I sat down with Scott Webb who is the editor of Aqua Magazine for the last 20 plus years and we talked about the 2021 pool season, a year in review so to speak. Of course, there are new things that Aqua is doing to enter 2022 sprinting including their updated website and their own trade show launching in October 2022 - https://www.aquamag.live/. We talk about these two things to start the show and then we jump into the high inflation facing the industry as well as the equipment shortage and the state of the industry. Leslie's Pro: Pool Service Pro, open a Wholesale account today! Customer referrals, free cleaner repairs, free water testing, open 7-days a week. It is fast and easy to become a Leslie's Preferred Pool Care Provider. https://lesliespool.com/commercial-services.html/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=spll&utm_campaign=spll
0:46 - How Vic was introduced to and gained an appreciation for volleyball.1:52 - When and why Vic made the transition from playing in the majors to coaching - using his own experience to help younger, developing players.3:27 - Simple and inexpensive warm-ups and routines coaches can teach to players and implement within their own practice.6:50 - More expensive and heavy-duty equipment to invest in for better shoulder health (e.g. crossover symmetry, motion capture equipment).Marc Pro device mentioned: https://marcpro.com/product-category/devices/9:38 - What part of Vic's previous coaching that he would try to do differently.12:01 - Applying shoulder techniques in volleyball (preventing the full extension of arm above your head in a straight downward motion).14:52 - Posture's effects on shoulder health.15:40 - Should you lower your elbow when extending your arm and shoulder?17:11 - Developing correct arm swings in younger players who have to compensate for lower reach above the net.19:25 - How to correct high elbow and extended shoulder motions that lead to weaker shoulders.22:25 - Aqua bags, and utilization of them during practice.24:43 - Using weighted balls during practice (weighted med balls, weighted baseballs, aquabags).27:05 - Implementing practice methods that Vic uses in a volleyball context.28:43 - Pre and post practice exercises and routines to maintain shoulder health.Pre-practice - Crossover symmetry and band exercises.Post-practice - Eccentric exercises.29:39 - Repetition counts for pre and post practice exercises.32:17 - Benefits of soft tissue massages (using lacrosse balls and foam rollers).
When Kazuma Satou died, he was given two choices: pass on to heaven or be revived in a fantasy world. After choosing the new world, the goddess Aqua tasked him with defeating the Demon King, and let him choose any weapon to aid him. Unfortunately, Kazuma chose to bring Aqua herself and has regretted the decision ever since then.
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Olá, pessoas maravilhosas. Como é que vocês estão? Aqui é a Margot e no episódio de hoje nós vamos fazer uma viagem no tempo, de volta lá para 1600 e bolinha, na Itália. Vamos conhecer uma mulher, considerada a "rainha dos venenos", que deu cabo em cerca de 600 homens. A famosa Giulia Tofana e seu "elixir": Aqua Tofana.
Join Andrew and Brandon as they journey back to September 1997, but first they talk about being able to record in person for the past 3 episodes. After the break, Andrew wants to discuss the live episode of E.R. that he some how forgot after his last rewatch. They then pitch their favorite picks for the new new host of Jeopardy. Brandon enlightens Andrew on Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation and the female turtle introduced in the series and the time they crossed over with Power Rangers: In Space. Andrew gets to give his thoughts on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze. Finally Brandon closes out the episode by reading the lyrics of Barbie Girl by Aqua.Check out this week's Spotify Playlist:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7G3iUPnWzWRAsUS0uI0DQP?si=b190d33ef78b45c5 Like the show? Leave us a 5 star review and subscribe!Send us a tweet at @Namely90sDiscuss the show on Instagram @Namely90sFind us online at Namely90s.comConsider joining our Patreon at Patreon.com/Namely90sFollow Brandon on Twitter at @bschwittyFollow Andrew on Twitter at @NamelyAndrewOutro:Pixelland by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4222-pixellandLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
In this episode you hear from Josh Plamondon, CEO of Aqua-Pak Industries. Aqua-Pak is a manufacturer and Verenia CPQ customer and is based near Vancouver, Canada. Josh talks about what small and medium manufacturing companies need in regard to CPQ, why the ERP integration is important to them, what got them started looking for a CPQ Solution, how they selected Verenia CPQ, what challenges they experienced before go-live, the business benefits they see now and much more. email: Josh email@example.com
Let's talk about Kickstarters! Herbalist's Primer - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/exaltedfuneral/herbalists-primer Tome of Heroes - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/deepmagic/tome-of-heroes-5th-edition-character-options-for-your-game Heliana's Guide to Monster Hunting - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/saltybot/monsterhunting5e The One Ring - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1192053011/the-one-ring-roleplaying-game-second-edition Avatar Legends - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/magpiegames/avatar-legends-the-roleplaying-game Robotech RPG - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rrpgt/robotech-rpg-tacticstm Catch us Live on YouTube! Saturday Mornings 9:00am PST Discord for Chatting - https://bit.ly/Jorphdan Merch! - https://teespring.com/stores/jorphdans-emporium Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/jorphdan https://twitter.com/sirluciengaming Follow us on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/user/SirLucien https://www.youtube.com/jorphdan
For this month we are looking at films with random or out-of-place segments and Lauren starts us off with a splash into an Ester Williams Double Feature with Easy to Wed and Bathing Beauty. As we explore the origins of the cultural touchstone of the Aqua-musical we discuss Hollywood remakes, the importance of Hollywood pairings and power couples and we are blown away by how much we have been sleeping on organ music. Music: 64 Sunday by Twinmusicom.org
After the final battle of the night proved to be a bit too much for our heroes, they make a daring escape through the baths… unfortunately it is not a clean getaway. Please support Dugongs & Seadragons on Patreon, if every subscriber gave us just $1 to $5 a month it will allow us to full fund and support the podcast for the long-term: https://www.patreon.com/DugongsAndSeadragons
I'm back from a long hiatus, this time I have the one and only talentedAqua Raps. We talk about future projects, him freestyling on Adin Ross's talent show and what followed.Lastly I put him to the test with two beats.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRheBhiIrDCJ9tLAUQbJ_OAInstagram: Aqua_Raps https://www.instagram.com/aqua_raps/Twitter: @RapsAqua https://twitter.com/RapsAquaXbox: Aqua Raps Twitch: AquaRap https://www.twitch.tv/aquarapDiscord: Aqua Raps#0001SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/aquarapsWe talk about future projects, him freestyling on Adin Ross's talent show and what followed.Beats produced by Lewbi:beats can be found here https://youtu.be/5ohZzZaSoOQhttps://youtu.be/Pvm4Utg2ALsJorge Directs Coffeecan be listened on all podcast streaming platformsFollow www.instagram.com/lasvibrascoffeeroasters
Andi and Zach review recent studies on the effects of aqua jogging on aerobic fitness, neuromuscular performance, and musculoskeletal resilience. Additionally, they break down the latest running news, including the Prefontaine Classic and a myriad of record performances. For the complete notes, links, and resources, visit https://atozrunning.com/episode99 For coaching and training details and services, visit https://atozrunning.com/coaching
Guest Co-host: Kris Parsons:Kris' website:Podcast Guest: Will Becker: Transcription: Kris Parsons00:02Welcome to changing the rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best life and how you can figure out how to do it too. Join us with your lively host Ray Loewe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.Ray Loewe00:16This is your lively host you know I'm not sure how lively I am this morning, but we're here in our wonderful podcast studio in Woodbury, New Jersey wildfire podcast. And we're here with our engineer Taylor. And we're here with our two guests, our co-host, Kris Parsons, who will introduce in a minute, and Will Becker, the famous Will Becker, by the way, okay. And let me remind you of what we're all about to start with we call our podcast, changing the rules. And it's because we have too many rules in life, and rules tend to get in the way and when we're obeying all the rules we're living somebody else's life. Okay. So the key is to be able to sift and sort through the rules and make them work for us. And when we do that, we get the freedom to live our own life. And we're talking about the luckiest people in the world that do that. Because when you're able to live your own life, you feel lucky, you feel happy, you know, things tend to go well, it's not the simplest thing in the world. There's some struggles that go on in here. And we have a new book coming out, which we're going to announce shortly. It's guess what it's called the luckiest people in the world, you know, and we talk some somewhat in the air about the mindsets, the luckiest people in the world have. And today, you're going to see one particularly come forward. And that is that we all have a personal brand. And the luckiest people in the world know who they are. And they know how they show up with that brand. And once they do that, they're able to tweak it, they're able to make that part of life work for them. And life gets better and better and better. So kris Parsons, Parsons, PR? Yes, I got that. Right. That right? I should we've known each other for how long? It's been about at least four years, maybe at least. Oh, it's not 400. It's only four?Kris Parsons02:19only four.Ray Loewe02:20only four. And Kris is our co-host this month, she also is our PR person. And Kris, why don't you introduce yourself and then introduce our guest?Kris Parsons02:30I will. Thank you. Thank you, Ray. Yes, I'm excited to I actually got a chance to read the book The draft, first-time last night. So I'm very excited. It's a wonderful book. It's a great. It's a great guide and a lot of exciting, interesting stories. So well. Will Becker, Will Becker is a friend of mine his family, we've been friends. We've been friends for more than four years, right? Probably 10-15. I don't know. Yeah. closer to 15. At this point, yeah, we do it by our kids, right. And when our kids get older, Ray Loewe02:56You're getting me jealous. There's another man in your life?Kris Parsons02:59There's another man, I'm sorry. And including my husband's Oh, okay. But that's neither here nor there. Anyway, Will, we are good friends, but also Will is a wonderful professional. He's an IT professional. He's in the financial services and insurance industry. And he focuses on business and quality assurance analysis. He has been employed at Aqua soft for the past three years. And he leads the business analysis team for them. It's a big team for the US region. Now, Will was introduced to Ray about, I don't know, maybe two years ago, a year and a half ago, when he was in transition your 15 years working for other insurance carriers, right. And then this was before he joined Aqua soft. He took one of Ray's courses. And that's available on our website. Right, Ray? Yes, ma'am. Okay, and he says it changed the course of his career by helping him see a different side of himself. And that side proved to be the one that landed in this region, his job at Aqua soft, which is exciting. So we want to hear about that story Will, how about you tell us a little bit about what course you took? And what did it say about yourself that was very insightful to you? Yeah.Will Becker04:10Great. Thanks, Kris. Good morning. Good morning, Ray. Thanks for having me back. Good morning. It's nice to see you after three, three years. So it's not likeKris Parsons04:19And COVID where we've been virtually seeing each other, right?Will Becker04:21Yes. So yeah, so I can give you a little background of how I met Ray. And when I was going through transition, I was probably out of work, three, four months, trying to find my next position after 15 years working for the same company. And as I did that, I struggled to figure out like your term right brand, trying to figure out who I am and who I wanted to be and my next phase of a career, and I took the courses that Ray offered started with the Kolbe A and learned some more data analytics way of looking at myself. And I transitioned over to the second phase of that was a unique ability test and That really opened my eyes to trying to figure out who I am and where I want to be. I was struggling a little bit in trying to figure out what jobs to apply for. Is this really the position I want long-term I wasn't looking to job hop. And the unique ability really opened my eyes to internalize what I am as a person, what I am as an employee when I am as a leader to other people that work for the company I work at, and where I was wanting to go. And it really steered me in a direction where I was able to take a position at Aqua soft because it felt right to my brand and who I am, as I learned through the unique ability,Ray Loewe05:39You know you made a statement that I absolutely love. And that is you want it to be the same Will at home, as you are at the office. Will Becker05:48Yeah, Ray. That's probably the biggest eye-opener I had. And it's a simple way of describing my view of life. And how you helped me bridge that. Ray Loewe05:57You know let's go back a little bit. I mean, it because I remember when we started having our first conversations, and you're like a whole lot of other people, you know, you're between jobs, and you let go for whatever reason, and usually has nothing to do with you. It has to do with corporate downsizing, or somebody changed their mind somewhere. And you've got to feel like you're under tremendous pressure. And the pressure is to conform to the rules. The rules, say, you know, I got to go out and get a job, and I don't care what job it is, I just got to get a job. So I got money putting on the table. And you know, it's one of the biggest mistakes that a lot of people make. And sometimes it's what you have to do. But when you have the luxury of finding out who you are. And you know, can you talk a little bit about how your job interviews changed, once you all of a sudden realized the Will you want to combine Will, the home Will, and the business Will.Will Becker06:57So I'll tell you that the biggest lesson I learned was being when you're the home person, it's you are at work, you become the natural person of who you are at work. And so you've become very genuine in the interview process. And so when I struggled with when I was before that I would go to an interview. And I think I was giving them the answer I needed to provide to get the position. And what I realized was once I wanted to be the same person at home as I am at work, and I figured out what that meant to me and how to describe that and influence. People during the interview. The interview became a conversation, right? There wasn't enough time to continue the dialogue, we flowed, there was no boundaries to the question and answer it, was tell me about who you are. And two hours later, I look up and they're making an offer because it felt natural. I knew on my side of the equation that it was the right home for me to go to at least explore its long-term career for me. And for them, it was an easy no-brainer, because I made it easy on them to see the value that I could bring to the table. Yep. Ray Loewe07:57So now you're part of an organization and you're obviously doing your thing and making huge contributions. Because I think you told me when you entered your employee number 364. We're up to 750. Yeah. And doesn't it feel great to be part of a growing organization where you fit?Will Becker08:17Yeah, that's the most exciting piece of it is that you get two things with that one, you get to be part of the success, but you also get to influence the success. And that was what keeps me excited about going to work every day.Ray Loewe08:29Okay, so you made another revelation during our pre-interview, which I thought was unbelievable. And let me just bring up the boss that didn't like me. Oh, yeah.Will Becker08:41No, I think she just didn't understand me. And I think that's probably most people go through that challenge is trying to fit into an organization that was small and growing. So there's a core group of associates to just know each other and they just do what they need. And then you have those that are trying to inject themselves into that environment. And it's a challenge. So I had this boss who was on a project for a good six months, and I felt I was doing the right things struggling as a new employee. But in the end, I learned to find out pretty quickly that the upper leadership did not like me. I was not delivering their own expectations. And she was very blunt about it to me that she almost hesitated about considering either one letting me go and two never bringing in someone who came from the insurance side. Forget. So that was a rude awakening. I'll tell you, Ray.Ray Loewe09:30Yeah, but what happened? What was the end result?Will Becker09:34So a patient slid out so I was able to transition to a different project where it took and embraced my natural skills. So the first project I didn't feel like I was being the natural person that I thought I said I would be at the company. And then when I moved to a different client, the reviews and feedback coming from the new client was raving and they've said, Well, maybe I'll take a second look on who you are. And so this boss came to me about two years later, after having hesitancy, and asked me to come in and support a project in Australia. And my role was to come in as a traffic cop and kind of lead them through process reorientation. And it really focuses on how we do things at Aqua soft. And it kind of shocked me right? To be honest, like I was the ambassador for this, after having such a hard start to the horizon, the to delivering the way we deliver. And so what I ended up doing was getting on these calls every night. And at the end of my first week, I was asked to write an email that went all the way up to the CEO of both companies. And she wrote back to me the next day, she goes who is this person? She didn't really she's like, dude, how did I not know you had all this engagement skill in you that you could give a message so eloquently to the client, that she could talk up to the leaders as well as to the people doing the work, and her eyes just opened up. And she's been a big fan of mine ever since. And.Ray Loewe10:52Well, that's because you are who you are. And, who you are, is probably pretty good. It seems right.Kris Parsons10:59Well, that kind of leads into what we were talking about as well, the perception, right? We have a perception of ourselves, but other people have a perception of us. And sometimes it's good to look outside what you think and find out what did you call that your unique ability? Yes. So tell us that little exercise you did that I think everybody could do I mean, I got to go home and do it myself.Will Becker11:20So some of the beauties of Ray's program that I found most useful is the unique ability assessment. And so that was a simple task where Ray asked me to email and write to my 10 closest people that I may know whether they were work associates or friends or family, and ask them the simple question, tell me the one thing that makes me unique to you. And I got all the feedback. And I analyzed it. And I found four to five came back with the same response, which was you help make complex things simple. And that became to I think I like your term, Ray, brand. Yes, your brand, it really helped me keep a perspective, like, this is my value, I've realized I don't have value across everything nobody does. But if I can emphasize one aspect of who I am, to my family, to my friends, and to my employer, is that concept, to keep things simple.Ray Loewe12:10Well, you know, you just said something that I want to comment on because it's really important and really interesting. And that is, we aren't the same value to everybody. Exactly. And I think that's really important for us to understand. And you know, when you're looking for a job it's especially important. See if you can match your value to the values that are needed by the organization. If you can take a project that you're on and match your values to those values, then all of a sudden, everything shows up. Great. And when it doesn't it, you're like a fish out of water. And I think that the biggest lesson that you are practicing right now is that you're not afraid to be you because you have confidence that you are a wonderful person, you're you know, I am who I am, you know, you take me for what I am Yes, I'll tweak things a little bit here and there to make things go. And do you speak Australian now?Will Becker13:12I can interpret it in my head, but not quite.Kris Parsons13:15Well, it also goes to the fact that you were talking about the interview process. I mean, it's true. People even though they have a whole list of job descriptions and qualities and responsibilities, people want to know that they can work with you, people want to know that they can talk to you day in and day out and have a good relationship with you. So it really is a relationship. And like he said it turned into a conversation, right? It wasn't an interview. And then right there people go, yeah, this guy will fit in fine. Right. So so I think that's being your genuine self is what's important. And it's a lot harder than you think, in all of us have done the interviews all of us have gone out and you know, end up trying to conform to what we think they want, when really in actuality we should just really be ourselves. Yeah.Ray Loewe13:57I think so too. And so one of the things that you're doing now is I think you find yourself both as a manager and a coach, you want to comment on the relationship there?Will Becker14:08Yeah, I think it's actually inseparable, right. So as many times we get managers, I tend to use the term leader. So where I try to influence people is to help people understand that now in my team, but others in the organization is to realize that every day is not going to be easy. Some days are going to be natural, and some aren't. But every time I get a chance where someone comes to me and says it doesn't feel right, I'm having hesitation about either a specific assignment or maybe even the role in the company. I tend to pull them aside and I try to break it down simple for them to listen, you have to look within yourself, kind of coach them to their strengths again, so they can start feeling value, and then give them a path forward on how to overcome and succeed in the areas they don't feel like they're, making great inroads on And to your point of being a coach, there's no boundaries to that. So it doesn't have to be somebody reports to Me, and Ray, I know you didn't plan this, but I got a phone call from another leader this morning at my company, who I have to call after this call to kind of help coach them through some of the struggles, they're going through with the role that they're in now and help them see the light at the end of the tunnel that they'll get there with some guidance.Ray Loewe15:16And all those because you're being you.Will Becker15:20And that's why they reached out to Ray, to be honest. I mean, they felt that could be a natural delivery of that experience. And I can share the story I shared with you about my initial struggles. In parallel, this person's going through a similar challenge themselves. And it helps people to understand that they're not in it alone, that there is a way to get to the successful end of the road.Ray Loewe15:38Cool. So we've kind of talked about where you were, and where do you see yourself going in your company? What do you see yourself doing? How are you going to amplify on all this? I know, that's really an unfair question.Will Becker15:52No, it's a good one, because actually, I think now that I've kind of bridged the senior leadership and understand them, understanding who I am and what values I can have, I've been given some internal training. So we're getting some training on leadership that I accept because there's never enough training, right? There's always something you can learn and grow within your company. And it's nice that they're offering it. And the second piece is I've been enjoying this part more being brought in to help coach other leaders at the company. Because I did come with 15 years of management and leadership experience. It just only happens to be about two years where I'm at now. So they're recognizing that experience, and then I can help coach other newer leaders into a more mature leadership style.Kris Parsons16:33What you mean, we're not only hiring young people that have one year of experience? Age is really good you mean.Ray Loewe16:41Age is a good thing. Age is a good thing. So the next question, let's go off into a different value. You have a couple of kids at home. Okay. So and they're teenagers, I think, right? Will Becker16:53Yeah, 16 and one's 12. So they're okay, they're there.Ray Loewe16:57So here you are, you have this whole unique ability thing that you're growing with? How does this translate down into your kids and the advice that you give them? And where are we going? Will Becker17:08Yeah, that's another area Ray where there's no boundary, right? So yeah, the experience that I had going through the unique ability, I've shared it with both my children. So my older son is starting to look at colleges, and he's a junior in high school, and he's having those questions. Where do I go? What do I do, and what I shared with him is you really want to go down that path that makes you most comfortable as a natural fit. So don't try to pick a school that aligns just because that's where they say you should go or it's the cool place to go. Second, is when you're looking at what you want to learn and study, it has to be something you're interested in, you can't be something that's just because it makes money, or that's what the other kids are doing. It has to be you it has to fit you. So I've asked him to start thinking about himself in the same context, I did on the unique ability, so he could do it at a younger age to try to figure out what makes him unique and special to others.Ray Loewe17:59Yeah, this is pretty heavy stuff for a 16-year-old. But you know, it works. And I remember going back to our old college money days when what we were doing was helping people get into college and figuring out how to pay for the darn thing. And you know, we found out that there are three kinds of colleges out there. And there's an example that actually makes sense in here. But there are those that are kind of the snotty colleges that set their rules and you don't break the rules okay. There's a whole bunch that are designed for their state colleges that don't have a lot that they can give, you know, again, you play their rules. And there's a whole bunch of colleges in the middle, a lot of them that are really looking for kids who want to be there. And when they find that match, the money comes on the table correct. Okay. And not only does money come on the table, but the whole experience is a better experience. Because you see these kids today dropping out of college and stuff like that. So I think the wisdom that you're imparting to your son over here about figuring out what's really important to you, and you know, you got to understand is going to change. Yeah, you should want to be a fireman.Will Becker19:13The easiest part about it isn't because it's such a simple question to ask. kids understand it, and they're a lot smarter than we may give them credit for, and what they want and where they want to go. It's getting it out of them to understand as parents, and I think to us while it seems like a serious topic, but it's a really easy bridge to a simple car ride conversation.Ray Loewe19:36Cool, cool. Yeah, we'll bring you in as a counselor to kids now.Kris Parsons19:42That chapter of the book.Ray Loewe19:44Unfortunately, we're getting near the end of our time here. So Kristine, do you have any last questions you want to ask Will or any comments you want to make?Kris Parsons19:51Ah, well, not really, other than if there's any one phrase that you would say to anybody else that wanted to either take one of the courses or get involved with the friend's connection or all the things that are in our luckiest people in the world wheelhouse. What would you say?Will Becker20:06I would say start the path down and try to figure out which courses fit you best. I think that's what I learned, you know, I've done some of these analytic ones before, and it was a nice supplement. But it took me the next step to get to the unique ability that really opened my eyes and I live it now going forward, Ray. It's not just an activity. Ray Loewe20:20And I remember we were starting it was like, twisting arms to get you to take it because you never had enough time. Right? Right. That's right. And this is a really important thing. The good things take time, you have to create time to be one of the luckiest people in the world. And unfortunately, life moves us. Correct. And sometimes it's like a roller coaster, you just don't have any choice. Okay, so any last comments you want to make Will or any final things that you want to say?Will Becker20:57I would just like to end it Ray that I appreciate all the work you do for coaching people. I mean, it's hard enough to find good advice, let alone consistent, good advice. And we've now met over three years. And I can say every day I wake up, I get a chance to learn from our engagements when we've had them. And again, it does, it doesn't bet itself. So to anyone that's interested in I do recommend reaching out to RayRay Loewe21:22Gee, I feel like I have to pat myself on the back. But no, thank you for being you. First of all, thank you for being a guest here and thank you for being an example and there's no question you're going to be successful moving forward, both in your, the Will at work and the Will at home, which by the way is one Will.Kris Parsons21:42Same person now.Ray Loewe21:43Same person one Will, okay, so, next week, we're going to be back with another great guest and we're going to explore the luckiest people in the world and what they do to make themselves lucky. And everybody have a great day. Thank you much.Kris Parsons22:00Thank you for listening to changing the rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best life and how you can figure out how to do that too. Join us with your lively host Ray Loewe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.
John DiMaggio is an award-winning voice over actor, actor, comedian and producer. He has something like 400 credits to his name, which is actually insane. You probably recognize his voice as Bender on Futurama, Jake the Dog on Adventure Time, King Zorg on Disenchantment, Middlemost Post, Zootopia, Marcus Fenix in the Gears of War series, Dr. Drakken on Kim Possible, The Simpsons, Rick and Morty, the Scotsman on Samurai Jack, Teen Titans, SpongeBob SquarePants, American Dad, Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Adventures of Puss in Boots and has even voiced Aqua man and the Joker, plus a lot more. You've also seen him on Mythic Quest, Better Call Saul, The Newsroom and many, many others. Plus John has also produced and narrated the great documentary, “I know that Voice”. As you can imagine, WE COVER A LOT, such as when he started out in standup comedy, being fired, the importance of failure, rejection, wanting the best for everyone, gratitude, his documentary, passion & keeping the fire burning, his many voices including Bender and Jake the dog, ego and unattachment. Check John out on: Instagram: https://instagram.com/thejohndimaggio Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheJohnDiMaggio Documentary: "I Know that Voice". https://www.amazon.com/Know-That-Voice-Kevin-Conroy/dp/B00IYXNP84 ---------------------------------------------- Follow @Funny in Failure on Instagram and Facebook https://www.instagram.com/funnyinfailure/ https://www.facebook.com/funnyinfailure/ and @Michael_Kahan on Insta & Twitter to keep up to date with the latest info. https://www.instagram.com/michael_kahan/ https://twitter.com/Michael_Kahan
Episode 69. Onward in our series all about "shibori" or sake pressing. This week's episode focuses in on the Assaku-ki (compression machine), known more informally as the "yabuta" sake press. As Xerox is to photo copies and Kleenex is to facial tissue, so is the Yabuta to the automatic sake press. It's a sake press brand name that has become synonymous with the process itself. The yabuta is often compared to an accordion in appearance and uses a series of frames stacked one next to another. The sake mash is pumped into the space between each frame. Every other frame is sandwiched with a flat balloon that gets inflated and squeezes the mash, forcing the sake out the bottom, while the rice solids are held back. The genius of the yubuta design is that the frames can then be opened up and the leftover sake lees (kasu) can be extracted. Compared to the "fune" press, the yabuta cuts the time it takes to press the mash in half and it is the most common sake pressing method in use today. Join us as we squeeze in another episode on the high pressure work of "shibori."
CNBC Special News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. The Delta variant of COVID-19 has finally started to show signs of slowing. A black market has surfaced for vaccination cards for people who won't get vaccinated, and LSU has vaccinated their mascot - a tiger. A quick roundup of the upcoming recall election of Governor Gavin Newsom. President of White Rose Aqua Cremation Phil Barrack joins Jane to talk about his innovative alternative to cremation and some of the setbacks he's experienced since starting his company.
CNBC News Correspondent Jane Wells fills in for Bill Handel. She's joined by Phil Barrack, President of White Rose Aqua Cremation, who talks about his innovative way of cremating the dead and the setbacks he's experienced since starting the company, and his plans moving forward.
Aqua jogging, also known as deep water running, is the most running-specific alternative to land running. By using a flotation belt which keeps you vertical in the water, you can mimic a land-based running workout, with no impact. It can effectively maintain or even build your fitness if you're injured or if you can't handle the pounding of another day of running. Jennifer Conroyd is a marathon runner who was stuck in the deep end of the pool for six weeks before the Chicago Marathon. She had injured her calf so badly that pool running was her only option to keep her fitness and finish the race. Not only did she finish Chicago, but she qualified for Boston. Her success led her to found her company Fluid Running, which provides a complete system to get anyone started with deep water running. Fluid Running offers group classes that Men's Journal voted one of the Best Workouts in America, and they also have the only app-based and coached water running workout system in the world. Using waterproof, bluetooth headphones, you get workouts, music, and a coach in your ears to keep you entertained and focused on your fitness. Coach Claire Bartholic talks with Jennifer about her personal journey, the science behind deep water running, and how it can not only help injured runners, but healthy runners as well. If you are looking for a way to break out of a plateau, but just can't handle more pounding on the roads, this could be the solution for you. CONNECT, COMMENT, & COMMUNITY: Leave a review on Apple Podcasts! A great FREE way to support the show! Email Coach Claire Follow Claire on Instagram Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram Join the Elite Treatment where you get first dibs on everything RTTT each month! Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT! This week's show is brought to you by LMNT. Head over to DrinkLMNT.com/RUNNERSCONNECT for your salty samples.
