This is a feel - good comeback story in several ways. My friend David Castro dealt with mental health issues in his early adulthood like so many of us, and ended up homeless, unemployed, and unemployable. But with a perserverance that he didn't even know he had, David fought his way back to being a productive member of society and then took up ultra running. This year David was one of only 12 people to complete the Badwater Ultra Cup, completing all 3 Badwater races. This was also a comeback in itself after David had a DNF at BW 135 in 2022. Check out David's Project 368 on Youtube. See link below.https://youtu.be/kGqV4ZV59l4?si=Ss25MXWY2d0lKrPS
TST Episode 63: Katie Sullivan is not pumping the brakes Katie Sullivan, as a second-year student at the University of Virginia, has infused her love of bridge with her college experience, starting an officially recognized student organization and recruiting other college kids into competitive bridge. Hear about her meteoric rise in the game and her plans for UVA world domination. 3:47 “Chalk it up” – how creative marketing got Katie needed contacts to create a bridge club. 10:50 Obtaining CIO status and how the club fair was a game-changer. 12:26 Trumpet players and bridge. Who knew? 17:09 Hoos Playing Bridge on Instagram. 18:50 Trying to teach the fundamentals, struggling with supplies. Creating slide presentations. 28:21 A shout-out to any UVA alumni who might want to help. Many students have branched out to playing sanctioned events at clubs. Katie is proud. 32:51 Katie, in her first year of college at Amherst, meets Michael Xu. 38:41 Recovering from a painful misbid by partner. 49:06 After success at the World Youth Teams Championships, Katie plans to get “seriously serious.” 53:40 Loving the postmortem. 1:05 Katie encourages all youth bridge players to plan on attending UVA when it's time for college. Katie's article on Bridge Winners about starting a bridge club at college. Hoos Playing Bridge on Instagram. Katie's first BW post: a love letter. Katie in the New Orleans NABC Daily Bulletin. Like cards? Play bridge!
Watch this week's full bonus episode "WAGE SLAVERY" with Professor Odi by joining the channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/WavingtheRedFlag/join or on Patreon at https://patreon.com/wavingtheredflag Ep 187 | @professor_odi came through to talk 0:00 Preview 3:16 dating female bums 8:15 DJ Envy vs Tyrese 9:44 holding people accountable for out of character behavior 15:58 checking on your people when they act out of character 24:43 BRICK ATTACK27:42 What does Protecting Black women look like?31:40 "Justifying" violence against Black women 33:46 The motivation behind acid attacks 39:21 debunking the bystander effect 43:48 why it's hard to have a conversation about men's issues47:58 EQUAL RIGHTS EQUAL LEFTS 57:27 similarities between BW and WM. Watch Professor Odi @professor_odi Follow Professor Odi: https://www.instagram.com/professor.odi/reels/ https://firstname.lastname@example.org Follow at https://instagram.com/wavingtheredflag Follow at https://twitter.com/wavintheredflag Follow at https://www.tiktok.com/@wavingtheredflagpodcast
Rod Gibson, former MS State player and current Director Of Football Recruiting Communication joins the show. Rod has worked under Coaches Dan Mullen, Joe Moorehead, Mike Leach, and Zach Arnett. He talks about some of his favorite memories as a player in the late 90's and what it has been like working as a recruiter the last several years. He discusses what type of player the program is looking like as a whole and how it changes from coach to coach. Then Johnny and BW preview the upcoming Arizona game. Don't forget to support the show by ordering fresh coffee from us at Johnnypacker.netSupport the show
Just Kickin it is back with the biggest Arsenal fan this side of the Atlantic ocean BW. We discuss the 2023-24 Champions League group draw, Manchester United vs. Arsenal this weekend, Chelsea's rebuilding, and how Messi is taking over the MLS. email the show at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Hit the Voicemail at 641-715-3900 Ext. 769558 Follow Just Kickin It Soccer Podcast on IG: https://bit.ly/3atEPlg Join the Just Kickin It Discussion Group on Discord https://discord.gg/t4AYH2D8 Follow SOLC Network online Instagram: https://bit.ly/39VL542 Twitter: https://bit.ly/39aL395 Facebook: https://bit.ly/3sQn7je To Listen to the podcast Podbean https://bit.ly/3t7SDJH YouTube http://bit.ly/3ouZqJU Spotify http://spoti.fi/3pwZZnJ Apple http://apple.co/39rwjD1 Stitcher http://bit.ly/3puGQ5P IHeartRadio http://ihr.fm/2L0A2y1
The Bulldogs welcome Southeast Louisiana into Starkville this weekend to open the season. Johnny and BW preview the game and give a few suggestions for some new restaurants around Starkville.If you are interested in joining our annual Pick 'Em contest follow this link.https://football.fantasysports.yahoo.com/college/register/joingroup?guccounter=1Go to Join Private GroupGroup ID: 8186Password: JohnnyDon't forget to support the show by ordering fresh coffee from us at Johnnypacker.netSupport the show
Aaannnddd the list grows longer on #peoplewecantlistentoanymore. What is wrong with people? The more we look, it seems the fewer "artists'" work we can support, Die Antwoord being the latest. Of course, they have some pretty catchy songs, ugh. But that doesn't mean that they aren't terrible people, they are, and we've taken them off of our playlists now.This week, Ali talks about Die Antwoord, an alternative hip hop duo out of Cape Town, South Africa. Partners on stage and in life and sickness, Watkin Tudor “Ninja” Jones and Anri “Yolandi Vassir” du Toit, have been accused by several people, including their adopted son, Gabriel “Tokkie” du Preez, of sexual abuse. Tokkie came forward to expose the physical and sexual abuse perpetrated on him by Ninja and Yolandi, and how they essentially adopted him to make him a slave.This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Start your mental health journey today and give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/thatsso. Using our code will get you 10% off of your first month!-We'd love to see you in our Discord, come hang out!-We have super fun merch, go take a look!-Follow us on Instagram and Twitter!-Research assistance by Kesha Epperson.-Audio editing by Shay Jewett.-Sources:https://www.thefader.com/2022/06/29/danny-brown-accuses-die-antwoords-ninja-of-sexual-assaulthttps://www.joburg.org.za/play_/Pages/Play%20in%20Joburg/Culture%20and%20Heritage/Links/Life-behind-the-scars-of-Fietas.aspxhttps://www.lemonde.fr/en/le-monde-afrique/article/2022/05/09/south-african-rap-duo-die-antwoord-accused-of-sexual-abuse-by-their-adopted-son_5982935_12.htmlhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Die_Antwoordhttps://ewn.co.za/2019/09/16/die-antwoord-s-ninja-dismisses-sexual-assault-claims-as-unsubstantiatedhttps://www.nme.com/news/music/die-antwoord-removed-festivals-homophobic-attack-hercules-love-affair-andy-butler-2539949https://tonedeaf.thebrag.com/zheani-die-antwoord-ninja/https://youtu.be/YenOVzUonFAhttps://youtu.be/_WZlITmw1u4https://youtu.be/BW-c1_iQu3oThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4523794/advertisement
Peter Burns joins the show to talk about his expectations for MS State Football this year. He also makes some early predictions about how he thinks the SEC will play out this year. After that Johnny and BW make predictions about how they think the MS State Football will do this year.To support our mission you can purchase fresh roasted coffee from us at http://www.johnnypacker.net where a portion of the proceeds will go directly to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in honor of Johnny and his lifelong fight with CF. Support the show
What are your top choice venues and cities to see a show? In this week's teeny mini episode, the Wives brave home renovations and rough wifi service to answer a listener's question about their favorite venues. From Minnesota to Portland, Santa Cruz to NYC, there are so many fabulous spots to catch a show...and surrounding neighborhoods to find good eats and reads before you go. Tune in for Misha and Chondra's six picks, oh and please don't mind the super rough audio. Consider it a throwback to the early days of BW!
After our rebirth, we are back with a new season of BW. This episode is a nice little catchup with Nextwavez (Sonny Bishop) who we interviewed earlier on BW. Keep being awesome whanau. Peace and love y'all! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beatwhanau/message
Carrying on with our second season of BW (lots more quick check-ins coming up in this season). For episode #81 we're joined back with our man Shane Walker. Peace, love and blessings y'all. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beatwhanau/message
Questions around eating protein and carbs may sound basic however it's key you get it right! Interestingly the two of the most common questions we receive from listeners are: 1. How do I eat enough protein?2. What should my carb intake be?Join us today as a refresher on these two important macronutrients.If you have any questions you would like us to answer/discuss in this space then please get in touch with us at email@example.com.A BIG thank you to our Show Sponsor AMAZING JANE ACTIVE WEAR. Please use discount code RHH10 for 10% off ALL purchases at www.amazingjane.com SHOW NOTES (05:20) Why is protein important for a mid-life female runner? When we exercise, muscle tissue breaks down and then the body activates muscle protein synthesis (MPS) to repair muscle.The ratio of MPS to MPB (breakdown) determines whether muscle tissues are built or lost. If MPS is higher than MP Breakdown, muscle growth is achieved. If MPB is higher than MPS, the opposite occurs. When we eat protein, it's digested and broken down into amino acids which are used for many functions including muscle rebuilding. (06:25)How much protein should mid-life women eat on a daily basis? Midlife women have specific requirements for protein intake. Research indicates that protein intake for women in this group is between 1.2g – 1.6g/kg/BW per day.We may not digest and absorb protein optimally as we age and ageing skeletal muscle has a reduced ability to respond to amino acid levels so that's why we require to consume more protein daily than younger women.As an example for a woman weighing 70kg – her daily protein requirements would be between 84g – 112g of protein per day.If you don't want to calculate your protein intake per day in grams then an easy approach is to have ¼ plate of protein at every meal so 3 times per day plus protein based snacks. (07:37) Should you eat all your protein in one meal or spread it across the day?There is conflicting research regarding whether there are benefits to spreading protein intake across the day or eating all your protein in one meal.Our view is it's best to spread your protein across your meals and some snacks, we feel that digestion will be more effective in this way and as we know it'll also support blood sugar balance and therefore even energy levels and body composition too.OUR MANTRA is to eat protein with every meal or snack not only to promote MPS but also to manage blood sugar as protein slows down the absorption of glucose into the bloodstream. The key is to be consistent. Personally I'd never have a meal that didn't include protein. (10:35) An example of daily protein intake is you're an omnivore like Aileen. (11:28)An example of daily protein intake is you're an vegetarian like Karen. (12:48)Plant based protein sources for vegans. (15:11)Are you ready to move away from DIY nutrition to personalised nutrition? Book a complimentary work with us call to find out more about our personalised nutrition programmes. (17:21)What should my carb intake be? (18:05)An...
