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Writer Doug Bost and musician Adam Bernstein discuss the things that grown men shouldn’t care about -- but these guys do. What’s on the table? Only fun stuff. Episodes focus on all aspects of the comic book universe, from the warehouse of a professional comic book hoarder to interviews with some of the greatest comics creators alive -- Neal Adams, Klaus Jansen, Chris Claremont, and more. With frequent guests, Doug and Adam also cover movies, music, classic TV, and important topics like, “Wha ...
 
The Jokers are Teacher and Petulant Child grappling to understand their place in the universe. Whether or not to roll over and accept the cards being dealt. Pondering everything from Fee Phi Foe and Fum to Data`s pursuit to be human. They meander and fumble with diverse topics such as Douglas Adams Theory "The Fundamental Interconnectedness of All Things", "Universal Synchronicity and Serendipity" and how to play a major part in self-coaching and motivation. Querying universal consciousness ...
 
Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
 
From the start, God directed us at Freedom Valley to reach those who gave up on church, those who fellowshipped with other believers, but due to painful experiences, no longer had a church home. Some researchers suggest that approximately 38% of Americans fit this description. This amounts to approximately 20,000 people in Adams County and York County who we're called to help re-activate in the Body of Christ.
 
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Moksha: Reflections on Lost

Luke Ronne, Gerry O'Dwyer, Chris O'malley, and Adam Schumacher.

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Welcome to Moksha: Reflections on Lost, a podcast focused on discussion, speculation, and overall appreciation of ABC's incredible show. Every week we'll be back to talk about the show in general, what our theories are, our favorite episodes, and everything else. We'd love to have you guys send in questions for us to respond to- you can email us at Moksharol@gmail.com. We hope you all enjoy the podcast. See you in another life ;)
 
Conversations with creatives who FOUND – or re-found – their CREATIVITY as adults. We’ll explore their childhood experiences of the arts, discuss how they came to the artistic practices they now love, and consider the barriers to creativity that they experienced between the two. My guests are proponents of visual, written and performing arts, with similarities and wild differences in their experiences. We’ll explore what it is that people value and gain from their new-found artistic experien ...
 
Tank Riot is a never dull audio podcast that digs deep into the minds of Viktor, Sputnik, and Tor. Each podcast starts you on a winding audio journey with destinations such as Fritz Haber, Edward Bernays, William Henry Harrison, Woodrow Wilson, Hogan's Heroes, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Stranger Things, CFAA, Spectre, The Martian, Pope Francis's Global Warming Encyclical, Vincent van Gogh, John Carpenter, Nick Drake, Ada Lovelace, Deep State, Blaxploitation Films, Spaghetti Westerns, John Way ...
 
Since its launch in November 2015, Fresh is the Word has been a documentation of your host K-Fresh as they journey through their love of music and pop culture, as well as using this platform to share they growth on topics important to women, people or color and the LGBTQ community through the artistic lens of pop culture. As an ever evolving podcast, K-Fresh is going back to his musical roots focusing more on the music artists they are passionate about from the past and present by telling st ...
 
Adaptiva enables IT professionals to securely speed enterprise-wide software deployments without adding costly servers or throttling network bandwidth. The company’s breakthrough peer-to-peer systems management technology uses intelligence, automation, and bandwidth optimization techniques to distribute content faster than any other systems management solution available today.
 
A Recovery Podcast for Eating Disorders, Food Addiction and Emotional Pain Melissa Groman is a psychotherapist in private practice since 1995. Her specialties include relationships, healing emotional pain, and eating disorders. She is the author of Better is Not So Far Away: Decide to Recover from Bingeing, Starving or Cutting, 2015, McGraw Hill Education.
 
Moments that Rock is a cornucopia of all things... that rock! It’s made up of various segments, such as ‘Way Back Then’, which is a selection of archive interviews with the likes of The Ramones, U2 , Steve Winwood etc., Music industry veterans share stories of their careers in the music industry,, something we like to call 'Industry Insiders.' . Storytelling is the name of the game. and we have the storytellers. .We’re here to help keep the legacy alive of some of the greatest artists that e ...
 
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Sectarianism must be ended: Sectarianism is a legacy of our colonial past. We have the opportunity to confine it to the dustbin of history. CAN DOGS THINK? ‘Can dogs think? Is that what you asked me?’ Your man snapped at me in exasperation. ‘What kind of stupid question is that to ask anyone? Are you winding me up again?’…
 
It's 2022 and Grown Ass Men are starting the year off right! In this episode we chat with comic book writer legend Gerry Conway! Gerry has written for both Marvel and DC (as well as TV and film) and created The Punisher, Ms. Marvel, Firestorm and many others. His work on Spider-Man includes some of the most well known loved issues in the history of…
 
Joe Bartnick returns for the first Soft Dump of 2022, and swiftly begins with an apology to GM Ron Hextall for doubting his belief in Tristan Jarry. Plus, the era of Evan Rodrigues and why you never count 'aht the CaptainBy Randy Baumann
 
PFT Commenter recaps a marathon Wild Card weekend, defends the seven seed, but is critical of the teams that made it - no offense. Plus, Missi Matthews addresses the in-house QB competition between Mason Rudolph and Dwayne Haskins and where the Steelers might look elsewhere for a third QB, Joe Bartnick owes GM Ron Hextall an apology, and comedian P…
 
Irish F-ing Attitude is all over the place this week. There's no stopping it. George, now Irish, attempts a coup to change the show name but the 52 Jokers WIld strikes back as plenty of attitude coming from Garvin. Matriarchy wins the day as the strongest voice, as Myia Elliott rounds the boys up and sings the song that inspires both Garvin and Geo…
 
Donnie Iris returns to the Palace Theater for two shows next month to celebrate his 79th birthday - it'll be his first performance in nearly 22 months! Plus, Merril Hoge takes a look at the Steelers most pertinent needs and which would be the quickest to fix in the offseason. Comedian Todd Glass is in town at the Arcade Comedy Theater for five show…
 
Cam Heyward assesses the future of the Steelers defense - as well as his own, Gene Steratore explains why you won't see the same officiating crews in the Divisional Round of the playoffs and moving forward. Charlie Batch explores the Steelers options at QB, and Billy Gardell returns.By Randy Baumann
 
It didn't how we'd all wanted it to last night in Kansas City, especially for Big Ben, but the Chiefs just proved to be too much in nearly every aspect of the game. And thus ends Ben Roethlisberger's 18 year career with the Black n Gold. So what does the offseason hold for the Steelers from top to bottom: front office, assistant coaches, coordinato…
 
The law of joint enterprise murder has been described as a dragnet because it can criminalise people on the very periphery of a crime. This week I am joined by Jan Cunliffe and John Crilly, two people who's life experiences have led them to campaigning against what they see as an unjust law. For more information and to support the podcast go to www…
 
This episode's guest, US author Julie Carrick Dalton, made an impulsive purchase a few years ago. Some people panic buy a pair of shoes or the latest electronic gadget, Julie panic bought a forest, complete with bears and moose. Julie started her undergraduate studies as pre-med, but finished majoring in journalism, and went on to have a well-trave…
 
Ben Roethlisberger may not be the best person to dole out sarcasm, but he definitely wasn't joking about the impressions Juju made during yesterdays practice. Plus, comedian Ian Bagg has a bad habit of scheduling surgeries around holidays. Dave Dameshek doesn't blink in the wake of a trip to KC, plus Sean Collier's movie reviews and more…
 
Big Cat confesses he was not one of those fans rooting for chaos on Sunday night, but was in fact pulling for a Steeler playoff birth at all costs, Missi Matthews notes one key element that could play a big difference in this weekend's matchup with the Chiefs: a healthy TJ Watt, and Adam Teicher notes that Kansas City hasn't played flawless this ye…
 
Register for the VIRTUAL LIVE Creating Wealth conference on January 28 and 29, 2022.Visit JasonHartman.com today! In today’s 10th episode Jason welcomes an old friend, Brian Moran, author of the best-selling book The 12 Week Year-The guide to shortening your execution cycle down from one year to twelve weeks. Most organizations and individuals work…
 
Over the last six months, Garvin and I got to talk to many leading female filmmakers and businesswomen, all with a strong voice and a sense of purpose. Each at different stages of their career. All have similar goals. Have either achieved them or are preparing to put their plans into action. Business is foremost. Each knows how to work with and get…
 
Bill's Missed Tackles segment takes a look at the instability around the NFL at QB and head coach in comparison to that of the Black n Gold, Merril Hoge spots some vulnerabilities in Kansas City's game. Plus, the Tomlin Translator, Mark Madden on Geno's Return, and moreBy Randy Baumann
 
Máire Comerford - inspiring revolutionary “Never was the past so near, or the present so brave or the future so full of hope.” - Máire Comerford. In our latest podcast Hilary Dully, editor of the recently published memoirs of Máire Comerford is interviewed by Mícheál Mac Donncha. In ‘On Dangerous Ground’ Máire tells her own story, bringing to life …
 
Captain Cam Heyward couldn't believe the chaos that ensued in Vegas on Sunday night between two AFC West Rivals, he never even considered the possibility of a tie. Plus, Cam lays out the defensive game plan heading into Kansas City this weekend: Score more points than the Chiefs, and stop Patrick Mahomes. It's much easier said than done.…
 
Captain Cam Heyward lays the land for stopping KC this Sunday after grinding out a win in Baltimore last weekend and counting those lucky stars that the Raiders pulled through. Plus, Gene Steratore on the extracurriculars behind part-time officiating, and Charlie Batch wishes he coulda been down there in Baltimore for one last ride with Ben.…
 
This past June, Bob Saget joined the morning show ahead of a weekend's worth of shows at the Pittsburgh Improv. He was generous with his time as always, and full of stories about comedy heavyweights like Bill Hicks, Sam Kinison, Robin Williams, Dave Chappelle, and more. He also shared how he was more excited than ever before to be out on the road d…
 
The Steelers earned a playoff birth yesterday thanks to another come from behind victory on the road in Baltimore at the hands and feet of Ben Roethlisberger and Chris Boswell, and also through some AFC stars aligning in the way of a Jaguars upset of the Colts and a last second walk-off GW FG for the LV Raiders against the LA Chargers. Tim Benz, Ge…
 
OUR old pal Tom Hartley is a fine singer. He and I have been known to duet together. Back in the day in C Wing in Belfast Prison on the Crumlin Road, his dulcet tones echoed around the landings like a bird in flight while my rich baritone kept close harmony. Our sonorous grace notes soared and dipped in perfect tune. Even now, decades later, men lo…
 
Ben Roethlisberger says his arm still feels good, even after all those high fives he gave out after Monday night's victory over the Browns in his finale at Heinz Field. Dave Dameshek reminds you why you should root for the Steelers on Sunday if you're still torn, Sean Collier has a fresh slate of movie reviews, and Bill still hates Baltimore…
 
Ben Roethlisberger says his arm still feels good, even after all those high fives he gave after Monday night's victory over the Browns. Plus, his thoughts on the future of the team behind the leadership of Najee Harris and Rookie O-linemen Kendrick Green and Dan Moore.By Randy Baumann
 
Big Ben's Swan Song at Heinz Field left PFT Commenter wanting more, Missi Matthews on Najee Harris' breakaht rookie season, The Tomlin Translator addresses Monty Adams success, The Pittsburgh Meteor Kings get you ready for the next apocalyptic event, and moreBy Randy Baumann
 
New Year 2022 Compilation It's the beginning of a New Year, and after the festive season, we are all fired up for new adventures. It's also a great time to reflect on what has been achieved to date and take some advice from our most recent guests. So we have pulled out a few gems from those conversations to make our latest compilation. We hope you …
 
Mr. Wednesday Jeff Konkle is highly sensitive to inconsiderate urinal behavior...he'll explain. Plus, Merril Hoge touts his undefeated streak as the official Terrible Towel Twirler at Heinz Field and explains why Ben stacks up differently when compared to the likes of Kurt Warner, Brett Favre, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, etc. Charlie Batch knows for…
 
Captain Cam Heyward reflects on what was a really special night at Heinz Field last night for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the well-deserved salute he received from Steeler Nation. Plus, the dominance shown on the field from some key defensive acquisitions and Najee Harris, who's star is rising quickly.…
 
Heinz Field saluted their QB one last time after another route of the Browns - captain Cam Heyward shares what it was like playing alongside Ben early on in his career, and Gene Steratore remembers a time in Baltimore when Ben was getting hit so hard play after play he wanted to yell "look out!" as a fair warning. Plus the top Five Plays of the gam…
 
Tim Benz, Gerry Dulac and Stan Savran preview tonight's Home Field farewell to Big Ben and remember some iconic moments form Number 7 at Heinz Field, plus - the fallout of Bowl Season and whether expansion is the answer, and Val gets to the bottom of that Big Boom heard round Western PA on Saturday. And its our first show of '22, and first in Bridg…
 
The guests for this episode are Sara Sheperd and James D. Gish, who play the roles of Carole King and Gerry Goffin respectively in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. Carole King has long been one of the most prolific songwriters for decades. Beautiful is the story of her rise to a legendary status in the history music, detailing her songwriting pa…
 
A funny kind of New Year’s resolution: NEW Year resolutions and I are old friends. Usually I muse at the end of the old year about what I need to commit myself to for new year’s arrival. This year the pandemic cuts down the options. Going to the gym isn't on. Taking up senior hurling or football? Same problem. Stopping the drink? Maybe? But seeing …
 
Ronika Merl has only been a scriptwriter for three years. Three years. Yep, that's right three years. And she has been firing on all cylinders, blasting out a grand total of 22 features in 36 months. The last producer told Roni the budget was just ten grand. No problem. 48 hours later. Bump. There's the script. No messing. Job done. None of this li…
 
THIS Christmas take a moment to think about Leonard Peltier. Leonard was convicted in 1977 of the murder in 1975 of two FBI agents during a confrontation at the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Two others who were charged with the murders were found not guilty by reason of self-defence. Peltier has always denied involvement in the two deaths…
 
It's time for our annual holiday episode! The Grown Ass Men podcast team get together every December for a gift exchange where we always get what we want, comic books! A fun time is had by all. We also give a giant shout out to one of the all time great artists, George Perez.
 
CJ Walley is stirring up quite a revolution. "Power to the People," Garvin fists the air, spurred on by 'Citizen Smith' starring Robert Lindsey as Wolfie Smith in the old British TV series from the seventies. "More like Winston Smith from George Orwell's 1984," George remarks. But CJ Walley's revolution is in screenwriting, ramping up the action wi…
 
The last number eleven up the Rock AT A cruinniú in Glór na Móna I noticed a pop-up advertising one of the projects Glór na Móna is pioneering. ‘Faoi Scáth an tSléibhe – Connecting People and Place in the Upper Springfield Area’ is a heritage project aimed at making local history vibrant and accessible. The pop-up contained a photo of the number el…
 
It's the 2021 DVE Morning Show Christmas Show! Mark Madden shares his favorite Christmas memory of all-time, Billly Gardell tells you how to successfully navigate the holidays, Steve Byrne has more Penguin ID's for the holiday season. Plus, Sean Collier's Top 10 Christmas Movies of All Time, Bill's Letter to Steeler Santa and much more.…
 
We've always wondered how the other half lives, especially those bedazzled rockers in the Hollywood Hills, maybe we should just do a Yinzer Cribs version with Donnie Iris instead! PFT Commenter mourns the firing of Urban Meyer, plus we say goodbye to our beloved Greentree abodeBy Randy Baumann
 
With four games left, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger says he is dialed in and focused on making a playoff run, and not looking past that. It's been an entertaining season so far, and hasn't exactly gone the way the Steelers had hoped to this point, but Ben is encouraged from the growth he's seen from rookies like Pat Freiermuth, who's jersey made t…
 
Mr. Wednesday welcomes the Pittsburgh Ferris Wheel, Merril Hoge would've welcomed a matchup against Devin Bush back in his day. Plus, Mark Madden and the surging penguins, comedian Matt Light's hosting an ugly sweater Christmas party tomorrow night at the Improv - get your tickets now!By Randy Baumann
 
Stephen T. Ford was shy, reserved and introverted as a writer, BUT then it twigged, the only way to get noticed was to muscle in on the director's gig and make his own shorts. Now everyone is after him and he's becoming a powerhouse in Irish Indie Productions, and by the time this blurb is finished, he'll a made five more movies. What am I doing? I…
 
Gene Steratore and why there was no chance of a penalty being called after the Chase Claypool first down extravaganza, Cam Heyward on keeping players accountable in the locker room, and why he skips out on watching Elf during the holidays. Plus, Billy Gardell remembers the time a Steelers loss ruined his Christmas.…
 
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