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-Biden Family becomes the Sopranos of Delaware as Hunter Biden gets several new indictments -Mass underwear surrender by defeated Hamas terrorists -Sen. Ted Cruz again reiterates Joe Biden lied that he had no knowledge of Hunter Biden's influence peddling schemes To call in and speak with Rob Carson live on the show, dial 1-800-922-6680 between the hours of 12 Noon and 3:00 pm Eastern Time Monday through Friday…E-mail Rob Carson at : Carson@newsmax.com Musical parodies provided by Jim Gossett (www.patreon.com/JimGossettComedy) Listen to Newsmax LIVE and see our entire podcast lineup at www.Newsmax.com/listen Download the free NEWSMAX app at www.newsmaxtv.com/app or go to www.NewsmaxTV.com to watch the real news! Free Trial of Newsmax Plus available at www.NewsmaxPlus.com Looking for NEWSMAX caps, tees, mugs & more? Check out the Newsmax merchandise shop at : http://nws.mx/shop Rest assured knowing that you have emergency antibiotics, antivirals and anti-parasitics on hand to help keep you and your family safe! Go to www.twc.health/Carson and use promo code CARSON to save 10% Today's podcast sponsored by OMAHA STEAKS! Take the guess-work out of gift giving and get FIFTY PERCENT off site-wide and use the promo code CARSON at www.Omahasteaks.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
-Biden Family becomes the Sopranos of Delaware as Hunter Biden gets several new indictments. - Hamas learns a cold lesson. If you like to wear explosives, they make you surrender in your underwear. -Ted Cruz reiterates that Joe Biden lied about having no knowledge of Hunter Biden's influence peddling. -Panel of Ivy League Karens reveal their true colors and investigations begin. -Today on the Newsmax hotline: The most censored doctor in America, Dr. Peter McCullough, joins Rob to discuss medical facts concerning this year's virus. To call in and speak with Rob Carson live on the show, dial 1-800-922-6680 between the hours of 12 Noon and 3:00 pm Eastern Time Monday through Friday…E-mail Rob Carson at : Carson@newsmax.com Musical parodies provided by Jim Gossett (www.patreon.com/JimGossettComedy) Listen to Newsmax LIVE and see our entire podcast lineup at www.Newsmax.com/listen Download the free NEWSMAX app at www.newsmaxtv.com/app or go to www.NewsmaxTV.com to watch the real news! Free Trial of Newsmax Plus available at www.NewsmaxPlus.com Looking for NEWSMAX caps, tees, mugs & more? Check out the Newsmax merchandise shop at : http://nws.mx/shop Rest assured knowing that you have emergency antibiotics, antivirals and anti-parasitics on hand to help keep you and your family safe! Go to www.twc.health/Carson and use promo code CARSON to save 10% Today's podcast sponsored by OMAHA STEAKS! Take the guess-work out of gift giving and get FIFTY PERCENT off site-wide and use the promo code CARSON at www.Omahasteaks.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Niek-Jan's Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/niek-jan-bink-18b6203/ ACIN Products: http://www.acin.nl/ RETROTEC and ACIN at TruTech Tools: https://trutechtools.com/retrotec Eric and I had the pleasure of interviewing Niek Jan Bink, a Dutch national who has been working in the HVAC industry for over 20 years. He is the founder of Acin, a company that manufactures airflow measurement products. PostScript after recording: Niek-Jan noted his personal friendship with Ben Walker and his colleagues at Retrotec and thanks Sam Myers for being a great ambassador for ACIN! Over the years, Bink has traveled extensively to the United States for both business and pleasure. Key trips included attended the HVAC Symposium in Florida and has also visited his daughter, who played field hockey for the Champions at University of Delaware. (2016 NCAA National Championship.) Niek-Jan shared with us how he is impressed by the open and friendly culture of the HVAC industry in the United States. He finds that people are more willing to give feedback, both positive and negative. Bink is also interested in the use of social media in the HVAC industry. He believes that platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook can be valuable tools for connecting with potential customers and colleagues. Bink is particularly interested in the use of social media to share knowledge and information. He believes that this can help to improve the overall quality of the HVAC industry. Overall, Bink is a positive and enthusiastic advocate for the HVAC industry. He is excited about the future of the industry and believes that it has a lot to offer the world. Here are some key takeaways from the interview: The HVAC industry in the United States is open and friendly. Social media can be a valuable tool for connecting with potential customers and colleagues. Sharing knowledge and information on social media can help to improve the overall quality of the HVAC industry. This episode was recorded in October 2023.
Hey there, friends! This week my guest is the fantastically talented Todd Purse! Todd is a professional artist, and a professional awesome dude. We chat inspiration, art as a manifestation of high strangeness, various motifs in encounter stories, punk culture, our love for Terrence McKenna, Delaware weirdness, the appeal of UFO emphemera and a ton more. Todd is also perhaps one of the nicest humans I've ever met in my life, and his EXCELLENT podcast Creative Weirdos is not to be missed! For more info on Todd, check out the links below. Thank you and have a great rest of your week!Love, Steve https://linktr.ee/Createmagicstudioshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/creative-weirdos-conversations-with-fellow-weirdos/id1618581912https://open.spotify.com/show/6cWemumzaOhZElSL9vfk1X?si=e62c50dc3c364ff7https://www.instagram.com/toddde85/https://www.createmagicstudios.com/
Hey Degenerates, I really wish I had more to say... but honestly I'm just Chronically Sorry about this one...Disclaimer: As fun as it is to kick back with friends and consume alcohol; The Couchaholics always condone drinking responsibly and never drink and drive... all of our opinions are our own, and don't reflect upon the quality of any particular brewery or business. This podcast contains explicit language.BEERS FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE:Burlington Beer Co | Barista | Double Coffee PorterDogfish Head Craft Brewery | L'Allegro | Belgian Strong Gold AleBurlington Beer Co | Martian Dawn | Double NE IPAWidowmaker Brewing | The Arborist | NE IPA
Three people were killed and one person is in critical condition after a shooting on the UNLV campus, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police said Wednesday. The suspect was also killed, police said. Plus, in a vote that is happening now, Senate Republicans are threatening to block funding for Israel and Ukraine. Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware joins discuss what's in the aid package. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, host Toby Mathis, Esq., welcomes regular guest Eliot Thomas, Esq., Manager of Tax Advisors at Anderson Business Advisors, to discuss several questions about taxation and S-Corps. Other topics include paying your children to work on your real estate properties, paying medical deductibles with your HSA, and of course minimizing capital gains taxes on stocks you've purchased. Submit your tax question to taxtuesday@andersonadvisors. Highlights/Topics: Is there any differences between bonus depreciation and 179 depreciation and, if yes, what are the differences? - They are completely different, though easily confused, and you can use them together. if I set up my LLC for real estate investing but I have not bought anything yet, can I ride off the courses I have enrolled in to educate myself and equipment? - if it is true investing, then probably you wouldn't be able to deduct. There isn't any place in the tax returns to deduct something like that. Can I run a payroll payroll for my son, who was 18 years old, to manage my real estate properties? What is the maximum amount that I can pay him to support me in my business? - There isn't necessarily any limit. It's just that, whatever you have to be reasonable for the services that the child is providing. Can you pay the high deductible health insurance premiums from the HSA? - you can pay ANY deductible out of an HSA. I'm a Big Dog and I have lots of questions about forming my LLC for a fix and split business and how to effectively write off expenses for 2023. I haven't set up my LLC yet and I'm in the middle of rehabbing a house that we won't be able to put on the market until next year. Is it too late to set up the LLC and get those write offs for this year? Does it matter if I'm not making any money yet? Should my LLC be filed as an escort? But I would have to be earning income and paying myself something, right? Can you explain how it all works? - So lawsuits are all over a place when you're rehabbing. So get that set up. All your costs that you're incurring are inventory, which means we don't get it deduct anything until a year you sell it. What are the benefits of taxing my beauty salon as an S-corp? -you can write off like the percentage of the use of the home under many different theories. You could be using net square footage, you could be using the room methodology, you could be using gross square, or whatever is your best interest. Can you roll over money from a current 401k account into a solo 401k account to invest in real estate? Can you please explain the taxes I would be responsible for paying on any gains made on a real estate investment using money in a solo 401k? - typically you can't move it if you're still employed. There aren't any taxes. what is the tax way to invest in the stock market and protect capital gains to minimize them? - we like to set up a partnership, put the trading into the partnership, and that partnership will be composed of a portion that goes to the individual, maybe 80, 90%, the rest to a C corporation. I own rental properties and manage them myself Currently. I don't need the income right now. That's a great situation to be in. What are some strategies to get that income into a retiring account such as a solo 401k, since it's not earned income? - if it's a rental, you're going to want to hit in your 1040, which means it's probably a partnership. I am looking for tax treatment benefit of a DST Stands for Delaware statutory trust, not a deferred sales trust, delaware statutory trust. It would be done through a 1031 exchange, so I understand that part, but it sounds like not only would I get a new depreciation schedule, but I get more. Granted, I should get more just due to the new asset purchase price. Right, what are the flags for a DST investment? - What are red flags? I think the things we always talked about is - it's just not very liquid when you have that Delaware statutory trust. Resources: Tax and Asset Protection Events Anderson Advisors Toby Mathis YouTube Toby Mathis TikTok Clint Coons YouTube
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There's a long-standing narrative about hunter-gatherers in ancient times: Men ventured out for meat, while women largely stayed closer to home, foraging for plants and tending to children.As with most things, it almost certainly wasn't that black and white. Recent analyses of physiological and archaeological evidence, published in American Anthropologist, suggest that females hunted just as much as males did during the Paleolithic era. In fact, they were well-suited to long-distance hunting, largely thanks to the benefits of estrogen. Additionally, Neanderthal remains show a sex-equal distribution of bone injuries consistent with hunting. Both males and females were buried with similar items and weapons, suggesting that there was not such a stark division of labor.Ira is joined by Dr. Cara Ocobock, assistant professor in the department of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, and Dr. Sarah Lacy, biological anthropologist at the University of Delaware, to discuss the details of their findings and why the myth of “Man the Hunter” has persisted for so long.Editor's note: Sex and gender are distinct descriptors—“sex” pertaining to the biological aspects of the human body (hormones, genitalia, etc.) and “gender” relating more to an individual's identity within a society. As Dr. Ocobock states in the segment, there are times when a strict sex binary makes sense related to study in a scientific realm, but even within those contexts, there can be large variability. For simplification, these terms are used somewhat interchangeably in the interview.To stay updated on all things science, sign up for Science Friday's newsletters. Transcripts for each segment will be available after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
The Montana Grizzlies roll on to the FCS quarter-finals and we're here to cover it all! The Grizzlies had a decisive 30 point win against Delaware in a snow globe game with all sorts of memorable events. This week we took time to reflect on that game and discuss the playoffs, FCS and FBS, in [&hellip The post Griz Fan Podcast – Blue Hen beatdown with the quarterfinals up next appeared first on Montana Mint - The greatest website north of Wyoming..
Dr. Alfonso J. Arevalo, DO is an orthopedic surgeon at Delaware Orthopedic Specialist with locations in Newark Metro, North Wilmington, and Stanton, Delaware. Dr. Arevalo specializes in sports medicine and minimally invasive arthroscopic treatment of the hip, knee and shoulder. Dr. Arevalo was born in Greenburg, Pa. He attended Boston University and captained the schools club ice hockey team.
Blind Mike is in studio as Kirk kicks off the show with two major announcements. (2:00) The first 100 people to respond to a tweet showing they bought the PPV will get to go to the Maynard Fine Arts Theater to watch episode 4 of Surviving Barstool. (10:20) The tickets for the Portland Live Show will go on sale in January. (13:25) The latest episode of The Consistency Podcast dropped. (18:40) Producer Rob claims he has been controlling Surviving Barstool the entire time. (39:40) Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis square off in a debate. (42:40) Justin in Delaware has an important question for Steve Torre. (56:10) Andy Mayo tells Coleman and Gus they should not get a bonus. (1:06:00) Coleman is in a Boob Advent Calendar group chat. (1:13:40) Coleman went as his bro's date to his company holiday party. (1:23:40) Kirk does not like Will Ferrell movies. (1:42:07) Justin calls in to share his discovery of a Booty advent calendar and how No Dewcember is going. (1:44:20) Calls.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/kminshow
I do not have a working tower so for now I have to do a text response.There is nothing worse than some idiot girl trying to preach Civil War history because she watched a YouTube video. She didn't even know what the secession papers were called. The reasnon to secede and the reason there was a war are two different things. The South was not attepting to seperate simply over a policy reason. Donald Livingston goes over the Confederate constitution which will illuminate the the stark cultural differences. The reason for the War is simple. Lincoln invaded.Slavery was already legal on a state by state basis. The North was not trying to end slavery before the war. There was no bill or decree trying to force South Carolina to end slavery which made them secede. There were however crushing taxes that prompted BOTH secession movements by South Carolina. In fact the opposite happened, the northern states introduced the Corwin amendment to enshrine the protection of slavery from the federal government in constitution.“No amendment shall be made to the Constitution which will authorize or give to Congress the power to abolish or interfere, within any State, with the domestic institutions thereof, including that of persons held to labor or service by the laws of said State” It was introduced by New York and Ohio. Illinois, Ohio and Maryland all ratified this as did 2/3 of the house and senate. Had the southern states joined in ratifying the amendment that would have become the 13th amendment.Lincoln who was a racial seperatist also supported this and personally wrote Southern governors encouraging them to ratify it. For his primary purpose was to presrve the Union and thus the revenue. Abolitionists numbered under 100k people less than half a percent of the population or about half the size of the Libertarian Party today. They did not have power. The president and at least 2/3 of the legislators agreed as they did pass this amendment.No Southern state took this deal because slavery was never the principle reason to secede. For had they stayed slavery was already legal and not being threatened. Even in the northern states that had gotten rid of it, that was done state by state and not by the federal government. And it wasn't for moral reasons. By and large it was because Whites didn't want to live around blacks at all. West Virginia which was not coastal and not greatly affected by tariffs broke from Virginia and stayed in the union. They also kept slavery as that was not a requirement to be in the union. It couldn't be as all the border states plus Delaware DC and New Jersey had legal slavery anyway. Kentucky New Jersey and Delaware retained slavery after the war was over with NJ not abolishing it until 1866. California had abolished slavery on paper but openly continued the practice and even after the 13th and 14th amendments they only ended black slavery but continued to use the Chinese.Virginia and Tennessee both ended slavery during the war as did DC. West VA and Maryland. It didn't matter. The Yankees were fighting as Lincoln said, to preserve the revenue.Lincoln's emancipation proclamation said two year into the war not at the begining of it, was a tactic trying to cause slave revolts in the South during the war. It did not free any slaves in Northern states and it did not end Grant's contraband camps. It resulted in riots in the North as people did not want to be drafted to go fight for black people. Lincoln would end up with 40% of his army being mercenaries from over seas paid for by selling war bonds and racked up 1.74 billion in debt and inflated the greenback by 80%.After the war ~a million blacks died of starvation and disease related to malnurishment as left to their own devices sharecropping as southern capital was strangled simply failed.Of course some of the secession papers mention slavery, they are building a confederacy and want the northern states that had slaves to join it. The counter measure was the Corwin amendment which guaranteed the union wouldn't abolish slavery. The fight was about slavery out west. Northern states simply sold all their slaves to the south right before ending slavery but then said no no you can use slaves to build the railroads. They were competing between a line from Illinois to California with one from Louisiana. However Utah had already legalized slavery. And eventually the rail lines were built by what any serious person would have to admit was still slave labor.Just like today, people will oppose enforcing illegal immigration laws under the guise of fighting racism, yet the real reason is to maitain a cheap labor force for corporations and a voting block for the Democrat Party.Bringing up slavery is an agreeable position TODAY. But it was camo. It's like pretending invading Iraq was to liberate Kurds or invading Afghanistan was about women's rights. Sounds great but isn't real. Now Kurds were oppressed and women don't have equal rights in Afghanistan and the South (and some of the North) did have slavery. But that wasn't at all why Lincoln sent Revenue collectors to Fort Sumter, firing on the Nashville and causing the war. The North wanted the 3 of the confederate states didn't secede until after shots were fired and involved created a blockade. This included the largest southern states North Carolina and Virginia. How did they think North Carolina would respond to a blockade on South Carolina? Had they been fighting to end slavery then why not at least introduce a constitutional amendment to end slavery instead of the opposite? Slavery was a rationalization made After the war. The Civil War became about slavery in the 1960s not the 1860s bc of the Civil rights movement and presentism.If you want to help with the computer situation buy me a coffee. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit ryandawson.substack.com/subscribe
We're so honored to welcome Earl Smith, PhD, is Emeritus Distinguished Professor of American Ethnic Studies and Sociology at Wake Forest University, and is currently teaching classes in Sociology, African and African American Studies, and Women & Gender Studies at the University of Delaware. Anthony Alegrete, M.A.O.L.Anthony Alegrete, M.A.O.L./COO | Creative Director | Brand Strategist | Angel Investor | Cannabis & Tech Industry Executive | Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion is the co-founder along with his wife of 40 Tons Brand, a socially conscious cannabis brand that leverages it's platform to help free prisoners who are incarcerated for non-violent offenses, in particular, cannabis sentences that are disproportionate to people of color. Dr. Smith earned his Ph.D. at the University of Connecticut. His teaching and research focus on the sociology of sport, social stratification, criminal justice, and race. He is the author of 12 books, including his most recent book, Gender, Power and Violence (2019), and Policing Black Bodies (2018) as well as dozens of book chapters and peer-reviewed articles. He has written several books on the impact of social inequality on Black families. His book Race, Sport and the American Dream, which has been published in three editions, remains the only book on the market that examines structural racism in the Sport World. On a regular basis he is consulted as an expert by the New York Times, USA Today, and a variety of other news outlets. He teaches courses on social stratification, race and ethnicity, social problems, race and gender, and sexuality and sports. Current Projects Along with Dr. Angela J. Hattery, Dr. Smith is currently completing work on a three-year project examining the living and working conditions in solitary confinement units in a state prison system. The project involved nearly 100 interviews with inmates and staff living and working in solitary confinement as well as ethnographic observations. The book, tentatively entitled Way Down in the Hole: Race, Intimacy and the Reproduction of Racial Ideologies in Solitary Confinement is under contract with Rutgers University Press. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-sports-deli/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-sports-deli/support
This episode recorded live at the 2023 Becker's Healthcare Business & Operations of ASCs and The Future of Dentistry Roundtable in Chicago features Dr. Thomas Barnett, VP at Delaware Surgery Center. Here, he discusses his background & what led him to his current role, his excitement surrounding ambulatory surgery centers & partnerships, what he is currently focusing on, and more.
This episode recorded live at the 2023 Becker's Healthcare Business & Operations of ASCs and The Future of Dentistry Roundtable in Chicago features Dr. Thomas Barnett, VP at Delaware Surgery Center. Here, he discusses his background & what led him to his current role, his excitement surrounding ambulatory surgery centers & partnerships, what he is currently focusing on, and more.
The Chick Who Doesn't Know Sports talks '90s music, Connor Bedard and Angel Reese. Plus: Rajiem Seabrook and Colter Nuanez break down Delaware at Montana, and Colter catches up with North Dakota State quarterback Cam Miller before the Bison head to Bozeman.
Montana and Montana State kick off the their 2023 playoff campaigns Saturday with the Bobcats hosting North Dakota State and the Griz hosting Delaware. On this Big Sky Breakdown, hear from Delaware assistant coach Terrence Archer, North Dakota State assistant Tyler Roehl, Bison quarterback Cam Miller, Montana State defensive end Brody Grebe, Montana safety Ryder Meyer and Montana quarterback Clifton McDowell.
Kay Properties and Investment's Delaware Statutory Trust experts, Matt McFarland and Alex Madden examine the mechanisms for using Delaware Statutory Trusts as a debt replacement strategy for 1031 exchanges.
Greg recaps Friday's college basketball results & picks & analyzes a loaded board of 92 games! Spreadsheet Link: https://www.vsin.com/betting-resources/greg-petersons-daily-handicapped-college-basketball-lines/ Podcast Highlights 3:04-Recap of Friday's results 20:05-Start of picks Northern KY vs IUPUI 22:50-Picks & analysis for Notre Dame vs Miami 25:21-Picks & analysis for Syracuse vs Virginia 28:02-Picks & analysis for Marquette vs Wisconsin 30:41-Picks & analysis for South Florida vs UMass 33:36-Picks & analysis for Indiana St vs Bradley 36:14-Picks & analysis for Northern Iowa vs Evansville 39:23-Picks & analysis for Youngstown St vs Robert Morris 42:02-Picks & analysis for Valparaiso vs Belmont 44:58-Picks & analysis for Memphis vs Ole Miss 47:43-Picks & analysis for Delaware vs Ohio 50:51-Picks & analysis for Old Dominion vs Northeastern 53:33-Picks & analysis for The Citadel vs No Carolina A&T 56:21-Picks & analysis for St. Bonaventure vs Buffalo 59:11-Picks & analysis for Furman vs Princeton 1:02:13-Picks & analysis for Florida St vs North Carolina 1:05:10-Picks & analysis for Duke vs Georgia Tech 1:08:01-Picks & analysis for Fort Wayne vs Oakland 1:10:40-Picks & analysis for Wright St vs Davidson 1:14:11-Picks & analysis for Detroit vs Cleveland St 1:16:57-Picks & analysis for San Jose St vs Montana 1:20:00-Picks & analysis for St. Louis vs Southern IL 1:22:42-Picks & analysis for Michigan vs Oregon 1:25:56-Picks & analysis for Missouri St vs Drake 1:28:50-Picks & analysis for Illinois vs Rutgers 1:31:22-Picks & analysis for Harvard vs Loyola Chicago 1:34:08-Picks & analysis for CSUN vs Northern Colorado 1:36:30-Picks & analysis for NC State vs Boston College 1:39:14-Picks & analysis for Pacific vs Northern AZ 1:41:52-Picks & analysis for Bowling Green vs Southern Indiana 1:44:39-Picks & analysis for Portland St vs Washington St 1:47:15-Picks & analysis for Cal Poly vs Idaho 1:49:53-Picks & analysis for UT Rio GV vs Tarleton St 1:52:24-Picks & analysis for TCU vs Georgetown 1:54:54-Picks & analysis for Southern Utah vs Seattle 1:57:23-Picks & analysis for Charleston vs FL Atlantic 1:59:54-Picks & analysis for William & Mary vs Richmond 2:02:46-Picks & analysis for Stephen F Austin vs Abilene Christian 2:05:23-Picks & analysis for Miami OH vs Marshall 2:07:52-Picks & analysis for George Mason vs Toledo 2:10:09-Picks & analysis for Santa Clara vs California 2:12:43-Picks & analysis for Washington vs Colorado St 2:15:29-Picks & analysis for NC Wilmington vs Kentucky 2:17:57-Picks & analysis for Sacramento St vs Long Beach St 2:20:43-Picks & analysis for UW Milwaukee vs Green Bay 2:22:58-Picks & analysis for Wofford vs Mid Tennessee 2:25:43-Picks & analysis for Rhode Island vs Providence 2:28:09-Picks & analysis for Tulsa vs Oral Roberts 2:31:14-Picks & analysis for UT Arlington vs Grand Canyon 2:34:03-Picks & analysis for Lindenwood vs Idaho St 2:36:06-DK Network Pick New Mexico St vs New Mexico 2:39:10-Picks & analysis for UC Irvine vs Utah St 2:41:47-Picks & analysis for Utah Valley vs Utah Tech 2:44:05-Picks & analysis for Loyola Marymount vs Nevada 2:46:32-Picks & analysis for USC vs Gonzaga 2:48:50-Picks & analysis for Drexel vs Villanova 2:51:42-Picks & analysis for Pennsylvania vs La Salle 2:54:02-Picks & analysis for St. Joseph's vs Temple 3:03:05-Start of extra games Bucknell vs Penn St 3:05:18-Picks & analysis for Presbyterian vs VMI 3:07:32-Picks & analysis for Holy Cross vs Central CT 3:09:39-Picks & analysis for Lehigh vs UMBC 3:11:41-Picks & analysis for Georgia St vs Kennesaw St 3:14:04-Picks & analysis for Cornell vs Lafayette 3:16:36-Picks & analysis for Grambling vs Dayton 3:18:49-Picks & analysis for Binghamton vs Stonehill 3:21:07-Picks & analysis for North Alabama vs Kansas St 3:23:07-Picks & analysis for Bellarmine vs Ball St 3:25:02-Picks & analysis for Boston U vs Sacred Heart 3:26:57-Picks & analysis for High Point vs North Florida 3:28:56-Picks & analysis for St. Francis PA vs American 3:31:08-Picks & analysis for MS Valley St vs North Texas 3:33:35-Picks & analysis for Colgate vs Arizona 3:35:43-Picks & analysis for Jacksonville St vs GA Southern 3:38:31-Picks & analysis for UT Martin vs McNeese 3:40:25-Picks & analysis for UMass Lowell vs Merrimack 3:42:24-Picks & analysis for Norfolk St vs Louisiana Tech 3:44:41-Picks & analysis for USC Upstate vs NC Central 3:46:51-Picks & analysis for Wagner vs Stony Brook 3:48:57-Picks & analysis for Fair Dickinson vs NJIT 3:51:22-Picks & analysis for Winthrop vs Coastal Carolina 3:53:49-Picks & analysis for Lipscomb vs Central Florida 3:56:28-Picks & analysis for Dartmouth vs Albany 3:58:52-Picks & analysis for Alabama A&M vs Vanderbilt 4:01:02-Picks & analysis for HOU Christian vs Rice 4:03:27-Picks & analysis for Delaware St vs Loyola MD 4:05:47-Picks & analysis for So Carolina St vs Charleston So 4:08:02-Picks & analysis for Long Island vs FL International 4:10:13-Picks & analysis for Northwestern St vs Baylor 4:12:46-Picks & analysis for Western Carolina vs Gardner Webb 4:14:55-Picks & analysis for Austin Peay vs Tennessee St 4:17:14-Picks & analysis for Yale vs VermontSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Many rental property owners decide they are tired of actively managing their investment real estate, and decide to sell. The problem is that very often these assets have appreciated greatly in value, and there is a hefty capital gains tax bill associate with the sale. That's why many investors opt to pursue a 1031 exchange. However, the problem with the 1031 Exchange is the associated timeline: 45 days to identify a property, 180 days to close on said property. Usually, it's that initial 45-day identification period, which includes weekends and holidays, because it goes very, very fast. So it can be very tough for investors to put a property under contract. That's where the Delaware Statutory Trust is used as a reliable backup strategy.
MPF Discussion with Shaun HaynesGray Choices: Lessons in Ethics from Banker to Inmate with Shaun Hayes Author ShaunShaun Hayes was the cofounder and former CEO of Allegiant Bancorp, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. A Russell 2000 company, it was one of the largest publicly held bank holding companies then. Shaun started multiple successful businesses, was involved in the casino business, and bought, owned, and sold hundreds of residential and commercial properties. He is an entrepreneur, an author, a speaker, and a felon. After starting his first business at age 16, Shaun went on to open several other companies while in college. He was head of corporate banking for a large St. Louis bank by 26, bought his first bank at 29, and was CEO of a bank at 32. Shaun ran a public company at 35 and sold his company at age 44 for half a billion dollars. He had effectively risen to the top of the business world through hard work and innovative thinking, but his story didn't end there. Five years after selling his company for an enormous profit, Shaun committed a felony. He was incarcerated for his crime eight years later. Shaun now shares what he learned from his rise and his fall—hard-won lessons that can benefit individuals, groups, and businesses. Shaun earned his BA/BS in finance from the University of Missouri, Columbia, and a graduate degree in banking from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Delaware. He lives in St. Louis, Missouri, where he enjoys reading, exercising, and watching sports. On this episode of My Perfect Failure (Gray Choices: Lessons in Ethics from Banker to Inmate)Shaun shares his captivating story from reaching the highest levels of corporate banking and his subsequent fall from grace resulting in a custodial sentence. This is a cautionary tale of great success, failure, and redemption We also discuss Shaun's fantastic book “The Gray Choice”. Some of The Areas We Discus· Shaun's love of Entrepreneurship & Business.· We discuss Shaun Buying a Bank at 28 years of age.· Shaun selling his Bank for $475 Million Dollars.· From perfect to prison.· Making fatal mistakes.· We discuss Shaun's book book “The Gray Choice”. Links to contact Shaun.www.shaunhayes.comhttps://twitter.com/The_Shaun_Hayeshttps://www.facebook.com/TheShaunHayeshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/shaun-hayes-7a613813/https://www.instagram.com/TheShaunHayes/https://www.youtube.com/@theshaunhayesPurchase “The Gray Choice” https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gray-Choice-Lessons-Journey-Big-Time/dp/B0BT27PSBC/ref=sr_1 Please Leave A Review Like this show? Please leave us a review here, even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! Paul: Contact Details · Work with me: firstname.lastname@example.org · MPF Website: http://www.myperfectfailure.com/ ·
Survival Food: North Woods Stories by a Menominee Cook, the posthumous memoir of the late educator, writer, and artist Thomas Pecore Weso, was just released. It gives readers a snapshot of his years growing up on his Wisconsin reservation in the 1960s and 1970s. He threads his memories in with the food that comes from hunted, fished, and gathered sources. Also, Congress has a chance to provide a consistent source of funding for tribes and tribal organizations for managing bison herds. Those are among the topics on The Menu, our regular feature on Indigenous food and food sovereignty hosted by Andi Murphy. GUESTS Denise Low-Weso (Delaware heritage), former Kansas Poet Laureate and wife of Thomas Pecore Weso Ervin Carlson (Blackfeet), president of the InterTribal Buffalo Council
This episode continues my sporadic series on the various fields students may choose to study while in college. My guest is Dr. Hannah Eagleson studied the great books at St. John's College (Annapolis, MD) during her Masters degree, then went on to earn a PhD in Renaissance literature at the University of Delaware. She has written study guides to The Lord of the Rings and to works by C. S. Lewis and Dorothy L. Sayers. Dr. Eagleson also develops programming to support Christian scholars as they follow Christ and love their neighbors, including work with Global Scholars, Chesterton House (a Christian study center at Cornell University), and the American Scientific Affiliation (a scholarly and professional society for Christians in the sciences). In this podcast we discuss: What the “Great Books” are What “Great Books” university programs are and why they were formed Difference between Great Books programs at pluralistic and Christian universities Defining the important literary term “canon” How Hannah got interested in the Great Books and these university programs The value of understanding the classical modes of education: grammar, logic, and rhetoric and Classical Christian Education How the classical model of education contributed to interest in Great Book programs Hannah's perspective on the medieval period of intellectual history, as a corrective to our current negative perspectives Details of specific Great Books programs How Hannah benefitted from being in a Great Books program The “seminar” approach to coursework in a Great Books program Why “new” is not necessarily “better,” especially concerning books How a Great Books program does and does not help you get a job and make a living, and strategies to better your chances What a “liberal arts” education is and is not Strengths and weaknesses of Great Books programs Suggestions if you want to use a Great Books program to prepare you for graduate studies How Hannah's Great Books program continues to shape her today, and will into the future The positives and negatives of how social media encourages us to engage texts Defining “literary criticism” Resources mentioned during our conversation: Britannica's Great Books of the Western World series, compiled by Mortimer Adler and Robert Hutchins of the University of Chicago Baylor Great Texts Program, an honors program within a Christian university setting with many different majors Biola Torrey Honors College an honors program within a Christian university setting with many different majors Columbia University Core Curriculum (a program within a secular Ivy League university that engages with great books) Notre Dame Program of Liberal Studies Great Books Seminars, a program within a Catholic university setting with many different majors St. John's College, Annapolis and Santa Fe (the whole program is Great Books) Thomas Aquinas College, Catholic (the whole program is Great Books) Dorothy Sayers, “The Lost Tools of Learning” C. S. Lewis, “On The Reading of Old Books” George Herbert's poetry John Donne's poetry Chesterton House, the Christian Study Center at Cornell University “Why You Need to Join the Great Conversation About the Great Books,” The Art of Manliness Podcast #430 The New Yorker article “What's So Great About Great-Books Courses?”
In 2020, a Chancery Court judge ruled the state's property tax system unconstitutional as part of an education funding lawsuit. To settle their portion of that lawsuit, all three counties agreed to conduct property reassessments; the first in over three decades.The new assessments are now moving toward completion, leaving many homeowners wondering what to expect when they're finished.This week, contributor Larry Nagengast reports on where things stand with Delaware's property reassessments and what to expect going forward.
In this episode of the podcast, we catch up Stephen Beaudoin. Stephen is a graduate in Darden's Executive MBA Class of 2022, and he has built his career in the performing arts. In this wide-ranging conversation, we talk with Stephen about his decision to pursue an MBA, the impact of his Darden experience, what he's been up to since graduation, his new role as the President and CEO of the Music School of Delaware and more.
Nathan, Brandon, and Coach Ron discuss the move of Delaware to the FBS, FCS Coach Changes and Rumors, review of the first round of the FCS Playoffs and GAME PICKS! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fcscheckdown/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fcscheckdown/support
Is it winter yet? It's pretty chilly out there and Chris was in the dog house! Don't worry though, our other red-headed friend and returning guest Ben, joins us to warm the room and our hearts. Is he the hidden palate we've been looking for? We don't know our winter trivia that well and please tell us if you agree with our winter bracket! While you play drink some beers with us! We're back at it again to finish off Jake's share of the ol' Wallenpaupack beers! Hope you had a great thanksgiving. Prost!
It's always fun to have someone appear on In The Circle for the first time. When you have TWO first-time guests, then start throwing a parade. We wrap up November with two new assistants to schools with lofty expectations in 2024. First, we caught new Georgia Assistant Coach Chelsea Wilkinson on returning back to her alma mater. She reflected on her journey from playing for the Bulldogs to now coaching them and all stops in between. Plus, Coach Wilkinson shares her thoughts on this year's roster which will have Georgia fans excited. Next, we travel north to Bloomington for a conversation with Indiana Assistant Coach Kendra Kirkhoff. She shares her thoughts on working with Head Coach Shonda Stanton and her role on the staff. She also reflects on her All-American playing career as well as her coaching journey which includes stops at Florida State, UCF, and most recently UNC-Greensboro. We wrap up the show discussing Delaware's move to CUSA in 2026 and what it could possibly mean for the Blue Hens' remaining tenure in the CAA
Former Griz receiver Scott Gurnsey joins the ESPN Roundtable for memories of the last time Delaware visited Washington-Grizzly Stadium, a 1993 thriller won by the Blue Hens. Plus: Colter Nuanez breaks down Montana State-NDSU, and quarterback Clifton McDowell is the Griz Star of the Week.
Jordan, Commish, & Pitt Girl preview every conference championship game, discuss the coaching carousel/merry-go-round, talk about Delaware's move to FBS, and break down the offensive coordinator hire for Arkansas
Kris and Lance go over the games upcoming, they do a great breakdown as always. For me though the part touched on by Kris that allowed Lance to go back and partially explain the Delaware loss in the 1993 playoffs. I remember the names of too many characters from Delaware because of that game. Wing T, Tubby Raymond, Daryl Brown...in other words, I have always had massive respect for that program. Clifton McDowell and the cavalcade of beef up front this season are Thorough, or more appropriately - Thoro. Montana's defense will make the Delaware Destroyers look like children. They are beyond - Good. Up with Montana boys, down with the foe!
Calling all musicians and music lovers! Come into The Listening Booth. Singer-songwriter Marissa Lerer, migrated from Brooklyn to Delaware during the pandemic. After being guided by Dar Williams, musician and author of (What I Found In A Thousand Towns), Marissa decided to open a music venue and community space in Rehobeth Beach, Delaware called The Listening Booth. We speak to her about why she decided to do this and how a music venue can help build community. After this segment we return the topic of the evolution of main street and the downtown area in Salisbury, Maryland. Plus a music performance of Messin with My Head written by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin.
Recording note: Alison and I recorded this episode in May of 2023. Some how divinely, it isn't coming out til today which is her anniversary of being 1 year CANCER FREE!! So a huge celebration for Alison! Check out the New Year, Find YOU page to get all your questions answered about this beautiful journey we are taking starting January 11, 2024 Schedule a 30 minute discovery call with me Sign up for a Free Masterclass: 5 Steps for Finding You Highlights on this episode: *How Alison discovered she had the BIG C! *How having a strong mindset helped during cancer treatments? *Learning how to mourn your old life. *Alison's top tips for you when you get a diagnosis (Ask and Receive help, Mindset, Throw expectations out the window) And so much more. About Alison Houck Andrew: Alison has been a CPA since 1998. She is Managing Partner of the Rehoboth Beach, Delaware office of Faw Casson. She serves on many Boards both professionally and personally and truly cares about her clients and community. A strong work/life balance is very important to Alison. She treasures her time boating, beaching, cooking and traveling with her husband and their children, family and friends. Ever energetic, there's not much that can slow her down even during her recent battle with Cancer. Which she says has changed her life in a positive way. A big fan of fitness, you can usually find her in the gym before and after work or out on one of the beautiful trails or boardwalks in the resort area! Alison also plans to give back to the community and other cancer patients and survivors in any way that she can. Connect with Alison: Email: Ahouck776@gmail.com Fun Fact about Alison: She beat cancer! Subscribe and watch this episode on my Youtube channel You can find me at: Website: https://www.melissaclampitt.com FB https://www.facebook.com/mclampitt/ IG https://www.instagram.com/melissa.clampitt/ Order your copy of Don't Be Invisible Be Fabulous: Owning Your Feminine Power PS..Make sure you tag us on social and celebrate Alison's 1 year Cancer Free Anniversary! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/melissa-clampitt/message
In the penultimate edition of the 2023 CFP rankings, Nicole and Chris share their thoughts on FSU climbing back inside the top-4. They also delve into a scenario where Alabama is a one-loss SEC Champion that's being compared to a one-loss Big 12 Champion Texas. Also, the pair react to CFP committee chairman Boo Corrigan's explainations for FSU, and Oregon still being ranked ahead of Texas. Later, Nicole and Chris appraise the Michigan State and Texas A&M hirings. Plus, the two discuss the remaining head coaching vacancies from easiest to hardest, Sean Lewis rumors, Fran Brown to Syracuse, and the POPTART BOWL! -Ohio State drops to #6; is there still a path for OSU? (2:30) -FSU climbs back to #4 & Boo's explanation (4:30) -Is there a world where an undefeated FSU is left out? (9:00) -Texas vs Oregon & Boo (12:00) -Coaching hires: Jonathan Smith, Mike Elko (23:30) -Sean Lewis to SDSU reports (32:45) -Fran Brown to Syracuse (35:00) -Delaware! Welcome to the FBS (38:00) -Bobby Petrino returns (40:00) -Easiest/hardest remaining jobs (45:00) Subscribe to the Until Saturday newletter: https://theathletic.com/newsletters/until-saturday Call/text the Until Saturday phone and leave us a question for a future mailbag and/or Sunday Sound-Off podcast: (316) 462-9852 Subscribe to Until Saturday on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbhfrD1COvG40Mk7vvgaHIQ Follow Nicole on Twitter: @NicoleAuerbach Follow Chris on Twitter: @ChrisVannini Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fix the 5 Top Running Form Problems – The MOVEMENT Movement with Steven Sashen Episode 201 with Dr. Doug Adams Dr. Doug Adams is a Physical Therapist who has published and spoken at an international level on all things related to running. Doug has taught thousands of professionals his systematic approach to providing personalized plans for runners through the Certified Running Gait Analyst and Endurance Running Coaching courses. He also designed and created a portable 3D Motion Analysis system called Helix 3D for analyzing and categorizing running form that is used widely throughout the Department of Defense and commercial sectors. He is adjunct faculty for the 711th Human Performance Wing of the US Air Force and does research on novel approaches to preventing injuries and improving performance. Currently, Doug treats some of the top professional runners both as the head physical therapist for Tinman Elite and at his Physical Therapy clinic Omega Project PT in Wilmington, Delaware that specializes in treating endurance athletes and runners. Listen to this episode of The MOVEMENT Movement with Dr. Doug Adams about how to fix the 5 top running form problems. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How gait analysis is a crucial component of improving running performance and preventing injuries. - Why overstriding – landing with the foot too far in front of the body – is a major cause of running problems. - How making a 10% reduction in stress with each step can significantly improve running performance. - Why the average runner shouldn't compare themselves to professional runners. - How developing an efficient spring-like system is crucial for runners to optimize performance and reduce the risk of injury. Connect with Doug: Guest Contact Info Instagram@rundnasystem Facebookfacebook.com/groups/rundna Links Mentioned:rundna.com Connect with Steven: Website Xeroshoes.com Jointhemovementmovement.com Twitter@XeroShoes Instagram@xeroshoes Facebookfacebook.com/xeroshoes
The FCS College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews, picks and recaps the FCS Playoffs and the road to the Celebration Bowl. Pick Dundee (@TheColbyD) and Mike Rose (@GCG_Wins) break down every game on the upcoming schedule and key in on their favorite plays of the weekend and what outcomes surprised them after last weeks FCS Playoffs and Bayou Classic. Are the North Dakota State Bisons and Cam Miller back after a dominating performance agains the Drake Bulldogs? Did the North Dakota Fighting Hawks have a disappointing comeback after losing at home to the Sacramento State Hornets? Should Grambling really be firing Hugh Jackson after just his 2nd season? Will Reese Poffenbarger and the Albany Great Danes put it on the Richmond Spiders in Albany, New York? Did East Tennessee State make a good hire in getting Tre Lamb to come over from Gardner Webb? Is it a good move for the Delaware Blue Hens to move to the FBS? Will the Montana Grizzlies put it on Delaware in Missoula, Montana this weekend? What should we expect from Chattanooga this weekend in the rematch against Furman? Could Bubba McDowell and Prairie View pull the upset against Florida A&M in the SWAC Championship? Will Mercer give South Dakota State all they can handle in Brookings, South Dakota? We talk it all and more on this FCS Playoffs Preview, Picks & Reaction episode of The FCS College Football Experience. ===================================================== Support us by supporting our partners Gametime code SGPN - Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code SGPN for $20 off your first purchase - https://gametime.co/ Underdog Fantasy code SGPN - 100% Deposit Match up to $100 - https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-sgpn 4:42 Discuss with fellow degens on Discord - https://sg.pn/discord SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out SGPN.TV Support us by supporting our partners Underdog Fantasy code SGPN - 100% Deposit Match up to $100 - https://sg.pn/underdog Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/@TheCollegeExperience Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Slack - https://sg.pn/slack Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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The guys (@GamblingPodcast) give out their college football betting picks for Conference Championship week. Ryan and Sean are joined by Colby Dant (@TheColbyD) from The College Football Experience to talk about the big time matchups including the Big 10 Championship game, the SEC Championship game and more. Additionally they announce the new SGPN mascot. Podcast Timecodes 0:00 Intro 16:20 New Mexico State vs Liberty Predictions 18:33 Oregon vs Washington Predictions 23:25 Miami (OH) vs Toledo Predictions 25:57 Oklahoma State vs Texas Predictions 29:15 Boise State vs UNLV Predictions 32:07 Georgia vs Alabama Predictions 39:30 SMU vs Tulane Predictions 44:00 Appalachian State vs Troy Predictions 46:23 Louisville vs Florida State Prediction 54:37 Michigan vs Iowa Predictions 1:01:55 Richmond vs Albany Predictions 1:06:20 North Dakota State vs Montana State Predictions 1:07:35 Delaware vs Montana Predictions 1:10:14 Locks, Dogs, Teases & Final Thoughts JOIN the SGPN community #DegensOnly Exclusive Merch, Contests and Bonus Episodes ONLY on Patreon - https://sg.pn/patreon Discuss with fellow degens on Discord - https://sg.pn/discord SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out the Sports Gambling Podcast on YouTube - https://sg.pn/YouTube Check out our website - http://sportsgamblingpodcast.com SUPPORT us by supporting our partners Bet Rivers - Up To $500 Risk Free Bet - https://signupexpert.com/sgpn/rivers PrizePicks code SGPN - $100 deposit match - PrizePicks.com/sgpn Gametime code SGPN - Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code SGPN for $20 off your first purchase - https://gametime.co/ Hall Of Fame Bets code SGPN - 50% off your first month today - https://hof-bets.app.link/sgpn BetterHelp code SGPN - This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/SGPN and get on your way to being your best self. Factor Meals code SGPN50 - 50% off Factor Meals - https://www.factormeals.com/sgpn50 WATCH the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://sg.pn/Twitch FOLLOW The Sports Gambling Podcast On Social Media Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast FOLLOW The Hosts On Social Media Sean Green - http://www.twitter.com/seantgreen Ryan Kramer - http://www.twitter.com/kramercentric Gambling problem? Call CO, DC, IL, IN, LA, MD, MS, NJ, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV, WY Call 877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY) Call (MA) 21+ to wager. Please Gamble Responsibly. Call 1-800-NEXT-STEP (AZ), (KS, NV), (IA), for confidential help (MI) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
For the first time in a while, Mark "The Mark" welcomes another man that sits behind the mic and loves pro wrestling...."The King of Commentary" Justyn Caballero!! Mark and JC hit it off real quick by discussing their love for wrestling figures, video games, and the way they still set up matches in their down time. Find out what Caballero was going to college for before he mastered commentary in the wrestling business, what he thinks about the Montreal Screw job, how he discovered pro wrestling as a kid, and so much more! JC and Mark take some time to chat about a few of their favorites that lead them both to where they are now in the wrestling business, which is their true passions.All that and so much more with JC on this week's Can Crushers Spotlight.WWE Shop Purchase merchandise from WWE Shop by clicking this link and you will support our show!Collar X Elbow - The Wrestling Brand Use promo code CanCrushers to save 10% off your order!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showLooking for a podcast player that offers seamless sync across iOS/Android/Web/Desktop? Join Podurama today with 50% off lifetime premium (for a limited time).https://podurama.com/podcast/can-crushers-wrestling-podcast-i1395497527 Order your Can Crushers Merch: https://can-crushers-wrestling-podcast.creator-spring.com/Remember, just because your trash it doesn't mean you can't do great things! It's called a garbage CAN not a garbage CAN NOT!
On this episode, Sam reacts to Delaware moving to the FBS. He dives into what type of impact this has on the FCS, attempting to balance this move hurting the FCS and that the FCS is getting watered down while still trying to calm the “FCS is going to die” online freakouts.The second half of the pod then previews what should be an excellent second round of FCS playoff action.The podcast is presented by HERO Sports and BetMGM. Visit https://herosports.com/ for FCS coverage and https://sports.betmgm.com/en/sports for online betting odds.
Many spots on Delmarva had a nice surprise Tuesday morning (if you like snow, of course)! Flurries accompanied a big push of arctic air that brought the coldest day since mid March. Meteorologist Erich Ahlf and Chief Meteorologist Rich Wirdzek talk about what this might mean for the month of December and continue to analyze the factors that will shape the upcoming winter in mid-Atlantic.
Delaware's move to Conference USA is official, Oregon State & Washington State are in the final stages of a scheduling agreement with the Mountain West, East Carolina AD Jon Gilbert talks NIL funding/football and more. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at www.d1ticker.com/.
The United States Marines were born during the American Revolution, as an innovative, multi-faceted fighting force on land and sea. We talk with Major General Jason Q. Bohm, a 30 year veteran of the Marines, and author of Washington's Marines: The Origins of the Corps and the American Revolution 1775-1777. General Bohm tells us about the Marines' birth, their first engagements along the Delaware and in seizing munitions in the Bahamas, and the beginnings of the Marine Corps' legacy, tradition, and effectiveness.
The USACE dredges more than 200 million cubic yards of sediments every year as part of their mission to ensure that ports and waterways remain open to traffic. In S5E6, we talked with Lt. Gen. Spellman, the 55th Chief of Engineers and the Commanding General of USACE, about his 70/30 goal to increase the beneficial use of these sediment from about 30% up to 70% by the year 2030. Supporting the USACE environmental protection and restoration missions, this ambitious goal calls for innovative uses of sediment. Our guests are advancing the practice of thin layer placement (TLP) through the development of new guidelines based on leading practice applications. In Season 6, Episode 9, hosts Sarah Thorne and Jeff King, Lead of the EWN® Program at USACE, welcome Candice Piercy, Research Environmental Engineer at the Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), USACE; Ram Mohan, Senior Principal at Anchor QEA and Adjunct Professor at Texas A&M University; and Monica Chasten, Coastal Engineer and Project Manager in the Philadelphia District, USACE. Candice and Ram coauthored the recently published Guidelines for How to Approach Thin-Layer Placement Projects with their colleague, Tim Welp, a renowned dredging expert who passed away in 2021. Tim was the inspiration behind the guidelines, and this episode is dedicated to him. Monica is an innovator and leading light in the dredging community with responsibilities for keeping open the coastal navigation channels in NJ and Delaware. She was an early adopter of EWN and one of the first movers of beneficial use of dredge materials. TLP is defined as the purposeful placement of thin layers of sediment (e.g., dredged material) in an environmentally acceptable manner to achieve a target elevation or thickness. As Candice explains, “TLP really reflects a different approach where we're purposefully placing the material in relatively thin lifts to accomplish an ecological objective. We're often doing this because the natural process of sediments collecting in our marshes is not sufficient for it to keep up with rising sea levels.” Early in his career, Ram wondered whether dredged material could be used as a resource to improve coastal habitats. TLP essentially consists of spraying dredge material so that it rains down in a very gentle manner. Rom notes, “Whether you place it over a marsh or in a subaquatic habitat, this low stress placement method allows it to gently deposit over the existing bottom, making it very conducive to future recovery within two to three growing seasons.”Monica gets passionate about sediment and doing the right things with it. “Prior to becoming a Project Manager for navigation projects, I was working on beach fill projects for the Corps where every grain of sediment is incredibly valuable. Then I moved into the navigation world in the back bays in NJ where we were basically throwing beautiful sediment away. Looking at all types of sediment and how we could use it innovatively became a mission for me.”Jeff notes, “Sediment is supposed to move and be transported by natural processes in various areas of estuarine systems. When we take it out, we're starving the wetlands. With TLP, these systems are going to be much better off.” Jeff adds that LTG Spellmon's 70/30 goal and the new guidelines are game-changing: “I talk with practitioners all over the country, and I know people have been eagerly awaiting them. They are really going to move the needle.”For more information and resource links, please visit the EWN Podcast page on the EWN website at https://www.engineeringwithnature.org/ • Jeff King at LinkedIn• Candice Piercy at EWN• Ram Mohan at LinkedIn• Monica Chasten at EWN