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Join New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods for your daily serving of liberty education! Guests include Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, David Stockman, and hundreds more, with topics like war, the Federal Reserve, net neutrality, the FDA, Austrian economics, and many other subjects of interest to libertarians. Join us!
 
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Athletico Mince

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Athletico Mince

Bob Mortimer & Andy Dawson

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Bob Mortimer and Andy Dawson's podcast - brass hands, blue drink and more. It's not really about football, d'you know what I mean? Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/athleticomince. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Join host Rivers Langley and his hilarious pals on an intrepid expedition through the world of ridiculous news items, oft-forgotten pop culture, deep dives on a theme, and whatever else on L.A.'s longest-running independent comedy podcast, "The Goods from the Woods"! "The Goods from the Woods" will leave you enlightened. It will leave you enraptured. You will find yourself changed, daddy! Also, you will laugh.
 
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The Derek Loudermilk Show

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The Derek Loudermilk Show

Derek Loudermilk: Professional Adventurer, Quantum Business Coach, Bestselling Author, Spiritual Explorer

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The Derek Loudermilk Show is your home for: Metaphysics, Adventure, Entrepreneurship, Spirituality, Science, and Peak Performance! This podcast is designed to bring you to a world class understanding and take you in-depth on these topics so you can expand your consciousness, transform your life, and get to the cutting edge. Derek Loudermilk is a professional adventurer, bestselling author, business strategist, and digital nomad. If you want to learn how to be a professional adventurer, liste ...
 
Lots and lots of movies have soundtracks. Some are classics. Some are bad. But the majority fall somewhere in between. This podcast is going to take a look at all of them (or, as many as I can). Every week I'll be covering a different movie that had an original motion picture soundtrack, and then digging into the album. One part film discussion, one part music discussion, the Soundtracker podcast is here to help you navigate the wide world of movies and music. In each episode, myself and a g ...
 
Island Ghost Radio is the show brought to you by members of Island Ghost Investigations of Long Island, NY. We are ghost hunters looking for answers. Our goal is to understand the paranormal, why it occurs and ultimately strive for clearer knowledge of the supernatural. Join us as we learn from others in the field, exchange ideas and have loads of fun doing it.
 
Podcast focused on improvements in Manufacturing and Enabling Manufacturing Technology. Hosted by Tristan Bailey, conversations provide lessons and insight from the people who have been working with best practice and growing their business. " When you need to climb a mountain, make friends on the path, as everything grows on the way up " New automation technology and digital transformation offer new ways to improve speed and profit. Business customer needs are forever in a state of change, s ...
 
The Twenty Minute VC (20VC) interviews the world's greatest venture capitalists with prior guests including Sequoia's Doug Leone and Benchmark's Bill Gurley. Once per week, 20VC Host, Harry Stebbings is also joined by one of the great founders of our time with prior founder episodes from Spotify's Daniel Ek, Linkedin's Reid Hoffman, and Snowflake's Frank Slootman. If you would like to see more of The Twenty Minute VC (20VC), head to www.20vc.com for more information on the podcast, show note ...
 
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The Hunt Fish Journal

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The Hunt Fish Journal

Greg,Dan and Jerry interview Lee and Tiffany Lakosky, Gregg Ritz, Harold Knight, Stan Potts, Fred Eichler, Al Lindner, Ron Lindner, Jimmy Houston, Grant Woods and many others as well as teach Scrape Methods for hunting whitetail deer

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The Hunt Fish Journal is a educational podcast hosted by Greg Barnhart, Dan Stapleton and Jerry Everhart with a passion for promoting archery, hunting and fishing in the great outdoors. Greg Barnhart is a custom wood worker with a great love of the outdoors, hunting and fishing. Greg started shooting archery around 14 years of age and was fascinated with the flight of the arrow from his youth. Greg started Deer hunting in 1978 in the Wayne National Forest in Southern Ohio. Greg is an avid Ba ...
 
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In this episode, The Goods from the Woods Boys are hangin' out with their good pal Seth Pomeroy! We start this one off with the breaking news that Hulk Hogan might be maybe ALLEGEDLY getting into Scientology. We then get into a hilarious series of stories involving men who pretended that they've been kindapped for myriad dumbass reasons. We rank th…
 
This week in the Security News Doug Chides: Chat-GPT, QNAP, Google FI, REDIS, Headcrab, Banner, GoodRx, Oracle, GoAnywhere, & more! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly Show Notes: https://securitywee…
 
Cyber insurance is a must-have, but organizations are finding that cyber insurance premiums are more costly, policies are more difficult to obtain, and policies attach more limitations and exclusions than before. We will discuss cyber insurance’s role in risk management and trends. Segment Resources: https://www.forrester.com/report/q-and-a-cyber-i…
 
In this reprise of a special episode, Greg Olear asks his talented friends Alison Weller, Robert Burke Warren, Diana Spechler, and Tom Gualtieri to read four of his narrative pieces on Jeffrey Epstein, Donald Trump, Jared Kushner, and Vladimir Putin. Plus: a better SCOTUS steakhouse. Subscribe to the PREVAIL newsletter: https://gregolear.substack.c…
 
Billy Derrick + Will Byrum + Trevor Hulan discussed the historically bad loss in Tuscaloosa on Tuesday night, the odd-looking starting lineup, Tyrin Lawrence's absence, the current state of the program, Coach Stackhouse's comments postgame & during his Thursday media availability, how far this program has fallen, the similarities to the end of the …
 
Co-governance could be in for a re-branding from the new Prime Minister. Chris Hipkins met with the Iwi Chair forum this morning at Waitangi, and told reporters there had been a lack of clarity around co-governance. Hipkins says he likes to think of it as mahitahi: working together. Newstalk ZB's Chief Political Reporter Aaron Dahmen told Heather d…
 
Today on Soundtracker, season 3 continues, as Scott Wampler (@ScottWamplerRIP) of The Kingcast (@kingcast19) and I continue our extra lengthy NATURAL BORN KILLERS discussion. In this episode, we talk about the prison riot, clickbait articles, and, of course, the soundtrack. Expect a lot of talk about problematic song titles, Trent Reznor and a whol…
 
Disbelief over Corrections' management of a convicted rapist who moved on to murder. Joseph Brider was sentenced to a life behind bars this week for killing his neighbour Juliana Herrera in her Christchurch home. It happened just 72 days after Brider had been released from Prison. The Parole Board referred him to an intensive rehab programme but Co…
 
In a recent survey on purple teaming, 89 percent of respondents who had used the method deemed purple teaming activities “very important” to their security operations. Purple teaming exercises conducted regularly have the power to improve collaboration across teams, ensure issues are identified and remediated more proactively, and provide a means t…
 
Ron talks to Dave Genz, better known as Mr. Ice Fishing. Wanna make a career ice fishing and get paid to do it? Find out how Dave Genz did it and why his time on the ice never gets old. Sponsored by: Minnesota Historical Society (https://www.mnhs.org/historyforum,) Kinetico (https://www.kineticoMN.com/,) Minnesota Propane Association “Clean America…
 
In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian and co-founder of The Hard Times, Bill Conway! We chat about an upcoming New Age conference being held at the LAX Hilton called "The Conscious Life Expo" that is quickly turning Q-Pilled. We also talk about the biggest sports scandals of all time and we try some dead stock energy…
 
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has completed his first 100 days in office. Rishi Sunak entered the role in a time of economic uncertainty and political experts feel like his progress leaves a lot to be desired. UK correspondent Enda Brady says costs of living are still going up, wages haven't kept up with inflation, and food and petrol costs are on …
 
Today is World Wetlands Day, and New Zealanders are being encouraged to preserve wetlands to celebrate. Just 9 percent of New Zealand's original wetlands remain, and Wellington and the Bay of Plenty are down to their last 3 percent. The Country's Jamie Mackay says we should be working harder to preserve the wetlands, as they act as nature's filter …
 
Today on The Huddle, Wellington ZB host Nick Mills and Jack Tame, host of ZB's Saturday Mornings and Q&A joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day- and more! What do we think of Saudi Arabia potentially sponsoring the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup? Will Australia and New Zealand's football associations boycott this choice or ign…
 
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has confirmed Princess Anne will be visiting New Zealand later this month. Princess Anne will be travelling to New Zealand at the request of the Army’s Royal New Zealand Corps of Signals, of which she is Colonel in Chief, to attend its 100th Anniversary celebrations. Barry Soper, ZB's senior political correspondent says…
 
Protesters gathered today at Cardinal George Pell's funeral, at Sydney's Saint Mary's Cathedral. The Catholic leader was convicted of molesting teen choirboys in 1996, before his conviction was quashed in the High Court in 2020. Protesters chanted slogans like "Pell go to Hell" and tied ribbons on the church fence. Australian correspondent Murray O…
 
Clean-up crews attempting to clear roads before the Waitangi long weekend are facing an uphill battle. Waka Kotahi warns travellers should plan ahead and expect delays, in light of the extreme damage wreaked by heavy rain in the North Island. State Highway 23 to Raglan and State Highway 1 from the Brynderwyns to Waipu in Northland aren't expected t…
 
The recent Auckland floods may be bad news for the economy. Hundreds of houses will need to be repaired, businesses are grappling with ruined stock, and the damages are estimated to be over a billion dollars. NZ Herald business editor at large, Liam Dann, says the Auckland floods have come at a bad time at this point in the current economic cycle. …
 
Police are proposing licensed firearms owners pay the costs for their attendance at a burglary. This proposal was included as part of the Arms Regulation: Review of Fees 2022, which was released in December and closes for consultation on 16 February. ACT's Firearms Reforms spokesperson, Nicole McKee says this will price people out of legal firearms…
 
The Motor Trade Association has a warning for people looking to privately purchase second-hand cars. Thousands of Aucklanders and people in Northern regions have had cars caught in this week's devastating floods and will be looking to replace their written-off vehicles. MTA Sector Manager Tony Everett says that it may be hard to spot a flood-damage…
 
FIFA is facing backlash from Australia and New Zealand's football associations over a possible Saudi sponsorship. FIFA is rumoured to be confirming Saudi Arabia's tourism authority as a sponsor for the 2023 Women's World Cup. This has prompted both organisations to write to FIFA to ask for "urgent clarification". Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave s…
 
An independent review into land use in Tairawhiti is now locked in. Ex-cyclone Hale left waterways and beaches littered with forest debris and slash a month ago. A forum meeting involving central and local Government, iwi, industry and Federated Farmers reached an agreement to investigate yesterday. Toby Williams from Federated Farmers says it'll b…
 
Let’s see if the outraged in football are going to back up their outrage with actual actions this time around. Once again, FIFA has proved it doesn’t care what anyone thinks and it’s chosen money over morals. It’s signed Saudi Arabia on as a sponsor of this Women’s Football World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Without telling Football Australia …
 
FIFA are facing backlash over their rumoured sponsor for the upcoming Women's World Cup. Visit Saudi, the official Saudi Arabia tourism authority may be selected to sponsor the event, despite criticism from human rights groups over the nation's treatment of women. Women's World Cup co-hosts New Zealand Football and Football Australia have written t…
 
This week we’re joined by Colin Parent, Executive Director of Circulate San Diego, to talk about their new report Fast Bus! How San Diego Can Make Progress by Speeding Up the Bus. We chat about some of the big things happening in San Diego and how the region can promote and support buses. OOO Follow us on twitter @theoverheadwire Follow us on Masta…
 
Insurers are warning it could be years before all the Auckland flood-related claims are settled. The Insurance Council has had to bring in extra staff to get through the 15,000 claims- and they anticipate that as a start. Insurance Council spokesperson Christian Judge says that the floods were a massive climate event that impacted most of the North…
 
Alex Bouaziz is the Co-Founder and CEO @ Deel, the all-in-one platform made to simplify all things HR, built for global teams near and far. In the last year alone, Alex has scaled Deel from $57M in ARR to $295M, EBITDA positive since Sept 2022, 85%+ gross margins, and over $5BN paid out to 250,000 people. Alex has raised over $679M with Deel, prici…
 
Teachers across England and Wales are expected to strike on the first day of planned industrial action for better pay. It has been estimated that at least 23,000 schools will be closed during these strikes, forcing 4.5 million children to miss a day of education. UK correspondent Kay Oliver says that this is part of a bigger wave of industry strike…
 
An economist says an extension of the fuel tax discount is dumb policy. It will be extended until the end of June alongside discounted road user charges and half price public transport fares. Infometrics Principal Economist Brad Olsen says the Government has done a complete turn around on this. He says it's not directly targeting those worse off an…
 
January 2023 has presented a strong start to the year for the financial markets. Key players such as The Dow, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq have all reported increases over the last month. Milford Asset Management's Sam Trethewey says investors have increased confidence in the current market for three big reasons. These include economic hub China reo…
 
There are suggestions the next Official Cash Rate increase will be 50 basis points. Latest figures from the December quarter show the unemployment rate has risen slightly to 3.4 percent, which was higher than expected. It's sparked speculation from major banks that the next OCR hike to cool inflation will be lower, rather than the predicted 75 basi…
 
