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Kevin Grogan (Bootsy) is a former homicide detective and Lou Valoze (Sal) is a former undercover ATF agent. With more than 40 years of law enforcement experience ranging from patrol to multi-million dollar federal investigations, Bootsy and Sal will share their true experiences and invite special guests to discuss issues facing law enforcement today.
 
Sal Peer launched Funnels Chef which gives Sal the ability to personally contribute to the education and growth of businesses and entrepreneurs. The Funnels Chef initiative is dedicated to delivering high-quality training programs to increase exposure and create automated systems for handling the sales. Funnels Chef is all bout income-producing sales funnels and marketing strategies that actually work. featuring special guests like Jim Edwards, Akbar Sheikh, Mike Long, Bailey Richert, Blake ...
 
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Climate change’s effects will be felt across the planet, but what we can we learn from different regions? Falk Huettmann, professor of wildlife ecology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, explores one area to see. Falk Huettmann is a Professor for Wildlife Ecology working on all continents of the world with over 250 publications, including 7 boo…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ariel Helwani to discuss the Buffalo Bills’ Round 2 matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs (6:18), as well as the upcoming UFC 270 and heavyweight main event between Francis Ngannou and Ciryl Gane, and more (27:58). Then Bill talks to NFL Network’s Peter Schrager about every Round 2 playoff game, Bill’s playoff g…
 
Conspiracy theories are no longer just on the fringe of society. Kenneth Luck, assistant professor of media arts at SUNY Sullivan, explains why. Kenneth Luck, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Media Arts at SUNY Sullivan. He holds degrees in Political Science, Education, and Human Development. In 2017, he produced and directed “Opioid Nation: The…
 
Trust in government is said to be at an all-time low. Anna Amirkhanyan, professor of public administration and policy at American University, digs down to find out if national trends are just spin. Anna Amirkhanyan is a professor of public administration and policy at American University. Her research focuses on public and nonprofit management, org…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Raja Bell to discuss Kevin Durant’s injury and how it fit right into their unlucky season. They also discuss the Lakers’ lackluster regular season and poorly constructed roster, the formidable Cavaliers, the exciting Grizzlies, and more (3:28). Then Bill talks with Joe House about the NBA All-Star ballot, the …
 
Liberal mouthpiece Joe Rogan, and I guess heterosexual comedian Tony Hinchcliffe met me at a gun range in Texas to shoot the poop and tell stories about the past while Tony caressed his new girlfriend. We took some questions from my Patreon to keep us going while listening to the manly sounds of murder tools going off in the distance. Both Tony and…
 
Fostering an inclusive environment is key during a time of crisis. Karla Loya, assistant professor of educational leadership in higher education at the University of Hartford, explores how to make sure no one gets left behind. Karla I. Loya, Ph.D. (she/her/ella) is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership in Higher Education at the Universi…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to discuss yet another heartbreaking Cowboys playoff loss, the Bills thrashing the Patriots, the Steelers’ flop vs. the Chiefs, Raiders-Bengals, and Eagles-Buccaneers (2:12), before speculating on Rams-Cardinals and guessing the lines for the divisional round of the NFL playoffs (53:40). They close …
 
Why are consumers still finding empty shelves? Kevin Ketels, assistant professor of teaching in global supply chain management at Wayne State University, delves into the reasons behind the shortages. Kevin Ketels is Assistant Professor of Teaching, Global Supply Chain Management at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He is faculty lead for…
 
Having vague goals makes them even harder to reach. Joanne Dickson, associate professor of psychology at Edith Cowan University, determines how to stay on track. Joanne M. Dickson is an Associate Professor in the Division of Psychology, School of Arts & Humanities, at Edith Cowan University (ECU), Australia. Her main research focuses on mental heal…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ben Solak to discuss the biggest storylines from Round 1 of the NFL playoffs, including how Rams-Cardinals will affect the perception of the Matt Stafford trade, Patriots-Bills Part 3, and more (1:44). Plus: Was Jimmy G the 49ers' savior all along? Then Bill talks to NFL Network’s Peter Schrager about every Ro…
 
The opioid epidemic has been overshadowed by the pandemic, but is still ongoing. Oliver Civelli, professor of neuropharmacology at the University of California, Irvine, determines a possible solution to helping curb it. Olivier Civelli is a molecular biologist, a researcher in the field of neuropharmacology and an educator. He is the Eric L. and Li…
 
What can be done to help refugees in this country? Diya Abdo, professor of English at Guilford College, delves into this question. Diya Abdo is a Professor of English at Guilford College. A second-generation Palestinian refugee born and raised in Jordan, Dr. Abdo’s teaching, research, and scholarship focus on Arab women writers and Arab and Islamic…
 
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Justin Verrier and Rob Mahoney to discuss midseason All-NBA teams, honorable mentions, Ben Simmons trade rumors, why the Trail Blazers should "blow it up," MVP odds, and more (2:14). Then Bill talks with Matthew Belloni of Puck News about 'Yellowstone' and its streaming debacle, TV shows that were reinvigorate…
 
Sarah Tollemache and ever-fatter former non-steroid winner of Sober October Ari Shaffir sit on a treadmill in a gym they’ll never use to go over ways they’re going to no way change about themselves this year. Sarah is on the phone like 160 hours a day. And I haven't come up with a decent new resolution in a decade. They’re two losers who are fine w…
 
Teachers aren’t always allowed to teach what they believe. Frederick Engram, assistant professor of instruction at the University of Texas at Arlington, explains why. Dr. Frederick V. Engram Jr, is an Assistant Professor of Instruction with a joint appointment in the Department of Criminology/Criminal Justice and the Center for African American Stu…
 
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