(00:00) Holley and Smith react to Mike Tomlin's firm dismissal of any interest in the USC head coaching job (24:00) Vincent Goodwill stops by to talk Chicago Bulls rebuild, Hornets hot start and early predictions for division leaders(41:00) Robert Mays from The Athletic comes on to explain the successful rise of Ja'Marr Chase and let down of Justin Fields by the Chicago Bears(56:00) Holley and Smith give Alvin Kamara his props after a great game then discuss the impact of Russell Wilson's absence from the team(1:14:00) Chris Harris Jr joins the show to share his experiences playing CB for the up and coming Chargers in a division with Patrick Mahomes(1:29:00) The brothers assess the haul obtained by a fan who returned Brady's 600TD ball then some sneakerhead talk after a pair of game used Jordan's sold for 1.47 million at auction
The Packers improve to 6-1 after a 24-10 win over the Washington Football Team at Lambeau Field. After some overall thoughts about the win, we jump into the game breakdown, starting with the offensive side of the ball, starting with the struggles of the offensive line, particularly in the running game (00:05:15). On the flip side, Aaron Rodgers was very effective passing despite a few sacks, and was able to get a number of guys involved outside of Davonte Adams, particularly Robert Tonyan and Allen Lazard (00:08:28). After the break, we get into the defensive performances, starting with the impact of Rashan Gary having a monster game, particularly in the second half (00:18:25). Next we look at some of the inconsistencies at inside linebacker opposite De'Vondre Campbell, as well as the overall solid play of the secondary despite being shorthanded at CB (00:24:50). Before finishing up, we chat about some positives from Special Teams (00:34:04), as well as our nominations for our #BeLegendary Cheesehead Players of the Week (00:38:27). https://lombardislegends.com Twitter: @LombardiLegends Instagram: LombardisLegends Facebook: @LombardisLegends YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAdWjeSi1MY347si-6RucUg Intro/Outro Music – Green And The Gold (West Coast Packers Anthem) (feat. Joey G). Played with permission from Young Trav and Joey G - Support them (@youngtrav_951 and @jhussle714 on IG): https://music.apple.com/us/artist/young-trav/259914092
1. Do you think Malik Willis is worth a roll of the dice in the first round, if not the top-10 picks and if so, why? 2. Based on what you have seen on tape, what is your opinion of Matt Corral and how does he project to the NFL? 3. What makes Kayvon Thibodeaux so special and what (aside from this talent poor QB class) makes him worthy of the #1 overall pick? 4. Currently, it looks as if there is going to be a tight race to be the second EDGE off the board between Michigan's Aidan Hutchinson and Purdue's George Karlaftis. At this time, which one of those two stud Big Ten pass rushers do you like better and why? 5. What makes Evan Neal stand out from the rest of this talented OT class and do you think he has a legit case to be in the conversation for the #1 overall pick? 6. Arguably THE deepest position group in this year's draft class is at CB. Although LSU's Derek Stingley, Jr. is regarded as the best of the bunch, two other corners that are impressing tremendously are Andrew Booth, Jr. of Clemson and Kaiir Elam of Florida. Would it either shock or surprise you if both of the latter joined Stingley as top-10 picks and/or make an equally compelling case to be the first corner off the board? 7. It is pretty rare that we see a safety selected in the top five, but 2022 could very well be anomaly with Notre Dame's Kyle Hamilton. What qualifies Kyle Hamilton to be the exception to the rule of not drafting a safety super high in the draft? 8. Do you think Jahan Dotson has already made a solid case to be considered the best WR in the 2022 NFL Draft? 9. Buy or Sell -Jameson Williams (WR, Alabama) -Kenny Pickett (QB, Pittsburgh) -Travon Walker (DE, Georgia) -Zion Johnson (G, Boston College) -Bernhard Reimann (OT, Central Michigan) 10. Top-10 Mock 1. Lions: Kayvon Thibodeaux 2. Texans: Malik Willis 3. Jaguars: Evan Neal 4. Jets: Derek Stingley, Jr. 5. Giants: Aidan Hutchinson 6. Eagles: Kyle Hamilton 7. Falcons: DeMarvin Leal 8. Washington: Matt Corral 9. Eagles: Kaiir Elam 10. Giants: Kenyon Green
In episode 104 Jae, Bill, Jaz are back to business this podcast at The Toxic Lair. Time Stamps: No time stamps Songs: Wheelz of Steel – Outkast (Intro) Let Me See It – UGK (Intro) Get Throwed– Bun B (Intro) Walk Thru– DJ ESCO feat. Nas & Future (Outro) The Taste – Vic Mensa (Outro) Created by: J. Williams Executive Producer(s): J. Williams Associate Producer(s): C B. Montgomery, J. Simpson Creative Director: J. Simpson Engineer: J. Williams, N. Johnson
Week 7 of the NFL season is finally here! But, that also means BYE-mageddon. Today, Chip of Gridiron Fantasy Football is here with a brand new episode! Chip will be previewing all the week 7 Matchups! Also, in today's episode, Chip reveals his Must Starts, Flex Options and Boom/Bust players. Who has the best WR vs. CB match-up? Who do you like for Week 7 and who are your must starts this week? Listen to today's Fantasy Football Podcast episode, to find out all your start/sit questions! Fantasy Football Podcast for October 21st, 2021.******START/SIT QUESTIONS******Direct Message on Instagram: @GRIDIRONFANTASYFOOTBALL________________________________________________________________________Tips to win your Fantasy Championship - https://youtu.be/PNSRGGoxswA________________________________________________________________________Podcast Schedule - Monday - Weekly Recap/Most Impressive & Disappointing Tuesday - Wavier Wire (YouTube)Thursday - TNF Preview/Weekly Matchups/Starts & Sits Saturday (YouTube Only) - Injury Updates and Analysis ________________________________________________________________________✅ Connect with Us on Social Media:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gridironfantasyfootballTwitter - https://twitter.com/TheGridironPodFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheGridironPod ________________________________________________________________________#Matchups #FantasyFootball #FantasyFootballAdviceSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/GridironFantasyFootball)
The supply chain mess is everywhere you look. Ships are waiting offshore near the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. There are product shortages and worker shortages. Mass chaos! We break down all of the reasons for the Supply Chain Mess. Who is to blame? The government, of course! They are distorting the market with artificially high demand and artificially low supply. Prices go up. We get product shortages. Our discussion explores bailouts, stimulus, stay-at-home orders, and easy loans. We discuss the impact of business shutdowns, early retirement, immigration, career changes, and tariffs. Plus we get into housing, trucking, college, automobiles, microchips, healthcare and much more. Trucker Stories Then I share stories of my childhood being raised in a trucking family. I describe the challenges of an owner-operator. We discuss how trucking companies outsource the financial risk to naïve business owners. There used to be great pride of being a truck owner. We get into Smokey and the Bandit, CW McCall, CB radios, and listening to San Francisco Giants games all over Northern California. I also share my terrifying experiences driving over the San Mateo Hayward Bay Bridge as a 10-year-old in a semi-truck. Poway News Update I also offer a range of news updates on hot topics in Poway including the new plan for The Outpost, the lights at Starridge Park, the new Poway water infrastructure plan. Then I also share thoughts on Poway Water Rates, the Sports Arena site, and both San Diego State Aztec and UC San Diego Triton sports programs. SEO Finally, I share my initial insights with the SEO tool ahrefs. Plus, strategies to get your website to rank highly in Google. #SupplyChain #truckers #Poway #SEO Get proven and easy-to-implement strategies to build your business and pursue your happiness. Sign up now. It's FREE! https://johnrileyproject.com/ Be sure to share this video with a friend! ☆☆ STAY CONNECTED ☆☆ SUBSCRIBE for more reactions, upcoming shows and more! ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJJSzeIW2A-AeT7gwonglMA FACEBOOK ➡ https://www.facebook.com/johnrileyproject/ TWITTER ➡ https://twitter.com/JohnRileyPoway INSTAGRAM ➡ https://www.instagram.com/johnrileypoway/ Sponsorship Inquiries https://johnrileyproject.com/sponsorship/ Music https://www.purple-planet.com Referenced Links: Ahrefs: https://ahrefs.com/ In-n-Out Burger shutdown in San Francisco: https://www.sfgate.com/food/article/San-Francisco-In-N-Out-temporarily-closed-16546332.php Pete Neild's Corvette Calypso site: https://www.calypso-c74pjn.com/
At times it looked like Pittsburgh was going to run away from Seattle. At others it looked like the Seahawks had the Steelers on the ropes? What were the deciding plays that handed the Hawks their second straight loss? Jake and Stacy run through them all in Plays of the Game. In Four Down Territory, have the Seahawks finally found their answer at CB in rookie Tre Brown. On The Timeline, DK Metcalf gets into it on Twitter with an NFL legend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Finance and Fury. I was looking at an interesting survey that is regularly conducted – so in this episode What do investment managers think the top risks to the markets are? This is a survey that Deutsche Bank regularly does where it surveys investment managers and Wall Street participants – The results help to gives some insight to the thinking of portfolio positions from those that control some of the largest levels of money flows in the investment landscape – This is interesting because of what actions investment managers take in response to their predictions – if they think markets will go down, they might be slightly more defensive in their allocation – or sell off some of their higher growth holdings – resulting in a decline of those shares - What happens to the price of assets on markets often occurs ahead of any event materialising – prices move at first due to the anticipation of an event materialising Looking at the DB survey - One of the questions that the 600 participants were asked: “Which of the following do you think pose the biggest risks to the current relative market stability?” – where they had 13 answers in total to choose from – These are not in order – but I will list all 13 out and let you think about what you think the biggest threats are to financial markets and see how it stacks up against the predictions of wall street Domestic policies (such as tax or spending that governments make) – This partially relates to Fiscal policy – the policy that governments make, how much to tax people, what stimulus packages are taken, if business are to be shut down due to lockdown restrictions Worries about the debt burden – This is the risk to domestic governments, particularly in the US that the increase in the debt has on markets – can the government repay their debt obligations? Geopolitics – This is international politics which could affect markets – this ranges from hot wars, such as if a war between the US and China breaks out over Taiwan – which is very unlikely – all the way to a tariff policy on commodities Worries about longer term structural consequences of the covid shock – supply issues from government shut downs Waning vaccine efficacy – this can be a risk to markets as it can spell further government shutdowns and restrictions An uneven global vaccination campaign and economic recovery – this relates to countries having different policies to one another New variants that bypass vaccines Tech bubble busting – FANG shares and other large tech companies which make up a large portion of markets like the NYSE and Nasdaq collapsing – this is possible when looking at their PE ratios Strong economic growth failing to materialise or being very short lived – Policy makers have forecasted good growth of GDP coming out of a slump in GDP – this has been prices into the markets, so if it doesn't materialise then markets can negatively react A Central bank policy error – For example – not increasing interest rates when they should – continuing QE longer than necessary – tightening too quickly Fiscal policy being tightened too quickly – the stimulus measures being reduced too quickly Higher than expected inflation/bond yields – inflation materialises at a higher rate than anticipate – and bond yields start to rise – which means their prices have collapsed Other – could be anything else So what do you think? – No right or wrong answers – the results are simply the opinions of the 600 survey participants Is it Covid related – with vaccines not working as promised, or a new variant coming out? Is it due to geopolitics, or domestic policies, like a debt burden? Or is it central bank related, with policy errors or fiscal policy being tightened too quickly? Or is it inflation and bond yields being higher than expected The poll shows that it appears that the fears from government responses to covid is officially over - According to the latest monthly survey of 600 global market participants conducted by DB - for the first time this year, the biggest perceived risk to markets is no longer government responses to covid. Instead, the top three risks are: higher than expected inflation and bond yields – This is the highest by any margin – 74% central bank policy error – where a CB may tighten too quickly – i.e. increasing interest rates rapidly to combat the number 1 perceived risk of higher than expected inflation strong growth failing to materialize or being very short lived (i.e. stagflation and/or recession). These three are rather related – in reality – Inflation materialises – with no growth – such as a stagflation event – then central banks may respond but make an error – then this exacerbates the issues Overall – higher than expected inflation/bond yields are the biggest perceived risk by professional investment managers – but the flow on effects from this are really what matters So lets break these three down further – looking at what wall street anticipates from here The most likely catalyst for the coming correction is in the form of higher interest rates – higher than expected at least – coming from a shock to interest rate rises that are out of cycle or not foreshadowed in the forward guidance Or at least that's what this survey suggests – when asked “with regards to 10 year US treasuries, will the next full 25bps move be higher or lower than current levels?” – the vast majority, or 84% of survey respondents expect the next 25bps move in 10Y yields to be higher, and just 11% lower. In reality though - only 5% of the respondents were honest saying that they don't really know – DB then asked respondents if they believe the policy error for major central banks - Fed, ECB, BOE - is going to be too dovish or hawkish Dovish refers to keeping policy too loose for too long – such as what has happened for the last 11 years in the USA – and may other countries in the world Hawkish refers to being too hard in a short period of time with policy – such as tightening too quickly The risks were seen as high everywhere but the Fed/ECB were seen more likely to keep policy too loose with the BoE expected to err on the hawkish side. Dovish – 42% for the Fed, 46% for the ECB and 20% for the BOE That they will get it right - 24% for the Fed, 26% for the ECB and 20% for the BOE Hawkish - 33% for the Fed, 21% for the ECB and 45% for the BOE So overall the consensus is that the US and EU is likely to continue to have low rates when compared to the BoE – When combining two of the top three results – that is Looking at the combination of higher inflation and lower real growth – i.e. stagflation - the next question is “what are the risks of stagflation over the next 12 months according to your definition?” the concept of your definition is an interesting one – as technically there is a fluid definition of stagflation - where there is no overwhelming consensus definition for "stagflation" based around the levels of growth and inflation – I.e. does a 3% inflation with 2.5% GDP growth equal stagflation? Technically yes – but this is pretty normal for some western nations and wouldn't be of concern For now – lets look at three simple categories – all of which can technically meet some definition of stagflation A strong slowdown in growth and a strong pickup in inflation – 25% of participants agreed with this definition – with most expecting a very high or high chance of this occurring in the UK – not as much in Asia or the US – but 40% chance in EU Growth around zero or negative and inflation well above target – 45% of participants agreed with this definition – again with the higher chances in the UK But very low chances of around 15% in Asia and 20% in the USA - Growth below trend and inflation comfortably above target – 30% of participants agreed with this definition – again the UK was the stand out with 75% of the respondents believed that that this was very high or highly likely When looking at inflation expectation – the survey asked “the fed currently believes the recent increases in inflation are largely transitionary. Which of the following statements most accurately reflects your view?” Virtually all transitionary – 2% - Mostly transitionary – 62% - Mostly permanent – 31% - Virtually all permanent – 3% - Don't know – 2% This is an interesting result – as the answer to this question all depends on how you view inflation – the fact that we get 5% inflation this month – but then inflation goes back to 2% next still means that whatever inflation has been incurred is still permanent – unless we get deflation the following month – therefore – 100% of respondents should respond with ‘virtually all permanent” – but what they are referring to is the % increase over time – is 5% permanent or will this go back to 2.5%? This is what the respondents are answering The final question of relevance – and what is most important to investors – the end result of market prices – “in your opinion, do you think there will be an equity correction before the end of the year?” When asked if there will be an equity correction before year-end, only 29% said no, while solid majority, or 63%, expect a drop between 5 and 10% before year end. Just 8% expect the coming drop to be bigger than 10%. Then 29% think there will be no correction of magnitude – However market sentiment has changes slightly over the past month since September – Going from 58% to 63% for those that market will decline by 5-10% - but then those that think more than 10% has gone down, -10-8% So in summary – did your views line up with wall street? Wall street think the biggest risk to markets are higher than expected inflation and bond yields – This is the highest by any margin – 74% central bank policy error – where a CB may tighten too quickly – i.e. increasing interest rates rapidly to combat the number 1 perceived risk of higher than expected inflation strong growth failing to materialize or being very short lived (i.e. stagflation and/or recession). Most think that the biggest risk is increasing interest rates – with transitionary inflation And that markets will have some mild declines between now and the end of the year – dropping by 10% at max, given markets have already dropped by 5% Thank you for listening to today's episode. If you want to get in contact you can do so here: http://financeandfury.com.au/contact/
CB and Clay are excited for more NHL coverage on ESPN in hopes it creates interest in new fans of the sport. We could not have been more wrong on guessing the four MLB teams in the Conference Series. The Brooklyn Nets are moving forward without Kyrie Irving. Did they make the right decision? The Proficient Fans make their predictions on the NBA divisional champions. What dictates how high a school should be ranked in the AP poll? The NFL finishes its investigation on Bruce Allen and the Washington Football Team and Jon Gruden is forced to resign after troubling emails come to light.
On COI #176, Kyle Anzalone discusses the so-called “Havana Syndrome.” Since 2017, the supposed ailment – which has so far not been proven to exist as its own discrete illness – has been invoked repeatedly by deep state and corporate media pundits to demonize US “adversaries.” The Havana Syndrome has no known cause, and its alleged symptoms range from migraines, dizziness, nausea and vertigo, among other symptoms common to countless other existing diseases and disorders. Initially, the Trump administration used the issue to roll back Obama's diplomatic gains with Cuba. As scientists increasingly suggested the Havana Syndrome could be psychosomatic – or largely a psychological problem rather than physical disease – the MSM spun the Trump administration's lack of interest by tying the narrative into the broader Russiagate craze. Now, the deep state and corporate press are deploying the unproven theory again to demonize Russia and China, suggesting they are somehow behind the mysterious syndrome. Kyle breaks down recent news about Facebook after the Intercept released the social media giant's ‘blacklist,' which includes some 4,000 groups and individuals deemed “Dangerous Individuals and Organizations” on the platform. Among the blacklisted figures were politicians, writers and various other people of influence. The list helps explain how Facebook suppresses independent reporting on the empire, ensuring certain voices are never heard while elevating others as go-to ‘experts.' Kyle updates recent missile tests by North Korea. As with many previous launches by Pyongyang, the corporate media treated the test-fire as an act of aggression and allowed subsequent coverage to retain the same framing. Washington's regular joint war games Seoul – effectively simulating an invasion of the north – as well as its own periodic weapons tests are seldom mentioned in mainstream coverage. Kyle argues that the US should meet North Korea's missile tests with diplomacy, noting that South Korean President Moon Jae-in – a vocal proponent for improved inter-Korean ties – is giving Biden an ideal opportunity as he continues to push for an official end to the Korean War, which is formally still underway despite an armistice pact signed in 1953. Odysee Rumble Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook Twitter MeWe Apple Podcast Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 25% off our CB
SEMI VS TRAIN PLUS TRUCKER STUFF. A trucker was convicted on 27 counts that killed four people in a horrible wreck in Colorado. CDLLife is running an article about Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos, a truck driver that is facing allot of prison time when he is sentenced. To read the entire article please head on over to CDL-Life and enjoy. Trucker Stuff This week on TalkCDL Trucking Podcast, Ruthann and Troy talked about everything from the all battery Freight Liner fleet to a semi truck that was stuck on a Railroad track. Ultimately the semi truck lost. Some how the video was not clear whether the trucker was already stuck before the lights went off on the crossing guard or if he tried to beat the lights. Either way, a car-hauler is built low and one must be always watching for obstacles that the bottom can be hung up on. The video was brutal and can be found here. TalkCDL News We were invited to appear on "Just Another Trucking Podcast", which is just another trucking podcast haha! This podcast is across the pond and is more of a comedy for truckers. Watch for us to make our debut with the boys in England. If you are wanting to be on the show please write to Ruthann@TalkCDL.com and let us know what is on your mind. Be sure to leave your contact info sop that we can look you up. Thank you for every thing all of you do to make TalkCDL Trucking Podcast a success. Carter Lumber hiring Local truckersNational Carriers Lease Purchase New Kenworth t680sJJ Keller The Truckers Secretary Trucking Advice An Interview with miss EugeniaTrucking Companies Not To Work ForTrucking news with ruthann Stay safe this winter drivers Winter is almost upon us and that means snow and ice covered roads. TalkCDL wants every driver to remember that you are the captain of the ship. Do not let anyone convince you to drive if you feel it is unsafe. make sure you have a CB and it is turned on and the volume is turned up. Pack warm clothes and good boots in case you find yourself broke down. Thank you and good night! SEMI VS TRAIN PLUS TRUCKER STUFF
Nick is joined by Daniel Childs (@SonOfChelsea) writer & presenter for football.London (@Football_LDN) to discuss Chelsea's battling 1-0 victory at Brentford. We praise the heroics of Edouard Mendy, Ben Chilwell's classy strike and the continued Ruben Loftus-Cheek revival. We discuss and give praise to the performances of young CB's Trevoh Chalobah & Malang Sarr before we answer listener questions on a range of topics.Until the next episode KTBFFH
Station: Radio Mystery 21 Place of reception: Europe Frequency: 4870 kHz shortwave Date: October 15, 2021 Time: 18.27 UTC Transmitter location: unknown Transmitter power: unknown Receiver: SONY ICF 2001D (running on batteries - to evade noise from power mains) Location of receiver: in the building Antenna: 1,2 meter CB-radio antenna Atenna location: outdoor, around 4 meters above Earth level, 3 meters away from the building Recording device: wav portable recorder Additional equipment: RF-Systems AA-1 antenna adaptor for portable receivers
Boris is one of the top macro thinkers in the market. He is a managing director at Goldman Sachs. Before GS, he was partner and portfolio manager at Rokos Capital Management, Fortress and Brevan Howard. Boris started his career on the sell-side which included working at UBS and Dresdner. Boris will be giving his personal opinions and not those of Goldman Sachs or any other organisations he is affiliated to. In this podcast, we discuss: What is reverse goldilocks? Parallels and differences to 1970s stagflation The challenge of the current regime How will policymakers respond? What gives central banks credibility? What does it mean for macro environment? Views on China How will equities, bonds and FX perform Why terms of trade matter
The Packers are heading to Chicago to take on the Bears at Soldier Field in week six, and we start by sharing our overall feelings heading into the game. Next we get into the key matchups for the Packers defense against the Bears offense, led by rookie QB Justin Fields (00:02:26). We talk about the elevated importance of slowing down the Bears running game this week, as well as what we can expect from Eric Stokes, and the rest of the CB group if Kevin King is unable to go and still being without Jaire Alexander. After the break, we move over to the Packers offensive matchups against a stout Bears defense, where the big key will be who wins in the trenches. We take a look at the impact a potential return of Josh Meyers and Elgton Jenkins could have in both the running and passing game (00:32:10). We also talk about Coach LaFleur's comments that he would like to get AJ Dillon more involved and what that may mean for the Packers run game and overall offensive game plan (00:35:42). Lastly, we finish with our nominations for our #BeLegendary X – Factors (00:54:36) and score predictions for the game. https://lombardislegends.com Twitter: @LombardiLegends Instagram: LombardisLegends Facebook: @LombardisLegends YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAdWjeSi1MY347si-6RucUg Intro/Outro Music – Green And The Gold (West Coast Packers Anthem) (feat. Joey G). Played with permission from Young Trav and Joey G - Support them (@youngtrav_951 and @jhussle714 on IG): https://music.apple.com/us/artist/young-trav/259914092
The guys gather in the wake of another Concacaf World Cup Qualifying window to discuss the USMNT's win against Costa Rica and qualifying campaign so far and celebrate Canada and Alphonso Davies' triumph over Panama! 1:18 - First reactions to the USMNT win 8:11 - Is rotating goalkeepers the right move for the USMNT? 24:17 - Evaluating Weston McKennie's performance in this window 28:35 - Is Robinson/Richards the CB pairing of the future? 38:43 - Was this a successful window for the USMNT? 45:18 - Canada blows out Panama after early scare 52:06 - Will Canada make the World Cup? 56:46 - Biggest MLS playoff stories to watch as the international window ends 1:04:12 - MLS games of the weekend 1:09:12 - Ricardo Pepi is No. 1 on this year's 22 under 22 list presented by Body Armor 1:13:51 - Mailbag
Week 6 of the NFL season is finally here! Today, Chip of Gridiron Fantasy Football is here with a brand new episode! Chip will be previewing all the week 6 Matchups! Also, in today's episode, Chip reveals his Must Starts, Flex Options and Boom/Bust players. Who has the best WR vs. CB match-up? Who do you like for Week 6 and who are your must starts this week? Listen to today's Fantasy Football Podcast episode, to find out all your start/sit questions! Fantasy Football Podcast for October 14th, 2021.******START/SIT QUESTIONS******Direct Message on Instagram: @GRIDIRONFANTASYFOOTBALL________________________________________________________________________Tips to win your Fantasy Championship - https://youtu.be/PNSRGGoxswA________________________________________________________________________Podcast Schedule - Monday - Weekly Recap/Most Impressive & Disappointing Tuesday - Wavier Wire (YouTube)Thursday - TNF Preview/Weekly Matchups/Starts & Sits Saturday (YouTube Only) - Injury Updates and Analysis ________________________________________________________________________✅ Connect with Us on Social Media:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gridironfantasyfootballTwitter - https://twitter.com/TheGridironPodFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheGridironPod ________________________________________________________________________#Matchups #FantasyFootball #FantasyFootballAdviceSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/GridironFantasyFootball)
Puck and Jim are back! The duo reacts to the Seattle Kraken first hockey game. Mike Benton our Kraken studio host joins the program to share his thoughts on the game. Tre Flowers is out, and the CB room is a lot different now than it was back in the Summer.
We discuss the new FCC rule changes on Part 95 that allow CB radios to operate on FM and location data transmissions on both FRS and GMRS. Our guest is John Sorrentino. The post TWRS-161 – The FCC Approves FM on CB and Location Data on GMRS appeared first on Buy Two Way Radios.
Happy Anniversary! The Remedial Film Class Podcast is now 1 year old! George sounded a bit flabbergasted that we were skipping 4 (and a half?) sequels and jumping straight to Halloween 7. But what he didn't know, and may not fully appreciate still, is that we were simply crafting for him the "original" Laurie Strode Trilogy. He will thank us in time. Travis, fighting through a nasty case of COVID-19, recorded remotely for this one so please excuse his "CB radio while the radio is on fire" sound quality. Is Travis trying to get a Rob Zombie/Jamie Lee Curtis collaboration going? Has Dan figured out which movie H20 is actually a sequel to? Did George really catch all the Psycho references he thought he did? You know there's only way to find out... Head over to YouTube to see Dan's interview with John Carpenter. You will hear a preview of Phase 2 of the Fall Break! And after the episode, check out the Extra Credit Discussion group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/remedialfilmpod Did you know we are now on YouTube? Find extra video goodies and subscribe at https://www.youtube.com/c/RemedialFilmClassPodcast Theme song recorded by The Hungry Sevens.
Calling himself “J. Hawker,” David Heesh dynamited several high-voltage powerline towers, then threatened to keep it up unless ransom was delivered; the FBI busted him using a CB radio trick. (Beavercreek, Clackamas County; 1970s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1404b.beavercreek-bomber-targeted-BPA.html)
Last Friday, we published a GEAR:30 episode with McKenna Peterson, where we discuss her ski gear preferences; what piece of gear she's still searching for; & more. Today, we dive into McKenna's past and present to talk about her segment in the new Matchstick film, “The Stomping Grounds”; discuss some of the formative events of her life, and learn more about what makes this professional skier (and professional commercial fishing captain) tick.TOPICS & TIMES:McKenna in CB (2:48)What's the greatest ski film ever? (5:16)Which ski film influenced you the most? (5:58)The current Matchstick fim tour (6:51)McKenna & her mom (10:23)Growing up, racing, & skiing Sun Valley (12:27)Entering the extreme comp in Crested Butte (15:48)School (19:36)Fishing (24:29)Hemmingway's Typewriter (29:29)McKenna & her dad (34:37)Boats (38:40)RELATED LINKSThis Week's Gear GiveawayGear Giveaway / Newsletter SignupBecome a Blister Member / Get our new Buyer's GuideRegister for the 2022 Blister Summit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A man, believed to be a long-haul truck driver, was killing women along the I-71 interstate corridor, leaving their bodies in his wake as he drove across the Midwest and East coast from 1981 to 2004. Almost all of his victims were sex workers lured from truck stops. Adopting the CB handle Dr, No, he left at least nine victims horribly murdered, in multiple states. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious Dr. No. This man operated for many years and during that time there were a number of suspects. It wasn't until 2019 that a man named Samuel Legg was arrested for these murders. But, Legg has not yet seen the inside of a courtroom because he is currently deemed to be incompetent to stand trial. Is Samuel Legg the serial killer known as Dr. No? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
Readyforthedraft.com's Gregg Schutze shares his passion for the NFL draft and takes you on a journey leading up to the 2022 NFL Draft. Episode 9 is the last installment of Gregg's early season look at his top 10 lists by position as he reviews the secondary. Derek Stingley is at the top of the CB list, but who will b the next corner off the board? Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner? Kaiir Elam? Andrew Booth, Jr.? And at Safety, Kyle Hamilton looks to be a lock in the top 10, but the position is deep at the top with Jaquan Brisker, Verone McKinley III, Daxton Hill and Brandon Joseph likely to hear their names called early in the 2022 Draft. Gregg also talks about what the top five picks might look like. Evan Neal and Kayvon Thibodeaux feel like locks, while Derek Stingley coiuld be the first CB since Jeffrey Okudah to come off the board in the top 5 and Kyle Hamilton could be the top Safety to come off the board since Jamal Adams went No. 6 in 2017. However, we all know the QB position will likely dominate the talks at the top of the draft, yet with this underwhelming draft class, will we even see a QB come off the board in the top 10? Spencer Rattler and Sam Howell are having their struggles this year, so Malik Willis, Matt Corral and Desmond Ridder are moving up draft boards.
On today's episode we sit down, just the fellas.. to talk about the week that was & the weekend ahead.. We checked out some restaurants over the course of the last week, but more importantly CB went & checked out the new art exhibit - Van Gogh Immersive Experience.... on mushies. Hear his review of the exhibit as well as For[a]ged Restaurant review from the gang.We harped on the big #Freshtoberfest that is going on Saturday as well as the Andy Frasco concert at Ogden Theatre (buy tickets through Axs.com)! That and a few basic shenanigans, gambling bets & Broncos takes... Sturdy episode to get you primed for the weekend. Enjoy!
Week 5 of the NFL season is finally here! Today, Chip of Gridiron Fantasy Football is here with a brand new episode! Chip will be previewing all the week 5 Matchups! Also, in today's episode, Chip reveals his Must Starts, Flex Options and Boom/Bust players. Who has the best WR vs. CB match-up? Who do you like for Week 5 and who are your must starts this week? Listen to today's Fantasy Football Podcast episode, to find out all your start/sit questions! Fantasy Football Podcast for October 7th, 2021.******START/SIT QUESTIONS******Direct Message on Instagram: @GRIDIRONFANTASYFOOTBALL________________________________________________________________________Tips to win your Fantasy Championship - https://youtu.be/PNSRGGoxswA________________________________________________________________________Podcast Schedule - Monday - Weekly Recap/Most Impressive & Disappointing Tuesday - Wavier Wire (YouTube)Thursday - TNF Preview/Weekly Matchups/Starts & Sits Saturday (YouTube Only) - Injury Updates and Analysis ________________________________________________________________________✅ Connect with Us on Social Media:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gridironfantasyfootballTwitter - https://twitter.com/TheGridironPodFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheGridironPod ________________________________________________________________________#Matchups #FantasyFootball #FantasyFootballAdviceSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/GridironFantasyFootball)
The heat is on and the humor is dry when David Cross joins Rob Lowe. The guys reminisce on CB radio, Midnight Movie Madness, and collecting beer cans. David also shares some great stories from his time working on Wonder Showzen and his new film The Dark Divide. Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
In today's show, Dr. Lisle discusses: 1. Is there such a thing as going mad? Are similar expressions mostly just used to discredit people? What about mental breakdowns? 2. What would cause a fully-functional, productive member of society to have a "nervous breakdown," and become a total basket case? Conventional diagnoses include PTSD, anxiety, Major Depressive Disorder, and the treatment has, so far, been, treatment with more and more meds, whether in or outpatient. Is this just a function of personality? Is this person running a CB analysis that says it's better to be this way, even though she's miserable and claims that she wants to get back to work and life? What's the best way to support her? 3. How do I get over small slights in an otherwise happy and healthy relationship? I am probably more sensitive than the average bear. My partner of 5 years is great. But he has a habit of correcting me on the proper pronunciation of words whenever they come up, usually 1-3 times per year. The first few times I took it on the chin. But eventually I told him it really bothered me and made me feel stupid. Other small slights could be if he didn't show appreciation for a great meal that I make when I do all of the cooking. These incidents can set me off on a 3 day freeze out. I don't think he deserves me being angry with him for that long and always wish I could just stop. It took me a long time to even start bringing up hurt feelings because I've always felt so over rewarded, but now I try to so things don't fester. I try to think of all of his good qualities but that doesn't work. Is this just a neuroticism tinged disagreeability streak in me that I can't change? I tend not to think of myself as a disagreeable because I always go out of my way to not hurt others' feelings and am an otherwise happy, cheerful person. So, do you have any ideas on how to get over these slights?
On Episode 366, Scott, Zack, and CB answer questions from the best community on the planet. Before that, they discuss the week's news and the games they've been playing. On This Episode (Start) Welcome/Introduction (16:08) Industry News (41:53) Hot Wheels Unleashed (Xbox Series X) (50:00) Xuan Yuan Sword VII (PS4) (1:05:13) Lemnis Gate (Xbox) (1:28:40) EPOS H3 Hybrid Closed Acoustic Gaming Headset with Bluetooth (1:38:11) “From the Outside In” Topic: Community Questions Grab the episode now on iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Play Music and more. If you love Episode 366 and want other gaming content you can't get anywhere else, please support us on Patreon! Also, don't forget to check out our Discord Server.
The New England Patriots made an interesting move by announcing that they are releasing cornerback Stephon Gilmore. Buck explains why Nashville could be a good spot for the CB. Plus, Josh Pate talks college football in hour one of the show.
The New England Patriots made an interesting move by announcing that they are releasing cornerback Stephon Gilmore. Buck explains why Nashville could be a good spot for the CB. Plus, Josh Pate talks college football in hour one of the show.
Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Bucks BIG Take Atlanta Braves start postseason play on Monday and will have a stiff test against Brewers Ace Corbin Burnes J.T. Daniels Update from Head Coach Kirby Smart and the importance of getting JT back from Buck Belue 680 The Fan and ESPN NFL Insider Chris Mortensen presented by Atlanta Painting Company The Mort Report gives us the latest from around the NFL Bucks College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware Alabama Crimson Tide are looking a little thin on depth when it comes to the RB position Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group former Atlanta Brave and current Bally's Sports Analyst Paul Byrd talks about the upcoming postseason series with the Brewers and more Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Georgia Pack and Load and Attorney Ken Nugent Dawgs Center Sedrick Van Pran sat down with Buck and talked about the season, hostile environment in Auburn and more Atlanta Falcons are looking for a CB and Buck doesn't have high hopes for the search Brad Nessler on Buck's Beat Podcast, here the full interview at Buck's Beat , we here a clip about Brads experiences talking with Coaches before the games they are broadcast from The Final Word Buck answers a question he is getting a lot these days "What do you have against Stetson Bennett?" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stephon Gilmore, the 4x pro bowler, was released by the New England Patriots this morning after failing to find a trade partner for the CB. The Packers currently have limited cap space this season and an even dire cap situation next year, but with the injury of Jaire Alexander, should the Packers made a play for him? Subscribe! DONATIONS DURING STREAM: https://streamlabs.com/tomgrossicomedy/tip YouTube Membership: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg6jOxpPC46mnBs9NsgLcvg/join OR Click Join button next to Subscribe Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tomgrossicomedy Purchase your Packast merch here: https://www.bonfire.com/store/packast/ Download HotMIc on IOS & use the promo code: Grossi IOS: Hotmic.ios Android: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/io.hotmic.hotmic Use promo code: TOMGROSSI to save $20 on your next ticket purchase from SeatGeek. Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6bOAtbK... Fan mail: PO Box 614 Jefferson Valley, NY 10535 Buy 'Allergic to Fun': iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/allergi…s&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Amazon: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FZGHQ4S Physical Copy: www.tomgrossicomedy.com/shop/allergictofun Twitter/Instagram/TikTok: @tomgrossicomedy
