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2nd man seems to be free of virus that causes AIDS after bone marrow transplant
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Ep. 8 | Another Shout of Racism & Shutdown Doomsday Scenario
It's the 200th episode in the history of The News and Why it Matters! Democrat congresswoman makes outrageous charge, claims President Trump doesn’t want people of color in America Here are some of the outlandish things that the U.S. Government prefers to spend money on instead of border security The "doomsday" scenario - Here’s what could happen if the government shutdown drags on An altered video of President Trump that got a news staffer fired could be an ominous warning If true, THIS could be one of the greatest discoveries in human history Could Amy Coney Barrett be in line to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court?
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#1725 From hustling on Coney Island at age 10 to building a $45M memorabilia business
Joining me today is an entrepreneur I met at a conference. He was speaking about his book, You Gotta Have Balls. I heard he was in memorabilia which I thought was interesting. He talked about how he came from nothing and built a phenomenal business that sold things like dirt to collectors. I invited him on to talk about how he built his business. Brandon Steiner is a sports marketer and the founder of Steiner Sports Marketing. Sponsored byActiveCampaign – Improve your marketing & sales processes by upgrading to an automated platform. Start sending follow-up that adapts to your customers’ behavior so you are sending the perfect message at the perfect time. You’ll have happier customers and higher conversions. See why over 150,000 marketers use ActiveCampaign to create intelligent marketing that gets better results. If you’re with one of their confusing competitors and you want something new, you owe it to your business to check out ActiveCampaign. Toptal – If you’re having trouble finding developers, Toptal is a network of elite pre-vetted software developers. You tell Toptal what you’re looking for, they search their network for the best people, they test the candidates, and then they present you with only the candidates who meet your individual needs. Once you pick someone you can start work with them the next day. They offer a no-risk trial period. Go to Toptal.com. Get the best of the best right now. More interviews -> https://mixergy.com/moreint Rate this interview -> https://mixergy.com/rateint
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Phil Rosenthal, Hot Dogs
Phil Rosenthal is the creator and co-producer of "Everybody Loves Raymond" (yo, that show got 69 Emmy nominations!) but now his passion is introducing Americans to fantastic foreign food destinations as the host of his Netflix show "Somebody Feed Phil." Phil enthusiastically eats al pastor in Mexico City and pastéis de nata in Lisbon, but his last meal would be a collage of classic American childhood favorites, including the humble hot dog. Welcome to Your Last Hot Dog! A show about buns (heh heh) and the cylindrical meats that rest inside of them! First we head to Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs in Coney Island, Brooklyn to learn the history of the century-old company. Then, Rachel chats with Major League Eating president Richard Shea about their annual 4th of July Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest, an event so popular it's aired on ESPN. And Rachel and Producer Aaron discuss their favorite hot dogs toppings or, spoiler alert, the lack there of. Next stop: Copenhagen, where hot dog carts have been a street food staple since 1920. Rachel consults with Danish food and wine journalist Rasmus Palsgard about traditional Copenhagen hot dog toppings and is surprised to learn what drink is commonly paired with a street dog.
Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle