Hello and welcome to episode 262 of HCS Pro Talk! This week, we discuss Argyle and all the potential BS that it may bring to the competitive landscape. Thank you for listening and as always, links to everything that is talked about in the episode is below for your viewing pleasure. Timestamps 0:00:00 - Intro 0:02:00 - Competitive Halo News 0:49:53 - Upcoming Tournaments of the Week 0:52:13 - Rostermania 0:53:14 - Tournament & League Recaps 0:55:11 - Halo News 0:57:23 - CoD and Other Games Watch 1:02:21 - Will's Adventures 1:06:27 - Shoutouts/Community Creations/Ending Shownotes https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V3codXu9csDAKfZWR9gv0FvvJLOkUJK4pQX--BJ_KUU/edit?usp=sharing
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This week we're learning all about the culture of cheese, and literal cheese cultures, with Carlos Yescas and Lee Hennessy. They join Jonathan to discuss how cheese is made, the politics and economics of the global cheese industry, and why we should enjoy Swiss cheese while we have it. It's the episode equivalent of a gorgeous charcuterie board! Carlos Yescas is a cheese scholar, advocate, distributor, and researcher. He documents cheese traditions and stories and is currently researching raw-milk use in cheesemaking around the world. Lee Hennessy is the founder, farmer, and cheesemaker of Moxie Ridge Farm. Lee is a first-generation farmer and a transgender man with a surprising background in both wine and Hollywood. He lives and works in Argyle, NY and in his spare time he enjoys spending time with his goats, reading long fantasy series, learning to play instruments and singing. Want to stop doomscrolling? Take Carlos' advice and learn more about cheese! He's on TikTok @cheeseyescas and Instagram @CarlosYescas. Lee is on Instagram @hennessie. Moxie Ridge Farm is on Instagram @moxieridgefarm, and at moxieridgefarm.com. Sign up for their newsletter for information about seasonal cheese shipping, and Lee's cheesemaking class through Small Farm School. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @CuriousWithJVN to join the conversation. Jonathan is on Instagram and Twitter @JVN and @Jonathan.Vanness on Facebook. Transcripts for each episode are available at JonathanVanNess.com. Our executive producer is Erica Getto. Our associate producer is Zahra Crim. Our editor is Andrew Carson. Our theme music is “Freak” by QUIÑ; for more, head to TheQuinCat.com.
Ben and Jake are here this week to look over the duality of football with the Chippenham and Bristol City games, look ahead to Plymouth, and discuss the Stacey West redevelopment plans now they've been finalised! We also talk about the Carabao Cup draw against Southampton. As always, subscribe, tell a friend, and Up the Imps!
:00 - Intro 1:30 - Highlight recap of Argyle Football's 50-24 victory over Creekview 4:00 - Player Spotlight with Argyle senior offensive lineman, Randy Good and Noah Weeks 15:15 - Scouting Report with Wyatt head coach, Zachary Criss 23:00 - Weekly Flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 31:30 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 37:15 - Outro
Which of your parents would you save from a fire? Hurry up, because there's a right answer and I wanna get around to making you feel guilty for letting the other one die already! Also I've rigged this podcast to explode if you stop listening, so you better not even think about hitting that skip button!! With special guest Pat! Watching: Episodes 169-171 of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Argyle | Audrey | Dan Edited by Argyle! Twitter | Discord | YouTube Support the show on Patreon! A Noise Space Podcast
In this episode of The PODdoctors podcast, Dr. Damien Dauphinee, a board-certified foot and ankle surgeon, and Dr. Raafae Hussain, fellowship trained foot and ankle surgeon, talk about the common chronic wounds or ulcers they see every day, particularly diabetic foot ulcers, and how to treat them.“Probably the most common that we'll see is your neuropathic, aka your diabetic, foot ulcer. This is when you have uncontrolled diabetes, you have that neuropathy, you have that poor healing potential, and they end up walking until they get a sore, typically on the bottom of their foot, on a high-pressure spot. These are things we're able to take care of if we stay ahead of it.” - Dr. Raafae Hussain [04:51]“It's probably more important to get rid of the dead tissue, the broken-down collagen in the wound bed, than it is to use a silver dressing to prevent infection.” - Dr. Damien Dauphinee [18:23]“Every day a wound is open, especially in diabetic patients, is another chance for that to get infected. So, we really need to use whatever advanced therapy that we can get ahold of to get that wound closed rapidly because the expenses in these wounds are not in the stuff we're using to treat them. The expensive stuff is the amputation, the six weeks of antibiotics, the 3-4 trips to the hospital.” - Dr. Damien Dauphinee [22:40]Top Takeaways:4 major types of chronic wounds Methods of treating and dressing diabetic foot ulcersSantyl vs. Silver dressings: Which is better?How to offload diabetic foot ulcers to facilitate healingCan you reverse neuropathy in diabetic patients?Treating vascular and venous issues in patients with foot ulcersKey methods and biologics used in treating chronic woundsWhat You Will Learn:[00:39] Intro[02:07] Common wounds we see on a daily basis & Their causes[07:56] Diagnosing and treating ulcers on the feet[15:19] Dressing foot ulcers after the first treatment[23:33] Offloading diabetic foot ulcers[26:47] Important data & statistics on diabetic foot ulcers[28:46] Why podiatrists work with vascular specialists[36:04] Using hyperbaric oxygen therapy and NPWT to heal wounds[46:33] Biologics used for treating wounds[52:19] Important takeaways on chronic wounds in diabetic patients[57:23] Breaking down a few of Dr. Dauphinee's past chronic wound casesResources:Visit our website: https://thepoddoctors.comBook Mentioned: Saving Limbs, Saving Lives: Advanced Treatments for Preventing Amputations in Diabetic Populations by Dr. Damien DauphineeLearn more about the Wise Healing Center in Argyle, TX: https://www.wisehealthsystem.com/location/wise-healing-center-argyle
:00 - Intro 1:15 - Highlight recap of Argyle football's 38-0 win over Denton 4:00 - Player Spotlight with Argyle seniors, Hunter Sandifer and Landon Farris 19:45 - Weekly Flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 29:45 - Recap of Argyle Volleyball's round one win over Midlothian 32:00 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 35:30 - Outro
Dallas Fan Festival brought natedigad all of the nostalgia! Not only did it bring back nostalgia, it also made him forget to talk about some cool stuff he saw there. Go figure. So that will be on the next episode along with other things he forgot! What 5 songs would save you from Vecna? Well, he didn't get to ask Argyle from Stranger Things, but he asked people on twitter and facebook! Also, who won the Jackie Dallas signed 8x10?!
This interview is with Sam Poehlman of Jackson Family Wines Oregon. Sam talks about growing up in the Midwest and learning about food science and dairy, then being introduced to wine. Her summer internship at Argyle turned into a full-time job, and launched her into the Oregon wine industry. She talks about the places she's worked and her mentors along the way, particularly Tony Rynders. And she talks about going to work for Jackson Family Wines and where she sees the industry going in the future. This interview was conducted by Rich Schmidt at Jackson Family Wines in McMinnville on May 11, 2022.
:00 - Intro 1:30 - Highlight Recap of Argyle football's 35-10 win over Independence 6:30 - Player Spotlight with Argyle seniors, Jaaqwan and Jaamael Felton 19:00 - Scouting Report with Denton head coach, Billy Miller 29:45 - Weekly Flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 38:00 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 46:00 - Outro
:00 - Intro 1:30 - Highlight recap of Argyle football's 24-10 win over Emerson 4:15 - Player spotlight with Argyle defensive lineman, Riley Van Poppel 16:30 - Scouting report with Frisco Independence head coach, Nick Stokes 22:45 - Weekly flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 30:30 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 33:30 - Outro
EFL Weekend Breakdown - Burnley go top, Argyle march on, Doncaster sack Gary McSheffrey. Championship: 00:00 - 46:00 League One: 46:00- 1:08:00 League Two: 1:08:00 - end This podcast is sponsored by Betfair. Join the NTT20 Squad on Levellr! An EFL Community on Telegram with non-stop EFL chat and bonus video & audio content from George & Ali. Join with a 2-week free trial & then £4.99 per month: shop.levellr.com/products/ntt20_community
Who will win District 6-6A? The Xochitl Lineup previews Lewisville vs Plano & two undefeated teams meet in Emerson vs Argyle. An interview with DeSoto's DJ Bailey + more in this week's Cricket Wireless Warmup! 0:00-0:15 Welcome To The Warmup 0:16-1:40 The Lineup: Lewisville vs Plano 1:41-2:49 The Lineup: Frisco Emerson vs Argyle 2:50-5:03 Recruiting Trail with DJ Bailey 5:04- 6:07 The Hype: Midlothian Heritage vs Ennis 6:08-6:58 The Hype: Mesquite vs Royce City 6:59-8:20 The Buzz: Naaman Forest
:00 - Intro 1:30 - Highlights from Argyle football's 30-14 win over Lake Dallas 4:00 - Player Spotlight with Argyle quarterback, Jacob Robinson 14:15 - Weekly Flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 24:30 - Check in with Argyle volleyball with Coach Katelyn Johnson 27:30 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 34:30 - Outro
The Good Girls are joined by Drexton Clemons (HBO, Buzzfeed, NYC Is Dead). We discuss his Georgia upbringing, having parents in law enforcement, moving to New York, and the Times Square Olive Garden. And – you guessed it! – we end with a game: "Heaven Yelp Me." Special thanks to DJ Skip to my Luke for our fabulous intro! Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and we will mail you a GGGS sticker! Just screenshot the review, send us a DM and an address where you would like the sticker sent! Follow the Good Girls on Instagram @goodgirlsgonesad And Twitter @goodgrlsgonesad Follow Drex @thisguydrex Follow Becca @thebeccastephenson Follow Syd @syd.the.king
Following his RAF Regiment officer training Trevor Howie was posted to 34 Sqn at Raf Akrotiri in Cyprus, commanding C Flight. The RAF regiment was effectively the Royal Air Force's infantry, providing ground defence for air operations.34 Sqn had a dual role of providing defence at Akrotiri and in the event of war at RAF Wildenrath in Germany. Trevor vividly describes his time at Akrotiri, including terrorist threats and realistic anti-riot training exercises the enthusiasm of the Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders required a hospital ward to be kept available for casualties. In 1986 Trevor became involved in Nuclear Weapon Security training, where the training techniques he introduced were the subject of complaints. His service also includes stints at RAF Greenham Common where he describes providing support to the US nuclear-armed cruise missile deployment there. Don't miss next week's episode where Trevor is posted to RAF Gatow in West Berlin as the Station Regiment Officer, responsible for advising the Station Commander on how to defend the Station during times of war, tension or terrorist threat.Cold War history is disappearing; however, a simple monthly donation will keep this podcast on the air. You'll become part of our community and get a sought-after CWC coaster as a thank you and you'll bask in the warm glow of knowing you are helping to preserve Cold War history. Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/If a monthly contribution is not your cup of tea, We also welcome one-off donations via this link. https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/I am delighted to welcome Trevor Howie to our Cold War conversation…Episode notes here https://coldwarconversations.com/episode256/Follow us on Twitter here https://twitter.com/ColdWarPodFacebook here https://www.facebook.com/groups/coldwarpod/Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/coldwarconversations/Support the show
:00 - Intro 2:15 - Player Spotlight with Argyle defensive lineman, Michael Madrie 12:45 - Scouting Report with Lake Dallas head coach, Jason Young 20:30 - Weekly Flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 28:45 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 33:00 - Outro
Deidre is associate professor of sculpture at MSU and is on the board of Sculpture Walk Springfield. Deidre's website: It Is What It Was Sculpture Walk Sign up for "Visiting Artists, Designers and Scholars Series: Public Sculpture Symposium: Concept, Material and Placemaking"
Our second annual Match Play Golf Championship takes place this Monday, October 3rd. Hear TAPPS coaches Marshall Edwards of Trinity Christian Academy in Addison, Amy Ruengmateekhun of Ursuline Academy in Dallas, and Larry Frank of Liberty Christian School in Argyle talk about what it was like to be at the inaugural championship last year. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/prigida/moonshine License code: EBMOI0H7DCP8AIUB
:00 - Intro 1:30 - Highlights from Argyle Football's 51-13 win over Frisco Memorial 5:00 - Player Spotlight with Argyle offensive lineman, Jason Crowder 18:30 - Weekly Flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 28:45 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 34:00 - Outro
The following was produced by Tearsheet Studios. We worked with employment and income data platform Argyle to create a podcast about how alternative lending options such as earned wage access, early pay and paycheck-linked lending can solve some of the challenges for consumers who do not qualify for traditional credit today. More than 50% of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck and may have thin or no credit history. In today's podcast, we're speaking to Matt Gomes, Director of Strategy at Argyle. He breaks down how alternative options like paycheck-linked lending, earned wage access, early pay, and cash advance can offer different solutions.
:00 - Intro 1:45 - Highlights from Argyle football's 41-21 victory over Montgomery 5:15 - Player Spotlight with Argyle linebacker, Caden Yates 13:30 - Scouting Report with Frisco Memorial head coach, Derick Roberson 22:30 - Weekly Flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 29:45 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 36:00 - Outro
On today's nerdtastically newsworthy episode of #NerdORama, we're revisiting our fantastic conversation with Actor De'voreaux White, who joined the program to take on a journey through his life in and out of Hollywood from the ‘Blues Brothers' to ‘Die Hard'…
:00 - Intro 1:45 - Highlights from Argyle Football's 31-15 win over Grapevine 5:30 - Player Spotlight with Argyle senior running back, RJ Bunnell 14:15 - Scouting Report with Montgomery head coach, Grant Cooper 19:45 - Weekly Flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 28:45 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 35:15 - Outro
:00 - Intro 1:45 - Highlights from Argyle football's 56-49 victory over Lovejoy 5:45 - Player Spotlight with Argyle senior safety, Dax Horany 14:00 - Scouting Report with Grapevine head coach, Mike Alexander 23:45 - Weekly Flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 31:45 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 37:00 - Outro
:00 - Intro 2:00 - Highlights from Argyle football's 37-18 win over Melissa 5:00 - Player Spotlight with Argyle senior left tackle, Wes Tucker 16:30 - Scouting Report with Lovejoy head coach, Chris Ross 23:00 - Weekly Flyover with Argyle head coach, Todd Rodgers 29:45 - Argyle ISD Eagle Update 38:00 - Outro
When we first met Lee Hennessy, he introduced himself as “a farmer, doing farmer things, living the farmer life, who happens to be trans.” To round out our “Pride In Nature” series, we're learning all about Lee's life running Moxie Ridge Farm & Creamery, what it was like to come out after opening the farm, and what farming has taught him about sex and gender.A note to listeners: Lee's work as a livestock farmer involves creating and selling animal products, including things like cheese, wool, and meat. If this topic is challenging or uncomfortable, we encourage listeners to approach the episode if/when they're ready and to visit Moxie Ridge's values to understand Lee's approach to making animal products.Lee Hennessy is the founder, farmer, and cheesemaker of Moxie Ridge Farm. Lee is a first-generation farmer and a transgender man with a surprising background in both wine and Hollywood. He lives and works in Argyle, NY and in his spare time he enjoys spending time with his goats, reading long fantasy series, learning to play instruments and singing.You can follow Lee on Instagram @hennessie. Want to know what Moxie Ridge Farm is up to? Follow them on Instagram @moxieirdgefarm.If you'd like to help finance a security system for Moxie Ridge Farm, you can donate to their GoFundMe – this piece explains why trans-owned farms like Moxie Ridge need security. Consider supporting Moxie Ridge's Patreon, which will help support not only the maintenance and development of the farm, but also allow Lee to mentor future marginalized farmers.Join the conversation, and find out what former guests are up to, by following us on Instagram and Twitter @CuriousWithJVN.Jonathan is on Instagram and Twitter @JVN and @Jonathan.Vanness on Facebook.Transcripts for each episode are available at JonathanVanNess.com. Love listening to Getting Curious? You can also watch Getting Curious—on Netflix! Head to netflix.com/gettingcurious to dive in.Our executive producer is Erica Getto. Our associate producer is Zahra Crim. Our editor is Andrew Carson. Our socials are run and curated by Middle Seat Digital. Our theme music is “Freak” by QUIÑ; for more, head to TheQuinCat.com. Getting Curious merch is available on PodSwag.com.