It's official: Trey Parker and Matt Stone have purchased Casa Bonita. So, now what? Will the Lakewood landmark stay the same, or become a fully South Park-themed eatertainment destination? While the iconic restaurant's future hangs in the balance, we wanted to know: What really makes Casa Bonita fun? Host Bree Davies and Producer Paul Karolyi took an official tour of the still-closed-for-dining immersive eatery with David Thomas, the “Professor of Fun.” David explains why Casa Bonita is more than just a theme restaurant — it's an architecturally designed masterpiece that invites play, stirs imagination, and ensures that all who visit will be transported to another place and time for an experience that can be hard to put into words. The City Cast Denver Crew joined Westword Editor-In-Chief Patty Calhoun for the Casa Bonita tour, too — you can read her take on CB and the concept of fun in this week's Westword. Get Denver news delivered straight to your inbox every weekday by signing up for the City Cast Denver newsletter: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ Got a favorite Casa Bonita memory? Share it with us on Twitter: @citycastdenver Or, give us a ring and leave us a message: (720) 500-5418
In this episode, we talk about staying connected to our Yiddishkeit. In other words, not putting our relationship with Judaism and Hashem on the bottom of our to-do list. (And boy, is that list long post-yom tov.) You'll hear from Gila Ross, host of the Power Up! podcast. Gila shares lots of insights about how she works on staying connected, how she defines “connected” in terms of Yiddishkeit, and the need to tweak things as we fight for connection in our ever-demanding lives. Gila also talks about what she sees are typical challenges for frum women in staying connected and gives us lots of ideas of things we can do to help prioritize our spirituality. By the end of today's episode, we hope that you'll feel a little more motivated to make sure that your own spiritual connection isn't on the bottom of your to-do list. This episode is supported by CB's Shuk. Located in Cleveland, shipping worldwide, CB's shuk offers a variety of beautiful and affordable head coverings and accessories, all the latest trends and styles of beanies, headbands, snoods, tichels, pretieds, baseball hats and more. They also carry Snoga athleticwear, perfect for exercise or pool-side. And Kallahs can get 10% of all hair accessories during their engagement and shana rishona. Open by appointment only, call 718-734-8474, and follow CB's Shuk on Instagram and Facebook. We'd love to hear from you. You can find us on social media, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. References: Gila Ross' Power Up! Podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/power-up-gila-ross-TMCxqOFUnv4/ Gila Ross' free PDF on Three Secrets For Loving Your Life: https://subscribepage.com/3-secrets-to-love-your-life
We're cruising into October with our trusty CB radio in hand for a rewatch of John Dahl's Joy Ride (2001). The film features a pretty iconic scene of stars Paul Walker and Steve Zahn walking naked into a diner, but that's not the only queer aspect of this highway horror film.Using Eric Langberg's Gayly Dreadful piece, we consider how the film is in conversation with the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard and how that opens up readings of hate crimes, gay panic and repressed sexuality in the film's villain Rusty Nail (Ted Levine).Plus: Trace's hatred of pranks, fears of doxxing, the film's MANY endings, misusing Leelee Sobieski, and coming to grips with the fact that Fuller is actually an asshole.References:Eric Langberg. Outside Of Laramie: Joy Ride (2001) As Gay Panic Horror. Gayly DreadfulQuestions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or join the Facebook Group to get in touch with other listeners> Trace: @tracedthurman> Joe: @bstolemyremoteBe sure to support the boys on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
CB and Clay cover the Lakers outlook for the 2021-2022 season which starts 10/4. How does Kyrie Irving being unvaccinated and not eligible to play in home games affect the Nets season? Michigan State moves to 5-0, but does their play show an undefeated effort? We recap week 3 of the NFL and make our week 4 predictions.
This week on Community Building, Josh and Jess take on Season 2 Episode 5, "Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples" with LaTonya Stark. The post Community Building | Season 2 Episode 5: ‘Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples' appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
Week 4 of the NFL season is finally here! Today, Chip of Gridiron Fantasy Football is here with a brand new episode! Chip will be previewing all the week 4 Matchups! Also, in today's episode, Chip reveals his Must Starts, Flex Options and Boom/Bust players. Who has the best WR vs. CB match-up? Who do you like for Week 4 and who are your must starts this week? Listen to today's Fantasy Football Podcast episode, to find out all your start/sit questions! Fantasy Football Podcast for October 1st, 2021.******START/SIT QUESTIONS******Direct Message on Instagram: @GRIDIRONFANTASYFOOTBALL________________________________________________________________________Tips to win your Fantasy Championship - https://youtu.be/PNSRGGoxswA________________________________________________________________________Podcast Schedule - Monday - Weekly Recap/Most Impressive & Disappointing Tuesday - Wavier Wire (YouTube)Thursday - TNF Preview/Weekly Matchups/Starts & Sits Saturday (YouTube Only) - Injury Updates and Analysis ________________________________________________________________________✅ Connect with Us on Social Media:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gridironfantasyfootballTwitter - https://twitter.com/TheGridironPodFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheGridironPod ________________________________________________________________________#Matchups #FantasyFootball #FantasyFootballAdviceSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/GridironFantasyFootball)
Special guest Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal joins the show to talk Cleveland Browns and Minnesota Vikings. The Browns will face a very good Vikings team on the road, serving as a tough test. How similar are these teams? Can Greedy Williams hold up at CB? Should Jed Wills be playing? and much more... ✅Support 'All Eyez on Cleveland' by becoming a member and getting access to exclusive content
On this episode of Off The Charts, Matt Manocherian (@mattmano) and John Todd (@therealjohntodd) review Week 3's excitement and preview some of the most notable games of Week 4. Topics covered include: Peyton and Eli Manning discussing man vs zone (1:05), the struggles of rookie QBs Justin Fields and Zach Wilson (3:49), the Jimmy Garroppolo/Trey Lance situation (6:58), Kirk Cousins looks really good (12:05), the Cowboys are good, but maybe not as good as we thought (14:04), better than they've shown - Seahawks and Chiefs (15:49), go for 2 when up by 7? (19:18), Browns running back excellence (24:35), Patriots/Bucs (25:51), Rams/Cardinals (28:39), Raiders/Chargers (32:58), Ravens/Broncos (36:43), Panthers/Cowboys (37:16), Colts/Dolphins (37:39), and the CB against whom QBs are 0-for-12! (39:33) Thanks for listening. Check out the SIS DataHub to help you go deeper and access the data you need to win. Please rate and review us if you can. Stay safe and stay well.
On episode 292, Dan and Emile lament what could be the penultimate match for Ronald Koeman in charge of FC Barcelona, a 3-0 loss to Benfica. They talk the issues from the starting line-up, another Eric García failure, the uphill climb to the knockout round, and much more! Running Order: What the heck was with that starting line-up? What the heck was with the decision to move Frenkie de Jong to CB? What the heck were the youngsters supposed to do from the bench? What the heck needs to happen now? Listen on Apple Podcasts iOS App, Spotify and, if you want to support the show, head over to Patreon for more content! Become a Patreon to support the show and check out our Quick Take Match Reviews – Thank you! Access our exclusive, listeners-only Facebook Group here. Follow us on Instagram! Find us and watch exclusive content on YouTube! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via Spotify We are excited to partner with Fanatiz! Use this link to sign up: https://bit.ly/2YAHuDd Submit your Blue Wire Hustle application here: http://bwhustle.com/join Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Episode 365, Scott, Zack, and CB take a deep dive into Nintendo's September Direct. Before that, they discuss the week's news and the games they've been playing. On This Episode (Start) Welcome/Introduction (18:05) Industry News (45:20) Diablo II: Resurrected (Xbox One) (55:32) Hoa (Switch) (1:00:30) Chernobylite (Xbox) (1:13:36) “From the Outside In” Topic: Nintendo's September Direct Grab the episode now on iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Play Music and more. If you love Episode 365 and want other gaming content you can't get anywhere else, please support us on Patreon! Also, don't forget to check out our Discord Server.
We're back with Part 2 of the interview with Zach Smacher, about what it's like for a new trucker in their first 6 months. We left off with a cliffhanger, so that's where we'll pick it back up. But first we're going to talk about the FMCSA's new rules about COVID extensions and how they're bending over backwards to get new truckers into the industry. We'll also talk about President Biden's vaccine mandate and how that's going to affect the trucking industry. And in related news, how to get your own authority if you want to sidestep the mandate. LOL What else? The pros and cons of working for a union shop, no government money for truck parking, higher per diem rates starting soon, lower Social Security benefits expected in the future, a naughty fuel card company, changes to an age-old technology - the CB, and with winter coming up, I'll point you to a great resource for chain laws state-by-state. In the listener feedback segment, we'll congratulate a new CDL holder, help another potential new trucker, and a couple of drivers want to discuss hazardous materials handling. This episode of Trucker Dump is sponsored by: Porter Freight Funding - So many services to offer, including Factoring, Dispatching, Freight Brokering, Fuel Cards, Insurance, and Compliance. Volvo Trucks - Check out the new D13TC engine in the Volvo VNL series. Pilot Flying J app - September is Driver Appreciation Month. Be sure to check out all the awesome offers and join the #ThankaTrucker challenge. Links mentioned in the news segment: Chains required in Colorado beginning Sept. 1 from OverdriveOnline.com Chain laws state-by-state from TheTruckersReport.com More COVID emergency waivers extended from OverdriveOnline.com FMCSA adds reporting requirement with extension of COVID HOS waiver from OverdriveOnline.com FMCSA Shows CDL Flexibility to Get Newly-Minted Drivers On Road from TheTruckersReport.com IRS per diem rate going up by $3 next month from FreightWaves.com FTC Takes Fuel Card Company To Court Over ‘Hidden Fees' from TheTruckersReport.com Pros & Cons of Working For a Truck Driver Union Shop from TheTruckersReport.com What would happen if employers forced truckers to get vaccinated? from OverdriveOnline.com Biden vaccine mandate may worsen low driver retention rates from FreightWaves.com How Biden's vaccine mandate could impact owner-ops, independents from OverdriveOnline.com Get your own authority: How to tackle the basics of filing, insurance, more from OverdriveOnline.com $3.5 trillion spending bill — and not one penny for truck parking from FreightWaves.com Social Security to become unable to pay full benefits sooner than previously estimated from MarketWatch.com Biggest change for CBs in four decades as FM mode gets approved by FCC from OverdriveOnline.com Links mentioned in the interview: TD129: 4 Ways To Become A More Efficient Trucker from AboutTruckDriving.com TD149: Job-Hopping In Trucking from AboutTruckDriving.com TD152: When Should You Look For A New Trucking Job? from AboutTruckDriving.com TD97: A Trucker's Worst Nemesis - Complacency from AboutTruckDriving.com TD104: Complacency Strikes from AboutTruckDriving.com TD66: Truckers Go Turtle Racing from AboutTruckDriving.com Zachary can be reached at ZacharySmacher@aol.com, or you can find him on the Trucker Dump Slack group and Facebook page as @smackerman. Links mentioned in the listener feedback segment: Congratulations to Angela Peters, who just her Class A CDL with tanker and hazmat endorsements! Steven Burnham joins the Trucker Dump Slack group and is looking to get his CDL through a company. Scott Lucas joined the Trucker Dump Slack group. Where are you, Scott? Billy Loving asked for the Trace tablet, but I already gave it to Christian Cooper. Sorry, Billy! Zach Smacher, a.k.a. @smackerman, shares a hazmat situation he had recently. Brett B takes me to task after listening to TD27: Hauling Hazardous Materials. Show info: You can email your comments, suggestions, questions, or insults to TruckerDump@gmail.com Join the Trucker Dump Facebook Group Join the Trucker Dump Slack Group by emailing me at TruckerDump@gmail.com Got a second to Rate and/or Review the podcast on iTunes? Download the intro/outro songs for free! courtesy of Walking On Einstein
Millie and Danielle discuss INSOMNIA (2002) and SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT (1977), the land of the midnight sun, CB radio slang, and Millie dives deep into her obsession with Burt Reynolds. To see a full ISWYD movie list, check out our Letterboxd here: https://letterboxd.com/isawwhatyoudid/films/diary/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.