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The Shotgun Start with Andy Johnson of The Fried Egg and Brendan Porath is a podcast waiting for you early in the morning that quickly blasts through a variety of topics (usually) related to golf and (ideally) relevant to the day. It covers news from the pro tours around the world, amusing and important topics from the amateur game the rest of us play, and some irreverent stuff in between. There will be short interviews, previews, reviews, and dives into the archives. It provides what you ne ...
 
Listen to the best shotgun shooters in the world. From Olympians to World Champions and everything in between. We focus on Sporting Clays, FITASC, Trap Shooting, and Skeet Shooting. Hear from World-class coaches, gun clubs, vendors, Industry-leading companies that fuel the sport, and a lot more!
 
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Shotgun Story

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Welcome to Shotgun Story The podcast that has conversations with Indie creators about music, meaning and the point of it all, so that you may be inspired by the journeys of other artists who are doing it for themselves and maybe gain a little more understanding as to why it matters quite so much that you keep creating. another Solid Gold podcast #BeHeard
 
Chakras and Shotguns is a podcast exploring a range of topics across spirituality and preparedness. Our listeners join us on a journey to find a deeper connection within and without while learning to protect their spiritual, mental and physical space. From chakras and manifestation to generators and shotguns, we encourage each member of our audience to become secure interdimensional beings.
 
Come hang out on the first and third Saturday of the month while I and discuss, dissect, and gush my way through every episode of two amazing podcasts: King Falls AM and Improve on Tape (and who knows, maybe some others along the way)! Feel free to contact us on Twitter @ShotgunSammy71 or at shotgunsaturdaynights@gmail.com, and please leave us a review at https://ratethispodcast.com/shotgunsaturdaynights.
 
Shotgun The Aux is a Hip Hop Podcast based in the UK (Bournemouth stand up!). From boom bap to trap, Tom, Aidan, Rob, and Jake discuss their passion for Hip Hop culture, and interview some of the most exciting talent the UK Hip Hop scene has to offer. Shotgun The Aux also serves as a platform to promote new music for regional Hip Hop artists who want to get their music heard by likeminded heads out there. You can find Shotgun The Aux on all social media platforms and YouTube.
 
Swords & Shotguns is a podcast about all things weird, frightening and fascinating. If you're brave enough to learn of the secrets of ancient artifacts, fallen civilizations and the origins of the scariest creatures that infest this world, then sit back and enjoy - this is Swords & Shotguns!
 
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Shotgun Candy Podcast

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This unique live show brings together an interactive podcast filmed on the Fireside chat app. With live comments enabled, Firesiders are able to add their messages and reactions to make the show dynamic and unpredictable. The guys take on a topic every week without sharing the research with each other, which makes for some interesting banter between Elvis the King, Rocstedi, and AC. If you are looking for a real bar room conversation with some whisky in your coffee, all while learning a thin ...
 
LIFE+lOVE is “Living In Frequent Evolution Letting Others Voluntarily Evolve” It's not about, trials, errors, or hurt; nor is it destiny or karma to be miserable. Life is breathing and living in the here and now with the greatest gift of all, YOU! 🤟When it comes to love, ☝️it all starts with you and we all need a little love-shot every once in while! We all get caught by our emotional self and it’s perfectly understandable in today's impersonal ego driven disconnected societies, but when it ...
 
The Shooter's Story is a collection of interviews of shooters - just like you. Competitive, tactical, defensive, recreational, pros, newbies and everyone in between. We share our stories to build a community of like minded shooters sharing our passion (or hobby!) to spread the word and grow the sports.
 
A train pulls into the station - it's the end of the line. A Hobo jumps from a freight car, hoping for a fresh start in a new city. Instead, he finds himself trapped in an urban hell. This is a world where criminals rule the streets and Drake, the city's crime boss, reigns supreme alongside his sadistic murderous sons, Slick and Ivan. Amidst the chaos, the Hobo comes across a pawn shop window displaying a second hand lawn mower. He dreams of making the city a beautiful place and starting a n ...
 
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On this episode we have the second installation of my casual conversation with Daniel Gray. We talk about artificial intelligence and organic intelligence. Who can tell which is which? No one can. They taste identical! Here is how you get in touch with Daniel: https://www.instagram.com/Danielgray.llc/ Support the show hunchbunny.com…
 
Andy and Brendan close out the week with a Friday ramble on the drama and intrigue in Dubai both on the course and off the course. There is a diversion, however, to highlight the All-Burly team following up on the Kenneth Lofton chat from Wednesday. The Rory-Reed kerfuffle is covered with the new, added context of subpoenas. They ponder whether Ror…
 
Tom talks with Cory Kruse on how he seems to stay really competitive in sporting clays while staying really busy with work outside of the sport. He talks about shooting with Anthony, Gregg and Travis, how they all met and how he tries to keep it fun in his squad and then onto the mental game. There is alot of good information in this one!…
 
Riding Shotgun With Charlie #164 Dianna Muller The DC Project I first met Dianna Muller, founder of The DC Project (DCP), back in 2019, when I was headed down to DC and filming a show in Philadelphia on the way down, then some of the DCP ladies in DC. I’ve run into her and several of the DCP ladies across the country at Gun Rights Policy Conference…
 
You're not doing anybody any favours trying to be somebody you're not. Lizzy Lou Gaisford is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist in the band the Fishwives. She's also an ecologist with a particular passion for frogs. We sat down for a chat in a rainy room in Eshowe mid-COVID some years ago. I FINALLY got around to listening to it. And muc…
 
Ben and Sammy are joined by Agent Spears and her "special someone." Ben makes a surprising endorsement. Troy suffers a tragic loss. Tim regains some of his memories. I say "and" about 1000 times and "umm" about 990 times. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shotgunsammy/message
 
Kan man skabe sig en lys fremtid som iværksætter, når man har siddet næsten 8 år i fængsel og kriminalitet og bandekrig, er den eneste (erhvers)erfaring, man kan skrive på sit CV? Det korte svar er ja. Ali Najei er 30 år gammel, født i Vollsmose og alligevel, bryder han alle fordommene og opbygger organisationen Kapitel1. I dag uddannet mentaltræne…
 
What are energy vortexes, and where can we find them around the world? From the famous Sedona Vortexes in Arizona to lesser-known spots in Europe and Asia, Mik and Jenn discuss vortexes and their unique properties. Let’s delve into the fascinating world of energy vortexes and discover their potential to heal, inspire and transform. Some things we t…
 
It’s a whiparound show with a hard stop at the end that probably spends too much time at the beginning discussing the regular CW lineup, like Maury, Judge Mathis, and others, preempting live LIV coverage on Fridays. There’s also probably too much time dedicated to the announced musical act for the Players, Riley Green. And there’s also probably too…
 
What would you do if you could slow down or speed up time? How do we, as humans, perceive time? In this episode, Jenn and Mik get into the dimensions, how time works, and how we can use that knowledge to take control of our present. We're talking timelines, quantum mechanics and Mandela Effects. Some things we talked about in this episode: We recen…
 
Andy and Brendan are back after a “relaxing” weekend watching golf and football. They begin with some clarity on where Jim Nantz will be calling Farmers from, and questions about title sponsors and stadium naming rights. Eventually, they get to Jon Rahm and his second straight victory on the PGA Tour at the AmEx in Palm Springs. They lament why eve…
 
On this episode, I talk to Daniel Gray. We just hang out and talk casually about life. I'm trying to figure out what's going on in this kooky world!! But Daniel was there to help. We try to make sense of all the chaos out there and have a few laughs along the way. It's a fun filled extravaganza that you won't want to miss!! To get in touch with Dan…
 
Shotgun Sports USA is trying something a little different. Tom Seay will be stepping in for a few episodes as the host to give all of our listeners a little different perspective. This week Tom got on the phone with Joe Fanizzi to have a conversation about some very interesting topics that you all will not want to miss! Tom and Joe discussed some o…
 
This Wednesday episode is a rapid-fire unstructured discussion that begins with the schedule for the week, which quickly transitions into Ian Poulter’s latest comments from the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. The field is a mixture of DP World Tour players and the fellas from LIV, which reports indicated was closing in on a TV deal with the CW network…
 
On this episode I talk to Sean from the podcast "Terrible Tirades". His title is remarkably similar to my failed podcast "Horrible Haikus" which I regrettably put all my life savings into. That's one of the bigger regrets I've had in the last few years. But all that aside, Sean is a guy who knows all about military stuff and that's what we talk abo…
 
This holiday Monday episode begins with a damning follow-up on the “provisional pedant” from Friday’s golf advice segment. Then it’s on to the Sony Open, where Andy demands more respect for the talent and work of his boy Si Woo KIm, who he’s been pushing for more than five years now. They also discuss the first non-designated event of the year, and…
 
How can you prepare for natural disasters when you live in a small apartment or other limited living space? Are you covered if you couldn't access food, water or electricity for a few days? What are some ways to keep your space secure? In this episode, Mik and Jenn explore the essentials to have on hand in case of emergencies, keeping limited stora…
 
This one continues on where the last one left off with Brice Mazzy and our intense conversation about jail and life and psilocybin and things like that. This is what it's all about people!! Human beings talking to each other and recording it and then letting other people listen to it. It's been happening since the dawn of time and it's never going …
 
This early Friday episode begins with some investigative reporting that yields a first-hand account of Seamus Power’s travels from Maui to Abu Dhabi and why this flying west option may have been impacted. Then they’re onto some early Sony movers before getting into an extended chat about the Netflix golf trailer, its authenticity, its prospects, an…
 
On this episode, I talk to a Brice Mazzy teaches in jails. I was in jail once. Very briefly. I was mistaken for an evil villain who looked identical to me in every way aside from this prominent curly black mustache he had. I tried for weeks after that to grow a mustache like that but it just never looked right. But those days are behind me! And thi…
 
On this episode we talk to Mike Luongo and Joe Scull about target difficulty at tournaments. We are going to find out how these guys feel about setting targets for big tournaments verses setting targets for local fun shoots and how to determine how difficult they should be. Should they get easier or Should they stay the same....Plus alot more.…
 
This Wednesday episode begins with shock and horror at the lopsided Georgia-TCU game, and asks some big questions about fan travel to blowouts, winning with class, and whether one of Brendan’s youth basketball teams can claim to have done so. The schedule for the week begins with the Sony Open, where a stronger-than-usual field is on hand. Andy cla…
 
Riding Shotgun With Charlie#163Frank ScavoCoalition for Election Integrity I’ve been going to the Rod of Iron Freedom Festival at the Tommy Gun Warehouse in Greely, PA, for about 4 years. A couple years ago, the emcee duties went to Frank Scavo. Every year there are plenty of 2A big name folks at the festival and there are some conservative speaker…
 
How can we manage big life events and transitions, especially when the change is hard? How can we make sure that fear of the unknown doesn't prevent us from something amazing? Mik and Jenn talk the lessons that they've learned about themselves and their spirituality after making a challenging move to Los Angeles. One thing we talked about in this e…
 
It was a dramatic finish to the first event of the new year on the PGA Tour, so Andy and Brendan begin with excitement over the Bears getting the No. 1 pick, allegations about fixed NFL games for name-brand franchises, and demands for a date to be set for Browns-Bears in 2023. Then they get to the drama between Jon Rahm and Collin Morikawa, and won…
 
The boys get a mystery call, an interview is canceled, and an old friend calls in. Also, Sammy has trouble with math. Apologies. I forgot to acknowledge the creators of the opening and closing tracks. Our opening theme is “Get Ready” by Fesliyan Studios, and our closing music is “A Slumber of the Blackwood” by As Above So Below. It’s Tim JENSEN, no…
 
On this episode I speak with none other than Osazee Osayande (aka Parallax) from Nigeria about his podcast, THE MENTAL SHIFT WITH OSAZEE OSAYANDE. We talk about how important it is to have your name in the title of your podcast and other such topics. Hear him spread the word on his approach to a life of happiness using nothing more than mediation, …
 
We did not have to wait long this year for some sort of recording hurdles, as Andy is forced to record on his phone in the car in a grocery store parking lot due to wifi being knocked out from the storms. Nevertheless, both Brendan and Andy are enthused and rejuvenated by the first full round of the year, which is always a delight to take in. They …
 
Det stod absolut ikke skrevet nogen steder, at Flemming Bille skulle arbejde indenfor det alternative. Heller ikke selvom han fra barnsben vidste, at han havde særlige evner i forhold til "noget overnaturligt". Det var først som voksen, at han fandt ud af, hvad det gik ud på og ikke mindst, hvordan han kunne bruge sine evner. Nu har Bille i snart 2…
 
It’s a new year at the Shotgun Start, and Andy and Brendan immediately begin with questions about names: who’s coming up with all these dramatic weather names and who’s naming some of these new drivers? They have lots of energy and are excited to be out from under the Year in Review. The fake vs. real Scott Stallings wins both the year’s first catn…
 
This episode is full of music and sounds and rambling observations featuring music from past guests Erin Claire and Hipster Pug. It's a great way to end the year. In order to get the real impact of this episode, you have to start it at exactly 10:44:55 PM to have it climax at midnight on January 1st. If you can’t do this then I wouldn’t even bother…
 
The Year in Review comes to a close, and it’s shut down early before we get to the Net Tour Championship. So for the second year in a row, East Lake is given short shrift. This part does, however, cover the amusements from LIV NJ, a bonanza of lawsuits, TPC Initech, the dramatic TRO hearing, and the Delaware Delegation in mid August. This is the us…
 
Will Fennell and Neil Chadwick have been around this sport for a long time. They have seen it evolve into what it is today, but there are some things that we need to work on in their opinions to make it the best it can be. We discuss topics like. Target setting, rule changes that will be enforced in 23, rule changes that they would like to see enfo…
 
Riding Shotgun With Charlie #162 Antonia Okafor Gun Owners of America Back in 2017, I drove out to a very liberal college in western Massachusetts to hear Antonia Okafor speak. She was out here doing some speaking at some colleges about campus safety. Just the day before, one of the schools canceled her speech because the topic was too controversia…
 
The last men’s major of the year, the 150th Open, was also a celebration of the game’s history. It’s also where LIV’s Ian Poulter got booed on the first tee. It’s also where one unnamed LIV player, who we name in this episode now, furiously cursed out a reporter for asking about OWGR dangers. This part of the Year in Review covers The Open in detai…
 
Here it is! The holiday special that we've all been waiting for. Where were we waiting? Under the tree. That's where holiday specials are born. It was a virgin birth, or so they say. We all know how scary it can be for a young holiday special who's all alone in the world. But that's a whole different story. Speaking of stories, this is the kind of …
 
We’re past the U.S. Open and further into the summer of LIV on the Year in Review. This episode begins at the Travelers, where Brooks Koepka bolts the Tour and is labeled “duplicitous” while the PGA Tour announces some major changes, some of which would not last the year. The U.S. debut of LIV in Portland is also chronicled as well as some regretta…
 
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