We're sharpening our knives with the crew of the Revenge and discovering how Brian Cox is able to empathise with unsympathetic characters. Actor and trained fencer, Vico Ortiz tells BW + BL how tending bar helped them master knife spinning in two weeks in order to play Jim, a non-binary, knife throwing pirate in Our Flag Means Death, a queer normative rom com based on the real life pirates Blackbeard and the Gentleman Pirate. And Brian Cox shares how he finds his motivation to play unsympathetic (terrible) characters on stage and screen. Brian spoke to BW in 2022 ahead of an Australian book tour.
We're gasping at the end of Harry and Meghan's Spotify deal, checking in on the Hollywood writers strike and worried about Miranda on And Just Like That. Following news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's $20 million content deal with Spotify has ended after just one season of a podcast, senior executive and podcaster Bill Simmons lashed the couple as "f**king grifters." Is this fair? Screenwriter and playwright Anchuli Felicia King gives an update on the WGA writers strike, which has brought US television production to a standstill for nearly two months. AFK is a writer on HBO's adaptation of Viet Thanh Nguyen's Pulitzer-prize winning novel, The Sympathiser starring Robert Downey Jr and Sandra Oh. And — it's another chaotic week for TV reviews as (spoiler alert) BW and BL take apart the first two episodes of season two of And Just Like That.
BW shares the exciting news that he has found a new coffee roaster and Johnny Packer Coffee is back. Be sure to visit our new website HERE. When you get to checkout put the discount code JOHNNY in to save 10%. This is our primary way to raise money to support the Cystic Fibrosis foundation so please consider trying some today. Johnny also talks about his trip to Chicago to see Dead and Co and we close by talking a little about the College World Series.Johnnypacker.netSupport the show
We're spending time with disability inclusion advocate Sinéad Burke and trying to forget the first two episodes of HBO's The Idol. How did Sinéad Burke go from teen fashion blogger to two-time British Vogue cover model with over 200,000 instagram followers? Sinéad shares her story with Stop Everything! and talks about why inclusive design is important to everyone. And why is HBO's The Idol, starring Lily-Rose Depp, co-created by The Weeknd and Euphoria's Sam Levinson, making us want to claw our faces? BW and BL discuss the punishing first two episodes of the much-discussed series.
We're finally back in the park! Water skiers, sludge ponds, rangoons, texting from the BW and starting a trip with 12% barleywines. Join us. Subscribe: Patreon Spotify iTunes YouTube Stitcher Google Play Soundcloud Subreddit Contact: The Answering Machine: (218) 481-0649 firstname.lastname@example.org
Adam Grosser is an engineer and an entrepreneur with a love of craft. His passion is building things in and around mobility, like cars, motorcycles, and hydrofoils. For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/adam-grosser-engineer/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools
Joining Living the Dream Outdoor Podcast Hosts Bill Cooper and Hunter Hindman as they discuss Hunter's bear hunt in Oregon, and turkey season wrap-up . In Segment 2 they tell a few bass fishing stories and provide some solid bass fishing tips as well. It's a fun show. Bw sure to gtune in on your favorite social media platform.
B learns to enjoy eating the mic. Pickleball fever. Summer in the BW has arrived, and our lawns have never looked greener. These kids don't know how good they've got it. Coach Ray drops in for a visit and gives his thoughts on his journey with the Blue Wave. A near crisis at the concessions stand. The BW Dads take swim meet comms to the next level.
