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Welcome to "The Auto Bid" This is your go to for everything on mid major hoops! We will keep you up to date on the latest news from your favorite mid major conferences including analysis and interviews with some amazing players and coaches! Share, like, subscribe and join us on this journey to selection Sunday!
 
In July of 2019, Jeremy made the fortuitous decision to make the only bid on an abandoned storage unit. At first disappointed by no apparent treasure, what he discovered instead is a trove of the most extensive documentation of seemingly unexplainable events he’s ever seen. Join him on his journey of discovery through the horrific, paranormal, and downright unusual events of each podcast episode and sink into the frightening reality that lurks just beneath the skin of our everyday lives.The ...
 
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Fantasy Football Today

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Fantasy Football Today

CBS Sports, Fantasy Football, Rookies, Rankings

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Donate to St. Jude as part of our Draft-A-Thon! Bid on pre-draft calls with our experts, a spot in our Podcast League, a guest spot on our show and more! https://ebay.to/3p4Dc3Z Want to dominate your league and earn Fantasy Football bragging rights? Join host Adam Aizer, analysts Dave Richard, Jamey Eisenberg, Heath Cummings, and the rest of our crew throughout the year. Start or Sit, Waiver Wire, Buy or Sell, Grade the Trade, Fantasy Cops to settle your league disputes and mailbag episodes ...
 
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Scribble Talk

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Scribble Talk

Baskar Sundaram and Ashley Kayes

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At Baachu Scribble, our mission is to DEMOCRATISE THE BIDDING KNOWLEDGE, sharing best free bid and proposal content in the known universe. One way we will be accomplishing this goal is through our NEW Podcast - Scribble TALK. Scribble Talk is a weekly show produced by Baachu Scribble and hosted by Ashley Kayes and myself, Baskar Sundaram.​ Every week, we will be sitting down with our industry veterans to share their stories, discuss their career, and learn how to make an impact in the indust ...
 
Quiz, trivia, fun for lovers of table quizzes and trivia nights everywhere. The players navigate 5 rounds of general knowledge in a bid to win the Rock of Knowledge with host, Luke Ryan. We also release some Inquizition Quick Quizzes for you to play along with at home!
 
A discussion about vintage cars, the lifestyle, events, and the market that drives them. Your hosts Brad DeSantis, Derek Shiekhi, and Jeff Sutton all come from varied backgrounds in the world of cars and bring their unique perspectives to each topic covered. Tune in weekly for new stories, vintage car tales, market discussions, and the occasional guest.
 
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Pivot

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Pivot

New York Magazine

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Every Tuesday and Friday, tech journalist Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
The Bid is designed to adhere to today’s trends and news, society references, resource and outlook. Beware 🤬 Explicit Content 🔞 Follow the official Instagram Page ..... @__Freemason___ @pluto_mar. 🎦 Lots of shit talk !!!
 
Show host Nicholas Penrake talks to some wonderful people in film and TV, from those just breaking through to those breaking higher, in a bid to learn more about the elusive magic that gets a film off the ground, gets it looking and sounding great.
 
Are you the biggest TV and Movie fan? Put your fandom to the test in biggest battle outside of Hollywood. What's the Bid? is an online game show that airs live every Tuesday on Zocial Gaming Network's Facebook page. Watch as three contestants put their trivia skills to the test each week. You can also watch episodes on ZGN's Roku channel. #WhatstheBid #GameShow #ZocialGamingNetwork
 
When did the word “robot” enter the English language? When did the famous Sears catalogue finally bid us all adieu? On ‘This Week in Business History,’ host Scott Luton connects the dots as he leads us down memory lane, shining a light on some of the most significant leaders, companies, innovations – and even lessons learned – from our collective business history. Tune in for some of the most relevant business and global supply chain events from years past. You never know when the events of ...
 
Every weekday our global network of correspondents makes sense of the stories beneath the headlines. We bring you surprising trends and tales from around the world, current affairs, business and finance—as well as science and technology. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
J Stone aka Stonah4rmThaTown will be bringing you Town Bidness, every Thursday where he will be discussing unique stories about his life growing up in Compton, his membership into one of the biggest Piru gangs in Compton, the Fruit Town Pirus, his near death experience after getting shot in the neck, and all his life experiences as a young black man growing up in Compton.
 
James Johnson and Phil Smith from The Jaguars Wire (USA Today) bring you the best and most up to date Jacksonville Jaguars news. "Touchdown Jaguars!" is a tribute to the prospective ownership group "Touchdown Jacksonville!" In 1991, the NFL announced plans to add two expansion teams and "Touchdown Jacksonville!" announced its bid for a team, and Jacksonville was ultimately chosen as one of five finalists. In November 1993, the NFL owners voted 26–2 in favor of awarding the 30th franchise to ...
 
Winning government contracts is, well, different from selling other markets. But, many of the myths about government selling are simply not true. In the Myths of Selling to Government podcast, we reveal the secrets about winning government contracts that only top performers know. Myths of Selling to Government is designed for busy sales professionals of all levels who seek success building their government sales pipeline and closing deals with local, state, and federal government. That, desp ...
 
