Family of mostly succulent plants, adapted to dry environments
Taking a stand in the business you build takes courage, vision and dedication. In this episode you'll a man on a mission who is doing exactly that in big bold ways with not just one but two businesses. It's an honor to bring to THIS. with Shauna Griffiths, my friend, Joe Conrad, Founder & CEO of Grit Digital Health and Founder & CEO of Cactus Agency who believes in the power of innovation, creativity and technology to solve any problem. You'll hear about the incredible purpose driven work his team at Cactus creates for clients, the groundbreaking digital mental health solutions developed by his team at Grit Digital Health including the global platform MAN THERAPY and more: IN THIS EPISODE How We Help Brands & Companies Make Meaningful Impact Man Therapy's Surprising Win in Men's Suicide Prevention Business Evolution 101: CEO's Tips for Staying Nimble and True Man Therapy's Impact on Men's Suicide - A Success Story Why The Well-being of Your Team Matters Continued thanks to our Founding Partners Felicia Hall Allen & Associates, CMD, Hijinx, and Influence Media Agency. #podcast #THIS #leadership #leaders #agency #authenticity #impact #mensmentalhealth #mentalhealth #purpose #slgimpact
A major ransomware gang is taken down in an international sweep. CISA and the WaterISAC respond to the Aliquippa cyberattack. Attacks against infrastructure operators hit business systems. Qlik Sense installations are hit with Cactus ransomware. Researchers discover a Google Workspace vulnerability. A hacktivist auxiliary compromises a Russian media site. In an exclusive interview, Eric Goldstein, Executive Assistant Director at CISA, describes their new Secure by Design Alerts program launching today. Tim Starks from the Washington Post shares some insights on the latest legislation dealing with section 702 surveillance. And security teams need not polish up that resumé after a breach. CyberWire Guest We have 2 guests today. First, Dave recently spoke with Eric Goldstein, Executive Assistant Director at CISA, about their new Secure by Design Alerts program that launched today. And, Tim Starks from the Washington Post's Cybersecurity 202 stopped by to share some insight into some of the latest trending cybersecurity headlines. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/226 Selected Reading Police dismantle ransomware group behind attacks in 71 countries (Bleeping Computer) Ransomware group dismantled in Ukraine in a major international operation supported by Eurojust and Europol (Eurojust) Water and Wastewater Cybersecurity (CISA) (TLP:CLEAR) Water Utility Control System Cyber Incident Advisory: ICS/SCADA Incident at Municipal Water Authority of Aliquippa (Water ISAC) Iran hits Pennsylvania water utility. (CyberWire) North Texas water utility serving 2 million hit with cyberattack (The Record) DAIXIN TEAM GROUP CLAIMED THE HACK OF NORTH TEXAS MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (Security Affairs) Slovenian power company hit by ransomware (Help Net Security) Qlik Sense Exploited in Cactus Ransomware Campaign (Arctic Wolf) Qlik Sense Enterprise for Windows - New Security Patches Available Now (Qlik) DeleFriend: Severe design flaw in Domain Wide Delegation could leave Google Workspace vulnerable for takeover (Hunters) Researchers Claim Design Flaw in Google Workspace Puts Organizations at Risk (Dark Reading) Use IAM securely (Google)
Greg sits down with Angelo, owner of Steel Cactus Brewing in Gilbert, AZ. They talk about Angelo's journey from Michigan, to the Pacific Northwest, then finally settling down in Arizona and opening Steel Cactus with friends.
This week, I am joined by two guest curators, Eric Senich, of the Van Halen News Desk as well as host of the Booked On Rock Podcast as well as Patreon Mixtaper Cactus Pete, and we're crafting a (ahem) “mammoth” sized mixtape for the mighty Van Halen. And we're talking all eras, all singers, all lineups. Will there be an (I really can't help myself) “balance” between the David Lee Roth & Sammy Hagar eras? How many Gary Cherone era songs from Van Halen 3 will make the cut? Will there be any Mitch Malloy fronted tracks included? Without spoilers, I can at least guarantee that *all* of those topics will be discussed…in some facet! Be sure to visit MyWeeklyMixtape.com to hear all of the songs we discussed in this episode. FOR MORE ON MY WEEKLY MIXTAPE Website: http://www.myweeklymixtape.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/myweeklymixtape Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/myweeklymixtape Threads: https://www.threads.net/@myweeklymixtape Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/myweeklymixtape Twitter / X: https://twitter.com/myweeklymixtape TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@myweeklymixtape Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
EXPEDITION SASQUATCH - Cactus Man Part One Jack is on the run from the FBI on account of two episodes ago. He makes a friend. Cop City will never be built. Sponsored by Georgia Mountain Coffee. Try the bigfoot brew, or the sasquatch select, or the jackalope joe. They're all really good. EXPEDITION SASQUATCH IS AVAILABLE TO YOU UNDER A CREATIVE COMMONS CC-BY-SA LICENSE. MUSIC FOR THIS EPISODE IS THE WILBUR SWEATMAN JAZZ BAND (PD in the United States thanks to the Music Modernization act.) THE VOICE OF JACK is Josh Allen. Cop city will never be built. Free palestine. Expedition Sasquatch wwill return in two weeks with the conclusion of this thrilling episode. If you haven't heard from us by December 9th, start kicking things. We're trying to make our living making this and other shows. Please consider sponsoring us, or buying some merch to help us keep going.
Valley Oop vous propose Mémoire de Cactus. Une série de podcasts qui narrent des moments historiques des Phoenix Suns. Ce deuxième épisode raconte l'histoire du shoot ultra clutch de Devin Booker sur Paul George et Kawhi Leonard, en pleine Bulle d'Orlando, en 2020. Moment suspendu, alors qu'une pandémie a confiné le monde, et point de départ d'un renouveau à Phoenix. écrit et raconté par Grégoire MBV
This cactus is a source of food and construction material for people and animals alike, especially during the dry season in the Sonaran Desert. Learn more about it in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://science.howstuffworks.com/life/botany/saguaro-cactus.htmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeremy Spath (owner of Hidden Agave nursery @hiddenagave) and Kevin Krucher (@crazy4cactus) talk about a recent trip through the states of Nuevo León, Tamaulipas and Coahuila to document and explore desert plants and their ecology, including tons of rare species like Lophophora williamsii, Stenocactus phyllacanthus, Astrophytum asterias, Obregonia denigrii, Ariocarpus scaphirostris, Agave Montana, Agave albopilosa and more.This 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/5634537/advertisement
In this episode, Emily Heil, PharmD, MS, BCIDP, AAHIVP; Laila Woc-Colburn, MD; and Trevor Van Schooneveld, MD, FSHEA, FACP, discuss their approach to managing infections involving Pseudomonas aeruginosa with difficult-to-treat resistance, including: Mechanisms of β-lactam resistanceEffect of resistance mechanism on susceptibility to antipseudomonal agent2023 IDSA guidance recommendations Activity against newer antipseudomonal β-lactams in the United StatesThe latest clinical data by antimicrobial regimen: - Ceftolozane/tazobactam - Ceftazidime/avibactam - Imipenem/cilastatin/relebactam - CefiderocolApplying antimicrobial stewardship principlesProgram Director:Trevor Van Schooneveld, MD, FSHEA, FACP Professor, Division of Infectious DiseasesProgram Director, Infectious Diseases FellowshipMedical Director, Antimicrobial Stewardship ProgramUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterOmaha, NebraskaFaculty:Emily Heil, PharmD, MS, BCIDP, AAHIVPAssociate ProfessorDepartment of PharmacyUniversity of Maryland School of PharmacyID Clinical Pharmacy SpecialistUniversity of Maryland Medical Center|Baltimore, MarylandLaila Woc-Colburn, MDAssociate ProfessorDivision of Infectious DiseasesEmory University School of Medicine Atlanta, GeorgiaContent based on a CME program supported by an educational grant from Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, NJ, USA.Follow along with a downloadable slideset at: https://clinicaloptions.com/CE-CME/infectious-disease/cmv-prevention-in-sot-recipients/26139Link to full program: https://bit.ly/40HyvPy
Die Verwandlung eines High-Society-Girls zur Bankräuberin und wieder zurück: Die 19-jährige Millionenerbin Patty Hearst wird von der Guerillagruppe SLA entführt. Sie schließt sich ihnen an, raubt Banken aus und wird im Vietnamkriegs-Amerika zur revolutionären Ikone. Nach ihrer Verhaftung sie, einer Gehirnwäsche unterzogen worden zu sein. // Mit Françoise Cactus, Brezel Göring, u.a. / Komposition und Realisation: Françoise Cactus/Brezel Göring / BR 2007
In this solo short episode, CJ reflects on his recent attendance of HPLT Austin. He discusses the importance of investing in oneself and shares his experiences and valuable takeaways after attending challenging and growth-oriented events like Cactus to Clouds and HPLT (High-Performance Lifestyle Training). Connect with CJ Finley: CJ's Instagram CJ's YouTube CJ's Twitter cjfinley.com ThriveOnLife Podcast Instagram thriveonlife.com
What inspires desire for plants? In The Cactus Hunters, Jared Margulies takes readers through the intriguing world of succulent collecting, where collectors and conservationists alike are animated by passions that sometimes exceed the limits of the law. His globe-spanning journey offers complex insight into the fields of botany and criminology, political ecology and human geography, and psychoanalysis. Here, Margulies is joined in conversation with Samantha Walton.Jared Margulies is assistant professor of political ecology in the Department of Geography at the University of Alabama. Margulies is author of The Cactus Hunters: Desire and Extinction in the Illicit Succulent Trade.Samantha Walton is professor of modern literature at Bath Spa University in England. Walton is author of Everybody Needs Beauty: In Search of the Nature Cure and The Living World: Nan Shepherd and Environmental Thought.EPISODE REFERENCES:Nan ShepherdThe Detectorists (British comedy series)Sheffield Branch of the British Cactus and Succulent SocietyCactus and Succulent Society of AmericaJacques LacanSigmund FreudHannah DickinsonPaul KingsburyAnna SecorLucas PohlRobert Fletcher / Failing ForwardAlberto Vojtech FričLocations discussed:EnglandBrazilCzech RepublicMexicoThe Cactus Hunters: Desire and Extinction in the Illicit Succulent Trade is available from University of Minnesota Press."This book offers a powerful example of the value of close attention to the entangled lives of plants and their people."—Thom van Dooren, author of A World in a Shell: Snail Stories for a Time of Extinctions"A deeply felt and nuanced reckoning with desire as a structurally produced and world-making force—a unique and major contribution to political ecology."—Rosemary Collard, author of Animal Traffic: Lively Capital in the Global Exotic Pet Trade
Many cactuses are covered in spikes - making them terrible to hug. But what about inside a cactus? Is it also spiky? Or is it soft and cuddly? And is it true you can find water hidden in these desert-dwellers? We asked science communicator and plant expert Brandi Cannon-Force to help us find the answer.Got a question that's stuck in your brain? Send it to us at BrainsOn.org/contact, and we'll help pin down the answer.
In this episode, hosts CJ and Erin Finley discuss the importance of taking a step back and finding time to connect with each other. They share how their podcast has become a way for them to catch up and have meaningful conversations. Erin also talks about CJ's recent trip to a retreat for men in the wellness space and how that has impacted his life, relationships, and business. Tune in to hear more about their experiences and insights on thriving in life. Key Topics [00:02:05] CJ's biggest takeaway from the Cactus to Clouds retreat. [00:06:42] Building a like-minded community. [00:10:22] Men prioritizing family over business. [00:13:20] Controlling outcome vs. relaxing nervous system. [00:18:14] Writing my own obituary. [00:22:08] Unleashing masculine energy. [00:27:15] Letting go and prioritizing. [00:30:15] Balancing work and family. [00:33:11] Reflection on meaningful conversations. [00:37:16] Connection time and self-care. Connect with Erin Instagram TikTok Connect with CJ Finley: CJ's Instagram CJ's YouTube CJ's Twitter cjfinley.com ThriveOnLife Podcast Instagram thriveonlife.com
Can Difficult Conversations Be a Catalyst for Positive Transformation? Our guest today is Adrian Koehler, a leadership engagement expert and senior partner at Take New Ground, an executive coaching firm based in Los Angeles. His extraordinary journey spans philanthropy, ministry, activism, and medicine, making him an expert in navigating challenging environments and facilitating difficult conversations. Adrian has left an indelible mark on diverse organizations, including the US Navy SEALs, NIKE, and Oprah Winfrey Network, and co-hosts the Naked Leadership Podcast with TNG Senior Partner Dan Tocchini and Raising The Bar with Drybar Founder Alli Webb. In Part 1 of this series, we explored Adrian's personal leadership journey as well as his diverse coaching experience. Today, in Part 2, we explore the process of becoming responsible, moving beyond the story of our past and gaining confidence in who we are committed to being – as a leader and as a human being. If you are a leader who aspires to create positive and lasting transformation in your life and business, this episode is for you! What We Discuss in this Episode What shaped the speaker's personal journey and the challenges faced. The role of empathy and understanding in navigating life's complexities. How societal issues intersect with personal experiences. Valuable lessons drawn from the listener's diverse experiences. The art of responsibly steering one's life path. Breaking free from a victim mindset to embrace empowerment. Creating distinction and clarity in one's life journey. The transformative power of sharing struggles and the path to healing. The process of self-examination, seeking forgiveness, and accepting one's contribution. Cultivating self-belief and fostering trust in oneself. Complete Show Notes: https://leadersoftransformation.com/podcast/leadership/470-hard-conversations-for-leaders-part-2-hugging-the-cactus-with-adrian-koehler
The contents of the house best known as the “Cactus House” in Glen Allen are now up for auction until Nov. 9. Portions of the immense collection of Southwest-themed items and keepsakes from Saguaro Hill, an eye-catching house on Staples Mill Road in Glen Allen are on auction by Grindstaff's Auction Marketing Group. “This house has been a Richmond icon since the late ‘70s,” Anne Grindstaff, owner of Grindstaff Auction Marketing Group, the auctioneers hosting the auction on their website. “That's what makes it special, and the type of merchandise they have there.” Some of the prized items available are...Article LinkSupport the show
Here is episode 97 of John Arezzi's Pro Wrestling Spotlight Podcast, reviewing the original broadcast of show #250, which aired on 1240 AM WGBB in West Babylon NY on October 2nd, 1994. John and Marsh review includes his returns from a week off, deciding to go to Las Vegas to attend the Herb Abrams UWF's "Blackjack Brawl" and not have to deal with the crank callers from the week before. He also has his comments on the ECW show, which he also attended on October 1st. Highlights include Cactus Jack via telephone with clips of him discussing his match at the UWF show, his leaving WCW, and his spending more time at ECW. A cool exchange with Cactus's son, toddler Dewey, adds some fun as well! We review the cancellation of John's scheduled Weekend of Champions V. Audio of Don Laible's news capsule, callers and more! Host - John Arezzi Producer and Creative Director - Marsh Patreon Executive Producers - Anthony Pires and Joseph Holloway JOIN THE PATREON PAGE FOR THIS PODCAST AND EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS OF HISTORY FROM THE ARCHIVES OF WRESTLING HISTORIAN AND CO-AUTHOR OF THE BEST SELLING BOOK MAT MEMORIES HERE: https://www.patreon.com/JohnArezzi Subscribe to the show's YouTube Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/ProWrestlingSpotlight Follow John Arezzi Here: https://twitter.com/johnarezzi https://instagram.com/johnarezzi https://www.facebook.com/groups/prowrestlingspotlight https://www.facebook.com/JohnArezzisMatMemories Order a copy of John Arezzi's best selling memoir "MAT MEMORIES, My Wild Ride in Pro Wrestling, Country Music and with the Mets" here: https://a.co/d/4TXWVAv Copyright 2023 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
London-born Tony Llewellyn-Jones graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1971 and was invited to join the Melbourne Theatre Company. Over the next two years Tony appeared in productions including Tonight at 8.30, Mother Courage, The Cherry Orchard, How Does Your Garden Grow?, The Time is Not Yet Ripe, Danton's Death, Paying the Piper, An Ideal Husband, You Want It Don't You Billy?, Macquarie, The Plough and The Stars, Forget-Me-Not-Lane, The Tavern, Sticks and Bones and Batman's Beachhead. Tony has returned to Melbourne Theatre Company for The Visit, Life x 3, Realism and North By Northwest. He also has appeared for the Old Tote Theatre Company, Marian Street, Nimrod Theatre, Griffin, Belvoir and Bell Shakespeare. For the Sydney Theatre Company his credits include The Crucible, Saint Joan, Life After George, Corporate Vibes, Amigos, Metamorphosis, The Tempest, Hay Fever and King Lear. He served on the panel that engaged Richard Wherret as the inaugural Artistic Director of the Sydney Theatre Company. He received an AFI Best Supporting Actor nomination for his role in the celebrated cinema capture of Picnic at Hanging Rock. In 2012 Tony performed in the Australian tour of Yes, Prime Minister for Guild, Woods & Bryce Productions. And in 2016 he was cast in the 60th anniversary production of My Fair Lady, as Colonel Hugh Pickering - a role it seems he was destined to play. Tony has appeared in numerous television series, including Rake, I Spry, The Prime Minister Is Missing, Underbelly, G.P., All Saints, Hell Has Harbour Views, BackBerner, Grass Roots, 13 Gantry Row, The Paper Boy, One Day Miller and Who Do You Think You Are?. His film appearances include Illuminations, Inside Looking Out, Picnic at Hanging Rock, The Girl who Met Simone de Beauvoir in Paris, Fatty Finn, Seeing Red, Man of Flowers, Cosi and Human Touch. Tony also has worked as a producer on Paul Cox feature films, including Man of Flowers, My First Wife, Cactus, Vincent: The Life and Death of Vincent van Gogh, Human Touch, Salvation and Force of Destiny. Tony Llewellyn Jones is a true gentleman of the theatre - abundant with anecdote, considered opinion and tremendous passion for a career that has rewarded him many times over. The STAGES podcast is available to access and subscribe from Spotify and Apple podcasts. Or from wherever you access your favourite podcasts. A conversation with creatives about craft and career. Follow socials on instagram (stagespodcast) and facebook (Stages).www.stagespodcast.com.au
London born Tony Llewellyn-Jones graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1971 and was invited to join the Melbourne Theatre Company. Over the next two years Tony appeared in productions including Tonight at 8.30, Mother Courage, The Cherry Orchard, How Does Your Garden Grow?, The Time is Not Yet Ripe, Danton's Death, Paying the Piper, An Ideal Husband, You Want It Don't You Billy?, Macquarie, The Plough and The Stars, Forget-Me-Not-Lane, The Tavern, Sticks and Bones and Batman's Beachhead. Tony has returned to Melbourne Theatre Company for The Visit, Life x 3, Realism and North By Northwest. He also has appeared for the Old Tote Theatre Company, Marian Street, Nimrod Theatre, Griffin, Belvoir and Bell Shakespeare. For the Sydney Theatre Company his credits include The Crucible, Saint Joan, Life After George, Corporate Vibes, Amigos, Metamorphosis, The Tempest, Hay Fever and King Lear. He served on the panel that engaged Richard Wherret as the inaugural Artistic Director of the Sydney Theatre Company. He received an AFI Best Supporting Actor nomination for his role in the celebrated cinema capture of Picnic at Hanging Rock. In 2012 Tony performed in the Australian tour of Yes, Prime Minister for Guild, Woods & Bryce Productions. And in 2016 he was cast in the 60th anniversary production of My Fair Lady, as Colonel Hugh Pickering - a role it seems he was destined to play. Tony has appeared in numerous television series, including Rake, I Spry, The Prime Minister Is Missing, Underbelly, G.P., All Saints, Hell Has Harbour Views, BackBerner, Grass Roots, 13 Gantry Row, The Paper Boy, One Day Miller and Who Do You Think You Are?. His film appearances include Illuminations, Inside Looking Out, Picnic at Hanging Rock, The Girl who Met Simone de Beauvoir in Paris, Fatty Finn, Seeing Red, Man of Flowers, Cosi and Human Touch. Tony also has worked as a producer on Paul Cox feature films, including Man of Flowers, My First Wife, Cactus, Vincent: The Life and Death of Vincent van Gogh, Human Touch, Salvation and Force of Destiny. Tony Llewellyn Jones is a true gentleman of the theatre - abundant with anecdote, considered opinion and tremendous passion for a career that has rewarded him many times over. The STAGES podcast is available to access and subscribe from Spotify and Apple podcasts. Or from wherever you access your favourite podcasts. A conversation with creatives about craft and career. Follow socials on instagram (stagespodcast) and facebook (Stages).www.stagespodcast.com.au
In today's episode Jimena Suárez sits down with us to discuss the ‘pursuit of beauty' and how that concept relates to fashion, leather, and social justice. Did you know that with just 3 mature cactus leaves you can create one linear meter of plant-based leather? Incredibly, cacti collect water from the air overnight and can be grown in their native space, organically, with no pesticides or herbicides. In addition to sharing epic facts, Jimena breaks down myths about leather production (like, “Isn't it sustainable because it's a byproduct of meat and dairy?”), speaks to what going vegan 14 years ago in Mexico was like, and shares her thoughts on superficiality, style, and sustainability. Join the Unruly Podcast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/unrulytravel The Travel Blog: https://wanderwoman.online/ Sentient website: https://sentientthebrand.com Fashion/Justice education: Collectivejusticefashion.org Learn about dairy: https://wanderwoman.online/index.php/2022/12/09/dairy-indsutry-facts/ Podcast episode with ALL: https://soundcloud.com/unrulystories/all-veganism Sign up for email alerts: buff.ly/3CUNL0D Donate to the podcast: SoundCloud - @unrulystories, Venmo - @unruytravel Unruly Travellers Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/unrulytravellers/ Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Unruly Instagram: www.instagram.com/unruly_traveller/
While reflecting on what makes an ideal friendship with his pal Shannon, Blake pokes about the ruins of an abandoned gas station in the California desert. Join him as he time warps back to 1979, when gas lines were long, Coca Cola was 45 cents a bottle, and President Jimmy Carter warned Americans about the Crisis of Confidence.This episode features:Shannon BordenLacey KeaneNik Magill(Note: For the best immersive experience, we strongly suggest you wear headphones
Legendary iconic drummer Carmine Appice drops by to chat about The Rod Experience shows....his release of Beck, Bogart and Appice Boxed set "Live From Japan" and more! As drummer for Vanilla Fudge, Carmine Appice set the grooves for the groundbreaking band‘s 1967 psychedelic debut, inadvertently inventing Stoner Rock in the process. The Fudge had no precedent. The band was totally unique. No rock group, up until that point, had ever so lugubriously s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-d out well-known pop tunes like the Beatles “Eleanor Rigby” and “Ticket To Ride,” Curtis Mayfield‘s “People Get Ready,” Sonny & Cher‘s “Bang Bang” Rod Argent‘s “She‘s Not There” and, most famously, The Supremes‘ Motown classic “You Keep Me Hangin‘ On” to such hippie heights. With Mark Stein‘s mysterioso wash of Grand Guignol keyboard theatrics, Tim Bogert‘s amazing and trippy bass runs, and guitarist Vince Martell‘s era-happy soloing, Appice boomed like no other drummer in rock history. Their debut album still stands today as a Hard Rock classic. Vanilla Fudge went on to tour with Jimi Hendrix, Cream, and even had Led Zeppelin as an opening act.Post-Fudge, Bogert and Appice formed Cactus (seen as an influence on King‘s X and Van Halen). Post-Cactus, the rhythm section found Grammy-winning Guitar Hero Jeff Beck to form the first supergroup: Beck, Bogert & Appice (BBA).One of the premier showmen in rock, Appice became known worldwide for his astonishing live performances, in addition to becoming a highly sought-after session drummer, recording with countless artists throughout his career. In ‘76, he joined Rod Stewart‘s band, touring, recording and writing two of Stewart‘s biggest hits, “Do Ya Think I‘m Sexy' and “Young Turks.' He left Stewart to record his first solo album, “Rockers', and tour Japan and North America with an allstar band. . In the early 80's, he toured with OZZY Osborne ,Ted Nugent . In the mid 80's, he formed King Kobra for two Capitol albums and international touring And in the late 80's, Carmine played on a Pink Floyd record “Momentary Lapse of Reason' and formed Blue Murder with Whitesnake‘s John Sykes and The Firm‘s Tony Franklin. In the early 90s, he pounded away soul-style for The Edgar Winter Group.As an educator, Carmine was the first to legitimize rock drumming with his landmark book, The Realistic Rock Drum Method, selling over 400,000 copies (now in video format). He was the first Rock Drummer and Rock Musician to conduct instructional clinics and symposiums around the world.https://carmineappice.net
Interview with George Ogilvie, President and CEO of Arizona Sonoran Copper Company Inc.Our previous interview: https://www.cruxinvestor.com/posts/arizona-sonoran-copper-ascu-low-risk-heap-leach-sxew-plus-growth-upside-2673Recording date: 18th October 2023Arizona Sonoran Copper Company (ASCUF) is developing the past-producing Cactus copper project in Arizona. The project includes multiple deposits with 7.4 billion pounds of copper resources. Approximately 5.2 billion pounds are amenable to heap leaching and solvent extraction electrowinning to produce copper cathode. Pre-feasibility study targeted for early 2024 is examining a 25+ year mine life producing 45,000-50,000 tons of copper cathode annually. There is potential to expand resources and production through exploration drilling between the known deposits. The company is working with new technology, Newton Column test, for enhanced leaching of primary sulfides which could further boost recoveries and mine life. With copper prices expected to remain strong long-term, Arizona Sonoran offers leverage to higher copper as the project advances towards a construction decision, targeting first production before the end of 2026.View Arizona Sonoran Copper's company profile: https://www.cruxinvestor.com/companies/arizona-sonoranSign up for Crux Investor: https://cruxinvestor.com
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Arizona Sonoran Copper and Troilus Gold have both published updated resource estimates for their projects. There are new drill results from Brixton Metals this morning. LCL Resources received approval for the environmental impact assessment. Newmont reached an agreement with the National Union of Mine, Metal, and Allied Workers of the Mexican Republic. We'd like to thank our sponsors: Western Copper and Gold is focused on developing the world-class Casino project in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Casino project consists of an impressive 11 billion pounds of copper and 21 million ounces of gold in an overall resource. Western Copper and Gold trades on the TSX and the NYSE American with WRN. Be sure to follow the company via their website, www.westerncopperandgold.com. Arizona Sonoran Copper Company (ASCU:TSX) is focused on developing its brownfield copper project on private land in Arizona, a tier 1 location. The Cactus Mine Project is located less than an hour's drive from the Phoenix International airport via highway i-10, and with grid power and the Union Pacific Rail line situated at the base of the Cactus Project main road. With permitted water access, a streamlined permitting framework and infrastructure already in place, ASCU's Cactus Mine Project is a lower risk copper development project in the infrastructure-rich heartland of Arizona.For more information, please visit www.arizonasonoran.com. Fireweed Metals is advancing 3 different projects within the Yukon and Northwest Territories, including the flagship Macmillan Pass Project, a large zinc-lead-silver deposit and the Mactung Project, one of the largest and highest-grade tungsten deposits in the world. Fireweed plans to advance these projects through exploration, resource definition, metallurgy, engineering, economic studies and collaboration with indigenous people on the path to production. For more information please visit fireweedmetals.com.
Join the 'Last of the Action Heroes Podcast Network' Discord https://discord.gg/jDrUtNcRq2 We're back for the 100th episode of the show, and what better film to discuss for #100 than the latest entry in The Expendables franchise — Expend4bles! In the fourth installment, the team is scaled down with not as many members, but still some new additions! Returning for another battle, Jason Statham, Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, and Randy Couture are now joined by Megan Fox, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, and Tony Jaa! In their latest adventure, the Expendables must board a cargo ship and stop a sadistic arms dealer (played by Iko Uwais) from starting World War 3! This episode will be slightly different than previous episodes… Instead of having one guest, we'll be pulling our own Expendables gimmick and bringing on multiple guests to share their thoughts! Included in this conversation is my guest spot on the Piecing It Together podcast with friend of the show, David Rosen! After, I'll be playing opinions on the movie from Richard Hawes of The DTV Digest, Sicco Hersink from Hugging the Cactus: The Mel Gibson Podcast, Matt Poirer from the DTV Connoisseur, as well as the thoughts from listeners of the show! Major thanks to everyone who contributed. Please be sure to check out the following podcasts from friends of the show: David Rosen's Piecing It Together (https://www.piecingpod.com/); Richard Hawes' The DTV Digest (https://thedtvdigest.podbean.com/); Sicco Hersink's Hugging the Cactus, and Matt Poirer's The DTV Connoisseur (http://dtvconnoisseur.blogspot.com/)! Please feel free to rate and review the show on iTunes or wherever you go to subscribe! Show's opening and closing music is “Sports Action” by Audionautix! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ryan-rebalkin01/message
We're back for the 100th episode of the show, and what better film to discuss for #100 than the latest entry in The Expendables franchise -- Expend4bles! In the fourth installment, the team is scaled down with not as many members, but still some new additions! Returning for another battle, Jason Statham, Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, and Randy Couture are now joined by Megan Fox, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, and Tony Jaa! In their latest adventure, the Expendables must board a cargo ship and stop a sadistic arms dealer (played by Iko Uwais) from starting World War 3! This episode will be slightly different than previous episodes... Instead of having one guest, we'll be pulling our own Expendables gimmick and bringing on multiple guests to share their thoughts! Included in this conversation is my guest spot on the Piecing It Together podcast with friend of the show, David Rosen! After, I'll be playing opinions on the movie from Richard Hawes of The DTV Digest, Sicco Hersink from Hugging the Cactus: The Mel Gibson Podcast, Matt Poirer from the DTV Connoisseur, as well as the thoughts from listeners of the show! Major thanks to everyone who contributed. Please be sure to check out the following podcasts from friends of the show: David Rosen's Piecing It Together (https://www.piecingpod.com/); Richard Hawes' The DTV Digest (https://thedtvdigest.podbean.com/); Sicco Hersink's Hugging the Cactus, and Matt Poirer's The DTV Connoisseur (http://dtvconnoisseur.blogspot.com/)! Please feel free to rate and review the show on iTunes or wherever you go to subscribe! Show's opening and closing music is "Sports Action" by Audionautix!
Back by Popular Demand! This Week In Wrestling History hosted by Don Tony aired back in 2018-2019 and spanned two seasons. These retro episodes return remastered and are filled with hundreds of hours of original wrestling clips & stories. Enjoy this deep dive into pro wrestling's awesome history. SYNOPSIS: S2 E41 (10/8 - 10/14) Nick Bockwinkel begins his 501 day run as AWA Heavyweight Champion after def Otto Wanz Audio: Classic promos by Ric Flair and Fritz Von Erich over the $10,000 bounty placed on Kevin Von Erich Audio: Koko B Ware speaks on being fired by WWF after overseas fight with WWF Executive Audio: Bret Hart def Ric Flair and begins his first reign as WWF Champion Macho Man Randy Savage (managed by Vince McMahon) def Jerry Lawler for USWF Unified Heavyweight Title Important meeting between Steve Austin and WWF (1995) leads to a contract Audio: Cactus Jack vs El Puerto Ricano and the beatdown by Cactus and Raven to Tommy Dreamer Audio: Another classic Cactus Jack (w/ Raven) promo involving dreams of Tommy Dreamer going to WCW and lots more Bill Watts out after three weeks working for WWF Creative Infamous Club 37 fight (Syracuse, NY) involving Shawn Michaels and several Servicemen Audio: Cliq of HBK, HHH, Chyna, and Rick Rude finally get a name - Degeneration X Audio: Memorable WCW Nitro match: Sting and Warrior vs Bret Hart and Hollywood Hogan Audio: Judy Bagwell stinks up Nitro, and Scott Steiner is not happy about it Steve Austin destroys Vince McMahon's Corvette with cement Audio: The Rock gives The British Bulldog a Rockbottom onto dog sh** Audio: "Seven" is coming to WCW Looking back at the 1999 PPV disaster: Heroes Of Wrestling Audio: Rikishi admits running of Steve Austin, and did it for The Rock Steve Austin def Kurt Angle for WWF Heavyweight Title and makes history Audio: DDP says Angle losing isn't a bad thing, but a good thing Brock Lesnar wins IWGP Championship in his NJPW debut Kurt Angle and John Cena exchange rap insults After Austin stunning the entire McMahon family the week before, Linda McMahon kicks Jim Ross in the nuts as the McMahons fire JR (again) Audio: Mickie James makes her WWE debut Kurt Angle signs with TNA & debuts the following week immediately going after Samoa Joe. Psichosis arrested after using toy gun to carjack CA resident The Marine (2003) starring John Cena hits movie theatres WWE releases Francine, Gunner Scott, Teddy Hart, and Lance Cade Drew McIntyre makes his WWE in ring debut Looking back at TNA Bound For Glory 2007 Gail Kim becomes first TNA Knockouts Champion Dolph Ziggler suspended 30 days for WWE Wellness Violation Current TNA 'wrestler' Adam Pacman Jones suspended by NFL Audio: Jillian Hall def Mickie James for Divas Championship, just to lose it minutes later to Melina 10/10/10: Therrrrrrrre Herrrrrre! Audio: Jersey Shore J-Woww makes TNA debut Autopsy results reveal Lance Cade cause of death Freddie Prinze Jr signs deal to join WWE as a producer and director Audio: CM Punk does solo commentary for Cena/Shaemus Raw match following walkout by WWE staff due to Triple H providing unsafe working conditions Looking back at the PPV disaster: AWE Night Of Legends 2011 Cody and Goldust def The Shield to win WWE Tag Team Champions Sasha Banks challenges Charlotte to HIAC match Audio: Paul Heyman puts Goldberg on notice after telling ESPN he'd challenge Brock Lesnar if returning to WWE Audio: AJ Styles vs James Ellsworth w/ Referee Dean Ambrose Kalisto dedicates match to Eddie Guerrero and def Enzo Amore for Cruiserweight Title The Shield triple powerbomb Braun Stroman thru the announcers table And so much more! CLICK HERE to listen to THIS WEEK IN WRESTLING HISTORY S2 E41 (10/8 – 10/14) online RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE to download the AUDIO episode of THIS WEEK IN WRESTLING HISTORY S2 E41 (10/8 – 10/14) online CLICK HERE to access previous episodes for all the shows Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to Episode 137 of The Burning Bush Podcast, where we share the message of the Bible while enjoying a good cigar. Today we're reading the New Testament book of Mark Chapter 10 with commentary from the notes in the Charles Spurgeon Study Bible, and I'm smoking the Blackbird Cigar Co. Cactus Wren Short Run San Andrés Toro 6x52 (Cigars Daily Exclusive).Charles Spurgeon Study Bible - https://csbspurgeonstudybible.csbible.com/Blackbird Cigar Co. Cactus Wren Short Run San Andrés Toro 6x52 (Cigars Daily Exclusive): https://cigarsdaily.com/product/blackbird-cactus-wren-short-run-toro-6x52/Listen and subscribe at: https://www.theburningbushpodcast.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@VoiceOverSteve/podcastsRumble: https://rumble.com/user/SteveMcHenryEmail: email@example.com#TheBurningBush #Podcast #Scripture #Theology #Jesus #Bible #Christian #GroundworksMinistries #Cigars #BOTL #SOTL #HolySmokes #TreatsNTruth #CharlesSpurgeon #SpurgeonStyle #CigarsDaily #BlackbirdCigarSUPPORT THE SHOW & OUR PARTNERSCash App - http://cash.app/$StevenJMcHenryVenmo - https://www.venmo.com/u/Steve-McHenry-3Paypal - http://paypal.me/SteveMcHenryTreats-N-Truth Ministry Helping those in need through the love & grace of God.Groundworks Ministries Promoting the "chapter-a-day" reading of God's Word.The Burning Bush Merchandise Store Get your Burning Bush Podcast swag here!Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
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Denkmal der aussterbenden Natur · Mit dem Verschwinden einer Vogelart verstummt auch deren Gesang. Seit 1600 sind schätzungsweise 150 Vogelarten ausgestorben. Wolfgang Müller bat befreundete Musiker:innen wie Françoise Cactus, eine möglichst naturalistische Rekonstruktion des verstummten Vogelgesanges nach den existierenden wissenschaftlichen Angaben vorzunehmen. // Mit Claudia Urbschat-Mingues, Vogelstimmen: Justus Köhnke, Annette Humpe, Frederik Schikowski, Frieder Butzmann, Hartmut Andryczuk, Max Müller, Nicholas Bussmann, Wolfgang Müller, Françoise Cactus, Brezel Göring, Khan, Namosh / Regie: Wolfgang Müller / BR 2008
This episode consists of a 90 minute rant about the wonders of Cornell University Herbarium (1 million specimens you schmuck), how a cactus came to grow in Brooklyn, Botanizing a filthy industrial creek in Queens New York, the enigmatic Appalachian shale buckwheat (Eriogonum allenii) of Virginia, giving a talk on plant evolution in lower Manhattan, and more.This 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/5634537/advertisement
Joel Bein, the Chief of Content and Coaching at Career Hackers, shares insights on overcoming limiting beliefs, navigating imposter syndrome, and reengineering creativity. Joel's powerful process for uncovering and addressing deep-seated beliefs offers a transformative approach to personal growth and mental wellness. This conversation offers valuable insights on exploring childhood experiences, finding self-acceptance, and gaining a fresh perspective on intelligence.Elevate your sales game with the JB Sales Membership that includes monthly live training by John Barrows, interactive workshops, insightful AMAs, and unlimited access to our comprehensive on-demand library. Certifications included! Visit www.jbarrows.com and let's Make It Happen together!Connect with John on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnbarrows/Connect with John on IG: https://www.instagram.com/johnmbarrows/Check out John's Membership: bit.ly/JBMembershipConnect with Joel on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joel-bein-9b8343110/Visit Joel's website: https://joelbein.comBook a complimentary belief work session (special offer for MIHM listeners): https://careerhackers.com/happen/Learn more:https://thehumanliberation.co/https://careerhackers.com/