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We had to double bag this action packed episode because Mat insisted we just start shoving content in on this one. We go over this weekend's Wild Card matchups, our Over/Under recap (from episode 83 and 84), some NFL news, AND another Fact of the Day brought to you by Mr. Cotton! It's a lot but we assure you its a good time. Enjoy responsibly! Support: TacoCorp FFL Podcast - Apple TacoCorp FFL Podcast - Spotify Whiskey Flick Podcast - Apple Champions Dynasty Podcast - Apple Champions Dynasty Podcast - Spotify 58 W. King Twitter 58 W. King Instagram 58 W. King Website 58 W. King YouTube 58 W. King E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monica Crowley joins Clay and Buck to discuss inflation nation and Hillary's 2024 revenge fantasy. Sinema on filibuster; Cotton reads old Schumer speech against killing filibuster on Senate floor. Biden freefall: only 33% approval in Quinnipiac poll. Manhattan crime wave. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This episode is loaded with goodies as the Dems try to permanently change the way we vote in order for them to get one party control of America. It's called the "Freedom to Vote" act and it's name is over the top even for liberals. Senator Tom Cotton proved how absurd all this is as the Dems want to change the filibuster in the Senate to pass it... Cotton gave a speech on the floor of the Senate that was written by Chuck Schumer years ago. Classic. Bill Gates seems to be some sort of authority on Covid and after two years of being wrong, he's joining common sense Americans now in saying we should start treating this thing like the seasonal flu. Thank you. Joe Biden's poll numbers hit an even lower low, Mitch McConnel calls him "profoundly unpresidential" and what the heck is up with Prince Andrew's teeth. It's all good fun.
Things were intense on Capitol Hill again this week as two separate hearings spiraled out of control. Dr. Fauci was on the stand where he again was slammed by Senator Rand Paul. Fauci got visibly peeved and even took the Lord's name in vain after a sequence with Senator Marshall, who is also a physician. Then Senators Cruz and Cotton tried to get the FBI and DOJ to discuss Ray Epps and the FBI's involvement in the events of January 6th. Plus, USA Today deleted a rather peculiar tweet and you need ID, a vaccine and mask to go out starting Saturday. Get Your Complete Concealed Carry & Family Defense Guide for Free at https://USCCA.com/DREW LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos every day. **Donate directly to Drew and the show and be mentioned as a producer**: https://www.drewberquist.com/support/ Partner Links: Want hard-hitting conservative content? Visit our friends at https://RedVoiceMedia.com Show Sponsors and Fan Discounts: My Pillow - Get the best night's sleep of your life and save! Use Promo Code DREW to save up to 66% off your purchase at https://MyPillow.com The Root Brands-Get rid of heavy metals and toxins in your body! Purchase Clean Slate and other Root Brands products here: https://therootbrands.com/product/trinity-pack/drewberquist Mammoth Nation - Become a member and save at https://mammothnation.com/ UFM Underwear -Visit https://ufmunderwear.com/ and Use Promo Code DREW to receive $6 off! Red Beach Nation - Whether you live at the beach, are traveling to one or just want to imagine yourself there…Red Beach's comfy patriotic apparel is sure to lift your spirits. Use promo code DREW and save 10% at https://RedBeachNation.com
Fan favorite Shane Bettenhausen stops by to chat classic games / shoot-them-ups, Steam Deck, and TV Asahi's top 100 game list, with a hat tip to 2021 faves and what we're excited about in 2022. Time – Topic Discussed: 01:09 - Nicknames 19:51 - G.Darius HD, Cotton 100% + Panorama Cotton, and Nemesis '90 Kai 25:54 - Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (and general Castlevania talk) 41:04 - Steam Deck impressions 47:34 - Final Fantasy V 56:21 - John's old-school Sega adventures 1:13:05 - Zelda Game & Watch 1:16:41 - ***SPOILERS*** Unpacking 1:24:44 - Untitled Goose Game 1:32:00 - TV Asahi's Top 100 Games 1:48:49- 2021 GOTY thoughts 1:54:11- 2022's most wanted
Motivation, it's what gets us moving every morning of every day. In this episode of “Better than Coffee,” Maxwell Cotton learns what motivates a couple of University of Utah football players.
If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review here.ALL-OVER FEATHER sign-up https://view.flodesk.com/pages/615cd912f88d548e68f5c501--------------------Chris Acton is a multi-faceted crafter, but these days she's a weaver of beautiful things (and stories!) 4-shaft loom? Cotton warp? Weaving with ties? Chris chats about all these things and more during our visit. You'll love hearing about this tactile textile, and perhaps be encouraged to try something new in your crafting experience. You can find Chris in all these places:Website - https://actoncreative.net/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ActonCreative/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/actoncreative/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGpQApO-WU3ZrgAMIrM-esgActon Creative Insiders Membership - https://www.patreon.com/actoncreativ--------------------And here's where you can find more of my work:YouTube - LIVE & UNSCRIPTED episodesWebsite - for more information on classes and quilting servicesFacebook - current projects and photosInstagram - current projects and photosPinterest - photo galleries and tutorialsSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Stitchedbysusan)
It is NATTY TIME! It's time to breakdown Georgia Bulldogs against the Alabama Crimson Tide for the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Dan Mathews looks back at their path to this game through the semifinals. He talks Alabama with former Crimson Tide national title winning quarterback Greg McElroy. He talks Georgia with Josh Pate of 247Sports.com/CBSSportsHQ. Then, Dan closes the show by talking about his belief in South Carolina head coach Shane Beamer and the job he's doing in Columbia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The outlook is bright for cattle and cotton in 2022. As a new year gets underway for Texas High Plains farmers, what's the price outlook for area crops this coming year? And what about the weather outlook for the new year? We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
En este episodio de Moda Circular, entrevistamos a Marzia Lanfranchi Co-Fundadora de Cotton Diaries y Consultora de sustentabilidad. En este episodio hablamos de:La trayectoria a Marzia Lanfranchi antes de iniciar con Cotton DiariesQue es Cotton Diaries y que servicios ofrecenHistoria de la creación de Cotton DiariesSourcing de algodón de manera responsableImpactos ambientales y sociales de la producción del algodónBuenas prácticas para reducir los impactos ambientales y sociales generados en la producción del algodónCuales son los criterios para considerar un algodón orgánicoCómo las empresas y emprendimientos de moda pueden verificar la transparencia de la cadena de valor del algodónCómo el cambio climático afecta la cadena de valor del algodónCOTTON DIARIESCotton Diaries es una comunidad global de personas apasionadas por el algodón y comprometidas con hacer que las cadenas de valor del algodón sean más sostenibles. Estamos aquí para cambiar la forma en que cultivamos, producimos, obtenemos y utilizamos el algodón, dese su cosecha hasta la fabricación de la tela. Aprenda más acerca de nosotros en https://www.cottondiaries.com/Marzia LanfranchiBioConsultora de sustentabilidad, Co-Fundadora de Cotton DiariesDirectora de Inteligencia en la Fundación TransformersEstudiante de Maestría en Agroecología.La misión de Marzia es dar forma a un sistema de moda más saludable rompiendo los silos de las empresas y construyendo puentes entre los segmentos de la cadena de valor. Marzia ha trabajado en varios roles, que van desde el desarrollo de textiles para la marca Burberry, el abastecimiento responsable, el cumplimiento de los compromisos sociales, el comercio, y el marketing hasta incluir la agricultura. Gracias a su experiencia, Marzia ha desarollado un conocimiento profundo desde la semilla hasta , ella conoce cómo operan las cadenas de valor y es versada en los desafíos claves de la sostenibilidad que enfrenta la industria textil en la actualidad.Encuentra más información sobre Marzia Lanfranchi y Cotton Diaries en:Página webhttps://www.cottondiaries.com/Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/cottondiaries Puedes mantenerte al tanto de las últimas novedades en moda sostenible y circular en los siguientes canales:Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/moda.circular.co/Twitterhttps://twitter.com/modacircularcoLinkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/modacircular/Pregunta por nuestra consultoría en Moda Sostenible y Circularhttps://www.modacircular.co/Pregunta por nuestras asesorías de imagenhttps://www.modacircular.co/asesoria-de-imagen
My guest on today's PoM Podcast episode is Mike Povenz of Iron & Cotton. Mike has a passion for helping men discover the best version of themselves and for guiding them to be better husbands and fathers. He is the founder of Modern Chivalry Men an organization inspiring men to positive change and community involvement. He is also the podcast host of Iron and Cotton.To connect with Mike Povenz and Iron & Cotton: https://www.ironandcotton.org/To check out the PoM Gear Store: https://www.thepursuitofmanliness.com/gearVisit Armored Nation Coffee and use discount code "PURSUEMANLINESS" to save 25% off your next order: https://www.armoredcoffee.com/
Drew Butler and Aaron Murray are back to recap the College Football Playoff semi's and more! This episode is presented to you by Solomon Brothers Jewelers. They react to Georgia's dominance over Michigan in the Orange Bowl. The same with Alabama over Cincinnati in the Cotton Bowl. Plus, how about that Rose Bowl?! Also you know we can't leave you without reacting to Kirk Herbstreit's recent comments on opt outs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 96, Recorded 12/31/2021. Why would anyone want to be me? Ain't no fun for John Harbaugh. Secret Tracking? (No.) Spoofing v Hacking. First Internet Church of the Matrix. “Entertainment” in Eagle Grove. Todd & Dewayne go Bowling. Stanley Tucci, Harry Potter and Boba Fett walk into a baking tent. Apple isn't as smart as it thinks it is. Madden was (begrudgingly) good.
Happy New Year! Andy and Ari wave both goodbye to 2021, and hello to 2022, by reacting to the CFP semifinals! Was it even necessary for Alabama to throw a pass versus Cincinnati? Georgia did what they do best against Michigan, but will it be enough to challenge Alabama? Plus, Ari takes a victory lap as the stars prevailed. The guys also dive into some bowl results and discourse about overpaying coaches, much like what's happening at Auburn. Also, is Brent Venables the key to a national championship for Oklahoma? Follow Andy on Twitter: @Andy_Staples Follow Ari on Twitter: @AriWasserman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Improving cattle market price discovery was one of the big stories of 2021. Conserving water is always a topic of interest to farmers in the Texas High Plains. Dairy cow transition time can be challenging for dairy producers. Warm season grasses may be susceptible to winter kill. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
This episode Paige and Donna talk about "Grumpy Christmas" airing on Netflix.Best when paired with a Cotton Headed Ninny-Muggins by Breckenridge Distillery.This movie is streaming on Netflix. Donna and Paige recommend listening to the movie in Spanish with English subtitles (Click on CC image once started to change)Like what you hear? New episodes posted every Wednesday and Saturday during the holiday season. Be sure to rate and subscribe on your favorite podcast platform:Apple Podcasts Google PodcastsStitcherSpotifyVisit us online at:DrinktheHalls.comand on Social Media via:Facebook- Drink the HallsInstagram- @DrinktheHallsPod
Mat and Tony return to deliver the week 17 NFL preview, our league's Championship preview, and we get a healthy dose of Mr. Cotton's Fact of the Day segment! Please enjoy responsibly! Support: TacoCorp FFL Podcast - Apple TacoCorp FFL Podcast - Spotify Champions Dynasty Podcast - Apple Champions Dynasty Podcast - Spotify 58 W. King Twitter 58 W. King Instagram 58 W. King Website 58 W. King YouTube 58 W. King E-mail: email@example.com
Today's headlines: *Fall calf prices rally *Texas corn farmers face supply shortages *Farmers face more uncertainty *How long will La Nina last? *West Texas cotton crop wrap-up *Administration releases renewable fuel obligations for refiners
On this episode we have former WAC player of the year and Cincinnati Reds prospect Quin Cotton. We discuss his time at the greatest party school in the nation (GCU), winning WAC player of the year, playing in the Cape Cod League, using virtual reality in his offseason training and MUCH MORE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The livestock dealer trust law is one year old. In production agriculture, the more you know about marketing, the better your chances of making money. Inflation is affecting everything, including the rural land market. Delays in the classing of cotton is impacting some Texas farmers. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
The latest Cattle on Feed report didn't contain any surprises. High fertilizer prices are inspiring some innovative thinking in agriculture right now. The fight against weeds will continue in 2022. Researchers at a Texas university report they've found the virus that causes Covid 19 in white-tailed deer in Texas. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
What's next for Texas Panhandle wheat farmers who lost their crop due to the recent wind storm? It appears that more Texas High Plains farmers are deciding to plant cover crops. Timely rainfall helped this year's Concho Valley cotton crop. This is a good time to prune trees in Texas. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Ross Tucker & Emory Hunt preview the following College Bowl games on this week's podcast: Birmingham Bowl: Houston vs Auburn 2:34 Holiday Bowl: UCLA vs NC State 9:13 Cheez-it Bowl: Clemson vs Iowa State 13:00 Music City Bowl: Tennessee vs Purdue 18:18 Cotton Bowl: Cincinnati vs Alabama 20:45 Orange Bowl: Michigan vs. Georgia 25:40 Download the DraftKings Sports Book App and use code ROSS for a sign up bonus up to $1,000 Connect with the Pod Website - https://www.rosstucker.com Become A Patron - https://www.patreon.com/RTMedia Podcast Twitter - https://twitter.com/RossTuckerPod Podcast Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rosstuckerpod/ Ross Twitter - https://twitter.com/RossTuckerNFL Ross Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rosstuckernfl/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A poor wheat crop is getting worse. Water conservation efforts on the Texas High Plains could help recharge the Ogallala aquifer. The Texas FFA is a three part model of education. The House of Representatives recently passed two bills relating to livestock markets. We'll have those stores and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
We like to share a range of different aspects about farming in Around Farm Progress. This time out we're talking cotton, and more specifically cotton classing. Shelley Huguley, editor, Southwest Farm Press, shares insight on a story she's been following since 2019.
Out of Character hosts Jupiter and Cotton wrap up another year of interviews and chats about gaming. -- Hosts: Jupiter Sanders & Cotton Edited by: GrafeClan Hosted by: Without A Net Podcast Twitter: @OutOfCharPod Contact Email: Jupitersanders2078@gmail.com Copyright: Out of Character, 2020-2021 Without A Net Website: https://www.Withoutanetpod.com WaN Discord link: https://discord.gg/TbE5Ajc
How much damage did last week's wind storm do to Texas Panhandle wheat? Water supply is a major issue for Texas High Plains agriculture. Many programs are available for FFA students. The dry weather trend continues for the Central Texas Blacklands. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI's Pat Forde react to Texas A&M dropping out of the Gator Bowl due to a COVID-19 outbreak and the college football playoff postponement rules. Can we expect more teams dropping out of bowl games? The guys also preview the college football playoff semifinals in the Cotton and Orange Bowls. Pete has officially...talked himself into a path for Cincinnati to top Bama...and who has the advantage on the line of scrimmage between UGA and Michigan? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A massive wind storm destroyed Texas Panhandle wheat. Cattle feeders are finally making money. The Texas FFA has new leadership. Extreme South Texas is facing a flood of Mexican grapefruit. Cattle vaccine is expensive, but it is a worthwhile investment. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
The cattle market ends the year with a bang. There's some good and bad news for Texas High Plains agriculture. It has been a warm fall for most of Texas, so what does the winter outlook look like? High fertilizer prices and a dry conditions are taking a toll on East Texas agriculture. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
A Texas senator says the Build Back Better bill is bad for Texas agriculture. A lot of sorghum seed is produced on the Texas High Plains. Sheep producers here in Texas and across the country are enjoying record high prices. A new pilot project for controlling wild hogs is getting underway on the Texas Coastal Bend. We'll have those stories and more on Texas Ag Today.
Cattle market legislation has an uncertain future. We grow a lot of sorghum on the Texas High Plains, and the seed for all of that sorghum is produced here in Texas too. New cotton varieties are tested all over Texas. 2021 was a record year for participation in the H2A worker program. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
How to survive college football's biggest month when the only bowl you care about is a Chipotle burrito bowl. .......................... 1. What's in a name? Well, for bowl games, it's big money. The committees will do just about anything to please their title sponsors, including naming the game itself something odd. This season, the most memorable bowl game names roll off the tongue like the Cheez-It Bowl, TaxSlayer Gator Bowl, the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl, and the inaugural Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl. And yes, there used to be a game called the Salad Bowl. 2. Name, image, likeness (NIL) has changed how college athletes approach bowl games. While according to NCAA rules, athletes cannot accept gifts of more than $550 (like those coveted bowl game swag bags,) they can earn money off of their name, image and likeness. Take, for instance, the Duke's Mayo Bowl. Not only are they offering the winning team $10,000 to the charity of their choice if they douse their coach in mayo instead of Gatorade at the end of the game, but they're offering individual players $5,000 to be a bowl game ambassador. PS: If you're wondering, unless players play for one of the final four playoff teams, their families are not eligible for travel compensation to games. 3. Not all teams are invited to a bowl game. A team has to have win six games to be considered bowl eligible. The TV exposure, additional revenue, and chance at a title come with a winning price tag. But this year, there's a temporary extra bowl game, so now 84 teams will get in on the fun that is bowl game season. 4. The top four teams in the country (in ranking order – Alabama, Michigan, Georgia and Cincinnati) will play each other on New Year's Eve in either the Orange Bowl in Miami or the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. The winner of those two games will play each other in the National Championship Game on Monday, January 10. The other bowl games are for pride and money for the program but will not impact a team's overall rating. 5. One study estimates that college football bowl season carries a $1.44 billion economic impact. According to USA Today, the big six bowl games - the Rose, Sugar, Orange, Fiesta, Peach and Cotton bowls, plus the national championship game, paid out a combined $549 million to conferences and schools in 2018-19. The same documents showed the other bowl games paying out a total of $99 million.
Special guest Atif Qadir of REDIST joins the podcast to talk about his mission to aggregate and redistribute financial and near-monetary incentives in the real estate development space, the lack of coordination between governmental agencies' data, how he built a team and leverages their superpowers, how his career led to REDIST coming from an architectural background, and more.LinksAtif on LinkedInREDIST websiteREDIST on LinkedInAmerican Building PodcastOK Computer Lecture Series: Autonomous Vehicles (YouTube)More TRXL Podcast episodesCheck out my other podcast too: ArchispeakMy YouTube channelConnect with EvanTwitterLinkedInInstagramYouTubeEmailSponsorEnscape is a real-time rendering and VR tool for the AEC market. It empowers design workflows by plugging into building modeling software and turning the models into immersive 3D experiences. Visit enscape3d.com/trxl to sign up for a free 14-day trial.
Episode 64 with Raegan Cotton "Even after I was diagnosed, I still had so much doubt. I wondered if I was just using ADHD as an excuse to make myself feel better." Raegan is 25 years old and lives in Denver. She works for the political advocacy non-profit New Era Colorado. Raegan reached out to me because she is a listener of the podcast, but noted that a lot of my guests are in their 30s or older and she felt she could offer an interesting perspective on what it's like to be facing ADHD in early adulthood at this particular moment in history. Raegan was born in 1996, so she is literally right on dividing line between Millennial & Gen Z, and we talk about the various impressions and stigmas that were held around ADHD and mental health as she was growing up and how they might differ from older generations. We also talk about what it's been like to get this diagnosis during the pandemic as a young adult, as well as the various ways ADHD is still being overlooked and dismissed in girls and young women. I really appreciated and enjoyed Raegan's perspective and I'm sure you will, too. - - - - - Reserve your spot in the Jan/Feb Book Club: www.womenandadhd.com/bookclub - - - - - Work 1-on-1 with Katy: www.womenandadhd.com/coaching - - - - - Women & ADHD listeners can now receive 10% off your first month of BetterHelp. Click here to get started! - - - - - If you are a woman who was diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood and you'd like to be a guest on this podcast, please reach out to Katy via email womenandADHDpodcast@gmail.com. Instagram: @womenandadhdpodcast Twitter: @womenandadhd Facebook: @womenandadhd Tiktok: @womenandadhdpodcast
Megyn Kelly is joined by Senator Tom Cotton, Jason Whitlock, host of "Fearless" on BlazeTV, and Jesse Singal, author of "The Quick Fix," to talk about the media insanity after the Rittenhouse verdict, the lie that Rittenhouse "crossed state lines" with an AR-15, why Sen. Cotton says President Biden owes RIttenhouse an apology, Merrick Garland's "radical" Department of Justice, the dangers of China and reasons to boycott the Olympics next year, the missing Chinese tennis star, and more.Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow