Gwinnett police said they are investigating a homicide that appears to be domestic related after a shooting Sunday evening at a Norcross area apartment complex. According to Cpl. M. Evanko, Gwinnett police responded to a person shot call at Canopy Glen Apartments just after 6 p.m. The incident appeared "to have stemmed from a domestic dispute," Evanko said. "When officers arrived on scene, they located an adult male with a gunshot wound who died from his injuries on scene." Evanko said investigators are talking with a female believed to be related to the incident and the investigation is ongoing. The motive for the shooting is unknown. For more information be sure to visit www.bgpodcastnetwork.com https://www.lawrencevillega.org/ https://www.foxtheatre.org/ https://guideinc.org/ https://www.psponline.com/ https://www.kiamallofga.com/ https://www.milb.com/gwinnett https://www.fernbankmuseum.org/ www.atlantagladiators.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode I am joined by Cavalry FC's new signing Jesse Daley. We chat about how the move came about, what Cav's fans can expect and Jesse's views of the CPL. We also look back at his time playing with Tacoma Defiance and playing with his hometown club Brisbane Roar. Jesse also gives us his 5-aside team and it's fire!! Check out the show on instagram and twitter @downthepubpod
Gwinnett County police are searching for a 19-year-old man who is wanted for a deadly shooting that happened in the early hours of Saturday morning. According to Cpl. Angela Carter, Miguel Rodriguez is wanted for felony murder and aggravated assault in the death of 45-year-old Felipe Velasco. Carter said police responded to a call on Fox Forest Ct. in Lilburn at about 12:40 a.m. and found Velasco inside the home suffering from a gunshot wound. For more information be sure to visit www.bgpodcastnetwork.com https://www.lawrencevillega.org/ https://www.foxtheatre.org/ https://guideinc.org/ https://www.psponline.com/ https://www.kiamallofga.com/ https://www.milb.com/gwinnett https://www.fernbankmuseum.org/ www.atlantagladiators.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you're fed up with not seeing the sun...look no further because Mike and Keith are back with the light! Happy New Year everyone, boys are back to discuss recent Premier League results, Serie A contenders and pretenders, Ronaldo's move to Saudi Arabia, USMNT DRAMAAAAAA and CPL draft flaws plus much more. INDULGE!
The Green Way Outdoors team welcomes a new team member, Kellen Crow! Kellen is the new PR Manager of The Green Way Outdoors, but he is also an incredible upland hunter. He specializes in training bird dogs. He recently got an English Cocker flushing dog, after a lifetime of training pointers. Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGreenWayOutdoors/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegreenwayoutdoors/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thegreenwayout?lang=en Youtube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCjR5r6WwXcPKK0xVldNT5_g Merch: www.thegreenwayoutdoors.store Website: www.thegreenwayoutdoors.com
Monday, December 22, 1975, was a busy day in Dartmouth, a small eastern Canadian city bordering the Atlantic Ocean. The weather was getting colder, and the nights were at their longest. It had snowed a bit that day, but it was relatively mild for the time of year. Cpl. Eric Spicer had a shift starting at midnight on the 23rd, but there were lots to do before. He was reprising his role as Santa Claus at the annual police club's Children's party for a few hours before going on duty. He loved the holidays and couldn't wait until after his shift to spend the morning with his two little girls, under four. If only they had known, he would be gone a few hours later. Eric Spicer was very involved in his community, not only as a respected police officer but as a kind and helpful person. He spent much time teaching Sunday school and working at various school dances. In addition, he was incredibly kind to the local children, often bringing them balls to play stick hockey. Keith McCallum was preparing for his shift, too, presumedly dressing for the weather and combing his thick dark hair. He worked as a taxi driver for Bob's Taxi and had only been in the Dartmouth/Halifax area for under a year. He was originally from the village of Bible Hill, approximately 96 km (60 miles) north of Halifax. Little did anyone know that their paths would cross shortly within their shifts, and their lives would be cut short by an assailant. This is episode 46, Cpl. Eric Spicer and Keith McCallum's story.
In this special Christmas episode, you'll hear from a courageous Gold Star Mother. Long before Jill Stephenson's son, Ben, joined the Army to serve with the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, she knew it was his destiny. She never worried about his safety, and seeing how proud he was of his service each time he was home convinced her that Ben was right where he was supposed to be. But in July of 2009, Jill got the call that changed her life forever. Ben had been injured while saving the lives of 6 fellow Rangers in Afghanistan, and he ultimately did not survive. Jill's courage and strength through that time are truly inspirational, and today, she continues to use her speaking talents to lead and serve other military families that have lost somebody in combat. You'll hear:Who inspired Ben and influenced many of his choices.Why Ben seemed to sense his 3rd tour would be different … and not in a good way.What happened when Jill was 15 which helped prepare her for this extremely difficult moment.Who and what gave Jill the strength to move forward.How Ben's gift of organ donation saved the lives of 4 people and enhanced the lives of 60 others. The unique honor Ben's family received at his funeral that is almost unheard of! **Plus, Jill and Jeff each talk about their favorite Christmas memory. Learn more about Jill at her website HERE.Order Jill's book, Heart of a Ranger: The True Story of Cpl. Ben Kopp, American Hero in Life and DeathConnect with Jill on Facebook or InstagramSome days you just need a pep talk, so I created a motivational video sharing the top lessons I learned when I went through Ranger School to help motivate you when you're facing your own challenges and facing adversity. It's free. Get it HERE.Leave a review of this podcast on your favorite platform; it helps us get these stories out to more people who need to hear them! To give specific feedback directly to us on what you like about the podcast and what you don't, fill out this 5-minute survey.Don't let fear win. Get your FREE copy of the Unbeatable Army Survival Guide HERE.
Joshua and Nathan talk about that spectacular World Cup Final, breakdown the Whitecaps schedule, preview the return of Chelsea and Tottenham and more!1:16- That thrilling World Cup Final. Argentina beat France on penalties29:15- Whitecaps 2023 schedule released43:14- Whitecaps Superdraft preview (Now outdated)50:17- CPL has been unionized52:05- Ismael Kone and Simi Owajo named Canadian Young Players of the Year53:51- Chelsea resume PL play against Bournemouth on Boxing Day. Can Graham Potter prove his doubters wrong? Tottenham play Brentford, can they turn things around?58:10- Best and worst of soccer in 2022. Looking back at our growth and the year ahead Use code Area 51 for a 100$ voucher at monkeyknifefight.com. Use promo code Area51 for 25% off storewide at Hapson.Start your own podcast with Buzzsprout with a paid plan and get a $20 Amazon Gift Card and support the show!
On these episode Gary and Anthony are joined by a collection of Wanderers fans and one Forge fan. We chat about the recognition of the Canadian PFA by the CPL, Canada's world cup performance and we get people's thought on the new management team. We also have a Forge corner and Gary's wee quiz. Follow the show wherever @downthepubpod on Instagram and Twitter. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year to all of our listeners. COYW
In our final episode of 2022, the guys look back on a historic year in Canadian soccer, look ahead to 2023 and answer your listener questions about recent news, from player transfers to the future of Canadian player development. Happy Holidays from the Northern Fútbol Podcast and we will see you again in 2023! FOLLOW US: Northern Fútbol: @NorthernFutbol Ben Steiner: @BenSteiner00 Peter Galindo: @GalindoPW Alex Gangué-Ruzic: @AlexGangueRuzic RUNNING ORDER: 3:03 - Looking back and looking ahead 7:55 - What does media and players have to do to push programs to next level? 15:21 - Favourite memory covering the CanMNT in 2022 21:20 - New Years Resolutions for Canadian soccer 29:35 - Will the 2022 World Cup be a springboard or squandered opportunity? 35:53 - Most underrated player on CanMNT and CanWNT 41:30 - Labour negotiation updates 44:11 - League1 Canada's growth 51:54 - The Birarda fiasco 58:00 - Dual national questions 1:03:00 - Will the CanMNT be hindered by dropping out of the top 50? 1:09:04 - Burning questions over next few months 1:10:57 - Adriana Leon's stock at Man United 1:13:25 - Realistic landing spots for Miller, Buchanan 1:16:32 - Larin to Cádiz? 1:22:08 - CPL to MLS Next Pro pipeline thoughts 1:27:13 - Tiago Coimbra to HFX Wanderers 1:30:15 - CPL U Sports draft thoughts 1:34:42 - Quebec's CPL future 1:35:35 - Moise Bombito's potential 1:39:00 - Quick U-17 camp thoughts Produced by Ben Steiner and Peter Galindo.
Amanda and Courtney give a few updates on some cases covered in season 3, and close out by introducing Method and Madness podcast, a podcast you all should absolutely check out! ________________________________________________________________________________ On Tuesday, April 21st, 2020, 39-year-old John Palmer and his wife, 38-year-old Katie Palmer set out for a morning walk in their rural neighborhood in Denison, Texas. It was a sunny morning with temperatures in the mid-60s. The road they were walking is residential- with homes and a country club- not a road with significant traffic early in the morning. There are no sidewalks and the couple was walking facing the direction of oncoming traffic. At 7:45 am, as they walked alongside the asphalt road- they were hit from behind- by their neighbor Cory Foster, who was driving a 2019 Ford F250 pickup truck. John and Katie didn't even hear the truck coming- they were both injured, Katie, fatally. Katie passed away from her injuries the next day, just after midnight. John has recovered and has spent every day since, not only grieving the loss of his soulmate; but also waiting for and then fighting for justice. The man that killed his wife had alcohol in his system, was driving with a fogged-up windshield, on the wrong side of the road, and still walks free. Thank you to John Palmer for joining me and for fighting for Katie every single day. Join the fight: Justice for Katie Palmer | Facebook ___________________________________________________________ Method & Madness is researched, written, hosted, and produced by Dawn Gandhi Sound Editing by moInspo Music by Timmoor from Pixabay REACH OUT: email@example.com FOLLOW: Instagram.com/MethodAndMadnessPod Twitter.com/MethodPod ___________________________________________________________ For a list of sources used, visit the podcast website: Method & Madness Podcast Methodandmadnesspodcast.com Thank you for listening! CALLS TO ACTION - Brett Smith has failed many families while serving as the District Attorney of Grayson County. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Smith must resign! Here is District Attorney Brett's Smith contact information: Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Phone - (903) 813-4361 Call and email District Attorney Brett Smith and let him know that you support Justice for Katie Palmer, victims and their families and that you demand he step down immediately. Tarif Alkhatib - Please email Director Steven McCraw (Steven.McCraw@dps.texas.gov), Deputy Director Dwight Mathis (Dwight.Mathis@dps.texas.gov) and Inspector General Phillip Ayala (Phillip.Ayala@dps.texas.gov) and demand that Cpl. Tarif Alkhatib (BADGE # DPS12958) be fired immediately. FIND METHOD AND MADNESS ON ALL PODCATCHERS, including the following: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/method-madness/id1550871868?i=1000577032012 https://open.spotify.com/episode/0a0A2Pr3tzaoPY1IkqGf7R?si=pASOqiTARBmlVWRWw2vIzg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Matt Krawczyk of Mitten State Firearms and training is back to discuss concealed carry, CPL licenses and much more. Patreon Support for Handgun World Amazon recommended products Music by Kevin MacLeod
There's been a new development in a story relating to the long-term care in Baie Verte. You'll recall that there were reports of breaches of privacy, including photos taken by staff of long-term care residents. Central Health says some staff were disciplined and at least one person has lost their job. Police were also investigating the incidents. Now, the RCMP says there will be no charges laid. Cpl.Jolene Garland told CBC that the RCMP investigation determined that a criminal offence had not occurred. Bernice Barker is the wife of one of the long-term care residents who had a photo taken of him.
Alphonso Davies gives Canada their first ever World Cup goal! This week David, Devang and Sean discuss the first two Canada matches and Davies' historic marker before previewing their final match against Morocco. The guys then discuss the United States big win over Iran that secured their spot in the round of 16 as well as all the big news surrounding the World Cup. We wrap it up with the AskAFP mailbag and John Herdman's comments. Have you joined Patreon? Get ad-free episodes and access to discord: https://www.patreon.com/afootballpodcast Follow @AFootballPod on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @DesaiDevang, @EmpireGass and @SeanKeay.Any opinion expressed is not advice, a promise or suggestion that increases the chance of winning. Gambling can be addictive, please play responsibly. To learn more, visit: https://help.sportsinteraction.com/hc/en-us/articles/216779528-Responsible-Gaming-Self-Limitation-Self-Exclusion Or if you have concerns about a gambling problem, call ConnexOntario 1-866-531-2600. Ontario Only. Must be 19+ or older to play. If you enjoyed today's show, please rate A Football Podcast 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. See you again next week for an all new AFP.
A Buford woman died Sunday after her husband allegedly shot her before turning a gun on himself while a child was in the family's home, according to Gwinnett County police. Cpl. William Wolfe said Michael and Desiree Marin, both 44, got into an argument Sunday morning at a home located at 2605 Ivy Stone Trail. Michael is accused of shooting his wife at about 10 a.m. and then shooting himself as a result of the argument. "A school aged child was in the home at the time of the incident but was not physically harmed," Wolfe said. The couple was taken to a hospital, but Desiree Marin died from her wounds. Michael Marin, however, was listed as being in critical condition Sunday afternoon. #GwinnettDailyPost #Georgia #LocalNews -- - - The Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast is local news for Lawrenceville, Norcross, Duluth, and all of Gwinnett County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Gwinnett Daily Post and GwinnettDailyPost.com by BG Ad Group For advertising inquiries, please email email@example.com For more information be sure to visit www.bgpodcastnetwork.com https://www.lawrencevillega.org/ https://www.foxtheatre.org/ https://guideinc.org/ https://www.psponline.com/ https://www.kiamallofga.com/ https://www.milb.com/gwinnett https://www.fernbankmuseum.org/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:Stuff a BusPSA: ETS Stuff a Bus returns to help those in need DanibucksAddress to the ProvinceFC EdmontonFC Edmonton won't operate in 2023, CPL hints at 2024 returnGang moneyEdmonton police release new gang strategy tied to higher funding requestEdge Fund Council report The Edge Fund: Championing Tech and Innovation in Edmonton Budget City council to consider $7.5M funding request for emergency shelter in west Edmonton Edmonton should fund on-demand transit with higher Epcor profits: mayor 'Lifeline' on-demand transit service at risk of being cut if not funded by city council Valley Line LRT 'Profoundly disappointed': Two-thirds of concrete pillars on new Edmonton LRT line now need repairs Now it's 30 of 45 concrete piers that need fixing on Valley Line Southeast LRT Edmonton councillors frustrated, disappointed with latest Valley Line LRT setback Speaking Municipally is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network: locally grown, community supported.This week we talked about Alberta Blue Cross, which offers group benefit plans that enable employees to manage their own health, dental, life and disability coverage online. We also highlighted The Well Endowed Podcast from the Edmonton Community Foundation, which explores the impact of passionate people who are working to make Edmonton a strong, vibrant city to live in.Speaking Municipally is produced by Taproot Edmonton, a source of curiosity-driven original stories, curated newsletters on various topics, and locally focused podcasts, all in the service of informing Edmontonians about what is going on in their community. Sign up to get The Pulse, our weekday news briefing. It's free! ★ Support this podcast ★
Wherein Our Heroes return from their summers of discovery to revel in the pending World Cup Qatar 2022. We discuss the CanMNT roster, our Group F match predictions, and roll out a double double Havin' It, Not Havin' It because it's just been so damn long since we've rock and rolled. Send us your questions or comments via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, @younggaffers on Twitter, and www.facebook.com/theyounggaffers Music by: Franklin D Email: FranklinD@shaw.ca Twitter: @7FranklinD
The Israeli Lebanese border is one of the most complex of all the borders that Israel protects, with Muslim, Jewish, Drews, and Christian villages living in astoundingly close proximity to each other. IDF soldiers thwart attacks from Hezbollah militants, UAV's and drones as well as infiltration attempts that put the safety of her citizens at risk. The ongoing activity requires tremendous thought, training and care. In this episode, you will get an exclusive look at how Israel defends its most northern border, while also allowing daily life to continue safely. You will hear from Lt. Avi, Liaison Officer to the U.N. about the sensitivities on the border. You will meet Cpl. Liana, Combat Medic and Lone Soldier from White Plains NY who delivers medical care to the most far-reaching and inaccessible communities. And you will have an exclusive look into operations at the Naval Base with Captain Itay, IDF Navy Ship Captain and Commander of Advanced Training, who will show us how the IDF prepares soldiers for the maritime space through rigorous physical and educational training. (Original Airdate: 11/15/2022)
With WrestleMania 3 just HOURS AWAY, it's the final 2 weeks of TV heading into the big event! Roddy Piper says Goodbye to Piper's Pit. Hulk vs. Andre is NOW! Hacksaw Duggan makes his debut. We get a look at the Giant-Sized version of the WWF Title made to fit Andre. Macho Man talks Steamboat's "cup of coffee". Bundy warns "the midgets". Dino Bravo STILL Brunette. Tito vs. Valentine. Z-Man F-U. Mania is SOLD OUT. Lanny Poffo has a Poem for us all. Plus, is there dissension in the Heenan Family? AND SOUNDBITES GALORE!Available everywhere your Podcast Streaming needs are met.Visit our Podcast Network https://wrestlecopia.comFollow us on Twitter @RasslinGrenade and be automatically entered into our FREE PRIZE GIVEAWAY CONTESTS!Follow and LIKE our FACEBOOK PAGE located at https://www.facebook.com/RasslinGrenadeSubscribe to our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/RasslinGrenade as we continue to add new videos from throughout wrestling history.Please Subscribe to our REVAMPED Patreon account to help keep us going, a dozen Tiers to choose from!!! https://www.patreon.com/wrestlecopiaIncludes a $5 “All Access” Tier featuring SIX GIFTS FOR $5! Including our Patreon Watch-Along Series, all of Ray Russell's insanely detailed show notes (for both the Grenade and Monday Warfare), unedited TR SHOCKS episodes, Early Show Releases, REMASTERED editions of the early Grenade episodes including NEW content that was originally edited out! PLUS, now a sixth gift of monthly DIGITAL DOWLOANDS for your viewing and reading pleasure!Listen at your leisure and pick back up later if need be! Timestamps below for easy navigation.WWF PRIME TIME WRESTLING MARCH 16, 1987It's soundbites-o-plenty as Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan continue to hype the blockbuster event that is WrestleMania 3. This week we hear footage from Gorilla's second visit to Andre's Training Camp, find out what went wrong as the two become lost in the woods. Plus, they discuss Hacksaw Duggan, Sympathy Cards, Andre's new Giant-Sized Championship Belt, Tag Team Title contenders, Miss Betty, the team os Muraco & Orton, Jimmy Jack Funk, Ladies Tag Team Action, and Bobby Heenan even puts over Hogan. We also hear from both The Honky Tonk Man & Jake "The Snake" Roberts about their match at the big event, listen as Mean Gene breaks character and cracks up at Honky. And, is there dissension in the Heenan Family?WWF TV – Weekend of MARCH 21 & 22, 1987 (00:32:52)President Jack Tunney joins Piper's Pit to unveil Andre's GIANT-SIZED WWF Title Belt! Likewise, Hulk Hogan enters Jake Roberts' Snake Pit to take a gander at the new Giant Championship. "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan debuts to battle The Iron Sheik, sort of. WrestleMania is SOLD OUT! Lanny Poffo has a poem for us all. The Rougeaus version of NASCAR. Mario Mancini does a stretcher job. Paul Roma & Jim Powers team up Pre-Young Stallions. Roddy Piper references Jimmy Snuka. Action featuring the likes of The Can-Am Connection, Adrian Adonis, The British Bulldogs, Tito Santana, King Kong Bundy, Don Muraco, Bob Orton, Koko B. Ware, Cpl. Kirchner, Hercules, The Honky Tonk Man, The Hart Foundation, and more! Soundbites & promos from The Hart Foundation, Can-Am Connection, Ricky Steamboat, Lanny Poffo, Roddy Piper, JYD, The Dream Team, Bob Uecker, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Randy "Macho Man" Savage, Andre the Giant, Bobby Heenan, Hulk Hogan, and more! Plus, more on The Dynamite Kid's Back InjuryWWF PRIME TIME WRESTLING MARCH 23, 1987 (01:18:26)It's the final edition of PTW before WrestleMania 3 and the time for talking is (almost) over. This week The Brain and The Gorilla discuss Demolition vs. The "Gum-Am" Connection, or as Gorilla calls them, The "K&M" Connection! Plus, the duo talk King Kong Bundy squashing "Midgets", the fallout from the SNME Battle Royal, Hulk Hogan's new nickname after Mania, if Bobby believes in Santa Claus, Adonis vs. Roddy Piper, and more last minute WrestleMania chatter. Plus, promos with Tag Champs The Hart Foundation along with Danny Davis, and IC Champion "Macho Man" Randy Savage discusses the Dragon's "cup of coffee" in the big time! DIG IT!WWF TV – Weekend of MARCH 28 & 29, 1987 (01:34:22)JUST HOURS AWAY FROM WRESTLEMANIA, AND IT'S THE FINAL EDITION OF PIPER'S PIT as Roddy Piper says Goodbye. Ray Russell re-tells his infamous "Z-Man F-U" Story! Wrestler's Rebuttal with King Kong Bundy as Kong warns the "Midgets" ahead of the Mixed Tag at Mania. Dino Bravo STILL Brunette! Action featuring the likes of Butch Reed, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, "King" Harley Race, The Rougeau Brothers, The Hart Foundation, Moondog Spot, Adrian Adonis, Jimmy Jack Funk, The Can-Am Connection, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, and more! Soundbites & promos from Bobby Heenan, Andre the Giant, Junkyard Dog, Slick, The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff, Ricky Steamboat, The Rougeau Brothers, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Hulk Hogan, "Macho Man" Savage, and more! Plus, former rivals collide when Tito Santana takes on Greg "The Hammer" Valentine. Plus, in the SNAKE PIT, Jake Roberts has a final message for the Honky Tonk Man!WRESTLEMANIA III - BIGGER, BETTER, BADDER!!!! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This podcast is brought to you by Sports Interaction! Every single World Cup game at your fingertips! Bet pre-game, live in-play or on one of many Canada specific prop bets! Made for Canadians, by Canadians, Sports Interaction makes it easy to deposit, play and cash out. Join now and see all sports betting has to offer: https://bit.ly/NFPod Any opinion expressed is not advice, a promise or suggestion that increases the chance of winning. Gambling can be addictive, please play responsibly. To learn more, visit: https://help.sportsinteraction.com/hc... Or if you have concerns about a gambling problem, call ConnexOntario 1-866-531-2600. Ontario Only. Must be 19+ or older to play. Ben, Peter (from Ireland, en route to Doha) and Alex break down Canada's World Cup squad, answer your burning questions about surprising omissions, inclusions and your areas of concern entering the tournament. The guys also recap the 2-2 draw with Bahrain, preview the Japan friendly this Thursday, analyze the Canadian women's national team's victory over Brazil and Ben has your weekly U Sports update! FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: Northern Fútbol: @NorthernFutbol Sports Interaction: @SIASport Ben Steiner: @BenSteiner00 Peter Galindo: @GalindoPW Alex Gangué-Ruzic: @AlexGangueRuzic RUNNING ORDER: 2:48 - Was Corbeanu snubbed? 7:36 - Henry's sacrifice 21:12 - Why Fraser made the cut 24:00 - Explaining Arfield's inclusion on the preliminary squad 25:48 - Any concerns with CBs? 35:49 - Kone's role in Qatar 38:26 - What are they feeding them in Brampton?! 45:55 - The two sides of Bahrain 2-2 Canada 48:00 - Is the Canadian resiliency dissipating? 55:02 - Thoughts on Waterman's and MacNaughton's debuts 1:00:00 - Should other CBs have been integrated sooner? 1:03:53 - Did Osorio earn a start vs. Japan? 1:07:45 - Time to worry about Kaye? 1:11:26 - What to watch for vs. Japan 1:13:34 - Canada: Against the Odds, presented by Sports Interaction 1:17:13 - Players with the most to gain or lose vs. Japan 1:19:29 - Predicted XIs vs. Japan 1:21:24 - CanWNT takeaways from Brazil win 1:30:30 - U Sports national recaps and CPL prospects to watch Produced by Peter Galindo and Ben Steiner.
Join me and my guest Marc Del Priore, Founder of TradeMarc Global LLC as we discuss the latest lead generation strategies that actually WORK For the past 8+ years now, Marc has lost count of how many conversations he has had with CMO's, Owners, and C-level executives who were frustrated with their current lead generation vendors. According to them, many lead generation companies are inconsistent with their lead quality and some companies even try to send fraudulent leads. Marc's goal as the Founder and President of TradeMarc Global is to create win-win partnerships with all his clients and deliver valuable services that are backed by integrity. In this podcast episode you will learn: 1. How many forms of marketing and lead generation strategies does your company need? 2. How to grow your small business in a cost-effective way? 3. What does it mean to buy leads on a CPL model vs Revshare? 4. Why its is better to buy leads on a CPL model vs SEO? 5. What are inbound calls vs warm transfers? Tune into this EXCITING episode of Stand Out & Grow with Kat Ramirez and get a FREE Consultation with Marc on your current lead generation strategies and tips on how to increase ROI! Tune into this Episode of Stand Out & Grow to learn more! Find all notes at www.standoutngrow.com Find adBidtise Properties at: www.adbidtise.com www.hashtagsocialbuzz.com www.linkedin4yourbusiness.com www.katherineramirez.net Please take a moment and review us so more people can find our podcast. Thanks in advance. Kat You Got This!
We crack open March 1987 TV in the WWF as we begin the final leg on the Road to WrestleMania 3 as President Jack Tunney shows off a NEW WWF Championship Belt made to fit Andre the Giant. Hulk Hogan makes his final appearance on Piper's Pit. Demolition receive Theme Music, Miss Elizabeth finally tells us what she really thinks of George Steele, we catch a glimpse of Beefcake's new haircut, Hacksaw Duggan drives things, The Anvil BARKS, we go Honky Tonkin', Billy Jack does Wrist Curls, the celebrities are out and Bob Uecker loves him some Beaver. All of that, and Soundbites Galore!Available everywhere your Podcast Streaming needs are met.Visit our Podcast Network https://wrestlecopia.comFollow us on Twitter @RasslinGrenade and be automatically entered into our FREE PRIZE GIVEAWAY CONTESTS!Follow and LIKE our FACEBOOK PAGE located at https://www.facebook.com/RasslinGrenadeSubscribe to our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/RasslinGrenade as we continue to add new videos from throughout wrestling history.Please Subscribe to our REVAMPED Patreon account to help keep us going, a dozen Tiers to choose from!!! https://www.patreon.com/wrestlecopiaIncludes a $5 “All Access” Tier featuring SIX GIFTS FOR $5! Including our Patreon Watch-Along Series, all of Ray Russell's insanely detailed show notes (for both the Grenade and Monday Warfare), unedited TR SHOCKS episodes, Early Show Releases, REMASTERED editions of the early Grenade episodes including NEW content that was originally edited out! PLUS, now a sixth gift of monthly DIGITAL DOWLOANDS for your viewing and reading pleasure!Listen at your leisure and pick back up later if need be! Timestamps below for easy navigation.WWF PRIME TIME WRESTLING MARCH 2nd, 1987Bobby Heenan and Gorilla Monsoon shill WrestleMania 3, including and Hogan vs. Andre like no other! The duo discuss Andre's training camp and the one flaw Gorilla spotted in The Giant's training! A NEW WWF Title being made to fit Andre. SAMANTHA FOX, Ron Bass vs. Blackjack Mulligan, the Killer Bees' attire, Cpl. Kirchner regressing, Adonis cutting hair, Bundy & the Midgets, Where Benedict Orndorff will be at Mania, Herc vs. Haynes, the Bulldogs, Alice Cooper, and more! It's Soundbites Galore with this particular episode of PTW!WWF TV – Weekend of MARCH 7 & 8th, 1987 (00:33:55)Jack Tunney joins Piper's Pit to show off the NEW WWF CHAMPIONSHIP BELT big enough to fit Andre the Giant! Nothing says Americana like "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan in a pickup truck! Bob Uecker loves Beaver. The Anvil barks like a Chihuahua. We go Honky Tonkin' with HTM. Hacksaw Duggan drives a Forklift! Brutus Beefcake wants revenge onf Adrian Adonis. Hillbilly Jim and his Little Buddies enter the Snake Pit! Slick attacks Tito Santana. The celebrities get ready for WrestleMania as we hear from Mary Hart, Bob Uecker, Aretha Franklin, and Alice Cooper! Action featuring the likes of Tag Champion Hart Foundation, Junkyard Dog, Demolition, Can-Am Connection, Adrian Adonis, Iron Sheik, Nikolai Volkoff, Jimmy Jack Funk, Ricky Steamboat, Tito Santana, Brad Rheingans, Kamala, Honky Tonk Man, and more! Soundbites & promos from Billy Jack Haynes, Hercules, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Hart Foundation, Orton & Muraco, Bob Uecker, Hulk Hogan, and more! Plus, DEMOLITION GET THEME MUSIC! WWF PRIME TIME WRESTLING MARCH 9th, 1987 (01:10:19)Gorilla & Heenan continue to build up WrestleMania 3 and Hulk vs. Andre throughout the program. Plus, discussions involving Outback Jack (I'm afraid), Koko B. Ware, Butch Reed, Slick, Tito Santana, George Steele, Adonis vs. Piper, Gorilla continues to string the Brain along in regards to the FLAW he spotted in Andre's training for the big title bout! Also, Audio Promos with both Ricky Steamboat & Bob Uecker!WWF TV – Weekend of MARCH 14 & 15th, 1987 (01:34:38)HULK HOGAN makes his FINAL APPEARANCE on PIPER'S PIT, while Andre the Giant joins The Snake Pit. Paul Roma reveals Brutus Beefcake's new haircut, but it's Mike Luca who pays for it. Did I mention Demolition has theme music now?! Billy Jack does Wrist Curls. Andre surprises Bob Uecker. Butch Reed plans to PLUCK Koko B. Ware. The Killer Bees and their school pageant gear. JYD readies for the King. Mean Gene does the Tale of the Tape with Hulk/Andre. Mario Mancini's claims. Action featuring the likes of IC Champion "Macho Man" Randy Savage, The Killer Bees, "King" Harley Race, Koko B. Ware, Hercules, Moondog Spot, Billy Jack Haynes, The Dream Team, Dino Bravo, JYD, Sivi Afi, Demolition, Ricky Steamboat, "The Duke of Dorchester", and more! Soundbites & promos from Hulk Hogan, Killer Bees, Can-Am Connection, Billy Jack Haynes, Dream Team, Dino Bravo, The Hart Foundation & Danny Davis, Bobby Heenan, Hercules, Adrian Adonis, Andre the Giant, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, and "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. Plus, Miss Elizabeth tells us what she really thinks of George Steele! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This week our guest host Robin is joined by Nomi from the Auburn Branch and Martha from the William Hall Branch to talk about CPL's StoryWalksⓇ. They also discuss the fine line between older elementary school novels and middle school novels, and watching shows set in the 90s. During The Last Chapter they discuss: How do you handle patrons or friends asking for book recommendations? Like what you hear? Rate and review Down Time on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice! If you'd like to submit a topic for The Last Chapter you can send your topic suggestions to email@example.com. Our theme music is Day Trips by Ketsa and our ad music is Happy Ukulele by Scott Holmes. Thanks for listening! Books Where Have All the Birds Gone by Rebecca E. Hirsch Maizy Chen's Last Chance by Lisa Yee Ride On by Faith Erin Hicks and Kelly Fitzpatrick The Wangs Vs. the World by Jade Chang Fenris & Mott by Greg van Eekhout In Honor of Broken Things by Paul Acampora AV Ron Carter: Finding the Right Notes (2022) I Am Not Okay With This (2020) Everything Sucks! (2018) Derry Girls (2018-2022) Kim's Convenience (2016-2021) Other StoryWalk® Official Website Programming Kits and StoryWalkⓇ Sets (coming soon!) - RI Office of Library & Information Services
Peter, Alex and guest host Ben Steiner (@BenSteiner00) gather mere moments after John Herdman revealed his 21-man roster to face Bahrain. The guys go over your listener questions, from possible CPL omissions to how Herdman could approach the game given the domestic-heavy squad. They also recap the CanWNT roster drop for the November window, Sunday's CPL final which Alex was present for and answer more of your questions involving Canadians abroad and so much more! FOLLOW US ON TWITTER Northern Fútbol: @NorthernFutbol Peter Galindo: @GalindoPW Alex Gangué-Ruzic: @AlexGangueRuzic Ben Steiner: @BenSteiner00 RUNNING ORDER: 2:01 - Initial thoughts on CanMNT roster 8:23 - Surprised there weren't CPL players? 11:58 - CPL players we wanted to see 16:23 - Why no JMR, and could fringe players make the World Cup squad? 20:39 - Did Tabla and Farsi deserve calls? 24:13 - What's happening with Gutierrez? 27:30 - Henry's chances of making the World Cup? 33:54 - Most exciting player to be called up 38:43 - Predicted XIs to face Bahrain 41:48 - Most to gain and lose vs. Bahrain 47:56 - CanWNT squad analysis 57:36 - First-hand account of CPL final atmosphere 1:00:11 - Does Smyrniotis receive the credit he deserves? 1:04:45 - Borges' next steps 1:09:17 - Reaction to the final's attendance 1:12:47 - What each finalist needs to return to 2023 final 1:17:51 - How CPL can keep improving 1:23:35 - Can the MLS loanees help the CPL pipeline? 1:34:38 - Canadians Abroad Roundup (Kennedy ruled out, Cornelius' chances, Wotherspoon vs. Fraser and more!) Produced by Peter Galindo.
On the latest episode of A Football Podcast, David and Devang get into the MLS. We discuss the semi-final matchups, preview the MLS finals and then get into all the news surrounding the MLS this week, including Messi rumours, the potential for a new playoff format, league awards handed out and even taking a look at the newly released valuations of every team in the league!Following that, we chat CPL finals. Sean joins the show as we look into the matchup of Forge v. Atlético. We examine how Forge built an incredible dynasty, and will their dominance continue as well as other news around the CPL. Lastly we discuss the NWSL finals before opening up the mailbag for another edition of #AskAFP!
About Alicia Alicia Richard has been married for 35 years to her husband Jeff. She is the mother of three wonderful children Joshua, Matthew (forever 21 year old American hero, KIA June 9, 2011), and Laura. She is the grandmother to three precious grandchildren, and has been a teacher for 19 years. She is the co-founder of the Cpl. Matthew Richard Memorial Foundation which is a non-profit organization that provides scholarships and aid to military organizations and families. Connect with the FoundationWebsite:http://www.cplmatthewrichard.org/Social Media:FB Cpl. Matthew Richard Memorial Foundation Book Link & Documentary:Reaper Force The Hornet's NestFinally, be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and SHARE! Make sure you don't miss a thing by subscribing on your favorite podcast platform and share so that all your friends can find us too!Connect with ErinIG @erincucciowww.erincuccio.comJoin my COMMUNITY Simply text LOVELY to 936.253.6555 or click HERE. You'll receive exclusive content right to your mobile device, and the best part is it's FREE.
We're back with another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps, Major League Soccer, Canadian Premier League, and Canadian soccer chat. It's our annual awards season at AFTN and we kick off handing out the gongs with our ones for Whitecaps Player of the Year, Young Player, Academy Player, Female Player, Unsung Hero, and the best game, goal, and save of the season past. Will Ryan Gauld win any? No spoilers but we do sit down for an in-depth chat with the Whitecaps Designated Player to look at the season past and the excitingly busy 2023 that lies ahead. How did he feel both he and the team performed? How much did his early season concussions hinder him? Where did it go wrong this year? How much is he looking forward to fighting on four front next season and playing continental competition? Is he getting fed up with people asking him why he's not in the Scotland squad? And could he perhaps line up for Canada one day? We cover all of that and more! The MLS Cup final is now set. We look at this weekend's two Conference finals, as well as the CPL Championship game which saw Forge FC win a third title in four years. Plus we look ahead to the big CPL event in Langley on Wednesday night that will see the new team's official name, identity, and more revealed. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 01.30: Intro 06.10: AFTN Whitecaps Player of the Year award 09.30: Ryan Gauld interview 36.20: AFTN Whitecaps awards - part two 68.25: MLS playoff round-up 77.10: CPL final round-up 84.02: CPL in Langley reveal on Wednesday 91.05: Wavelength - A Love Supreme - Niall Quinn's Disco Pants
On News and Such, Craig, Jimmy, JC and James breakdown exactly how "showboating" is ruining the world we live in... or is it? Surely Antony has a right to show off? Or does he? Which of our panel would have gone right through him as pay back? Data and stats are soon to emblazon our match watching experience, but is this a good idea only enjoyable for the footy nerds? We basically hand out stacks of dollar bills for you as our 100% record on Footy Picks continues (ahem) and Craig finally gets to complete his Frank Yallop story. The Premier League has a new home in Canada this season: FuboTV. Don't miss a second of the action! Subscribe at: fubotv.com/footyprime Presenters: James Sharman, Jimmy Brennan, Craig Forrest, Brendan Dunlop and Dan Wong Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole *This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.*
Thomas, Peter and Alex open this week's episode with a discussion on the latest developments regarding the Canada Soccer vs. Canadian players dispute, answer your questions about the lingering issues and what could come next. Later, they dive into Canada's friendly with Bahrain, what the roster could look like and the team's World Cup plans in general. They also break down Canada's Women's World Cup group, the chances of them progressing, how they match up with each team and more. Finally, the guys discuss a few burning questions about Canadians abroad, go through the CF Montreal post-mortem, what could come next for the club and preview the CPL final this Sunday! FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: Northern Fútbol: @NorthernFutbol Thomas Nef: @ThomasNef Peter Galindo: @GalindoPW Alex Gangue-Ruzic: @AlexGangueRuzic RUNNING ORDER: 2:09 - Imaging rights dispute between CSA and players 6:03 - Can players spark real change? 10:15 - CSB's influence on potential deal 17:26 - Will the drama affect World Cup performances? 19:19 - Would big players stop playing for Canada? 22:00 - How can CSA cry poor when they spend unnecessarily? 26:52 - Canada's plans for Bahrain friendly 30:24 - Roster predictions for Bahrain 37:16 - Why no provisional squad? 40:45 - Did CSA sacrifice youth programs for senior success? 43:24 - Strategies and formations for World Cup 49:03 - Thoughts on CanWNT's World Cup group and previewing NWSL final 53:50 - Would Davies be used at LB for Canada? 56:06 - Best club fit for Davies 57:57 - Will we see the Davies-David-Buchanan trio? 1:02:56 - Thoughts on Paton and Loturi 1:06:25 - Did CF Montreal meet expectations? 1:09:46 - Essentials for Montreal maintaining this success 1:12:52 - Miller's struggles cause for concern? 1:17:36 - TFC goalkeeper targets 1:20:07 - What went wrong for losing CPL semifinalists? 1:27:19 - Keys to the final 1:37:00 - How to improve CPL officiating Produced by Peter Galindo.
On the latest episode of A Football Podcast, David, Devang and Sean get into the MLS playoffs, including a WILD El Tráfico, CF Montreal's disappointing performance and the rest of the playoff games this week. The guys also get into all the news and notes from around the league! Following that, we chat CPL playoffs. We look into the semi-final matchups of Forge v. Cavalry as well as Ottawa v. Pacific, Sean gives his first-hand account of the Forge game going into the Bekker red card and more. David, Devang and Sean also take a look at the coach of the year and player of the year finalists, giving their thoughts on who they think are the most deserving candidates. Lastly, the guys open up the mailbag for another edition of #AskAFP! Have you joined Patreon? Get ad-free episodes and access to discord: https://www.patreon.com/afootballpodcast Follow @AFootballPod on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @DesaiDevang and @EmpireGass If you enjoyed today's show, please rate A Football Podcast 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. See you again next week for an all new AFP.
It's a CanCon heavy pod today, as we get you set for Sunday's Canadian Premier League Final between Atletico Ottawa and Hamilton Forge. Head coaches Carlos Gonzalez and Bobby Smyrniotis join Jimmy Brennan, Craig Forrest and James Sharman. Ottawa incredible bounce back season is discussed, as well as which of their players should win the Player of the Year award. Meanwhile, Bobby makes his annual appearance on the pod as he gets set for yet another final appearance. The Premier League has a new home in Canada this season: FuboTV. Don't miss a second of the action! Subscribe at: fubotv.com/footyprime Presenters: James Sharman, Jimmy Brennan, Craig Forrest, Brendan Dunlop and Dan Wong Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole *This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.*
We're back with another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps, Major League Soccer, Canadian Premier League, and Canadian soccer chat. The Whitecaps offseason is officially underway, with some squad decisions already announced, some still being considered, and the planning for a 2023 season that will be fought on four fronts already in full flow. We look at the news coming out so far, plus sit down for our second annual end of season chat with Whitecaps head coach Vanni Sartini. How did he view this past season? Did the Canadian Championship win see the team take a step forward or did their MLS standing see them regress? What did he learn about himself as a coach this year? Was he too slow to make the necessary changes, especially defensively? And how much change is needed for next year to compete? We talk about all of that and a lot more in a 40 minute chat. The MLS and CPL seasons are getting close to their end, with the two conference finals set in the former and the championship game set in the latter. We look at the matches that got them to that stage, and we bring you some postgame audio from a seething Tommy Wheeldon Jr as refereeing decisions play a big part in Cavalry's downfall. Plus we chat about Canada's draw for the 2023 Women's World Cup and the latest loggerheads between Canada Soccer and the Canadian men's national team that leaves a dark cloud over the preparation for the upcoming World Cup. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 02.47: The tragic passing of Masato Kudo 09.28: Good Women's World Cup draw for Canada 12.50: Canada Soccer and CanMNT still at loggerheads 32.16: Vanni Sartini interview 77.55: Unpacking Vanni and Axel's end of season comments 101.23: MLS playoff round-up 125.35: CPL playoff round-up 138.45: Wavelength - Apocalypse Babys - Harry Kane
I speak once again with Cpl. Danny Bulford, former RCMP sniper, who was regularly tasked with protection of the Prime Minister until his resignation over vaccine mandates. He was arrested for his participation in the organization of the Freedom Convoy. He is currently on the ground in Ottawa for the EA inquiry and will be joining us for an update. THE TRUCKERS WERE RIGHT Documentary, 2022 https://youtu.be/EGylId0JMxo Follow Danny on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BulfordDaniel My site: https://www.dwtruthwarrior.com Follow on Telegram https://t.me/dwtruthwarrior Buy me a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/truthwarrior Become an Unslaved premium member today and access thousands of hours of unique research and content that you will not find anywhere else: https://unslaved.com Watch my new FREE docuseries here: https://www.cultofthemedics.com
If you needed a motto to tell the world what matters most to you, what would it say? If a single tattoo could articulate what guides your life, how would it read? After returning safely from his first tour in Iraq, Cpl. Todd Nicely pondered these questions and then engraved a permanent reminder of lessons he had learned: Your choices change lives. My friends, these words are a good reminder for a Marine preparing for a second tour of duty, an overwhelming injury, an agonizing recovery, and an ultimately redemptive life story. It's also an important reminder for the rest of us as we step into the challenges and opportunities replete in each day. Choose wisely.
CF Montreal couldn't get to the core of the Big Apple in the MLS Playoffs. Hamilton Forge a battle against Calvary to ascend to the CPL championship against Atletico Ottawa. The week that was in the Prem. And a familiar face surprises the gang with some insights and predictions! The Premier League has a new home in Canada this season: FuboTV. Don't miss a second of the action! Subscribe at: fubotv.com/footyprime Presenters: James Sharman, Jimmy Brennan, Craig Forrest and Brendan Dunlop Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.
It's Halloween, and The Boss is haunted by an old case that continues to terrify ADAs. Can The Boss escape this nightmare? Will the mysterious O'Rama ever be satisfied? Do horses really enjoy Pumpkin Spice Lattes? All will be answered in this spine tingling episode! This episode was inspired by: * People v. Zenon, 2022 NY Slip Op 05446 (4th Dept. Sept 30, 2022) * People v. O'Rama, 78 NY 2d 270 * People v. Kisoon, 8 NY 3d 129 * CPL 310.30 www.nypti.org
THE KELLY CARDENAS PODCAST PRESENTS Kionte Storey was born and raised in Stockton, CA where he graduated from Edison High School in June of 2007. On July 2007 he was shipped to Marine Corps Recruit Depot of San Diego where he would soon later graduate and become a United States Marine. After PFC Storey graduated from boot camp, he would attend Infantry Training Battalion of the School of Infantry based at Camp Pendleton, CA. Upon graduation from School of Infantry in December of 2007 PFC. Storey was assigned to his first duty station in Twenty-Nine Palms, CA with 3rd Battalion 7th Marines. LCpl Storey was deployed to Haditha, Iraq to serve in Operation Iraqi Freedom from August of 2008 through February of 2009. LCpl Storey was soon deployed to Afghanistan in March 2010 for Operation Enduring Freedom where he sustained his injuries. Storey was a team leader on patrol early one morning in September with his squad. When clearing out a building, he was hit by an IED, sustaining the loss of his lower right limb below the knee and compartment syndrome to his left leg. LCpl Storey was carried out and moved while still leading his junior marine. He was then transported to Camp Bastion, Afghanistan to be treated for his injuries then transported to Bethesda Medical Center in Virginia where he was awarded his Purple Heart and Navy Achievement Medal with Valor Device. Cpl. Storey received treatment from Naval Medical Center of San Diego where he would get his first prosthetic made. After his first year of recovery Cpl. Storey competed in the Warrior Games where he would walk away with two gold medals in the 100 and 200m sprint. From this point, Kionte would find anything he could to challenge himself as an amputee and to prove to himself that nothing is impossible. On January 2013 Kionte summit one of the seven summits, Mt. Vinson Massif located in Antartica with the aid of "The Heroes Project." Currently, Kionte trained in the 100m and 200m sprint for the Paralympics from 2013 - 2018. In 2022 Kionte competed at the Invictus Games 22 in Hague, Netherlands, where he left with one gold medal in the 100m and gold in the 4x100m sprint. Since 2019 Kionte has attended college with hopes of becoming a Physical Therapist or Athletic trainer one day with the desire to work with amputees or individuals with disabilities. THE HIDEOUT DONATIONS FOR MAKENA'S SCHOOL MUSICAL Be sure to check out my new audiobook SUCCESS LEAVES CLUES (THE 7 P'S THAT CAN SHIFT YOUR REALITY) Thank you to our sponsors TABLE ONE HOSPITALITY RAVEN DRUM FOUNDATION THE MINA GROUP Findlay Volvo Las Vegas Samaritans Feet Pinks4Cancer Cardenas Law Group Squeeze Dried Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation SISU Agency MINDSET MARKETING MORE KELLY “JOY IS THE ART OF FALLING IN LOVE WITH YOUR CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES AND ALLOWING MAGIC TO HAPPEN!” EXECUTIVE PRODUCER BROOKLYN CARDENAS
On the latest episode of A Football Podcast David and Sean discuss David's experience in Montreal for their game against Orlando, we get into FC Cincinnati's historic year, as well as the rest of the MLS playoff games this past week. The guys also discuss TFC's roster moves, and their predictions the rest of the way! Following that, we chat with the current assistant coach of Forge FC and former Newcastle, Burnley, Canadian National Team player and 2x CanPL Champion, David Edgar about Forge's upcoming match against Cavalry on Sunday. The guys also discuss their thoughts on the CMNT heading into the World Cup and how the World Cup could affect the CPL. Lastly, David and Sean open up the mailbag for another edition of #AskAFP! Have you joined Patreon? Get ad-free episodes, access to discord and our all-new weekly Euro Round Up: https://www.patreon.com/afootballpodcast Follow @AFootballPod on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @DesaiDevang and @EmpireGass If you enjoyed today's show, please rate A Football Podcast 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. See you again next week for an all new AFP.
We're back with another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps, Major League Soccer, Canadian Premier League, and Canadian soccer chat. The MLS and CPL postseason are in full flow and it's been an exciting weekend of action, which we round up in this episode. Sadly for the Whitecaps the season is over and the big decisions have to be made as who should stay and who should make way. If the team is to take the much needed next step of becoming a side that isn't just trying to scrape into the lower playoff places but to be a top four side in the West, some difficult decisions need to be made to improve the squad significantly. We give our thoughts of who should be in, out, and who's on the bubble. Plus it's been a great year for Quebec soccer. We chat with CS Saint-Laurent U17 head coach Maxwell Arhin about his side's win at the recent U17 Boys nationals in Surrey, the rise of the game in the province, and bringing CF Montreal player Ismael Kone through at youth level. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 01.30: Intro - the great Panini rip-off 08.25: Whitecaps In/Out/On The Bubble - Goalkeepers 23.07: Whitecaps In/Out/On The Bubble - Defenders 47.00: Whitecaps In/Out/On The Bubble - Midfielders 59.02: Whitecaps In/Out/On The Bubble - Forwards 76.20: MLS playoffs round-up 87.30: Wavelength - Armchair Loyal - Terry Buchanan Midfield Hardman 94.10: CPL playoffs round-up and awards 111.25: Maxwell Arhin interview
While en route to get a haircut, Jimmy's play-by-play booth mate Adam Jenkins joins the show to talk CPL Playoffs and Atletico Ottawa's miraculous season. Barca has a new team member, October's Very Own, Drake. With Injuries and limited playing time leading up to Qatar 2022, how will CanMNT prepare? The boys break down this weekend's Prem matches with Footy Picks. And Craig and Jimmy debate scoring in Tennis and (other) Football. The Premier League has a new home in Canada this season: FuboTV. Don't miss a second of the action! Subscribe at: fubotv.com/footyprime Presenters: James Sharman, Jimmy Brennan, Craig Forrest and Brendan Dunlop Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.
Moderación en SpotifyElSiglo21esHoy.com En Spotify hay algoritmos de recomendación, playlists, en música, en Pódcast hay promoción de pódcast originales o títulos destacados. ¿Cómo encontrar los títulos más adecuados y cómo detectar los inadecuados? 1: La compra de KinzenKinzen es una empresa de tecnología que fue adquirida por Spotify. la sede de la empresa está en Dublín. Kinzen se dedica a ofrecer herramientas para moderación de contenidos. También está creando una versión para editores de su experiencia (un proyecto financiado por Google Digital News Initiative).Comprada por Spotify:“Spotify se complace en compartir que hemos adquirido Kinzen, con sede en Dublín, Irlanda, líder mundial en la protección de comunidades en línea contra contenido dañino“. “Dada la complejidad de analizar contenido de audio en cientos de idiomas y dialectos, y los desafíos para evaluar de manera efectiva los matices y la intención de ese contenido, la adquisición de Kinzen ayudará a Spotify a comprender mejor el panorama de abuso e identificar amenazas emergentes en la plataforma.”Una red global de expertos locales analiza y codifica el lenguaje dañino en 28 idiomas y mercados.Editores y algoritmosKinzen es una empresa comercial. Tienen inversión inicial que fue proporcionada por:- la empresa de medios danesa FST,- el inversor público irlandés Enterprise Ireland- y el fondo de inversión irlandés BVP.Detección, no verificaciónKinzen no es una organización de verificación de hechos. Ayuda a socios a anticiparse y prepararse para las cepas emergentes de contenido dañino, y a ser ágiles en la forma en que responden a las amenazas que evolucionan rápidamente.- Experiencia en los mercados en inglés, alemán, árabe, español, portugués, hindi, turco, francés, ruso y sueco.- Investigación a medida sobre temas como la integridad electoral y la desinformación sobre vacunación. 2: Agujas en el henoAndrew McDowell - Senior Machine Learning Engineer[https://www.kinzen.com/blog/finding-needles-in-the-hay-how-we-think-about-the-challenge-of-moderating-audio]Moderación del contenido en pódcast: Con texto escrito, un editor puede escanear rápidamente un artículo en busca de señales de alerta y su experiencia le dirá dónde se requiere una mirada más cercana. Con audio es más difícil. La búsqueda de frases o términos específicos en grandes volúmenes de texto es un problema que se comprende bien y se soluciona mediante muchas técnicas y herramientas. Esto se vuelve mucho más complicado con el audio. Hay un límite en la velocidad con la que se puede acelerar un clip antes de que se vuelva ininteligible para un oyente, por lo que descubrir los peligros que plantea una hora de audio requiere una inversión de tiempo significativa por parte del editor. Buscar si un término o una frase en particular se ha pronunciado en voz alta es mucho más desafiante que en texto.- “TikTok fue demandada por dos ex empleadas dedicadas a moderar contenidos, evitar imágenes brutales, discursos de odio y teorías conspirativas, en un menú de lo peor disponible en Internet. Facebook ya desembolsó US$52 millones en reparaciones de este tipo. Las acusaciones se repiten: daño psicológico, falta de apoyo emocional y sobrecarga laboral. Los moderadores en plataformas de vídeo están expuestos a ver maltrato animal, torturas, ejecuciones y comportamientos execrables.”[https://www.latercera.com/piensa-digital/noticia/el-dificil-trabajo-de-los-moderadores-de-redes-sociales/VKEXYDPSFJGYZLTQX2VMQBATJM/]Otros servicios de transcripciónHay muchos servicios que ofrecen reconocimiento automático de voz y el campo ha recorrido un camino increíble en los últimos cinco años especialmente. Descubrimos que, si bien muchos de estos servicios produjeron transcripciones de alta calidad y muy fáciles de leer, a menudo se quedaron cortos en áreas clave para nuestros propósitos.- Google: - YouTube - Pinpoint- Apple Podcasts- Spotify contenido propio originalHay otros servicios que brindan la tecnología, como IBM y Startups. Servicios de moderación:Accenture, Covalen y Cpl proveen moderadores de contenido tercerizados a Facebook, Instagram, YouTube y Twitter.TikTok ofrece puestos fijos internos en su compañía con salarios mucho más atractivo que sus rivales para estos perfiles.Según businesinsider “Durante sus jornadas de trabajo se cruzan con videos e imágenes espeluznantes; desde violaciones y mutaciones hasta decapitaciones y otras formas de violencia, por lo que es un trabajo que requiere una gran fortaleza mental.”[https://businessinsider.mx/tiktok-moderadores-de-contenido-dublin_tecnologia/]3: automatizaciónAutomatic Speech Recognition (ASR)La mayoría de los sistemas de transcripción tipo ASR funcionan en dos etapas:- El primero procesa el audio y hace predicciones sobre a qué letras podrían corresponder los sonidos.- El segundo toma estas predicciones y las alimenta a un modelo de lenguaje, que luego evalúa estas predicciones contra el idioma de destino para ver si parecen palabras u oraciones reales.Machine learningEl modelo de lenguaje generalmente usa técnicas de aprendizaje automático sobre estadísticas en una gran colección de textos escritos (conocido como entrenamiento del modelo). Esto le permite comprender la probabilidad de que una letra o palabra determinada aparezca en combinación con las letras de palabras circundantes. Igual con sonidos. Limpiar la paja para buscar las agujasPara usar la analogía de la aguja en el pajar, asegura que todo en el pajar esté limpio y ordenado, por lo que cuando tenemos una aguja en la mano, se vuelve fácil analizarlo.Hay que resaltar las agujas en primer lugar. - Identificar cuando se usa música que no tiene permisos.- Identificar noticias falsas- Identificar mentiras intencionadas a la manipulación o desinformación- Identificar comportamientos de odio y discriminaciónAcrónimosUn nuevo hashtag político puede pasar de ser acuñado a ser tendencia mundial en días, si no horas. Si un modelo de lenguaje nunca ha visto un término lo considerará un error ortográfico y lo corregirá a una palabra válida. Esto es particularmente cierto en el caso de frases que surgen de acrónimos. Moderar grandes volúmenes de audio significa depender de servicios de terceros para las transcripcionesEl peligro de transcribir lo esperado y no lo encontradoLa transcripción parece una tarea general pero, como hemos visto, abordarla sin especialización puede conducir a la trampa de producir hermosos montones de heno que ocultan aún más las agujas que hay dentro. Como se hace en YouTube: Hay filtros automatizados y hay “Moderadores”.La misión de los moderadores de contenido es filtrar y monitorizar todo aquello que puede resultar perjudicial o traumático para los usuarios dentro de una red social.1. Según bussinesinsider “Un reportaje de Financial Times reveló que cientos de trabajadores encargados de moderar el contenido de Facebook e Instagram se han ido a TikTok, atraídos por mejores condiciones de trabajo.”2. Facebook tiene un «trust and safety hub» en Irlanda. 3. ByteDance también tiene este tipo de instalaciones en California y en Singapur, donde trabajan miles de moderadores.Aplica para trabajar en Kinzen:[https://www.kinzen.com/join-editorial-network]Siempre estan buscando personas con experiencia y conocimientos para unirse a su Red Editorial.