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Light-hearted conversation with callers from all over about new words, old sayings, slang, family expressions, and language change and differences, as well as word histories, etymology, linguistics, regional dialects, word games, grammar, books, literature, writing, and more. Listeners of all backgrounds can join author/journalist Martha Barnette and linguist/lexicographer Grant Barrett on the show with their language thoughts, questions, and stories: https://waywordradio.org/contact or word ...
 
The Shot Caller podcast brings you tomorrows game changers, agents of change, revolutionaries, and the investors behind them – today! Stories that will catalyse and inspire you to pursue your dreams, vote with your wallet, increase your longevity, and live your wealthy life! Like the butterfly effect in chaos theory, a small change in one state can have a large, non-linear change on a global scale.
 
Intimate, wise and healing medicine stories from the people who are carrying us through this time of great turning and true transformation. Present-day prophets, visionaries, musicians, artists, culture weavers, and healers from around the globe share what they know. We are medicine callers telling medicine stories and sharing skills about medicine calling. Here on this show we collectively cocreate a planetary culture that is caring, restorative, generative, optimizing, and kind. It is time ...
 
Lauren Smith is the hostess of Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio (NCBR) a podcast which has been on air for over a decade and has completed over 300 shows. NCBR is a bigfoot podcast favorite which has interviewed researchers and witnesses from all over the world. Lauren brings with her a unique viewpoint given that she a second-generation researcher and daughter of one of the veteran female bigfoot researchers in the south and has been conducting field research since she was a preteen. You can catc ...
 
Introducing, Dr. Fresch's "House Call Radio", now featuring Dr. Fresch's new series "Caller ID". New episodes monthly, broadcasting monday at 3PM PST / 6PM EST on Insomniac Radio and DASH Radio. Submissions: http://bit.ly/Caller-ID-Submissions Follow @DrFresch and his new label, @HouseCallRecs All episodes from Dr. Fresch's former mix series preserved here, guests below. ALUMNI: @ghastly @waxmotif @snbrn @shaunfrank @vanillaace @iamwuki @hotelgarudamusic @coyotekisses @gofreek @huntersiegel ...
 
Music-Comedians Ryan ‘goose fan’ Brannon and Paul ‘grumpy curmudgeon’ Rich have their weekly meeting to discuss their highlights and lowlights, what baffles, bemuses and bewilders them (including the etymology of ridiculous but real words). Join them as they interview special guests including performers from TV to stage or (or perhaps you at home!) and put their movie knowledge to the test by finding out how even universally loved films can be hated... And why. And of course each episode Tom ...
 
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Hello Shot Callers and Wealth Achemist Warriors, I grabbed 25 minutes to put some of the global rough seas we are all experiencing; war, inflation, political strife, environmental stress and beyond into a bit of "stoic" context. How can you apply the 4 Stoic virtues to both your day to day life as well as how to build and manager your wealth! This …
 
People who hunt treasure with metal detectors have a lingo all their own. Canslaw means the shreds of aluminum cans left after a lawnmower ran over them. And gold dance? That's the happy jig you do if you find something far more valuable than an old can. Plus, a splendid new dictionary offers an in-depth look at the rich language of Southern Appala…
 
John Belizaire, CEO Soluna Computing; Disrupting Crypto Mining with Clean Energy Power! John and the Soluna team are creating green data centers that enable crypto currency's energy consumption to be a feature and NOT a bug! John recently spoke on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. to try to help legislators understand just how disruptive & important …
 
Imagine telling someone how to get to your home, but without using the name of your street, or any other street within 10 miles. Could you do it? We take street names for granted, but these words are useful for far more, like applying for a job or bank loan -- and they're a powerful record of who and what we value. Plus, a third-grader asks why the…
 
If you take up texting and social media late in life, there’s a lot to learn! A twenty-something wants advice getting her dad up to speed on memes, Instagram, and animated images. Plus, when you’re on a long road trip, what do you call that one driver you keep passing on the freeway, or who sets the pace for your car mile after mile? Road buddy? So…
 
Ever wonder what medieval England looked and sounded like? In Old English, the word hord meant “treasure” and your wordhord was the treasure of words locked up inside you. A delightful new book uses the language of that period to create a vivid look at everyday life. Plus, a shotgun house is long and narrow with no hallway — just one room leading i…
 
Hey Shot Callers, get ready for a fun and fiesty episode with Dancoise Köchler, founder of Expat Ladies Zürich and me, your Shot Caller host! What is sexy, sexy time? Well, it is a bit of a mash up between two women who met in Zürich over 10 years ago when both were practising their entrepreneurial chops at a trade fair- Dancoise with her Cake Lady…
 
Don’t move my cheese! It’s a phrase middle managers use to talk about adapting to change in the workplace. Plus, the origin story of the name William, and why it’s Guillermo in Spanish. And a five-year-old poses a question that puzzles a lot of people: Why is the letter Q so often followed by a U? All that, and adynaton, an assonant quiz, do it up …
 
If you speak a second or third language, you may remember the first time you dreamed in that new tongue. But does this milestone mean you’re actually fluent? And a couple’s dispute over the word regret: Say you wish you’d been able to meet Albert Einstein. Can you regret that the two of you never met, or is there a better word for a situation over …
 
Welcome to Episode 1 in our 4 part "Start Up" series that we initially only published via YouTube. This 4 part series was curated to give curious listeners, viewers and followers direct insight into of what a start-up looks like from the inside. Antara Roy and Archana Kanabar are two good friends who had completely different professional careers bu…
 
Do you refer to your dog or cat as “somebody”? As in: When you love somebody that much, you don’t mind if they slobber. In other words, is your pet a somebody or a something? Also, for centuries, there was little consistency in the way many English words were spelled. But long before the printing press helped to standardize spelling, powerful histo…
 
My guest, Ilana Jankowitz is the founder and CEO of Mindful Money Coaching. She is from South Africa, but now based in Zürich, Switzerland. Ilana has counselled a wide variety of women who have emotionally to fill that hole with endorphins; from shopping to plastic surgery to even drug addiction. Once you peel back the layers of behaviour, what you…
 
The word filibuster has a long and colorful history, going back to the days when pirates roamed the high seas. Today it refers to hijacking a piece of legislation. Plus, the language of yoga teachers: When doing a guided meditation, you may hear your instructor speaking in a kind of continuous present, with phrases like sitting comfortably and brea…
 
Sure, there’s winter, spring, summer, and fall. But the seasons in between have even more poetic names. In Alaska, greenup describes a sudden, dramatic burst of green after a long, dark winter. And there are many, many terms for a cold snap that follows the first taste of spring: blackberry winter, redbud winter, onion snow, and whippoorwill storm,…
 
Join Lauren as she chats live with Greg Morrill, creator of All the Weird, Cryptocasters, and the All the Weird Club on Clubhouse. Greg is also a contributing writer for Paranormality Magazine. Greg lives in Burlington, Ontario, Canada with his people and pets. Greg is a very diverse and fascinating individual with interests in cryptids, paranormal…
 
Episode 6- In our final episode from this wonderful series, Stefan Labas and I finish with the topic of energy and surrounding yourself with people who are positive, happy and successful. Why it is important to build your own board of directors to accelerate your goals. Stefan explains that where are thoughts go, our energy flows. We are made up of…
 
Understanding the varieties of conversational styles can mean the difference between feeling you’re understood and being insulted. “High-involvement” speakers interrupt or talk along with someone else to signal their enthusiasm, while “high-considerateness” speakers tend more toward thoughtful pauses and polite turn-taking. Adjusting your speaking …
 
Centuries ago, monks who took a vow of silence developed their own hand signs, with hundreds of gestures, that are still in use today. Plus, how do speakers of different languages distinguish similar shades and tints of colors such as red, yellow, and blue? It’s complicated! And: you don’t really need those little rivets on your blue jeans, do you?…
 
Derek Pew, Chairman of Hashwatt and Harena Data gives us a mini masterclass in building a Bitcoin mining operation with an ESG focus, the misunderstanding of quantitative easing and why printing money creates inflation, why inflation is called "capital gains" if you own real estate or other assets, the credibility of digital assets, the future of g…
 
An anadrome is a word that forms a whole new word when you spell it backwards. For example, the word “stressed” spelled backwards is “desserts.” Some people’s first names are anadromes. There’s the girl named Noel in honor of her father Leon, and the woman named Edna who adopted the name Ande. Speaking of names, know anybody whose occupation fits t…
 
Eels, orts, and Wordle! Sweden awarded its most prestigious literary award to a book about…eels. The Book of Eels reveals the mysterious life cycle of this sea creature and its significance for famous figures from Aristotle to Sigmund Freud. Plus, what’s an ort? It’s the last bit of food left on a dinner plate — and whether or not you finish it can…
 
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