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Criminology is a true crime podcast that takes a deep dive into some of the most famous cases in the annals of crime. Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Morford will give you every details of these infamous crimes. New episodes come out every Saturday night at 10 PM.
 
The Polymaticast is the official podcast of Polymatic.media. The podcast is focussed on a plethora of subjects. Where "poly" is the many part and matic is our "making" and "development" backgrounds. You can expect interesting discussions between the hosts Alan Chaess and John Bakker about things like Space travel, Cord cutting ,Making , Art and plenty of other subjects. We try to have on guests as often as possible to give us some insights into subject matter we can't cover ourselves.
 
Comedians Todd McComas, Jeff Oskay, Austin Reel and lady of radio Jessica Alsman chat about their lives, the world around them and whatever random stuff that pops in their brains. They named this podcast FUNTOWN because its a place with only one rule...have fun. Also, that was the only decent name that wasn't already taken by another comedy podcast.
 
The Curse of Lords is a 5th Edition D&D (© Wizards of the Coast) actual play podcast which touches upon themes of the existential crises, mortality, identity, and an overarching mystery. What does mortality mean in a world where people can be resurrected, where gods literally exist and the afterlife is not a question but a fact? These are some of the questions that the Curse of Lords seeks to consider while telling a tale of four unfortunate characters looking for their past.
 
Medical Bombs of Knowledge is a podcast forum offered by Blake Briggs which explores board relevant topics throughout medicine. The focus of each episode varies, but they are always discussed in a "theater of the mind" style, where the listener is not simply memorizing disease names but actually understanding the physiology, pathology, microbiology, and pathophysiology as they relate to each other. Each podcast is an immersive experience that tells a story by painting a picture of disease, c ...
 
An evidence-based emergency medicine podcast. The Washington University Emergency Medicine Journal Club podcast provides an excellent way to keep up with the medical literature, improve patient care, and increase understanding of evidence-based medicine. Each month we ask a clinical or operational question pertinent to the practice of emergency medicine. We then discuss the four articles most relevant to that question in an attempt to determine the most evidence-based approach to patient care.
 
Service Restoration Masters Atlanta is a podcast about practical advice, tips, and training from disaster restoration experts. This podcast is intended to Service Restoration combine ideas about restoration work and will inform listeners about much different water damage encounters faced in the field. The tips and the information shared in this podcast will help increase your knowledge and the view of all the restoration aspects in general. Water Damage 24 Little Rock is a network of contrac ...
 
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With the winter approaching, and the threat of lockdowns looming, I decided to leave the country to do some exploring. Ari Shaffir loves to travel. And what a better time than now. It's scary to do, but once I made the decision it became a lot easier. This episode of My 2020 Year In Review podcast breaks down why I decided to hit the road, how I ch…
 
Dr. Nina Vasavada gives an Acid Base Core Lecture by first reviewing dietary sources of acids and alkali. She then reviews renal and non renal mechanisms of maintaining acid/base equilibrium. After, she discusses practice questions. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at…
 
Our Chief Medical Resident for Education, Dr. Samuel Reynolds, presents “Basic Science: Molecular Biology in Cardiovascular Disease”. He discusses the basis of Cardiovascular Disease from a molecular standpoint and emphasizes how arrhythmia and cardiac conduction impairment relates to coronary artery disease and how the development of structural he…
 
I almost forgot about the election that saved comedy. Not the presidential election. No, that doesn't really matter. We're still gonna be at war with 7 countries and watch the rich get richer and the poor get poorer regardless of who won that. I'm talking about the Legion of Skanks election. I decided to run for the president of someone else's podc…
 
In part 4 of My 2020 Year in Review podcast, I talk about returning to New York City. I am standup comedian Ari Shaffir. And I'm only a standup comedian while I'm doing standup comedy. Otherwise, I'm just the internet's greatest yogi. Things in New York were starting to open up again. So I made my return. And what a great decision that was. New Yor…
 
Covid changed a lot for a lot of people. Bezos is killing it more than ever. And whoever owns Purell. But for the rest of us things went off the rails. With the March lockdown looming, standup comedian and yoga guru Ari Shaffir decided to take his dog and go live with his parents out in the suburbs. In part 3 of my 2020 Year in Review podcast, I ta…
 
This is the second episode in a two-part series called "The Eyes Have It", where The Curious Clinicians explore questions related to the eye. In this episode Hannah, Avi, and Tony learn about why bilirubin deposits in the eye, as well as why the term "scleral icterus" is anatomically incorrect. Remember to pick CME/MOC credit just for listening to …
 
Troll of the Year. On part 2 of My 2020 Year in Review podcast I talk about how I brought a city to its knees. With a few expertly timed and crafted words I made Los Angeles crumble. It was hilarious. Even the comedy world wasn’t immune from my power. While most standups laughed and were tremendously supportive, a few comedians fell to my power. So…
 
It's time for my annual Year In Review podcast. This ain't about what happened in the world. This is about what happened in the world of the greatest living athlete, Ari Shaffir. It was a wild one. Full of ups and downs syndromes. 2019 had more twists than a, than a, I don't know. Than a really twisty thing. It was such a long one I decided to cut …
 
John and Jonnie discuss the role of satirical content in social change, and lament those who use a “free speech” defense while committing acts of sedition. Also, an important conversation about Christian Nationalism, the legacy of our President, and the church’s response. Today’s episode is NOT sponsored by The Main Stream Media®️ : “Something occu…
 
A meeting with an old friend goes well, and plans are discussed for getting inside of Urbaltu. Plans are made and a heist gets underway! The gate into Urbaltu is wide open! And yet, as expected, there are a few bumps in the road. Virtutes Vocis by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4591-virtutes-vocis License: http://creativecommon…
 
John has clogged ear canals, and Jonnie tells a story about a smelly kid from the news. Then the boys discuss their amazement at (older) technology that we take for granted. Also a conversation about the President, his legacy, and our disappointment with recent events (some of which were happening live as we recorded). Today’s episode is NOT sponso…
 
John Dennehy came over to talk to me about Ecuador. Specifically about the 2005 People's Revolution that toppled their government. John was there for all of it. He even helped set up road blocks during the protests. Really interesting stuff that seems kind of extra relevant this week, huh? He also told me hella stuff about Ecuador. From the food, t…
 
On Dec. 6, 2014, in Courland, MS, a horrible murder occurred. First responders were called out to a scene that they thought was just a car fire. But, then they found 19-year-old Jessica Chambers who had severe burns on over 90% of her body. Emergency personnel tried to get information from Jessica on what happened to her but she could barely speak …
 
This is the first episode of a two-part series called "The Eyes Have It", where The Curious Clinicians explore questions related to the eye. In this episode Tony, Hannah, and Avi explore why Wilson disease can present with Kayser-Fleischer corneal rings. Remember to pick up CME/MOC credit just for listening to the episode! Check out the show notes …
 
John cleans out his garage, while Jonnie makes an internet purchase and gets sucked into a vortex of Facebook "Dad Ads". Then, the boys talk about their band days 🎸, and John’s propensity to talk between songs onstage. Also, a conversation about condemnation and grace. Today’s episode is NOT sponsored by Cottage Cheese™️: “You won’t know we’ve gone…
 
Podcasts discussed in today's episode: Use of Hydrocortisone, Ascorbic Acid, and Thiamine in Adults with Septic Shock Treatment of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis ATS Guideline on Long-Term Noninvasive Ventilation in Chronic Stable Hypercapnic COPD ATS Guideline on Home Oxygen Therapy for Adults with Chronic Lung Disease Nanoparticle Delivery of Proang…
 
This episode we discuss the cool stuff from 2020 Stuff 2020 john | Cintiq 16(and 22) | https://polymatic.link/vx john | Cintiq pro | https://polymatic.link/vy john | Huion kamvas pro 22 | https://polymatic.link/vz john | John’s art pc 2020 | https://polymatic.link/artpc2020 john | Omnifocus | https://polymatic.link/omnifocus john | obsidian | https…
 
Crow, Gideon and Myk encounter one of the most peculiar and surprisingly effective foes they've yet encountered. More frightening than a Nightmare, more mobile than a rampaging half-dragon. A wagon wheel. Later, they make a wish and take a short ride. Virtutes Vocis by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4591-virtutes-vocis License:…
 
Tony appeared as a guest on the Bedside Rounds podcast with Adam Rodman. Tony and Adam delve into race, racism, and the social determinants of health through three historic plagues in the United States — yellow fever in New Orleans, poliomyelitis, and the early days of HIV/AIDS — and explore what lessons we can learn for the current COVID-19 pandem…
 
Tim Dillon got together with me to help me understand wealthy people. They're not like you and I. Sometimes I hate them and sometimes I am in awe of them. Tim broke down all the reasons they suck, and also all the reasons the poor aren't much better. Tim Dillon always has great insights into stuff like this. And he's been obsessed with the super we…
 
The boys discuss their (least) favorite Christmas songs, and remember some branding advice they received from a record producer. Then, a discussion about heretical song lyrics send the boys down a rabbit hole. Plus, a listener question about celebrities who are Christian. This episode is NOT sponsored by Mistletoe™️: “The only plant with a name tha…
 
An elderly female was run over by a reindeer, walking home from family's house X-mas eve. Arrives with acute low back pain that is reproducible. ICD-10 code above.Let's tackle a difficult, common ED topic to finish off 2020. So much high yield info, so take a listen and curl up next to the fireplace.…
 
Seems like the north has it's own smattering of problems, which should come as no surprise at all really. These are certainly of a different flavor though, and a handful of names have come up which are definitely familiar. What has happened up here? What sort of group of people are filling up this power vacuum left over from the ongoing conflicts t…
 
On this episode of Expanded Perspectives the guys start the show off talking about where they have been over the last few weeks and the madness in general surrounding the holidays. After catching up, the get into the news with some rather strange sightings. After the break they get into some really interesting listener stories including a family cu…
 
Joe Rogan loves two things. Fast cars and dank weed. And he's owned plenty of both. Joe and I talked about where his automobile obsession came from, the coolest cars he's ever driven, road handies, and much more. Joe smoked a fat cigar as I was watched with jealous eyes as I was stuck inside what looked like a Chechnyan prison where they had a no-s…
 
Learn about why cryptococcal meningitis can cause such severe elevations in intracranial pressure, while often causing only minimal inflammation. Don't forget, you can get CE/MOC credit just for listening! Check out the show notes for this episode and read Avi's tweetorial on this topic. You can support the podcast and pick up some sweet swag from …
 
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