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The Debaters is the hit show where comedians go toe-to-toe in a battle of laughs and logic. Hosted by award-winning funnyman Steve Patterson, the program is a combustible combination of sharply crafted comedic rants and hilarious ad libs. The engaging format is part stand-up, part quiz show and part comedy competition, with the live audience picking the winners.
 
Zoo Logic with animal trainer, zoo advocate, and ZOOmility author, Dr. Grey Stafford, is a weekly conversation with zoo, aquarium, and animal experts about Nature, wildlife, pets, animal training with positive reinforcement, health and welfare, research, conservation, and education, sustainability, zoo politics, activism and legislation, and all things animals! On Zoo Logic, we’ll go behind the scenes with animal professionals and influencers from around the world to explore the latest Zoos ...
 
The show about everything and absolutely nothing, where we keep it honest like white underwear, featuring some of the hottest up and coming acts in rap and R&B. Tune in and hear some dope music, hilarious takes on current events, and much more. Artist send music to logicalnonsense215@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logical-nonsense/support
 
Welcome to Thad Komorowski and Bob Jaques' podcast examining the best classic cartoons ever made. And just why were they the best? Cartoon Logic! That’s just what we’ll be diving into each episode: historical overviews on a given topic, scene-by-scene analysis and highlights from classic shorts, intricate breakdowns from an animator’s POV, occasional animator and historian guests… all you could ever want to know about ancient cartoons in this modern age, from two gents who’ve done the resear ...
 
Your user's guide to life on the outside. Leaving religion is the first step into a larger, better world. But it can also be a scary world. Things work differently now. Never fear: that's why we’re here! We're your audio uncles, and with help from good friends and experts in all sorts of fields, we're going to share the stories and seek the knowledge we all need for building a great life! After all, you only get one (that we know of), so you'd better make the most of it!
 
Firmsconsulting maintains a 80% success rate at placing clients within McKinsey, BCG and Bain. This is the highest in the industry and the rate is higher if we include other firms. We achieve this rate because we only use former partners from McKinsey, BCG et al to develop our clients. This makes us unique. We never use analysts, associates, engagement managers or associate principals. We also carefully select and develop clients on their communication, image, technical and case interview sk ...
 
The Strategy Skills Podcast is the channel where strategy partners teach you the tools and techniques to solve mankind’s greatest problems. Learn all the skills of McKinsey and BCG consultants without having to work at a consulting firm. The podcast teaches both technical analyses and soft skills like communication. Each week we discuss concepts to help listeners advance their strategy, operations and implementation skills, enhance their critical thinking ability and build their executive pr ...
 
This is a short daily podcast, in which we go through an exegesis of the gospel from the current day's Mass. The Catholic Church teaches that in order to understand the Scriptures, we must start with the literal sense - in other words, how the original hearers of the text would have understood it. That is our aim in this podcast - to help understand what the gospel writers (and more importantly, Jesus) were intending to communicate in today's reading, as well as providing links to the Catech ...
 
We are a dedicated group of actors, directors, and writers, who love all things horror. Whether it's film, comics, web, television, or audio, there can never be too much "Visceral Entertainment," so long as there is an internal logic that allows for the story to really stand on its own.
 
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The Mayor unfortunately discovers that music isn't what it used to be so long as CardiB and Megan Thee Stallion win an American Music award for most favorite song of the year. Reusse makes his weekly stop.By info@podcastone.com
 
The term pioneer is overused but how else to describe the person contributing to our basic understanding of cetacean health and husbandry, anatomy and physiology, and behavior for the past 60 years? In the early 1960's, Dr. Sam Ridgway became one of the architects of the US Navy's Marine Mammal Program. Trained first as an Air Force veterinarian, D…
 
Bards Logic discusses how the 2020 Election could be the most consequential election in the possibility of fundamentally changing America. Our guest for this episode is Kesha Rogers from the LaRouche PAC. Kesha Rogers twice won the Democratic nomination for federal Congress in the 22nd District of Texas in both 2010 and 2012, running on the campaig…
 
This week, Zali Steggal's climate action bill is going up before federal parliament in Australia. But will it happen? Or will it be skewered by ideology. Rod interviews Mark Butler, the Federal Shadow Minister for Environment and Climate Change. Recorded on the lawns of Parliament House in Canberra, where you can hear how we were interrupted by som…
 
This podcast reveals how Followers will be able to break away (in Space) from the influence of humanity in ways that Elon Musk could only dream of. It also describes the thinking behind the design process used to develop the "wings" of The Space-Anchor of Logic(S-AoL).
 
Here to guide us through the history of NYC's Van Beuren Studio in the '20s and '30s is our most qualified special guest, historian and musician Charlie Judkins! Learn how Paul Terry, John Foster, and Jim Tyer shaped cartoons that never came close to matching the Fleischers (despite being right across the street!), and how their endearing weird cru…
 
Programming is, in large part, managing stress. Life stress and your stress from all other aspects of your life besides the barbell counts to your total stress. You can only recover from so much stress. If you’re beyond LP, you may have to reduce training stress. Training in the gym may have to be fun, as it’s important to maintain the habit and ge…
 
In order to adapt, we have to recover. If we’re missing reps, our form is good, and we train consistently, we have to check to see if we’re resting enough between sets. We have to ensure we’re getting adequate protein, calories, and sleep. We must ensure there’s no additional physical stress. We have a few ways to manage recovery, if we’ve taken ca…
 