We're cleaning up our act this week. Well, sort of. Just a quick drenching in the BATH or SHOWER, a quick "How's Your Father" on our bits and pieces, and a hit of Hai Karate Cologne and this weeks episode is the sweetest. smelling thing that has ambushed your nasal cavity in the last six months. Who's luckier than you?
Rushion McDonald talks to Ryan Morgan; despite being incarcerated for a bank robbery at 19 years old, he used his education and athleticism to become Founder and CEO of Aqua Equity Water.https://www.moneymakingconversations.comhttps://www.youtube.com/MoneyMakingConversationshttps://www.facebook.com/MoneyMakingConversations/https://twitter.com/moneymakingconvhttps://www.instagram.com/moneymakingconversations/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On this episode we sit down with Co-Founder & President of Aqua-Tots Swim School, Paul Preston and chat all things marketing, operations, the franchise opportunity, and more. Join our VIP text club: https://inboundtxt.com/t/8xJ7Bd0 - Send guest / topic recommendations. - Connect with us - Become a franchisee. We can connect you with a brand you are interested in OR an expert broker to find the right brand for you. - Join now for a chance to win $250 (visa gift card giveaway) Get registered for Springboard Or Young Conference: www.franchisors.com
There's so many great new and vintage tunes on this week's Catching A Wave!! Hear Darrel Higham, The Cherry Drops, The B. Christopher Band, Greg Townson, The Tangees, King Ghidora, Surfer Joe, Al Dual, Televisionaries, The Super Stocks, Captain Rico & The Ghost Band, Guitar Up and a trio of "Aqua" bands: Aqualads, The Aqua Velvets and The Aqua Barons. Beth Riley has another great tune from The Beach Boys in her Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break, we hear a snippet of an interview with Joel Selvin in our Green Room segment and we drop a coin in the Jammin' James Jukebox to hear our selection of the week! Intro music bed: "Catch A Wave"- The Beach Boys Greg Townson- "The Locomotion" The B. Christopher Band- "Orange Whip" Darrel Higham- "Summertime Blues" Al Dual- "Riders In The Sky" Televisionaries- "Cuckoo Clock" "Aqua" theme bands: The Aqua Barons- "Gulag Party" The Aqua Velvets- "Surfmania" Aqualads- "Night Tide" Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break- The Beach Boys- "Angel Come Home" Follow "Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break" HERE Surfer Joe- "Batman" Guitar Up- "Pure Imagination" Captain Rico & The Ghost Band- "Epic Wave" The Cherry Drops- "The Grooviest Girl In The World" The Green Room segment: Joel Selvin on the Jan & Dean and The Beach Boys relationship Jan & Dean- "Surfin' Safari" Jammin' James Jukebox selection of the week: Dick Dale- "Breaking Heart" The Tangees- "Doo Wop Dandelion" King Ghidora- "Intrepid Vimana" The Super Stocks- "My First Love" Outro Music Bed: Eddie Angel- "Mustang"
Rushion McDonald talks to Ryan Morgan; despite being incarcerated for a bank robbery at 19 years old, he used his education and athleticism to become Founder and CEO of Aqua Equity Water.https://www.moneymakingconversations.comhttps://www.youtube.com/MoneyMakingConversationshttps://www.facebook.com/MoneyMakingConversations/https://twitter.com/moneymakingconvhttps://www.instagram.com/moneymakingconversations/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The tea is back and hotter than ever!! We go back in time further than we ever have this week to discuss the deadliest killers of all time. And SHE is a WOMAN! We talk about Guilia Tofana and the business empire she built around mariticide (mariti- meaning husband, -cide meaning to kill.) Give the episode a listen. Explore the complexity that leads to her killing spree and decide for yourself: was Guilia a killer? A savior? Both? Intro/Outtro: Jonathan Hardin --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spookytimetea/support
Hello everyone, This week I have a hamster community member, Kim from @aquamariewhangandgang. This was a super fun conversation, we talk about their hamster care journey from getting Aqua to how she and her husband came up with the coolest hamster enclosure!! Listen to this week's episode for fun and laughs!! Write-in collaborations will continue next week!! Accounts @aquamariewhangandgang mentioned @plueschraupe and @hamstersolutions Merch for The Happy Hamster Corner is ready for purchase!! Send me a message @Petra_the_hamster on Instagram if you would like a mug or water bottle!! Thank you so much Hamster Community, you are the best! I appreciate you all and enjoy hearing from you, meeting you, as well as hearing feedback from you! Send me a message on Instagram if you would like to be featured or come on the podcast with me! I truly love you all in the Hamster Community and am extremely grateful for every single one of you! Have a wonderful week, and I will see you all again next Friday for another episode!! For more info on how to be featured, adorable hamster content, and podcast updates follow @Petra_the_hamster on Instagram! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/holly-hernandez9/support
Clay DRAMA CONTINUES! Could've gone back to DALLAS?! We pick the 5 WORST roster moves of the year! We talk players like Aqua and Skrapz future in the CDL, Pred in talks with CDL teams? Then we talk the Activision lawsuit, Crim vs Huke video, and more! A PACKED episode of the podcast ◾ Intro - 00:00 ◾ News of the Week - 5:15 || Activision Lawsuit!? OH man. // Stage 5 Viewership // Mutineers sign Yeez & Willet Officially...what is Yeez's future in the CDL? // Aqua, Skrapz futures in the CDL? Retire? Warzone? Challengers? // Pred could be signing with a CDL team next year // MiRx bank account ◾News of the Week (Pt 2) - 27:55 || Clayster Could've been TRADED to EMPIRE?! WHAT?! Asim WEIGHS in on the DRAMA // Owakening vs Slacked vs Mutineers ◾5 WORST Roster Moves of the CDL YEAR! - 41:13 || ◾ FULL BRACKET PREDICTIONS for CDL Stage 5 Major! - 58:55 || Match by Match Predictions of the whole weekend! ◾ Will Clay Actually Retire?! - Intelligent or Irrelevant - 01:47:13 The Best of 3 CoD Esports Podcasts covers and its hosts Josh "SalvationsElite," Rex "ShadyNero," and Sam "Bash" cover all things Call of Duty Esports in regards to the Call of Duty League, CoD Cold War, CoD League news, updates, predictions, breakdowns, summaries, game patches, meta, gameplay, gamebattles, competitive gaming, the news of the official CoD League with all the pro teams like the Dallas Empire, Seattle Surge, OpTic Chicago, Atlanta FaZe, LA Thieves, Minnesota Rokkr, NY Subliners, London Royal Ravens, Florida Mutineers, the LA Guerillas, Toronto Ultra and the Paris Legion! We do predictions and breaking news, updates, roster changes rostermania, free agency, trades, with players like Scump, Crimsix, Simp, Huke, Dashy, Skrapz, Octane, Abezy, Gunless, Arcitys, FormaL, ILLeY, Shotzzy, Prestinni, Clayster, Cellium, Priestahh, Attach, Temp, and others! We are the Best of 3 Call of Duty Esports Podcast! -CONNECT- YOUTUBE Watch on YouTube HERE (https://www.youtube.com/salvationselite) TWITTER Follow Josh “SalvationsElite” - https://twitter.com/SalvationsElite Follow Rex “ShadyNero” - https://twitter.com/ShadyNero Follow Sam “Bash_Bo3” - https://twitter.com/Bash_BO3 PODCAST The Best of 3 CoD Esports Podcast is available on YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Podcasts and will be coming to more apps soon! Links here: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-best-of-3-cod-esports-podcast/id1490028421 SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/show/7jgzkfT6uc7wyU2L4UCh0B?si=Z6XhfUCcQ2exwOgyjfJFDA ---------------- SALVATIONSELITE SOCIALS The DISCORD CoD Community Server! Join for community tourneys, live streams, finding teammates and more! https://discord.gg/wJh6BCC TWITTER -- https://twitter.com/salvationselite INSTAGRAM -- https://www.instagram.com/josh.roeloffs/ TWITCH -- https://www.twitch.tv/salvationselite DISCORD -- https://discord.gg/wJh6BCC #TheBestOf3Podcast #CoDEsports #CallofDutyLeague #podcast #CallofDuty #Esports #CoDPodcast #EsportsPodcast #CallofDutyEsports #CompetitiveCoD
Rushion McDonald talks to Todd Dulaney; a former minor baseball player turned GRAMMY-nominated, Stellar Award-winning gospel Artist, Songwriter, Producer, and Worship Leader. Rushion McDonald talks to Christina Milian, recently seen in two popular film projects on Netflix, the hit romantic comedy movie “Falling Inn Love” and the musical drama series “Soundtrack.” In the new movie “Resort To Love,” Christina Milian plays an aspiring singer, Erica, on a journey to find herself in paradise. Rushion McDonald talks to Tyra Myricks, Jam Master Jay's daughter who didn't let her youth stop her dreams, Director of Design, Merchandising & Development at OVO (a lifestyle brand selling high-end streetwear), and Entrepreneur. Rushion McDonald talks to Ryan Morgan; despite being incarcerated for a bank robbery at 19 years old, he used his education and athleticism to become Founder and CEO of Aqua Equity Water.https://www.moneymakingconversations.comhttps://www.youtube.com/MoneyMakingConversationshttps://www.facebook.com/MoneyMakingConversations/https://twitter.com/moneymakingconvhttps://www.instagram.com/moneymakingconversations/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In Episode 24, we're talking all things Twirl and sharing what's new, what's changed and also what it means for the original Twirl program. We've listened to your feedback over the past 4-5 years and this update reflects many of those requests.Twirl is our preschool program that we like to describe as a dance party in your classes once per month. It fits into your existing curriculum and serves as a supplement with creative, outside the box activities for your tiniest dancers. It includes adorable characters that your dancers can relate to, catchy rhymes and a really fun activity book for each dancer. Updated Features:New boy character Diego! Every Twirl activity will now include optional variations for boys, along with an image of Diego that your dancers can relate to. Twirl is now 3 levels - Pink, Lilac & YellowStreamlined activities across all 3 levels to follow the same theme on same lesson, making it easier for studios using all 3 levels when planning and decorating for Twirl week. We removed the Find-it-Fun page added a space on each activity page for the dancers to receive a special sticker once they've accomplished that activity. We will provide you, the teacher, with sheets of stickers that coordinate with each of the activities and each Twirl week, you'll give each dancer a sticker of achievement for their book. Our most requested update is that we will include 3 images for you to use to promote Twirl at your studio, as well as 3 social posts including the image and text. We're including more ideas for studio decor based on each of the themes that can really help set the tone as soon as the kids walk in the room. And, we are planning on adding an optional step and repeat banner for TWIRL studios that you can use in your studio for Twirl weeks or all the time even! Lastly, we've added lots of new song suggestions for each of the activities and themes. We are so excited about these new features! This Fun + Fresh update will launch this weekend on our website and the new packs will be ready to ship in September.So, what does that mean for the original Twirl packs? We have placed all remaining stock on sale while supplies last. A few suggestions for using these booksShort 8-10 week sessions in the spring after you have closed out classes for the season. Summer dance camps! You can easily get through all the lessons in a 3-5 day camp and the kids will have a fun book/souvenir to take home with them. Buy one set to have at the studio, we use the lessons all the time during summer dance camps, dance and play parties and even just in class. Twirl Lilac is sold out and Pink and Yellow are not far behind. There's a pretty good supply of Aqua, so if this is something you're interested in, this is the best time to get them. Once they are gone, we will not do another reprint.If you'll be at Dance Teacher Web in Vegas, stop by our booth to say hi! Subscribe & ShareYou are officially invited to subscribe to our podcast, and we would love you to leave us a 5 star rating and review! We'll share one review each week and send that person a special Confetti prize! We'd also love for you to share our podcast on social media! Tag us and we'll repost! Join our (FREE) Confetti CircleRequest to join our private (and FREE) Facebook GroupFollow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest
- Toyota Won't Run Olympic Ads in Japan - Rivian Delays Start of Production - Tight Inventory Helps Dealers Post Big Profits - Automakers Moving Away from Rare Earth Metals Used in EVs - Largest Rare Earth Mine Located in U.S. - Xpeng Slashes P5 Pricing in China - Tesla Launches Full-Self Driving Subscription Service - Toyota Unveils All-New Aqua Hybrid - BMW Reveals Wild New Electric Scooter
- Toyota Won't Run Olympic Ads in Japan- Rivian Delays Start of Production- Tight Inventory Helps Dealers Post Big Profits- Automakers Moving Away from Rare Earth Metals Used in EVs- Largest Rare Earth Mine Located in U.S.- Xpeng Slashes P5 Pricing in China- Tesla Launches Full-Self Driving Subscription Service- Toyota Unveils All-New Aqua Hybrid- BMW Reveals Wild New Electric Scooter
The London-based women's wear designer, Mary Katrantzou, discusses her recent collaboration with the Italian luxury brand Bulgari. She explains how her work with Bulgari began by pairing Bulgari high jewelry with her Spring/Summer 2020 collection which she presented in October 2019 at the Temple of Poseidon. Mary references this grand scale fashion presentation throughout the conversation. Staging it amidst the awe-inspiring backdrop of the ancient Athens landmark, she celebrated the heritage, history and culture of her homeland, Greece, and also the 30th anniversary of the Association of Friends of Children with Cancer. Mary explains venturing to Bulgari's legendary archive in Rome before setting to work on three handbags for a capsule line known as “Serpenti Through The Eyes of Mary Katrantzou.” Mary recalls designing a bottle and the formula for her first perfume with Bulgari. Entitled Bulgari Omnia by Mary Katrantzou, she delves into working on the scent with Alberto Marias. This award-winning Spanish master perfumer has created iconic perfumes like Le Must de Cartier, Giorgio Armani's Aqua di Gio, as well as Calvin Klein's groundbreaking gender fluid perfume CK One. Mary shares the challenges and rewards of working on this game-changing collaboration during lockdown. She also looks back on her upbringing in Athens, her education at the Rhode Island School of Design and London's Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. She considers the all-important relationship which she forged with American Vogue's renowned fashion critic, Sarah Mower.
Discover how Richard DeYoung (CEO of Aqua Systems of Houston) realized the American Dream can also be the American Nightmare, and which 2 questions he requires his team members to ask in order to maintain their ongoing success (10 minutes). CEO BLINDSPOTS PODCAST GUEST: Richard DeYoung, CEO of Aqua Systems of Houston. Richard started his entrepreneur journey at the age of 18. He experienced many failures and successes in a variety of business sectors, prior to starting Aqua Systems of Houston and developing a team that has set the benchmark in his industry. For more information about Richard DeYoung and Aqua Systems of Houston, call 281-469-9227 and/or visit; Aqua Systems of Houston CEO BLINDSPOTS HOST: Birgit Kamps. She was speaking five languages by the age of 10, and lived in five countries with her Dutch parents prior to becoming an American citizen. Birgit's professional experience includes starting and selling an “Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Private Company” and a “Best Company to Work for in Texas”, and serving as a Board Member with various companies. In addition, Birgit is the President of Hire Universe LLC, and the host of the CEO Blindspots podcast which was recognized in 2020 by Spotify for having the “biggest listener growth” in the USA (by 733%), and having listeners in 11 countries; https://ceoblindspots.com/
In Episode 151 of the Trampled Underfoot Podcast: What was the men's cologne or aftershave that defined your generation? Eloy Escagedo and Mark Lindsay have very similar as well as very different answers to that question. And no – Axe Body Spray was not one of them.Naturally, that discussion evolves into another discussion about the clothing of our childhood – with a slight twist. Did your aunts, uncles, or grandparents ever get you a gift that didn't involve socks or underwear? Is that still the case today? This episode is another nostalgic trip down memory lane, featuring Michael Jackson jackets, bib overalls, Violet Water, and Aqua Velva, so grab your favorite beverage, sit back, relax, and enjoy!We record LIVE every Tuesday evening at 9:30 pm Eastern, 6:30 pm Pacific time. Subscribe to our YouTube channel, click that notification bell, then come join us! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPYO...Follow us on Facebook, and leave us a comment or suggest a topic! https://www.facebook.com/pg/TrampledU...We have a website and there is a Contact Us section there. If you have show ideas or think we got something wrong, send us a message.Contact Us - https://trampledunderfootpodcast.com/...TrampledUnderfootPodcast.com is sponsored by Harneal Media - Web design and hosting for Makers and the Maker Community. For more information, visit their website at: https://harnealmedia.com/Show Info:"Two guys from different decades, backgrounds, and opposite sides of the continent discuss life, the universe, and everything. What's the show about? About an hour…"
In this special episode of Gotham Outsiders: A Batman Bookclub, we celebrate DC Pride #1 with creators from the issue: Steve Orlando, Luciano Vecchio, Ariana Maher, and Enrica Eren Angiolini. Steve: @thesteveorlando (Twitter), @the.steve.orlando (Insta) Luciano: @LucianoVecchio (Twitter), @lucianovecchioart (Insta) Ariana: @CommentAiry Eren: @ErenAngiolini Chris: @themythofpsyche TJ: @troyfin2 Gotham Outsiders: @GothamOutsiders Music and edited by: Nick Oyler Logo: Aliza Layne
01 - 00:00:00 - Nymfo, Maduk - Farore 02 - 00:02:18 - Singing Fats, Unglued - Sardinian Sunrise feat. Singing Fats 03 - 00:03:38 - Bert H, Hiraeth - I'm Holdin Ft. Sydney 04 - 00:07:10 - Seba, Aperio - Metropolis (Seba Remix) 05 - 00:09:05 - L-Side - Untouchable 06 - 00:12:27 - Smote featuring Bazil - I Can Show You 07 - 00:14:28 - Tweakz - Well Yeah 08 - 00:15:02 - Jubei - Slipstream 09 - 00:16:31 - Trex - Scene 10 - 00:18:52 - Disrupta - Changes ft. DRS 11 - 00:21:17 - North Base, TREi, Dima Pulsar - RAW ft. Dynamite MC (Extended Mix) 12 - 00:23:47 - Gydra - Alpha 13 - 00:25:35 - Jonny L, Friction - Friction Vs Jonny L Back To Your Roots 2021 14 - 00:27:25 - Dose - Genome 15 - 00:28:57 - Dopplershift - Levitate (Stokka Remix) 16 - 00:31:38 - Break, K Motionz, Duskee - Hack It (Break Remix) 17 - 00:32:47 - tunnl vision - Speedhack 18 - 00:36:00 - Sub Focus - Timewarp (Dimension Remix) 19 - 00:37:34 - Monty, Alix Perez - Untitled Malware 20 - 00:40:34 - Gydra - Chump 21 - 00:42:40 - DOT., cømpiler - Instance (Quadrant & iris Remix) 22 - 00:43:50 - Enei & Riya - No Fear (Spectrasoul Remix) 23 - 00:46:38 - Peeb, Abstract Drumz - Bloom 24 - 00:48:28 - NC-17 - Razor's Edge 25 - 00:51:48 - Invert Era & Manual - Back 2 26 - 00:54:57 - Whiney & Inja - Game Face (Stay Alert) 27 - 00:55:39 - Dossa & Locuzzed - Tommy 28 - 00:57:28 - Workforce - Back Up 29 - 01:00:27 - Acuna - Hope 30 - 01:03:03 - Hyroglifics - Day By Day 31 - 01:06:29 - Optiv, Fragz, CZA - Bump Ahead 32 - 01:08:25 - Break & DLR - City Slickers (Skeptical Remix) 33 - 01:09:39 - Disrupta - Wireless 34 - 01:12:26 - Minor Forms - Specialist 35 - 01:13:50 - Stranjah - Freq U 36 - 01:16:47 - Lovely - Big Bloodclart Sound 37 - 01:18:48 - S.P.Y - Bad Monday 38 - 01:21:17 - Q-Project - Computer Love (Kessler Remix) 39 - 01:23:40 - Souljah - Fade 2 Black 40 - 01:26:29 - Bcee, Charlotte Haining - Remind Me (S.P.Y Remix) 41 - 01:31:05 - Posij - Dive 42 - 01:32:02 - Total Science - Fallen Angel (L-Side Remix) 43 - 01:35:30 - Optiv - Waterboard 44 - 01:37:24 - Dopplershift and Stokka - A Whole Lot 45 - 01:39:56 - Tesen - Us 46 - 01:41:05 - IHR, Gydra - Wipe 47 - 01:42:37 - Smooth, Disaszt - Triumphant 48 - 01:45:14 - GREEN VIBES - Outbreak 49 - 01:48:35 - Qua Rush, Invadhertz - Damn (Fre4knc Remix) 50 - 01:50:08 - Emperor - Rangefinder 51 - 01:51:09 - Lynx, Spikey T, Danger D - Phukalupe (feat. Danger D & Spikey T)
Nestlemania and a Special guest host discuss... Johnny Drip Drip giving us all the Aqua puns! McIntrye finally makes fun of his history lessons. Is Edge overdoing it? How Reigns' lack of presence affected Smackdown. Will Corbin become a huge babyface for the WWE? Zelina Vega is back. Does that mean Aleister isn't far behind? All this and much more this week on the Jobber Knocker! Follow us on Twitter! @JobberKnocker @Nestlemania @JCoftheJK @TJoftheJK @RayRayoftheJK @BillyD2411 @JoePollock47 @DommyFeds33 @Danyfab @SSJPegasus Follow us on Facebook & Instagram @JobberKnocker! Visit Jobberknocker.com for some great wrestling articles! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jobberknocker/message
Din ugentlige kulturelle anbefalingsbuffet. Værter på Poptillægget Lucia Odoom og Eva Eistrup anbefaler løs af alt, hvad de læser, ser og lytter til og samler både gæster og lytternes bedste anbefalinger af tv, film, musik, podcast og tidstypisk internetstøj i en stor fråderen bunke.Lucia anbefaler euforisk halbal-dancenostalgi.DR programmerne ‘Vild med dance' kaster et nørdet musikhistorisk tilbageblik på den udskældte danceepoke i 90'erne. Tænk Bufallosko, refleksbukser og spidst farvet hår og mærk alle røgmaskinefølelserne når Lina, Paw, Remee, Kenneth bager mfl. fortæller om dengang dancefeberen sendte danske hits op på de internationale hitlister med Cut ‘n' Move, Me & My, Aqua, Dr. Baker, Infernal og mange flere.https://www.dr.dk/drtv/serie/vild-med-dance-_-lyden-af-90erne_258820Eva anbefaler perfide mødre.DR's kulturdarling Adrian Hughes er ude med en gribende podcastserie om hvordan hans mor efterlod et svirp af et bittert afskedsbrev til ham og hans 4 brødre før sin død. I detaljer udpenslede hun hvor skuffet hun var over dem, bortset fra Adrian. Lyt til de seks gribende afsnit, der gransker familiehemmeligheder og nedarvet bitterhed. Selveste Ghita Nørby lægger stemme til Adrians mors breve og erindringer.https://www.dr.dk/radio/p1/mors-afskedsbrevLucia anbefaler queer mumimor-filmen ‘Tove'.Tag i biffen når det regner og se den biografiske film om hele verdens ‘mumimor' forfatter og billedkunstner Tove Jansson (1914-2002). Filmen handler om hendes unge år da hun endnu er en ung billedkunstner i efterkrigstidens Helsinki, der hun kæmper for at bryde fri af sin berømte skulptørfaders skygge og skabe sin egen kunst. Men mest af alt handler filmen om hendes stormfulde forhold til den kvindelige teaterinstruktør Vivica Bandler, der, på trods af Janssons egen tvivl, tror på at mumitroldene er noget helt unik.Filmen er aktuel i biograferne over sommeren.
Assaf Morag and Ehud Amiri from Aqua Security join me on the Tech Talks Daily Podcast to discuss finding from Aqua's 2021 Security Report, which assesses cloud infrastructure risks. During 12 months, Aqua Security conducted an in-depth analysis of Aqua Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) usage data and found that 40% of users had at least one misconfigured Docker API. But, overall, 84% of users were able to detect and remediate misconfiguration issues using CSPM, which would otherwise have gone unnoticed without manual involvement. Although cloud-native applications have many benefits, such as allowing more agility by giving more people access to define the environment, it means that many organizations are moving away from a centralized approach to security. Where once there was only a small, highly skilled team of security practitioners making all configuration changes, we now have a modern, decentralized approach. Indeed, a recent IDC survey showed that almost 80% of respondents had at least one cloud security breach over the preceding 18 months. We talk about Aqua's 2021 Security Report findings, explore the complexity of cloud environments, and discuss some solutions to help mitigate these risks.
In this episode I talk with @ananationfitness: She is a fitness model and a coach @redbikestudios Aqua @_elementaqua_ @hydrorider. We talk about her training, aquafitness,pilates,cycling and more. Follow me for more on Instagram:https://instagram.com/taekwondoartist?utm_medium=copy_link Follow Ana on Instagram:https://instagram.com/ananationfitness?utm_medium=copy_link check this page out: https://www.redbikestudios.com/reserve
I'm back. Damn. That took a second. There was an actual time that I didn't think me and my family were going to make it home. (You can listen to that entire story on tonight's ACT if you so care.) Here's all the plug stuff and look for the meat at the bottom. :) You can find us on Twitch HERE: www.twitch.tv/tomanddanlive You can find us on YouTube HERE: https://www.youtube.com/user/AMediocreTime Other podcasts aggregates or scrapers: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan/id308614478 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan-podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan-show TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Comedy/A-Mediocre-Time-with-Tom-and-Dan-Podcast-p393884/ iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1248-a-mediocre-time-with-tom-30696640/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0IMs3hgNDuD6qI8ldHMWvH … On this week's show: * Andrea yelled at a lady in the airport * National Flip Flop Day * Baha I'm horny * Cake and eggs * Uncle Carl boat story * Sandwich bag of frozen butts * Arnold Palmer hand/foot job * Champagne Jesus Willy Nelson * Tokyo Olympics * Prison Olympics * The Dee Gees * World's biggest kidneys * Nuclear fusion * Brooksville water tower * Prank wars going strong * Giving up is awesome * Aqua cycle trike up St. Johns with Tuddle ### Have a fantastic weekend! To all of our Dads, we hope that you have a fantastic 2nd place day. And on that note, we'll see you next week! - d
In this episode I talk with Chief Strategy Officer Samson Mow about Blockstream's Cypherpunk origins and their far stretching engagement in the Bitcoin space - from their Green and Aqua wallet, to their mining business, the Liquid sidechain and the Blockstream satellites, which enable receiving Bitcoin without the Internet. Samson Mow's Bitcoin story Why Bitcoin is important Blockstream's Cypherpunk background What is Liquid? Lightning Network and c-lightning Blockstream Green vs. Aqua wallet Bitcoin works without the internet - satellites Blockstream's mining operations - future of miningShownotes on the episode page
"We" made a mistake with the Kanto gym order and so this week, we're covering the journey over from Johto on the fast ship S.S. Aqua—where Stanner & Will N. Testament search for an errant girl and lazy sailors. Once back on dry land in Vermilion City, they survey the beautiful harbor but quickly discover that otherwise, the town hasn't changed much in three years. The Machop are still stomping around the empty lot, not building anything, and the Pokémon Fan Club Chairman is still lusting after his Rapidash. After raiding Lt. Surge's trash and short-circuiting his team, they head north to take on Sabrina in Saffron... and then take a misguided respite on the Cerulean Cape where they both bond over a shared trauma from an unexpected source.
On today's Flats Class Blacklist Podcast, Captain C.A. Richardson is talking to Josh aka NO.56 Mr.Aqua Traction. Today they'll be talking about the massive Snook he caught earlier that day, hunting for elk in the northern states, and about the Aqua Traction Brand as a whole and what makes them different from other marine flooring companies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices