Instead of re-airing the BWI Daily audio from yesterday, T-Frank and senior editor Nate Bauer do an audio exclusive discussion about the Purdue offense and what T-Frank has seen on film from Penn State's first opponent of the 2022 season. The conversation, hosted by Bauer, centers around quarterback Aidan O'Connel, who broke out in his fifth-year with the Boilermakers. T-Frank, Blue White Illustrated's film analyst, breaks down what he's seen, good and bad, from O'Connel and how he elevates the Purdue passing attack. Bauer and T-Frank discuss the strengths of the offense, playcaller Brian Brohm, and what they can do to threaten Penn State. Next, they discuss what the best plan of attack might be for the Nittany Lions under new defensive coordinator Manny Diaz. Finally, they wrap up with how T-Frank thinks the game will play out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"The focal point last week was the July jobs number and this week is the CPI. Unless the CPI number is way off, it will not help the Federal Reserve make decisions. Volatility is cheap and investors should participate in this type of insurance," says Scott Bauer. Bauer also weighs in on interest rates and the U.S. Dollar price.
Penn State football enters the second week of training camp for the 2022 season and insider Nate Bauer has an update on how things are going for the Nittany Lions. He and host Thomas Frank Carr discuss Penn State's top training camp battles, the linebacker depth chart, and players standing out in camp. To get full access to this insider information, join Blue White illustrated at bluewhiteillustrated.com. For many Penn State fans, the middle linebacker competition is the featured event for fall camp. First, Bauer has an update about which player, between Kobe King and Tyler Elsdon, has a lead at this point. Next, T-Frank and Bauer discuss what James Franklin's comments about freshman linebacker Keon Wylie mean for fellow freshman Abdul Carter. They wrap up their discussion about the position with how positive Penn State feels about the position. Next, they discuss Franklin's comments about cornerback Johnny Dixon. The lead man for the Lions said that Dixon was coming on strong and even pushing for starting reps. While that says one thing about Dixon, what does that say about the players ahead of him? Finally, T-Frank and Bauer discuss the nuances around Penn State's cornerback spot opposite Joey Porter Jr. Next, they tackle the offensive line. Bauer spoke to offensive line coach Phil Trautwein about the competition between Sal Wormley and transfer Hunter Nourzad. Bauer got a straight answer about who is the starter and which player is the backup from Trautwein when he discussed the situation. First, however, Bauer chats with T-Frank about the underlying competition and how that might change over time. Lastly, they round out the show by discussing players that are flashing positive plays during camp and which players are sticking out for their positive contributions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 181 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features our second straight new Washington Capitals goalie: coveted college free agent Clay Stevenson.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Stevenson walks us through the NHL recruiting process that followed his strong play at Dartmouth (including breakfast with some guy named Henrik Lundqvist in New York City!) and why he chose the Capitals despite no promises of playing time at higher levels. Stevenson also shares several great stories from and insights into his somewhat unique development path: from not having a goalie coach and not playing AAA hockey between the ages of 12-16, to the BCHL and a breakout .936 save percentage as a 20-year-old despite the death of his mom on that season, to not playing a single game as a college freshman because of Covid-19, to the one season of NCAA that led to plenty of interest from several NHL teams. He also walks us through his evolution on the ice, including a great description of changing his glove position.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer M5 Pro sticks, a second price point in the Mach line that's popular all the way up to pro.
Spencer Bauer and Ryan Tasler talk with Derek Wilkins Click for Straight Heat Stickers! Click for Bigfoot Bush Craft Fire Starters (Promo Code: spencerbauer) Topics discussed: Boat troubles; 515 fishing; 3" is enough; Whooper plopper baby; Bauer is a tool; Water therapy; Highschool fishing teams; The banjo minnow; Favorite reads; The lithium battery of flathead fisherman; Flaming cars; Saltwater gamefish; Florida winter getaway; Shad tanks; Reading the river; And Much More!! Connect with Spencer, Ryan, and River Certified River Certified on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook River Certified Merch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Anthony interviews Craig Bauer. Craig Bauer is an American Grammy Award winning mixing engineer and record producer. He has been nominated for two Album of the Year Grammy Awards for his work on Kanye West's multiplatinum album Late Registration and double platinum follow-up album, Graduation. He won a Grammy Award in 2008 for mixing The Clark Sisters' 2007 album, "Live: One Last Time"
To prepare Penn State football fans for the 2022 season, the BWI Daily edition pulls two-a-days to preview each positional group. Today, they conclude their look at the team by focusing the spotlight on the cornerbacks. Then, host Thomas Frank Carr and senior editor Nate Bauer break down the position and preview which players will make an impact for penn State this fall. They start with a look at the three starters. Veteran cornerbacks Joey Porter Jr and Daequan Hardy pair with sophomore Kalen King to form one of the most talented groups in recent memory for Penn State. They discuss the heights this group can achieve before T-Frank asks if we've seen enough from King to assure he'll take a second-year leap. He also wants to know if the group is good enough to carry the defense if they have to. With questions at other positions up front, the secondary may be on an island at times this fall. Next, Bauer and T-Frank discuss the depth players behind King and Porter on the perimeter of the defense. Johnny Dixon and Marquis Wilson provide veteran depth, which T-Frank is high on. Was Wilson's year away from cornerback, when he played receiver, detrimental to his development? Bauer and T-Frank debate that before moving on to the X-Factor for the group. Before wrapping up the show by looking at the freshmen on the roster, T-Frank and Nate give their stock up/stock down predictions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Update Unwetterfolgen Bahnverkehr/ Runder Tisch Energieversorgung/ Street Art Festival
Die Themen: Mehr Tempo beim Energiesparen ++ Längere Laufzeit Atomkraftwerke und die Diskussion geht weiter ++ ARD-Deutschlandtrend ++ Corona: Rückkehr der telefonischen Krankschreibung ++ BW: Long Covid - Lucha und Bauer in Heidelberg ++ Österreich: Der Fall der Ärztin Kellermayr beschäftigt das Land noch lange ++ Großbrand Berliner Grunewald
The Penn State football safety room might be the deepest on the team. But with the loss of second-round pick Jaquan Brisker, will Penn State's high-end play reach the same heights it did a year ago? BWI Two-A-Days are back to preview the Penn State safety position for 2022. Today, host Thomas Frank Carr and senior editor Nate Bauer break down the players, scheme, and position battles in the middle of the Penn State secondary. One of the first questions of the group is if they can gather as many turnovers as they did a year ago. Senior safety Ji'Ayir Brown led the nation with six interceptions a year ago. Bauer doesn't think that the former Lackawanna transfer will reach that goal but does have a strong feeling about the group. After T-Frank introduces the four players at the position, including Brown, Zakee Wheatley, Jaylen Reed, and Keaton Ellis, he asks Bauer why Ellis is overlooked in this group. Next, they discuss Ellis' role and position on the team before moving on to how Penn State can best use all four players. Next, the duo discusses the newcomers to the group. Freshmen Mehki Flowers and KJ Winston join Lackawanna transfer Tyrece Mills in the crowded secondary. Can one or more players find a role behind Jonathan Sutherland at the Striker? Bauer and T-Frank dip into the new position for the Nittany Lions. Lastly, they determine an X-Factor for the group and give a stock up or stock down rating for the unit. JOIN Blue White Illustrated: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/join/?plan=annual SUBSCRIBE to Blue White Illustrated on YouTube and enable alerts - new highlights and videos uploaded regularly: https://www.youtube.com/c/bluewhiteillustratedvideo?sub_confirmation Bookmark our homepage: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/ Subscribe to BWI Magazine and Newsletters: https://bluewhiteonline.com Download our podcasts: https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/LRL3155877513?selected=DSVV2664982394 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BlueWhiteIllustrated/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PennStateOn3 Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The 2022 Penn State football season is fast approaching, so Blue White Illustrated is getting you ready with BWI Two-A-Days. Each day host Thomas Frank Carr and senior editor Nate Bauer discuss a position group and give a season preview for fans. Today they focus on the linebackers. The linebacker group might be the most interesting positional breakdown of any heading into the fall. On the one hand, the team has linebacker Curtis Jacobs leading the defense. But, on the other hand, Tyler Elsdon and Kobe King are fighting during camp to decide which inexperienced player will get his first start at middle linebacker. Throw in the positional ambiguity of the third linebacker spot, and the Nittany Lion fans have a wide variety of topics to discuss with the group. T-Frank starts with the "starters" for this group, looking at Jacobs, King, and Elsdon. To start the show, T-Frank and Bauer discuss how vital that battle is in the middle of the defense. Next, T-Frank wants to know why Jacobs isn't getting the same hype as some of his predecessors despite producing more at similar points in his career than they did. Next, the duo discusses Jonathan Sutherland's role in the defense and the nature of Manny Diaz's defense. There's still confusion about which players are playing behind Sutherland or can potentially see snaps at that linebacker spot. T-Frank assumes that only safety-type players are playing at the new "Striker" position, but he asks Bauer if he's missing something. After discussing that position, they shift their focus to the young players at the position behind the starters. T-Franks comments on the staff's excitement in freshman Abdul Carter and wonders out loud about another player on the roster. Will Carter pass more experienced players on his way to a role in the defense? Bauer points out a critical fact that might shift the conversation. Lastly, they wrap up the show with their X-Factors and indicate which way they think the stock is heading for the Penn State linebackers. JOIN Blue White Illustrated: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/join/?plan=annual SUBSCRIBE to Blue White Illustrated on YouTube and enable alerts - new highlights and videos uploaded regularly: https://www.youtube.com/c/bluewhiteillustratedvideo?sub_confirmation Bookmark our homepage: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/ Subscribe to BWI Magazine and Newsletters: https://bluewhiteonline.com Download our podcasts: https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/LRL3155877513?selected=DSVV2664982394 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BlueWhiteIllustrated/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PennStateOn3 Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rachel Bauer is a mother, business owner, creative and volunteers her time in community. She's an impact-driven human here to make the world a better place, and she's the founder of Kamala, a space she's created over the years for soulful expression, spiritual workshops, and intentional creations. Her latest offerings are crystal mandalas! This episode explored leadership in a new paradigm, and Rach really opens her heart and mind to share with us new ways of thinking and feeling about life that allow us to BE more than DO.We dive into: Redefining surrender How to transition from control into surrender The importance of who you be not what you do How we frame mental distress Why spiritual growth is key for good mental health How we create angst and friction within ourselves The value of coming off auto-pilot Cultivating feminine energy in a world of doing more The art of holding space without problem solving for someone The blind spot most “helpers” and “givers” miss in their contribution How to practise discernment in relationships to be authentic and strategic The importance of reflection Why compassion and grace are key for growth You can connect with Rach on Instagram via @kamala_nz and find out momre about her story and creations via https://www.kamala.nz/Let us know what resonated for you in the comments :)Ritual https://www.gemmarose.nz/ritualNo New Thingshttps://www.gemmarose.nz/no-new-thingsTake Your Meds Podcast on Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/4TNGt0S...Take Your Meds Podcast on Applehttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...ConnectGemma Rose is a trauma-recovery coach supporting creatives, entrepreneurs and parents to transform their inner-worlds and scale their impact.Subscribe: https://www.gemmarose.nz/Instagram: @the_gemma_roseEmail: email@example.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Gemma-Rose-1...
Penn State football is counting on several familiar faces returning from injury to power its defensive line for the 2022 season. But, with the addition of some exciting new faces, will this group hit the heights of their potential? Or will there be too many 'ifs' for this group to succeed? The BWI Daily edition tackles the Penn State defensive line in today's season preview. Host Thomas Frank Carr and senior editor Nate Baur start at the top with Penn State's need to replace second-round pick Arnold Ebiketie's production from last season. Additionally, senior defensive tackle PJ Mustipher is returning from injury. His timeline back to full strength is a key part of the equation. They discuss how likely it is that Mustipher and defensive end Adisa Isaac will play well this fall. Next, T-Frank introduces viewers to the starting defensive line, with even more questions outside of Isaac and Mustipher. Nick Tarburton returns to his role from last season, while Hakeem Beamon returns from a non-injury absence in 2021. Next, T-Frank introduces the rest of the depth players and the new faces to the defensive line this fall. He asks Bauer how long it will take for Penn State's starting defensive line to change from what it is now. Through that conversation, Bauer and T-Frank bring attention to Penn State's depth players, such as Coziah Izzard and Dvon Ellies. Those to players struggled to fill in for Mustipher last season. Finally, the duo considers if things can lead to a more positive outcome this fall. Finally, they dive into the new players for Penn State. Five-star defensive end Dani Dennis-Sutton, transfer Chop Robinson, and freshman defensive tackle Zane Durant have impressed this offseason in one form or fashion. T-Frank and Bauer discuss the possibility of all of them playing meaningful roles in the fall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jean Martin Bauer is the Country Director for the World Food Programme in Haiti, where his job is in simple terms to ensure the population does not run out of food. This conversation focuses on the use of data - specifically satellite imagery & maps - and how it helps feed the country.---Episode Sponsor: Element84Dan Pilone's appearance on the podcast--- About Jean-Martin: - Twitter- LinkedIn- World Food Programme Shownotes:World Food ProgramHunger MapWFP's PrismWFP's Van ProjectFEWS NET: Famine Early Warning System NetworkStanford's Monica LamJean-Martin Bauer on the Humanitarian AI Today PodcastBooks & Podcasts Recommendations:Masters of the Dew by Jacques Roumain (”Gouverneurs de la rosée” in French)Stuffed And Starved: Markets, Power And The Hidden Battle For The World Food System by Raj PatelHumanitarian AI Today PodcastTime-stamps:- 00:00 Introduction 01:53 Conversation Starts: Jean-Martin presents himself- 03:08 Humanitarian Geography- 10:31 Jean-Martin's current role: WFP's Haiti Director- 16:39 How do we know the food situation in a country?- 21:10 Gathering Data To Understand the Food Situation in a Country- 26:18 Modelling at a Global & Local level- 31:03 Distributing Data is also hard- 32:14 Getting people involved- 35:56 Online Human Rights- 40:34 What New Space means for WFP- 45:21 What's in it for Private Companies to work wit NGOs?- 48:57 Building Trust when Predictions come First from Machine Learning- 52:25 Disruption is Not Always the Goal- 53:32 Financing Collecting Data in the Humanitarian World- 01:01:19 The Role of Data for Jean-Martin's role as Country Director- 01:05:56 Making Hard Decision when Numbers represent real People's Livelihood- 01:09:58 Jean-Martin's Critical Look on the Data Science Community- 01:14:19 Books & Podcast Recommendations- 01:17:16 Outro Please feel free to reach out, I truly do want to hear what you think of this :)- Website- My Twitter- Podcast Twitter- Previous Newsletter: Why I want to do more interviews in person
With the offseason well underway, it's primetime to take a look at some wild speculation! Tune in as we address the "rumors" of the Detroit Red Wings & Nazem Kadri - would the soon-to-be 32 year old center be a fit in Hockeytown? What kind of deal would Steve Yzerman offer him? How would he fit into the roster & impact the team? (4:25) We also have a candid discussion on Detroit's rebuild timeline, their decisions to go out and acquire players like Copp, Perron, Chiarot, Maatta, & Kubalik, whether it's wise to try to tank for Connor Bedard (or Michkov), how Moritz Seider & Lucas Raymond changed the game, & more (13:40)! Also in this episode: Adidas is soon to be out as the NHL's jersey & who may take over (Nike, CCM, Bauer, ???) (26:15), Klingberg's strange contract & how this connects to Filip Hronek (31:10), & a look at 2022/2023 predictions in our last betting odds segment of the season (46:29). Tune in for all of that & more - happy summer "break"! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.
Episode 180 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features new Washington Capitals goalie Charlie Lindgren.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Lindgren shares his experiences as sought-after free agent on the goalie carousel and how it differed from last season, as well as the changes he made to his game during his one year with the St. Louis Blues that led to that increased demand. He talks about how evolving his approach to rush chances and narrowing his stance as part of that change fuelled improvements in other areas of his game that led to a .958 save percentage in five games with the Blues and long playoff run to the Calder Cup Final in Springfield.Lindgren also shares tips on how to quickly fit in with a new team that goalies of every age headed into a new locker room can apply this fall, and gets in depth on the revolutionary new Bauer KONEKT skates, which he wore all season as one of the first professionals to switch. That ties in perfectly with our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at those KONEKT skates, how they achieve a custom fit in store, who they are for and why they could change the game.
On July 29, 2022, Rewind Host and CBS 58 Capitol Reporter Emilee Fannon and Associated Press Capitol Correspondent Scott Bauer reviewed this week in state politics. On this week’s episode: Racine Man Admits to Committing Voter Fraud U.S. Senate Race Narrows Trump to Host Rally for Michels Report: Tighter Security for Election Workers Disabled Voters File Federal Lawsuit Republican Gubernatorial […]
Penn State's running back production wasn't good enough last season. No matter how you slice it, qualify it or try to explain it, that's the bottom line. Heading into the 2022 season, the open question of improvement rests on the shoulders of two true freshmen. It's also the question that host Thomas Frank Carr and senior editor Nate Bauer will try to answer on the BWI Daily Edition. Today, they preview the running backs. Bauer and T-Frank start with a review of the situation to set the scene for the upcoming season. With Keyvone Lee as the presumed starter, how much room is there for improvement? The conversation about the running back rotation can't go very far without bringing up freshman running back Nick Singleton. The five-star Governor Mifflin running back in the Class of 2022 has impressed coaches and teammates since enrolling early in January. The proposition for Singleton is to provide explosive runs and provide the spark that Penn State lacked last season. However, the expectations at this point might be that he takes over the job eventually. Can Lee, Devyn Ford, Caziah Holmes, or fellow freshman Kaytron Allen carve a role for themselves? Bauer and T-Frank have different thoughts about the realistic expectations for the first-year back heading into the fall. Finally, they declare if the running back room's stock is up or down heading into fall camp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Each week the BWI Daily Edition takes your questions and answers them on air. Host Thomas Frank Carr and senior Editor Nate Bauer team up to discuss the thoughts and opinions of Blue White Illustrated subscribers and Penn State fans. Today they'll tackle Big Ten Media Day, the return of PJ Mustipher, and more. T-Frank and Bauer start with a discussion about the Penn State defensive line. A BWI Message board member wants to know the projected two-deep at the defensive line for the fall. Does the news that Mustipher is cleared for camp change their opinion? The duo discusses the pros and cons of returning from an ACL injury, how players perform when they do and what fans should expect from the senior defensive tackle early in the year. Next, they take a question regarding the 2022 Big Ten Media Days and Penn State's performance. Was Penn State successful in weathering the storm of controversy brought earlier in the week? Did head coach James Franklin and his players achieve their goals? T-Frank found himself disappointed in the responses, but Bauer has some different context to bring to the show. They answer questions regarding the defensive end position, and the competition at guard between Sal Wormley and Hunter Nourzad, among others. Finally, the show ends by picking the freshmen in the Class of 2022 that will become fan favorites. Bauer chooses five-star players, Nick Singleton and Drew Allar, while T-Frank picks five-star defensive end Dani Dennis Sutton and receiver Kaden Saunders. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Penn State's 2022 season is right around the corner, and to get you ready, Blue White Illustrated is breaking down each position on the way to training camp. Today The BWI Daily Edition focuses on the wide receivers. Can this group actually improve while losing first-round draft pick Jahan Dotson? Host Thomas Frank Carr and senior editor Nate Bauer discuss which receivers are tasked with that job. Bauer and T-Frank start by setting the scene for the 2022 receiving room. Who will replace Dotson and his 137 targets? Parker Washington returns for his third season in Happy Valley, flanked by fellow 2020 receiver KeAndre Lambert-Smith. Added to the mix is Western Kentucky transfer, Mitchell Tinsley. Is that trio enough to replace one of the best pure receivers in program history? The question might be something different, which Bauer and T-Frank discuss. Next, they introduce the rest of the room and the main players that the pair expect to compete with the top trio for playing time. Can Malick Meiga or Harrison Wallace push Lambert-Smith for playing time? Or will someone else lose snaps to an up-and-coming player? After that, T-Frank and Bauer discuss how the perception of the room could be different than the results because of the shadow Dotson left. Additionally, T-Frank brings up the other offensive pieces and their role in receiver production. Quarterback Sean Clifford and the running game will also influence how efficient and effective the group can be. Finally, they discuss the group's freshmen, X-factors, and which way the stock for the receiver position heading into the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Danny Bauer from Better Leaders Better Schools is here to continue our conversation about leaders, confidence, and competence. Danny is the host of the Better Leaders, Better Schools podcast and the author of The Better Leaders Better Schools Roadmap and Mastermind. We talk about visioning your work by focusing on your vision for yourself first. Danny shares what a Ruckus Maker is and creative ideas for achieving success by coloring outside the lines. We also talk about setting up your staff for success and having an alignment of resources. Episode Highlights: [03:43] In 2019, Danny's publisher asked him to write a book about how he serves leaders. This book tells the story of the leadership community in his mastermind group. [05:08] He talks about why masterminds are a solution for creating powerful leaders and introduces the ABC's of powerful professional development. Integrating authenticity, belonging, and challenge in a meaningful way leads to life and leadership transformation.[07:25] A tip for making conferences better is to block off an extra day for journaling and making an action plan.[07:37] Masterminds happen more often, such as weekly, and you are with other people who understand what you're trying to do. You can have regular deep thinking on education and leadership while strengthening relationships. [08:57] Danny shares an example of one of his mastermind leaders that is winning and creating success. [11:44] Masterminds can be a space where you can bounce ideas off of other leaders. [12:32] The idea of being a Ruckus Maker is a tip to Seth Godin. Resources & Links Related to this EpisodeWhat is PBL?Ask RyanMagnify Learning YouTubeProject Based Learning Stories and Structures: Wins, Fails, and Where to StartMagnify LearningRyan Steuer Twitter @ryansteuerCommunity Partner ResourcesBetter Leaders Better Schoolsdaniel@betterleadersbetterschools.com(312)788-7595The Better Leaders Better Schools Podcast with Daniel BauerThe Better Leaders Better Schools Roadmap: Small Ideas That Lead to Big ImpactMastermind: Unlocking Talent Within Every School LeaderDaniel Bauer LinkedInDanny Baur InstagramBetter Leader Better Schools TwitterMeasure What Matters: How Google, Bono, and the Gates Foundation Rock the World with OKRsSeth GodinSeven Strong Claims About Successful School Leadership
"I am curious what Jerome Powell will say after tomorrow's FOMC meeting. Personally, I think we should still get a full point basis rate hike. There has been a lot of hawkishness over the last several months. With much of the recent economic data being weaker than expected, that would mean the Federal Reserve would pull the reins back a bit," says Scott Bauer. Bauer also weighs in on a not-so-great earnings season.
Ann Bauer novels have been named “Best Of” by The Washington Post, Star Tribune and The Providence Journal. She has been honored by Harvard's Nieman Foundation for excellence in nonfiction writing. On the podcast we discuss her willing to die for the First Amendment, speaking out against the mandates, the toll the pandemic has taken on children, her news sources, future projects and more. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE LIKE AND SHARE THIS PODCAST!!! Social media Twitter- https://twitter.com/annbauerwriter Website- https://annbauer.com/ Follow Me Twitter- https://twitter.com/CoffeeandaMike Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/coffeeandamike/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeandaMike/ Truth Social- https://truthsocial.com/@coffeeandamike Gettr- https://gettr.com/user/coffeeandamike Support My Work Venmo- https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3570365208987017385&created=1658667789.4661531&printed=1 Website- www.coffeeandamike.com
Episode 179 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features features new Buffalo Sabres goalie Eric Comrie.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Comrie shares his experiences as part of the free agency goalie carousel, what led to his decision to sign with the Sabres and what it's going to be like starting training camp with a team other than the Winnipeg Jets for the first time since he was drafted nine years ago. Comrie also shares some of the secrets behind a breakout last season that included a .920 save percentage in 19 games with the Jets, a career high, including the specifics of how his work with a sports psychologist contributed to his success and, along with Jets goalie coach Wade Flaherty, helped him manage several long breaks (some over a month) between starts.All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new CCM AXIS 2.9 line, a second price point option with some pro-level features available only through Source for Sports.
On Episode 2 of Season 9 Robert sits down musician and songwriter Dan Bauer. During the podcast the two discuss how Dan got his start in writing music, how he stays inspired, the importance of mental health in today's society, how to keep chasing the dream + much more. Enjoy the episode. Find Dan: https://www.instagram.com/danbauermusic/ Find Robert: https://www.instagram.com/bobbythebank Sponsored by Bullet Wealth https://www.youtube.com/c/BulletWealth Visit our Shop: https://SheathUnderwear.com Use code 'RPG' for 20% off storewide
Ever wanted to learn how to use the power of the internet to start your own guiding business? Well, you'll learn how in this episode of Another Fishing Podcast! Passionate multi-species angler, Spencer Bauer explains how he grew a large following on his social media platform, River Certified which allowed him to build an impressive client base for his guiding operation. Spencer also details the role In-Fisherman played in stoking the fires of his fishing passion and how figures like, Doug Stange taught him key concepts which he employs to this day. Much is discussed in this episode, like the difficulty of juggling multiple businesses and the sacrifices that inevitably result. But there's SO MUCH MORE!Sit back, crack open a cold one, and relax. You're among friends. This isn't another fishing podcast. This is...Another Fishing Podcast! Check out River Certified here:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rivercertifiedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/rivercertified YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/rivercertifiedSubscribe to Angling Uploaded on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/anglinguploadedFollow Angling Uploaded on social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anglinguploadedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/anglinguploaded
The BWI Daily Edition is preparing you for the 2022 Penn State football season by previewing the Penn State football team position by position. Today, they continue their look at the Nittany Lion's offense by examining the most polarizing group on the Penn State roster; the offensive line. Host Thomas Frank Carr and senior editor Nate Bauer discuss the starters, key reserves, and freshmen on the team that will shape the fate of this group in the fall. They start by discussing Penn State center Juice Scruggs. Does Penn State need a great center to have the best version of its offensive line? That's the theory Bauer presents to T-Frank about senior Juice Scruggs. T-Frank doesn't have a direct rebuttal for that thought but doesn't agree. The two discuss what makes a good offensive line or player before diving into the group. From there, T-Frank introduces the presumed starting lineup of left tackle Olu Fashanu, left guard Landon Tengwall, center Juice Scruggs, right guard Hunter Nourzad, and right tackle Caedan Wallace. Three of the five starters from this year differ from the previous year. So, does that mean the stock is up because the problems from last year are no longer starting, or is the stock down becuase once again, Penn State has massive turnover and youth on the line? Bauer and T-Frank debate the merits of each point. They also discuss the depth issues at tackle, which players can contribute beyond the starting five, before wrapping up by looking at the first-year players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Every Thursday, the host of the BWI Daily Edition, Thomas Frank Carr, and senior editor at Blue White Illustrated, Nate Bauer, discuss your questions on the BWI Mailbag show. They take questions from members of the Lions Den Message board and select questions from social media to find out what Penn State fans want to know each week. For example, this week, they discuss Mike Yurcich's play selection, the hype surrounding Nick Singleton, and more. They start with a question from YouTube about Mike Yurcich's offense. Will the offensive coordinator dial up more passes that target the middle of the field? T-Frank and Bauer discuss that question in depth. First, is the question fair and accurate? Did Yurcich shy away from that part of the field because of some part of the offense? They also discuss how receiver Parker Washington and tight ends Theo Johnson and Brenton Strange play into that conversation. Finally, can Yurcich force the ball over the middle of the field if quarterback Sean Clifford doesn't want to throw there? From there, they move on to a broader question. Who are the offensive and defensive players that will surprise fans this season? T-Frank and Baur discuss how few players fall through the cracks for attentive fans, but to the broader audience, some do. They bring up Zakee Wheatley and Tyler Elsdon on the defensive side of the ball, and T-Frank offers several candidates on the offensive side. Bauer thinks that Kaytron Allen, despite his standout work so far, is going under the radar thanks to the presence of five-star teammate Nick Singleton. Speaking of Singleton, is the hype getting too oversized for the freshman tailback? T-Frank and Bauer discuss what it would take for Singelton to have a successful season outside of becoming a superstar that takes every snap for the Nittany Lions. T-Frank and Nate explain what is hype and what are facts about his performance so far. They also discuss what they saw out of Penn State hoops at Tuesday's open practice, which players Penn State can't afford to lose, how to attack non-athletic quarterbacks, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kathleen Saxton BioManaging Director, EMEA Advisory & Global SearchKathleen Saxton is a Managing Director at MediaLink, who leads the firm's operations in EMEA. An industry veteran with 25+ years of experience in sales, marketing, media and executive search, her remit is wide-ranging and spans business growth, agency selection, talent advisory and strategic consulting. Saxton joined MediaLink in 2020 from The Lighthouse, a talent advisory firm she founded in 2009 to provide executive talent and counsel to companies across the marketing landscape. Prior to founding The Lighthouse, Saxton held commercial leadership positions spanning organisations including Sky Television, Global Radio and Bauer and later held board positions within Omnicom, Publicis and Virgin. She is also the co-founder of Advertising Week Europe. Kathleen is a qualified and practicing psychotherapist and co-founder of Psyched Global, and as such applies psychology to all elements of her work. She is the Chair of the Ambassador Platform, sits on the board of NSPCC Childline and is an active member of WACL, the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP), and the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). She is also a regular industry speaker and a mentor for the UK government's Speakers For Schools program.
Penn State football starts training camp on August 1st, which means we're just days away from starting the 2022 season. Blue White Illustrated is beginning its season preview to prepare fans for the upcoming excitement. Host of the BWI Daily Edition Thomas Frank Carr and senior Editor Nate Bauer will break down each position heading into and through the start of training camp. Make sure to check out the articles at bluewhiteillustrated.com and the previews on the BWI Daily Edition. Today, Bauer and T-Frank start their season preview by discussing the Penn State quarterbacks. As if there'd be any other place to start. When it comes to the signal callers in Happy Valley, is the stock going up or down heading into 2022? Bauer thinks that the position and the offense are heading in a positive direction. He explains why starter Sean Clifford should be better than last season. While the show is about the quarterbacks, the conversations naturally spin to include the entire offense and the situation around whoever is under center. They examine offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich's role in this journey and how the rest of the players will affect PSU's passer. After that, they discuss the freshmen quarterbacks that enrolled this offseason. What should fans expect from five-star passer Drew Allar and three-star prospect Beau Pribula? Both T-Frank and Bauer see one clear path to success for the young players. There's one last player on the roster that the duo discusses. That's backup quarterback Christian Veilleux. If there is one, the second-year player is passed over in most conversations about the transition from Clifford. But both analysts believe that Veilleux has a part to play this season. Finally, Bauer and T-Frank give their closing thoughts on the quarterback room and how things will go with Clifford in the fall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A jam packed show tonight features winners from multiple disciplines, including DIRTcar UMP Modifed winner (Oakshade), Chad Bauer, Template Super Late Model Winner (Berlin), Andrew Scheid, and Kalamazoo Klash Outlaw Super Late Model Winner, Phil Bozell all join the program. Plus a new edition of Gary Did Ya Know?
Crude oil rally comes into the reaction of the U.S. President's trip to Saudi Arabia last week and how it failed to produce results. "The U.S. Dollar, summer driving season, and global demand are key drivers of the crude oil price," says Scott Bauer. Bauer also weighs in on the Euro Zone CPI and Housing Starts & Permits economic reports.
Psalm 82:4 calls us to rescue the weak and the needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked. On today's edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Gary Bauer, JDFI's new Director of Public Policy, continue celebrating the reversal of Roe v. Wade, and discuss what the future holds for the United States. In God's providence, with the overturning of Roe on June 24th, 2022, Dr. Dobson and Bauer note that it's essential that Christians rescue the unborn babies in their state by funding crisis pregnancy centers. They also underscore how important it is for believers to continue to vote for candidates who will protect the preborn. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/707/29
Penn State football is just over two weeks from the start of training camp, and Blue White Illustrated starts the season preview on the BWI Daily Mailbag show. Host Thomas Frank Carr and senior editor Nate Bauer discuss questions submitted to the show from the Lions Den message board and social media. Bauer and T-Frank start the show with a rapid-fire question period about various Penn State football topics. For example, will a freshman crack the two-deep to start the season against Purdue? Also, will Penn State have more than two backs in the rotation throughout the year? Nick Singleton's impact on the running back room, how the roles on the team will break out, and how Penn State labels their running backs come up in the discussion. Another question that comes from a Penn State subscriber deals with Manny Diaz's defense. Will the Nittany Lions go after the quarterback more aggressively than they did last season under Brent Pry? T-Frank and Bauer discuss the role that pressure plays in Diaz's defense and how the defensive ends play determines how aggressive he needs to be. T-Frank also describes the differences between the two defensive minds and how sacks come in different ways from each coach. How do you build a national championship roster? That's the question a listener asks of the duo. Bauer broke down the class rankings for both Alabama and Georiga over the last four seasons to find the answer. With training camp a few weeks away, a viewer asks which training camp battles T-Frank and Bauer have their eyes on. Bauer discusses the third receiver in detail. Will Harrison Wallace, KeAndre Lambert-Smith, or Malick Meiga step up to take that job? T-Frank points to the secondary and wants to know who will grab the lion's share of snaps at field safety. Veteran Keaton Ellis must fend off ascending redshirt freshman Zakee Wheatley to maintain that starting role. Bauer and T-Frank take opposite sides of that debate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A post-abortive couple describes the healing, forgiveness and peace they found through Rachel's Vineyard retreat (0:01) Beth Bauer, who coordinates Rachel's Vineyard retreats for post-abortive men and women in southeast Michigan, talks about the importance of encountering people who've suffered hurt, trauma and pain by choosing abortion, helping heal their spiritual and psychological wounds. (3:39) Listeners are introduced to Anne Marie and David Sauve, a married couple of 37 years who have three daughters and attend Holy Spirit Parish in Shields, Mich. When the couple met in college, however, they were typical young people — attending parties and living carefree existences. After a few months of dating and sleeping together, Anne Marie became pregnant. (5:45) Separately, Anne Marie and David fretted about the situation, fearing what the news would mean for their lives, careers and even future together. Anne Marie, who grew up Catholic, was ashamed of what her parents would think. She was also fearful of losing David, who feared the same thing — though he admits he didn't communicate that. (10:35) Believing it was the only way to “dial back the clock,” the couple decided to pursue an abortion — though neither of them felt completely comfortable with the decision. Anne Marie describes the operation as the “darkest moment of my life.” Through tears, she describes the emotion, pain and trauma of her abortion, adding it did not have the effect the couple had hoped. (13:45) Kathleen Wilson, pro-life coordinator for the Archdiocese of Detroit, describes the efforts of the Church today to provide healing ministries for men and women like David and Anne Marie, particularly the U.S. bishops' “Walking with Moms in Need” initiative and programs such as Rachel's Vineyard. (16:33) After their abortion, David and Anne Marie sought to make changes in their lives, becoming more involved in their faith and even making vows of celibacy to each other until they were married in 1985. But after several decades and three daughters, the pain of the couple's abortion remained. (18:20) One day, while driving to work, David heard an interview with Bauer on the radio, during which she discussed Rachel's Vineyard retreats for post-abortive men and women. He pitched the idea to a hesitant Anne Marie, and the couple decided to go. (19:13) The couple describes their experience during the retreat, which they describe as a place of hospitality, comfort and mercy. Anne Marie describes some of the sensory experiences provided, which are intended to help the couple face their decision and heal with Jesus' help. (21:19) Anne Marie describes a particularly moving moment in which she and David are encouraged to imagine their child “standing in a field of flowers.” The couple is encouraged to name their child, write a letter to him or her, and imaging them standing with the Lord in heaven. The experience allows the Sauves to grieve. (26:28) In another segment, David and Anne Marie are encouraged to seek forgiveness from the Lord, their child and from each other. (27:28) The couple describes how the retreat completely changed their outlook on life, so much so that now, when couples come to Rachel's Vineyard seeking comfort and solace, they are the ones providing it as volunteers. Reporting by Gabriella Patti; narration by Leah Butalid; script by Casey McCorry; production by Ron Pangborn This episode of Detroit Stories is brought to you by our friends at Catholic Funeral and Cemetery Services, a ministry of the Archdiocese of Detroit. Pre-planning your Catholic funeral is a gift of love for those you cherish. To learn more about pre-planning to prepare those you care about for this journey, visit CFCSdetroit.org. Listen to ‘Detroit Stories' on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or Fireside. Podcasts also will be posted biweekly on DetroitCatholic.com.
Ein Bauersmann hatte einen Sohn, der war so groß wie ein Daumen und wurde gar nicht größer. Er wuchs in etlichen Jahren nicht ein Haarbreit. Eines Tages wollte der Bauer ins Feld gehen und pflügen, da sagte der Kleine: »Vater, ich will mit hinaus.« »Du willst mit hinaus?«, sprach der Vater, »bleib du hier, dort bist du zu nichts nutze: du könntest mir auch verloren gehen.« Da fing der Däumling an zu weinen, und um Ruhe zu haben, steckte ihn der Vater in die Tasche und nahm ihn mit. Brüder Grimm | Märchen | Gute-Nacht-Geschichten
Dr. Bauer heads research and product development in Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning at BOSS AI, which uses AI to provide context for data. Dr. Bauer was a leader in developing areas for study in Exa-scale computing at DARPA and has worked on several unique problems in the IC that have worked to keep the United States free from those that would harm us. He is the most excited when presented with an impossible problem to solve – No problem is impossible or intractable! Please visit: https://askboss.ai/ to get a glimpse of the transformational work Dr. Bauer and the team at BOSS AI continue to accomplish. The podcast discusses Federated Machine Learning; Trends in AI Space; and Data Methodologies and how they can positively or negatively impact your costs, effectiveness, and efficiency.
Episode 178 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features Princeton graduate, European league pro and Olympian Kimberly Newell.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Newell shares her incredible path to playing for China at the 2022 Beijing Olympics, including the story of her remarkable recovery from a badly broken ankle suffered just two and a half months before they started. That incredible comeback wouldn't have been possible without the mental training and mindset work she's done throughout her career, starting with some great stories about pre-game pump ups in the car with her dad, and continuing through a journey of self discovery, including work with sports psychologists, in college and pro. Those examples, and so many more involving her search now for better ways to train on and off the ice while working as a coach and mentor with Empower Hockey in the Vancouver area, make this undoubtedly one of our best interviews yet. It's a lengthy conversation loaded with insights and examples that goalies -- and coaches and goalie parents -- at every level will benefit from hearing. (And oh yeah, we also get into the story behind what was arguably the best set of custom pads from the past season, Newell's golden dragon Olympic set made by Brian's Custom Sports).All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer M5 Pro pads and gloves, which offers many of the same pro-level features and incredible value at a lower price point than the top-end Mach line we debuted recently in this same space.
In today's uncertain economic times, it's difficult to find a one-hundred-dollar donor, much less a $20 million dollar one! But Nuvance Health, a system of world-class hospitals in Connecticut and New York, located a generous couple that is helping to fund a new patient pavilion at Norwalk Hospital with their $20 million legacy gift. Tune in today to hear my compelling interview with super philanthropists Carol and George Bauer, pillars of the southern Connecticut community for decades, who have ensured the best possible health and wellness services for the entire region. The Bauer's visit with Mark Alyn on this episode.
Timber Rattlers VP of marketing Hilary Bauer discusses the constants and changes of promotions in Wisconsin. Also, Ben returns with stories from his Midwest trip, Tyler and Sam look at the new MLB Pipeline Top 100 and Josh saddles up for another segment of Ghosts of the Minors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Penn State fans can ask film analyst Thomas Frank Carr and senior editor, Nate Bauer, their weekly questions on the BWI Mailbag Show. Today they answer questions about Penn State's offense under Mike Yurcich heading into its second year, fixing the running game, how analysts play into the game-planning picture, and more. To submit your questions, look for the BWI Mailbag submission thread on the Lions Den message board. Not a member? Join right now for just one dollar and get 12 months of access! They start the show with a question about analysts and off-field assistants. Does Penn State now have enough analysts to be on a field comparable with the top teams in the country? If so, does that change anything on game day or in-game planning? Bauer and T-Frank discuss the merits of the thought and what that means for head coach James Franklin and his top assistants, Mike Yurcich and Manny Diaz. That conversation spins into a question about the Penn State offense in 2022. Can they get the rushing attack figured out? The viewer also wants to know how many yards Nick Singleton will rush for next fall. Bauer feels bullish on Singleton, and T-Frank feels the same about Yurcich. First, Bauer gives his reasons why and then T-Frank discusses why we haven't seen the best of Yurcich yet. They also field questions about the defensive line and how new additions will fare up front, the timeline for several first-year players who T-Frank predicts to redshirt, the future of non-revenue sports at Penn State, and much more. Subscribe to the BWI Daily Edition on YouTube and wherever you get your podcasts. JOIN Blue White Illustrated: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/join/?plan=annual SUBSCRIBE to Blue White Illustrated on YouTube and enable alerts - new highlights and videos uploaded regularly: https://www.youtube.com/c/bluewhiteillustratedvideo?sub_confirmation Bookmark our homepage: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/ Subscribe to BWI Magazine and Newsletters: http://bluewhiteonline.com Download our podcasts: https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/LRL3155877513?selected=DSVV2664982394 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BlueWhiteIllustrated/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PennStateOn3 Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com Can Penn State land a top-ten class in 2023? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 177 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features Jamie Phillips, former pro goaltender now Sport Scientist and goaltending coach at Michigan Tech for a great discussion about nutrition, training and injury prevention for goaltenders.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Phillips talks about the things he sees missing from a physical and dietary perspective in goaltenders, injury prevention through training, off-season training with an emphasis on the last few months of the summer, the use of nutritional supplements and more. With an undergraduate and Master's degree in Exercise Science and now working towards a Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Phillips understands the position and the needs of goaltenders and can communicate his knowledge clearly and concisely. His dual role of Scientist and Goalie coach also give him a perspective on the position and its needs like few others possess.Phillips began Victorem Integrated Performance with one goal in mind, to help athletes perform at their best each and every day through scientifically backed programming in both nutrition and off ice training. He can be reached via DM on his Instagram page @VictoremPerformance.He is also a new contributor at InGoal with his first nutrition topic - Pre Game Meals is now published for InGoal Members to enjoy. Each article will include a downloadable PDF recipe for you to enjoy.All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a segment we've called “Danglers for Daren” as longtime listeners will know his passion for this often overlooked but important piece of equipment. Woody and Cm will help you understand your options and how to mount them on your mask for both safety and the quietist integration possible.