En esta última parte del chisme de la Guerra Fría, ya vemos cómo hay pedillos también en Latinoamérica porque Estados Unidos empieza a poner como presidentes a puros títeres suyos para evitar que el comunismo llegue por ahí. Spoiler: no termina bien. También, no podía faltar que ambos bandos metieran mano en el Medio Oriente. Pero ya para rematar esta guerra que según eso ya terminó, la URSS ya no puede con sus pedillos internos y Gorbachov mejor empieza a abrir la Cortina de Hierro, lo que causó que la Unión Soviética dijera "никогда не увидимся" ("hasta nunca"... o algo así).
¿Qué está pasando en Arabia Saudí? Se han vuelto locos estos árabes fichando y fichando. Intentamos entenderlo con el redactor de fútbol internacional (entre otras muchas cosas) de la Cadena COPE, Germán Mansilla. Una charla muy divertida. Y estrenamos una nueva sección que nos acompañara los próximos meses. Sergio Cortina y “Cortina y al pie”, donde recordamos cosas que se han perdido con el fútbol moderno. Pero no lo hacemos desde un punto de vista cascarrabias ni mucho menos. Esta semana hablamos de los entrenadores-jugadores. ¡Apóyanos dándole a like, campanita y comentando! ¡Y suscríbete! Entra en https://babbel.com/empezar y usa el código PAQUETES para conseguir tus tres meses gratis. HAZTE CON EL ÁLBUM DE PAQUETES: https://www.fnac.es/a10397638/Alvaro-Velasco-El-Album-de-Paquetes SUSCRÍBETE AL BALÓN DE ORO DE RAÚL: https://youtube.com/@ElBalondeOrodeRaul
Francis and Chad connect with 2023 National and World Champion winning F-Class Shooter Erik Cortina. They chat about the challenges (and solutions) he encountered planning for the biggest match in his sport over a year in advance! The difference between ultimate success and moderate success can simply be your ability to plan for the future. With matches spanning the globe in different environments and travelling with security, just to name a few, Erik covers valuable tips on his mindset in preparation for the biggest match in the sport! The saying "Success Favors the Prepared" is more true in this case than you could imagine!
When AJ Edelman tried out for the Israeli Olympic skeleton team at Lake Placid in 2014, he was told, flat-out, he'd never make it. Not only was he 30 pounds underweight, but the Israeli Olympic commitee wouldn't support him, because Israelis didn't care about the obscure winter sport in which an athlete slides down an icy track head-first as fast as 130 kilometres per hour. It wasn't the first time Edelman had been told he'd fail, and it wouldn't be the last. In the end, the American-born Orthodox athlete did ultimately represent the Holy Land on his skeleton bobsled in the 2018 Pyeongchang Games, though he retired shortly afterwards. Instead, he decided to plunge head-first into a different impossible-seeming task: reviving Israel's dormant bobsled team. Despite once again not receiving any support from the Israel, he's nonetheless set a goal of qualifying for the 2026 Winter Olympics in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo. All he needs is a team. And funding. The dream may sound impossible, but as Edelman explains on this week's episode of Menschwarmers, "impossible" is a challenge he's happy to take on. Credits Menschwarmers is hosted by James Hirsh and Gabe Pulver, and produced and edited by Michael Fraiman. Our intro music is by Coby Lipovitch, and our outro music is "Organ Grinder Swing" by chēēZ π. This show is a member of The CJN Podcast Network. Follow the Menschwarmers on Twitter @menschwarmers or TikTok @menschwarmers. Support the show by subscribing to this podcast or donating to The CJN.
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You can also subscribe for free below:WhoDanielle and Laszlo Vajtay, Owners of Plattekill Mountain, New YorkRecorded onJuly 14, 2023About Plattekill MountainClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Danielle and Laszlo VajtayLocated in: Roxbury, New YorkYear founded: 1958Pass affiliations: NoneReciprocal partners:* 3 days each at Snow Ridge, Swain, Mont du Lac, Ski Cooper* 2 days at HomewoodClosest neighboring ski areas: Belleayre (28 minutes), Windham (41 minutes), Hunter (46 minutes)Base elevation: 2,400 feetSummit elevation: 3,500 feetVertical drop: 1,100 feetSkiable Acres: 75 acresAverage annual snowfall: 175 inchesTrail count: 40 (20% expert, 20% most difficult, 40% more difficult, 20% easiest)Lift count: 3 (1 triple, 1 double, 1 carpet)Why I interviewed themThink about every ski area in the country that almost everyone knows. Almost every one of them has a smaller, less-well-known, slightly badass neighbor lurking nearby. In LA, it's Baldy, forgotten in the shadow of Big Bear and Mountain High. In Tahoe, it's Homewood, lost in the Palisades Tahoe circus. We can just keep going: Hoodoo/Bachelor; White Pass/Crystal; Mt. Spokane/Schweitzer; Soldier/Sun Valley; Snow King/Jackson; Sunlight/Aspen; Red River/Taos.In New York, we have a few versions of this: West and (currently closed) Hickory, adjacent to Gore Mountain; Titus, intercepted by Whiteface as cars wind north. But the most dramatic contrast lies in the Catskills. There, you find four ski areas: Hunter, recently expanded, owned by Vail Resorts and flying two six-packs; Windham, two new investors on its masthead, an Ikon Pass partner that runs three high-speed lifts out of its base; Belleayre, owned by the state and run by the Olympic Regional Development Authority, or ORDA, with a shimmering gondola that no other ski area of its size could afford; and Plattekill.Plattekill is owned by Laszlo and Danielle Vajtay, former ski instructors who purchased the bump in 1993. They have added snowmaking to one of their 40 trails each year that they could afford to. Their lift fleet is a 1974 Hall triple and a 1977 Hall double, moved from Belleayre in 1999. It took the Vajtays three years to install the lift. The parking lots cling layer-cake-style to the mountainside. Plattekill is open Friday through Sunday, plus Christmas and Presidents' Weeks and MLK Day. Access is down poorly marked backroads, half an hour past Belleayre, which sits directly off state route 28.It's fair to ask how such a place endures. New York is filled with family-owned ski areas running vintage lifts. But only Plattekill must compete directly with so many monsters. How?There is no one answer. There's the scrap and hustle, the constant scouring of the countryside for the new-to-Platty machines to rebuild to glory. There's the deliberate, no-debt, steady-steady better-better philosophy that keeps the banks away. There's the 1,100 feet of pure fall-line skiing. The vast kingdom of glades. The special geography that seems to squeeze just a bit extra out of every storm. There's the lodge, rustic but clean, cozy, and spacious. And there's the liftlines, or miraculous lack of them, for such a ski area just three hours from the nation's largest city. And there are the midweek private-mountain rentals – Platty's secret weapon, a $8,500 guarantee on even the feistiest weather days.That algorithm, or some version of it, has equaled survival for Plattekill. When the Vajtays bought “Ski Plattekill” in 1993, the Catskills were crowded. But Bobcat, Scotch Valley, Cortina, Highmount, and Sawkill all vanished over the decades. Plattekill could have died too. Instead, it is beloved. Enough so that it can charge more for its season pass - $779 early-bird, $799 right now – than Vail charges for the Epic Local Pass ($676 early-bird, $689 today), which includes unlimited access to Hunter and most of the company's 40 other resorts. When a harder-to-reach, smaller mountain running 50-year-old lifts can charge more for a single-mountain season pass than its larger, more up-to-date, easier-to-access neighbor whose season pass also gets skiers in the front door at Whistler and Breckenridge, it's doing something mighty right.What we talked aboutPlattekill's “surprisingly good” 2022-23 ski season; building a snowmaking system gun-by-gun; 2023 offseason improvements; how the Vajtays have grown Plattekill without taking on traditional debt; what killed independent skiing in the Catskills; private mid-week mountain rentals; a growing wedding business; why Plattekill was an early adopter of lift-served mountain-biking, why the mountain abandoned the project, and whether they would ever bring it back; assessing Platty's newest trail; potential terrain expansion within the existing footprint; plans to moderate the steep section at the end of the Overlook trail; the potential lift and terrain expansion that could make Plattekill “a big, big player in the world of ski areas”; considering outside investment to turbocharge growth - “the possibilities for the mountain are that it could be a lot more”; “I don't have an interest in selling Plattekill”; Snow Operating; assessing Plattekill's Hall chairlifts; “anybody taking out a lift, please don't cut it up and throw it in the Dumpster before contacting” small ski areas; the lightning strike that changed Plattekill's summer; helping save Holiday Mountain; competing against the Epic and Ikon passes; competing against state-owned and taxpayer-funded ski areas; how New York State could help independent ski areas compete against its owned ski areas; Liftopia's collapse; the Ski Cooper season pass; and reconsidering the Indy Pass.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewThe Vajtays have appeared on The Storm Skiing Podcast before, in episode two, which I released on Oct. 25, 2019. They'd agreed to do the interview without knowing who I was, and before I'd published a single episode. I will always be grateful to them (and the other seven folks* who recorded an episode when The Storm was still gathering in my brain), for that. The conversation turned out great, I thought, and fused the podcast to the world of scrappy independents from its earliest days.But in the intervening years, I've gotten to know the Vajtays much better. Laz and I, especially, communicate a lot. Mostly via text, but occasionally email, or when I'm up there skiing. In May, he joined a panel I hosted at the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) convention in Savannah, Georgia. Alongside the general managers of Mt. Rose, Mt. Baker, and Cascade, Wisconsin, Laz articulated why the Vajtays had so far elected to keep Plattekill off of any multi-mountain pass.The NSAA's convention rules forbade me from recording that panel, but the conversation so closely aligned with my daily pass-world coverage that I knew I had to bring some version of it to you. This is installment one. Cascade GM Matt Vohs is scheduled to join me on the pod in October, followed by Mt. Rose GM Greg Gavrilets in November (you can always view the upcoming podcast schedule here). I've yet to schedule Mt. Baker CEO Gwyn Howat, but I'm hopeful that we can lock in a future date.So that is part of it: why has Plattekill held firm against the pass craze as all of its better-capitalized competitors have joined one coalition or the other? But that is only part of the larger Platty story. Vail was supposed to ruin everything. Then Alterra was supposed to ruin it more. Family-owned ski areas would be crushed beneath these nukes launched from a Colorado silo. But this narrative has been disproven across the country. Because of a lot of things – the Covid-driven outdoor boom, the indie cool factor, the big boys overselling their passes – small ski areas are having a moment. No one, arguably, has a tougher hill to defend than Platty, and no one's proven themselves more.*Those six people were: New England Lost Ski Areas Project founder Jeremy Davis, Lift Blog founder Peter Landsman, Boyne Resorts CEO Stephen Kircher, Magic Mountain President Geoff Hatheway, Killington President Mike Solimano, and Burke GM Kevin Mack.What I got wrongI said that The New York Times profile on Plattekill's private-rentals business ran in 2018. It actually ran Jan. 4, 2019.Why you should ski PlattekillI can endorse all four large Catskills ski areas. Hunter holds a crazy, possessed energy. Impenetrable on weekends, you can roll 1,600-vertical-foot fastlaps off the sixer on spring weekdays. Belleayre throws past-era vibes with its funky-weird trail network while delivering rides on a top-to-bottom gondola that is the nicest lift in New York State. Windham's high-speed lift fleet hides a narrow and fantastically interesting trail network that, when wide open with new snow in the woods, feels enormous.So Plattekill is not, for me, a family-diner-versus-McDonald's kind of fight. I probably ski all four of those mountains about the same amount. But I will make an appeal here to those New York-based Epic and Ikon passholders who are scanning their mountain menus and deciding where to ski this winter: take one day and go to Plattekill. Make it a day that you know will be miserable at Hunter or Windham. A day when the lift queues can be seen from space. A holiday, a Saturday, a powder day. I know you already invested in your pass. But suck up one more lift ticket, and check out Plattekill.Here's what you will find: no liftlines, ever. The parking lots simply aren't large enough to accommodate enough skiers to form them. A double chair with this view:At the top, three choices: loop green-circle Overlook all the way around, thread your way down through the tight and narrow blues, or ride one of four double-blacks all the way back to the valley. I prefer the blues because they lead to the glades, unmarked but maintained, funky, interesting, tap-shoes required.The triple side is more traditional, more wide runs, especially Upper Face. Powder Puff is fabulous for kids. The snow doesn't stick to the triple side like it does to the double side, but when it's deep enough, wild lines through the trees lie everywhere.Plattekill is littered with curiosities. A rock quarry. An old T-bar terminal. An overgrown halfpipe in the trees. Abandoned MTB trails still signed and useable for skiing. More than any ski area in New York, Plattekill rewards exploration and creativity, enables and encourages it with a permissive Patrol and line-less lifts. Twenty or 25 runs are possible here, even on a big day. Just keep ripping.In some ways, Plattekill is a time machine, a snapshot of a Catskills otherwise lost. In others, it is exactly of this moment, stripped of the pretense and the crowds that can seem like skiing's inevitable trajectory. The bozos who can't stand a fixed-grip lift ride longer than three minutes don't come here. They would rather stand in a long line for a fast lift. But you don't have to. You can come to Plattekill.Podcast NotesOn Platty's singular atmosphereNo one has written more on Plattekill than Harvey Road, founder of the fantastic New York Ski Blog. I asked him to share links to his five favorite Platty write-ups:Return to Plattekill Mountain – Jan. 8, 2013“Those intangible forces pull me inexorably to Plattekill. Don't get me wrong, Plattekill has some solid tangibles too: lake effect powder and steeps and trees and beautiful views are important to people who love to ski. But there's also something more. A simplicity of purpose that fills my soul with an exuberance I have a hard time capturing in my nine-to-five life.”Plattekill: The Life of Riley – March 5, 2018“Later in the morning the snow and the wind really picked up. It must have snowed two or three inches an hour well into the afternoon. By noon all traces of the bottom were gone and Plattekill was 100% open for business. Twist and Ridge were deserted and any tracks you left on that side of the mountain were gone by the time you returned.”I'm Done Skiing Alone – March 20, 2018“When I was a little kid living on a farm, I'd play by myself in a big tractor tire that served as a sandbox. I developed a reputation for playing alone. ‘Harvey doesn't need playmates, he's happy all by himself!' It wasn't true, down inside I didn't like it, but I didn't know myself well enough to push back.”Chasing Plake – Feb. 4, 2019“Around 10:00 am we headed into the lodge to give our legs a break, hydrate and warm up a little (it was maybe -1 F at this point). As we got to the door, we saw the man himself. ‘I was wondering when you'd show up.'“'Hi, my name is Glen!' he said, offering his hand. I introduced myself and my son and asked if he'd been skiing yet.“'No, we kind of take our time on Saturdays. I love to watch a mountain wake up and come alive.' We chatted about Tahoe and the weather for a couple minutes. I asked if we could take some pics. Of course we could.”Plattekill: Five Days Later – March 11, 2019“We skied down to the double and Sam the Smiling Liftie let us step around the rope and head up early with Patrol. At the top, a new character was introduced. Maybe he'd seen my custom skis, as he said ‘Road? I'm Soule. Jeff Soule.'“I use the word character in it's broadest sense. Gregarious and engaging, with homemade poles he'd carved from tree branches, Jeff had switched to tele this season and was absolutely ripping, hucking everything in sight.”On the lost ski areas of the CatskillsWhen the Vajtays purchased Plattekill in 1993, the mountain was one of six family-owned ski areas in the Catskills. One by one, the other five failed. Here's an overview of each:Highmount, circa 1985Bobcat circa 1996Cortina, circa 1995Scotch Valley, circa 2004I don't think a trailmap exists of Sawkill, which was basically one or two runs and a ropetow on 70 vertical feet.On that ominous New York Times article from the ‘90sLaszlo referred to a New York Times article covering the Vajtays' disastrous second season as owners – that article ran on Jan. 21, 1995. An excerpt:A sign posted at the Ski Plattekill resort here warns against packing the cozy, wood-paneled cafeteria beyond its capacity of 242 people. That has hardly been a problem this winter.With a third of the ski season already over, this resort in the central Catskills has yet to open a single one of its 27 trails. The reason is plain: it has barely snowed this winter, and whatever snow has fallen has been washed away by driving rains and unseasonably warm temperatures. When Laszlo Vajtay, the owner of Ski Plattekill, looks out at his mountain, all he sees is brown grass."It is depressing," he said, as he trudged through the mud blanketing his steepest trail, Blockbuster, on this 52-degree afternoon. "Look at how warm it is. It's like summer. Winter's just not here yet."Mr. Vajtay's experience is the starkest example of what has been a disastrous season for skiers and ski areas across the Northeast. Of the 50 ski areas in New York State, all but nine closed down late this week, hoping to preserve their remaining snow cover for the weekend, according to Ski Areas of New York, a trade group. Things were not much better in New England, where nearly 60 percent of ski resorts reported being closed.On The New York Times article on private mountain rentalsPlattekill has offered private mountain rentals for 15 years. That part of the business really took off, however, after The New York Times profiled the ski area in 2019:Plattekill, in turn, has branded itself as an intimate, old-fashioned resort for expert skiers and families alike. Most important, however, it has been able to guarantee income on the slower weekdays, by becoming a private mountain of sorts. Four days a week, it puts itself up for rent. Any group can have exclusive access to it for just a few thousand dollars a day.In their early years as owners, the Vajtays were obsessed with two things that were not always compatible: making snow and avoiding debt. In the summer, they opened up the mountain for camping, music festivals and mountain biking. They took what they earned and invested it into snow-making equipment.Eventually, a new business idea came from Plattekill's regular skiers, who visited the mountain every time it snowed, even when it wasn't open. (The mountain was and is only open to the public Fridays through Sundays.) This became so common that the Vajtays decided to open the mountain, regardless of the day, following a major snowfall. Typically, about 500 paying customers would show up for the event, called Powderdaize.Powderdaize led to another idea: renting out the entire mountain to groups. Some Plattekill regulars so enjoyed the quiet setting of the last-minute weekday openings that they intimated to Ms. Vajtay how great it would be to have a “power day” to themselves, she recalled. The couple knew of a few members-only mountains in the United States but these were fancy, expensive resorts like the Yellowstone Club in Montana and the Hermitage Club in Vermont. Why not rent out their humble little mountain?In 2008, they started to do just that, charging $2,500 a day for exclusive use of Plattekill Monday through Thursday. (The price has since increased to $4,500.) Clients have ranged from corporations, like Citigroup, to religious organizations. Every year since 2010, Jehovah's Witnesses congregations from New Jersey and New York have met there once a year.On being “The Alta of The Catskills”Laz referred to an old Powder article that glossed Plattekill “the Alta of the Catskills.” The author, Porter Fox, also visited Hunter and Belleayre, but here's the Platty section:Two lifts rose 1,100 vertical feet from the base of Plattekill Ski Resort to the 3,500-foot summit. Between them were a few lift enclosures—designed to mimic gambrel barn roofs in the valley—an oversized base lodge, dirt parking lots, a dirt driveway, and about 200 skiers lapping trails as fast as they could.Plattekill is the Alta of the Catskills. The Little Ski Area That Could has fewer trails but gets more snow than most resorts in the range, averaging 150 inches annually. It is easy to forget that New York State borders two Great Lakes (Ontario and Erie), and that lake-effect storms often carry all the way to the Catskills. Sitting on the northwestern fringe of the range, Plattekill rings out most of the moisture before storms warm up and dry out.The mountain's 38 trails are only open Friday through Sunday. (You can rent the whole place for $3,500/day midweek.) If it snows 12 inches or more, the staff will get the chairs spinning midweek as well. Last year, “Platty” opened on a Monday after receiving four feet of snow in one dump. It wasn't a fluke, resort owner Laszlo Vajtay told me as he pulled up National Weather Service radar images of the storm. Precipitation spanned all the way from Manhattan to Albany in the image. The red dot in the center of the maelstrom was positioned precisely over his mountain.Vajtay, 56, started skiing at Plattekill when he was 7 and never left. He taught skiing, met his wife, Danielle (also an instructor), proposed and got married there. In 1993, he bought the place. The Vajtays didn't have deep pockets, so when their ancient DMC 3700 groomer broke down, they hired a nearby mechanic, named “Macker,” who learned how to fix it. He fixed all of the groomers on the hill, then refurbished an older model that Vajtay bought for a song. In 2014, Plattekill became the only authorized Bombardier service center in New York and Pennsylvania.Meanwhile, one of their snowcat clients asked them to work on their snow guns as well. There was no snowmaking at Plattekill when Vajtay bought it; the Platty crew cobbled one together from used guns and pumps they salvaged from old fire trucks. They took the job on and now part of Plattekill's business is also repairing snow-making equipment and lifts throughout the Northeast. “We run this place like they run farms in the valley—no debt,” Vajtay said. “The one time we had to borrow, we asked our skiers to chip in for a new lift. We paid them back on time, with interest.”Vajtay's standard look is one of excitement, or shock. His clear blue eyes are penetrating, and his gray hair is usually messed up by a ski hat or helmet. The “shock” part is real. He is genuinely amazed at how well he and his crew have done with a small ski area in an era when many others have gone belly up. Sixty-five resorts in New York have closed in the last 40 years, according to the New England Lost Ski Areas Project.In the new world of mega resorts, Plattekill is a time capsule of the way things used to be—steep runs, wild-eyed locals, friendly staff, boot cubbies, $2 frozen pizza slices, and an oversized base lodge bar, where auburn alpenglow settles on the last skiers of the day cruising down. The hand-hewn rafters, deer antler chandeliers, stained pine paneling, antique snowshoes and skis hanging on the wall reel the clock back to the 1980s, '70s, '60s —when televisions received three channels, every car had 300 horsepower under the hood, politicians were accountable for their actions, and all anyone in the Northeast wanted to do in the winter was sleep and ski.Laszlo Vajtay is not just the owner of Plattekill, he grew up skiing there. He and his wife, Danielle, run the ski area like a farm--debt free. They also run it as a family. Above,It's easy to fall into that world at Platty. The day we arrived was the Friday before the annual “Beach Party.” The ticket-seller-bartender-receptionist-office-manager-landscaper gal took a break from blowing up balloons and unfolding last year's tiki decorations to give us tickets before Vajtay took us on a tour of the grounds. Here was the PR-mountain-ops-ticket-sales-manager's office; there were the ski lockers; there was the cafe and the cabinet-sized ski shop run by George Quinn—who wrote two books about ski history in the Catskills and knows the range better than anyone since Rip Van Winkle. Lastly, Vajtay showed us the main eating hall, where a circular fireplace flickered in the middle of the room, itself an actual invention of the 1960s that now absolutely vibes the place with a '60s aura.Out the double picture windows at the northern end of the Blockbuster Lounge was a quiver of double-diamond runs Platty is known for: Blockbuster, Freefall, Plunge, Northface, all of which are pitched straight down. At the top, a long, wooded ridge hems in the resort.Vajtay had rounded up a scrappy crew of locals who were anxious to go, including Scott Ketchum, a longtime local who moved to Phoenicia the same week that Jimmy Hendrix played at Woodstock a few miles away and grew up skiing Simpson's rope tow. After a quick introduction, Ketchum offered to show Reddick some leftover powder in the trees while Vajtay and I talked.Turned out that, at Platty, “leftover powder in the trees” was code for: traverse 45 minutes east across the ridge; find a foot of fresh a week after the last storm; plenty steep and plenty of vertical; bad route-finding at the top; a thicket of trees so dense it became impossible to simply get down; multiple over-the-handlebar moments; broken pole; run-in with an ornery neighbor who had fired a shotgun over someone's head the week before; a few laughs; and, finally, a smelly pig-pile ride in a pickup truck back to the resort.On Snow OperatingLaszlo referenced a podcast episode that I recorded with Snow Operating CEO Joe Hession. Listen here.Laz also talks about Hugh Reynolds, who joined me on a different podcast episode. Listen here. On the Olympic Regional Development AuthorityWe talked extensively about the Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA), which manages three ski areas owned by New York State: Belleayre (which is right down the road from Plattekill), Gore, and Whiteface. Recent NPR reports detailed the stunning level of taxpayer funding channeled into ORDA's coffers over the past six years:Standing in the boardroom of New York's state-run Olympic Regional Development Authority in Lake Placid, CEO Mike Pratt spread out photographs of Olympic sports venues in Beijing, Berlin and Sarajevo that lie abandoned and in ruins.His message was plain: This almost happened here.Pratt convinced New York state to bet on a different future, investing huge amounts of taxpayer cash rebuilding and modernizing the sports authority's venues, most dating back to the 1980 Winter Olympics."The last six years, the total capital investment in the Olympic authority was $552 million," Pratt said. "These are unprecedented investments in our facilities, no question about it. But the return on investment is immediate."NPR found New York state has actually pumped far more dollars into the organization since Pratt took the helm, with government documents showing the total outlay closer to $620 million.You can read more here. It's an incredible story.On Ski Cooper's controversial season passI asked Laz and Danielle about Plattekill's longtime reciprocal partnership with Ski Cooper and where they stand on the controversy around it. I've covered that extensively here, here, and here.On Mount Bohemia's $99 season passI've covered this extensively in the past, but my podcast with Boho owner Lonie Glieberman goes into the whole backstory and strategy behind the mega-bargain pass at this ungroomed glade kingdom in Michigan's remote Upper Peninsula. This year's season pass sale is set for Nov. 22 to Dec. 2. The $99 pass no longer includes Saturdays – skiers have to level up to the $109 version for that. Bohemia also sells a $172 two-year pass and a $1,299 lifetime pass.The Storm explores the world of lift-served skiing year-round. Join us.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 67/100 in 2023, and number 453 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane, or, more likely, I just get busy). You can also email email@example.com. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.stormskiing.com/subscribe
David Faitelson y José Ramón Fernández debaten en este episodio de Cronómetro si el América tiene razón en quejarse por el arbitraje en la Leagues Cup tras su eliminación en Octavos de Final ante el Nashville y si usa esos señalamientos como cortina de humo por su mal desempeño en la cancha. Además, el Monterrey avanzó a Cuartos de Final del torneo y aunque la organización lo mandó a Los Angeles, la conclusión es que los Rayados lucen como favoritos para superar al LAFC del mexicano Carlos Vela. Por otro lado, con la inminente permanencia de Jaime Lozano como técnico de la selección mexicana, la pregunta es si la máxima responsabilidad para sacar buenos resultados está en los seleccionados que, prácticamente, eligieron al nuevo DT del Tri.
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ROMA (ITALPRESS) - "Dobbiamo recuperare il tempo perduto, siamo tutti sulla stessa barca", ha sottolineato il presidente del Coni Giovanni Malagò in merito ai ritardi delle Olimpiadi Invernali del 2026.xh7/gm/mc/gtr
There was a time when the Ford Cortina was ubiquitous in New Zealand. A hugely popular family car, or hotted up racer, seen up and down the country. Now a new book pays homage to all the Cortinas Marks I to V. Author and Cortina fan Gordon Campbell's book "Kiwis and Cortinas" places the car in New Zealand's motoring history. Gordon features 35 Ford Cortinas and their owners, from some who have just one Cortina to one who owns 12 and another who owns 26.
Lo scrittore spagnolo Javier Castillo è un autore di thriller molto apprezzato. Suo è il successo "La ragazza di neve" diventato anche una serie tv Netflix. Aveva esordito alcuni anni fa con il self-publishing, mentre faceva il consulente finanziario e scriveva sullo smartphone durante i viaggi in treno. Ora è in libreria con "Il gioco dell'anima"(Salani - traduz. Elena Rolla). Torna il personaggio della giornalista investigativa Miren Triggs. Accanto a lei c'è l'ex professore di giornalismo Jim Schomer e poi, a seguire le indagini, l'ispettore Ben Miller dell'unità persone scomparse. Siamo a New York nel 2011, la giornalista ha appena pubblicato un libro su un caso che aveva risolto e dopo un firma copie riceve una busta: dentro c'è una foto di una ragazza imbavagliata, un nome, una data e poi un invito "Vuoi giocare con me?". Parallelamente viene ritrovato il corpo di una ragazza crocifissa: era scomparsa da una settimana. Nella seconda parte un po' di consigli di lettura e la segnalazione di alcuni festival letterari estivi. Libri citati: "ELP" di Antonio Manzini (Sellerio),"Dentro la gabbia" di Stefano Cosmo (Marsilio),"La portalettere" di Francesca Giannone (Nord),"Fame d'aria" di Daniele Mencarelli (Mondadori),"La via delle sorelle" di Gaia Manzini (Bompiani),"In giro per festival 2023-2024. Guida nomade agli eventi culturali" di Oliviero Ponte di Pino e Giulia Alonzo (Altraeconomia). Festival letterari citati: "La milanesiana" a Milano e in altre 22 città, "Il libro possibile" a Polignano (Bari) e Vieste (Foggia), "Una montagna di libri" a Cortina d'Ampezzo (Belluno), "UlisseFest" a Pesaro, "Tolfa Gialli e Noir" a Tolfa (Roma).
Sofia grew up wanting to do everything her older brother, Tommaso did, so when he took to the slopes, she begged her Mom to let her join. At 6, she forecasted her future: she wanted to be a famous ski racer who would win World Cups. Flash forward to today, and she's crowned the 'queen of speed' with 3x World Cup Downhill title wins and 2x Olympic medals including the first for Italy in her discipline (downhill). That said, Sofia wants her episode to focus on her comebacks, and how she's responded to countless injuries including what she describes as the most challenging time of her life: the 23 days between her debilitating crash in Cortina and taking home silver in Beijing 2022. You read that right... She could barely walk, yet she won silver in the Olympic downhill, the fastest event on skis. When asked about what moment (skiing or not) she's most proud of, she cites two moments: her Olympic gold, and her continuous growth; "The thing that makes me most proud of myself is when I see that I'm becoming a better person." Her goal is to leave a mark on everything she does and everyone with whom she interacts. "I want to make a difference, and it's not only skiing but everything I do. It is good to leave a piece of you in everyone you meet." She cites her incredible support team including her sponsor, Red Bull, as well as friend and mentor, Lindsey Vonn (see quote in podcast graphic) for helping her get to where she is today. As Sofia looks to the future, she's eager to rewrite history in the Cortina 2026 Games. Contributing Expert: Pete Sharland (Digital Editor, Eurosport) Thank you to Dino Cattaneo for making this episode possible. Media clips from the following sources were used: -'Happy Sofia Goggia makes successful comeback in downhill practice: "I was not afraid at all"', Alessandro Poggi, February 12, 2022, Olympics.com -Goggia wins historic Women's Downhill Gold for Italy | Alpine Skiing, Olympics.com -NBC Sports' YouTube Channel, 'Goggia crashes to end streak, Gut-Behrami takes title in Zauchensee', January 15, 2022. - @NBCOlympics Tweet, February 17, 2022. - NBC Sports' YouTube Channel, 'Sofia Goggia completes Lake Louise World Cup sweep with super-G win,' December 5, 2021. - NBC Sports' YouTube Channel, 'Goggia wins World Cup downhill; Johnson second | NBC Sports, December 20, 2021. - FIS Alpine's YouTube Channel, '
Amid the US debt ceiling turmoil, where can investors find a 'market opportunity'? What are the risks of a US credit rating being downgraded? And what AI product did Nvidia unveil? Dan Koh and Ryan Huang investigate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
La Central Lechera, dícese del inmenso, ilimitado aparato de propaganda a las órdenes de Florentino Pérez y, por consiguiente, del Real Madrid. La Central Lechera, entidad mitológica más difícil de encontrar que un unicornio o una sirena. Sólo hay que echar un vistazo sin prejuicios a los medios de este país para darse cuenta de que abunda más la Central de la Butifarra y el Espetec, y en los últimos días la Central Horchatera. Al final, el vocablo de Lechera de la Central no proviene de la leche, que es blanca, sino de las leches, los golpes, que día tras día le propinan al Real Madrid. Becario: @alogonsa Min. 01 Seg. 44 - Intro Min. 08 Seg. 56 - El país dividido en dos mitades Min. 16 Seg. 02 - Mentir es lo habitual Min. 21 Seg. 16 - Los orígenes de una indignación Min. 26 Seg. 27 - Cortina de humo para tapar dos fracasos Min. 33 Seg. 48 - Hay que domesticar a la fiera Min. 38 Seg. 57 - Justicia igual para todos Min. 45 Seg. 24 - Conciliador, cariñoso y condescendiente Min. 50 Seg. 06 - Le tiraron de la lengua para que hiciese sangre Min. 56 Seg. 06 - Despedida Roxette (Barcelona 26/03/2001) Dressed For Success Wish I Could Fly Dangerous Sleeping In My Car The Look Real Sugar Listen To Your Heart Stars Joyride Leonard Cohen - Everybody Knows (Londres 17/07/2008)
Is it time for you to get unstuck or resolve your trauma? Thankfully we have an amazing professional with us this week ready to talk about his own treatment method for helping patients do just that!Michael Cortina is the founder of The Cortina Method, an approach based on neuroscience and brain optimization, which is, "getting the brain to respond to life, in the most enticing and optimal way possible." Michael developed this method after seeing frustratingly slow results through more traditional means, and now takes his style to patients and practitioners at large with a goal to touch one million lives! We get a peak into Michael's history and some of the highlights of his method in this episode. If you are curious to learn more about TCM, we encourage you to look up Michael's website or reach out to him directly!https://michaelcortina.com/Hosted by: Ryan & Julee Barkauskas----Follow Ryan on Social Media!IG: @Ryanbarkauskas----Follow Therapy with my Mom!IG: @TherapywithmymomFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/therapywithmymomTwitter: @TherapywithmymomEmail us with topic suggestions or stories we can share on the show!Therapywithmymom@gmail.com---- Music CreditsMusic from https://freetousemusic.com/"Joy" by Limujiihttps://youtu.be/yHDLbdT4Z1Q
Micol Flammini"La cortina di vetro"Mondadori Editorehttps://mondadori.itMentre l'Occidente si è illuso che il crollo dell'Unione Sovietica avrebbe segnato anche la dissoluzione della cortina di ferro che a lungo ha sfregiato l'Europa e diviso il blocco occidentale e il blocco comunista, non è stato così per i paesi che all'ombra di quella lunga cicatrice vivevano. Ucraina, Bielorussia, Polonia, i paesi baltici e i Balcani non hanno mai smesso di stare con il fiato sospeso: al confine tra due mondi, in bilico tra due sistemi, la democrazia da una parte, l'autocrazia dall'altra. Se alcuni di questi paesi sono rimasti ancorati alla Russia, altri hanno invece abbracciato il mondo occidentale perché se ne sono sempre ritenuti parte, altri ancora hanno intrapreso una corsa forsennata per entrare nella NATO e nell'Unione europea considerandole l'unica assicurazione contro l'aggressività russa. Poi c'è il paese per il quale stare di qua o di là è diventato questione di vita o di morte: l'Ucraina. Sono nazioni che portano tuttora il peso di una storia incompiuta, sempre in cerca di una resa dei conti.Flammini sceglie «di raccontare questo mondo mai tramontato, rimasto per trent'anni in sottofondo» lungo una cortina che nel tempo ha perso la sua impenetrabilità e che «i rapporti economici, gli scambi culturali e i viaggi hanno reso di vetro». L'autrice tesse insieme racconti, incontri e viaggi, mostrando come l'invasione dell'Ucraina del 24 febbraio 2022 e il ritorno della guerra in Europa non possano essere letti semplicemente «come il gesto folle di un presidente in cerca del suo impero». Perché «a quel giorno Vladimir Putin ci è arrivato compiendo un percorso ben preciso, che i paesi che vivono attorno alla Russia tenevano sotto osservazione sin dall'implosione dell'URSS». Per capire il mondo di domani, occorre partire da qui.Micol Flammini è giornalista del «Foglio». Scrive di Europa, soprattutto orientale, di Russia, di Israele, di storie, di personaggi, qualche volta di libri, calpestando volentieri il confine tra politica internazionale e letteratura. Ha studiato tra Udine e Cracovia, tra Mosca e Varsavia, ora vive a Roma. È coautrice di due podcast, Diventare Zelensky e EuPorn, nato come un romanzo a puntate sull'Unione europea e pubblicato ogni settimana sul «Foglio».IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.itQuesto show fa parte del network Spreaker Prime. Se sei interessato a fare pubblicità in questo podcast, contattaci su https://www.spreaker.com/show/1487855/advertisement
“English et al. report that children whose families are characterised by interpersonal violence, including psychological aggression and verbal aggression, may exhibit a range of serious disorders, including chronic depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, dissociation and anger. Additionally, English et al. report that the impact of emotional abuse "did not differ significantly" from that of physical abuse. Johnson et al. report that, in a survey of female patients (n = 825), 24% suffered emotional abuse, and this group experienced higher rates of gynaecological problems. In their study of men emotionally abused by a wife/partner (n = 116), Hines and Malley-Morrison report that victims exhibit high rates of post-traumatic stress disorder and alcoholism. Namie's study of workplace bullying found that 31% of women and 21% of men who reported workplace bullying exhibited three key symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (hypervigilance, intrusive imagery, and avoidance behaviours). A 1998 study of male college students (n = 70) by Simonelli & Ingram found that men who were emotionally abused by their female partners exhibited higher rates of chronic depression than the general population. A study of college students (n = 80) by Goldsmith and Freyd report that many who have experienced emotional abuse do not characterise the mistreatment as abusive. Additionally, Goldsmith and Freyd show that these people also tend to exhibit higher than average rates of alexithymia (difficulty identifying and processing their own emotions). Jacobson et al. found that women report markedly higher rates of fear during marital conflicts. However, a rejoinder argued that Jacobson's results were invalid due to men and women's drastically differing interpretations of questionnaires. Coker et al. found that the effects of mental abuse were similar whether the victim was male or female. Pimlott-Kubiak and Cortina found that severity and duration of abuse were the only accurate predictors of aftereffects of abuse; sex of perpetrator or victim were not reliable predictors. Analysis of a large survey (n = 25,876) by LaRoche found that women abused by men were slightly more likely to seek psychological help than were men abused by women (63% vs. 62%). In a 2007 study, Laurent, et al., report that psychological aggression in young couples (n = 47) is associated with decreased satisfaction for both partners: "psychological aggression may serve as an impediment to couples development because it reflects less mature coercive tactics and an inability to balance self/other needs effectively." A 2008 study by Walsh and Shulman reports that psychological aggression by females is more likely to be associated with relationship dissatisfaction for both partners, while withdrawal by men is more likely to be associated with relationship dissatisfaction for both partners.” --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
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On this episode of Market View, Michelle Martin and Ryan Huang explain what Comba Telecom's lead in share buybacks would mean for its company, why the IPO market is showing signs of life even as recession fears persist, and key economic data to look forward to for the rest of this week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to episode 1357, another episode of “On The Road Edition”, hosted by Stevie Kim. In this episode Stevie is in Cortina and is talking with Alessandro Torcoli More about today's guest: To what extent Alessandro Torcoli made his passion for wine a profession or was it his profession, that of a journalist, that made him passionate about wine, we cannot know. Instead, it is certain that he is one of the greatest connoisseurs of wine tourism in Italy. His curriculum is public and easily traceable on the web, therefore we will not retrace the stages of his brilliant career here. We at FisarMilano know and appreciate him not only for his professionalism but also for his great availability . During the very sad period of the lockdown he kept us company for an evening leading us by the hand to discover some wines that he presented and described to us with loving passion . On this occasion we were also able to experience the more human side of his character: an affable and very courteous person like him, he then entertained himself to answer some questions that were posed to him, placing his many years of study at our disposal . The firmness and certainty of his answers may have made one think of a certain arrogance, a bit like some people who consider themselves "arrived". For him, however, this is not the case: he recently got back into the game by participating as a "student" in the courses organized by the Institute of Masters of Wine , which can only be accessed after having taken a very difficult exam, aimed at testing the deepest knowledge of the world wine. And while he is taking part in this "course" he directs his magazine Civiltà del Bere which is based in Milan at the Enoluogo wine shop where he can also be met and consulted for some buying advice. On 17 February 2022 he will be a guest again at FisarMilano: on this occasion he will present his new book, Vinology – Tasting course , of which we only know that it is an infographic manual (like the previous Vinology, a visual guide to d' Italy and the world) to learn to taste and to identify the peculiarities of each vine through our senses. Find out more by visiting: https://www.fisarmilano.org/magazine/2022/02/alessandro-torcoli-un-curriculum-di-tutto-rispetto/ More about the host Stevie Kim: Stevie Kim hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To learn more visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!
Today we are in for a treat with Dr. Shah (@DermDoctor on TikTok and @Doctorly on Instagram) and his incredible story from building his followers that has now reached over 20 million across his social media platforms. We're getting into the importance of social media content, the ins and outs of business in the dermatology world AND where we feel the world of social media is heading in the future. Shah has become a trusted advisor for anyone seeking skincare education and dermatology by creating content that is as informative as it is entertaining. (You can see some of his content HERE). He is a board-certified dermatologist with a passion for skincare education and improving healthcare access. Dr. Shah has recently joined forces with Dr. Maclellan's Cortina Health to broaden dermatology care for everyone. Cortina is the only all-inclusive teledermatology platform on the market, where users get access to U.S. board-certified dermatologists diagnosis and personalized treatment based on their specific skin condition delivered to their door. Love the Routine Project podcast? Be sure to follow and leave a rating/review today and let us know what you learned! Host and Executive Producer: Justin Crawford Produced by: House of Routine and JUST Media
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L'Europa ormai ha deciso, le auto a diesel e benzina dal 2035 non saranno più prodotte, spazio quindi all'elettrico. Questo drastico cambiamento però deve essere supportato da altre misure e per realizzare queste opere il tempo stringe. Intanto è stata raggiunta una prima intesa fra Consiglio e Parlamento Ue per la realizzazione, sulle principali reti stradali dei Paesi dell'Unione, delle stazioni di ricarica elettriche e a idrogeno per auto e mezzi pesanti. Dopo un lungo negoziato, intanto, le istituzioni Ue hanno raggiunto un accordo sulla nuova direttiva per promuovere e regolamentare le energie rinnovabili. Lo annuncia con un Tweet la presidenza svedese dell'Ue. L'accordo sulla nuova direttiva aumenta al 42,5% l'obiettivo Ue al 2030 per la quota di consumi finali di energia elettrica che dovranno essere coperti da fonti rinnovabili. Nella seconda parte parliamo della "Cortina di Vetro" (Strade Blu, Mondadori), un viaggio nell'Europa dell'est oltre il passato sovietico con l'autrice Micol Flammini.
Jaqueline Mourão é uma das grandes personalidades do esporte brasileiro. Com oito participações olímpicas (de inverno e de verão), ela é também uma das ciclistas mais importantes da nossa história. Aos 47 anos, ela já não faz mais planos de competir na Elite do Mountain Bike, mas ainda trabalha para uma nona olimpíada, em Cortina 2026. Nossa conversa com ela não é sobre toda essa trajetória. Mas passa pelos vários ciclos de treinamento, de objetivos relevantes, onde ela reflete sobre os picos e vales da sua carreira. O ponto de partida é o mesmo do episódio anterior, o documentário "Peso do Ouro", com Michael Phelps, dono de 28 medalhas olímpicas. PRODUÇÃO E APRESENTAÇÃO: Leandro Bittar e Alvaro PachecoCONVIDADA: Jaqueline MourãoSiga o @gregario_cycling nas redes sociais: https://instabio.cc/gregariocyclingThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Episode Notes To find out more about the deeper learning conference visit the website, deeper-learning.org. Walter Cortina, 19, is Bridgemakers President and Co-Founder. Led by Minnesota youth from backgrounds of extreme adversity, Bridgemakers amplifies the voice and mentors the leadership of under-resourced youth to bridge America's toughest gaps. Walter became homeless at 13 after his parents were deported to Mexico. The Minneapolis native worked three jobs to support himself and his family and encountered the juvenile justice system. Experiencing trauma and poverty at an early age, Walter discovered his passion to channel anger and pain into action and purpose. At 15, he created and led Venture Academy's Changemakers team to advocate for student-centered school improvement. At 17, he interned for the Minneapolis Foundation CEO and co-keynoted the Teacher-Powered Schools National Conference. After losing their jobs in the 2020 pandemic shutdown, Walter and other youth built a bipartisan statewide coalition that generated 65 media features, successfully sued the State of Minnesota and permanently changed state law, bringing $33 million in unemployment benefits to 20,000 eligible students. Walter's journey is featured in Sam Seidel's Hip-Hop Genius 2.0: Remixing High School Education (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022). The first in his family to graduate high school, he graduated from the High School for Recording Arts (HSRA) in St. Paul last May. Walter's life purpose is to create a world in which youth have the resources, mentorship, access, and opportunities to be leaders of their destiny to create a better tomorrow for everyone. You can learn more about Bridgemakers at Bridgemakersmn.org Also, read the article “Building Bridgemakers” in Unboxed!
