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Mix Minus - A Gay / LGBTQ Experience

Adam Burns & Daniel Brewer

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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mix-minus/subscribe Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mix-minus/subscribe What do you get when two gay friends who love audio, love tech, love talk radio, and love podcasting get together to live stream once a week. You get a podcast with witty banter, quizzes, tech talk, pop culture, and more. Add an LGBT spin and you get Mix Minus Podcast.
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To mark Resonance's 20th anniversary, Daniel Brewer, our CEO, is having a series of conversations with 12 key individuals who have been influential in Resonance's first twenty years. They reflect back on the journey and imagine what might be ahead of us over the next twenty years.
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In the spring of 2022, the 44 Division of the Toronto Police Service discovered the burnt remains of Rachel Amina Darwish, Daniel Brewer, and Mitig Biskane, in southern Ontario, Canada. The only clues offering an explanation for the three deaths were found in an anonymous blog written by an unknown individual. Host, Ian Tuason, reads the lost blog posts from the blog website, everyoneandnoone.org, before it was seized by the police. New episodes every Tuesday.
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An Arizona beer podcast from the Rob Fullmer Executive Director of the Arizona Craft Brewers Guild and Deputy Director Andrew Bauman. Providing access to breweries, beer policy, and legislation, beer culture that no other pod can offer.
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The Sonya Looney Show

Sonya Looney: : Mindset, Plant-Based Nutrition, Performance, Mountain Bikin

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Pro Mountain Biker, Plant-Based Athlete, and World Endurance Champion, Sonya Looney interviews inspiring leaders about vegan & plant-based nutrition, cycling and endurance training, mountain bike tips, sports psychology, adventure travel, mindset, personal development, and entrepreneurship to help you unlock the best and healthiest version of yourself. Find out more at: www.sonyalooney.com
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Our podcast is all about helping you find a career in the sport industry. Geared toward college students and recent graduates, we’re combining education with entertainment to provide you with an inside look into the industry. We’ll mix in our #AskLivingSport show episodes and classroom sessions on sport business and entrepreneurship. We’ll also do interviews with sport business professionals and fireside chats with people we meet while traveling the world through sport. Listen in for advice ...
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The Not Your Typical Psychotherapist Podcast is dedicated to all the mental health professionals who are creative, innovative, and entrepreneurial. This podcast aims to uplift, encourage, and inspire mental health clinicians to go beyond what was taught to them in graduate school, expand their knowledge in applying creative clinical work, develop and enhance their entrepreneurial courage, shattering common and generational expectations. YouTube NYTP Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/@nytppodcast
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In a world that often feels disconnected and anxious, is there a way to find connection and greater meaning in life? The Kindness and Compassion Podcast is a podcast about helping people find emotional and spiritual intelligence for greater meaning and peace in their lives. Drawing from the science of psychology, psychotherapy, along with the voices of spirituality and religion, this podcast explores how people can, and have, transformed their lives by finding deeper meaning in knowing thems ...
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1. Neya - Too Deep 2. Amari Noelle & Jacob Latimore - Would'nt Do 2 3. Ann Marie - Therapy 4. Jhené Aiko, Meek Mill, Young Thug - Someone To Love 5. Rihanna - Needed Me (Amapiano Remix) 6. Krishawna - I Let Cha 7. Alexia Jayy - I Need a Man 8. Nelccia - Options 9. K. Michelle - You 10. Daniel Caesar - Valentina 11. Eric Bellinger - Sum 2 See 12. Zeina - Nasty 13. Aqyila - Hello 14. Jacquees - I Remember 15. Kimberly Brewer feat. Joe & Stevie Wonder) - Don't Make Me Wait Too Long 16. Jully Bl ...
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Cracking Aces

Barstool Sports

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Presented by Barstool Sports, Cracking Aces is the newest podcast tackling all things poker, hosted by Nate, Smitty, and Mintzy from Barstool and professional poker player Jake Toole. It will feature the fun side of the poker world and exclusive interviews with the top players. Buckle up and enjoy! You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/crackingaaces
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Rob Fullmer interviews Daniel Olson, Executive Director of the Washington Brewers Guild, while he was in Seattle. They discuss the Seattle beer scene, Daniel's transition into his role, and the unique history of the Washington State Beer Commission, which transitioned into the Brewers Guild. Rob shares his experience with George Hancock, founder of…
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The team casted from the Mountain Top Taproom before the Real Wild and Woody Festival in Flagstaff to talk about how the festival has evolved and what the future holds. Rob then brings up some news about the state legislature, including the liquor consensus bill that passed and the difficulties involved this year with the needless politicization of…
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In Breathtaking Revelations: The Science of Breath from the Fifty Kamarupa Verses to Hazrat Inayat Khan (Suluk Press, 2024), Carl W. Ernst and Patrick J. D’Silva explore the intersections of Sufi and yogic breath-based meditation. Ernst and D’Silva offer us here two stunning texts for study. The first, an anonymous Persian translation of a 14th cen…
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Discover the rich theology of Neo-Calvinism. Abraham Kuyper and Herman Bavinck sparked a theological tradition in the Netherlands that came to be known as Neo-Calvinism. While studies in Neo-Calvinism have focused primarily on its political and philosophical insights, its theology has received less attention. In Neo-Calvinism: A Theological Introdu…
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Just how high are your standards when you're striving for your goals? Are you striving for excellence or are you striving for perfection? The pressure to be perfect is on the rise and it affects our everyday lives - from social media to parenting, work to hobbies. I sat down with Thomas Curran, professor of psychology and behavioral science at the …
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Hell on earth is real. The toxic fusion of big oil, Evangelical Christianity, and white supremacy has ignited a worldwide inferno, more phantasmagoric than anything William Blake could dream up and more cataclysmic than we can fathom. Escaping global warming hell, this revelatory book shows, requires a radical, mystical marriage of Christianity and…
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Irish Women in Religious Orders, 1530-1700: Suppression, Migration and Reintegration (Boydell & Brewer, 2022) by Dr. Bronagh Ann McShane investigates the impact of the dissolution of the monasteries on women religious and examines their survival in the following decades, showing how, despite the state's official proscription of vocation living, rel…
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Adam and Daniel discussed using new audio tools for their podcast, legal proceedings involving Donald Trump, and personal stories about Disney parks and home improvement projects. They explored the evolving television landscape, shared humorous anecdotes about comedy shows, and made speculations about various topics like religion and relationships.…
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From Dust They Came: Government Camps and the Religion of Reform in New Deal California (NYU Press, 2023) tells the story of the federal government’s Depression-era effort to redeem Dust Bowl refugees in rural California through the religion of reform. During the Depression hundreds of thousands of families left the Great Plains and Southwest to lo…
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The contributions to Visnu-Narayana: Changing Forms and the Becoming of a Deity in Indian Religious Traditions (Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2023) deal with the complex history of the Indian deity Visnu-Narayana. This conception of God evolved in various traditions in India, especially in South India, during the first millennium CE. The hist…
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In this split episode, Rob first conversed with Four Peaks co-founder, Andy Ingram. Andy shared how the brewery started in 1994-95, the challenges they faced during tough economic times, and how they managed to thrive. Andy talked about the negotiations for the "Kilt Lifter" trademark, the mixed reactions from the community, and the importance of m…
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In The Light of Learning: Hasidism in Poland on the Eve of the Holocaust (Oxford University Press, 2024), Glenn Dynner tells the story of an unexpected Hasidic revival in Poland between the two World Wars. In the aftermath of World War I, the Jewish mystical movement appeared to be in shambles. Hasidic leaders had dispersed, Hasidic courts lay in r…
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Students in twelfth-century Paris held slanging matches, branding the English drunkards, the Germans madmen and the French as arrogant. On Crusade, army recruits from different ethnic backgrounds taunted each other’s military skills. Men producing ethnography in monasteries and at court drafted derogatory descriptions of peoples dwelling in territo…
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Daniel and Adam reflected on their friendship and the inception of their show, which began around 2010. They revisited their old podcast, 'Dubious Intent', and discussed various topics, including significant events that occurred in 2010. They shared personal experiences and observations about their neighborhoods, mental well-being, and physical act…
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From a remote mountain village in the Caucasian mountains of Georgia came the most surprising discovery since the Dead Sea Scrolls: a rare, beautiful, and valuable Hebrew Bible known as the Lailashi Codex. In ancient tradition, scribal art possesses supernatural powers. The provenance of this Codex is shrouded in mystery. Questions about the author…
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From a remote mountain village in the Caucasian mountains of Georgia came the most surprising discovery since the Dead Sea Scrolls: a rare, beautiful, and valuable Hebrew Bible known as the Lailashi Codex. In ancient tradition, scribal art possesses supernatural powers. The provenance of this Codex is shrouded in mystery. Questions about the author…
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Legendary climber Beth Rodden has accomplished so much in her incredible career - and is now also bravely shared her personal journey of growth. I sat down with Beth to hear about her experiences navigating professional climbing as a woman, the highs and challenges of achieving big goals, and how becoming a mother completely shifted her perspective…
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Between 800 and 1700 CE, a plethora of Mahabharatas were created in Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Konkani, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu, and several other regional South Asian languages. Sohini Pillai's Krishna's Mahabharatas: Devotional Retellings of an Epic Narrative (Oxford UP, 2024) is a comprehensive study of premode…
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Sefer ha-Zohar (The Book of Radiance) has amazed readers ever since it emerged in Spain over seven hundred years ago. Written in a lyrical Aramaic, the Zohar, the masterpiece of Kabbalah, features mystical interpretation of the Torah, from Genesis to Deuteronomy. The Zohar: Pritzker Edition (Stanford UP, 2004-2017) volumes present the first transla…
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Sefer ha-Zohar (The Book of Radiance) has amazed readers ever since it emerged in Spain over seven hundred years ago. Written in a lyrical Aramaic, the Zohar, the masterpiece of Kabbalah, features mystical interpretation of the Torah, from Genesis to Deuteronomy. The Zohar: Pritzker Edition (Stanford UP, 2004-2017) volumes present the first transla…
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The crusade movement needed women: their money, their prayer support, their active participation, and their inspiration. Helen J. Nicholson's book Women and the Crusades (Oxford UP, 2023) surveys women's involvement in medieval crusading between the second half of the eleventh century, when Pope Gregory VII first proposed a penitential military exp…
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Rabbi Yehonatan Eybeshitz was one of the greatest rabbis of the eighteenth century. Even as a child, he was renowned as one of the rare geniuses of his time. Among the most revered Torah scholars of the last 300 years, Rabbi Eybeshitz was also a prolific writer, preacher, and Kabbalah master. His innumerable writings cover all areas of Jewish Learn…
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Ilene Schaffer is a passionate advocate for the Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) program at the University of Pennsylvania. Ilene joined me to explore the transformative journey of pursuing MAPP, its impact on individuals and communities, and the practical applications of positive psychology in everyday life. We uncover the power of pos…
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In The Metaphysics of Meditation: Sri Aurobindo and Adi-Sakara on the Isa Upanisad (Bloombury, 2024), Stephen Phillips focuses on one of the most important poems about meditation in world literature, as understood by two of the greatest philosophers of India, one classical, one modern. This book traces a worldview and consonant yoga teaching common…
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Arjen F. Bakker's book The Secret of Time: Reconfiguring Wisdom in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Brill, 2023) contributes to the rethinking of the Dead Sea Scrolls as an essential and integral part of Judaism in the Greco-Roman period. The Qumran manuscripts attest to the reconfiguration of Jewish wisdom concepts in this period. Strikingly, reflection on t…
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Xuanzang (600/602–664) was one of the most accomplished and consequential monks in the history of East Asian Buddhism. Celebrated for his sixteen-year pilgrimage from China to India, his transmission and translation of hundreds of Buddhist texts, and his training of a generation of masters in China, Korea, and Japan, Xuanzang’s life and legacy are …
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Andrew and Bonnie travel to Rocky Point for their 30th Anniversary. Why yes, there is beer value there! Rob debates Andrew on the merits of taking a booze cruise. Both believe that a desalination plant in Mexico is a terrible idea for different reasons. (The real reason is the cost would price out agriculture.) On to the next! Real Wild and Woody S…
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Lahore's Hall Road is the largest electronics market in Pakistan. Once the center of film and media piracy in South Asia, it now specializes in smartphones and accessories. For Hall Road's traders, conflicts between the economic promises and the moral dangers of film loom large. To reconcile their secular trade with their responsibilities as devote…
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While many have noted the general Jewishness of the Gospel of John, few have given it a seat at the ideologically crowded table of ancient Jewish practice and belief—until now. Join us as we speak with Wally Cirafesi, whose book, John Within Judaism: Religion, Ethnicity, and the Shaping of Jesus-Oriented Jewishness in the Fourth Gospel (Brill, 2021…
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Daniel and Adam addressed a question from Auntie Scott about their mother's relationship with Jesus and clarified their personal views on religion. They also discussed a complaint from their friend, Joe Baans, about the frequent commercial interruptions on their podcast. They considered eliminating pre-roll ads as a potential solution and Daniel co…
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