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It's a strange world out there. With each episode, The Lineup Podcast unearths a new case—from eerie destinations to bizarre true crimes throughout history. The Lineup Podcast is produced with love and mayhem by The Lineup staff and our partners in crime at America's Most Haunted.
 
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The Lineup

Lily Taurau and Indi Leishman

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The Lineup is a savvy female oriented podcast taking a fresh look at the topics making headlines. Co-hosted by Lily Taurau and Indi Leishman, The Lineup focuses on connecting young women with leaders and innovators in New Zealand - those who are pushing the boundaries in their industries. With a strong focus on all things female, the girls will be investigating topics within women’s issues, pop culture, business, fashion and health - joined by plenty of experts along the way.
 
The Friday Night Lineup is a weekly podcast from your average millennials Sharissa and Jessica. Join them as they revisit shows from their childhood/teenage years (late 90’s early 2000’s) to see if they still hold up today. As well as discover classics they've never seen before. So make sure to subscribe and hang out with your new best friends on prime time’s hottest day, Friday Night bb!
 
Stories of strategy, success, and the daily process of daily fantasy players and how they created a perfect lineup on FanDuel and DraftKings. Analysis of perfect lineups to learn better daily fantasy theory, strategy, and lineup construction.
 
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In this episode We go off script for the first 14 minutes to have a conversation on the Uvalde Elementary school shooting. If you are not comfortable listening about that specific topic, feel free to skip to 14:39. Some of the baseball topics we chat about are our random teams, the Tim Anderson and Josh Donaldson dilemma, Max Scherzer, and so much …
 
Bill and RFM review a handful of clips from LDS Apologist, Jared Halverson. The discussion revolves around the games apologists play. These often include creating a framework and solutions to problems that to the believer seem tenable but when closely examined often hinge on fallacies or irrational thinking. The Apologist sees creating plausibility…
 
Madison and Tommy Johnson join us for a conversation about being in a mixed faith marriage and newly married. You may have seen Tommy’s very popular Tik Tok channel @thetomsters which causes people to constantly ask him – so are you in or are you out of the church? Tommy has a large following on social media and his humor pokes fun at many cultural…
 
Star Championship Tour rookie Callum Robson talks about the promising start to his young career. He discusses his big win at the Challenger Series opener at Snapper Rocks, what it meant for him, how he pushed his surfing in the intense dog-eat-dog environment, and thriving with a more attacking style. He details his time on the CT so far, leaning o…
 
Bill and RFM review a handful of clips from LDS Apologist, Jared Halverson. The discussion revolves around the games apologists play. These often include creating a framework and solutions to problems that to the believer seem tenable but when closely examined often hinge on fallacies or irrational thinking. The Apologist sees creating plausibility…
 
Madison and Tommy Johnson join us for a conversation about being in a mixed faith marriage and newly married. You may have seen Tommy’s very popular Tik Tok channel @thetomsters which causes people to constantly ask him – so are you in or are you out of the church? Tommy has a large following on social media and his humor pokes fun at many cultural…
 
Bill sits down with Carol Hollowell, founder and Executive Director of SwitchPoint. Switchpoint is a non-profit whose goal is to tackle homelessness and poverty throughout the state of Utah. They are doing this in dynamic ways that hitting the issue head on. Today we sit down and talk about the problem of homelessness in the state of Utah and cover…
 
Bill sits down with Carol Hollowell, founder and Executive Director of SwitchPoint. Switchpoint is a non-profit whose goal is to tackle homelessness and poverty throughout the state of Utah. They are doing this in dynamic ways that hitting the issue head on. Today we sit down and talk about the problem of homelessness in the state of Utah and cover…
 
Born and raised in Sedona, Arizona, Talya moved home to support her parents during the COVID only to be met with story after story of friends losing their homes to AIRBNB, the schools struggling to maintain teachers, and hospitals struggling to keep their staff due to a lack of affordable housing. LAST LOCAL STANDING was born out of the need for a …
 
Born and raised in Sedona, Arizona, Talya moved home to support her parents during the COVID only to be met with story after story of friends losing their homes to AIRBNB, the schools struggling to maintain teachers, and hospitals struggling to keep their staff due to a lack of affordable housing. LAST LOCAL STANDING was born out of the need for a …
 
I was thrilled to be a guest on the podcast, OLD COW MEDIA. Jill and her sidekick Eva, celebrate the, well, the OLD PEOPLE! Like it or not, we will all age and they daily post celebrate the “silver sisters” and “silver foxes” of the world. They post funny cartoons and reminders of past commercials or products. I love that they asked the tough quest…
 
I was thrilled to be a guest on the podcast, OLD COW MEDIA. Jill and her sidekick Eva, celebrate the, well, the OLD PEOPLE! Like it or not, we will all age and they daily post celebrate the “silver sisters” and “silver foxes” of the world. They post funny cartoons and reminders of past commercials or products. I love that they asked the tough quest…
 
Earlier in the month, the podcast explored the idea of judgment and the fairness of the plan of salvation. Many of the listeners reached out with their thoughts and conclusions. In this episode, Scott covers the ideas presented by you and discusses a few final thoughts on the plan of salvation (for now). The bulk of this discussion comes straight f…
 
Earlier in the month, the podcast explored the idea of judgment and the fairness of the plan of salvation. Many of the listeners reached out with their thoughts and conclusions. In this episode, Scott covers the ideas presented by you and discusses a few final thoughts on the plan of salvation (for now). The bulk of this discussion comes straight f…
 
Today Bill flies solo and discusses the mechanisms and process by which two parties in a shared social space relieve each other of the pain or trauma and the shame or guilt when one party disrupts another. Once we grasp how this process works and what is going on underneath, we are much more likely to show up in a way that allows for real accountab…
 
Today Bill flies solo and discusses the mechanisms and process by which two parties in a shared social space relieve each other of the pain or trauma and the shame or guilt when one party disrupts another. Once we grasp how this process works and what is going on underneath, we are much more likely to show up in a way that allows for real accountab…
 
In this episode Ada sits down with her son “Adam” and he gets the chance to tell his story of growing up in the church, recognizing the social toxicity, separating from the church and the strain that put on his relationship with parents and siblings. We talk about pornography and the way the church teaches shame and self loathing and fear around an…
 
In this episode Ada sits down with her son “Adam” and he gets the chance to tell his story of growing up in the church, recognizing the social toxicity, separating from the church and the strain that put on his relationship with parents and siblings. We talk about pornography and the way the church teaches shame and self loathing and fear around an…
 
Sometimes we may feel like we are at odds with ourselves as we heal from religious and childhood trauma and attachment injuries. There may be part of ourselves that feels excited and free as we move towards the next chapter in our lives, and another part of ourselves that feels anxious, afraid, and even ashamed of the direction we’re headed. In thi…
 
Sometimes we may feel like we are at odds with ourselves as we heal from religious and childhood trauma and attachment injuries. There may be part of ourselves that feels excited and free as we move towards the next chapter in our lives, and another part of ourselves that feels anxious, afraid, and even ashamed of the direction we’re headed. In thi…
 
While it’s been found that learning to be more authentic (to live true to our own values, beliefs, feelings, and needs) can bring us a greater sense of self esteem, lower stress, and greater life satisfaction, many of us can get caught up in old subconscious thought patterns when trying to live authentically that can actually make it harder for us …
 
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