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Just what you didn't know you were missing! A smart and sassy'ish Sista from the southwest chats it up with a friend or three on occasion. And when we remember to hit 'record', you'll be able to enjoy our hilarious, insightful, and educational banter. We've got no structure or boundaries, which leaves us with a lot of shit to say! We apologize in advance for making you chuckle so hard you spew your wine. Stay tuned!
 
Join my dad- George Donikian and I as we talk about the one thing that binds us- TV! Through most of our life we haven’t had much in common but the one thing we could always count on to get us chatting was Television shows or movies we had seen. We would rant, rave and swap notes! Whether it was going to the cinema to see a movie or hanging out on the couch watching TV it was our time and we loved it! Each week, on this podcast we challenge each other to watch shows and movies that we have l ...
 
Discovery first begins with exploring. Just playing with podcasting and Inspired by the incredible treasures around us this continues to grow into an ever-evolving adventure of health, fitness, and then some. Sharing it forward with the hope to create growth, connection and community. As a practicing Life Coach, Personal Fitness Trainer, and an Ambassador of Healthy Living, I'm excited to learn and share as I go. Humor and open-mindedness encouraged. © LoraXplora™ and LauraInspiredProject Po ...
 
An introverted teenage girl with an unconventional superpower, Taylor goes out in costume to find escape from a deeply unhappy and frustrated civilian life. Her first attempt at taking down a supervillain sees her mistaken for one, thrusting her into the midst of the local ‘cape’ scene’s politics, unwritten rules, and ambiguous morals. As she risks life and limb, Taylor faces the dilemma of having to do the wrong things for the right reasons. This is an unabridged fan-recording of Worm, writ ...
 
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This week we celebrated Amazon Prime by choosing The Samaritan and Little Fires Everywhere currently streaming on the platform. Dad and I didn’t realise it at the time, but both of the offers from this week involved fire and lots of questions that needed answers. Have a listen now to hear our thoughts on The Samaritan, and Little Fires Everywhere…
 
Joshua Holland kicks off this week's show with a look at how Tucker Carlson's pro-Russia propaganda is so shameless that it might make the Kremlin's own masters of spin blush. We'll then be joined by Ilya Yablokov, a professor of journalism and digital media at The University of Sheffield, to talk about how Putin's "partial mobilization" is changin…
 
In this episode, we speak to on-air personality, Jordan Rich! Listeners will likely recognize his voice from the long-running, overnight, Jordan Rich Show, or the many other shows he has or currently hosts for WBZ. Rich is also the co-owner of Chart Productions, an audio/video company in Boston, where he produces and hosts several podcasts and show…
 
When I give lectures on growth plate problems, I often present a slide with an x-ray of a knee in a kid who hasn’t fully finished their growth. I outline where the physis, or the growth plate, is. Then we show the metaphysis, or the area between the growth plate and the shaft of the bone, then the epiphysis, the area between the growth plate and th…
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show with a look at two cases in which right-wingers tasked with upholding the law appear to be targeting their political adversaries with dubious prosecutions. Then we're joined by Scott Hechinger, a veteran public defender and executive director of the advocacy group Zealous, to help us sort fact from ficti…
 
This week, fresh off of his victory in a closely watched special election in New York's 19th district, Pat Ryan (D-NY) joins us to talk about how Democrats can take back the mantle of freedom and the GOP's "political malpractice" in pushing deeply unpopular abortion bans at a moment when they could win control of Congress. Then, a related segment a…
 
The act of dreaming is an important part of our sleeping habits. Dreams are thought of as the brain’s way of helping us decompress from the days trials and tribulations. But not all sleep is restful. Sometimes dreams have a nasty habit of going bad. Transforming into nightmares. If dreams are just movies in our mind, made from a patchwork of memori…
 
Movie turned TV series ‘A League of Their Own’ is now streaming on Amazon Prime. This series explores some of the same ideas presented in the movie whilst delving deeper into topics that were taboo in the past. ‘Sandman’ now streaming on Netflix has gotten its viewers creating memes and spotting famous faces in the cast. Press play now to hear what…
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show with a look at how far-right leaders use public money to cause real hardship for real people in service of propaganda campaigns. Then we're joined by Greg Sargent from The Washington Post to discuss the latest courtroom drama over the search of Mar-a-Lago, the tantrums MAGA has been throwing in response …
 
What kind of reaction do you get when you read a news article reading about a grade-school kid who’s running a marathon? It typically doesn’t get news coverage because it doesn’t happen often, but if you look at comments on social media there are often lots of comments about the cruelty of it. The “craziness of the parents”, even comments of it bei…
 
Hey Hey Hey, WGSTS Listeners! Thanks for hanging in there and waiting on this episode to be produced. Hope your summer has gone well and you’re healthy and happy. More importantly, I hope you engage in some Day Tipsy’ness as I have recently. Enjoy this episode and holler if you have suggestions or topics of interest. shittosaypodcast@gmail.com is t…
 
Look – you COULD put a lot of time, money, effort and planning into generating a podcast, but when in doubt – SHUT UP & PUBLISH! Improvement will come naturally… Right? While we all want there to be a start to our podcast adventure, and everyone DREADS the speedbumps of pauses or inadvertant halts in podcast publishing – there are a variety of crit…
 
This week we are joined by Jesse O’Connell, senior vice president of education policy at The Center for American Progress, to talk about the student debt relief plan unveiled by the Biden administration this week. It's a much bigger deal than you might have been led to believe and it's causing a meltdown among those who hate seeing the government a…
 
I remember the excitement I had receiving my first sideline team bag as a fellow at Vanderbilt. It was certainly a sturdy bag as I still have it and it has held up better than any bag I’ve purchased since then. It was stocked with various supplies and over the years has seen things come and go from it. As I’ve gone on further in my career, I honest…
 
Today’s headlines are filled with news items share the unfortunate news of another person who has completed suicide. Thankfully, there is a new tool and avenue for those who are contemplating or those who are friends or loved ones of those who might be thinking about taking their own life. It’s time to talk ALL ABOUT dialing 988 – the number that n…
 
There’s a LOT OF KNOWLEDGE out there, and it’s all accumulating for you to read, listen to and interact with – IN FACEBOOK! It’s time to start talking about the avenue of MASSIVE FACEBOOK GROUPS when it comes to getting answers, advice and “sage input” from a very-large collections of Facebook users – on Facebook. Join an OG and Midguard Podcaster …
 
Joshua Holland kicks this week's show off with a rant about the over-the-top coverage of Liz Cheney's easily predicted primary defeat in a party that has become slavishly devoted to Dear Leader--coverage that pushed a generational effort to combat climate change off of the front page. And then we'll be joined by Sarah Posner, whose beat is the reli…
 
This week saw dad and I watch two shows with a strong storyline and a whole lotta action… for different reasons of course! ‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ series, currently streaming on Netflix, follows the life of a lawyer who runs his firm from the back seat of his.. you guessed it, Lincoln! ‘The Terminal List’, streaming on Amazon Prime is about a Navy Sea…
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show with a look at the dangerous but also totally ridiculous tantrum the entire right is throwing in response to a search warrant being executed at Mar-a-Lago--and the Republican propaganda that's fueling it. Then we are joined by journalist and legal analyst Marcy Wheeler to talk about the overlapping inves…
 
Talking to people is supposed to be something EASY. Hey, how’s it goin’!? What’cha got planned tonite? Hey, what the status on that project and the consequential discussion makes for lives across the globe day after day. But what happens when the conversations that you’re having – are literally – life and death? Inside of 1998’s The Negotiator, we …
 
A common question health care professionals may get from patients and their families when it comes to musculoskeletal problems is about getting an MRI to evaluate an injury further. An MRI can be helpful in situations, but when is it really needed? Today on the Healthy Young Athlete Podcast we talk about MRIs, what they tell us and what they don’t,…
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show with a look at the rapidly-expanding scandal surrounding security officials scrubbing their texts from the January 6 coup attempt. Then we're joined by Salon's Amanda Marcotte to talk about the Kansas abortion referendum--an earthquake that shook the religious right and may have given Democrats a roadmap…
 
Groin pain. Literally can be a pain to deal with as a sports medicine professional. The source and location of the pain can be vague and may lead someone down the wrong path to diagnosis and treatment. Most people in sports medicine have heard of a sports hernia. It is a source of groin pain but can be somewhat of a diagnostic challenge. Today on t…
 
This week, we embrace a rare good week in America! Joshua Holland kicks off the show looking at a new study which found that the sanctions regime enacted against Russia by Ukraine's allies is doing much more damage to Vladimir Putin's economy than many observers believe. Then we speak with WaPo's Paul Waldman about the surprising deal on climate an…
 
In our most recent episode of We’ve Got Issues, we had the pleasure of speaking with M.E. Malone, the Deputy Director of the Betsy Lehman Center for Patient Safety. Prior to joining the Betsy Lehman Center in 2014, Malone spent 25 years as a journalist covering government affairs. During our conversation we discussed a variety of important health a…
 
While recently browsing through Twitter, I noticed a debate in the athletic training twitter world about whether or not icing is beneficial following an ankle sprain. There was some significant discussion on both sides of the issue, so I thought I’d do a little dive into the research out there and get everyone current on what we know about the role…
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show looking at a new analysis of Americans' average life expectancy, which declined in 2021 for the second year in a row. There are some interesting demographic details to that story, which follows other public health analyses that revealed a growing life expectancy-gap between red and blue states. Then we'r…
 
While the modern news cycle will feature the words “domestic abuse” & “domestic violence” often, what can people DO when an incident occurs to make sure they are safe and stay safe? 20+year Police Dispatcher Lisa Moore provides details that will help anyone that is having or has had domestic violence impact their life inside this episode of The Dig…
 
Joshua Holland kicks off this week's show with a look at some egregious media malpractice surrounding the story of a 10-year-old rape victim forced to flee Ohio to access abortion care--and warns that it's likely just a taste of what's to come as the press both-sides right-wing officials imposing their religious beliefs on their constituents. Then …
 
What does a cop show and a show about ghosts have in common? Is it the unbelievable scenes, the twists and turns or that dad and I liked them both? Tune in now to find out how dad and I felt about Bosch, streaming on Amazon Prime and Ghosts, streaming on Paramount Plus for the American version and Stan for the British one!…
 
Joshua Holland kicks off this week's show talking about how after dodging it for almost three years, the 'rona finally caught up with him--and explains how our semi-official policy of pretending the pandemic is over is helping to spread the disease. Then we're joined by Cliff Schecter, host of The Takedown, to talk about how public opinion polls ar…
 
There are many things that all of us can accomplish – in 25 minutes. Did you know that every single episode of your podcast MUST be 25 minutes – or you’ll DIE? We’re going to talk about that, and a whole lot more inside this episode of The Podcast Gauntlet. The ultimate success for every podcaster – is FEEDBACK! Be sure to take just a few minutes t…
 
There are many must-dos inside the arena of Podcasting, however one is emboldened inside all of our Podcasting Brains tonite. “What might it be…” you ask? Well – “You MUST have comprehensive shownotes for each and every episode of your podcast.” That’s the focus of this episode of The Podcast Gauntlet. The ultimate success for every podcaster – is …
 
Howdy Hey, WGSTS Listeners! Thanks for being here. This episode is rant-laced and maybe a little controversial, so hold tight to your britches (if you’re one who dons such clothing)! Please, please feel free to comment at shittosaypodcast@gmail.com. Feel free to share and have some dialogue with the peeps in your life. The title of this episode and…
 
In this special episode of We’ve Got Issues, we sit down with our boss and the CEO and Managing Partner of Issues Management Group, Dan Cence, to discuss our agency’s new name, and his biggest takeaways since acquiring the firm in January of 2020. Dan touches on the evolution of communications and public affairs, and shares his perspective on leadi…
 
Origin stories take centre stage in this weeks episode of TV, it’s all we’ve got! Dad asked me to watch Disney’s latest addition to the Star Wars universe; Obi-Wan Kenobi. I can guarantee that it brought back some memories as I have only ever watched Star Wars with dad. We both watched The Kings Man, as I was visiting dad in Melbourne. It started o…
 
There are many things that we, as podcasters can spend money on. Hosting. Websites, Even the ways to generate social media: You’re gonna’ spend money, but you know where you’ve gotta’ blow your hundreds, If not thousands of dollars? You’ve gotta’ blow it all — on equipment! Or do you? We’re gonna talk about all that and more inside this episode of …
 
This week, we speak with Salon columnist Heather "Digby" Parton about Republicans' alarming embrace of threats and political violence against everyone from their own elected representatives whom they deem insufficiently right-wing to election workers just doing their jobs to count votes. Then we're joined by Jezebel's Susan Rinkunas, who has a prev…
 
Hola Howdy Hey, Listeners! In her own words: *AnnieBake is back and holding no punches, she wants you to get it together, grow up, and live like an adult.* As always, we do not own the rights to the art or music. If you've got shit to say in response to this or any other episode, please send a message to shittosaypodcast@gmail.com. Happy Juneteenth…
 
We kick off this week's show with Brandi Buchman from Daily Kos, who joins us to discuss what we've learned so far from the January 6 Select Committee hearings--and to what end this historic process may be leading. Then we speak with Jeff Hauser, executive director of The Revolving Door Project, about the serious structural obstacles the White Hous…
 
This week, Joshua Holland offers a few easy predictions for the first hearings of the January 6 Select Committee. Then, if a far-reaching executive order to ramp up America's renewable energy production falls in the forest, does it make a sound? Maya Golden-Krasner, deputy director of the Center for Biological Diversity's Climate Law Institute, tel…
 
Dad and I didn’t realise that we gave each other shows with numerals in their titles for this weeks show. ‘Girls 5 Eva’ is a show about a girl group who unite to revive their career and ‘Ten Percent’ is about a talent agency that is hoping to stay open. So, what else do these shows have in common? Well you’ll have to tune it to find out!…
 
This week I gave dad a real tear jerker when I asked him to watch ‘As we see it’; a show on Amazon Prime which shows you the lives of three friends living on the Spectrum. He recommend that I sail the seas with ‘Black Sails’, now streaming on Netflix. A tale we all know well- Blackbeard, his treasure and the fight to find it. Tune in now to hear ou…
 
Howdy Hey, WGSTS Listeners & Sharers! Happy June … The most expensive month of the freakin’ year. As always, thanks for listening and sharing and suggesting shit to speak about. If you want to share or say more, drop a line to shittosaypodcast@gmail.com. Let’s GO: Occasionally, you’ll put on your leggings backwards. If your gut and butt are the sam…
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show noting that Canadian security experts are becoming nervous about the potential for their big, heavily armed neighbors to the South to experience democratic collapse--and warn that America's conservative media is helping fuel a rise in right-wing extremism that's now dribbling over the border. Then we spe…
 
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