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The Hero Show
Raoul Wallenberg: The Business of Freedom | The Hero Show

The Hero Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 30:35


Between July and December 1944, Swedish businessman Raoul Wallenberg saved the lives of thousands of Jews in Nazi-controlled Hungary. The Soviets captured him in January 1945, and Wallenberg was never seen again in public.    Are you interested in learning about Ayn Rand's Objectivism? Check out our FREE ebook:

Most Notorious! A True Crime History Podcast
256: The 1916 Shark Attacks w/ Dr. Richard Fernicola - A True Crime History Podcast

Most Notorious! A True Crime History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 76:17


Between July 1st and 12th, 1916, a sensational series of shark attacks terrorized seaside resorts and communities along the Jersey Shore. Four people would ultimately die before the shark thought responsible was found and killed. My guest, Dr. Richard Fernicola, is the world's foremost expert on the subject. He not only tells the story of how the attacks unfolded, but explains why they might have happened. His book is called "Twelve Days of Terror: Inside the Shocking 1916 New Jersey Shark Attacks". His book can be purchased here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H4D157MThis episode is sponsored by Talkspace. Use the promo code MONO for $100 off of your first month at https://www.talkspace.com/

Perth Live with Oliver Peterson
Ombudsman receives 63,000 complaints in 18 months

Perth Live with Oliver Peterson

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 5:52


Between July 2020 and March 2022 the telecommunications company Ombudsman received over 63,000 complaints about mobile services issues.  "It is a lot of complaints but positively we've seen an improvement in landline and internet complainants. We thought we'd dig deeper into mobile complaints as they have not tracked down as quickly," Cynthia Gebert, Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman told Oliver Peterson on Perth Live. Oly asked Ms Gebert whether she has seen a pattern arise amongst this large sump of complaints, where she explained the biggest driver to be a lack of or delayed action by the provider. "Something that worries me a bit more is that we are still seeing some work that needs to be done on the response of selling mobile services. People are being sold something they might not want, understand or need," she told Oly.  "Another thing we are alert to is the lack of clear information about coverage and service reliability."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
Miami Hurricanes Can Close On 4 Or 5 Top Targets This Week. Bonsu, Aguero, Alinen and Bryant?

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 34:09


It's a massive week in recruiting for Mario Cristobal and the Miami Hurricanes. Between July 20th and July 23rd, we will see announcements made by 4-star safety Jayden Bonsu, 5-star safety Joenel Aguero, 4-star OT Olaus Alinen, 4-star linebacker Malik Bryant and 4-star OT Payton Kirkland. The first 4 of those are strongly trending towards Miami while Kirkland feels less likely, but it's still a possibility.  Host Alex Donno breaks down what he's hearing and reading about these players and their level of interest in The U. The Hurricanes are trending towards a top 5 class for 2023 and could even get into the top 3 at this rate. Miami has had big head to head battles in recruiting with Alabama in recent weeks, and will also be battling Ohio State for the likes of Bonsu and Aguero. For Alinen, it seems to be between Miami and Bama, while Bryant appears to be deciding between Miami and Florida.  Donno also takes a look at performance reviews for Miami commits and targets at the Under Armor Future 50 event. Francis Mauigoa turned a lot of heads, as did Riley Williams. Miami target Olaus Alinen looks a little raw still, but his potential is through the room. Donno answers a listener question about the players to look forward to most for the upcoming 2022 season. Miami has a ton of talent beyond just quarterback Tyler Van Dyke. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Backroom
The Murder of Sylvia Likens

The Backroom

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 92:18


Between July and October 1965, sisters Sylvia and Jenny Likens was placed under the care of Gertrude Baniszewski by their parents who were carnival workers. The Likens' parents planned to come get them that November. The next four months would be hell on earth for the sisters, primarily Sylvia. As an agreement, Likes' father was to pay Gertrude $20 a week, but after two weeks, payments were a day or two late. Gertrude and her daughter Paula began to physically and mentally abuse the Likens Sisters. They shifted most of the abuse to Sylvia. She was burned, scalded, punched, kicked and hit with objects by the pair. It escalated to Gertrude allowing neighborhood kids to join in on the abuse for a fee of five cents. Gertrude would call Sylvia a prostitute and have her kids spread rumors that she was a sinner. Sylvia would suffer for no reason at all. She was malnourished since she was served expired food or denied food completely. She was incontinent and began urinating herself. Her body, littered with lacerations and bruises, grew weak as time went on. Her abusers would rub salt on Sylvia's wounds until she screamed. Jenny had no other option but to sit there and watch with tears in her eyes. In late October, Gertrude used a heated needle to etch and insult into Sylvia's abdomen. On October 26, 1965, Sylvia Likens died from her extensive injuries. Authorities believed Sylvia died eight hours before a call to police was made. Gertrude, her children Paula and John Jr. and two other neighborhood boys were tried together for Sylvia's murder. All five were found guilty with Gertrude and Paula receiving life sentences. The three boys spent two years in a reformatory since they were minors. All five were paroled, changing their identities and living out their days elsewhere. 

WBUR News
Consider This: Copley Without Cars

WBUR News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 9:00


Between July 7th and July 17th the city closed off the section of Dartmouth Street in front of the Boston Public Library to cars. It was part of a 10-day experiment called Copley Connect, which aimed to see what happens when you let people take over the street space.

The Remote Real Estate Investor
Here is what investors should know about the Tampa Bay real estate market

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 30:20


A Florida Native and graduate of University of South Florida, Jeff Wills is an accomplished Tampa Bay Area agent who brings a strategic yet personable approach to the home buying and home selling process. Drawing from years of experience as an agent in the Tampa market, he has built a solid reputation for himself as an industry leader with a solid track record that specializes in attention to detail in commercial and residential transactions. Investors are buying homes in Tampa at a record rate. Between July and September 2021, one in four homes that sold had an investor as the buyer. According to a report from the Tampa Bay Times, Tampa Bay ranks as the 7th hottest metro area for investors nationwide. Today, Jeff talks about the Tampa Bay market: neighborhoods, price to rent ratios, economic drivers, geographic considerations, and more insights that investors will want to know before making moves there. Episode Links: https://sefair-inv.com/ --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and joining me today is Jeff Wills, our certified agent out in Tampa Bay, Florida and Jeff's gonna be talking to us today about all the things we as investors need to know and should be aware of, if we're investing in that market. So let's get into it.   Really quickly, before we get into the episode today, I want to encourage everyone to go check out roofstockacademy.com. Roofstock Academy is our one stop shop for real estate education, independent of whether you're just getting started or a seasoned investor looking to scale up or get involved in a different asset class. We've got lectures, we've got coaching, we've got one on one slack access forum and a plethora of other financial benefits, as well as money back on your marketplace fee credits. If you're transacting on Roofstock. So come check us out at rootstockacademy.com look forward to seeing you in there. Jeff wills thanks so much for taking the time to hang out with me today, man really appreciate you coming on.   Jeff: Absolutely, man. Love to do it and thank you for having me. Yeah, of course. So   Michael: Yeah, of course. So we're just gonna like jump right into it and we're talking today about Tampa Bay, Florida. I want you to give all of our listeners why Tampa why now.   Jeff: So why Tampa why now honestly, I've been hearing that a lot. However, it has been very, very popular as of late. A lot of the big things that people are hearing, actually, just yesterday, Goldman Sachs bought 305 units in downtown Tampa for 168 million, setting another record price per unit and a crazy valuation for cap rates right now and so there's just there's a lot of synergy. The biggest thing behind it has been Water Street water streets about halfway through its 10 year growth plan. They've got phase one out of the way, phase two starting, and that has really brought a lot of life and vibrance to Tampa that was kind of growing and burgeoning there prior to COVID prior to all the popularity we have now, but I think it's really hit its peak and honestly, it's probably got a good you know, 10-20 30.50 years stride to soon looking like Miami, although personally I hope not. I'd like there to be a little bit less people and, and keep the enjoyment that we have here and honestly, you know, Tampa is a big town, it's a big population. But it really does have an extremely small town feel with the micro communities inside the neighborhoods inside the certain you know, sectors and where we are on the map and near the water and so I think Tampa has a lot to offer, both from an investment standpoint, from a long term hold appreciation standpoint, and especially, especially a rent gross. I don't know what that's gonna look like now, just because you know, kind of has hit a very, very high mark. However, we're not seeing any vacancies. We're not seeing, you know, any kind of rent concessions. I was just talking to a very big property manager yesterday for a different reason. But they were saying, yeah, we're barely giving written concessions. We're hitting full market rent. Everything's at 95% occupancy or above and there's no signs of stopping. So I love it, I I've always thought Tampa was a hidden gem before COVID and before things got crazy, but you know, kind of very lucky to be here now and enjoying every minute of it.   Michael: Right on, Jeff, that is that's super interesting. So I'm wondering, what was that cap rate that they got for the Goldman Sachs purchase, do you recall?   Jeff: Honestly, I don't have that in front of me, I can almost guarantee it was probably sub four. Even after tax adjustment, it's crazy. I actually lived in that building. When it first opened, I got a I snuck in with some written concessions and realtor bonuses and stuff like that. So I kind of skated in a bit but I mean, it went through a lot of challenges. I mean, management was horrible. Two years, they had the same management then fired that one and then fired another one and they've had problems left, right and center what that building just knowing because I've got friends that live there and stuff still and it's still selling for that price given I mean there's a bar across the street that has so much drama tied to it. It's insane, that the publicity from that sale has anything to do and so backing up from that Goldman Sachs has long been rumored to be taking a very, very big piece of the pie in the Waterstreet office space and so while that hasn't been announced Goldman Sachs buying that building to me just sounds like corporate housing instead of them having to go and give all their employees stimulus, oh, we'll give you a 5000 monthly allowance. They'll say hey here, we've got a block of rooms, pick one enjoy yourself. It's paid for and I think that might be how they're skating that market rent because some of the stuff and water St. Tampa is going up. Actually, I just talked to my friend yesterday 966 square feet with a big balcony 5000 a month and it's it was exactly what I did you have 550 a square foot. Yeah, um, it's, it's insane and I mean, once you set that, once you set that standard, I mean, they do. I mean, okay, the Heron is the best multifamily building I've ever seen. But I mean, setting that precedent, all people have to do is just be nearby and just enjoy the overflows, people who can live there and by the way, they have zero vacancy, and they have a weightless for that unit. That's coming up down hole, it's crazy.   Michael: Holy smokes. So Jeff, you clearly an expert on the area, give people a little bit background, who you are, where is it that you come from and what is it you do in real estate today?   Jeff: Absolutely, so I grew up about an hour north of Tampa and a county called Pasco, a very small town and to me growing up, Tampa was a big city, a really big city, I had been there three, four times the aquarium a couple of times, and I just every time staring at the top of the skyscrapers and that was just the biggest thing to me and growing up, went to college, didn't really know what I was doing there. When for finance, I was like, yeah, let me kind of figure stuff out. My dad one day was like, hey, why don't you just, you know, pop into real estate, see what's going on? I'm like, yeah, sounds fun, should be pretty flexible. I like people, like, give it a go. Seven years later, here I am and it's just been, you know, from top to bottom, you get to help people with something that's extremely difficult, extremely stressful, and very nuanced and I mean, you know, from deal to deal, there's always something different. There's always a different backstory a different why and even growing up prior to all that I've always kind of felt that I was a good listener. You know, I, of course, I have my own, you know, opinions and desires and stuff. But I was always able to kind of peel back, what is somebody looking for? What does somebody want to do? You know, what they're, they're telling me one thing, but what do they actually mean and I've always, you know, of course, ask them, hey, you know, you're saying this, but what do you want this, and it's just been very enjoyable and, you know, the client feedback is the same, I've got a ton of referrals, a ton of repeat customers, and it's just, it's very, very enjoyable for me to be able to, you know, simmer it down to its the parts that they can control and make sense of, and then I just handle all the other legal mumbo jumbo stuff on the back end and it's just been very, very enjoyable.   The first three years, I was very retail focused, you know, end user not very investor friendly, and kind of got bored with that and I was like, you know, I, I've always enjoyed numbers always been pretty good at numbers, like, why can't I get to the investor side of things and that's when I joined my current brokerage see fair investments and from there, it just kind of skyrocketed. Our offices set up extremely streamlined and efficient, to the point where in the past 13 months, just me and my broker together have done about 137 million in business, and 98% of that was investors and we're just, we're just masterfully efficient, fine-tuned and, you know, we know how to strike valuations from, you know, Jacksonville down to Fort Myers, it's, you know, it's a few things we know how the appraisers operate, we know what a tenant is going to do to it as far as evaluation what people are paying, because we've got 30 under contract that we can look at and say, oh, you know, hey, a cap rate is this based on this or like, we just have a ton of insight and ability to help our investors and you know, even just last week, you know, we have, you know, I guess it's kind of our, our secret sauce, but it's very simple. Every Friday, all of our clients get an update, regardless of status did nothing happen, hey, nothing happened today, you know, that just wanted to let you know, have a great day and yet again, I had another client last week said, hey, you know, honestly, we haven't even spoke on the phone. Once. It's been all email. I just wanted to say thank you. You were exemplary and you know, he even brought up the Friday things like every Friday, I had an update, I didn't need an update. I didn't you know, I didn't ever had a question about what you were doing, how the property was going and so while those compliments don't always come, I mean, it's always 9 to 10 with that, we haven't had very many upset people at all and they always bring us their next listing or, hey, I'm trying to buy in here and buying has been very challenging right now. So a lot of the investors are on hold being patient, seeing what rates are doing. But all in all, it's been really, really great, especially on the sales side, and we're just, you know, happy to help people while we can while the market is doing great.   Michael: Right on. Well, it sounds like if you ever transition careers whenever you're done to be ready to be done with real estate, you'd be a great therapist. good listener.   Jeff: Oh my gosh, I joke about that all the time. I tell people sometimes like, man, I've done so much marriage counseling, I'm good to go. We need to like do one deal. You'll know you'll get one and I'm saying, oh, that's pretty, it's, it's a lot, but it's just very easy. You know, I mean, the end of the day, people want a couple of things. They want to be comforted, they want to be, you know, they want to know that you're honest, and they want someone reliable and if you can fit those buckets, while being a joy to talk to and to interact with, I think that's really all I needed to do.   Michael: Love it, love it, love it. Well, Jeff, let's dig into the kind of meat and potatoes of the Tampa market a little bit and give listeners some insights into other than this Goldman Sachs transaction, which set new record highs and the buying being a little bit difficult. Let's educate people about the Tampa market. So who are some of the major employers in the market and are you seeing people moving to the area or maybe moving out of Tampa?   Jeff: Definitely a massive influx, I'm not sure the exact daily rates, but I know Florida, pre COVID was about 1200 people per day. After COVID, we're at about 2400 to 2600 people per day from out of state moving to Florida and while that's not always Tampa, that really is the only place that has had affordable housing, affordable rents, especially compared to Miami. Compared to Orlando, Orlando is a relatively higher price than us just because it was more pocketed it was hard to find an actual community over there. While there are a handful. It's very spread out and sprawling, and Tampa is extremely concentrated. Some of the larger employers in Tampa are, I wouldn't say there's one or two, the majority are a lot of health care providers, hospitals, doctors, stuff of that nature, a very big presence with attorneys and then honestly Tampa is becoming a very, very big tech hub. Reliaquest is a very big cybersecurity firm, they signed in Waterstreet for the top of their class, a class A office tower and so it's been rumored I've seen a couple articles that Tampa is the next Austin as far as a tech hub and you know, we're tax friendly. We don't have any state income tax, we have homestead, there's a lot of things that were already here and then now as other states like California are being, you know, more tax even more stricter on a lot of things. It's just it's increased that flow and I don't think that stops for a long, long time. Because Florida has so much land, we have so much room for stuff and while you know, even though you might not be right in the heart of Tampa, a 3540 minute drive is no big deal and you are close to a million different things inside that span. So just you know all of those things and then one underlying factor too, that I like to tell that nearly no one knows that I mentioned is pre COVID. I haven't checked these numbers after the Port of Tampa. Probably Never heard of it does 3 billion in revenue every year, if not more and so that has been a very silent provider. Actually, one of the biggest companies in Tampa is mosaic. They own right over 400,000 acres, and they're a fertilizer company. So they are huge in Tampa, as you know, from ground all the way up to politics and everything else. So they are very big employer and advocate for the port and everything else that's going on there.   Michael: Right on and Jeff, you give folks a sense of like, what is a traditional typical three, two, single family home cost and what would the rent look like and maybe you can give people an idea of some of the different neighborhoods in which they could be considering?   Jeff: The median home price now is right around 335,000 today, and we have about less than two months of inventory, scroll back to 2019, we had about six and a half months of inventory. So we've reduced that by about 300% and days on market, three to five days max, if it's even close to move in ready and that that median price. I mean, I'm looking at the chart now it's almost it's very, very close to 350,000 as of today, and it's just it's very, very challenging, but some of the better neighborhoods. So if you're in Tampa, South Tampa is really where you want to be, but those price points are honestly million dollar homes for a three two and so those rents and cap rates just won't sweat. They won't crack the code for what we're looking for and what honestly any investors should be looking for. So that's not really where we want to be. But I would say that Brandon is a great area. It's just outside of Tampa. It's about 30 minutes east, very sprawling tons of land, tons of nature, tons of trees and that area is a great neighborhood. Same very roughly same median price per square foot, you'll probably be able to get rents around anywhere from 1900 to 2200 for that size home depending on the condition and that's honestly a pretty savory return. Of course, you're now seeing foreign 450 be the norm there too but the rents are following. You know, I mean rents for those are 26 to 2800, all day long and sometimes that makes the cap rate, it maybe the cap rates a little more compressed and the overall return, but the cash flow is higher, and you know, the appreciation is going to be there.   Another and it's really hard to find a great cap rate neighborhood right now, because it's just, it's getting nipped up so much. If you go west of Tampa, north to the west Chase Oldsmar area, that's a great little area to that has very, very, very, very quickly start to price up as everybody's moved there, to where they couldn't afford South Tampa to where they couldn't afford north of Kennedy and West Tampa and so that's an excellent little pocket there great schools, great golf courses, you've got all ages that enjoy that area, which is, in my mind, for somebody that's looking for a renter, always, that's a good market to be in and then if you go north of Tampa, you've got Carolwood up there and greater Northdale. So all that area, there is also a great pocket of Tampa, the price points are going to be pretty high on average as well. But you can still find that starter entry level home and if you can get it at a good cap rate buy it, the every growth that I've seen is coming north of Tampa, in waves and this cheval Lutz area all the way over to Keystone in an East Lake. This actually has the highest concentration of wealth in the Hillsborough County so it's actually not in South Tampa. It's not in downtown, it's not on Davis Islands, which is a phenomenal honestly the best part of Tampa but a home there's you know, 4 million for 1500 square feet so those prices are crazy, but this area is excellent very equestrian, tons of lakes, tons of lake homes, tons of golf courses, nature trails preserves, an excellent up and coming area to be in and then one last area I'd like to highlight is the Ybor City and Seminole Heights area.   So this area is directly north of downtown Tampa and if anybody on here is familiar with St. Pete and fourth Ave, fourth Ave, stretches out of downtown St. Pete and goes north and that stretch is probably a 10 mile stretch of the most golden real estate I've ever seen retail shopping centers, storage homes, but that's been there for 20-30 years and then north and east where you see that Columbia restaurant is Ybor City, historic Ybor ton of culture there a ton of background ton of history, an excellent place to be but it is very, very pocketed and very hard to find land there, but would be an absolute killer. The next best spot is going to be Tampa heights and Seminole heights. If we see the Hillsborough River here, that's kind of the cutoff point for Seminole heights and then everything south of the Hillsborough River to about 15 Street is both terminal, Tampa heights and Seminole heights. Those areas are fantastic. People love to be there. There's a whole bunch of you know, farmers markets and pop up shops and just cool boutique II stuff that is not you know, another McDonald's and Taco Bell that people are bored with. So this that's another great neighborhood, and that also sprawls out into a sea wells wood, and then West Ham over here by the airport.   Michael: That's a super great overview. Jeff, thank you so much.   Jeff: Absolutely.   Michael: I'm so curious if you can give people an idea of how property taxes work, because I think that can often be and I'm sure as you see, one of the biggest maker breaks of a real estate deal. So give folks a walkthrough in the Greater Tampa area. Of course, it varies county by county, but how should they be thinking about property taxes?   Jeff: Excellent questions. So obviously, we all know taxes based on a millage rate, every county, like you said is different county by county. But based on that, I mean, there's really not much else we can do to kind of guesstimate and or further understand it besides going to the Property Appraiser website. But plugging in the property and estimating the taxes. A good rule of thumb with that though, is that I found is anywhere between 85 and 90% of the purchase price, and then take the millage rate, then we can kind of skip the step of you know going in there and directly estimating it but that is that will get you within 99% accuracy of the taxes when they become reassessed after closing and so again, that's 8085 to 90% of the purchase price. So if it's 400 it's gonna be about you know, 375 380 and then take the millage and then that'll be your that'll be your new annual tax roll. And that is very, very, very, very important to take into account because I've seen a lot of investors in the past, go into a property and just pull the current taxes without any idea that they're gonna go. If that person's owned the home for 30 years tax you're going to have Got 1000 a month on a $400,000 home after you close, they're going to be closer to about, you know, five to 6000. So that that alone can easily skew a deal. So you always want to make sure that the taxes are, you know, properly at least estimated going in and then double checked while you're going through the process.   Michael: Jeff, you said 1000 a month for that 30 year old 30 year old hold, but I think he made 1000 a year, right?   Jeff: Correct. Yeah, absolutely, 1000 a year for sure.   Michael: Okay, okay. So is there like a good rule of thumb, if someone doesn't know the millage rate like 1% of the sale price, or one and a half percent of the sale price,   Jeff: I would I would inch to one and a half percent of the sales price because I'm seeing more and more than a $400,000 home is any anywhere between 5500 to 7500, depending on their tax district and while it is county by county, there are some overlays in some certain neighborhoods and CBDs that we'll have some effect on that. So I would I would definitely lean to one and a half percent and then if you want to be real conservative, just go 2% and then it'll always be below that.   Michael: Okay, right on. Now, anyone who's ever listened to the news ever, or who follows any kind of climate or weather has heard about that Florida has hurricanes. Talk to us a little bit about some of the weather and climate, things that are unique to Tampa that someone from California might not be aware of.   Jeff: Right, well, I will say anything that you've seen from not being in one, it's always way crazier, that are way less crazy than what they say it is obviously…   Michael: People hanging on the palm trees, you know, getting strung out.   Jeff: Oh, yeah. All, all extremely oversaturated. In my opinion, the biggest thing with Tampa Bay is flooding. And that really only happens in South Tampa and waterfront properties. So honestly, I would say any investor in Florida should really avoid waterfront properties because of hurricane insurance and flood insurance. They're just too high and they're gonna kill your returns not on not including any liability insurance you have. For the tenant that's there, I would say waterfront would work excellent in a short term rental, because that's kind of a hotel experience. But a long term tenant really is not going to do great there. I would certainly avoid it. Overall, if you're in the mainland and not in the low lying area, hurricanes aren't gonna do just about anything to you. As long as the home is up to code and you have a you know, Hurricane Preparedness step do you have the metal covers for the windows and just, you know, it's simple Google search will show you how to get hurricane ready, but it's really, it's really way more than they hype it up to be.   Michael: Okay, awesome and that's a really good point that you bring up. If the house is up to code, you expect it to withstand a hurricane or not became a drone? How should people be thinking about older housing stock or does Tampa even have older housing stock, like in California, we've got a lot of 1950s built ranch style homes. That's just a lot of the bulk of the inventory, what are you seeing there in Tampa?   Jeff: Exactly the same, the bulk of the inventory is probably going to fall in the 1970 range, a ton of homes and that 1950 to 1980 and then honestly, in Ybor you'll see a whole bunch of homes in 1912, 1915, where the area is very, very old, and has a ton of homes with crawl spaces. So what you want to avoid is homes on a crawlspace. If it doesn't have a slab Foundation, honestly, just avoid it. Can you get around it? Can you figure it out, can you have a foundation inspection? Absolutely but those are all things they're going to tack on to the cost and your whole period. If you're a five year holder, maybe it's not a big deal. But if you're at 1015 20, you are going to be dealing with foundation issues, at least at some point and it is not cheap. So that is one thing I would avoid with the age of the inventory and then one other special thing that kind of gets talked about a lot in Florida is sinkholes and so sinkholes are extremely common. They're not as bad as again, as you see on the news 99% of the time. But what happened back in, I would say 95 205 a couple people had a sinkhole that was relatively bad, you know, the home was falling in and unsafe living conditions and then insurance companies and engineers that were working with them came into the entire neighborhood and said, oh, you've got settlement cracks. This looks like a sinkhole and so you'll see 85% of homes maybe even higher than that that have had a sinkhole remediation done with no significant repairs or need for that at all and once the sinkhole home has been remediated with either a chemical grounding a underpinning or a another. They actually insert concrete under the home once you do either of those three things. Your risk for a sinkhole after that is slim to none because once you solidify all the Lime Rock and silt that's under the home you're done, there's nothing to worry about, just check for warranties, and make sure that engineering report gets to your insurance provider and I believe there's still only two insurance providers in the state of Florida, that will insure a single home. So it's going to be a little bit more expensive as well. So just keep that in mind.   Michael: Okay, good to know and, Jeff, I just want to go back to the foundation, you said that to avoid slabs or avoid crawl spaces?   Jeff: Avoid crawl spaces. I mean, you don't have to avoid them at all costs. But if the house looks a little wonky, even on the photos, just go on to the next one. I've seen 95% of every home that I've been that has a crawlspace has some sort of issue, you can drop a marble in the kitchen, and it ends up in the living room every time. It's just Florida. I mean, Florida with sinkholes, and still homes horrible mixture and there's not a ton of those. But you'll see him a lot in Ybor City a lot around some of the older areas of Tampa, but just stick to the easy stuff, you know, slab on frame or slab on block and you'll 9 times out of 10 you'll be good to go.   Michael: Okay, right on and from a kind of hurricane perspective, what are your thoughts and what should people be looking out for in terms of roofs?   Jeff: You want as long of a life expectancy on the roof as possible, um, shingle roofs are great, every roof made in the past, I think from 2010, or maybe even earlier, since we had that one bad hurricane that came through all of the code is updated. The majority of the roofs have roof strapping that straps the trusses down to the block and that helps tremendously during hurricanes and just about every home has that and when you get an inspection, you do your wind mitigation and that is a very, very, very big piece of the pie to save you money on insurance, especially if you're considering hurricane coverage. So I would say maybe one out of every 100 to 200 clients gets hurricane protection. But it's available and honestly, you really just want to make sure that it has up to code roofing and those standards and it'll be just fine.   Michael: Right on and kind of in the same vein as insurance. What are you seeing or do you have a good kind of ballpark estimate for clients and listeners about what insurance costs are in Florida?   Jeff: Absolutely, to keep it simple, like we did with the taxes, I would probably say that's very close to the 1% rule and probably even a little bit below that, a $400,000 home. I've seen quotes anywhere from 2800 to 3800. So if you use the 1%, it's going to be less but you know, as long as you're not in a flood zone and don't you know don't have any hazard or wind additional add ones, then that should be a perfect, perfect metric to keep track on.   Michael: Right on. Jeff, this has been super awesome, man. Any final thoughts, things tips tricks that folks should be aware of as they're investigating the Tampa market?   Jeff: Absolutely don't wait, don't sleep if you want something, get it now get it while it's hot, because it's only going up. I think we've been undervalued for a very long time. I think we're at market value now. But I think the you know, honestly, the 10 to 30 year window and long range gross of Tampa I think is going to pay massive dividends for whoever can get in there.   Michael: Right on and I guess my last question you, are you seeing stuff go over asking or are you still seeing things come under list price or how are you seeing that?   Jeff: The market right now is very weird. Only because I've been used to just stuff flying for 18 months now. With the rates kind of adjusting the way that they have been everything has slowed to a tolerable level instead of 20 offers on a home we have three to five, so it's still chaos, but it's controlled chaos and something we can all deal with a little bit. But yet if you're not offering asking, you're not getting the house, if you're not offering 10 grand 15-20 above the house, you're probably still not getting it if somebody else's cash. So it's, it's extremely competitive. You have to be willing to push that cap rate on your own and be ready for the appreciation and the rent growth next year to kind of float you to where you want to be.   Michael: Okay, so good to know, Jeff, our certified agent out in Tampa, and folks have questions for you want to get a hold up? Where's the best place for them to do that?   Jeff: Absolutely. Um, you can visit our website at any time https://sefair-inv.com or feel free to reach out to me directly. My cell phone and email will be left in the podcast notes and I'll be happy to do whatever you like.   Michael: Right on. Thanks so much Jeff, can't wait to hear from you to chat soon.   Jeff: Absolutely, buddy. Have a great day, thank you!   Michael: Thanks, take care. All right, everyone. That was our episode A big thank you to Jeff for coming on and hanging out with me. It was a lot of fun, super interesting and clearly he is jazz about the market. I think a lot of us should be too. As always, if you've liked the episode I would love, love, love to hear from you all check out some ratings or reviews from you all and just hear what you have to say about the show. We look forward to seeing on the next one and happy investing!

HJ Talks about abuse
Prosecution Rates Drop By 45% In Four Years

HJ Talks about abuse

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 6:56


This week we talk about how child sexual abuse prosecution rates have reportedly fallen 45% in four years. The figures obtained by the NSPCC indicate prosecutions fell from 6,394 in 2016/2017 to 3,025 in 2020/2021. Convictions in the same period fell from 4,751 to 2,595 Further information obtained through freedom of information requests suggested cases were taking much longer to get to trial with explanations of closing courts, reduced court staff. However, during the same period there was an increase of 57% in police reports of child sexual abuse. We have discussed before the impact of the pandemic on resources, increased abuse and delays in court procedures. NSPCC are now calling for Dominic Rabb to review and reserve the decline in prosecutions and convictions. Further they want court delays tackled and more funding for specialist sexual violence advisers to assist children during the process. NSPCC are seeking funding from the Ministry of Justice Spending Review  to tackle the backlog of child sexual abuse cases, to fund children safe houses However a crown prosecution services spokesman stated prosecutions had increased by 22% in the last year. Between July 2020- June 2021 the CPS stated 4347 were prosecuted which was a 84.2 % conviction rate. The year before they state the conviction rate of 2556 prosecutions was 84.4 % We encourage anyone who has concerns about sexual abuse to get in touch. You can contact Alan Collins at Alan.collins@hughjames.com or Danielle Vincent at  Danielle.vincent@hughjames.com.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 02.09.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2022 62:37


Grapes could help protect against cognitive decline   University of California, Los Angeles - February 06 2022.   The January issue of Experimental Gerontology published the finding of researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles of a protective effect for powdered grape against a decline in brain metabolism in older adults. The results of the investigation suggest that eating grapes might contribute to the prevention of Alzheimer's disease. The study included ten men and women with mild cognitive decline. Participants were given freeze-dried grape powder or a placebo similar in flavor and appearance but lacking beneficial grape polyphenols. The grape powders, which provided the equivalent of three servings of grapes per day, were mixed with water and consumed in divided daily doses for six months. Cognitive performance and changes in brain metabolism as assessed by PET scans were evaluated before and after the treatment period.   (NEXT)   Loneliness associated with increased risk of dementia in older adults   New York University, February 7, 2022   As social isolation in the United States has been increasing among older adults, a new study shows a notable link between loneliness and dementia risk, and one that is most striking for Americans who represent a large part of the population. In the study publishing February 7 in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology,researchers found a three-fold increase in risk of subsequent dementia among lonely Americans younger than 80 years old who would otherwise be expected to have a relatively low risk based on age and genetic risk factors. The study also found that loneliness was associated with poorer executive function (i.e., a group of cognitive processes including decision-making, planning, cognitive flexibility, and control of attention) and changes in the brain that indicate vulnerability to Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD).   (NEXT)   Dietary total antioxidant capacity and mortality outcomes: the Singapore Chinese Health Study   Huazhong University of Science and Technology (China), February 1, 2022   To evaluate the relations of dietary total antioxidant capacity (DTAC) with mortality outcomes in a Chinese population. The study included 62,063 participants from the Singapore Chinese Health Study. The participants were 45–74 years at baseline (1993–1998) when dietary data were collected with a validated 165-item food frequency questionnaire. During 1,212,318 person-years of follow-up, 23,397 deaths [cardiovascular diseases (CVD): 7523; respiratory diseases: 4696; and cancer: 7713] occurred. In multivariable models, the HR (95% CI) comparing participants in the highest vs. lowest quartile of CDAI was 0.85 for all-cause mortality, 0.82 for CVD mortality, 0.76 for respiratory disease mortality  and 0.94 for cancer mortality  Similar associations were found with the VCEAC index. Higher intakes of the DTAC components, i.e., vitamin C, vitamin E, carotenoids, and flavonoids, were all associated with lower mortality risk.   (NEXT)   Healthy lifestyle equals bigger brain   Yale University School of Medicine, February 4 2022.   Research findings scheduled to be reported at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference 2022  demonstrated that adherence to Life's Simple 7 lifestyle behaviors is associated with greater brain volume and fewer indicators of damage among middle-aged men and women. The study included 35,914 participants enrolled in the UK Biobank. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain measured brain volume and white matter hyperintensity volume.   (NEXT)   No time to exercise? What about three seconds a day?   Edith Cowan University (Australia) and Niigata University (Japan), February 7, 2022   Lifting weights for as little as three seconds a day can have a positive impact on muscle strength, a new study from Edith Cowan University (ECU) has discovered. A collaboration with researchers from Niigata University of Health and Welfare (NUHW) in Japan had 39 healthy university students perform one muscle contraction at maximum effort for three seconds per day, for five days a week over four weeks. The participants performed either an isometric, concentric or eccentric bicep curl (see definitions below) at maximum effort, while researchers measured the muscles' maximum voluntary contraction strengthbefore and after the four-week period. Another 13 students performed no exercise over the same period and were also measured before and after the four weeks. Muscle strength increased more than 10 percent for the group who performed the eccentric bicep curl after the four weeks, but less increase in muscle strength was found for the other two exercise groups. The no exercise group saw no increase. The study shows all three lifting methods had some benefit to muscle strength, however eccentric contraction easily produced the best results.   (OTHER NEWS)   Dystopia Disguised as Democracy: All the Ways in Which Freedom Is an Illusion   John W. Whitehead & Nisha Whitehead, February 8, 2022   We are no longer free. We are living in a world carefully crafted to resemble a representative democracy, but it's an illusion. We think we have the freedom to elect our leaders, but we're only allowed to participate in the reassurance ritual of voting. There can be no true electoral choice or real representation when we're limited in our options to one of two candidates culled from two parties that both march in lockstep with the Deep State and answer to an oligarchic elite. We think we have freedom of speech, but we're only as free to speak as the government and its corporate partners allow. We think we have the right to freely exercise our religious beliefs, but those rights are quickly overruled if and when they conflict with the government's priorities, whether it's COVID-19 mandates or societal values about gender equality, sex and marriage. We think we have the freedom to go where we want and move about freely, but at every turn, we're hemmed in by laws, fines and penalties that regulate and restrict our autonomy, and surveillance cameras that monitor our movements. Punitive programs strip citizens of their passports and right to travel over unpaid taxes. We think we have property interests in our homes and our bodies, but there can be no such freedom when the government can seize your property, raid your home, and dictate what you do with your bodies. We think we have the freedom to defend ourselves against outside threats, but there is no right to self-defense against militarized police who are authorized to probe, poke, pinch, taser, search, seize, strip and generally manhandle anyone they see fit in almost any circumstance, and granted immunity from accountability with the general blessing of the courts. Certainly, there can be no right to gun ownership in the face of red flag gun laws which allow the police to remove guns from people merely suspected of being threats. We think we have the right to an assumption of innocence until we are proven guilty, but that burden of proof has been turned on its head by a surveillance state that renders us all suspects and overcriminalization which renders us all lawbreakers. Police-run facial recognition software that mistakenly labels law-abiding citizens as criminals. A social credit system (similar to China's) that rewards behavior deemed “acceptable” and punishes behavior the government and its corporate allies find offensive, illegal or inappropriate. We think we have the right to due process, but that assurance of justice has been stripped of its power by a judicial system hardwired to act as judge, jury and jailer, leaving us with little recourse for appeal. A perfect example of this rush to judgment can be found in the proliferation of profit-driven speed and red light cameras that do little for safety while padding the pockets of government agencies. By gradually whittling away at our freedoms—free speech, assembly, due process, privacy, etc.—the government has, in effect, liberated itself from its contractual agreement to respect the constitutional rights of the citizenry while resetting the calendar back to a time when we had no Bill of Rights to protect us from the long arm of the government. We've bartered away our right to self-governance, self-defense, privacy, autonomy and that most important right of all: the right to tell the government to “leave me the hell alone.” In exchange for the promise of safe streets, safe schools, blight-free neighborhoods, lower taxes, lower crime rates, and readily accessible technology, health care, water, food and power, we've opened the door to militarized police, government surveillance, asset forfeiture, school zero tolerance policies, license plate readers, red light cameras, SWAT team raids, health care mandates, overcriminalization and government corruption. In the end, such bargains always turn sour. We can no longer maintain the illusion of freedom.   (NEXT)   Preventive Use of Ivermectin Reduced COVID Mortality by 90%, Study Found   A peer-reviewed study published last month found the prophylactic use of ivermectin reduced COVID mortality by 90% among more than 223,000 study participants in a town in Southern Brazil.   David Charbonneau, Ph.D., February 7, 2022   A peer-reviewed study published last month found the prophylactic use of ivermectin reduced COVID mortality by 90% among more than 223,000 study participants in a town in Southern Brazil. The study, published in the Cureus Journal of Medical Science, also found a 44% reduction in COVID cases among those who took the re-purposed drug. Between July 7, 2020, and Dec. 2, 2020, all residents of Itajaí were offered ivermectin. Approximately 3.7% of ivermectin users contracted COVID during the trial period, compared with 6.6% of residents who didn't take the drug. Based on the results, Dr. Flavio Cadegiani, one of the study's lead authors, said, “Ivermectin must be considered as an option, particularly during outbreaks.” Dr Pierre Kory said: “You would think this would lead to major headlines everywhere. And yet, nothing. And this is not new, this censorship of this highly effective science and evidence around repurposed drugs. The censoring of it, it's not new, it's just getting more and more absurd. And it has to stop.” Kory said it's not even about ivermectin, “it's about the pharmaceutical industry's capture of our agencies and how our policies are all directed at suppressing and avoiding use of re-purposed drugs” in favor of high-profit medicines.

Have you seen me? The Missing Chronicles

Between July 1 and 22 of 2019, Montgomery allegedly punched the girl, who was 5 at the time with visual impairments that included blindness in her right eye, in the face.At least two family members — Harmony's stepmom Kayla Montgomery and her father's uncle Kevin Montgomery — later told police they saw her with a black eye. Her own uncle, Michael Montgomery, said he heard about it. But none of them reported it to police until last week, when Manchester detectives started demanding answers.Child welfare agencies in both states declined to comment, citing privacy concerns.Support the show (https://pod.fan/have-you-seen-me-the-missing-chronicles)

CAST11 - Be curious.
Prescott's Arizona Community Foundation Distributes $29.3 Million in Grants, Scholarships

CAST11 - Be curious.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 7:41


Prescott's Arizona Community Foundation and its donors are pleased to announce grant and scholarship distributions for the second quarter of its fiscal year. Between July 1 and September 30, 2021, a total of ,292,494 was awarded from funds of the Arizona Community Foundation and its six statewide affiliates in Cochise, Flagstaff, the Gila Valley, Sedona, Yavapai County, and Yuma. The .3 million in both discretionary and advised grants and scholarships were awarded in five strategic priority areas: Health Innovations, Community Improvement & Development, Environment & Sustainability, Arts & Culture, and Quality Education. Health Innovations: A total of .2 million was... For the written story, read here >> https://www.signalsaz.com/articles/prescotts-arizona-community-foundation-distributes-29-3-million-in-grants-scholarships/

True Crime Mania
Myra Hindley and Ian Brady, Moors murders

True Crime Mania

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 40:20


In the early 1960s, mysterious child abductions and murders were making headlines. Between July 1963 and October 1965, five children and teenagers were horribly raped and mutilated and their remains buried on Saddleworth Moor. The long investigation led by the Manchester Police Department will gradually shed light on two immoral and demonic personalities: Myra Hindley is a charming blonde, and her partner, Ian Brady! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mile High Magazine Podcast
Mile High Magazine 07/18/2021 Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children

Mile High Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 14:32


Guest: Maureen Tarrant President and CEO Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children was in the 1990s and they now have over 300 pediatric specialist.  They have families from a 12 state regions that they care for.  Between July 19th and August 28th, KOSI 101, CBS 4 Denver and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children have partnered to collect new teddy bears.  These teddy bears are then given to paramedics who then give them to a child who just experienced trauma.           https://kosi101.com/teddy-bear-patrol/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

My Amazon Guy
[ LOST INVENTORY ] You Thought Amazon FBA Shipping Restrictions Were Bad?

My Amazon Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 3:23


Hello,We are contacting you because we've identified you as the owner of inventory that had not been previously allocated to your account due to an error in one or more of your shipments to an Amazon fulfillment center.On July 14, 2021, we will begin assigning items to accounts that we determine to be the owner of the unallocated inventory. Between July 14 and July 30, you might start seeing items from past shipments being added back to your account.You have not been charged storage fees for items that were not previously assigned to your account. Once the inventory is assigned to your account, monthly storage fees will apply.For more information, go to our inventory storage fees Help page:https://sellercentral.amazon.ca/gp/help/external/G200612770If you don't want to continue offering these items for sale, you can submit a request to remove them. We will waive the removal fee for these specific items until 11:59 p.m. on August 27, 2021. Starting 12:00 a.m. on August 28, you will be charged the standard removal fee to remove units that were assigned to you.For more information, go to "Remove inventory from a fulfillment center":https://sellercentral.amazon.ca/gp/help/external/201436560To see inventory that was assigned to your account as part of this effort, download your Inventory Adjustments report after July 30 and filter by following the instructions below:1. From the "Reports" menu, select "Fulfilment".2. Under "Inventory," click "Inventory Adjustments," and then click the "Download" tab.3. From the "Event date" menu, select "Exact dates".4. Enter the date range for July 14 to July 30, 2021.5. Click "Request .csv download" or "Request .txt download".6. After the report status changes from "In progress" to "Download," click "Download" to save the file to your computer.7. Open the report in a spreadsheet or database program such as Microsoft Excel or Access.8. Filter the "Reason" column to show "N" only, and filter the "Unreconciled" column to exclude "0" values.The Fulfilment by Amazon teamJoin our Channel to get early access and say thanks to Steven Pope for putting out all the content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClUSEsDS2sdgNJfCcCM_5Uw/joinAbout Steven Pope: Steven is the founder of My Amazon Guy. He started his career as a TV reporter in Idaho, then was an eCommerce Director for 10 years for brands ranging from Gold & Silver Coins to Women's Plus Size Clothing. Steven created My Amazon Guy because of how difficult it has become to grow sales on Amazon. Steven owns MAG, My Refund Guy - a clawback FBA service, and Momstir - a Private Label FBA Wine Glass brand with the #1 funny wine glass on Amazon. He has more than 600 tutorial videos on YouTube showing how to handle ANY problem faced on Amazon. Steven also hosts a podcast with interviews from other Amazon experts. LinkedIn // Degrees: MBA and BS In Communications. Amazon Advertising Sponsored Ads Accredited.About My Amazon Guy: An 160+ client full-service Amazon Agency in Atlanta, Georgia. We growth hack sales through traffic and conversion improvements. PPC, SEO, Design, Catalog Merchandising, and more all in-house. My Amazon Guy Podcast and Videos: Podcast.MyAmazonGuy.comYouTube.com/MyAmazonGuyWebsite: MyAmazonGuy.comOther Social Media links:https://www.facebook.com/myamazonguys/https://www.linkedin.com/company/my-amazon-guyhttps://twitter.com/myamazonguy#amazonselling #amazonseller #amazonfba #myamazonguy00:0000:16 Dan Pope with Adam Heist at the Prosper Show01:43 Amazon is giving you inventory that they've lost02:28 My Refund GuySupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/myamazonguy)

HOTTEST NEWS PREDICTIONS- Psychic News by Clairvoyant House
Mansour Abbas (Leader of the United Arab List) – Clairvoyant/Psychic reading June 18, 2021 – by Clairvoyant House “Dimitrinka Staikova and daughters Stoyanka and Ivelina Staikova”

HOTTEST NEWS PREDICTIONS- Psychic News by Clairvoyant House "Dimitrinka Staikova and daughters

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2021 2:26


Mansour Abbas (Leader of the United Arab List) – Clairvoyant/Psychic reading June 18, 2021 – by Clairvoyant House “Dimitrinka Staikova and daughters Stoyanka and Ivelina Staikova” – from Europe, Bulgaria, Varna http://clairvoyantdimitrinkastaikova.weebly.com http://clairvoyant-dimitrinka-staikova.mystrikingly.com https://dimitrinkastaikova.wordpress.com http://sites.google.com/site/dimitrinkastaikova At June 13, 2021 – I see pain in the left kidney of Mansour Abbas, pain in the left pelvic area, pain in the muscles above the both lungs and inside them. His liver and bile are inflamed, painful. There is a severe pain at the forehead and the entire frontal left pard of the head. The urinary tract is inflamed. He is ill by Coronavirus and the temperature of his body and the blood pressure will often play (raise and fall). He has agreed with fear for the coalition with Naftali Bennett. He is thinking that the coalition is up to him. Mansour Abbas is in a moment of hiding by the world and secret talks, messages, agreements with State leaders. Between July 8 and 15, 2021 – there will be changes for him. August 2021 – I see him aside of the Knesset, but he will still have a wish to keep the dialogue. That government of Israel will almost split twice and it will be united again until the coming of the next one. READ MORE ABOUT THE FUTURE OF ISRAEL SEEN BY CLAIRVOYANT DIMITRINKA STAIKOVA THROUGH THE EYES OF BENJAMIN NETANYAHU, BENNY GANTZ : https://dimitrinkastaikova.wordpress.com/?s=Benjamin+Netanyahu+ Oul Latest Ebooks : Find more Ebooks by Clairvoyant Dimitrinka Staikova in our Ebook Store – ● https://clairvoyantdimitrinkastaikova.weebly.com/HottestNewsPredictions BUY OUR EBOOKS AND PAPERBACK BOOKS FROM AMAZON : ● http://www.amazon.com/s?k=Dimitrinka+Staikova HOTTEST NEWS PREDICTIONS Psychic News by Clairvoyant House “Dimitrinka Staikova and daughters Stoyanka and Ivelina Staikova” – from Europe,Bulgaria,Varna. Authors of more than 80 books with Clairvoyant predictions/Psychic readings on the Hottest News of the day published in Amazon ● CLICK HERE TO ORDER A CLAIRVOYANT/PSYCHIC READING BY Clairvoyant House “Dimitrinka Staikova and daughters Stoyanka and Ivelina Staikova” – from Europe,Bulgaria,Varna http://clairvoyantdimitrinkastaikova.weebly.com https://dimitrinkastaikova.wordpress.com http://sites.google.com/site/dimitrinkastaikova ●Follow us –| Twitter | Instagram | NEW ! Follow our Telegram channels : Psychic News – https://t.me/s/dimitrinkastaikova Hottest News Predictions – https://t.me/hottestnewspredictions

ZKM | Karlsruhe /// Veranstaltungen /// Events
Terrestrische Universität: Oceans in Transformation

ZKM | Karlsruhe /// Veranstaltungen /// Events

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 63:18


Critical Zones | Terrestrische Universität [16.07.2020] The ocean is a sensorium. It records in its complex dynamics the transformations of the Earth, and it inscribes its cycles back into the activities of life-forms. The global ocean is changing its circulations, energies, interactions, and ecologies. It is the most dynamic and sensitive component of our living planet. How can we think from and with the ocean? The ocean is in a new phase of its dynamic history, shaped by intensifications of the impact of human activities on planetary systems. The transformations are plural: they traverse a multiplicity of elements, circulations, life forms, environments, and operate across a gradient of dimensions, energies and rhythms. How are we to understand the current sets of transformations changing the ocean without reverting to an all-sweeping new horizon, one single line of sight? How to become sensible to the multiple refractions and circulations that are coupled in the making of the Anthropocene ocean? TBA21–Academy and Territorial Agency are collaborating to connect new forms of visibility and understanding of the ocean brought by science, culture, and art. Linking scientists, artists, policy makers, and conservationists by way of shared images, data sets, and narratives, the project is structured as an instigation for new cognitive modes of encountering the ocean and a line towards attainable solutions to safe-guard the oceans. »Oceans in Transformation« is a multi-year research project by Territorial Agency, commissioned by TBA21-Academy. The project is highlighted in the exhibition »Critical Zones« with a multimedia installation investigating the architecture of the continental shelf, and how they are being transformed into a complex architecture of extraction. Fossil resources are being extracted at larger and larger risk, excessive fishing is depleting the livelihood of marine life, the ploughing of the seabed through trawling is rearranging the sedimentary strata and eradicating life. About the participants John Palmesino is an architect and urbanist, born in Switzerland. He has established, together with Ann-Sofi Rönnskog, Territorial Agency, which has designed the integrated vision for the future of the Markermeer, in the Netherlands. In his scientific as well as artistic work, he focuses on the territorial transformations. Ann-Sofi Rönnskog is an architect and urbanist from Finland. Together with John Palmesino, she has established Territorial Agency . Her work focuses on the architectural and spatial analysis of contemporary city transformation processes. Markus Reymann is the director of TBA21-Academy. Between July, 2011 and today, Reymann initiated and conducted numerous expeditions. Each trip is designed as a collaboration with invited artists, scientists and thinker's eager to embark on oceanic explorations. Inspired by this unusual encounter with both human and natural elements, the Academy commissions ambitious projects informed by the itinerary of the research vessel Dardanella. Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza is the Founder and Chair of Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21). Driven by a belief in the power of art to serve as an agent of change, she has supported artists throughout her career in the production and creation of new work that fuels engagement with the most pressing issues of our times. Bruno Latour is a philosopher, anthropologist and sociologist. He curated the exhibition »Critical Zones«, which puts the focus on the thin surface of the earth, in which all transactions of life are mutually dependent. In his latest publication »Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime« he demands to define politics as what leads toward the Earth and not toward the global or the national. Peter Weibel is the chairman of the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe. He studied literature, medicine, logic, philosophy, and film. On account of his various activities as artist, media theorist, curator, and as a nomad between art and science, he became a central figure in European media art. He also curated the exhibition »Critical Zones« Bettina Korintenberg is a cultural studies scholar whose work focuses on the areas where art, architecture, and literature intersect. Her curatorial and academic practice centers on critically questioning and reflecting on paradigms of modernity against the backdrop of contemporary social and ecological transformations. She also curated the exhibition »Critical Zones«.

Cade Hildreth on Fitness, Food and Finance - Audio Feed of CadeHildreth.com
Jonathan Groff: The Untold Story of How He Rose to Fame [CadeHildreth.com — Audio Feed]

Cade Hildreth on Fitness, Food and Finance - Audio Feed of CadeHildreth.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2020 7:56


In recent years, Jonathan Groff has become a household name and all-round family favorite. Between July 3 and 13, more than 2.7 million households watched Jonathan Groff's iconic role in Hamilton on Disney+. Late last year, he reprised the role of Kristoff in Frozen 2, which is now the highest-grossing animated film in cinematic history! However, Groff's love of performing goes way back beyond these latest successes. So who is Jonathan Groff, and how did he get where he is today? If you want to know more about Jonathan Groff's rise to stardom, you're in the right place. Read on to learn the untold story about how this iconic performer and LGBTQ+ advocate broke onto the big stage, screen and TV. ABOUT THE PODCAST: This podcast is an audio feed of the website, CadeHildreth.com where you'll learn what you SHOULD'VE been taught in school. As an LGBTQ + entrepreneur, real estate investor, former USA Rugby Player, and fitness enthusiast, Cade will teach you what your parents and teachers should have taught you but didn't know themselves. You'll learn how to increase your income, negotiate a raise, buy real estate, invest for cash flow, lose 10 lbs fast, reveal 6-pack abs, and so much more. CONNECT WITH CADE: Website: CadeHildreth.com Instagram: Instagram.com/CadeHildreth Twitter: Twitter/CadeHildreth Facebook: Facebook.com/CadeHildreth Pinterest: Pinterest.com/CadeHildreth

Cindy Paulos Show
I talk to Catherine Louise Geach on the Peace Projects.

Cindy Paulos Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2020 42:08


 I talk to Catherine Louise Geach on the Peace Projects. Catherine Louise Geach was born in England and began playing the violin at the age of 4, performing her first concert a year later. When she was 15 she won a scholarship to study violin at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Between July and September of 1990, she went to Cambodia at the age of 18, in order to compile a report on the violation of human rights by the Khmer Rouge and the devastating effect this was having on the civilian population of Cambodia. The “Aid and War Report” was sent to the UN, British Government and organisations concerned with peace and development. The report highlighted the suffering of people in Khmer Rouge zones and showed why the international community should not be supporting the Khmer Rouge, as well as the negative effect the International Aid and Trade embargo had on Cambodia. For the “Aid and War Report”, she was awarded the Bernard Brett Peace Bequest in 1991. During her research in Cambodia in 1990, she performed a concert for the Royal University of Fine Arts and was asked by the Dean of the Music Faculty to return to the University to help teach. From 1990 -1991 she studied Khmer as a private student at SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies in London.)and Kompong Speu hospitals with civilians maimed by mines and rocket fire. She also did research on the Kreung and Tampuan ethnic minorities and their music in Ratankiri Province, she wrote an article for the Tablet about them and presented her research at the European Seminar of Ethnomusicology in 1992. She was a United Nations Election Observer in Ratanakiri Province for Cambodia’s first democratic elections in 1993. For video and more info go to the ThePeaceProjects.com

Homicide Homegirls
Ep. 40 - The Clarksburg Seven [Serial Killer]

Homicide Homegirls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2020 47:58


Between July 2017 and June of 2018, there was a sudden influx of deaths occurring at the Louis A. Johnson Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Clarksburg, West Virginia. These deaths went unnoticed by hospital staff until they zeroed in on Reta Mays, a nursing assistant, who worked the night shift and seemed as if she wouldn't hurt a fly. However, things aren't always how they seem and eventually, Reta's cruelty would be uncovered. Join Amanda and Arielle as they examine the details of the many manipulations of the Angel of Death, Reta Mays. https://wvmetronews.com/2020/07/16/why-did-reta-mays-murder-those-veterans/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/shes-a-veteran-who-killed-seven-other-veterans-at-a-west-virginia-hospital-their-families-want-to-know-why/2020/07/23/78cc38fe-cab3-11ea-b0e3-d55bda07d66a_story.html https://www.wvnd.uscourts.gov/united-states-america-v-reta-mays-120cr27 https://wchstv.com/news/local/ex-nursing-assistant-at-clarksburg-va-medical-center-set-to-plea-in-patient-deaths https://ordinary-times.com/2020/07/16/reta-mays-an-angel-of-death-stalking-her-own-at-va-hospital/#:~:text=In%20addition%20to%20Archie%20Edgell,%3B%20and%20William%20Holloway%2C%2096. https://www.scribd.com/document/469121165/VA-Hospital-Charges#fullscreen&from_embed --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homicidehomegirls/support

30 For 30 Podcasts
ESPN Investigates: Bloodlines

30 For 30 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2020 1:38


Between July 2018—June 2019, 49 horses died at the Santa Anita race track in Southern California. The story of the dead horses spread— from the trade publications to The New York Times to Good Morning America until journalists, politicians, and DA investigators started to ask: should American horse racing still exist? From ESPN Investigates, Bloodlines examines horse racing’s current existential crisis. How did horse racing go from America’s most popular sport to a game driven by returns on investment? How have decades of breeding for races changed the horses themselves? And what might the dead horses at one track mean for the future of horse racing?

ESPN Investigates
Season 1 Trailer: Bloodlines

ESPN Investigates

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2020 0:30


Between July 2018—June 2019, 49 horses died at the Santa Anita race track in Southern California. The story of the dead horses spread— from the trade publications to The New York Times to Good Morning America until journalists, politicians, and DA investigators started to ask: should American horse racing still exist? From ESPN Investigates, Bloodlines examines horse racing’s current existential crisis. How did horse racing go from America’s most popular sport to a game driven by returns on investment? How have decades of breeding for races changed the horses themselves? And what might the dead horses at one track mean for the future of horse racing?

Neo Potwana On:
FOOD: Food prices are climbing again in South Africa – much sooner than anticipated

Neo Potwana On:

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2020 10:42


Pietermaritzburg Economic Justice and Dignity group says the price for a basket of select and staple food in South Africa has started trending upwards again. Between July 2020 and August 2020, the cost of these core foods increased by 2,3% (R31,75). Over the past five months of lockdown, the cost of these core foods increased by 8% (R106,06); and year-on-year the cost has increased by 15,6% (R193,84). st of the core foods is at the highest level we have ever seen." - Programme Coordinator Abrahams --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

303Endurance Podcast
Dave Hagen FLC Cycling

303Endurance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2020 66:49


Today's feature interview is with Dave Hagen, an alum of Fort Lewis College ('04), has led the FLC Cycling Team as the Director since 2004. Prior to that, he was a professional on the Yeti mountain biking team from 1991-93.  The FLC Cycling program has become one of the top, if not the best, cycling programs in the nation. Since 1994, the program has recorded 23 National Championships and compete in the USA Cycling Varsity Division 1. The team competes in five disciplines throughout the course of the year: track, mountain biking, cyclocross, BMX and road. Sponsor VENGA: Thanks to Venga CBD for helping make the show possible and sponsoring today's show.  Venga is a premium CBD that will improve your athletic performance by helping reducing inflammation and anxiety.    Whatever your sport, you ask your body to do more and perform at a higher level than 99% of the people on the planet! And it pays because endurance athletes are some of the healthiest people in the world.  As we age it gets harder to bounce back, maintain the miles, hours & laps. CBD (cannabidiol) is an all-natural remedy that targets your pain, inflammation and so much more. Ultra Gels are on sale right now for $39.99 for your first bottle with a subscription using the code ultragel-sub07. Then, each month Venga will send you a new bottle for only $72.25 (15% off our current sale price!). Just use coupon code ultragel-sub07 at checkout to get the first month’s supply for only $39.99! You can get Venga CBD by going to VengaCBD.com which is spelled V - e - n - g - a CBD.com.  Get 30% off your first order with promo code - 303podcast.  Subscribe and save 15% on future orders. Sponsor UCAN: Five Tips for New Cyclists on the UCAN Blog I had an epiphany.  When I eat or drink UCAN, my stomach not only feels good and comfortable.  It finally hit me, it's the same feeling I get from comfort food.  A lot of comfort foods are starchy.  UCAN is comfort food for your training and racing.  This week UCAN is featuring their ENERGY blends with SuperStarch.  I've been a fan of the CITRUS ORANGE and now the LEMON.  I took a full shaker bottle with 2+ scoops of UCAN and a UCAN COFFEE ENERGY BAR and I was good to go on my Mt Bierstadt 14er Sunday. UCAN gives you steady energy so you can finish stronger. UCAN Performance Energy and Bars are powered by SuperStarch®.   Use in your training to fuel the healthy way and recover quickly! Use code MHE2020 for 15% off at generationucan.com, or try the UCAN Tri Starter Pack - 50% off, limit 1 - https://www.generationucan.com/product/ucan-tri-starter-pack-50-off/      Interview with Dave Hagen: Dave Hagen, the Director and Head Coach of the Fort Lewis College Cycling Team. FLC Cycling has been a premier collegiate cycling program since 1994, and has won 22 FLC Cycling Team National Titles and 4 team omnium national championships. We are going to talk about David's athletic and coaching career, the world of collegiate cycling and path to pro, building and maintaining a strong cycling program, his coaching philosophy, the challenges and rewards of coaching the FLC team.  Let's get into the interview with Dave Hagen! Follow Fort Lewis Cycling: FLC website - https://www.fortlewis.edu/life-at-flc/clubs-organizations/cycling-team/cycling-home Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/flccycling/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/FLCCYCLING Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FLCCyclingTeam   New Sponsor - Buddy Insurance. I used Buddy on Tuesday on my ride from Morrison to Squaw Pass and back.  Buddy’s mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor life. Have you ever been out for a ride or a run and felt vulnerable? Or accepting a dare to do expert only terrain while skiing? You can now get on-demand accident insurance to make sure you get cash for bills fast and fill any gaps between your current coverage.   Endurance News: Triathlete Magazine Tri Bike Review Ironman Announces Taupo as Host of 2022 Ironman 70.3 World Championship Ironman today announced that Taupo, New Zealand will host the 2022 Ironman 70.3 World Championships on Dec. 10-11, 2022. Taupo was slated to host the 2020 Ironman 70.3 World Championship on Nov. 28-29, but that race was postponed and then canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “While it was disappointing to have to cancel the 2020 edition of the Ironman 70.3 World Championship it’s great news for our athletes around the world, those in New Zealand, and the wider Taupo community, that we’ve been able to secure this magical location for a world championship event in 2022,” said Andrew Messick, President & CEO of the Ironman Group in a press release. “Taupo is an iconic Ironman destination and we look forward to having the best triathletes in the world head to New Zealand for what will be a week-long celebration of triathlon.” The 2021 70.3 World Championships will take place on Sept. 17 and 18 in St. George, Utah. Ironman says that the previously announced 2022 finalist cities of Klagenfurt, Austria and Lahti, Finland will now carry forward to 2023 with an announcement of the selected destination to come.   Help Support Team USA Athletes via the Giving Games The postponement of the Tokyo Olympic Games has impacted many American triathletes and paratriathletes. USA Triathon has teamed up with several U.S. Olympic and Paralympic National Governing Bodies (NGBs) to launch the Giving Games, an effort to support and sustain U.S. sport organizations and their athletes on their journey to the postponed Tokyo Olympic and Paralymic Games in 2021. Between July 24th and August 9th (the original dates of the Tokyo 2020 Games), the USA Triathlon Foundation is conducting a direct fundraising campaign, asking for your support to fund our athletes and their mission to transform lives though sport by providing resources to swim, bike, and run for all. “The COVID-19 pandemic forced the elite domestic and International Triathlon Union (ITU) racing seasons to be put on pause, removing many U.S. triathletes’ sole source of income via prize money and sponsor incentives,” said David Deschenes, USA Triathlon Foundation Executive Director. “The postponement of the Tokyo Games adds another year of costs for athletes including travel, coaching expenses, training facilities and equipment. USA Triathlon is proud to take part in Giving Games, providing a unique opportunity for Olympic and Paralympic fans across the country to give back to the athletes who will inspire them next year in Tokyo.”   What's New in the 303: 550 Mile Bikepacking on Colorado Trail–Go Sasha Underwood! August 6th, Littleton: Sasha Underwood started her solo bike journey today and is planning to ride the Colorado Trail in ten days. That’s over 50 miles of single track, hike-a-bike, not easy riding every day. All of that while carrying everything she needs; clothes, food, tent, sleeping bag, tools, stove, hydration supplies, and a lot of mental toughness and grit! She did mail ahead some food to a couple of towns along the way but otherwise is self supported. Sasha has been working for weeks to figure it out. She has a detailed guide book that shows all possible water sources, detailed terrain profiles and shows her how to get around several wilderness areas that don’t allow cyclist. That is why it’s 550 miles, one detour adds about 70 miles near Kenosha Pass and there are a few others. Sasha has completed Ironman’s, guided visual impaired athletes and completed no shortage of amazing things. But the mental toughness required for this journey is unparalleled.   Chatfield 70.3 Athlete Guide With all of my athlete's races being cancelled (the most recent being last week's IM Boulder 70.3), I decided to design our own makeup Boulder 70.3 (Highlands Ranch style).  I've called it CHATFIELD 70.3 and designed a course that is contained within Chatfield. The Gravel Pond is 900 meters from one end to the other, and 1800 round trip.  1.2 miles is 1931, so 1800 is going to be pretty close.  I rode from the Santa Fe side of Chatfield to Titan Rd - the new road that winds it's way though newly paved roundabouts.  It's 10 miles from one end to the other.   2.75 laps is 56 miles of smooth road and traffic with a max speed of 35 and no real intersection other than the roundabouts The run course is inspired by the IRONMAN BOULDER RUN Flux Capacitor and Back to the Future and has 3 out and backs (or  fingers) from the Transition Area.  From T2 athletes head east on "the Queen K" of Chatfield (Chatfield State Park Rd} to the Model Air Field Rd at 3 miles and turnaround heading back toward the Transition Area.  That part of the course is black pavement, exposed and goes out to an airport.  On the second out/back, athletes will continue west and then north on the sidewalk path to the south edge of the Swim Beach Parking and turn around at 8.25 miles and return to the Aid Station at 10 miles.  On the final out/back athletes head out of the transition area south on the dirt road adjacent to the Gravel Pond on go to 11.5 miles and turnaround back to the Finish Line at 13.1 miles..    Video of the Week: 6% Faster In 6 Weeks | Ironman Triathlete Swim Analysis   Upcoming Interviews: Dave Scott to join our list of Mt Rushmore of IRONMAN interviews. Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week.  Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and @triathlon and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment.  We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!  

Mile High Endurance Podcast
Dave Hagen FLC Cycling

Mile High Endurance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2020 66:49


Today's feature interview is with Dave Hagen, an alum of Fort Lewis College ('04), has led the FLC Cycling Team as the Director since 2004. Prior to that, he was a professional on the Yeti mountain biking team from 1991-93.  The FLC Cycling program has become one of the top, if not the best, cycling programs in the nation. Since 1994, the program has recorded 23 National Championships and compete in the USA Cycling Varsity Division 1. The team competes in five disciplines throughout the course of the year: track, mountain biking, cyclocross, BMX and road. Sponsor VENGA: Thanks to Venga CBD for helping make the show possible and sponsoring today's show.  Venga is a premium CBD that will improve your athletic performance by helping reducing inflammation and anxiety.    Whatever your sport, you ask your body to do more and perform at a higher level than 99% of the people on the planet! And it pays because endurance athletes are some of the healthiest people in the world.  As we age it gets harder to bounce back, maintain the miles, hours & laps. CBD (cannabidiol) is an all-natural remedy that targets your pain, inflammation and so much more. Ultra Gels are on sale right now for $39.99 for your first bottle with a subscription using the code ultragel-sub07. Then, each month Venga will send you a new bottle for only $72.25 (15% off our current sale price!). Just use coupon code ultragel-sub07 at checkout to get the first month’s supply for only $39.99! You can get Venga CBD by going to VengaCBD.com which is spelled V - e - n - g - a CBD.com.  Get 30% off your first order with promo code - 303podcast.  Subscribe and save 15% on future orders. Sponsor UCAN: Five Tips for New Cyclists on the UCAN Blog I had an epiphany.  When I eat or drink UCAN, my stomach not only feels good and comfortable.  It finally hit me, it's the same feeling I get from comfort food.  A lot of comfort foods are starchy.  UCAN is comfort food for your training and racing.  This week UCAN is featuring their ENERGY blends with SuperStarch.  I've been a fan of the CITRUS ORANGE and now the LEMON.  I took a full shaker bottle with 2+ scoops of UCAN and a UCAN COFFEE ENERGY BAR and I was good to go on my Mt Bierstadt 14er Sunday. UCAN gives you steady energy so you can finish stronger. UCAN Performance Energy and Bars are powered by SuperStarch®.   Use in your training to fuel the healthy way and recover quickly! Use code MHE2020 for 15% off at generationucan.com, or try the UCAN Tri Starter Pack - 50% off, limit 1 - https://www.generationucan.com/product/ucan-tri-starter-pack-50-off/      Interview with Dave Hagen: Dave Hagen, the Director and Head Coach of the Fort Lewis College Cycling Team. FLC Cycling has been a premier collegiate cycling program since 1994, and has won 22 FLC Cycling Team National Titles and 4 team omnium national championships. We are going to talk about David's athletic and coaching career, the world of collegiate cycling and path to pro, building and maintaining a strong cycling program, his coaching philosophy, the challenges and rewards of coaching the FLC team.  Let's get into the interview with Dave Hagen! Follow Fort Lewis Cycling: FLC website - https://www.fortlewis.edu/life-at-flc/clubs-organizations/cycling-team/cycling-home Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/flccycling/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/FLCCYCLING Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FLCCyclingTeam   New Sponsor - Buddy Insurance. I used Buddy on Tuesday on my ride from Morrison to Squaw Pass and back.  Buddy’s mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor life. Have you ever been out for a ride or a run and felt vulnerable? Or accepting a dare to do expert only terrain while skiing? You can now get on-demand accident insurance to make sure you get cash for bills fast and fill any gaps between your current coverage.   Endurance News: Triathlete Magazine Tri Bike Review Ironman Announces Taupo as Host of 2022 Ironman 70.3 World Championship Ironman today announced that Taupo, New Zealand will host the 2022 Ironman 70.3 World Championships on Dec. 10-11, 2022. Taupo was slated to host the 2020 Ironman 70.3 World Championship on Nov. 28-29, but that race was postponed and then canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “While it was disappointing to have to cancel the 2020 edition of the Ironman 70.3 World Championship it’s great news for our athletes around the world, those in New Zealand, and the wider Taupo community, that we’ve been able to secure this magical location for a world championship event in 2022,” said Andrew Messick, President & CEO of the Ironman Group in a press release. “Taupo is an iconic Ironman destination and we look forward to having the best triathletes in the world head to New Zealand for what will be a week-long celebration of triathlon.” The 2021 70.3 World Championships will take place on Sept. 17 and 18 in St. George, Utah. Ironman says that the previously announced 2022 finalist cities of Klagenfurt, Austria and Lahti, Finland will now carry forward to 2023 with an announcement of the selected destination to come.   Help Support Team USA Athletes via the Giving Games The postponement of the Tokyo Olympic Games has impacted many American triathletes and paratriathletes. USA Triathon has teamed up with several U.S. Olympic and Paralympic National Governing Bodies (NGBs) to launch the Giving Games, an effort to support and sustain U.S. sport organizations and their athletes on their journey to the postponed Tokyo Olympic and Paralymic Games in 2021. Between July 24th and August 9th (the original dates of the Tokyo 2020 Games), the USA Triathlon Foundation is conducting a direct fundraising campaign, asking for your support to fund our athletes and their mission to transform lives though sport by providing resources to swim, bike, and run for all. “The COVID-19 pandemic forced the elite domestic and International Triathlon Union (ITU) racing seasons to be put on pause, removing many U.S. triathletes’ sole source of income via prize money and sponsor incentives,” said David Deschenes, USA Triathlon Foundation Executive Director. “The postponement of the Tokyo Games adds another year of costs for athletes including travel, coaching expenses, training facilities and equipment. USA Triathlon is proud to take part in Giving Games, providing a unique opportunity for Olympic and Paralympic fans across the country to give back to the athletes who will inspire them next year in Tokyo.”   What's New in the 303: 550 Mile Bikepacking on Colorado Trail–Go Sasha Underwood! August 6th, Littleton: Sasha Underwood started her solo bike journey today and is planning to ride the Colorado Trail in ten days. That’s over 50 miles of single track, hike-a-bike, not easy riding every day. All of that while carrying everything she needs; clothes, food, tent, sleeping bag, tools, stove, hydration supplies, and a lot of mental toughness and grit! She did mail ahead some food to a couple of towns along the way but otherwise is self supported. Sasha has been working for weeks to figure it out. She has a detailed guide book that shows all possible water sources, detailed terrain profiles and shows her how to get around several wilderness areas that don’t allow cyclist. That is why it’s 550 miles, one detour adds about 70 miles near Kenosha Pass and there are a few others. Sasha has completed Ironman’s, guided visual impaired athletes and completed no shortage of amazing things. But the mental toughness required for this journey is unparalleled.   Chatfield 70.3 Athlete Guide With all of my athlete's races being cancelled (the most recent being last week's IM Boulder 70.3), I decided to design our own makeup Boulder 70.3 (Highlands Ranch style).  I've called it CHATFIELD 70.3 and designed a course that is contained within Chatfield. The Gravel Pond is 900 meters from one end to the other, and 1800 round trip.  1.2 miles is 1931, so 1800 is going to be pretty close.  I rode from the Santa Fe side of Chatfield to Titan Rd - the new road that winds it's way though newly paved roundabouts.  It's 10 miles from one end to the other.   2.75 laps is 56 miles of smooth road and traffic with a max speed of 35 and no real intersection other than the roundabouts The run course is inspired by the IRONMAN BOULDER RUN Flux Capacitor and Back to the Future and has 3 out and backs (or  fingers) from the Transition Area.  From T2 athletes head east on "the Queen K" of Chatfield (Chatfield State Park Rd} to the Model Air Field Rd at 3 miles and turnaround heading back toward the Transition Area.  That part of the course is black pavement, exposed and goes out to an airport.  On the second out/back, athletes will continue west and then north on the sidewalk path to the south edge of the Swim Beach Parking and turn around at 8.25 miles and return to the Aid Station at 10 miles.  On the final out/back athletes head out of the transition area south on the dirt road adjacent to the Gravel Pond on go to 11.5 miles and turnaround back to the Finish Line at 13.1 miles..    Video of the Week: 6% Faster In 6 Weeks | Ironman Triathlete Swim Analysis   Upcoming Interviews: Dave Scott to join our list of Mt Rushmore of IRONMAN interviews. Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week.  Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and @triathlon and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment.  We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!  

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #22

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2020 178:44


Here is the “lost” end-of-year Quiet Brilliance wrap-up session. If you ignore the rest, this one has the best. 3 hours, all gems, obviously. ….Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, 13 of which got to the archive. Thus, I'm posting the 9 lost sessions. This was the final Quiet…Read more Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #22

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #22

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2020 178:44


Here is the “lost” end-of-year Quiet Brilliance wrap-up session. If you ignore the rest, this one has the best. 3 hours, all gems, obviously. ….Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, 13 of which got to the archive. Thus, I’m posting the 9 lost sessions. This was the final Quiet…Read more Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #22

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance #20

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2020 179:31


The seventh of nine lost sessions … This one was a recap of some of the best stuff from the past two months of shows sprinkled with new things too. Some of these records are just plain fantastic. ….Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, 13 of which got to…Read more Quiet Brilliance #20

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance #20

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2020 179:31


The seventh of nine lost sessions … This one was a recap of some of the best stuff from the past two months of shows sprinkled with new things too. Some of these records are just plain fantastic. ….Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, 13 of which got to…Read more Quiet Brilliance #20

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #11

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 180:22


The fourth of nine lost sessions. Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, only 13 of which got to the archive. Thus, I have dug through the hard drives in order to retrieve the 9 lost sessions. This was the #11th Quiet Brilliance show to “air”, the third one that…Read more Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #11

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #12

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 180:47


The fifth of nine lost sessions (and it’s a good one this one! gems within) Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, 13 of which got to the archive. Thus, I’m posting the 9 lost sessions. This was the #12th Quiet Brilliance show to “air”… “Weekly adventures in quietly and…Read more Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #12

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #12

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 180:47


The fifth of nine lost sessions (and it’s a good one this one! gems within) Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, 13 of which got to the archive. Thus, I’m posting the 9 lost sessions. This was the #12th Quiet Brilliance show to “air”… “Weekly adventures in quietly and…Read more Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #12

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #11

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 180:22


The fourth of nine lost sessions. Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, only 13 of which got to the archive. Thus, I have dug through the hard drives in order to retrieve the 9 lost sessions. This was the #11th Quiet Brilliance show to “air”, the third one that…Read more Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #11

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #4

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2020 184:38


Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, only 13 of which got to the archive. Thus, I have dug through the hard drives in order to retrieve the lost sessions. This one was the fourth show, and the first to be lost. The last few at the end of the…Read more Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #4

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #9

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2020 184:05


The third of nine lost sessions. Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, only 13 of which got to the archive. Thus, I have dug through the hard drives in order to retrieve the 9 lost sessions. This was the #9th Quiet Brilliance show to “air”, the third one that…Read more Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #9

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #4

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2020 184:38


Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, only 13 of which got to the archive. Thus, I have dug through the hard drives in order to retrieve the lost sessions. This one was the fourth show, and the first to be lost. The last few at the end of the…Read more Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #4

Podcasts – QB Smith
Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #9

Podcasts – QB Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2020 184:05


The third of nine lost sessions. Between July and December 2019 I delivered 22 shows to Jazzuary FM, only 13 of which got to the archive. Thus, I have dug through the hard drives in order to retrieve the 9 lost sessions. This was the #9th Quiet Brilliance show to “air”, the third one that…Read more Quiet Brilliance Lost Sessions #9

Headline Books
MANHUNTERS, by Javier F. Peña & Stephen E. Murphy, read by Ramon de Ocampo & Rob Shapiro - Audio

Headline Books

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2019 4:09


In the decades they spent at the DEA, Javier Peña and Steve Murphy risked their lives hunting large and small drug traffickers. But their biggest challenge was the hunt for Pablo Escobar in Colombia. The partners, who began their careers as small-town cops, have been immortalised in Netflix's Narcos, a fictional account of their hunt for Escobar. Now, for the first time ever, they tell the real story of how they brought down the world's first narco-terrorist, the challenges they faced, and the innovative strategies they employed to successfully end the reign of terror of the world's most wanted criminal. Readers will go deep inside the inner workings of the Search Bloc, the joint Colombian-US task force that resulted in an intensive 18-month operation that tracked Escobar. Between July 1992 and December 1993, Steve and Javier lived on the edge, setting up camp in Medellin at the Carlos Holguin Military Academy. There, they lived and worked with the Colombian authorities, hunting down a man who was thought by many to be untouchable. Their firsthand experience coupled with stories from the DEA's recently de-classified files on the search for Escobar forms the beating heart of Manhunters, an epic account of how agents risked everything to capture the world's most wanted man.

Talk Murder To Me
60 | A KILLER And His Backhoe

Talk Murder To Me

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2019 56:29


Between July 5 and July 7, 2017, four young men were reported missing in Bucks County. The murders are suspected to have been carried out by Cosmo DiNardo and Sean Michael Kratz, both age 20 at the times of the murder.Support the show (https://talkmurder.com/join/)

Andrew Dickens Afternoons
Talkback callers share experiences with Oranga Tamariki

Andrew Dickens Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2019 10:19


Families who have experienced Oranga Tamariki first-hand say the organisation is not doing enough to help families or the children in their care.It comes after a report last month, the first from Oranga Tamariki's new reporting system on child harm, found that more than 220 children who were removed from their families to keep them safe went on to be harmed in state care over a six-month period.In the worst cases, children had been raped or beaten. Several incidents led to criminal charges.Oranga Tamariki, the Ministry for Children, set up the new reporting system last year, to replace the patchy, narrowly-focused one used by its predecessor Child, Youth and Family.The new system is one of broadest and most detailed in any jurisdiction. It records abuse committed against a child by anyone, not just the caregiver, and in any location, not just within the child's placement. It records all incidents of harm, accidental and intentional, and ranging from over-zealous discipline of a child through to severe physical or sexual assaults.As of June last year, there were 6350 children and young people in state care in New Zealand. Between July and September, 130 of them were found to have been harmed. Between October and December, 97 were found to be been harmed.Some of the incidents were historical but were first reported during this period. A few children were harmed more than once. They were mostly likely to have been abused by caregivers, though many of the sexual assaults were committed by other young people or unrelated adults.Callers to Andrew Dickens Afternoon echoed the reports findings. Mohini told Andrew that she knows from personal experience Oranga Tamariki that they "are not getting any better", and are breaching their own policies.  "Once they take a kid off the parents, they do not allow any other family members who ever showed interest, who they should have contacted in the first place, to be able to assist the little kid anymore." She says that one of her nieces was taken off her sister, and that Mohini and her husband asked to get in touch with who was looking after her, but she was not allowed to make contact. "How come, in the time it took to give the kid away, no one contacted us to ask if we wanted to keep the child?" Bob, who has family that work for Oranga Tamariki, doubts Mohini's story."The most important part she left out is why the child was taken away from the family in the first place?"He says that his family members have seen horrific things through their line of work, and there are two sides to every story. Another caller, Sarah, says that her experience with the agency has been "amazing" and they have helped with her situation.She admits that some social workers don't give you as much information as you would like, and that you can sometimes not get along with them which can cause difficulty, but Sarah believes they have got better. "People who have had bad experiences with them aren't going to like anyone from Oranga Tamariki." Sarah says that few people will speak positively about the organisation as they have had their children taken away from them. "Back in the day, they were taken away for just any reason, but now they can't just take them away for a silly reason. They are actually getting more and more reports about a particular case." 

Robots For Eyes Podcast
Eps 108. The Moors Murders.

Robots For Eyes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2019 91:03


Between July 1963 and October 1965 Myra Hindley and Ian Brady abducted raped, tortured and murdered 5 children in Manchester Uk, burying their bodies on Saddleworth moor. A particularly shocking case that's still studied in great detail to this day. After the arrests police were only aware of 3 murders but that would change after finding a suitcase containing amongst other things, a tape recording of the torture, rape and murder of a 10 year old girl.

STEMpunkPodcast
PSTEM...It's about time!

STEMpunkPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2018


It is time...to talk with Anncyn = 43The P Stands for Philosophy.In this episode, Tom and Christie interviewed friend of the show Anncy Thresher about philosophy of Physics, and about time too! We chatted about Anncy's research into philosophy of time, and her interests. We covered STEM, engagement, spacetime, and got pretty deep into what time is. Very interesting. Thanks Very Much Anncy for your...time!Anncy answered Vanessa Moss's question about science engagement and asked her own, here:How do you get science and the humanities to work together?Thanks so much to everyone who has subscribed and listen to our STEMpunk episodes. If you like the show, please rate us on iTunes and tell your friends!STEMnews:Between July 19-22, STEMpunk producer and host Tom Gordon will be at the Splendour in the Grass Science Tent. We'll be doing some interviews with some STEM, comedy and music people, as well as some voxpops and special events such as panels and debates. It's pretty exciting, stay tuned.STEM Science week:STEMpunk will be running another STEM based Trivia and entertainment and variety Night "STEMquiz" on Tuesday in Science week on Tuesday August 14 from 6:30-8pm, hosted by our friends at the wonderful Wayward Brewing Company. Details for tickets are on our Facebook page or Eventbrite.Intro: STARSET -Down with the fallen.Outro: Cameron Stiff's trackBoth used with permission.STEMpunk PodcastLook: Website, Twitter, Facebook, AEON.net.auListen: iTunes, Stitcher, PlayerFM

Teleforum
Courthouse Steps: California Public Employees’ Retirement System v. ANZ Securities

Teleforum

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2017 43:01


On April 17, 2017, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in California Public Employees’ Retirement System v. ANZ Securities. Between July 2007 and January 2008, Lehman Brothers raised over $31 billion through debt offerings. California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), the largest pension fund in the country, purchased millions of dollars of these securities. CalPERS sued Lehman Brothers in 2011, and their case was merged with another retirement fund’s putative class action suit against Lehman Brothers and transferred to a New York district court. Later that year, the other parties settled, but CalPERS decided to pursue its claims individually. The district court dismissed for untimely filing, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed. -- The question before the Supreme Court was whether the filing of a putative class action serves, under the American Pipe & Construction Co. v. Utah rule, to satisfy the three-year time limitation in Section 13 of the Securities Act with respect to the claims of putative class members. On Monday, the Supreme Court upheld the Court of Appeals dismissal of the lawsuit. Mark Chenoweth of the Washington Legal Foundation joined us to discuss the decision and its significance. -- Featuring: Mark Chenoweth, General Counsel, Washington Legal Foundation.

SCOTUScast
California Public Employees’ Retirement System v. ANZ Securities - Post-Argument SCOTUScast

SCOTUScast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2017 19:03


On April 17, 2017, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in California Public Employees’ Retirement System v. ANZ Securities. Between July 2007 and January 2008, Lehman Brothers raised over $31 billion through debt offerings. California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), the largest pension fund in the country, purchased millions of dollars of these securities. CalPERS sued Lehman Brothers in 2011, and their case was merged with another retirement fund’s putative class action suit against Lehman Brothers and transferred to a New York district court. Later that year, the other parties settled, but CalPERS decided to pursue its own claims individually. The district court dismissed for untimely filing, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed. -- The questions now before the Supreme Court is whether the filing of a putative class action serves, under the American Pipe & Construction Co. v. Utah rule, to satisfy the three-year time limitation in Section 13 of the Securities Act with respect to the claims of putative class members. -- To discuss the case, we have Paul Stancil, who is Professor of Law at Brigham Young University.

London Real
Nick Davies - Hack Attack

London Real

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2016 121:22


Nick Davies - Hack Attack - Trailer. FREE FULL EPISODE: http://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/  Nick Davies is a freelance journalist, working regularly as special correspondent for the Guardian. In the last few years, he was centrally involved in the publication of secret US logs and cables obtained by Wikileaks and in exposing the phone-hacking scandal in Rupert Murdoch’s newspaper empire. His book ‘Hack Attack’, which exposes Rupert Murdoch’s use of power as well as the crime in his newsrooms, was published in the summer of 2014 in the UK, US, Canada and Australia. In June 2010, he initiated the alliance of news organisations which published US military and diplomatic secrets which had been obtained by Wikileaks. That series provoked a global debate about US foreign policy and led to the Guardian winning the award of Newspaper of the Year. Between July 2009 and July 2011, he wrote more than a hundred Guardian stories about crime in Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World and about the failure of British governments, police and press regulators to hold Murdoch to account. This led to six different police inquiries in England and Scotland, a series of arrests and criminal trials, and to the establishing of Lord Justice Leveson’s inquiry into the culture and practices of the press. Nick Davies' website: http://www.nickdavies.net/ Nick Davies on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Bynickdavies SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE:  http://bit.ly/SubscribeToLondonReal LONDON REAL TV:  http://www.londonreal.tv Music by: PsyNEyed - No Witnesses Rebel Traxx https://soundcloud.com/rebeltraxx

London Real
Nick Davies - Hack Attack - TRAILER

London Real

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2016 2:26


Watch the Full Episode for FREE: http://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/  Nick Davies is a freelance journalist, working regularly as special correspondent for the Guardian. In the last few years, he was centrally involved in the publication of secret US logs and cables obtained by Wikileaks and in exposing the phone-hacking scandal in Rupert Murdoch’s newspaper empire. His book ‘Hack Attack’, which exposes Rupert Murdoch’s use of power as well as the crime in his newsrooms, was published in the summer of 2014 in the UK, US, Canada and Australia. In June 2010, he initiated the alliance of news organisations which published US military and diplomatic secrets which had been obtained by Wikileaks. That series provoked a global debate about US foreign policy and led to the Guardian winning the award of Newspaper of the Year. Between July 2009 and July 2011, he wrote more than a hundred Guardian stories about crime in Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World and about the failure of British governments, police and press regulators to hold Murdoch to account. This led to six different police inquiries in England and Scotland, a series of arrests and criminal trials, and to the establishing of Lord Justice Leveson’s inquiry into the culture and practices of the press.  Watch the Full Episode for FREE: http://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/ 

NEWSPlus Radio
【专题】慢速英语(美音)2016-02-16

NEWSPlus Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2016 25:00


This is NEWS Plus Special English. I'm Liu Yan in Beijing. Here is the news. Spring Festival is not only a traditional seven-day holiday when Chinese residents go home for family reunions. It's also a time many people prefer to spend traveling. Ctrip.com International, the largest online travel agency in China, forecasted that around 6 million outbound trips would be taken during this Spring Festival, setting a record for the Golden Week. Meanwhile, Chinese travelers' budgets for trips have been increasing in recent years. The agency says the average spending of Chinese outbound travelers for Spring Festival would exceed 10,000 yuan, roughly 1,500 U.S. dollars, excluding local shopping costs. The main expenses are for air tickets, accommodation, tour guides, transportation, visa fees and insurance. Some self-guided tourists also like to spend a lot on unique experiences, including hot-air balloon rides in New Zealand, opera in London, or whale watching in Hawaii. During the Golden Week, Chinese get into a generous holiday mood. Statistics from Mafengwo.cn found that online bookings per capita for overseas independent trips increased 30 percent to 6,800 yuan this year. The tourism information-sharing website says people used to care about the price, but they focus more on the quality of the trips now. Some more affluent Chinese travelers have even turned to luxury and private tours. This is NEWS Plus Special English. A man wrongfully imprisoned for 23 years in China has been declared innocent for insufficient evidence and has been released from a prison in south China's Hainan province. Fifty-three-year-old Chen Man from Sichuan province in southwestern China was given a two-year suspended death sentence in 1994 for homicide and arson. Chen was freed in Haikou, the provincial capital. He had been held in prison before being sentenced. Chen said after being released that he was happy and could not wait to return home to celebrate Spring Festival with his parents, who are in their 80s. His lawyer, Wang Wanqiong, took up the case in 2013. He says he was excited about Chen's acquittal, adding that it marks progress with the rule of law in China. The lawyer adds that the correction of his client's verdict shows that judicial bodies in the country have changed their ideas about dealing with cases where there is doubt. Officials at Hainan High People's Court bowed and apologized to Chen and told him that he could apply for State compensation. In another development, 27 officials, including police officers, prosecutors and judges, in north China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region were penalized over the wrongful conviction and execution of a man for rape and murder when he was 18 in 1996. Feng Zhiming, who was in charge of the case against Hugjiltu at the time, is suspected of job-related crimes and has been placed under further investigation. This is NEWS Plus Special English. Beijing police have cracked down on a major fraud ring accused of using E Rent Treasure, an online financial platform, to illegally collect up to 50 billion yuan, roughly 7.6 billion U.S. dollars, in funds. The illegal collection of funds affected 900,000 investors across 31 provinces and regions. Ding Ning, former chairman of Yucheng International Group, the owner of E Rent Treasure, has been arrested on suspicion of fund-raising fraud, illegally acquiring funds and possessing firearms. Twenty other senior managers in the company have also been arrested by national prosecuting departments on suspicion of illegally acquiring funds from investors. In February 2014, Yucheng International Group purchased a Beijing network and technology company. In July, Yucheng changed the company's name to E Rent Treasure, operating it as an online financial company. Yucheng was registered abroad and consisted of eight business operation centers across the country, including in Beijing, Shanghai and Anhui province, that allegedly used fake information and fabricated financing and leasing projects. The group allegedly lured members of the public to invest money, promising returns of 9 percent to 14 percent. Between July 2014 and December last year, Yucheng illegally acquired as much as 50 billion yuan from 900,000 victims. You are listening to NEWS Plus Special English. I'm Liu Yan in Beijing. (全文见周日微信。)

History Dweebs - A look at True Crime, Murders, Serial Killers and the Darkside of History
The Moors Murders - Serial Killers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley

History Dweebs - A look at True Crime, Murders, Serial Killers and the Darkside of History

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2016 81:17


Between July 1963 and October 1965, young lovers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley abducted, sexually assaulted and murdered 5 young people in and around Manchester, England. These sensless acts of violence became known as "The Moors Murders" See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Squire Law Library Eminent Scholars Archive
Conversations with Professor Peter Stein #1: Early years (1926-1947)

Squire Law Library Eminent Scholars Archive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2011 50:17


Between July and November 2007 Professor Stein was interviewed three times in the Squire Law Libary, to record his reminiscences of sixty years of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle. An the audio version is available on this website with transcript of those recordings: - First Interview (5 July 2007): Early years (1926-1947); - Second Interview (29 August 2007): Time at Cambridge (1951-1998); - Third Interview (23 November 2007): Scholarly Work. For more information, see the Squire website at http://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/eminent_scholars/

Squire Law Library Eminent Scholars Archive
Conversations with Professor Peter Stein #2: Time at Cambridge (1951-1998)

Squire Law Library Eminent Scholars Archive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2011 61:14


Between July and November 2007 Professor Stein was interviewed three times in the Squire Law Libary, to record his reminiscences of sixty years of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle. An the audio version is available on this website with transcript of those recordings: - First Interview (5 July 2007): Early years (1926-1947); - Second Interview (29 August 2007): Time at Cambridge (1951-1998); - Third Interview (23 November 2007): Scholarly Work. For more information, see the Squire website at http://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/eminent_scholars/

Squire Law Library Eminent Scholars Archive
Conversations with Professor Peter Stein #3: Scholarly Work

Squire Law Library Eminent Scholars Archive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2011 34:01


Between July and November 2007 Professor Stein was interviewed three times in the Squire Law Libary, to record his reminiscences of sixty years of his association with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The interviewer is Lesley Dingle. An the audio version is available on this website with transcript of those recordings: - First Interview (5 July 2007): Early years (1926-1947); - Second Interview (29 August 2007): Time at Cambridge (1951-1998); - Third Interview (23 November 2007): Scholarly Work. For more information, see the Squire website at http://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/eminent_scholars/

Medizin - Open Access LMU - Teil 15/22
Central Venous Catheter Complications during Home Parenteral Nutrition: A Prospective Pilot Study of 481 Patients with More than 30,000 Catheter Days

Medizin - Open Access LMU - Teil 15/22

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2008


Background: Home parenteral nutrition (HPN) has been shown to delay deterioration in cancer patients with malnutrition. Its risk-benefit ratio, however, is determined by the threat of central venous catheter (CVC) complications. Only few prospective studies on this subject exist, most of them based on small samples. The objective of this study was to provide reliable estimates of incidence rates of CVC complications in everyday HPN patient care in Germany. Patients and Methods: Aiming for a large prospective cohort study, we cooperated with a service provider caring for HPN patients nationwide. Between July 1 and November 30, 2006, all consecutive adult patients with more than 10 infusion days and no previous history of HPN were recruited. Follow-up ended on January 31, 2007. Data were collected in a standardised way by the provider's staff. To prevent underreporting, we used computer-assisted telephone interviews with medical caregivers as a provider-independent data source. Results: 481 patients met the inclusion criteria, contributing a total of 31,337 catheter days. 52 patients experienced a total of 63 CVC complications, resulting in an incidence rate of 2.01 CVC complications per 1,000 catheter days including 1.02 CVC infections per 1,000 catheter days. Conclusion: HPN administration can be safely performed with a relatively low rate of CVC complications.