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Le Gratin par Pauline Laigneau
#209 – Stéphane Baschiera, ancien président de Moët & Chandon – “Raconter le luxe”

Le Gratin par Pauline Laigneau

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 66:42


Aujourd'hui, j'ai le plaisir de recevoir sur le podcast Stéphane Baschiera.Son nom ne vous dit sans doute pas quelque chose et pourtant Stéphane c'est “Monsieur Champagne”.Pendant 25 ans il a été à la tête des plus grandes marques de champagne au monde : Moët et Chandon, Ruinart, Dom Pérignon, Veuf Cliquot.Il a commencé sa carrière chez Procter & Gamble et puis est entré en 1996 chez LVMH d'abord chez Moët Hennessy comme directeur des ventes puis ensuite dans le reste des postes dans lesquels il a évolué.Il a dirigé Moët Hennessy à Milan où il a déménagé avec sa famille puis est passé chez Ruinart, Veuf Cliquot, Moët etc…Ce qui est très intéressant avec le parcours de Stéphane, c'est qu'au-delà de cette spécialisation Stéphane est un homme polyvalent. C'est un homme qui connaît à la fois la marque mais qui connaît aussi le business au sens large.Et j'ai trouvé passionnant le fait qu'il arrive à garder cette hauteur de vue, ce recul qu'il nous partage. J'ai beaucoup aimé cet épisode car j'ai trouvé que Stéphane n'a pas sa langue dans sa poche et ose dire des choses avec beaucoup de bon sens et beaucoup d'humour. Si l'épisode vous a plu, Stéphane m'a dit de vous dire de m'envoyer un message à moi parce qu'il n'est pas du tout présent figurez vous sur les réseaux sociaux.Notes et références de l'épisode : Sont cités dans l'épisode : Le Marketing selon Kotler ou Comment créer, conquérir, et dominer un marché Le réseau Pourpre de Carmen Mola1. Faites vous coacher par moi !Retrouvez ma nouvelle formation Demian : “Management, tout ce qu'on n'apprend pas dans les livres“.DEMIAN, un concentré de 10 ans d'expérience d'entrepreneur. Les formations DEMIAN vous apportent des outils et méthodes concrètes pour développer votre projet professionnel. Il s'agit d'un concentré maximal de valeur et d'expérience pour qu'en quelques heures vous gagniez l'équivalent d'années de travail. Découvrez DEMIAN !2. La NewsLa News du vendredi est une mini newsletter pour vous nourrir en plus du podcast. C'est une newsletter très courte, à lire en 5mn top chrono de ce qui m'a marqué dans les dernières semaines : livres à lire, réflexions, applis à télécharger, citations, films ou documentaires à voir etc. Pour la recevoir, il n'y a qu'à s'abonner à la newsletter sur mon site !3. Des conseils concrets sur ma chaîne YouTubeEnvie de lancer votre propre podcast ? De bénéficier de conseils sur quel matériel utiliser ? Ma nouvelle chaîne YouTube est faite pour vous !4.Contactez-moi ! Si le podcast vous plaît, le meilleur moyen de me le dire, ou de me faire vos feed-backs (et ce qui m'aide le plus à le faire connaître) c'est simplement de laisser un avis 5 étoiles ou un commentaire sur l'application iTunes. Ça m'aide vraiment, alors n'hésitez pas :)Pour me poser des questions ou suivre mes tribulations c'est par ici :Sur Instagram @paulinelaigneauSur LinkedIn @pauline laigneauSur YouTube Pauline LaigneauVous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The CEO Sessions
Champagne CEO Shares a Leadership Secret Worth Celebrating - Champagne Telmont, Ludovic du Plessis

The CEO Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 45:52


Without a strong leadership vision, you doom your team and company to a meaningless and meandering path. The consequence is little impact, a transactional employee-manager relationship, and elevated turnover. This damages sales and ultimately the bottomline.I host Ludovic du Plessis, CEO and President of Champagne Telmont, part of the Remy Cointreau Group. He shares the key to strengthening your leadership vision and sharing it with the world to drive innovation and growth.Telmont is a century-old Champagne House. Founded in 1912 in Damery and Ludovic's vision is now leading the green revolution for the champagne industry.Ludovic has dedicated his career to luxury wines and spirits for over twenty years, spending 10 years at Dom Pérignon and Moët & Chandon, Ludovic joined LOUIS XIII Cognac until he identified Champagne Telmont.He made Telmont's introduction to the Rémy Cointreau group which shares the same values as Telmont: Time, Terroir (tear-WA), People. Rémy Cointreau, welcoming the initiative, purchased a majority share in Telmont champagne in October 2020.Ludovic is passionate about protecting Telmont's master craftsmanship and sustainability, focusing on organic agriculture at a time when only 4% of champagne vineyards are certified for organic production. Through this passion, the brand created the initiative Au Nom de la Terre, “In the Name of Mother Nature”, pushing the limits in champagne in order to reduce carbon footprint.LinkedIn Profile https://www.linkedin.com/today/author/ludovic-du-plessis-50aa542/Company Link: https://champagne-telmont.com/What You'll Discover in this Episode:The surprising moment when he fell in love with wine and champagne.The important lesson he learned from the “Pope of Champagne” at Dom Perignon. Master storytelling secrets from the wine industry.The day a bicycle ride from Paris resulted in the greatest opportunity of his career.What's it like having Leonardo di Caprio as an investor.The importance of leading the champagne green revolution.The best time to drink champagne.His top champagne and wine recommendations for any business dinner.Why he looks to Serena Williams when he needs a dose of motivation.Champagne and Wines for the Ultimate Five-Course MealChampagne #1: Telmont Réserve BrutChampagne #2: Telmont Blanc de BlancsRed Wine #1 - Château Smith Haut LafitteRed Wine #2 - Château AngelusDessert - Passion fruit soufflé with carrot ice by Chef Akrame Benallal with LOUIS XIII Cognac-----Connect with the Host, #1 bestselling author Ben Fanning

New Books in Early Modern History
Garritt van Dyk, "Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France" (Amsterdam UP, 2022)

New Books in Early Modern History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 72:07


Garritt van Dyk talks about national identity, food, and cooking in this conversation about Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel (Amsterdam University Press, 2022) "Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are" was the challenge issued by French gastronomist Jean Brillat-Savarin. Champagne is declared a unique emblem of French sophistication and luxury, linked to the myth of its invention by Dom Pérignon. Across the Channel, a cup of sweet tea is recognized as a quintessentially English icon, simultaneously conjuring images of empire, civility, and relentless rain that demands the sustenance and comfort that only tea can provide. How did these tastes develop in the seventeenth century? Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel offers a compelling historical narrative of the relationship between food, national identity, and political economy in the early modern period. These mutually influential relationships are revealed through comparative and transnational analyses of effervescent wine, spices and cookbooks, the development of coffeehouses and cafés, and the 'national sweet tooth' in England and France. Jana Byars is the Academic Director of Netherlands: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books Network
Garritt van Dyk, "Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France" (Amsterdam UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 72:07


Garritt van Dyk talks about national identity, food, and cooking in this conversation about Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel (Amsterdam University Press, 2022) "Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are" was the challenge issued by French gastronomist Jean Brillat-Savarin. Champagne is declared a unique emblem of French sophistication and luxury, linked to the myth of its invention by Dom Pérignon. Across the Channel, a cup of sweet tea is recognized as a quintessentially English icon, simultaneously conjuring images of empire, civility, and relentless rain that demands the sustenance and comfort that only tea can provide. How did these tastes develop in the seventeenth century? Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel offers a compelling historical narrative of the relationship between food, national identity, and political economy in the early modern period. These mutually influential relationships are revealed through comparative and transnational analyses of effervescent wine, spices and cookbooks, the development of coffeehouses and cafés, and the 'national sweet tooth' in England and France. Jana Byars is the Academic Director of Netherlands: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Garritt van Dyk, "Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France" (Amsterdam UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 72:07


Garritt van Dyk talks about national identity, food, and cooking in this conversation about Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel (Amsterdam University Press, 2022) "Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are" was the challenge issued by French gastronomist Jean Brillat-Savarin. Champagne is declared a unique emblem of French sophistication and luxury, linked to the myth of its invention by Dom Pérignon. Across the Channel, a cup of sweet tea is recognized as a quintessentially English icon, simultaneously conjuring images of empire, civility, and relentless rain that demands the sustenance and comfort that only tea can provide. How did these tastes develop in the seventeenth century? Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel offers a compelling historical narrative of the relationship between food, national identity, and political economy in the early modern period. These mutually influential relationships are revealed through comparative and transnational analyses of effervescent wine, spices and cookbooks, the development of coffeehouses and cafés, and the 'national sweet tooth' in England and France. Jana Byars is the Academic Director of Netherlands: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Food
Garritt van Dyk, "Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France" (Amsterdam UP, 2022)

New Books in Food

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 72:07


Garritt van Dyk talks about national identity, food, and cooking in this conversation about Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel (Amsterdam University Press, 2022) "Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are" was the challenge issued by French gastronomist Jean Brillat-Savarin. Champagne is declared a unique emblem of French sophistication and luxury, linked to the myth of its invention by Dom Pérignon. Across the Channel, a cup of sweet tea is recognized as a quintessentially English icon, simultaneously conjuring images of empire, civility, and relentless rain that demands the sustenance and comfort that only tea can provide. How did these tastes develop in the seventeenth century? Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel offers a compelling historical narrative of the relationship between food, national identity, and political economy in the early modern period. These mutually influential relationships are revealed through comparative and transnational analyses of effervescent wine, spices and cookbooks, the development of coffeehouses and cafés, and the 'national sweet tooth' in England and France. Jana Byars is the Academic Director of Netherlands: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/food

New Books in British Studies
Garritt van Dyk, "Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France" (Amsterdam UP, 2022)

New Books in British Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 72:07


Garritt van Dyk talks about national identity, food, and cooking in this conversation about Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel (Amsterdam University Press, 2022) "Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are" was the challenge issued by French gastronomist Jean Brillat-Savarin. Champagne is declared a unique emblem of French sophistication and luxury, linked to the myth of its invention by Dom Pérignon. Across the Channel, a cup of sweet tea is recognized as a quintessentially English icon, simultaneously conjuring images of empire, civility, and relentless rain that demands the sustenance and comfort that only tea can provide. How did these tastes develop in the seventeenth century? Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel offers a compelling historical narrative of the relationship between food, national identity, and political economy in the early modern period. These mutually influential relationships are revealed through comparative and transnational analyses of effervescent wine, spices and cookbooks, the development of coffeehouses and cafés, and the 'national sweet tooth' in England and France. Jana Byars is the Academic Director of Netherlands: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/british-studies

New Books in European Studies
Garritt van Dyk, "Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France" (Amsterdam UP, 2022)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 72:07


Garritt van Dyk talks about national identity, food, and cooking in this conversation about Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel (Amsterdam University Press, 2022) "Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are" was the challenge issued by French gastronomist Jean Brillat-Savarin. Champagne is declared a unique emblem of French sophistication and luxury, linked to the myth of its invention by Dom Pérignon. Across the Channel, a cup of sweet tea is recognized as a quintessentially English icon, simultaneously conjuring images of empire, civility, and relentless rain that demands the sustenance and comfort that only tea can provide. How did these tastes develop in the seventeenth century? Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel offers a compelling historical narrative of the relationship between food, national identity, and political economy in the early modern period. These mutually influential relationships are revealed through comparative and transnational analyses of effervescent wine, spices and cookbooks, the development of coffeehouses and cafés, and the 'national sweet tooth' in England and France. Jana Byars is the Academic Director of Netherlands: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

New Books in French Studies
Garritt van Dyk, "Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France" (Amsterdam UP, 2022)

New Books in French Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 72:07


Garritt van Dyk talks about national identity, food, and cooking in this conversation about Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel (Amsterdam University Press, 2022) "Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are" was the challenge issued by French gastronomist Jean Brillat-Savarin. Champagne is declared a unique emblem of French sophistication and luxury, linked to the myth of its invention by Dom Pérignon. Across the Channel, a cup of sweet tea is recognized as a quintessentially English icon, simultaneously conjuring images of empire, civility, and relentless rain that demands the sustenance and comfort that only tea can provide. How did these tastes develop in the seventeenth century? Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel offers a compelling historical narrative of the relationship between food, national identity, and political economy in the early modern period. These mutually influential relationships are revealed through comparative and transnational analyses of effervescent wine, spices and cookbooks, the development of coffeehouses and cafés, and the 'national sweet tooth' in England and France. Jana Byars is the Academic Director of Netherlands: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/french-studies

New Books in Economic and Business History
Garritt van Dyk, "Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France" (Amsterdam UP, 2022)

New Books in Economic and Business History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 72:07


Garritt van Dyk talks about national identity, food, and cooking in this conversation about Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel (Amsterdam University Press, 2022) "Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are" was the challenge issued by French gastronomist Jean Brillat-Savarin. Champagne is declared a unique emblem of French sophistication and luxury, linked to the myth of its invention by Dom Pérignon. Across the Channel, a cup of sweet tea is recognized as a quintessentially English icon, simultaneously conjuring images of empire, civility, and relentless rain that demands the sustenance and comfort that only tea can provide. How did these tastes develop in the seventeenth century? Commerce, Food, and Identity in Seventeenth-Century England and France: Across the Channel offers a compelling historical narrative of the relationship between food, national identity, and political economy in the early modern period. These mutually influential relationships are revealed through comparative and transnational analyses of effervescent wine, spices and cookbooks, the development of coffeehouses and cafés, and the 'national sweet tooth' in England and France. Jana Byars is the Academic Director of Netherlands: International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Have A Drink
HAD 229 - Dom Perignon

Have A Drink

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 95:25


Let's get fancy tonight, hire a string quartet, and grab a canape from the cocktail servers. We are talking about Dom Pérignon, that fanciest of Champagnes. What is it that makes this bubbly wine so expensive? Well, put on a coat and tails, and we'll get to the bottom of this exclusive drink, so if you have the means . . . Have a drink.

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane
3057 - Continua la collaborazione tra Dom Pérignon e Lady Gaga: in arrivo una nuova limited edition

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 2:49


È un dialogo creativo continuo quello tra Dom Pérignon e Lady Gaga, che oggi danno vita a una nuova creazione, frutto del loro comune desiderio di rivelare l'armonia che prende forma nelle tensioni, in equilibrio tra polarità e dualità.Per Dom Pérignon c'è sempre un'interazione tra il suo ideale estetico senza tempo e la personalità della singola annata, un dialogo tra freschezza e maturità, luci e ombre. Per Lady Gaga c'è la volontà di accostare codici culturali diversi, il paradosso tra popolare e avanguardia, l'impossessarsi delle regole classiche, reinterpretandole per spingersi oltre i limiti della creatività.

Fes la Teva Feina
Escenaris Macro Apocaliptics - Temporada d'Estiu - E4 - FTF - Programa 04-08-2022 –

Fes la Teva Feina

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 60:08


Escenaris Macro Apocaliptics - Temporada d'Estiu - E4 - FTF - Programa 04-08-2022 –

HistoryPod
4th August 1693: French Benedictine monk Dom Pérignon allegedly invents champagne

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


Sparkling wine was a problem for Dom Pérignon and his contemporaries because the build-up of carbon dioxide from a secondary fermentation inside the bottle could cause it to explode without ...

Wine Talks British Business
1/2 Tom Stevenson Author, Journalist and Founder CSWWC on Wine Talks British Business

Wine Talks British Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 32:08


Tom became the first wine journalist to specialise in Champagne when, after six years of research, he published Champagne (Sotheby's Publications, 1986). His Christie's World Encyclopedia of Champagne & Sparkling Wine (Absolute Press, 1998) reproduced a 17th-century document proving that the English invented sparkling Champagne six years before Dom Pérignon set foot in Hautvillers. This historical revelation ensured the encyclopedia itself made history by becoming the only wine book to warrant a leader in any UK national newspaper (The Guardian, 14 October 1998). Today Tom is the author of more than 40 books and has a regular Champagne column in The World of Fine Wine. He has judged at wine competitions in Australia, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, South Africa and the USA. In the UK, he held the chair of the Champagne panel for the Decanter World Wine Awards from its inception until 2012. Tom is the founder and chair of the Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships and during this year's judging which is taking place near Royal Tunbridge Wells, he took the time to meet Guy Haywood from the English Wine Collection to talk about his illustrious career and life in the sparkling wine world! The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships (CSWWC) is the first and only terroir-driven competition judged exclusively by internationally renowned fizz experts, who all taste each and every wine submitted to guarantee an unprecedented level of consistency and accuracy of judging. Founded by Tom Stevenson, with the support and expertise of Essi Avellan MW and George Markus, the CSWWC provides both consumers and trade with the definitive annual guide to the best champagnes and sparkling wines on the planet.

The Joyful Freelancer
How big moments of change are a chance to cultivate joy, with communications consultant Christina Monaco

The Joyful Freelancer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 26:49 Transcription Available


Independent communications consultant Christina Monaco reflects on switching from a corporate career to self-employment in the midst of the pandemic.Christina's bio: Christina Monaco is an independent consultant and communications specialist who collaborates with clients to develop executive messaging, company narrative, and employee engagement programs.After her most recent corporate position was eliminated in the Fall of 2020 as a result of a company reorganization, Christina founded Christina Monaco Communications LLC in early 2021 and serves as Principal consultant. As part of her role leading a consultancy, she partners with leadership teams in a variety of sectors to support them with developing the communication needed in order to create connectivity throughout an organization, inspire employees, and inform audiences.Christina has a wide range of experience that includes Communications, Event Marketing, and Public Relations roles at some of the world's most recognized global brand organizations, including LVMH, Condé Nast, and Hearst. During her time at LVMH she worked within the Mot Hennessy North America portfolio of Wines & Spirits brands to create and deliver corporate programs and company messaging for internal colleagues and external stakeholders. Christina has led the Communications and Event Marketing strategy for champagne brands Veuve Clicquot, Dom Pérignon, and Moët & Chandon, as well as for Belvedere Vodka, Navan Cognac, and 10 Cane Rum. Throughout her 16 years working at Mot Hennessy North America she received awards for outstanding performance in Teamwork, Innovative Partnerships, Connection to Employees, and Best in Class Events. She was also an integral part of the company's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives where she co-led the Women @ MHUSA Employee Resource Group that offered inspiring programs to advance equity and equality in the workplace. Christina has held creative services and promotional marketing positions at renowned consumer magazines including GQ, Harper's BAZAAR, Talk, and BRIDE's where she created initiatives for beauty, fashion, jewelry, and lifestyle advertising partners. In addition to developing multi-platform programs to increase revenue, Christina was a national magazine spokesperson where she commentated events, videos, and branded commercials to showcase advertising partners to consumer audiences. Christina began her career at Chiat/Day Advertising in New York in the Media Buying Department.Originally from Long Island, NY, Christina is an ongoing participant of memoir writing workshops and enjoys spending time with friends and taking walks with her dog. Find Christina online at on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/christina-monaco-4a88201a/ or on Instagram at @christinamnycNotable quotes from the interview:  "At a certain point in my life, I realized that I can do whatever I set my mind to do, no matter what people either thought of me in terms of my entrepreneurial ability, or what expectations I have on myself.""I was always told I didn't have a mind for business... So for me, one of the most joyful things was knowing I could start my own business."“All it takes is one person, one new client, one job, and then you're on your way."

Délice in extremis - Olivier Poels
L'histoire du champagne

Délice in extremis - Olivier Poels

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 6:10


Oubliez tout ce que vous avez entendu sur la naissance du Champagne... Selon la légende, c'est au fameux moine Dom Pérignon que l'on doit l'invention de ce produit de réputation mondiale. Que nenni ! Cette légende ne résiste pas à une étude historique un peu poussée. Elle aurait été construite dans les années 1820, par un autre procureur de l'abbaye de Hautvilliers : Dom Jean-Baptiste Grossard, qui a écrit que « Dom Pérignon a trouvé le secret pour faire le vin blanc mousseux ». On sait aujourd'hui que la Champagne produisait des vins effervescents bien avant cette époque.

EU-valet 2019
Hur idrottsintresserade är partiledarna? Och vilket lag håller dom på?

EU-valet 2019

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 7:25


David Druid och Katherine Zimmerman bjuder in radiosportens fotbollsexpert Richard Henriksson för att tala om politik och idrott. Och kanske valets roligaste fråga - vilket fotbollslag håller partiledarna på?

Tough To Say
Rooftop Bangers & Psycho Supers

Tough To Say

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 33:51


Graham O & B McD show up to work hungover as rats to discuss their weekend moves (Supertaste set on Graham's rooftop resulting in a bottle of Dom P from the building's superintendent + Barry's Florida wedding szn). If an episode had "new boot goofin" written all over it; it would be this one. Tap into TTS lore via this lil link guy here (Patreon, IG, merch, sponsor information, and Barry's nudes). 

Morgenbladets podkast
Finn et strå og træ dom på

Morgenbladets podkast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 25:05


Store og raske penger? I bokbransjen? Det skulle ikke være mulig. Men på fire år gikk tre herrer med medietekke fra å være gründere av et lite forlag til å tjene 420 kroner på salget av det. Vi ser på eventyret om Strawberry Publishing. Med Ane Farsethås og Bernhard Ellefsen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Pink & Powerful Talk
Jak získat sebevědomí, překonat strach a být opravdu sama sebou s Natálií Krätsmar-Šmogrovičovou

Pink & Powerful Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 58:03


Tento rozhovor ti pomůže nejen získat sebevědomí, být sama sebou, ale také ti pomůže si uvědomit, že můžeš dosáhnout opravdu čehokoli, po čem toužíš. Ať už se tedy na své cestě teprve hledáš, nebo již svou vizi máš, ale cítíš, že jsi se na své cestě ztratila, jsi u této epizody na tom nejlepším místě! Je čas získat sebevědomí a ukázat světu, co je opravdu v tobě. A já věřím, že ti právě s tímto tato epizoda broadcastu pomůže.► Highlights:Naše definice sebevědomí a návod, jak jej zvýšit jednou provždy!Jak podnikat v souladu s naší energií a jak být i v businesse vždy sama sebou,Jóga jako životní styl: O čem je Ahimsa? A jak ji můžeme implementovat do našeho denního bytí?Překonání strachu z odchodu a jak najít odvahu vykročit novým směrem,Jak se v životě najít► Spolupracuj se mnou:Kurz Instagram Pro HolkyBusiness koučink a bezplatný strategický hovor► Stáhni si ZDARMA:32 stránková Reels příručka od prvního Reels k úspěchu►  Epizodu si můžeš poslechnout také na tomto YouTube kanále (Nezapomeň zde také přihlásit odběr)► Pro každodenní dávku příspěvků mě sleduj také zde:Podnikání Pro Holky: @podnikaniproholky_Markéta Baginská: @marketa_baginskaTikTok: @marketbaginskaYouTube Channel: Podnikání Pro Holky ► Propoj se s Nat:https://nkscoaching.comNkscoaching: @nkscoaching

Aktiesnack
#5 LVMH och lyxkonsumtion med Magnus Andersson

Aktiesnack

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 72:23


LVMH är Europas största bolag sett till börsvärde tillika världens största lyxkonsumtionskonglomerat, och har en historik som sträcker sig ända tillbaka till medeltiden. LVMH-koncernen äger totalt omkring 80 varumärken för lyxvaror, däribland Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Dom Pérignon, Moët & Chandon, Marc Jacobs, Celine och TAG Heuer. Många skulle förmodligen argumentera för att statussökande är det som driver ekonomin framåt. Det vill säga evolutionärt betingade komponenter som driver oss till att vilja ackumulera social status – vilket troligtvis är existensberättigandet för den enorma och snabbt växande lyxkonsumtionsindustrin. I veckans avsnitt diskuterar vi bland annat LVMH och lyxkonsumtion med investeraren, författaren tillika twitterprofilen Magnus Andersson som har investerat i lyxindustrin sedan 2016. Utöver LVMH och lyxkonsumtion delar Magnus med sig av vilka aktier han äger idag, hur han tänker som investerare och hur han går till väga när han tittar på investeringsmöjligheter. Tidsstämplar: 01:20 – 43:15 – LVMH och lyxkonsumtion 30:45 – 32:52 – Pinpoint och deras tävling där du kan vinna Magnus bok Investera med rätt fokus. Länk: https://t.co/Z7oYcsE38a 43:15 – 52:40 – Hur Magnus tänker som investerare 52:40 – 59:30 – Evolution 59:30 – 1:06:00 – Fördelar och nackdelar med finanstwitter 1:06:00 – 1:09:35 – Netflix 1:09:50 – 1:10:45 – Magnus portfölj   Twitter: @AktiesnackPodd Magnus och Peter finns såklart också på Twitter: @analytikern1234 (Magnus) & @Matematikern3 (Peter) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

How Long Gone
338. - Fivio Foreign

How Long Gone

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 66:21 Very Popular


Fivio Foreign is a rapper from New York. His new record B.I.B.L.E. is out now. We chat about podcasting on tired legs, a lads dinner at Mother Wolf, rap music at the fine dining restaurant, the pink drinks at Starbucks, frozen coffee pucks, friends and family of Fivio's unique investment opportunities, his diet and bloodwork, which muscles a drill rapper needs to focus on in the gym, his chick spends way too much money at Target, he doesn't get to pick out the candles anymore, Fivio enjoys a bottle of 2010 Dom P throughout this episode, our top three favorite pills, which drugs to take for which airplane sizes, Fivie's bullish on gold, where other rappers fuck up on their features, working with Kanye, and how the internet made people think it's okay to pick a fight with Mike Tyson or tackle Dave Chappelle. instagram.com/fivioforeign_8fs twitter.com/donetodeath twitter.com/themjeans --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support

Bei Anruf Wein – der Weinfreunde Podcast
Verschlusssache Wein: Korken vs. Schrauber

Bei Anruf Wein – der Weinfreunde Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 24:02


Die Debatte um den angeblich billigen Schraubverschluss wird von manchem Traditionalisten gern mit großer Entschlossenheit geführt. Doch ist der Schrauber wirklich der schlechtere Verschluss für Wein und wie oft tritt eigentlich der gefürchtete Korkfehler auf? Michael und Tobias tragen die wichtigsten Argumente zusammen, reden über die Gasdiffusionsrate und Dom Pérignon, Zwölftonmusik und ihren persönlichen Umgang mit der Verschlusssache Wein. >> WEINE MIT SCHRAUBVERSCHLUSS>> WEINFREUNDE PODCAST HOMEPAGE Produktion und Schnitt: Andreas Hagelüken

Případy z archivu
Netvor Čikatilo: Rudý rozparovač má na svědomí přes 50 žen a dětí, části jejich těl zohavoval i jedl

Případy z archivu

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 7:26


Andrej Čikatilo, přezdívaný též rostovský řezník nebo rudý rozparovač, se narodil v roce 1936 na území dnešní Ukrajiny. Jako dítě zažil válečné hrůzy i poválečný hladomor, během něhož se stal obětí kanibalismu údajně i jeho 10letý bratr. Do druhé poloviny 70. let žil běžným životem, dokonce pracoval jako učitel. Pak spáchal vraždu holčičky, kterou chtěl znásilnit... a zjistil, že násilí ho zvráceně uspokojuje... Na svém dalším krvavém tažení připravil o život mladé ženy i děti. Sexuálně je zneužíval, deformoval jim těla, zohavoval je, jedl části těl. Jde o jeden z nejhrůznějších kriminalistických činů celých dějin. Dopaden a usvědčen byl až po dlouhých letech. U přelíčení musel být zavřený v kleci. Nejenže se tato zrůda chovala nepříčetně, navíc jí hrozil lynč ze strany přítomných pozůstalých obětí.

Eglises accueillantes
Abbaye Saint-Pierre d'Hautvillers

Eglises accueillantes

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 13:08


Le village d'Hautvillers est connu dans le monde entier pour sa célèbre abbaye et son moine Dom Pérignon, natif de Sainte-Ménehould. Il reste aujourd'hui une église-abbatiale ouverte au public avec de nombreuses œuvres à l'intérieur dont plusieurs reliquaires. On ne peut venir à Hautvillers sans visiter la commune dont l'office de tourisme se trouve sur la grand' place. Visite guidée avec Catherine Lopez, membre de l'association "Les Amis d'Hautvillers".

Rendez-vous de Bacchus / Institut Georges Chappaz
Christophe Bliard : Le secret de la collerette de Champagne - Les RDV de Bacchus / Institut Georges Chappaz

Rendez-vous de Bacchus / Institut Georges Chappaz

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 54:49


Le secret de la collerette du champagne est-il caché dans le pot de confiture ? Après la longue période de gestation de la deuxième fermentation dans le nid douillet de sa bouteille et sa naissance au fond de la flute, Julie, la petite bulle de champagne s'élance dans un ballet tourbillonnant vers la surface. Lors de son ascension elle murit en se chargeant des mille parfums du précieux liquide qui l'a vu naître. Cette folle ascension se termine en apothéose lorsqu'elle éclot à la surface, projetant ses mille senteurs dans bouquet final et, tirant sa révérence, elle déploie sa plus belle robe dans une superbe collerette de dentelle qu'elle épanouit à la surface et arbore ostensiblement à la vue de tous. Mais soudain, rien ne va plus. Sa robe a disparu. Que s'est-il passé ? L'enquêteur Miller se met en chasse, utilisant tous les ressorts de la science il part en quête de la collerette disparue. Intervenant - Christophe Bliard Né à Epernay le 24 déc. 1959 à d'une longue lignée de vignerons champenois, Christophe Bliard grandi à Hautvillers où il partageait son temps libre entre les vignes et la forêt autour de l'église abbatiale de Dom Pérignon. Très jeune, intéressé par les plantes, la chimie et les analyses il découvre les premiers secrets de la complexité de l'analyse des vins au cours d'un stage dans le laboratoire de l'Institut Oenologique de Champagne. Après un Bac à Reims il part faire des études universitaires à Orsay où il restera jusqu'à son doctorat en 1987 à l'Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles (CNRS). Il travaillera en Hongrie à l'Université Polytechnique de Budapest, puis à Londres (au Queen Elisabeth College (University of London). Il travaillera deux ans au Canada à Queen's University avant d'être recruté en 1990 comme chercheur au CNRS à Reims, sur sa terre d'origine. Spécialité : Il développe la chimie des sucres et polymères complexes et issus de l'agriculture et la viticulture dans le but de développer de nouvelles fonctionnalités, particulièrement dans le domaine des applications non-alimentaires, recherche-innovation ; chimie verte et bioéconomie. Il sera coordinateur scientifique et animateur du programme de recherche CPER AMIVAL et participera aux programmes de recherches sur la vigne et le vin (Vinéal, Cellostab). Il développera le programme de recherche MATAGRAF qui a conduit au développement des agrafes de palissage biodégradables. Il développe actuellement un programme de recherche sur la transformation des résidus de pressurage (aignes, rafles) en matériaux intelligents pour des applications dans le bâtiment.

Winzer talk | Der Wein-Podcast
Eppli: Versteigerung und Auflösung einer exklusiven Weinsammlung

Winzer talk | Der Wein-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 39:07


Im Stuttgarter Auktionshaus Eppli kommt am Samstag, den 19.03.2022 die erste Hälfte einer beeindruckenden Weinsammlung unter den Hammer. Die sensationelle Sammlung eines süddeutschen Gastronomenpaars beinhaltet jede Menge Raritäten und Jahrhundertweine. Der vinophile Schwerpunkt liegt auf französischen Tropfen aus Bordeaux, Burgund und der Champagne. Darunter verbergen sich Hochkaräter wie ein 1945er Mouton Rothschild oder auch lang gereifte Champagner aus den Häusern Krug, Taittinger oder Dom Pérignon. Für die Sonderauktion der Eppli Auktionshalle in Leinfelden-Echterdingen hat das Traditionshaus extra einen geeigneten und alarmgesicherten Weinkeller errichtet, um die rund 3.000 Flaschen optimal bis zur Versteigerung lagern zu können. Die Flaschen wurden seit den 1980er- Jahren von den Besitzern ausgesucht und bei vertrauenswürdigen Händlern erworben. Neben Schaumweinen, Rot- und Weißweinen, gibt es außerdem rund 50 Flaschen des begehrten Romano Levi Grappas.

Proxi-Jeux
[FIJ Cannes 2022] Débrief Jour 1

Proxi-Jeux

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2022 34:08


Cannes 2022, jour 1. Après une soirée passée à boire du Dom Pérignon en compagnie d’Antoine Bauza pour fêter son […]

The SELF LOVEdit Podcast
S03E07 Karol Droździk: o szampanie, marketingu i zmianach życiowych

The SELF LOVEdit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 63:49


Nagrywając z Karolem Droździkiem odcinek, trafiłam na czas wielkich zmian. Dzień przed premierą tego odcinka ogłosił, że opuszcza Polskę i Moët & Chandon, z którym był związany przez ostatnie 4 lata, aby przeprowadzić się do Londynu, gdzie na nowym stanowisku i nowym rynku będzie kontynuował swoje szampańskie przygody. Odcinek spodoba się tym z Was, którzy są zainteresowani marketingiem, szczególnie w sektorze dóbr luksusowych. Karol dzieli się swoimi spostrzeżeniami na temat rynku w Polsce i mówi, czego spodziewa się po nowych wyzwaniach w Wielkiej Brytanii. Ale spoko, to nie rozmowa branżowa. Myślę, że ta rozmowa daje rzadki (w mediach) wgląd w życie i podejście Karola, który w oryginalny sposób zaczął i kontynuuje swoją karierę. Wspomina o szukaniu swojej drogi i o tym, jak trzyma balans w codzienności. Znajdziesz nas na Instagramie: Karol Droździk @karoldrozdzik // Susanna Michalek @suoffduty / @selflovedit Odcinek powstał w partnerstwie z marką ONSKIN by Biotaniqe, dostępną wyłącznie w drogeriach Rossmann. Instagram marki: @onskin_beauty Karol Droździk: Brand Manager marek szampańskich LVMH na Polskę: Moët & Chandon, Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot, Ruinart, Krug, E&W.

L'Histoire nous le dira
NON ! Dom Perignon n'a pas inventé le champagne | L'Histoire nous le dira # 196

L'Histoire nous le dira

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 20:04


Non, Dom Pérignon n'a pas « inventé » le champagne. Plus encore, le célèbre moine bénédictin n'aurait même jamais bu de vin effervescent de sa vie. Pas une goutte ! Adhérez à cette chaîne pour obtenir des avantages : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN4TCCaX-gqBNkrUqXdgGRA/join Pour soutenir financièrement la chaîne, trois choix: 1. Cliquez sur le bouton « Adhérer » sous la vidéo. 2. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hndl 3. UTip: https://utip.io/lhistoirenousledira Avec: Laurent Turcot, professeur en histoire à l'Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada et Nadia Fournier https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-eQ9quOoJqjRJjRFrD6kIA Musique issue du site : epidemicsound.com Abonnez-vous à ma chaine: https://www.youtube.com/c/LHistoirenousledira Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/histoirenousledira Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurentturcot Les vidéos sont utilisées à des fins éducatives selon l'article 107 du Copyright Act de 1976 sur le Fair-Use. Pour aller plus loin: Jean-Robert Pitte, La Bouteille de vin : histoire d'une révolution, Paris, Taillandier, 2013 https://www.revuedesdeuxmondes.fr/dom-perignon-inventeur-du-champagne-une-fake-news-qui-se-propage-depuis-deux-siecles/ https://www.lepoint.fr/vin/qui-a-invente-le-champagne-ca-passe-ou-ca-casse-19-11-2020-2401857_581.php https://www.lepoint.fr/vin/l-abecedaire-du-champagne-06-12-2018-2277061_581.php #histoire #documentaire #champagne

Gayish Podcast
Gayish: 260 Champagne

Gayish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 85:41


We cover the creation of champagne (hint: it's not Dom Pérignon), Mike's new favorite god, why champagne is associated with New Year's Eve, bottomless mimosas, champagne songs by mostly straight artists (incl. Taylor Swift, Nick Jonas, Drake, Lin Manuel Miranda, Jessica Hammond, Malia Civetz, Queer Rocket, and Amanda Lepore), the “gay” cava True Colours and their iffy LGBT support, and the champagne of beer. In this episode: News- 1:27 || Main Topic (Champagne)- 14:49 || Gayest & Straightest- 1:13:41 In the bonus Patreon segment, Fucking Dan shoots champagne up his ass. No, for realz. Get bonus audio and video at patreon.com/gayishpodcast.

Délice in extremis - Olivier Poels
L'histoire du Champagne Blanc de Blancs

Délice in extremis - Olivier Poels

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 6:12


Dans la grande famille des champagnes, il est une catégorie qui rencontre un succès grandissant : le blanc de blancs. Pour comprendre l'idée du blanc de blancs, il faut rappeler ce qu'est l'esprit de le champagne depuis celui qui contribua à son essor, Dom Pérignon. 

Unreserved Wine Talk
157: Dom Perignon, Chateau Montelena and Wine for Your Zodiac Sign

Unreserved Wine Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 41:45


What's it like to experience a piece of Dom Pérignon history? Has the legendary California Chardonnay Chateau Montelena 1973 Chardonnay held up in the years since the Judgement of Paris? How can you pair wine with your Zodiac sign? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with wine writer, Gina Birch and broadcaster Julie Glenn, hosts of the Grape Minds podcast. You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks.   Highlights What makes Spain a great destination for wine lovers? How did Julie finally become a Lambrusco fan? Has the legendary Chateau Montelena 1973 Chardonnay held up in the years since the Judgement of Paris? What can you learn through comparative tastings? What was it like to experience the history of Dom Pérignon through St. Hilaire Abbey in Limoux? How can you pair wine with your zodiac sign? Which controversial Grape Minds interview almost didn't make it to air? How has cancer affected Julie's experience with wine? What are my favourite Pinot Noirs? Why does Julie believe consolidation of the wine industry is bad for wine? How can you pair your favourite childhood foods with wine? What are Gina and Julie's go-to wine books? Which of Gina and Julie's favourite wine gadgets should you try? How long should you save "special" wines?   Key Takeaways I loved Gina's story about experiencing a piece of Dom Pérignon history. That's the magical connection between wine and place. I'm impressed that the legendary California Chardonnay Chateau Montelena 1973 Chardonnay held up in the years since the Judgement of Paris. I enjoyed Julie pairing wine with your Zodiac sign. It's uncanny that she picked Pinot Noir for Libras even before we met. As you know, it's my go-to vino.   Join me on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube Live Video Join the live-stream video of this conversation on Wednesday at 7 pm eastern on Instagram Live Video, Facebook Live Video or YouTube Live Video. I'll be jumping into the comments as we watch it together so that I can answer your questions in real-time. I want to hear from you! What's your opinion of what we're discussing? What takeaways or tips do you love most from this chat? What questions do you have that we didn't answer? Want to know when we go live? Add this to your calendar: https://www.addevent.com/calendar/CB262621   About Gina Birch and Julie Glenn Gina Birch grew up in Florida, and earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and public relations from Troy University, in Alabama. Her first job was in radio news, which eventually led her to Fort Myers, Florida, where she hosted a top-rated morning show for almost 15 years. She also started writing about food, wine, spirits and travel for USA Today, the Napa Register and the Fort Myers News-Press. Julie Glenn earned her Master's degree in communication from the Slow Food University of Gastronomic Sciences in Piedmont, Italy and is fluent in Italian. She also has an undergraduate degree in Mass Communication from the University of Missouri. She began her broadcasting career as a reporter/anchor/producer for both CBS and NBC affiliates. Before becoming the News Director at WGCU, the NPR affiliate for southwest Florida, Julie was the regular wine columnist for the Naples Daily News. Gina and Julie had been friends for years and together they created Grape Minds, a wine podcast that's also broadcasted on NPR. They talk about the people, culture, and history behind the wines, as well as wine travel and food pairings. They've also interviewed some of the best-known people in the wine world and as they note, have only destroyed one soundboard while tasting in the studio.     To learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/157.

Eglises accueillantes
Moiremont (Argonne)

Eglises accueillantes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 8:45


Le nom de Moiremont est connu depuis la fondation de son abbaye en 707. Depuis la Révolution française, il ne reste que l'église Sainte Marie Madeleine des Grottes et les forêts domaniales qui subirent de nombreuses destructions au cours de la guerre 1914-1918. Un jeune novice de Sainte-Ménehould y fit ses classes avant de partir pour l'abbaye Saint-Vanne de Verdun, puis Hauvillers pour devenir le célèbre Dom Pérignon. Visite de l'église et du cimetière avec Patrick Desingly, maire de Moiremont.

Surviving Tomorrow
Why Do We Allow Infinite Wealth Accumulation?

Surviving Tomorrow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 14:56


Welcome to Surviving Tomorrow, a podcast, newsletter, and publication that helps you navigate life in an age of democratic destruction, ecological collapse, and economic irrelevance, available for FREE on Substack, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Facebook, and Youtube.Jeff Bezos controls Amazon. And Whole Foods. And The Washington Post. And IMDB, Zappos, Souq, Blue Origin, Kiva Systems, Alexa, DPReview, Fabric.com, Woot, Goodreads, Twitch, Audible, Elemental, Quidsi, Annapurna Labels, Accept, Living Social, Twilio, HomeGrocer, Bill Me Later, eZiba, BankBazaar, Kozmo, Ionic, Songza, and Wine.com. Plus he has VC stakes in Lookout, Juno, Grail, Workday, Vessel, Domo, Fundbox, Stack Overflow, Everfi, Remitly, Rethink Robotics, General Fusion, MakerBot, Unity Biotech, General Assembly, Business Insider, Google, Uber, Airbnb, and Twitter. And he's working on acquiring MGM. Plus he owns at least eight mansions and 100,000+ acres, a bunch of penis-shaped rockets, and a $500,000,000 hyper-yacht.Bernard Arnault controls LVMH, which has swallowed more than seventy of its competitors, including Dior, Fendi, Givenchy, Dom Pérignon, Loius Vuitton, Moët & Chandon, Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, Loro Piana, Princess Yachts, Bulgari, Sephora, and Tiffany & Co.Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway owns massive chunks of nearly fifty companies including Apple, Amazon, Amex, Bank of America, Chevron, Kraft, Mastercard, Sirius, Visa, Wells Fargo, P&G, Johnson & Johnson, Dairy Queen, Fruit of the Loom, GM, Merck, T-Mobile, GEICO, and Coca-Cola, which itself has eaten more than 400 competing drink companies.Blackrock, which owns a piece of 5,480 companies including Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Nvidia, Tesla, JP Morgan, Paypal, Home Depot, Disney, Exxon, Pfizer, Pepsi, AT&T, Nike, Walmart, McDonald's, Costco, and Netflix, just bought Reese Witherspoon's media company for $900 million, adding to its $9 trillion Smaug-like horde.It makes you wonder when monopolists will stop growing larger and larger.And then one day it occurs to you…They will not stop until they are stopped.The factsThere are now 2,755 billionaires on the planet, not including “royalty” and dictators.In the year 2000, they controlled less than $1 trillion.Today, they control more than $13.1 trillion.13.5X in a generation.And they've grown their wealth by $5.5 trillion during the pandemic so far.The world's richest eight men now own more than the bottom 4 billion.On the flip side, there's never been so many people experiencing suffering and deprivation in human history:Systemic inequality pushed 200+ million people into poverty and cost women around the world at least $800 billion in lost income in 2020.690 million people go to bed hungry every night (and the number is rising by 16 million per year.)5.5 million people are moving into slums per month.2.3 million children die from malnutritionment every year.Clearly, there is no limit to the depth of poverty and deprivation to which our global society will allow humans to fall — never forget that millions of children are still trafficked for rape annually and that nine million people die from starvation each year — yet somehow elite individuals are allowed to amass unlimited plenty in a world of deprivation?It begs the question: Is it moral and right for us to allow individuals to hoard extreme wealth in the face of overwhelming widespread poverty, documented democratic subversion, and environmental catastrophe?If humanity saw itself as the global family that it truly is, it would be morally impossible to not limit the amount that one family member could control while another suffered and died.“Earned” wealthIt is impossible for an individual to legitimately earn a billion dollars.If someone earned $100 per hour — more than enough for anyone to live in luxurious comfort — in order to truly earn a billion dollars, they'd have to work 40 hours per week, 50 weeks per year, for five thousand years.So how is a billion dollars actually amassed?By skimming a profit off the backs of untold others:off the workers they employoff the suppliers they squeezeoff the carcasses of the competitors they destroy with monopolyoff the planet they unsustainably extract fromoff the governments from which they gain subsidies and advantagesoff the stable societies they sell to while evading taxationoff the democracies whose rules they change at willoff the shareholders they dupeHow is the ability to skim achieved? Through unfair advantage and privilege.It is impossible to “work hard, save, and invest” your way to a billion dollars.Let's be crystal clear: billionaires don't “create jobs.” They extract value — time, talent, creativity, effort — from others at an industrial scale.Decentralize everythingHere's a short thought experiment.Which is better: 2,755 billionaires and their $13.1 trillion, each monopolizing roughly one industry apiece and subverting democracy, or 131,000 centa-millionaires in competition?How about 1,310,000 deca-millionaires?Or 13,100,000 millionaires?13.1 million millionaires would do far more for the economy in terms of spending, hiring, diffusing power, avoiding democratic destruction, increasing competition, and sparking innovation.Are there truly enough benefits to the global population to merit supporting the costs of maintaining billionaires? Surely not. No rational person can make the argument that 2,755 billionaires are globally preferable to having 13.1 million more millionaires, or 131 million more workers each controlling a $100K stake in the businesses wherein they constitute all of the wealth-creation.“But those poor billionaires are just rich on paper!”Sychophants for the ultra-elite are quick to cry out that most billionaires don't actually have $1,000,000,000+ sitting in a Scrooge McDuck-style vault. Their wealth is usually tied up in shares of the companies they almost always undemocratically control.But these people don't understand how billionaires work.Billionaires borrow colossal amounts of cheap debt against those paper shares, and let inflation devalue that debt over time.So you and I — the real taxpayers in society — end up footing the bill as the money-printing machine devalues our actual-earned money.We need a more equitable pre-distribution of ownership, wealth, and opportunity.Mathematical doomI believe — as do most of the working masses and the desperate poor — that it is morally wrong and utterly inhumane to be a billionaire whilst millions starve and billions suffer.Full stop.To paraphrase the Bible: “The poor will always be among us because the rich will always be above us.”The world and planet can't afford to support billionaires anymore.Corporatism is a gross inefficiency and major source of economic inequality; it is anti-democracy; it is ecological unsustainability.We should replace it with an economy of sole proprietors, partnerships, cooperatives, not-for-profits, and for-benefits — all the wealth to all the workers — massively diverse, all competing and cooperating and innovating within a body of economic law that enforces ecological sustainability (as defined by biology) and economic fairness (as defined by real democracy.)If we don't, we're mathematically doomed.Charting our trajectory to zeroWhen will billionaires stop amassing more wealth?The answer is clear:They won't.Our total global wealth is currently $431 trillion.In the past twenty years, billionaires have grown their wealth by 13.5X, to $13.1 trillion, far outpacing the poor and total growth in global wealth.At their current pace, billionaires will control $176 trillion in twenty years and $2.3 quadrillion in forty.You read that right: If we do not stop them, billionaires will control the entire globe's resources within our lifetime.From there, it's simply a game of thrones to determine which few families will survive.In the winner-take-all economy, elites will not stop until they are stopped.Why can't voter-shoppers fathom this fact?The solution is frightfully simpleIt's a radical idea that will be common sense to future generations:Individual private wealth must be limited.That's right: No more billionaires.Every dollar over $1 billion in net worth will be taxed at 100% or placed in a commons trust.As one Redditor put it:Once you reach $999,999,999 we give you a plaque that says, “congratulations, you won capitalism,” and we name a dog park after you.A global Billionaire Ban will have wonderful implications for protecting democracy and making the economy more robust and fair. Obviously, democracy can argue over the exact number for our new global limit — 10 million, 100 million, even 1 billion — so long as we agree on the underlying fundamental that private wealth must have an upper limit.Older right-leaning white men will now scream “Communism! Socialism!” while failing to realize this piece is not advocating central ownership or central control of the economy. That's what billionaires are working on.We need to reform our economic system. We need a more equitable pre-distribution of ownership, wealth, and opportunity, and we desperately need democratic limits to protect against monopoly and wealth hoarding.This isn't optional for the survival of our species: it's now required for the survival of all species.We need to move quickly.In the time it took you to read this article, the world's billionaires gained $62 million while sixty people moved into slums and thirty children died of hunger.How many more people must suffer and die before we re-structure the global economy for widest-spread well-being? Get full access to Surviving Tomorrow at www.surviving-tomorrow.com/subscribe

F4L - Fishin' 4 Likes
Fishin' 4 Likes Episode 30

F4L - Fishin' 4 Likes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 39:42


Join hosts Chad and Joey as they discuss various topics that you didn't know you needed to hear about. This week, the list of things a person should never cheap out on grows a little longer. This week's Catchin' a Buzz segment features "Bee Sippin'", some 100% Ontario Mead courtesy of our good friend Dom P. Some mysterious audio glitches/digital sounds join us this week at a few different intervals.Follow us on Instagram @fishin4likespodcast for some behind the scenes content and send us a DM! We'll read anything on air. 

RADIO X CHRONIQUES & ENTREVUES
Dom PÈTE UN CÂBLE en ondes! C'est un gouvernement MÉCHANT!

RADIO X CHRONIQUES & ENTREVUES

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 27:39


Legion of Doom sur l'ultimatum du 15 octobre.

The Wedding Biz - Behind the Scenes of the Wedding Business
Episode 380 COLIN COWIE: The Gold Standard: Giving Your Customers What They Didn't Know They Wanted

The Wedding Biz - Behind the Scenes of the Wedding Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 37:38


Having had celebrity clients such as Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Seacrest, Kim Kardashian, Lil Wayne, Nicole Kidman, and Demi Moore, this episode's returning guest has enjoyed quite the career so far. Colin Cowie has also had many corporate clients such as Dom Pérignon, Warner Brothers, CBS, Whitney Museum of American Art, Architectural Digest, and so many more! Colin is also a published author, having written books such as Dinner After Dark: Sexy, Sumptuous Supper Soirees, Colin Cowie Chic: The Guide to Life as It Should Be, and Colin Cowie Wedding Chic: 1,001 Ideas for Every Moment of Your Celebration. Colin, as he discusses with Andy in this episode, is all about making sure that he delivers the ultimate experience for his clients. Colin and Andy also talk about Colin's new book, The Gold Standard: Giving Your Customers What They Didn't Know They Wanted, which is Colin's eleventh published book! Colin discusses luxury and what it means in any business – that it is about customer service and not just the product that you are selling. He discusses how to ascertain what customers want so that you can provide it to them before they even realize what they want. We also hear Colin talk about the importance of not only having good relationships with your clients but also with the employees of your company, how important that protocol and consistency are to him, how to get customers to keep coming back to you, and so much more! Andy has known Colin for nearly two decades and is so impressed with everything that he has accomplished. He always has such a blast with Colin, when he has him on the podcast, and is grateful for his time. Andy encourages you to go back and listen to his previous episodes with Colin and to also check out his new book The Gold Standard: Giving Your Customers What They Didn't Know They Wanted. Please share this interview with at least three good friends who might also enjoy it, and leave a top review of the podcast wherever you listen! Have you heard about the brand new show on The Wedding Biz Network, Stop and Smell the Roses with Preston Bailey? Listen as Preston shares the secrets, tools, and technologies behind his extraordinary ability to create a theatrical environment out of any space. Also, don't forget about Sean Low's podcast The Business of Being Creative, where Sean discusses the power of being niched, pricing strategies, metrics of success, and so much more. You can find both shows on The Wedding Biz Network.   SUPPORTING THE WEDDING BIZ Become a patron and support Andy and the show! If you are so inspired, contribute!   Time Stamps [0:44] – Andy reveals that Colin Cowie is today's guest! [3:03] – Colin explains why he decided to write his new book The Gold Standard. [5:59] – Colin expounds upon his belief that customer service is the new luxury. [7:05] – We learn how to deliver to customers what they didn't realize they wanted. [9:36] – Colin gives examples of how to build relationships with clients. [10:58] – Colin affirms that you need to make sure that your employees have an emotional connection with you. [13:30] – Andy enthuses over how the COVID-19 pandemic gave us opportunities to reform company culture. [14:07] – Colin emphasizes how crucial teamwork and communication are. [17:29] – Andy and Colin agree that creating and owning your brand is important. [20:13] – We are persuaded of the importance of including everyone in meetings, even receptionists. [22:58] – Colin asserts how important protocols are to him. [25:52] – We discover that Colin is always updating protocols based on new things that are learned. [27:36] – Colin gives an example of great customer service provided by a pilot. [30:35] – We learn how we can get customers to keep coming back to us. [33:02] – Colin provides insight on failure and both its inevitability and its importance. [34:20] – Colin reveals what about the future excites him. [36:34] – Andy shares where online we can find Colin. RESOURCES Colin Cowie – Dinner After Dark: Sexy, Sumptuous Supper SoireesColin Cowie – Colin Cowie Chic: The Guide to Life as It Should BeColin Cowie – Colin Cowie Wedding Chic: 1,001 Ideas for Every Moment of Your CelebrationColin Cowie - The Gold Standard: Giving Your Customers What They Didn't Know They WantedThe Wedding Biz - Episode 128 REVISIT: Colin Cowie: Part 1 Creating Groundbreaking Luxury ExperiencesThe Wedding Biz - Episode 135 Colin Cowie: Part 2 Creating Groundbreaking Luxury ExperiencesThe Wedding Biz - Episode 267 A Conversation With: Colin CowieRyan Holiday – The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph Find Colin: Colin's WebsiteColin's Instagram PageColin Cowie Lifestyle - Instagram PageColin Cowie Lifestyle - Facebook PageColin's Twitter Page Follow The Wedding Biz on Social: The Wedding Biz The Wedding Biz on Instagram: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz on Facebook: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz Network The Music Makers   Support The Wedding Biz by clicking here.   Title Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Kushner Entertainment.  

Unreserved Wine Talk
143: Luxury Wine Marketing, Dom Pérignon, Must-Have Gadgets with Robert Vernick & Peter Yeung

Unreserved Wine Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 31:45


What are the six key elements that define a luxury wine? What'll surprise you about Dom Pérignon that makes it different from other luxury wines? Which two wine gadgets must you own as a wine lover? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Robert Vernick and Peter Yeung, co-hosts of the XChateau podcast. You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks.   Highlights What are the six elements that define luxury wine? Which luxury wines are on Robert's bucket list? What's it like to have a wine tasting with the winemaker for Dom Pérignon? How is Dom Pérignon Plénitude even more luxurious than standard vintages? Which luxury wine would Peter give a score of 100 points? How does aging on the lees impact a wine's taste and texture? What makes Dom Pérignon a distinctive luxury brand? Who was Dom Pérignon? What are the four categories of luxury wine buyers? What's Robert's approach to buying and collecting luxury wine? What does Peter love about the 2013 Oddero Barolo? Why should you add RAEN wines to your must-try list? How can you pair 2013 Oddero Barolo and RAEN Pinot Noir with food? What are Peter and Robert's favourite wine gadgets?   Key Takeaways I found their discussion of the elements that make a wine a luxury brand fascinating, especially the psychological motives beyond simply drinking a fine wine. It's quite a feat for Dom Pérignon to produce 5 million bottles almost every year and still have consumers believe in its rarity and scarcity. Brand stories are central no matter what you're selling. People relate to people, not things. We remember the story of Dom Perignon even if we get some aspects of it confused like he tried to get the bubbles out of his wine, not in, though he was a master blender. I've since purchased a box of Repour closures and I think they are making a difference. I also bought the Durand Corkscrew, though I have yet to use it - hoping for a dried-out cork soon.   Watch Party Join me for the debut Watch Party of the video of this conversation that I'll be live-streaming for the very first time on Zoom on Wednesday, September 1st at 7 pm eastern. You can save your spot for free right here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HIjNiuE7R-OexJCsmoPGrg. I'll be jumping into the comments as we watch it together so that I can answer your questions in real-time. I want to hear from you! What's your opinion of what we're discussing? What takeaways or tips do you love most from this chat? What questions do you have that we didn't answer?   Giveaway You could win a personally signed copy of Peter's book, Luxury Wine Marketing published by Infinite Ideas in Oxford, U.K.   How to Win All you need to do is comment on my post on Instagram, Facebook or LinkedIn before 7 pm EDT on September 1st. I'll select the winner randomly from those who participate. You get a bonus entry for every wine-loving friend you tag and if you re-share this post in your stories. Good luck!   About Robert Vernick and Peter Yeung Robert Vernick and Peter Yeung co-host the XChateau podcast that features insights, analysis, and perspectives on news and trends in the wine industry beyond winemaking, such as marketing, finance, and consumer trends. Robert is a noted wine blogger who holds the WSET Diploma. Peter is wine business consultant and the award-winning author of Luxury Wine Marketing published by Infinite Ideas in Oxford, U.K. He was named one of Wine Business Monthly's 2020 Wine Industry Leaders.   To learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/143.

Minuto do Vinho - Luiz Cola
"Beber estrelas": conheça o mítico champagne Dom Pérignon

Minuto do Vinho - Luiz Cola

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 18:04


O que você acharia de beber estrelas? Pois foi assim que o monge beneditino Dom Pierre Pérignon caracterizou a bebida que acabara de descobrir, no século XVII, na ambição de fazer "o melhor vinho do mundo". "Estou bebendo estrelas", teria dito Dom Pérignon ao tomar o primeiro gole do primeiro "champagne" da história. E é sobre o champagne Dom Pérignon que Luiz Cola fala, nesta edição do Minuto do Vinho, continuando a série sobre vinhos míticos!

The Retrospectors
On This Day: Dom Perignon Tastes The Stars

The Retrospectors

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 10:25


Benedictine monk Dom Perignon is said to have discovered champagne on 4th August, 1693. 200 million bottles are now produced and sold every year.The sparkliness was originally considered a defect - because carbonated wine caused the fragile bottles of the era to burst. Until stronger glass was developed in the mid-19th century, mass-produced champagne was impossible to manufacture, so it gained a reputation as a high society tipple.In this episode, Arion, Rebecca and Olly examine the boredom of wine-tastings; explain how to make fake champagne; and reveal how the bombing of French vineyards, ironically, helped to save the industry...Further Reading:• ‘How Dom Perignon Became The King Of Champagne' (Alux, 2019): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaUB8bFV0lM• ‘Dom Pérignon 'Drinks the Stars' (WIRED, 2009): https://www.wired.com/2009/08/dayintech-0804/• ‘6 things you can carbonate with your SodaStream' (CNet, 2016):https://www.cnet.com/home/smart-home/things-you-can-carbonate-with-your-sodastream/For bonus material and to support the show, visit Patreon.com/RetrospectorsWe'll be back tomorrow! Follow us wherever you get your podcasts: podfollow.com/RetrospectorsThe Retrospectors are Olly Mann, Rebecca Messina & Arion McNicoll, with Matt Hill.Theme Music: Pass The Peas. Announcer: Bob Ravelli. Graphic Design: Terry Saunders. Edit Producer: Emma Corsham.Copyright: Rethink Audio / Olly Mann 2021. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

GenZ OGs
lil Karl

GenZ OGs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 46:46


In this episode, the guys get straight into how Karl hates being called big Karl (1:27). The Chitlins conversation (7:15). Is shit really as crazy as nigs say it is (12:20)? From there, they discuss being better at practicing what you preach (17:56). Part two of chopping it up with our SD connect Dom P(27:00).

GenZ OGs
Whats the addy

GenZ OGs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 40:07


Sit back and enjoy a 40 minute Genz OGs special. In this episode, the guys get straight into how crazy it feels to already be on episode 9. From there, they get into how it feels coming off of an ACL off-year (Pandemic) (5:50). The thought of doing something or being somewhere forever (19:00). Tapped in with our San Diego connect Dom P (23:00)

Somm and Somm'er
Drinking Dom Perignon

Somm and Somm'er

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 50:11


We finally get to to taste the 2010 vintage of Dom Perignon, better yet any Dom P. for that matter. Is this champagne worth the money, driven by great marketing or is it strictly a status booster. Join us for our first ever tasting of 2010 Dom Perignon Champagne. Cheers!

The Boondocks Podcast
Home Alone

The Boondocks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 89:54


Home Alone - S02/E10  Lynxi WelcomeEpisode synopsis HBOMax Synopsis: When Granddad takes a much needed vacation from the boys, Huey takes control of the house but has to contend with a vicious insurgency from Riley. Pre Show: MJ is back! Thanks to Demond and Drake for guest co-hosting. Happy Pride Month! Kim & Kanye Jason Lee Vaccinations/Distrust Allergies Reminder:  https://www.patreon.com/boondockspodShow:  Jay-Z Soul Plane 9/11 Toy guns Tamir Rice White People Question: From _tommynara (Ryan Thompson) on TikTok : “I got a neck tattoo and my white roommate said “Aren't you afraid that makes you look like a certain type of black guy?”” Have a “Stupid White People Question” you want to leave us?Email us at Hosts@TheBoondocksPod.comor leave us a voicemail at ‪‪(760) 933-8636‬, that's (760) WE-3-UNDO. Post Show: Black tattoo artists Lighting Black skin in film "Types" of Black people All In The Family   Next week:  S-Word Need to see where we are on social media and such?  Come find us!  https://www.theboondockspod.com/links Trivia: At some point of the episode, Riley was forced to wear an orange jumpsuit, which he later took off when he was able to escape from the closet that Huey locked him in. When Robert came back from his trip and opened the door, Huey and Riley were lying on the floor, and Riley was back in the orange jumpsuit. When they both went to hug Robert, Riley was seen back to wearing the white tank top and jeans. According to the flashback with the Cristal, Jay-Z makes an appearance in this episode when Tom told him that Robert was drinking his champagne when Tom told him not to.  This story is true.  Back in 2006, the director of the company that owns Cristal was not very keen on the rap/hip-hop image tied to their product and said “...but what can we do? We can't forbid people from buying it. I'm sure Dom Pérignon or Krug would be delighted to have their business.”  Jay-Z's response:  “It has come to my attention that the managing director of Cristal, Frédéric Rouzaud, views the “hip-hop” culture as “unwelcome attention”', said Jay-Z. ‘I view his comments as racist and will no longer support any of his products through any of my various brands, including the 40/40 Club, nor in my personal life.” When Huey forces Riley to put clothes in the hamper, the song playing is Samuel Barber's "Adagio for Strings", the main theme in the 1986 Vietnam War movie Platoon. When Huey and Riley are prepping BB gun ammo to shoot out Uncle Ruckus, the dining table scene where they are packing their handguns is from The Boondock Saints.  Show Music: Intro:  #Makeachange by K.I.R.K. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License. Outro:  Good Times by Audiobinger is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Scenes From A Single Mom Podcast: Self-Care, Advocacy, Education, Personal + Professional Development for Single Moms

Hey Mama! Have you ever been knocked down so hard by life you feel like you couldn't get back up?  Has Mom Guilt ever been so strong you didn't know what to do? This week we are chatting with Scenes From A Single Mom Volume VI Author Dom P Brown, as she shares her journey to getting back up after not one but two of the worst experiences of her life. Follow When She Thrives on Instagram | Facebook | Youtube Learn more about Scenes From A Single Mom  

Da Round Table Podcast
Da Round Table Podcast with "Dom P"

Da Round Table Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2021 58:48


This week's episode of Da Round Table Podcast I talked with "Dom P" Rapper/Songwriter/ also a member of the rap group "Enlightenment ENT." Along with the other two members "Twin 2'x" and "T-Hood". We talked about his life, music, sports ,movies and so much more tune into Da Round Table podcast. Go Time!!! On all platforms and available on WNYMUSIC.com. Rebel Radio 716 Forever --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daroundtablepodcast/support

The Champagne Way
Episode 79- Dom for 3, S'il Vous Plaît

The Champagne Way

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2021 76:50


Happy Birthday to us! The Champagne Way turns 3 and the ladies celebrate (safely) in person, with their very first bottle of Dom Pérignon! Attempting not to spill a drop, these ladies laugh their way through some of their favorite birthday memories, and chat about their best and worst presents. Listen in to find out which came first, the rubber chicken or the eggstremely bad artwork. (bad pun intended).  

杯弓舌瘾
67 香槟是胜利时的犒赏,也是失败时的慰藉

杯弓舌瘾

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2021 34:37


香槟可能是全世界最著名的起泡性葡萄酒,没有之一。僧侣、军官、寡妇、牛郎、特工、赛车手……关于香槟的传说和它在流行文化中的呈现,编织出了一个五光十色的网络,为这支来自法国北部的美酒,带来丰富的文化意涵。 岁末年初,也是值得开一瓶香槟欢庆的时节。本期节目邀请了香槟校尉孟蕾女士,与我们一起聊一聊香槟的工艺、历史与这个行业正在萌生的新趋势。让我们在愉悦的气泡中,一起收听吧! 本期节目的小宇宙评论区收到点赞最多的五位听众,将会收到杯弓舌瘾的新年福利——“永璞x小宇宙app” 限量联名「播客星球」冻干咖啡 (统计截止到2021年2月18日晚12点)。您也可以关注@杯弓舌瘾TipsyProof 微博参与转发抽奖,期待你的参与! 关注「杯弓舌瘾」公众号,或微信搜索bgsyxzs加入听众交流群,欢迎您参与互动。 【对话成员】 戴鸿靖(微信公号:佛门太闲) 钱老板(微信公号:酒壶和点唱机) 孟蕾(槟客文化) [02:55] 什么是香槟? [07:00] 传统的香槟酿造方法 [10:10] 凯歌夫人发明的转瓶法让香槟酒液澄清 [12:55] 拿破仑时代流传下来的马刀开香槟的传统 [14:15] 香槟骑士、香槟校尉是怎样的头衔 [18:40] 香槟越来越不甜了? [23:40] 香槟的产业结构以及小农香槟的兴起 [27:35] 有机化和自然酒趋势对香槟产区的影响 【本集酒单】 唐·培里侬 Dom Pérignon 凯歌 Veuve Cliquot 酩悦 Moet 库克 Krug 宝禄爵 Pol Roger 宝林爵 Bollinger 泰亭哲 Taittinger 巴黎之花 Perrier Jouet 玛姆 G.H.Mumm 路易王妃 Louis Roederer 【音乐】 Strawberry Fields Forever (The Beatles, Magical Mystery Tour) Champagne Supernova , (Oasis, Champagne Supernova) 【logo设计】杨文骥 【后期制作】真一 【制作总监】王若弛 【节目助理】猫老师 【收听方式】 推荐您使用Apple播客、Spotify、小宇宙App或任意安卓播客客户端订阅收听《杯弓舌瘾》,也可通过网易云音乐、喜马拉雅、蜻蜓FM和荔枝FM收听。 【本节目由JustPod出品】 【互动方式】 商务合作:contact@justpod.fm 微博@杯弓舌瘾TipsyProof 微信公众号:杯弓舌瘾 微博@播客一下 微信公众号:播客一下