In this episode, guest host Herb (fellow language learner and all around good guy) joins us for a discussion of food and summer travel. In this elementary level lesson, we learn how to say "Signature Dishes" as well as talk about some classic Chinese dishes. Vocabulary: 1. 暑假 (Shǔjià) – Summer Vacation 2. 一段时间 (Yīduàn shíjiān) - For a while 3. 好几年 (Hǎo jǐ nián) – Several Years 4. 推荐 (Tuījiàn) -- To Recommend 5. 餐馆 (Cānguǎn) - Restaurant(s) 6. 出名 (Chūmíng) – Well-known, famous 7. 楼外楼 (Lóu wài lóu) - is a traditional restaurant in Hangzhou, China, located on Gushan in the middle of the West Lake. Established in the Qing dynasty (1848), it has been named a "China Time-honored Brand" by the Chinese government. 8. 西湖醋鱼 (Xīhú cù yú) West Lake Fish w/Vinegar Sauce 9. 东坡肉 (Dōng pō ròu) Dong Po Pork 10. 招牌菜 (Zhāopái cài) Signature Dish(es) 11. 一道菜 (Yīdào cài) a dish 12. 逛 (Guàng) to stroll, ramble, roam, go for a walk 13. 西湖 (Xīhú) West Lake Dialogue: A: 今年暑假，你有什么打算？ Jīnnián shǔjià, nǐ yǒu shén me dǎsuàn? What are your plans for summer vacation? B：我打算和父母一起去苏州，杭州旅行一段时间。 Wǒ dǎsuàn hé fùmǔ yīqǐ qù Sūzhōu, Hángzhōu lǚxíng yīduàn shíjiān. I'm planning to travel with my parents to Hangzhou and Suzhou for a little while. A. 真的吗？我对杭州非常熟悉。 我在那里待了好几年呢。 Zhēn de ma? Wǒ duì hángzhōu fēicháng shúxī. Wǒ zài nàlǐ dàile hǎojǐ nián ne. Really? I'm very familiar with Hangzhou. I stayed there for a few years. B：是吗？那你可不可以推荐一些好吃的餐馆和好玩的地方呢？ Shì ma? Nà nǐ kěbùkěyǐ tuījiàn yīxiē hǎo chī de cānguǎn hé hǎo wán dì dìfāng ne? Really? So can you recommend some good restaurants and fun places to visit? A：说到餐馆，最出名的就是楼外楼了。西湖醋鱼和东坡肉是他们的招牌菜。非吃不可！ 杭州最出名的茶叶是西湖龙井，甚至有一道菜叫龙井虾仁，就是由茶叶做出来的。 Shuō dào cānguǎn, zuì chūmíng de jiùshì Lóu Wài Lóu le. Xīhú Cù Yú hé Dōng Pō Ròu shì tāmen de zhāopái cài. Fēi chī bù kě! Hángzhōu zuì chūmíng de cháyè shì Xīhú Lóngjǐng, shènzhì yǒu yīdào cài jiào Lóngjǐng Xiārén, jiùshì yóu cháyè zuò chūlái de. When it comes to restaurants, Louwailou is the most famous one. West Lake Vinegar Fish and Dongpo Pork are their signature dishes. They are an absolute must try! The most well-known tea in Hangzhou is West Lake Longjing. There is even a dish called Longjing Shrimp, which is made from tea. B：太好了！我最喜欢喝茶了。看来我们去杭州的时候，一定不能错过这家餐馆呢！那。。玩儿的呢？ Tài hǎole! Wǒ zuì xǐhuān hē chále. Kàn lái wǒmen qù hángzhōu de shíhòu, yīdìng bùnéng cuòguò zhè jiā cānguǎn ne! Nà.. Wán er de ne? A:当然就是逛西湖了！Dāngrán jiùshì guàng Xīhúle! You have to take a stroll around West Lake!
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We're talking happily-ever-after stories with Halle Bailey and Melissa McCarthy, stars of Disney's The Little Mermaid, and Julia Quinn, author of the Bridgerton romance novels. Disney's live action remake of its animated classic The Little Mermaid is campy and entertaining, but why this story again, and why now? Ben puts the question to Halle, who plays Ariel, and Melissa, who plays Ursula. With its multiracial (and hot) casting and steamy sex scenes, Julia Quinn's Bridgerton series found new and enthusiastic audiences via Shondalands's hit screen adaptations for Netflix. BW and Rudi Bremer talk to Julia about collaborating with Shonda Rhimes on the new Queen Charlotte series and novels, and what she's learned about writing non white and queer characters.
BW battled it out for goatdom and there is a heavyweight clash going on this weekend in Charlotte(!!!!) Plus fights have been confirmed for international fight week! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nonamemmashow/support
Patrik Reizinger is a Ph.D. student in machine learning at the University of Tübingen and part of the ELLIS and IMPRS-IS doctoral programs. He holds a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in electrical engineering from the Budapest University of Technology, where he specialized in control engineering and intelligent systems. His main research interests include designing AI that can understand cause-effect relationships. In his free time, he tries to decrypt sustainable strategies for earning a Ph.D., which he summarizes in his newsletter, The Path to PhD. For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/patrik-reizinger-doctoral-researcher-in-machine-learning/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools
We kick off this episode covering a lot of ground... The O's lost their MASEN case but are looking great at a team with big wins early in the season, The Ravens secured their QB for another 5 seasons with the highest salary in NFL history, Mookie Betts takes to Shortstop like a fish to water, Beck Hammon has a head coach interview with the Toronto Raptors, Dan Prete has left has the BW boys basketball coach leaving the future of the program in uncertain times, and the community mourns the loss of Speaker Casper "Cas" Taylor.
About Brandon Wernli and BW Events Tech: Founder of BW Events Tech, one of the fastest-growing event technology solutions and consulting organizations with vast global reach. The team has won several awards including «Best Digital Agency», «Best Event Technician» and «Best Founder» in 2022. Brandon has been instrumental in overseeing the technology deployment and strategy for many of the leading Fortune 500 organizations. He offers over 17 years of event technology experience, deploying solutions involving an array of registration platforms, BI tools, analytics, integrations and more. Experienced Technology Consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Strong operations professional skilled in Sales, Enterprise Software, Entrepreneurship, Agile Methodologies, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Worked with dozens of big brand organizations to guide the event tech stack, including Google, DocuSign, Cisco, Hilton, DXC, McKesson, and more! Over the past decade, BW Events has consulted agencies, event planners, and program managers on their event technology needs. Visit with us and learn how BW has created industry disruption within events. Whether you are planning a virtual or in-person event, our professionals will carefully assess your needs, offer recommended solutions and cover any or all of the following services: technology architecture, technical project management, event design, configuration, QA, integrations, load testing, contact center support, and analytics. Does your event have unique needs or a tight budget? We can help align the right technology solutions for your event. BW Events Tech is a platform agnostic group who can consult, architect, configure and support your event tech stack. We offer vendor management and vendor negotiation services to ensure you are getting the best prices for your needs. If a vendor solution isn't cutting, allow us to help design a custom solution that better fits your needs! For more than a decade BW Events Tech has consulted agencies, event planners and program managers on their event technology.
Robert Edwards is an inventor, landlord, and avid renovator of historic properties. When he's not busy trying to tame his three young boys, you can find him in his workshop, tinkering away on his latest inventions. He has experience in wastewater treatment, mining, CNC machining, welding, and mold making/casting. Whether he's creating a new tool, or breathing new life into an old building, Robert is a true maker at heart. You can find Robert on Instagram @drone.pirate.robert. For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/robert-edwards-inventor/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools
Neale has a bad case of flight wind and Kev is saving £1 a week for the rest of his life so he can afford Leica's new Monochrom camera, whilst wishing and hoping that Fujifilm may at last release their own dedicated BW-only camera, especially now that even Pentax have launched theirs! One thing is for sure, both our boys are lamenting the closure of DPReview. Questions today on sharpening; to sharpen or not to sharpen, switching from a DLSR with an optical viewfinder to an electronic viewfinder in a Fujifilm mirrorless, building a new portfolio, working for free, removing pictures of those who have passed from online portfolios, shooting tethered with Fujifilm cameras, wonky frozen sub monitors and more. Our guest this week, visiting us for the first of two editions, is London-based street and travel photographer, Mr. Whisper. Pic Time: https://www.pic-time.com/ - use FUJICAST when creating an account for discount offers to apply The showpage: https://www.fujicast.co.uk/episodes/episode-244 Kevin Mullins: https://www.kevinmullinsphotography.co.uk Neale James: https://www.nealejames.com Loading Zone podcast productions: https://www.loadingzone.co.uk Leica's new M11 camera: https://leica-camera.com/en-GB/discover-leica-m11-monochrom An update to DPReview's closure news: https://www.dpreview.com/news/0507902613/dpreview-closure-an-update The new Pentax K-3 Monochrome camera: https://news.ricoh-imaging.co.jp/rim_info2/2023/20230413_038349.html Neale's 365 feature: https://www.nealejames.com/365-journal Matt Stuart's website featuring the ‘famous leaf picture”: https://www.mattstuart.com/ Jason Evans' Daily Nice website: http://www.thedailynice.com/ Chris Orange's food portfolio: https://www.chrisorangephotography.com/My-work/Clients/Food-Industry/ Photoshop and Lightroom tethered plugin for Fujifilm: https://fujifilm-x.com/global/products/software/adobe-photoshop-lightroom-tether-plugin/ Em and Woz wedding photographers: https://emwoz.co/ Mr.Whisper's website: https://www.mrwhisperstudios.com/ Allister Freeman's website: https://www.allisterfreeman.co.uk/ Jeff Ascough's street work: https://jeffascough.com/
Tristan Duke is transdisciplinary artist known for synthesizing methodologies from disparate fields to create startling inventions, sublime aesthetic experiences, and new modes of inquiry. He is the inventor of the hologram vinyl record ¬and has created original hologram artwork for albums and soundtrack releases ranging from Jack White and Guns ‘n Roses to Star Wars. He is Co-founder of the Optics Division a collective devoted to recontextualizing photography as a land-based medium and social practice. He has lectured widely, including at the MIT Media Lab, Getty Museum, the de Young Museum, the Exploratorium, and others. His work has been exhibited internationally including: The 59th Venice Biennale Collateral Exhibition; Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA); The Exploratorium, DePaul Art Museum, The George Eastman Museum; Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA); Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MoCAD); Les Rencontres d'Arles; and the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum. You can find Tristan on Instagram @duke_tristan. Website: https://www.tristanduke.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/duke_tristan/ For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/tristan-duke-transdisciplinary-artist-part-2/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools
Tristan Duke is transdisciplinary artist known for synthesizing methodologies from disparate fields to create startling inventions, sublime aesthetic experiences, and new modes of inquiry. He is the inventor of the hologram vinyl record ¬and has created original hologram artwork for albums and soundtrack releases ranging from Jack White and Guns ‘n Roses to Star Wars. He is Co-founder of the Optics Division a collective devoted to recontextualizing photography as a land-based medium and social practice. He has lectured widely, including at the MIT Media Lab, Getty Museum, the de Young Museum, the Exploratorium, and others. His work has been exhibited internationally including: The 59th Venice Biennale Collateral Exhibition; Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA); The Exploratorium, DePaul Art Museum, The George Eastman Museum; Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA); Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MoCAD); Les Rencontres d'Arles; and the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum. You can find Tristan on Instagram @duke_tristan. Website: https://www.tristanduke.com For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/tristan-duketransdisciplinary-artist-part-1/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools
Yes! You are in! BW is back! And I must confess, I'm guilty of this. Coming with rules vs. leading with love. I can be a hypocrite. Hey, if something does need to be corrected, then we are commanded to do it in a loving way, check James 5: 19-20. For we are all flawed, Rom 3:23. So anyone wishing to correct you is also flawed. Hence we all need Rom 8:1. Intrigued? Here is the latest from Brother Willie...
Known for his camera work on films like "The Shawshank Redemption," "No Country for Old Men," "Blade Runner 2049," and "1917," Deakins is also, as his book "Byways" makes clear, a brilliant and perceptive B&W photographer.
John O'Brien is a maker, tinkerer, and father of two. He and his wife founded Revolution Makerspace in 2022. Website: revolutionmakerspace.com For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/john-obrien-revolution-makerspace/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools
A Maine educator for more than 33 years, Keith Kelley is currently teaching Integrated Technology. Having taught Language Arts, Social Studies and serving as the School Librarian, he is now teaching IT at Nokomis Regional Middle School. His students make Robots, Skateboards, 3D print, and build Guitars. He earned his Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Education at UMaine. He has coached soccer, track and various tech camps. In his free time he enjoys riding around in his classic mustang with his wife and dogs. For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/keith-kelley-integrated-technology-teacher/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools
Welcome to the NFT Jungle is a podcast dedicated to NFTs as well as navigating the NFT space so that you can be equipped to make good decisions in this crazy world of NFTs! ❤️ Welcome To The NFT Jungle is the OFFICIAL podcast for “MetaJungle”. The MetaJungle team is developing platform tools to make your NFT experiences better. Join the MetaJungle Discord for free access to information, tools, and resources that will make your NFT collecting a success!
Matt Candler has been scaling companies and coaching people who lead them for 25 years. In 2010, he launched an organization called 4.0 to help entrepreneurs build better learning spaces and tools. More than 1,500 4.0 alumni now serve millions of families across the US. Matt's been into electrification for 17 years. He started building electric motorcycles in 2006, mostly as a scheme to justify buying new tools; his bikes have been on TV shows like Ride with Norman Reedus and in books on the future of transport like The Current. In 2019, he began serving as an an advisor to B2U Storage Solutions, operator of the largest second-life electric car battery power plant in the USA. In 2021, he helped start one of the largest micro-grid projects in the US, Together New Orleans' Community Lighthouse, where 85 houses of faith and non-profits will be equipped with solar and energy storage. Matt helps people switch to electric vehicles and appliances at My Next Electric. For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/matt-candler-founder-of-my-next-electric/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools To sign up to be a guest on the show, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/qc496XB6bGbrAEKK7
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Episode 271Show Notes Topic of the show: What type of decision making and planning is involved when a controller takes decisive action to run a squeeze play? What is a squeeze play? Why is the anatomy of a squeeze play important when evaluating a given traffic scenario? This week's show answers all those questions and dives deep into the parts of air traffic you don't hear on the news. As always, we keep things general and hope our listeners learn something to be better users of the NAS. Timely Feedback: 1. SGAC Patron SE shares some more insight into a unique and challenging missed approach procedure. 2. Patron BS loved our episode last week and shares some thoughts on reading the room. 3. SGAC Patron MS and BW share audio with local perspective on the previously discussed missed approach. Feedback 1. Patron AD asks about supersonic flight at TRIAD. 2. Patron MC asks UHF vs VFH and using slang on the radio to identify a tower. 3. Patron BG asks about the printers and Class Bravo clips, for a friend of course Mentioned on the show: The Cirrus Owners & Pilots Association (affectionately known as COPA) is a non-profit global organization made up of over 6,300 pilots, enthusiasts, and industry insiders. The mission of COPA is to educate, promote the safety of, and support the owners, pilots, and those interested in aircraft manufactured by Cirrus. We encourage ownership, promote goodwill toward the general aviation community, and to provide social & safety activities for its Members. There are a number of benefits of being a COPA Member, these include: - COPA Pilot Magazine – 12 Monthly issues a year covering all things Cirrus and COPA. From travel, maintenance, instruction, equipment reviews and more. - COPA Forums – Millions of Post on various topics - COPA Pilot Proficiency Program (CPPP) - Check out the website for more details on this program. - COPA Events – Annual Migration, regional gatherings - Critical Decision-Making courses - Partner-in-Command seminars - COPA Member Advantage Program – Discount program To find out more about COPA, Check out our website https://www.cirruspilots.org/ Have a great week and thanks for listening! Visit our website at OpposingBases.com You can support our show using Patreon or visiting our support page on the website. Keep the feedback coming, it drives the show! Don't be shy, use the “Send Audio to AG and RH” button on the website and record an audio message. Or you can send us comments or questions to email@example.com. Find us on twitter @opposing_bases. Music by audionautix.com. Third party audio provided by liveatc.net. Friends of the show and maker of bags to protect your ATC headset from dust and germs: ATCSaks.com. Keep the gunk and funk away from your most valuable pilot gear: https://pilotsaks.com/. Legal Notice The hosts of Opposing Bases Air Traffic Talk podcast are speaking on behalf of Opposing Bases, LLC. Opposing Bases, LLC does not represent the Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation, or the National Air Traffic Controllers Association. All opinions expressed in the show are for entertainment purposes only. There is no nexus between Opposing Bases, LLC and the FAA or NATCA. All episodes are the property of Opposing Bases, LLC and shall not be recorded or transcribed without express written consent. For official guidance on laws and regulations, refer to your local Flight Standards District Office or Certified Flight Instructor. Opposing Bases, LLC offers this podcast to promote aviation safety and enhance the knowledge of its listeners but makes no guarantees to listeners regarding accuracy or legal applications.
Sam McDonald is a tech enthusiast. Originally from Ireland he has lived in Berlin for almost a decade now. In that time he has worked at a range of startups and currently works as a Technical Writer. An amateur coder, Sam always has multiple projects on the backburner. You can find Sam on Twitter @wsmcd. For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/sam-mcdonald-technical-writer/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools
Omri and Mac discuss toughness. https://theprogram.org/our-team/ Operation Spartan Shield Situation: You are operating in 2 man sniper/spotter teams near Karbala, Iraq. Intel has identified an IED-making factory inside the city. The exact location is unknown Mission Two-man sniper teams will insert covertly at various points in the city. When locating the target, teams will neutralize with precision fire or air assets. Expect resistance. Teams will extract via hello at SAR 2. Don't be late. Executed as a two-person team Insert 4 Rounds Sideline to Sideline Plank Push 11 Warfighters Actions on Obj Teammate 1 101 yd burpee broad jump Teammate 2 5 rounds 10 Kaiser Belt Squats @ 1.25 BW 20 KB Swings Switch when both partners are done Extract 202 yd teammate carry (buddy drag, fireman carry, etc., Switch as needed) Escape and Evade If any team finishes more than 10 mins behind, lead team 101 yd low crawl w/ sandbag * For the Plank Push, we used a 2×8. 2 teammates get in the bear crawl position with their hands on the Plank and push it across the field. Sideline to sideline = 53 Yds You can sub regular barbell squats w BW on the bar for Kaiser Belt Squats
As one of the writers of The Carbon Almanac, Paige NeJame wrote the "climate change for rookies" section as well as the free kid's book "Generation Carbon it's time to start." Her motto is "the right tool makes work a dream." She blogs about small business at Paigespage.net and has been a small business owner for 26 years. For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/paige-nejame-writer/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools
Gregory Crewdson's photographs have entered the American visual lexicon, taking their place alongside the paintings of Edward Hopper and the films of Alfred Hitchcock and David Lynch as indelible evocations of a silent psychological interzone between the everyday and the uncanny. Often working with a large team, Crewdson typically plans each image with meticulous attention to detail, orchestrating light, color, and production design to conjure dreamlike scenes infused with mystery and suspense. While the small-town settings of many of Crewdson's images are broadly familiar, he is careful to avoid signifiers of identifiable sites and moments, establishing a world outside time.Born in Brooklyn, New York, Crewdson is a graduate of SUNY Purchase and the Yale University School of Art, where he is now director of graduate studies in photography. He lives and works in New York and Massachusetts. In a career spanning more than three decades, he has produced a succession of widely acclaimed bodies of work, from Natural Wonder (1992–97) to Cathedral of the Pines (2013–14). Beneath the Roses (2003–08), a series of pictures that took nearly ten years to complete—and which employed a crew of more than one hundred people—was the subject of the 2012 feature documentary Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters, by Ben Shapiro.Crewdson's emblematic series Twilight (1998–2002) ushers the viewer into a nocturnal arena of alienation and desire that is at once forbidding and darkly magnetic. In these lush photographs, the elements intervene unexpectedly and alarmingly into suburban domestic space. Crewdson's psychological realism is tempered in these images by their heightened theatricality, while themes of memory and imagination, the banal and the fantastic, function in concert with a narrative of pain and redemption that runs through American history and its picturing.Cathedral of the Pines, which was first exhibited at Gagosian in New York in 2016, depicts unnamed figures situated in the forests around the town of Becket, Massachusetts. In scenes that evoke nineteenth-century American and European history paintings, the works' subjects appear traumatized by mysterious events or suspended in a fugue state. Working with a small crew to maintain an intimate and immediate atmosphere, the artist also used people close to him as models. But even once we know who “plays” the protagonists, their actions remain cryptic and their relationships unclear. “There are no answers here,” states the artist, “only questions.” The 2018–19 series An Eclipse of Moths is set amid down-at-heel postindustrial locations including an abandoned factory and a disused taxi depot. They serve as backdrops for Crewdson's enigmatic dramas of decay and potential rebirth.Gregory's most recent body of work, Eveningside (2021-2022), was shot in B&W and formed the centrepiece of a retrospective trilogy of work, alongside Cathedral of the Pines and An Eclipse of Moths, in a major exhibition at Galerie D'Italia in Turin from October 2022 until