We add stress during LP by adding intensity to a set volume. Exercise selection, for the most part, stays the same. After LP, however, how do we add stress? We have volume, intensity, and exercise selection to play with. We essentially divide the volume and intensity stressors. One session emphasizes volume, often 4x5 or 5x5. The other emphasizes i…
 
Block or conjugate programming is an advanced program that MED programming leads to naturally if a trainee lifts consistently over a long enough period of time. It is essentially a 3 phase or block program, divided by deloads, where the primary stress is initially volume, then both, then intensity. During the initial accumulation block, the lifter …
 
Are we really going to find 6 million votes to prove the Trump campaign claim of a fraudulent election? Johnny Heidt with guitar news. Here is the link to Harmony Spirits on Google that Reuvers mentioned:https://www.google.com/search?q=Harmony+Spirits&ludocid=9024090876716390081&lpsid=7962858814314279621&source=sh/x/localposts&lsig=AB86z5Xv_TbLpzHX…
 
Few lifters reach advanced programming, because it requires consistency over a long period of time. Life too often interferes, whether it be injury, illness, vacation, or significant stressors. The road to advanced programming requires putting the work in as a novice and intermediate, adding weight first every 48-72 hours and slowly the SRA cycle l…
 
RPE--rate of perceived exertion--is a subjective way to assess the difficulty of a set. The set is rated with a number that roughly aligns with the number of reps in reserve--the number of reps the lifter believes he could complete if he went to failure. RPE is great as a descriptive tool and can be used to cap or increase the intensity of a set ba…
 
Accessory lifts are lifts that are not variants of the main lifts but train similar or different muscle groups. They may train antagonists of the muscle groups used in the main lifts. We primarily use accessory lifts for the upper body. Common accessory lifts include chins up or pull ups, dips, lying tricep extensions, curls, and glute ham raises. …
 
We have two primary variables to manipulate to keep driving up stress and progress: intensity and volume. Frequency and exercise selection are secondary, as frequency is ultimately a function of volume. Supplemental exercises are also a function of volume and intensity, as they either decrease or increase time under tension or the range of motion. …
 
Will the Seattle City Council's de-emphasis of crime, be mirrored in Minneapolis? New COVID restrictions continue to make it difficult to put the illness in context. @rookieGL sits in for Reuvers today.By info@podcastone.com
 
Another model for performance allows us to better understand how we progress strength, especially when we move beyond the novice linear progression. The fitness fatigue model divides the positive and negative reactions into fitness and fatigue respectively. The sum of these two is performance. After a stress event, fatigue peaks before fitness, all…
 
Why does LP end? Is the lifter not recovering from the stress (too much fatigue) or is the lifter not delivering enough stress to disrupt homeostasis and recover? It turns out, it’s a little bit of both (though it differs for the different lifts) so we adjust training accordingly to continue progress. During LP, the stress recovery adaptation cycle…
 
What do you do when LP stops working and why would you make those changes? In this episode, Matt delivers a lecture to college students about the reason underpinning his programming methodology. Programming theory comes from the stress, recovery, adaptation cycle, in which a lifter disrupts homeostasis with a stress, recovers, and then adapts to be…
 
We prioritize intensity over volume, simplicity over complexity, and economy--in time and stress. Let’s stick with simple as long as it works. If you stick with training long enough, it will get complex, and volume will get high, and programs will take 8 or 12 or 16 weeks. Enjoy the rapid, simple progress of novice and early post-novice training wh…
 
Matt and Scott first discuss the idea of minimum effective dose programming, explaining why and how they modify programming to continue to drive strength adaptations for their clients. What are the main cards we have to play to continue progress after LP? They are intensity, volume, frequency, and exercise selection. We drive intensity for intermed…
 
Bards Logic discussed the dangers of electronic voting fraud for years. We have worked with organizations such as Watch the Vote USA . The 2020 Presidential election, which is probably the most important election of our lifetime will also probably be the most corrupted Presidential election of our lifetime. This episodes guests: Francois Choquette.…
 
Minneapolis city leaders actually have to ask the activists in the neighborhood if 38th and Chicago can be re-opened to traffic. Reusse with his weekly stop. Portland mayor Ted Wheeler has all of its problems figured out.By info@podcastone.com
 
It's part two of our discussion about modern behavioral training applications to improve animal husbandry and wildlife conservation with friends of Zoo Logic, large animal managers Erin Ivory, Chuck Tompkins and Ted Turner. Using examples from their work with animals in human care and in the wild, the trio downplay the role of rewards like food whi…
 
COWBOY LOGIC RADIO: Unfiltered / Politically Incorrect / Common SenseHosted by DONNA FIDUCIA, a former Fox News Channel Anchor and DON NEUEN, a politically incorrect cowboy…GUEST: TREVOR LOUDON Trevor Loudon is an author, researcher, activist and filmmaker. His stellar book, The Enemies Within - Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the US Con…
 
COWBOY LOGIC RADIO: Unfiltered / Politically Incorrect / Common Sense Hosted by DONNA FIDUCIA, a former Fox News Channel Anchor and DON NEUEN, a politically incorrect cowboy… GUEST: LTG THOMAS McINERNEY LTG Thomas McInerney joins us to discuss the various aspects and methods to the suspected voter fraud that is taking place in the 2020 Elections. T…
 
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