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Meet The Elite Podcast
4544 Brian Watson-09 22 22-Health and Wellness-Sam

Meet The Elite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 3:57


This Is Brendone
122: Positive Mentality Sept '22

This Is Brendone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 18:31


Arthur Caulfield's Death Expenses - https://gofund.me/cb7f95a4 https://linktr.ee/HoldenPro Monthly short podcast featuring quotes that have motivated me from the past month. Sincerely Thank you: stay sane, healthy, safe & I truly appreciate you all. . : !LISTEN - SHARE- ENJOY! : . I host an IG Live every week with open lines Mondays - 7:15pm @HoldenPro. If you would like to be included in the open lines, join the Patreon, Patreon.com/BrendoneC 1-866-585-0445 - http://ca.portal.gs/ - 24/7 Canadian Mental Health Toll Free Number!!!!! PATREON!!!!! patreon.com/BrendoneC tiktok.com/@holdenpro twitter.com/HoldenPro instagram.com/HoldenPro/ youtube.com/user/Spadez2316 facebook.com/BrendoneCaulfield facebook.com/HoldenAlbright Patrons: Tommy Richardson, Jason Mitchell, Rob Arbic, Uncle Bobby B, Jordan McIlwain, Curtis Rich, Guilmy Talks, Morgan & Mama Thomas, Justin Zane, DanielSan, Shane Petrovic, Jordan Yates, CJ Cicchini, Brain Cannon ZS, Jenn, Joshie & Rags, Peter, & Brian Watson

This Is Brendone
121: Solo Q&A + July & August '22 Open Lines

This Is Brendone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 104:06


Arthur Caulfield's Death Expenses - https://gofund.me/cb7f95a4 https://linktr.ee/HoldenPro All these conversations were recorded over Instagram Live I host an IG Live every week with open lines Mondays - 7:15pm @HoldenPro. If you would like to be included in the open lines, join the Patreon, Patreon.com/BrendoneC July & August 2022 Guests/Friends: CJ Cicchini on Instagram @therealcjspeaks1 Beau/Doc Richards on Instagram @beau_h316 John Greed on Instagram @greedwrestling Jamie Franchuk on Instagram @jfrancisco82 Karl Jepson on Instagram @karl_jepson93 SONG: INTRO: Gotta Get Through This - Daniel Bedingfield - OUTRO: Can You Feel It - Dj Private Ryan x Terri Lyons Sincerely Thank you: stay sane, healthy, safe & I truly appreciate you all. . : !LISTEN - SHARE- ENJOY! : . 1-866-585-0445 - http://ca.portal.gs/ - 24/7 Canadian Mental Health Toll Free Number!!!!! PATREON!!!!! patreon.com/BrendoneC tiktok.com/@holdenpro twitter.com/HoldenPro instagram.com/HoldenPro/ youtube.com/user/Spadez2316 facebook.com/BrendoneCaulfield facebook.com/HoldenAlbright Patrons: Tommy Richardson, Jason Mitchell, Rob Arbic, Uncle Bobby B, Jordan McIlwain, Curtis Rich, Guilmy Talks, Morgan & Mama Thomas, Justin Zane, DanielSan, Shane Petrovic, Jordan Yates, CJ Cicchini, Brain Cannon ZS, Jenn, Joshie & Rags, Peter, & Brian Watson

Charlottesville Community Engagement
August 19, 2022: Habitat for Humanity reaches financial milestone for Southwood redevelopment; Spineymussel returns to the James River

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 21:25


We find ourselves now at the August 19 mark, which seems like it is close to the end of 2022. Yet, inputting certain figures into the Year-O-Meter would indicate the passage of time has not passed the threshold of two-thirds. If numbers aren’t your metric, consider the sun will rise and fall 34 more times before the Fall Equinox. Either way, this is another Friday edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement intended to bring you information you may need between now and then. I’m Sean Tubbs. You can sign up for free, but Ting will match your initial payment if you opt to support this work financially. See below for details. In the next several hundred words:The Albemarle County Economic Development Authority has endorsed a $600,000 pay-out for Habitat for Humanity’s redevelopment at Southwood There’s a new principal at Charlottesville High School and two elementary schools The Charlottesville Alliance for Black Male Achievement is holding an event this Sunday to get students ready for the beginning of the school year next WednesdayThe Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources took steps this week to restore an endangered species to the James River First shout-out: Livable Cville event on zoning rewriteIn today’s first Patreon-fueled shout-out, Livable Cville wants you to mark your calendar for August 31 for an educational talk about the next steps in the Cville Plans Together initiative. They’ve invited James Freas, the city’s Director of Neighborhood Development Services, to talk about the rewrite of the city’s zoning ordinance in an online webinar.  The talk will include a presentation on the Draft Zoning Diagnostic & Approach Report and the soon to be released Market Analysis/Inclusionary Zoning Study. The talk begins at 5:30 p.m. and will include a question and answer period. Sign up to get your place at the virtual table for Livable Cville’s Update and Next Steps for the Cville Plans Together initiative. Redevelopment work continues at Southwood Work continues to redevelop the Southwood Mobile Home Park as a mixed-use community that will offer new homes to those who have lived there. The chief executive officer of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville gave an update to the Albemarle County Economic Development Authority on Tuesday. “So when Southwood is done it will be somewhere between 1,000 and 1,100 homes and up to 700 of them will be affordable depending on subsidies that we get and how things develop,” said Dan Rosensweig, Habitat’s chief executive officer. Habitat entered into a performance agreement with Albemarle and the EDA to provide a certain amount of affordable housing in exchange for financial payments and tax breaks.“Our work at Southwood is part and parcel of our larger scale work to create mixed income neighborhoods and affordable home ownership in the region,” said Dan Rosensweig, the chief executive officer of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville. “We were a pioneer in this. We were the first Habitat nationally to do it and the first in the country to do mixed-income neighborhoods. We’ve now done ten mixed-income neighborhoods and built almost 300 homes in those neighborhoods.”Rosensweig said in 2004, Habitat stepped in to save the Sunrise trailer park in Charlottesville from development and the result is a mixed-income community. “Sunrise today is a neighborhood of front porches and back porches and open space for the community to use,” Rosensweig said. “To our knowledge it is the first mobile home transformation without displacement and that sort of set us up for Southwood.” Habitat purchased the land in 2007 and the agency has operated it ever since.“It was a mess,” Rosensweig said. “There were fires, trailers catching on fire, sewage bubbling into people’s trailer through their commodes. And it’s large. It’s on an enormous scale.” Rosensweig said Habitat invested in infrastructure and entered into an agreement with Albemarle County for how redevelopment as a collaborative relationship as well as the performance agreement worth $3.2 million in both cash and tax rebates. “Our deliverables in the first phase… are 75 affordable homes and our milestones are multiple,” Rosensweig said. “We’ve had to meet milestones in terms of submitting building permits, getting Low Income Housing Tax Credits apartments under contract.”The latest milestone was to raise at least 95 percent of the funds necessary to purchase the building materials for the Habitat units. That released an appropriation of $600,000. “We’re overperforming that performance agreement by quite a bit in that first phase,” Rosensweig said. “Per the performance agreement we’ve promised 75 affordable homes in the first phase alone. We’re building 207 affordable homes.”As part of the first phase, the Piedmont Housing Alliance is constructing an apartment building financed through Low Income Housing Tax Credits. Rosensweig said construction of two Habitat homes is almost complete and site work is underway for the rest. The second phase of the project still needs a rezoning and this will go before the Board of Supervisors on September 21. Full build-out of the project will take another dozen or so years. “As part of phase 2 we’re planning a business incubation center and a little bit of a neighborhood downtown,” Rosensweig said. “Some of the uses we’re trying to attract are shared commercial kitchen, a business incubation center, a cafe, early childhood education center and potentially some other non residential uses such as a credit union.”  Habitat has offered to reserve seven acres for a school that Rosensweig hoped would be more urban in scale with at least two and a half stories. However, they can’t give the land over for free. “In the $500 million cost of Southwood, by far the largest contribution to filling up the bucket is market-rate lot sales and so if we were to give that away we would lose tens of millions of dollars of lot sales which cross-subsidize the affordability,” Rosensweig said. “What we have done is proportionally offered a discount if the school would like to purchase it.”The final determination of what will happen remains to be seen especially with a rezoning vote pending. Deputy County Executive Doug Walker weighed in.“There is ongoing dialogue between the planning staff and the school staff about the viability of this site for their plans so that we can be in a position to share with the Board of Supervisors whether this is a viable site or not,” Walker said. “I do know that those conversations are ongoing.”Rosensweig said the way the proffer is worded gives the county until 2027 to make a decision. The EDA unanimously approved a resolution to acknowledge the latest milestone and release the $600,000. New faces at Charlottesville City SchoolsWe are now five days away from when school will go back into session in Albemarle County and Charlottesville. There will be some new faces at some schools. Rashaad Pitt took over as the principal of Charlottesville High School earlier this week after serving most recently as assistant principal of George Wythe High School in Richmond. Pitt began his educational career teaching history in Petersburg City Public Schools and has also worked in Chesterfield County, Hampton City Schools, and the Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice. According to a release, his area of expertise includes community outreach, restorative justice, instructional leadership and professional development. Pitt succeeds Eric Irizarry, who stepped down after six years at CHS to become Director of Equity, Family, and Community Relations for Albemarle County Public Schools. “I am excited to begin this next chapter,” Pitt is quoted in the news release. “I want to build on the strong success and good work of Dr. Irizarry, and I look forward to working with the excellent leadership team and staff at CHS.”Two other principals in Charlottesville have been promoted from within the school division. Chantel Beverly is the new principal at Venable Elementary School. Beverly has been assistant principal at Greenbrier Elementary since 2019 after teaching in Petersburg and Richmond. Carmella Johnson took over as principal at Clark Elementary School in July. Since 2017, she has been an assistant principal and instructional coach at Johnson Elementary School and before that Johnson taught at Greenbrier for ten years. Free haircuts to be offered this SundayWith school fast approaching, it’s time for many to get their appearance ready. This Sunday, several groups will gather at the Boys and Girls Club at Buford Middle School for back-to-school bash from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. There will be free hair cuts, among other things. The Charlottesville Alliance for Black Male Achievement is organizing the event with 100 Black Men of Central Virginia, House of Cuts Barber Shop, the Uhuru Foundation, Peace in the Streets, as well as the Boys and Girls Club of Charlottesville. “Free haircuts, braids, and raffle prizes will be available and Prolyfyck Running Creww will be giving out free shoes to high school students,” reads a press release on the city’s website.”De-La-Roll will provide free skate lessons to those interested as well.” The event is open to all. Second shout-out goes to Camp AlbemarleToday’s second subscriber-supported public service announcement goes out to Camp Albemarle, which has for sixty years been a “wholesome rural, rustic and restful site for youth activities, church groups, civic events and occasional private programs.”Located on 14 acres on the banks of the Moorman’s River near Free Union, Camp Albemarle continues as a legacy of being a Civilian Conservation Corps project that sought to promote the importance of rural activities. Camp Albemarle seeks support for a plan to winterize the Hamner Lodge, a structure built in 1941 by the CCC and used by every 4th and 5th grade student in Charlottesville and Albemarle for the study of ecology for over 20 years. If this campaign is successful, Camp Albemarle could operate year-round. Consider your support by visiting campalbemarleva.org/donate. Spinymussel returns to James River A small invertebrate that scientifically goes by the name James River Spineymussel  has not been seen alive in the waterway its named for since the late 1960s. “We’re pretty confident that they’re extirpated from the main stem river and even if they’re still out there, they’re probably at such low levels that they’re not really biologically like they should,” said Brian Watson, a top biologist for freshwater mussels at the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources. On Wednesday morning, Watson and his crews were at five locations on the James River to reintroduce about 1,300 individuals back into the waterway. These were all raised at a mussel hatchery in Charles City. The goal is to repopulate a species that is one of dozens of freshwater mussels that used to be commonplace in what is now North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.For many years, biologists in Virginia have taken this seriously. “We have about 80 species which ranks us about sixth in the United States in terms of diversity,” Watson said. Watson said there are roughly 900 species of freshwater mussels across the globe and around 300 are in the United States. One of those species is the James River Spineymussel, which is on the federal endangered species list as critically endangered. Watson said the small creatures play an important role in the ecosystem as they feed from their position on the beds of rivers and lakes filtering water for food and nutrients. “We often talk about freshwater mussels as the livers of the river,” Watson said. “When you’re heard historically about how oysters could clear the Chesapeake Bay, the entire water volume, within about a month when oysters were at their heyday, freshwater mussels used to do a similar thing for our freshwater creeks and streams and rivers.” For decades, aquatic biologists have sought to restore creatures back to habitats that became uninhabitable due to all sorts of pollution. An interesting adjective to describe mussels is “benthic” which means anything that lives on the bed of a waterbody. “And since these are benthic organisms that live in the stream bottoms and they don’t move around like freshwater fishes do, they are relatively good indicators of water quality so if something is going wrong at a site or there’s a change for the negative for water quality, mussels are usually going to give you an indication that something’s going on.” To get mussels to be in a place takes a lot of factors, so Watson said putting them back in a former habitat from which they’ve disappeared means a lot of biological steps will need to be taken.“They kind of have a unique life cycle for an invertebrate,” Watson said. “They are an obligate parasite, most of them are. They have a larva that typically has to attach to a particular fish species to complete their life cycle. So it’s a really small larvae that females hold inside of their gills.” Watson said a small shell that looks like a Pac-Man will snap shut when in the presence of the fish to hitch a ride. They’ll use chub, minnow, or several other species. “And if they’re successful and stay on the fish, they will transform into a juvenile, drop off, and if they happen to drop off in a suitable location and conditions are right then they will grow to be a sub-adult and then an adult.” If the fish have moved on, then the life cycle is interrupted. Some species of mussels can live for decades, but they may die out if the waters are impaired. For decades, biologists have been restoring fish to rivers made more habitable by the Clean Water Act. Now research into doing the same thing for invertebrates, including this release of the James River Spineymussel. To make that work, the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources has approached the local governments in Albemarle, Buckingham, and Fluvanna counties to ask for permission even if might not strictly have been necessary. “The way the language reads in our current regulation is that if we’re going to introduce any new species to an area that is a game animal or a game bird or a fish that we need the authority and the cooperation of the local government of the locality it will be released into,” Watson said. “So when you look at that language it doesn’t necessarily say freshwater mussel or invertebrates.”Watson said notifications have been made because of the regulated nature of the James River Spineymussel. In Albemarle, its presence in the 1980’s was enough to put regulatory approval of the Buck Mountain Reservoir in doubt and the project was abandoned. In 2022, Albemarle’s consent for the release was on the consent agenda for their May 18 meeting. Watson had an audience with the Buckingham County Supervisors earlier this month but had not heard back from Fluvanna as of this past Tuesday when our interview was conducted. The project definitely has the support of Matt Lawless, the administrator of the Town of Scottsville. “Having a healthy and scenic river that’s accessible and safe for everybody to use is what Scottsville is all about,” Lawless said. “That’s been our history for hundreds of years and we feel really responsible for our little piece of the river and we take its quality and its health very seriously.”  The individual mussels released are all three years old and Watson said they should be ready to reproduce.  “Right now we would consider them adult mussels,” Watson said. “They should be reproductively mature so that when they are released into the river, assuming that every goes right, that they should start reproducing next year or within the first years that they’re out in the river so that they’re not young individuals that are just dropping off of the fish.” The work to propagate mussels dates back to the late 90’s and Watson said teams used to send them out at an earlier stage in the life cycle. The results were not successful. This batch has been kept in the hatchery longer than usual due to various approval processes. So, how will Watson and his team measure success? There are three metrics. First, they’ll check to see how many survive. “The second is are they reproducing after you put them out,” Watson said. “So at the certain time of the year when the females would have those larvae inside of them, we will try to monitor those locations and check some of those animals to see if they are what we call ‘gravid’ or not and that’s when the females have the larvae inside their gills.” The third step is to see if those larvae can get onto the fish as part of their role as obligate parasite. All of the individuals that went out this week are tagged so they can be monitored. “So the hope will be that as we monitor these in the future, if we start to see younger individuals that do not have tags on them, then that tells us that they are new individuals that are recruiting into the population.”Watson said it is inevitable that many of the introduced species will float downstream over time and that they won’t be detectable. Still, he predicts survival rates will be high. Monitoring efforts will continue and Watson said people should be patient for results. “And it could take a decade or two to actually see something going on,” Watson said. “There have been some restoration and recovery work with rare mussels out in the Mississippi River where they put lots and lots of individuals out there. You’re talking like thousands to tens of thousands of animals out in spots and they are just now starting to see recruitment in some of these areas where they’ve placed large  numbers and you’re like a decade later.” Housekeeping for Episode #419I had not expected to take two days to get to another installment, but somehow that’s what happens. I am the sole writer and producer of this newsletter, which also means I have to do all of the business activity. Yesterday there were things needed to be attended to, but I hope to get to all of the stories I want to write in the coming days and weeks. I’m glad to have written about something a little different in the last segment. It’s amazing to think how everything we see in front of us came to be. In the case of the Spineymussel, I’m inspired by all of the steps necessary to make it all work out. I hope to be here well into the future.To get there, I will need to navigate the waters of accounting and finance, which is a long way of saying I depend on reader and listeners support to keep this going. About a third of you paying, which is a pretty good showing. But, I need more to do so or I’ll have to consider a different path. Perhaps the best way to support me is through a Substack subscription. If you do so, Ting will match your initial payment! And, if you sign up for their services through this link you’ll get a free standard install, your 2nd month free, and a $75 downtown mall gift card! Enter the promo code COMMUNITY for full effect. Either way, I thank you for reading or listening. Today’s podcast outro is completely different from this, so go and listen to see what I said. I enjoy being mysterious. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Radio Brews News
Brian Watson - Good George Brewing

Radio Brews News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 57:06


This week, we chat with Brian Watson, head brewer of Good George Brewing in New Zealand and president of SmartBrew.  During the chat, we discuss Watson's extensive career as well as the rise of contract brewing through his work with SmartBrew.  Our partners Cryer Malt – supplying the best ingredients to Australian and New Zealand brewers for 30 years If you like what we do at Radio Brews News you can help us out by: Sponsoring the show Reviewing us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your favourite podcasting service Emailing us at producer@brewsnews.com.au to share your thoughts

This Is Brendone
120: Jason Barker

This Is Brendone

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 124:58


https://linktr.ee/HoldenPro Photographer Jason Barker Recorded: July 22nd, 2021 Find Jason on Instagram @WrestlingShots1 & Twitter @WrestlingShots INTRO SONG: Earthquake - Labrinth ft. Tinie Tempah Sincerely Thank you: stay sane, healthy, safe & I truly appreciate you all. . : !LISTEN - SHARE- ENJOY! : . 1-866-585-0445 - http://ca.portal.gs/ - 24/7 Canadian Mental Health Toll Free Number!!!!! PATREON!!!!! patreon.com/BrendoneC tiktok.com/@holdenpro twitter.com/HoldenPro instagram.com/HoldenPro/ youtube.com/user/Spadez2316 facebook.com/BrendoneCaulfield facebook.com/HoldenAlbright Patrons: Tommy Richardson, Jason Mitchell, Rob Arbic, Uncle Bobby B, Jordan McIlwain, Curtis Rich, Guilmy Talks, Morgan & Mama Thomas, Justin Zane, DanielSan, Shane Petrovic, Jordan Yates, CJ Cicchini, Brain Cannon ZS, Jenn, Joshie & Rags, Peter, & Brian Watson

This Is Brendone
118: Jamie Franchuk

This Is Brendone

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 125:57


https://linktr.ee/HoldenPro Ring Announcer Jamie Franchuk Recorded: June 24th, 2021 Find Jamie on Instagram @JFrancisco82 & Twitter @Toast_And_Jamie INTRO SONG: Earthquake - Labrinth ft. Tinie Tempah Sincerely Thank you: stay sane, healthy, safe & I truly appreciate you all. . : !LISTEN - SHARE- ENJOY! : . 1-866-585-0445 - http://ca.portal.gs/ - 24/7 Canadian Mental Health Toll Free Number!!!!! PATREON!!!!! patreon.com/BrendoneC tiktok.com/@holdenpro twitter.com/HoldenPro instagram.com/HoldenPro/ youtube.com/user/Spadez2316 facebook.com/BrendoneCaulfield facebook.com/HoldenAlbright Patrons: Tommy Richardson, Jason Mitchell, Rob Arbic, Uncle Bobby B, Jordan McIlwain, Curtis Rich, Guilmy Talks, Morgan & Mama Thomas, Justin Zane, DanielSan, Shane Petrovic, Jordan Yates, CJ Cicchini, Brain Cannon ZS, Jenn, Joshie & Rags, Peter, & Brian Watson

This Is Brendone
119: PD Skillz

This Is Brendone

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 81:14


https://linktr.ee/HoldenPro Pro Wrestler & Podcaster PD Skillz Recorded: July 8th, 2021 Find PD on Instagram & Twitter @PDSkillzShow Find The PD Skillz Show Podcast on Spotify or YouTube INTRO SONG: Earthquake - Labrinth ft. Tinie Tempah Sincerely Thank you: stay sane, healthy, safe & I truly appreciate you all. . : !LISTEN - SHARE- ENJOY! : . 1-866-585-0445 - http://ca.portal.gs/ - 24/7 Canadian Mental Health Toll Free Number!!!!! PATREON!!!!! patreon.com/BrendoneC tiktok.com/@holdenpro twitter.com/HoldenPro instagram.com/HoldenPro/ youtube.com/user/Spadez2316 facebook.com/BrendoneCaulfield facebook.com/HoldenAlbright Patrons: Tommy Richardson, Jason Mitchell, Rob Arbic, Uncle Bobby B, Jordan McIlwain, Curtis Rich, Guilmy Talks, Morgan & Mama Thomas, Justin Zane, DanielSan, Shane Petrovic, Jordan Yates, CJ Cicchini, Brain Cannon ZS, Jenn, Joshie & Rags, Peter, & Brian Watson

This Is Brendone
117: Sarah Roberts Smith

This Is Brendone

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 67:07


https://linktr.ee/HoldenPro Mother, Pro Wrestler, Twitch Creator, Author Sarah R Smith A/K/A/ Renva Recorded: June 10th, 2021 Find Sarah on Instagram @SarahRobertsSmith222 & Twitter @Renva15 Find Why She Chose Life on Amazon at https://a.co/d/8V39bxv Find her on Twitch at baristasarah222 YouTube at youtube.com/user/SarahMeles TikTok at @wrestlingmamaofboys INTRO SONG: Earthquake - Labrinth ft. Tinie Tempah Sincerely Thank you: stay sane, healthy, safe & I truly appreciate you all. . : !LISTEN - SHARE- ENJOY! : . 1-866-585-0445 - http://ca.portal.gs/ - 24/7 Canadian Mental Health Toll Free Number!!!!! PATREON!!!!! patreon.com/BrendoneC tiktok.com/@holdenpro twitter.com/HoldenPro instagram.com/HoldenPro/ youtube.com/user/Spadez2316 facebook.com/BrendoneCaulfield facebook.com/HoldenAlbright Patrons: Tommy Richardson, Jason Mitchell, Rob Arbic, Uncle Bobby B, Jordan McIlwain, Curtis Rich, Guilmy Talks, Morgan & Mama Thomas, Justin Zane, DanielSan, Shane Petrovic, Jordan Yates, CJ Cicchini, Brain Cannon ZS, Jenn, Joshie & Rags, Peter, & Brian Watson

This Is Brendone
*EARLY* TIB 116: Positive Mentality July '22 {AUDIO}

This Is Brendone

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 5:28


https://linktr.ee/HoldenPro Monthly short podcast featuring quotes that have motivated me from the past month. Sincerely Thank you, stay sane, healthy, safe & I truly appreciate you all. . : !LISTEN - SHARE- ENJOY! : . 1-866-585-0445 - http://ca.portal.gs/ - 24/7 Canadian Mental Health Toll Free Number!!!!! PATREON!!!!! patreon.com/BrendoneC tiktok.com/@holdenpro twitter.com/HoldenPro instagram.com/HoldenPro/ youtube.com/user/Spadez2316 facebook.com/BrendoneCaulfield facebook.com/HoldenAlbright Patrons: Tommy Richardson, Jason Mitchell, Rob Arbic, Uncle Bobby B, Jordan McIlwain, Curtis Rich, Guilmy Talks, Morgan & Mama Thomas, Justin Zane, DanielSan, Shane Petrovic, Jordan Yates, CJ Cicchini, Brain Cannon ZS, Jenn, Joshie & Rags, Peter, & Brian Watson

This Is Brendone
115: Solo + June '22 Open Lines

This Is Brendone

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 182:43


All these conversations were recorded over Instagram Live I host an IG Live every week with open lines Mondays - 7:15pm @HoldenPro. If you would like to be included in the open lines, join the Patreon, Patreon.com/BrendoneC SONG: INTRO: Bury My Bones - Whiskey Myers OUTRO: My Life Be Like (Ooh-Aah) -Grits Sincerely Thank you, stay sane, healthy, safe & I truly appreciate you all. . : !LISTEN - SHARE- ENJOY! : . PATREON!!!!! patreon.com/BrendoneC GO HARD PRO HOLIDAY Special - youtube.com/watch?v=-XVYExOaz90 twitter & Instagram 1-866-585-0445 - http://ca.portal.gs/ - 24/7 Canadian Mental Health Toll Free Number!!!!! tiktok.com/@holdenpro twitter.com/HoldenPro instagram.com/HoldenPro/ youtube.com/user/Spadez2316 facebook.com/BrendoneCaulfield facebook.com/HoldenAlbright Patrons: Tommy Richardson, Jason Mitchell, Rob Arbic, Uncle Bobby B, Jordan McIlwain, Curtis Rich, Guilmy Talks, Morgan & Mama Thomas, Justin Zane, DanielSan, Shane Petrovic, Jordan Yates, CJ Cicchini, Brain Cannon ZS, Jenn, Joshie & Rags, Peter & Brian Watson

Wait! Did I Roll a Wild?
Crimson Dynamo, Challenger Rules and Special Guest Brian Watson

Wait! Did I Roll a Wild?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 84:06


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West Bridgewater Community Church
Glory through Salvation (Psalm 21)

West Bridgewater Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 44:46


This Is Brendone
114: Positive Mentality June '22

This Is Brendone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 12:08


https://linktr.ee/HoldenPro Monthly short podcast featuring qoutes that have motivated me from the past month. Sincerely Thank you, Stay safe, healthy, sane& I truly appreciate you all. . : !LISTEN - SHARE- ENJOY! : . 1-866-585-0445 - http://ca.portal.gs/ - 24/7 Canadian Mental Health Toll Free Number!!!!! PATREON!!!!! patreon.com/BrendoneC tiktok.com/@holdenpro twitter.com/HoldenPro instagram.com/HoldenPro/ youtube.com/user/Spadez2316 facebook.com/BrendoneCaulfield facebook.com/HoldenAlbright Patrons: Tommy Richardson, Jason Mitchell, Rob Arbic, Uncle Bobby B, Jordan McIlwain, Curtis Rich, Guilmy Talks, Morgan & Mama Thomas, Justin Zane, DanielSan, Shane Petrovic, Jordan Yates, Jordan Hanely, CJ Cicchini, Brain Cannon ZS, Jenn, Joshie & Rags, Peter, & Brian Watson

This Is Brendone
113: Solo + May '22 Open Lines

This Is Brendone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 86:53


All these conversations were recorded over Instagram Live I host an IG Live every week with open lines Mondays - 7:15pm @HoldenPro. If you would like to be included in the open lines, join the Patreon, Patreon.com/BrendoneC SONG: INTRO: Earthquake - Labrinth feat. Tinie Tempah Sincerely Thank you, stay sane, healthy, safe & I truly appreciate you all. . : !LISTEN - SHARE- ENJOY! : . PATREON!!!!! patreon.com/BrendoneC GO HARD PRO HOLIDAY Special - youtube.com/watch?v=-XVYExOaz90 twitter & Instagram 1-866-585-0445 - http://ca.portal.gs/ - 24/7 Canadian Mental Health Toll Free Number!!!!! tiktok.com/@holdenpro twitter.com/HoldenPro instagram.com/HoldenPro/ youtube.com/user/Spadez2316 facebook.com/BrendoneCaulfield facebook.com/HoldenAlbright Patrons: Tommy Richardson, Jason Mitchell, Rob Arbic, Uncle Bobby B, Jordan McIlwain, Curtis Rich, Guilmy Talks, Morgan & Mama Thomas, Justin Zane, DanielSan, Shane Petrovic, Jordan Yates, Jordan Hanely, CJ Cicchini, Brain Cannon ZS, Jenn, Joshie & Rags, Peter, & Brian Watson

Second Adolescence
Ep. 16: Second Adolescence as...the Reunification of Our Romantic and Sexual Selves

Second Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 48:00


This week's episode is writer, Brian Watson (he/him). Brian brought to this conversation his experience growing up as a gay man born in the 1960s, navigating the underground gay hookup scene in the late 70s during the beginning of his sexual awakening, coming out and navigating life as a gay man amongst the aids crisis, and so much more. He has a fascinating personal journey that eventually took him to Japan where much of his Second Adolescence played out and how his Second Adolescence has been about his reunification of between his romantic and sexual selves after he spent his first adolescence divorcing romance and intimacy from sex. This was such a great conversation and I'm excited to invite you into it. About the guest:Brian Watson is currently revising and querying his first memoir, Crying in a Foreign Language: Pink Lady, Fictional Girlfriends, and the Deity that Answered my Plea. Originally from New York State, he lives in the Seattle area after years in Massachusetts, Japan, and British Columbia. His recent essays and a book review have appeared in Brevity's online blog. His essays and book reviews have also appeared in Hippocampus magazine. He is also the author of an upcoming article on marriage equality in the US and Japan for JETs on Japan magazine. He spends his days with his partner/spouse of twenty-nine years, Hiro. Brian lives online at iambrianwatson.com—sign up for his Out of Japan newsletter, a quirky look at Japanese history, culture, and Brian's time in Japan, there and follow him on Twitter @iambrianwatson and on Instagram @iambrianwatson.For more, visit www.secondadolescencepod.com and @secondadolescencepod.Download episode transcript here. 

Being LGBTQ
Episode 240: Brian Watson 'Coming Out, Japan & Finding Love'

Being LGBTQ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 63:30


For our first episode of Pride Month Sam is joined by writer Brian Watson who is currently working on a memoir about his life, including his long journey to being able to marry his partner of 28 years. Brian met his husband Hiro while he was in Japan in the 90's and their relationship blossomed. Also in this episode Brian shares his views on the political situation in the U.S. from mass shootings to anti-LGBTQ legislation. More about Brian - http://www.iambrianwatson.com 

The Big 550 KTRS
ITK With Ray: Brian Watson & Ben Boyher

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 19:22


Sculptors Brian Watson & Ben Boyher join Ray on a Thursday Night in St. Louis!

West Bridgewater Community Church
The Lord Is Righteous (Psalm 11)

West Bridgewater Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 38:07


Brian Watson preached this sermon, on Psalm 11, on March 27, 2022.

West Bridgewater Community Church
He Judges the World with Righteousness (Psalm 9)

West Bridgewater Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 38:14


West Bridgewater Community Church
What Is Man? (Psalm 8)

West Bridgewater Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 43:59


Brian Watson preached this sermon on Psalm 8 on February 27, 2022.

West Bridgewater Community Church
The Lord Judges the Peoples (Psalm 7)

West Bridgewater Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 39:11


David was falsely accused of doing wrong. Swearing his innocence, he asked God to judge everyone–both him and his enemies. What if we were to do that? Would God, who tests our hearts and minds, find us innocent? Brian Watson preached this sermon on February 20, 2022.

West Bridgewater Community Church
Heal Me, O Lord (Psalm 6)

West Bridgewater Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 42:51


In a time of trouble, David pleads with God for healing and salvation. Learn how we can pray in this way when we are troubled. Brian Watson preached this sermon on February 13, 2022.

West Bridgewater Community Church
Be Angry, and Do Not Sin (Psalm 4)

West Bridgewater Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 40:55


The Bible warns us against anger, but not all anger is wrong. Our negative emotions can be used to fuel good works. Brian Watson preached this sermon on January 30, 2022.

West Bridgewater Community Church
Arise, O Lord! (Psalm 3)

West Bridgewater Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 41:34


David, when being hunted by his own son, cried out to God for help. While we may not be running from people who want to kill us, we all struggle in life, and we all can call out to God for help. Brian Watson preached this sermon on January 23, 2022.

Homanity
Ep. 33 - An Accountant with a Gun

Homanity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 50:51


Did you know an IRS Special Agent carries a gun and has brought down some of the most infamous criminals in history? Brian Watson joins Brad and Bree for a conversation on money laundering, tax evasion, fraud and the biggest scams you need to be aware of to protect yourself. It's all about following the money!    

you WHAT?!!
Non-monogamy and/or marriage with Brian Watson : E4

you WHAT?!!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 33:19


Brian is a PhD researcher at the University of British Columbia. Brian Watson shares: - How and why marriage was invented - Examples of successful metamours - What we can all learn from non-monogamous relationships   For more visit: www.youwhatpodcast.com Email your stories and questions to hello@youwhatpodcast.com  

A Strange Arrangement
Ep. 5 - Priyanka Akhilan

A Strange Arrangement

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 18:59


Priyanka Akhilan is an Indian Carnatic Singer living in Canada. She has garnered a large following on TikTok for her videos demonstrating and analyzing Indian Carnatic music.  Because Carnatic music uses a different methodology than Euro-Centric music, we wanted to see how Auld Lang Syne, a Scottish tune, could be interpreted in an Indian Carnatic style.  Can the dignity and essence of Carnatic style, and the origins of Auld Lang Syne, coexist authentically?  Host: Rob McCarthy Art: Daniel Joel Newman Notes: Elisabeth Staal, Brian Watson, Rob Hom

The CIO Whisperers
The Importance of Company Culture - with Shamim Mohammad, EVP, CIO and CTO at CarMax

The CIO Whisperers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 48:40


The car retail industry is an over trillion-dollar marketplace, and CarMax sits comfortably at the top when it comes to used cars. How do they remain successful? According to their Executive Vice President and Chief Information and Technology Officer Shamim Mohammad, it's all about focusing on the customers and bringing integrity and honesty to the industry. When Shamim says “people first,” he doesn't just mean customers. CarMax's employees are at the core of the company's success. In this week's episode, Dan Roberts and Shamim talk about company values, becoming a digital company, and how to remain a successful company for decades to come. Plus, get inside details on the inner workings of CarMax and how they continue to innovate.Listen to the end as David Alexander captures the brilliance of Peter High and Brian Watson for the Thought Leadership Moment!Credits:Guest - Shamim MohammadHost - Dan RobertsCo-Host - David AlexanderProduced and distributed by - Social OriginJoin the Tech4Good Movement! Would you like to underwrite a scholarship to the TechLX leadership program for your favorite non-profit? Join the movement by contacting Amanda Smith at asmith@ouellette-online.com.