Rob White, known corduroy hater and creative force behind Art on Fire, joins the podcast this week to talk about Dead Man on Campus (1998) and do a deep dive into my shameful history of LARPing. It’s totally fun and not at all humiliating!
Hot Property E44 - Seltzer Taste Test 2! ft. Rob White and Jenna Kuerzi
Hot Property with Dan and Stephen
We resurrect a fan favorite from the dead to drink seltzer with us. That’s pretty much the whole episode. Bud Light owes us $1,000,000 for this product based episode. Rob tells us about Hell. Stephen mixes all the seltzers together. Dan talks about “ectoplasm” a lot.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
April 12, 2021 - Dr. Brad Stelfox, Mandy Olsgard and Colton Vessey; Kelley Keehn; Rob White's family
Ryan starts the show with commentary on Sunday's debacle at Grace Life Church. As demonstrators tore down fences erected by Alberta Health Services, where was the "rule of law" Premier Jason Kenney's called for in past? We open the show with another Real Talk Round Table: why are landowners forced to fund their own environmental studies on coal mining in the Rocky Mountains? What are researchers discovering, and what does the general public need to know? Dr. Brad Stelfox, Mandy Olsgard, and Colton Vessey continue our conversation. A recent survey commissioned by MNP shows 53% are within $200 of insolvency at any given moment. Personal finance educator and author Kelley Keehn has a few tips to keep you on the right track. Hundreds of people have donated to a fundraiser in honour of Rob White, who lost his life saving a dog on the North Saskatchewan River. Rob's wife Bobbi, his sons Strider and Alliance, and his best friend Chris Barrett share a few stores about the man described as "Father to a thousand people." Plus, it's Monday morning, so we read your inspirational messages for this week's Positive Reflections, presented by Kuby Energy! 17:24 - Coal Round Table55:13 - Kelley Keehn1:19:12 - The White family and Chris Barrett1:57:19 - Positive Reflections
How Cerebral Palsy’s Ceo Rob White & newborn specialist Prof Nadia Badawi inspired global collaboration to reduce both incidence & severity of CP in Aust, by building a startup Research Foundation, attracting best medical researchers.
Build It. They'll Come.
Building a successful, sustainable movement in the medical field is never easy. But Cerebral Palsy Alliance Ceo Rob White and newborn intensive care specialist Professor Nadia Badawi, Macquarie Grp Chair of CP took on that herculean task 15 years ago. They believed that by inspiring, engendering and funding best practice global research into better understand CP, that together with some of the world’s best researchers including Australia’s own Professor Iona Novak and Sarah McIntyre, who were there from the beginning, they could help find better preventions, treatments and ultimately a cure for children and babies with Cerebral Palsy. Not only did these collaborators pursue their lightbulb idea, by building a world-respected Research Foundation from the ground up, but along the way they helped decrease not only the incidence of CP in this country, but how severely it affects those CP kids and babies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How Ceo Rob White & medico Professor Nadia Badawi created a startup Research Foundation from scratch 15 yrs ago, & built it into a global leader finding better prevention & treatments for those with cerebral palsy.
Build It. They'll Come.
When visionary charity CEO Rob White got together with dynamic neonatal intensive care expert Professor Nadia Badawi, they set about building an entrepreneurial startup - CPA Research Foundation- within the not-for-profit Rob White was already reforming into a modern, focused charity - Cerebral Palsy Alliance. The Research Foundation, created from scratch 15 yrs ago, had the vision to fund world-leading researchers to find better prevention, treatments, and ultimately a cure for those children and babies living with cerebral palsy, a condition affecting 17 million people globally, and 1 child born with it every day in Australia. Along the way to ensuring the Foundation’s success, the pair forged a deep and enduring professional partnership, while making a remarkable difference every day to the lives and outcomes of children and their families coping with CP. Today, researchers alongside clinicians have reduced both the rate and severity of CP incidence in this country. Find out HOW they built it, and achieved success.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Super Bowl Preview & Bold Predictions w/ Rob White
Episode #55- Our good friend and closest thing we have to an NFL expert, Rob White joins the pod today to discuss the Super Bowl and we go over our Top 3 Bold Predictions for the game.Before that we talk about the Tiger Documentary, Love on The Spectrum, Mickey Calloway and old guys using technology, a magic movie, PD's mustache and Julia Rose.Follow us on Twitter @cisradio and @teejfrancis; @Colin.marshalls; @cisradiopd
Ep 40 Rob White (Candidate, Tennessee House of Representatives District 86)
Rob White is a former Shelby County Sheriff's Deputy that is currently running for the Tennessee House of Representatives in District 86 https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100052285477090 https://www.instagram.com/robwhite901/?hl=en Link to voting song mentioned during the episode YelloPain - My Vote Dont Count https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMALeR1i-FM&t=54s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQiDpQkC88o
45 Years of Pastoring, Missionary Work, and Interim Leadership (w/ Rob White) - Episode 7
Real Church Stories
Rob White is a pastor of 45 years who came out of the business world with a passion to preach and share the gospel with others. Rob has not only served in local churches, but has also led missions work primarily in India and Cuba. Rob’s current season of ministry has him serving as an interim pastor and helping churches transition between leaders.Through Rob’s years of experience, he’s learned a lot personally about the importance of leading well and caring for his family while in ministry. Enjoy this conversation!Check out the key takeaways for today's episode and how to get in touch with Rob in the show notes: https://www.95network.org/blog/rob-white-7Support the show (http://www.95network.org/support)
On this episode of The StormCast, Jake Eisenberg and Tony Boone welcome a familiar *byline* to the show in Rob White, a former sportswriter for the Omaha World-Herald. Prior to becoming the Director of Athletic Communications at MSU Denver, Rob covered Triple-A Baseball in Omaha for 18 years from the mid-1990s through the mid-2010s. His tenure as the paper's beat writer included a few team name changes, a ballpark switch, a handful of titles, and a slew of stories.Rob shares his memories of the final weeks of the 2010 season—the final year at Rosenblatt Stadium—what the last game was like, and even what smell he remembers most from the famous ballpark. He also recalls covering Omaha's move from the American Association to the Pacific Coast League following the 1997 season, Chris Hatcher's record-setting campaign in 1998, the time Calvin Pickering hit the longest home run Rob had ever seen, and more!Plus, tune in for the answer to last episode's trivia question and a new one to try and answer. Which PCL team did the Omaha Royals play in the final game at Rosenblatt Stadium on Sept. 2, 2010? Be sure to stay up to date with the Storm Chasers on social media by following the team on Twitter (@OMAStormChasers), Instagram (@omahastormchasers) and Facebook (Omaha Storm Chasers).