January 2023. A older series called Fireflies (1996) was also included as ‘both connective tissue and counterpoint…'. A book, also entitled Eveningside, was published to accompany the show. On episode 198, Gregory discusses, among other things:The three phases of his creative processWhy he chose B&W for EveningsideHis transition from film to digitalThe abiding themes in his workHow every artist has one story to tellFalling in love with photography from day oneHis love of moviesThe significance of nudity in his workAllowing for ‘a certain kind of unexpected beauty and mystery' to come out of the processWindowsNever being quite satisfied with the resultsThe relationship between true beauty and sadnessThe act of making a picture being an act of seperation from the worldThe way in which the subjects of his work always seem disconnected and alone…And how that references the act of making the picture.ReferencedThe Night of the HunterThe Last Picture ShowMankRomaRick SandsLaurie Simmonds Gallery | Instagram“I've said many times, I feel like every artist has one story to tell and that central story is told through an artists lifetime, and when you come of age in your early twenties you're confronted with movies and artwork that you love or you hate and you're defined in a certain way as a kind of aesthetic being, and then you spend your life sort of working out those things, and trying to find yourself within that frame of influences.”
The All Things Testosterone podcast is a product of the TRT Community. We are the world's largest online support system for men and women undergoing Testosterone Replacement Therapy, or "Patients Helping Patients." Join our FREE Facebook group below! On today's episode we discuss the following: Semaglutide (Wegovy) and Tirzepatide (Mounjaro) TRT Mental Health Benefits Anxiety TRT Community Post - I posted this short blog, about weight loss drugs in the TRT Community Facebook group. The first sentence was something like, "Losing weight can be an incredibly difficult endeavor…" A fellow responded and informed me that losing weight is not difficult and a conversation ensued. Just because something has a step process you can follow, doesn't make it easy. I could rebuild a transmission with the proper instructions, but there's a reason specialty shops exist. Have you ever had a pack of clutch plates laying on a work bench??? Topic One: Semaglutide & Tirzepitide Semaglutide - it's sold as Ozempic and Rybelsus for DM treatment and Wegovy for weight loss. Brain uses hormones to regulate functions, including digestion and metabolism Semaglutide mimics the action of GLP-1 class hormones GLP-1, or glucagon like peptide-1 help regulate digestion and metabolism The more GLP-1, the more full you are Side effects - Diarrhea, Nausea, Constipation, vomiting Tirzepatide (Mounjaro) currently approved for DM treatment Same GLP-1 effects as Semaglutide Also effect on GIP (glucose=dependent insulinotropic polypeptide) GIP enhances the action of GLP-1, which tells the brain to stop eating. The way I think about it is like this: Semaglutide, Ozempic, Rybelsus, Wegovy - it's like having a fellow in your brain telling you to stop eating. Tirzepatide or Mounjaro is like have 2 fellows in your brain TELLING you to stop eating. The most effective weight loss medication ever made available with an average weigh tloss of 22.5% over the course of a year. Personal experience - started taking Semaglutide about 7 months ago. Lost about 10% BW in a few months and plateaued. Started Tirzepatide this month. Not much side effects. Feeling bloated/full most of the time Tirzepatide highly effective for weight loss - PubMed (nih.gov) Facebook Questions: Did TRT improve your anxiety and confidence? Maybe is the fact that I'm autistic, but all my life Ive been prone to being anxious when interacting with others regardless of how many times I do it. I'm 38 and even if I'm “relaxed” there is still a “slight” anxiety underneath that's probably unseen by others yet I feel it. Maybe I'm just a nervous person but I have noticed my anxiety has gotten worse compared to 10 years ago. I feel more confident than when I was younger from life experience and maturity but still anxious. I'm also more prone to being fearful than some but I fight it and contain it. I wish I was like those guys seem to have no fear and have nerves of steel. That's life but who knows maybe i have a bigger weiner or higher IQ than them. So many folks focus on the physical improvement aspects of TRT. The mental health benefits are what I'm most passionate about. Before TRT - I was anxious daily, no confidence, counting hours before I had to do things like go to work, afraid to speak up, engage people in social situations, seeking validation from other people and manipulating them into providing you with value. I was super impatient. Here's a quick video of my after experience Before and After Testosterone Replacement Therapy Thanks for listening! Please rate, review, subscribe and join our FREE Facebook community below! TRT Community Private Facebook Group Take a Free Glucose Quiz Find a TRT Doctor