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Welcome to the most 😲 offensive 😲 real estate podcast online! Jordan Stanley Payne is an entrepreneur out of Montana who began wholesaling then transitioned to buy and hold. In the past year he has mentored over 1,000 people and helped countless people begin to get free. This is the no fluff, no bullshit reality about real estate and being an entrepreneur!
 
Off The Rails Recovery’s primary goal is to end the stigma of addiction through open discussion on all things recovery related. This podcast is for anyone who has been affected with addiction. Off The Rails Recovery is ran by three guys (Dave, Jared and Mark) who are all in the early stages of recovery. They will be talking about a wide range of topics affecting their recovery as well as interviewing guests and hearing their recovery stories. Will also be having professionals on the podcast ...
 
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Eye On College Basketball

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Eye On College Basketball

CBS Sports, College Basketball, Basketball, March Madness, NCAA Tournament, Final Four, Duke, Coach K, UNC, Kansas, Villanova

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CBS Sports’ official college basketball podcast is the most entertaining and informative of its kind. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander bring the sport into your ears at least three times per week with commentary, reporting, insider information and statistical analysis throughout college basketball all year long.
 
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Ameenha Lee

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Ameenha Lee

Lifestyle of Ameenha Lee

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The Lifestyle of Ameenha Lee Podcast is a channel, hosted by Ameenha Lee. Ameenha Lee discusses the latest news in entertainment on her podcast with her humor and wit. In addition, Ameenha Lee interviews the top innovators and celebrities on The Lifestyle of Ameenha Lee Podcast. Subscribe and stay tuned for greatness. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ameenha/support
 
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Serious Danger

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Serious Danger

Emerald Moon & Tom Ballard

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Serious Danger is a podcast about our broken political system and its greatest threat: the Greens. Join traitorous SJWs Emerald Moon and Tom Ballard as they discuss the #auspol news of the week, chat to key figures from the left movement, and talk about how to win a future for all of us. This is NOT an official Greens party podcast, but it IS the official podcast of trying to not go insane while experiencing the sh*tshow that is Australian politics. / Produced by Michael Griffin / Twitter & ...
 
"Things Not Seen" talks with people of faith who are working to make sense of why we are here and how we can all live together despite our deep differences in belief. The show is hosted by Dr. David Dault, and features guests from a broad spectrum of public life, with in-depth conversations about real struggles at the intersection of faith and culture.
 
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The Auburn Freshman is considered the safest bet in the NBA draft, but is there more to Jabari Smith at the next level? Matt Norlander and Gary Parrish break down Jabari Smith's prospects at the next level. Eye on College Basketball is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.…
 
What’s up legendaries, it’s Ameenha Lee. In todays podcast episode, we have a entertainment news recap. First, I discuss Doja Cat sadly having to cancel her tour with The Weeknd. Due to her health issues, many fans became upset they couldn’t see the superstar live. Second, I discuss Kourtney Kardashian’s wedding fashion with Travis Barker. Third, I…
 
What’s up legendaries, it’s Ameenha Lee. In this podcast episode, we have a new topic for girl talk. In todays news, Liam Payne allegedly cheated on his fiancé, Maya Henry. In this podcast episode, I discuss mental health, staying on track, One Direction fans, and my honest thoughts about this alleged cheating. What are One Direction fans saying? W…
 
It might be hard to catch people using their phones when they're driving. Waka Kotahi is starting a six-month trial in Auckland, with cameras set up to detect people using their mobiles. The Agency says it wants to find out how widespread the problem is. Crash investigator Hamish Piercy told Kate Hawkesby it could be challenging to make images from…
 
With our mental health rates looking pretty dire, we need to think outside the box to try different treatment methods. Over in the UK, they're trying stand-up comedy. Comedy on Referral is a course for trauma survivors to try stand-up. It's been so successful, it now has NHS funding to expand the programme to men at risk of suicide. Comedian and fo…
 
A helping hand to ensure residents near Christchurch's wastewater plant can get their clothes dried in fresh air. The city's Student Volunteer Army has launched a new service, offering to pick up and dry clean laundry for people suffering from the stench. Founder and CEO Sam Johnson told Kate Hawkesby the service will be needed over the coming mont…
 
I note the Greens are back at it with their ‘lower the voting age’ routine. And by Greens, I mean Golriz Ghahraman. She’s calling for the voting age to be lowered to 16. Here’s the problem with that – it’s never going to happen. It’s a waste of time and energy. Golriz says that, “16 to 17-year-olds are a very engaged group and have stood for what t…
 
In her recent book, Red Lip Theology, our guest Candice Marie Benbow offers a set of essays rooted in the experience of Black womanhood, and an invitation for readers to rethink the comfortable theological categories they may have inherited. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Our annual draft-prospect-profile episodes are back for another season. We start with Chet Holmgren, who did some eye-popping things in his one season at Gonzaga. Despite all of that, there's still some skepticism about Holmgren's prospects as an NBA player. Should there be? Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander break down the enigmatic and tantalizing p…
 
Bill Cain is a Jesuit who has spent his life writing screenplays for movies and television. Now, in his recent book, The Diary of Jesus Christ, he reimagines the stories of the Gospels from the point of view of Jesus himself, with breathtaking results Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
One of the last projects of the late spiritual writer Henri Nouwen was an unexpected and enthusiastic appreciation of a family of trapeze artists. Our guest, Carolyn Whitney-Brown, talks about her work to bring this unfinished manuscript to publication, and what it tells us about Nouwen as a believer and as a person Learn more about your ad choices…
 
All eyes on what incoming Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will do around 501 deportees. He took a softer stance on key issues throughout the campaign, including opposing the Morrison government's bid to increase 501 deportations 501 Support Advocate and Iwi in Aus co-founder Filipa Payne told Kate Hawkesby the policy has been a point of …
 
Manchester City clinched a sixth Premier League title in 11 seasons today by scoring three times in five minutes to come from behind to beat Aston Villa 3-2 in the finale to avoid being toppled by challenger Liverpool. City was trailing 2-0 to Villa until İlkay Gündoğan began the comeback in the 76th. Rodri equalised two minutes later and Gündoğan …
 
Monkey Pox is not as much of a concern as some might think. The World Health Organisation has identified more than 90 cases of the disease across the US, England, Australia and Canada Belgium has put in place a 21-day quarantine period for people who catch it. Canterbury University Professor of Epidemiology Arindam Basu says told Kate Hawkesby we a…
 
While media were quick to report that a win for Albanese and the independents was a win for climate change and a more liberal approach to governance, I think there was a chunk of voters who just voted for change. In other words – anyone but Morrison. It’s a story the world over and one our government will be acutely aware of. Regimes who presided o…
 
Imagine being in The Greens and winning. IMAGINE. We laugh and celebrate and tear up and reflect on the best electoral result for The Greens EVER, say BYE BYE to the dogshit Morrison government, and talk about the future of our show. Full video version of this episode available on https://www.youtube.com/c/SeriousDangerAU Produced by Michael Griffi…
 
Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese are doing a last-minute blitz of marginal seats, ahead of tomorrow's Australian election. 2GB's Michael McLaren told Kate Hawkesby the vote could still to go either way. “I think it will be closer than opinion polls and in fact a lot of people suggest it might be.” LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Time will tell how many people will actually benefit from changes to help first home buyers. House price caps for the First Home Grant have been lifted in many parts of the country, while the caps for the First Home Loans scheme will be removed entirely. First Home Buyers' Club Director Lesley Harris told Kate Hawkesby the bank's criteria is key. S…
 
A rare moment of agreement across the political divide as National's Leader says he's supportive of the idea to scrap the school decile system. Christopher Luxon told Kate Hawkesby deciles were too broad. He says what they proposed was to use data which highlights the families who are doing it tough, and schools are allocated money in an anonymised…
 
A group of people unsoothed at yesterday's Budget is of course the nurses - who've been crying out for support for ages - yet got nothing. And this comes as our number of Covid deaths passed the milestone of a thousand this week, just as a new round of Covid seems to be slowly taking hold of our colleagues here, and some family and friends too. You…
 
