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Your hosts Grant and Lori have been around Conway, Arkansas for a while! And if you've been here for any time at all, you know that Conway is changing fast. On Conway TNT, we'll talk with guests from around the city and share stories with you about Conway Then, Now, and Tomorrow (TNT). Subscribe and tune in!
 
A podcast hosted by technology leaders who spent years working in IT for a Fortune 500 Company and we are passionate about leadership, technology, and the community. We talk to non-profits, startups, to thought leaders, or anyone else that has an interesting or compelling story. We will be looking to see how people are utilizing (or not utilizing) technology, what problems they are solving, the challenges and pitfalls of managing technology, and try to have some fun along the way! Hosted by ...
 
A podcast for nonprofits using Salesforce, Cloud TnT is an ongoing conversation about issues facing small but mighty organizations using Salesforce to accomplish their missions. Cloud TnT is a joint project of three friends from two companies: Tracy Kronzak (BrightStep Partners), Tim Lockie, and Joni Martin (Now IT Matters).
 
The official companion podcast to the TNT original series Will, a new drama about a young William Shakespeare. Join historian Michael Wood each week for an in-depth episode discussion with Craig Pearce (creator and executive producer) and Shekhar Kapur (executive producer and director), as they reveal behind-the-scenes details and parse fact from fiction in Shakespeare's mysterious backstory. New episodes of Will air Mondays at 9/8c on TNT.
 
Tips 'N Tricks voor Rogue Bees! In deze podcast praat ik (Matthijs van den Beukel, hai!) je elke week bij over RogueBees.nl, het Kreative Kartel van en voor freelance creatives. Naast het laatste nieuws lees ik ook het wekelijkse artikel voor met Tips 'N Tricks (TNT) voor Rogue Bees. Het ideale luistervoer voor jou en andere (aspirerende) creatives!
 
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Daniel Bordman, Wyatt Claypool, and Greg Wycliffe talk about the Liberal Party's attempt at internet censorship, as well as many other Canadian political topics. If you like the show and want to avoid Liberal Party censorship of the internet think about getting a virtual private network from Nord VPN through our sponsor link below: http://www.possi…
 
It's not all controversy or high jinks at the back studio over at the TNT Talk Show. Sometimes, the chatter is quite mundane. For example, here are the two gents swapping "old man" stories about some aches and pains associated with growing older. Truly, this is a slice-of-life peek behind the microphones. We're not saying it's Earth-shattering stuf…
 
In this episode: – Tyler is stuck watching Vampire Diaries (because the world NEEDS dramatic vamps) – Stand Atlantic's new single "Deathwish" is the bee's knees (seriously, check it out here) – We're spoiled with video game choices right now (zombie vampires, taking pictures of Pokémon, not being able to save your progress – what a time to be alive…
 
In this week's podcast, we discuss the metabolic effects of chronic psychological stress. Our body's stress response system has been honed and refined for over millions of years to deal with physical stress in an extremely effective manner. However, our body handles the stress we feel sitting in traffic the same as if a tiger was chasing us through…
 
A dark and sombre topic this week, "Should we legalise euthanasia?" We all know we have an unavoidable appointment with the Grim Reaper at a specific date and time, but most of us don't know when that is. A few individuals, however, do. They have decided to save themselves a frightful or long-drawn out death and have opted instead for a painless an…
 
Daniel Bordman, Wyatt Claypool, and TNT Live guest Frank Vaughan talk about topics from the failures of the PPC, climate change hysteria, CBC propaganda, COVID restrictions, and Bill C-10 among many other topics in Canadian politics. If you want to help support the show and avoid the effects of Bill C-10 in Canada, think about getting a VPN at Nord…
 
For the article of the week this week, we discuss the recent recommendation from the AHA that claims pop tarts are a smart snack. This comes from the Alliance For A Healthier Generation which is a partnership program founded by the American Heart Association, The Clinton Foundation, and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.So, how can this program re…
 
In this week's episode: – I think we're learning Japanese (that's how the song goes, right?) – Ty's a stickler for grammar (your going too love this part,) – All the new Marvel series' and movies (seriously, can Marvel do anything wrong? you know, except The Incredible Hulk...) – Our reactions to the new Mortal Kombat movie (get over here! and list…
 
Something a bit different in this Extra Bit. Here we showcase an American ex-police officer who sheds alarming light on racist shenanigans going on all across America involving that nation's police force. We are doing this in continuation of an earlier show, "Can America cure its racism?" If you follow us closely, you will recall that Tony was opti…
 
Most people would agree that America is a country with tremendous race relations problems. Some - for example, those who are direct and have little time to beat about the bush - might go further to say that America is probably the most racist country on the planet. This assertion would be much in keeping with Tayo's outlook, which goes further to c…
 
Daniel Bordman, Wyatt Claypool, and TNT Live Guest Mark Friesen talk about the United Nations, UNDRIP, and its implications for Canada and its importance in upcoming Canadian elections. If you wish to support The National Telegraph think about getting a VPN to protect your privacy from Nord VPN from the link below: http://www.possiblycorrect.com/tn…
 
In this week's podcast, we discuss the dangers of having a biopsy to diagnose cancer. Getting a biopsy after an abnormal scan is the current standard of care. It is the established dogma.There are plenty of examples throughout history in which the established dogma turned out to not be true. The church said for hundreds of years that the sun rotate…
 
It's a return to the show staples in this week's episode: – It's Lightning Round: Part VII (like those Roman numerals? yeah you do) – Everybody's favorite...that's right kids...MAD LIBS!!! (you're not getting tired of them yet, right?) Check us out on social media at the following links: Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube You can also email us at t…
 
A bit of nonsense and japery to brighten your day. It sure brightened ours. 😁 Although we much prefer effusive praise 😉 on our Facebook page, nevertheless, we enjoy and appreciate any feedback you might care to leave, so please have at it. If your comments cause outrage or apoplexy, we'll probably have you on the show, because we're weird like that…
 
Tayo: London has turned into Londonistan, with white Britons making up only 43% of the population. In many parts of the country, Mohammed is the most popular boys' name; in yet other parts, Mohammed is the second most popular boys' name. The country is losing its essential Britishness and becoming less and less recognisable as the Briton inherited …
 
For the podcast this week, we discuss the quality of insect based protein and whether or not they can be a sustainable protein source for our growing population. Increased access to dietary protein is a problem that needs fixing. Chronic inadequate protein intake and protein energy malnutrition currently affects 1 billion people worldwide. So we al…
 
Daniel Bordman and Wyatt Claypool discuss the ongoing harassment of both Grace Life Church in Edmonton, as well as Rebel News in Montreal, and how the lack of political courage in Canada got us to this point, and why lack of courage is the main flaw behind Erin O'Toole's leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada.…
 
An extra long Extra Bit in which the boys natter about this and that in a random sort of fashion, touching on diverse topics such as a second world war prisoner of war, former Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, and why Tony and Tayo don't get paid. It's Tony and Tayo doing what they do best - yak. Here, the friends and colleagues are shooting the b…
 
In this week's episode: – We're talking anime! Death Note to be specific (don't worry, we won't put you in ours, for now...) – Why don't we have serious cartoons in the U.S.? (seriously, name one) – Tyler needs subtitles to survive (Ty is not a fan) – Decision-based video games are the best (even if we always feel obligated to be good despite there…
 
In this week's podcast, we discuss the omega 3 index. What is the omega 3 index you might be asking? The omega 3 index is an accurate way to represent the amount of omega 6 fats and omega 3 fats in your diet. Both of these are polyunsaturated fats that must be obtained within our diets. Our body can not make them itself. The most common way to comp…
 
The data - incontrovertible and uncontested - is in! Women tend to vote for larger government and bigger welfare. When served by a compliant professional political class, the results are spiral debt, and a burgeoning and increasingly nannyish state. Tayo argues that this situation strongly suggests it was a mistake to allow women the privilege of v…
 
For the article of the week this week, we review an article from the New York Times that outlines some of the problems with high intensity exercise. You can find the article here:Too Much High-Intensity Exercise May Be Bad for Your HealthHigh intensity interval training often called HIIT usually is done in an aerobic workout on a treadmill or bike …
 
Erstwhile but honoured guest Lorraine shares a colourful simile with the TNT Talk Show during an after-show discussion on Scottish independence. To say that Lorraine's not a fan would be like saying swimming the Atlantic "is certainly a few lengths". Join the boys and their guests for this quick peek into the goings-on at an after-show. Although we…
 
In this week's podcast, we discuss the problems with early cancer screenings. Cancer is the second leading cause of death globally, so it makes sense that modern medicine is trying to create ways to detect cancer as early as possible. This is key because the early stages of cancer are easy to treat, however the later stages are more deadly. The dif…
 
For this week's Article of The Week, we review the debate from Paul Saladino's podcast between him and Joel Fuhrman. Paul Saladino is a firm believer in the healing properties of an animal based diet while Joel Fuhrman is an advocate of a plant based diet. Both of these men had a friendly debate in which they presented their ideas. However, we felt…
 
So, global warming, real or imagined? Tayo thinks that most modern scientists are charlatans who shill for research grants. As far as he is concerned, they are not to be trusted until the evidence is incontrovertible and plain for everyone to see. Tony is more trusting, and he is willing to give scientists the benefit of the doubt. In fact, one cou…
 
A guest shares mysterious and tragic goings-on which invite serious thought. What happened to our guest's grandfather, and why? What happened to the grandfather's colleagues, and again, why? Why have various coronas left open verdicts in these cases? There's much to ponder here - but is it even safe to ask these questions? Anyway, although we much …
 
In this week's episode: – We've hit the big time with a second person commenting on one of our posts! (shh...it doesn't matter that they were a bot...) – The simpler days of social media (so, I'm not your top MySpace friend anymore? what's up with that???) – Tyler played Farming Simulator like Grand Theft Auto (forget the guns, how do you like my p…
 
In this week's podcast, we discuss the connection between blood sugar levels and associated insulin rise with the formation of cancer. Cancer's formation isn't as complicated as some would make you believe. At the root, it is caused by chronic sublethal damage to our bodies. An example of this would be smoking cigarettes. It has been proven that sm…
 
As we close out the month of March and Women’s History Month, please welcome our guest, Teresa Annibale, Regional Vice President for EVOTEK. Listen as we explore a variety of topics from growing up in Canada to the challenges she has faced along the way and to her being an empowering voice for women in the technology industry.…
 
Tiffany, our good friend (and Tayo's only known fan) suggested that other people might be like her and would be interested to hear something about the two chaps behind the TNT Talk Show. We don't know about that, but we do try to fulfil guests' requests, so here we are. In this episode, Tayo interviews Tony. Anyway, if you have strong feelings on a…
 
In this week's podcast, we discuss an article titled, The Truth About The Guardian’s Plant-Based Ethics. This article outlines how the Guardian newspaper has been bought off by wealthy individuals like Bill Gates to promote their plant based views.This is in the form of editorial journalism. This type of journalism is a piece written by a journalis…
 
So, Tony's laid back, lying back, and overcome by a wave of romanticism, he pours his heart out to his nearest dearest. The results are humourous, at least to Tayo, who has a chuckle or two at his friend's expense. Here's another peek into the gentle, screwball world of these two numpties - but what do you think? Dive in, have a say, stick your oar…
 
It's the moment you've all been waiting for – the Pokémon episode! (I wanted to call it that but Tyler wouldn't let me, so blame him) In this week's episode: – Ty is what we call a "Gen 1-er" (because the original 151 are the best, that's why!) – The ridiculousness of some Pokémon (I mean ghost sandcastles? Keychains? A LITERAL BAG OF GARBAGE???) –…
 
As outlandish as the question might seem now, the TNT Talk Show team is not the only one asking this question; plenty of serious and credible commentators in the public space are asking exactly the same thing: with the balkanization of America (conservatives drifting towards Texas and liberals towards New York, as well as other divides taking place…
 
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