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The Acts 29 Podcast
Evangelistic Priority: Keeping Your First Love with Hunter Beaumont

The Acts 29 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 41:45


The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Podcast
533: Pipe Maker Tim Beaumont. Holiday Gift Guide.

The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 61:50


Our featured interview tonight is with Tim Beaumont from Papa Bear's Pipes. In 2018, Tim quit his job to pursue his passion of wood-working, and began making furniture. He had a piece of walnut wood that looked like it would make a nice pipe, so he made one. Next, he made one from the more traditional briar. Then he made another, and another and so on. We've heard similar stories before. Tim's pipes are beautiful works of art in classic, and freehand shapes. At the top of the show, Brian will have his annual gift giving ideas for pipe smokers.

Side Quests Episode 191: Banjo-Kazooie with Steven Beaumont

"Fun" and Games Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 6:50


Side Quests is back and this episode's host is podcaster and adventurous bear out to save his sister, Steven Beaumont! The game he is talking about today is Banjo-Kazooie by Rare and Nintendo! You can also find this episode's host on twitter and listen to his podcast here! 

Eagle Community Church of Christ
Parables of Jesus: The Soils/Sower

Eagle Community Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 37:05


From the Eagle Community Church of Christ in Mont Belvieu, TX. Jordan Santos talks about the parable of the soils/sower. What does this parable tell us about who we are?YouTube video of this sermonhttps://youtu.be/t4f1Y1DE8mQChurch Websitehttps://www.eaglechurchofchrist.com Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/eaglecommunitychurchofchrist 

RSN Racing Pulse
Chris Beaumont - Rosehill preview

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 11:05


Chris Beaumont joins Racing Pulse with his look at Rosehill races tomorrow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Wheelhouse with Jake Asman, Cody Stoots, & Brad Kellner
1243: 11/22/2022 The Wheelhouse Hour 1

The Wheelhouse with Jake Asman, Cody Stoots, & Brad Kellner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 51:21


On the road out at Modelos Sports Cantina in Beaumont, in the opening hour of the show the guys discuss if the Texans are the least relevant team in the NFL, how they can get themselves off this current path that they're on, the 49ers dominant win over the Cardinals on MNF last night, and they go through some of the day's biggest NFL headlines during Around the League.

UnCommon
UnCommon: The Speed of Community #14

UnCommon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 23:42


UnCommon: The Speed of Community (#14)Episode 13About UnCommon:A Podcast + Online Resource for the UnCommon Follower of Jesus Christ. Our Mission is to Resource & Release disciples to make an UnCommon Impact in every sphere of Influence. Hosted by Cody Graves--Find UnCommon Online!

Flixwatcher: A Netflix Film Review Podcast
Episode # 276 Bladerunner 2049 with Leslie Pitt and from Fatal Attractions and Reece Beaumont

Flixwatcher: A Netflix Film Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 47:23


Leslie Pitt (Fatal Attractions podcast and Hustlers of Culture podcast) and Reece Beaumont (Reos Positive POV) join Flixwatcher remotely to review Leslie's choice Blade Runner 2049. Blade Runner 2049 in a 2017 sequel to Ridley Scott's Blade Runner (1982), directed by Denis Villeneuve it stars Ryan Gosling as K/Joe as Nexus-9 replicant working for the LAPD as a “blade runner” who retires (kills) rogue replicants. While on a job he discovers a box containing remains of a replicant that had a caesarean, proving that replicants can reproduce. His superior Lt. Joshi (Robin Wright) fears this knowledge could start a war between humans and replicants and orders K to cover the truth. The supporting cast also includes Harrison Ford (reprising his role as Deckard), Ana de Armas in her breakout role, Mackenzie Davis, Dave Bautista and David Dastmalchian. Blade Runner 2049 also earned Sir Roger Deakins his very much deserved first Oscar for Best Cinematography on his 14th nomination. Scores for Blade Runner 2049 were mixed, there were a few caveats to the scores for recommendability and due to the incredible cinematography low scores for small screen. However, it still manages to score a respectable 3.62 overall.   [supsystic-tables id=288 Episode #276 Crew Links Thanks to Episode #276 Crew of Leslie Pitt (@Afrofilmviewer) and Reece Beaumont from (@ReosPositivePOV) Find their Websites online at https://twitter.com/Setthetape and at https://twitter.com/empiremagazine and at https://twitter.com/FatalAttractPod and at https://twitter.com/CultureHustlers and at https://linktr.ee/ReosPositivePOV Please make sure you give them some love   More about Bladerunner 2049 For more info on Bladerunner 2049, you can visit Bladerunner 2049 IMDb page here or Bladerunner 2049 Rotten Tomatoes page here. Final Plug! Subscribe, Share and Review us on iTunes If you enjoyed this episode of Flixwatcher Podcast you probably know other people who will like it too! Please share it with your friends and family, review us, and join us across ALL of the Social Media links below. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Cordial Catholic
180: An Evangelical Exodus? (w/ Dr. Douglas Beaumont)

The Cordial Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 59:36


In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I'm joined by one of our favourite guests of all time, Dr. Douglas Beaumont, to talk about Evangelical Christian conversions to Catholicism. Doug is a convert himself and a former student, then instructor, at Southern Evangelical Seminary where he worked, as a graduate student, under the late Evangelical theologian Dr. Norman Geisler. Dr. Beaumont tells the story of his own conversion – borne out of looking into the Bible's origins and authority – and the how, why's, and when's of other Evangelical Christians and their conversions to Catholicism.Doug was the very first guest on the podcast nearly four years ago and he's always a welcome visitor – his insights in this episode, as always, are incredible. To find more from Dr. Beaumount visit his website and check out his fantastic YouTube channel as well.Send your feedback to cordialcatholic@gmail.com. Sign up for our newsletter for my reflections on  episodes, behind-the-scenes content, and exclusive contests.To watch this and other episodes please visit (and subscribe to!) our YouTube channel.Please consider financially supporting this show! For more information visit the Patreon page.  All patrons receive access to exclusive content and if you can give $5/mo or more you'll also be entered into monthly draws for fantastic books hand-picked by me.If you'd like to give a one-time donation to The Cordial Catholic, you can visit the PayPal page.Thank you to those already supporting the show!Check out Former Ruins on Band Camp, Apple Music, Spotify, and wherever you find good music. This podcast is brought to you in a special way by our Patreon Co-Producers Gina, Eyram, Susanne, Elli and Tom, Kelvin and Susan, and Stephen.Support the showFind and follow The Cordial Catholic on social media:Instagram: @cordialcatholicTwitter: @cordialcatholicYouTube: /thecordialcatholicFacebook: The Cordial CatholicTikTok: @cordialcatholic

The Wheelhouse with Jake Asman, Cody Stoots, & Brad Kellner
1243: 11/22/2022 The Wheelhouse Hour 4

The Wheelhouse with Jake Asman, Cody Stoots, & Brad Kellner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 47:31


In the final hour of a road show out at Modelos Sports Cantina in Beaumont the guys go through the Astros most realistic competition for JV, they properly react or overreact to more of BK's Week 11 takeaways, they have some fun with a historic World Cup upset during Quick Hits, and as always they close the show by naming a new Champ of the Day.

The Wheelhouse with Jake Asman, Cody Stoots, & Brad Kellner
1243: 11/22/2022 The Wheelhouse Hour 3

The Wheelhouse with Jake Asman, Cody Stoots, & Brad Kellner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 51:01


On the road out at Modelos Sports Cantina in Beaumont, in the 3rd hour of the show the guys discuss just irrelevant the Texans are in the overall sports landscape, Cody shares his simple 2-step plan to fix things over at NRG, they try to find the Texans next long-term head coach, and they go through some of the day's biggest NFL stories during Around the League. 

The Wheelhouse with Jake Asman, Cody Stoots, & Brad Kellner
1243: 11/22/2022 The Wheelhouse Hour 2

The Wheelhouse with Jake Asman, Cody Stoots, & Brad Kellner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 48:19


On the road out at Modelos Sports Cantina in Beaumont, in the 2nd hour of the show the guys go through the most likely landing spots for Justin Verlander, discuss a wild story out of the world of CFB, overreact or properly react to a few of BK's takes from Week 11, and they have some fun on a slightly Thanksgiving-themed Hypothetical Tuesday. 

Don’t Call Me Resilient
Why isn't anyone talking about who gets long COVID?

Don’t Call Me Resilient

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 25:10


If you don't pay close attention to news about COVID, you might think the pandemic is nearly over. But for the millions of people worldwide suffering from long COVID, that couldn't be further from the truth. And the number of those experiencing long-term symptoms keeps growing: At least one in five of us infected with the virus go on to develop long COVID.The effects of long COVID are staggering. Researchers say it can lead to: blood clots, heart disease, damage to the blood vessels, neurological issues, cognitive impairment, nerve damage, chronic pain and extreme fatigue.And there is no treatment for long COVID.So why don't we hear more about long COVID? Why haven't governments warned people about the risks we face with infection? Especially now that most mask mandates have been dumped.It might be that this debilitating disease is largely overlooked because of who gets it:Almost 80 per cent of longhaulers are women. And in the United States, where our guest today is from, many of those suffering from the prevailing conditions of COVID are women of colour, with Black and Latinx people most likely to get the illness.Our guest on this episode is Margot Gage Witvliet, assistant professor at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. Margot is a social epidemiologist who studies health disparities, including as they relate to long COVID and has presented her research findings to the United States Health Equity Task Force on COVID-19.Margot is also a Black woman living with long COVID and has created a support and advocacy group for women of colour.Listen and FollowYou can listen to or follow Don't Call Me Resilient on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to your favourite podcasts. We'd love to hear from you, including any ideas for future episodes. Join The Conversation on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok and use #DontCallMeResilient.

Audio Devocional

«Pero tú, hombre de Dios… Presenta la buena batalla de la fe...» (1 Timoteo 6:11-12) Cuando te encuentres entre la espada y la pared, no le ruegues a Dios que derribe la pared por ti. Así no es como Él obra. Dios te dará el plan. Te dará el poder, y te garantizará la victoria. Pero serás tú, no Él, el instrumento que Dios utilizará para hacer lo que Él quiere. Sin embargo, deberás extender tu mano al declarar la Palabra y ponerla en práctica, aún cuando las circunstancias estén en tu contra. Hace 42 años, Dios me dio una revelación impresionante por medio de una visión que tuve en Beaumont, Texas. Estaba orando, preparándome para ministrar en el servicio, cuando de repente me vi de pie en el púlpito de la iglesia. Al mirar hacia arriba vi un dragón ―horroroso― metiendo su cabeza por la puerta de la iglesia. A medida que entraba, su cuerpo se expandía como un globo, invadiendo todo el lugar. El dragón lanzaba fuego y humo.  Cuando en la visión dirigió el fuego hacia mí ¡casi me quemó la ropa! Mientras caía al suelo vi a Jesús cerca de mí con una espada en Su mano. ¿Por qué Jesús no hace algo?, pensé. ¿No puede ver que me están hiriendo? Pero Jesús ni se movió. Sólo se limitó a fruncir el ceño. Noté que estaba bien molesto conmigo. En la Biblia leemos que Dios no estaba complacido con aquellos que se quedaron derrotados en el desierto (1 Corintios 10:5). A Él tampoco le agradó verme tendido en el suelo, derrotado. Fue entonces cuando me ofreció la espada, apuntando hacia el dragón. Su rostro me decía: ¡levántate! Extendí mi mano para tomar la espada, y un instante antes de tocarla, Jesús la soltó. La espada quedó suspendida en el aire. La tomé y comencé a ponerme de pie. No sólo se mantuvo firme en el aire, ¡sino que empezó a elevarme! Cuando me incorporé, toqué el mentón del dragón con la espada y al hacerlo, el dragón se partió a lo largo. Pude ver con mis propios ojos al dragón partido en dos. Con asombro, observé la espada. ¿Por qué no la había usado antes?, pensé. No esperes que Dios mate al dragón de tu vida. Tienes a tu alcance la espada del Espíritu: la Palabra invencible del Dios viviente. ¡Tómala y comienza a utilizarla! Lectura bíblica: Josué 11:5-23   © 1997 – 2019 Eagle Mountain International Church Inc., también conocida como Ministerios Kenneth Copeland / Kenneth Copeland Ministries. Todos los derechos reservados.

Eagle Community Church of Christ
Parables of Jesus: Banquet & Two Sons

Eagle Community Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 26:58


From the Eagle Community Church of Christ in Mont Belvieu, TX. This week we look at the Parable of the Banquet and the Parable of the Two Sons. Jesus wants to relay some important messages to the religious leaders of the day, so what is it he may be telling us?YouTube video of this sermonhttps://youtu.be/-SDuUI-ty84Church Websitehttps://www.eaglechurchofchrist.com Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/eaglecommunitychurchofchrist 

Schwarze Akte - True Crime
#126 Das Rätsel von Zimmer 348

Schwarze Akte - True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 60:20


Als in Zimmer 348 des Eleganté Hotels in Beaumont, Texas, ein lebloser Körper gefunden wird, deutet zunächst alles auf eine natürliche Todesursache hin. Das Geld ist noch da, es gibt keine Anzeichen für einen Kampf und die Tür war verschlossen. Doch das Ergebnis der Gerichtsmedizin lässt diesen Fall in einem ganz neuen Licht dastehen. ***Werbung*** Die Links und Infos zu unseren Werbepartnern findet ihr unter https://linktr.ee/schwarzeakte ***Schwarze Akte - Das Buch*** Am 15. November erscheint das Buch zur Schwarzen Akte. Hier könnt ihr es vorbestellen: www.schwarzeakte.de/buch ***Mord am Wochenende*** Die neuen Folgen der Schwarzen Akte könnt ihr auch ohne Werbung und schon am Samstag für 2,99€ / Monat hören! Weitere Infos hört ihr hier: https://bit.ly/akte-werbefrei ***Fallvorschläge*** Du hast von einem mysteriösen Fall gehört, den wir uns mal genauer anschauen sollten? Gerne immer her damit! Damit wir keinen Fall übersehen, schick uns deinen Vorschlag am besten über unser Formular. Das findest du unter www.bit.ly/akte-vorschlag Danke für deine Unterstützung! ***Links zum Fall*** Fotos des MCM Eleganté Hotel: https://bit.ly/akte126-hotel1 https://bit.ly/akte126-hotel2 *** „Unusual Suscpects“-Doku, deutsche Version „Fatales Vertrauen“: https://bit.ly/akte126-doku *** RTL-Video mit Animation (bei 4:02 auch Foto von dem Einschussloch mit Zahnpasta): https://bit.ly/akte126-rtl *** Website von Ken Brennan: https://bit.ly/akte126-brennan *** Artikel in der „Vanity Fair“: https://bit.ly/akte126-artikel1 *** Artikel über Greg in „The Daily Advertiser“: https://bit.ly/akte126-artikel2 ***Wir übernehmen keine Haftung für die Inhalte externer Links*** Herzlich willkommen bei der Schwarzen Akte - dem Mystery True Crime Podcast. Es sind Details, die ein gewöhnliches Verbrechen von einem unglaublichen Mysterium unterscheiden. Wir stellen euch hier Fälle vor, bei denen sich eure Nackenhaare sträuben und von denen ihr bislang steif und fest behauptet hättet, dass so etwas nie im Leben passieren kann. Jeden Dienstag veröffentlichen wir eine neue Folge mit außergewöhnlichen Kriminalfällen und überlegen, ob auch an der merkwürdigsten Spekulation doch ein Fünkchen Wahrheit zu erkennen ist. Schreibt uns gern eure Theorien an schwarzeakte@julep.de, auf Instagram an @schwarzeakte, auf Facebook an @SchwarzeAktePodcast oder auf YouTube an @SchwarzeAkteTrueCrimePodcast Hosts: Anne Luckmann & Christopher Bücklein Redaktion: Johanna Müssiger Produktion: Falko Schulte Eine Produktion der Julep Studios ***SPOILER*** In diesem Fall wurde ein Urteil gesprochen.

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved

Subscribers to the podcast get to hear the radio show immediately after it airs – including the Sudden Death Overtime content! And Patreon members (https://WeirdDarkness.com/patrons) get the commercial-free version! HOUR ONE: In December of 2019 the Pentagon did a one-eighty in its claim that it was investigating UFO activity. It now says certain programs previously said to have done so, did not have anything to do with aliens and extraterrestrials. (Pentagon U-F-NOS) *** Queen Elizabeth I once said, “I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king and of a king of England too.” It appears she may also have had a stomach for murder. (Was Queen Elizabeth I a Murderer?) *** A young girl's imaginary friend turns out to not be imaginary – and they've found her bones to prove it. (Bones of a Ghost) *** Was a woman in New York City abducted in 1989 by a UFO? (The Manhattan Alien Abduction)SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“Pentagon U-F-NOS” by Jazz Shaw for Hot Air: https://tinyurl.com/yfmztwz7 “Was Queen Elizabeth I a Murderer?” by Les Hewitt for Historic Mysteries: https://tinyurl.com/yk635tfv “Bones of a Ghost” from the Ledger-Enquirer: (link not available)“The Manhattan Alien Abduction” by Billy Booth for Live About: https://tinyurl.com/yhc65rrf = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =HOUR TWO: In January 1966, three children vanished from the seaside suburb of Glenelg, in Adelaide, Australia. Was the sudden disappearance of the Beaumont children murder… misadventure… or something else? (The Disappearance of the Beaumont Children) *** Stories like Sweeny Todd and Soylent Green (warning – spoilers!) include the imagery of humans eating humans. But when it happens in real life, we still somehow find it morbidly fascinating… even entertaining. (The Butcher of Chicago) *** Some people say they can sense good or bad energy when they enter a place or meet other people. Is this scientifically possible? (Sensing Evil In Places and People)SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“Sensing Evil In Places and People” by Cynthia McKanzie for Message to Eagle: https://tinyurl.com/yjdxmmdk and https://tinyurl.com/yjonkvdb “The Butcher of Chicago” from Chicago Hauntings: https://tinyurl.com/yz7qka7l “The Disappearance of the Beaumont Children” by Stephen Karadjis for Crime Traveller: https://tinyurl.com/yg7u6zt3 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =SUDDEN DEATH OVERTIME: A bizarre health movement from the 1800s required patients to walk everywhere only on their toes and the balls of their feet. Always. Why? We'll look at the bizarre health practice of Ralstonism. (The Strange History of Ralstonism)SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“The Strange History of Ralstonism” by Jake Rossen for Mental Floss: https://tinyurl.com/ydvbouxw = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music, varying by episode, provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony: https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t, Midnight Syndicate: http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ, Kevin MacLeod: https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu, Tony Longworth: https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7, and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu: https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8 is used with permission. 

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Paint The Town Podcast
Episode 199 - Skill Rock

Paint The Town Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 61:50


Skill Rock is a legendary graffiti writer from Los Angeles, CA and co-founder of the UTI graffiti crew. Topics: Hip Hop Roots, Parties at Beaumont, UTI, STP, Old English, Gang Styles, and other calligraphy styles, Snap, Bus Writing, Tag Banging, + More.

Today in Manufacturing
Beaumont Machine; Bridge Collapse; New Flying Car | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 92

Today in Manufacturing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 84:43


The Today in Manufacturing Podcast is brought to you by the editors from Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN). In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week: - DeLorean's Daughter to Build New Model in Detroit- OSHA Proposes Steep Penalties After 7th Worker Severely Injured- Flying Car Can Drive on Streets, Take Off and Land Vertically- Suspension Bridge Collapse Kills at Least 133 in India- Owners Reacquire EDM Company Nearly 10 Years After SellingIn Case You Missed It- Hunt for Deep Sea Minerals Draws Scrutiny- Salary Transparency Laws Aim to Combat Pay Disparities- Stellantis Offers Buyouts to U.S. Workers Aged 55+Sponsor: Security Breach PodcastRegardless of what you might hear, supply chain disruptions, labor challenges and low-cost foreign competition are not the biggest threats to U.S. manufacturers. Ransomware gangs, phishing schemes and IP theft now top this list. That's why the Security Breach podcast, hosted by Jeff Reinke, takes these hackers to task, examining how groups like REvil and Exotic Lilly are able to organize their attacks and how the industrial sector can protect themselves against tools like Cobalt Strike and Raspberry Robin.Please make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review. Finally, to email the podcast, you can reach any of us at David, Jeff or David [at] ien.com, with “Email the Podcast” in the subject line.

Passion Médiévistes
Épisode 70 – Sarah et Gautier de Nemours

Passion Médiévistes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 40:18


Dans cet épisode de Passion Médiévistes, Sarah Casano-Skaghammar nous fait découvrir les “nouveaux hommes” à la cour des rois de France au milieu du Moyen Âge, et plus particulièrement le parcours de Gautier de Nemours. Elle prépare une thèse sur le sujet “Une famille dans l'hôtel du roi. Les Nemours-Villebéon et leurs alliés : Beaumont, Clément et Cornut.” sous la direction de Martin Aurell au CESCM (Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale) à l'université de Poitiers. ▪ Infos sur le podcast Créé et produit par Fanny Cohen Moreau depuis 2017. ➡ Soutenir le podcast > https://passionmedievistes.fr/soutenir/ ➡ Instagram > https://instagram.com/passionmedievistes/ ➡ Facebook > https://facebook.com/PassionMedievistes ➡ Twitter > https://twitter.com/PMedievistes ➡ Plus d'infos sur cet épisode > https://passionmedievistes.fr/ep-70-sarah-gauthier-de-nemours

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
Houston Cougars Basketball Season Preview 2022-2023 | The College Basketball Experience (Ep. 208)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 34:57


The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming basketball season for the Houston Cougars. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) and Ryan McIntyre (@Moneyline_Mac) break down the Houston roster and highlight what they did in recruiting and the transfer portal this offseason. Can Kelvin Sampson and the Cougars cut down the nets in April?   OUTGOING 610 F Josh Carlton (12 pts, 6 reb, 1 blk) 6'4 G Kyler Edwards (14 pts, 6 reb, 3 ast) 6'8 F Fabian White (13 pts, 6 reb) 6'5 G Taze Moore (10 pts, 5 reb, 2 stl) INCOMING 6'2 G Mylik Wilson (Transfer from Texas Tech – 3 pts, 2 reb) 6'8 F Jerace Walker (Freshman - Ranked #11 from New Freedom, PA) 6'5 G Terrance Arceneaux (Freshman - Ranked 40 from Beaumont, TX) Projected Roster Starting 5 1 – 6'1 JR. Jamal Shead (10 pts, 3 reb, 6 ast) 2 – 6'2 SR. Marcus Sasser (18 pts, 3 ast, 44% 3pt) 3 – 6'5 JR. Tramon Mark (10 pts, 2 reb) 4 – 6'8 FR. Jerace Walker (Freshman - Ranked #11 from New Freedom, PA) 5 – 6'8 SR. Reggie Chaney (3 pts, 2 reb) Preseason Tournament: Cougar Classic (November 14th & 16th – Houston, TX) Play Oral Roberts on November 14th. Play Texas Southern on November 16th. Rest of Non-Conference Schedule: November 7th – Northern Colorado November 11th – vs St. Joseph's (Veterans Classic in Annapolis, MD) November 20th – at Oregon November 26th - Kent St November 29th - Norfolk St December 3rd - vs St. Mary's (Fort Worth, TX) December 6th - North Florida December 10th - Alabama December 13th - North Carolina A&T December 17th - at Virginia December 21st - McNeese SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Support for this episode - OddsTrader.com/bluewire | Fubo.tv/sgp  Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The College Basketball Experience
Houston Cougars Basketball Season Preview 2022-2023 (Ep. 208)

The College Basketball Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 34:57


The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming basketball season for the Houston Cougars. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) and Ryan McIntyre (@Moneyline_Mac) break down the Houston roster and highlight what they did in recruiting and the transfer portal this offseason. Can Kelvin Sampson and the Cougars cut down the nets in April?   OUTGOING 610 F Josh Carlton (12 pts, 6 reb, 1 blk) 6'4 G Kyler Edwards (14 pts, 6 reb, 3 ast) 6'8 F Fabian White (13 pts, 6 reb) 6'5 G Taze Moore (10 pts, 5 reb, 2 stl) INCOMING 6'2 G Mylik Wilson (Transfer from Texas Tech – 3 pts, 2 reb) 6'8 F Jerace Walker (Freshman - Ranked #11 from New Freedom, PA) 6'5 G Terrance Arceneaux (Freshman - Ranked 40 from Beaumont, TX) Projected Roster Starting 5 1 – 6'1 JR. Jamal Shead (10 pts, 3 reb, 6 ast) 2 – 6'2 SR. Marcus Sasser (18 pts, 3 ast, 44% 3pt) 3 – 6'5 JR. Tramon Mark (10 pts, 2 reb) 4 – 6'8 FR. Jerace Walker (Freshman - Ranked #11 from New Freedom, PA) 5 – 6'8 SR. Reggie Chaney (3 pts, 2 reb) Preseason Tournament: Cougar Classic (November 14th & 16th – Houston, TX) Play Oral Roberts on November 14th. Play Texas Southern on November 16th. Rest of Non-Conference Schedule: November 7th – Northern Colorado November 11th – vs St. Joseph's (Veterans Classic in Annapolis, MD) November 20th – at Oregon November 26th - Kent St November 29th - Norfolk St December 3rd - vs St. Mary's (Fort Worth, TX) December 6th - North Florida December 10th - Alabama December 13th - North Carolina A&T December 17th - at Virginia December 21st - McNeese SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Support for this episode - OddsTrader.com/bluewire | Fubo.tv/sgp  Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Visionaries Global Media
Brain Buster Boys #84: Halloween Hug

Visionaries Global Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 106:40


Happy (belated) Halloween! Kevin Rogue from the Year of Duke and Rogue Podcast joins the BBBs on a spooky jaunt through the wonderfully bad WCW Halloween Havoc 1995. Cold Stone Tim Boston/Brett & Beaumont meet Jack Harlow (0:00) MANSCAPED - Halloween (13:31) WCW Halloween Havoc 1995 with Kevin Rogue (16:44) True Classic Tees - Football (97:01) Final Thoughts (101:06) Follow @BrainBusterBoys and @YearOfPod on Twitter and Instagram Subscribe to BrainBusterBoys on YouTube Brought to you by Visionaries Global Media Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code BBB at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Get 25% OFF @trueclassic with promo code BBB at trueclassictees.com/BBB! #trueclassicpod

Bottled Up Bitches
Making Out With Friends with Anna

Bottled Up Bitches

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 43:36


Welcome back Beautiful Bitches! Rhianna and Adam kick off Season 3 with the alluring, intelligent, Anna, a Mechanical Engineer from Small Town USA! Rhianna and Anna met in 4th grade in a tiny town outside Beaumont, TX. Now grown and hornier than ever, they discuss non-monogamy, hyper sexuality at a young age, and craving intimacy with platonic relationships. This episode is a sure way to make Producer Man Adam's ass cheeks curl!Twitter: @Bottleduptalk@CrookedbunEmail us at: bottleduptalk@gmail.comInstagram:bottledupbitchescrookedbunnymedia

SSON : Shared Services & Outsourcing Network
EP 22 The importance of change management and communications for GBS, with Emma Beaumont

SSON : Shared Services & Outsourcing Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 23:34


In this episode of SSONext, host Barbara Hodge sits down with Emma Beaumont to talk about all things change management, and its pivotal importance for GBS leaders. A serial networker with a passion for brand messaging, communication and content that builds community, trust, and value, Emma is GBS Change Management & Communications Lead at JTI. She brings an Industry and SME focus across GBS, Digital Transformation, Technology, AI and Automation, Data Analytics, Shared Services and BPO. Emma and Barbara dissect: ✅ A case study of how the CM&C (change management and communications) team at JTI handled the pandemic and managed operations systematically✅ Why change management has emerged as a critical enabler for GBS at JTI✅ A foundational framework to guide GBS leaders in setting up a change management team (particularly as we move towards a post-pandemic recession) For the full details on that and a lot more,

Free Me
BLOODY BEAUMONT AND THE THUNDERDOME

Free Me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 52:28


Happy Halloween!!! For this episode I will share my experiences of my wonderful stay at Beaumont. I was there from 09-12 and as an independent from Florida. Oh by the way, Texas and Florida dont jive to well. I lay out the journey of how I landed at a place like Beaumont and share a little of the stress and anxiety I faced daily in a place I knew one wrong move and I could easily have not came home alive. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thethomasfreemepodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thethomasfreemepodcast/support

UnCommon
UnCommon: Forward, Faster! #13

UnCommon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 36:18


UnCommon: Forward, Faster! (#13) Episode 13About UnCommon:A Podcast + Online Resource for the UnCommon Follower of Jesus Christ. Our Mission is to Resource & Release disciples to make an UnCommon Impact in every sphere of Influence. Hosted by Cody Graves--Find UnCommon Online!

Eagle Community Church of Christ
Parables of Jesus: Prodigal Son(s)

Eagle Community Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 29:28


From the Eagle Community Church of Christ in Mont Belvieu, TX. This week we look at Luke 15 and the parable of the prodigal son. This parable shows us what God is like while also asking us to look in the mirror and examine our own life and attitude. Are you in this parable?YouTube video of this sermonhttps://youtu.be/kWbJxvCMBvwChurch Websitehttps://www.eaglechurchofchrist.com Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/eaglecommunitychurchofchrist 

The Broken Brain™
Halloween Movie episode: The Black Phone with Karly Beaumont

The Broken Brain™

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 104:25


Karly Beaumont returns to the show to help forward a Broken Brain Halloween Tradition: to talk about a scary movie. This year we focus on the film The Black Phone. We talk about the psychological elements of the film, including fear, abuse, forgiveness, trauma, fight-or-flight, and how mental health does not explain violence all by itself. Plus that scary-as-hell mask that Ethan Hawke wears in the movie!

Human Design Collective Podcast
Richard Beaumont on his early years in HD, Sacral response, Projectors, teaching analysts, the Cross of Laws, hidden potentials and his new projects

Human Design Collective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 88:07


Richard Beaumont is a 1/3 Manifesting Generator on the Right Angle Cross of Laws and a direct student of Ra Uru Hu. He entered the Human Design experiment in 1997 and is the Director of Human Design UK where he has been actively teaching and promoting the system through many mediums for over two decades. Richard also runs Human Design Films Ltd, the company that was created to record Ra's teachings where he is currently working on new films and courses to enrich the Human Design community. In this conversation, we explore his experience of coming into Human Design, the early years of the teaching, Sacral response, importance of the Projector type, preparing students as analysts, the Cross of Laws, hidden potentials, and a preview into the new projects he is working on. To connect with Richard, please visit: Human.Design To connect with the hosts visit: Amy Lee, Human Design Analyst & Guide at holohumandesign.com John Cole, Human Design Analyst & Guide at metamorphichumandesign.com For more information on the Human Design Collective visit: humandesigncollective.com

 For courses and workshops visit: courses.humandesigncollective.com Human Design Collective Podcast music "Stars of the Unexpected" by Meg Ruby and Anders Parker. For more information visit: megruby.com andersparker.com

Poulain Raffûte
Philippe Sella : "Je me sentais comme un zombie"

Poulain Raffûte

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 59:00 Very Popular


Cette semaine dans Poulain Raffûte, Raphaël Poulain et Arnaud Beurdeley reçoivent une des légendes du XV de France, Philippe Sella, ainsi que Stéphane Beaumont, venu représenter l'association Movember qui lutte contre les cancers masculins et la dépression. L'ancien trois-quarts centre du SU Agen, né à Tonneins dans le Lot-et-Garonne, vient, lui, évoquer le cancer contre lequel il se bat, les difficultés qu'il a connues lorsqu'il en a pris connaissance, le tabou lié à la maladie et à la dépression dans le rugby, tandis que Stéphane Beaumont appuie ses propos avec de la prévention notamment contre les cancers des testicules et de la prostate.Mais avant cela, Raphaël se lance dans sa "ruade de Poulain" autour de "la bonne vieille vrillée à l'ancienne !". Un moment de régal pour tous les amoureux du rugby.Bienvenue et bonne écoute !Emission concoctée par Raphaël Poulain, raffûteur en chef, et Arnaud Beurdeley, journaliste reporter au Midi-Olympique, et réalisée par Maxime Ducher, journaliste pour Eurosport. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Winning with Wellness
EP79: Your Vibrational Medicine, Your Voice with Anna Beaumont

Winning with Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 28:10 Transcription Available


“It's about wherever my attention goes, my energy flows. It's about how am I being with myself at this moment.“ — Anna Beaumont Such a beautiful topic to talk about with Winning with Wellness Episode 79 guest Anna Beaumont as she shares with us a deeper meaning to the power of our voices.  Looking back, as children, we have always felt like singing is a talent that is passed from one generation to the next. And so if we do not have the capabilities, eventually, it led to that sense of protecting ourselves from shame, embarrassment, and humiliation. So as a child, when people call us out, those words wound the essence of that flowing energy in the body and it gives birth to the perfectionists' side of us. The voice is not the problem, it is only being confined to a small room. It is about alignment and feeling safe to make mistakes.  There are two main categories of voice: one of which is the voice that is pushed and powerful whereas the other is weak, shy, and powerless. The work is about getting that balance of power and aligning everything as best as we can in the body.  Wellness Nuggets: ●       The voice gets identified and lined up with our essence of breath and energy ●       Expansion equals the range of notes of your voice   We invite you to ignite the Wellness Warrior in YOU!   SPECIAL NOTE: In the last year and a half of podcasting, I have learned so much from you our listeners, and our incredible guests, about this medium, myself, and my business.  Through this process, I have decided to take a hiatus from releasing weekly podcast episodes. I am being called to reflect and see where I am to put my energy and time.  I share my deepest gratitude to all of you that have joined me weekly and supported not only me but everyone involved with the show. Despite this decision, know this isn't an end. I am not going anywhere, and I have several ideas brewing for the future that I'd love you to be a part of! Let's stay connected, you can always find me here: Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/jennyrycecoaching/?hl=en ( https://www.instagram.com/jennyrycecoaching/?hl=en) Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/jennyrycecoaching/ ( https://www.facebook.com/jennyrycecoaching/) LinkedIn:https://ca.linkedin.com/in/jennyryce?trk=pub-pbmap ( https://ca.linkedin.com/in/jennyryce?trk=pub-pbmap) Website:https://jennyryce.com/ ( https://jennyryce.com/)   About the Guest:  Anna has been studying the voice and its powerful connection to life, harmony and vibration for over twenty years. Her integrative approach combines the worlds of singing, the Chakra energy system, psychology and spirituality. It is at once a celebration of the raw, primal sounds of humanity and the refined, precise beauty the singing voice offers us from other realms. She has been called a musical shaman who works between the worlds helping you to see what you cannot see, and recovering the sacred vocal essence that you have inside of you that is innocent, wild and free. Anna has opened for Dr. Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra and has recorded four CD's, ‘The Doorway' her latest album is a celebration of the mystical poetry of Rumi.  Website:http://www.annabeaumont.com/ ( www.annabeaumont.com) Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Yourauthenticvoice ( https://www.facebook.com/Yourauthenticvoice) LinkedIn:http://www.linkedin.com/in/anna-beaumont-685507b/ ( www.linkedin.com/in/anna-beaumont-685507b/) Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/beaumontanna/ ( https://www.instagram.com/beaumontanna/)   About the Host: Jenny Ryce is a Mindset and Accredited Executive Coach, speaker, bestselling author podcast host, and the President of Your Holistic Earth, a global community advocating holistic wellness, connection and professional collaboration. Jenny is passionate about connecting others to the power of mindset and wellness. When she is not pursuing her professional passions,...

Real Deal with Akil
One of them ones

Real Deal with Akil

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 34:28


Up and coming artist Johnny Cocoa joins the RDWA podcast to talk about his upcoming EP, his upbringing in Beaumont, how church inspired him to be an artist, and his latest song "Free Bird" and the meaning behind the song

Eagle Community Church of Christ
Parables of Jesus: Wise/Foolish Builders & Cost of Discipleship

Eagle Community Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 29:53


From the Eagle Community Church of Christ in Mont Belvieu, TX. This week we explore the wise/foolish builders and the cost of discipleship. John Gunter talks about how we should make sure the foundation of our life is Jesus Christ. He challenges us again to look in the mirror and faithfully assess what we see. YouTube video of this sermonhttps://youtu.be/6yZZDGUbuRkChurch Websitehttps://www.eaglechurchofchrist.com Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/eaglecommunitychurchofchrist 

Throwback Paperback: A Young Adult Novel Podcast
Episode 105 - Switch: Chapters 1-17

Throwback Paperback: A Young Adult Novel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 37:43


It's time for the final Savvy book and we return to the Beaumont branch of the savvy family with Gypsy as she turns thirteen as well as older brother Samson and younger brother Tuck. Just as Gypsy is getting some control over her kind of stupid savvy, some important family news rattles the Beaumonts and all savvy bearers and savvy-eligble people switch their savvies. Needless to say, this leads to some chaos. The family must learn to scumble their new savvies while trying to deal with the familial pressures of moving an unwilling grandparent into their house. The final savvy book definitely is pulling out all the stops and building up all the tension. Next week we will be reading chapters 18-34 of book 3 in the series, Switch. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
Episode 105 - Switch: Chapters 1-17

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 37:44


It's time for the final Savvy book and we return to the Beaumont branch of the savvy family with Gypsy as she turns thirteen as well as older brother Samson and younger brother Tuck. Just as Gypsy is getting some control over her kind of stupid savvy, some important family news rattles the Beaumonts and all savvy bearers and savvy-eligble people switch their savvies. Needless to say, this leads to some chaos. The family must learn to scumble their new savvies while trying to deal with the familial pressures of moving an unwilling grandparent into their house. The final savvy book definitely is pulling out all the stops and building up all the tension. Next week we will be reading chapters 18-34 of book 3 in the series, Switch. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

A Little Wicked
The Beaumont Children

A Little Wicked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 26:26


The Beaumont children went missing without a trace in 1966. Who was responsible? What happened to them? Listen in as Kayla tells their story.

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast
Finally, Harland Brewing!

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 120:36


A long time coming! The BeerDad and Brewed Podcast finally got to sit down at Harland Brewing one of the BeerDad's personal favorite breweries. The fellas are joined by Nick Marron Director of Brewing Operations and Ryan Alvarez Head Brewer as they discuss several amazing brews including the elusive Ube Milkshake IPA. You don't want to miss this episode! And remember Harland Brewing is available at The Craft Lounge in Beaumont, CA!Support the show

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Business Briefing with Molly Gamble 10-13-22

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 3:49


Molly Gamble, Vice President of Editorial at Becker's Healthcare, rejoined the podcast to discuss Beaumont & Spectrum naming their combined system “Corewell Health”, Walmart's new Healthcare Research Institute, and recent large donations to health systems.

Not By Works Ministries
What Must I Do to Inherit Eternal Life?

Not By Works Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 43:09


On Wednesday, October 12, 2022, Dr. Hixson spoke at Beaumont Bible Church in Beaumont, TX. He explained the story of the "Rich Young Ruler" from Mark 10:17-27. Books: Spirit of the Antichrist Volumes One and Two   Book: What Lies Ahead-A Biblical Overview of the End Times   Book: Getting the Gospel Wrong   Not By Works Ministries   Get the new NBW Ministries mobile app!   Sign up for the NBW Newsletter   Spirit of the Antichrist Full Series on DVD or Streaming   What In the World Is Going On? Video Series   Not By Works Online Store   Bible Study Methods Course   What Lies Ahead Video Series   Support Not By Works   Not By Works Rumble Channel   Book: Top Ten Reasons Some People Go to Hell   Book: Weekly Words of Life

It's Hertime.
Know Your Lemons: 12 Signs of Breast Cancer with Corinne Beaumont EP162

It's Hertime.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 44:06


You probably know that breast cancer is a major killer of women worldwide. You may even know that, every year, more than 245,000 women are diagnosed with the disease in the United States alone. And one in every eight women will develop breast cancer at some point during their lives. As your doctor (hopefully) tells you at checkups, it's important to perform monthly self-checks to screen yourself for this potentially lethal disease—but, do you know what to look for? The fact is, many women don't. On today's episode Cody and Corrine Beaumont, CEO and founder of the organization "Know Your Lemons",  help us learn about what breast cancer can look like (because lumps aren't the only indicator that something's wrong). Tune in to learn all about the 12 signs of breast cancer we need to be looking for. Also about how to perform self breast-exams and when to do our self-exams during our monthly cycle. Early detection is the goal. According to the World Health Organization, a shocking one-third of deaths from breast cancer could be decreased if detected and treated early. This means nearly 400,000 lives could be saved every year. This is an episode you won't want to miss and you'll definitely want to share with all of the girls in your life.About our guest:When Corrine Beaumont lost her grandmothers to breast cancer, she wanted to know what she should be doing for her breast health, but wasn't able to find information that simply answered the basic questions. As a designer, she decided to do something about the lack of engaging information available. So she moved to London, got a PhD in patient communication and tested and refined the best ways to educate breast health information for a diverse audience. Later on when her close friend died from the disease, she left her job as a business professor, and started the charity with her own savings. In 2017, Corinne founded the Know Your Lemons Foundation, a global charity with a groundbreaking campaign teaching women all over the world the signs and symptoms of breast cancer in a unique and visual way.Did you learn something new today? Be sure to subscribe to this podcast and share this episode with all the girls you love. We would appreciate it if you'd also leave us a rating and review on iTunes.Want to join our Mixhers Girl community and keep this conversation going? We'd love to hear your thoughts, feelings and experiences! Join us HERE!Join Mixhers email list and be the first to have access to new products and be the girl in the know! Be sure to join our movement by following us on Instagram @mixhersorCody Sanders @codyjeansandersJess Toolson @jesstoolsonTo submit questions or if you think you'd be a perfect guest to have on our podcast reach out to us on speakpipe and record your questions for us!

Business Owners Radio
FINANCE | How to identify the key financial drivers of your business. w/Bruce Beaumont

Business Owners Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 21:09


Bruce Beaumont, Small Business Financial Advisor and Founder of Ascendwise, shares insights on how to take control of the numbers that steer your business. Learn how to grow revenue, profit, and cash flow to help your business thrive.

Eagle Community Church of Christ
Parables of Jesus: Talents/Bags of Gold

Eagle Community Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 29:40


From the Eagle Community Church of Christ in Mont Belvieu, TX. We begin a new series this week through the parables of Jesus. In Matthew 25, Jesus describes the Kingdom of God with a Master giving his servants sums of money. Who are you in the story?YouTube video of this sermonhttps://youtu.be/R0X7XqA97m0Church Websitehttps://www.eaglechurchofchrist.com Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/eaglecommunitychurchofchrist 

Dawgman Radio
DawgmanRadio: Breaking down the main storylines heading into the ASU game

Dawgman Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 52:39


The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - broke down the main storylines heading out of Washington's first loss of the season to UCLA, and how those storylines may change as the Huskies prepare to go back on the road again to play Arizona State. UW has not won in Tempe since 2001. The first storyline was how the team has bounced back from the UCLA loss, their first of the season. Starting with Kalen DeBoer, the guys talked about the things that plagued the Huskies on the road at the Rose Bowl and what they have to clean up before they go back on the road to face Arizona State, including penalties and sudden change plays. One of the other big storylines coming out of the UCLA game was the move of Jaxson Kirkland inside, which meant another start at left tackle for Troy Fautanu. Is Kirkland better suited inside or outside, especially with a look forward to his potential as a professional? The next storyline centered around the offensive miscues against UCLA, namely the interceptions thrown by Michael Penix, Jr. and the fumble by Wayne Taulapapa near their goal line that resulted in a safety. After a break to pay some bills, the talk turns to the upcoming Arizona State road game, where it's going to be hot and humid. Add a mid-day start (1 pm) to the mix and the Huskies have to be on point with their hydration. Another point of emphasis will be getting after ASU on offense and quarterback Emory Jones, a Florida transfer. Why do their statistics not match up with the fact that they have a number of top skill players that can make plays? Talk then moved to some big hoops news this week, the verbal commit of Wesley Yates to UW. Yates, a 6-4, 210-pound prospect from Beaumont, Tex., is 247Sports' No. 2 shooting guard nationally. How will Yates fit into the Huskies' personnel, especially knowing the only player they will lose for sure after this upcoming season is Jamal Bey. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Slade Ham Experiment
#17 What It's Like to Be From Beaumont, TX | The Slade Ham Experiment

The Slade Ham Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 28:48


I grew up in Beaumont, Texas. I always refer to it as a small town, but the truth is, it isn't. It is a lot of other things, however, and I try to be as truthful as I can. There is love in every terrible thing I say about you, Beaumont. It also prompts a nostalgic look back at my favorite concert I've ever been to. Spoilers: it's Prince.

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast
Noble Ale Works

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 76:08


The BeerDad and Brewed Podcast go all IRON MAIDEN....  just kidding but Iron Maiden was across the freeway and all their fans pregamed with the guys at Noble Ale Works in Anaheim, CA. BeerDad Justin Allen and guest host Brandon Riess sit with Jimmy Goetz Head Brewer and Paul Watson assistant brewer and jack of all trades. The fellas sample some amazing suds while shooting the breeze! Tap on... Tap off... "Sweep the Keg!" Show No Mercy!!The Craft Lounge Taproom and Bottleshop Located in Beaumont, CA The Craft Lounge is your spot to grab some of the finest craft beers!!Support the show

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast
Kings of OctoberFest

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 72:00


For the second year in a row The BeerDad and Brewed Podcast records a show during Octoberfest at Kings Brewing in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. The BeerDad is joined by special co-host Brandon Riess as they sit down with Logan Benson Marketing Manager of Kings and Assistant Brewer Daniel Guido. Beers sampled form KBC Lagerhaus and of course the fellas had to get "Poked" by the Kings Brewmaster! Prost!The Craft Lounge Taproom and Bottleshop Located in Beaumont, CA The Craft Lounge is your spot to grab some of the finest craft beers!!Support the show

The History Cache Podcast
From the Cache: A Strange Experiment on Mackinac Island

The History Cache Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 29:08


From the cache! Until an all-new episode this October, please enjoy this recast on Dr. Beaumont's strange experiment on Mackinac Island. In 1822 French Canadian Fur Trader Alexis St Martin was shot in the side at a distance of less than one meter. The experiments following his miraculous survival just may be the weirdest piece of history ever seen in the Straits of Mackinac. The bullet wound left a hole in St Martin's side giving Dr. William Beaumont the first ever access to a living human stomach. The doctor would tie pieces of food to a silk string and dangle them down into St Martin's stomach in order to better understand the process of digestion. Nearly 250 experiments were performed over a decade. Dr. Beaumont's book on his experiments the paved the way for our understanding of the human gastric system and earned Beaumont the title as the "Father of Gastric Physiology."  St Martin lived his entire life with a bullet hole his side. He was buried in a secret location eight feet below ground with two feet of rocks on his coffin to deter grave robbers from stealing his corpse or his stomach, which was highly sought after when he died. Come hear the true story of Dr. William Beaumont and Alexis St Martin in this extra strange episode of the History Cache Podcast.

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Markus Stitz - Great British Gravel Rides

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 43:27 Very Popular


This week we sit down with author and adventurer, Markus Stitz to discuss his new book, Great British Gravel Rides. Markus explores gravel cycling in Great Britain through the eyes of local gravel cyclists to discover amazing routes throughout the region. Markus Stitz Website  Episode Sponsor: Trek Travel - Come join us on the Girona Gravel Tour November 6th, 2022.  Support the Podcast Join The Ridership  Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: Great British Gravel Rides [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: This week on the podcast. We welcome Marcus. Stets the author of great British gravel rides, a book of 25 routes throughout England, Wales and Scotland. . That brings us through the varied terrain in great Britain, through the eyes of community members throughout the aisle each route was designed by a gravel cyclists from that region. In an attempt to get the best. Gravel routes across England, Scotland and Wales. I enjoyed the conversation a lot and i enjoyed the approach to the book and i hope you will too Before we get started. I need to thank this week. Sponsor truck travel and the Girona gravel bike tour. Trek has been offering the Girona gravel bike tour for a number of years. And you may remember an episode I recorded with them about Yorona and what a gem it is for cycling in general, but more specifically gravel. I've been hoping and wanting to go over there myself for a number of years. And I'm excited to say that I'm going to be joining the November 6th trip. And I'd like you to join me. Yeah, I'm not kidding. Take a step back. You can do this. Come join me and ride gravel bikes in Girona trucks. Got everything organized for us from an, a wonderful hotel, right in the center of Girona as well as access to track bicycles to explore the countryside, we've got local guides that have designed amazing routes for us. So we're going to sample everything the region has to offer in this trip. I can't wait to get over there in November and I'm hoping you'll be able to join me too. It'll be so good to paddle with some of you listeners and members of the ridership community. I know we've got a handful of people signed up already and I would love to fill the hotel with people we know and love. As a special bonus, truck's going to give anybody who registers via the podcast or the ridership or free handlebar bag with their trip. So make sure when you go visit Trek, travel.com search Jarana gravel bike tour and mentioned the podcast during your registration process. There's a number of dates this year remaining, but I will be on the November 6th trip. So I'm hoping we can shape the demand and drive you to that trip. We'll have a great time. And I look forward to seeing you there. Remember that's www.trektravel.com. Search Girona gravel bike tour. With that said let's jump right into my conversation with marcus about the great british gravel rides Marcus welcome to the show. [00:02:28] Markus: Hello. [00:02:30] Craig Dalton: It's good to connect with you. I was super excited when I caught wind of this great, great Britain, gravel rides book that you penned and excited to learn a little bit more about your background as a cyclist, and what led to your passion to take on this project and do a great job kind of going throughout Britain and laying out some amazing roots for people. [00:02:51] Markus: Yeah. It's like, it's been an amazing project to work on and especially like, cuz I guess people who live in Britain have, you know, have a better idea of the country. But if you, if you're outside the country, it's such a diverse place. Like it's, it's, you know, from north to south, I think I've been to many countries in the world and it's like, it's, it's difficult to find a country, which is, which is gotten so many different places too, right. In terms of the conditions, but also the people. So my idea was really to kind of look at the community. With all the different shapes and forms it comes and, and, and do a book about it and, and recommend roots to people. Pretty much as an inspiration. [00:03:35] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I think that was a super interesting approach and look forward to getting into it with. Before we get started. Why don't we give the listener just a little bit about an idea about your background as a cyclist. [00:03:46] Markus: Yeah. So I, I think I generally came to cycling. I, I started cycling as a child. I grew up in Germany and you kind of know I'm cycling as default, I think. And I I'd never been in any cycling clubs and I wouldn't call myself like a keen cyclist when I was a child. And then pretty much picked up a mountain bike in, in my years at the university, cuz I lived in a place which had like pretty extensive for is a bit like what you possibly. Which comes really close to north American travel or the idea what we have, like big metal roads and, you know, loads of pine fors and all pretty straightforward. So it was a quite great location to, to be based and then do that. And then I finished university and went to New Zealand and. Think that spare really picked up the cycle, touring adventure, cycling mountain biking buck spent two years in Wellington, brilliant location. New Zealand in general is, is just a, a fascinating place to ride and is also one of those places like. There's. Yeah, there's, there's, there's so much outdoor possibilities and you, you know, you wouldn't, you wouldn't come to New Zealand. I would presume if you want like big city life or you want all the belts and visits of massive cities like New York or LA or whatever. I think I really like the, the mixture between having an outdoorsy life, but also still having a bit of a city lifestyle. Wellington is a capital store. Yeah. We enjoyed it. There did loads of cycling over there. And then. In my time in Wellington, I also decided in some shape or form I want to do around the world trip cycling around the world. And the initial idea was, was just a circus. So I finished my time in in Wellington and moved back to Europe. I moved to Edinburg. And while I was in Edinburgh, I had this idea, or maybe I could cycle from Edinburgh to Dunedin. Dunedin is one of the Southern cities in New Zealand. Then it's the old name for Edinburg. So there's interesting connection there. A lot of settled in that part of New Zealand. So like I could a trip from Edburg to dun and then. At some stage, I think that developed further to say, look, if I'm doing half the world anyway, I might as well do the other as well. [00:05:57] Craig Dalton: And when you, when you were approaching that Marcus, like, were you thinking at that point, like pedaling around the world is something I specifically want to do or were you more, I just wanna travel and experience different cultures and different parts of the world. [00:06:13] Markus: yeah, I think it's a travel aspect, which is which, which was the most important one. Like, and that's like, I think this is coming. I think if you look at all my work so far, like I'm I'm, I would certainly say like, for me, cycling is an amazing tool to connect with people. Like if you look at. Any cycling community. It doesn't matter which one you're looking at. I think they're all slightly different, but I think what they all have in common people who ride bike, speak to each. This is, this is I thing it's, it's like, and they either speak about bikes or you, you know, you just happen to have the same mode of transport. You talk about something else. And, and, and, and for me, that was the important one. I, you know, I was thinking about whether I'm gonna go this. I don't think there's, well, there is no single speed record for going around the world and I could have set that record. Like it would've been an easy task to do because there isn't such a thing. But that wasn't important for me that never played in my mind. I was just like, you know, it will be, you know, it'd be an interesting thing to do, but it would take away from the trip. So for me around the world trip was to meet interesting people. I met so many. Amazing people in New Zealand simply by being friends with a couple of guys that worked in a bike shop and they kind of introduced me to the cycling community in New Zealand. And when I back went back to, to Scotland, it was kind of the same. It was interesting. I came back to Scotland at night. Initially, didn't bring my bikes over to Edinburg and it was the first thing I missed. I was just like, I want my bikes here. There's such a convenient way to get around, but also to make friends if you place, that was the main, that was the main consideration. So yeah, it was, it was like, and is possibly, I guess a lot of people ask why singles speak? Why, why do you take a singles speak bike? And. I guess the most important reason for that one is you don't have to, you don't really need to care about your bike. Like, you know, it's got a chain which needs replacing every now and then there's no F around the bike. It was a pretty straightforward built. You know, everything was rock solid. Most of them were parts were steel. So, you know, like even, even transporting the bike by plane was super easy. Cuz it just Chuck it in a box. There's no area that bends or any, any other expensive part. So yeah, I think that was the, that is the kind of, and yeah, that comes across very clearly in the book right now as well. Like I'm, I'm always, there's always people first, you know, it's about. Is about the community and, and how I connect with them. And, you know, cycling is great. I really enjoy cycling. But I would, I don't think I'd be enjoying just the cycling bit as much as, as I do with the people, [00:08:58] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I mean, I think that's a big element that everybody talks about with our enjoyment of gravel. It's twofold. It's one just sort of getting off the beaten path and two, the community and the friendliness of it all. I think it's just at least today it exceeds any other form. Any other side of the sport of cycling? I don't think you just, you don't get the camaraderie that you do on the gravel side of. [00:09:20] Markus: Yeah. Yeah. And this, I mean, just on my, it's interesting to look back on around the world trip, cuz I was on the mountain bike. So I was on a SERE, which is, you know, it's a hard tail. You can, yeah, it's a typical, hard to mountain bike built. Basically. You could put some, I didn't have suspension forks, but it, you know, you could write a bit of suspension fork as well. But if I look back now and interestingly enough, I went Toor in Kansas. And I wasn't, I wasn't aware of, well, now I'm going, but back then dirty. And I wasn't really aware of that and impor and called Hedman and he introduced me to the whole Yeah, the Kansas travel community. It was awesome. It was amazing. I think there's still a, we picture in one of the pups of me and sitting, there was really sore on that. Kansas is flat a pancake and it isn't it's, it's just, that's a trade lie because the east of Kansas is very, very. The for the west, you get the, you know, the, the, the fluter it gets, but yeah, cycling along the east of is no piece of cake at all, but it's just the kinda thing. And so I kind got introduced to the idea of, I heard, you know, I had heard about bikes, but you could, you know, you might as well argue that I've a bike around the world is just, just to different bars. They have Jones's bars and instead of bars, like, and yeah, it's the, I think it's the least. There's no real conventions yet. There's no, there isn't really anything that you kind of, you don't have to have a certain thing to, to identify as Scrabble, cyclists, but you know, and that, that's the nice thing about it. It's a bit like. It's like, for me, it feels like I would've been, I, I, I would've loved to be there when mountain biking developed in Mo county. And, you know, kind of was literally about people kind of riding around on bikes, having a good time [00:11:27] Craig Dalton: Yeah. [00:11:27] Markus: doing some, doing some crazy things and not really caring about conventions whatsoever. And I think we are mid travel cycling. It's nice to be in the middle. You know, I think if I think things keep coming back, it's like the early days of the tour farms as well, which I, I basically think later foundations of what you now call ultra cycling. You know, again, there's people, you know, people just having a good time being, you know, also being ambitious about thing. And you can, you can, you can say the thing about mountain biking as well. You know, those things develop. And I think we're there with travel cycling at the moment, which is great to be right in the thick of it. No doubt. I think it will at some stage diversify as well. You know, we've got suspension forks. Now we basically have mountain bike tires now onto level bikes, but that's okay. You know, I think it's, you know, this is, this is the evolution where things go, but just being there right there right now is quite. [00:12:27] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's certainly one of the impetus behind this podcast, beginnings was it was just such an exciting time. I thought in the sport of cycling and someone, as you know, I'd been around cycling my whole life yet. I still made mistakes when I bought my first gravel bike and realized like, oh, I didn't set it up the way I should, or I didn't make the choices I should. And I was like, if I've been around bikes and worked in bike shops and worked in the bike industry and I still managed to screw up this Purchas. There's a lot of people and a lot of questions and fast forward three years, I, I still find myself having interesting conversations with product designers and seeing interesting innovations and new options that just allow people to personalize this equipment to wherever they call home or whatever they're intending to do. [00:13:11] Markus: Yeah. And, and I think it is, I think it, it has made pretty big leaps as well. If I, I think one thing for me, which sticks out is tires. Like if I, if I look back in. So I , I think if you wanna put an official day to it, when I started travel, riding was in 2017 when I had a LER and mapped the first bike packing route in Scotland. And I know back then, I mean, your choice of tires was the 30 yard, the bike. And I could have gone for a Schal G one old round and there were a few other. Tires kicking around on the market. But if you look at right now, just 12 alone has seven different travel tires. Whoa. You know, and, and not speaking about any of the mountain bike tires, you can now, you know, if you look at a fast rolling waste tire for a mountain bike, you can stick that on a co bike these days cuz the, you know, the clearance is wide enough to, to ride those. And so I think this is where you see like how much. You know how quickly the market or the, the, the industry has progressed in, in, in those kind of aspects. So a choice is, is, is huge right now. And yeah, it's, it's, it's great. But I also think, you know, I think it's interesting because I think one thing the book of working on the book has kind of like forced me to do, and I had a keen interest as well. It's just kind of, and, and this is, I think this is where Britain is really interesting is to kinda look back to. You know, what, what you can now call pu writing, where, where did it start? And if you look at Britain, like it started in the 1920s here, cause there's been the rough. So there's been an organization called the rough stuff fellowship. And that that's, if you wanna sum it up, is people starting to ride bikes? Off the beaten track in, in rails, in England and Scotland and various things. And you know, back then, there weren't really any Tomic roads. I don't think, you know, I don't think they had the intention. Like there, there weren't deliberately riding off road, but there they did ride them off road because there was literally no other network. To use there weren't any Timex cycling paths. You know, there were a few roads back then, but not nearly as much as you have these days and they just simply rode their bikes wherever they're placed to go. And I, I think like, I have that in the introduction of my book for me, that's kind of like where it all originates. And then you look at Australia, you look at the Overlands who, again, like this is like possibly the very early stages of bike, you know, who went from a to B I think it's tricky, cuz I think what we have now is modern crab bikes. They are definitely much more advanced I'm riding at the moment. I'm riding a 1970s club Butler bike. So it's one of those bikes, you know, that, that people potentially took when there were rough stuffing and. It's awesome. Fun to ride. I'm really enjoying it for a challenge, but you also see, you know, if you've got a modern gravel bike gear, I mean, this is much more forgiving. Like I was talking to a friend about that, this breaks, for example, whoa. Like they made such a difference, especially if you ride in Scotland, you know, if you've got wind breaks and you're going down the long downhill, you have to. Three times on the downhill, because otherwise you just, your, your ribs are afterwards. So, you know, things like this, which I found is super like you, I think the concept, I think there's also two, there's interesting. Two things to clever writing. I think there's clever riding as a concept of off. And then there's bikes, you know, which. Possibly are what we, what we have now as clever bikes, truck bars, you know, a geometry, which is possibly closer to a road bike than it is to a mountain bike. Tie with, I don't think you can define that any longer, because it's been going up and up and, you know, I don't think we're far off having, I don't know if we're ever gonna get the tweet inch tiles on the bike we might do. Who knows, but I think it's kind of in my book really much picking up on the idea of travel writing as a concept. It's why, when I, when people were asking me, well, like, oh, do I need to have a travel bike? Then it was like, Take whatever bike you think is suitable off road. Bear in mind that the people who will be reading this will potentially be riding this on a 45 millimeter tire to bar bike. So, you know, there shouldn't be any, any severe to above or whatever in there. But if you ride that on a clever bike, or if you take your full as mountain bike or whatever bike, your, your thing is suit. Please do that. I'm not gonna, I'm not gonna restrict anything to that concept. [00:17:56] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I thought that I saw that note at the beginning of your book and I think that's spot on. It's like ride. What you have, gravel is more about the sensation, the community. Exploration, all these different ideas above and beyond the type of bike you actually are throwing a leg over. [00:18:13] Markus: Yeah. Yeah. And this is, and yeah, and, and that, especially in Britain, this , there's many terrains. You can ride your bike over, [00:18:22] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah, exactly. So just finishing your, your sort of backstory, you finished the round of the world trip, and then obviously like you continue to be inspired by the sport. Of mountain biking and did some other big adventures. [00:18:36] Markus: Yeah, I think that, so, I mean, if you look at my career, if you want to call it such, I've always been a person who's been, I've been, always been inspired by many things. Like I, you know, I can't, I didn't have a straightforward career path. I did a multitude of things in my life. And when I came back from the round the world trip, but basically I had a, I had a decision to make what I'm gonna do right now. Am I gonna go back to a nine to five? I never had a nine to five job as such, but, you know, am I gonna go back to to employment and let someone else paying my wages and I'll do my fair bit, or am I gonna use all the experience I have from the, around the world trip? Cause I think what the around the world trip has really taught me is to. You can take so much stuff out of a year on the bike, into, into the life afterwards, you know, it's about leadership. It's about decision making. It's about adapting to new environ. And so I had all of, you know, all of that came with the trip. It wasn't, it wasn't just about riding a bicycle. And I felt like, you know, you can, it's gonna be a tough one to start something new. No doubt about that. But. I'm in a good position to be there. So I started working freelance and, and I have designed a route around Edinburg before I left the world. And the feedback for that was great. And I felt like, well, I'm just gonna up there and this, you know, try to establish myself as. Yeah, offering something else in a tourism industry, tourism back then in Scotland was basically bikes didn't happen, you know, bike route. Didn't really happen either. And I thought like, you know, if I can, if I can make a living out of, of, of really pushing Scotland ahead in terms of cycling route and whatever, then that'd be a great thing. And my, my background before I was marketing so if you combine around the world, trip an interest in developing new roots and having the marketing background, because in the end of the day, You know, a roots only interesting if people know about it and, and actually write it, there's nothing, nothing worse in designing a great route and no one knows about it and no people are not using it. So I kind checked that all in one goal and then also found myself cause I wanted to have a little bit of financial acuity. So I accepted a two day a week marketing role at the book festival. Back then we we're going back then. And with the idea of writing it, because I always thought like, cool. If I ever gonna write a book, it will be, would be quite good to have some, some connections in the book trade and in the book world and kinda do that. So that job paid to rent and the, the other work was kind of like, whatever focus I make that direction is gonna be great. And those were the early days of bike in Scotland and, and yeah, that's pretty much progressed since 2017 and yeah. I don't know, my, my life's taken some interesting turns. I think right now I'm sitting here possibly quite a few people know my films, which is, which is great when I started that. I would've never thought that I've written the book now I've worked with several councils and destination marketing organizations in Scotland to really help them to understand cycling and understand cycle tubing and then, and developing products for them that they can actually put to people and say, look, if you wanna come to this part of Scotland, this is what you can do. And we help you doing this. And, and that's kind of in a nutshell, this with bike packing Scotland, and this it's not just. It's not just mood planning. It's not just filmmaking. It's not just bike, you know, it's like, there's a mixture of, of all the different things and yeah, it's been a, it's been a great journey. [00:22:13] Craig Dalton: Amazing. So let's, let's talk a little bit about the book. So you, you, you've sort of endeavored to kind of cover Scotland, England, and Wales, and give gravel riders a view of the entire country, the landscape through not only your eyes, but the eyes of, of very diverse set of athletes, which, as I mentioned earlier, I thought was a really refreshing approach. Because one of the things in, in my mind, these roots that we find online, they lack personality, right? You're getting a GPX file and you're, you're seeing where something goes, but it's very hard to understand what that's going to feel like. It's very hard to get data on, you know, what kind of bike tires do I need? What kind of equipment do I need for these. Or even more importantly, like what are the communities gonna be like when I go through them? And, you know, part that's part of the reason I started a community called the ridership, because I just, I wanted an online forum to be able to connect with riders around the world and just get that real world beta, you know, so if I'm going to Scotland, I wanna talk to someone who's ridden these roads and trails and just give you a few of the inside tips about what's going on. So I'd love for you to just kind of talk about. Why you decided to approach it that way and what it meant to you and how you connected with the, the numerous athletes that helped you design roots throughout the country. [00:23:34] Markus: Yeah, so I think there's this, this, there there's two basic thoughts I had on the back of my head when I started researching a book, I think the nice thing about clever writing that it seems to be attracting much more women into this sport than, than other. Than other sports in general do. I, I do think that road cycling, although this is changing and it's a good thing to see it changing, but I still feel that road cycling is such a male dominated domain of cycling, you know, and, and, and mountain biking is more diverse. I think by its very nature, but you know, still I was looking at many cycling magazines and thought like, why is there, why is there always a male, a man in his forties with white shoulders looking angry on the form of the cover? You know, it's just, it didn't really like, it, it didn't appeal to me. And I felt like, you know, I think I, I think it's particularly hard and, and, and I guess it's the same in the us. We've seen. We've seen cycling, attracting quite a lot of new people, thankfully. And there was mainly two to, to, to the COVID restrictions and people, all of a sudden recognized I can't do anything, but I can still jump on a bicycle and have a good time. So it was possibly one of the, it was one of the good things coming out of a pandemic, but. I always feel like we didn't really cater for the people who are new to the sport. And, and, and we also didn't really cater for, for, for people of a different ethnic background. It's, you know, is just like, I, I think it was always a bit too narrow and one thing I've found on around the world trip. That's the cool thing. If you go to different countries, you see how a diverse cycling actually is, you know, how like how, how, how it switches. And that's one thing I wanted to have in there. And then the other thing I was really keen on as well is. It's public transport. Like you gets a really bad reputation in Britain most of the times, and it's nowhere near ideal. I was, I was born in Germany. And my girlfriend dips in Norway. So there's this, this, this, this country is in the world, which do much, much better at that, but it, I also think that. We're still doing okay. In this country. so I felt like, right. Okay. I want people to get to those places, ideally by train or by bus. So they don't have to own a car. If they own a car. That's fine. There's nothing, there's nothing wrong with that, but it shouldn't be, it shouldn't be a pre-condition of riding your bike, having to get to those places by car. I want to have a nice mixture of mood. So I want some easy ones in there. I want also some really gnarly ones in there because you know, whoever's gonna buy the book. They'll be at different stages in their cycling thing cycling career or whatever you wanna call it. And I also want to have landscapes in there, which are where you representative of Britain as such a diverse country. And you can kind of imagine there's a lot of logistic. Kind of like, so I came up with this metrics of kind of like, ideally. This is kind of what I feel the book should be looked like. And then, and then, and then I feel like, well, I know a few people already Jenny and mark Beaumont and a couple of other people featured in the book. So this is gonna be a great starting point, but then I really want to reach out to people, which I don't know, you know, but to wide travel byte is the only. Or not even ride travel bikes, you know, they, you happen to be riding off road. I would ly keep it as, as, as, as far as that. And yeah. And then with the help of, of My connections with the sponsors of the book, I was just building this list of people and then the other, I think the additional challenge was also that I kind of needed to slot them in. So I did the book research within other projects as well. So yeah, and, and, and it, it turned out to work pretty well. Like I was, I was fascinated by the thing and I guess the, the big takeaway for me was. It kind of felt a little bit being transferred back to the process of the round, the world trip, you know, I think around the world trip. Very much. So the, I, I did ride my bike during the day. And then in the evening I was really looking forward to speak to people, have a conversation. And, and the nice thing about this book research was so there were some people I knew and you know, we rode our bikes together and, you know, it felt like, you know, being out on a great ride with a, with a friend, you unseen for ages. And then there were the new people in the book, which I didn't know much about it. And it, that was quite as well because, you know, Takes five to 10 minutes. And then you kind of know roughly what you wanna talk about. You know, you wanna talk about the roots and, and the nice thing about this poetry. It really felt like they are taking me on their favorite roots. And they're really showing me their neck of the roots, not from a tourist perspective, but from a local's perspective, this is where a white. This is a cool cafe. You should be going to cuz they've got amazing priorities. This is the proper we should be stopping at. And, and I think that made the whole experience so much richer. And, and ultimately also I think for the reader, you know, they, I think one thing I always miss like not so much cycling guidebooks, but if you look at places guide books like lonely planet or, you know, one of the big ones. I think with lonely planet, you used to get a really authentic experience. You know, it is debatable what the world authentic actually means, but you don't get these days. I don't think so. You know, you'd be shuttled into a range of accommodation and some places, and it's a bit hit or miss some places are good. Some of them. Not so much. , you know, and I think with this approach, I was kind of my, my, my pitch to people was just like, show me around your negative woods. Take me to the cool places. You know, like take me around as you would have a great ride that it is for you. And that also came up with very different approaches. You know, I had guy who speaked guy Kek. He's super fast so we kinda went fulling to the, to the tee shop, had an iced tea, and then we went fulling again. It was great. You know, it was like, there was a thing, whereas there were other approaches where everything was a bit slower and, and a bit more relaxed and, and yeah. And yeah, I really lost the process. It was just really personable. [00:30:09] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's super interesting. I remember in the early days of the pandemic, when a lot of the big gravel events in the United States were getting canceled, one in particular, put a call out to kind of friends and people in the community to do a virtual event on the day of their race. And what I thought was the output of that exercise is that all around the country, you have these routes created by people who absolutely love the sport and absolutely love where they live. So it was just basically, I described it as sort of a, a love letter to the gravel cycling community [00:30:43] Markus: yeah. [00:30:44] Craig Dalton: this route. And it sounds like you got a lot of that out of this experience and this process that you entered for this. [00:30:51] Markus: Yeah. Yeah. And it was like, I mean, the pandemic pandemic played. I mean, it played a key role in the book because it was, I mean, the whole idea was, was based out of, I don't know, I've stopped counting how many lockdowns we went through in the process. And cause I initially thought like I didn't. I wouldn't say I had an idea of a book in my head and when the whole thing kicked off, I was just like, maybe this is exactly the right time to do a book. Because for me writing a book was always, there was always taking, there was always something else that was taking priority. Cuz it's a big daunting project, you know? It's like I spend about it. Yeah. Like a good part of a year doing this book. If. Count in all the things and it's, you know, it, it does take, especially the writing. It really takes you. You really need to sit down and kind of write. I'm just gonna concentrate on that. And it's, you know, it's just like, it's, it's easier to do smaller projects, no doubt. But yeah, when it all kicked off, I was like, okay, if there's something good about this, You possibly find time to do this now because you'll be less distracted by other stuff you can't, there's no such thing. And, and also when you, when I, I think the interesting thing about bikes is that when we were sitting in our living rooms or in, you know, in the best case scenario or with our garden and having a bit of nature around us . All the bikes, all the other bikes are quite difficult to ride from your front door. You can ride a road bike if you happen to live in a place that has some nice roads and is not too busy. You can ride a mountain bike if you happen to live next to mountain bike trails. But. I would say for the majority of people, like there was always something, you know, for roads, either the roads are too busy or the mountain bike twelves they're okay. But you, you know, they're not great. And with travel bikes in a way, the travel bike is a, is a perfect pandemic bike because you can take it off on roads. So you can ride all of those mountain bike trails, which are okay to ride on a gravel bike. But you possibly get a little bit bored on your full assess. and you can ride those cycle paths and you can ride those quiet roads, but, you know, it's just, it's such a, it's such a lovely mixture. Like you can get so much out of, of gravel bikes without. You know, having to push for one thing or the other. And, and that became very clear. And then there's one, one interesting story in the book. And the from Trumper cycles who basically had this idea of building a wooden travel bike, and the idea kind of got shelved initially. And then when lockdown kicked off, that was basically what he focused on and came up with this beautiful piece of work. And, and is all of those little stories I tried to, you know, I think we are all getting a little bit tired of what happened in the last two to three years and you know, it come of a dire consequences for some people as well. But I also. If, if you're looking the positives to take out of like being forced to reconnect with nature, being really seeing the value that if it all fails, you can still go out there and have a bit of an adventure. And even if it's, I dunno, 10 kilometers away from home, that's, what's coming to quite clearly in the book. And, and that was an interesting thing as well. [00:34:19] Craig Dalton: As you thought about the book. And obviously there was a, there was this notion of guide book as a concept, even though you strayed away from that and made it much more personal, but as you thought about great Britain, And across Scotland, England and Wales, presumably you had some notions of like, these are, must have areas that I need to cover. My question is how much of that drove? What ended up in the book versus people you got connected with and the roots that they were saying, you've gotta, you've gotta put this route in the book. [00:34:51] Markus: It was, yeah. So I knew Scotland. Well, you know, and I there's, obviously there's some, there's, there's some bits of Scotland I really want to have featured in there. So I think Scotland, if you look at it it was. It was a bit like looking around my personal environment and you know, this is a cool place to write who do I know in that place? And, you know, do they fit in there? For the other parts of Britain, it was pretty much applying canvas, you know, I and and I think this is, this is, this is quite interesting. I guess there was one another. Bit of a guiding principle behind it is like I'm. If you look at all my work in the UK especially in Scotland, I'm a, think I'm a firm believer in that. The best places to cycle are actually the places that don't get a lot of tourism that are not overwhelmed by people. Because I, I think. Like the popularity of some glaciers, especially in the last five years with channels like Instagram and TikTok and whatever. Like, I, I, I could name a few people in Scotland places in Scotland. I wouldn't want to travel to these days because they are just like, It's for me, it's not an authentic version of what Scotland is. Like. It's a very fabricated and, you know, kind of like influencer kind of based version of what the country is like. And, and, and my, especially in Scotland, my vision, my, my picture of Scotland has always been a very different one, you know, a country which has super friendly people who are actually really, really grateful about you being in a. And, you know, visiting them, whatever. And the other thing I also felt like we, I, I, I do think, you know, I was looking at, so where are people actually living in the UK and, and you will often not find London or Milton Keens or Newcastle upon. In a guidebook because they're big cities and I think your vision of a country to travel to. So would someone who travels to put and necessarily travel to Newcast possibly not. You know, would they, would they choose London for riding a bike? Maybe not. you know, so I thought like, I want to have some, some, I want to have some odd places in there. You know, I think Oakwood around London is amazing. Cause you know, this is, this is where like people sit on top of each other. This is exactly the place where people need to go out, have an adventure. [00:37:24] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I think that approach, it, it sort of serves two masters, right? It, it, one inspires people in London of this idea that they can be a gravel cyclist living in London. And the second thing is, you know, many travelers may find themselves in London. And see that as an opportunity to ride in a place that they never thought they could ride. I, I think about in the United States, I always loathe going to Las Vegas. And then I learned about this mountain bike terrain rights out outside of Vegas that's world class. And all of a sudden it's like, okay, maybe I, I will accept a trip to Vegas because I can go sneak off and do that and get my feel of the outdoors and then experience the Zs of, of, of Las Vegas. [00:38:05] Markus: Yeah. And I guess I think the approach that kind of like, I always found, like you can basically move to any place in the world, as long as you have cool people there, you can do stuff with, you know, you, you, you, you might be in the best place in the world to ride bikes. If there, if you know, if you don't know anyone there and, and, and you, you can't connect to the people. I just, I just think the people are first and, you know, they'll show you. I don't know. And, and then I think you, you get, you get quite, and that's the thing I love about clever riding, you know, you can. There isn't really any, like, there is no such thing as a gravel trail in, especially in Britain, like we don't have those big metal roads. We have some of them, but is the majority of riding over here? it's I would say varied. You know's. Expect some odd things, you know, expect a bit of single trail expect the odd bit of road or whatever. You know, we, we don't have hundreds and hundreds of miles of long, you know, really, really extensive travel roads as such. But I think this is also that, that thing that makes it such a unique place, you know, and it's also, it's also, I. What you find when you come to here, it's the oddity of the place, you know, that any place, the thing. And, and that really came through when I traveled to the places and rode there, especially the places I hadn't really been beforehand. Everyone's proud of the place they live in, which is quite like there hasn't been a single place where people say, oh, you know, it's a. You know, mixed? No, no, they were super, you know, they were, they were, they were, they were. Super passionate about the places they live and, you know, they accept it in some cases, you know, if you wanna go riding a new car, so yeah. You need to go to some areas which are, you know, they're not tourist destinations, but it's, I always find it fascinating. Those are actually the places where you meet some really cool people, some, you know, and you get a really interesting experience. And, and, and that's the thing I. And one thing for me on the political things, we had some, some pretty interesting years in this country of, of division people voted for and against Brexit and Scottish independence were. So there was loads of stuff that, you know, where people. Pitched against each other. And I, I, I, so one thing for me that came, came across in the whole research is there's actually so much more in the country that kind of unites people than it is that it's. Dividing them, you know, and, and, and, and, and the culture over here, like wherever you wanna go, just find a pop , you'll find some interesting people from all walks of life will happily share, you know, beer with you or whatsoever. And, and, and, and, and kind of like, that's the thing I loved. And there was only, it was, it was, for me, it was kind of back to the initial reasons why I moved to, to Britain, to Scotland. Cause people were welcoming. The love it. Good chat. The love to help you. And yeah, it's, it's all really welcoming. And that, that hopefully comes across in the book. [00:41:24] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it definitely does. And again, super interesting approach. I'll put a link to everything in the show notes that people can find this book and some of your other work. And I think it's, it's a fascinating way to explore what gravel looks like in great Britain and get to know a bunch of interesting people along the way. [00:41:42] Markus: Yeah. Yeah. And and it's also, I think one thing I've forgot, which is probably a bit of improvement. Like it's, it is also, I've always found that like the people featured in the book, they're also really happy to share their knowledge, you know? So, you know, just, yeah. Like yeah. If you happen to see them and meet them, speak to them [00:42:02] Craig Dalton: absolutely. Cool. Thanks Marcus. Thanks for the time. [00:42:06] Markus: Yeah. Awesome. Thank you. [00:42:08] Craig Dalton: That's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. Big, thanks to Marcus for coming on the show. . I loved learning more about gravel riding in great Britain. And I hope you enjoyed it too. Special, thanks to our friends at Trek travel. And that's your own a gravel bike tour. I hope you'll be able to join me. On the November 6th. Trip. Remember, just go to Trek, travel.com and search Girona gravel bike tour during the registration process. 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