What’s up legendaries, it’s Ameenha Lee. I had the pleasure to watch Dr. Strange In the Multiverse of Madness, but was this film worth the watch? Why is Scarlet Witch, played by Elizabeth Olsen, after America? Did Benedict Cumberbatch ace his role portraying Dr. Strange again? Will there be another movie due to the strange ending? Find out more onl…
 
Slow news week in college hoops, so it's time for the first offseason mailbag! Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander respond to your questions. Enjoy, and be sure to drop more questions in the reviews of Apple Podcasts for future episodes. Eye on College Basketball is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever e…
 
In the final instalment of our bonus series interviewing Greens candidates for the upcoming federal election, Tom meets Lidia Thorpe, Greens senator for Victoria. They chat about her being the first Aboriginal senator in Victoria, the party's First Nation policies, the Uluru Statement From The Heart, Morrison bulldozing down innocent children, and …
 
Jessica Compton from "Tree of Stars" stops in for a little chat with the fellas. Jessica opens up with us on her abuse, both physically and sexually as a child. Overcoming behavors as a child, in and out of a jail as an adolescent and now helping youth as an educational assistant.Jessica also started "Tree of Stars" that promotes mental health awar…
 
New Wellington City Council data suggests the capital is losing its sense of mojo, and the city’s water woes could be to blame. Wellbeing indicators show a sense of community and pride have fallen in the capital over the past four years. Council member Fleur Fitzsimons told Kate Hawkesby the city’s under-investment in water systems is taking a toll…
 
Concern drivers are becoming increasingly cavalier around road works. Road work contractors in Bay of Plenty are reporting an increase in speeds near their vehicles, raising major safety concerns. Three road workers were killed near Whakatane in 2019 in a truck crash at a work site. AA Road Safety spokesperson Dylan Thomsen said it's no surprise to…
 
The Salvation Army says getting housing under control is the first step towards solving deeper poverty issues. It's calling for a mix of immediate rent assistance and longer term efforts to get people into affordable housing in today's Budget. Senior Policy Analyst Paul Barber says clothing and food for struggling children are essentials. He told K…
 
Today’s the big day and I can’t help feeling the Government is going to miss the mark here given their obsessive focus on climate change and Māori health. Add to that their inability to listen, or tune into where the real world is at, and you’ve got a cocktail for disappointment for the average New Zealander. But then again, it feels like the avera…
 
In this instalment of our bonus series interviewing Greens candidates for the upcoming federal election, Tom meets Dr. Tjanara Goreng Goreng, Greens senate candidate for ACT, to chat whistleblowing, how your vote has less power if you live in the territories, and her vision of politics that works for people. Full video version of this episode avail…
 
Another surprise public appearance by the Queen - this time at Paddington Station. She's attended the opening of the Elizabeth Line, a new train line on the London Underground that opens to the public next week. UK correspondent Gavin Grey told Kate Hawkesby the project is well over budget and well behind schedule. He says it was due to open in 201…
 
Some alarming figures out around flu jabs. Running the numbers, only around one in five people are eligible for a free one, despite the Government saying they are prepared. Official numbers out from the Ministry of Heath also show a low uptake in vaccines with only 736,000 jabs being administered. That's again not even a fifth of the population. Qu…
 
So it seems the internet is killing the television star. New research out from Canstar shows more than a third of Kiwis no longer watch traditional television - up 20 percent over the past year. Along with that, nearly 80 percent of people get their entertainment mainly through the internet. Tech commentator Jordan Tini joined Kate Hawkesby to disc…
 
Elon Musk may be getting cold feet about buying Twitter. The Tesla CEO says the deal can't move forward unless Twitter shows public proof that fewer than 5 per cent of its accounts are fake or spam. Wedbush Security managing director Dan Ives says these accounts are undoubtedly an issue. He told Kate Hawkesby the issue could be more of an escape cl…
 
This time yesterday I was talking about divorce – not mine, but whether or not we were collectively as a voting public slowly divorcing ourselves from this government or not. Well today I’m talking marriage. Again, not mine, but why science says that according to data, we are not dating properly.. or dating to marry. I only know this because Glenn …
 
In this episode the boys get caught up on the last couple of weeks. Mark has some big news to share with everyone and we couldn't be more happy and excited for him!!The guys also discuss the last 3 episodes that were released since their last SSS, Beau Payne, Clarissa Smith and Jordan Tomlin. All 3 very awesome interviews in their own ways and the …
 
New findings show autistic children are three times more likely to be stood down or suspended from school, than other students. These levels reverted back to the general population average, when autistic students received high-needs funding. Principals' Federation President Cherie Taylor-Patel told Kate Hawkesby suspension can be a strategy for sch…
 
There are predictions of a few hiccups in getting more electric vehicles on our roads. The Government wants total driving cut by a fifth, and 30 percent of people driving zero emission cars by 2035. Manufacturer Singer Electrical says home charging units haven't been subsidised, and can cost up to $5,000. Marketing Manager Finn McLaren told Kate Ha…
 
New Zealand On Air has been slammed, over the awarding of 200-thousand dollars for a documentary about Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick. The project, Being Chlöe, looks to explore the political and personal life of New Zealand's youngest MP. Swarbrick wasn't involved in pitching the project. Former Arts Minister Chris Finlayson told Kate Hawkesby it's a mi…
 
I’m enjoying the politicians who’ve stepped away from politics long enough to be able to look back in on it with fresh eyes and with wisdom, and then write about it. Paula Bennett has a column in the Herald on Sunday which is always a good read, Steven Joyce writes for the Herald and his pieces always make sense too. Part of it may be that it remin…
 
Does it matter how the NBA Draft lottery shakes out to determine who will be the No. 1 pick in the draft? Gary Parrish and Kyle Boone says it shouldn't -- that Chet Holmgren is the obvious top pick in the draft. Plus: the Iowa State Cyclones raid the A-10 for some reinforcements. Eye on College Basketball is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, St…
 
Next in our bonus episodes interviewing Greens candidates for the upcoming federal election, Tom meets both Stephen Bates, Greens candidate for Brisbane, and Elizabeth Watson-Brown,Greens candidate for Ryan. They chat the rise of GREENSLAND and why Brisbane is such a growth area for progressive politics, voter anger at do-nothing Libs and Labor, ga…
 
Better investment in public transport is being seen as the key to making a congestion charge work. Plans for a charging regime are expected as part of the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan, which comes out at midday. Mevo CEO Erik Zydervelt says in the past in cities like Auckland there was a feeling you needed a car to get around. He told Kate…
 
A wayward final stretch has cost Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox a second win on the DP Tour this year, finishing in a share of second at the Soudal Open in Belgium. Fox blew a three-shot lead with 11 holes to play, losing a head-to-head battle with England's Sam Horsfield who captured his third DP World Tour title. Horsfield shot a final round 68 to finish a…
 
Having lived in London I feel like something of an expert on public transport because in London it’s the only way you travel. Unless you have millions of dollars to burn up, in which case you might take a black cab, but for most of us, the Tube and the train and the bus, is it. And it works. It’s efficient, it’s modern, it’s pleasant, it can be con…
 
Finland's government declared a “new era” is underway as it inches closer to seeking NATO membership, hours before Sweden's governing party on Sunday backed a plan to join the trans-Atlantic alliance amid Russia's war in Ukraine. Russia has long bristled about NATO moving closer to its borders, so the developments will be sure to further anger Mosc…
 
A bad start to a crucial week for the Government. Jacinda Ardern is too sick with Covid to speak at today's Emissions Reduction Plan announcement and will be in isolation for the release of the Budget on Thursday. Cabinet Minister Phil Twyford has had to cancel a planned trip to Timor-Leste, also due to Covid. Political commentator Peter Dunne told…
 
Albanese and Labor get rekt by the LNP’s meme ad skills. Emerald and Tom talk wages and cost of living (17:41), before Tim Hollo joins to chat ACT politics, CPRS, section 44 and his run for senate in the upcoming election (47:42). Finally, a call to action (1:09:55). See you on the other side of the election!!! Full video version of this episode av…
 
What’s up legendaries, it’s Ameenha Lee. In this podcast episode, I analyze and give my thoughts about Kendrick Lamar’s latest album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. With features from Kodak’s Black, Summer Walker, Taylour Paige, and more, this album is definitely taking over 2022. Also, I discuss Kendrick Lamar leaving his label, TDE Entertainment.…
 
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