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Talk About It Outdoors Podcast
EP: 135 - Sunday morning season update for 2022

Talk About It Outdoors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 42:49


15 days in and Mr 130 aint even been in a tree yet??? Well we go over what's happened thus far on the year as well as update everyone on our plans for Youtube and videoing this season. Its a short fun filled show with talks on Cruzr, Deer season, and our plans coming up. Check it out!!!

Locked On Rangers - Daily Podcast On The New York Rangers
Nils Lundqvist traded to Dallas Stars for a first-round pick and a fourth-round pick!!!!

Locked On Rangers - Daily Podcast On The New York Rangers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 32:34 Very Popular


One day after we compared and contrasted Zac Jones and Nils Lundkvist, Lundkvist is shipped to the Dallas Stars in exchange for a conditional 2023 first-round pick and a conditional 2025 fourth-round pick!! Why Ranger fans should feel really good about this trade, which is seemingly another big win for Chris Drury. After a shaky start and a questionable move or two, Drury is finding his footing as Ranger General Manager. Why Braden Schneider's emergence basically sealed Lundkvist's fate. Plus, biggest takeaways from Saturday's game between the Ranger rookies and the Philadelphia Flyer rookies!! Episode 668. Intro song is “Leave the Lights On” by Passafire. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Morning Drive with Marcus and Kurt
Roger Drury (R-Essex Jct)

The Morning Drive with Marcus and Kurt

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 20:05


The Vermont House candidate to represent the Rural Essex (Chittenden-24) district was a guest Tuesday on The Morning Drive on WVMT.

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Whitetail Landscapes - Big Buck Harvest, Trail Cameras, and Hunting Strategy

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 46:58


In this podcast Rocky Burrus (SA Farms Management Service), Perry Battin (Drury Outdoors) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), discuss big bucks, trail cameras and hunting strategy. Rocky details his big buck killed in August in Tennessee. Rocky breaks down the layout and how he puts the hunt together on the mature deer. Perry explains food plot concerns and the related drought, and how he and the team are combatting that on an acre by acre basis. Jon provides some examples of how his clients handle drought. Perry discusses the hunting strategy that the Drury team employs when killing does and how they plan on concentrating big bucks around their food plots. Rocky explains why he uses wise-eye trail cameras and why and the data collections software that comes with his cameras is so great. Rocky and Perry explain the number of cameras they are using on the properties they hunt and manage. Perry explains why he uses Reconyx trail cameras and what he has noticed over the years from the high-end trail camera company. Perry discusses data collection and how the work of analyzing the pictures is broken up amongst the team members.  Perry, Rocky and Jon discuss the hunting strategy they consider, age class and caliber of deer they go after annually. Jon details his near-term plans and what he anticipates for his hunting season. Rocky and Perry discuss drought and water sources and where to put these on the landscape to attract deer. Social Links https://www.facebook.com/safarmmanagement/ https://www.instagram.com/safarmmanagementservice/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/perrybattin_druryoutdoors/?hl=en https://www.druryoutdoors.com/ https://www.plantbiologic.com/ https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Whitetail Landscapes - Hunting & Habitat Management
Big Buck Harvest, Trail Cameras, and Hunting Strategy

Whitetail Landscapes - Hunting & Habitat Management

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 45:28


In this podcast Rocky Burrus (SA Farms Management Service), Perry Battin (Drury Outdoors) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), discuss big bucks, trail cameras and hunting strategy. Rocky details his big buck killed in August in Tennessee. Rocky breaks down the layout and how he puts the hunt together on the mature deer. Perry explains food plot concerns and the related drought, and how he and the team are combatting that on an acre by acre basis. Jon provides some examples of how his clients handle drought. Perry discusses the hunting strategy that the Drury team employs when killing does and how they plan on concentrating big bucks around their food plots.Rocky explains why he uses wise-eye trail cameras and why and the data collections software that comes with his cameras is so great. Rocky and Perry explain the number of cameras they are using on the properties they hunt and manage. Perry explains why he uses Reconyx trail cameras and what he has noticed over the years from the high-end trail camera company.  Perry discusses data collection and how the work of analyzing the pictures is broken up amongst the team members.   Perry, Rocky and Jon discuss the hunting strategy they consider, age class and caliber of deer they go after annually. Jon details his near-term plans and what he anticipates for his hunting season. Rocky and Perry discuss drought and water sources and where to put these on the landscape to attract deer.Social Linkshttps://www.facebook.com/safarmmanagement/https://www.instagram.com/safarmmanagementservice/?hl=enhttps://www.instagram.com/perrybattin_druryoutdoors/?hl=enhttps://www.druryoutdoors.com/https://www.plantbiologic.com/https://whitetaillandscapes.com/https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en

High Noon
9-20 Segment 4 - Mark Stratton, founder of the baseball program at Drury University, joins the show with a great Albert Pujols story

High Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 16:46


Mark Stratton, founder of the baseball program at Drury University, joins the show with a great Albert Pujols story

Sojourn J-Town Sermons
The Anchored Life | Week 2: Hebrews 1:4-2:4 | Lisle Drury

Sojourn J-Town Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 42:54


Pastor Lisle Drury preaches from Hebrews 1:4-2:4.

Alive Church Enniscorthy
Don't Miss Your Opportunity | Paul Drury | Alive Church

Alive Church Enniscorthy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 46:35


Join Paul Drury (Life Source Ministries) as he encourages us not to miss our opportunity! - FOLLOW US ➤ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alivewexford/ ➤ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALIVEwexford/ ➤ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AliveWexford

Horticulture Week Podcast
Sally Drury on 40 years at HortWeek and a lifetime in horticulture

Horticulture Week Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 19:24


Sally Drury's lifelong journey in horticulture began in tragic circumstances when she took on the family garden after her father died in a road traffic accident. After studying at Reading University and a dissertation on horticulture and the Common Market, she got the attention of judge and HortWeek editor Jim Deen who asked her to work for the title - and the rest is history.Turf is Drury's favourite sector and she has seen great advances since the 1980s including the development of Verti Drains and better construction, grass breeding and LEDs robotics. Across horticulture more broadly she adds how woodchippers have transformed how felled wood is used, capillary beds, LEDs and many more.Drury believes that horticulture is capable of solving just about all problems because it involves plants and has a part to play in conservation, water management, food, pharmaceuticals, sport, therapy, employment and money for the economy.She shares with the podcast her predictions for the future and as a former standup comedian she recounts some classic anecdotes and of course, offers a typically idiosyncratic take on her Desert Island Plant. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Behind The Brand
Peppermint Grove & Moss St Fragrances with Hannah Drury

Behind The Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 54:50


When I say this episode is a must-listen, I mean it! Hannah Drury is the founder and owner of Peppermint Grove and Moss St Fragrances - major, MAJOR players in the home fragrance space. While her business may be valued in the tens of millions today, nine years ago Hannah was sleeping on a blow up mattress in her manufacturing facility to save money and be close to the business. In this episode Hannah shares it all - the ups and downs, the lessons, the advice and even insight into her business structures and finances, nothing is off limits! Find Hannah and her brands online @peppermintgroveau, @mossstfragrances and @hanjdrury Want more Behind the Brand? Find us on Instagram and TikTok @behindthebrand.podcast

There's No People Like Show People

“Local Q-List celebrity finds love.” Friends, I am honored to have my kind, funny, weird, intelligent, generous and very genuine boyfriend as a guest on There's No People Like Show People! Shane Drury is one of the most creative and imaginative people that I know. In this episode we both talk about putting yourself out there and starting over. It's scary to open up your heart to new love and trust again but I can honestly say that meeting Shane is one of the best things that's happened in a very long time. Thank you so much for listening and continuing to support the podcast! 

Drivetime - Big Q&A
2022-09-12 - What is the Evidence of True Discipleship? - Nick Creta & Pr jason Drury

Drivetime - Big Q&A

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 57:27


Sojourn J-Town Sermons
The Anchored Life | Week 1: Hebrews 1:1-3 | Lisle Drury

Sojourn J-Town Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 40:36


Pastor Lisle Drury preaches from Hebrews 1:1-3.

Kings and Generals: History for our Future
3.12 Fall and Rise of China: West meets East

Kings and Generals: History for our Future

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 67:04


Last time we spoke, the Qing dynasty had enjoyed the first half of the 18th century with relative ease and prosperity, however the end half and emergence of the 19th century would not be so fruitful. The White Lotus Rebellion of 1794-1804 took root during one of the most corrupt ridden times in Chinese history. One of China's most corrupt figures and one of the richest men in history, Heshen was executed by the new Jiaqing Emperor. Then the Jiaqing Emperor had to quell the White Lotus menace which cost the empire a possible 100 million taels of silver. Despite being successful, the White Lotus rebellion would spread a seed of destruction for the Qing dynasty that would grow overtime and bloom into multiple revolts and rebellions. Now we look to another aspect of China during the early 19th century, its struggle against the looming threat of western greed.    This episode is the A West meets East story   Welcome to the Fall and Rise of China Podcast, I am your dutiful host Craig Watson. But, before we start I want to also remind you this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Perhaps you want to learn more about the history of Asia? Kings and Generals have an assortment of episodes on the history of asia and much more  so go give them a look over on Youtube. So please subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry for some more history related content, over on my channel, the Pacific War Channel where I cover the history of China and Japan from the 19th century until the end of the Pacific War.   #11 The West meets East failure   Now while the last podcast highlighted the corruption of Heshen and his long lasting effect on the Qing dynasty during the late half of the 18th century, I intentionally avoided speaking about something. That something was the envoys sent by Britain to China to open up trade relations. The rationale was that I wanted to highlight why the White Lotus came to be and the British envoy stories would have derailed it, but in actuality, the corruption, White Lotus rebellion and British envoys all simultaneously play a very important role in the downfall of the Qing Dynasty. So let us go back in time a bit to begin what is quite honestly the emergence of one of the largest drug cartel stories of all time.    Lord George Macartney was a well seasoned diplomat with an extensive resume and a reputation for getting things done. He had that classic story of being raised in poverty, but rising to the top. He began his career as a barrister in England before entering the foreign service. He was no aristocrat, came from no significant family, thus earned his way through merit. His skills and intellect eventually landed him the appointment as an envoy to the Qing Dynasty to establish a British embassy in China. Up to this point in his life, everything he did was a success, but China would prove to be a hard nut to crack. In 1764 Macartney was knighted at the young age of 27 and sent as an envoy to russia. It was a rather scandalous rumor that he was sent as the envoy not merely for his skills and intellect, but because of his good looks as it was believed it would sway the Empress, Catherine the Great to the interests of Britain. After 3 years in Russia, Sir Macartney returned with the Empress's good affection, symbolized in a gem-studded snuff box. This bolstered Macartney into the social circles of the elites and by 1767 he was elected to Parliament and soon appointed the Chief Secretary of Ireland. After some years of service within the United Kingdom, Macartney sought out more adventure and took up a post as governor of the Caribbean Islands in the West Indies. He was soon awarded with the title of Bron and in 1780 received the appointment as governor of Madras India. He worked that office 6 years and became a viscount. Then in 1793 he sailed for one of the most illusive and exotic lands, that of China.   Viscount Macartney was given a simple orders from George III: establish a British embassy in the capital and get permission for British ships to dock at ports besides Canton. Now you might be asking, whats the problem with Canton? Nothing, except for foreign barbarians it was the only port of access for all of China at this time. For those who have never heard of this, the Canton System which began in 1757 was a trade system of the Qing dynasty. The Qianlong Emperor faced numerous problems when he inherited the empire, one being the threat of foreign trade. While trade obviously is a beneficial thing, it can sometimes cause harm, as such the Qing dynasty had some worries about trade with foreign lands. For one thing, the intrusion of missionaries had caused some pretty brutal conflicts in China. After this Emperor Qianlong ordered his court to make some changes to foreign trade to thus stop more conflicts from occurring. He bottled necked all foreign trade to go through Canton and they were to deal exclusively with a group known as the Cohong merchants. The Cohong were granted a monopoly over the foreign trade, but were also the primary representative link between the Qing government and the outside world. There were strings attached of course, the Cohong merchants were to take on full responsibility for any foreign persons connected with a foreign ship that did trade. The Cohong were of course expected to pay taxes to the Qing government for all the trade being done, but by far and large they were able to control how they would levy such taxes. A perfect recipe for corruption.    A event occured known as the Flint Affair, a situation in which a Englishman named James Flint serving the East India Company was repeatedly warned to remain in Canton, but in 1755 he went against the Qing administrative warnings and tried to establish trade in some ports in Zhejiang. He was caught and deported to Macau where he was imprisoned for a few years. The situation prompted Emperor Qianlong to enact 5 measures against the foreign barbarians who wished to trade. 1) Trade by foreign barbarians in Canton is prohibited during the winter. 2) Foreign barbarians coming to the city must reside in the foreign factories under the supervision and control of the Cohong. 3) Chinese citizens are barred from borrowing capital from foreign barbarians and from employment by them. 4) Chinese citizens must not attempt to gain information on the current market situation from foreign barbarians 5) Inbound foreign barbarian vessels must anchor in the Whampoa Roads and await inspection by the authorities   Trade with China was beginning to really boom, but it was being frustrated into the bottleneck of Canton. The British were very eager to open up more trade with China and Macartney had instructions to offer something to the Chinese to open up trade. He could offer to end the importation of opium from British held India, something that was officially illegal in the Qing dynasty, but in reality the Qing could not stop the illicit smuggling of it into China.    On the morning of september 26, 1792 the HMS Lion a 64 gun ship of the line, cast off for China. When Macarney landed on the coast of China, all of his retinue and baggage were transferred to Chinese junks by the order of Emperor Qianlong before he was allowed to travel up the Bei He River enroute for Peking. His ship had a large sign tacked to its mast by the Qing officials with large black letters reading “tribute from the red barbarians”. Remember at this time in history, China was basically the pinnacle of civilization at least from its viewpoint. China had felt superior to the rest of the world for quite some time. Gunpowder, paper currency, eyeglasses and the printing press all were developed in China long before the west had acquired such things. As such the emperor of China did not receive ambassadors per say, as exchanging emissaries would denote equal rank amongst nations, for which China had no equal. Those who did come as emissaries were treated as tribute bearers and identified as foreign barbarians. From the perspective of the Chinese, foreign barbarians did not come to negotiate or make dealings, they came as subjects to pay homage and tribute.    Macartney believed he was bringing gifts from one sovereign nation to another, but the Qing considered him to be a vassal paying tribute. The gifts he brought were the best of British technology: telescopes, brass howitzers, globes, clocks, musical instruments and an entire hot air balloon complete with a balloonist. That one always puzzled me by the way, did that mean the balloonist was just going to be some sort of lifetime servant? In all Macartney brought over 600 gifts for Emperor Qianlong and this all required an astonishing 99 wagons, 40 wheelbarrows drawn by over 200 horses and 3000 people. Macartney was instructed to display the gifts at the Emperor's summer palace before he would be given any chance at seeing Emperor Qianlong. The Qing court apparently were not that impressed with most of the gifts, though they did admire the wood pottery and were particularly interested when Macartney ignited sulfur matches. Unfortunately the hot air balloon never got a chance to take off. The viceroy of Pechili told Macartney that he would not be meeting the emperor in his palace, but in a yurt outside the Imperial hunting lodge in Rehe of the tartary lands. They would pass through the great wall and Macartney was astonished by it stating it to be “the most stupendous work of human hands, probably greater in extent than all of the other forts in the world put together. Its construction was a sign of not only a very powerful empire, but a very wise and virtuous nation”. They traveled into Manchuria until they reached the Emperor's summer quarters on september 8th. The journey had nearly taken a year since they departed England in 1792 and the success or failure of the embassy would be decided in the matter of just mere days. They stopped a mile from the imperial summer residence to make themselves presentable.    Macartney had prepared a colorful and grandiose outfit for the occasion as described by his valet “A suite of spotted mulberry velvet, with a diamond star, and his ribbon, over which he wore the full habit of the order of the Bath, with the hat and the plume of feathers, which form a part of it”. So try to imagine a man dressed up like a peacock, certainly it was going to leave an impression, which is what he wanted. The entourage formed a makeshift parade formation with as much British pomp that could be mustered. The British soldiers and cavalry led the way on foot followed by servants, musicians, scientists and other gentry. The parade arrived at 10am to their designated quarters, with no one at all to greet them. Macartney was bewildered, he had expected this famed Manchu man named Heshen to meet them. However Heshen was nowhere to be found, Macartney deduced he must be delayed for some reason and so they all simply waited. 6 hours passed by as they all stood there in formation waiting with no sign of an imperial official, thus they lost heart and went into the assigned residence to eat. In the end Macartney was forced to go find Heshen himself, quite an uncomfortable start to the venture. Over the course of several days the mountain of British gifts were exchanged. They presented things such as rugs to the Emperors representatives and in turn were given luxurious fabrics such as silk, jade, porcelain, lacquerware and large quantities of the finest tea, oh tea will play quite a role in all of this rest assured. The British tried to awe them with the products of their science, but soon were realizing something was not right.    You see this entire process was confused. For the British they were trying to impress the Chinese to gain the ability to negotiate for more advantageous policies in the future, IE: gain the approval to open a permanent embassy in the capital. But for the Chinese the situation was literally just trade, they were trading goods they assumed the British would want to take home and sell. Nations like Vietnam and Korea would regularly come to pay tribute to the emperor for his approval which legitimized their governments. They came and performed the famous “kow tow” before the Emperor. For those who don't know the “kow tow” is a ritual of 9 kneeling bows to the ground in 3 sets of 3 in the direction of the emperor. The envoys from places like Vietnam or Korea did this readily as their nations were official tributaries to China and thus the Emperor was the overarching figure for their nations as well as their own emperors. But when Macartney showed up he knew nothing of this entire process. Initially Macartney did not even realize he was supposed to prostrate himself before emperor and when this was explained to him he was unwilling to do it. Because despite the great admiration he had for the Qing Empire, he thought he was an envoy between 2 equal and sovereign nations, he assumed the King of England was on equal footing with Emperor Qianlong. Macartney had never done anything like the kow tow for his own king why should he for a foreign king?   So Macartney expected what he considered a mere ceremony to be waved off and submitted a request for that to be so, which he alleged later he received approval for. But when he arrived at Jehol, Heshen denied ever seeing this request and insisted Macartney must perform the kow two before the emperor. Qing officials at the scene assured Macartney that it was just “a mere exterior and unmeaning ceremony” urging him on. Things began to get messy, Macartney said he would kow tow readily if a Qing official would do the same before a portrait he had brought of King George III. No Qing official would do it, so Macartney tried to compromise, what if he simply bent the knee and head once before Emperor Qianlong. To Mccartneys relief the proposal was accepted. A few more days went by, then on September 14th he was informed he could meet the emperor.   Macartney got into his peacock suit and his entourage marched behind Macartney who was carried on a litter until they made it to the Emperor's ceremonial tent. Macartney entered, carrying a jeweled encrusted golden box containing a letter from King George III. In his own account, Macartney stated he knelt on one knee as agreed and presented the emperor the box and the emperor did not seem in the slightest to have made any commotion about the ritual not being performed. Macartney said “Emperor Qianlong's eyes were full and clear and his countenance was open, despite the dark and gloomy demeanor we had expected to find”. Do not forget as I mentioned in the previous episode, at this point in time the Emperor was its pretty safe to say, very senile. The letter from George III was translated into Chinese carefully by European missionaries who made sure to take out any potentially offensive references, like for example anything about chrisianity. The letter spoke about how Emperor Qianlong “should live and rule for 10s of thousands of years and the word China was elevated one line above the rest of the text whenever it appeared and the name of the emperor was elevated 3 lines above the rest. The letters translation thus had been done in such a way it really did not conform to the letter between 2 equals anymore. Meanwhile while Emperor Qianlong read this, Macartney was simply awed by the tent they were in. In his words “the tapestries, carpets and rich draperies and lanterns were disposed with such harmony, the colors so artfully varied. It was as if he was inside a painting. The commanding feature of the ceremony was the calm dignity that sober pomp of asiatic greatness, which European refinements have not yet attained”. Macartney also went on to mention that he was also not the only envoy present in the tent. There were 6 Muslim enovys from tributary states near the Caspian sea an a Hindu envoy from Burma and they had allow performed the kow tow.    Emperor Qianlong asked Heshen if any of the English could speak Chinese and the son of British diplomat George Staunton stepped forward. The 12 year old boy named George stepped towards the throne and according to his diary “I spoke some Chinese words to him and thanked him for the presents”. Emperor Qianlong was apparently charmed by this and took a purse from his own waist to give to him as a token of his esteem. That little boy became the first Englishman after James Flint to cross the wall of language between Britain and China and it would shape his life after. After the meeting, Macartney and his entourage were allowed to stay in Jehol for a few days and were fortunate enough to partake in the emperor's birthday banquet. On September 21st, disaster struck when a member of Macartney's entourage died, a gunner named Reid. It was the day before their departure date and apparently Reid had eaten 40 apples for breakfast, which I have to say is one of the most bizarre rationales for a death I've ever heard. Regardless, the Qing assumed off the bat the man died of some contagious disease and urged them all to leave with haste.    Meanwhile in Peking, the Balloonist/scientist Mr Dinwiddie had been busy prepared all the scientific instruments for demonstrations awaiting Emperor Qianlong's return from Jehol at the end of september. He had begun filling a grand hall of the imperial palace outside the city of Beijing with globes, clocks, telescopes, the air pump for the balloon and such. He had signed a contract basically stating he could never return home and would be stuck as a foreigner in a small part of Beijing. Regardless he got everything ready for the emperor's visit. When the emperor came on October the 1st he showed no particular emotion as he toured the hall according to Dinwiddie. Upon looking through a telescope for roughly 2 minutes the emperor alleged stated “it was good enough to amuse children” and simply left. Heshen and other Qing officials came to see the wonders and showed a bit more interest. Unfortunately the hot air balloon demonstration was to be the grand finale in the course of a few days but never came to fruition, because all of a sudden on October the 6th the Emperor ordered all the British to leave. Everything was hastily packed up and every man by October 7th was being pushed out as the embassy mission was sent away from Peking. Once on the road out of Peking it dawned upon them all the embassy mission was a failure. As one British servant put it “we entered Peking like paupers; we remained in it like prisoners; and we quitted it like vagrants”.    Macartney had no idea how much he had offended the emperor with his negotiations. Back on september 10th, 4 days before they met the Emperor, Qianlong was always fuming mad about the English ambassadors dragging of the feet about the kow tow. In fact at that time Emperor Qianlong simply told his officials he would keep the promise to have the meetings, but as far as he was concerned they best be gone afterwards. Qianlong prior had planned to have them stay a long time to enjoy the sights of Jehol but “given the presumption and self important display by the English ambassador, they should be sent from Jehol immediately after the banquet, given 2 days to get to Peking to pack up their belongs and go. When foreigners who come seeking audience with me are sincere and submissive then I always treat them with kindness. But if they come in arrogance they get nothing”. On October 3rd, just a few days before they were ordered out, Macartney received the official response to King George III's letter, unfortunately it was in Chinese and he was unable to translate it for some time. It stated that the request for the British ambassador to remain at the capital was not consistent with the customs of the empire and therefore could not be allowed. And here is the kicker in regards to trade and the gifts he said “I accepted the gifts not because I wanted them, but merely, as tokens of your own affectionate regard for me. In truth the greatness and splendor of the Chinese empire have spread its fame far and wide, and as foreign nations, from a thousand parts of the world, crowd hither over mountains and seas, to pay us their homage and bring us the rarest and most precious offerings, what is it that we can want here? Strange and costly objects do not interest me. We possess all things. I set no value on objects strange or ingenious, and have no use for your countries manufactures”. Oomphf there was a second little part after that went “we have never needed trade with foreign countries to give us anything we lacked. Tea, porcelain and silk are essential needs for countries like England that do not have such things and out of grace the dynasty had long permitted foreign merchants to come to Canton to purchase these goods. To satisfy your needs and to allow you to benefit from our surplus. England is but one of many countries that comes to trade in Canton and if we were to give Britain special treatment, then we would have to give it to all the others as well”.   Macartney was furious and wrote extensively enroute back home. “Can they be ignorant, that a couple of English frigates would be an overmatch for the whole naval force of their empire, that in half a summer they could totally destroy the navigation of their coasts and reduce the inhabitants of the maritime provinces, who subsist chiefly on fish, to absolute famine? We could destroy the Tiger's mouth forts guarding the river passage to Canton with just half a dozen boardsides and annihilate the Canton trade that employs millions of Chinese”. Yet despite all his military bravado talk, if Britain were at this time to make any aggression against China it would immediately result in them shutting down their trade. If that was allowed to happen both the economies of Britain and British held India would suffer tremendous economic damage. Thus Macartney knew the best course of action was to be patient and try try and try again.   So the Macartney mission ended in embarrassment. Macartney would tell those back in Britain “The empire of China is an old crazy first-rate man of war, which a fortunate succession of able and vigilant offers has contrived to keep afloat for these hundred and fifty years past; and to overawe their neighbors, merely by her bulk and appearance. She may perhaps not sink outright, she may drift some time as a wreck, and will then be dashed in pieces on the shore; but she can never be rebuilt on the old bottom”. Very dark and ominous words indeed. Prior to Macartney's report those had this perception of China to be the model of stable and virtuous government. But Macartney ranted that “the tyranny of a handful of Tartars over more than 300 millions of Chinese. And those Chinese subjects would not suffer the odium of a foreign yoke for much longer. A revolution was coming”. Macartney would elaborate further on what he believed to be the socio-political situation in China. “I often perceived the ground to be hollow under a vast superstructure and in trees of the most stately and flourishing appearance I discovered symptoms of speedy decay. The huge population of Han Chinese were just recovering blows that had stunned them they are awaking from the political stupor they had been thrown into by the Tartar impression, and begin to feel their native energie revive. A slight collision might elicit fire from the flint, and spread the flames of revolt from one extremity of China to the other. I should not be surprised if its dislocation or dismemberment were to take place before my own dissolution”. Please take note this is all coming from a bitterly anger man who, yes traveled the country for months, but he had not seen the interior of China. He could not speak or read the language and knew nothing of the culture. And yet he was almost 100% prophetic in what would occur.    Now as I went into with the past episode, the Qianlong Emperor was very old and going senile. When Macartney met with him, Qianlong had just turned 82 and had ruled for over 58 years an incredible reign. And despite the show the emperor had put on about never needing western trade, in reality he was deeply fascinated by western inventions. He cherished his collection of 70 British clocks and wrote poems about them and about western telescopes. Likewise he kept multiple western art pieces and employed many westerners in his court. Above all else he understood the value of China's foreign trade at Canton, because a significant portion of the tariff income fed his imperial household. The canton trade was also a primary source of silver import of which China was the largest importer of silver since the 1600s. Foreigners came and were forced to trade with silver if they wanted tea or porcelain. Tea, Tea is the crucial component of this story.   In 1664 King Charles II received 2 lbs of black, strange smelling leaves from China. Less than half a century later, tea became Britain's beverage of choice with an annual consumption of 12 million pounds per year. By 1785, Britain was importing 15 million lbs of tea per year from China. The people of Britain were literally addicted China's tea, which might I add is a mild stimulant. More so the British government became economically dependent on tea and the Exchequer levied a 100 percent import tax upon it whoa. Although China purchased some British goods like clocks, it was nothing compared to the British need for tea. Between 1710 to 1759 the imbalance of trade was enormous, literally draining Britain of its silver, because that was after all the only form of payment China accepted. During this time, Britain paid 26 million in silver to China, but sold only 9 million in goods.    Now lets talk a bit more about how this trade was being down in Canton. It was the East India Company who was given a monopoly over the tea trade in China. I mentioned the Cohong or sometimes called simply Hong merchants. They were directly in charge of the Canton trade, holding a monopoly over it. All western trade had to come through them, if you were a foreign ship, your cargo had to be guaranteed by a Hong merchant before it could sail up river to port Canton. Only a Hong merchant could rent you a warehouse or arrange for you any and all purchases for tea, silk and such. Personal relationships were thus key and having a friendship with any Hong merchant was immensely valuable. Hong merchants were accountable for the conduct of all foreing personnel. If some foreigner got drunk and beat up a local, the Hong merchant was held responsible, and this did in fact happen often. The Hong merchants were a small group, typically no more than a dozen any given time. As you can imagine with such a small group controlling the full trade between China and western nations, the opportunities for both sides merchants to become abundantly rich was enormous. However there was a ton of risk for the Hong since they took all the risk. Regardless the Hong merchants were some of the richest men in China, but they also went bankrupt regularly. Why was this, well because of their access to capital it made them primary targets for other government officials to squeeze.    You see despite their monopoly on the trade, the Hong merchants were almost always in a precarious situation. Their appointment and finance was done via the Hoppo. Also the social status of merchants within traditional confucianism was very low and the Hong merchants were at the mercy of other Qing officials. This led the Hong merchants to be forced to pay numerous bribes to said officials. More often than naught to get an appointment as a Hong came with a literal downpayment for the officials who got you the job! The Hong merchants were squeezed left right and center by countless officials in a pecking system built upon corruption and greed.    The senior superintendent of foreign trade at Canton was a Imperial customs commissioner known to the westerners as the “hoppo”. The hoppo reported directly to the board of revenue in Beijing and it was the Hoppo who was responsible for ensuring a proper flow of tariff income back to Beijing. The position of Hoppo was one of the greatest opportunities to get filthy rich.   Before the White Lotus rebellion the Qing silver surplus was a whopping 70 million taels, but over the course of the war it is estimated the Qing treasury would pay something like 100 million taels in silver. Then came another disaster.    The Napoleonic wars had a tremendous impact on the world, not limited to just the war itself. As the war grinding on, Britain was pressed for funds to finance its war against France and this led them to squeeze the East India Company harder. The British government began raising its tax on the company's tea in 1795, then again in 1802 where it reached 50%, then again in 1806 to a whopping 96% and by 1819 it would be 100%. The growing British tax on the company's tea led it to become a possible 1/10th of Britain's national revenue. As you can imagine with those numbers, the importance of maintaining the trade with Canton became a matter of national interest.    While the Qing dynasty spent millions of taels mobilizing armies to quell the white lotus rebellion, the British likewise spent millions during its war against france. Britain would spend around 12 times more than its previous 22 year war with France and ran up a monstrous national debt. By the time Napoleon was defeated, Britain had doubled the size of the royal navy and it was the most powerful maritime force in the world. Britain acquired more territories to expand its enormous empire. By 1820 the British Empire would control roughly a quarter of the world's population, almost rivaling China. The emperor of China, Jiaqing was forced to slash the budgets of things such as the military after the internal rebellion was over. In expectation for an era of peace for the empire, the emperor effectively had to mortgage the future improvement of China's military to simply stabilize the country.   Now Britain's tea fix needed to be met, but its silver was depleted. The Napoleonic war and the American revolution had drained Britain of its silver reserve, how was Britain going to get the tea? The British needed to find something the Chinese were willing to pay for in silver and the British would find what that in Opium. The British were not the first importers of Opium into China. Arab merchants had been selling opium cultivated in what is modern day turkey since the middle ages. It was primarily used for medicinal purposes, such as being used as a constipation drug to stop diarrhea, quite a useful thing to have to fight off dysentery which reeks its ugly head during times of conflict. In 1659 the East India Company began to export it in limited quantities from Bengal India. The East India Company had a monopoly over the trade with India and tried to prevent the business of opium importing to China since it was illegal and could interfere with the company's legitimate trade. However to get tea required silver and when the silver began to dry up the East India Company's tolerance for the illicit business began to loosen.    In 1782 the East India Company turned its eyes away and allowed the export of 3450 chests of opium. Each chest for reference weighed around 170 lbs, about the size of a small footlocker. 2 ships carried the illegal cargo and enroute 1 of them was captured by the French with the other arrived in Macao. The Chinese merchants refused to purchase the illegal contraband until the price was dropped to 210$ per chest. To break even the British needed to sell a chest at around 500$, it was a complete disaster. The British merchants ended up dumping most of their cargo at a loss in Malaysia for a price of around 340$. There were no eager buyers for opium in China in 1782 and this showcases the lack of users or better said addicts. Nonetheless the Qing government made a decree in 1799 condemning the illicit trade “foreigners obviously derive the most solid profits and advantages, but that our countrymen should pursue this destructive and ensnaring vice is indeed odious and deplorable”. The East India Company proclaimed it was forbidding British ships to carry the illicit cargo, because remember they had to make sure the Canton market remained open to britain. Yet this did not stop the East India company from selling opium within India to independent British and Indian merchants who in turn might smuggle the drugs into China. Its not the East India company after all and the company could see no other way to acquire silver to buy the tea Britain needed.    In 1773 opium earned the company 39,000 pounds, in 1793 opium earned them 250,000 pounds. The idea was working and the trade imbalance was soon shifting. By 1806 to 1809 China would pay out 7 million in silver for opium. During the first 2 decades of the 19th century opium addiction grew in China at a slow pace. The East India Company kept the price of the illicit substance artificially high, which meant only the upper class in China could afford it. The East India Company was doing its best not to antagonize the Qing government, IE: not rubbing their nose in the illicit trade, thus it did not increase imports and lower prices. Around 5000 chests were being sold per year and this stabilized the trade imbalance between Britain and China, no longer was Britain simply losing its silver to China, nor was China being depleted dry.    Then a technological innovation in Britain completely shattered the equilibrium. The invention of the steam engine in the previous century resulted in the mechanized production of cotton. Soon England had flooded the market with mass produced textiles and the surplus of this found its way to a very eager Indian market. Those merchants paid for the product in cash, but how do you think they got the cash? Bingo opium cultivation and with it the need to sell more of it. So as a result more and more opium began to flood into China, but it still had to go through the bottleneck of Canton.    Problems began to occur which affected the Canton trade. The Napoleonic wars began to send ripples throughout the world and one place that was affected was Macao in 1808. The British in Canton heard rumors that France was sending troops to occupy Macao. The British wanted to preemptively respond and sent a naval fleet under Rear Admiral William Drury in September of 1808. Drury sent a letter informing the Portuguese governor at Macao that he intended to occupy the city to which the governor refused him and began to appeal to the Chinese governor general for protection. On september 21st Drury landing 300 marines who quickly seized the shore batteries at Macao with no resistance being made by the Portuguese. However the Chinese governor general ordered a shutdown of the British trade in Canton, uh oh. The East India company had to pull full cargo ships out immediately and abandon their factory in Canton. Drury in response brought an additional 700 marines from India to occupy Macao. The Chinese governor general warned Drury if they did not withdraw, the fleet and all British residents in Macao would be cut off from food supplies. Drury panicked, he had not intended to start a war, nor were his orders remotely authorized to do so!   When Emperor Jiaqing got news of the British invasion of Macao he was furious to say the least. Emperor Jiaqing issued an edict to the governor general in Canton “such a brutal eruption at Macao indicates an affrontery without limit. To invoke such a pretext is to freely insult the Chinese Empire. It is important in any case to raise considerable troops, attack the foreigners, and exterminate them. In this way, they will understand that the seas of China are forbidden to them!”. So the governor general ordered 8000 troops at Canton to man the coastal forts in the vicinity in preparation for war. Drury got the news of this and knew the Canton trade could be shut off for good stating “it would exclude the English forever, from the most advantageous monopoly it possesses in the Universe”. So Admiral Drury backed down, refusing to risk war with China. Drury took the marines out, but left some ships in the hope trade in Canton would soon be restored. And thus 6 days later the Qing governor general restored trade in Canton, phew crisis averted.   Another rather unusual conflict occured when a British christian missionary named Thomas Manning attempted to enter into China by land. Manning had tried asking the Hoppo for permission to visit Beijing as a scientist envoy but it was refused as the Emperor had plenty of western scientists at his disposal. The frustrated Manning then began to climb aboard East India company ships going around Vietnam, to see if he could find a way to sneak into China via Vietnam roads. This did not pan out so he struck out at another place to get into China, Tibet. Manning went to Tibet pretending to be a Buddhist lama from India and would you believe it he got an audience with the Dalai Lama on december 17 of 1811. He climbed hundreds of steps and met with the Dalai Lama whom he described “His face was, I thought, poetically and effectively beautiful. He was of a gay and cheerful disposition; his beautiful mouth perpetually unbending into a graceful smile, which illuminated his whole countenance. Sometimes, particularly when he had looked at me, his smile almost approached a gentle laugh”. After meeting the Dalai Lama, Manning hoped to be granted permission to make the 1500 mile journey to Beijing, but this would not occur. In the holy city of Lhasa he was apprehended by the local Qing officials and quasi imprisoned until Emperor Jiaqing could be informed and send orders as to what to do. Orders finally came in February of 1812 to deport Manning and raise border security in response to this incursion.    Then in 1813 problems reeked their ugly head yet again for British-Chinese relations. The Emperor had reduced the number of Hong merchants that the British were allowed to do business with. The larger issue at hand was the War of 1812 which brought with it conflict between Britain and American ships around the waters of Canton. At this time the Americans were second only to the British in the size of their commerce in Canton. The US lacked cruisers to convoy their merchant ships and thus began arming the merchants ships into privateers. The US ships also tried to simply avoid the British by not landing at the same time intervals, but all of this would not avoid conflict. In march of 1814 the British frigate Doris captured a 300 ton American privateer, the USS Hunter and took her to Macao as a prize. 2 months later the Doris hunted down the USS Russel up the Pearl River near the Whampia anchorage just a few miles shy of Whampoa city. They fired upon another while another US ships the Sphynx was boarded and captured. More raids continued from both sides and the conflict greatly angered the Chinese authorities. Eventually the Qing governor general cut off supplies and suspended trade with both nations demanding they behave themselves.    The British merchants in Canton complained they had nothing to do with the Royal Navy, but the Chinese authorities would not hear it. Some minor conflicts occured in Canton and the British felt they had been wronged. The East India Company began to demand the British government send an embassy to remedy the entire situation. So Britain answered the plea and sent another embassy mission in 1816. Lord William Pitt Amherst, Earl Amherst of Arracan was born in 1773 in Bath. His father was General William Amherst and his uncle was Field Marshall Sir Jeffrey Amherst who had a distinguished military career including being the governor general of British north America after defeating Nouvelle France in 1760. Little Williams mother died and the widowed father would take care of William and his sister for awhile until in 1781 when he also died. William would end up living with his uncle in the Amherst estate in Montreal where I happen to live near. William would eventually go to oxford and became an accomplished linguist learning several languages. Eventually he landed a job as ambassador to Sicily and by the end of the Napleonic wars he was made a Privy Councillor. He proved to be able enough and was soon sent as Ambassador with Plenipotentiary to negotiate with the Qing Dynasty in 1816.    The China Amherst encountered in 1816 was very different compared to the one Lord Macrtney had visited. The Emperor was Jiaqing, the dynasty had quelled the White Lotus Rebellion, quite a few smaller revolts and had a real problem with pirates along the coast. Emperor Jiaqing had a loose hold over the empire and was not about to let some foreign power further threaten it.    Amherst was a bit of an odd choice to lead the mission. He was considered a dull, but well mannered man who was not very talented in public speaking. Neither brilliant nor particularly handsome, just hailed from an excellent family. Amherst brought with him 2 familiar faces, the former little boy who had courageously spoken to Emperor Qianlong, George Staunton, who was now an adult. George had been working for the East India Company in Canton and had mastered the Chinese language and learnt much of its culture. The second ws Thomas Manning after his great Tibet adventure. Amherst's departure would be 6 months after the Duke of Wellington's victory at Waterloo in June of 1815. Thus Amherst would be coming to China to inform them that the nearly continuous warfare between Britain and France for the past 22 years had finally come to an end. Amherst was instructed to make it clear to the Chinese that Great Britain was now the unrivaled dominant military power in Europe. The Amherst mission also was to remedy the Canton situation, but the perspective from Britain was quite off. They thought Emperor Jiaqing knew relatively not much about the ongoings in places like Canton, and if they simply came and complained about mistreatment that he would just offhand discipline the officials in Canton and place the British in a better position.The Emperor however was hardly oblivious to the ongoings in Canton, in fact he was paying a ton of attention to it. The Emperor had ordered investigation into the Canton situation over the past few years Emperor Jiaqing was particularly taking an interest into George Staunton who he viewed as a potential trouble maker in China, because the man had vast knowledge now of the language and culture and might induce more westerners to do the same. For certain the emperor was not pleased at all to find out Thomas Manning was coming as he had deported him and it was to be presumed Manning should never step foot back in China ever again. So the entourage was already doomed to fail.   As the entourage made their way, Amherst reported that the Qing dynasty seemed to have declined significantly compared to what Macartney had reported long ago. The entourage had learnt of the White Lotus rebellion and how suppressing it nearly bankrupt the Qing government. The entourage became rather bold and instead of waiting at the island of Chusan, Amherst ships, accompanied by 2 East India Company surveying vessels divided themselves into task forces and went to work dropping the embassy team off  at the White River. Soon some of the vessels began to explore the river networks going as far north to where the Great Wall meets the coast of Manchuria, sailed around the Liaodong Peninsula and parts of the Yalu river, very bold moves. They also took notes of the villages, populations and geology of their ventures. They particularly noted down the lack of military installations.    Both the Amherst mission and the Qing court intended to use the Macartney mission as a precedent, but neither communicated how they should go about it. What really loomed over the entire affair was the issue of the Kow Tow. Now Amherst was coming into this with less radical requests than Macartney. They were not asking for a permanent ambassador at the capital, nor the opening of new ports. They just wanted some kind of provision for direct communication between the East India Company staff in Canton and a high ranking official in Beijing in order to circumvent the troubles they had been having with the Hoppo and governor general of canton. They also wanted to be allowed to do business with others aside from the Hong merchants. Officials from Beijing met with Amherst as soon as the British ships anchored at the mouth of the white river in early august. They escorted him along the way, but also asked him to Kowtow in front of a piece of yellow silk that represented the emperor. They wanted to see that the man understood how to do the kowtow. Amherst was given instructions from the British government simply to do what he thinks best in the situation of the kow towing issue, but to make sure the mission was a success. Thus the first time he was asked to do it he refused and stated that since Macartney did not kow tow why should he. The Qing officials were confused and said as far as they knew Macartney did kow tow to the emperor in 1793. Then they reminded Amherst the Emperor Jiaqing was present in 1793 and would have seen it occur, best he kow tow as well. George Staunton told Amherst they were mistaken and that he never saw Macartney kow tow. As you can imagine it was now a case of Emperor Jiaqing's word against Staunton, a man the emperor did not like. Amherst was in a bad situation, so he simply stated he would do the kow tow when the time came, but stressed he would do it on one knee and not two. He tried to compromise by offering to kiss the emperors hand which utterly disgusted the Qing officials. The highest ranking Qing official escorting the foreigners was Heshitai, brother in law to Emperor Jaiqing. He told Amherst he had to bow on both knees or he would be expelled from the capital without audience.   The entourage made it just a mile outside Beijing where crowds of spectators began assembling on the sides of the roads to see their approach. They made their way to the eastern gate at night and the massive walls astounded them. They road in springless wooden carts, a quite uncomfortable ride at that. Amherst was told his audience would take place immediately and in fact he was actually late for it. Amherst panicked he was not ready, he was fatigued and unkept, his baggage had not even arrived yet which held his coronation robes for the occasion. He did not even have the letter from the prince regent to be given to the Emperor! Heshitai told him he had to go now, but Amherst refused. Amherst demanded they be given time to clean up, gather their baggage and rest. Heshitai eventually got another Qing official to grab hold of Amherst and dragged him to see the emperor.    It is here we get many conflicting stories about what goes down. In a classical one it is said, the Qing officials grab Amherst in the middle of the night when he is disoriented and try to force him to kow tow in a private room, hoping the half asleep man would just do it. Apparently Staunton grabs Amherst by the elbow before he can do the deed and they suddenly leave the place before seeing the emperor. A lot of unanswered questions to be sure. In another story the try to get Amherst to go see the emperor, but he simply refuses and him and his entourage basically fight their way out of their lodgings and leave on the evening of November 13. Regardless what is important to know is the British entourage and Emperor Jiaqing have no idea whats going on at all, they are both at the mercy of reports from the middle men, IE:  the escort officials like Heshitai.   During the slow journey back south to Canton, one of their ships, the Alceste had bombarded a Chinese fort guarding the Tiger's Mouth river entrance to Canton! Dozens of shots were fired and it is said 47 Chinese soldiers were killed. The Alceste had returned from surveying the Pearl river when the captain Murray Maxwell requested permission to sail up to the Whampoa anchorage so it could make repairs on the ship before picking up Amherst's entourage on their way back. Maxwell alleges he was taunted by the Qing representative to the governor general who told him that Amherst had been sent away from the capital without an audience. Murray Maxwell was thus denied permission to go to the Whampoa anchorage and was forced to wait on an outlying island. After a week of waiting, Maxwell had had it and decided to force up the river without permission. As soon as the Alceste began sailing it was confronted by a Chinese fleet and soon a fire fight. The Alceste began blasting away the Chinese coastal defenses, working her way up the river channel to get to Whampoa anchorage.    Both the British entourage and Emperor Jiaqing were mystified as to what happened. The Emperor sent his personal doctor to see to Amherst whom he had assumed must be very sick for missing the meeting only to find out the man was perfectly healthy. After some investigation the Emperor realized the entire debacle was the fault of the escorting officials, above all Heshitai! It turns out the Emperor had been lied to by the escorting officials and fed false reports. The British blamed the emperor for the entire misadventure. The Emperor was livid by everything, but there was a saving grace to the embarrassment on his nation's part, the embarrassment of the Alceste ordeal. When the Alceste made it to Whampoa the governor generals welcomed the ship as if nothing had ever happened. The Emperor sent conciliatory edicts and gifts for the King of England. The Emperor also sent a letter to the king, but he had written it before his investigation of all the matters and thus wrote that he blamed Amherst for the entire ordeal.   The mission was a catastrophe. Trade would continue unaffected, but now both nations had been humiliated. Now the Chinese would look with more suspicion at the British and the British hopes for extending trade outside the canton system were dashed. As quite a fitting end to the entire ordeal, the Alceste which was carrying Amherst and his retinue back to England slammed into a rock and sank. England's response to the Amherst mission was disappointment. The entire situation aided one group of people in Britain, those who sought to abolish the East India Company's monopoly over the China trade. One major critic of the Amherst mission was Napoleon Bonaparte exiled on Saint Helena in 1817. He thought it was ridiculous that such an ordeal came about because the British fretted over kow towing. But he ended his statements with this “It would be the worst thing you have done for a number of years, to go to war with an immense empire like China, what might happen if the dragon, as it were, should be awakened? You would doubtless, at first, succeed…but you would teach them their own strength. They would be compelled to adopt measures to defend themselves against you; they would consider, and say, ‘we must try to make ourselves equal to this nation. Why should we suffer a people, so far away, to do as they please to us? We must build ships, we must put guns into them, we must render ourselves equal to them.' They would get artificers, and ship builders, from France, and America, and even from London; they would build a fleet,and, in the course of time, defeat you.”    I would like to take this time to remind you all that this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Please go subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry after that, give my personal channel a look over at The Pacific War Channel at Youtube, it would mean a lot to me.  The attempts at opening up more trade with China were disastrous and embarrassing for Britain. She needed her tea fix, but her silver reserves were depleted and thus the East India Company began to deal in opium. How could this possibly all go wrong?

Shiitake Sisters
1. The Drury Girls Launch a Podcast

Shiitake Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 51:46


Welcome to the very first episode from the Shiitake Sisters! For our first episode, we share who we are and why we've decided to start our podcast after thinking about it for a year! We even learn our first lessons in podcasting. We wrap up the episode with our very first Shits & Gigs segment where we tell funny stories about us from our loved ones' perspectives! Please follow or subscribe to us on the below platforms. Apple: Shiitake Sisters Spotify: Shiitake sisters Facebook: Shiitake Sisters Instagram: @shiitakesisters Email your submissions to: shiitakesisters@gmail.com

Naked Sunday
Episode 90: Benjamin Drury

Naked Sunday

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 66:38


Welcome back beautiful beings! We've got an awesome conversation with my friend Benjamin Drury. Benjamin is responsible for England fans singing Swing Low at rugby matches. He's been on Dragon's Den with his invention, Lacemups. He's toured writing, directing and performing with theater companies and he's worked with some of the biggest companies on the planet. Benjamin helps to make workplaces awesome. He works with extraordinary forward-thinking leaders to build authentic, purpose-led, people-centered organizations fit for the 22nd Century. In this episode we dive into his entrepreneurial journey, how the strength of his marriage allowed him to growth through challenging times, and how he looks a creating amazing cultures within the professional world. Tons of great insight for both personal and professional development here. Tune in and soak it all in! Until next time… Love. Every. Body. Connect with Benjamin TW: @the_culture_guy Instagram: @The_Culture_Guy LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/benjamindrury Website: https://thecultureguy.co.uk

Ballin with Tyler Todd
Fernando Tatis Jr. Suspension/ Padres are struggling

Ballin with Tyler Todd

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 19:47


Fernando Tatis Jr is making a fool out of himself! Padres are slupping even after acquiring Soto, Bell, Drury and Hader. Listen to find out more.

Smart Talk
What's going on in today's car market and how can one navigate it?

Smart Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 21:57


It's been known that when you leave the lot of a car dealership with a new car, the value of the car depreciates immediately. However, in today's car market the tables have turned in the favor of used car owners. According to the U.S. Department of Labor statistics, used car prices are up nearly 40% from last year. New cars are only up by 12%. Ivan Drury, Edmunds' senior manager of insights, said we have got to this place because of a depletion of inventory and microchips, and COVID-19 protocols on assembly lines. "We are seeing that virtually every single used car and we're talking about one year old, three year old, nine year old cars are up in value," Drury said. "We're just at this point where people can't get what they want and even if you do order a new car today, you're going to have to wait and it might not even be fully equipped in the manner in which your accustomed to because it might be missing a chip or two for certain options." Drury also said in today's car market, it's better to buy a car than to lease one, as lease payments are expensive currently and comparable to the cost of buying a car. Here are some tips that he gave on negotiating: Shop your existing vehicle to as many outlets as possible  Shop around for the best interest rate Be confident Do you research to find out the market rate Research addons for your desired vehicle Look over your purchase contract to learn important common auto terms Compare your trade in value with different outlets Separate your wants from your needs Drury said it's important to find out what the deals are available at dealerships, the published and unpublished ones. "Ask the dealer what are the incentive programs available or go to the automakers website because they publish these incentives," Drury said. "...They adjust these incentive programs every single for sales day of the month. So, be aware. And if you're looking at holidays, this is the one where people think you actually have to buy on that holiday, that's really not the case it's the same incentives throughout the entire month."Support WITF: https://www.witf.org/support/give-now/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Football Cliches - A show about the unique language of football
Caught in three minds, EFL saxaphones and 28 seconds of Drury deliberation

Football Cliches - A show about the unique language of football

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 69:35


The Athletic's Adam Hurrey is joined by Charlie Eccleshare and Nick Miller for the Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this week: Conor Coady breaks the "football club" world record for his Everton unveiling, the harmless but inappropriate theme tune for ITV's EFL highlights, some textbook Peter Drury at Brentford and why goalkeepers' saves are like sausages. Meanwhile, the panel examine whether a player can be caught in more than two minds and enjoy Richard Keys commandeering the Premier League's 30th birthday all for himself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

On Friar, A San Diego Sports Wrap Podcast
Soto is Better Than Advertised, Drury is Better Than We Knew, and The Padres Are Back on Track

On Friar, A San Diego Sports Wrap Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 26:35 Very Popular


We hoped Juan Soto would be great. We have not been disappointed. The slugger has been an on base machine in San Diego, but another trade deadline acquisition might be doing even more damage. On an off-day OnFriar Podcast, the hosts talk about the one moment that might have fixed the Padres offense, and it came not from a fresh face, but from a guy who was already f#*%!ing here.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

IT TECH TALK
Special Guest FRANKIE DRURY

IT TECH TALK

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 26:54


I am so excited for to introduce today's guest Frankie Drury from TikTok also known as DANK 2.0 on TikTok --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Clubhouse Convo’s
69: Huberdeau/Tkachuk Reaction, Soto/Drury/Bell to SD, NYY or HOU as the AL Favorite?

Clubhouse Convo’s

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 50:42


Episode 69 of Clubhouse Convos is brought to you by Connor and Evan. On today's show, the boys review NHL Free Agency thus far, including reactions from several transactions, including the Johnny Gaudreau, Darcy Kuemper, and Claude Giroux signings. Next, the guys discuss the blockbuster trade that we saw between the Calgary Flames and Florida Panthers that sent Matthew Tkachuk to Florida and Jonathan Huberdeau + MacKenzie Weegar, and more to Calgary. Lastly, the gents discuss the MLB Trade Deadline and react to the major moves on deadline today including Juan Soto landing in San Diego. Nothing like an episode breaking down a busy deadline day. We really hope you enjoyed Episode 69 and we will see you on the other side in Episode 70!

ESPN FC
Caught Offside: EPL Preview Part 2 - Peter Drury, mailbag & predictions

ESPN FC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 87:10 Very Popular


In Part 2 of our EPL preview, we're joined by the new voice of the Premier League for NBC, the one and only Peter Drury (51:12)! Plus, we answer your questions in a special extended mailbag (5:21) and we make our ironclad, must-be-believed predictions for the season (1:15:39). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Caught Offside
Caught Offside: EPL Preview Part 2 - Peter Drury, mailbag & predictions

Caught Offside

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 87:10 Very Popular


In Part 2 of our EPL preview, we're joined by the new voice of the Premier League for NBC, the one and only Peter Drury (51:12)! Plus, we answer your questions in a special extended mailbag (5:21) and we make our ironclad, must-be-believed predictions for the season (1:15:39). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Around the Horn
The Post-Deadline Padres

Around the Horn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 26:15


Tony Reali and the national panel discuss Brittney Griner being sentenced to 9 years in prison by the Russian court, Drury and Soto's first games on the Padres, the NFL appealing the ruling that Deshaun Watson should be suspended for 6 games and Paige Bueckers to miss the '22-23 season after tearing an ACL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Soccer Every Day
Peter Drury: NBC's new voice of the Premier League, Americans at Leeds + fans of new and old

Soccer Every Day

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 32:37 Very Popular


On the first episode of Copa, Felipe Cardenas is joined by the new voice of NBC's Premier Coverage, Peter Drury. What are the expectations heading into the 2022-23 season? Is there an American movement at Leeds United? And, Peter answers Felipe's spot-kick questions, including... Haaland or Kane? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sojourn New Albany Podcast
July 31, 2022 - Lisle Drury - Proverbs 3:5-6

Sojourn New Albany Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 42:32


Pastor Lisle Drury from Sojourn J-Town preached from Proverbs 3:5-6. We learned that life with God is a life of growing trust.” Lector: Kristen McGee

Mindfulbiz
Hannah Drury founder behind successful Australian candle business Burchgrove Home

Mindfulbiz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 23:12


Hannah Drury launched her first brand, Peppermint Grove, in 2014 from her Sydney home. In just 8 years the business has grown to become a global home fragrance empire that has made $40 million in retail sales this year and sells more than 100,000 products every month with a team of 90 staff members.  Join us in this fabulous Mindfulbiz Podcast episode where we talk about Hannah's business journey, from retail to digital and global expansion. www.relauncher.com.au www.instagram.com/relauncher_alison

Second Amendment Radio
You can bow fish in the Meramec

Second Amendment Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 40:08


Welcome to 2nd Amendment Radio & the Great Outdoors with Marc Cox & Bo Matthews – as always we are produced by Carl Middleman (Pew Pew)! This week the boys talk with Jessica Cagle, Office Manager at Brookdale Farms, about their balloon glow, Saturday, July 30, 2022. For reservations & more info: https://www.brookdalefarmsinc.com/balloon-glow Then Tim Kjellesvik from Drury outdoors about summer fishing & hunting. Plus it was an interesting week for #2a!

The ROGUE Tailboard Podcast
Special guest Daniel Drury

The ROGUE Tailboard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 64:54


We really dive into the topics of embracing what FOR THEM is truly about, public trust and perception, and what we as a fire service can do to embrace and welcome this ideology into our firehouse.

Princeton Theological Seminary
Wendy Puffer and Amanda Drury | The Forum on Youth Ministry

Princeton Theological Seminary

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 48:55


May 5, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry, The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture Lecture: “Under Construction” Lecturers: Wendy Puffer, owner and chief design officer, Marion Design Co. Amanda Drury, professor, Indiana Wesleyan University Learn more about the Institute for Youth Ministry at https://iym.ptsem.edu/.

Under Review with Greg & Steven
RR62: Forecheck, backcheck, Trocheck! Drury gets his man in free agency

Under Review with Greg & Steven

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 69:50


Steven & Tyler discuss the free agency acquisitions and recap prospect camp.

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants
SF Giants lose heartbreaker to Brewers; are they interested in Brandon Drury?

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 29:02


Really tough loss for the San Francisco Giants last night. The game was within their grasp, but Darin Ruf flew out to the warning track in a bases-loaded situation late, and Camilo Doval surrendered a two-out, two-strike swinging bunt hit that drove in what proved to be the winning run. The SF Giants just haven't been able to consistently win this type of game, and they fall back to 45-43. If the Giants had won, they would've moved back into a tie for the NL's final wild card spot. So it goes for the Giants this season. One major theme this year has been that the veterans haven't really done as much as they would like. That includes Tommy La Stella and Evan Longoria, who are currently on the injured list. Are the Giants a better team without them? It's a complicated question and a complicated answer, because adding them back to the roster would mean sending down a couple of players like potentially Yermín Mercedes and David Villar. Luis González is also a candidate to be optioned if the Giants decide to re-add Longoria and/or La Stella. Trading one or both seems like a real possibility at this point, although La Stella probably has almost no trade value. Are the Giants interested in Brandon Drury? Andy Martino of SNY reported on Wednesday that the Giants and Dodgers were showing the most interest in the veteran infielder, who's enjoying a semi-breakout campaign with the Reds. Drury makes sense for the Giants as a versatile player who's having a strong offensive season. That being said, he's not really a star player, more of a complimentary player capable of exceeding expectations, as he has done so far this year. But it was hard enough to figure out how the Giants would add Longoria and La Stella back to the roster; how would they add those two in addition to another veteran like Drury? Is that what's best for this team that probably needs to look for future pieces and think about getting younger? Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:

Pucks & Brews
Pucks & Brews Episode 23: Best Free Agency Ever

Pucks & Brews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 75:41


On this episode of Pucks & Brews, Mike is joined by Liam Gotimer to discuss the highlights of the 2022 NHL Draft, Juraj Slafkovsky getting picked first overall, Seattle lucking into drafting Shane Wright, Shane Wright giving a death stare for the ages to the Montreal Canadiens, the Chicago Blackhawks going from 0 to 3 first round draft picks, the double trade involving the Canadiens that sent Alexander Romanov to the Islanders and Kirby Dach to the Canadiens, this being an all time NHL names, the Vancouver Canucks picking yet another Elias Petterson, Maverick Lamerioux's parents tongue kiss and the subsequent response by Kevin Weekes and the rest of the draft studio panel, and an appearance by wrestler Kevin Owens, some minor free agency signings, Johnny Gaudreau signing with the Blue Jackets, the decision behind that and where that leaves them heading into next season, the Ottawa Senators signing Claude Giroux, trading for Alex Debrincat, how much they improved this offseason, the high end prospects they currently have, how improved their organizational moves look compared to years past, and a breaking piece of news of Josh Norris's long term contract extension, how the Red Wings low key had a very good day of free agency, how they're progressing in their rebuild, the good crop of prospects they also currently have, and how Steve Yzerman seemingly doesn't miss as a GM, the Carolina Hurricanes trading away Tony DeAngelo and acquiring Brent Burns in separate trades, literally getting Max Pacioretty for free from the Vegas Golden Knights, and how they arguably improved from this past season, the Capitals signing Darcy Kuemper, trading for Connor Brown, and the unfortunate spot of having to short term replace Nicklas Backstrom, and how we still think they need to make a move, the New York Rangers signing Vincent Trocheck and how his contract can potentially be a bargain, getting out of Patrick Nemeth's contract, and some questionable moves Drury has made as Rangers gm so far, some teams who didn't really do anything in free agency, as well as losers in free agency, and much more! Enjoy! Recorded Thursday July 15th, 2022 Follow us on our social medias: Twitter- @Pucksandbrews @MikeShades @wojtweets Instagram- @pucksandbrewspod @m.j.sparacino @bwojno9 Facebook page- @PucksandBrews 0:00 Intro 3:25 Highlights from the 2022 NHL Draft 12:50 Mini free agency tangent 15:20 Johnny Hockey Signs with the Blue Jackets 19:58 Ottawa Senators are coming 28:30 Red Wings 36:30 Carolina Hurricanes 42:33 Washington Capitals 46:21 New York Rangers 57:04 Middling teams/losers of free agency 1:11:50 Final thoughts/Outro Listen to Pucks & Brews on: Anchor Itunes YouTube Spotify Google Podcasts Breaker Radio Public

Canes Corner Podcast
Down on the farm

Canes Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 50:57


Let's take a glimpse into the (near) future for the Carolina Hurricanes. A chat with Jack Drury, who should man one of the center spots this season. Then we'll take a glance at the best prospects in the system with longtime hockey scout Mark Seidel. What is Drury's ceiling? How good are the goalies? Who else might be options for this year and beyond? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Idaho Speaks
David Worley Interviews Bill Drury Running for Idaho State Senate in District 27

Idaho Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 51:04


Bill introduces himself to the Idaho Speak audience and talks about why he is running for office.  David and Bill discuss school choice, growth of government, property taxes, the ongoing vaccine mandates, and Bill's philosophy on government.To learn more about Bill and his campaign, please visit druryforidaho.com.Today's episode will brought to you by Zenith Exhibits.  Having built over 2,400 websites for businesses throughout the United States, Ed at Zenith Exhibits understands how people search for your business.  To learn more visit zenithexhibits.com or call (208) 209-7170.

The Colporteur: Log College Audio
Moses Drury Hoge - Portraitures of Four Pastors (1892)

The Colporteur: Log College Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 27:39


Moses Drury Hoge - Portraitures of Four Pastors (1892) . . . Moses Drury Hoge (1818-1899) delivered this biographical address on the eightieth anniversary of First Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Virginia, discussing briefly the lives of John Holt Rice, William Jessup Armstrong, William Swan Plumer, and Thomas Verner Moore. 

Schopp and Bulldog
SBD - 15 years since Briere and Drury left

Schopp and Bulldog

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 44:20


Hour 1: Schopp, Sneaky Joe, and Paul Hamilton look back at July 1st, 2007, when the Sabres lost Chris Drury and Danny Briere.

Tim Graham Show
TGAF: Bills stadium, Drury-Briere, Big Ten explosion

Tim Graham Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 75:10


"Tim Graham And Friends" brought to you by CTBK knocks around a few topics such as the new Bills stadium, the worst NFL offseason, Drury-Briere departure anniversary and the exploding Big Ten.

Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast
Bryan Reynolds for Three! Ranking Kirilloff & Strange Stats (6/30 Fantasy Baseball Podcast)

Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 64:15 Very Popular


Bryan Reynolds for three (1:00)! ... Is it time to drop Eric Lauer (5:40)? ... How does Alex Kirilloff rank among the hot corner infield adds (9:40)? ... What about these other waiver wire hitters (12:40)? ... How can we replace Jazz Chisholm (16:18)? ... Let's take a look at some strange stats, starting with Juan Soto (20:45). ... What about Castellanos, Drury and Pivetta (31:25)? ... News and notes (43:12): Yordan Alvarez had a nasty collision with Jeremy Peña. ... Jake Cronenworth and Rhys Hoskins had huge Junes (46:48). ... Time to add these two-start pitchers (48:27)? ... We wrap up with leftovers, bullpens and streamers (51:05). Fantasy Baseball Today' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Get 20% off Fantasy Baseball Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/fantasy-baseball-today?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=fantasy-baseball-collection Follow our FBT team on Twitter: @FBTPod, @CTowersCBS, @CBSScottWhite, @Roto_Frank Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fantasybaseballtoday Sign up for the FBT Newsletter at https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/fantasy-baseball-today/ For more fantasy baseball coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/baseball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/FantasyBaseballToday You can listen to Fantasy Baseball Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Best of the Adam Gold Show
Free Agency Begins and Chicago Wolves Jack Drury

The Best of the Adam Gold Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 38:51


Unfortunate news broke out about Miles Bridges, the rising star of the Charlotte Hornets and now this could affect not only himself, but the Hornets in free agency. Other news involving free agency has been circulating around the league as well. Also, Jack Drury of the Chicago Wolves and the 42nd overall pick by the Carolina Hurricanes in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft joins the show to discuss the team's win in the Calder Cup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Scooter & The Big Man
Episode 101: Bringing Alvarez Home To Mom & Dad ft. Brutal Astros Series + Potential Trade Deadline Acquisitions

Scooter & The Big Man

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 59:00


Pat and PJ Episode and we're coming out of the gates firing. The Mets are still the best team in the NL sitting at 47-29. We recap the good Marlins series and bad Astros series. We talk about the ever present question: Should the Mets call up Francisco Alvarez? A weird hypothetical gets thrown out, listen to find out what it was. A new twist on the Philly Cheesesteak bet gets thrown in and we toss out our Trade Deadline targets. Without further adieu, Let's Get It Started!!!

Blueshirts Breakaway
EP 345 - Is Panarin Asking Out? No. & Draft/Prospect Updates with Drew Way

Blueshirts Breakaway

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 70:16 Very Popular


This week the guys recap a wild weekend in NY sports, Drury being unhappy with Panarin's playoffs, if he's asking out and explaining what was going on throughout the playoff run Then resident prospect expert Drew Way joins the Breakaway to discuss upcoming draft targets, players in the development system and more

The Professional Failure Podcast
EP 034: Jacob McLauchlin | Dentist Over Doctor, Going Into College Without a Plan, The Life-Changing Mentorship of a Father-in-Law, and Replacing a Roof With No Experience

The Professional Failure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 33:59


Story of failure: My pinewood derby car being dropped and losing.Jacob McLauchlin is a dentist, family man, and golfer extraordinaire. He grew up in Nixa, MO (same city as Jason Bourne) and currently owns Mac Dental. He's a father of four and a husband to an amazing wife! In today's episode, Jacob (Jake) talks about:married his high school sweetheartwent on to dental school and came back home to Nixastory of why he chose dentistry over being a doctorasking friends about the path for his life and why he should check out dentistrywhy he wanted to own and operate a business but have the quality of life he wantedwhy he doesn't have a weird fascination with mouths but it was an opportunity for his familygoing into college without mentorshiphow his failure of not going into college with a plan turned into successhow his father-in-law has been his greatest mentor and has left a legacywords of blessing and encouragementthe life-changing mentorship of Bobspending periods of time in his life of getting misinformation of what a mentor isa network of mentorshipbeing vulnerable and quick to share with trusted mentors after messing up is importanthow he's a huge fan of continuing education and not trying to reinvent the wheelhow reading is such an important part of his life and continuing educationa great book, podcast, or share from a friends can have a big impactstory of failure of 2009 when his wife Janae and him tried to replace a roof with a crew of their own friendshow he learned to do it right the first time around with the right personhow he works through discouragement with grit and fight but not wallowhow his network of men don't let him stay in discouragementwhy diving into the investment property world can be intimidatingwhy he invests his resources and his futurewhy he looks forward to laughing at himselfhow Matt Chandler has been a mentor for him even thought he's never met himwhy making it can make us arrogant and why he likes looking back five years and laughing at himselfthe rising tidepickle ball failure :)--------www.macdental.comwww.matrimonyeveryday.com--------Follow me here: Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn | Facebookwww.professional-failure.com

Fresh Text
Psalm 77 with Amanda Drury

Fresh Text

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 47:26


John Drury and Amanda Drury discuss this week's text: Psalm 77 Click here to support the show! (https://www.patreon.com/FreshText)

Locked On Reds - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Reds
Cincinnati Reds All Star hopefuls and the wounded Milwaukee Brewers come to Cincy

Locked On Reds - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Reds

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 36:32


The Cincinnati Reds have multiple players who could head to Los Angeles for the All Star game, but Brandon Drury leads them. Jeff and Steve talk about why Drury deserves the nod and who else could join him from the Reds. Drury's good play to start this season cannot be misconstrued, though, and the Reds should take advantage and sell high by trading Drury like they did Dan Straily for Luis Castillo, years ago. There's an unlikely Red who should get All Star consideration and someone you may disagree with. Also, the Milwaukee Brewers head to Cincinnati battered and beaten and the Reds need to take advantage and win two-of-three this weekend. *SUBSCRIBE* on YouTube and *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app and on Twitter and Instagram @lockedonreds Also follow @jefffcarr and @soffenbaker on Twitter Call or text (513) 549-0159 Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKED ON SPORTS listeners get $50 off purchases of $500 or more using code LOCKEDON. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/MLBNETWORK  Sports Card Investor Download the Sports Card Investor App today and easily browse over 630K cards from every sport, with hundreds more added each week . Available for free in the Google Play and Apple App stores  or go to sportscardinvestor.com/lockedon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Working Class Bowhunter
EP 31 | Taylor Drury - Working Class On DeerCast

Working Class Bowhunter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 42:12 Very Popular


Working Class On DeerCast  This week Taylor Drury joins the podcast! Taylor talks with Curt about growing up in the Drury family, her immediate interest in the outdoors, what she would be doing in life if it wasn't for hunting, and her newfound love of chasing elk! Enjoy! To find more on this series and Working Class Bowhunter in general check out these links: https://www.workingclassbowhunter.com/ https://www.facebook.com/WorkingClassBowhunter https://www.instagram.com/workingclassbowhunter/ https://open.spotify.com/show/3O6nLkcnzCmSX0A4O9GUOw  

The Daily Still Podcast - Guided Christian Meditations and Devotions
Grieving a Tragedy - Psalm 57 - Pondering The Psalms

The Daily Still Podcast - Guided Christian Meditations and Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 11:51


Today we offer a meditation on Grieving a Tragedy. Here in the United States, we have recently experienced the pain and trauma of gun violence in an elementary school in Texas, a grocery store in New York, and a church in California.   We can become desensitized and unable to process so much tragic news. Often words alone seem inadequate. We need silence in the presence of a Holy God.   So today we make space to grieve and mourn for those who are mourning. We make space to get in touch with our own feelings and emotions. And we make space to consider how God is calling us to action and to show compassion to those hurting.   We'll be meditating on a prayer from Psalm 57, TPT. We invite you to prepare a quiet place for this time of meditation. Perhaps light a candle. Don't rush or hurry this time. Linger as long as you need to process your feelings.    Have mercy on me, O God…for in you my soul takes refuge. I will take refuge in the shadow of your wings. Psalm 57:1 NLT   These are the 19 children and 2 teachers whose lives were taken at Robb Elementary School mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas: Alexandria Aniyah Rubio, 10 Amerie Jo Garza, 10 Tess Marie Mata, 10 Jose Flores, 10 Miranda Mathis, 11 Maite Rodriguez, 10 Makenna Lee Elrod, 10 Xavier Lopez, 10 Eliana Garcia, 9 Layla Salazar, 10 Eliahana Cruz Torres, 10 Alithia Ramierz, 10 Jackie Cazares, 10 Annabelle Rodriguez, 10 Jailah Silguero, 10 Jayce Luevanos, 10 Uziyah Garcia, 9 Nevaeh Bravo, 10 Rojelio Torres, 10 Eva Mireles, 44 Irma Garcia, 46   California Church  Dr. John Cheng, 52   These are the names of the lives taken in the Buffalo, New York Grocery Store mass shooting: Roberta A, Drury, 32 Margus D. Morrison, 52 Andre Mackneil, 53 Aaron Salter, 55 Geraldine Talley, 62 Celestine Chaney, 65 Heyward Patterson, 67 Katherine Massey, 72 Pearl Young, 77 Ruth Whitfield, 86

Real Crime Profile
#376: BONUS: The Shooting in Buffalo, New York

Real Crime Profile

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 22:11


We are saddened and angered at yet another shooting in America. This one a targeted attack against Black people. How do we stop this endless, seemingly predictable, cycle of mass shootings? Are there new answers to these old questions? Join us.Remembering those murdered and also those injured:#HerNameWasRobertaA.Drury of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 32#HisNameWasMargusD.Morrison of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 52#HisNameWasAndre Mackneil of Auburn, N.Y. – age 53 #HisNameWasAaronSalter of Lockport, N.Y. – age 55#HerNameWasGeraldineTalley of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 62#HerNameWasCelestineChaney of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 65#HisNameWasHeywardPatterson of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 67 #HerNameWasKatherineMassey of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 72#HerNameWasPearlYoung of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 77#HerNameWasRuthWhitfield of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 86#HisNameIsZaireGoodman of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 20 (treated and released from ECMC)#HerNameIsJenniferWarrington of Tonawanda, N.Y. – age 50 (treated and released from ECMC)#HisNameIsChristopherBraden of Lackawanna, N.Y. – age 55See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Juicebox Podcast: Type 1 Diabetes
#682 Charlotte Drury

Juicebox Podcast: Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 101:54 Very Popular


Yea, that Charlotte Drury. The one who got type 1 diabetes a month before her Olympic trials.  Show notes for people who are Bold with Insulin Get your supplies from US MED with the link or 888-721-1514 Learn about the Dexcom CGM You may be eligible for a free 30 day supply of the Omnipod DASH  Get Gvoke Glucagon  Learn about Touched By Type 1 CONTOUR NEXT ONE smart meter and CONTOUR DIABETES app Tak the T1DExchange survey A full list of our sponsors  How to listen, disclaimer and more Apple Podcasts> Subscribe to the podcast today! The podcast is available on Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadioRadio Public, Amazon Music and all Android devices The show is now available as an Alexa skill. My type 1 diabetes parenting blog Arden's Day Listen to the Juicebox Podcast online Read my award winning memoir: Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal: Confessions of a Stay-At-Home Dad The Juicebox Podcast is a free show, but if you'd like to support the podcast directly, you can make a gift here or buy me a coffee. Thank you! Follow Scott on Social Media @ArdensDay @JuiceboxPodcast Disclaimer - Nothing you hear on the Juicebox Podcast or read on Arden's Day is intended as medical advice. You should always consult a physician before making changes to your health plan.  If the podcast has helped you to live better with type 1 please tell someone else how to find the show and consider leaving a rating and review on iTunes. Thank you! Arden's Day and The Juicebox Podcast are not charitable organizations.