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The Hey My Man Podcast is the best of your favorite self-made Midwesterners - Week to Week, Dave and Ben use their respective life experiences to bring you the hottest of takes on topics like relationship building; proactive parenting, conscientious parking lot parking, leadership strategy, and chaos theory. No Religion - No Politics - No RHCP
 
Hey man! Welcome to my podcast. Thanks for checking me out. I am a beginner trying to find a balance between my spiritual practice, #nature, and a #prepper / #survivalist mindset Like follow and subscribe to keep up with what is going on. Later man! #minimalism #minimalist #naturelover #treehugger #naturalliving #selfimprovement #bushcraft #dirttime #conservation #camping #permaculture #hiking #heyman
 
"Hey Man, I’ve Heard You Sold Your Dreams" is a collection of literary works by Benjamin G. Dubel. It is a treasure trove of poems that reaches deep into the mind and soul of youth with all its innocence and infinite wisdom. The author was but 17 years old when most of these were composed, yet they reflect a depth and maturity of someone who has experienced so much more in such a short time. His observations and thoughts of life, as well as various events he witnesses during this tumultuous ...
 
Hey, guess what? Scissoring Isn't a Thing—or is it? From discussing identity to dismantling old school stereotypes about the LGBTQ+ community, co-hosts Daryn Carp (Andy Cohen's assistant and host of People's Reality Check) and Liz Culley (digital media executive and podcaster) get some of the most personal and hilarious interviews from your favorite celebs and personalities. Covering pop culture to coming out stories to even celeb crushes, no topic is off limits. Daryn and Liz are entertainm ...
 
O.M.f.G, what a wonderful four letter word. Those four letters can say so much in so little time, whether expressing joy or grief, excitement or disappointment, delight and sorrow, impatience or urgency - truly the breadth of human experience. As rabbis, we know that when the stories of our lives meet the stories of Jewish tradition, transformation/growth/something awesome occurs.
 
Do you find yourself dazed and confused in a barrage of bad news and belligerent boisterous brawlers on cable networks? This podcast takes on a single topic each day clearly communicates with class and courage what conservative Christian should be contemplating. Please join us on the next episode of Why Should I Care, with new releases every weekday. We’d love your support! THANKS SO MUCH FOR LISTENING!
 
This podcast is YOURS. Sparking your joy and coming together to remember our power within; "Hey World, its Me!" is your dose of 15 minute uplifting needed to rock your day, so amazing things can flow YOUR way.Full of authentic heart, and spunky pizzaz, Host Vanessa Dewing unpacks the Universal Laws and gets curious together about how it all works! Vanessa has a charming style and personality that allows YOU the chance to play and feel better within yourself and your own journey.************* ...
 
"Hey, c'mere. I need to tell you something." Don't you just love it when someone tells you a private story or secret? Of course you do. We all do. And that is what this podcast is all about—telling stories that represent important and personal moments from the lives of the storyteller. Drawn from our live sold out shows produced in North Carolina, these stories are funny, poignant, deeply personal, vulnerable, thoughtful, and expertly crafted. Listen and you will understand why people are sc ...
 
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The boys dive into some current events, starting with Nicki Minaj and her ridiculous claims of enlarged testicles. Logan talks about minor league baseball players crying about lack of pay that they don’t deserve. Logan tries to tailgate at a high school football game and apparently that’s frowned upon. The boys discuss the difference between “toys”…
 
China is making big crypto moves. Today, it made all financial transactions involving cryptocurrencies illegal. It also banned crypto mining. At the same time, it’s launching its own digital currency. We’ll dig into what it might mean for crypto’s future. Plus, one thing that hasn’t got better during the pandemic: Mothers are still having a hard ti…
 
In this fun episode, we chat at the top of the show with Ravi Roth, vlogger and Pride aficionado who gives us the inside scoop about traveling all over the world to different Prides and queer events. Then we switch gears and interview host and producer, Nikki Levy, about her show “Don’t Tell My Mother,” the expectations she felt as a woman growing …
 
It’s tradition. Every couple of years, Democrats and Republicans fight over raising the federal debt ceiling, or the limit of how much money the government can borrow to pay its bills. Right now is one of those times. Should this tradition be broken? We’ll discuss. Plus, Boris Johnson takes aim at Kermit the frog and Brandi Carlile’s upcoming SNL a…
 
Progressive Democrats are pressuring President Joe Biden to replace Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell. But how did a non-economist even come to head the Fed anyway? That’s one of the listener questions we answer on this Whaddya Wanna Know Wednesday. We’ll also talk about mismatching in the labor market and who the United States is borrowing money…
 
Congressional Democrats are working on a $3.5 trillion bill that would vastly expand the social safety net. But what exactly is this thing we call the social safety net? “We’re talking about things like the earned income tax credit, child tax credits, a cash transfer program called TANF, or Temporary Assistance [for] Needy Families … but if you thi…
 
A massive real estate company is freaking out the global markets. The Evergrande Group is sitting on tons of debt, and investors worry it could go broke and send ripple effects throughout China and beyond. We’ll explain the Evergrande crisis. Plus, you’re awesome! A big shoutout to all the “Make Me Smart” listeners who helped us beat our fundraisin…
 
Today, a group of advisers to the Food and Drug Administration voted to reject a plan from the White House to approve vaccine boosters for most Americans. That was followed up by a vote to approve boosters for people who are at serious risk of coronavirus disease or over the age of 65. We’ll talk about what makes the discussion around boosters so c…
 
We start the show with Liz recounting her embarrassing, but amazing, run-in with “L Word Generation Q” actress Jacquline Toboni in a bathroom, then we jump right in with singer/songwriter/producer Wrabel who tells us about coming out, growing up religious, slip ups and what its like to work with Ke$ha and more!…
 
Today we get hallowed out from more revelations from The Wall Street Journal’s ongoing reporting of what goes on behind the scenes at Facebook and the tradeoffs the tech giant makes in order to stay a tech giant. We also take a look at the Federal Reserve’s review of its ethics rules. And a Make Me Smile courtesy of listeners like you. Here’s every…
 
A lot of things are affected by inflation. How come minimum wage isn’t one of them? On today’s show, we get to the bottom of one listener’s question about minimum wage, but we can’t promise the answer is logical. Plus, we explain the big deal with TikTok and check out some weird beers! Here’s everything we talked about on the show today: “These two…
 
Ten years ago this week, a group of activists pitched tents in New York’s Zuccotti Park. They said they were protesting against economic inequality and the gap between the people who hold the top 1% of wealth in this country and the rest of us. Soon, people in cities all over the globe launched their own Occupy Wall Street protests, and while polic…
 
Apple’s security impermeability has been shattered to pieces. Today, Apple issued an emergency software update for its products after researchers discovered devices could be infected with the highly invasive Pegasus software without a single click. We’ll explain what that means for your security. Plus, “Shipageddon” will be with us until 2022, and …
 
The boy’s have some theories. Nick talks about helping space travel and thinks that the “Flat earthers” may play a pivotal role. Logan has a theory on how words were created, and Nick agrees that he needs some new “Rollies”. The boys flash back to 1996 - Logan reminisces on the overall shorts, and Nick brings us up to speed on the Kristen Smart cas…
 
Whether the United States moves on climate change may come down to one person — Sen. Joe Manchin. Will his personal financial investments in the energy industry stand in the way? We’ll discuss the ethics around policymakers profiting from industries they’re supposed to be writing the rules for. Plus, we check in on U.S.-China trade relations and Ep…
 
This week, we chatted with Nayda Okamoto, a multi hyphenated entrepreneur who is out to change the way we look at women’s health issues and work addiction. Nadya is the founder of PERIOD and co-founder of August, a lifestyle brand reimagining how we look at periods— and guess what? She’s only just getting started! Nayda left us totally in awe of he…
 
The White House isn’t messing around. Now that the COVID-19 vaccines have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, the Joe Biden administration has ordered two-thirds of the American workforce to get the jab. We’ll discuss the latest round of vaccine mandates. Plus, an update on the abortion ban in Texas and the buy now, pay later boom — …
 
We often hear Social Security is running out of money, but what does that actually mean? On today’s show, we answer a listener’s question about the future of Social Security. TLDR, recipients won’t stop getting Social Security checks, but their payments might shrink. Plus, we’ll explain why semiconductors are so hard to make, what’s the deal with r…
 
It might not be talked about much, but reproductive rights are an economic issue. There’s a growing body of research suggesting a link between access to abortion and women’s economic stability. “We have evidence that for women who delayed becoming mothers, because they had access to abortion, those women were much more likely to attend college, to …
 
Logan talks about his experience at the Ramona Rodeo and reflects on the struggles of being a young man. Nick announces some changes is his household and it has do do with his morning shower routine. Logan nominates his HMNS Human of the year. Nick has some issues at the grocery store with the cashier; does she own the joint? Nick and Logan talk ab…
 
