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Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with a weekly trippy look at a post red-pilled world. As an old fiat regime fades away and a new hard money system brings a new renaissance, they speak to guests from the world of bitcoin, macroeconomics, space travel, artificial intelligence and also finance, markets and monetary policy.
 
Orange Weekly is a Denver Broncos fan based community that brings listeners a further look into the Denver Broncos. Our podcasts are geared towards everything you want to hear about the Broncos. You won’t want to miss how we break down the Broncos season! Jared and Matt go in depth each week to talk about Coaching Schemes and Player's to watch based on the matchup on the Pre-Game episodes. Tanner and Geoff break down what happened in the last game on the Post-Game episodes. GO BRONCOS!
 
There is no perfect blueprint for building a successful business. But hearing what others have done could provide just the spark you need to get you over the finish line. Welcome to Orange County Business Success. Hosted by Chris Struckhoff, Orange County native and 3rd Generation Business Owner, this podcast will share lessons learned and knowledge gained from all types of business owners here in the Orange County Community.
 
At Orange Media Network, amazing students come through our doors every day, where they join the student newspaper, TV station, radio station, magazines, creative design and marketing teams. On the OMN Alumni Podcast, we talk to people who started their journeys at Oregon State University and OMN. We learn about their time at OMN, what they're up to now, and the things they learned along the way.
 
Friends Greg and Bird are trying to become better thinkers by reading great works of literature. This podcast consists of their discussions of these works, in the hope that it would inspire readers and thinkers of all kinds to join the conversation. New episodes will generally be released on every third Saturday. Seinfeld references abound.
 
Every night, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen brings you lively conversations about everything in the world of entertainment, politics, and pop culture. Now, get that same dose of celebrity (and Bravolebrity) fun as a podcast! Subscribe to hear every episode, plus the live after show and exclusive behind-the-scenes content. Join the conversation! Twitter: @BravoWWHL Instagram: @BravoWWHL Facebook: Facebook.com/WatchWhatHappensLive Download the Bravo app to watch all your favorite show ...
 
Our Sunday teachings are meant to inspire, instruct and invoke a passion for Christ's call upon our lives. While a 'memorable' or a 'thought-provoking' message can aid in the process, ultimately sermons are meant to create obedience in our lives, by making sense of our world from a God-given perspective. May they inspire in your transformation process!
 
New monologues read by actors to give you that theatre feeling from the comfort of your earphones. Every themed episode takes you on an audio adventure of three original monologues that could have you belly-laughing, balling will your eyes out, and everything in between. Brought to you by Orange Theatre Company, Amsterdam's English language theatre Co. Hosted by Daniella Down and Sairah Erens.
 
America the Beautiful Game is a podcast about soccer in the US and its relationship with Europe. Each week Dan Rutstein, a former sports journalist and diplomat and now head of International at Orange County Soccer Club, sits down with a new guest to discuss the sport and its growth in this country. We have current and former players, coaches, administrators and those from industries linked to soccer - betting, data, marketing and more. America the Beautiful game is a chance to see soccer in ...
 
At Watermark we have a different way of thinking about what church should and could be. At Watermark, we’re simply a group of people FOLLOWING Jesus and becoming more like Him, CONNECTING with one another through authentic and intentional community and SERVING people outside the four walls of the church where we live, work, play and beyond… We think it’s one of the most worthwhile things you’ll ever be a part of and we hope you’ll come check it out this Sunday.
 
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In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran preview Broncos' 2021 training camp in Dove Valley.Who has the edge at quarterback heading into camp? What are Denver's primary injury concerns? How does coach Vic Fangio prevent another slow start to the season? Those questions, and more, are add…
 
It's time for another round of Hey, Mary Kay on the Orange and Brown Talk Podcast as Browns insiders ask questions of Mary Kay Cabot. On this episode those questions include whether Baker Mayfield really isn't worried about his contract extension, as he said this week; what would it take for the Browns to trade Kareem Hunt to the L.A. Rams if the R…
 
Following the lifting of all remaining COVID restrictions in England on Monday, this weekend will be the first one for 16 months that you can spend in a UK nightclub drinking, dancing and getting 'up close and personal' with someone not in your household or support bubble. And since you're allowed to, it would be rude not to! Orange Nation's As One…
 
A bombshell dropped Wednesday thanks to reports of the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners are exploring options to leave the Big 12 and join the SEC in the relatively immediate future. What does this mean for the future of college football, for the Longhorns and for our long-time rivalries? We also welcome in Nick Harris of 247Sports to help …
 
In this episode, Chris talks with David Hanacek, Owner of CanCoverIt and EcoCycle Solutions. David is a prolific inventor and he holds patents on different DIY and eco-friendly products. With expertise in engineering and manufacturing, David is passionate about creating and designing sustainable solutions for the yet unmet needs of the market. Chri…
 
Time of Darkness - Today we’ll talk about cockiness, humility, and an unjust arrest in the middle of the night. Are you new to church, made a decision to follow Jesus or have questions? Fill out a connection card by going to https://www.voice.church/connect. We have great videos for your kids too! For weekly videos, crafts and schedule, check out t…
 
Just start stacking at Swan Bitcoin Max & Stacy discuss OSTRACISM Ostracism and scape-goating Punching up vs punching down Ostracism is a peaceful governance model to defend against tyrants Signaling is the ostraka of the fork wars Stacy meets up with JL, a bitcoin miner with Rhodium in Texas JL discusses his journey down the rabbit hole The upside…
 
This week, we’ll find out how you can have your say as we think about whether or not the inner city of Orange should have it’s own 'East Street'. And, we’re inching closer to water flowing over the dam wall at Suma Park dam. How far away is milestone and how excited are some water managers....By Orange City Council
 
And boy, are my arms tired. I don't get it, but that's the punchline. Welcome! Jeremy and Mike serve up some gravitas this episode...well, they watch prison movies with Steve McQueen, and there's a lot more in there then they thought. Take a listen! Show notes All the old episodes- http://thecatopodcast.blogspot.com/ Some details on the veracity of…
 
On the 202nd episode of Big Orange Couch: The 90s Nickelodeon Podcast, Andrew, Joey, and Jacob Hall of /Film discuss the first season episode of Legends, "The Oracle Bowl of Delphi." Also, movies of December of 1993, bios, trivia, rating, stray observations, and name the episode. Plus, the woes of the Purple Parrots, Jacob's Legend's theories, game…
 
BRONCOS COUNTRY, We missed you, and miss our Bronco football. So we are bringing you FOOTBALL IN JULY. A special mini series, every week in July we will break down a few games of the Denver Bronco schedule with what we know now. This weeks special guest is none other than Mile High Mario Vetanze. We discuss the first four games of the season NYG, J…
 
The Old Man and the Sea (1952) was Ernest Hemingway’s last major publication of fiction. The novel was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1953 and is considered by many to be a classic of American literature. Topics discussed include how one should read great literature, the author’s views on death as expressed in the novel, the purpose of a…
 
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