Vogue has got a BIG question for Joanne and the answer involves a lot of excited noises. There's dining in the bath, dancing and a renewed push on the dating apps for Joanne. If you'd like to get in touch, you can send an email to hello@MTGMpod.comFor more information about Joanne's gigs, just visit www.joannemcnally.comFinally... My Therapist Ghosted Me (and Joanne!) are shortlisted for a National Comedy Award!! Please vote here: https://www.thenationalcomedyawards.com/Thank you!
Laura, Krysta and Dean discuss the Bloody Benders of Kansas. How four people made a murderous 'family' that waylaid, robbed and killed many who stopped for supplies at their store along the Independence Fort Scott Trail. Their eventual discovery and the subsequent investigation revealed multiple bodies along their property which became known as Hell's Half Acre. But before they discuss these 1871 ne'er-do-wells, Krysta gives us some weird facts about Thanksgiving, including how Ben Franklin wanted the Turkey to be the National Symbol of the United States. Then they go back to 16th century Scotland to investigate the folklore of the Sawney Bean clan. These Scottish highwaymen, murderers and cannibals supposedly terrorized an area near Girvan in Ayleshire Scotland in the 1600's. Also the Family Plot Crew sends Thanksgiving well wishes to their listeners. So join us for this special Family Plot episode!
Eating healthy meals on the go can be difficult, but our guest today helps us find ways to make it possible without making it stressful! While it's important to learn to let go and be balanced with what we eat, it can also make us feel better if we have healthy options to incorporate into meals when we are out of the house. Ashley Randall weighs in on this topic! Ashley has been working out and moving her body before she ever even knew it could be a career. She LOVES fitness and mindset, and knows the two of them are so dependent on each other. She believes that if you want to be strong in life mentally and physically you'll have to be able to tap into both. Teaching her clients how to do that is what really lights her up. She believes that being able to watch a client step into their power both mentally and physically is the best part of this line of work. She wants all her clients to feel like the CEO of their life, inside and out. Nobody can take away the confidence you have created. Grab Ashley's Free 7 Day Shred here! Importance of Nutritious Food Stress is one of the biggest wellness killers out there, so when it comes to being on the go and feeding yourself appropriately we need to focus on ways to make that happen without it being stressful. While balance it important, and making sure you know that eating things that aren't necessarily nutritious is totally ok, when we are on the go and active, our body still needs enough fuel to keep us going. Making sure you are getting the nutrients you need helps you feel as good as you can and gives your body the energy it needs to stay active and participate in all the activities you want or need to be part of. Challenges Making sure you are fueled when out and about can be hard, here are some of the biggest challenges we have found: It's difficult to find snacks that include all the nutrients we need.Prepackaged snacks tend to have larger amounts of sodium and sugar.It's harder to find protein filled snacks on the go.Finding fresh food on the go that is easy to eat can be challengingYou need to find the balance between spending time packing things and using prepackaged food.If you have dietary needs, or preferences, it can be challenging to find food to fit within your needs Tips For Snacks on the Go Here are some things you can do to find nutritious food on the go, whether it's day to day or when you are traveling: Keep baggies of protein powder with you, pour them in a water bottle and shake it up for a quick protein boost.Protein bars are great ways to get a quick snack to fill you up (but make sure to read the label and look for those with lower sugar and higher protein). Brands like No Cow and Aloha are great.If you eat meat, beef jerky is a great go to snack.Many stores carry precut veggies and fruit that are great on the go.Snack packs with veggies and hummus or apples and nut butter are great for on the go.Individual trail mix and nut packs. Healthy Snack Ideas You Can Prep There are also some things you can prep and plan for at home to have them ready to go when you need to grab them: Chickpea or tuna salad in individual containers with crackers or veggies.PB&J sandwiches are great because they do well without staying cold.Bean, avocado and cheese tortilla roll ups.Cereal "trail mix" in baggies (cereal mixed with nuts).Chickpeas, either raw or baked crispy. Signs You Need a Snack There are signs your body gives you to let you know it's time to fuel up. Everybody is different, but here are the most common things to look for when it's time to feed your body: Stomach growlingIrritability, more than averageFatigue or feeling like you're going to crashBrain fog or hard Shakiness Overall it's really important to look ahead and stop the crash before they come!
Open up your eyes, ears, and heart because we set up at Chicago's famous shiny legume! Guests include a father and son on the hunt for the dead, a very vulgar Vegas French Bulldog breeder, and our movie pal Karsten Runquist! Recorded on 9/17/21 at Cloud Gate (The Bean) in Chicago. Go to http://bombas.com/outside for 20% off your first purchase. Go to http://amazon.com/outsidepod to try Amazon Music Unlimited free for 3 months. Go to http://upstart.com/outside to find out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments. Download the DraftKings app and use promo code OUTSIDE to play FREE FOR MILLIONS this Thanksgiving weekend!
Whether you celebrate Thanksgiving this week or not, you're inevitably going to find yourself in the hot seat at some point with friends and family. I'm sharing some conversational tips and techniques to help those interactions go smoothly! This podcast also gives a few tips to help your kids through the holidays too. UNSCHOOLING RESOURCES FROM SUE:Creating Confidence MembershipJust the hand-holding you need!Critics & Naysayers Unschooling GuideThis PDF is perfect for those DIY types who'd like to dive a little deeper into handling those relatives! (This $15 Guide is free for members this month - including some video walk-throughs from me!)Jumping Into Unschooling Course$50 off this week! Use the discount code: UM2M50
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On today's episode: A surprising part of your brain tells you when you're full. Turkey science facts! And we talk coffee; how it's processed, roasted, and sometimes tastes like raw potatoes. All that and more today on All Around Science. LINKS: ARTICLE: In the brain's cerebellum, a new target for suppressing hunger THEME MUSIC by Andrew Allen https://twitter.com/KEYSwithSOUL http://andrewallenmusic.com
Bobby Pierce Jr., Winner of $100,000 at the Duel in the Desert; Jessica Bean, 6-Time USAC pavement midget champion; and AJ Hicks, American All-Star Weekly Racing Series champion are this week's guests.
Jessica Bean, 6-Time USAC pavement midget champion; Andrew Stone, Oglethorpe Speedway Park's final race winner; and Phoenyx Kimball, Battle of the Stars Bandolero winner at Goodyear All American Speedway are this week's guests.
Well helloooooo lovely listeners. Haley and Sara are back already!! It's our 30th episode! Can you believe it? We just couldn't wait any longer to celebrate. Today we breakdown that Season 2 treat, Q WHO?!?! That's right! The Borg baby, the Borg, they're mean, they're clean, they shop at L.L. Bean. We talk Borg, Q, muscles in wine sauce, Law & Order, Trek gossip and so much more! And for you Patreons...the FRENCH REVOLUTION?! So pour yourself a drink and unwind with Rewind! Thanks for listening, friends!
Welcome, welcome, welcome to Episode 76 of the Thirst for Knowledge podcast! In today's episode James, Justin, and Seth welcome Kenny Bean back to the show. Kenny is a traveler of The Camino, brewer of beer, and an expert when it comes to all things comic book related. Be sure to check him out in episodes 21 and 32 as well! Listen in as the gang discuss an advanced system for reheating Taco Bell, the super hero that can eat the most food, multiverse and simulation theory, the latest Marvel comics movies and how they tie in together, the new Batman movie trailer, and much more. Thanks for listening and be sure to review, rate, and subscribe! TFK : Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
Is Pepper over the hill? Preparing for the death of your parents. The perfect way to die. Why we might not be cut out for war. Are we too young to get orthotics? Looking into the future of the show. Flippy and the Bean. The process of Pepper's comedy writing. He tests out some of his material. Pepper might be writing a play. Ending with some self indulgence.
Today we meet and speak with John Wadell, owner of Stave & Bean and single barrel curator for Kentucky Peerless. He's a great man with great ambitions. Stave & Bean focuses on creating curated coffee selections for spirits enthusiasts. They have amazing coffee that is barrel-aged in different spirits barrels and then sold, or blended into special "cocktail expressions." If you want to learn more about Whiskey Culture, visit WhiskeyCulture.com or Linktr.ee/WhiskeyCulture --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whiskeyculture/support
Remember those bygone days of youth this week on ARG Presents, as we look at games based on beloved British cartoons! After a brief discussion, we jump right into the action! Go APE with Bangers and Mash on the ZX Spectrum, and then it's time for everyone favorite bumbling, grumbling, and stumbling man-child with Mr. Bean on the Nintendo DS! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/arg-presents/support
Remember those bygone days of youth this week on ARG Presents, as we look at games based on beloved British cartoons! After a brief discussion, we jump right into the action! Go APE with Bangers and Mash on the ZX Spectrum, and then it's time for everyone favorite bumbling, grumbling, and stumbling man-child with Mr. Bean on the Nintendo DS! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/amigospodcast/message
Apollo 12 was the sixth crewed flight in the United States Apollo program and the second to land on the Moon. It was launched on November 14, 1969. Apollo 12 launched on schedule from Kennedy Space Center, under completely overcast rainy skies, encountering wind speeds of 174.6 mph during ascent, the highest of any Apollo mission. Lightning struck the Saturn V rocket 36.5 seconds after lift-off, triggered by the vehicle itself, discharging down to the Earth through the ionized exhaust plume. Protective circuits detected overloads and took all three fuel cells offline, along with much of the command service module or CSM instrumentation. A second strike at 52 seconds knocked out more equipment. However, the Saturn V continued to fly normally; the strikes had not affected the guidance system, which functions independently from the CSM. The loss of all three fuel cells put the CSM entirely on batteries, which were unable to maintain normal 75-ampere launch loads on the 28-volt DC bus. These power supply problems lit nearly every warning light on the control panel and caused much of the instrumentation to malfunction. Electrical manager John Aaron remembered the telemetry failure pattern from an earlier test when a power supply malfunctioned in the CSM signal conditioning electronics which converted raw signals from instrumentation to standard voltages for the spacecraft instrument displays and telemetry encoders. Aaron made a call which switched the SCE to a backup power supply. The switch was fairly obscure, but Lunar Module Pilot Alan Bean, flying in the right seat as the spacecraft systems engineer, remembered the SCE switch from a training incident a year earlier when the same failure had been simulated. Aaron's quick thinking and Bean's memory saved the mission. Bean put the fuel cells back on line, and with telemetry restored, the launch continued successfully. The lightning strikes had caused no serious permanent damage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Emma Calnan is back with her roommates Rory Lutter and Neelima Jyothiraj to discuss the buzz around Red, Taylor Swift's version, and the bops and flops of Swift's albums. Produced by: Celina Rivernider Edited by: Celina Rivernider Music by: Lee Rosevere Email Emma Calnan at email@example.com or follow her on Instagram @emma.cal.
Catching up on a week's worth of stories, plus "LOVE IT or LIST IT" and "Temperature Check"... enjoy!Swish FM is Chris Wendelken and Ben CrawWeb: SwishFM.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @SwishFMRadioInstagram: @SwishFMRadioApple: apple.co/2NXjMP8Stitcher: stitcher.com/s?fid=342861Spotify: spoti.fi/2T7ZmjYGoogle: bit.ly/32KIiWsiHeart: ihr.fm/312LC1lMUSIC:Artist: LetheretteAlbum: Brown Lounge, Vol. 1Title: Montego FuzzLabel: WulfApple: apple.co/2kyOBLOSpotify: spoti.fi/2kqAhoT
On this week's interview edition of The Flagship Podcast previewing the Longhorns' home football game Saturday at 6:30 pm CT on ESPNU (and to talk some Jayhawks basketball), we talk to 247Sports national writer Kevin Flaherty. Flaherty provides the skinny on how a 1-8 KU team under first-year coach Lance Liepold nearly shocked Oklahoma after leading the Sooners 10-0 at halftime and 17-7 deep into the third quarter. Kansas junior quarterback Jason Bean (56 percent passer, 6 TDs, 6 INTs) is a 10-second 100 guy who has averaged 4.4 yards per carry and rushed for 100 yards once this season. But Bean left last week's 35-10 loss against Kansas State with an injury and was replaced by sophomore Jalon Daniels (64 percent passer, 1 TD, 0 INTs), who is not as much of a threat to run. Whether it's Bean or Daniels against Texas, Flaherty breaks down the strengths and weaknesses of both QBs. Flaherty explains why running back Devan Neal is probably KU's best offensive playmaker. On defense, Flaherty provides the players to watch while detailing how the Jayhawks seem to lack the playmaking presence at linebacker KU has had in recent years. Flaherty also explains why KU probably isn't in the same situation to take Texas to the wire like the Jayhawks did in Austin in 2019. Finally, we get into some KU basketball and how the Longhorns under Chris Beard match up with Bill Self's Jayhawks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Storytellers come in many forms and weave their tales through many mediums. A. E. "Bean" Backus, Florida's preeminent landscape artist was no exception and shared his visionary tales of Old Florida through oil paints layered in intricate brushstrokes on canvas for the whole world to see. In this episode we look back on Beanie's childhood in turn of the century Florida, his beginnings as an artist, his painting techniques, and his enduring love for our beautiful state along with her diverse population.
Where on earth did all this corn yield come from?! Combines in Ontario are rolling through beans and on to corn, and the results are astonishing, says Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson in this episode of the Word. This week’s episode asks that question, plus delves into rust on winter wheat, wheat acres in the ground,... Read More
Keith and Tommy discuss evaluating the tradeoffs of flying versus driving, and an Open Seat first where both hosts discuss talk-down landings featuring Mr. Bean and alleged murderous 80-year-olds.Contact Us: email@example.comInstagram: @theopenseat_Have you tried ID90 Travel, the exclusive booking app? Sign up with our link and get $10 off your first hotel booking. https://linktr.ee/theopenseat
Erythrina herbacea, commonly known as the coral bean, Cherokee bean, Mamou plant in South Louisiana, red cardinal or cardinal spear, is a flowering shrub or small tree found throughout the southeastern United States and northeastern Mexico; it has also been reported from parts of Central America and, as an introduced species, from Pakistan. Various other systematic names have been used for this plant in the past, including Erythrina arborea, Erythrina hederifolia, Erythrina humilis, Erythrina rubicunda, Corallodendron herbaceum and Xyphanthus hederifolius.
When prominent author Marie Lee published an essay titled "Why I Give My 9-Year Old Pot" in 2009, it set off a media sensation. Years before CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta ever touched the subject, Lee's vulnerable and defiant description of desperately seeking relief for her severely ill son—and finding it in cannabis—struck a nerve with parents worldwide. Now a teacher in the creative writing program at Columbia University, Marie Lee joins Abdullah and Bean to relive her son Jay's difficult, rewarding journey using medical cannabis to treat severe autism and other debilitating conditions. Including the life-saving help they got along the way from Dr. Lester Grinspoon, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, underground marijuana growers, and the weed community writ large. We also get an update on Jay, who is doing great! SUPPORT "GREAT MOMENTS IN WEED HISTORY" ON PATREON Sign up for our Great Moments in Weed History Patreon for special bonuses and fun surprises. PLEASE VISIT OUR SPONSORS! This episode is brought to you by Tweedle Farms, Northwest Oregon's premier, family owned hemp farm, specializing in farm-to-table, terpene rich, high CBD hemp flower, concentrates, vapes, edibles and topicals. Use promo code “greatmoments” for 25% off your next order shipped anywhere in the United States. MARIE LEE'S NEW NOVEL Marie Lee's next book—The Evening Hero—is forthcoming May 2022 from Simon & Schuster;
That is the question, for chili anyway. In this episode, we travel far afield (as usual) but end up talking mostly about chili because it's chilly outside, right? So chili when it's chilly. Chili is a big deal in this part of the country and maybe it is where you live as well but we didn't stop to find that out. Chili contests abound this time of year and sometimes other times of year, too. The biggest discussion is around whether you put beans in it and if you do, is it still chili and if you don't, is it still chili? Natalia has some pretty strong opinions about this...surprise! We had to talk about one of our great landlords because he often texts me pictures (okay, get out of the gutter!) of his cooking. Last year, I got a pic of his chili fixins' (that's what we call mise en place in Oklahoma) and then a newspaper article from the '70s (I think) about his family's chili recipe. And, you lucky people, I'm going to share it with you later in this post. Another chili topic centered around using something besides ground meat and tomatoes so I shared my recipe (adapted from America's Test Kitchen, Cook's Illustrated) for White Bean Chicken Chile Verde. I'm not sure what the Test Kitchen called it but I changed it up and renamed it to suit me and you will find that recipe on our Patreon page along with lots of other fun stuff so if you're interested...click below and you'll be over at our page in an instant. Become a Patron! Also, I want you to know that we have been on the cutting edge of food topics this season. Most recently, stuffed and baked pumpkin. It appeared on the cover of the Thanksgiving issue of Food and Wine magazine and then the website, The Kitchn featured it in their Thanksgiving Food Fest series with Dorie Greenspan. So, clearly, we are some of the cool kids. So before we get into the highlights, for those who want them. Here is the Synar family's chili recipe. SYNAR CHILI Makes 2½ gallons (enough for 12 – 16 servings) 2 cups chopped onion 2 cups chopped green bell pepper 3 – 4 stalks chopped celery 8 lb lean ground meat, chili grind ¼ cup Worchestershire sauce (up to ½ cup), ½ cup A-1 sauce, and 10 – 12 oz bottle of ketchup 1, 8 oz can tomato paste 2, 14.5 oz cans stewed tomatoes 2, 14.5 oz cans tomato sauce 3 – 4 large garlic cloves chopped (up to 10) Gebhardt's Eagle Brand chili powder seasoning, to taste Seasoned salt, to taste 2 tbsp dried oregano 2 – 3 cups salsa 1 chile pepper, hot, 3” long Garlic salt, to taste Black pepper Heat canola oil in large pot. Add Holy Trinity and cook until softened about 10 minutes. Increase heat, add meat until pink is gone. Add worchestershire sauce, A-1 and ketchup and stir well. Add remaining ingredients and 1 cup of water. Simmer uncovered for 1 – 2 hours. Add another cup of water after 30 minutes. Add another cup of water at end of cooking time. If you are one of those people who is only interested in highlights, here you go but, of course, you'll really want to listen to the entire episode so you can access it below. I mean, it's only 30 minutes and it will occupy you during your commute or whatever you're doing.
This week on T3 we review the tasty tacos at THE MIXX (with 2 KC Locations!!) Not to be confused with The Max (where the kids from SAVED BY THE BELL used to hang out after school) or The Miz (the WWE Wrestler!) Our special Taco Reviewer guests this week are KSHB 41 News Reporter DAN COHEN and returning guest Foodie & Photographer SARI LOWENSTEIN (@kcbysari on Instagram!) Dan tells us about the taco scene in New Jersey and Upstate New York! We also get into who has the best Buffalo style buffalo wings in KC (Al's in Parkville!) We also touch upon how everyones Halloween was and if our guests have hit the Cider Mill yet this Fall! Sari tells us about a great new food spot in OP and we also talk TOUCHE' THE NIGHT CLUB! ALSO: Don't miss Dan reliving his first IN-A-TUB TACO Experience and Sari waxes poetically about CORN NUGGETS! In the TACO TICKER: We taco 'bout Taco Bell's STEAL-A-BASE STEAL-A-TACO promotion (Did you get your free taco?), Taco Bell's new CANTINA CRISPY MELT TACO, CHIPOTLE Introducing Biscuit to their menu and announcing they are going to introduce a new Chicken style to their menu! We also tackle the Tik Tok Tale about a Woman's Disastrous Date involving a strange man with no car, no money and a trip through the Taco Bell Drive Thru! In TOWN OF THE TACO, we discuss the BEST/WORST THINGS ABOUT KC and we hit the dance floor to get to the bottom of KC Dance Clubs and FUNKYTOWN! ALL THIS AND: Is the side we ordered Mashed Black Beans, Bean dip or Bean Soup? Former Taco The Town Guests Daisha Jones and Greg Payne's Wedding! Will there be dance battles on the dance floor between Channel 41 and Channel 5 On Air News Personalities? And in RANDOM TACO QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK WE ASK: What's something you wouldn't eat as a kid that you eat all time now? AND Would you drink a cup of coffee from Taco Bell? (TACO FLAVORED CREAMER ANYONE?) GET IN THE MIXX WITH T3!!! Editor: MATT ALLEN. Music: SUNEATERS courtesy of Lotuspool Records.
Le Batard and the crew are joined by Ron Magill, we discuss the latest developments in the Jokic/Morris beef, and Greg Cote remembers Orson Bean. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
90 Day Wins PodcastGoal Getters compete to Win! Ep55In this episode, SandyB shares some of the lessons she learned from Kobe "Bean" Bryant. Why she believes he is an ultimate goal-getter. At a young age, Kobe knew what he desired. He would be the best basketball player he could be. And work towards this goal. Kobe discovered three things he developed in his time of loneliness on weekends at the Rec. Hunger, Motivation, and Desire for his goal of being the best basketball player he could be. Listen to be encouraged to get your wins. Put in the work. Train your mind to think as a Goal Getter. A few things about Kobe Bryant to remember:He had to learn to trust his teammates because of their work ethic. Learn to trust the team. He did not hesitate to take big shots Be courageous for your Wins. He shot the ball with defenders in his face. Go around your obstacles to achieve your goals. Learn these lessons from Kobe and think about the mind of a goal-getter. Decide today you will achieve your wins and learn your lessons.Join our email list and receive our monthly Newsletter and more. https://winpondiroad.comLike/Follow our Facebook Page and Join the Group. http://www.facebook.com/90daywins90 Day Wins Bloghttps://90daywins.com/blogs-%26-newslettersSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/90daywins)
In Coffee: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2019), Jonathan Morris discusses the diverse cast of caffeinated characters who drank coffee, why and where they did so, as well as how it was prepared and what it tasted like. He identifies the regions and ways in which coffee has been grown, who worked the farms and who owned them, and how the beans were processed, traded, and transported. Morris also explores the businesses behind coffee—the brokers, roasters, and machine manufacturers—and dissects the geopolitics linking producers to consumers. Written in a style as invigorating as that first cup of Java, and featuring fantastic recipes, images, stories, and surprising facts, Coffee will fascinate foodies, food historians, baristas, and the many people who regard this ancient brew as a staple of modern life. Jonathan Morris is research professor in Modern History at the University of Hertfordshire, and Vice-President of the Royal Historical Society. He is an historian of consumption and consumer societies. Jonathan has also published Coffee: The Comprehensive Guide to the Bean, the Beverage and the Industry; and is a judge for the Specialty Coffee Association's Best New Product Awards. Instagram and Twitter: @coffeehistoryJM. Listen to Jonathan's “A History of Coffee." Amir Sayadabdi is a lecturer in Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington. He is mainly interested in anthropology of food and its intersection with gender studies, migration studies, and studies of race, ethnicity, and nationalism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
In Coffee: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2019), Jonathan Morris discusses the diverse cast of caffeinated characters who drank coffee, why and where they did so, as well as how it was prepared and what it tasted like. He identifies the regions and ways in which coffee has been grown, who worked the farms and who owned them, and how the beans were processed, traded, and transported. Morris also explores the businesses behind coffee—the brokers, roasters, and machine manufacturers—and dissects the geopolitics linking producers to consumers. Written in a style as invigorating as that first cup of Java, and featuring fantastic recipes, images, stories, and surprising facts, Coffee will fascinate foodies, food historians, baristas, and the many people who regard this ancient brew as a staple of modern life. Jonathan Morris is research professor in Modern History at the University of Hertfordshire, and Vice-President of the Royal Historical Society. He is an historian of consumption and consumer societies. Jonathan has also published Coffee: The Comprehensive Guide to the Bean, the Beverage and the Industry; and is a judge for the Specialty Coffee Association's Best New Product Awards. Instagram and Twitter: @coffeehistoryJM. Listen to Jonathan's “A History of Coffee." Amir Sayadabdi is a lecturer in Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington. He is mainly interested in anthropology of food and its intersection with gender studies, migration studies, and studies of race, ethnicity, and nationalism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs
In Coffee: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2019), Jonathan Morris discusses the diverse cast of caffeinated characters who drank coffee, why and where they did so, as well as how it was prepared and what it tasted like. He identifies the regions and ways in which coffee has been grown, who worked the farms and who owned them, and how the beans were processed, traded, and transported. Morris also explores the businesses behind coffee—the brokers, roasters, and machine manufacturers—and dissects the geopolitics linking producers to consumers. Written in a style as invigorating as that first cup of Java, and featuring fantastic recipes, images, stories, and surprising facts, Coffee will fascinate foodies, food historians, baristas, and the many people who regard this ancient brew as a staple of modern life. Jonathan Morris is research professor in Modern History at the University of Hertfordshire, and Vice-President of the Royal Historical Society. He is an historian of consumption and consumer societies. Jonathan has also published Coffee: The Comprehensive Guide to the Bean, the Beverage and the Industry; and is a judge for the Specialty Coffee Association's Best New Product Awards. Instagram and Twitter: @coffeehistoryJM. Listen to Jonathan's “A History of Coffee." Amir Sayadabdi is a lecturer in Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington. He is mainly interested in anthropology of food and its intersection with gender studies, migration studies, and studies of race, ethnicity, and nationalism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all around us. Do you see it? Do you know when you're experiencing it? From your friend suggestions to your thermostat, from chat bots to Google searches, AI is ever-present and always learning. With enough power to help during a global health crisis and enough specificity to help resolve your personal banking dispute, the use cases for AI are truly endless – with opportunities spanning across industries. Three experts, consultant Nia Christian, researcher Peter van der Putten, and CEO and Founder of NewVantage Partners Randy Bean discuss what AI is and where to look for the data that's used to power it. Key Takeaways: [2:58] What is artificial intelligence, and why should it matter to your organization? AI is already very much immersed in our lives, from social media friend suggestions to driving a Tesla, predictive text, even passport, and ID scanners. AI is everything from Roombas to full-scale robotic, back down to Zoom calls and banking apps. [4:47] AI is an ever-changing definition, but one constant is that the processes require loads of data to build intelligence. AI data processing can save lives if we know what data to look at. [5:41] As a Big Data and AI thought leader, Randy has some important examples of how AI helped in the time of COVID, to accelerate vaccines and help us learn from data. [6:30] For Peter, he is most excited about the impact technology will have on society. He discusses an example of how the Commonwealth Bank of Australia not only used customer data to deliver better customer empathy through AI but built its AI systems around delivering financial well-being. [9:15] Randy explains how organizations must optimize first hand, with an example of working with the US Department of Defense to help them learn how to use their data more effectively in case of a drone strike. [11:48] What data matters, and how can you tell the difference between useful data and excess? Randy explains that it is synergistic, and your digital system must interact with your real-world system, not seek to replace it. We also must plan for how it will affect everyone from our vendors to our customers, employees, and CEOs. [14:49] It will be up to us to take control of how we apply our technology if we want to make sure that our AI programs do not harm anyone. [17:49] The key principle will be to make sure our AI accounts for mistakes and biases, and that it is empathetic and accessible to everyone. [19:08] AI already responds to user values based on clicks and engagement, especially in social media. How does this translate into us holding AI responsible for its “intelligence” and decision-making? Peter suggests that AI is a reflection of our values and our actions, and it's possible we can use that information to foster human connection and support. [22:00] Developing useful and ethical AI means putting in the work ourselves and knowing what your organization or mission stands for. Quotes: [6:30] “I think what I'm most excited for is all of the people that the technology is going to impact.” - Peter [10:40] “Organizations are drowning in a sea of data, essential data, that could be used more effectively towards their goals, which could have small and large scale implications.” - Jo [12:08] You need to be laser-focused in terms of understanding what data is most important and what data is most crucial.” - Randy [13:39] Whenever new technologies are brought into an organization, people effectively have to change their behaviors. These are things that can take years, and in some instances, even decades.” - Randy [17:23] If we want computers to learn values we aspire to, we must first be clear about what those values are.” - Jo [22:08] “Eliminating biases and implementing AI programs that treat customers and clients the way you'd like to be treated seems to be at the heart of successful data transformation.” - Jo Continue on your journey: pega.com/podcast Mentioned: Nia Christian Digital Fastforward Peter van der Putten Randy Bean Fail Fast, Learn Faster
This week we are joined by Ali Mehedi! Ali is a New York City based standup comedian who has performed at comedy clubs all over North America and even got to perform in Bangkok, Thailand. He was featured at the New York City 2018 FunnYmmigrants Comedy, was one of the NYC semi-finalists in the 2018 StandUp NBC Competition and won the 2019 Boston Satellite for the World Series of Comedy!In this episode we discuss growing up in Bangladesh, climbing fruit trees, having strict academic parents, playing cricket, moving to Canada and then to the United States, making friends through sports, and so much more! We really delve into learning about Bangladesh in this episode! Give it a listen! Ali also have some great shows coming up! Check him out!Follow Ali: @ali.mehediFollow the podcast: @aloneatlunchpodCarly: @carlyjmontagEmily: @thefunnywalshEmail us! Aloneatlunch@gmail.com**LEAVE US A RATING AND REVIEW**
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Jump in with Carlos Juico and special guest Josh Nugent on Episode 51 of JUMPERS JUMP. This episode we discuss the power of the mind, Ghost footage of Manchester, Real death games of Russia, Solipsim Theory, Secret inventor of the Internet Theory, Mr. Bean Theory, Simulations Theories, Tupac Theory, Josh's cursed fruit doll story, Brain in a jar Theory and much more!
Once the pandemic hit, stores became vulnerable, and retail headquarters began sending out 3X the amount of information to stores. Hy-Vee, L.L.Bean, Fjällräven, Sephora, and American Eagle Outfitters became customers during the pandemic, among others. People in the retail trenches created zipline. They have been there and know the execution struggle inside and out. This is not technology for the sake of technology. This solution was designed to truly help people (brands, operators, communicators, and stores) achieve their goals by a team that truly knows the grind, barriers, and struggle of achieving them. Their goal is to enable all customers to be the best version of themselves: every day, in every location. Melissa Wong, CEO & Co-Founder of Zipline, shares the inspirational tech startup story behind the company. She shares how they are helping a c-store be speedy, efficient, and contact-less.
Join in on a coaching call with Jenni of Nollie + Bean, a creative quilter and pattern writer. Jenni reached out to Elizabeth, of Quilters Candy, after listening to several Craft to Career Podcasts. She wanted to share her success after implementing some of what she had learned. Elizabeth discusses with Jenni the details of what she discovered and how those things improved her business. She then takes on some new challenges from Elizabeth to help her further her business growth even that much more!
It's an out of pocket 5Quad reunion!! Including: NEVER HAVE I EVER, biggest pet peeves of living together, a 5Quad lyrical fill in the blank game... and Nick & Edwin ask what's going on with Jordyn & Zach!! Check out our great sponsors! Raycon: Go to BuyRaycon.com/jordyn to unlock exclusive deals up to 20% off your Raycon order! Marshall: Use code JJ15 for 15% off any Bluetooth speaker at marshallheadphones.com Express: Find a fit for every RSVP in store or at Express.com
Henry Bean, the writer/director of “The Believer” which is based upon the true story of a New York Jew who became a Long Island Nazi and killed himself after being outed by the New York Times…is a comedy. Bean joins the podcast to unpack the film which launched Ryan Gosling's film career. Directed by Henry Bean. Starring Ryan Gosling, Summer Phoenix, Theresa Russell, Billy Zane, Garret Dillahunt, Joel Marsh Garland, Glenn Fitzgerald, A.D. Miles, Eilzabeth Reaser, Tovah Feldshuh, Judah Lazarus and, in a brief un-credited appearance, Natasha Leggero How is the world wrong about this movie? From Andras: As a comedy, this film isn't an easy one to laugh with but once you get its wavelength…once you know laughter is permissible…it only gets darker. Imagine Polanski doing an episode of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” with a young Ryan Gosling and then decide if it's something you want to see, or notsee. Find all of our episodes at www.theworldiswrongpodcast.com Follow us on Instagram @theworldiswrongpodcast Follow us on Twitter @worldiswrongpod Follow us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKE5tmbr-I_hLe_W9pUqXag The World Is Wrong theme written, produced and performed by Andras Jones Check out: The Director's Wall with Bryan Connolly & AJ Gonzalez & The Radio8Ball Show hosted by Andras Jones See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Peaches and Cream ain't about oatmeal, y'all. Remember when Lil Wayne had us singing about licking his lollipop? And, did you know that beets and cranberry sauce aren't the same thing? Check out this episode where Dakota and Chorsie discuss some of their worst food stories, why they shouldn't be left alone together, and why they can never stay on topic. CHARITY STREAM - 11.12.2021 - 9:30AM EST Keep It 100 Productions is proud to be doing our first ever CHARITY EVENT! We will be participating in a 12+ Hour Mario Party Tournament streamed LIVE as we raise money for Huckleberry House, Inc. ! Please join us on Friday, November 12th at 9:30am on YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook as we work towards raising money for such an amazing organization. Links: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxWpMAzGEAQ Twitch.tv: twitch.tv/keepit100_pod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/edit/2732419497058782 SUPPORT ON PATREON Get access to live shows, bonus content, discounts on merch, and exclusive episode! Go to patreon.com/keepit100_pod to sign up today! STAY UP TO DATE Go to ki100pod.com for more updates for our show! Sign up for our free newsletter to get emails when we release new episodes and news about special promotions & events! BUY OUR MERCH Visit ki100pod.com/merch to buy our merch! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/keepit100-pod/support
Rebroadcast of our first live audio show originally aired March 14 2021. Hosted by Rick Hogg and Mark Kelley. Support the show by becoming a member of the OTR Patreon Page! Kill Cliff ! Use PROMO CODE: OTR15 Combat Flip Flops ! Use PROMO CODE: OTR25 Alpha Elite Performance ! Use PROMO CODE: OTR15 Battle Brothers Shaving Co ! Use PROMO CODE: OnTheRange15 Go visit the Patreon Page for exclusive content and training tips! Kelley Defense War HOGG Tactical Patreon On The Range Podcast Web Sites: warhogg.com www.kelleydefense.com Instaragm: On The Range Podcast War HOGG Tactical Kelley Defense #ontherangepodcast #rickhogg #markkelley -Rick Hogg is a 29 year US Army Special Operation Combat Veteran. Rick has taken his 13 combat deployments, both in Iraq and Afghanistan, and teaching experience as a Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat instructor and harnessed them into War HOGG Tactical, Inc. -Mark Kelley is a US Army Combat veteran and 28 year major city Law Enforcement Officer. Mark turned his military, tactical officer, and dignitary protection team leader experience into Kelley Defense. Mark has trained Military, Law Enforcement and civilian personnel.
In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: "How Would Sean Bean Have Died" in 2010's comedy horror film, "Tucker & Dale vs. Evil". I am joined by several of our listeners LIVE via Bullhorn.fmMake sure not to miss our next live show - https://www.oswpodcast.com/live -Join On Second Watch as we explore what role would be perfect for Sean Bean to play (Lead, Supporting, or Cameo) and share our take on how that character would ultimately meet his demise.----------*NEW* Become a member exclusively on Ko-fi for as little as $1 per month. Access to our personal Discord server, Ad-free RSS feed, merch, and more awaits! Join today - https://ko-fi.com/movie/tiers -----------If you'd like to join us on future episodes of HWSBHD, support us on Ko-fi and we'll schedule a recording with you - www.ko-fi.com/movie -Request a personalized shout out - https://ko-fi.com/movie -Commission a movie review of your choice! - https://ko-fi.com/movie/commissions -Check out all our episodes and subscribe – www.oswpodcast.com -Twitter – www.twitter.com/oswpodcast1 -Facebook – www.facebook.com/oswpodcast -Instagram – www.instagram.com/oswpodcast -
Dear Internet, On this weeks episode, Michael and Jennifer are out because of weather, but we have special guest Nika Howard and Jessy Kimmen! This week we discuss ruining a prank and espresso, and mountain dew. We would greatly appreciate if you could leave us a 5-star review on your podcast app of choice! If …
This is episode is chock-full-o-fun: a quick recap of our live show in Nashville, plus some reflections on this past weekend's college football activity (we need not speak of the State / Alabama game). Are there Side Eyes and I See Yous? OF COURSE THERE ARE. Also, we have the first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide on this episode - gifts for teenage girls and guys - because we know that in some instances shipping is taking a little longer. AND we have Five Favorites from Melanie - always a treat! Hope y'all enjoy! - Our Amazon Shop - Become a Patron Show Notes: - Coach O is leaving LSU - Cowboys beat the Patriots in OT - Things got heated in Knoxville Gift Ideas for Teenage Girls: - Kodak Printomatic Instant Camera - AE Offline The Hugger High-Waisted Flare Leggings - Marleylilly Packing Cubes - can get monogrammed - Gold initial layering necklace - Olive & June mani system - SPLURGE: Lily & Bean cosmetic straw vanity case - Aerie Kick It High-Waisted Flare Pants - weighted blanket - Old Navy plaid shacket - Maison Margiela Replica Discovery Set - Shelby Vafanis' scripture calendar (such a great stocking stuffer) - SPLURGE: Aviator Nation striped sweatpants and/or Aviator Nation trucker hats - Grace Upon Grace by Sophie - All in All by Sophie - Fearless Faith (for tween girls) by Melanie - Everyday Holy by Melanie Gift Ideas for Teenage Guys: - Mission Mercantile bird bags - NFL New Era 39 Thirty Flex hat - 47 Brand sports apparel - Old Navy flannel pajama pants - ENO Trail Flyer outdoor game - Hooded flannel shirt jacket - Duke Cannon Thick gift set - Duke Cannon Big A$$ Brick of Soap 3-pack - Survival Kit (great for a glove compartment) - SPLURGE: Sony Plus wireless headset (only for PlayStation) or Elite wireless headset (for several different platforms) (If you want all your links in a handy Google Doc, here's our working Gift Guide document...and we'll add next week's gifts to this same doc.) - locking magnetic clasp for layering necklaces - Parker & Hyde neoprene camo tote - The Pioneer Woman Cooks Super Easy cookbook - "Easy on Me" by Adele - the Walmart blazer that Melanie wore in the Nashville live show Sponsors: - Prose (use this link for your free, in-depth hair consultation and 15% off hair supplements) - Thrive Causemetics (use this link for 15% off your first order) - Hello Fresh (use promo code BIGBOO14 for up to 14 free meals)