The destruction left by Hurricane Ida has sharpened the focus on infrastructure and climate resilience in the United States. We discuss the importance of the Senate-approved infrastructure bill in speeding up the fight against climate change. We also talk about the emerging corporate responses to the Texas abortion law and some worrying statistics …
 
We kick off the show this week with the founders of Smudge, an LGBTQ+ affirmative wellness company created by BFFs Luigi and Lara and figure out what to do with the New Moon coming up. Then, we speak with actress Quei Tan about her journey in Hollywood as a black trans woman and why that does and does NOT matter in the audition process, what it’s l…
 
We know everyone is talking about Texas’s new restrictive abortion law. We’re saving our in-depth conversation about that for Tuesday, when we’ll dive into the economic story behind reproductive rights. Today, we’re talking about other stories that have our shells feeling pretty hollowed out, including the flooding from Hurricane Ida. Can this be a…
 
Soon, all Americans will be eligible to get a COVID-19 booster shot. One of our listeners is wondering whether getting her booster means taking one from somebody in a developing country. We’ll explain why the vaccine supply chain makes that unlikely. Plus, we’ll check in on Kai’s January 2021 prediction about the 10-year Treasury note and answer a …
 
Its almost Rosh Hashanah 5782 and the Rabbis JG are back from a very OMfG Summer! This week we're talking about the final glimmers of summer, how Dar Williams is our Rabbi, and the Torah of Monarch Butterflies! Come for the laughter, stay for the Cool Ranch recommendation! Wishing you a happy, healthy and sweet new year!…
 
By now you’ve heard the phrase creator economy. It includes everyone from TikTok stars to Twitch streamers and adult-content creators on sites like OnlyFans. According to one report, more than 50 million people around the world consider themselves creators, and it’s become the fastest-growing type of small business. “The influencer marketing indust…
 
It’s been a somber news day. Hurricane Ida hit New Orleans on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. This time, the city’s $14.5 billion system of levees seemed to have held up, but the storm knocked out power for 1 million people. We’ll talk about what this extreme weather tells us about climate adaptation. Plus, it’s the end of an era in Afgh…
 
We’re so glad that you missed us! Logan is freaked out by a rare, southern California thunder storm. Nick talks about his new tattoo in a very strange, Tennessee parlor. A NCY crackhead tries to push a bus that broke down on the highway and Nick doesn’t help. Logan describes what Nick’s inner monolog sounds like. Nick gets flagged by TSA and has an…
 
He sells electric cars. He wants to go to Mars. Now he wants to sell … electricity? Yup, Elon Musk wants Tesla to get into the energy business in Texas. We’ll discuss what it all means and how Tesla is making money these days. Plus, a bananas story about misinformation on the internet. And the hosts take a stand on the latest round of our favorite …
 
We speak to breakout star of “The L Word: Generation Q,” Arienne Mandi who plays “Dani” the PR power top who gets her wedding ruined in Ep1 S2 of the show. Arienne talks to us about how the creators of the show wove her background into her character, why representation is so important and why she doesn’t label herself. Thank you to our partner, Bev…
 
Today, we blame our hollowed-out-ness on the patriarchy! First, one of the leaders of the Time’s Up organization, which is supposed to support women, resigned after helping former New York governor Andrew Cuomo with his sexual harassment scandal. But that’s not all. Over at “Jeopardy!” Mike Richards is getting to keep his executive producer job des…
 
From restaurants to bars and gyms, more and more businesses are requiring customers to be vaccinated. Our listener Leila wants to know what exactly you need to show those businesses to get through the door. On today’s episode, we’ll dig into some of the options and do a little show and tell. Plus, we’ll answer one of the nerdiest questions we’ve re…
 
We’ve seen plenty of companies make pledges to reduce emissions and increase investments in climate solutions. How real are these commitments? Someone who has been thinking — and acting — on this topic is Michael O’Leary, managing director at Engine No. 1, the activist investment firm that won three seats on the board of Exxon Mobile. “I think if w…
 
Today, we’ve got Jerome Powell on the brain. As he prepares to make a major speech at the virtual Jackson Hole summit this week, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, a Democrat, has indicated that she’d like Powell, a Republican, to keep his job as Federal Reserve chair after his current term ends in February. Some Dems aren’t on board, and that’s caus…
 
As the delta variant spreads, Americans are once again in need of COVID tests. We’ll talk about one frustrating reason some of those tests are so hard to find. Plus, we can’t stop talking about Afghanistan, regarding the “Jeopardy!” host scandal, don’t say we didn’t tell you so! Then, we end this episode of Economics on Tap with a round of “Half Fu…
 
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