New data from Centrix shows that 400,000 people ended last year behind on paying their bills. The number of people in debt from missed home loan payments and household bills has gone up by 10 percent from 2021. However, as more people go into debt, charities designed to help low-income Kiwis back on their feet are expecting to lose Government fundi…
 
On today's edition of The Huddle, Georgina Stylianou, Director of Government Relations firm BRG and Trish Sherson from Sherson Willis PR joined in on a discussion about the following topics: What do we make of Wayne Brown's ongoing response to the Auckland floods, especially after his latest interaction with a Herald journalist and relationship to …
 
Well as far election bribes go, I’ll have this one, thank you! Good move from Chris Hipkins extending the fuel tax discount through to June. To be fair, he had no choice. He could hardly start adding tax back onto fuel in the middle of cost of living crisis, could he? Honestly, I’m a little surprised by the conversation this afternoon, to hear how …
 
There's relief now the sun's shining above Auckland, but the region isn't out of the wet yet. Auckland is still in a state of emergency after Friday's deluge, which closed roads, caused slips, and toppled homes. Auckland Council says more than 2300 rapid building assessments have been completed since Saturday. More than 160 homes have been red-stic…
 
The storm clouds may have passed Auckland, but the region isn't out of the woods yet. Tamaki Makaurau will remain in a state of emergency for the rest of the week, and road closures and slips are still an issue. The Education Ministry now says schools can open from tomorrow, if possible. Auckland Transport's group manager for Metro Services, Darek …
 
The Reserve Bank may be able to pull back its heavy lifting of interest rates to manage inflation. Unemployment edged up to 3.4 percent in the December quarter with inflation stubborn at 7.2 percent. ASB's Senior Economist says it shows the economy isn't as hot as the Reserve Bank had feared early this year. Mark Smith says factors suggest the labo…
 
The Transport Minister says extending the fuel tax discount isn't an election year bribe. It'll continue alongside half priced public transport and discounted road user charges until the end of June. Michael Wood says it's a quick way to directly reduce cost of living pressures for struggling Kiwis. He says the $700 million dollars it'll cost comes…
 
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has extended fuel tax cuts and half-priced public transport until June 30th. This is a reversal of an earlier Government decision to scrap these offerings by the end of March. ZB's senior political correspondent Barry Soper says this will likely add to inflation, as the extra money saved will be sucked into the economy …
 
The US is being affected by a nationwide egg shortage, and prices are surging. A deadly outbreak of avian flu has tightened the worldwide egg supply, and inflation has forced up the price of eggs from $2 ($3.11 NZD) to $7 ($10.87). US correspondent Dan Mitchinson says this makes it harder for US consumers to be able to purchase affordable protein, …
 
Wallabies coach Eddie Jones has promised that the Wallabies will claim a Bledisloe Cup victory over the All Blacks in August. In his first appearance to the media of his current contract, Eddie Jones says the team is 'after the All Blacks', and if they can take down New Zealand, they'll be in a good position for the Rugby World Cup. Sportstalk host…
 
A supermarket owner-operator has quickly cracked down on cruise ship crew planning to clear their store out of eggs. Four Square Port Chalmers has a one carton per customer limit during the nationwide egg shortage. But a cruise ship sent in the captain and 22 crew members to buy a carton each. Aaron Challis caught on to the ploy - and says it was e…
 
We hear a lot of anecdotal data about young people struggling, about the problems of high prices and low wages, and millennials living with their parents. I wanted to know how true this was in general, and if it was, what was causing it. So I invited Gene Epstein, King of Data, to join us to get to the bottom of it. Sponsor: Omaha Steaks, where the…
 
A $10M ransom demand to Riot Games, a DoS in BIND and why there's no version 10, an unexpected refactor at Twilio, insights in Rust from the git security audit, SQL Slammer 20 years later, the SQLMap tool We talk with Dr. David Movshovitz about There Is No Average Behavior! Segment Resources: White paper: https://www.reveal.security/lp/white-paper/…
 
This week Dr. Doug talks: Chat-GPT, Graphing calculators, Swiftslicer, VRealize, Google play, KeePass, Huawei, Github, flying cars, Jason Wood, and More on the Security Weekly News! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.face…
 
What keeps the cyber C-Suite up at night? What are their main priorities, and how do they articulate them to board? In this session, we’ll go behind the screens and find out what CISOs from all over the world really think in terms of making turning cyber risk into business risk. This segment is sponsored by Mimecast. Visit https://securityweekly.co…
 
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