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The Mom Diaries

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The Mom Diaries

The Gomme Life

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Welcome to our podcast! Join us for weekly chats on topics like, family life, caring for a newborn, relationships, self development, higher self, human design, astrology, cars, social media and so much more! Basically nothing is off the table for topics. Some episodes will be Georgia rambling on, and others Georgia and John will come together and discuss new and exciting topics. We are so excited to share with you all these fun and fresh episodes. You can check us out on YouTube: The Gomme L ...
 
The Northern Gardener is a podcast host by Erin Colborn, an avid gardener and professional educator. Her focus is on gardening in northern climates, things like season extension, hardy crops and greenhouse technologies etc. Living in zone 3, Northern Canada gives her ample opportunity to experiment with the ideas and suggestions discussed in this podcast. She also is a founding member of a vegetable seed company based in Northern Canada. Thanks for taking the time to listen to the show, we h ...
 
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Sex Ed With Tim

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Sex Ed With Tim

Tim Lagman

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Tim is a whore. A literal gaping hole on legs. And he wants you to be one too. Join sex educator Tim as he interviews sluts from all walks of life and delve into the good, the bad, and the stinky sides of love, sex, sexuality, relationships, and more. Making you teehee at your peepee! New episodes every other Thursday, midnight EST Website: https://www.sexedwithtim.com
 
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Take A Look

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Take A Look

Ryan Robinson, Katelyn Robinson

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An educator and a journalist team up to explore hard hitting topics and dig for truth and meaning among it all. Current events, global talking points, and modern Canadian perspectives by co-hosts Ryan Robinson - an independent journalist, and Katelyn, an educator.
 
Our mission is to transform education by sharing knowledge of 21st Century innovative best practices and success stories in the Canadian education market space and beyond. We harness the power of Web 2.0 technologies to feature engaging Vodcasts, podcasts, polling, Canadian educational technology news headlines & upcoming strategic industry events in the K-12, Higher Ed and corporate eLearning market segments. Other elements of the MSL Report eMagazine include: successful practices, ask an e ...
 
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Voice First Health

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Voice First Health

Teri Fisher, MD

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Voice-first technology is becoming the operating system of healthcare, and it is poised to completely disrupt the way we experience everything in health and medicine. We are entering the era of ambient computing – smart speakers around us that are ready to carry out our commands through the most natural interfaces known to us – our voices. In this podcast, we discuss the latest news, projects, research, and breakthroughs about the rapidly expanding intersection of Healthcare and VoiceFirst t ...
 
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Chesapeake Almanac

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Chesapeake Almanac

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

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Join retired Chesapeake Bay Foundation Senior Naturalist John Page Williams every Wednesday for inside accounts of our Bay’s creatures and seasonal events. Follow the Bay through the seasons. Williams' fascinating natural history will enable those who love the Chesapeake to tune in to life around the Bay. The fishing enthusiast will discover things that help him or her catch more bluefish or white perch; the bird watcher and the hiker will learn when to look for the appearance of the ospreys ...
 
The Music, Mind, and Movement Podcast features interviews with musicians, educators, health and wellness professionals, and many more who take a holistic view of the musician’s life. Together we explore some of the unique physical, mental, social, and emotional challenges that musicians face and how we can meet these challenges in ways that help us grow both as musicians and as healthy, creative, resilient humans. Karen Bulmer is a tuba player, music professor, meditation facilitator, and mo ...
 
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The Silver Ash

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The Silver Ash

featuring Chanci Herer

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The Silver Ash is informative and entertaining, covering topics about cannabis for the first time toker to the grey beard smoker. Please join the host and his special guest including Chanci Herer, daughter of cannabis activist Jack Herer and learn about the benefits of medicinal and recreational cannabis usage. We will talk about the varied uses of hemp and cannabis from varied perspectives. Tune in and learn something about cannabis that can help you or a loved one, it's not all about getti ...
 