Dr. Muneeb Shah aka Tikok's @DermDoctor is a board-certified dermatologist with nearly 18 million followers on TikTok. Also known as Doctorly on YouTube, Dr. Shah has built a megawatt reputation serving up skincare education, low-cost product solutions and debunking common myths that could be harming your skin. We caught up with Dr. Shah at a CeraVe event to find out how we should be changing up our skincare routines for Spring, how-to level-up for aging skin, along with his reaction to the latest “sober skin” trend – great or gimmick? Pssst! Check us out on Tiktok where we play a fun round of “Smash or Pass” – skincare edition – with Dr. Shah. What you'll learned in this episode: Why three or four products should be the maximum in your routine How young is too young to start using retinol (you might be surprised by the answer!) Should you really squeeze your prescription retinol into a tub of CeraVe? The #1 mistake people are making with SPF What Dr. Shah personally stocks up on at the drugstore The in-office laser that Dr. Shah is calling an alternative to Accutane for acne – and what other benefits could be on the horizon for this fast-growing innovation What Dr. Shah has to say about the $3000 celeb-loved Lyma laser Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter. Join our private Facebook group, or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302. For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our website: https://breakingbeautypodcast.com/episode-recaps/ PROMO CODES: When you support our show partners, you support the creation of Breaking Beauty Podcast! DROPLETTE For a limited time, listeners can get 50% off your Droplette device at droplette.io and use code Beauty. OUAI The OUAI to healthy hair this season—and beyond—starts here. Go to theouai.com and use code BEAUTY15 for 15% off your entire purchase Dr Pimple Popper on TLC Watch an all new season of Dr. Pimple Popper, Wednesdays at 9pm (8pm Central), on TLC. Set your DVR. *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.* Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya Produced by Dear Media Studio
In ep221 it's just the lads. Tom talks about his recent visit to the Tip Top Lounge to see The Tossers, while Neil traveled to Highland Park to help his friend Mike (Sexy Baby Records/Loud Pizza) get ready for the opening of his new brick and mortar record store. We also talk about the upcoming April Record Store Day and Punk Rock Bowling. With songs by The Oppressed, Ten Second March, The Tossers, The Fall, 999, The Cortina's, Neon Hearts and The Queers.
Por un lado hablamos de las preguntas que los medios dejaron de la deportación de Aida Merlano y su show ante los medios y luego no pudimos dejar pasar el publirreportaje que hizo Semana con las políticas de seguridad del Presidente de El Salvador Nayib Bukele. Produce: Sara TrejosAnálisis: María Paula Martínez, Andrés Páramo y Santiago RivasPost: Rodrigo Rodríguez y Sara TrejosAsistencia de producción: Paula Villán/ Sillón Estudios. Apoya este proyecto acá. NOTAS DEL EPISODIOAida Merlano: no más show, llegó la hora de las pruebas“Un espectáculo grotesco”: así calificó el fiscal Barbosa el recibimiento de Aída MerlanoMerlano regresó a Colombia y promete sacar sus pruebas contra los CharLa llegada de Aida Merlano definirá el futuro electoral de la Costa Caribe: periodista política - BluRadioGustavo Bolívar: “Qué rostro lindo tiene Aida Merlano. Su historia es la de Catalina en Sin Tetas”El milagro de Nayib Bukele: los impactantes resultados del presidente de El Salvador que se ha convertido en el mayor contradictor de Gustavo Petro.“Cortina de humo internacional”: El Control a Petro y la pelea con Nayib Bukele Hilo Óscar MartínezPetro vs Bukele: A fondoLa metamorfosis de Nayib Bukele: un poder envenenado | EL PAÍSBUKELE: EL DÉSPOTA POPULAR - Enrique Santos Nayib Bukele y Gustavo Petro, el problema detrás de la pelea entre los presidentesEl "efecto Bukele": el controvertido estado de excepción vigente en Honduras para luchar contra la delincuencia Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Saudações pessoas! Nesse episódio do Viracasacas, Carapanã e Gabriel Divan discorrem sobre o bizarro episódio das JOIAS DAS ARÁBIAS que Bolsonaro e seus Milicos Amestrados tentaram contrabandear para o Brasil. Apesar de alguns dos menores brasileiros vivos, vide Deltinha Dallagnol, estarem tentando tratar desse episódio como uma mera discussão sobre “presentes a Chefes de Estado” , a brincadeira é muito mais grave. O altíssimo valor das joias e o fato de que elas foram contrabandeadas por um militar, assessor de um Almirante que ocupava então o cargo de Ministro das Minas e Energia, torna tudo ainda mais estranho. Nenhum chefe de Estado presenteia o outro dessa maneira, através de pacotes entregues em última hora contendo valores milionários. Lembra de como o Sérgio Cabral lavava dinheiro? Pois é. Por último falamos sobre como o Chupetinha está tentando importar o pânico moral do neofascismo internacional em torno da transsexualidade, que já motiva massacres e atentados terroristas nos Estados Unidos e Europa. Cortina de fumaça? Não se trata disso, mas de pregar ódio e controlar a pauta enquanto desrespeita suas colegas de Câmara de forma vil e patética.
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Subscribe to my YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/RonSpomerOutdoorsSubscribe Welcome to the Ron Spomer Outdoors Podcast! In this episode, I talk with Erik Cortina about long-range shooting. Cortina is a professional F-Class shooter and has been competing since 2008. He has one suggestion that will make you a better hunter, in this episode of Ron Spomer Outdoors. Links: Website: https://ronspomeroutdoors.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ronspomeroutdoors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ronspomer/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/RonSpomerOutdoors Who is Ron Spomer For 44 years I've had the good fortune to photograph and write about my passion – the outdoor life. Wild creatures and wild places have always stirred me – from the first flushing pheasant that frightened me out of my socks in grandpa's cornfield to the last whitetail that dismissed me with a wag of its tail. In my attempts to connect with this natural wonder, to become an integral part of our ecosystem and capture a bit of its mystery, I've photographed, hiked, hunted, birded, and fished across much of this planet. I've seen the beauty that everyone should see, survived adventures that everyone should experience. I may not have climbed the highest mountains, canoed the wildest rivers, caught the largest fish or shot the biggest bucks, but I've tried. Perhaps you have, too. And that's the essential thing. Being out there, an active participant in our outdoor world. Produced by: Red 11 Media Disclaimer All loading, handloading, gunsmithing, shooting and associated activities and demonstrations depicted in our videos are conducted by trained, certified, professional gun handlers, instructors, and shooters for instructional and entertainment purposes only with emphasis on safety and responsible gun handling. Always check at least 3 industry handloading manuals for handloading data, 2 or 3 online ballistic calculators for ballistic data. Do not modify any cartridge or firearm beyond what the manufacturer recommends. Do not attempt to duplicate, mimic, or replicate anything you see in our videos. Firearms, ammunition, and constituent parts can be extremely dangerous if not used safely. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
- Caza de OVNIS ¿Cortina de humo? Al menos 3 objetos no identificados han sido derribados por cazas de EE.UU. Hay quien opina que estamos ante encuentros con objetos de procedencia no humana, otros apuntan a una campaña para desviar la atención sobre el reciente accidente ocurrido en Ohio que han bautizado como el 'Chernóbil' norteamericano. - La oscura historia de `The Carpenters' Tras la sonrisa que siempre reflejaban en las portadas de sus discos se escondía un historia terrible que fue, incluso, llevada a la televisión. La Historia oculta de los Carpenters, uno de los grupos musicales más exitosos del mundo. - Wolf 1069 b Este es el nombre de un planeta, que según los expertos, es idéntico a la Tierra. Puede que este repleto de vida o puede que se convierta en el lugar donde la humanidad tenga que viajar en un futuro lejano.