We travel the world meeting fun and interesting people everywhere, whether it's in our 40ft RV towing our Jeep, a cruise, an all-inclusive resort or just getting away, we always have fun. A blended family, Lisa adopted George's boys after his wife passed away and George and Lisa married. Making for 4 kids, 2 boys and 2 girls lots of crazy children raising stories and ideas. This podcast you will find great travel tips and stories, a little bid of real estate info and lots of great parenting ...
 
Best friends Joel and Matt are the co-hosts of How to Money which is all about providing the knowledge & tools that normal folks need to thrive in areas like debt payoff, DIY investing, and crucial money tricks that will provide continuous help along your journey. We believe that access to unbiased and jargon-free personal finance guidance is more necessary than ever before. When you handle your money in a purposeful, thoughtful way that works for your lifestyle, you can really start living ...
 
In her freshman year of college, Lucy Taylor accepted a bid into a “top-tier” sorority, a decision which altered the trajectory of her college experience entirely. After sharing her own Greek life horror story in season one of SNAPPED, Lucy received an outpour of messages from current or former sorority and fraternity members willing to share their own troubling and often traumatic stories for season two. These brave listeners paint an intricate picture of the rampant sexual assault, slut-sh ...
 
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Find out how much a 2004 Ferrari 364 Challenge Stradale is worth on BaT. Bid Nerds is your daily nerd out on the most interesting car of the day from all the online automotive auction websites like Bring a Trailer, Cars and Bids, PCAR Market, Marqued, Shiftgate and more. Join hosts John Polnik @producerjohn and Michael Deeb @themcdeeb @bidnerds Tod…
 
Yes yes Ya'll. We've got a lot in store for you on this episode. Do you like the band Pavement? Maybe Sasquatch is more your style? Do you want to hear the freshest jams in all of the land? Look no further you've found THE source for all this and more. This episode's feature is non other than Spiral Stairs of Pavement fame. Come check out some tast…
 
With inflation at the highest level in decades and volatility continuing to surge, equity investors are questioning their next moves. Tony DeSpirito, BlackRock's CIO of U.S. Fundamental Equities, looks at how inflation is impacting the economy and underappreciated opportunities. This material is for informational purposes and is prepared by BlackRo…
 
Eleven gold-laden days have come to an end for the New Zealand team at the Commonwealth Games. The event came to a close in Birmingham this morning - with squash duo Joelle King and Amanda Landers-Murphy bagging our 20th and final gold medal. And the bevy of brilliant performances have not only given us plenty to celebrate - they're adding weight t…
 
Charlotte Rees has worked in the bidding profession for nearly a decade, starting her journey as a bid and proposals apprentice for an engineering company. She has worked across several industries including IT services, facilities management and construction, and is currently an Associate Director Bid Manager, working within professional services a…
 
In this episode, host Bidemi Ologunde spoke with Dr. Tobi Owotomo, a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Athletic Trainer who works for the Oklahoma City Thunder, a professional basketball team in the National Basketball Association in the United States. The conversation started with ice breakers such as the first job on her resume; how her friends and …
 
As Russia’s campaign in the eastern Donbas region loses steam, our correspondent finds Ukraine’s efforts to recapture Kherson are gaining momentum. But at what cost? India is notorious for its staggering road-death statistics; we ask what is being done to improve them. And the two surprising factors that predict how worried people are about climate…
 
The names are familiar but the establishment-choice and rabble-rouser roles are reversed. That the vote was along class lines rather than ethnicity marks an important shift. Will the result stand? For years Mexico was seen merely as a conduit for illegal drugs; now it has a growing user base as well. And the rising number of Americans bringing guns…
 
The names are familiar but the establishment-choice and rabble-rouser roles are reversed. That the vote was along class lines rather than ethnicity marks an important shift. Will the result stand? For years Mexico was seen merely as a conduit for illegal drugs; now it has a growing user base as well. And the rising number of Americans bringing guns…
 
Roxane Gay joins Kara as guest co-host! They discuss the growing threats of violence following the FBI’s search of Mar-A-Lago and Salman Rushdie's recovery after his on-stage attack. Also, Amazon turns surveillance into reality TV, and Al Franken endorses Liz Cheney. Friend of Pivot Ken Burns discusses his latest work, “The U.S. and the Holocaust.”…
 
Here at The Storage Papers, we aim to bring you great content, so between our regularly-scheduled episodes, we thought we'd share the premier episode of another podcast with California-based roots that aligns with an element of strangeness not too dissimilar to our own show. Hope you enjoy! Jake Fisher discovers a secret town hidden in the far reac…
 
One of the country's largest travel agencies say international bookings are back to 90 percent of what they were pre-Covid. Flight Centre says the rebound has been remarkable. But there are a few teething problems as the travel and aviation industry tries to meet demand quick smart - with workers scarce and the need to train people meaning it canno…
 
The Police Commissioner says many children have been let down by police responses to abuse in state care. It was the police force's turn to front the Royal Commission on Abuse in Care today, to explain their role in a state care system that saw thousands of children abused and neglected. Jamie Tahana is following the hearing.…
 
Members of Christchurch's Linwood community are horrified a white supremacist is standing for a local school board. Philip Arps was jailed for 21 months for sharing footage of the Christchurch terror attacks. His attempt to make it onto the board of multi-cultural Te Aratai College has led to calls for election rules to be tightened, as Jean Edward…
 
Auckland Council's big transport plan to get people on their bikes or feet has big aims but faces the challenge of getting residents on board. The plan aims to get people out of their cars if the trip they're taking is less than six kilometres. Our reporter Louise Ternouth and cameraman Nick Monro hit the streets to see how it's going down.…
 
Fed up Rotorua business owners believe the amount of emergency housing in the city is contributing to a recent spate of ram raids. There have been well over 400 raids nationally in the past 12 months, and Bay of Plenty businesses are among those most targeted. Frustrated locals have met with police and community leaders to talk about how bad things…
 
The Labour Party has suspended MP Gaurav Sharma from the caucus effective immediately. The caucus held a special meeting this afternoon to decide what to do with the Hamilton West MP, who has accused his colleagues of bullying. Prime Minister and leader of the Labour Party Jacinda Ardern says the decision was reached after what she called repeated …
 
IT'S a mystery that spanned decades, full of fake identities, murders, and kidnappings. In April 1990, when Tonya Hughes was killed after a hit-and-run incident in Oklahoma City, the FBI revealed that her so-called husband, Clarence Hughes, was actually her father. Coming forward to tell authorities what she knew, Tonya’s former best friend, Jennif…
 
In this episode of This Week in Business History, Kelly Barner shares the story of Julia Child’s life, from military service to the first cooking show to be hosted by a woman. Most of us know so much about her show, The French Chef, that we don’t know anything else about her life’s journey – but it was as unpredictable as the rise of a novice’s sou…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, how to prevent a war between America and China over Taiwan, thanks to Vladimir Putin, Germany has woken up (10:20), and Britain’s summer of discontent (18:40). Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: …
 
Donate to St. Jude as part of our Draft-A-Thon! Bid on pre-draft calls with our experts, a spot in our Podcast League, a guest spot on our show and more! https://ebay.to/3p4Dc3Z What a start for Dameon Pierce, George Pickens and Jalen Hurts! We'll get to all of the biggest winners and losers from Preseason Week One. First, a round of "Hey, Real Qui…
 
Rights for women and girls have regressed by decades; the economy is cratering. Yet, for many rural Afghans, things are actually better than they were before America scarpered. Silicon Valley types once righteously spurned the military-industrial establishment—now they’re queuing up to fund defence startups. And the surprising truth about the most …
 
Rights for women and girls have regressed by decades; the economy is cratering. Yet, for many rural Afghans, things are actually better than they were before America scarpered. Silicon Valley types once righteously spurned the military-industrial establishment—now they’re queuing up to fund defence startups. And the surprising truth about the most …
 
We’re getting a little nerdy on the show today with Allison Schrager who is our favorite author on the subject of risk. She’s an economist, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a columnist at Bloomberg Opinion, and co-founder of LifeCycle Finance Partners which is a risk advisory firm. Allison has had a varied career from working in finance,…
 
It's a scenario most of us can relate to - getting caught short; needing the loo and not being able to find one you can use. That is without having to go into a cafe or fast food chain and buy something you don't want just so you can take a pit stop without getting the side eye. That's all about to change in Nelson at least - its launching a new sc…
 
The issue of ram raids, smash and grabs and brawls involving young people isn't going away. The government's rolled out a crime package to help store owners, but also says prevention is key to stop them happening. The National Party has promised if it comes to power next year, it will assign job coaches for those under 25, who are on a job seeker b…
 
Pressure is mounting for buy now pay later schemes to be regulated, with fears they're a 'ticking time bomb' for vulnerable people. Services like Afterpay, Laybuy, and ZipPay are interest free with repayments staggered over several weeks and late fees if a payment is missed. But research shows 90 percent of people using them have other debts. and 2…
 
Just who will coach the All Blacks in their next test remains a mystery. Incumbent New Zealand coach Ian Foster admits he has "no idea" if Saturday's 35-23 win over South Africa will be enough to save his job. The win ended a three match losing run but means they've still only won two of their last seven tests. Foster returns home to face an New Ze…
 
Exploited, bonded to unreasonable debts, living in slum like conditions and denied religious and cultural freedoms. That's the conditions workers face under the government's Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme according to an investigation carried out by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commissioner. Under the RSE programme employees from mainly pa…
 
The Labour Party caucus is getting together this week for a crisis meeting to discuss backbencher Gaurav Sharma's behaviour. Sharma is doubling down on his claims MP-on-MP bullying is rife at Parliament. On Monday afternoon he shared screenshots of messages he claims are from fellow MPs also alleging bullying by Labour's former whip. Our political …
 
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the newly released Transport Emissions Reduction Plan is "hugely ambitious, but I'm told that it is achievable". He said it's only achievable with the buy-in of Aucklanders. "The public at the moment is saying to us, you need to do more and you need to do it faster. The crunch point comes of course when we start to aff…
 
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