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We all know the iconic Chesapeake oyster. But studying less well known members of the Bay community is often a good window into understanding it better. Softshell clams, hard clams, brackish-water clams, hooked mussels, ribbed mussels, and the stout razor clam each have their own niche and specialty--and guidance for eating. In this episode, John P…
 
Sometimes it can be easy to forget that oysters share the basic processes of life with us--like eating. In this episode of "Chesapeake Almanac," John Page Williams explains the intricate system of how oysters eat and what makes them so plump in November and December (prime time for oyster stuffing and oyster stew!). TRANSCRIPT Subscribe to Chesapea…
 
♪ You just keep on pushing my love over the borderline ♪ We're talking boundaries today. Don't you just love it when people ask permission before they do anything to you? Ouuuu. How do we assess our boundaries? What does it look like when consent is broken? Is No-Neck Ed from 90 Day Fiancé a literal sweaty potato? Check yourself before you wreck yo…
 
In this episode of Chesapeake Almanac, John Page Williams introduces us to a group of microscopic plants that live in the Bay thrive over the fall and winter. Diatoms--microscopic algae--are stunningly abundant this time of year. In Edwardian England, those interested in natural history made a hobby of collecting diatoms, looking at them under a mi…
 
Loons are as well loved in summer by people on North Country lakes as ospreys are by us here. But at this time of year, they descend on the Chesapeake Bay in the thousands. In this episode, John Page shares his personal introduction to the Chesapeake's fall loons and their extraordinary "banquets" of menhaden. TRANSCRIPT Subscribe to Chesapeake Alm…
 
As someone who owns a huge tree trunk of a penis, I'm not quite well-versed in the art of vulva/vagina masturbation. So I decided to get 2 actual human females to help me out with that! The gorgeous Amy and beautiful April of the Shameless Sex Podcast drop by to give me a hand. Or a finger. Or a toy. What exactly is an orgasm? How do people who can…
 
Where do the menhaden go as they get older? And how do we know? Tagging fish that are caught by the tens of thousands requires an ingenious system. What about winter migrations? In this episode, John Page shares observations of scientists and watermen about the most important fish in the sea. [To find out why menhaden are considered "the most impor…
 
In this episode, Erin concludes the seed saving series, wrapping up with seed saving techniques from dry fruited plants. Special Discount for listeners of the Northern Grower Podcast is available at greenwitchseed.ca simply use coupon code northerngrower for 15% off at checkout-cannot be used with any other coupons and is one time use only!…
 
Happy Halloween you filthy cum dumpsters! Enjoy this bonus episode as I am joined by Holly, co-host of The Spooky Hour, as we talk about all the scary things that love and sex can make us do. Murder? We got that. Blowjobs and car accidents? Check. Talking about how Vin Diesel is hot? Done! Enjoy your trick-or-treat haul and have a laugh with us as …
 
Vienna is an old town built on the outside of a sweeping curve, called a meander, in the Nanticoke River. In this episode, John Page explains how meanders shape the landscape, why so many early settlements were established on the outsides of these curves, and why wildlife habitat flourishes on the insides. TRANSCRIPT Subscribe to our Chesapeake Alm…
 
Girl, we get real on disrupting what you believe sex should and shouldn't be. Erica Smith is here to talk about purity culture. What is purity culture? How has this culture damaged our perceptions of sex and sexuality? Did Jesus Christ the Lord and Saviour eat ass at the Last Supper? Drop out of your biases and drop your pants because we're about t…
 
To Co Sleep or not to Co Sleep, that is the question! do you or did you co sleep with your little one? What are your thoughts? Let’s wconnect! instagram: @raisingkayah youtube vlogs: The Gomme Life For business purposes, email: georgiadacerda@gmail.comThe Mom Diaries
 
From an angler's point of view, the oyster toadfish might not be good for much. But their parenting technique varies greatly from most of the fish that end up on the dinner table. In this episode, John Page reflects on how his father shared the story of a why a fish with a face only a parent could love deserves some parenting respect. TRANSCRIPT Su…
 
Entry 001. Cutting out dairy is one of the hardest things I’ve had to do… have you had to cut out dairy? I would love to hear your story, opinion, and tips! Let’s connect! instagram: @raisingkayah youtube vlogs: The Gomme Life For business purposes, email: georgiadacerda@gmail.comThe Gomme Life
 
As fall sets in, it's harvesttime around the Chesapeake. Finfish have fattened up on summer's bounty and the marshes provide a bumper crop of nutritious seed. Those who will enjoy this harvest are a remarkably varied lot. In this episode, John Page paints an autumn picture of the cornucopia of the Bay and the varied and ever-moving species partakin…
 
As a gay man, I'm obsessed with women and powerful women at that. Lady Pim is just that powerful woman that owns my heart and literally anything else she wants from me. She is a sex/kink educator and pro domme armed with all the knowledge you fetishists and kinksters want and need. On this episode we chat all about the dominatrix business, what mak…
 
Two of the Bay's best-loved birds are traveling this month. Ospreys are migrating to South America, following their pattern of seeking endless summer. Canada geese are arriving for a more moderate wintering from the Ungava Peninsula in Quebec. In this episode, John Page provides some interesting insights into the October lives of these fall travele…
 
Terns' flying skills make even ospreys look slow and ponderous--and make them captivating to watch. In this episode, John Page introduces us to some of the various species of terns in the Chesapeake--where they get their strength for their aerial acrobatics, their diet and habitat. And why human population pressure is harder on these bright sparks …
 
If you want to know how coaching sessions with me would go down, then listen to this. You get to hear my in my element a bit in this episode as I answer sex questions from fellow poop-chute fucker Ethan. What's the deal with PrEP? What's the correct way to douche? And I answer the age-old question: why are gay men literal steaming piles of trash? E…
 
Summer is ending, fall is on the way. Even though the days may still be warm and the landscape green, we have our calendars, our Labor Day holiday, our school schedules--event the Halloween decorations in storefronts--that signal the seasons they are a changin'. But what cues do the birds and fish of the Chesapeake have? The seasonal migrations hav…
 
Welcome to Biology class. In this episode, John Page paints a vibrant picture of a high school class learning the skills of observation from aboard canoes in the freshwater marshes of Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge. A closer examination than students expect reveals quite a lot about smartweed (Polygonum punctatum) and tearthumb (Polygonum sagi…
 
Is it just me or did we all totally forget that phone sex was a thing? Dick pics, voice notes, sending nudes, and how to fuck on the internet are just some of the things Eva Bloom knows a lot about. In fact, she knows so much she did her entire master's thesis on sexting! Okay, werk! Eva Bloom (she/they) is a queer sexuality educator and sex scienc…
 
While we often think of the Chesapeake's marshes for their rich food stock, like wild rice, acres of tall, tough cattails (Typha angustifolia) and cordgrass (Spartina cynosuroides) offer another fall benefit to wildlife--habitat. In this episode, John Page introduces us to those plants that often fade into the background of the marsh and gives us a…
 
Wow, my professionalism really shines here in this extremely rushed episode. Good thing this is what the episode is all about! How do we have quick sex? What do we do? How many holes can I fill within 5 minutes? Make some time for this bite-sized episode so you can make some time to slut it up anywhere any time you want. Fun fact: You can actually …
 
In this episode, John Page introduces us to wild rice. Stands of ripe wild rice in tidal fresh marshes along the Bay--and the blue-winged teal, red-winged blackbirds, and bobolink that enjoy it--are tell-tale signs of fall along the Bay. TRANSCRIPT Subscribe to our Chesapeake Almanac playlist. Or subscribe on your favorite podcast platform or visit…
 
In literally the most disgusting episode I've ever recorded, we talk about lo...loooov....*excuse me I'm almost gonna gag*...love. Ughhh gross. I sit down with certified sex educator Tugce Balik to unpack just exactly what the fuck is that feeling that makes us go gaga over the next guy-guy. What's happening in the brain when we're in love? Is love…
 
In this episode, John Page peels back the layers of Bay marshes. At the end of summer, the growth of marsh plants is lush, thick with ripe seeds and colorful flowers. But below the surface a maze of systems has adapted marsh plants to thrive in some highly challenging environments. Next, read our blog, "Late Summer Glory in Tidal Fresh Marshes." TR…
 
In this episode, you might not get a good answer to this question, but you will find out a lot of interesting things about these pesky creatures. Also called stinging nettle and jellyfish, Chrysaora quinquecirrha are related to corals and sea anemones. Find out how sea nettles reproduce, what weather patterns keep them at bay, and how they function…
 
How do we navigate the conversation around sex and disability? What does it mean to be aware of our own ableism and privilege? How much flirting between me and my guest can you count? In this episode, my incredibly handsome and intelligent friend Andrew Gurza comes in to debunk the junk around disability. This is such an incredibly important conver…
 
At eight weeks old, osprey chicks are nearly as large as their parents. But learning the skills they need to fly--indeed, just taking that first step--is a daunting challenge. In this episode, John Page shares the skills these youngsters need to learn before they start their migration to South America late next month. And make sure to listen for hi…
 
Sea turtles have been roaming the world's oceans for millions of years. The Atlantic loggerhead (Caretta caretta) is one of just a few that use our estuary, especially in the lower Bay. But like all wandering sea turtles, they have an air of mystery about them and are difficult to trace. Join John Page Williams as he introduces us to some of the my…
 
Apparently, it's not exactly safe to have sex with a crystal dildo because it's meant specifically for meditation purposes. Nobody told me! Good thing Mattarot is here to demystify that. Spiritual healer Mattarot sets the record straight on crystals, tarot cards, and all things spirituality and how they can help you reach that cosmic orgasm. We do …
 
The Chesapeake Bay's best-loved creatures are generally animals we can catch and eat, like blue crabs and oysters. They are followed by species that command our attention, like ospreys and herons. Then there are those whose prominent coloring, distinctive song, and abundance throughout the region mark them as essential to the watershed. In this epi…
 
Every predator fish over four inches long eats grass shrimp with relish. That makes them not only an important species in the Bay food web, but also good bait. In this episode, John Page shares anglers' secrets--where to find these small crustaceans and how to use them to catch your preferred fin fish. Not interested in fishing? He also explains ho…
 
Comedian, author, podcaster, and owner of my asshole Jordan Power talks about how gay shame manifests in his life and the journey to overcome it. I met this fellow homo in the wild urban jungle and I knew he had to come on the show for his take on how the closet affected his sex and dating life. A gay guy living with trauma? That's unheard of! We'r…
 
Chesapeake Bay blue crabs can be found in both Maryland and Virginia waters, though some say Maryland crabs taste sweeter. There's reason for that. There's also a reason that when tropical storm Agnes hit the Bay area in 1972, it didn't result in a massive loss of crab larvae that the prevailing theories predicted. For nearly 10 years a broad team …
 
Menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus) are low on the food chain. In fact, it has been said their high levels of protein and oil, their abundance, defenselessness, and dense schooling habit make them virtually designed to be eaten by larger fish in the Chesapeake Bay. But each year hundreds of millions of pounds of these fish (also called bunker, alewife, …
 
In this episode our host Erin takes us through some tips and tricks for beating the heat and making sure you still get a great harvest from your main season garden. Thanks for coming back for season two of gardening up north with the northern grower and enjoy the show!Erin
 
Pole dancing? We got that. Stripping and Only Fans? We have that. A conversation about decriminalizing sex work? We held that. Pole dancing extraordinaire and sex work advocate Ali Dee stops by to talk about her experience as a stripper, a pole dancer, and an Only Fans content creator and how that affects her sexuality and the way we see sex worker…
 
Eelgrass is one of only a handful of flowering plants that can live submerged full-time in salt water. It's an important habitat for small fish, shrimp, and all sizes of crabs. In this episode, John Page shares the story of a young family's first experience investigating the wonders of eelgrass beds and their importance to the Chesapeake Bay. Trans…
 
For most of us, summer is high season on the Bay. Whatever we do, whether fishing or crabbing or cruising, this is our favorite time on the water. In any season, what we do on the Bay is a strong reflection of what is happening in the Bay. And summer's weather pattern-- with hot temperatures, low rainfall, and less wind--has a number of effects on …
 
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