In this week's BOAT Briefing, Caroline and Cecile discuss their highlights from the Superyacht Design festival in Cortina, as well as the most exciting debuts – and useful statistics – at this year's Miami Boat Show. In the news this week are two huge launches by Lürssen: 145m Luminance and 90m Project 1601. Finally, the team picks their favourite superyachts new to the brokerage market – see which yachts should be on your wish list. Links: Superyacht Design Festival 2023: https://www.boatinternational.com/luxury-yacht-events/superyacht-design-festival BOAT International Design & Innovation Awards: https://www.boatinternational.com/luxury-yacht-events/design-and-innovation-awards Yachts for sale at the 2023 Miami International Boat Show: https://www.boatinternational.com/yacht-market-intelligence/brokerage-sales-news/miami-boat-show-yachts-for-sale Watch: 145m Lürssen superyacht Project Luminance launched: https://www.boatinternational.com/yachts/news/lurssen-superyacht-project-luminance-launched Lürssen launches 90m Project 1601: https://www.boatinternational.com/yachts/news/lurssen-yacht-project-1601 The Italian Sea Group and Giorgio Armani unveil 72m superyacht collaboration: https://www.boatinternational.com/yachts/news/giorgio-armani-italian-sea-group-superyacht Baglietto launches first hybrid T52 model: https://www.boatinternational.com/yachts/news/baglietto-t52-hybrid-yacht-launch BOAT Pro: https://www.boatinternational.com/boat-pro Subscribe: https://www.boatinternational.com/subscriptions Contact us: email@example.com
En Nuestro 3ero de 6 episodios especiales hablando acerca de lo que conlleva llevar un Producto de Lucha a la television, nos enfatizamos en este episodio en el lado creativo o el booking de la Lucha .Esta es la 1era parte de dos donde hablamos con dos personas que han hecho o hacen booking en Puerto Rico.Lo bueno,Lo malo ,Los retos, el Problema de los egos en el camerino,Como se lidia con el talento Si existe esperanza de que esto pueda volver a ser como antes. Agarren su cerveza para hablar con Con Dennis de los siguientes Temas: Cómo comenzó en el lado creativo La Influencia de Luke Williams Quien le dio su 1era oportunidad Lo que sucede el día de un show. Trabajar con Moody Que con lleva ser un agente o productor de una Lucha. La diferencia entre P.R y Estados Unidos está en el lado creativo. Lo difícil a veces es lidiar con los luchadores y hacerlos comprar sus ideas. Define el exceso de alegría de los Luchadores. Como tratar de hacer que los Luchadores no tiren todas sus balas en una Lucha. El proceso creativo de Moody y Dennis. Las “Ideas” de los Luchadores. Cuando tus ideas no funcionan. Los Egos en la Lucha libre. Cuán difícil es crear una estrella hoy en día. La década o Generación Perdida de la Lucha libre en Puerto Rico El daño Irremediable que hizo esta década a la Lucha libre. Nombramos Luchadores que sufrieron de ese embate. La falacia de los veteranos es decir que no saben crear estrellas. Porque no existe un Shane Moderno o Un técnico legítimo. Porque es difícil crear un rudo que genere odio. El Problema de las escuelas de lucha. Las redes sociales y cómo ha afectado ser rudo o técnico en la Lucha libre. Las Páginas de Internet y cómo afectan el lado creativo. La Importancia de la promo en el lado creativo. Porque no existen buenas Promos Hoy en dia en la mayoria de los casos. La frustracion como Lider creativo de la falta de Promos. Explicamos el Nuevo Modelo de la LAWE en el 2023 en Arroz y Habichuela( Saludos Pico). En que se basa el nuevo Modelo de LAWE. Cuando es el momento perfecto para calentar una historia Entre muchos temas mas que tienen que ver con el Booking de una empresa y en especial el Booking en la isla de Puerto Rico. Caveman --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/luis-cuevas/support
David Faitelson y José Ramón Fernández reaccionan en este episodio de Cronómetro a la "reestructuración" del futbol mexicano anunciada por Yon de Luisa, presidente de la federación, y por Mikel Arriola, presidente de la Liga MX, y aseguran que los puntos propuestos en el plan son sólo "más de lo mismo" que ha padecido el balompié del país y que la realidad es que los dueños de clubes no afectarán el negocio por lo deportivo.
Brasile, la democrazia in pericolo Il prezzo dell'ambizione Attivismo climatico, sempre più radicale Giuseppe Conte sceglie Cortina per le sue vacanze Milano, il Teatro degli Arcimboldi cancella lo spettacolo di Sergei Polunin
On this episode of the Modern Day Sniper Podcast we welcome Mr. Erik Cortina to the show. Mr. Cortina is an extremely accomplished shooter in the F-Class world and is known for sharing his knowledge of attaining extreme accuracy and precision with his loads. Mr. Cortina is also known for his research and development of barrel tuners. Erik and Caylen have a great conversation surrounding general precision shooting, Erik's background and how he got into shooting, and of course, we touch on barrel tuners. Enjoy the episode! https://www.shootsmallgroups.com/ Join the Modern Day Rifleman Network: https://www.mdsschoolhouse.com www.moderndayrifleman.com https://moderndaysniper.com/ MDS Instagram
Comentarios DTOP en Twitter: “[Atención] Personal de DTOP @actprgov se movilizó para la reparación de emergencia del pavimento en la PR-17 Avenida Jesús T. Piñero en el municipio de San Juan. #SeguridadVial” ¿En serio? Gobernador anuncia designación de nueva procuradora de las Mujeres https://www.metro.pr/noticias/2023/01/08/gobernador-anuncia-designacion-de-nueva-procuradora-de-la-mujer/?outputType=amp JoanneRodríguezVeve • Respuesta de @rodriguez_veve en Twitter: Nuevamente el Gobernador complace al feminismo radical en el país. Con la designación a la OPM el gobernador, Pedro Pierluisi, deja claro cómo piensa y cuál es el rol de la perspectiva de género en su gobierno. “El que tenga ojos para ver, que vea” • La OPM debe ser un espacio seguro “para las que abogan por un gobierno libre de imposiciones ideológicas” Invitado: Dr. Gustavo Cortina Rodríguez: psicólogo y salubrista • La desinformación ganó la batalla a la educación en salud • 97% de los científicos están de acuerdo en los protocolos seguidos • Influencia de medios de comunicación y celebridades sobre curas milagrosa o “El sesgó de confirmación” • OMS anticipa reducción significativa de COVID y viruela del mono en el 2023 o https://www.periodicolaperla.com/salud/oms-anticipa-reduccion-significativa-de-covid-y-viruela-del-mono-en-el-2023/ • ¿Por qué el aumento en las muertes? • XBB.1.5 puede ser 'la subvariante más transmisible de ómicron hasta la fecha', advierten científicos o https://cnnespanol.cnn.com/2023/01/05/xbb-15-omicron-covid-19-trax/ • “Humanizar la Salud” o https://www.simbiotia.com/humanizacion-de-la-salud/ o Filosofía de trabaja dentro del cuidado de salud o Educar con información basadas en evidencia o Enfocar en las poblaciones marginadas y de periferia o Dejar los discursos elitistas o Hay que superar el esquema de los planes médicos
This is an episode that is "off the tracks" in some manners of speaking. But, we cover some interesting topics as we speak with competition shooters and imbibe a bit of whiskey. See the hashtags for more insight. ;)