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  1. KunstlerCast 302 - Yakking with Chris Nelder about Energy Transition - Kunstler

    http://kunstler.com/podcast/kunstlercast-302-yakking-chris-nelder-energy-transition/

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  2. The Testosterone Crisis With Jay Campbell

    In this episode we have Jay Campbell on as a guest to discuss the crisis of low testosterone in men.

    Not only that, but he breaks down a series of questions designed to help men reclaim the elixir of masculinity, their testosterone

    Jay Campbell can be found on Twitter: @TRTExpert

    His Blog: http://www.totrevolution.com/

    Books

    ‘Testosterone Optimization Therapy Bible’: https://amzn.to/2IeZKrw

    ‘The Metabolic Blowtorch Diet’: https://amzn.to/2uwHgk6

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/thefamilyalpha/the-testosterone-crisis-with-jay-campbell
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Thu, 05 Apr 2018 22:17:11 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  3. The Testosterone Crisis With Jay Campbell

    In this episode we have Jay Campbell on as a guest to discuss the crisis of low testosterone in men.

    Not only that, but he breaks down a series of questions designed to help men reclaim the elixir of masculinity, their testosterone

    Jay Campbell can be found on Twitter: @TRTExpert

    His Blog: http://www.totrevolution.com/

    Books

    ‘Testosterone Optimization Therapy Bible’: https://amzn.to/2IeZKrw

    ‘The Metabolic Blowtorch Diet’: https://amzn.to/2uwHgk6

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/thefamilyalpha/the-testosterone-crisis-with-jay-campbell
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Thu, 05 Apr 2018 22:17:11 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  4. Dating Single Moms, Passion, and Authentic Living with Alexander J.A Cortes

    In this episode Craig and I discuss dating single moms, developing passion, and living authentically with our first guest on The Family Alpha Podcast Alexander J.A Cortes.

    You can find Alexander J.A Cortes on twitter at: https://twitter.com/AJA_Cortes

    His site: https://alexanderjuanantoniocortes.com/

    Also be sure to check out TheFamilyAlpha.com

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/thefamilyalpha/alexander-ja-cortes-dating-single-moms
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Thu, 05 Apr 2018 22:13:55 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  5. Gretchen Rubin

    Elizabeth and I have a beloved, if somewhat odd, sisterly ritual: every time I visit her, we clear her clutter. This is tremendously satisfying for me, and Elizabeth graciously cooperates.

    In one of my very favorite Happier episodes, episode 10, Elizabeth and I recorded ourselves as we cleared clutter in her home office. Boy that was fun.

    This time, we tackled her home office. It was especially in need of clutter-clearing because Elizabeth’s renovation has thrown the whole house into an unusually high level of clutter. Just the kind of challenge I love to tackle!

    I find it particularly fun to clutter-clear with Elizabeth, because she’s easy. She has plenty of room (unlike many people, especially here in New York City, who live in spaces that are too small for their stuff), much of her clutter takes no time or effort to deal with (she has a habit of keeping empty bags and boxes that take up a lot of room and can be instantly put into the recycling pile), and she doesn’t buy much.

    I’ve always loved before-and-after photos, and here are some from her office.

    Before:

    After:

    Some tips and hacks we discussed as we cleared:

    Don’t put something down, put it away.

    Have a specific place for everything.

    When clearing clutter, set yourself up with necessary supplies: garbage bags, boxes for give-aways, Sharpies, Ziploc bags, a pad and paper for to-do lists. We made a pile of recycling stuff to deal with later.

    Don’t use high-value real-estate, like your office (or your clothes closet or your kitchen cabinets), for things that you use only rarely, like holiday items. These can be stored in less accessible places, since you deal with them just once a year.

    Finally hang your framed pictures.

    Surfaces should be used for activity, not storage.

    Things get messier before they get tidier.

    One benefit of being organized? Even if you don’t actually remember where you put something, you can look in the place where you keep that kind of thing, and find it there.

    Make sure something that’s being kept as a memento really does hold precious memories. (Usually, paradoxically, having fewer mementos allows you to hold more memories than having many mementos.)

    Have a place where you keep all your manuals. Or just throw away the manuals, and look up the information  online.

    Remember, you are the master of your technology.

    Spaces that are clear tend to stay clear, and spaces that are messy tend to get messier.

    Consider tackling visual clutter first, because for many people, it’s very calming to see an orderly environment — even if the cabinets and drawers are messy.

    Elizabeth’s Demerit: Even though it’s Elizabeth’s turn to give a demerit, I gave her a gold star instead, because she deserves such a giant gold star for putting up with this clutter-clearing.

    Gretchen’s Gold Star: Elizabeth gives me a gold star for my clutter-clearing.

    Resources:

    1. If you’d like to get the PDF collection of readings for weddings, or for memorial services and funerals, you can get it here.

    2. If you’d like to get a free coloring book sheet, from my coloring book, get it here.

    I do a weekly live show on Facebook called: “Ask Gretchen Rubin Live.” Usually, I do it on Mondays at 4:00 p.m. Eastern. To join the conversation, check the schedule.

    https://gretchenrubin.com/podcast-episode/160-happier-elizabeths-cluttered-office

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  6. KunstlerCast 301 - Chatting with Tom Whipple of Peak Oil News - Kunstler

    http://kunstler.com/podcast/kunstlercast-301-chatting-tom-whipple-peak-oil-news/

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  7. KunstlerCast 300 - Markets, Markets, Markets! With Hayes Martin - Kunstler

    I do not even know what the “Markets” are anymore Jim.

    I DO know that they are light years different from what they were in 1929 when lots of little guys and real people sent them their money with the hope of growth.

    They are also so far removed from what they were when I was a young man when we all tried to play the same game and were fortunate if we came out with as much as we put in.

    Today it seems at least to me (who has nary a penny in the pool) that they are only charlatan’s tents in which the lords of the land play numbers games on machines and sell it all as some sort of placebo to convince the working idiots that they are a lot better off than their paychecks would indicate.

    Why anyone gives the proverbial rat’s ass about the number they put up on the screen is beyond me.

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    http://kunstler.com/podcast/kunstlercast-300-markets-markets-markets-hayes-martin/

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  8. Mr. Money Mustache — Living Beautifully on $25-27K Per Year | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

    "You’re not supposed to optimize for money; you’re supposed to optimize for happiness." - Mr. Money Mustache (AKA Pete Adeney) Mr. Money Mustache (@mrmoneymustache — Pete Adeney in real life) grew up in Canada in a family of mostly eccentric musicians.

    https://tim.blog/2017/02/13/mr-money-mustache/

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  9. KunstlerCast 298 - Solar and Wind in Vermont with David Blittersdorf of All Earth Renewables - Kunstler

    Very interesting indeed, thank you for bringing this to us.

    David is right and I thought that I heard you thinking of Rahm Emmanuel when Dave mentioned that we humans do not react until there is a crisis.

    Yes change is hard to make and may even be impossible because of two massive problems.

    Those that hold the wealth along with the power and control that it brings them, and the inability of modern Americans to even consider using less rather than more technology (conservation).

    Every energy company CEO, Board of Directors and the BPU’s that rule with them will absolutely never allow for their incomes to drop.

    Incomes, bonuses, kick-backs must ALWAYS get larger and they have the power to keep it that way.

    Greed will NOT be overcome.

    The American public is so hopelessly programmed to consume anything and everything that it is force fed that I simply cannot see any reduction or conservation ever being a part of any functioning plan.

    It is pretty clear from your work Jim that you are a huge fan of conservation and I can assure you that I have always been exactly the same all of my life.

    I despise waste and excess, but people like us, at least outside of some safe and happy place, are not appreciated at all and even reviled by those who hopelessly consume mass quantities.

    It is very wonderful to hear of this project in Vermont and David was very impressive.

    I just hope that he is not overrun by all of those Californians headed his way, yuk, yuk.

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    http://kunstler.com/podcast/kunstlercast-298-solar-wind-vermont-david-blittersdorf-earth-renewables/

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  10. GRC | The Low Carb Choice  

    Research into the nature and dangers of chronic dietary carbohydrate consumption

    https://www.grc.com/health/lowcarb-podcasts.htm

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