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Gareth Jones On Speed
Gareth Jones On Speed #425 for 14 Oct 2021

Gareth Jones On Speed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 49:42


#425 Talking Turkey, Lunaz, Morgan & Corvette. Did Mercedes make the right decision for Lewis in Turkey? James Bond's No Time To Die cars, the all-electric DB6 that's not an Aston. Alex drives a truly nutty Morgan CX-T and the new mid-engined Corvette.

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast
Episode #028 - Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero In-Depth Breakdown

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 33:55


The Dragon Ball Super Super Hero teaser trailer for 2022 has launched and there have been a lot of things dropped! Including such things as BROLY making a cameo in the new Dragon Ball Super movie for 2022. Then there is Pan and Piccolo training together as well as more information about the basic premise for the story, names for the two aliens that appear in material as well as what year this movie is set in. Are we going to see the End of Z be rewritten? Find out more in my hot take for this #DragonBall movie coming next year.Here is Haverok and I's breakdown of the trailer and more!The MasakoX Store Check out the official MasakoX store for our stylish merch!Support the show (https://masako.cc/lookout)

Wake Up Warchant
(10/6/21): "Renegade Express", expectations for next 7 weeks, is the offense hindering the defense

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 56:47


(4:00) What will we really learn, what will this team really gain the rest of the year? (10:00) Is the sporadic offense hindering the defense? (15:00) What one player from 2013 would help this team the most (20:00) Reasonable expectations for the rest of the season (29:00) Likely changes in the offseason (35:00) Jordan Wilson or Travis Jay -- who closes out the season stronger (38:00) A word on special teams (42:00) The DBs -- is it them, is it the coaching? (48:00 Crossing routes in the offense -- where are they? Music: P. Diddy - Diddy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ELITE Media Group
The Check Fade: Episode 3 — The Two Minute Drill

ELITE Media Group

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 58:54


Mahomes has played WAY too much football for this.The Check Fade boys return this week to discuss the special moments in Week 3 of the NFL, including breaking news, close upsets, stacked DBs and the imminent return of Brady Ball. Hear JT, Verone and Trev's preparation for the Week 4 Game of the Week, the top offensive/defensive performances to look out for, new Island matchups and plenty more.

SloopCast - THE Ohio State Buckeyes Podcast
S07E20 - Standard & Grayed: Akron

SloopCast - THE Ohio State Buckeyes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 46:29


In today's episode... Jared & Kyle give out rankings of the Ohio State and Akron game. Yes, it's Akron, but what did we learn from the Buckeyes? Is there a QB battle?Did we figure out who the main DBs are?How good is this freshman class?Does Ohio State have a culture problem?Master Link: http://theSloopcast.comArtist: The Floorwalkers (https://thefloorwalkers.bandcamp.com/) Song: 2241 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xlNGzeDBpg ) #GoBucks, #OhioState, #BuckeyeNation, #Buckeyes

Hermit Style Podcast - Dragon Ball Super Card Game
Collecting 101 ft. TopSonGoku - Dragon Ball Super Card Game

Hermit Style Podcast - Dragon Ball Super Card Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 109:19


Season 4, Episode 7 Today I have Tom AKA TopSonGoku, host of the Passion Over Profits Podcast and premier DBS collector.  We discuss the ins and outs of collecting as we bridge the gap between players and collectors in the Dragon Ball Super Card Game. FOLLOW TOPSONGOKU: https://linktr.ee/topsongoku Don't forget to sign up for the Hermit Style World Tournament!  October 2-3, compete virtually for your spot on the show plus tons of great prizing!  Join the Discord for more details. Plus don't miss the September giveaway courtesy of C_Irv_Collects!  You can win THREE custom metal leaders.  Here's how to enter (you will need to post a screenshot of each of the following in the Discord):  Follow Hermit Style on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hermitstylepodcast/ Follow C_Irv_Collects on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cirv_collects/?hl=en Invite a friend to the Discord (unlimited entries) JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/hermitstyle USE OUR LINK TO SHOP ON TCGPLAYER (any purchase made while on tcgplayer using this link will support the podcast!): https://tinyurl.com/hermitstylestore  ----more---- 3:12 - News From The Lookout: Nats announcement, Hermit Style World Tournament 7:55 - Turtle School Weekly Focus: Special Guest TopSonGoku! 1:41:19 - Results of Training: Gogeta Xeno, Rainbow Bardock----more----   Click the links from our friends below for more content: Shop TCGPlayer and check out the Hermit Style Store: https://tinyurl.com/hermitstylestore Trevor's Youtube: BROK3N Honor: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwJ-HYPs-xNm6HFeueVzl8Q TCGmetalZ: https://www.facebook.com/SpiralMauiGraphiX ProMats: https://www.promats-customs.com DBS Deck Planet: https://dbs-deckplanet.com Armando's Blog: Border City BallerZ: https://bordercityballerz.wordpress.com/ HeyItsLeonn on Twitch! : https://www.twitch.tv/heyitsleonn KaiokenKards on Twitch and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/KaiokenKards Dragon Ball Super Canada: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2530496937224166 Lowbat Productions: https://www.lowbat.tv Eric Staab Music: http://ericstaab.com  

Climbing The Pocket
Vikings Happy Hour - Must Win Games Already

Climbing The Pocket

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 71:56


It is a quiet night at the bar, but should it be? We are at the point that Vikes are down to must win games already. Only Matt and Ryan there to talk Minnesota Vikings football. They need you to join them and talk about what happened in the Arizona Cardinals game, and what will happen against the Seattle Seahawks. Discussion topics tonight: Vikings Recap, what was your emotion to the missed FG? Any takeaways? Vikes/Seahawks preview  Vikes Offense vs Hawks D Can we contain Russ?  Concern with DBs vs Seattle WR? Keys to victory? Lighting round Over/under Chris Carson 100 yards (avg 81.3 per game vs Vikes) Russell Wilson 3 TDs (rush/pass) avg 2.3 in 6 games vs Vikes (not playoffs) Justin Jefferson 1 drop Dalvin Cook over 70 yards rushing  Vikes D sacks 3 Buy/Sell Kirk Cousins continued success? Special Teams actually good? Nick Vigil through two games  Vikings a playoff team Headline game You like that?! Is it time to panic? Game prediction  Dave 0-2 Matt 0-2 Ryan 1-1 Guest 0-2 Fan with us!!! Matt Anderson @MattAnderson_8, and Ryan Ortega @sportsguyry, are joined by you the fans. Producer Dave @Luft_Krigare in the truck. This is a @Climb_ThePocket's & @DailyNorseman's production. _____________________________________________________________________________________ Subscribe to us here! - https://www.youtube.com/c/climbingthepocket Catch the show here: https://youtu.be/cDROeCV6ioU Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Glory UGA
Week 3 Mailbag: Should the Dawgs Be Ranked #1?

Glory UGA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 58:47


In today's episodes we empty out the mailbag as we answer all of YOUR Georgia Football questions! Today's questions include... Should Georgia be ranked #1? Who will develop into UGA's #1 WR? AD Mitchell or Brock Bowers? 1-10, how concerned are you about the DBs? Does James Cook need more touches? Warren Ericson...why??? Bama worse than we thought or UF better than we thought? Does UGA have a legit shot with Arch Manning? And much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast
Episode #027 - Dragon Ball Super Manga Review (Chapter 76)

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 30:08


Dragon Ball Super Manga CHAPTER 76 -The Fate Of The Saiyans - God of Destruction Vegeta vs Granolah! With the Dragon Ball Super anime waiting to make its mind up, we have the manga to look into and we are reviewing it and Vegeta new Form! Goku is back to face Granolah in the conclusion of the first battle with the Cerellian. However, Ultra Ego Vegeta isn't done it and is about to take a BITE...out of crying hunters!Read more Dragon Ball Super via Viz's portal: https://www.viz.com/shonenjump/chapters/dragon-ball-superThe MasakoX Store Check out the official MasakoX store for our stylish merch!Support the show (https://masako.cc/lookout)

Pursuing Private Practice
The Stages of Business

Pursuing Private Practice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 36:55


This podcast episode is a little bit different from normal, but I'm so excited to be recording this for all of you! We are talking about the Stages of Business. This topic is actually based on a workshop I did for the dietitians in Dietitian Business School. This workshop was so well received that I was inspired to add it to our podcast content to share with those of you that are building a private practice but aren't a member of Dietitian Business School yet. One of the things I get asked most often from our community is: How do I know if I'm a good fit for Dietitian Business School? As we have built DBS, we have attracted business owners at many different levels in their businesses. We have worked to adjust our curriculum to serve all of these different Stages of Business: Starting, Growing, Scaling, and Coasting. Some of the topics discussed include: How we define the 4 different stages of business Why it's important to know which stage of business you are in What to focus on in each stage of business The pros and cons of each stage of business The importance of supervision in your growth as a dietitian For more information, visit https://www.pursuingprivatepractice.com/98

Dawgman Radio
UW's defense excited to see a style of offense they've had success against in the past

Dawgman Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 18:44


It's not exactly Air Raid, but Arkansas State is still putting up some monster offensive numbers through two games. They are third in all of FBS in total offense (610 yards per game), and top-20 in scoring offense at 44.5 points per game. In talking with the Washington defensive players Wednesday, they're excited to see the Red Wolves come to town. It's going to be a real clash of the titans because Arkansas State leads the country in pass offense (460 yards a game), while Washington is number 2 when it comes to passing yards allowed in a game (74.5). "Spread, they like to throw the ball," cornerback Kyler Gordon said. "Ready for that, been waiting for that. It's going to be a fun game." "That's my Dad's alma mater, actually," said freshman outside linebacker Cooper McDonald said, smiling. "Hoping we can put the smack on them." The Huskies have only had 38 passes thrown on them so far through two games, so they haven't had a ton of opportunities to come up with a pick. That shouldn't be a problem Saturday afternoon, as the Red Wolves have already attempted 106 passes. "We've got to be able to stop the run and then we've got to be able to stop the pass after that," said UW DB Coach Will Harris. "It's going to create opportunities, and I believe great defenses create turnovers, whether that is through the run or whether that's through the pass." With no turnovers forced to date, it's something that's been on Gordon's mind. He's got a bet with Trent McDuffie to see who gets the first interception of the season. The winner gets a video game. And Kyler's got his heart set on the new Call of Duty.  "I'm thinking the ball's in the air, someone's gotta get it," he said. "One of the DBs gotta get it. If it's not me, it's Trent or Bookie, AC, someone. Someone's gonna get it, so everyone's really excited to see the ball in the air. It's definitely more motivating." The defense is motivated as much by the 0-2 start than anything else, but Harris knows it starts with the coaches first to put the players in a position to be successful. We've already seen one change in the depth chart; Cameron Williams will start at free safety. "Let's be realistic; at the end of the day we'd like to be better on the defensive side of the ball," said Harris. "We have to, first and foremost, look ourselves in the mirror as coaches, and then we've got to get these guys situated to where we can get a better scheme for them to go out there and execute it." Does that mean fans could see more changes on the defensive side of the ball on Saturday? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Navigating Neuropsychology
79| Neuropsych Bite: Clinical Case 2 – Dr. Ryan Van Patten

Navigating Neuropsychology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 36:07


In Clinical Case 2, Ryan presents a neuropsychological evaluation of a man in his 70s with Parkinson's disease who is being considered for deep-brain stimulation (DBS). Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/79 _________________ If you'd like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Get APA-approved CE credit for listening to select episodes: www.NavNeuro.com/INS  2) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 3) Subscribe (free) and leave an Apple Podcasts rating/review: www.NavNeuro.com/itunes 4) Contribute to the discussion in the comments section of the website (click the episode link listed above) or on Twitter (@NavNeuro)   Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of psychology or any other professional healthcare advice and services. No professional relationship is formed between hosts and listeners. All content is to be used at listeners' own risk. Users should always seek appropriate medical and psychological care from their licensed healthcare provider.]

Official Seattle Seahawks Podcasts
Seahawks Stories: Paul Moyer

Official Seattle Seahawks Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 52:08


Introducing Seahawks Stories, hosted by former Seahawks running back Robert "Turbo" Turbin! Each week, Turbin will sit down with a current player or Seahawks Legend to share stories from the locker room to the playing field and discuss their career both on and off the field. Our first guest: former Seahawks safety Paul Moyer (1983-1989). Show outline: the road to Arizona State (02:41), Paul's journey to the Seahawks as an undrafted free agent (07:49), playoff runs in the 80s (13:06), 1983 AFC Championship year (20:40), Moyer's favorite QBs to intercept (26:31), LOB vs. DBs of the 80s (35:47), and Moyer's coaching experience with the Seahawks (45:56).

Raw Data By P3
Alex Dupler and Alex Powers

Raw Data By P3

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 104:22


We welcome Power Platform expertise in the form of Two Alex! Alex Dupler and Alex Powers both work at Microsoft. The organization they work for and their first names aren't the only thing that these two share! They also both have a lot of experience with and passion for the Power Platform. Alex Powers is a member of the Power BI Customer Advisory Team (PBICAT), and Alex Dupler is a Program Manager focused on BI & Data Infrastructure. These guys know data! Follow Two Alex: Alex Dupler Twitter Alex Powers Twitter Two Alex Youtube Channel References in this Episode: Raw Data with Brad and Kai from Agree Media Episode Timeline: 7:00 - The woes of Stack Ranking, Data storage options, more fun with names! 22:00 - What draws you to data?, The value (and drawbacks) of Excel, and the path to Power BI 36:40 - Two Alex-similarities and differences, Rob tells a story of someone crossing him, and one of Rob's favorites-the art of using BI to drive action 59:00 - When BI and IT collide, the 2 Alex's non-traditional BI path, the value of being an expert even if you aren't THE expert 1:16:00 - Two Alex LOVE helping people, is there value to documentation?, knowing the Business portion of Business Intelligence 1:37:00 - Advertising performance discussion Episode Transcript: Rob Collie (00:00:00): Hello friends. Today's guests are Alex Powers and Alex Dupler, collectively known as Two Alex. They're both Microsoft employees in very different roles, but both have their feet rooted firmly in the power platform. You might be familiar with their YouTube show. I interact with them primarily on Twitter and a little bit on Reddit. And this is the first time I've had really any conversation of length with Alex Powers. And it's the first time I've had any conversation at all with Alex Dupler. And no surprise here, really, really cool people. We had a lot of fun, really dynamic and inspiring, interesting conversation that wound through a number of topics, including some show favorites, like non-traditional backgrounds, and closing the action loop, and imposter syndrome. We talk about how years ago Alex Powers wrote a review of my book that called out the intermission in the book and how, what a delight that was at the time to read. Rob Collie (00:00:57): And that leads to a conversation about how we're always essentially at our own little intermission in our expertise curve. You're always in the middle somewhere. And if we started doing metrics on this podcast, you'd probably find that this one ranked very highly in opinions expressed per minute. Ooh. What could he mean? Let's get into it. Announcer (00:01:21): Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention please? Announcer (00:01:25): This is the Raw Data By P3 Adaptive podcast. With your host, Rob Collie, and your cohost Thomas LaRock. Find out what the experts at P3 Adaptive can do for your business. Just go to p3adaptive.com. Raw Data by P3 Adaptive is data with the human element. Rob Collie (00:01:49): Welcome to the show. Alex Powers and Alex Dupler. How are you today, gentlemen? Alex Dupler (00:01:54): I'm doing great. It's great to chat with you. Alex Powers (00:01:56): Rob, back-to-back meetings. I'm glad that Luke found us some time here. I was so hesitant about this podcast, just cause I love listening to it. I was like, "I don't know, should I do it? Should I do it? Should I do it?" Rob Collie (00:02:08): The answer is yes, you should do it. Alex Powers (00:02:10): I appreciate Alex D and Rob just pulling us all together. Yeah. Rob Collie (00:02:13): We've already backstage a little bit been laughing about this. So let's bring it out to the front stage. The two of you combined, what do we refer to you as? Are you the Two Alex's? Or something different? Alex Dupler (00:02:23): So we learned separately from our wives that the correct pluralization is two Alex. Rob Collie (00:02:30): See, I just don't buy this. I still think Alex's. I mean, we could get really funky and say, Alexi. Tom LaRock (00:02:36): I was going to say, that's what I think. Yeah, Alexa, Rob Collie (00:02:39): But I mean, think of it this way. There's fish, and that's plural. But even there, there's still fishes, which refers to different species of fish. Yes. I think. Is that what it is? Alex Powers (00:02:51): Yeah, that's right. Fishy. Yes. Rob Collie (00:02:53): I don't know. So the two Alex, are you guys seriously going to go by that now? Is that going to be the new thing, or? Alex Dupler (00:02:58): Well, the YouTube channel is called Two Alex. Rob Collie (00:03:01): How'd the two of you come to know one another? Is it just like, oh, we're both working in data and we're both named Alex. So you're like, you see each other from across the room and your eyes meet across the internet? Alex Powers (00:03:10): I would say across the internet, for sure there. Just because he's up in Redmond, I'm kind of located in St. Louis, Missouri. From there it was kind of this, I think natural, just both being active in the community. Alex D you can keep me honest there, I'm sure we were connecting on Twitter a little bit there before, definitely in the subreddits. One of my earliest memories of was, Hey, this thing isn't folding. And I was like, oh my gosh, it's Power Query. I've got to tackle this. I've got to answer this question. Reddit is where I hang out at. I would say from there that's when we really started coming chat more and more, but Alex D I'll let you kind of tell your side of the story. Alex Dupler (00:03:43): Yeah. Yeah. My recollection is that the first time we interacted with each other, where it wasn't just some random poster on Reddit, was side conversations on Microsoft teams within Microsoft. There's some internal discussions where salespeople can get their question answered and sometimes the questions are interesting. And so, yeah we had some side conversations. Plus back then, when Alex wasn't on the product team, he didn't always have full visibility into the roadmap. And so we would chat on the side about what we would do with the roadmap. Not that we would do a better job, just a different job. Rob Collie (00:04:19): Yeah, I get you. Yeah, I understand. I understand. What are the two of your roles at Microsoft today? Alex Dupler (00:04:25): I work for Microsoft advertising. We're the organization that sells the ads that go on Bing, as well as some partner websites like Yahoo search and AOL search and stuff like that. And I work in the business function of the sales org. So I do BI for a sales team. And it just happens to be at Microsoft, and that influences the technologies that we use. IPM are like data warehouse and big cube stuff. Rob Collie (00:04:50): Cool. We're going to have to circle back to that for sure. And Alex P what are you up to these days? Alex Powers (00:04:56): Yep. So senior program manager on the Power BI customer advisory team, so PBI CAT for maybe those out in the community. I'm called as kind of that last bastion of hope sometimes, where I'm not very close to the solution, not close to the architecture, just come in and fix it. Where Alex D, he owns the solution, he owns the finished product. That's a line of visibility that I completely lose in my day to day. But you get variety, you get to do different things. Some days it's maybe a DAX challenge, next day I'm writing C#. The next day, I'm writing kind of new report, kind of clicky, clicky, draggy droppy experiences. So a vast rich tapestry of Power BI. Rob Collie (00:05:32): So you're on the CAT team with a number of people that have already been on the show, right? Adam Saxton, Casper, Chris Webb. You're part of that crew? Alex Powers (00:05:41): Yep. Rob Collie (00:05:41): I hear that that crew continues to expand, it's like this great gravitational attractor. It's like just hoovering all of these people. Let's just have it on the record. Does the Power BI CAT team have ambitions of world takeover? Alex Powers (00:05:53): Every day. And I think what you're seeing right now is a lot of formality. Community contributors, experts, decades of experience. They're now turning into bosses, they're now turning into managers. So they're getting further away from the technology and kind of now being people managers. I'm enjoying our livestream here because Rob is laughing. He's like, oh, I know that exact feeling. Rob Collie (00:06:14): I do. I do, right. I got a request today from some media outlet to interview me for Power BI tips. And I'm like, gosh folks, I'm probably not that person. You want to talk about strategy, okay, that's different. But I have gotten further and further. I still build some Power BI stuff for sure, for my own purposes. But I don't have that day to day, like, this is my life. That's not how my day goes anymore. I'm back to the management game after years of being out of it. Yeah. Growing a company tends to keep you out of the actual hands-dirty data trenches that started the whole thing. Alex Dupler (00:06:52): Well, if you ever start stack ranking, that's when it's going to be time to sell it. Rob Collie (00:06:56): True story, stack ranking was the reason why I actually stopped being a manager at Microsoft. At one point, I just said, I'm done applying the system for you. I was sick of it. And I understand it's gone now. I found out the hard way that stepping back from a management position didn't just relieve me of that stack ranking thing that I found immoral and uncool. It also took me out of a lot of the important conversations. I just didn't have nearly the input or influence that I had before. And that was hard. If I was still at Microsoft today, my career at Microsoft would still have suffered like a multi-year setback because of this era where I just said, I'm done. I know that at this point, the whole stack rank thing has been gone for a long time, but it was still a number of years later after I left that it still persisted. No, we're never going to do that. We're never going to play lifeboat with human beings. I mean, it really sucked, right? Basically, if you built a really good team, either by recruiting or by development or both, you were punished for it. Alex Dupler (00:08:04): Yeah. Apply this to Alex's team. You want to stack rank Chris Webb and Casper and Adam? Tom LaRock (00:08:09): I will. I'll do it. Rob Collie (00:08:11): Which one of them gets told that they had a terrible year? Right? Tom LaRock (00:08:16): I'd be happy to do it. Rob Collie (00:08:20): Hey, listen. As long as we put that kind of phenomenal power in the hands of a benevolent tyrant, like Tom, it's perfectly safe. What could go wrong? Alex Dupler (00:08:29): That is what they said about solar winds. Tom LaRock (00:08:34): My first criteria, having known them for many years, is Jaeger consumption. So we'll just start with that and work our way down the stack. Rob Collie (00:08:44): Which way are we going to sort that list though? We sort it largest to smallest, or smallest to largest? I mean, I could see that list being sorted either way. Tom LaRock (00:08:50): We'll try it both ways and see how it shakes out. Rob Collie (00:08:53): Yeah. I mean, it could be like a honeypot, right? Put some Jaeger out there, see who goes for it? You're getting the 3.0. We won't be doing any of that, thankfully. Now, Alex P, you were previously in a different role, right? Alex Powers (00:09:10): Yes. So, here at Microsoft less than two years, came in through the premier field engineer side to support, really had a blast there kind of proactive engagements training, probably train like 4,000 Tableau users on the Power BI. So just like the grind of doing it day in, day out, talking about the product, I just absolutely loved that. Transitioned to kind of field sales roles. There it's competitor competes, a lot of disinformation where they're saying, well, Power BI can never do this. What do you mean it can't do that? Here's an article. Here's me, kind of the whizzbang demo. That's probably where I got my hyperlink chops for those that kind of know me on the community. Alex Powers (00:09:44): This is the good and bad of the pandemic is like, Hey, we're making some career advancements, we're working long hours, whatever else it may be. A lot of my goal whiteboard over here was, Hey, I want to be on the Power BI CAT team. Had that visibility, just kind of did those grinding over the fall and winter months when we're all stuck inside. But I'm sorry, Thomas. I don't know how good I would be at the Jaeger thing, just because I don't have that peer connection. I haven't met my coworkers. So that's tough for a lot of people that I think are just making career jumps during the pandemic right now. Rob Collie (00:10:16): Yeah. I mean, it's weird. I live in a completely altered reality where we've been a hundred percent remote, I've been a hundred percent remote for 11 years. Probably more closer to 12, actually. Our company was a hundred percent remote from the beginning, basically out of necessity. To me, it's shocking how many people who've been at this company for a long time have never met each other face to face. We did a gathering, a team gathering in 2019. We didn't do one in 2020. I don't remember why we didn't do that. We haven't done one this year, either. We're hoping to maybe do one in 2022. We've hired so many people in the last year that there's like half the company that I haven't ever been in person with. Alex Powers (00:11:02): It's tough. Rob Collie (00:11:03): It's different, isn't it? Alex Powers (00:11:04): Yeah. I think it was like the good meme the other day where it's like, Hey, here's your company culture, it's just like an empty cubicle. And it's like, well, people don't even have that anymore. It's just, here's your new job, here's your new email. Log in, welcome to the company. Great friend of mine, Mark Beedle, I know kind of joined T3 adaptive. I love that he's like, this is where I want to be. I think of the P3 of the past, where you take the group, I think, up to Seattle or some of the different areas. And then it was like, oh wow, they're all getting together and having fun. You know, I tried applying for the job, but unfortunately your Excel file was corrupt and I couldn't pass the test. Rob Collie (00:11:36): Oh, I see. I see how this [crosstalk 00:11:38]. Alex Powers (00:11:38): Yeah, what happened with that, Rob? Rob Collie (00:11:39): I don't know, man. Alex Powers (00:11:40): That's really what I wanted to corner you on today. Rob Collie (00:11:43): That might've been part of the test, Alex. Alex Powers (00:11:45): I literally thought it was, that responded that way. I was like, I don't know if they're testing me with a corrupted file. Alex Dupler (00:11:50): Yeah. You need to have mastered the Open XML format of the Excel file, and be able to track down the corruption in the Power Query. Rob Collie (00:12:00): I saw a joke or a meme on some social media a couple of years ago about cast iron, the hipsters with their cast iron and how you have to take care of it and everything like that. And then after you're done with that, you have to dry it in the sun for 24 hours. And someone goes, 24 hours? And they go, yeah, if you're not willing to go to the Arctic, you don't deserve cast iron. So it's like that kind of test. Yeah. Alex Dupler (00:12:23): We beat the crap out of our cast iron, it's just fine. Rob Collie (00:12:26): Okay. And now Alex Dupler. You're working in BI in the advertising wing, within Bing but also the affiliated networks like Yahoo and things like that. And so you mentioned that you're in charge of the data warehouse and you're in charge of, you said big cube. Alex Dupler (00:12:42): Yeah. Rob Collie (00:12:43): For a year I worked on Bing, and maybe this is a completely different dataset than what you actually end up caring about, but the state of the world back then was there was this giant distributed commodity hardware database system, data storage system called Cosmos. Alex Dupler (00:12:58): Yep. Rob Collie (00:12:58): One of the world's foremost write-only data stores. It was amazing at storing data. You could never get anything useful out of it. There was only one person in the entire organization, named Jamie Buckley, who was capable of actually running queries against this thing. And so if you wanted any information whatsoever about what searches were being run and things like that, yeah sure, you could try to write a query against this thing. And what would happen is you'd get syntax error after syntax error after syntax error, and then eventually you kick off a query and it wouldn't give you any errors. And you're like sweet. And it would run and run and run and you go away and you'd come back like a day and a half later and then you'd get a runtime error. Alex Dupler (00:13:38): Yeah. And when it works, you get a CSV. And so we still have that. I think when I was getting trained on it, which they said it had something like 5% of the world's data in it. Cause it's not just Bing, it's X-Box and a whole bunch of stuff. It's this really cool exabyte scale thing. But nobody knows how to use it, partially because it uses scope scripts, which the only commercial product they've ever been used in is the ATLS gen one analytics feature, which was not a successful product and is being deprecated. And so you can't hire people that know how to use it, there's just like a bunch of vendors that have learned it. And I can't write it either. Also, I don't know if this was your experience, but the engineers are allergic to writing documentation. It's got these petabyte sized tables with 400 columns and there'll be a data dictionary and it doesn't have any descriptions of any of the columns. Rob Collie (00:14:33): This does match my experience, yes. Alex Dupler (00:14:35): So we use that some, we also have other partners. I mean, it's a huge organization. We just missed getting touted in the quarterly earnings as having crossed $10 billion for the last fiscal year. I think the public number is like 9.95 or 9.5 billion. Yeah so it's a real business, even though the market share is pretty small. It turns out advertising is just a really, really good business. So we take a bunch of data out of there, and then also from partners that take data in there, and put it all in Databricks and make it available to folks that way. And we love Databricks because our analysts, they can come with whatever skills they have, and they can be successful on day one. Because they don't have to learn SCOPE or KQL or whatever. Alex Dupler (00:15:22): They can write Python, they can write R, they can write SQL, there's a cube so they can do Power BI, they can do Excel. They can do whatever they want, all in the same data. Now, if they want to do things that are super fancy, they may have a hard time using the cube. So they got to write something. Rob Collie (00:15:41): Yeah. Alex Dupler (00:15:42): But if you're a PM owning a project, you can drag and drop in that cube all day long and have a good time. And then the other thing that we like about the setup we have is, with the data in Data Lake, our partners that have their own generous Azure budgets, they're not running queries against our server. Whereas if we put it in Synapse or SQL, when they want to query our data, we're paying for this compute. But here they just mount it onto their own compute system, and they pay for it. And that's great. We like when other people pay to use our data. Rob Collie (00:16:15): So it's funny, I actually expected that the answer to the question was going to be, oh no, no, we fixed all that. That original system is completely straightened out, it's got a much more human friendly interface. But it turns out that you just have other systems that are human friendly. And those things have to... on the order of one-time investments to figure out how to populate those things from the great Oracle that is Cosmos. Alex Dupler (00:16:41): Yeah that's largely true. I mean, in Cosmos, they've implemented the ATLS APIs. So you can mount data in Cosmos directly to a Spark engine and do stuff that way, if you want. Yeah. Basically that's how they've done things. You will not be surprised to learn that Microsoft likes to reuse names. Maybe you've seen this phenomenon before in the word power, but yeah. Cosmos, the internal exabyte scale data platform is not the same as Cosmos DB, the Azure product, which is for, I couldn't even describe it. It's for, like, everything. Rob Collie (00:17:19): Yeah. I mean, there's only so many cool nouns. And furthermore, the set of cool nouns in the world is further refined by the ones that computer scientists gravitate to. So you end up with a really small population of words. And the chances... It's like the pigeonhole principle from math, right? You need 450 names, you only have 300 words. So you're screwed. And so you end up with things like the word dashboard being repurposed to mean something kind of niche in Power BI. That's one that I wish we could get a do-over on. And you know, I'm a sinner. I named some things poorly in my day. I'll give you an example. When PowerPivot V1, and actually several versions of PowerPivot, at least in 2010, there were those two drop zones, extra drop zones in the pivot table field list, for slicers. Rob Collie (00:18:11): Cause Amir insisted that we make slicer layout really easy as opposed to tedious. So we had these extra drop zones, and one drop zone put the slicers down the left-hand side of the pivot table and one put them across the top of the pivot table. What did I name those two zones? Horizontal and vertical slicers. For years after that, when I taught that product to classes, they go, oh, what does a horizontal slicer do that's different than a vertical slicer? And I just sit there with my head in my hands like, it should have been left and top, Rob. Why did you... Previous Rob, why were you so nerdy and stupid at the same time? Left and top. Alex Dupler (00:18:48): Well you see, in an indimensional cube, there are some things that are horizontal and some things that are vertical. Once you understand what the tubal is, it'll all make sense. Rob Collie (00:18:59): Yes. So let's go back to basics and... Yeah, no. It's just left and top. Yep. These are what you call own goals. Can't make these things up. It's even funnier, by that point in my career when I made that mistake, I was already kind of like this rabid high priest of naming. Like, we should be better. And here I was in the course of delivering those sermons, just committing tremendous sins out the back of the church. It's just like. Alex Dupler (00:19:31): Yeah, it turns out we should be better in, oh crap, I got an hour before this presentation, what am I going to call this thing? Those are two overlapping states of being. Rob Collie (00:19:41): You know, people's hearts are in the right place. So I still think that the two of you probably might've gravitated toward each other just a little bit, maybe like 1% more, because of the shared first name. Can I be allowed like an extra 1% gravity on this? Alex Powers (00:19:54): 99. I mean, a lot of Alex's within Microsoft that are doing Power BI, we've all kind of banded together. Rob Collie (00:19:59): There's like an Alex crew? Alex Powers (00:20:01): Hell yeah. Big time. There's multiple Two Alex's, too. Rob Collie (00:20:04): As we've established, once you get above like three or four Alex, it's suddenly Alex's. That's when it becomes plural. Alex Dupler (00:20:10): There are at least two Alex's working at Microsoft in the Power BI ecosystem that are smarter than either of us. Rob Collie (00:20:17): Well I mean, going back to something we were talking about earlier, every single person, every single consultant at P3 is a hell of a lot better at Power BI than I ever was. I can't even argue that it's like, oh, I'm off my peak. It's not that at all. They were always going to be much, much better. It's very humbling. Like in the real sense of the word, when you sort of get put in your place. Alex Powers (00:20:40): Is this like a time thing, Rob? Cause I feel it too. It's like the early days, Power Pivot and Power Query were something like, I'm digging, I'm learning all of these things. And then like everything else is kind of passing me by and it's like, yeah I'll catch up to that at some point. And I see the wild stuff that people are doing nowadays, like, I don't know what nights and weekends they're spending learning this product, but I'm working twice as hard and I'm still not catching up. Alex Dupler (00:21:00): Yeah. I was watching the other demo the other day. And he was talking about how you should have your report and your data model in two separate PBIX's. This was Mike Carlo. It was a great demo. But then he was like, and to make this really easy, what we're going to do is we're going to edit the PBIX. And I was like, hold on a second. You can't do that. That's not allowed. Rob Collie (00:21:22): [crosstalk 00:21:22] Like actually hacking the file? Like he got into the file structure? Alex Dupler (00:21:25): Yeah. Rob Collie (00:21:26): I do love me some file hacking. For me, I think it's not necessarily a question of time. It's actually that the universe has returned to its default state with respect to me. Which is, the whole time I worked at Microsoft, in all the years I was on the engineering teams, I worked with plenty of people who were super technical, but also enthusiastically technical. When VB.Net came out, and ASP.NET, I had some colleagues that just dove into that. They loved it, it was the most amazing thing. And I just could never... I was still at that point going like, okay, well I learned how to write my VBA, and I'm sticking with it. That's where the frontier of my coding, actual procedural coding, is still VBA six. Rob Collie (00:22:09): For some reason, DAX and data modeling, as technical tools go, DAX and data modeling really, really spoke to me. Like I freaking loved it and still do, still do to this day. And Excel formulas are kind of the same thing, right? This is the handful of exceptional technologies that really seem to appeal to my nervous system, and none of the others do. And by the way, M is another example that does not appeal to me at all. Alex Powers (00:22:38): I am the opposite. I love M. Rob Collie (00:22:39): Really? You love M? Alex Powers (00:22:40): I love, love, love. Hell yeah. Rob Collie (00:22:42): You're not my species then, you're something completely different. Alex Dupler (00:22:47): So I think one of the big things that drew me to data modeling, so there's a lot of constraints. And with programming, it's like, there's such an open world. Like the only programming I could ever really get my head around was VBA. That's where I started. You didn't have to have a big, complicated object model. There was just Excel. That was your object model. And it made everything so much easier. And you're like, okay, well, what I'm trying to do is move these cells to those cells. And with data modeling, especially in Power BI, it's like, well, I need one column for these relationships. And I need these relationships to flow in one direction. The constraints make it a much more manageable problem, but also opens up room for more creativity. Rob Collie (00:23:30): I agree. And also VBA comes with a macro recorder, the world's greatest set of training wheels. It's like, if I want to build an app from scratch, I can't like act out like pantomime what the app will do, and have something spit out code for it. Alex Dupler (00:23:48): Draw some stick fingers in Figma and just drag them around, and get some code from that. Rob Collie (00:23:51): Yeah. It's like, mock up the UI in Balsamiq or something, or Vizio, and then start mashing on the screen with your finger and say, okay. And then speaking out loud, what should happen at that... there's no macro recording for actual software developers. Alex Dupler (00:24:04): I think we got to tell Charles that, that's what he's got to do with his AI driven power apps development. Rob Collie (00:24:09): Yeah. It's we need to turn this into a LARPing thing, right? You just act out the application in the real world with these cameras... Holo lens. There it is. We've solved the world's problems. Take that for low code development. Alex Powers (00:24:26): Well, I like how Power Automate's now watching your points and clicks, and generating flows for you. Rob Collie (00:24:32): See, I didn't know that it did that. Alex Powers (00:24:33): Oh yeah. You're training the machine. You don't even have to write the code anymore. It's like, oh, automation is here. It's really here now. Rob Collie (00:24:41): It's always a feel good moment to meet a fellow VBA 6-er. The world used to be lousy with us. We were just everywhere. It's kind of a dying art. Office has got this new JavaScript API, Office Scripts. That's incredible. Again, in theory. I haven't touched it, because it's not reaching out and grabbing me by the eyeballs. I'm tempted though. It's sort of like, oh, a new VBA six and they have a macro recorder and I'm like, okay, maybe, maybe. This might be the way I learn JavaScript someday, is Office Scripts. Alex Dupler (00:25:09): Yeah, that sounds like how I'd learn it, except Excel is dead to me. I mean, I use Excel for note taking and PM stuff, but data work, I don't use it. Because first of all, Power Query is the way to go. And in Excel, when you have Power Query over, you can't save the Excel file. Rob Collie (00:25:28): Really? Alex Dupler (00:25:29): Yeah, Power Query takes a lock, like a lot of the old school windows. And you can't get back to the main- Rob Collie (00:25:34): Modal window. Alex Dupler (00:25:35): Yeah. So you can't save, you can't refer back to the data. You can't open stuff. And it's not like Excel ever crashes when you're working with lots of data. So saving, it's not that important. And if you want to say, first you have to evaluate your queries or set them to disable load. But if you've already loaded some, if you do something to disable load, it destroys the cells. I just said, I'll do it all in Power BI. No more Excel. Not because there's anything wrong with Excel. It's just that that user experience was just so unacceptable to me. I lost so many hours of work. Tom LaRock (00:26:10): Wait, what do you mean, not that there's something wrong... Clearly there's something wrong with Excel. Alex Dupler (00:26:14): Yeah. Rob Collie (00:26:15): Alex, you're cut from a cloth that I understand very well. Your sarcastic cynicism is, ooh, it speaks to me. Yeah, we've come to the right place. Even I, team Excel guy, I am really on team Excel. I haven't written any DAX in the Excel environment in several years. It's all Power BI, all the time now. Alex Dupler (00:26:38): The other big thing is why would you want to write DAX in an environment that you can't schedule to refresh? Unless you don't have pro licenses, like... Alex Powers (00:26:47): Hold on, let me challenge you now. Here we go, this is a little taste of Two Alex. So I love Ken Puls, where he's saying, Hey, I don't want the heavy weight of Power BI. If I can do as much as possible within Excel, be it Power Query or even Power Pivot. I would agree that. Alex Powers (00:27:03): Be it kind of power query or even power pivot. I would agree that the development experience is severely lacking. That's not to say that the power BI side is the best in the world, obviously Dax studio, et cetera. But I would much rather take a lightweight application over a heavy one every day and then just import that data model into power BI when I'm ready. Rob Collie (00:27:19): To me, the primary value of these technologies in Excel is as an on-ramp to the power BI universe for the authors. Tomorrow's power BI authors are today living in Excel. And the reason, I've said this multiple times on this podcast of multiple different people at Microsoft, but the reason why I'm, I don't want to use like the passive aggressive version of the word disappointed. Let's use the completely neutral version of the word disappointed. The reason why I'm disappointed that there isn't more investment there is because that is the gateway drug, and as a universe, as a community, like we really need to care about bringing those new people on. And that's where they're going to come to. To tell those same people, "No, put Excel down and start learning this in a completely new environment," their immune systems reject that because they've been sold a million times on the idea that something's going to replace Excel. They know better by now. Rob Collie (00:28:23): But no one in that category, like the V lookup and pivot route, none of them resist the idea of there being crazy, powerful new versions and features of the things that they're already doing. You get them 48 hours into that new world, and they're more than happy to switch to the power BI environment. They're excited about it. Those same people who would have rejected it 48 hours before. You got to take them on that path and this thing not getting the love that I think it deserves, I understand it's from the perspective of our real production environment is the power BI environment. I get that. But the on-ramp, they are doing some things about that, even things that I didn't know, because they're targeted at people who don't know about this stuff and I already do. Brian, when he was on the podcast, was talking about how they're using machine learning, advanced clippy generation seven, to detect the people who should be interested in this stuff and sort of pointing them to power BI. And there actually was really good uptake of that. That feature didn't fire for me because I don't use V Lookup or regular pivot tables anymore. Alex Dupler (00:29:23): That's almost exactly the journey that I went on. Like many of your guests, I did not go to school for power BI. I actually, I went to school for chemistry and I worked as a chemist for a couple of years. I was doing lab work and I was very bad at lab work. I mean, I understood the chemistry, but I would break glassware that was expensive and stuff like that. Which when you make $15 an hour, breaking expensive glassware is a good way to get in trouble. So I was like "Okay, well I grew up in a very computer centric family. Maybe I can do some of this Excel stuff." And so I was doing visual basic, and we were doing some dashboards, like operational reporting. And I had Excel in this company. I loved the people there, but it was not a successful business. We had maybe a hundred thousand dollars in revenue per employee with high CapEx, because we had these big, expensive instruments that we had to buy and chemicals and all sorts of stuff, lots of HVAC. So there was not enough money to pay people to live in Seattle, so every office license was a battle. Alex Powers (00:30:31): Wow. Alex Dupler (00:30:31): I was looking at, okay, what can I do with Excel 2007, because we had some of that I think we had enough licenses, but it didn't really check. So we didn't really pay too much attention. But then I was like wanting to use power query because I had sort of discovered it was easier, but I couldn't. So I was like, "Okay, how do I get this macro to run as a service so that I can refresh these dashboards on these dowels that we bought second hand?" Rob Collie (00:31:01): You know, if it weren't for the a hundred thousand dollars of revenue per employee, at a certain point, that story sounded like season two of Breaking Bad. The HVAC, the cap ex, oh you mean a hundred thousand dollars per employee per week? Okay. Alex Dupler (00:31:18): No, no, no, per year. Rob Collie (00:31:19): Then it's meth. Alex Dupler (00:31:20): Yeah, no. So this is the environmental testing industry. And the way it works is your tests have to be defensible to the EPA. So the EPA puts up a spec and says the test needs to be done this way. And when it's done, it has these parameters in terms of statistical reusability. And that means that one lab's product is a commodity compared to the other lab's product. And so you can't get outside profits. All you can do is compete on service and price. And if you take a high CapEx business and bolted to professional services, you're not going to get good margins. Rob Collie (00:31:59): Unintended consequences of everything, right? Alex Dupler (00:32:01): Yeah. I mean, Rob, can you imagine your business, if you are charging professional services business model, but you bolted on a whole, huge amount of consumable costs to every delivery? Rob Collie (00:32:14): Yeah. It sounds like we can safely not choose the wine in front of me. Alex Dupler (00:32:19): That's how I first encountered the 2017 standalone web, maybe it was 2016. The first time power BI was split out. I was doing office 365 admins and I got like a push notification. I was like, "This is cool." And I built some stuff and I showed it to my manager and he was like, "That's cool. How much is it?" "$10 a month." "Nope, can't afford it." And that's when I started looking for jobs anywhere where they had good Excel people. Rob Collie (00:32:46): Yeah, and to put that in perspective, this is the punchline to many jokes when people ask us how much it is. We go, "It's $10 a month per user." We all just start laughing. Like, "Oh my God, it's like stealing. It's so cheap." Alex Dupler (00:32:58): I didn't even have that many users. Rob Collie (00:33:02): I mean, this might be $30 a month. You know, like, nope. Alex Dupler (00:33:06): No. Rob Collie (00:33:07): It's like when we first moved to Cleveland back in the day, it was right in the middle of the financial crisis. We were looking at real estate and everything. And there were houses for sale in Cleveland for $10,000, like $10,000. And I started laughing. I'm like, imagine the deal going down. This house has been on the market for 180 days at $10,000. And you come in and say, "Look, I've got a cash offer. I'm willing to pay asking price. But the grill out back? You need to leave it." And the owner's like, "Mmmmm." Alex Dupler (00:33:43): My wife's best friend lives in Cleveland and they recently bought a house. And so we looked at a bunch of Zillow listings. I'm like, "Oh man, we could pay cash. Move next door." And they're sort of north of the Cleveland Clinic, that super nice neighborhood up in there. I was like, "Oh yeah, we could buy a very nice house, but our family is not there." Also, have you looked at the weather? It's not Seattle. Rob Collie (00:34:05): No, it's not Seattle, but I'll tell you what, here's an interesting description of statistics. When we moved to Cleveland, it wasn't because we wanted to, it was because basically my kids had been taken to Cleveland and so we're trying to console ourselves. We're like, "Okay, well, okay. It's going to be colder. There's going to be snow. Okay, okay. But at least it isn't going to be as overcast." And then we looked it up and Cleveland has more overcast days per year than Seattle. So we were like, "Damn, that sucks." However, it turns out that the definition of overcast days is very, very, very important. Because like an overcast day in Cleveland is like 75% of the sky is covered by clouds. That's an overcast day. At no point in time ever is Cleveland under a one mile thick, oppressive blanket that starves you, where you don't even have any idea where the sun is in the sky. So number of days is one of those misleading statistics. Total amount of oppressive cloud cover needs to be a different statistic. Trust me, there's more sun in Cleveland on an ongoing basis than there is in Seattle. Those winter and fall months, man, those are rough. Alex Dupler (00:35:16): That's not the part that bothers me. I was born and raised in Seattle. It's the shoveling your driveway in March, that part of it. Rob Collie (00:35:24): You could just be the delinquents that we were and just get a four wheel drive vehicle and say, "Screw it." Alex Powers (00:35:31): You don't shovel in March. After February, you don't shovel. It's in my contract. I don't shovel after March 1st. That's it. Because it's going to melt. Alex Dupler (00:35:40): Eventually. Alex Powers (00:35:40): It'll melt by the end of the month. Rob Collie (00:35:43): By the end of the month. Alex Powers (00:35:44): By the end of the month, it'll be gone. The rainstorm's coming. Sunshine's going to happen. I ain't shoveling. No, I put that in my contract years ago. Rob Collie (00:35:53): Cleveland's where I learned the rule, we do not adopt dogs that require walking. Alex Powers (00:35:58): Yes. Rob Collie (00:35:58): They need to be able to go out in the backyard and come back in. I fell so many times on ice. I eventually got, they're like crampons essentially. Alex Dupler (00:36:06): Yak tracks? Rob Collie (00:36:08): Yak tracks, that's what they are. Yak tracks or something else. You can't intentionally slip on yak tracks. It's crazy. But without them, just any day now broken hip. Alex Dupler (00:36:19): Our friends that lived there, they just got a golden retriever. We met the puppy when we were visiting with them this summer. Very cute, but I think they have some of those walks in their future. Rob Collie (00:36:29): So you start looking for a job, that's what led you into Mount Redmond? Alex Dupler (00:36:34): Yeah, I literally went looking for jobs good with Excel in Seattle. I found a contract position into Microsoft, making sure that the salespeople were assigned to the right customers and got paid on the right quota because advertising the agency model, it makes that much more complicated. Because we were in this model where we'd try and keep all the customers of an agency with the same salesperson which makes a lot of sense, especially when you're the underdog and you have relatively few sales resources, you get more leverage. But customer's change agencies all the time, have no respect for our compensation cycles, and so it was quite the nightmare. Rob Collie (00:37:15): Yeah, I love that. Like, so here's how we'll define the world for our benefit, "Oh world, you did not get the message. World, please don't change. Don't have your own things going on." Yep, that sounds like a software engineering problem from the nineties back before the industry kind of got wiser. So you start talking about the show. It seems like with a format like that, it's got to wander, which is what our show does too, by the way. So what are some of the most entertaining or valuable corners that you found yourself wandering into over time? Alex Powers (00:37:48): I'm still excited with our first episode where we talked about kind of beyond the desktop where it's no longer just development in [inaudible 00:37:56] desktop. It now almost takes like five different applications to build something at scale, which is like a good and bad thing. Well, you're getting more tools, seeing new things faster, more performing, et cetera, but why do I need 10 tools? Can we solve that within the desktop application? And we just had a really good conversation, a lot of attendees there, providing their own thoughts. And it kind of comes back to like this overwhelming feeling of learning power BI it's. Like I have to learn 20 new things all the time, learning, learning, learning. It's just never ending. That was my key episode. Alex Dupler (00:38:26): I agree. I mean, I think that's been the central theme of the whole show. I mean, we did that first episode and then we've talked, we've had the same conversation about these tools in so many different contexts. What are the different ways to do dev ops in power BI? What are different ways to measure how you're doing in terms of the effectiveness of your models? And so all of that is sort of external to the desktop application. Alex Powers (00:38:52): I think the best part, too, is that we're not from these traditional backgrounds of 20 years of BI or 20 years of kind of dev ops. We're learning this real time, sharing our experiences of, Rob, I think you call us power users or business users that find these tools, that get empowered by this technology. That is the seat in which we sit in. Hey, I found Excel 2010 power query add in 2013, 2016. I'm fighting with my IT admins. Can you please just upgrade to the next monthly release that will solve all my problems? Where Alex D is on the other series fighting tooth and nail for a 2007 license. It's kind of funny to hear that conversation. Rob Collie (00:39:32): $10 a month. We need those charity commercials like Sally Struthers used to do. This is Alex Dupler. For $10 a month, less than the price of a cup of coffee, you could get him an O 365 license. Alex Dupler (00:39:50): Yeah. So we ended up getting some E3 licenses and some E1 licenses, which meant I could work in power query, not using my personal license, but using the company's license. And then when I tried to share it with my coworkers, they only had E1. They couldn't use desktop. They had to use power query online or Excel online. And there was no power query online. And so even once we sort of modernized, we installed like a windows server 2012 and it was already 2015 and I was okay, this is our modernization. Alex Powers (00:40:26): So Rob, I'm going to steal one of your quotes here if you don't mind. Rob Collie (00:40:30): No, please do. We have an open source quote license at P3. Alex Powers (00:40:35): Well, I'll buy you a 2007 Excel license too, if I have to. Rob Collie (00:40:39): Fantastic. Alex Powers (00:40:39): But one of the items you had said a long time ago, I believe it was either in your book or maybe some of the video recordings you used to do in the studio with a nice button up shirt. You said, "There are two types of people when it comes to technology, those who can see the possibilities and bring about change and those who are about to be affected by it." And I always look at this and I look at things like had kind of talked about with the Excel users who haven't even gotten to this experience yet. There is still somebody out there today that is using Excel 2007 and their employer or their this, their that, or whatever their situation they're red is like, "I just see this little rectangle. It hasn't changed. Why do you want me to go invest in any of this stuff?" Like how often are you still seeing this? Rob Collie (00:41:17): Anecdotally in our public classes, which I haven't taught in a while, I've taught one as recently as let's say two years ago. And when I taught public classes for P3, I still stubbornly insisted on using the Excel version of this stuff to teach. Again, because of that onboarding effect. Alex Powers (00:41:34): Yep. Rob Collie (00:41:34): I think I was the only one left at our company that was still stubbornly doing that and I wasn't bothering to argue with others and whatever. So I did this for years, probably the first one of those classes I taught would have been like in 2011. So fighting with different versions of Excel, all the different students showed up with, for a long time, that was like a quarter of the class. The instructions for the class were very clear, show up with this version or don't bother. And they'd show up and no, they had a version, didn't even have power pivot and couldn't get power pivot. And so it was so bad for a while, we would bring spare laptops. If we traveled to another city, we'd be lugging spare laptops with us and they'd just be there ready to go like the hot swap with a student. That problem really went away though. I reached the point where I'd survey everybody at the beginning of class, "What version of Excel are you on," or whatever. And everyone, every single person in the class would be on the basically some version of recent 365. Rob Collie (00:42:32): I really do think that the person who's trapped on 2007 or hell even 2010 or 2013, they're out there, but they are really a tiny, tiny fraction of the world now. Whereas that used to be an overwhelming problem. So it's really testament to how successful O 365. Alex Powers (00:42:52): I would agree. Rob Collie (00:42:53): It's like, I was kind of like cynically betting against it forever, like the tortoise and the hare. Like I woke up one day and that's the world. The world is O 365. I think everyone's on the modern, not everyone, but it rounds to everyone, is on the modern wave of the tools. But they're still shocked when I show them, when we show them, "Did you know that this is in here?" And they're just like, "What?" Alex Powers (00:43:19): How is that in here? Rob Collie (00:43:20): They get angry because they start to realize how much of their life they have lost by not being told. Alex Powers (00:43:27): What I was always seeing was people had to live in two worlds. Like I went to some of the Excel boot camps, Michael Alexander, absolutely transformed on my personal laptop. I'm having the best time of my life in these three-day boot camps. I'm loving, loving, loving. At the very end though, I have to go back to work on Monday. I saw what could be, and I'm now back to what is. And it's just very difficult to kind of live in that middle space. For those that are still out there and listening to this, Hey, look at your surroundings. Hopefully Office 365 is coming within your organization. But if not, kind of like Alex D's story, I just went looked somewhere else. I saw the future that was coming, and I bet it all myself and I went for it. And I think that me and him both kind of share those stories, too. Alex Dupler (00:44:08): Inside of Microsoft, in my little corner of the Microsoft that most people in Microsoft don't even know about, I put together a class that I've given a couple of times, Modern Excel for Managers. And basically I would just show them power query and X Lookup. We didn't even talk about Dax. But just to like get them thinking like, "Hey, if you're doing some annoying thing in Excel, maybe there's a couple ways to make it a little bit better. Maybe you've never even seen the formula bar before." I had one person that I worked with who I was like, I didn't handle it very well at first. But she was like, "Can you add these numbers together for me?" And I was like, "Yeah." Alex Powers (00:44:52): Just a standard Excel formula bar? Is that what you're talking about? Alex Dupler (00:44:55): She was like, "Can you show me the difference between these two numbers?" "I can do that for you, but here, let me come over here and show you something." Rob Collie (00:45:04): So there was another program manager on being, because I was such an Excel, I'd come from the Excel team, I'm such an Excel zealot, that all someone had to do was say that they needed Excel help and I was there. Alex Powers (00:45:17): Oh yeah. Rob Collie (00:45:18): This person, they developed a habit of having me do all of their Excel work for them. This is one of my peers. And then of course passing off the work as their own. Fine, I wasn't that career minded, really. Six months after this is when I volunteered to no longer be a manager. So climbing the corporate ladder wasn't some voracious appetite of mine. So, okay, fine, fine. I knew what was happening, but I was still okay because the Excel problems were so fun. Keep them coming. Then one day this person asked me for Excel help. And there were these two columns of numbers. And this person had subtracted column two from column one to create column three and then added up column three to get the difference. Alex Powers (00:46:04): I'm waiting for the reveal, because there's a big story here and I'm loving it right. Rob Collie (00:46:09): I said, "Well, you know, you could have just summed column one and column two, and then taken the difference between the two sums." And they said, "But wouldn't the answer be different?" There was this moment of silence. I'm looking. I'm looking at them. They're looking at me. I'm looking at them. They're looking at me. At that moment, they realized that they couldn't use me anymore because I was now dangerous. I now knew that they didn't know math. They didn't just not know spreadsheets, they didn't know math. They were exposed. This person is now an executive at Google. Tom LaRock (00:46:48): This person being the executive at Google. I have no doubt probably doesn't know math. However, as somebody who uses technology and knows that data can be dirty and whatnot, I would actually, if it was me Rob, I would say do it both ways and make sure the answers match. Because you know what? We both seen it where it didn't work out. Rob Collie (00:47:10): That's true. But like when you see all the numbers in front of you, you physically see them all. You've got access. There's nothing hidden going on here. Oh, by the way, Tom, what's your degree in again? Tom LaRock (00:47:21): I have a master's in mathematics from Washington State University. Rob Collie (00:47:23): Masters, yep. Yeah, the masters in math is what allows Tom to say, "I'm not sure." Tom LaRock (00:47:29): Now hold on. Hold on. We've seen it. We've seen it. Rob Collie (00:47:35): There's a name for this. It's like the distributive property or associative property or something. There's some property that we learned in middle school. Tom LaRock (00:47:41): See, that's math with paper and pencil. Now we're talking about using Excel for math. So the tool, there could be something like, "Hey wait," and that's why we tell you, "well, just do it both ways." Even Wayne Winston would probably say, "Yeah, well have two columns. They should match. If they don't match..." Rob Collie (00:47:58): No, no he would not, not in this particular case. Tom LaRock (00:48:01): You're right. He wouldn't. Rob Collie (00:48:02): Every time I tell this story, someone always sort of like takes a sympathetic stance towards the antagonist and I end up feeling like a heel. Tom LaRock (00:48:09): You shouldn't. You shouldn't. Rob Collie (00:48:12): But come on. Tom LaRock (00:48:15): I'm with you. I have no doubt that they don't know math because I come across the same people. I do. Rob Collie (00:48:22): It's think it's the intersection of all of those things, That I was being used the whole time. Tom LaRock (00:48:27): Yes. Rob Collie (00:48:29): Which I had kind of made my peace with. But then on top of that, this incredibly aggressive ladder climber, the kind of person who really was kind of like willing to climb over the bodies of their colleagues. There's something delicious about, even though I was the rube in the whole story up until a certain point. I was being taken advantage of and I knew it. But even me in that situation, there was that moment of just like jaw dropping dumbstruck, like just looking at this person going, "Oh my God, you did not do that." Alex Powers (00:49:09): I'm going to lift us up from the depths here of career and everything else. I thought you were going to take us into that they didn't use cell references, which I've seen people type in column A plus column B's value in an equals. And it's like, "Well, why didn't you just do A1 plus B1?" Mind was blown. So I love that those moments still exist and you find them out in the wild every once in a while. And it's not massive warehouse MPP processing, et cetera, et cetera, that everyone's like, "Oh, this is the," I call it the BI bubble. Everyone's out here living in the BI bubble, writing C sharp, doing tabular and coding, blah, blah, blah. People are still excited about the very simple things that technology can achieve for them. Alex Dupler (00:49:56): My in-laws, they own a brewery in Rinton and they make great beer. I offered to help my mother-in-law with some of her bookkeeping that she does on inventory. And she was showing me how she was doing it. And she was like, "Okay, I get these numbers in Excel. And then I get out my calculator." And I was like, "Okay, let me show you how you can do this differently." And I showed her. She was like, "No, no, that's going to be too hard. I'm going to stick with the calculator." And I was like, "Okay, that's fine." Alex Powers (00:50:20): I still get the, "I don't trust Excel, so I double check with the calculator." Rob Collie (00:50:25): My first exposure to that, I was in college. I was working for a construction management firm that was building the new chemistry building on Vanderbilt campus and I was working in the management trailer. I was sort of all purpose ... we called me the lackey. I would just do whatever anybody needed. Sometimes I'd go out in the building and take measurements for things or whatever. But most of the time, I was just doing paperwork and stuff. They turned over the spreadsheet for this latest change order to the project to Vanderbilt management. And the price tag, it was an Excel spreadsheet and it had a column of values that were summed and there was a number at the bottom of it. And I remember the guy Tony who worked for Vanderbilt going, "Well, someone's going to have to double check these numbers. We can't just pay this contract." And my boss was just looking at him going, "Come on. That's what the spreadsheet is for is for doing that." And Tony's like, "Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, I know. But still, I mean, we can't just pay this number." I can understand that stance a little better, anyway, I just looked like a giant meany. But remember. This was someone who was taking advantage of me. Alex Powers (00:51:36): I agree. I agree. Alex Dupler (00:51:38): One of the things that I wanted to touch on in this conversation, something you've brought up a lot, which is going from BI to taking action within the report. And I got to tell you, this concept terrifies me. As a BIPM, I'm terrified of it. And I totally agree that the value is there, but in the BI space, we are really bad at testing. And if I think about how going from, Hey, I've got a report and these are the numbers to someone's going to click a button and it's going to change something in a system of record, the level of quality and testing goes up and I think really threatens the quick solution thing that you've also talked about is your bread and butter of like, Hey, we're going to do this really fast and it's going to blow your mind. But if I got to throw all that testing in there to make sure I don't blow up your source system instead, I don't know how those two things coexist. Rob Collie (00:52:39): Yeah. that's a fair point. I mean, for a moment there, when you were saying the taking action part and this terrifies you, before I understood the subtleties of your point, I was going to make the joke like, "Oh, you want this to be like the psychic hotline. It's for entertainment purposes only. Please don't use this report to take any action." Alex Dupler (00:52:57): It does make my job easier, I will admit, but it is a little bit more nuanced than that. Rob Collie (00:53:02): Okay, okay, fine. So anyway, I still managed to sneak the joke in there without ... it's not a joke at your expense because your point is different. Okay, there's escalating versions of this with escalating versions of responsibility and test implications and things like that. So you can just start with report design and working backwards from the types of action, your constituents, the users of your report. In classes what I would teach this concept on the end of the last day, as sort of like a religious sermon. I would encourage people to think of the users of their reports as each one of them sitting in front of like some gigantic cartoonish bat computer looking thing with these giant oversized 1960s, pop art colored buttons and they're labeled things like "open more stores" or "adjust hours of locations" or "increase head count, reduce head count" or "change product mix" or whatever. It's actually kind of interesting, when you imagine e ... Rob Collie (00:54:03): ... mixed or whatever, right? It's actually interesting when you imagine it that way to give it that physical manifestation, it actually becomes a little bit easier, for me anyway, to imagine what these people can do, because every role in a company really has a finite number of actions that they can take. Now, finite in terms of their categories of actions. It's certainly infinite when you get into the details of what are you going to do. And if you start to think of them from that perspective and you think, okay, what I should do is build reports that advise them or at least are helping inform them as to which control they should touch on their dashboard and directionally which way they should move it. Rob Collie (00:54:45): And it sounds like not that important of a trick, not that powerful of a trick, but if you actually apply that methodology faithfully, you end up with a vastly different portfolio of reports that you have built. Even I, very often, don't live up to my own principle in this regard. Because it's so easy. It's so seductively easy. It's the path of least resistance to grab all the data, load it up, make the model, that's fun, and then it's like flowing downhill. It's just like, oh, this is the easy and fun part, right? And then inevitably, you just start slapping together some reports. And those reports, in some ways, are just exposing the coolness of what you've built. Rob Collie (00:55:29): Now, that still leads to some very, very useful things. That's mind-blowingly better than what you ended up with in the old dark ages of Excel or even traditional BI. But I mean, oh my God, we were just talking about it on the last podcast. Some of the things that I have seen in the world that were supposed to be helping people make decisions were better described as their opponents in the process. This report was something that you had to fight to figure out what you should do at your dashboard. Rob Collie (00:55:59): So even before we start with any sort of actual software integration and taking action and things like that, that's a really, I think, important religion to develop. And again, when you're at your best, your absolute gold medal in the Olympics celebrated by the world best, maybe 30% of your output will live up to this. You just can't, you can't execute that way all the time. It's really, really hard. But it's software development. You are building software when you're building reports. You should have the same sort of mindset, if you can, as the Power BI team has when they sit down to design a new feature in their software. Alex Dupler (00:56:38): I totally agree. One of the questions I've been asking a lot, because I've been working on reports for the salespeople to take to the customers is, what is the conversation you're going to have with the customer? Not, what is the metric, but how does this fit into the conversation? And part of this is because my superpower and my career is going and building tools for the thing I used to do. And I think a lot of BI people come from that, where they were in the business and they were doing a thing, they just started making the reports for that thing. And somewhere along the line, they either work away from it for too long or they solve those problems. They had to learn how to make reports for something they haven't done for years. And I think that's a difficult transition and one I've been going through. Alex Dupler (00:57:26): But yeah, learning how to ask questions of the user, because they're not just going to tell you... what they tell you isn't what they need. You have to learn how to learn from what they say, what they actually want. Rob Collie (00:57:42): Yeah, it's a fine art. And by the way, when you've been in "BI", building the same reports for a long time, generally speaking, looking backwards anyway, those reports also sucked because they were constrained by what was possible at the time. And so they were never very ambitious. And most of those reports amounted to... A lot of times they just amounted to the data dump import that's used for something else. It's just, again, it's the opponent. It's better than nothing, but it's meager, meager help. And suddenly you're given this brand new tool set that's capable of so much more. Rob Collie (00:58:22): And unfortunately what I see a lot of times, when you give Power BI to an IT department, they go, "Oh hot damn, the new SSRS." This is the new reporting services. We're going to use it like reporting services. Load that big one flat wide table and pigeonhole it as visualization. It's just like, "Come on." Alex Powers (00:58:45): I'm telling you my favorite DAX is always written from the IT department. It's just written like a massive sequel statement, 400 lines. None of it makes any sense. It's like, "Can we just calculate, maybe another table here or there." Alex Dupler (00:58:59): The folks coming from the IT department, the one thing they do have going for them is that they did learn to format their code. Sometimes people coming from the Excel world, they learned that they can't format their code. And so I'm not sure that I would agree that the worst DAX comes from the IT department. Because you take a DAX statement and you take all the formatting out, and you've just made it 10 times worse. Alex Powers (00:59:21): From readability, yeah, I would agree. Rob Collie (00:59:24): I gave a talk one time where I asked the trick question of, what's the number one programming language in the world? And

Substantial Matters: Life & Science of Parkinson’s
Non-pharmaceutical Treatments for PD: DBS and Focused Ultrasound

Substantial Matters: Life & Science of Parkinson’s

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 21:45


Not all medical interventions for Parkinson's disease (PD) involve drugs. Two other main treatments are deep brain stimulation (DBS) and focused ultrasound (FUS). DBS uses a surgically implanted electrical pulse generator connected to electrodes placed in the brain to stimulate areas involved in PD. FUS does not require surgery but aims ultrasound –  high frequency sound waves – at a specific area of the brain to relieve Parkinson's symptoms.   Each technology has its uses, advantages, and disadvantages. In this podcast episode, Kyle Mitchell, MD of Duke University in North Carolina discusses the two treatments, how each works, which patients may do best with either of them, and some caveats. He also looks ahead at what is in development. 

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast
Episode #026 - Dragon Ball Z: Revelation F - End of Season Special

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 37:48


Today we chat with the cast and crew of Revelation F, the story where Frieza turned good. Our Cheelai and Yamcha are with Haverok and myself to discuss the series as well as our experiences and expectations for Season 2. Julia Gu and Stanpai join us for this entertainment look back at Revelation F Season 1.What If Frieza Turned Good? After many attempts at making a good story about this, I think I have a good idea for a Dragon Ball fan made series about what might happen had Frieza started to think differently about his situation after the Namek Saga of #DragonBallZ . Would he be different? How would he remove himself from King Cold, his father? There are a lot of things that happened after the match between him and Super Saiyan Son Goku arrived...will he find answers within DBZ? #DragonBallSuper #DragonBallThe MasakoX Store Check out the official MasakoX store for our stylish merch!Support the show (https://masako.cc/lookout)

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast
Episode #025 - Dragon Ball Super Manga Review (Chapter 75)

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 29:18


Dragon Ball Super Manga CHAPTER 75 - Ultra Ego Vegeta - God of Destruction Vegeta vs Granolah! With the Dragon Ball Super anime waiting to make its mind up, we have the manga to look into and we are reviewing it and Vegeta new Form! The start of a brand new Dragon Ball arc! With Vegeta's New Form Going Against Granolah, the winner of their match will be revealed. Does Vegeta lose?! Read more Dragon Ball Super via Viz's portal: https://www.viz.com/shonenjump/chapters/dragon-ball-superThe MasakoX Store Check out the official MasakoX store for our stylish merch!Support the show (https://masako.cc/lookout)

Parkinson’s and Me
2.9 Trek to Mindfulness

Parkinson’s and Me

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 25:26


Daniel returns to the podcast and shares the insight he gleamed with Bryan from taking his son on a trip to the western states of the U.S. The brothers discuss the negative effects that stress and rushing have on the effects of Parkinson's. For the episode, Daniel and Bryan cover how a mental disciple is at times the only defense to defend your emotional and mental state. It's so easy to grow anxious to where you can no longer function due to being so overwhelmed. A mental superpower is the ability to consistently practice mindfulness. Improving how we choose to perceive the world is a skill. Like any skill, the more you practice the better you get at it. The more consistent you practice the better chance mindfulness becomes habit-forming. The practice of mindfulness and the calmness it provides leads to a decrease in tremor, muscle stiffness, movement slowness, problems with gait, and sleeping problems. Daniel shares his strategy to assign designated times to focus on the problems that need to be addressed. By assigning the thoughts that lead to anxiety to a specific time allows one to be free during non "office hours". Finally, Daniel and Bryan cover the news about the Food and Drug Administration's approval of Medtronic's technologically advanced deep brain stimulation (DBS) system which is designed to more precisely target motor symptoms. Also, learn about the Silver Sneakers program designed to offer incentives for those with disabilities by providing free gym memberships. Add your experience and suggestions to the conversation in this Parkinson's podcast. If you would like to leave Daniel a voice message and you live in the U.S. call 1-706-873-1656. Email us at parkinsonsandmepodcast@gmail.com or visit our site parkinsonsand.me --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/parkinsonsandme/message

Hear That Podcast Growlin': A show about the Cincinnati Bengals
53-man roster revealed: B.J. Hill trade; WR surprise & more moves to come?

Hear That Podcast Growlin': A show about the Cincinnati Bengals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 55:46


Paul and Jay react to Cincinnati's player cuts and the reveal of their initial 53-man roster. Which skill position players that did, and didn't, make the Bengals' roster surprised the guys? PDJ and JM grade Billy Price being traded from Cincy to the Giants for B.J. Hill. Was there writing on the wall for Price? How will Hill impact the defensive line? The guys also look at the DBs/LBs who made and fell short of, the 53-man. Also, how many more moves will Taylor's club make before week one kicks off? Rundown: (4:30) Skill position players on the 53-man (19:15) Price-Hill trade & O/D-line projection (32:30) RPB: Moves to Make (37:15) DBs & LBs Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH Save 50% on an annual subscription to The Athletic by visiting: theathletic.com/hearthatpodcastgrowlin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wake Up Warchant
(8/31/21): "Renegade Express", all about Notre Dame

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 61:12


(2:30) Benchmark vs ND (4:00) FSU beats Notre Dame if _______ (7:00) Reigning in the penalties? (9:00) Biggest change to college football from the last year, will FSU be better at blocking or tackling? (12:00) Are you giddy, Corey Clark?! (15:00) Bigger surprise: FSU wins or ND blows 'em out (18:00) Grading Adam Fuller (23:00) Secondary talk, what's better the DL or the DBs? (28:00) Indivudal surprise, potential individual disappointment (32:00) Travis's wheels, Milton's passing -- which helps the run game more? (36:00) What song to play before 4th quarter? (45:00) Let's appreciate what we've endured (48:00) UGA +3.5 vs Clemson (53:00) Plans to honor Bowden? (54:00) Hypothetical statistical option that would result in a FSU win Music: Bone Crusher - Never Scared Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CNS Journal Club
CNS Guidelines Podcast_Deep Brain Stimulation for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Update

CNS Journal Club

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 24:10


The use of bilateral anterior limb of internal capsule (ALIC) DBS for OCD was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under a humanitarian device exemption (HDE) in 2009.9 Following this HDE approval and publication of the 2014 CNS guidelines, there have been additional published studies reporting the use of DBS for OCD, although most do not meet criteria to be included in this guidelines update. The purpose of this update is to review the literature following publication of the original guidelines and to update the recommendations as appropriate. Based on the availability of new literature, the current guideline is a major update resulting in modification and update of prior recommendations as well as an updated discussion. J. Bradley Elder, MD Julie G. Pilitsis, MD, PhD Nader Pouratian, MD, PhD Michael D. Staudt, MD, MSc Vin Shan Ban, MD Joravar Dhaliwal, MD Megan Still, MD

Now On The Clock Podcast
Now On The Clock Podccast

Now On The Clock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 84:17


Reactions to Rachel Nichols being put on the ESPN inactive list. Nerlens Noel files a $58 million dollar lawsuit against his former agent Rich Paul. NFL Top 100 11-40. 10x Fantasy Champion Paulie Mack releases his Top 10 Fantasy QBs, TEs, and DBs. Plus a fantasy bonus as Paulie Mack drops his Top 5 2021 rookies. We'll also discuss the LA Rams new RB and the Eagles acquisition QB Gardner Minshew. All that and whole lot more on this latest edition of Now On The Clock Podcast. Listen and subscribe now. 

I det lange løp
Den nye dopingtesten

I det lange løp

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 96:14


Fra 1.september kommer det en ny måte å dopingteste utøvere på. Norske Sara Solheim er tidligere løper, jobber for Antidoping Danmark og har en doktorgrad i den nye testmetoden DBS (dried blood spots). Hun forteller oss om muligheten for å teste mange på kort tid, enklere frakt av prøver og lavere kostnader. Hvor mye vil dette bety for antidopingarbeidet i verden? Testen vil også dukke opp på norske treningssentre. Kristian og Jann diskuterer familien Ingebrigtsens innsats i Eugene og har fått tak i intervjuer med Jakob, Filip og Gjert Ingebrigtsen. OL-helten Sifan Hassan dukker opp. Og har du hørt om triatleten Jarle Wermskog, som med brukket arm vant klassen sin Ironman København og bare ble slått av en proff på maratondelen? Han har vi snakket med.

Deep Blue Sea - The Podcast
Episode 60 (The Deep Blue Sea Character Draft)

Deep Blue Sea - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 72:55


Jay, Mark, Megan, and Nick Rehak (@TheRehak on Twitter) draft their favorite Deep Blue Sea franchise characters. In this episode, they discuss sleeveless shirts, Trader Slent's, and their ultimate DBS character squads. After listening to the episode, let us know who put together the best crew. Enjoy!

No Chill Media
Black Otakus of the Culture: Its okay being Number 2

No Chill Media

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 89:11


This week DC returns after a major One Piece chapter where Zoro fans are acting loony about and we recap Vegeta next big L in the new DBS chapter. PLUS MORE

FOX Sports Knoxville
The Blitz HR 1 8 - 20 - 21

FOX Sports Knoxville

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 42:59


"The Blitz" Podcast HR1: "Is Heupel a Better Recruiter Than We Give Him Credit For?" 8/20/21 - RIP Maurer - Are the DBs the strongest unit on our Defense? - The Athletic's Anonymous HS Coaches on the Vols' Coaching Staffs - "New Staff Going Full-Speed Ahead"

Deep Blue Sea - The Podcast
Episode 59 (Down Water)

Deep Blue Sea - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 63:26


Jay and Mark discuss the 11th and final chapter on the Deep Blue Sea 3 Blu-ray. In this episode, they discuss sparks, Sweet Lou, and debate which order the characters should be ranked in the credits. Most importantly, Jay unleashes his "Deepest Bluest" list, which ranks the 50+ chapters that have been covered on the DBS podcast.Stay tuned for more Renny Harlin and shark movie coverage! Also, let's hope there's an annoucement about Deep Blue Sea 4 soon.

PMPod
Pod #31 Getting Law & Gospel Right in Missions

PMPod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 48:37


Today on the Pod, I interview myself about distinguishing between Law and Gospel in missions. We talk about how DBS and ZUME struggle to give the believer hope and comfort, and how we can recover a better understanding of how to use the Gospel in discipleship and Church planting. Timeline * 00:00 Intro * O1:23 Introduction to Law & Gospel * 02:30 Common misconceptions around Law & Gospel * 13:00 The Two uses of the Law. What is the role of the Law in the life of the believer? * 22:10 Where do you think missions gets the Gospel wrong today? * 30:50 The Passive and Active obedience of Christ for us * 42:50 Do you have enough faith? https://pmpod.org/getting-law-gospel-right-in-missions/

Wake Up Warchant
(8/11/21): "Renegade Express", sod, first weekend summary, reasons for hope and realism

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 66:10


(3:00) True freshman you're looking most forward to seeing play (6:00) Some Sod Cemetary history (15:00) After three practices, what has you impressed and frustrated (22:00) Penalties a difference maker? (26:00) What will be an indicator of future success, what do we need to pump the brakes on (31:00) Learning curve for Andrew Parchment in the ACC? (38:00) 6 wins -- a fair and reasonable expectation. Right? (44:00) DBs -- start naming names (55:00) Does a tie go to the runner in a QB battle? Hawthorne Heights - The Rain Just Follows Me Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cover to Cover with Matt Tarka
Episode 80: Mitch Easter (of Let's Active / Record Producer)

Cover to Cover with Matt Tarka

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 27:04


Our guest today is a native of Winston-Salem, NC. He is one Mitch Easter, legendary front man of the acclaimed Let's Active and record producer at the Drive-In and Fidelitorium Recordings. For our listeners who might be unfamiliar with Mitch's musical career to date … Easter formed Let's Active in 1981 and that same year, produced R.E.M.'s debut single "Radio Free Europe," which was issued on Johnny Hibbert's label Hibtone Records in Atlanta. Incidentally, Radio Free Europe is celebrating its 40th Anniversary in 2021 and a reissue of an exact replica of Hibbert's 7” mix is now available as of July 23rd, shortly before the time of this interview.Easter went on to produce for R.E.M. their Chronic Town EP in 1982, their first full-length Murmur in 1983, and shortly afterwards, Reckoning. Murmur's success also drew more attention to Easter, as did the release of Let's Active's debut EP Afoot, which launched the cult hit "Every Word Means No." Mitch has produced the likes of Pavement, Wilco, Suzanne Vega, Dinosaur, Jr., The Baseball Project, Chris Stamey, The dBs, Alejandro Escovedo, A Fragile Tomorrow – the list goes on and on. He is also part of an ensemble that over the past few years has paid homage to Big Star's Third record. And I would be remiss if I did not mention that he was also inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame in 2019.Our conversation today will center on British singer/songwriter Stephen Duffy and his second solo offering from 1995 titled “Duffy” where Mitch both produced and contributed electric guitar. Some may know Stephen Duffy as a founding member, vocalist and bassist of Duran Duran and later the front man for the folk rock outfit The Lilac Time.This record is an auditory delight. If you are unfamiliar with it, please go out and get your own copy. Enjoy the conversation!

Wake Up Warchant
(8/9/21): Bobby Bowden was one of a kind, preseason practice underway

Wake Up Warchant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 53:01


(2:00) On the unique spirit of Coach Bobby Bowden (27:00) Early thoughts on preseason practice, offense (34:00) DBs leading the charge? (42:00) Chubba back and rejuvenated? Music: Explosions In The Sky - Your Hand In Mine Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Saints - Daily Podcast On The New Orleans Saints
New Orleans Saints Defense SHINES in Camp Day 7!

Locked On Saints - Daily Podcast On The New Orleans Saints

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 26:02


Kwon Alexander makes his return to the New Orleans Saints roster, Ethan Wolf out with injury, Jake Pederson in for a visit, and more shuffles along the roster. Plus more news you need to know around Saints camp. The New Orleans Saints are now just about two weeks through camp and the quarterback competition is still a tight one. On Today's Locked On Saints, Ross Jackson breaks down where each position of need is, and who has been performing well in those important roles. From Paulson Adebo and Ken Crawley to Payton Turner and Marcus Davenport, so many young players continue to make their names names. Even though the QB battle is taking tine to separate, the Saints have some areas where they have been performing above expectation. One of those spots is the cornerback position where many like to diminish due to the available wide receivers. Here's why diminishing the corners on their matchups isn't an accurate depiction of the traits and positive play the DBs have shown. Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast
Episode #024 - Dragon Ball Super Chapter 74/Super Hero Movie Thoughts

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 35:29


Dragon Ball Super Manga CHAPTER 74 - Vegeta vs Granolah - God of Destruction Vegeta New Transformation? With the Dragon Ball Super anime waiting to make its mind up, we have the manga to look into and we are reviewing it and Vegeta new Form! The start of a brand new Dragon Ball arc! At last! We saw God of Destruction Vegeta for the first time against Granolah and after Goku vs Granolah, we are seeing a very interesting battle unfold with the new form of VegetaRead more Dragon Ball Super via Viz's portal: https://www.viz.com/shonenjump/chapters/dragon-ball-superThe MasakoX Store Check out the official MasakoX store for our stylish merch!Support the show (https://masako.cc/lookout)

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast
Revelation F: Episode 11 "Reminder" (What If Frieza Turned Good?)

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 23:08


After many attempts at making a good story about this, I think I have a decent idea about what might happen had Frieza started to think differently about his situation after the Namek Saga of #DragonBallZ . Would he be different? How would he remove himself from King Cold, his father? There are a lot of things that happened after the match between him and Super Saiyan Son Goku arrived...will he find answers within DBZ? #DragonBallSuper #DragonBallNow witness the continuation of this story in the audio series, Revelation F! In today's episode, our crew find a stranded pilot in need of rescue who peaks our computer's interest. However, he doesn't seem to be telling the whole truth...Revelation F | Episode 11 (What If Frieza Turned Good?)The MasakoX Store Check out the official MasakoX store for our stylish merch!Support the show (https://masako.cc/lookout)

Alabama Football Podcast - College Football Talk dedicated to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide
2021 Alabama Football Pre-Camp Field Guide – Fall Camp Primer – Defense

Alabama Football Podcast - College Football Talk dedicated to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 43:30


The Defense Strikes Back, This is the Defense You are Looking For, The Defense Runs Strong in this One. I can do this all-day, but let's cut to the chase. When Saban set out to remake his defensive template, he did so with the 2021 unit in mind.  Significantly increased speed across the board, versatile defenders in the secondary, pass rushers at each angle and level, and size the right amount of size where it counts. Did I mention depth? Wave after unrelenting wave of depth. Commence the attack.   Defensive Line – Pre-Camp Projections The 2015 defensive line may be my all-time defensive front at Alabama. Yes, it was sprinkled with stars but what knocked me off my feet was how it wielded its depth as a weapon. A full 8 players were in active rotation – among 3 spots mind you – most of whom still receive pay for play. That is a tall, perhaps even unreasonable, task for any defensive front to replicate so I'll stop short of predicting heroic feats for the 2021 bunch.  But understand I count to 6 with barely a hesitation and it makes me giddy.   Roster/Rotation Across the front, health is the difference between making a difference and holding just on. LaBryan Ray and Justin Eboigbe, to differing degrees have seen the careers stunted due to injuries. DJ Dale experienced much the same in 2020, while true freshman (and highly touted) Tim Keenan works to recover from an injury during his senior season of high school. If Alabama meets with good fortune on these fronts, the Tide defense should be well anchored – considering that's an all-conference caliber starting front with a reserve by itself. What to Watch For Injury Report, injury report, injury report. Even if the above guys are only part time players, Alabama has the chance to field a stout front. If they are fully healthy, it gets late early for many opponents. Is Phil Mathis the next in a recent run of superb interior pass rushers? Are Tim Smith and Jamil Burroughs ready to capitalize on their 2020 seasons? Are Braylen Ingraham, Byron Young, and Stephon Wynn going to fight to not get passed over? Are the freshmen ready to ride day one? Predictions End – LaBryan Ray, Phil Mathis Nose – DJ Dale, Tim Smith End – Justin Eboigbe, Jamil Burroughs With, incredibly, a full 8 more scholarship players on the roster, look for these projections to change and expand throughout fall camp.   Linebackers – Pre-Camp Projections This is another position where Saban assessed his roster and elected to go big game hunting on the transfer portal, landing junior Henry To'oTo'o. The former Tennessee linebacker already fluent in much of the system having played under form Saban Defensive Coordinator Jeremy Pruitt. To'o To'o was also rated as the top available player in the portal, but of course he was. Yet adding To'o To'o, who mercifully goes by Hank, does not simply add talent to the squad. It allows Alabama to field an all-star team at the position while bolstering an already deep bench.   Roster/Rotation Christian Harris and Hank book ended by Christopher Allen and Will Anderson promises to keep offensive players and coaches up at night. Meanwhile, Golding and Sunseri will work hard to develop the bounty of young talent comprising as deep a legitimate bench as the Alabama has had in years. What to Watch For Much of the best news will come from the rotation which should be mined with an eye towards 2022. By the same token, some reporters may spend their words elsewhere but here are a handful or topics worth keying into your radar. How do sophs Drew Sanders and Chris Braswell look during camp? During recruiting and through the summer both players were mentioned in step with Will Anderson, especially Braswell. Does King Mwikuta stay or go? While he entered his name into the transfer portal, he has not yet left the program (as of this writing). If he returns, he stands a chance of earning a spot in the pass rushing rotation. Who among Shane Lee, Ian Jackson, Demouy Kennedy, and Jackson Bratton are going to claim a 2nd team role in the middle? Predictions Jaylen Moody will see plenty of time in the middle and he's earned it. This will keep Hank and Harris fresh during and across games. While Christopher Allen was dynamite down the stretch last season, I wonder if he could fend off a legit charge from an inspired Braswell or a potential super freshman like Dallas Turner. Does Drew Sanders stay at outside linebacker? We asked who would step into a backup role in the middle and with a push for increased speed on the roster does Sanders move his outside skillset to the middle? Another alternative discussed during his recruitment and into last season's camp is if Drew would move to tight end, which some scouts believe is his best position. My guess is he plants a flag somewhere during the 2021 campaign. The bigger mystery may be where. Outside – Christopher Allen, King Mwikuta/Dallas Turner Inside – Henry To'o To'o, Jaylen Moody Inside – Christian Harris, Drew Sanders Outside – Will Anderson, Chris Braswell Note, last preseason we asked if Will Anderson is the next Derrick Thomas. We suggested if that's indeed the case then Williams would win two Nattys during his time in Tuscaloosa. Hmm, halfway there.   Secondary – Pre-Camp Projections This position makes me angry. I'm no Bruce Banner, so you'll like me when I'm angry, at least in this instance. Alabama's secondary frustrates me because there are too many worthy players and not enough starting roles. Not to mention, the youngsters we want to see develop or even burst on the scene. Of course, this is a great problem to have, but I am not wrong either. Roster/Rotation Alabama does play plenty of nickel (5 DBs), and dime (6 DBs), packages so fans will get to see lots of defensive backs in action. What to Watch For Can Jalyn Armour-Davis fend off super freshman Kool Aid McKinstry for the right to start opposite Josh Jobe at corner? Between Brian Branch, DeMarcco Hellams, and Daniel Wright who claims the safety spot opposite Jordon Battle? Hellams and Wright platooned at the position most of 2020 until Hellams appeared to wrest the position away from Wright down the stretch. Meanwhile, Brian Branch is a clear talent qualifying each as worthy of a full-time starting role in the base nickel. Other end of the same question, which one does not play with the first team dime? At which position will fellow super freshman Terrian Arnold see the field?     Predictions CB – Josh Jobe, Marcus Banks CB – Jalyn Armour-Davis, Kool Aid McKinstry SS – Jordon Battle, Kristian Story FS – Brian Branch, Terrian Arnold Star – Malachi Moore, Jahquez Robinson Money – DeMarcco Hellams, Daniel Wright Undoubtedly this listing will change but it is a starting point to around which to orient camp news. It is also inherently wrong as we are projecting a two-deep at six positions, which is not nearly the same as discussing rotations we'll see during the season. Almost by definition the Star and Money players would elevate into a top four spot in case of injury.  In other words, Daniel Wright is much better than the 12th DB on the team.   Now, let's consider the defense as a whole. Fast, deep, and versatile at each level are the recurring themes and this should provide the coaching staff with several options when it comes down to game planning. What to Watch For Its as tired as it is true to recognize the offensive era we're in. Alabama led the conference in scoring defense last season while twice conceding more than 40 points and averaging more than 19 per game. Its also possible for Alabama to improve significantly on those totals. The secondary is not rebuilding, and the linebackers are a proven strength as compared to last season's starting point. Predictions Saban's best-ever or challenging 2012 for metrics, let's not go all that way, but we've already called for more complementary tendencies from the offense. Similar to offense, this promises to be fun to watch.                 2021 Alabama Football Pre-Camp Field Guide – Fall Camp Primer – Special Teams   For the most part, Alabama special teams benefit from being so keenly adjacent to a roster filled with young, hungry players ready to make a name for themselves as aggressive and dependable. As for specialists, that's the measure for true upside. Roster/Rotation Fortunately, Will Reichard returns following his perfect season in 2020. Odds are he does not repeat the feat, but if he can remain injury free, he's a proven commodity. From there its mostly questions. What to Watch For Which of the punting newcomers Jack Martin from Troy or James Burnip from Australia will overtake Sam Johnson and Ty Perine for the job? Does Chase Allen handle kickoffs or does Will resume the full suite of kicking duties? Is Gabe Pugh ready to take snapping duties for Thomas Fletcher? Does Billingsley return kicks and Slade punts of is there a young skill position player like a Jase McClellan or Kool-Aid McKinstry ready to step into the limelight? Prediction Junior transfer Jack Martin averaged 46 yards per punt last year for Troy. If he simply repeats the performance the battle is over before it begins. Chase Allen will be given every chance to handle kickoffs.  This is how Reichard sustained his hip flexor injury during 2020. Paul Tyson likely takes over holding duties for Mac. Slade will handle punts but watch for JoJo Earle to get some reps as well. McKinstry will either start or corner or get a long look at kick returner, but he will not be saddled with both as a true freshman. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fantasy Football Show with Cecil Lammey
Nick & Cecil | Hour 3 | 07.29.21

Fantasy Football Show with Cecil Lammey

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 46:10


Nick & Cecil talk about the Broncos' variety bag of defensive backs and why Denver is loading up on DBs. Cecil is excited about all the ways Denver wants to use Pat Surtain II and wants to know if the Broncos' DBs were the topic of conversation among former Broncos players at camp. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Broncos Country Tonight
07-28-21 Justin Simmons with Ryan and Ben

Broncos Country Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 6:50


Broncos Safety Justin Simmons joins the guys after Day 1 of Broncos Training Camp to react to the first practice, the importance of having Von Miller and Courtland Sutton back on the field and taking on a leadership with the young DBs.

blerds r us
209 Masters Of The Universe Revelation

blerds r us

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 116:08


Ace beastars Sexy beasts He man revelation 2 hot 2 handle brasil Bad batch Modok Martin (anime & Manga) Battle in 5 Seconds After Meeting Tsukimichi Moonlit Fantasy E3 Shaman King E17 Dungeon Blsck Company E3 Modok E10 American Football game against Oxford Saints. 23-0 at half time but game was called off due after two half an hour stoppages caused by lightning. Stevie Bad batch Heaven's Official Blessing - finished this off Too hot to handle s1 & 2 AAAAAAND the first few episodes of THTH Brasil - what the fuck have I done??? The Wolf Of Wall Street He-man + the after show interviews thingy Halfway through 1981 Mobile Suit Gundam I. Tokyo Olympics - swimming, skateboarding, fucking mental triathlon - they said water was 30 degrees at 6:30 in the morning, judo / taikwondo comparison. Question of the day? Cancel culture, a new phenomenon or age old phenomenon? Would you rather be on the Titanic or the Twin Towers at the point of… disposal? Are you a Weeb or Otaku? General News Transformers: Rise of the Beasts set photos reveal Optimus Prime and Bumblebee designs Deadline reports that “Lionsgate has acquired worldwide rights to Kevin Smith's Clerks III, which is currently in pre-production in New Jersey and will begin production next month. Smith has written the screenplay and will direct, with all major cast members set to reprise their roles: Jeff Anderson as Randal, Brian O'Halloran as Dante, Jay Mewes as Jay, Smith as Silent Bob, and Rosario Dawson as Becky. In Clerks III, following a massive heart attack, Randal enlists fellow clerks Dante, Elias, Jay, and Silent Bob to make a movie immortalizing his life at the convenience store that started it all.” According to Hollywood Reporter John Wick prequel event series ‘The Continental' lands Albert Hughes as lead director. The filmmaker, who with his brother co-directed movies such as Menace II Society and The Book of Eli, has signed on to direct two episodes of the three-installment event series. Continental, which is set in the unique hotel for assassins in the Wick movies, was initially envisioned as a spinoff series but was redeveloped as a three-night event series with movie length and movie budgets. The installments are to run about 90 minutes in length and, according to sources, have budgets upwards of $20 million.” Army of the Dead prequel, Army of Thieves, coming soon to Netflix Nope jordan peeles new movie with daneill kaluuya, keeke palmer, steven yeun comic book news Deadline report Marvel have found director for MCU Blade movie with Pakistani born indie director Bassam Tariq Kevin Smith reveals while he was working for Marvel on the now cancelled Howard the Duck show he was denied permission to use Werewolf by Night character as the movie division have plans for him. It is speculated the character will debut in Moon Knight bringing werewolves into the MCU. Vincent D'Onofrio's Wilson Fisk reportedly returning in Hawkeye show which will tie into Spider-Man No Way Home “more than we expected”. Anime News Toei announced at the San Diego Comic Con virtual event that a 2nd DBS anime film called Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, scheduled for release in 2022 Shaman King E18 and 19 will be delayed by 2 weeks due to the Olympics and Paralympics. Their new release dates are August 12th and August 19th respectively. Also, Netflix will stream the anime on August 9th. There'll be a total of 52 episodes. Funimation announced last Wednesday that it will stream the Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand this year Trailers Titans s3 Main movies masters of the universe revelation

The Dragon Ball Virgin
#37: The Moro Arc! Dragon Ball Super (Chapters 42-67)

The Dragon Ball Virgin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 59:06


Episode 37 of the Dragon Ball Virgin Podcast covers chapters 42-67 the Dragon Ball Super manga (the Moro Arc)!In two weeks, we'll be discussing chapters 68-74 of the Dragon Ball Super manga (the Granolah Arc so far) and the controversial Dragon Ball Evolution movie!Featuring Gozen from AnimeUproar and Ray the Dragon Ball Virgin!Check us out:AnimeUproarYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/AnimeUproarTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/animeuproarWatch LIVE on Wednesdays 4pm Eastern time on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/rantcafe

Worst of The RIOT by RadioU
Worst Of The RIOT for July 16th, 2021

Worst of The RIOT by RadioU

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 55:16


Today we learn that Hudson is quickly transforming into his mom, but that might actually be good for the show! You'll also get to experience our Cheetos Pepper Puffs Food Fight, as well as tips for how to avoid dead butt syndrome and the latest drama in the Sunway tuna controversy.

Connie and Fish
Dead Butt Syndrome - Fish And Christine Podcast (7-16-21)

Connie and Fish

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 68:27


DBS or 'Dead Butt Syndrome' is one of those weird things that all of a sudden was being talked about during the pandemic. It is essentially when your butt falls asleep, but it is getting more and more attention from the medical community. So, did you suffer from the old DBS during the pandemic? Also on the show, Wendy was back filling in for Christine who was sick with a cold, Steve reviewed the brand new Space Jam movie, and you told us why you were annoying for the Text Question of the Day. All of that and much more on today's show!

The Big 3 IDP Podcast
Top 12 Defensive Backs for IDP Dynasty Leagues

The Big 3 IDP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 105:10


One of the more interesting strategies the Big 3 has been using this offseason is in regards to drafting DBs: either grab the top three studs or punt the position until the later rounds. Who should you be targeting if you're going stud-heavy? That's what this episode is for! With Bobby out sick, Josh and Adam break down the top 12 defensive backs for IDP dynasty leagues (including cornerbacks). In this discussion, the duo face a couple interesting choices, both originating from the same team: Would you rather draft Xavier McKinney or Jabrill Peppers from the Giants? From the Bengals, you going Jessie Bates III or Vonn Bell? Tune in to hear who Adam and Josh pick, as well as a rookie draft recap for Adam's home in District 2. Shout out to our patrons Bobby, Jeff, Lorne, Aaron, Tom, and djkelltown! Follow the show @Big3IDP on Twitter and Instagram, give us a 5 star rating and review on Apple Podcasts, and consider supporting the show over on Anchor. Thanks for listening! Reality Sports Online is now the preferred fantasy platform of The Big 3 IDP Podcast. If you want to set up a league of your own and see what all the buzz is about, use promo code BIG3IDP to get 10% off the site fee. Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code BIG3IDP at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/big3idp/support

The SB Nation NFL Show
Off Day Debrief #45: Hall of Famer John Randle + NFC South All-Star Team

The SB Nation NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 51:53


Rob "Stats" Guerrera and Brandon Lee Gowton build an NFC South All-Star team, and talk with one of the best trash-talkers of all time, HoFer John Randle. How much does the presence of Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay impact this all star team? The one "QB-proof" wide receiver in the division that could make a huge jump this year What happened to the DBs in this division? Randle on the best smack he ever used - and who gave it back the most Randle on why the Vikings defense will be better in 2021 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Dragon Ball Virgin
#36: Gogeta vs Broly!

The Dragon Ball Virgin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 49:38


Episode 36 of the Dragon Ball Virgin Podcast covers the Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie!In two weeks, we'll be discussing chapters 42-67 the Dragon Ball Super manga (the Moro Arc)!Featuring Gozen from AnimeUproar and Ray the Dragon Ball Virgin!Check us out:AnimeUproarYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/AnimeUproarTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/animeuproarWatch LIVE on Wednesdays 4pm Eastern time on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/rantcafe

All Things Covered with Patrick Peterson & Bryant McFadden
Harrison Smith on future with the Vikings, keys to 2021, teaming up with Patrick Peterson, Dalvin Cook vs. Adrian Peterson and "Hitman" moniker

All Things Covered with Patrick Peterson & Bryant McFadden

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 72:43


Nominate Pick Six for The People's Choice Podcast Awards: https://www.podcastawards.com/app/signup/ The people have been asking and we thought it was time to deliver. Harrison 'Hitman' Smith is probably the top requested guest for All Things Covered and the 5-time Pro Bowl safety came through for a lengthy chat with new teammate Patrick Peterson as well as Bryant McFadden (29:00). But before Harrison, Pat and BMac discuss an award nomination for ATC and P2's birthday plans (1:45)! Then the guys cover all angles of the recent news with the NIL including how it may have impacted them while in school (8:15). They also address the many pros and a couple of cons of the massive changes to the NCAA. Next, the fan favorite joins the podcast (29:00). Harrison Smith discusses his football journey from ending up at Notre Dame to getting his nickname when joining Minnesota to all the ups and downs during his Vikings tenure. Are there any comparisons between Adrian Peterson and Dalvin Cook? Smith has played with both and sees a few similarities. He also comments on why DBs love playing for Mike Zimmer, the missed kick from Blair Walsh in 2014, the Minneapolis Miracle in 2017, keys for the Vikings in 2021 and his future in Minnesota.  'All Things Covered' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  You can listen to All Things Covered on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast." Visit the All Things Covered YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/allthingscovered Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AllThingsCoveredPod Follow Pat on Instagram and Twitter Follow BMac on Instagram and Twitter Follow All Things Covered on Instagram and Twitter Produced by: @E_DeBerardinis For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Draft Dudes
Summer Scouting Discussions: DBs

Draft Dudes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 28:11


The dudes continue their launch into summer scouting with a discussion about a couple of DBs that they have watched so far.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Draft Dudes
Summer Scouting Discussions: DBs

Draft Dudes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 30:56


The dudes continue their launch into summer scouting with a discussion about a couple of DBs that they have watched so far.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast
Episode #023 - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW w/ Dragon Ball Super Manga Staffer Brandon Bovia

Up On The Lookout - The Dragon Ball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 37:59


Today we exclusively talk to one of the staff members for the English localisation of the Dragon Ball Super manga, Brandon Bovia. With Brandon, we talk about what goes into delivering the manga to audiences worldwide plus his other projects and works with Viz Media. How early does he get the manga before us? Find out today!Connect with Brandon via his Twitter (https://twitter.com/brandonbovia) or his personal website - https://brandonbovia.comThe MasakoX Store Check out the official MasakoX store for our stylish merch!Support the show (https://masako.cc/lookout)

The Dragon Ball Virgin
#35: Ultra Instinct Goku vs Jiren! Dragon Ball Super Series Finale! (Episodes 105-131)

The Dragon Ball Virgin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 62:49


Episode 35 of the Dragon Ball Virgin Podcast covers Episodes 105-131 of the Dragon Ball Super anime!In two weeks, we'll be discussing the Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie (2018)!Featuring Gozen from AnimeUproar and Ray the Dragon Ball Virgin!Check us out:AnimeUproarYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/AnimeUproarTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/animeuproarWatch LIVE on Wednesdays 4pm Eastern time on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/rantcafe

Call to the Booth
Top DB Rankings: Jalen Ramsey, Marcus Peters and more | Aqib Talib Pick 6 Series

Call to the Booth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 30:44


On the latest episode of Call to the Booth, Aqib Talib & Harrison Sanford continue Aqib's Pick 6 series with a look at - of course - defensive backs. Aqib explains what makes a great DB, what he teaches to young DBs, plus an early look at the No Fly Zone candidates for 2021. Call to the Booth is part of the Blue Wire Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @CallToTheBooth Subscribe to your Youtube channel https://tinyurl.com/y27j5el4