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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
 
Discover with us how to lead QA teams and do web and software QA better. We’re a QA community exploring the latest and best quality assurance approaches to help you with DevOps, Agile, Automation, Performance, API, Mobile, Analytics, RPA, AIOps, Shift-Left and right. Find the tips, tricks, how-to guides, and tools you need to build your QA team, and banish the bugs! Hosted by CTO of Digital Assured, President of Vivit-Worldwide, and Tedx Speaker Jonathon Wright.
 
An interview collective of famous and not so famous deer hunters from around the country. We explore the curious aspects of the hunt, individual skill sets and deer hunting styles. From Maine to Florida, the Mid-West to the West Coast, we explore hunting styles of each area. Tree stands, tracking in deep snow, spot and stalk, and saddle hunting we cover it. We also diverge into the realms of other hunter related issues like conservation, fitness, hunter health, deer herd issues wherever they ...
 
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Jamie McCallum Ph.D. brings a unique set of experience to the enormous challenges of environmental protection. Combining his doctorate in Biological Sciences and decade in conservation with his early career in high-end corporate sponsorship; Jamie founded Force For Nature. Backed by leading conservation groups, global media partners and the world’s…
 
Benny Richards is a former Game Warden for Hunt County, Texas. Richards worked for over 25 years for the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife, and is well known for his appearances on “Lone Star Law”. During his time as a warden, he earned accomplishments such as the Texas Parks and Wildlife Officer of the Year (2015) and the Shikar-Safari Intern…
 
Jeff Baile is a retired conservation police officer and instructor in Illinois. He started out as a patrol officer in 1976, and moved to become a conservation police officer in 1979. Additionally, Jeff has worked as an instructor in his self-developed interview and interrogation course across the country. Jeff is a Certified Forensic Interviewer, a…
 
Jeff Baile is a retired conservation police officer and instructor in Illinois. He started out as a patrol officer in 1976, and moved to become a conservation police officer in 1979. Additionally, Jeff has worked as an instructor in his self-developed interview and interrogation course across the country. Jeff is a Certified Forensic Interviewer, a…
 
Bud Carr is a search and rescue expert in the upper northwest of the United States. Carlton “Bud” Carr Jr. was born in 1978 in California’s San Bernardino Valley. He moved to Colorado as a child and now lives in northwest Washington in a small, rented home on the Skagit River with his wife and three children. He’s a journeyman carpenter, although h…
 
Welcome to the 50th episode of Wild Society! Jane Toppan was one of the most popular and adored nurses employed at Cambridge Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She always expressed a pleasant and upbeat personality, earning her the nick name “Jolly Jane”. But Jane had another side….a side of pure evil. Violet Jessop travelled the world for 43 ye…
 
Jeffrey Milner is a conservation warden and K9 unit coordinator working for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. He has been working for over 27 years, 23 of those as a K9 handler. Throughout his time as a K9 officer and coordinator, Jeffrey has trained a multitude of dogs and has also had many of his own. He also helped found the Conservat…
 
Welcome to the 48th episode of Wild Society! Nannie Doss soon became known as the “Giggling Granny” because of her odd flirty behavior while in jail. What was such a happy woman doing in police custody? Well it may have been that she murdered four of her five husbands and multiple family members. In this weeks episode we unravel the case of the ser…
 
Alex Baer has a passion for the outdoors, wildlife, and his lifelong search for new ways to accomplish meaningful work has led him to a new position as COO with IHEA-USA. Alex is directly contributing to the growth and development of hunter education while continuing to further R3 initiatives for the industry. Before joining the IHEA-USA, Alex cons…
 
Counselor Paula Booth has been working with law enforcement officers and other clients for over 35 years with the state of New Hampshire. Her unique knowledge of critical incidents and trauma response has made her a valuable asset to many agencies. She is also the director for the New Hampshire Employee Assistant Program. Paula has a masters degree…
 
Welcome to the 47th episode of Wild Society! The disappearance of 39-year-old David Carter Sr. from Melvindale, Michigan, turned tragic when half of his body was found on the side of an Ohio interstate. His girlfriend at the time of the disappearance became the case's prime suspect. But how did an identified suspect simply disappear from multiple a…
 
Colonel Kevin Jordan has worked for the New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game for over 20 years. After the Colebrook Murders, he became a critical incident specialist. In this episode, Wayne discusses the Colebrook Murders with Colonel Jordan and how each of them experienced the situation. Our Sponsors: Thin Green Line Podcast Sovereign Sportsm…
 
In this episode our two hosts become an interviewer and an interviewee. In 1997, a rogue gunman began a violent rampage in the town of Colebrook. One of the responding officers, Warden Wayne Saunders of New Hampshire was injured in an attempt to apprehend the subject. The badge he wore on that day deflected the bullet shot by the suspect and saved …
 
Welcome to the 46th episode of Wild Society! On July 30, 2008, Vince Li boarded a Greyhound bus bound for Winnipeg, Canada. The seat he chose was next to a young man named Tim McLean. Three hours after boarding, Li suddenly pulled out a large knife and stabbed McLean. What transpired after that moment would horrify a nation and forever change how y…
 
Jonathon Wright is joined by Bertold Kolics, Software Quality Manager at mabl. He works directly with the team to elevate the software testing practice following The Modern Testing principles. Listen to learn more about autonomous automation and what the next generation of automation looks like.By Jonathon Wright
 
As deer season opens across the country for 2021, we open up a conservation conversation with Kip Adams, the director of the Nation Deer Association. Kip is a certified wildlife biologist and QDMA's Director of Conservation. He has a bachelor's degree in wildlife and fisheries science from Penn State University and a master's in wildlife from the U…
 
Welcome to the 45th episode of Wild Society! John Wayne Gacy is one of the most infamous serial killers in American history. The Chicago native assaulted, raped and murdered at least 33 young men and boys in a 6 year period. In January 1968, U.S. Army Sergeant Rick Duggan was shocked when he saw his childhood friend John “Chick” Donohue. Duggan was…
 
On this episode of Cool Jazz Conversations, The Bassman chops it up with one of the most talented artist on the planet. Trumpeter, Composer, Conductor, Rapper and Family Man Dontae Winslow. There's not a stage you haven't seen him on! Enjoy and follow us on IG and FB @cooljazzconversationsBy cooljazzconversations
 
Richard Carey is the author of the book “In That Evil Day” in which he discusses the events of the violent 1997 shooting in Colebrook, New Hampshire in which Wayne Sanders was shot. Richard grew up in Connecticut and attended Harvard. He moved around the country while writing various books that are acclaimed by The New York Times, Alaska Magazine, …
 
Welcome to the 44th episode of Wild Society! Carina Saunders was just 19 years old when she went missing from the Oklahoma City area. On October 13, 2011 her remains were found behind a grocery store in Bethany, OK. An investigation into her brutal murder ensued. Although there are many twists and turns in the investigation, the case is still unsol…
 
Welcome to the 43rd episode of Wild Society! Among the brutal beginnings of the United States, Micajah and Wiley Harpe were the most brutal of men. They killed women, children - even newborns. Their thirst for blood began as guerrillas for the British against the American colonies during the Revolutionary War. Their murderous path led them to kill …
 
Lonnie Sushil is a game warden with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (SA), and is the Commander of the SA Special Operations Group (SOG). Florida’s SOG group was created after 9/11 and focuses on homeland security as well as public service. Lonnie commands 14 operators in the alpha south region of the state. Our Sponsors: Thin …
 
Welcome to the 42nd episode of Wild Society! Described as the most revolting case in German criminal history, the story of Fritz Haarman is not for the faint of heart. Known to have possibly killed up to 50 boys and young men, find out why he was dubbed the “Vampire of Hanover” From the outside looking in, the Bush family appeared to be normal, eve…
 
This week, host Jonathan Wright is joined by two special guests. First up is Artem Golubev, Co-founder and CEO of testRigor, to talk about what they’ve been working on in the test automation space (it will blow you away). Second is the Dark Art Wizard himself, Paul Grossman, to share his insights into how testRigor is solving his automation challen…
 
Located in the rural mountains of the western United States, Charlie Pitt has been part of the blue family for more than 30 years. Charlie's training and background are in writing, marketing, recruiting and teaching. Charlie is a self proclaimed newshound, data junkie, word nerd. I use those things to write about rural law enforcement, the ones who…
 
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