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Best Dave Neal podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Dave Neal podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Sex Actually is a hilarious podcast discussing modern relationships. We dive into topics that are relevant to dating for today's generation. Dating apps like tinder and bumble, one night stands, ghosting, the friend zone, codependency, neediness and much more. The host, Dave Neal, is a stand up comedian and hopeless romantic. He interviews other comedians, self help guru's & dating coaches. The conversations are funny, sometimes dark, and very honest. Need help with dating & sex? Or just wan ...
 
Fitzdog Radio! Honest funny interviews w/ Greg Fitzsimmons' new and old friends diving deep and laughing hard. Guests include Zach Galifianakis, Joe Rogan, Sarah Silverman, JB Smoove, Chelsea Handler, Nick Swardson, Sebastian, Judd Apatow, Steven Wright, Dave Attell, Louis CK and Bill Burr
 
Rich will mix football analysis with pop culture, humor, and interviews with the biggest names in sports and entertainment. The nationally syndicated radio and TV talk show airs Monday-Friday, Noon-3PM Eastern / 9AM-Noon Pacific, on Youtube, SiriusXM and NBC Sports (last two hours). Said Eisen, "After all these years of seeing TV add 10 pounds, I'm hoping phones and tablets will only add 5."
 
What is the dumbest show you can imagine? This award-winning show may be dumber. It has no content. No format. Yet it's going on ten years of delighting hundreds of thousands of people. It's been an iTunes editors choice, and Rolling Stone picked it as one of the world's best comedy podcasts. It's light in the dark, comfort in the cold and a penguin in the pants (long story). Join hosts Jesse Thorn (NPR's Bullseye) and Jordan Morris (Comedy Central's @Midnight) and a celebrity guest on a rau ...
 
Part talk show and part game show, “I’m Too Effing High” is a half hearted attempt to find out if people are funnier when they’re high. Using the language of comedy in an effort to normalize cannabis, host James Mastraieni guides a panel of stoned comedians through a series of comedy challenges, games, and performances, testing their comedic creativity while being too effing high. More unpredictable than a 100mg edible, this is the funniest show you’ll never remember.
 
“Win Today” is a weekly podcast hosted by Christopher Cook, aimed at equipping modern, soulful, wellness-minded men and women to confidently show up each day, fully-alive in their true identity, spiritually, emotionally, and physically. Join the conversation with world-renowned leaders, bestselling authors, and experts-in-field who will help you design your roadmap to wholeness from the inside out.
 
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Episode Resources Download your free audiobook from Audible Michael Blank’s book Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing Gary Keller’s book The Millionaire Real Estate Investor Chad Carson’s book Retire Early with Real Estate Joe Fairless’ book Best Ever Apartment Syndication All of Robert’s favorite books Discover CMC Markets, the ultimate pl…
 
Special adviser to the British Primer Minister Dominic Cummings has landed himself in hot water Cummings has insisted he would not resign from his position after driving the length of England, while the country was under strict lockdown — a trip he made without informing the prime minister first. The Government is set to cop a fair amount of backla…
 
Main shopping streets are losing their retail stores, a problem that was around before the Covid-19 pandemic. The likes of Browns Bay in Auckland and Gisborne are suffering. Tauranga's CBD has over 100 empty store. Urban planner James Lunday believes the 'high street' has an opportunity to resurrect itself, but with change. He says many factors con…
 
Chad Quandt (New Netflix Series Wizards: Tales of Arcadia, Goosebuds podcast) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jesse's achievable goals to accomplish during quarantine, Chad's rubric for the horniest Star Trek series, and the truth behind the time Jose Canseco said he would sell his thumb on Twitter. Check out Jordan on Chad's Goosebuds p…
 
This episode we're joined by the hosts of the podcast P.S. I Love Rom-Coms. Allie Jennings and Mia Schauffler to find out exactly what it takes to a make a meet-cute. __ “I’m Too Effing High” is written and produced by James Mastreani, Mike McLendon, Matt Newell, Dhruv Uday Singh, and Andrew Steven. For live dates, past episodes, and more, visit: i…
 
Serdar Tuncali of Nerd Getting Fit shares how to fix your gut to lose weight and improve health. Episode 1007: How to Fix Your Gut to Lose Weight and Improve Health? by Serdar Tuncali of Nerd Getting Fit on Gut Microbiome Serdar Tuncali is here to show you the most efficient and scientific way to get in shape! When he says get in shape, he don’t me…
 
Holders of a New Zealand residence visa offshore wanting to travel to New Zealand will face a travel ban if they are coming into the country as residents for the first time, Immigration NZ says. The border is closed to all but NZ citizens and residents with limited exceptions. INZ resumed the processing of residence applications on May 14 - but sai…
 
There is set to be a vaccine free for all at some point, but the Government has put their foot forward to help research locally. The Government has allocated $37 million for local development of a Covid-19 vaccine to join the international efforts. It has also created a vaccine strategy and a taskforce to overseas its implementation. But former Nat…
 
The Government has allocated $37 million for local development of a Covid-19 vaccine and to join the international efforts. It has also created a vaccine strategy and a taskforce to overseas its implementation. Leading scientists have been urging New Zealand to start development of its own vaccine for more than a month amid fears the country could …
 
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has abandoned controversial laws that make it easy to deregister unions and rid officials. It will create a new relationship between unions and employees with the Government involved. Morrison is hoping to cooperate with unions better in an attempt to reform workplace laws. He says this must be a critical el…
 
New Zealand's biggest motorhome operator Tourism Holdings has come up with a way to give Kiwis a bucket list road trip while putting a little cash into its Covid-19 smashed balance sheet. In a bid to get the country moving again, the NZX-listed tourism operator is offering massive discounts on campervan hire through to the end of October - includin…
 
COMMENT: Never waste a good crisis. You’re probably sick of hearing that little truism which has been bandied about willy nilly during this Covid Crisis. But it’s a truism for a reason. When everything falls down you need to look at what’s necessary and what’s not and what you’ve taken for granted and what could be spruced up. One of those things i…
 
Amy Adams says her change of heart on retiring from politics has nothing to do with National's change of leadership. She ended her 12-year run in the Selwyn seat ahead of the election. But now, she's accepted the COVID-19 Recovery portfolio from new Opposition leader Todd Muller. Adams says she's always been very loyal to former leader Simon Bridge…
 
Kris Gunnars with Healthline shares a simple 3-step plan to stop sugar cravings. Episode 1006: A Simple 3-Step Plan to Stop Sugar Cravings by Kris Gunnars with Healthline on How to Limit Sweets Intake How you feel affects every precious day of your life. Healthline understands that, which is why they’re committed to being your most trusted ally in …
 
Stuff, one of New Zealand's largest media companies, has been sold to management for $1. Nine Entertainment announced the sale on the ASX on Monday morning. The new company will be led by Stuff's chief executive, former journalist Sinead Boucher. The deal ends years of speculation about the company's ownership, after lengthy attempts by NZME, owner…
 
A transtasman bubble with certain Australian states could open up even before interstate border bans are lifted. Australia's Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham said New Zealand was the first choice for an international travel bubble, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. "New Zealand is obviously the first, and right now only, international ma…
 
The newly jobless due to the Covid-19 crisis will be able to get $490 a week tax-free for 12 weeks. The Government this morning announced the $570 million scheme for temporary income support payments to New Zealanders out of work because of the pandemic. Full-time workers will be eligible for $490 a week and part-time workers will get $250, which i…
 
COMMENT: Well I almost had a normal weekend. My farmers market was open but hardly anyone turned up but that’s fine because allowing people in one at a time into a whole Farmer’s Market would have been a nightmare if everyone turned up. And amazingly I used the 50 dollar bill that’s been in my wallet since February to buy the vegetables. We went sh…
 
We start by reacting to the Joe Rogan Spotify deal and the Call Her Daddy podcast feud at Barstool Sports. Once that's all out of the way, we chat with standup comedian Michael Alberici and his partner Elaine. We discuss life during quarantine. The SAP is an open conversation about communication, love and comedy. We love talking about dating and re…
 
This episode features "What Happens in Solarium Square 21" written by Ashleigh Shears. Published in the May 2020 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine and read by Kate Baker. The text version of this story can be found at: http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/shears_05_20 Support us on Patreon at http://patreon.com/clarkesworld…
 
A sharp rise to fame for the new leader of the opposition. The latest TVNZ Colmar Brunton has new National Party leader, Todd Muller at 0.2 per cent as preferred Prime Minister. Political commentator David Farrar told Andrew Dickens he isn't surprised Muller didn't initially poll higher. “It’s more of a name recognition poll so it's rare for politi…
 
Ask Dr. Neal your question about health, nutrition, diet, fitness, and more here: http://OLDPodcast.com/ask or call: 614-568-3643 Episode 1005: Q&A - Pink Himalayan Sea Salt vs. Regular Table Salt & Himalayan Salt Lamps - Do They Work The original post is located here: https://oldpodcast.com/whats-difference-table-salt-vs-kosher-salt-vs-sea-salt-vs…
 
There are mixed messages on restrictions for religious services. Police today updated guidelines for staff enforcing potential level two breaches at places of worship, saying groups of more than 10 aren't permitted - unless groups can keep separated But the Ministry of Health has reminded people the 10-person limit still applies to church and faith…
 
Auckland Council has put together a $65 million hardship package for people struggling to pay rates as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, says Mayor Phil Goff. It is also looking at reducing some services temporarily and selling or leasing more non-core assets. Goff has firmed up a Herald report this week that council stands to lose $500m in the ne…
 
This election will be about the economy. That's the message from the new leader of the National Party. National Party leader Todd Muller says New Zealanders need a National Government with the experience and management skills to get our country through the worst crisis since the end of the Second World War. He told Andrew Dickens his focus as leade…
 
A claim National was headed for defeat under Simon Bridges. Political commentator and former chief of staff for the Prime Minister Neale Jones says Bridges was always unpopular. He told Andrew Dickens until now, National voters were willing to hold their nose. “I think his conduct during the Covid crisis was overtly negative and political in a way …
 
So in the wake of todays developments in the National Party here’s what I know about New Zealanders. They like their leaders to have a heart and a brain. They like them to have a funny bone and a backbone. They like them to be well balanced and not radical but also innovative and nimble. They like them to lead but also to listen. And that’s what tr…
 
Todd Muller is a name on everybody's lips at the moment, but can he defeat Jacinda Ardern? The National Party's holding an emergency caucus tomorrow after Muller emailed colleagues about replacing his leader, saying it'd be impossible to win the election otherwise. Auckland MP Nikki Kaye is believed to be eyeing up Paula Bennett's job as deputy. Ho…
 
Stella Kaufman with Mark Fisher Fitness shares 5 reasons strength training is the best pre-scription. Episode 1004: On Injuries: 5 Reasons Strength Training is the Best Pre-Scription by Stella Kaufman with Mark Fisher Fitness Mark Fisher Fitness helps people who hate gyms find a fitness home they actually love. They offer classes, semi-private trai…
 
Sky is issuing cheap shares to beat its cash-crunch, plans to enter the broadband market and is mulling a move into mobile phone plans. The pay-TV provider is raising $157 million with a deeply discounted rights issue. New shares will be 12c - a 63.6 per cent discount on Wednesday's closing price of 33c. Despite recovering from an all-time low of 1…
 
New poll results are being described as catastrophic for the National Party. TVNZ's Colmar Brunton poll has put the Opposition on 29 per cent - and Labour on 59 percent. In the preferred Prime Minister stakes, Simon Bridges sits at five percent - well below Jacinda Ardern on 63 per cent. Political commentator Ben Thomas told Andrew Dickens National…
 
Whether it's a smooth espresso martini sipped in a dimly lit booth or a crisp tap beer chugged at a rowdy leaner that you've been craving, from today bars across New Zealand will be allowed to open their doors again. New Zealand's lockdown period has been particularly tough for bar owners: delayed by 10 days compared to their restaurant and cafe co…
 
Fonterra has reported a sharp lift in its earnings for the first nine months of its financial year and has set a milk price for the coming year of $5.40-$6.90 per kg of milksolids. The co-op said it will contribute about $11 billion to the New Zealand economy through milk price for the year. Its advance rate schedule has been set off the mid-point …
 
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