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Hi! :D I'm the "host" of this BTR web space -- my name is Norbert Mayer-Wittmann. I know something about domains + domain names (if you want, go ahead and ask me a question :) Here, I hope to build community with others who are interested in participating in online social networks / business communities (whether to advertise or promote ideas, products, services -- or even for internet/network marketing) ... actually: I find ANY kind of interaction interesting! So pull up a chair and let's st ...
 
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SURVIVING HEALTHCARE

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SURVIVING HEALTHCARE

Robert Yoho, retired cosmetic surgeon

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FOR MORE about surviving healthcare, see robertyohoauthor.com and robertyoho.substack.com. LISTENING HINT: try using 1.5 to 2 x playback speed. I STARTED THIS PODCAST by reading the first half of my two books for you. These are Butchered by “Healthcare” and Hormone Secrets. In return for getting them free, please review them on Amazon! You will find the full audio, ebooks, and paperbacks on Amazon, Audible, Itunes, or many other platforms. I next sponsored guests who help me explain the heal ...
 
Cyril Chippington-Smythe (Michael Urie), eligible bachelor and the world's richest man is living a life of ease, attended by his resourceful steam-powered valet Bentley (Dakin Matthews). When the toothy Alice Witherspoon (Helen Cespedes) invades his breakfast room determined to marry him whether he will or no, Bentley concocts a scheme to transfer her affections to Cyril's freeloading cousin- the hapless Binky (Christian Borle), Alas, Alice has ulterior motives that may lead to the destructi ...
 
From the elusive transcendental logic of Mulholland Drive, to Showgirls’ sly satirical embrace of exploitation and excess, to the assumption in Southland Tales that its audience has already read the six-volume source material, some films are simply more “cruel” on their audiences than others. So, please, lie back and let The Cultists be your guides through the paralyzing and perplexing void of arthouse, experimental, avant-garde, "cult,” and otherwise just generally weird WTF cinema. Because ...
 
Join us each month as we engage in philosophical discussions about the most common-place topics with host Jack Russell Weinstein, professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at the University of North Dakota. He is the director of The Institute for Philosophy in Public Life.
 
We Have Notes is a new podcast from writer Abby Gardner—a self-described Gen Xer with serious millennial and Gen Z pop culture tendencies. She, and some equally passionate guests, discuss their current obsessions and what you need to know to keep up with the fast-paced culture of entertainment and social media so you don’t feel lost in the conversation again.
 
This podcast investigates the curious history of invention and innovation. Did Thomas Edison take credit for things he didn’t actually invent? What everyday items have surprising origins? And would man have ever got to the moon without… the bra? Each episode host Dallas Campbell dives into stories of flukey discoveries, erased individuals and merky marketing ploys with the help of experts, scientists and historians. Expect new episodes every Wednesday and Sunday. See acast.com/privacy for pr ...
 
The 18th Amendment, which made it illegal to manufacture, sell, or transport alcohol, went into effect on January 17th, 1920. This led to 13 years of organized crime, corruption, and much bloodshed across the land, as well as what we now refer to as the Roaring ‘20’s. Due to the fortunate failed attempt at prohibition, there was an explosion of Americans developing their own recipes for beer and liquor. We want to praise those early companies that made it through the era and cheer those who ...
 
Did you know that right here with us ...there is a plant that in its DNA holds the key to the eradication of world hunger. There is a tree that can save the lives of thousands from malaria and dysentery. A root that brings emotional ease to animals in distress…even a species of grass that could be the cure for cancer. A flower that is proven to be as effective as Prozac... Everything we need for the improvement of the existence of mankind is living and growing all around us. I started one da ...
 
Words To Mouth is an author interview talk show where readers meet authors beyond the printed page…and win FREE books. Come discover new and seasoned authors and the books they write. Carrie Runnals understands the challenges of being a busy woman juggling work-life balance. She scours the literary market and keeps a pulse on new book releases for you. Hear about the latest must-read novels and nonfiction as Carrie gets the answers to questions you want asked with authors you’d love to meet. ...
 
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In this episode i'm joined by my good friend Mary Alice McNab to talk about our recent experiences with starting antidepressants. We talk about our fears, anxieties, why we chose to start on them and how we feel now. I'm on prozac while Mary-Alice is on Zoloft. We're not doctors, just people sharing our experience. How to support the show! Buy Me a…
 
How — and why — did Prozac become the best-selling antidepressant of all time? As it is Mental Health Awareness Week, we are diving into this fascinating story that speaks to a greater shift in psychiatry and attitudes towards mental health since the invention of the first antidepressants in the 1950s. We’ll also look at how depression was treated …
 
On 17 December 1903 the Wright Brothers successful completed the first manned, controlled and sustained flight in human history. They made it 'just' 120 ft in that first attempt. From there, aeroplane technology took off at a pace. Only 16 years later came the first non-stop transatlantic flight, and just six years after that the first round-the-wo…
 
Invented in the mid-1800s, bicycles have had enduring popularity. Across cultures, they have been embraced, promising freedom and mobility at a low price point. Today on the show we are joined by Tim Harford, host of the podcasts Cautionary Tales and The BBC’s 50 Objects That Defined The Modern Economy. Tim and Dallas discuss the history of the bik…
 
Dougy Fresh and Paulee Gee are joined one again by Chris Baird and Corey Powell for some inappropriate conversation fueled by some very appropriate craft brews from Bullfrog Brewery and Pfriem. Shout outs in this week’s episode include: Long Road Distillery; Belle Meade Bourbon; Moon Drops Distillery(opening soon in Fortville, IN); 1205 Distillery;…
 
Rebecca Soffer, co-founder of Modern Loss and the author of the new book The Modern Loss Handbook, joins Abby to talk about living with loss and the ways that we as a culture can start moving those conversations around grief forward—including through shows like Fleabag, WandaVision, Human Resources, Never Have I Ever, and many more. Plus they get i…
 
In the Spring of 2016, the small town of Spalding in Lincolnshire, England found itself in the spotlight of media attention. For all the wrong reasons. Lives had been brutally snatched away in the dead of night within the setting that we all should have the right to feel safe in, our home. Asleep and peaceful, two innocent lives did not know the da…
 
How did LSD go from accidental discovery to the counter cultures go to drug? On April 19th 1943 Albert Hoffman had the first ever LSD trip in Basel, Switzerland. He was testing a substance of his own making, that he had initially developed 5 years previously and been thinking about ever since... Today on the show are joined by Tom Shroder, author o…
 
ALWAYS QUESTION EVERY ASSUMPTION, BECAUSE THE CRIMINALS ARE NOT GIVING UP. My hero Matt Briggs wrote a book entitled, “Everything You Believe is Wrong.” This should be tattooed on our wrists. THE “BLACK LIVES MATTER” movement claims that white policemen are murdering Black Americans wholesale. It seems plausible because we see confirmatory media re…
 
THE CONCLUSION OF LORD OF THE RINGS, THE SCOURING OF THE SHIRE, IS HAPPENING RIGHT NOW Near the end of Tolkien’s masterpiece is a chapter describing how the Hobbits returned to their home country and found a disaster that in some ways mirrors today’s. The point of this post is that we are not in a unique or novel situation. Tolkien, Orwell, and man…
 
Staples, paper clips, and washers - small inventions that improve our everyday lives and have even saved lives. In this episode Dallas is joined by author Helen Pilcher to talk about the origins of these tiny, lifer altering inventions and the impact felt still. From the use of ant heads to stop bleeding, paperclips as a symbol of defiance, and the…
 
IT'S GOTTEN A LITTLE OUT OF HAND FOR ME, SO I RECOMMEND CAUTION. I RECENTLY FOUND THAT I HAD MORE THAN 30 SUBSCRIPTIONS! Scanning these takes hours a day, but full-time covid warriors have to read, and this source is uncensored. A poorly kept secret is that you can get most of Substack’s content using free subscriptions. I put *** next to the autho…
 
On this week’s annotated deep dive, The Cultists present Bernardo Bertolucci’s 'The Dreamers' (2003). Known for his “hot house” cinema, in which characters are crammed into isolated intimate spaces until they burst, Bertolucci returns again to offer up a claustrophobic yet sprawling visual love letter to his own memories of the French New wave —alb…
 
Many of us became familiar with robots through science fiction — R2D2, C3PO, Rosie from the Jetsons, Marvin the Paranoid Android. In comparison, it can feel like the robots we actually interact with today fall a bit short of this imagined future. In this episode we are joined by Dr Beth Singler, Research Fellow in Artificial Intelligence at Cambrid…
 
FROM MARK OSHINSKIE'S SUBTACK Originally published Apr 26, 2022, HERE. If you like it, subscribe. THE YOHO INTRODUCTION: Oshinskie’s clever post below is addressed to people with limited knowledge. Those of us who have studied the situation know that the pandemic is purposeful genocide and that the lies are neither pranks nor mistakes. This essay d…
 
THE YOHO INTRODUCTION: This April 28, 2022 post from Mercola.com was originally published on Meryl Nass’s substack. It is the best single summary of today’s situation. There has been so much bad news about the vaccines in the last few months that it even leaked into the mainstream media. I think the cabal's plan, at least in the US but probably eve…
 
I have been a guest on over a hundred podcasts, and I am getting better at it. Although my listeners may have heard a lot of it before, this is a dynamic, maybe even eloquent, presentation that you can send to your friends. If you like the interviewer, Christian’s other podcasts can be found HERE. The video version is on Rumble HERE. Support the sh…
 
Abby's good friend—and the co-founder of Good Clean Wine—Courtney Dunlop joins the pod again. This time the two go deep on a foundational film for Gen X: The Neverending Story. From the core trauma that is the Swamps of Sadness to the Gmork, that weird attic at Bastian's school, The Nothing, Falkor, Atreyu, the Childlike Empress, and everything in …
 
Pieces of the interview I did with Pallavi Yetur were featured in episode 18 but there was so much good stuff in the interview, I wanted to release the whole thing! Pallavi Yetur joins to help us understand ourselves, the Sunday Scaries as well as helping us examine our relationship with work. How to support the show! Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.b…
 
In Florida there is a man, a predator lying in wait. He’s got a long criminal record and a boat that’s not quite 30 feet. He owns a dark blue jeep Cherokee and uncontrollable violent urges. In this man, this predator’s past, are the image of his father, hanging by his neck, swaying in the basement. When he closes his eyes at night he recounts the m…
 
We put man on the moon before we invented the wheeled suitcase. Why did it take so long? Find out in todays episode with guest Katrine Marçal, whose research has revealed a hidden chapter in invention story of rolling luggage. For more History Hit content, subscribe to our newsletters here. If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of hist…
 
HE WAS PRESSURED TO TAKE SSRI DRUGS, AND THEY DAMAGED HIS BRAIN. HE HAD TEMPORARY PSYCHOSIS AND NOW HAS PERMANENT TARDIVE DYSKINESIA. HIS PSYCHOLOGIST GOT HIM THROWN INTO PRISON FOR TWO YEARS. Ben is a brilliant computer engineer who once worked for Google. He trusted his doctors and believed in their competence. But he learned through hard experie…
 
Tanks defined 20th century conflict — they conjure to mind images of Tiananmen Square or the Soviet Army rolling into a liberated Berlin. But over the past couple of weeks, we have began seeing them again on our TV screens during the current fighting in Ukraine. Today on Patented, we are joined by war historian James Holland to explore where the id…
 
No exaggeration here--they are introducing amendments in their constitution that will be voted on by their delegates within a month. If these pass, this corrupt, unelected organization would have great worldwide powers to panic us, interfere with our lives, and destroy our commerce. They could perpetrate endless, cascading emergencies. PLEASE sprea…
 
Abby's got notes on the other British Harry and Meghan Markle's recent trip overseas, Anatomy of a Scandal, what she's watching next, and, of course, Harrychella and the two new songs we heard from Harry's House during weekend one. Then she's joined by her friend Andrea Lavinthal, the Style and Beauty Director of People, to talk about that Shania s…
 
In episode 24 our anxiety is caused by addiction, trying to get sober and supporting someone you know who's sober or trying to be. To help me out, I invited my friend, actor and comedian Patrick McCartney on the show to share his story as well as Dr. Chuck. Smith who helps people detoxing but has been through recovery himself. How to support the sh…
 
Nada, naught, nil, zip, zilch, zero. Whatever you call it, it's hard to imagine the world without it. Zero is the basis for all modern computing and engineering, including trigonometry, algebra, and binary code. So, pretty important. But despite how integral it is to our lives now, there was once a time when zero never existed. Today we are joined …
 
AND NOT JUST FOR THE COVID JAB. That title is clickbait, but I will tell you the full story soon. FIRST, my dear friend Kelly is the only winner of my contest to explain the fraudulent New England Journal study published in March, Effect of Early Treatment with Ivermectin among Patients with Covid-19. They used one of big Pharma’s old tricks—the tr…
 
In 1890, the man who shot the first ever motion picture boarded a train in Paris — and was never seen again. Shortly after his disappearance, another inventor showcased a camera with uncanny similarities. Is it coincidence or conspiracy? Today on the show we are joined by author and filmmaker Paul Fischer who tells the extraordinary story of Louis …
 
Abby's got notes on Netflix's The Ultimatum, Kim + Pete, Nicola Peltz + Brooklyn Beckham, Bennifer's engagement, Britney's pregnancy, coastal grandmothers on TikTok, Erika Jayne + RHOBH, a new Taylor theory, Coachella, and a possible secret David Lynch movie coming to Cannes (!!!). Then get happy with some music that will instantly lift your mood. …
 
In episode 23 I spoke with counselor, play therapist, Katie Lear LCMHC, RPT, RDT. We talked about how she helps kids in therapy using play therapy, slime, dungeons and dragons and more. We also spoke about when parents should bring kids to therapy. How to support the show! Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/givesmeanxiety Instacart: Inst…
 
Here it is in all it's reimagined glory. The earliest roots of Black Label. The Oba Chandler series. Listener, I busted my butt to get this to you guys in a reasonable time. Justin In Florida there is a man, a predator lying in wait. He’s got a long criminal record and a boat that’s not quite 30 feet. He owns a dark blue jeep Cherokee and uncontrol…
 
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