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Eagle's Eye View: Your Weekly CV Update From ACC.org
Eagle's Eye View: Your Weekly CV Update from ACC.org (Week of June 20)

Eagle's Eye View: Your Weekly CV Update From ACC.org

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 8:40


In this week's View, Dr. Eagle discusses rivaroxaban monotherapy vs combination therapy with antiplatelets on total thrombotic and bleeding events in atrial fibrillation with stable coronary artery disease, then looks at pre-operative atrial fibrillation and cardiovascular outcomes after non-cardiac surgery. Finally, Dr. Eagle explores a cohort study of claims databases that analyzes the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis after the COVID-19 mRNA vaccination in the USA.

Lessons From The Cockpit
Triple MiG Killer Colonel 'Rico' Rodriguez

Lessons From The Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 103:57


Welcome to another episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit show! An opening line in the new TOPGUN Maverick movie is so appropriate for this episode. Our lessons learned discussion is with MiG Killer US Air Force retired Colonel Cesar "Rico" Rodriguez, an A-10 Hawg and F-15 Eagle pilot who DOES have three MiG kills in forty years. Rico tells the story of his two kills during Desert Storm in 1991 and the opening night of Allied Force over Kosovo in 1999. He also shares lessons learned from working sixteen years in the defense industry with one of the largest defense companies in the world.   This episode is sponsored by Wall Pilot, custom aviation art for the walls of your home, office, or hanger. Rico's Desert Storm 58th Tac Fighter Squadron Gorillas double MiG Killer F-15C and the the 493rd Fighter Squadron Grim Reapers F-15C he flew on the opening night of Allied Force are available for listeners to purchase in four, six, or eight-foot prints that peel off and can be stuck to any flat surface.   This is a link to the AIM-7 Sparrow missile picture Rico and I discuss in the episode... the missile is about to impact the cockpit of an Iraqi MiG-29 Fulcrum shot by Rico's wingman Capt Craig "Mole" Underhill.   Here is a link to Rico telling his story on YouTube and the History Channel.   Please share this and previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast with your friends and family, found on the Mark Hasara website under the Podcast pull down.   Thanks for listening and look forward to another episode next week.

Pretty Cool Podcast
Episode #27- The Boys Are Drinking In Eagle Grove

Pretty Cool Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 23:41


Before the show in Eagle Grove, the boys discuss the blowback from their gas station debate, cease and desist letters, show recaps, opening for Breland and wearing hats on stage.

Catfish Weekly/Panfish Weekly Podcast Station
Catfish Weekly 432 Favorite Catfish Recipes

Catfish Weekly/Panfish Weekly Podcast Station

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 61:55


Tonight Lyle and Chad go over there favorite ways of cooking and perpairing their catch. Be sure to tune in at 7 Central on our YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/c/CatfishWeek... for all of the ideas from the guys and chat! Be sure to Like, share and subscribe, we also have a few give aways. Hey everyone, if you want to help out the Catfish Weekly channel, here is our PayPal link Donations appreciated paypal.me/catfishweekly Contact us at catfishweeklytv@gmail.com Lyle's tackle & equpitment DriftMaster Rod Holders, simply the best, PERIOD Suffix 832 braaid line. Patriot Custom Floats Eagle Claw L197 7/0 and 8/0 hooks Eagle Claw 2022 10/0 hookss Gama Big River 10/0 hooks Abu 6500 LC reels D&L Custom Livewell Blackhorse Rods Pro Drift Bumping rods 7'6” Blackhorse Rods channel cat edition rods, 7'6” 12-25 line class, graphite 1-4 ounce weight, medium heavy action, medium power, Blackhorse Rods drifting/dragging rods, 7'6” 40/60 line class graphite, 2-6 ounce weight, medium heavy action, heavy power Blackhorse drifting/dragging rods, 7'6” & 8” 30/60 line class Eglass heavy action, Xheavy power Tracker Marine Tundra boat with a 125 Mercury motor Chads Equiptment Uncle Lou's rods https://www.facebook.com/uncleloustac... Big Cat Fever Rods Chubby fish terminal tackle (chubby knockers, barrel swivels, quick clips) https://www.facebook.com/chubbyfishou... Reel em up dragging sinkers https://www.facebook.com/REELEMUPLLC/Total weight sinkers https://www.facebook.com/TidalWeightS... Mustad 10/0 perfect demon circle hooks Eagle claw 197 8/0 circle hooks Abu Garcia 6500 & 7000 reels Chadwick Fields Ande monster line https://andemonofilament.com/products... --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lyle-stokes/support

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Dan looks at draft prospects for the Pacers in Thursday's NBA Draft, Chris Holtmann talks on the draft profile of Malaki Branham and EJ Liddell, Dan celebrates Andrean baseball winning the Class 3A State Title over Brebeuf

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 142:17


(0:00-24:58) – Dan joins the program by congratulating Andrean baseball for winning the Class 3A state title over Brebeuf. Additionally, Dan gives his best to all the Dad's out there and hopes they had a great Father's Day Weekend. Plus, we look back at Matt Fitzpatrick's win at the US Open. Later, Dan plays some audio on potential draft prospects for the Pacers and shares who he wants the Pacers to take on Thursday.      (24:59-40:34) – Dan looks at the ongoing Deshaun Watson scandal and what the NFL may do in terms of a suspension. (40:35-47:55) – Hour number one ends with Dan interacting with the YouTube Chat and looking ahead to Thursday's NBA Draft.  (40:36-1:07:13) – The Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor joins the show live from Anthony Calhoun's golf outing but for some reason isn't playing golf…he explains why not. Plus, Dan asks Matt who he would put in the Colts Ring of Honor which leads to a conversation about the career of former Colts tight end Jack Doyle.    (1:07:14-1:26:23) – Dan brings us back from break by looking back again at Andrean's win over Brebeuf in the Class 3A Baseball State Championship at Victory Field. Plus, Dan shares a delicious sandwich that he had over the weekend at The Eagle. Plus, we talk more on the NBA Draft and what the Pacers should do at 6.          (1:26:24-1:36:25) – We discuss Colts Ring of Honor and worthy candidates to end the second hour of the show.    (1:36:26-1:56:46) – The head coach of Ohio State basketball Chris Holtmann joins the program to update us on how the Summer has gone for the Buckeyes. Plus, with the NBA Draft just a few days away we get the breakdown of former Buckeyes Malaki Branham and EJ Liddell and what teams will be getting should they draft either one of them. (1:56:47-2:13:14) – We're back from break discussing what the Indiana Pacers should do in the NBA Draft and if there are moves they could make that make them a playoff team next year. (2:13:15-2:22:07) - Monday's show ends with Dan sharing the result from the Horseshoe Indianapolis Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Also, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for the JCook Plays of the Day and later we give selections for Game 6 of the NBA Finals. Plus, Dan reminds listeners about A Night in The Fan Cave on Wednesday and his golf outing that honors his father, Tom Dakich, next month. Later, Dan gives an update on his bikes program Dakich Cycles for the City and asks for listeners to help out the cause.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Josh's Worst Nightmare
The Male Reproductive System (with Tim Eagle)

Josh's Worst Nightmare

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 35:14


On episode #37 of Josh's Worst Nightmare Oddcast, host Josh Schlossberg gets ballsy with Tim Eagle, author of STOLEN SEED, to dissect the male reproductive system.  

The Hutch Post Podcast
Eagle Media Sports for Monday Morning, June 20th, 2022

The Hutch Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 4:37


My Aggie Nation Podcast
CWS PREVIEW: Tyler Horka sets the stage for Texas A&M's CWS bout with Notre Dame

My Aggie Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 7:25


The Eagle's Travis L. Brown and Tyler Horka from Blue and Gold Illustrated discuss what each team brings to Tuesday's College World Series elimination matchup between the Aggies and the Fighting Irish.  Support the show: https://www.theeagle.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Infinite Life with Katische Haberfield
The gift of spiritual laughter: Myles gets advice from Archangel Michael

The Infinite Life with Katische Haberfield

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 61:07


Myles travels to visit his spiritual guides to find answers to his longing for astral travel and further understanding of his spiritual mission on Earth. He visits with Archangel Michael and the Eagle to learn of his mission. Myles Jones https://www.tiktok.com/@givejoy2day (Myles's Website)

Eagle Christian Church
Fishing for Men

Eagle Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 28:42


Jakob King tells the story of the call of Peter, following a miraculous catch of fish, and how we can make sure that our internal change is reflected in our external reality.

BETTER with Mark Brand
Sarah Eagle Heart - TRUTH TO POWER

BETTER with Mark Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 66:16


Sarah Eagle Heart is an Emmy-Award Winning Social Justice Storyteller and—in all seriousness—a true Social Justice Warrior. She's the co-CEO of Return to the Heart Foundation, which, if we pause right there to experience the name alone, we feel the power, the empowerment, the justice, the heart, the truth.As the co-CEO of Return to the Heart Foundation, Sarah works tirelessly to enable and empower the very necessary visibility of Indigenous womxn. I've looked up to Sarah Eagle Heart and her work for many years now, making it a deep honor to have her here with us today.In our conversation, you'll hear her begin with a greeting that reverberates past your ears, beyond your mind, and into your body's knowing of where we come from as people—historically, ancestrally, culturally, environmentally, spiritually. Sarah's traditions carry a reverence for truth that, when heard with the ear of your nervous system, injects itself into the very bones of our being— easily and quickly. Making it so much more simple for us to disperse truth from lie—be it lies of capitalism, lies of racism, lies of a lack, and the list goes on as long as the trail of tears.  Longer, even. Returning to truth is sacred work. