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Beards and Bottles Podcast
Beards and Bottles Ep. 32 “Bennie From The F” W/Bennie Bates

Beards and Bottles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 54:54


“ Beards & Bottles” Podcast Is Real life interactions cultivated with great conversations over even better drinks

YAY! Podcast
MIAMI RECAP, STRIPPERS ,BOTTLES AND MONEY #101

YAY! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 70:32


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Northwest Wine Radio
Northwest Wine Radio Episode 363 - Ride like an Eagle

Northwest Wine Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 24:48


[2022 - Season 10] This week's guests:  3 Horse Ranch Vineyards of Eagle. Host Brian Calvert interviews winemakers, brewers, distillers, and cider makers from across the Pacific Northwest in this weekly celebration of our local producers! You'll enjoy their stories, plus fun features like "Wine and Booze in the News," food pairings in "Bites and Bottles," and a look at upcoming events involving wine, beer, and spirits in "The Grapevine." Master of Wine Bob Betz even stops by on a regular basis to answer your questions in a segment we call...what else..."Ask Bob." Do you use social media?  Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook @NorthwestWineNight.  #WineRadio #NorthwestWineRadio     A PRODUCTION OF copyright 2022  The Northwest Channel.  All Rights Reserved.  Audio clips of less than 15 seconds can be used, as long as they're credited "Northwest Wine Radio" or "NorthwestWineRadio.com." Audio clips longer than 15 seconds cannot be re-posted or used without permission.

Agave Talk
El Tesoro Single Barrel Old Town Tequila Limited Edition ONLY 240 Bottles - Showcase and Review

Agave Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 13:38


In this episode we showcase an extremely rare and exclusive El Tesoro Single Barrel Reposado coming from the one and only Old Town Tequila in San Diego California. There are only 240 bottles of this in existence and we open one for you! Make sure to follow us across all social media platforms and subscribe to us on your favorite podcast app! agavetalk.com Instagram @agavetalk TikTok @agavetalk Twitter @agavetalk facebook.com/agavetalk Spotify/ Apple/Google Podcasts "Agave Talk"

Curious City
How So Many Chicago Bars Got Old Style Signs

Curious City

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 13:55 Very Popular


You've likely seen these signs hanging outside bars in Chicago. Pale yellow, almost white with the red-white-and-blue Old Style logo in thebig top square with a bottom partition that reads “Bottles and Cans,” “Cold Beer,” “Cerveza Fria” or even “Package Liquor”. Well there's a reason so many of those signs still light up Chicago bars. Reporter John Fecile uncovers this mystery in this week's episode.

Black & Spirited Podcast
S03E03 Black & Spirited Packing for a Trip or Vacation (or Packing Bottles vs. Draws!)

Black & Spirited Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 39:39


Whether you on the road by bus, or traveling by private jet, there some good tips to keep your trip or vacation Spirited!  The Crew shares their tips for transport, enjoying your drinks while you travel, or living off the land when you arrive at your destination.

Adafruit Industries
3D Hangouts - IoT Canary, LED Noodles and Potion Bottles

Adafruit Industries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 63:45


This week @adafruit we're making a CO2 sensing canary with Adafruit IO. Prototyping glowy projects using new LED noodles. Timelapse this week features a potion bottle designed by Ars Moriendi printed in glow-in-the-dark filament. Learn guide - https://learn.adafruit.com/iot-canary YouTube Video QT Py ESP32 S2 https://www.adafruit.com/product/5325 SCD40 Sensor https://www.adafruit.com/product/5187 Micro Servo https://www.adafruit.com/product/169 LED Noodles https://www.adafruit.com/product/5503 Timelapse Tuesday Potion of Time - Mythic Potions By Ars Moriendi 3D https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5502353 https://youtu.be/lN5zPPngvM0 Community Makes: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5522578 D20 Gavel https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5522537 D20 Wand https://www.printables.com/model/7152-3d-printed-unicorn-horn/comments/394416 unicorn horn https://www.printables.com/model/7864-talking-pumpkin-with-lights-and-sounds/comments/391219 pumpkin https://www.thingiverse.com/make:1056328 Keyblade https://www.printables.com/model/7209-led-skull-lantern/comments/387002 led skull lantern Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------

Beards and Bottles Podcast
Beards and Bottles Ep. 31 “The Originator” W/Rock Davis

Beards and Bottles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 54:56


“ Beards & Bottles” Podcast Is Real life interactions cultivated with great conversations over even better drinks

3D Hangouts
3D Hangouts - IoT Canary, LED Noodles and Potion Bottles

3D Hangouts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 63:45


This week @adafruit we're making a CO2 sensing canary with Adafruit IO. Prototyping glowy projects using new LED noodles. Timelapse this week features a potion bottle designed by Ars Moriendi printed in glow-in-the-dark filament. Learn guide - https://learn.adafruit.com/iot-canary YouTube Video QT Py ESP32 S2 https://www.adafruit.com/product/5325 SCD40 Sensor https://www.adafruit.com/product/5187 Micro Servo https://www.adafruit.com/product/169 LED Noodles https://www.adafruit.com/product/5503 Timelapse Tuesday Potion of Time - Mythic Potions By Ars Moriendi 3D https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5502353 https://youtu.be/lN5zPPngvM0 Community Makes: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5522578 D20 Gavel https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5522537 D20 Wand https://www.printables.com/model/7152-3d-printed-unicorn-horn/comments/394416 unicorn horn https://www.printables.com/model/7864-talking-pumpkin-with-lights-and-sounds/comments/391219 pumpkin https://www.thingiverse.com/make:1056328 Keyblade https://www.printables.com/model/7209-led-skull-lantern/comments/387002 led skull lantern Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------

Bringing Up Baby
There's No Shame in Bottles

Bringing Up Baby

Play Episode Play 40 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 10:07


We're taking the guilt and shame away from giving your baby a bottle.Birth Baby SleepWebsiteInstagramFacebookBringing Up Baby PodcastBringing Up Baby Community Membership

ASMR by GentleWhispering
ASMR Lofi ○ Lotion Bottles Collection ○ Soft Spoken

ASMR by GentleWhispering

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 31:04


Hello, do you find the sound of lotion bottles and containers rummaging to be satisfying? :) I love watching decluttering of old makeup and skin care videos and wanted to make this old school video for you sorting through my samplers and lotions, I'll be counting, clicking them together, all the good stuff. Hope you enjoy it! Thank you for being here ♥ #ASMR #GentleWhispering 4/4/22 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/support

Little News Ears
Cherry Bird Cow Marathon - When Amazon Admitted Drivers Had to Pee in Bottles

Little News Ears

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 7:11


The Cherry Bird Cow marathon continues. It's April 13, 2021. Cherry, Bird, and Cow teach us about Dyngus Day, Major League Baseball pulling out of Georgia because of their changes in laws for voting, the life and death of Beverly Cleary, astronauts' shrinking hearts, divorces that involve frozen embryos, and Amazon admitting its drivers have to pee in bottles

Little News Ears - Cuddly News
Cherry Bird Cow Marathon - When Amazon Admitted Drivers Had to Pee in Bottles

Little News Ears - Cuddly News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 7:11


The Cherry Bird Cow marathon continues. It's April 13, 2021. Cherry, Bird, and Cow teach us about Dyngus Day, Major League Baseball pulling out of Georgia because of their changes in laws for voting, the life and death of Beverly Cleary, astronauts' shrinking hearts, divorces that involve frozen embryos, and Amazon admitting its drivers have to pee in bottles

Northwest Wine Radio
Northwest Wine Radio Episode 362 - Tasting at the Train Station

Northwest Wine Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 24:49


[2022 - Season 10 Episode 362] This week's guests:  Cote Bonneville of Sunnyside and Free Bridge Brewing of Dundee. Host Brian Calvert interviews winemakers, brewers, distillers, and cider makers from across the Pacific Northwest in this weekly celebration of our local producers! You'll enjoy their stories, plus fun features like "Wine and Booze in the News," food pairings in "Bites and Bottles," and a look at upcoming events involving wine, beer, and spirits in "The Grapevine." Master of Wine Bob Betz even stops by on a regular basis to answer your questions in a segment we call...what else..."Ask Bob." Do you use social media?  Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook @NorthwestWineNight.  #WineRadio #NorthwestWineRadio   CLICK HERE to Download Episode   A PRODUCTION OF copyright 2022  The Northwest Channel.  All Rights Reserved.  Audio clips of less than 15 seconds can be used, as long as they're credited "Northwest Wine Radio" or "NorthwestWineRadio.com." Audio clips longer than 15 seconds cannot be re-posted or used without permission.

The Boozebuddy Update
3 Interesting Facts About Lager Beer, Johnnie Walker's NFT & Wine Bottles Going Flat

The Boozebuddy Update

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 3:19


#johnniewalker #nft #lager #winelover #flatpack #lagerbeer #scotch #scotchwhiskey #ghost #winebottle #Distillery Brought to you by Green Mountain Payments - helping local business owners save thousands of dollars by providing complimentary credit card processing equipment and zero cost credit card processing. Visit greenmountainpayments.com or posandzero.com today! Lager Beer might be the best thing to happen to Craft beer - according to a lot of craft beer drinkers who have found their tastes have changed over Craft Brewing's past 15-year boom. Where Craft Lager will go from here is anyone's guess, but if you'd like to learn more about the journey so far, head to the link https://www.pastemagazine.com/drink/craft-beer/craft-lagers-boom-best-pilsners-breweries-vs-ipa-noble-hops-dark-lager/ Johnnie Walker's NFT is soon to be out in the wild. Yep, another NFT release as Johnnie Walker has teamed up with Blockbar. Blue Label Ghost and Rare Port Dunda, the latest in a series of blended whiskies drawn from “ghost” distilleries. To learn more about the digital NFT captured on the bottle, the distillery, and what's inside the bottle, head to https://thewhiskeywash.com/whiskey-styles/scotch-whiskey/johnnie-walker-goes-nft-with-blue-label-ghost-and-rare-port-dundas/ Wine Bottles Going Flat! Not what's in the bottle though, the actual bottle itself.Plastics have been touted as the answer and Australia is the first wine region that seems to be doubling down on doubling up - literally. Twice as many bottles of the flat pack bottles fit into a case as glass wine bottles. To find out more - head to https://www.theguardian.com/food/2022/sep/15/total-lightweight-australians-quick-to-pick-up-new-flat-pack-wine-bottles Remember to stay safe, drive sober and support the booze that supports your local community, and always find the show notes and links at boozebuddyupdate.com Learn more about your host and voice over talent The Real Voice - Mel Allen at https://TheRealVoice.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boozebuddy/support

The USA Volleyball Show
Episode 45: As Seen on Gatorade Bottles featuring Lauren Carlini

The USA Volleyball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 72:49 Very Popular


In this episode, Clarence and Stephen catch up with one another. Then, they sit down with U.S. Women's National Team setter Lauren Carlini (8:03 - 1:01:37) ahead of the 2022 FIVB Women's World Championship. They chat about the Lauren's time at Wisconsin, video games, growing the game, Worlds, her time overseas and so much more!

epiSOWdes with Antonio Podcast
epiSOWdes September 13: Catching Tears In Bottles Keys for Kids Ministries

epiSOWdes with Antonio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 2:50


YOU CAN CRYKEY VERSE: YOU KEEP TRACK OF ALL MY SORROWS. YOU HAVE COLLECTED ALL MY TEARS IN YOUR BOTTLE. YOU HAVE RECORDED EACH ONE IN YOUR BOOK. PSALM 56:8 (NLT) 

Keys For Kids Ministries
Catching Tears in Bottles

Keys For Kids Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022


Bible Reading: Psalm 126:2-6"Stop crying, Maddie." Lizzy frowned at her sister. "You're not a baby." "I want Mommy," the little girl said, burying her face in their dad's shoulder.Lizzy stomped her foot on the floor. "Crying isn't going to help anything!" She didn't want to think about their mom. She was in the hospital getting better. It was easier just not to think about it."Lizzy," Dad said. "Go get me an empty bottle, would you? From the recycling?""A bottle?" Lizzy frowned, but she turned and did what her dad asked. "What are you going to do with this?" She held out an empty water bottle."I'm going to try to catch Maddie's tears," Dad said."What?" Lizzy's eyes widened, and she noticed that her sister stopped crying to turn and look at their dad."I'm going to try to catch them so I can remember them," Dad said.Maddie giggled. "What do you mean?""Yeah, Dad, what do you mean?" Lizzy moved to the couch."The Bible says that God notices our tears and remembers them." Dad smiled as he put the bottle up by Maddie's cheek, and the girl giggled. "The Bible talks about God catching our tears in a bottle.""It does?" Lizzy wrinkled her nose. "Why would He do that?""Because He loves us, and He cares when we cry," Dad said, lowering the bottle from Maddie's face. "There's nothing wrong with crying. We all cry sometimes. Jesus understands that, and He wants to comfort us.""But…" Lizzy shook her head."Even I cry when I think about your mom and the accident. When I think about her all alone in the hospital." Dad let out a long breath. "She'll be out soon, but it's okay to be sad while she's gone."Dad kissed the top of Maddie's head before reaching out and pulling Lizzy to his side. "God isn't going to be mad if you cry. He cares about you. Jesus will see your tears, and His heart will be sad along with you." He rested his head against hers. "God loves you much more than I do, even, and He loves your sister and your mom." -Emily AckerHow About You?Do you feel embarrassed when you cry? Do you feel like you're making people angry or that you're going to be teased? God wants you to know that it is okay to cry and that He is with you and caring for you when you do. Don't hold back your tears. Share them with Jesus so He can comfort you.Today's Key Verse:You keep track of all my sorrows. You have collected all my tears in your bottle. You have recorded each one in your book. (NLT) (Psalm 56:8)Today's Key Thought:You can cry

Timcast IRL
Sunday Uncensored: Amala Ekpunobi Member Podcast: Trans Activists Left Over 60 Bottles Of Urine Outside The EHRC In Disgusting Protest

Timcast IRL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 37:34 Very Popular


Tim & Co join PragerU's very own Amala Ekpunobi for a spicy bonus segment usually only available on Timcast.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

This Week in Linux
213: Linux From Scratch, Blender, WINE Bottles, Steam Deck, Ubuntu Gaming and more Linux news!

This Week in Linux

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 25:07 Very Popular


On this episode of This Week in Linux, we've got some distro news with Salix Linux, Regata OS and Linux From Scratch. Then in App News we'll take a look at the latest releases of Blender, digiKam and more. Then later in the show, we've got some cool gaming news for you. All that and […]

Northwest Wine Radio
Northwest Wine Radio Episode 361 - Season 10 Premiere

Northwest Wine Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 24:49


[2022 - Season 10 Premiere]  This week's guests:  11 Winery of Bainbridge Island. Host Brian Calvert interviews winemakers, brewers, distillers, and cider makers from across the Pacific Northwest in this weekly celebration of our local producers! You'll enjoy their stories, plus fun features like "Wine and Booze in the News," food pairings in "Bites and Bottles," and a look at upcoming events involving wine, beer, and spirits in "The Grapevine." Master of Wine Bob Betz even stops by on a regular basis to answer your questions in a segment we call...what else..."Ask Bob." Do you use social media?  Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook @NorthwestWineNight.  #WineRadio #NorthwestWineRadio       A PRODUCTION OF copyright 2022  The Northwest Channel.  All Rights Reserved.  Audio clips of less than 15 seconds can be used, as long as they're credited "Northwest Wine Radio" or "NorthwestWineRadio.com." Audio clips longer than 15 seconds cannot be re-posted or used without permission.

Black and Brown
What's Cracking - Fresh Bottles

Black and Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 60:15


(Don't adjust your audio, the level will go up). Less than two weeks the Black Bourbon Run 3 kicks off in Kentucky. In this episode the fellas crack fresh bottles and give you the run down on what's poppin. The round table covers, spirits and a little bit of everything. As they gear up to take the podcast to Kentucky, check out what they get on their ears and palate. Stay Black and Keep it Brown! Cheers. Instagram: @dablackandbrownpodcast @my_government_name_is @agbk06 @delvinj33 @oldelkbourbon @mojomaddx Twitter: @dablackandbrown Merch: www.bonfire.com/store/dablackandbrown --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dablackandbrownpodcast/support

From The Dungeon  Podcast
#176 Morning Time With Dee #03

From The Dungeon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 27:35


Morning Time With Dee were we play some local and signed bands and talk some smack. Hosted by: Dee Rotten, Guest: (Music) 1. Creep - Don't Know Why (3:06) 2. Rando LaFlare - 4 Bottles of Henny (14:45) 3. Late - Milk (25:03) Dee Rotten Social Media) https://www.instagram.com/dee_rotten/ (Johnny Riffs Social Media) https://www.instagram.com/johnnyriffs32/ (Pateron) https://www.patreon.com/fromthedungeonpodcast (From The Dungeon Social Media Web Pages) https://www.instagram.com/fromthedungeonpodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/fromthedungeonpodcast/ https://twitter.com/FTDPodcast (FTD T- Shirts) https://tonethreads.com/fromthedungeonpodcast (Famcast Media T-Shirts) https://www.tonethreads.com/famcastmedia/ All music is owned by the artist, and played with the artist consent. Recorded and edited by Dee Rotten

Brain and Courtlin Morning Show
New Casey's Pizza and Bottles or Cans?

Brain and Courtlin Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 32:08


We make you choose between beer in a bottle or can on a This or That Thursday, AND we can to try the new Casey's breakfast pizza!

Faith Victory Church Podcast
Episode 539: New Bottles

Faith Victory Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 78:06


Dr. Philip D. Derber

Healthy Black Girl Podcast
Interview with Dr. Angela L. Harris, CEO & Founder of No Bibs, Burps or Bottles

Healthy Black Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 35:57


Be sure to follow Dr. Angela on and join the B3 communities on all social networks   IG: @NoBibsBurpsBottles TikTok: @NoBibsBurpsBottles Twitter: @NoBibsBurpsBott   Website: NoBibsBurpsBottles.com Email: info@NoBibsBurpsBottles.com  

Delicious City Philly
Episode 24: Philly fine dining scene is leveling up, a brand new Chef in Residence and a local wine shop opens all the bottles

Delicious City Philly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 71:07


Buckle up listeners for this fun filled episode of Delicious City where we dive deep into the intricacies of restaurants in Philadelphia and bring the best of the food news and our takes on all the great restaurants that supply us hungry diners with great experiences A chef returns to usher in a new brand new “Level” of fine dining in Philly Chef in residence returns to Volver with a very exciting first chef… guess who? His name starts with Big and ends in ..be A Fishtown wine shop is opening every bottle in house for a great cause where you're encouraged to “Drink Like A Fish“ Are cars getting blown up again for a food drive? Marisa's top 3 (actually 5 or 6

Liberty Baptist Church of Rock Falls, IL
New Wine in Old Bottles - Audio

Liberty Baptist Church of Rock Falls, IL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 47:53


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WCHV's Joe Thomas in the Morning Podcast
090222 @107wchv "Hey You! Out There Breaking Bottles in the Hall..."

WCHV's Joe Thomas in the Morning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 50:48


President Biden's prime time speech was incendiery enogh wihout stage dressing that at best was inspired by Pink Floyd's "The Wall" or at worst by Albert Speer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Tone Jerks Podcast
Episode 247: Poppin' Punk and Poppin' Bottles

The Tone Jerks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 75:24


We chat AC units, Fulltone Pedals, Crushin beers, and we chat our quintessential pop punk songs!    Our QUINTESSENTIAL POP PUNK PLAYLIST   You can help support the show on our PATREON for as little as $1 a month! Double down to bump it to $2 a month and you'll get an extra episode every week!   Join the fun on our Facebook group!   Follow us on the fuckin' Gram!   Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for the video version of the show, demos, vlogs, and more!   We have shirts available at The Jerk Store!   Check out our old band Plane Without a Pilot   Hosted by Brian Gower and Kyle McIntyre

Scott Ryfun
Ryfun: Jagged Little Pill Bottles

Scott Ryfun

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 37:59


Hour 4 Carrying a prescription pill in a bottle that it didn't come in is illegal. But they're not going to get YOU. The government would never abuse their power. Audio from WGIG-AM and FM in Brunswick, GA

What The Flux
Webjet poppin' bottles | Super products forced to close | PointBet down $267m

What The Flux

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 5:55


Webjet is popping bottles after its travel bookings reached 95% of its pre-pandemic levels.   Superannuation products from four super funds will be forced to close to new members after they failed a key performance test for a second straight year.   PointsBet, which has Shaquille O'Neill as its ambassador, has announced a loss of $267m for the last 12 months.   ---   Flux on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@flux.finance   ---   The content in this podcast reflects the views and opinions of the hosts, and is intended for personal and not commercial use. We do not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any opinion, statement or other information provided or distributed in these episodes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Love of Cinema
Three Thousand Years of Longing (2022): New Movie Discussion

The Love of Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 43:28


Today on the pod we drink beer and discuss George Miller's passion project, Three Thousand Years of Longing, a movie where an Australian filmmaker takes an Istanbul-set, pre-Islamic Arabic tale, and creates a piece of fiction for Western audience. Well, worldwide audiences, likely, and the Djinn (Idris Elba) is very romantic! Tilda Swinton is back at it, there are sweeping scenes of fantasy, stories come to life... moviegoers are divided on the picture, but we're happy we saw it on the big screen. We discuss! Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema Cast & Crew: George Miller, Tilda Swinton, Idris Elba, Pia Thunderbolt, Anthony Moisset, Alyla Brown, Lianne Mackessy, Augusta Gore, A.S. Byatt, Tom Holkenborg, John Seale, Junkie XL. Hosts: Dave Green, Jeff Ostermueller. Edited and produced by Dave Green. Music: soundcloud.com/dasein-artist Beer: @cbarrozo.beer Twitter: @theloveofcinema, Twitch/Facebook/Instagram: @theloveofcinemapod, YouTube: The Love of Cinema Podcast. additional tags: Herpes, House of the Dragon, Abortion Laws, Whiskey, Cannes Film Festival, Mad Max, Mad Max: Fury Road, Sheeba, Hotel Rooms, Bottles, The Staircase.

Beards and Bottles Podcast
Beards and Bottles Ep. 28 “From Rapper To Porn Star” W/ Mr. McCarter Highway Nasty Montana

Beards and Bottles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 53:49


“ Beards & Bottles” Podcast Is Real life interactions cultivated with great conversations over even better drinks

THE NOONCHI PODCAST
How Many Soju Bottles Can You Drink? - Noonchi Podcast EP105

THE NOONCHI PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 68:37


On this episode the boys talk about Danny's 1 hour special, YouTube shorts algorithm, and more ... #koreanamerican #dannycho #bigphony NEW MERCH!! "tlqkf" 마스크: https://marpple.shop/kr/bigphony/products/9420933 Dog Bird Key T-SHIRTS, HATS, MASKS, COASTERS AVAILABLE!! (한국어/English/日本語 at bottom of page) - https://marpple.shop/en/bigphony/products/8207724 BIG PHONY MERCH: English: https://marpple.shop/en/bigphony한국인: https://marpple.shop/kr/bigphony Shoutouts to our Noonchi Podcast friends at: Linus BBQ: Visit/order delivery from them in Itaewon to get your Alabama BBQ fix in Seoul :) www.facebook.com/LinusBbq/ WWW.KOREANTOURGUIDE.COM: "Try one of our signature tours to see the highlights of Korea or a local escapade to immerse yourself within the culture and society." BLACKLIST in ITAEWON: Follow Blacklist on Instagram, tell Chris that we sent you and get a free shot of Jameson! - www.instagram.com/blacklist.seoul/ STANDARD ISSUE TEES: Type in NOONCHI for 10% discount at - www.standardissuetees.com TOM'S PIZZA SEOUL - Follow @noonchipodast & @tomspizzaseoul on Instagram and get a free shot of Tequila next time you visit Tom's Pizza Seoul in Hongdae. Just let Tom know we sent you :) - www.instagram.com/tomspizzaseoul/ SUBSCRIBE! YouTube: bit.ly/noonchi Follow us on Instagram: @noonchipodcast Follow Danny Cho IG: @dannychocomedy YouTube: @dannychocomedy Follow Bobby Choy IG: @bigphony YouTube: @bigphony TikTok: @ihatebigphony NFT's - https://rarible.com/bigphony Intro/Outro Music: "The Great I Am" by Big Phony --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/noonchipodcast/message

Backstage Pass Radio
S3: E6: Kyle Hutton - Three More Bottles & She's Gone

Backstage Pass Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 110:59 Transcription Available


Date: August 31, 2022Name of podcast: Backstage Pass RadioEpisode title and number:  S3: E6: Kyle Hutton - Three More Bottles & She's GoneArtist Short Bio -  “Longest Days, Shortest Years” is the 5th full-length studio release from singer/songwriter Kyle Hutton. The 15 song project offers a ride back to a time when you listened to a record from beginning to end, and deliberately bucks the trend of experiencing an artist through a single, or an EP. “Longest Days, Shortest Years” delivers 57 minutes of the best yet from Hutton's pen and guitar.The title track of the new cd, produced by Jeffery Armstreet, explores the dichotomy of time, how a minute can feel like a lifetime and a decade can pass in the blink of an eye. Hutton, a father of 3 boys and husband of 21 years, provides wise lament on this universal subject. Michael Martin Murphey joins in on the upbeat, reflective track with a cameo on guitar and vocals. “Being in the studio with Michael Martin Murphey was one of the highlights of making this record”, states Hutton, “his willingness to be involved cemented my feelings about this song being the title track”.And it's obvious that Hutton's “Real Life Real Music” live shows and radio program have garnered him some new friends and fans. In addition to Murphey, Kyle is joined by a host of other performers lending their talents to his songs. Relative newcomer Haley Cole joins in on the woefully honest, yet somehow optimistic song “I've Loved You”. The Chubby Knuckle Choir brings their eclectic mix to “So Close to Saturday Night”, “Last Minute Austin”, and the live, unedited take of “Wingtip Shoes”, a post-depression era fable about a sharecropping family's demise. The project also includes an unforgettable performance by Jamie Wilson who joins Kyle for the duet “What it Takes to Sing These Songs”, a piece that looks directly into the soul of the independent troubadour. Three of the songs on the project were co-written with Hutton favorites: Walt Wilkins – “What I Dreamed Last Night”, Marcus Eldridge – “So Close to Saturday Night” and his oldest son Brooks Hutton – “Wallets and Watches”.Sponsor Link:WWW.ECOTRIC.COMSocial Media Handles:Facebook - @backstagepassradiopodcast @randyhulseymusicInstagram - @Backstagepassradio @randyhulseymusicTwitter - @backstagepassPC @rhulseymusicWebsite - backstagepassradio.com and randyhulsey.comArtist Media Handles:Website - www.kylehutton.comFacebook -  https://www.facebook.com/kyle.hutton.503Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kylehuttonmusic/Call to actionWe ask our listeners to like, share, and subscribe to the show and artist's social media pages. This enables us to continue pushing great content to the consumer. Thank you for being a part of Backstage Pass RadioYour Host,Randy Hulsey 

