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An ex-FBI agent, ex-actor, and ex-Mormon walk into a bar...what happens next? Challenge assumptions, express ideas, and further examine issues while sharing the experience of being curious, observant, expressive people who enjoy communicating in-depth, and busting each other's balls.
 
Insights and resources for Christian leaders to deepen your relationship with Christ, the congregation and your local community. The church and your community need you to lead. LeaderCast covers faith topics that trip us up, hold us back, and guide us forward…all so you can lead a movement of Jesus followers.
 
The Montreal Bias is a Habs-centric podcast hosted by Sean O’Neill and Zach Vanasse. The Montreal Bias delivers all the Bruins bashing, Leafs mocking and Sens lambasting a Canadiens fan could ever want, and it’s all served up with plenty of solid hockey sense, bad manners and impeccable taste.
 
BIASed is a collection of stories focused on addressing common industry challenges, best practices, and cutting-edge solutions through interviews with our industry experts as well as other subject matter experts. Our goal is to provide valuable insight around Cloud, Managed Services and Database Management that your organization can leverage. We hope our stories inspire you and serve as a useful learning resource. Subscribe today!
 
Confirmation Bias is the second vodcast presented by The League Ambassadors. Every real sports fan has a bias that they are looking to confirm. The Ambassadors bring that tendency to the forefront by exploring what’s happening in all sports (whether popular or not) and asking the question “Was your bias confirmed?” The homeboy hilarity, unabashed opinions and fervent sports enthusiasm of The League Ambassadors is running all thru this 30 minute show.
 
FREEDOM OF SPEECH SPORTS was founded by Luis Orlando Gonzalez to give a voice back to the fan. To give voice to the ex player who knows the game better than the guy on TV who has his position not thru experience but thru his piece of paper and hard work and given the proper chance anyone, myself included ,wishes they had. To give voice to the cheerleader or dancer who knows the game loves the game and understands it so much they got themselves the best seats in the house. This site, This for ...
 
Admissible Bias (A/B) takes on subjects, ideas, and even conspiracy theories each episode. They hit categories from the sports world, pop culture, music, entertainment, and more. Rick and Jay both want to push the culture forward, but how they go about it can lead to a differentiation of ideas. Their highly opinionated, SEO educated, and social media substantiated views always show us that there are multiple sides and layers to every story. Rick and Jay lean into the bias, sprinkle in their ...
 
Paul Sullivan is the founder of BIAS, an award-winning inbound marketing agency. This podcast focuses on marketing, business development, technology and personal development for those that are involved in starting, running or developing a business. I get the real information that provides value and can be contentious but real. Look out for interviews with fellow entrepreneurs and business leaders whose journeys will provide insight and inspiration. If you would like me to cover specific issu ...
 
For the ridiculous. For the absurd. CONFIRMATION BIAS will entertain, force you to argue, and most importantly, make sense of and improve upon the human condition. I will get overly-emotional and riled up about those things that appear to not matter, but when you take a step back, have more lessons to teach than you might think. Pack a lunch - let's go. ***The views expressed in CONFIRMATION BIAS are the author’s personal views and are not endorsed by my employer nor do they represent the vi ...
 
50/50 is a series of hour long interviews with controversial subjects. The aim of this show is to conduct those interviews in the most biased manner possible...in both directions. The first 30 minutes of each interview is as cordial as possible with nothing but soft-balls. The last 30 minutes is as contentious as possible. Email: mattorchard5050@gmail.com
 
Follow me, Dave Smith (@SmitDawgTrill) on my journey to be known as one of the most controversial, opinionated, podcasters in the world. I'm on a mission to prove I don't need a degree in Mass Communications or Journalism to be one of the best Radio Hosts out here! I will leave no stone unturned, I will hold no punches, and anybody could get roasted in any episode. No one is safe. Welcome to The Recency Bias Podcast! Enjoy! Listener discretion is advised. There is profane language, so headph ...
 
In the medical world, I'm an internist and primary care doctor at Johns Hopkins. I see patients, do research on decision-making, uncertainty, and patient-doctor communication; I teach with residents; and I write about the complexities of healthcare. In the non-medical world, I write in English and Yiddish, translating as well between both languages. I publish poetry, short stories, and essays/journalism.
 
We're on the quest to uncover the world's greatest thoughts. By collecting ideas from a wide range of disciplines, we're piecing together the framework each person should develop to live a curious and exciting life. We don't stop there. Without doing, thoughts are worthless. We share with you exciting new hobbies and adventures to inspire you to challenge yourself to tackle new things. Over time these thoughts and activities stack on top of each other, creating a stronger you and a better co ...
 
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Hi everyone! I'm back! Yay! This week's episode is about MacNolia Cox and her spelling bee career. I so enjoyed getting to learn more about her story and giving her the honor she earned early on in her life. I hope you enjoy listening! I'd love to hear what you think of this episode. Please feel free to reach out to the podcast email at biasbender@…
 
Hi everybody and welcome to this week’s episode of Attendance Bias. This week’s guest is the Director of Marketing for AA minor-league baseball team, the Somerset Patriots, Hal Hansen. If you’ve ever played a trivia game between innings, watched a bunch of sausages race around the bases, or caught a t-shirt launched by an air cannon at a Somerset P…
 
In different seasons of life, rest, relaxation, and play look different. What is fun when you’re a parent of small children and serving youth in the church...during a pandemic? Join Sam Heaton as he shares his experience of leading, loving, and living as a follower of Jesus in the midst of seasons filled with change. If you ever found yourself worn…
 
Liz Gural is a registered dietitian working in the private practice setting. Liz has dedicated her career as a RD to working with clients who have eating disorders (past/present, diagnosed and undiagnosed), clients who experience disordered eating, clients who want to better their relationship with food and body image, and clients looking to learn …
 
Hoyt Richards was the first male "super model" travelling the world for shoots with the likes of Naomi Campbell and Cincy Crawford, while at the same time returning to New York to live in a cult leader's New York apartment where he slept in a closet and handed over all his earnings. Hoyt joins us to tell his tale of nearly 20 years enmeshed in a po…
 
A midsummer dream or nightmare? Well, for Giants and Dodgers fans it could be either, but luckily West Coast Bias Baseball Podcast is back to offer insight on everything from no-hitter curses to player predictions, new uniforms, ignobility, Big Sexy updates, and everything in between. Are the Giants really in first? This must be a fever dream. Join…
 
Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on NHL Network Radio, where he joined the Hot Stove — with hosts Dennis Bernstein, Dave Pagnotta, and Ryan Paton — to discuss all the latest news surrounding the LA Kings, including their recent acquisition of Viktor Arvidsson, when Alex Turcotte might arrive in the NHL, the team’s latest prospect rankings, who the…
 
Episode Notes Social distancing is over! Derek, Grayson, and Vinny are back with a jammed pact episode filled with life updates, a horrifying centipede story, and of course some talk about Grayson’s favorite companies. Recorded 7/15/2021. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @slightlybiased_. Also, check out our home on the web at www.slig…
 
Hello everybody and welcome to this week’s episode of Attendance Bias. This week’s guest is the host of The Bar Line Shift on HomeGrown radio, Amanda Cadran. As you’ll hear Amanda explain, HomeGrown Radio is an internet radio station with deep ties to the Railroad Earth family and Amanda’s show features a thematic playlist made up of everything fro…
 
Let's Play When was the last time you stopped and played? If you’re thinking, “C’mon, kids, play. Adults don’t play,” stick with us to learn why play is so important. To begin, let’s define what we’re talking about. Play is time spent without purpose. According to Dr. Stuart Brown, there are reasons why adults need play: Because we’re created to pl…
 
In this weeks solo episode I share my thoughts on Valerie Bertinelli's emotional response to fat shaming. Her vulnerable response had me reflecting on times when I was fat shamed. But it also reminded me that no one has to justify their body to anyone. In this episode I share my thoughts on healthism, body autonomy and what fitness instructors need…
 
Hello everybody and welcome to this week’s episode of Attendance Bias. This week’s guest is trumpet for DC-based bands, Skyscrapers and the Monumental Brass Quintet, Mike Lowe. As Mike’s band played their first gigs and figured out their sound as indie jam rock, COVID hit and the band had to take a forced hiatus from the stage. But as you’ll hear h…
 
Let’s chat about joy for a second. What brings you joy? When you listen to a group of Christ-centered leaders, share their wisdom on rest, relaxation, and play, it creates an atmosphere of encouragement. This week, in part 2 of “What’s your best wisdom for rest, relaxation, and play?” nine different leaders explore the challenges of rest and the jo…
 
It is summer time and there is a ton of marketing around "Summer Bodies" and "Beach Bodies". What is a summer body? In this weeks solo episode I share my thoughts on summer bodies, beach bodies and calling people 'brave". In this episode we talk about shameful marketing around beach bodies and summer bodies Beach bodies and summer bodies on social …
 
Follow @mayorNHL Enjoy a free replay of this week’s Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Network Radio, where John Hoven joined host Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon to discuss a myriad of topics, including: the LA Kings acquisition of forward Viktor Arvidsson, Drew Doughty next season, another move coming soon from Los Angeles, playoff possibilities for next season, the upc…
 
Hi everybody, and welcome to Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brian Weinstein. My guest today on Attendance Bias is sound engineer, Phish.net contributor, and the man responsible for the recent remastering of previously unreleased Phish recordings, Jeff Goldberg. Jeff chose to discuss the legendary Phish show from July 8, 1994 at Great Woods in Man…
 
Zach’s dog Dixie isn’t the only one afraid of the lightning/Lightning on this episode of the morning after mini-pod. The Habs are going to need to make some big adjustments if they hope to punch back against TB after a very strong game 1 from the defending champs.Av Montreal Canadiens fans for Montreal Canadiens fans
 
Lee Clay joins us to discuss the identity and ego challenges that came with a transition out of a successful entertainment career and into a new career in impact financial advising. How does identity play on the ways in which we perceive ourselves and our willingness to make necessary changes in life? Why do we cling to ego-based identity, and to t…
 
What is fun for you? Yes, we’re really asking. Here’s why: this week and next, the episodes are filled with fun and joy. You’ll hear from 16 leaders over the next two weeks. Each one shares their insights in joy-filled ways, even when they struggle with rest, relaxation, and play. As we dive into part 1 of this 2-part mini-series, we hope you’ll re…
 
The fitness industry needs to do a better job at creating safe and inclusive spaces for all bodies. What can fitness instructors do (and not do) in order to better serve our community and do not harm. In this weeks solo episode I share my "dirty dozen". A list of 12 things we need to stop doing and/or start doing In this episode we talk about the t…
 
In this episode Berto and I speak on the ever expanding scene of Natural bodybuilding and Powerlifitng. Nutrition at the highest level for each sport. Finding balance across sports and mesh points. Berto wants medicare for all lifters ;) Delaney Wallace highlight (We recorded this right before Nationals) Spicy lightning round. Normative morality.…
 
Hi everybody, and welcome to Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brian Weinstein. My guest today on Attendance Bias is Nate Tobey of Northern California. Nate chose to discuss August 2, 2003 at the Loring Air Force Base in Limestone, Maine. If this date sounds familiar to you, it is because it is the first day of the IT festival. IT was my first overn…
 
Rest, relaxation, and play are possible...even with demanding schedules. Ministry and leadership are demanding. There's no way around that fact. But, ministry and leadership are life-giving when we care for ourselves as leaders. In today's short episode we offer two ideas to make rest, relaxation, and play possible in your life. And they’re easier …
 
How can we rise above the noise of diet culture and be resilient? On todays episode we talk with Canadian Fit Pro Jenni Morse. Originally from Toronto, Jenni Morse spent 10 years touring Canada and the United States with various contemporary and cultural dance companies. In 2013 she moved to Montreal to further pursue her career in dance. It was th…
 
Hi everybody, and welcome to Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brian Weinstein. My guest today on Attendance Bias is the creator of the Phish Stats website and the author of “This Has All Been Wonderful: A Travel Monologue from Summer 1994, the Year Phish Became Phish,” David “Zzyzx” Steinberg. Jeff chose to discuss the Phish show from September 22,…
 
We have a big question, but a short episode for you this week. It continues our theme of rest, relaxation, and play. Here it is: What are the ingredients for joy and meaning in your life? “Ingredients for Joy and Meaning,” is all about taking a moment to name what it looks like when things are going really well in your family. Said just a bit diffe…
 
Diet culture disrupter and change-maker Dr Maggie Landes joins the show to day and we talk about a turning point in Maggies life that made her question her education and go back to school after already being a board certified physical, Weight stigma in health care, How we can raise children in this diet culture world and so much more Dr. Landes is …
 
This week we are talking about Hattie McDaniel and her famous, complicated acting career. If you have any thoughts about this episode or the podcast in general, I'm all ears. You can reach me at the podcast email, biasbender@gmail.com, or on instagram or facebook, which are both @biasbender. I'm always curious to hear what your thoughts are! Please…
 
Follow @mayorNHL Enjoy a free replay of this week’s Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Network Radio, where John Hoven joined host Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon to discuss all the latest news surrounding the LA Kings, including: summer roster plans, interest level in Jack Eichel, trade possibilities, making the playoffs next season, the how LA is setting things up for t…
 
Are you ready for a different angle on rest, relaxation, and play? This week, tune in as we talk to someone whose work it is to facilitate the experiences that most of us participate in for entertainment, relaxation, and fun. Amy Burgess is a mom, the Rosie Red mascot for the Cincinnati Reds, as well as an Executive Director and Choreographer for C…
 
How can we lead Body Neutral fitness classes? This week we talk with Angelina Shimkus, Group Fitness Instructor, second grade teacher and mom to two spunky young daughters. She is the Founder of Embia Fit. Angelina teaches a variety of virtual fitness classes from yoga and Pilates inspired formats to kickboxing and barre, where she strives to help …
 
Artificial strength ceiling. Masking performance with training stress? Or are you forcing a new ceiling with supplemental stimulus? What makes training sustainable? Youtube Fitness in 2021. Natty or not. Your frequency shouldn't or probably won't be static. Women's training End game PL METAAv Chance Mitchell
 
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