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The Horn Austin
Former Westlake Coach Todd Dodge On Induction to TXHSFB HOF (July 5, 2022)

The Horn Austin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 12:24


Former Westlake Coach Todd Dodge On Induction to TXHSFB HOF (July 5, 2022) by The Horn 104.9 & AM 1260

Talking Mopars
Episode 139: Hi-Performance Heritage Friday Night LIVE - Dutch Guys Garage & 1976-1980 F-Body Mopars

Talking Mopars

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 126:39


Tonight on this special live edition of Hi-Performance Heritage I have my buddy Dusten Ransom from Dutch Guys Garage (subscribe on YT!) on the show to drop some knowledge on the Mopars that so many Mopar "enthusiasts" love to hate, the 1976-1980 F-Body Dodge Aspens and Plymouth Volare's. Enjoy! NO MOPAR LEFT BEHIND! ***Subscribe to Dutch Guys Garage on YT! →Website: TalkingMopars.com →Facebook: facebook.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Instagram: instagram.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Talking Mopars Merch: talkingmopars.creator-spring.com →The Talking Mopars Channel Home Page: youtube.com/talkingmoparspodcast →Affiliates: talkingmopars.com/p/affiliates/ *If you enjoyed this video, be sure to subscribe to the Talking Mopars YouTube channel, as well as the Talking Mopars Podcast on your favorite podcast listening app to get the latest episodes as they are released.* Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on Talking Mopars are those of the host, and/or guest(s), and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any party not present, or directly involved in this video/podcast. Any content provided by Talking Mopars, or guest(s) of Talking Mopars, are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, Talking Mopars cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Talking Mopars assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Talking Mopars recommends safe practices when working on vehicles, and/or with the tools and products seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, products, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user, and not Talking Mopars. Talking Mopars is not affiliated with Stellantis in any way. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Mopar, HEMI, and SRT are registered trademarks of Stellantis.

St. Paul's UMC - Brick, NJ Podcast
July 3, 2022 9AM – “Rev. Dr. Evan W. Dodge”

St. Paul's UMC - Brick, NJ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 12:43


Crown Unfiltered - Car Design Podcast
Car Design Podcast - Ralph Gilles | Crown Unfiltered Ep #72

Crown Unfiltered - Car Design Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 74:58


Video version of this: https://youtu.be/-wxbrwl0Y70   ABOUT RALPH: Ralph is the Chief Design Officer for the Stellantis Group. This means that there are 15 brands that he oversees. These include Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Citroën, Dodge, Jeep, Lancia, and Maserati.   I would suggest that you go and watch the first series of 'Abstract' on Netflix. It is a series that I keep referring to and I profess to have watched it almost as many times as 'Stepbrothers.'   It has had a profound impact on me and the reason that I am going on about it is that Ralph has casually got an episode dedicated solely to him and his work.   I have to admit that I was not completely cool in this talk with him. I was fangirling a little, and probably too aware of how insanely valuable his time is.   Needless to say, he was incredibly kind and full of wisdom on so many levels.   Ralph is an incredible leader that has achieved insane levels of success in, quite literally, record time, and all in the face of adversity.   It also needs to be said that you would be hard-pushed to find anyone with a negative word to say about him. Ralph has been vocal in his advocacy of teamwork and he knows that empowering his people results in everyone rising together.   I can't really say much else - Ralph is a total anomaly.   Thank you, Ralph!   FIND RALPH HERE: https://www.instagram.com/ralphgilles/   ====================================================   ABOUT ME: I am a South African Designer, Digital Modeller and the host of Crown Unfiltered. I will be talking to a cross section of people that work in the Car Design Industry. These will include designers, digital and clay modellers, vis artists and colour & material designers. The focus of our conversations will be centered around personal processes and experiences within the business. My aim is to demystify some of the preconceptions about this industry and give people an unadulterated glimpse into the business. I also wish to give the younger generation the opportunity to see that the people that these professionals come in different shapes and sizes and some of them will be unknown. The intention is to see that you should always be yourself and not let your job define or change who you are. Please get in contact if there is something specific you would like me to cover. I would also be really grateful if you could subscribe and share the podcast with anyone that has an affinity for cars, design or both. Thank you! Sam   FIND ME HERE!!! : https://www.instagram.com/crownunfiltered/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sam-ofsowitz-8b7a531a/ https://twitter.com/SOfsowitz  https://www.facebook.com/crown.unfiltered.7         

Motorcop Chronicles Podcast
E.O.W. June 2022 (Tribute to Trooper Raymond C. Dodge EOW 7-2-1974)

Motorcop Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 37:33


June was not a good month for us, far to many killed by gunfire, I want to apologize, I started to get angry and had to pull myself back, this was not time for that, this is to remember and pay our respect to these HEROS that gave everything to protect people that they don't know. Go in peace brothers and sisters we have it from here, thank you for all you have done and given.

Sounds Like A Search And Rescue Podcast
Episode 65 - Evans Notch, Dodge to Lodge Update, Carrigain Notch, and Other Random White Mountain talk

Sounds Like A Search And Rescue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 93:55


https://slasrpodcast.com/  Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This week we are interviewing Stomp about a few past hikes that he has done that involve slides including Mount Lowell and Whitewall slide. In addition to those topics we/ve got some hikes planned over the long weekend so in preparation we looked up some history on the historical background of The Royce mountains and Evans Notch, All that and some recent search and rescue news. Donation Links Rebecca's Fundraising page to support Christopher's Haven Alzheimer's Association 48 Peaks NH Outdoor Council Order Free Stickers Fill out the form for free SLASR Stickers If you don't have a venmo, don't worry about the postage. We got some private donors to cover the postage cost for us.  Topics Stomp floats down the Pemi River Snowflake Mountain on Netflix Kids these days Steve Mason completes the Dodge2Lodge Route over the weekend Multi-State Hiker Vet entering the Whites with his bugle  AT Thru Hiker Carrying a giant log / wooden post has entered the Whites as of June 20 Hiker repels bear with bear spray  Dog Rescue on Moosilauke Merchandise Updates No Show on July 8th Donation Reminders Beer Talk, Recent Hikes, Notable Listener Hikes Congrats to Shandi!  Mount Lowell, Carrigain Notch and Whitewall Slide Evans Notch Discussion Recent Search and Rescue Show Notes Rek-lis Brewing Company Retail locations Apple Podcast link for 5 star reviews Tubing in New Hampshire Snowflake Mountain Multi-State Hiker Vet entering the Whites with his bugle  AT Thru Hiker Carrying a giant log / wooden post has entered the Whites as of June 20 Hiker repels bear with bear spray  Dog Rescue on Moosilauke Four Your Paws Only Pack A Paw Dog Harness Town of Gilead  East Royce Mountain About Evans Notch - Conway Daily Sun Hiker trapped in quicksand rescued Rescue beacon saves hiker who fell 400 feet on snowy slope Bad Girls Gone God film crew rescued on Echo Canyon Trail, AZ Dog that fell off 50 foot cliff difficult to find as it matched the color of the rocks Youth operator injured while riding ATV Fish & Game to deadly Connecticut River crash Climbers assisted off Cannon Cliffs

Sharp & Benning
June 29 Seg 6 Donnie Dodge From The Nebraska Pro Wrestling Hall Of Fame

Sharp & Benning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 11:00


Gary Sharp and Damon Benning host weekday mornings 6 am - 10 am on 1620 the Zone.

Total Offroad Podcast
EP.132 Shaft Tech

Total Offroad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 88:29


The first few minutes are slow but I think the meat starts at about 24 minutes. we talk shafts and derek has lots of tech to add.  This episdoe is brought to you by the patrons.  www.Patreon.com/totaloffroadpodcast  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbBDXMM-smPx9Ct44sRBY6Q  www.instagram.com/total_offroad_podcast  www.instagram.com/low_kee_xj  www.instagram.com/Dmanbluesfreak  www.instagram.com/mikesofunny  https://www.snailtrail4x4.com/snail-trail-4x4-podcast/ 

Digital Diamonds Podcast
Dardi - Dodge [DD091] | Free Download

Digital Diamonds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 5:54


Latest discovery by Digital Diamonds is Dardi from Melbourne, Australia. Absorb his bouncy beats and diverse basslines ranging from moody atmospheric ambient soundscapes through to dark cosmic party tunes. #purepsychedelictechno

The Best of Times Radio Hour

Radio show host, Gary Calligas will have Tracy Gendron, PhD on his Saturday, June 25th “The Best of Times Radio Hour” at 9:05 AM on News Radio 710 KEEL to explore age bias and discuss how to end it. You can also listen to this radio talk show streaming LIVE on the internet at www.710KEEL.com. and streaming LIVE on 101.7 FM or via the RadioPUP or KEEL app on apple and android devices. For more information, please visit these websites at www.thebestoftimesnews.com and www.hebertstandc.com. This radio show is proudly presented by AARP Louisiana and Hebert's Town and Country of Shreveport featuring – Dodge, Chrysler, Ram, and Jeep vehicles and service.

Special Education Inner Circle
#136: AAC Strategies for Middle and High School Students with Dr. Cheri Dodge Chin

Special Education Inner Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:23


Let's talk about AAC and our OLDER students! We talk all the time about early interventions for speech, but it's never too late to look at different ways AAC and support can be helpful for middle, high, and transition students. Dr. Cheri Dodge Chin has the strategies you need to help your older students succeed with AAC! Cheri Dodge Chin, ClinScD, CCC/SLP has 20 years of clinical experience as a speech-language pathologist, assistive technology consultant, business owner, mentor, and adjunct professor. She has worked in pediatric private practice, rehabilitation, clinics, public schools, and universities. Her research focuses on training adult communication partners to help children with profound speech and language difficulties. Learn to Become a Master IEP Coach www.masterIEPcoach.com/info Get free weekly IEP training! www.masterIEPcoach.com/masterclass Get expert IEP Help you can't get anywhere else! www.masterIEPcoach.com/innercircle Get in Touch with Dr. Cheri Dodge Chin Website: https://superpowerspeech.com/ Social Media: @superpowerspeech Link for Cheri's course: https://superorganizedslp.com

Legends of the Old West
ENCORE I DODGE CITY Ep. 4: “The Battle of the Plaza”

Legends of the Old West

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 30:04


After a shocking murder in April 1878, another murder rocks Dodge City in October. Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson and an all-star posse attempt to bring the killer to justice. A year later, Wyatt and Bat leave town for good. Bat gambles in Colorado, but he soon joins Wyatt in Tombstone, Arizona. But Bat's time in Tombstone is brief, as he finds himself called back to Dodge to save his younger brother. Join Black Barrel+ for bingeable seasons with no commercials: blackbarrel.supportingcast.fm/join For more details, visit our website www.blackbarrelmedia.com and check out our social media pages. We're @OldWestPodcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Art of Making Things Happen (Bluefishing)  Steve Sims

Since beginning his career in 1988, Justin Bell has achieved many significant racing accomplishments, including the 1997 FIA GT2 World Championship, winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1998 and second-place finishes in Le Mans and Daytona, and a pair of SCCA Trans-Am wins. Early in his career, Justin made consistent progress through a variety of racing categories, while appearing in various television programs. In 1993, he was co-host of the motor sports television program 555 Performance World, which ran on Asia's largest satellite network Star TV and was seen by over 80 million viewers. This led to him hosting a six part series, The International Young Driver of the Year on BBC television. Currently Justin is working with the racing network Speed Channel as on-air talent for the American Le Mans Series. Along the way he raced for major car manufacturers including Saab, Peugeot, Porsche, BMW, Dodge and General Motors. For Dodge Viper, he won the 1997 FIA GT2 world championship and the GT2 class at Le Mans in 1998. In 2000 Justin signed with General Motors as a driver for the factory Corvette Racing team, finishing second in the Daytona 24 Hours, the 24 Hours of Le Mans and Petit Le Mans. Today he resides in Los Angeles and is currently writing new shows, hosting for clients and trying to figure out how to become rich and famous.

Birds All Day
Jays dodge Yankees sweep with a crucial comeback win, is Ryu's time in Toronto up & White Sox preview

Birds All Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 55:02


Is it accurate to say the Blue Jays just aren't up to the Yankees' level of play this season, or is Toronto's current state more nuanced than that? Drew and Kaitlyn recap the Jays-Yankees series and examine the most glaring differences between the two clubs. The pair then run down the list of injured Blue Jays. Is it fair to say Hyun-jin Ryu's time in Toronto is over? What's next for Nate Pearson? Though the Chicago White Sox are falling short of expectations this season, the Jays' shouldn't overlook them. Follow Drew on Twitter: @DrewGROF Follow Kaitlyn on Twitter: @kaitlyncmcgrath Subscribe to The Athletic for just $1/month for 6 months by visiting: theathletic.com/spinrate Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CU Succeed with Veridian
Omaha Dodge Branch

CU Succeed with Veridian

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 8:06


On this episode of CU Succeed we sit down with Alex Ablan, the Branch Manager of the Omaha Dodge Branch that will be opening soon. He shares what services you can expect at the new branch and how this helps us expand our footprint in the Omaha-Council Bluffs area. Episode recorded 4/22/2022.

LenJones Party of 2
Matt Dodge - UFC & NFL Sports Agent & Redefining Cigars with Sigars.com

LenJones Party of 2

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 70:06


#141 - Matt Dodge is the CEO and Co-founder of Sigars.com. Matt is also both a UFC and NFL sports agent who started his own sports agency at a very young age. Instagram: @ianlenhart @matthewDodge

Two Guys on Block Island
Ep. 60: Amy Dodge- Not Her Lane

Two Guys on Block Island

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 73:20


SPOILER ALERT!Amy Dodge Lane is NOT named after Amy Dodge. Well, it is. It's not like a "who's buried in Grant's Tomb?" kind of thing. Amy Dodge Lane is named after Amy Dodge but just not THIS Amy Dodge.Lane or no lane Amy's road to Block Island and later Providence where she serves as a public defender is an interesting one. The Dodge name goes waaaaaaaaaaay back out here. And with that kind of history there are plenty of stories to be told.Listen in as Amy talks about her Block Island life, her illustrious family and how she eventually left to pursue justice. Marc and Amy reminisce as any old friends would do. And sometimes old friends like to tease each other. See how Amy expertly handles Marc's smart-alecky jabs with the cool demeanor that anyone facing five to ten would hope for in their legal counsel.

Nerf's LOLs at 5:05
LOL DON DENVER'S DODGE PICK-UP TOURS

Nerf's LOLs at 5:05

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 1:09


Pawlik Automotive Podcast
2009 Dodge Sprinter, Driveshaft Bearing Repair

Pawlik Automotive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 7:17


Talking Mopars
Episode 136: Hi-Performance Heritage Quick History - The Dodge Little Red Wagon

Talking Mopars

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 10:18


One thing I've wanted to do for a while is do Hi-Performance Heritage Mini Episodes called Quick History. These will be shorter episodes, but I think it would be fun to do them because it might afford me the time to provide more episodes per month. So we are going to experiment in the next few episodes and highlight the people and Mopars that have helped to shape the Hi-Performance Heritage and history of Mopars. No fluff, just facts. There is just so much to cover in the world of Mopar that this might be the way to cover more of Mopar history more often. On this first installment of Hi-Performance Heritage: Quick History we are going to talk about The Dodge Little Red Wagon. Social Media: @TalkingMoparsPodcast Subscribe to my YouTube: Talking Mopars Podcast Exclusive Bonus Content: Become A Supporter On FB Affiliates: GET YOUR MOPAR COVERED! Special thanks to my friends at DIYHEMI.com!

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 1,220 with Scott Simons Interviewing Jon Paramore

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 66:41


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Scott Simons! Scott Simons is Moving Lives Forward, Co Host of the Breakfast of Champions Clubhouse Room, President/Managing Partner CMA's Valley Chrysler, Dodge, Honda, Jeep, Nissan, RAM, Subaru, VW Car Dealerships, Deputy Sheriff Reserve, OG Member of the Arete Syndicate, Apex, and Investor in Multiple Businesses across many Industries! 

