Simon Mann is joined by men's Ashes tour veteran Jonathan Agnew and 2010/11 Ashes winner Steven Finn to look back on stories from series Down Under. In this first episode they discuss how challenging the start of an Ashes tour can be from the sledging that starts at the airport to the uncompromising opposition faced in practice matches. Andy Zaltzman casts a statistical eye on how the start of Ashes tours have changed over the years and we look ahead to England's chances this time around.
Flo finally got the Pixel 6, and Andy manifests for the Chromecast with Google TV to be a little more like the Nvidia Shield. Then, we chat about some of the latest follies around the Pixel 6 and what users are bringing up in the forums, including the phone's lackluster fast-charging performance and under-display fingerprint scanning issues. **Content warning for the second half of our podcast**: We talk about the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and the defense's request for a mistrial over a compression issue involving their Android devices. (We recorded before the verdict and did not mention details of the trial beyond the compression issue.) Then, why folks are up in arms over YouTube making its dislikes private. We end the podcast with some jovial banter over Google's timely investment Down Under and the Megaspiders that roam within proximity of its future data centers.
Find out what really is the source of all your problems as a small business and it's not what you thought it is Learn why nurturing existing customers is better than constantly starting up a new business Practice recession-proofing you and your business and how this magic of action could help you a ton Resources/Links: Wanting to Step Up Your Business but Always Seem to be Failing? Learn more about the promising advantages of recession-proofing you and your business and how you can do it: succeedasyourownboss.com Summary Have you been finding yourself struggling on holding up a business online? Do you always wonder what's the problem in your business that you just can't seem to be solved right? Are you ready to find out how you can leverage your business to become the best there is, get more paying customers, and gain the profits you deserve with little-to-no failure? Melinda F. Emerson, the SmallBizLady, is America's #1 Small Business Expert. She is an internationally renowned keynote speaker on small business development and social selling. She hosts The SmallBizChat Podcast. She is the author of Become Your Own Boss in 12 Months, Revides, and Expanded (Simon and Schuster, Sept. 2021). In this episode, Melinda talks about how you can really and truly be your own boss in your business, whether big or small, in the online setting. She also shares her insights on recession-proofing yourself and your business and why you should be doing it as soon as possible. Check out these episode highlights: 01:22 - Melinda's ideal client: “I work with two audiences. I work with small business owners directly who want to start and grow successful small businesses. And on the consulting side, we work with Fortune 500 companies that target small business customers.” 01:56 - Problem Melinda helps solve: “When it comes to small business owners, it's really about marketing. People think they have a revenue problem. No, they have a marketing problem. Their message is not clear. Their call to action isn't clear.” 03:19 - Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Melinda: “Number one, they're too focused on new business as opposed to nurturing existing customers. And big businesses and little businesses have this problem. Everyone's really struggling to sell online now.” 03:56 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Melinda's solution: “They're not clear enough on their buyer persona. Who are they targeting with their message in their ads? That's the number one thing and then they don't test up. They throw all their money behind one idea.” 05:05 - Melinda's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “You got to focus on how to recession-proof yourself. You got to make sure that something about your business is not easily duplicatable by your competition. You've got to focus on user experience.” 05:47 - Melinda's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Melinda's eBook: succeedasyourownboss.com 06:30 - Q: What is your new book about, when is it coming out and where can people get it? A: My new book is called Become Your Own Boss in 12 Months, Revised and Expanded. It is actually the third edition of my very first book. It's coming out from Simon and Schuster. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “It's super clear to focus on who your customer is and what their pain is. Not what you think their pain is, you got to talk to them. You got to test. You got to find out.” -Melinda EmersonClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Greetings, everyone, and a warm welcome to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. I'm Tom Poland, joined today by Melinda Emerson. Melinda, good day from Down Under. A very warm welcome!
A brother from the land Down Under, the self-proclaimed “Fatherless Kid,” Joshua Suli-Ruka discusses the challenges he experienced growing up without his father. He also talks about the various projects he's working on as a Freedom Coach to help other fatherless kids. Joshua is the host of the amazing Finding Freedom Podcast, and he's the first international guest of Fatherless Fathers Podcast. This is an episode you don't want to miss!
Discover why having your own branding can be advantageous in the Amazon platform Learn more on how to navigate around Amazon to maximize your seller and customer experience Find out how Amazon has its own ecosystem and how you can get behind it to maximize your profit from the platform Resources/Links: Wanting to Put Your Business up in Amazon and Maximize the Amazon Platform? Learn more about the power of Amazon and the money-making secrets that will guarantee you a great profit in the world's largest marketplace: https://www.bellavix.com/ Summary Have you been wanting to venture your business out into Amazon, the world's biggest marketplace? Are you feeling overwhelmed and pressured with all the different products, businesses, and brands in Amazon? Do you want to know how you can make a name in the Amazon marketplace, maximize your seller experience and make the most out of the platform? Will Haire runs a full-service Amazon agency, BellaVix. He has worked with eCommerce businesses in the planning and tactical execution of marketing strategies on all Amazon business segments. In this episode, Will shares his insights on what makes a business boom and stand out in the world's biggest marketplace, Amazon. He also talks about what are the things you should avoid when venturing into Amazon for both a better seller and customer experience. Check out these episode highlights: 01:14 - Will's ideal client: “The ideal clients are CMOS and eCommerce brands who are struggling to reach scale on the Amazon marketplace.” 01:55 - Problem Will help solve: “The problem we solve is Amazon is its own ecosystem. And it can get very complicated for brands to kind of navigate, especially if you're in retail.” 03:03- Typical symptoms that clients do before reaching out to Will: “If you're a brand on Amazon, and you're not aware of what it looks like, you should search your products. And if you see sellers you've never heard of with listings, with all different types of quality, the symptoms are obvious that it's a poor brand experience.” 04:07 - Common mistakes that people make before they find Will's solution: “Not caring is, I think, the biggest. It's just like, "Whatever. We sell to wholesalers." We actually get that much pushback. "Why should I care? One way or another, I'm going to get the sale from the manufacturer." 04:57 - Will's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “The easiest thing, if you're not, is to get your brand registered. You can use the IP accelerator and have a trademark with all the features on Amazon in three to four weeks.” 05:31 - Will's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): Check out Will's Website: https://www.bellavix.com/ 06:08 - Q: What's the best type of product to sell on Amazon? A: I like to say that it's not a product, actually, it's a brand. Amazon has differentiated itself from other marketplaces and that brands really excel. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “Amazon has differentiated itself from other marketplaces and that brands really excel. So a lot of my job is driving brand awareness to drive sales.” -Will HaireClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Greetings, everyone, and a warm welcome to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. My name is Tom Poland, joined today by Will Haire. Will, good day from Down Under. Welcome, sir! Where are you hanging out? Will Haire 00:21 I'm hanging out in Raleigh, North Carolina. Here on the East Coast of the United States. Tom Poland 00:25 And where it's 4:30 just gone 6:30 am here the next day. Last night was great, by the way. Will, you're going to love it. For those of you who don't know Will, he runs a full-service Amazon agency, 15 employees.
The illegal wildlife trade is significantly broader and includes far more species than most people think; and Canada is seemingly playing a role. Dr. Chris Shepherd, Executive Director of Monitor Conservation Research Society, is working hard to research and expose the illegal wildlife trade around the world. In two papers he co-published regarding black bears and their illegal trade in various parts of the world, Canada had a clear connection. Links to these, which explore the bear trade in Czech Republic and Australasian countries, are available in the show notes. Dr. Shepherd joined Defender Radio to share more about Monitor Conservation Research Society, how Canada factors into the illegal wildlife trade, and what average residents can do to make a difference. Links: Find Dr. Chris Shepherd and Monitor Conservation Research Society at https://mcrsociety.org/ Bearing all Down Under: the role of Australasian countries in the illegal bear trade (https://www.publish.csiro.au/pc/PC21057) Bear trade in the Czech Republic: an analysis of legal and illegal international trade from 2005 to 2020 (https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10344-020-01425-7) Want to suggest topics for Defender Radio and/or The Switch? Reach out to us at DefenderRadio@Gmail.com, by visiting DefenderRadio.com or engaging host Michael Howie on social media via Instagram (www.instagram.com/howiemichael), TikTok (www.tiktok.com/@howiemichael) or Facebook (www.Facebook.com/DefenderRadio). Defender Radio is produced by The Fur-Bearers (www.TheFurBearers.com), a charitable non-partisan organization whose mandate is to advocate on behalf of fur-bearing animals in the wild and in confinement, promote coexistence solutions in communities and protect the habitats of fur-bearing animals across Canada. You can follow The Fur-Bearers on Instagram (www.instagram.com/furbearers), Twitter (www.twitter.com/furbearers) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/FurFree).
Episode Notes While the Great War is often overshadowed by World War II in American history, for others it proved the catalyst for a strong sense of national identity for others, including Australia. Our guest today is Dr. Richard Byers (himself from Down Under!) and he shares the story of the ANZACS and their role in allied victory. Find out more at http://www.thenagainpodcast.com
Welcome to AT3 on The Steel Cage, where our Down Under contingent fights off the Drop Bears to discuss their Top 3 of a variety of wrestling topics. Sometimes in wrestling, certain booking decisions occur that really make you wonder exactly what those responsible were thinking, if at all. So for this episode of AT3, we dove into the Way Back machine and chose our Top 3 instances in wrestling history where we'd change the booking. So get your Flux Capacitors fluxing and join us as we head down the hypothetical rabbit hole to “improve” upon those moments in wrestling that bothered us most. We'll see you Down Under. Hosted by: ‘Captain Boomerang' Greig Tansley (@GreigT13). Featuring: ‘Little Sherbie' Stacey Herbert (@littlesherbie) & ‘Stinga' Steve Wray (@stinga57). Music courtesy of Purple Planet.
Another episode of the Independent Thinking Show for FifthWrist Radio. Host Roman (@TimesRomanAU) sits down for a chat with a new British independent watchmaker James Lamb (@jameslambwatches). Join us for an inspiring and open conversation about James' journey into watchmaking, silversmithing and micro engineering. We talk in detail about the upcoming release of James' first watch (The “Origin Series: Elements”), and the concept, evolution, design and hand making of various elements of the watch, including case, dial and crown. If you are passionate about by independent watchmaking and craft, you are going to love this episode, as a conduit for passion, skill and integrity. Make sure to check out James Lamb's first watch (about to be released) and get in touch with James about it. Hope you enjoy this episode! Many thanks to James Lamb for joining me, and being so open to share his journey and experience with us. Follow James Lamb on Instagram at @jameslambwatches. New Theme Music for 2021: Circle Round by Spinning Clocks (via YouTube Free Music Channel) Follow us on Instagram: @FifthWrist To join our crew group chat then please email us at email@example.com and if you have time please leave us a review wherever you listen to our podcast. Thank you for all the positive reviews & comments on our episodes. We read and appreciate each one! We hope you enjoy listening to this episode as much as we enjoyed making it! Stay On Time! Cheers from DownUnder
2 out of 2 baby! England have blown away the opposition going into the game with them lot from Down Under up next. The lads reflect on that, and chat to ODI superstar and Lancs paceman Saqib Mahmood.... who talks everything from Ashes hopes... predictions for the Australia match and Liam Livingstone's hairline... It's all coming up on the latest episode of the Barmy Army The Shackles Are Off T20 World Cup Daily Podcast. "What a mouthful" Remember to get in touch with us on socials, @englandsbarmyarmy on Insta, @TheBarmyArmy on Twitter... and firstname.lastname@example.org for any other bant... and we'll read it out!
Greetings Brekky' mates, it's been a hot minute! We return from a few weeks break for a cracking guest episode joined this week by someone who's miraculously in our own timezone here in Melbourne! It's our great friend, creater of things, and cultivator of gratitude in EDH, Rodrigo aka The King of Engineers! We dive into the barrage of recent Secret Lairs, including the wins and the controversies, plus the importance of understanding in EDH and day-to-day with perspectives on life on the spectrum. All that plus a dive into Rod's influences, including great chats on Inscryption, Nier Automata, and Disco Elysium. Enjoy! You can find Rodrigo, The King of Engineers at: Twitter (https://twitter.com/KoEngineers) Send us feedback, questions, pictures of Cephalids to email@example.com, we'd love to hear from you. Follow us on twitter at: @cmdr_crunch (https://twitter.com/cmdr_crunch) Sam is at @passthejamsam (https://twitter.com/passthejamsam) Chesh is at @CheshirePlays (https://twitter.com/CheshirePlays) You can find the Commander Crunch crew with MTG Lexicon late each second friday night (PT) for our wild fun talk show, Lexicrunch: Thunder from Down Under, come hang out! Twitch - MTG Lexicon (https://www.twitch.tv/mtg_lexicon) Chesh's Youtube content, including Deck Techs and Commander: The Distancing Series can be found here (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-Brws5w8BK9VnIdr8Juyw) This Podcast is sponsored by PureMTGO.com (https://puremtgo.com/) as well as Josh & Pat's MTG Bazaar (https://www.facebook.com/groups/jpmtgbazaar/) Intro Music by our very own DJ Cheshy Chesh, purveyor of the tastiest beats.
This week, Kieran And Christian step back in time to relive the wonder of Never Too Late, plus recall the outrageous controversy that surrounded her astonishing Let's Get To It Tour. Plus the fellas peruse the news and wonder if Kylie's planning to set up her plush London pad as an Air B&B place to stay and chat about Jason Donovan's brilliant UK tour! The boys also hook up with Down Under darling David about Kylie, dating one of her dancers and more! If you want to get in touch with the boys to take part on the podcast or just to drop them a line, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply drop 'em a DM @thediminutivecollection on Instagram.
Jack and Emilien are back in the studio for the first time since Episode 2 to bring you all the NFL news and insight from Down Under! They kick the episode off by recapping the biggest results from the past week of NFL action, including the Titans and Bengals' dominant win against the Chiefs and Ravens, the Panthers' collapse against the Giants and the Raiders continued success without Jon Gruden. They then go through the news of the week before heading into this week's Power Rankings. After that, they go over the TDU Team of the Week and Emilien reveals his Surprising Performers of the Week. The TDU boys won again in their fantasy football matchup and will look to make it 4 in a row this week. Emilien extends his lead over Jack in their Head to Head Season Tipping with the Titans win against the Chiefs. The boys review their rising rookies from last week before looking ahead to their spotlight picks for Week 8. They then reveal their picks for this week's Multi Madness after going 3/5 last week thanks to the Ravens and Rams not fulfilling their duties. To finish off the episode, the boys go through Jack's Real or Overreaction, followed by their look into this week's Game of the Week; the Arizona Cardinals vs the Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night Football.
A dire task with some dire repercussions and here to dish the dirt on the dire debacle is Down Under queen Maxi Shield. @maxishield @Sissythatpod Get Tickets for our live show in Dublin (25th November) on Eventbrite!
Australia became early on a land of exile for the first Greeks who arrived Down Under. Inspired by the true story, author Konstantina Moshou introduces these pioneers to Greece's contemporary audience. - Η Αυστραλία έγινε από νωρίς τόπος εξορίας και για τους πρώτους Έλληνες στους Αντίποδες. Εμπνευσμένη από την αληθινή ιστορία η συγγραφέας Κωνσταντίνα Μόσχου θέλησε να συστήσει αυτούς τους «παρεξηγημένους» πρωτοπόρους στο σημερινό κοινό της Ελλάδας.
Kurz bevor die Corona-Pandemie die Welt zum Stillstand brachte, wanderte der Berner Ron-John Dillier im Frühjahr 2020 nach Australien aus. Seit anderthalb Jahren erlebt der 30-Jährige in Melbourne einen Lockdown nach dem anderen und hat seine positive Lebenseinstellung trotzdem nie verloren. In Melbourne angekommen konnte Ron-John Dillier gerade noch seine Wohnung beziehen und seine Arbeitsstelle antreten, bevor der erste Lockdown in Kraft trat. Ein normales Sozialleben war seither nicht mehr möglich. Trotz allem gefällt es dem Berner in Down Under. Er mag das Klima, die Natur und die Tiere – besonders aber schätzt er die Menschen. Offene und lebenslustige Menschen Die offene und spontane Art der Leute in Melbourne haben es dem jungen Schweizer angetan. Begeistert erzählt er von Menschen, die in Tierkostümen durch die Strassen ziehen und Musik machen – einfach nur, um gute Stimmung zu verbreiten. Ein schräges Volk, aber im besten Sinn. Für Ron-John Dillier ist klar: «Melbourne ist meine neue Heimat.»
Things are upside down ‘Down Under', and the special relationship between Australia and Britain appears to be in turmoil. But just how bad is the political situation in Australia at the moment? A state premier forced to resign due to allegations of bribery; sex scandals in the parliament house itself; and, of course, reneging on a deal with the French. So who better to ask than retired professor and distinguished research fellow Steve Keen. The Nobel Peace Prize is increasingly a controversial choice. Picked by a committee appointed by the Norwegian parliament, it is ultimately politicians who decide just who has striven the hardest for peace in any one year. When it was awarded to Henry Kissinger it was said satire had died; it was controversial when it was awarded to the OPCW at the height of the agitation of the alleged weapons of mass destruction in Syria; and when it was awarded to Barack Obama before he had even begun work as president, you could say that satire had died once again. This year is no less controversial, so we invited Damian Wilson, former Fleet Street editor, aboard Sputnik to hear his views.
Come buy our indulgences... We sit down with David and Tom Massey from the Lounge Room Chats Podcast to discuss the state of Tradition 'Down Under' and growing up trad after the Changes of Vatican 2.Subscribe to their Channel!Catholic Corner Website:00:00:00 Introduction to our guests00:07:10 Special Guest Appearance!!00:07:45 Growing up Traditional Catholic in Australia 00:16:10 Lefevbre & Tradition in Australia after the Council00:22:20 How were the Changes accepted in Australia00:42:50 Raising Children in Tradition00:48:00 Fighting for something that was given to us00:53:50 When did the Faith become real for you?01:12:40 Changing the face of Traditional Catholicism 01:22:50 What It's like to live under a Queen 01:28:50 Revisionist history01:34:50 Different national personas of Australia and America Follow us @gladtradpodcastVideo Episodes on Youtube
UPCOMING EVENT: If you'd like to attend a Q&A session in November with Combat Story's Ryan Fugit, please fill out this form (https://tinyurl.com/552ewmu5). Today we hear the second round of our Combat Story with Dan Pronk, a former Australian SAS officer and medical doctor who completed four tours to Afghanistan. In round one we covered Dan's first calling as a triathlete until he found himself in medical school, and, eventually, SAS selection. We covered some of his initial deployments. In round two we move into the more difficult deployments Dan faced when things started getting darker, as they so often do. We also discuss Dan's newly released book - Resilience Shield - which takes SAS resilience lessons and applies them to everyday life to thrive, much as Dan has. Dan went on to found a multi-million dollar company - TACMED - and has written two other books: Arterial Tourniquets and Average 70kg D**khead. Dan is the most unassuming doctor you'll ever find and I hope you enjoy this second round interview Down Under as much as I did. Show Notes 0:00 - Intro 0:57 - Dan Pronk intro and bio 1:52 - Interview begins 4:12 - The Afghanistan pull out 10:58 - Desperately wanting to get back into combat 15:00 - Find Fix Finish for Psychological Trauma 20:43 - Third deployment “hugely kinetic” 24:43 - The Suckmeter 27:38 - The build-up of PTSD 45:36 - How to make resilience insights to bulletproof operators 55:50 - Dan's first classic car purchase and how not to make your wife happy 1:09:00 - The Unforgiving Sixty podcast by Dan Pronk's Resilience Shield Co-author 1:09:46 - What did you carry with you into combat every time? 1:11:57 - Would you go back and do it all again? 1:15:43 - Listener Comments and Shout Outs #combatstory #SAS #specialoperations #danpronk #deltaforce #jsoc #australianSAS #pathfinderjacket #killkapture #markwales Find Dan online: Website Resilience Shield LinkedIN Dan Pronk Instagram @danpronk Book Average 70kg D**khead Book Arterial Tourniquets Book Resilience Shield TacMed Delta Automotive Find Ryan online: Follow on Instagram @combatstory Follow on Facebook @combatstoryofficial Send us messages at https://m.me/combatstoryofficial Email email@example.com Learn more about Ryan Intro Song: Sport Rock from Audio Jungle
Welcome to AT3 on The Steel Cage, where our Down Under contingent fights off the Drop Bears to discuss their Top 3 of a variety of wrestling topics. The Money in the Bank concept has been around for well over a decade now, and has become one of the most exciting, anticipated and unpredictable elements of WWE. So of course, after watching Big E cash in recently, it got the gears in our little Aussie minds turning. What were some of the best cash ins over the years? Which were the worst? And which ones hold a special place in our upside-down-under-hearts? With special guest, Adrian Trinchera from the It's Boss Time Podcast, we attempted to climb the ladder, grab that briefcase and find out, all on the latest AT3. We'll see you Down Under. Hosted by: ‘Captain Boomerang' Greig Tansley (@GreigT13). Featuring: ‘Little Sherbie' Stacey Herbert (@littlesherbie) & Adrian Trinchera from the It's Boss Time! Podcast (@BossTimePodcast). Music courtesy of Purple Planet.
This week, after spending a couple of days living and breathing A Second To Midnight, Kieran And Christian finally settle down to reveal what they think about the first track to be released from DISCO: Guest List Edition, as well as getting giddy over Kylie's homage to her 90s style! Is the brand new tune a Smiley Kylie or a Kylie Min-no-no??? Tune in to find out...... Also, the dandy fellas take another trip Down Under to throw themselves into a rather intimate but (not so) live Minogue a Trois with the very perky Rob! If you want to get in touch with the boys to take part on the podcast or just to drop them a line, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply drop 'em a DM @thediminutivecollection on Instagram.
Hey from The Big Apple I started my adventure in the Big Apple sitting in a park in Brooklyn on a Saturday morning watching small kids and grown-ups playing football – yes, as a European, this is what I call the game where someone kicks a round ball with their feet. I'm waiting to meet up with my friend Scott Gurian. Even though we'd never met prior, we do consider each other friends. Scott is a fellow veteran travel podcaster and one of the best in the business. He's the guy from the Far from Home podcast you must have heard me talk about many times here on the Radio Vagabond travel podcast. Scott planned to spend his Saturday with me in Brooklyn, Queens, and New York showing me around some interesting places in his hood while we chatted and got to know each other. Scott lives in nearby Jersey, just across the Hudson River, so we're Close to Home for Scott today. As we walked over to Scott's car — a nice big new Toyota — I immediately joked that it was very different from the small, old car that played a big part in the first season of his podcast. FAR FROM HOME Scott participated in the Mongol Rally and drove a tiny, beaten out Nissan Micra stick shift across Europe and Asia about five years ago for an epic 18,000 mile (29,000 km). He did this crazy adventure from the UK to Mongolia with his brother and two friends – and after that, he decided to drive back in the same car. The first season of Far from Home is outstanding and got me hooked on the podcast long before we knew each other. I highly recommend listening to it if you haven't already. Also, watch a few clips of his journey to experience the trials and tribulations first-hand. Naturally, he has so many memorable stories and anecdotes from that trip, so I wanted to find out which stand out most in his memory. "Oh, so many. Driving across Iran with my brother and two friends (as Americans and Brits) was amazing; the friendliness of the people was memorable. Also, travelling through 'untouched' countries in central Asia like Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, etc., was excellent. Seeing Cappadocia in Turkey with its hot air balloons was also amazing. And, of course, Mongolia is incredible with its vast open spaces and extraordinary scenery. It took us about seven weeks to travel from the UK to Mongolia, so as you can imagine, I have many incredible memories from that trip." Scott wanted to see more of the world, so instead of flying back to Europe (like any sane human would), he decided to drive back to explore more countries and regions, like Siberia in Russia. THROAT SINGING IN SIBERIA In one of the episodes of Season 2, Scott visits the remote south Siberian Republic of Tuva to learn about the traditional instruments and the ancient art of throat singing. He even attempts to throat sing himself! Read more about this visit and see photos and videos here. "Russia is such an enormous country with so many different regions home to vastly different cultures. Tuva was a 12 hour journey out the way to visit and it is so unique. It is close to Mongolia so the Tuvans look very similar to Mongolians." HALLUCINATING ON AYAHUASCA IN PERU In another episode, he meets a medicine man who invited him to attend a hallucinogenic healing ceremony where he drank ayahuasca. All while holding his microphone. Have a listen to the episode by clicking here. CLOSE TO HOME Due to the pandemic, Scott hasn't been able to travel overseas. But he is content as he tells me that living in Jersey, there is a lot of adventure that awaits in and around New York. He started cooking and even home-brewing to keep his itchy travel feet scratched. Scott was due to meet me at AfricaBurn – the South African Burning Man just outside Cape Town when lockdown hit. Scott stayed in Jersey, and I was stuck in Cape Town for a while (so be sure to listen to my Radio Vagabond South African travel adventures). We were supposed to travel a bit of South Africa together, but alas, it was not meant to be. SCOTT GURIAN'S NEW YORK TRAVEL GUIDE One of the cool things about making friends worldwide is that they can show you places you usually wouldn't visit. Because I had visited New York several times before, Scott wanted to take me to places few tourists would know about. Here is a list of Scott's unusual but must-visit places in New York Scott took me to: DUMBO A part of Brooklyn is called DUMBO aka "Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass" is a trendy neighbourhood to walk through Brooklyn Heights and Downtown Brooklyn NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT MUSEUM In an old subway station, you can visit the New York City Transit Museum. Move further down and see some 100-year-old subway cars. WILLIAMSBURG Williamsburg is a hipster neighbourhood that is cool to stroll through. QUEENS MUSEUM OF ART Next to where they hosted the World Fair, you find Queens Museum of Art, where the Panorama is now housed – a scaled model of every borough in the greater New York area in the 1960's. THE CITY RELIQUARY The City Reliquary is a not-for-profit community museum and civic organization located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It's really cool and weird – and connects visitors to both the past and present of New York. We walked around Brooklyn for a bit and found the iconic Instagram spot with the bridge in the background. You might remember it from the gangster movie 'Once Upon a Time in America' poster. Then visited a place with a lot of food trucks called Smorgesburg. As far as I know, this word comes from the Danish smørrebrød, and then Americans started saying it like the Swedish Chef from Muppet Show. Unfortunately, we didn't find any Danish smørrebrød at Smorgesburg. Another thing we couldn't find after that was… Scott's car. After a slight ordeal trying to locate his car, we eventually found it after getting help from the police. Even locals can get lost in New York. Go figure :) TAJIKISTAN POLICE Our polite encounter with the NYPD reminded me of Scott's experience with the local police in Tajikistan on his trip. I asked him to talk about his experience. "There is a lot of corruption in central Asian countries like Tajikistan. Our British friends in another Nissan Micra got pulled over by some traffic cops who actually aimed their radar gun at another car, and then tried to say it was them who was speeding. My brother's and I stopped too and heard that they demanded $100 which was a month salary here and crazy. Specially since they weren't speeding. It was clearly a scam, and we didn't want to give in to the bribe/corruption stigma. After a long time, we eventually settled on handing over a bottle of vodka, and we were back on the road." Scott secretly recorded the entire encounter that you can listen to in its entirety in Episode 16 of Far from Home, Season 1. Scott tells about more traffic cop encounters he had in central Asia. Most of the time, the cops were polite and never gave them any unnecessary issues. We exchanged stories about the amazing people we get to meet on the road. Scott paid particular mention to the wonderful Iranian popularity he experienced. Thanks to Scott for taking me around the New York area on a beautiful Saturday. I hope to team up with him soon to do some travelling together and collaborate on future episodes of both our podcasts. My name is Palle Bo, and I gotta keep moving. NEW YORK FLASHBACKS If you want to listen to more of my travels through New York from previous visits, simply follow the link: The Radio Vagabond Travel Podcast in New York. COVID-19 TRAVEL and TOURISM RULES FOR NEW YORK (OCT 2021) This episode was from the end of August 2021, when New York was open for travel if you (like me) didn't travel to the country from Europe. Please visit New York City's official website for the latest COVID-19 travel restrictions and tourist regulations. Make sure New York is open for tourism before booking your trip.
Gordon McGregor was one of the most talented young chefs of his generation , winning numerous accolades and awards for his cooking both individually and also with the Scottish Culinary Team, Gordon worked in many of the finest kitchens in Scotland including Restaurant Andrew Fairlie . In 2013 he left to carve out a new life in Brisbane Australia where he now owns his own company, he speaks to Jak all about his career and life Down Under
Hey fra The Big Apple Jeg startede denne lørdags oplevelser i the Big Apple siddende i en park i Brooklyn, hvor både børn og voksne hyggede sig med at spille fodbold. Ja, fodbold, hvor man sparker til en rund bold med fødderne. Jeg venter på at møde min ven, Scott Gurian. Selvom vi på dette tidspunkt endnu aldrig har mødt hinanden i den virkelige verden, betragter vi hinanden som venner. Scott er (som jeg) en erfaren radio- og podcast-producer. Og efter min mening er han en af de bedste i branchen. Han er vært på podcasten Far From Home, som du sikkert har hørt mig nævne et par gange før. Han har lovet at tage mig rundt i Brooklyn, Queens og New York for at vise mig nogle spændende steder i sit nabolag, mens vi sludrer og lærer hinanden bedre at kende. Han bor selv i Jersey på den anden side af Hudson Floden, så i dag er Far from Home-værten ”Close to Home”. Vi sætter os ind i Scotts bil – en nyere pæn stor Toyota – og jeg joker med at det er en meget anderledes bil end den lille gamle bil, der spillede en stor rolle i den første sæson af hans podcast. FAR FROM HOME For fem år siden deltog Scott i “Mongol Rally”, hvor han kørte i en lille gammel Nissan Micra gennem Europa og Asien. Han gjorde det sammen med sin bror og to venner og denne lille bil kæmpede sig igennem 29.000 km – Oplevelserne fra Mongol Rally er dokumenteret i den første sæson af Far from Home, og jeg kan kun anbefale den på det varmeste. Du kan også se et par videoklip om et par af de udfordringer, der var forbundet med denne tur ved at klikke her. Naturligvis har han mange mindeværdige historier fra denne tur, så han har svært ved at pege på én enkelt, da jeg spørger ham. ”Åh, der er så mange. At køre gennem Iran var fantastisk, og det, jeg husker mest, er, hvor venlige iranerne var. Men også at køre gennem uberørte asiatiske lande som Kasakhstan, Usbekistan, Tadsjikistan, osv. var fantastisk. Jeg kunne også nævne luftballonerne i Cappadocia i Tyrkiet, og naturligvis Mongoliet med den store åbne vidder. Det tog os syv uger at køre fra London to Mongoliet, så du kan sikkert forestille dig, at der er masser af utrolige minder fra denne tur”. Scott ville gerne se lidt mere af verden, så i stedet for at flyve tilbage til Europa, som de fleste normale mennesker ville gøre, besluttede han sig for at lave en U-vending og køre en anden vej tilbage gennem Sibirien i Rusland, da de omsider ankom til Mongoliet (og de andre tog hjem). HALSESANG I SIBERIEN THROAT SINGING IN SIBERIA I en af episoderne af Far from Home, sæson 2 besøgte Scott den fjerntliggende Republic of Tuva i det sydlige Sibirien for at lære noget om traditionelle instrumenter og den gamle kunst, hvor de synger langt nede i halsen, ”throat singing”. Scott kaster sig endda ud i at prøve at lære det selv. Du kan læse mere om dette besøg og se billeder og videoer ved at klikke her. ”Rusland er sådan et enormt land med mange forskellige religioner og vidt forskellige kulturer. Tuva er 12-timers væk fra alting, men meget specielt at besøge. Det er så tæt på Mongoliet, at personerne ligner mere mongolere end russere”. HALLUCINERER PÅ AYAHUASCA I PERU I en anden episode møder han en medicinmand i Peru, som inviterer ham til en Ayahuasca Ceremoni. Han drikker denne bitre drik, der ofte giver folk hallucinationer, med en mikrofon i hånden. Du kan høre denne episode ved at klikke her. CLOSE TO HOME På grund af Corona-pandemien har Scott ikke været i stand til at rejse så meget ud i verden. Men han er tilfreds og fortæller mig at der jo er meget at se og opleve i og omkring New York City. Han er begyndt at lave mere mad selv og har endda startet med at lave sin egen hjemmebryg. Han sørger for at komme ud og se sit eget område ”close-to-home” for at få tilfredsstillet sin oplevelses- og rejselyst. Da pandemien brød ud for alvor i marts 2020, talte vi at skulle mødes i Afrika for at rejse og rapportere sammen. Vi havde begge købt billetter til AfricaBurn, som er den sydafrikanske Burning Man lige udenfor Cape Town. Scott blev i Jersey og jeg strandede i mange måneder i Cape Town (husk at lytte til mine mange episoder fra Sydafrika). SCOTTS LISTE OVER STEDER AT SE I NEW YORK OMRÅDET En af de gode ting ved at have venner rundt omkring i verden er, at man har nogen til at vise sig de steder, man måske ellers ikke ville opdage. Og fordi jeg allerede havde været i New York et par gange før, ville Scott vise mig nogle af de steder. Her er Scotts liste over ”usædvanlige, men vigtige ting at opleve” i New York: DUMBO: aka “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Underpass” er et trendy område at bevæge sig rundt i til fods fra Brooklyn Heights til Downtown Brooklyn. NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT MUSEUM: hvor de har 100-år gamle undergrundstogvogne I en gammeæ nedlagt undergrundsstation. WILLIAMSBURG: et hipster-område med masser af gadekunst og spændende gader. QUEENS MUSEUM OF ART: i området, hvor de engang havde The World Fair. Her har de blandet noget, der hedder The Panorama”, som er en model af hele området med gader og bygninger, som det så ud i 1960'erne. Meget imponerende. Vi gik rundt I Brooklyn og fandt det ikoniske Instagram sted med broen i baggrunden – som er udødeliggjort fra plakaten til gangsterfilmen 'Once Upon a Time in America'. Herfra fortsatte vi til et sted, hvor der er masser af madboder hver lørdag. De kalder det Smorgesburg, hvilket (så vidt jeg ved) kommer fra det danske ”smørrebrød”, som amerikanerne forsøger at udtale lidt som den svenske kok fra Muppet Show. Desværre fandt vi ikke noget smørrebrød på Smorgesburg. Og en anden ting, vi heller ikke kunne finde bagefter var … Scotts bil. Efter en heftig eftersøgning af bilen, som var pist væk (fordi vi ikke kunne huske, hvor vi parkerede den), fandt vi den med lidt hjælp fra politiet. Selv lokale kan fare vild i New York. Vores møde med mændene i blåt fra NYPD mindede mig om en af Scotts episoder fra Far from Home, hvor han havde et sammenstød med politiet i Tadsjikistan. ”Der er meget korruption i centralasiatiske lande som Tadsjikistan. Vores engelske venner i en anden Nissan Micra var blevet stoppet for at køre for hurtigt. Men det var purre opspind og blot et forsøg på at score noget bestikkelse. Min bror og jeg stoppede også og hørte, at de krævede 100 Dollars for at lade os slippe. Det er nærmest en månedsløn på disse kanter og helt vanvittigt – specielt når de var sikre på, at de ikke kørte for hurtigt. Desuden havde vi ikke lyst til at være med til at bestikkelser og korruption fortsætter med at eksistere. Efter lange forhandlinger lykkedes det os at få dem til at lade os køre, ved at give dem en flaske vodka”. Scott optog det hele og du kan høre det i episode 16 af Far from Home, sæson 1. De havde flere møder med politiet i Centralasien. For det meste var de dog venlige og hvis de fik bøder, var det fortjent. Det får os til at tale mere om de mange venlige mennesker vi har mødt på vores rejser. Scott fremhæver, hvad jeg også selv har oplevet, at de lokale i Iran er nogle af flinkeste og mest imødekommende mennesker i verden. Tusind tak til Scott Gurian for at vise mig rundt i New York området denne skønne lørdag i sen-august 2021. Vi håber (og regner) med at mødes igen et sted i verden og samarbejde med at producere episoder til hver vores podcast. Mit navn er Palle Bo og jeg skal videre. MERE FRA NEW YORK Hvis du vil høre mere fra mine tidligere besøg i New York, kan du finde dem ved at følge dette link. COVID-19 REJSEREGLER TIL NEW YORK Denne episode er optaget I slutningen af august 2021, hvor det var muligt for mig, at komme til byen (da jeg ikke rejste ind fra Europa, som stadig her i oktober 2021 er lukket for indrejse. For at få de seneste regler opfordrer jeg dig til at besøge New York Citys officielle website. Vær sikker på, at du kan komme ind inden du booker din flybillet.
The guys go "Down Under" for one of the most irritatingly asinine copyright claims to infect pop music - especially since it took almost 30 years to become a court case. This episode is brought to you in part by HelloFresh. Get $80 off with code: HFAFF80 - including Free Shipping on First Box! SHOW NOTES: Songs used in this episode: Down Under by Men at Work; Kookaburra Sits in the Old Gum Tree by Play School Patent troll definition: https://www.eff.org/issues/resources-patent-troll-victims https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Men_at_Work https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Down_Under_(song) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kookaburra Hear a Kookaburra: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXA0-YAoo9Q https://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/sinclair-marion-15924 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spicks_and_Specks_(TV_series) https://www.warrenfahey.com.au/larrikin-records-and-larrikin-music-founder-speaks-out/ https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/entertainment/celebrity-interviews/45million-kookaburra-scots-rocker-reveals-8624295 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_domain https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Happy_Birthday_to_You Holiday songs NOT in public domain: https://support.cdbaby.com/hc/en-us/articles/218000403-Holiday-songs-that-are-and-are-not-in-the-Public-Domain Colin Hay explaining the case in 2012 on stage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tj1OTollUAk&t=0s
Gorlak: In the year 2203, Riley lives a life of chosen seclusion in the Yukon Territory. She alone has access to alien ships and technology billions of year old, from a race long receded. Her only wish is to be left alone. Now, two federal agents are looking for her. Should she run from the home she loves or face possible capture? Author of six Science Fiction action adventure novels, Marc Neuffer, an avid reader of this genre since the early 1960s, uses his extensive science and engineering background to pen novels of future time and space with plausible science as a backdrop for his imaginative stories built around normal characters. Before becoming an author, Marc spent 20 years roaming the world with the U.S. Navy as a nuclear propulsion engineer visiting sixteen countries in Europe, Down Under, Asia, Eastern Pacific, Indian Ocean, and the Mediterranean. After retiring a second time, he started writing fun-read science fiction novels. In retirement, with nothing else left on his bucket list, he dreams of future things to come. Website: www.m-c-neuffer.com Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Marc-Neuffer/e/B07S7M48J4 We love our listeners, fans and patrons! If you loved what you heard, please like and subscribe to our audio anthology and consider visiting our patreon site at www.patreon.com/melissadeltorovoiceover Music by HookSounds https://www.hooksounds.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/untold-tales/support
Hurray for the Vanessa Van Cartier! Welcome British Drag! And, Happy Belated Rotterdam pride. We are busy, we are swamped and there is just so much good drag. This week we are joined by deep friend of the pod, Drag Costumier (featured on Drag Race Uk and Drag Race España), and Fashion Designer Phillip Brown. We get a full scoop of news from across the pond and then deep dive into the finale gave us a queen that we deserve but also gave us a lot of confusion. But when drag is as good as what Holland has been serving, who cares! On the Pod: Drag Race UK Season 3 Episode 1, "The Return of Royalty" The curse of Oh Reinette: The Macarena and Anubis both left Drag Race first. Tiana Biscuit, Coco Couture Mijon's new drag name: Bubble N Squeak Young Queens vs Camp Queens Dragging Drag Queens Victoria Scone walked ready to work. Was River Medway runaway actually that bad? Charity Kase is bringing it! Why so many baby queens? Drag Race Holland Season 2 Episode 8, "Drag Race Holland Season 2 Grand Finale" We love the mini-Ru-Union Special. Hurray for Tabitha! Black on the Runway. Really? Vanessa Interview skills! Who is Vivaldi? Discovering Tits on Drag Race. Is RuPaul rejecting cancel culture? Kita Mean saved Down Under. Why is the Death Flop so popular in the UK? Why Drag race is a TV show with competition aspects About our guest: Drag Costumier, Fashion Designer, Illustrator and leading Xena: Warrior Princess scholar, Phillip Brown is Northumberland, England's resident queer creative. Taking inspiration from strong women his work explores camp, tragedy, and reimagined histories with garments recently showcased on RuPaul's Drag Race UK Season 2 and 3 and also Drag Race España Season 1. His brand 'Oh! Reinette' seeks to support and encourage drag and queer expression. FOLLOW PHILLIP BROWN AND OH REINETTEInstagram: oh_reinette and self_whore_traitInstagram: FOLLOW NICKInstagram: neprobst and grow_withnickTwitter: neprobst FOLLOW MIJONInstagram:majorzu FOLLOW THE HUNTYSInstagram: whisperinghuntysFacebook: whisperinghuntysTiktok: whisperinghuntysTwitter: huntywhisperingWhispering Huntys Website Whispering Huntys is an Apocalypse Podcast Network Podcast. Sign up to our Listserv: http://eepurl.com/hfnySr
Just two days ago, on September 28, CNN announced that it was turning off access to its Facebook pages in Australia. Why would the network cut off Facebook users Down Under?It's not a protest of Facebook or… Australians. CNN's move was prompted by a recent ruling by the High Court of Australia in Fairfax Media and Voller, which held that media companies can be held liable for defamatory statements made by third parties in the comments on their public pages, even if they didn't know about them. This is a pretty extraordinary expansion of potential liability for organizations that run public pages with a lot of engagement. On this week's episode of Arbiters of Truth, our series on the online information ecosystem, Evelyn Douek and Quinta Jurecic spoke with David Rolph, a professor at the University of Sydney Law School and an expert on media law, to understand the ruling and its potential impact. What exactly does Voller mean for media companies with some kind of connection to Australia? What does it mean for you, if someone writes a nasty comment under your Facebook post or your tweet? Why did the court rule the way it did? And why is Australia known as the defamation capital of the world? Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
G'day, mates! Here's another fun talk with my dad Ian Smissen on The Goss. In this episode, we talk about the Australian drinking culture. We talk about how it compares to the drinking culture in France and in the US. We also talk about the pubs here Down Under; how they are cared for by their owners, passed from one generation to another. But why exactly do people drink? Is it to drink everything and anything that you can stomach till you puke? Or is it to be cool and socialise with others? Can you tell me about the drinking culture in YOUR country? Improve your listening skills today – listen, play, & pause this episode – and start speaking like a native English speaker!
We're joined this week by Co host of Commander Sphere, Designer for CFB, Comedian, and Member of the Commander Advisory Group, it's the wonderful Rachel Weeks! We hang out to chat about the RC and CAGs effect on the game and community, finding the right language to find mutual understanding in commander, wacky deckbuilding, drowning your neighbours in The Sims, and some excellent comedy recommendations. All that and so much more in this mega chat, enjoy! You can find Rachel at: Linktree (https://linktr.ee/wachelreeks) You can find The Commander Sphere Podcast at: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/CommandSphere) Twitter (https://twitter.com/CommandSphere) Send us feedback, questions, pictures of Cephalids to email@example.com, we'd love to hear from you. Follow us on twitter at: @cmdr_crunch (https://twitter.com/cmdr_crunch) Sam is at @passthejamsam (https://twitter.com/passthejamsam) Chesh is at @CheshirePlays (https://twitter.com/CheshirePlays) You can find the Commander Crunch crew with MTG Lexicon late each second friday night (PT) for our wild fun talk show, Lexicrunch: Thunder from Down Under, come hang out! Twitch - MTG Lexicon (https://www.twitch.tv/mtg_lexicon) Chesh's Youtube content, including Deck Techs and Commander: The Distancing Series can be found here (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-Brws5w8BK9VnIdr8Juyw) This Podcast is sponsored by PureMTGO.com (https://puremtgo.com/) as well as Josh & Pat's MTG Bazaar (https://www.facebook.com/groups/jpmtgbazaar/) Intro Music by our very own DJ Cheshy Chesh, purveyor of the tastiest beats.
Australian Psycho Cops -Out Of Control (31 Mins) I'm going to keep this fairly short today because I'm going to let some videos do the talking with Max Egan who is witnessing what's really happening Down Under in Oz... Nazism! Max Egan - 3 Shocking Videos. The Killing of Australia Rule of Law Gone - Australia Now Under Rule of Thuggery Alcatralia
Independent Thinking - Roland Iten (@rolanditen); inventor and maker of haute mechanical accessories Another episode of the Independent Thinking Show for FifthWrist Radio. This is a place dedicate to showcasing the great people doing interesting and cool things in the world of horology. Hosts Roman (@TimesRomanAU) and Patrick_y (moderator on watch blog WatchProSite.com) chat with Roland Iten (@rolanditen), inventor, designer and creator of unique haute mechanical accessories and objets. Best known for stunning, ingenious and complex mechanical belt buckles, Roland's other creations have also included watches, custom jewellery, watch clasps, mechanical cufflinks, credit card dispensers and many other wondrous and creative endeavours. Described as “the Philippe Dufour of Belt Buckles”, Roland talks about his career, creative process and design inspirations. Whilst there are many fine watchmakers out there, there is no-one else in the world who does what Roland Iten is doing. He is a maverick! Join us for this rare opportunity to get a glimpse into the mind and creative spirit of a true legend! Buckle up (pun VERY MUCH intended!) It's a great conversation. Hope you enjoy! Check out Roland Iten on Instagram @rolanditen and RolandIten.com Stay on Time! New Theme Music for 2021: Circle Round by Spinning Clocks (via YouTube Free Music Channel) Follow us on Instagram: @FifthWrist Fifth Wrist website and Fifth Wrist Radio podcast are projects run entirely by a bunch of enthusiasts, watchmakers and collectors. We pride ourselves on being by the watch community and for the watch community. We have zero sponsorship or advertising and welcome all honest and unbiased opinions. We reject all forms of outside brand intervention and take no cash, watches or other goods from watch companies. The future direction of the website and podcasts are driven by the people who take part in this project, and we are also happy to welcome more enthusiasts into our pirate crew. To join our crew group chat then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and if you have time please leave us a review wherever you listen to our podcast. Thank you for all the positive reviews & comments on our episodes. We read and appreciate each one! We hope you enjoy listening to this episode as much as we enjoyed making it! Stay On Time & Cheers from DownUnder
Jack and Emilien are back to bring you the latest NFL news and insight from Down Under! They recap an incredible Wek 2 of the NFL season and reflect on what has been an exciting season so far. They announce their Team of the Week before Emilien reveals his Surprising Performers of the Week. TDU hit it out of the park in Fantasy Football this week and look to build off that win in Week 3. Some great rookie performances in Week 2 catch the eyes of Jack and Emilien, followed by their picks for Multi Madness after a devastating loss in Week 2. The boys then go through Jack's Real or Overreaction and to cap off the episode, the TDU Game of the Week; Los Angeles Rams vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Howdy cereal denizons! This week we had the priviledge to hang out with the great Charlotte Sable, Level 3 Magic judge, Commanders Herald writer and member of the Commander Advisory Group, to chat about the recent banlist updates, some favorite cards from Innistrad Midnight Hunt, Charlotte's journey with Magic, judging and the CAG, fun magic memories, and a whole lot of nerding out with ancillary topics. Enjoy! You can find Charlotte at: Twitter (https://twitter.com/JqlGirl) Commanders Herald (https://commandersherald.com/author/charlotte-sable/) Plus, discussed on the show: Charlotte's Goblin Tribal masterpiece (https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/what-it-says-on-the-tin/) Send us feedback, questions, pictures of Cephalids to email@example.com, we'd love to hear from you. Follow us on twitter at: @cmdr_crunch (https://twitter.com/cmdr_crunch) Sam is at @passthejamsam (https://twitter.com/passthejamsam) Chesh is at @CheshirePlays (https://twitter.com/CheshirePlays) You can find the Commander Crunch crew with MTG Lexicon late each second friday night (PT) for our wild fun talk show, Lexicrunch: Thunder from Down Under, come hang out! Twitch - MTG Lexicon (https://www.twitch.tv/mtg_lexicon) Chesh's Youtube content, including Deck Techs and Commander: The Distancing Series can be found here (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-Brws5w8BK9VnIdr8Juyw) This Podcast is sponsored by PureMTGO.com (https://puremtgo.com/) as well as Josh & Pat's MTG Bazaar (https://www.facebook.com/groups/jpmtgbazaar/) Intro Music by our very own DJ Cheshy Chesh, purveyor of the tastiest beats.
“In the temple courts he found people selling cattle, sheep and doves, and others sitting at tables exchanging money. So he made a whip out of cords, and drove all from the temple courts, both sheep and cattle; he scattered the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables.” John 2:14-15What does Jesus overturning the tables in the temple have to do with vx mandates? Well today we look at that very question in light of how Austraila is telling churches they must double shot before letting people into the building for worship. Is this new mandate Biblical or is it something else?And if you think that this is limited to Down Under just look at California and New York and other parts of America. It is already here and we need to have an answer to how we are going to respond as church leaders and Jesus followers.At Church Public we create compelling content to equip you to follow Jesus and engage in the public square.Thanks for listening!Find Me:Website: churchpublic.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChurchPublic/Twitter: https://twitter.com/churchpublicInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/churchpublic/keywords:keepthefaith, church public, churchpublic, church public podcast, church, public, faith, hope, love, Jesus, culture, spiritual, religious, faithandculture, podcast, philosophy, speaker, blogger, christianity, truth, lutheran, theological, seminary, youtube, values, chicago, graduation, new life, living waters, cornerstone, non denominational, progressive, churches, open, minded, small, ltsc, Bible, word, news, politics,
The Boys are glad to report all is good in Camp Van Camp. President Joe Biden has full confidence in General Mark Milley, yet JenPsaki completely lies while she is not answering questions. President Biden totally blanked on the Prime Minister of Australia's name, and introduced him as, “That fellow Down Under.” Nicki Minaj took to Instagram on Wednesday to address the outrage over her opinion, and Trinidad and Tobago authorities felt the need to investigate her claims. The Border crisis is slamming Del Rio with thousands waiting to get in, but don't ask the White House about vaccinating illegal immigrants. The Durham Report will call for an indictment of Michael Sussman, a lawyer with ties to the Democratic National Committee. Tucker Carlson spoke with Rose McGowan, and discussed how the Democratic Party protected Jeff Epstein. The disappearance of Gabby Petito is in the news more, but her boyfriend is not cooperating with authorities, and has been named a person of interest. Schools districts across the country are struggling to fill most positions, and Jordan Peterson talks about the drastic increase in a college education.
Welcome to AT3 on The Steel Cage, where our Down Under contingent fights off the Drop Bears to discuss their Top 3 of a variety of wrestling topics. Unless you've been living under a rock these past few weeks (no, not that Rock, sorry Dwayne), you may have noticed that a certain someone has returned to the world of professional wrestling. That's right, CM Punk is back via AEW, so what better time for your Aussie mates to take a look at what's come before from the Best in the World? Urns, part-timers, Charles Manson and even that ‘other' summer you may have forgotten about, this one is a must-listen for anyone bitten by the wrestling bug once again. We'll see you Down Under. Hosted by: ‘Captain Boomerang' Greig Tansley (@GreigT13). Featuring: ‘Little Sherbie' Stacey Herbert (@littlesherbie) & ‘Stinga' Steve Wray (@stinga57). Music courtesy of Purple Planet. Additional Music by Living Color & Killswitch Engage.
These are strange, strange times. We welcome the talented bassist Nicolas Dumont from the Australian rock quartet, The Ugly Kings. The new sophomore album “Strange, Strange Times” could not have a more fitting title. Within the last 18 months or so, it's been the state of the world we all have been living in - and now with it seemingly having a light at the end of this long tunnel, we chat with Nicolas about the outlook for a musician like himself going forward. In addition, Nicolas takes us through his personal beginnings with The Ugly Kings and his bandmates and how this new album has surpassed his own expectations. The album is charting immensely well in Australia; “Strange, Strange Times” is an album filled with music elements of blackened/power blues, alternative rock, and psychedelic punk. Add in the vocal influences of Jim Morrison, and the dynamic sounds of Queens Of The Stone Age, and you have quite the record filled with every homage the band can pay respect to. At the same time, The Ugly Kings have their own sound they are currently cementing into the rock and roll world. And finally, Nicolas talks about other parts of his life that feed into the creativity of his music, and that is being a teacher and the importance of playing a role in the younger generation. Tune in to this episode now and be sure to buy and stream “Strange, Strange Times” from the rock band of Down Under, The Ugly Kings. Album is out now worldwide via Napalm Records.Stay connected with The Ugly Kings, visit: https://label.napalmrecords.com/the-ugly-kings, https://www.facebook.com/TheUglyKings, and https://www.instagram.com/theuglykings/Stay connected with IUF, visit: https://interviewunderfire.com/
Groundwater is one of the fastest growing country music festivals in Australia. It is a FREE, non-ticketed event and Located in the picturesque beachside destination of Broadbeach, Gold Coast. The 2021 lineup features over 40 acts; The Wolfe Brothers, Adam Harvey, Sara Storer, Gina Jeffreys, Andrew Farriss, The Sunny Cowgirls, Tami Neilson, Felicity Urquhart and Josh Cunningham, Adam Brand, Casey Barnes, Catherine Britt, Kaylee Bell, and many more. The Wolfe Brothers (episode #100 of Songwriter Trysts podcast) from Tasmania, the duo has steadily etched their name into Australian Country music stardom. Returning to Groundwater for the 4th time, the revered duo the latest in a legacy of farmers and musicians spanning generations. Andrew Farriss (podcast coming soon) one of Australia's greatest songwriters and primarily known as a cofounders of multi-award winning band INXS. Andrew has made appearances internationally in Nashville and 2021 will be his first time on the Groundwater stage. Gina Jeffreys (episode #140 of Songwriter Trysts podcast) will be taking to the Groundwater stage for the first time performing her new album that tells the stories of the life the last 12 years. She will have an authentic stripped back performance, to wow her many fans that span many decades. Tami Neilson from NZ will be making the trip for her first Groundwater CMF. She has a vast range of styles, from country Americana, heartfelt gospel to western swing. The second line-up announcement added the likes of charismatic and charitable legend Adam Brand, Sir Elton John's favourite woman from Down Under, the fiercely authentic Catherine Britt, as well as hometown hero Casey Barnes(episode #101 of Songwriter Trysts podcast), and Kiwi Country Queen, Kaylee Bell. Adam Brand is one of Australia's most popular and successful recording artists. A stellar career spanning twenty years has seen him nominated for multiple ARIA Awards, win 12 Golden Guitars, sell over 600,000 CDs & DVDs, as well as earn 3 platinum & 5 gold albums. Catherine Britt (episode #69 of Songwriter Trysts podcast) has collected a host of accolades, a legion of fans and a mantel of awards including the country industry's highest honours. Her most recent include, 2016 Female Artist of the Year, 2017 Vocal Collaboration of The Year as well as an APRA Award and CMC Artist of the Year nominations. Find out more about the Festival HERE Songwriter Trysts website HERE
We're heading Down Under -- and then out to the Bonneville Salt Flats -- to talk about The World's Fastest Indian! Before we get to the movie that Hayley Gerbes picked for us on Patreon, we talk about the characters or actors who could join the franchise in F10 and watch a deleted scene from F9 before heading to Miami and getting answers to our geography questions in the 2 Fast 2 Furious Minute (26:25). Then, we hop aboard our 1920 motorcycles and blaze our way through The World's Fastest Indian (36:15). We talk about similarities between this and another one of Hayley's picks, how Anthony Hopkins has always been an old man, and the movie's repeated attempts at creating conflict... before immediately making everything totally okay. Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit our Patreon page at patreon.com/2fast2forever. Show your support at the 2 Fast 2 Forever shop! Extra special shout-out to Ben Milliman, Jake Freer, Alex Elonen, Nick Burris, Brian Rodriguez (High School Slumber Party), Hayley Gerbes, Christian Larson, Justin Kleinman, and Michael McGahon for joining at the “Interpol's Most Wanted” level or above! Intro music by Nico Vasilo. Interlude and outro music by Wes Hampton.
Get ready for a flight of fancy as Out Travel the System takes you Down Under. Yes that's right, host Nisreene Atassi is taking you to Australia on our latest deep dive into a destination. Thanks to the help of Grace Rietbergen, Associate Market Manager - Canberra & Hobart at Expedia, and longtime travel journalist Celeste Mitchell, this episode will take you through the huge range of options to fully explore Australia. Listen in as they debate the restaurant scenes in Sydney and Melbourne, detour through wine country and cocktail culture, and dive into the huge range of delicious experiences available in Oz - how about drinking sparkling wine and eating oysters while standing in the ocean? They also explore the beauty of slow travel, the power of connection with Indigenous culture, and even why visitors should consider taking in a Aussie rules football match - it's like nothing you've ever seen before. Put aside some of the animals you may have associated Australia with, and instead think about diving into experiences with whale sharks, humpback whales, kangaroos, and quokkas - see why Nissy is literally squealing with delight over the last on the list! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we're mainly talking about the rising police state in Australia. With a whopping and tragic 4 average deaths from COVID-19 over the past 7 days, the land Down Under has launched into some of the most restrictive lockdown measures anywhere. We'll talk about why this is neither scientific nor compassionate, and fortunately there are still people in Australia who agree, as anti-lockdown protests have been occurring across the nation. This is a strong reminder, however, of how important it is for individuals to speak up about their values. Here in the U.S., many schools are trying to mandate masks for children, even though there are no known benefits to this and several known downsides. But when regular people in these school districts raise a respectful ruckus, this can change. --- Today's Sponsors: Patriot Mobile has the courage to stand up for America, for Christian values, & our Constitution, plus they have special discounts for veterans and First Responders. Go to PatriotMobile.com/ALLIE to get your free activation with the offer code 'ALLIE'. Good Ranchers safely delivers American craft beef and better than organic chicken, right to your door! Go to GoodRanchers.com/ALLIE to place a one-time order OR subscribe today & save 20% on each box of mouth-watering meats. Use promo code 'ALLIE' at checkout to get an additional $20 off & free express shipping! --- Past Episodes Mentioned: Ep 465: Vaccine Passports Turn NYC to Clown Town https://apple.co/3sT0QBX Ep 373: Uncovering Andrew Cuomo's COVID Corruption | Guest: Janice Dean https://apple.co/3j6zPaK --- Show Links: New York Intelligencer: "The Science of Masking Kids at School Remains Uncertain" (Aug 20, 2021) https://nym.ag/3sHQep2 AllieBethStuckey.com: "Why Kids (And You) Shouldn't Be Forced to Mask" https://bit.ly/3mqxKZb --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Nick Cater talks to Brendan O'Neill about the never-ending lockdown Down Under. Become a spiked supporter: https://www.spiked-online.com/supporters/ Visit the spiked shop: https://www.spiked-online.com/shop/ Sign up to Today on spiked: https://www.spiked-online.com/newsletters/
As a battle of political will is waged across the country over masks, vaccines, and lockdowns, Charlie zeroes in on a handful of stories out of Republican states like Arizona & Texas where municipalities and local governing bodies choose to defy pro-freedom laws and executive orders from Governors like DeSantis and Ducey. Charlie also walks through the general inefficacy of masking—especially when it comes to children, some shocking developments from Down Under where Australians are being told to forego conversations with neighbors to "stop the spread" of COVID, and he runs down a list of 8 things that are far more deadly to kids than the Chinese Coronavirus. This is an eye-opening episode of The Charlie Kirk Show, don't miss a minute of it. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We have a great following Down Under... brothers and sisters in this jacked up world for sure. Amazing listening to Tobie's childhood amazes me in that we are all wired the same. Good fun, great guest..enjoy. Brought to you by; Black Widow Bows Sponsored by; The Footed Shaft Selway Archery Backwoods Grind Coffee Company sbchronicles10 for 10% off Kifaru Intl.