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Today in San Diego
Expect Lower Tax Refunds, Concerns for Camels, Slight Chance of Rain

Today in San Diego

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 6:29


San Diego Botanic Garden Offers Something For Everyone, Expect Lower Tax Refunds Compared to Last Year, Sheena Says Expect More Clouds, New Concerns for Camels at the World CupSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Rabbi Binyamin Jadidi's Podcast
Episode 1: R' Jadidi - Even The Camels

Rabbi Binyamin Jadidi's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 7:30


As It Is - Voice of America
Qatar's Camels Tired of World Cup Fans - November 28, 2022

As It Is - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 3:07


AP Audio Stories
World Cup frenzy puts strain on Qatar's camels

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 0:48


AP correspondent Ed Donahue on WCup Camel Rides

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2415: Camels in Canada

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 3:54


Episode: 2415 In which camels return to their native continent and are ill-received.  Today, camels in Canada.

First Up with Landsberg & Colaiacovo
James Duthie on hosting Canada vs Belgium, Davies taking the penalty instead of David & riding Camels in the desert

First Up with Landsberg & Colaiacovo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 12:54


The man on the left joins us live from Qatar to chat about Canada losing to Belgium in their first World Cup game since 1986, hosting the match and seeing it live, how the perception of Canada changes after the game, riding Camels in the desert and more!

Old Time Radio - OTRNow
Episode 2: The OTRNow Radio Program Thanksgiving Show-02

Old Time Radio - OTRNow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 209:44


The OTRNow Radio Program Thanksgiving Show-02The Abbott and Costello Show. November 23, 1944. NBC net. Camels. Lou goes over to Bud's house for Thanksgiving dinner. The cook is none other than Mr. Kitzel! Someone seems to have stolen Lady Jennifer's pearls. Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Ken Niles (announcer), Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Connie Haines (vocal), Artie Auerbach, Virginia Gordon (?). The Lone Ranger. November 25, 1953. Program #3256/2477. Syndicated. "Bob Haliday"/"Thanksgiving In Modoc City". Music fill for local commercial insert. Dan Reid appears in the story. He wants to travel west and spend Thanksgiving with his uncle John and Tonto. This program was rebroadcast on August 3, 1955. Brace Beemer, Fred Foy (announcer), George W. Trendle (creator, producer), Charles D. Livingstone (director), Betty Joyce (writer), Fran Striker (editor), John Todd. Father Knows Best. November 23, 1950. NBC net. Maxwell House Coffee, Post Wheat Meal. Thanksgiving without the kids is not much of a celebration. Robert Young, June Whitley, Rhoda Williams, Ted Donaldson, Ed James (writer), Bill Forman (announcer), Roy Bargy and His Orchestra.Anthology. November 21, 1954. WRCA, New York. Sustaining. A program in honor of Thanksgiving Day. Harry Fleetwood (host), Agnes Moorehead (recording), Steve White (producer), Draper Lewis (writer, director), The Fred Waring Glee Club (recording), The New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus (recording), James Pease (baritone, recording).Fibber McGee and Molly. November 19, 1940. NBC net. Johnson's Wax. Fibber and Molly take the train to visit Uncle Dennis. Jim Jordan, Marian Jordan, Harlow Wilcox, Billy Mills and His Orchestra, The King's Men, Don Quinn (writer), Bill Thompson, Harold Peary, Isabel Randolph.  The Adventures Of Sam Spade; Detective. November 24, 1950. NBC net. "The Terrified Turkey Caper". Sustaining. Who's trying to kill Thom Turkey...on Thanksgiving Day?. Steve Dunne, William Conrad, Lurene Tuttle, William Spier (producer, editor, director), Lud Gluskin (music), Robert Armbruster (conductor), Dashiell Hammett (creator). The Great Gildersleeve. November 16, 1941. NBC net. Kraft Parkay. It's Thanksgiving, and Gildersleeve is trying to invite some soldiers to share his turkey. Earle Ross, Hans Conried, Harold Peary, Jim Bannon (announcer), Lillian Randolph, Lurene Tuttle, Walter Tetley, Billy Mills (composer, conductor, billed as "William Randolph")SOURCES: Wikipedia and The RadioGoldindex.com

The Sevo Show
#203 How To Walk Camels Around Australia with John Elliott

The Sevo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 80:58


John Elliot has a story that simply has to be heard to be believed. If a movie studio pitched his story as an idea, it would be shot down as just too far-fetched to be real. But real it is. Having chosen to leave his hugely successful business at just age 35 to seek out an adventure, John, with absolutely no previous experience or training, purchased a handful of camels and began what was to become a solo 12,000 km journey that took him and his camels to every corner of the country. John endured pretty much every critical life-threatening moment you could imagine, and some you just couldn't. In his incredibly entertaining way, we hear about split-second survival decisions while having to outrun one of Australia's most devastating bushfires, falling off a mountain face with 1,000kg of camel falling right behind him, having to survive on roadkill, fighting off rouge wild camel attacks, losing all his camels while in a life-threatening blizzard and, when facing a fate worse than death, holding the 5 bullets he carried with him and needing to make the decision that there was just enough for each of his camels and then himself. This is not just a story just about getting out of your comfort zone, it's about smashing the crap out of anything that even slightly resembles one.

Clear & Concise Daf Yomi
Chayei Sarah - Learn From Kids & Feed the Camels

Clear & Concise Daf Yomi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 21:15


Chayei Sarah - Learn From Kids & Feed the Camels

With Flying Colors
There Go the CAMEL Codes (Sort Of)

With Flying Colors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 11:00


NCUA had its November Board meeting with one item. Per the NCUA Board Action Bulletin:ALEXANDRIA, Va. (Nov. 17, 2022) – The National Credit Union Administration Board held its tenth open meeting—and third in person—of 2022. During the meeting, the NCUA's Chief Financial Officer briefed the NCUA Board on the performance of the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund for the quarter ending on September 30, 2022.“The Share Insurance Fund performed well in the third quarter,” NCUA Chairman Todd M. Harper said. “The changes in the interest rate environment over the last several months increased the income and earnings of the Fund.”The Share Insurance Fund reported net income of $26.2 million, $20.2 billion in assets, and $73.7 million in total income for the third quarter of 2022. The equity ratio for the Fund remains at 1.26 percent.Per NCUA policy, the equity ratio is updated on a semi-annual basis. The equity ratio as of June 30, 2022, was 1.26 percent, which remained the same from December 2021, and was calculated using an insured share base of $1.69 trillion on June 30, 2022.Additionally, for the third quarter of 2022:The number of composite CAMELS codes 4 and 5 credit unions increased 2.6 percent from the end of the second quarter, to 120 from 117. Assets for these credit unions increased 2.7 percent from the second quarter to $3.8 billion from $3.7 billion.The number of composite CAMELS code 3 credit unions increased 1.7 percent from the end of the second quarter, to 768 from 755. Assets for these credit unions increased 7.6 percent from the second quarter to $47.9 billion from $44.5 billion.“Unfortunately, the Share Insurance Fund report this quarter also shows another side of rising interest rates with an increase in the number of credit unions with a composite CAMELS code 3, 4, or 5 rating,” Chairman Harper said. “Additionally, several credit unions have experienced liquidity issues recently, including some with more than $1 billion in assets. And, with ongoing inflationary pressures and continued interest rate increases likely, the potential for headwinds slowing the economy and increasing stress on households and financial institutions continues to grow.“The NCUA Board will continue to monitor trends and developments in the economy, financial markets, and credit unions. If any issues arise, the Board will also be ready to take action to protect credit union members and the Share Insurance Fund.”At the end of the third quarter of 2022, there were four federally insured credit union failures that cost the Share Insurance Fund $7.0 million in losses.The third-quarter figures are preliminary and unaudited. Additional information on the performance of the Share Insurance Fund is available on NCUA.gov.Access Board Action Memorandums and NCUA rule changes at www.ncua.gov. The NCUA also live streams, archives, and posts videos of open Board meetings online.

Fellaship podcast
Episode 68: Albuquerque Song Contest (classic)

Fellaship podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 59:00


This week the Fellas talk about the Bearded Drag-Queen, hanging in Sudan, Medical Robots, Banana AIDS, and PornHub saving the world Stop kissing Camels bais!!!

Bad Brain
Ep. 12 - “White Tongue Camels”

Bad Brain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 176:18


Boys talk Lebron James, Giselle and how many d*cks Marc could fit in his mouth. They have a draft on Animated Movies and discuss movie of the week “Mother!”

The Holy Post
Episode 534: Does Ministry Matter More than the Marketplace? with Joe Leininger

The Holy Post

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 74:39


With the midterm elections happening in the U.S., we've seen a rise in both hyperbolic political rhetoric and political violence. There's evidence that fewer Christians are willing to denounce the use of armed conflict to achieve political goals, with some even arguing America was founded on it. Are they right? Is there a Christian case for political violence? Then, Skye interviews Joe Leininger, a Christian business leader about his journey from believing God only cared about ministry to a much wider vision of his work in the world. Leininger's new book, “Dirt Clods and Donkeys: An experiment in mentoring that changed lives,” explores how he has helped other Christians in the marketplace develop a more integrated faith. Also this week—Indiana police pursue Pikachu, don't kiss camels in Qatar, and Kaitlyn explains why she's a nerd but not a geek. Holy Post merch! - https://www.holypost.com/shop News Segment 00:00 - Intro 5:27 - Police pursue Pikachu 11:27 - Camels in Qatar 18:35 - Political violence 42:25 - Sponsor: Biola University's Talbot School of Theology Visit www.biola.edu/talbot for more information and to apply today. Interview with Joe Leininger “Dirt Clods and Donkeys” - https://amzn.to/3G22UQE Joe Leininger - https://joeleininger.com 43:36 - Interview intro 46:09 - Formation in faith and business 51:28 - Christian assumptions about business 55:50 - A wider vision of God's work in the world 1:01:45 - Capitalism 1:05:44 - Risk and allocation of resources 1:09:31 - Mentoring 1:14:10 - Credits Links from news segment: “Indiana man dressed as Pikachu ran from police on lawn mower, cops say” - https://fox59.com/indiana-news/indiana-man-dressed-as-pikachu-ran-from-police-on-lawn-mower-cops-say/ “World Cup fans told ‘steer clear of camels' in Qatar due to bug ‘deadlier than Covid' - https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/world-cup-camels-covid-bug-28373022 “Some American Protestants Aren't Letting Go of Revolution” - https://www.christianitytoday.com/news/2022/november/protestants-political-violence-protest-pelosi.html Holy Post website: https://www.holypost.com/ Holy Post Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/holypost The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

Billy Newman Photo Podcast
Billy Newman Photo Podcast | 238 Kodak Film, Oregon Camels

Billy Newman Photo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 21:36


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If you get value out of the photography content I produce, consider making a sustaining value for value financial contribution, Visit the Support Page here. You can find my latest photo books all on Amazon here. Website Billy Newman Photo https://billynewmanphoto.com/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/billynewmanphoto Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/billynewmanphotos/ Twitter https://twitter.com/billynewman Instagram https://www.instagram.com/billynewman/ About   https://billynewmanphoto.com/about/ 0:14 Hello, and thank you very much for listening to this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. Today we're looking at a video or excuse me, a photograph that was taken on film on avatar film. It's one of those Kodak films, there's portrait there's actor, I'm sure there's probably a whole bunch out there like Kodak gold or whatever the cheap stuff that used to get for your, your disposable camera used to be or your little point and shoot back in the 90s. But this was shot on acti I think it was one of the professional-grade films. I have not never known too much about film or film stocks or like the difference between slide film or was it Velvia or porch, or active. But I knew I got into acting because I liked that contrast II just had a crisp look to it and pulled out a lot of blues and a lot of greens that I had trouble getting in some of the other film stocks I was using, like, like I think if you use Fujifilm, you get a lot of all of the tones, that sort of thing. So I liked a lot of the crisp look that I got into color reproduction using this film stock. And this was back in, I think 2014 when reality when we were out at Loma lo like in Central Oregon, or kind of the central cascades of Oregon, maybe sort of north of Crater Lake, but a cool spot up there. And I just kind of like the silver lining of the clouds and the width of the light sort of diffused amongst this photo. It was kind of cool. But I think everything in this role turned out. Pretty interestingly, I think it was from a trip around the token e falls area, which will probably run through a few more photos up. 1:49 You can see more of my work at Billy Newman photo comm you can check out some of my photo books on Amazon. I think if you look at Billy Newman under the author's section there and see some of the photo books on film on the desert, on surrealism, camping, and cool stuff over there. So 360-degree photo work over the last couple of weeks has been cool. And I enjoyed it a lot. I liked doing the 360 stuff. I think back in June of 2018 we had done a bunch of podcasts about some of the 360 photography stuff that we were trying to do and some of the video stuff we were doing with the GoPro fusion at the time. And that was all cool and I liked that video a lot this time I was working with a Ricoh Theta zone. And I was going around to a few locations to try and get the photographs. Specifically, I think photographs are a lot in this circumstance, but not so many videos. But yeah, really interested in 360 photography, stuff that I was able, to edit together and capture during that time. So that was cool. But I went out to an area in, Central Oregon, that was pretty cool and went up on like a hillside to do some 360 work. And it's cool out there because you can see the topography of how the Great Basin was formed at the well I guess like during the whole era of the Pleistocene as it was for a long-standing period. Like a lake, it was just a big lake out there. And then as things started changing at the end of the Pleistocene, I think there were huge changes that ended the Great Basin stuff that ended a lot of the megafauna that was in the area. And that kind of changed the topography of the landscape over the last 10,000 years to be something much more of the high desert sagebrush Juniper tree exposed rock landscape that we see today and a lot less of the forested temperate kind of mountain climate that we have through the Cascades and three part of Oregon, I'm sure it was always more dry, given the rain, shatter the Cascade Mountains there. But I think for a long period, as according to signs posted on my drives, in areas where I go hiking sometimes but you know, like when you go up to someplace and it says, you know, this area so such and such time ago had these animals in it, where you see like giant beavers, or you see, like camels, or giant sloths, I guess, out of the area, too. There are all sorts of stuff that they had. That ended up being wiped out 100,000 years ago, 60,000 years ago, 210 20 10,000 years ago, or something like that. There are a lot of changes that happened throughout the Pleistocene, I guess, during what they call the quarternary period, a period of glaciations that the Earth has been involved in for the last 100,000 or 200, maybe million years. I'm not sure it's its last couple of 100,000 years we've been going in these cycles of glaciations, or you know, we're in an ice age period. So we go into an ice age like we have ice on the Earth right now. It'll be more ice at a point and then less ice at a point. More ice at a point less ice. So the point, I guess that's been going on for what they say somewhere around like 200,000 years, these 30,000-year periods of glaciation to nonglaciation, where like, I think we're coming, we're like on the far end of the Glacial Maximum now. So we had the, with the Glacial Maximum about like, what, 11,000 12,000 years ago? Or is that right? No, I must have been, like 15 20,000 years ago that we are the maximum, then it started receding. I suppose. That's when we were able to know that does it make sense we had like the land bridge, like the Beringia stuff where people got over that was probably 15 to 20,000. sea levels were low, or they were like, 400 feet, they squared along the coastlines. They came over through the land. So that was a pretty long ago. Why anyway, at some point, like I was there, like I'm gonna figure out Wait, let me remember. Let me think back to 15,000 years ago, where was I? Yeah, I wasn't here. So I don't know what happened. But apparently, there's been some recorded evidence that I was learning about. And I think it's like Montverde down in Chile. And that's a location where I think they carbon dated something to 15,000 years old, like human remains, the human element remains, there's, there's like a few locations here in Oregon, where they I guess, have evidence of the Clovis people that sort of around like the 1112 13,000 year mark. And then there's other evidence of things that are I don't know within like it's time it's like anything from like 7500 years to 15,000 years ago seems to all kind of be in flux have a date, because there's not many, 6:47 not many perfect ways to date that. And if it's a cultural artifact, like, an arrowhead, or a pot shard, or a scraper, there's some indication of how those things are going to be created, or how those artifacts are going to be created and how there's are going to remain like Folsom points or Clovis points are pretty distinct from each other, but they're not culturally distinct from each other. So it could be like a variation of many different tribes and languages and peoples. All well unrelated to each other but related with a similar vein of technology for a few 1000 years of you know, their tool use shape was kind of similar because they're all kind of from a similar descendency. But I think when you get like more than 100 miles away, your language is separate over like a couple of generations, you just got to speak different languages. But man wild stuff anyway. So I don't remember where we started with this. But I was out in Eastern Oregon, exploring the Great Basin, I went up on a hillside and public land and I was doing some 360 photography work with the Ricoh zeta Oh, Ricoh Theta zone. That's what it is. And yeah, I was capturing some stuff on a hillside really beautiful areas up there where those ridges kind of drop in and out. And so it's cool when you get like up to a higher elevation, you can kind of see the pockets of where these lakes and pools of water and kind of sat and rested for what seems like I think I was saying something about recording some 360 photographs up on some public land in the high desert, in the Lake County in Great Basin area of Eastern Oregon, beautiful spot over there. I enjoy it. And yeah, it was awesome to use the Ricoh Theta zone to be capturing some images up in that area, it's cool when you're at a higher elevation. And with a 360 camera, you can kind of it provides a little bit of a different perspective is seems silly to see like wider, but when you re when you kind of replay those images, and you're able to sort of look around in the context of what's the left and to the right of you, you're kind of able to put together the context of the landscape a little better, a little faster than you could if you just had a series of individual photographs that had segments of the wider landscape captured in it. So it's cool at that higher elevation, you can you can kind of look down to areas that we had been hiking around earlier in the day through some of the ridges and troughs that would be over in that area. And you can look down you know, it's like 500 feet down in elevation to what we thought was kind of the mountain top pass and then pass that as another maybe 1000 foot or a couple of 100-foot drop in elevation as it goes down toward the lake basin area. So all that was pretty cool. And what was also cool about it is just sort of visualizing how populated that area had been in the past, I think, you know before the Western expansion of the United States and as 1000s of years passed by, and This region of land and the Northwest that had been populated and that region specifically been populated by nomadic tribes that had been able to travel and subsist off of the wild game that was there, I think a lot of like antelope and deer, and it looks like bighorn sheep by some of their planning some kind of sheep, but it looks like that from some of their, their pictographs and petroglyphs information that they left then the dynamics of some of those populations of animals have changed in the time. Now given like modern day, I don't know, I don't know if we're gonna see a lot of sheep out there in Lake County. But there's one drawn on a rock out there. So they must have been trying to look for it. There's a lot of them in the southwest as he moved into the I think the Mohawk tribes. For him, that's more of a 3000 to 25 2000. I don't know, it's probably bad. It was 3600 years ago, so everything but 100 years ago I think it was like Captain jack over there Captain jack's stronghold for the Murdoch Indian Reservation area. That was like in the Indian Wars of the 1850s. So the last to tell them but yeah, there's some information about some of the pipe, the Piute Indians, I think the Northern piute that were in that area of Southern southeastern Oregon, Nevada, then into Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico if I kind of understood, right, but I know there's some fluctuations in there. And differences in timing and stuff. But yeah, dollar, is pretty cool stuff. 11:35 It was, it was awesome to get out there, it was cool to get out and kind of walk around in some areas of some public land, where we still have some access and still get out to try and do some photography stuff, even in this period where you're supposed to stay home and there's a lockdown it was, it was cool to kind of get out and try to do some exploring and some social distance conscious. I mean, that's fine with me, I don't, I don't have to be around a lot of people, it's better to do landscape wildlife photography work while you're sort of in some type of isolation. I'm sure like a lot of hunters are kind of considering something like that to you know, hunters, fishermen, people like hiking or you know, a lot of those solo activities, it's cool that you know, this kind of this time, sort of is provided a little bit of a reset for probably a lot of people out there to have a bit more time to invest in some of the things that they'd want to, I suppose a lot of folks are probably stuck more in their local area but it's a great time too, to get to invest in some things that seem more important to you. So that's what I've been trying to do. I hope you guys are doing well. Thanks a lot for listening to this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. You can check out more at Billy Newman's photo calm I'll be doing a ton of updates over there. The airplane is taking off. Sounds like prop plans are about to fly over my head. It's like that scene in North by Northwest or Cary Grant starts getting run down by that biplane. That'd be scary. 13:04 So that's that in the future. You can check out more information at Billy Newman's photo comm 13:14 you can go to Billy Newman photo.com Ford slash support if you want to help me out and participate in the value-for-value model that we're running this podcast with. If you receive some value out of some of the stuff that I was talking about, you're welcome to help me out and send some value my way through the portal at Billy Newman photo comm forward slash support you can also find more information there about Patreon and the way that I use it if you're interested or feel more comfortable using Patreon that's patreon.com forward slash Billy Newman photo and I'm happy with the seminar so far I've been looking at trying to pick up a battery grip for it you know I did a wedding this weekend which is great shooting a wedding and those are really fun events to go through and a seven I did a pretty good job in almost every capacity I love the low light of it. The way the sensor works is great and super high quality all of those things fit the mark for what I need, but it was interesting I was noticing that in low life the autofocus for that camera doesn't function in a way that I need it to or I'm missing some stuff that I want and that's where I see the real benefit and in some of the older systems I mean even like Can't I contrast base autofocus systems that were in the Nikon or Canon systems for the last like 15 or 20 years are superior to what I'm seeing in some of the expression of what the early Sony autofocus stuff can do. You know it's like in focus, right you're looking at a frame it's in focus your autofocus point is on the thing. It's a contrast point, there's plenty of light on it. You go to auto focus and then your lens just spins out and it does not for like four seconds just spins out to infinity and to see just blurriness you lose the moment completely it comes kind of back in maybe it finally grabs focus and then you take the picture but you kind of miss everything or you just I don't know like there's a lot of times where you're waiting for the camera to focus who really should just be like pull up to your eye it sees focus hit it grab it click it go I'm having a harder time with that than what I thought I might and I think some of that could be because of the lack of the phase detection autofocus system that like the the newer a seven r two has the a seven to a seven as to a nine or a nine right yeah that's a that's a Sony one and like a lot of the new Canon cameras they have this phase detection system is supposed to be some better multiplexing system of finding autofocus but there used to be systems that worked pretty good like my d3 at 53 autofocus points and they can pull up I think I don't know something like that but you know, plenty autofocus points and they can grab your autofocus point even in pretty low light they could kind of get oh that's at infinity or that's pretty close to right next to me so I'll stay there so it's interesting kind of learning how that behaves. But overall the photos from the wedding came out really well a lot of this stuff worked out very nicely I've been really happy with it but another thing that I noticed is with running was running a camera as a device like more like an iPad or like more like your phone you know where it's got it's got some screen on a lot of the time it's got processing stuff going on it's moving gigabytes and gigabytes of data to a card it's just drawing from the battery almost constantly I mean like during a wedding I guess to kind of think of power consumption like this I wrote 48 gigabytes of data to SD cards and so that's going to take some amount of battery energy you know stored energy to write all that data to a card and so in that capacity I kind of do get that it would take a good bit of power to write that much information down to capture it and then write that much information if you think about everything that has to do so in that way and then run a screen and you know run the processing and run it visually and all that so I kind of forgive it and it capacity but what I noticed though is that I really did go through a couple batteries shooting and just sort of a regular fashion at this wedding for for most of the day is like a full day shooting but it really was burning through those batteries pretty quickly like you look at it like oh Whoa, I just I just use like 10% in a pretty short amount of time. And so with that, I was kind of thinking and as it's been the plan for a long time for just I don't know the kind of like a best use case for professionalism what I want to do is get the battery grip that goes in accompaniment with the seminar and the battery grip I think it's it's you know it's like a Sony piece that fits yeah I haven't seen a battery grip before but you know the one where you can throw the two camera batteries into the battery grip you can get an extended amount of life from your camera that way and you get like the portraits or what is it like the vertical shutter release? You know so you can flip the camera up and shoot in portrait mode and try yeah like the size of it the look of it, it'll be an awesome kind of compact professional 18:14 What is it not SLR I keep wanting to say professional SLR but it's an Interland interchangeable lens camera that's rolling right off my tongue isn't it so yeah, it's gonna be interesting I want to go for the battery grip though and I think that could kind of solve some of the problems that I'm having with battery usage issues of the camera kind of coming up dad after two or three hours or whatever it is? So I don't know I've heard plenty of other people about wedding photography kind of complain or grass a little bit about some of the features that are associated or some of the things that make the workflow of a wedding work of a wedding shoot go by a little bit more difficulty with a featured camera like the seminar, I've heard of people that are really into it, too. So you know, it seems like a couple of different things. But low light autofocus is an issue on that camera, I can tell that some stuff doesn't do now. So with that, and with the concept of like what I like to shoot or you know, like, kind of still moving things or landscapes, low light firearm stuff, if I try and get into that more, I wouldn't run into that same kind of problem with as much repetition because you know, you're not shooting a high volume of frames, you're not shooting an event based situation. So it's kind of a different sort of scenario and you don't seem to you're you're wanting to manually focus and take time and take multiple frames of the same thing. And in some of those, some of those more set up Fine Art situations or landscape situations like you're trying to take your time and those squares in with event and wedding photography, that kind of process. It's just it's really fast. You're trying to move different moving elements into different places and get photographs of You're just doing a lot all at one time over a short amount of length of the amount of time that the, you know the event. So not enough is all right. I did great and had a great time at the wedding. How about you are, you know, savage people out of it your food, got a bunch of great photos, brought them home started processing them. That's a really interesting part of me. I've gone through like a big batch of photos and I've gotten kind of used to that over time of getting through a big batch of photos, but it is always sort of overwhelming when you're like wow, that's a lot. That's like a whole big data project I got to go through now again, you don't realize how much it takes to get through a bunch of stuff when you finish it. Thanks a lot for checking out this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. Hope you guys check out some stuff on Billy Newman photo.com a few new things up there some stuff on the homepage, good links to other outbound sources, some links to books, and links to some podcasts. Like these blog posts are pretty cool. Yeah, check it out at Billy numina photo.com. Thanks a lot for listening to this episode and the back end. 21:08 Thank you

The Withering Effect - Minecraft Podcast
Episode 161: Minecraft 1.19.3, a Minor Version with Major Features

The Withering Effect - Minecraft Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 45:07


In this episode, DuDs and Jimbo discuss the new features in Snapshot 22w42a/Preview 1.19.50.21, for Minecraft 1.19.3, these include experimental features for Minecraft 1.20 which are available through built-in experimental data packs (which Jimbo was seemingly unaware of). These include Bundles (Java only), Hanging Signs, Chiseled Bookshelves, Bamboo Wood, and Camels. In addition, this snapshot reworks the Creative Inventory tabs and adds a new “Panorama Scroll Speed” accessibility option. Plus, We have three listener comments; the first is from Jronman asking which update we would like to see after an Inventory update, assuming 1.20 is the Inventory update (which we now know it's not). The second is from JesseW asking about adding more ancient mobs in the future now we are getting the Sniffer, perhaps a more hostile one similar to a raptor or T-Rex? The final question is from BooN asking what we think of the new Bamboo wood type and if other blocks should get a patterned version. Also, they look at ways to fix the winner of our Mending Minecraft vote for Structure of the Week. Minecraft Java Snapshot 22w42a: https://minecraft.net/en-us/article/minecraft-snapshot-22w42a Minecraft Bedrock Preview 1.19.50.21: https://minecraft.net/en-us/article/minecraft-preview-1-19-50-21 Thank you to our Milk level Patrons: Aerington, aubni, BoboPlaysGames, FragileRock, Funkyllama, KC Plays Games, LOKIOLR, Nathlech, and viperoustuna Discord: https://discord.gg/gqnKyeZ Patreon: https://patreon.com/thewitheringeffect Website: http://thewitheringeffect.com/ E-Mail: podcast@thewitheringeffect.com Voice Message: https://anchor.fm/thewitheringeffect/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/WitheringEffect YouTube: https://youtube.com/thewitheringeffect Instagram: https://instagram.com/witheringeffect Show Hosts DuDs YouTube: https://youtube.com/DuDs_vs DuDs Twitter: https://twitter.com/DuDs_vs DuDs Twitch: https://twitch.tv/DuDs_vs Jimbo YouTube: https://youtube.com/JimboSlice23Gaming Jimbo Twitter: https://twitter.com/JimboSlice23_ Jimbo Twitch: https://twitch.tv/JimboSlice23_ Digital Producer CarlRyds YouTube: https://youtube.com/CarlRydsGaming CarlRyds Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarlRyds CarlRyds Twitch: https://twitch.tv/CarlRydsGaming Music Master DiiKoj YouTube: https://youtube.com/DiiKoj DiiKoj Twitter: https://twitter.com/DiiKoj

Exceeding Grace Christian Center
The Camels Are Coming!

Exceeding Grace Christian Center

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 99:55


Apostle Benjamin Smith of Nassau, Bahamas prophetically declares the camels are coming!

Positive Thinking
Episode 70: The Camels have Conditions

Positive Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 52:32


This episode explains the great wealth transfer and the conditions required to be completed by those who are called by God.

Geocaching Scripture
On Gnats and Camels, Matthew 4:23-24

Geocaching Scripture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 13:40


The Pharisees didn't eat gnats because they weren't kosher, but camels aren't either, so what's going on? Jesus delivers one of his famous one-liners to his critics, mixing absurd images and fantastical situations. We also learn why it's better to show up on time than show up with flowers. Tune in.

Renaissance Christian Fellowship
The Camels Are Coming

Renaissance Christian Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 32:57


A prophetic teaching about the coming end-time harvest of souls and wealth for the end-time harvest.

Silent Podcasts
The Amazing Race Season 34 | Episode 5

Silent Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 54:17


Silent Podcasts is here with The Amazing Race! Join Sasha Joseph (@funSize_04) with a guest as they travel around the world with the cast of season 34!! In this episode, Sasha is joined by Sabrina (@sabreezy2492) to talk about all things Camels and Slide Puzzles!! -------------------Follow us on Twitter: @Silent_PodcastsSubscribe to Silent Podcasts on YouTube Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Everything Under The Sun
How many emotions are there? With Julia Samuel. Do snails go upside down? Why do camels have lumps on their backs?

Everything Under The Sun

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 12:13


On this award winning show with Molly Oldfield discover the answer to three questions sent into Everything Under The Sun by children around the world!First up we tackle Beniga's question how many emotions do we have? With the help of Julia Samuel, psychotherapist, author, podcaster and emotions expert! We also think about if snails can go upside down? asked by Toby, and then we find out the answer to Jess's question about why camels have lumps on their backs? Enjoy the show!Do check out Molly's book filled with 366 of your wonderful questions, one for every day of the year. You can find out about it here:www.mollyoldfield.com/everything-under-the-sunand more info is on social media@mollyoldfieldwrites and @everythingunderthesunpod on instagramand @mollyoldfield on twitterThank you! Have a lovely week! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Happy Brain
Happy Brain Postcard From Morocco: Camels and Sunset!

Happy Brain

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 6:37


The Happy Brain Podcast went mobile with a beautiful Camel ride at sunset. This touched on being outdoors, the healing properties of animals and being present and grateful for special moments. Enjoy! *** Connect with us! ---- Connect with Happy Brain and Sean Bloch ◼️ Show Instagram @happybrainfm ◼️ Instagram:@seanstevebloch ◼️ Twitter: @seanstevebloch

East Booneville Baptist Church
Gnats and Camels (Matthew 23:23-24)

East Booneville Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 33:07


Dig Straight Down - A Minecraft Podcast
What Is the 1.20 Update? | Minecraft Live Recap! Camels, Bamboo, and More!

Dig Straight Down - A Minecraft Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 20:39


Links Email: digstraightdowncast@gmail.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RebelJC_92 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/RebelJC Minecraft Now: Live Build Session! - YouTube In this episode Music: Manilla Chill - Kicktracks Used under Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Link: https://hypeddit.com/track/8owfoc

Lions Led By Donkeys Podcast
Episode 230 - The Khivan Campaign of 1839

Lions Led By Donkeys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 80:17


Joe is joined by the hosts of Ukraine without Hype to talk about the time the Russian Empire fell for a con artist and invaded a khanate to try to steal gold that didn't exist. Check out Ukraine without Hype: https://twitter.com/HypeUkraine Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/lionsledbydonkeys Sources: Morrison, Alexander, "The Russian Conquest of Central Asia" "A Narrative of the Russian Military Expedition to Khiva under General Perofski", Translated from the Russian for the Foreign Department of the Government of India, Calcutta, 1867 ‘Pray for the Camels': The Winter Invasion of Khiva, 1839–41

Sonlife Church Teaching Podcast
Camels and Cash - Mark 10:13-31 - The Book of Mark

Sonlife Church Teaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 38:33


Mark 10:13-31

TRIFLIX CAST
The Denver Airport Saga - S4E3

TRIFLIX CAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 83:40


Camels are going through drive-throughs, the guys dream about owning a van, and our team details why they HATE the Denver airport! It is also time to introduce a new segment called Random Bleeps. Plus, find out how to utilize shadows when shooting portraits. There is a lot going and it's only episode 3... BUCKLE UP! Huge thanks to our sponsors, Coffeehouse Five & Passion for Acting Theater Company!

Nature Notes from Marfa Public Radio
At Midland’s Sibley Center, an Ice Age Adventure is Underway

Nature Notes from Marfa Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022


Mammoths and mastodons. Camels and horses. Giant ground sloths. Beavers the size of bears. Herds of massive bison antiquus. And the immense predators – the American lion, the scimitar-toothed cat. A day in Ice Age West Texas would have put … Continue reading → Hosted by for KRTS

Astrophiz Podcasts
Astrophiz158-Ana Maria Delgado

Astrophiz Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 43:08


Astrophiz 158: Ana Maria Delgado – Machine Learning & Galaxy Halos Today you will be hearing a wonderful story from Ana Maria Delgado and her entry into Science and the Arts and some of her highlights as an inspiring ‘career changer', accomplished astrophysicist, cosmologist, coder and PhD researcher … Ana Maria is a CUNY (City University of New York) Alumnus and now a Harvard Astronomy graduate and PhD student who is using her novel machine learning techniques on supercomputers to clarify our understandings of dark matter halos around massive galaxies Ana Maria's career began as a photography teacher and then as a Special Education teacher in NY Public Schools. You will hear about her student-inspired career change which involved her first Degree in physics at CUNY and followed by her innovative PhD research which is coupled with her collaborations on *CAMELS projects involving galaxy evolution simulations with over 100 billion particles and fluid elements. This is a fabulously inspiring interview you are guaranteed to thoroughly enjoy * CAMELS = Cosmology and Astrophysics with MachinE Learning Simulations. CAMELS is a gigantic collection of different Universes, each with a different cosmology and different astrophysics. The simulations of the CAMELS project are run using supercomputers at New York and San Diego using thousands of cores for months.

The Fighting Moose
The Ship of the Desert

The Fighting Moose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 14:21


When I think of the Middle East, I think of deserts. And when you think of deserts, what do you think of? Camels? Alright! Well, that is what today's episode is all about. We talk about “The Ship of the Desert” which comes to us from the book “The Animal Story Book” edited by Andrew Lang.   Website: http://www.thefightingmoose.com/   Blog https://thefightingmoosepodcast.blogspot.com/   iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fighting-moose/id1324413606?mt=2/   Story (PDF): http://ww.thefightingmoose.com/episode317.pdf   Reading List: http://www.thefightingmoose.com/readinglist.pdf   YouTube: https://youtu.be/Hycn_BHfxG4/   Book(s): “The Animal Story Book” http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/38208   Music/Audio: Artist – Analog by Nature http://dig.ccmixter.org/people/cdk   National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): http://www.nasa.gov   Song(s) Used: cdk - Sunday by Analog By Nature (c) copyright 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/cdk/53755  

Camel Call - Sports Podcast
Camel Call Friday | Baseball's Justin Haire, Homecoming Preview

Camel Call - Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 29:58


We talk details with Campbell Head Baseball Coach Justin Haire on how he built his program into a national force that produces Major League draft pics. Plus, Evan Budrovich and Chris Hemeyer give you all, I mean ALL the details, schedules...everything you wanted to know about Homecoming! And Camels, lots and lots of Camels...

ThePrint
ThePrintPod: Curious case of the missing camels—trafficked from Rajasthan, lost in Varanasi, court steps in

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 10:49


Nobody has seen the 'missing camels' in the last three weeks–not the villagers, or animal rights activists.----more----Read the article here: https://theprint.in/features/curious-case-of-the-missing-camels-trafficked-from-rajasthan-lost-in-varanasi-court-steps-in/1156176/

John and Ken on Demand
John & Ken Show Hour 1 (10/05)

John and Ken on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 36:52


More on the man in Studio City who was attacked by homeless people living behind his home on an embankment. Where do all the homeless people end up when they don't get off the metro system. More on the high gas prices in California and the investigation into the death of an LAPD officer during a training incident. Camels love In N Out fries.

Luxury Travel Insider
Dubai | Expert Panel: A Land Where Dreams Become Reality

Luxury Travel Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 48:50


Today we're visiting Dubai, the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates. We'll explore the bustling city, the desert landscape, the incredible man-made achievements, and the melting pot culture.  Our guests today are Emanuela Setterberg, GM of one of our favorite hotels in Dubai, One & Only The Palm and Tom Roelens, GM of the soon to open and highly anticipated, Atlantis The Royal.  While the properties are just 5 kilometers apart, they are worlds away from each other in terms of experience. From the calm oasis environment of The Palm to the glitz and glamor of The Royal. But… it's what they have in common that is so special - the true heart of Emirati hospitality is on display.     Learn more at www.luxtravelinsider.com   Connect with me on Social: Instagram LinkedIn

In the Word
Kids, Camels, and the Kingdom

In the Word

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 51:27


Matthew 19:13-30

Tamed Cynic
We're All Camels Headed Towards the Eye of a Needle

Tamed Cynic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 28:04


Matthew 5.38-48

Idolatry on SermonAudio
Of Camels and Needles

Idolatry on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 38:00


A new MP3 sermon from Cornerstone Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Of Camels and Needles Speaker: Chris J. Marley Broadcaster: Cornerstone Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: Luke 18:18-30 Length: 38 min.

With Flying Colors
NCUA's Insurance Fund Briefing - CAMELS & What It Means for Credit Unions

With Flying Colors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 15:51


Every quarter NCUA Board briefs the credit union community on the state of the NCUSIF - National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund.In this episode I summarize what NCUA said during its one hour briefing and what my take is on what it means for credit unions.I discuss:CAMEL CodesInsurance PremiumsInsurance DividendsThe health of the fund.How inflation, tightening liquidity, and the economy can impact the insurance fundSmall Credit Unions potentially losing access to the Central Liquidity Facility & Morehttps://www.ncua.gov/files/agenda-items/share-insurance-fund-board-briefing-20220922.pdf

Blockbuster Wives
Ep. 13 - The Mummy, the Origin of Camels, and Hot Casts (w/ Branden)

Blockbuster Wives

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 78:11


Stacy and Shea continue Brendan Fall-ser with Branden, a community organizer and superfan of the film THE MUMMY (1999)!

CONK! Daily
CONK! News Weekend - Ilhan Omar Bobblehead Edition (Sep. 23-25, '22)

CONK! Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 77:06


CONK! News Editor-in-Chief JIM PETERS welcomes CONK! News Contributors TIM CONAWAY and LARRY NEWMAN. Topics include: Ilhan Omar's minions rip off the government to the tune of $250 million; New York AG Letitia James sues Trump - but it's a *civil* lawsuit; and we're in an "Orwellian" war for the "soul of our nation" - whatever that means. Plus, Conaway smokes unfiltered Camels while behind a giant desk with no pants on - not to be missed!

Daily Verse by Verse
Gen 24:15-23 Camels say what?

Daily Verse by Verse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 13:38


How much does a camel drink?

The Sports Objective Podcast
PIRATE PREVIEW: CAMPBELL PxP Voice Chris Hemeyer & Head Coach Mike Minter

The Sports Objective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 91:13


East Carolina and Campbell will square off for the first time since 1939. Camels' PxP Voice Chris Hemeyer returns to the show PLUS comments from Head Coach Mike Minter. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thesportsobj/support

The Ghost Story Guys
S6 Ep34: When Life Gives You Camels

The Ghost Story Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 83:17 Very Popular


We've gone viral but not for any reason we ever could have predicted. Hint: it involves camels. We also cover some recent show-related synchronicities before diving into tales of mimics, time shifting, Basketball Head, and a whole lot more. Story Time Codes A Man in the Woods (16:35) A History of Haunting (26:40) Shifting (38:25) The Demon Hole (48:15) The Monster in the Cupboard (57:00) Goodnight, Mommy (1:02:00) Links and Media mentioned on this episode: LA Neighbors 4 Neighbors: https://opencollective.com/lan4n Camel Reel: https://www.instagram.com/reel/Chptu2nJ5tT/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Exists [movie] Willow Creek [movie] Men [movie] Music on This Episode: Main Theme:     "Radio (Into the Darkness We Go)" by Podzontommusic Stories Theme:  "The Future Belongs to Them Now" by Hexxagram Bumpers:           "Buildings Burn" by Rainy Days For Ghosts "Radio", & "The Future Belongs to Them Now" are used with permission. All other music is composed by Rainy Days For Ghosts. Want more show AND ad-free episodes? Come find us on Patreon!  We have bonus podcasts, our monthly live stream, and so much more. Click on over to Patreon.com/GhostStoryGuys to check it out! Grab yourself some Ghost Story Guys merch at our Red Bubble and TeePublic stores! Comment? Suggestion? Story you want to tell? E-mail us at ghoststoryguys@gmail.com or call The Ghost Line at 1-888-588-6920 to leave us one, or a series of questions. The Ghost Story Guys are: Brennan Storr - Host, Writer, Producer   Paul Bestall - Co-Host   Luke Greensmith - Researcher   Sarah Kent - Support   Anthony Germaine - Researcher   Rachel GW - Facebook admin Rainy Days For Ghosts - Composer Pins and signed copies of "A Strange Little Place" are available via Big Cartel.     

The Delicious Legacy
The History of Spice Trade Pt3

The Delicious Legacy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 37:06


The spice trade episode was an epic undertaking and I am so pleased with it, but sadly we have reached the end!On this final part we are examining a number of other spices -namely black pepper, cardamom and ginger- and we learn about the demise of the Nabateans in the early centuries of our common era. We also see how the clever tribes enhanced the selling of their incense and spices by weaving elaborate stories, with monsters and dangerous birds guarding the valuable trees!The ancient world was highly globalised and the Arabian traders were in the middle of a lucrative route; incense and spices and precious, exotic luxury goods were coming from the East and used in the West, for many millennia. For rituals, for food and seen as items that bestowed power and authority to the person who possessed them. Were the magical tears of Frankinsence, much coveted by the Egyptian Nobility, the thing that kick-started the global race for spices?Enjoy!Music by Epidemic Sound and Motion Array exceptTheme of The Delicious Legacy and end song by Pavlos KapralosFree Mily by Miltos BoumisVoiceover actors appearing in order : Mark Knight, Baron Anastis, Jim Bryden, Rachael Louise Miller.Sources:The Periplous of the Erythraean Sea (ancient unknown author),Roman Arabia by BowersockCumin, Camels and Caravans - A Spice Odyssey by Gary Paul Nabhan Food in the Ancient World from A to Z by Andrew Dalby.Wikipedia : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinnamonhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-Roman_trade_relationshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-Islamic_Arabiahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Ocean_tradeSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-delicious-legacy. If you love to time-travel through food and history why not join us at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-delicious-legacy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Delicious Legacy
The History of Spice Trade Pt2

The Delicious Legacy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 27:08


Making this episode was an epic adventure, "travelling" through the ancient world and through time, so I had to divide it into three parts.Today in part two of our adventure amongst other things we follow the trails of frankinsence and who were the Nabataeans?The ancient spice route is inextricably linked with the Arabian peninsula. At first, this seems a little bit odd perhaps, and a little baffling. Why this inhospitable desert, is connected with the spice trade so closely?In today's part two of our trilogy about the ancient history of the spices and spice trade, we'll talk about the Frankincense and other spices introduced to the temples and plates of ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans.Let's delve a bit deeper to the history of aromatics and spices, their use in ancient Greece and EgyptThe ancient world was highly globalised and the Arabian traders were in the middle of a lucrative route; Incense and spices and precious, exotic luxury goods were coming from the East and used in the West, for many millennia. For rituals, for food and seen as items that bestowed power and authority to the person who possessed them.Enjoy!Music by Epidemic Sound and Motion Array exceptTheme of The Delicious Legacy and end song by Pavlos KapralosFree Mily by Miltos BoumisVoiceover actors appearing in order : Mark Knight, Baron Anastis, Jim Bryden, Rachael Louise Miller.Sources:The Periplous of the Erythraean Sea (ancient unknown author),Roman Arabia by BowersockCumin, Camels and Caravans - A Spice Odyssey by Gary Paul Nabhan Food in the Ancient World from A to Z by Andrew Dalby.Wikipedia : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinnamonhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-Roman_trade_relationshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-Islamic_Arabiahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Ocean_tradeSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-delicious-legacy. If you love to time-travel through food and history why not join us at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-delicious-legacy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Mistress Carrie Podcast
The Retaliators-Zoltan Bathory from FFDP and Jacoby Shaddix from Papa Roach

The Mistress Carrie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 52:48


Zoltan Bathory from Five Finger Death Punch & Jacoby Shaddix from Papa Roach, are both out on the road in support of their new albums, and they are both in the upcoming film The Retaliators, which hits theaters on September 14. Zoltan talks to Mistress Carrie about the film, the bands new album Afterlife (out 8/19), atrial arts, his work ethic, and more. Jacoby is out on the Rockzilla tour, and checked in with Mistress Carrie about making his acting debut, having a son in college, his friendship with Ronnie Radke, Motley Crue, Pantera, 'Nu-Metal, Tommy Lee's penis, Camels, and much more!Check out the custom playlist for Episode #115Watch the official trailer for The Retaliators here! Find Five Finger Death Punch Online:TwitterWebsiteFacebookInstagramYoutubeFind Zoltan Bathory Online:TwitterInstagramFacebookFind Jacoby Shaddix Online:Hear Jacoby Shaddix on Episode #48 of The Mistress Carrie Podcast here.FacebookInstagramTwitterTikTokFind Papa Roach Online:FacebookInstagramTwitterWebsiteYoutubeFind Mistress Carrie Online:Official WebsiteThe Mistress Carrie Backstage Pass on PatreonTwitterFacebookInstagramYouTubeCameoTikTok

Father Simon Says
Father Simon Says - August 16, 2022 - Camels and Needles

Father Simon Says

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 53:55


Bible Study: (1:30) EZ 28:1-10 Father gives some historical background on the first reading MT 19:23-30 What's the emblem of our prosperity?  Letters: (12:49) Listener asks a question about the temple tax  Can I go to Saturday mass for Sunday?  Where does it say in the Bible that we should pray to Mary?  John asks about the Grand Inquisitor scene in the Brothers Karamazov  Word of the Day: Camel (32:04) Callers  (39:36) - If somebody refuses to be baptized, is there a chance they could still go to heaven? (45:41) - Does prayer in other religions works? 

The Power Trip
HR. 2 - Camels - The Power Trip

The Power Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 52:27


Ben Leber joins the show and talks about the Zach Wilson/mom's friend story and Halvy has the news including a story about a camel who attacked two people in Stearns County.