The Bike Shed
352: Case Expressions

The Bike Shed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 32:23


As developers, we care a lot about code quality. How do we know how good is good enough? When do we stop improving code? Alternatively, when working on code that's really bad, how much do you improve it before calling it a day? thoughtbot's Stephanie Minn joins Joël to chat about this and case expressions: We recently discussed these as part of thoughtbot's RubyScience reading group. Are case expressions bad? Are they equivalent to multi-way conditionals? When do you use polymorphism? This episode is brought to you by Airbrake (https://airbrake.io/?utm_campaign=Q3_2022%3A%20Bike%20Shed%20Podcast%20Ad&utm_source=Bike%20Shed&utm_medium=website). Visit Frictionless error monitoring and performance insight for your app stack. RubyConf 2022 (https://rubyconf.org/) RubyConf Mini (https://www.rubyconfmini.com/) Stephanie's talk at RubyConf 2021 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0dC5RmxcFk) WNB.rb (https://www.wnb-rb.dev/) Joël's RailsConf 2022 talk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOlG4kqfwcg) Ruby Science (https://books.thoughtbot.com/books/ruby-science.html) older episode on wizards (https://www.bikeshed.fm/295) TCR (https://www.honeybadger.io/blog/ruby-tcr-test-commit-revert/) Transcript: JOËL: Hello and welcome to another episode of The Bike Shed, a weekly podcast from your friends at thoughtbot about developing great software. I'm Joël Quenneville. And we're here to share a little bit about what we've learned along the way. Today, I'm joined by a fellow thoughtboter, Stephanie Minn. STEPHANIE: Hi, Joël. JOËL: Welcome to the show. STEPHANIE: Thanks. Happy to be here. JOËL: Stephanie, what's new in your world? STEPHANIE: Thanks for asking. I've been working on writing a CFP for RubyConf, which you have been plugging internally at thoughtbot. I wasn't really sure if I wanted to do it, and then I found out about RubyConf Mini, which is happening as an alternative to the main conference in Houston. And that got me really excited to have some more options and just got me thinking about what I might have sitting on the back-burner that I might want to give a talk about. JOËL: That's really exciting. I'm curious, what is your process for coming up with an idea for a talk? STEPHANIE: I think they come in seasons, ideas, for me, so not even necessarily when it's conference time. But if something has been sticking in my brain for a really long time, especially as it relates to processes on teams that I'm on or my day-to-day workflow, and it's something that I keep coming back to and trying to figure out what it is about it that my brain wants to work through a process, that usually tips me off that this might be something that other people are thinking about or working through. In this case, I am planning to write a CFP about pair programming. And yeah, it's something that I've been thinking about doing for a while, and it seems kind of an evergreen topic. So I thought I would pull it out for this conference. And if it doesn't end up getting accepted, I can always resubmit again in the future. JOËL: I love that. So it sounds like you have a note or maybe an actual written notepad somewhere where you just, over the course of the year, build up ideas, and then you take a look at that when conference time comes around. STEPHANIE: Yeah, that's about it. I have just a very long-running note of half-formed thoughts. And then, when I give myself time to really reflect on how things have been going at work, I usually revisit it, and if any of them still resonate or stand out to me, I will go through and try to see if there's any content to come out of that. What about you? I know you are an extensive note-taker and ideas blogger. JOËL: I have to say I really like your approach of gathering ideas throughout the year. I've worked with many people who would love to give a talk at a conference as a professional goal but then get stuck in the I don't have any ideas. I don't know what I would talk about. And most people have a thing they could talk about. They just don't know it. And it sounds like you've done a really great job of gathering this info throughout the year so that when the time does come, you don't just freeze. You're like, no, here are the 10-20 things that I experienced or that I am an expert in or that I would love to share. And maybe there are two or three in there that would be very well-fitted for the conference you're looking at. So I love that idea. I have not done that myself personally, but maybe I should start doing that. STEPHANIE: What about you, Joël? What's up in your world? JOËL: So I've also been thinking a lot about RubyConf coming up, working on a few ideas for myself. And then, there are a few people that have reached out to me to help them craft ideas or get a little bit of feedback on their proposal. So I've been doing a lot of proposal reviews as well. STEPHANIE: What do you enjoy about reviewing other people's proposals? JOËL: I think for many people speaking at a conference is a really big, ambitious professional goal, and so helping people achieve that is really fulfilling for me. Some people might feel almost inadequate or unprepared. But because I know them, I know they've got good things to share. And so it's almost seeing the greatness in them that they don't quite see yet or that they don't feel confident about. And so being able to see that in their proposal and say, "Oh, there's a core of a great idea right here, tweak it a little bit, and that'll give you a slightly better chance with the committee and help you towards that path of being on stage for the first time," is really exciting. STEPHANIE: I spoke at RubyConf last year, in 2021, virtually. And I remember that was my first time speaking at a conference. And I was worried that my talk was not super hardcore, technical enough. But my goal for my talk was to aim it towards other developers like me who are maybe mid-level and wanting to reach this whole audience of people who are attending these conferences to learn and to level up who aren't necessarily super senior experienced developers. And it was a really great experience. People seemed to really resonate with that. So I really encourage folks to speak about things that are resonating with them at whatever point in their careers because there are so many people out there who are probably in the same boat and want to hear what you have to say. JOËL: Absolutely. I'm curious, now that you have experienced the full cycle at least once, from ideas to crafting a submission, to getting accepted, preparing a talk, delivering the talk, and then recovering from that, what are maybe some lessons learned or some things you weren't expecting the first time you went into that that now you do know going into another cycle? STEPHANIE: Yeah, the power of community; I had a lot of support from WNB.rb, a woman and non-binary Ruby community. We crafted our CFPs together and then practiced our talks together and had a working group that met every couple of weeks to give feedback on our talks as we were working on them. And it was really awesome to have that accountability, to have that support, people to tell you that your talk is good and give you a thumbs-up. And I really want to continue investing in my community that way. And I really appreciate you asking this question because I guess I do have things I've learned and would want to share that with other people in my community, and yeah, just continue to encourage folks who may not have been traditionally encouraged to speak at conferences. JOËL: Community is so powerful. Even though I've spoken at multiple conferences, I still get nervous about my talks. I have a lot of self-doubt about whether my topic is good, whether I'm sharing it in a way that's going to be impactful. And I had a magical experience at RailsConf this year where a group of us were at a hotel lobby practicing our talks the night before. And I was just still so unsure about my talk. And the feedback that I got there gave me a huge boost of confidence that I was able to ride into the next day and give a talk that I think turned out rather well. But honestly, that was my favorite moment of the conference was 11:30 p.m., a group of people in the hotel lobby taking turns practicing their talks. STEPHANIE: Yeah, I love that. MID-ROLL AD: Debugging errors can be a developer's worst nightmare...but it doesn't have to be. Airbrake is an award-winning error monitoring, performance, and deployment tracking tool created by developers for developers that can actually help cut your debugging time in half. So why do developers love Airbrake? It has all of the information that web developers need to monitor their application - including error management, performance insights, and deploy tracking! 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You literally have nothing to lose. Head on over to airbrake.io/try/bikeshed to create your FREE developer account today! JOËL: One thing we've been doing recently at thoughtbot is every other week book club discussion, and we've been looking through the book Ruby Science published by thoughtbot. Every week, we'll have someone who is a facilitator, who has done the reading and has prepared some questions for the group. And you recently facilitated a session on the topic of CASE expressions and why they might be a code smell. That sounds like a really controversial statement. How did you approach that topic? STEPHANIE: It's funny because I was looking at the upcoming chapters to pick a topic to facilitate for this book club, and CASE statements stood out to me because I was like, oh, I know what that is; that will be easy. [laughs] But it turned out to be a bit meatier than I thought it was going to be. I'd say that I didn't really consider them a code smell until I read the chapter of Ruby Science talking about them. So I was a bit surprised because they seem so common, which is probably also why I thought it would be an easy topic. JOËL: Would you say that reading the book or that particular chapter changed your mind? STEPHANIE: I think it did only because I hadn't necessarily given them a second thought or thought of them more deeply in that way. I think that, at least in my experience, you encounter CASE expressions pretty early in your career, and you think they're a cool tool for making your conditionals look a bit nicer. And it takes probably a bit more experience, a little bit more pain using them or trying to extend them that you start to have a bit of a more higher level awareness of what might be problematic about a CASE expression. But the book club that I facilitated, we had a really engaging discussion where most folks agreed that it was a code smell but also said that it depends. JOËL: Classic consultants. STEPHANIE: Truly. One thing that someone said that was a really nice takeaway for me was that CASE expressions get a bad rap in object-oriented languages because there are typically other tools or options you can reach for that might be preferred. And someone else said that it's probably a sign that you might be doing too much in the method. JOËL: Hmm. You mentioned that there are some tools and things that might be preferred over CASE expressions. What are the common alternatives that people say you should use instead of a CASE expression? STEPHANIE: I think one simple solution that we discussed in the book club for more straightforward cases would be a hash lookup to use instead of checking for equality via CASE statement. Another solution we talked about was polymorphism, which I think might refer back to the idea of having a bit of a higher level understanding of abstractions in the codebase and what things might look like in the future, especially when you might not have too many conditionals yet in your CASE expression. Another thing that really stuck out to me in our book club discussion was another thoughtboter mentioned Sandi Metz's 99 Bottles of OOP. And in that initial solution, she presents a CASE statement as the perfectly fine solution for now. And I thought that was really interesting because, in some cases, that might be all we know about the problem, and that is perfectly fine. What do you think about that? JOËL: I love the idea of starting simple. Don't try to start with abstraction, especially if you're doing test-driven development. You have a test, make it go green, use the simplest thing, use duplication, use all the dirty tricks. And then from there, now that you know I have a test that was red and this code makes it go green, now the question isn't how do I solve the problem? It's how do I improve the solution? So we've kind of separated those two steps out, and I really like that. STEPHANIE: Yeah, I remember you mentioned that you had refactored something into using a CASE statement. And I'm curious if you want to share more about that. JOËL: Oh boy, this was a "fun" problem. Fun is in air quotes, by the way. It was a multi-step form, AKA a wizard in a Rails app, where every step submitted to the same controller, and the controller was a huge mess. It had to handle submissions from four or five different forms, some of which shared fields. And it was this huge, deeply nested conditional thing that checked if this field is present in params, that probably means we're on step three, except if this other field is also present, then it probably means we're on step four. But if this Boolean flag in the database is set to false, we might be on a variation of step three. And because there was branching, potentially, it was an absolute mess. By looking at the code, you could never know what step of the processing you were on. What I did is instead of all of these nested if else conditions, I wrote a flat CASE expression that just said, if step one, do step one logic or process step one form. If step two, process step two form and so on. So it was nice and flat. I was able to reuse some parts of the work across by making private methods or other objects, things like that. But you could easily tell in any part of the code what step you were processing. Which means if you get a new feature from the client that says, "Can you modify the behavior on step four?" Now you actually know where to go to. You go to this controller; you find the big CASE expression. You find the branch that says, "If step four," and then you drill down from there. STEPHANIE: So after refactoring that into a flat structure, did you find the code more readable? Did other folks on the project think so too? JOËL: Yes, it was unanimously loved because this is the part of the code that everybody feared to touch. It was the most awful, gnarliest code. And a few of us had touched it, and so if you did the git blame, our names would show up, which meant that anytime anybody got stuck in that code, they would reach out to us and say, "Hey, you're the last one who touched it. Can you fix this for me?" And it was a big game of not it. Cleaning it up made this code accessible to everybody on the team. STEPHANIE: And why do you think a CASE statement was the right solution in this particular case? JOËL: I think if it's a multi-step form that maybe had seven steps in it, you clearly have seven branches that you're working with. And so hiding that behind nested conditions where you try to reuse each other's branches just muddied the waters. We have a seven-way branching path; let's be honest about it upfront and do a seven-way CASE expression. STEPHANIE: One thing that we didn't really talk about as much in our book club discussion was that CASE statements can be quite readable, especially for newer developers. And even though we all did think it was a bit of a code smell, I recently encountered on my client project in a code review someone saying that they preferred a CASE statement in that situation because it was easier for them to grok. I think that's a benefit worth considering before trying to do something fancier in some cases. And I'm curious what you think about that. JOËL: I strongly agree that a CASE expression is a great place to start, especially when you have actually more than two branches. Your logic could go one of n ways. I generally like to branch earlier than later in a lot of code. It's better in my mind to have a seven-way branch at the top of your decision tree and then just straight lines down than this constantly looping back and branching again and looping back, trying to force everything down a single path when it really doesn't want to be. STEPHANIE: So, in this case, did you know that you had those seven branching paths upfront, or did you have to tease that out? JOËL: I did not know from the code. Honestly, it would be very difficult to infer that from the code. But from the product, I knew this is a multi-step form with seven steps. And so I knew what the branches were from the product description. But no, it was almost impossible to infer that from the code. Long-time listeners of The Bike Shed may remember an older episode where Steph and Chris discussed multi-step forms and how best to approach them in Rails and also in JavaScript. And one thing that did come up is that an ideal way to work with a multi-step form in Rails is to have every step be its own controller. So you have a view, it submits to a controller, which renders another view or redirects to another view which submits to another controller. And that is the direction that we went with this multi-step form eventually. Once the single controller had a big CASE expression in it, we slowly started moving each branch out to its own controller. And now we had the step one controller, the step two controller, the step three controller, and so on. And I think that was probably the best solution in the end. But we had to go through the CASE expression just to know what was safe to move out. Interestingly, this refactor is effectively replacing a conditional with polymorphism because all of our controllers are controller objects. They respond to the same interface. And so this gets classic refactor that Ruby Science suggests, which is what we did and kind of what Steph and Chris recommended if you had the luxury of starting from scratch all those episodes ago. STEPHANIE: Nice, I'm glad it turned out that way and was a lot more manageable. JOËL: It's really interesting when you're working with a situation like that where you've got really messy code, and you can make some improvements. And it's like, how far do you go? Especially because there's usually a backlog of new features that the customer wants you to implement. So I'm curious for you, Stephanie, how do you know when you've gone far enough in improving code, either in a refactor step for your own code for a feature you're writing or maybe you're trying to take a break and say I'm going to take a little bit of time today to improve this area of the code. How do you know how good is good enough? STEPHANIE: That's an interesting question. I think I encounter that in a couple of ways, either in my own work when I am tasked with a feature, and I start getting into the code, and it stresses me out and leaves me a bit confused and not sure where to go to work on my feature. That is usually a signal that I might need to pay some attention first and make the change easy and then making the easy change. The other common thing that I have experienced on teams is we collectively feel the pain of an area of the codebase. And maybe we talk about it at a developer meeting, and all agree that, yeah, we really want to give this part of the code some love and add it to the backlog. But it's tough in that case because, like you said, there are a lot of new features that stakeholders want. And we as developers want to be over here taking care of our little codebase [laughs], making sure that it is healthy and it feels good to work with. JOËL: I feel like I don't just want my codebase healthy; I want it pristine. STEPHANIE: Ooh, pristine. What does that mean to you? JOËL: I want it perfect, nice, and shiny. And, of course, it's never that, which is why it's always tempting to toss out the old code and start over and do it right this time. That's not a good thing. You have to be able to live with the messiness of everyday life and the fact that, okay, here's an idea. I think if your codebase is perfect, you've put too much work into it. You've gone too far, and you're beyond that; when is good enough good enough? STEPHANIE: Whoa, that's a big statement. JOËL: [laughs] Feel free to disagree with me here. STEPHANIE: I guess I'm curious what perfect is in this case. JOËL: I think it's subjective for the developers who are writing it. But oftentimes, the ones who are looking for perfection go way too far in their quest for that. STEPHANIE: Way too far at the expense of things like business value or other things? JOËL: I think in two ways; one, you probably ended up overengineering things to try to make it so perfect. Your design needs to have some amount of flex in it for the unknown. It's okay to have some rough corners because it's going to change. And you're going to have to redo that corner next week anyway. So you need to not go all the way in making everything absolutely perfect. The other thing is that if you are putting in the effort to make everything perfect, at some point, you hit diminishing returns. And that's not worth your time from a business perspective or even on a personal project where you're just trying to ship things. At some point, you need to make actual progress. STEPHANIE: I'm curious if you mainly hold yourself to those very high standards or if you also think about that when reviewing other people's code. JOËL: So I mentioned earlier that I want my code to be pristine. I want to be clear, that's a bad thing. I do not actually hold myself to that standard. And I try not to hold other people to that standard, either. It's sort of tempering idealism with pragmatism. So being able to say, look, can we cut scope and focus on just one thing? Or does this fulfill the need that we have? And will it hurt us if we leave it like this and come back to it later? Or that question I asked you at the beginning, is this good enough? And maybe we can come back to it eventually. STEPHANIE: I really struggle with that question sometimes because, in some ways, people talk about software as a craft. And if we were building it in a vacuum, we could fine-tune and hone it until it's this beautiful, perfect, pristine thing. But because we write software for real things in the real world, we are constrained by the needs of our users, or the business, or just the purpose of building software is for folks to use it. And in that case, part of the job is evaluating trade-offs and deciding when is good enough. But sometimes, when I'm by myself working or coding for a little while, I do get sucked into wanting to make this the best that it could be just for my own personal fulfillment and joy. And I have to pull myself out of it sometimes and take a step back and be like, is this good enough for now, good enough for other people to be able to understand, work with in the future? And sometimes, it also requires getting other people's input too. JOËL: That's really valuable. STEPHANIE: Yeah, the worst thing that could happen is squirreling away with your code, and then you emerge with something that was totally not what was asked for. [laughs] JOËL: Especially on a work project. On a personal project, it's often good to know why you're doing a thing. And so maybe you want to see how far you can get away with pushing a particular metric, whether it's you want to go extreme on the decoupling or 100% TDD, or maybe you want to try something like test && commit || revert which is a development methodology. And those are all great as learning experiments, and then you go as deep as you want. I'm going to make another hot take here, and again, feel free to tell me I'm wrong. I'm going to say that on your own personal projects, if you pursue perfection, even when it's not for work, pursuing perfection on personal projects dooms them to join the others on the pile of uncompleted projects on your GitHub. STEPHANIE: That is an interesting take. I think it depends on the goal of your personal project because I personally like to have my projects be a bit of a sandbox, and I have no expectations that they will end up being anything that other people would necessarily look at, even though I guess they just end up public on my GitHub and are just sitting there in a weird, unfinished state. But yeah, I like to use them as an opportunity to, like you said, practice those concepts that I am really excited to explore but might not necessarily have the opportunity to on whatever client project I'm currently working on. And sometimes, I end up just scrapping it, but the exercise itself was valuable for me. I'm curious, though, what types of personal projects you have that lead you to have that opinion. JOËL: I think the way I use personal projects is very similar to you in that they're generally for my own personal growth and entertainment. It's about the journey, not the destination. So I generally have no intention of making this a thing that other people will use. It's typically a way to try out a technique, or a concept, or an idea. And so, for those, going really far on a performance or quality metric can be the goal. And that's completely okay with the knowledge that I probably will not complete or ship this project. I've done a few others where I've done the opposite. I've joined Game Jam events where you typically have a hard deadline. This could be a longer one, like maybe a month or as short as a day or a weekend, and you have to build and ship something within that deadline. And then you have to really make some pragmatic choices. STEPHANIE: Yeah, that sounds like a lot of pressure. I don't know if I would necessarily thrive in that kind of environment. I really like to spend a lot of time thinking about my code and looking over it again, sometimes to the point where I might be a little bit too precious about it. I was reflecting on this recently, and I thought about back when I was earlier in my career and didn't have any idea of what clean or good code was or looked like. And I would just write the code that would make my future work and just put it up for review. And I was very blissfully naive, I think, at that point in my career where I wasn't self-conscious about it in any way. And I think I'm trying to find a good middle ground between being comfortable with whatever comes out when I do some work or write some code while also having more knowledge and experience being able to revisit it and give it a deeper look after some space and feeling good about it without spending too much precious time on it. JOËL: Yeah, it's that classic consulting; it depends. Learn to balance code quality idealism versus the pragmatic reality of your goal, which is I want to ship something, both on your personal project and at work. That perfect code is useless if you can't ship it for contexts where you actually care about shipping. And on that note, let's wrap up. The show notes for this episode can be found at bikeshed.fm. This show is produced and edited by Mandy Moore. If you enjoyed listening, one really easy way to support the show is to leave us a quick rating or even a review in iTunes. It really helps other folks find the show. If you have any feedback, you can reach us at @_bikeshed or reach me at @joelquen on Twitter or at hosts@bikeshed.fm via email. Thank you so much for listening to The Bike Shed, and we'll see you next week. Byeeeeeee!!!!! ANNOUNCER: This podcast was brought to you by thoughtbot. thoughtbot is your expert design and development partner. Let's make your product and team a success.

TD Ameritrade Network
Seventh Generation CEO On Plant-Based Products & Recycled Bottles

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 5:12


Seventh Generation has products for laundry, dish, cleaners, disinfectants, personal care, and paper. Seventh Generation formulates plant-based products and uses 100% post-consumer recycled bottles. Seventh Generation is owned by parent company Unilever (UL). CEO Alison Whritenhour weighs in on Seventh Generation being on a mission to transform the world.

The Tidwell Sermons
Mark 1: 365 Empty Bottles

The Tidwell Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 34:21


FBC Durant, Gerald Tidwell, December 31, 1989.  Morning Service.  

Alamodome Audible
Episode 185: 2022 Season Preview

Alamodome Audible

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 77:43


It's that time folks. The Triangle has re-assembled. Campus is bustling with activity again. Bottles of Fireball are flying off the shelf as the tailgaters finalize their preparations for the season opener. And of course, we're back in the saddle for another season of bi-weekly podcasts. We start things off with some announcements and housekeeping, as Jared shares his reactions to his first visit to Taco Palenque. At 13:29 we begin discussing this year's version of the Triangle of Toughness. These players are voted into single digit jersey numbers by their peers and coaches, with the most respected players donning the 2-1-0 San Antonio area code jerseys. After the cumbia break we begin breaking down the Roadrunners' schedule at the 31:15 mark. Like Adrian says, this season is really going to come in waves. UTSA's ability to weather the choppy waters will determine whether or not they'll be able to repeat as conference champions. Lastly we wrap things up by discussing our biggest fears for this season (1:13:00). The next week of content here at alamodomeaudible.com is gonna go crazy. Be sure to check back throughout the week as we glide into game day next Saturday. Subscribe to the podcast

Witch, Yes!
99 Bottles of Sailor Superstition

Witch, Yes!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022


Excuse the delay! We got caught up feeling extra superstitious today. Alicia and Terra embark on the open seas of superstitions. With good luck aplenty and bad luck afoot what are the telltale signs to look out for? From ghost ships and sea monsters to tattoos, this episode will surely give you everything you need to handle the turbulent waves and pirates of the Caribbean, except the actual helpful information such as how to sail a boat. That's not this podcast, not yet. Plus Witches in the News, and a some Appalachian Folk Magic. This episode was brought to you by Blessed Be Magick! New Stud Earrings Collection Lilith Sigil Necklace Triskelion Charm w/ Birthstone Necklace With code: WITCHYES15 Save 15% OFF all full-priced talisman jewelry at BlessedBeMagick! Hosted by Alicia Herder and Terra Keck. Produced by Marcel Pérez. With Research Assistance provided by Brian Rainey. Creative Directing by Mallory Porter. Music by Kevin MacLeod. Official Witch, Yes! Discord! Witch, Yes! on Patreon! Check out our merch on Teepublic! Our Link Tree "Spellbound" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Witches in the News Links: “Traditional Gardnerian” Declaration Comes Under Fire Accusations of Witchcraft in Peru Saudi Arabian ‘Rise of the Witches,' TV Series This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

The Darin Olien Show
Getting Rid of Plastic One Water Bottle at a Time | David Cuthbert

The Darin Olien Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 42:12


Water is the world's most precious resource. However, 86% of plastic water bottles end up sitting in landfills or waterways in the United States alone. While everyone needs access to clean drinking water, there has to be a better way than plastic. David Cuthbert, CEO of Mananalu, explains how Jason Mamoa founded this company not to sell water, but to sell sustainability. With their “Drink One, Remove One” initiative, Mananalu is working to rid the world's oceans of plastic, one bottle at a time.   || LINKS || https://www.mananalu.com/ | www.calderalab.com/darin | Full Show Notes - https://darinolien.com/getting-rid-of-plastic-one-water-bottle-at-a-time-david-cuthbert/ 

The China History Podcast
CHP Special Episode: Qing Era Snuff Bottles with Andrew Singer

The China History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 49:00


Most of us have never tried old-fashioned snuff as they did back in the 17th to 19th centuries. But we've all heard of it. I invited Mr. Andrew Singer onto the CHP to satiate the curiosity of anyone wishing to know more about it and these gorgeous little bottles. Snuff bottles were extremely popular with the nobles and aristocrats of the Qing Dynasty. And a number of emperors too engaged in this pastime. Though snuff itself is not so popular today, the snuff bottles that came out of this period became an obsession of passionate collectors the world over. Join Andrew Singer and me in a discussion about the snuff and snuff bottle culture during the Qing Dynasty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

You Tried Dat??
195: Milk Tea Kit Kats, Blueberry Kit Kats, and Snackerz Gummy Cola Bottles

You Tried Dat??

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 57:34


Two Kit Kats, Milk Tea and Blueberry, face off against each other along with Snackerz Gummy Cola Bottles this week on You Tried Dat??  Will either of the two Kit Kats give Snackerz a break?  The gang also discusses a very unfortunate accident involving a chess robot before learning everything there is to know about Cryptocurrency. Follow us on Instagram and see pictures of the snacks @youtrieddat.

RAD Radio
08.19.22 RAD 09 RAD Bottles SOLD OUT Online

RAD Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 4:58


RAD Bottles SOLD OUT OnlineSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

BrainStuff
BrainStuff Classics: Why Are Hydrogen Peroxide Bottles Brown?

BrainStuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 3:15 Very Popular


Most hydrogen peroxide sold to consumers comes in opaque brown bottles. Learn why in today's classic episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://science.howstuffworks.com/why-does-hydrogen-peroxide-come-in-brown-bottle.htmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Boomer & Gio
Mets in Heaven & Yanks Lose Again; Giants Preseason and Daniel Jones Preview

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 38:20 Very Popular


Hour 1 Boomer & Gio open with the Mets win and how this upcoming series against the Phillies is Mets heaven. They will have Scherzer, deGrom and Bassitt on the mound. The Yankees lost again. Some fans are concerned and some are not since they are still so many games over .500. With no Mets or Yankees tonight, we will be locked in on the Giants first preseason game of the season against the Patriots. We talked about what we expect from Daniel Jones. Jerry is here for his first update of the day and starts with the Mets beating the Reds yet again to complete the sweep. The Yankees lost to the Mariners after taking a lead after Judge & Higashioka homers. Joey Gallo hit a HR for the Dodgers. A Cardinals minor leaguer hit for the HR cycle. Tomorrow, Toms River will play Massapequa with a Little League World Series berth to the winner. In the final segment of the hour, Gio is doing an appearance at Bottles & Cases tonight on Long Island. We expect to see a lot of Giants starters tonight in their first preseason game tonight against the Patriots. We also talked about Daniel Jones' upcoming season.

Boomer & Gio
Boomer & Gio Podcast

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 156:29 Very Popular


Hour 1: Boomer & Gio open with the Mets win and how this upcoming series against the Phillies is Mets heaven. They will have Scherzer, deGrom and Bassitt on the mound. The Yankees lost again. Some fans are concerned and some are not since they are still so many games over .500. With no Mets or Yankees tonight, we will be locked in on the Giants first preseason game of the season against the Patriots. We talked about what we expect from Daniel Jones. Jerry is here for his first update of the day and starts with the Mets beating the Reds yet again to complete the sweep. The Yankees lost to the Mariners after taking a lead after Judge & Higashioka homers. Joey Gallo hit a HR for the Dodgers. A Cardinals minor leaguer hit for the HR cycle. Tomorrow, Toms River will play Massapequa with a Little League World Series berth to the winner. In the final segment of the hour, Gio is doing an appearance at Bottles & Cases tonight on Long Island. We expect to see a lot of Giants starters tonight in their first preseason game tonight against the Patriots. We also talked about Daniel Jones' upcoming season.  Hour 2: The 7am hour starts with talk about NY Giants' drafts in the past and how Ben McAdoo wanted to draft Patrick Mahomes. We talked about AFC QBs including the Bengals, Chiefs, Bills and Chargers. Jerry returns for an update but first we discuss his groundhog problem. The Yankees lost to the Mariners despite a great pitching effort by Nestor Cortes and HRs by Higashioka and Judge. The Mets beat the Reds again. Keith Hernandez mentions The Princess Bride and Gary Cohen said he's never seen it. Jerry has a clip from Hard Knocks of a rookie singing Billie Jean by Michael Jackson. In the final segment of the hour, Boomer opens a box of meat by Citarella and Tommy Lee tweets out a picture of his schween. Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian have broken up.  Hour 3: The 8am starts with talk about the Yankees not playing all that great as they head into Boston to play tomorrow night. Frankie Montas has to have a good outing this second time around. Evan Roberts tweeted that this is the best Mets team of his lifetime. The Mets will have Scherzer, deGrom and Bassitt against the Phillies. Jerry returns for another update and starts with the Mets over the Reds to complete the sweep. Nestor Cortes pitched well but the Yankees lost in Seattle. Matt Carpenter will not need surgery on his foot, which is good news. Joey Gallo hit a HR for the Dodgers yesterday. Boomer thinks the Giants need Judge in order to keep up with the Dodgers and Padres. In the final segment of the hour, we talk about congestion pricing coming to NYC.  Hour 4: The 9am hour starts with talk about tonight's Giants' first preseason game against the Patriots. Brian Daboll is a first time Head Coach and Boomer thinks people will watch tonight because there is no Yankees or Mets game. We'll also get to see Daniel Jones for the first time since last year. And Mike Kafka will call the offensive plays tonight. A caller says he was intimate with his wife while his 1 year old was in the room. Jerry returns for an update and starts with the Mets beating the Reds again. Mets have a 7 game lead over Atlanta. The Yankees lost in Seattle despite a good start by Nestor Cortes. In the final segment of the show, we talk about places Kevin Durant could end up. Right now the Celtics are number one and the Sixers and number two.

Wired To Hunt
Hunting Gear That Will Actually Help You Kill More Bucks

Wired To Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022


The hunting industry leans pretty heavily on get-rich-quick products. Bottles of doe pee, calls, decoys, and a host of other categories promise easy success. Unfortunately, they often don't deliver. In fact, an awful lot of the gear a hunter could buy won't do much to actually help fill tags. That's the nature of an industry built around a weird mix of passion, sport, and casual participation. There are, however, some essentials that are worth...

Page Seven
Ep. 460: Just Bottles of Piss

Page Seven

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 88:20


This week we're gossin' 'bout hot wing lip gloss and Holden's HOT TAKES, T. Swift and other's big ol' carbon footprints, GOOP's take on nepotism as well as some Chet Hanks talk, Addison Rae's biblical bikini, Netflix suing the Bridgerton musical, Holden compares loving cats to Dark Souls,  Fancy Feast's gourmet restaurant, the return of Bernard the Elf from the Santa Clause, the release of Renaissance (and the quick edit that followed), and this week Celeb Conspiracy Corner takes a backseat for the blackened nightmarescape devoid of hope that is PISSTALES! Then to soothe those shattered psyches, we have The List, Blindz, and the SHOUTZzz(s)! Want even more Page 7? Support us on Patreon! Patreon.com/Page7Podcast Flowerhead - Pondering My Orb (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXb6QLCaLxjvucwNlQuS2gg) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0