in the 5,000m at the Tokyo Olympics this summer, making her childhood dream a reality. She’s also a mentor for girls 13-22 y…
 
Whose boss lied that her dad was getting chemo to cover up an extramarital affair? What major media conglomerate made their employees survive off $19,000/year in NYC? Where does being over a size 6 and an A cup make you "fat?" Which famous designer refused to pay for $100,000 worth of samples? It's a juicy one this week, Angels: our anonymous contr…
 
This Universal 1937 episode stays paused on the pivotal moment in the studio's history, with another James Whale/Deanna Durbin pairing: Whale's last hurrah, The Road Back, and Durbin's second outing, One Hundred Men and a Girl. Whale's film, based on a Remarque novel about Germany between the wars (familiar territory for the pod), compromised by Na…
 
In this episode, Gary is joined by serial entrepreneur and public speaker Sirena Moore-Thomas. In the conversation, Sirena and Gary unpack her early life and how her experiences shaped her trajectory. As a single teenage mother of twins, raised in public housing, with no college degree, Sirena is the epitome of an unlikely entrepreneur. Her accompl…
 
Magic and fantastical elements can get kids reading. Young adult fantasy novels construct portals readers can get sucked into, and when they emerge, they often have more nuanced and keen insights for making or remaking the world around them. The parallels to contemporary society can even give kids another way to see themselves. In this episode, Meg…
 
Kriste Peoples is a Denver-based outdoor enthusiast and guide, runner, writer, and mindfulness meditation teacher. We talked about mindfulness, the power of nature, what it means to embrace the present moment, and so much more. CLICK HERE FOR MORE Connect with Kriste Website: kristepeoples.com Instagram: Instagram.com/kristepeoples LinkedIn: https:…
 
One of the biggest decisions that you have to make when purchasing a vacation rental is: What type of financing are you going to use? Today we interview Jeff Chisum from Northpoint Mortgage to help us understand the top 3 loans to help you fund your next vacation rental purchase. From traditional full doc loans, to no personal income qualifying ass…
 
In this week's Acteurist Oeuvre-view episode, Margaret Sullavan takes on the Nazis in Frank Borzage's The Mortal Storm (1940) and Fannie Hurst in Robert Stevenson's Back Street (1941). We discuss the subtleties and broad strokes of this early Hollywood depiction of Nazi Germany, Borzagean heroism, and performative fascism. Turning to Back Street, w…
 
Nuno out and Conte in. In a game aptly described as "El Sackio" between United and Tottenham, Spurs have sacked Nuno and brought in Conte. We discuss how that might play out in the short and long term. In other league business, Arsenal are winning again...West Ham are up there and surprisingly, Wolves seem to have found some form, beating strugglin…
 
Kara Hardman is a Construction Project Manager at Flintco, the Chief Fun Officer of WNDR Outdoors, and a curvy adventurer living in Colorado. Her favorite adventures include hiking with her adorable dog and kayaking. Kara has been in a plus-size body for many years and understands the thought work it takes to love yourself exactly as you are. In Ma…
 
...something that might be of interest. DTRT's very own Michael Legge - the especially angry one - has a book coming out VERY SOON. 'Strawberries To Pigs' is a collection of his writing from 2008 to 2020, and is also his way of apologising for inventing online anger and wrecking all our lives. Stories of romance, success and bravery are not include…
 
Halloween is always a good time to ponder the horror of incarnation, familial feeling, and our alienation from God. While there are strict horror movies that tackle these subjects, Ingmar Bergman definitely puts his own twist on them, and so we bring you Halloween with Bergman. In The Silence (1963), a woman dies in a hotel room in a foreign countr…
 
Have you ever considered using the tax law as a wealth building strategy? In today's episode, we interview Mike Pine from Pine Co CPAs, and we discuss just that. Mike shares a story from one of his many clients using taxes as a wealth building strategy who purchased a beach property and he helped them strategically set it up correctly. In doing so …
 
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