Detrás del Volante con Leslie
E103 Aventura 4x4 con los vehículos de grupo Stellantis y con accesorios Mopar, conoce más sobre las ventajas de Moparizar tu auto

Detrás del Volante con Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 21:22


En este episodio platicamos con el nuevo Director de Mopar en México ya que pudimos viajar junto con el y la diferente gama de vehículos 4X4 que manejamos en una gran aventura con mujeres periodistas. Pusimos a prueba varios modelos de Jeep y algunas versiones de RAM y conocimos más de los servicios que tiene Mopar con todo grupo Stellantis y conoce las ventajas que tienes si Moparizas tu auto con ellos. Importante mantener la garantía de tu auto siempre y los accesorios Mopar ya los puedes encontrar en Mercado Libre y en Amazon, además de todos los concesionarios del grupo Stellantis como Fiat, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep y hasta Peugeot no olviden que ahora esta marca también puede contar con diferentes accesorios. No te lo pierdas y conoce las ventajas de acercarte a Mopar

DT Radio Shows
Vibe - Rite With Groovy Drew 006 Feat. Mitch Dodge

DT Radio Shows

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 59:07


Like the Radio Show? Click the [Repost] ↻ button so more people can hear it! Follow us on Soundcloud: @data-transmission Follow us on Soundcloud: @datatransmission Follow our House Music Spotify Playlist: goo.gl/dHX1Cr Want more house music, tech house, deep tech, minimal? Subscribe to our Youtube Channel - bit.ly/dtytube Listen to DT Radio: Website: bit.ly/DTSite1 Pop Up: bit.ly/DTRadioPopUp1 Follow Data Transmission: Instagram: goo.gl/6LqfCJ Spotify: goo.gl/p1gaWy YouTube: goo.gl/3JmFbF Facebook: goo.gl/ZAsYwY Twitter: goo.gl/o1ZF3P iTunes Podcast: goo.gl/TK1Xxu Spotify Podcast: spoti.fi/31KIS6s Mixcloud Podcast: bit.ly/30CzOk0

The Best of Times Radio Hour
2022 Balloon Festival in Shreveport-Bossier City

The Best of Times Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022


Radio show host, Gary Calligas will have Matthew Hammock with the Shreveport-Bossier Sports Commission on his Saturday, June 11th “The Best of Times Radio Hour” at 9:05 AM on News Radio 710 KEEL to discuss the upcoming 2022 Balloon Festival which will take place on June 23 through June 25th in the Shreveport and Bossier City area. You can also listen to this radio talk show streaming LIVE on the internet at www.710KEEL.com. and streaming LIVE on 101.7 FM or via the RadioPUP or KEEL app on apple and android devices. For more information, please visit these websites at www.thebestoftimesnews.com and www.hebertstandc.com. This radio show is proudly presented by AARP Louisiana and Hebert's Town and Country of Shreveport featuring – Dodge, Chrysler, Ram, and Jeep vehicles and service.

Subway To Shea
Mets Dodge Serious Injuries; Avoiding The June Swoon!

Subway To Shea

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 29:34


This week on the Subway To Shea Podcast (Episode 65), I discuss: - The Mets avoiding serious injuries with Starling Marte & Pete Alonso. - Re-emergence of J.D. Davis. - Eduardo Escobar heats up. - Chris Bassitt's struggles. - The return of 'Big Drip' Tylor Megill Plus, how Mets fans can avoid the June swoon! ______________________________________________ Co-Hosting Talkin' Mets w/ Mike Silva: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hollywood-ending/id271866252?i=1000565314426 Guest on The Metsian Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-metsian-podcast-do-you-hear-footsteps-maybe-the-mets-do/id1340012396?i=1000565912988 ______________________________________________ Read my articles for Rising Apple: https://risingapple.com/author/arivera1/ ______________________________________________ Follow on Twitter: @SubwayToShea & @AntRivera86 Follow on Instagram: @SubwayToShea Intro Song: Ride It Like You Mean It- Kristian Leo Outro Song: Sky- OBOY --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/subwaytoshea/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/subwaytoshea/support

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #89: Mountain High & Dodge Ridge President and CEO Karl Kapuscinski

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 87:45


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Paid subscribers receive thousands of extra words of content each month, plus all podcasts three days before free subscribers.WhoKarl Kapuscinski, President and CEO of Mountain High and Dodge Ridge, CaliforniaRecorded onJune 6, 2022About Mountain HighClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Invision Capital and Karl KapuscinskiLocated in: Wrightwood, CaliforniaClosest neighboring ski areas: Mt. Waterman (45 minutes), Mt. Baldy (1 hour, 15 minutes – they’re only 8.4 miles apart as the crow flies, but 57.4 miles apart via road!), Snow Valley (1 hour, 25 minutes), Big Bear/Snow Summit (1 hour 40 minutes)Base elevation | summit elevation | vertical drop:West Resort: 7,000 feet | 8,000 feet | 1,000 feetEast Resort: 6,600 feet | 8,200 feet | 1,600 feetNorth Resort: 7,200 feet | 7,800 feet | 600 feetSkiable Acres: 290Average annual snowfall: 117 inchesNight skiing: North onlyTrail count: 60 (35% advanced, 40% intermediate, 25% beginner)West Resort: 34 (1 expert, 16 advanced, 12 intermediate, 5 beginner)East Resort: 16 trails (1 expert, 4 advanced, 7 intermediate, 4 beginner)North Resort: 10 trails (6 intermediate, 4 beginner)Lift count: 14 (2 high-speed quads, 2 fixed-grip quads, 3 triples, 4 doubles, 3 carpets - view Lift Blog’s inventory of Mountain High’s lift fleet)West Resort: 1 high-speed quad, 3 triples, 2 doubles, 2 carpetsEast Resort: 1 high-speed quad, 1 quad, 2 doubles, 1 carpetNorth Resort: 1 quadAbout Dodge RidgeClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Invision Capital and Karl KapuscinskiLocated in: Pinecrest, CaliforniaClosest neighboring ski areas: Bear Valley (2 hours, 6 minutes), June Mountain (2 hours, 24 minutes), Mammoth Mountain (2 hours, 37 minutes), Badger Pass (2 hours, 45 minutes), Kirkwood (2 hours 58 minutes)Base elevation: 6,600 feetSummit elevation: 8,200 feetVertical drop: 1,600 feetSkiable Acres: 862Average annual snowfall: 300 to 500 inchesNight skiing: NoTrail count: 67 (40% advanced, 40% intermediate, 20% beginner)Lift count: 12 (1 fixed-grip quad, 2 triples, 5 doubles [2 of these doubles - lifts 1 and 2 below, are making way for one triple chair for the 2022-23 ski season], 1 T-bar, 1 ropetow, 2 conveyors - view Lift Blog’s of inventory Dodge Ridge’s lift fleet)Why I interviewed himIn the Midwest of my youth, the calculus was simple: north, cold; south, warm. The only weather quirk was lake-effect snow, tumbling off Michigan and Superior in vast snowbelts west and north, and across that mysterious realm known as the UP. Altitude wasn’t a factor because there was no altitude. Iowa, Nebraska, the Dakotas get rounded up by the chortling masses reaching for a flatland target to ridicule, but they overlook Michigan by ignorance, or, if they’re Michiganders, denial and self-preservation. Midland County, where I grew up, is the flattest place I have ever seen, a forever plain that disguises itself in treed horizons.  It was California that alerted me to the notion that altitude could override latitude. It could snow in the south. You just had to get to the sky. The mountains went there. Humans have so overrun modern SoCal that it is easy to forget what an amazing natural monster it is: foreversummer – or at least foreverspring – on the coast. From the beach with bare feet in the sand you can see the mountains*, snow-capped and forbidding, impossible and amazing, thrusting Tolkien-ish over pulsing Los Angeles. Beyond that, deserts vast and inhospitable, stretching hundreds of miles toward the rest of America. Cross that wasteland to understand why California so often feels like a nation of its own – geologically, it may as well be.But what we care about here are those mountains. There is no reason that LA, America’s second-largest city, must have skiing. But it does. Big Bear and Snow Summit, Baldy and Waterman, Snow Valley and Mountain High. From the ocean, the land lurches skyward with astonishing speed. Mt. Waterman, 40 straightline miles from the coast, sits at 7,000 feet. Mt. Baldy, base elevation 6,500, is 52 miles. Snow Valley, 6,800 feet, 67 miles. Snow Summit, 6,965 feet, 74 miles. Big Bear, 73 miles, 7,104 feet. And Mountain High, seated between 6,600 and 7,200 feet, depending upon which parking lot you pull into on any given day, standing 52-ish miles from the ocean.And it snows. Not what-the-hell amounts. This isn’t Tahoe. But enough that, 98 years ago, someone said “well by gum we ought to be snowskiing on these here hills” (in my head, everyone in the past either talks like Yosemite Sam or Winston Churchill), and set up a snowskiing operation at Mountain High. The ski areas of Southern California are not, like the Poconos or the mountains of the Southeast, the products of technology, of machines providing snow where nature provided hills and cold. Mountain High is the fourth-oldest ski area in the country, opened in 1924. Snow Valley opened in 1937. Waterman in ‘42. Big Bear in ‘46. Baldy and Snow Summit in ‘52. From a technology point of view, 1924 may as well have been a different planet. Electricity was this newfangled thing. Forget about snowmaking, or even chairlifts. I’m almost positive dudes must have been up there in top hats and bowties. And indeed here’s a photo of a fellow rocking a kerchief while smoking his pipe:I’ve been processing this for decades, and it still amazes me: there is skiing in Southern California. Of the many geological and geographic wonders packed into our sprawling continent, the mountains-looming-over-the-seaside-city phenomenon remains one of the most stunning in its asymmetric, improbable glory.And here, in the clouds, dwells Mountain High. Once, this complex was three competing ski areas, fighting it out for families scaling the mountains in rear-wheel drive Buicks and skiing in peacoats. Everything is different now. Those three ski areas – Blue Ridge (West), Holiday Hill (East), and Table Mountain ne Sunlight (North) – are still three separate ski areas, but they operate as one. The cars are better, the gear is better. Vapers and backpack speakers rule the day (Though were I to spy a chap swiveling downslope with poles tucked underarm while puffing on a pipe, I daresay I would invite the old swell to a game of backgammon and a bottle of my finest mead [and there’s the Churchill]). Somewhere along the way, Mountain High installed chairlifts, and then, snowmaking. But despite all this change, a century on, there is still skiing in Southern California. And what a marvelous fact that is.*“on a clear day,” one must always addWhat we talked aboutThe 2021-22 ski season at Mountain High and Dodge Ridge; a record broken at Dodge Ridge; growing up at Ascutney, Vermont; ascending the ranks to the top of Mountain High; Ascutney’s disadvantages compared to the rest of Vermont; how three once-separate ski areas united to form the modern Mountain High; the novel big-business prospects of “snow play” zones at the base of high-altitude urban-adjacent ski areas; why snow play is “drought-resistant”; Mountain High’s snowmaking source, limitations, technology and potential; the incredible efficiency of modern snowmaking; undeveloped land within Mountain High’s permit area and whether we could see expansion anytime soon; the possibility of connecting Mountain High East and West, and whether that would be done through lifts or skiing; the mountain-to-mountain connection we’re most likely to see; humoring me on the could-we-connect-North-to-East-and-West-with-a-gondola question; the most likely next lift upgrade at Mountain High and what it would take to make it happen; whether we could ever see Mountain High North expand lifts back down into the bowl where trails ran at the old Sunrise ski area; the cultural importance of night skiing and why it’s unlikely to ever expand beyond its current footprint; why Kapuscinski purchased Dodge Ridge last year; how Dodge Ridge is “very culturally different” from Mountain High; the amazing percentage of Dodge Ridge skiers that also have an Epic or Ikon pass; a long-term vision for Dodge Ridge; replacing chair 1 and 2 with a single lift this summer, and how the new alignment will enhance the experience for beginners; how much money the ski area is saving by putting in a new lift rather than a used one; possible alignments for high-speed lifts at Dodge Ridge; what a high-speed lift will run you these days; thoughts on Lift 8; the big expansion opportunities at Dodge Ridge and what sort of terrain skiers would find there; the differences between running a ski area that relies heavily on snowmaking and one that doesn’t; Dodge Ridge’s nascent snowmaking system; whether the ski area could ever get night skiing; reciprocity between Dodge Ridge and Mountain High season passes; the Saturday problem; the number of season passes each mountain sells; an estimate of Ikon Pass sales in Southern California; forming the Powder Alliance; and whether the ski areas are considering joining the Indy Pass.   Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewKapuscinski has been the king of Mountain High for decades, taking the CEO job in the mid-90s and eventually buying out his partners to take full control of the resort. He gradually grew the place, and in 2004 purchased nearby Sunrise, now Mountain High North, in what was essentially – as he tells me in the interview – an estate sale.That may have been practice for what came last summer, when Kapuscinski purchased big and snowy Dodge Ridge from Frank and Sally Helm, who had run the joint for 45 years.“I’d had my eye on Dodge Ridge for quite some time,” Kapuscinski tells me in the interview. “It was an area that I knew probably wouldn’t draw a ton of interest from the bigger ski companies. There’s not a lot of those areas that are well-positioned, where they still have a fair amount of upside, but aren’t going to get gobbled up by the bigger ski companies.”Dodge Ridge is one of a series of larger-than-you’d-think ski areas – Bear Valley and China Peak are the others – that hangs off the west side of the Sierras, in an awkward limbo that’s invisible to Epic- and Ikon-wielding skiers racing off to Mammoth and Tahoe. It’s a bit of a time machine, a fixed-grip redoubt that lacks material amounts of snowmaking and is seated, in a very un-California way, far from a large city or interstate. But it has terrain, room to expand, and 300-plus inches of snow per season. That’s plenty to work with.With a full season of operations behind him, I figured it was a good time to check in with Kapuscinski to see where Dodge Ridge was sitting and where he planned to take it, and how the ski area may work with Mountain High – six hours away – to form a little in-state ski network. He has plenty of ideas, particularly when it comes to blowing out the lift fleet. Dodge Ridge skiers tired of the 10-minute ride up Lift 7 are going to like where Kapuscinski’s head is at with an upgrade. Things are already starting to happen: this summer, Chairs 1 and 2 are making way for a used-but-rebuilt replacement, and the resort has, for the first time, the whispers of a snowmaking system.With skier visits up across the country and multi-mountain passes opening the state’s resorts to a new generation of skiers, this is an exciting time for California skiing. Kapuscinski is, and will continue for some time to be, an important part of the whole scene.Questions I wish I’d askedGiven that Kapuscinski ran Stevens Pass for many years, I ought to have asked him about Vail’s struggles up in Washington this past season. There was enough, however, to talk about with his two ski areas, and that seemed like the better place to focus. I also neglected to ask which runs, in particular, Kapuscinski had in mind for Dodge Ridge trail improvements when he mentioned that as a priority.What I got wrongThis isn’t really something I got wrong so much as something I didn’t explain properly – when I mentioned Loon’s base-to-base railroad connection, I commented that it “would never get environmental approval” in California. The reason why is that this is an old-fashioned steam train with an exhaust pipe that would embarrass the Onceler:I’m sure it’s grandfathered in in New Hampshire as some sort of tourist novelty, but any base-to-base transit between Mountain High East and West would have to, um, not run on wood. Not that they would propose it, but that explains my remark in the podcast.Why you should ski Mountain High and Dodge RidgeThere was a moment, before I turned against it, when I was in thrall to U.S. America’s car-first notion of civilization-building. Dropping out of the high desert after a cross-country roadtrip my buddy Ron and I found Los Angeles and its spectacular network of freeways. For days we explored, Midwest teenagers awestruck and eager, zippering through staggered herds of Hondas and BMWs in a beat-up GMC pickup with a topper and a brand-new transmission we’d acquired after a mid-night breakdown in Victorville*. What was this magical realm, sandwiched between sparkling ocean and spectacular mountains, with its Beach Brah vibe and its bristling subtext of hustle and ambition? City-strong, nature-adjacent, nearly rainless with moderate coastal temps, it struck me as a sort of American Utopia, everything great about the nation organized into a self-contained realm.It was the skiing, as mentioned above, that most fascinated me. Access to winter without the doldrums of winter, the ice and the wind, the endless months in jackets and boots, the extra 20 minutes in the morning to warm and de-ice the car and clear it of snow. While my infatuation with Southern California freeway culture would not last the week – shattered in a four-hour dead stop southbound on the 5 while the authorities tended to an overturned and fire-blackened vehicle – my belief in the awesomeness of its top-of-the-world skiing never abated. Most of America’s warm-weather cities – Miami, Houston, Dallas – are considerable journeys from easy turns. Not Los Angeles. There are a half dozen choices, right there. Vertical drops up to 2,000 feet. Glades aplenty and skiing into May when the snow comes. Parks, nights, whatever you want. I’m not saying it’s Mammoth. But I’m saying that it’s right goddamn there, and that’s pretty incredible.I never did move to Los Angeles, or anywhere in California. But if I had, I imagine I’d treat that halo of resilient little SoCal ski areas the same way I treat Mountain Creek now – as my local to notch turns between my runs farther north. The season passes are not expensive – Snow Valley’s is just $329 and grants you the option of a discounted Indy Pass add-on. Baldy and Mountain High run $499. Big Bear and Snow Summit are, of course, on the Ikon Pass, and I suppose that’s become the default for so many Southern California residents as a result. But Mountain High remains compelling – North is a beginner’s paradise, completely free of Radbrahs. West is a parks and night-skiing haven. East is the more traditional trails-and-glades option. I guess many people in Southern California simply choose none-of-the-above and wait out winter between trips to Tahoe and Salt Lake. Which, OK. But, I don’t know man, if there’s turns to be had, I’m taking them.Dodge Ridge is a whole different thing. How, exactly, does a mountain sandwiched between Tahoe and Mammoth stand out? Well, by not being Tahoe or Mammoth. The terrain gets plenty of snow. The mountain is big enough. It’s a good place to hide out, especially from high-speed lift snobs with the patience of a fruit fly, who act as though a 10-minute lift ride were the equivalent of waterboarding.Kapuscinski seems committed to changing that and upgrading the rusty lift fleet, but the mountain will always be a smaller alternative to California’s ski resort royalty. He told me in the interview that an amazing percentage of Dodge Ridge passholders also have an Epic or Ikon Pass. For them, Dodge Ridge is where they go when they can’t – or don’t want to – go to the chest-beaters. It is, as Kapuscinski says, “a multi-generational mountain.” Meaning, for a lot of people, it’s home.*To this day (this was 1996), my buddy is convinced that it was my insistence to reroute off I-70 and up US 6 in Colorado that strained the transmission to its breaking point later in the journey. He’s probably right, but I really, you know, NEEDED, to drive past Arapahoe Basin.More Mountain HighIn our interview, Kapuscinski mentioned mothballed plans for a gondola to connect the resort to lower-altitude terrain, which would have eliminated the need for “mountain driving.” I couldn’t find any of these old plans – if you have any materials on this, please send them over.I had a lot of fun poking around in the archives for trailmaps to Mountain High’s predecessor resorts. Here are a few:Table Mountain/Sunlight (now Mountain High North)Poma #1 in this 1970 trailmap of Table Mountain runs in the approximate line of the modern-day Sunlight quad at Mountain High North. Lift service is now restricted to the top portion of the mountain, and Poma #3 on this map stretches down into a bowl that is just a wide-open snowfield on the current trailmap. Holiday Hill (now Mountain High East)It’s hard to make out the modern hill in this map from 1976.In this version, it’s easier to recognize the basic footprint of modern-day Mountain High East. I’m not entirely confident on the date here, as skimap.org suggests this is from 1980, and some sources indicate that the resort merged with its neighbor in 1979.Mountain High WestI couldn’t find any trailmaps of Blue Ridge, as West was originally known. But this 1978 map of the ski area is pretty cool. You can see the outline of modern Mountain High West here: Chairlift #2 here runs along the approximate line of modern-day Lift 6, Exhibition. The resort long ago abandoned the Wild West-themed trailnames, but, for context, “Calamity Jane” is “Calamity” at the modern ski area.This podcast hit paid subscribers’ inboxes on June 10. Free subscribers got it on June 13. To receive future pods as soon as they’re live, consider an upgrade.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 63/100 in 2022, and number 309 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane). You can also email skiing@substack.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

Michigan's AutoTalk Podcast
Michigan's AutoTalk Episode 60: "An inside look at 90 acres and 400+ cars of North America's largest auto museum...The Gilmore Car Museum"

Michigan's AutoTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 22:28


Michigan's AutoTalk Episode 60: "An inside look at 90 acres and 400+ cars of North America's largest auto museum...The Gilmore Car Museum," executive producer Phil Tower joins co-hosts Al Schwinkendorf and John Puhek for another live podcast recording from the Gilmore car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan. In this episode, Josh Russell, executive director of The Gilmore Car Museum, gives us an overview of the museum and its 90+ acres in Hickory Corners, MI. The idea for the Gilmore museum started in the early 1960s when Donald S. Gilmore began collecting vintage automobiles. Years that followed saw Gilmore collecting some of the world's most renowned automobiles.Gilmore then acquired 90 acres of land in Hickory Corners. Later, his wife Genevieve had the idea of turning the collection into a museum, so they established a non-profit foundation and opened the museum to the public for the first time on in the summer of 1966.56 years later, the Gilmore Car Museum is North America's largest auto museum with over 400 vehicles on display and over 190,000 square feet of exhibit space. Links for this episode:The Gilmore Car Museum online:https://gilmorecarmuseum.org/Like us on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/MichigansAutoTalkPodcastMichigan's AutoTalk podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts, Amazon Audio, Spreaker.com, Deezer, and Podcatcher.

Sound & Vision
Alex Dodge

Sound & Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 91:14


Visual artist Alex Dodge lives and works in Brooklyn, New York and Tokyo, Japan. His studio practice has consistently explored the promise of technology as it intersects with and shapes human experience. His work is deftly located between new media and traditional fine art disciplines including painting, printmaking, and sculpture. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. He holds degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design (BFA Painting) and New York University, Interactive Telecommunication Program (MPS). I spoke to Alex about early days in his noise band, figuring out how to make paintings, working in a gallery, going back to school and much more. Why I Make Art. the book based on the Sound & Vision podcast is now available. Many thanks to all those who have preordered the book. It's 336 pages filled with quotes by the many artists on this podcast, words of wisdom, features on 30 artists, some of the guest book artist sketches, color images of the work an introduction by Hrishikesh Hirway of the Song Exploder podcast. It's out on Atelier Editions, distributed by Artbook DAP and available on their websites as well as Amazon, Target, Barnes & Noble and other p[laces you can get books. It's 25 dollars and in my opinion well worth it. Order a copy today. You can find it at atelier-editions.com or artbook.com.

Real Presence Live
Deacon Michael Dodge, Diocese of Fargo - RPL 06.08.22 2/1

Real Presence Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 27:01


Speakin' with a Deacon!

The Eventful Entrepreneur with Dodge Woodall
#89. Dodge Woodall: The Best Bits From Bournemouth 7s Festival 2022

The Eventful Entrepreneur with Dodge Woodall

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 37:23


I sat down with Producer Dan to chat about how Bournemouth 7s Festival 2022 really went down!We talk about the highlights, challenges and standout moments from the 15th year of the festival.Thank you for your continued support, and roll on Bournemouth 7s 2023!Website: DodgeWoodall.comInstagram: @Dodge.WoodallLinkedIn: Dodge WoodallYouTube: Dodge Woodall See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Dale Jr. Download - Dirty Mo Media
385 - Jeremy Mayfield (Part Two): The Rise Before the Fall

The Dale Jr. Download - Dirty Mo Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 158:42


In part one with Jeremy Mayfield we dove head-first into the former driver's failed drug tests, lengthy court battles, indefinite suspension from NASCAR and the tangled web of alleged conspiracy that shrouds his story. Today, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Mike Davis speak with Mayfield about the mighty rise before his world came tumbling down. The Kentucky native started as a fabricator before working his way onto the Nashville Fairgrounds Late Model racing scene. Through hard work came opportunity. On the short track scene, Mayfield won races, even ones he wasn't supposed to be entered in. Yes, there's a story there! His short track success led to a rise into the upper-ranks of NASCAR. But at first, Mayfield didn't have the speed. So he had to get "creative" to gain and advantage. But first, he needed to get some soaked tires by NASCAR's technical inspection process. Mayfield reveals the "wink" that paved the way to furthering his young career. Mayfield opens up about negotiations with Cale Yarborough when he signed his first major deal with a NASCAR team. His timeline, though jagged, rose upward to the Kranefuss-Hass team and then to driving for the great Roger Penske. During this time, he was clearly making it know that he was a force to reckon with. An in-team rivalry with Rusty Wallace got to near ridiculous levels. The day he planted his flag in the ground was at Pocono in 2000 when he moved Dale Earnhardt, on the final corner, to win. Jeremy details the controversial tangle and what the Intimidator's reaction was the next time they saw each other. The biggest break for Mayfield came with Dodge and Ray Evernham's No. 19 team. Mayfield won races and raced his way into NASCAR's playoffs in the high-profile ride. But it wasn't without drama either. Internal struggles with Ray Evernham went public. Then, Mayfield made a final mistake. Dale Jr. gets to the bottom of what led to Mayfield's departure, and eventually led to the downfall of his racing career.   DIRTY AIR Before getting to part-two of the Mayfield story, Dale Jr. & Mike Davis get animated discussing: A wild St. Louis Cup Series race full of its own drama Ross Chastain's post-race "trolling"? Will Denny Hamlin and Chase Elliott exact revenge? Conor Daly and Joey Mullinaro bring it in Speed Street debut.   ASKJR Presented by Xfinity Fan questions delivered to Dale with X-fi speed by Hannah Newhouse about: NASCAR Crown Jewels. Let's pick it and be done! The Future of the Xfinity Series. Electric? Safety response teams. Where can it improve? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Softcore History
Don't Fall In Love In The Wild West

Softcore History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 73:54


A psycho trust fund kid, an aging but talented performer, and Wyatt Earp. Dodge City, Kansas was not a great place to "love" and "be loved"... or just to live in general. There's a reason they say "Get the hell outta Dodge."

BulletProof Mindset by Rob and Dale
The Rob and Dale Show Episode 171 with Major Dodge Actor and Evangelist!

BulletProof Mindset by Rob and Dale

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 40:17


Make sure to find his films and commercials. He is a Superstar!

The Eventful Entrepreneur with Dodge Woodall
#88. Dodge Woodall: 1 Day to Go! Bournemouth 7s Special

The Eventful Entrepreneur with Dodge Woodall

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 29:53


It's that time again! Tomorrow we celebrate 15 years of Bournemouth 7s Festival.It's been another year of challenges, changes and exciting announcements, and we can't wait to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee in style. Thank you for your continued support, and I hope to see many of you over the next few days..Website: DodgeWoodall.comInstagram: @Dodge.WoodallLinkedIn: Dodge WoodallYouTube: Dodge Woodall See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Reference Frames
#15 If You Can Dodge a Wrench, You Actually CAN Dodge a Ball

Reference Frames

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 31:09


When Patches O'Houlihan shows up to train a raggedy group of gym rats, the first thing he does is tell them "If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball." Most people laugh at this line, but upon deeper reflection, it becomes obvious that Patches is, himself, a physics enthusiast, and is exactly right. Today we talk projectile motion and how our brains are able to rapidly process things flying through the air!Topics IncludeKenobi and Ian's woes watching Star WarsDr. Strange and Ian's woes seeing moviesDodgeball: A True Underdog StoryThere are no other quotes from DodgeballSports ball and projectile motionThe terminal velocity of a cowSubway Sandwich Airstrike:https://www.youtube.com/shorts/0saOV9HJP_U?&ab_channel=WianScene from the film:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peUyLXrgYZ0&ab_channel=MovieclipsWork on cow terminal velocity:http://www.obsidianfields.com/lj/fallingcow.pdf

Secure Freedom Radio Podcast
With Sam Faddis, Peter Mcilvenna and Dr. Michaela Dodge

Secure Freedom Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 53:00


SAM FADDIS, Former Clandestine Operations Officer, CIA, Former Congressional Candidate, Editor, ANDMagazine.com, Author, “Beyond Repair: The Decline and Fall of the CIA,” @RealSamFaddis Is China preparing for conflict with Taiwan? Increased division in American politics PETER MCILVENNA, National Organizer, Hearts of Oak The immigration problem in Europe "Grooming" taking place throughout Britain DR. MICHAELA DODGE, Research Scholar, National Institute for Public Policy, formerly worked at the Heritage Foundation from 2010-2019, former Senior Defense Policy Advisor, US Senator Jon Kyl: The strategic challenge China poses to the United States China's "underground" Great Wall of China The need for the U.S. to increase its missile defense system

Sounds Like A Search And Rescue Podcast
Episode 60 - White Mountains Lodge2Dodge Route with Steve and Larsen, Plus recent Search and Rescue News

Sounds Like A Search And Rescue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 92:24


https://slasrpodcast.com/  Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This week we are joined by extreme adventurers Steve and Larsen who are going to be hiking a single day Lodge to Dodge route this month. This route starts at Ravine Lodge below Mount Moosilauke and will mostly follow the Appalachian  Trail through the heart of the white mountains crossing the AMC hut system and finishing up at the Joe Dodge Lodge. Later in the show, we will go through some recent search and rescue news.  About Alzheimer's Association and 48 Peaks Alzheimer's Association 48 Peaks 48 Peaks Facebook Group 48 Peaks Instagram Page maoneil@alz.org  Topics Thanks to Alzheimer's Association Guy gets the entire Appalachian Trail mad at him More Info about Ice Age Trail YouTube is censoring SLASR White Mountain Fire Updates Thanks to Marissa for saving a dog Hiker Shuttle is now open in Franconia Notch Sponsor and Coffee Talk Segment one - Lodge2Dodge with Steve and Larsen Segment two - Recent Search and Rescue News Show Notes Rek-lis Brewing Company Retail locations Apple Podcast link for 5 star reviews Ice Age Trail Bemis Fire Hiker Shuttle opening from Cannon to Lafayette Larsen's Instagram Steve's Instagram Injured Hiker Rescued from the AMC Galehead Hut Injured Backcountry Skier Rescued from Great Gulf Hiker In Distress on Mt. Chocorua Boy Scout gets bitten by a bear in NY Girl sends ito off a waterfall while snapping a photo, survival is called a miracle Hiker Plunges to his death after dropping something by an Ohio Waterfall  

In The Marbles: Weekly Racing Podcast
132: One Lame Night!?

In The Marbles: Weekly Racing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 115:34


Preston returns to the ITM Studio for the first time since last year and joins Matt to talk about:-The Formula One race from Spain.-The NASCAR races from Texas (Xfinity and Truck),-The All-Star Race from Texas.-Why has the All-Star Race lost its appeal and how can we fix it?-Preview the biggest weekend in racing for Formula One (Monaco), Indy Car (Indy 500), and NASCAR (Coke 600).-And more.Use #whatyathinkITM to respond to the question of the week:Which manufacturer would you like to see in NASCAR (excluding Dodge)?Which Cup team do you feel will leave the Cup Series and go down to Xfinity or Trucks to compete for a championship?Make sure to sign up for the Ramblin about Racin Fantasy NASCAR League using the link below:https://fantasygames.nascar.com/live/league/marblesin Join the conversation with “Ramblin' about Racin'” using the hashtag #whatyathinkITM if you have something that you want discussed on future shows. If you want to be on the show with us reach out on social media or the website and we will get you the details on how to be on and talk racing with us. Check out our online stores with the links below. Use discount MOTHER to get 10% off your order.Tee Spring: https://inthemarbles.creator-spring.com/Bonfire: https://www.bonfire.com/store/ramblin-about-racin/Like watching “Ramblin' about Racin'” vice listening. Make sure to check out YouTube channel. Thank you for listening to “Ramblin' about Racin',” where we bring the best post-race coverage and analysis throughout the NASCAR, Formula 1, and Indy Car Series. Host Matt Beamer (the NASCAR Guy), Charlie Hercus, and Preston Lood (the Formula 1 Guy) started this podcast in 2019 and look forward to sharing our passion for the sport they love. It would help the show a lot if you were to give us a rating on your podcast platform. Preston, Charlie, and Matt strive to bring you the best show every week. A rating will go a long way to show us how good we are doing. Make sure to follow “Ramblin' about Racin'” on all social media platforms: Facebook: Ramblin' about Racin'Twitter: @ramblinracinpodYouTube: Ramblin' about Racin' You can find links to all social media as well as links to our merchandise and podcast on our website: www.ramblinaboutracin.com

The Michael Sartain Podcast
Dylan Ratigan - The Michael Sartain Podcast

The Michael Sartain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 138:55


Dylan Ratigan (Twitter: @DylanRatigan) is the former host of the Dylan Ratigan show on MSNBC and the former host of CNBC's Fast Money and Closing Bell. Dylan was a contributor to the Huffington post and was a corporate finance editor at Bloomberg. He was a former contributor to ABC News and his articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Miami Herald and Chicago Tribune. Dylan is also the author of the NYT best seller “Greedy Bastards.” Dylan is currently the co-host of the Truth or Skepticism podcast on the TastyTrade financial network Michael's Men of Action program is a Master's course dedicated to helping people elevate their social lives by building elite social circles and becoming higher status. Click the link below to learn more: https://go.moamentoring.com/i/2 Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 1:22 Work ethic 2:01 Starting at Bloomberg 3:09 Writing headlines 5:40 **Credibility of financial news 8:30 **You believe someone know something 10:41 *I'm not like all these other guys 12:01 Cryptocurrency 14:01 William Jennings Bryant 16:13 Bull corn 18:19 *A new paradigm 19:56 Dodge coin 20:27 **Crypto is a Speculative asset 22:26 Pose nude for NFT 23:16 ***crypto is unadulterated bullshit 23:48 2011 rant 25:03 The Enron crash 30:22 Introduction to corporate malfeasance 31:14 **Appearance on Oprah Winfrey 32:04 ***September 11 35:37 Fame brain 37:45 2008 financial crisis 44:47 ***No one went to jail 46:12 Lance Armstrong 46:36 Golden parachutes 46:57 **Corporations acting as sociopaths 48:22 Incentives 49:13 ** Lenient risk policy 51:17 Hairless murder apes 53:50 Political discussions are pointless 55:34 A few people will control most of the resources in every system 56:44 **Both political parties are corrupt 58:06 The American tax code 1:04:42 *American people being extracted 1:09:09 Identity politics 1:10:50 ***Knife fight in the street 1:13:36 Jingoism, Propaganda 1:17:00 Running for congress 1:18:29 ***Indictment of Dylan Ratigan 1:21:07 Money in politics, Rank choice voting, Distributive finance 1:25:05 Relationship with Tom Sosnoff, truth or skepticism 1:28:43 *Why do they ignore Tom Sosnoff? 1:36:19 *Threatening to financial institutions 1:38:22 Tom Sosnoff: Where did you get your amazing memory from? 1:39:19 **Tony Battista: What is your opinion on marriage? 1:41:03 Romeo and Juliet 1:43:28 *Difference between love and marriage 1:44:42 The Millionaire Next-Door 1:45:33 Dylan Ratigan for president: tech monopolies 1:55:15 Petroleum, Bill Mahr 2:04:01 Federal legalization of marijuana 2:05:45 Inflation and the Fed Rate 2:08:03 Quantum teleportation 2:12:51 Truth or Skepticism 2:13:26 Sugar at Solomon Brothers 2:16:47 Outro

Under The Hood show
Can Ethanol Help Skyrocketing Fuel Prices? Diesel May Go Extreme

Under The Hood show

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 65:29


1. 2018 Chrysler Pacifica choosing the right tire pressure. 2. 2005 Honda CR-V air conditioning broken after alternator repair. 3. 2008 Chevy Avalanche door locks not working. 4. Oil use questions in a generator small engine. 5. Carburetor stud fell into a cylinder. 6. Gas Prices are skyrocketing. Ethanol, fuel Diesel what can you do? 7. 2017 Ford F150 Ecoboost when to change your oil? 8. Can AM Spyder Trike. 9. 2011 Toyota Sienna Van Lost a key fob inside how to find it. 10. 2004 Merc Marquise Heavy duty car brake pad replacement. 11. 2012 Dodge wiper blades wrong size. 12.THE AFTER SHOW! What's up here? Chris is in love with car wax.

Resourceful Designer
What Makes You Different? - RD294

Resourceful Designer

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 17:57


One of the best things about being human is our ability to make choices. If you're in the mood for a hamburger but also in a rush, you still have options. Do you go to Mcdonald's, Burger King, Wendy's or one of the other fast-food burger joints? If you're in the market for a new car, do you look at Ford, Dodge, Toyota, or Honda? Need a new computer? You can choose one of the many models of Pcs or go with a Mac. Regardless of your choices, the ultimate decision is still up to you. But how do you go about choosing? You do so by looking at what makes each option different and how those differences appeal to you. We all know that not all hamburgers are equal. McDonald's has consistently stated that “Great Taste” makes them different. I know, that's very subjective. But it is a recurring marketing slogan they've used over the years. Burger King claims it's the flame broiling that makes them different. At Wendy's, it's the fact that their meat is never frozen, so it taste's fresher. Ultimately, you decide which one of these differences appeals to you the most. And that's where you get your burger. This same concept of what makes something different can equally apply to designers. What makes you different from the other designers in your town? What would make a client choose you over one of them? If you can figure out this question and use it to your advantage, you may outpace your competition with more work than you can handle. So what makes you different? Culture and Heritage. Maybe your culture or heritage makes you different. People find it easier to deal with people similar to them or who understand them. It's currently the middle of May, which is Asian Heritage Month. As a white person, I would never expect someone to hire me to design a campaign for Asian Heritage Month. It's not that I don't think I could do a good job. It's just that I feel that an Asian designer is better suited for the project. After all, they can relate to the subject matter better than I ever could. Whatever your heritage or culture is, you should embrace it and find a way to use it. A member of the Resourceful Designer Community is an indigenous Canadian woman. She's using this to her advantage by marketing her design business to companies, organizations and groups run by First Nation people. And she's killing it. She had to halt a recent marketing campaign because her available time quickly filled up for the rest of the year. Wouldn't you like to be booked entirely for the rest of the year? She's become so busy that she's in the process of hiring another designer to help with the workload. How is this possible? Is it because she's terrific at marketing her services? That may be part of it. But her marketing message alone isn't what's bringing in so many new clients. It's who she's marketing to. First Nations people, just like everyone else, need help when it comes to design and branding. And when given a choice, they are more likely to choose someone like them who is a member of a First Nation. Someone who understands their culture doesn't need to be educated on what works and what doesn't for them. In other words, it means they are comfortable working with her because she understands them. And this makes it easy for them to choose her over another designer who isn't a member of a First Nation. Perhaps you can apply a similar strategy. Are you Hispanic, Asian, or a person of colour? Have you ever thought of marketing yourself to people of the same ethnic background? It may give you an advantage over others in your field as clients may prefer you over someone who isn't of the same ethnicity as them. It's worth a try. Gender and Orientation. There has never been so much discussion over gender and orientation as there is today. And that's a good thing. The more we talk about it, the more it will become accepted. And when it comes to your business, your gender and orientation could be an excellent opportunity for you to attract clients. If you are part of the LGBTQ community, you have an advantage over those of us who aren't. Like-minded people prefer to deal with like-minded people. It makes them feel safe and understood. And it's no different when it comes to business. I know it's not design-related, but I recently heard of a podcast editing company that only deals with LGBTQ clients. They've created a place where LGBTQ podcasters can feel safe and unjudged for the podcasts they make. The same concept can be applied to a design business. An LGBTQ entrepreneur may feel more comfortable working with a designer from the same community. The manager at the print shop I used to work at is gay. And I know we had many LGBTQ clients because they felt comfortable dealing with him. And when we talk about gender, it could be as simple as a female designer opting to work with women-led businesses. I've heard of several designers who do just this. They only work with companies that are run by other women. And they have plenty of work to keep them busy. Niches But what if you're someone who can't embrace your culture or heritage, or your particular gender or orientation doesn't help? Then maybe you want to look at niching. Choosing a niche makes you different than other designers who don't specialize. Take Craig Burton, for example. I interviewed him back in episode 174 of the Resourceful Designer podcast. Craig's design company is called School Branding Matters. And you guessed it; he designs brands for schools. That's what makes Craig different. That's what makes him stand out. And it's helped him land clients around the globe. Not bad for a solo graphic designer from New Zealand. But any time a school needs new branding searches for a designer, there's a good chance they come across Craig's website. And when given a choice between a generic designer and one who specializes in school branding. The choice is pretty simple. After all, chances are they won't have to explain to Craig the intricacies of the school ecosystem and how a brand would be incorporated. So yes, niches are a great way to make yourself different. You can hear more about niching in episode 54 and episode 93 of the podcast. Other ways to be different. Are there other ways to make yourself stand out from other similar designers? Sure there are. Take Ian Paget, for example. You may know him as Logo Geek. He's a logo designer from Manchester, the UK and has a popular podcast of the same name as his business, Logo Geek. Ian specializes in Logo Design, but so do a lot of designers. So how does he stand out? I just mentioned he has a logo design podcast. So that gives him some authority in the space. Ian has also judged logo design competitions. And he's written articles about logo design for some well-established publications. All of this gives Ian credibility and has earned him some prestigious clients. He's been hired to design logos for universities, big corporations, large conferences, etc. His credentials differentiate him from all the other logo designers around. So he uses it to his advantage. And it's working. Small things can make a difference. Finally, I want to mention that you don't have to do much to be different. The things I just talked about are significant steps. But there are little things you can do to set yourself apart. Take me as an example. As you may know, a few years ago, I started a second design business called Podcast Branding, which specializes in podcast cover artwork and websites for podcasters. Other businesses in this niche specialize in podcast cover artwork beside me. Even though I know I'm priced higher than most of my direct competition; I have a thriving business. So what did I do to make myself different? For one, I established that not only am I a designer, but I'm also a podcaster. I've been podcasting since 2013, and that lays a strong foundation for my credibility in the space. I get podcasting. Any designer can design a square piece of art. But the fact that I'm familiar with the podcast industry helps me stand out. The other thing I do that makes me unique is offer a one-on-one meeting with every client. Most of my competitors provide a questionnaire for clients to fill out. They then take the client's information and design a podcast cover. On the other hand, I get on a Zoom call with every client to discuss their podcast. I ask why they're starting a podcast. What do they hope to accomplish with it? What format will it be? Will it be just them, or will they have a co-host? Will they interview guests? I find out everything I can about their new show. I do this for two reasons. I need to know about the show if I'm going to design artwork for it. And I want to get a feel for who the podcaster is. Their personality will affect what I create for them. If a person is very serious and formal, I may design their cover one way. However, if they come across as joyful and bubbly, I'll probably create it differently. These 15-minute meetings make a massive difference to me. And I've been told over and over it's the reason why a client chose me over someone else. Even when I'm the more expensive option, they felt my way of doing things is more personal than a questionnaire. Conclusion We all know that finding new clients can be difficult, especially when you're just starting. We also know that word of mouth is the most common way designers get new clients. I talked about this in length in episode 281 of the podcast. Word of mouth spreads quickest among like-minded people. Why is that indigenous member of the Resourceful Designer Community doing so well? It's because indigenous people talk to other indigenous people, and when she does a good job with one, the word spreads. The same applies in all communities, whether it's an Asian or coloured community, an LGBTQ community or even a school or podcaster community. Like-minded people talk to like-minded people. And when you do a good job helping one of them, they'll spread the word. Especially if they know you specialize in people of that community. So what's unique about you. What can you do to make yourself stand out from the competition? What can you do differently that will make clients choose you? Figuring the answers to these questions can mean the difference between looking for your next client and being completely booked for the rest of the year. Worth thinking about, isn't it?

The Gentlemen Project Podcast
"Infertility, Learning from Epic Adventures, Grit and Tapping into Human Potential" with Ben Dodge

The Gentlemen Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 49:01


At over 300 lbs, Ben Dodge signed up for his first triathlon. The journey he embarked on since has been full of epic adventures all over the globe. From biking across the Continental US in just over a week to recently hiking Mt. Kilimanjaro, Ben has found that the secret to his happiness is constantly pushing what the normal is and discovering that we as humans have more potential than we ever thought possible. Ben discusses the challenges and lessons of infertility, raising a son with special needs,  overcoming self doubt and tackling challenges head on. With adventure as a metaphor for life, Ben writes new chapters of his life everyday, and encourages us all to happen to the world, instead of waiting for the world to happen to us. Make it an awesome week! Kirk Chugg & Cory Moore

TWWWBLY
Ep.44 – Week Beginning May 23rd

TWWWBLY

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 49:11


When did Walt Disney World begin construction? When did Dodge release The Viper? When did the second, which is really the first, Indiana Jones movie come out? and Why did Michael Jackson try to buy the bones of the Elephant Man? All the answers to these questions, and more, on this week's episode of TWWWBLY! This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Danger Dan's Talk Shop
#358 TMMR Dodge & Bacon

Danger Dan's Talk Shop

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022


These two fellas right here are the reason I'm here. Thank you brothers.TMMR Permalink

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 1,140 with Scott Simons - Apex

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 65:19


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Scott Simons! Scott Simons is Moving Lives Forward, Co Host of the Breakfast of Champions Clubhouse Room, President/Managing Partner CMA's Valley Chrysler, Dodge, Honda, Jeep, Nissan, RAM, Subaru, VW Car Dealerships, Deputy Sheriff Reserve, OG Member of the Arete Syndicate, Apex, and Investor in Multiple Businesses across many Industries! 

CarCast
Instagram Drivers + Chief Donut Maker

CarCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 46:38


Goldberg and Matt chat about the Chief Donut Maker contest by Dodge, Instagram drivers, and the Ford Lighting. Visit Geico.com

The John Batchelor Show
#Ukraine: Russia passes the hat to dodge defaulting on sovereign debt. Michael Bernstam @HooverInst , research Fellow at the Hoover Institution

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 9:12


Photo:  Russian bond [?] #Ukraine: Russia passes the hat to dodge defaulting on sovereign debt. Michael Bernstam @HooverInst , research Fellow at the Hoover Institution Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute. https://www.cnbc.com/2022/04/29/russia-attempts-last-ditch-dollar-bond-payments-to-try-to-avert-historic-default.html

F**kface
The Baseball F**kface Fiasco // Dodge the Bov

F**kface

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 59:57


Geoff, Gavin, and Andrew talk about kinks vs cakes, ecomm pleasantries, F**kface Tax Exemptions, Andrew's Popsicle Roulette, Regulation Bagel, and ABBA memories. Want to contribute to bits? Email what you can do to ffacebits@gmail.com Sponsored by ExpressVPN (http://expressvpn.com/face) and HelloFresh (http://hellofresh.com/face16 + code face16)

Bad Friends
Twitter Deal Gets Cancel

Bad Friends

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 73:09


Thank you to our Sponsors: https://www.doordash.com code: BADFRIENDS2022 & https://www.onnit.com/badfriends & http://hellotushy.com/badfriends & https://betterhelp.com/badfriends YouTube Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BadFriends 0:00 Andrew's Final Tour Dates 0:40 Bobby is Back from Oklahoma 7:22 A Cookout in Heaven 17:14 Jeff Koons, John Baldessari and the Price of Art 33:25 How to Dodge an Elephant with Bobby Lee 42:59 South African Black Magic 45:40 I Love Bobby Lee 51:40 Is Bobby Leaving Twitter? 59:13 Doc Bring Alien Proff 1:11:34 Kimchi, Potato Salad and Next Week's Assignment More Bobby Lee TigerBelly: https://www.youtube.com/tigerbelly Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bobbyleelive Twitter: https://twitter.com/bobbyleelive Tickets: https://bobbyleelive.com More Andrew Santino Whiskey Ginger: https://www.youtube.com/andrewsantinowhiskeyginger Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cheetosantino Twitter: https://Twitter.com/cheetosantino Tickets: http://www.andrewsantino.com More Bad Friends iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bad-friends/id1496265971 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/badfriendspod Twitter: https://twitter.com/badfriends_pod Official Website: http://badfriendspod.com Opening Credits and Branding: https://www.instagram.com/joseph_faria & https://www.instagram.com/jenna_sunday Credit Sequence Music: http://bit.ly/RocomMusic // https://www.instagram.com/rocom Character Design: https://www.instagram.com/jeffreymyles Bad Friends Mosaic Sign: https://www.instagram.com/tedmunzmosaicart Produced by: George Kimmel & Bryce Hallock - 7EQUIS Podcast Producers: Andres Rosende & Pete Forthun This podcast episode was sponsored by Candy Crush Sponsorships: on for this episode