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116 Author Jeff Zentner
Author Jeff Zentner is back with his third book, RAYNE & DELIAH'S MIDNITE MATINEE. Jeff talks about what inspired this book as well as the stories that have hooked him. Episode Mentions: The House with a Clock in its Wallsthe recent movieEli RothChild of the OwlS.E. HintonStephen KingJohn GrishamCormac McCarthyChild of GodBlood MeridianOuter DarkCharles FraserFlannery O'ConnorTennessee Teen Rock CampSouthern Girls Rock CampToni MorrisonDonna TarttOn WritingBird By BirdThe Kick-Ass WriterSave the CatThe Serpent KingStephanie PerkinsRayne & Delilah's Midnite MatineeGoodbye DaysChildren Shouldn't Play with Dead ThingsA Christmas StoryGilmore GirlsFriday Night LightsHammockSlow MeadowChvrchesChelsea WolfeTrue DetectiveThe English PatientLegends of the FallThe Hunger GamesTwilightOn Earth We're Briefly GorgeousNight Sky with Exit WoundsMohsin Hamid
Aired 1 year ago 126:33
Ep. 144: Tough-Assed Questions
Steven Rinella talks with Outdoor Lifeâ€™s shooting editor John Snow, Jon Edwards of Schneeâ€™s, Pete Muenich of Stone Glacier, and Phillip Larson, along with Janis Putelis of the MeatEater crew. Subjects Discussed: The tension between hunters and shooters; scent dogs pinging Willie Nelsonâ€™s tour bus and other antics of outlaw countryâ€™s finest; the last word on Andrew McLeanâ€™s public land treestand theft; Australian mugs #1 and #2 explain Kangaroo hunting; another misguided attempt from an animal rights activist; how much shooters actually contribute to Pitman-Robertson; your most vexing questions answered; speaking of hunting public land: the ethics of killing, shock gobbles, and encountering other hunters; how to gear up on a budget or just shut up and go hunting; and more.
Aired 1 year ago 56:24
#475: How to Lose Weight, and Keep It Off Forever
If youâ€™re like a lot of men listening to this podcast, youâ€™ve likely made it a goal to lose some weight this year. But if youâ€™re also like a lot of men listening to this podcast, youâ€™ve made that goal before, maybe even succeeded with it, but have had to make it again because you gained all the weight back. My guest today argues that losing weight is actually pretty easy. The real trick is keeping it off.His name is Layne Norton. Heâ€™s a professional bodybuilder, powerlifter, and doctor of nutritional science, and today on the show we discuss all things fat loss. We begin our conversation discussing why losing weight is easier than keeping it off, the mechanisms that kick into gear once we shed body fat that cause us to gain all of it, and even more back, and why yo-yo dieting is so terrible for you.We then dig into whether there's one diet that's the most effective in helping you lose fat, the tactics you need to use to keep the weight off in the long run, and the real reason exercise plays a role in helping you do so, which isn't what you think.Get the show notes at aom.is/biolayne.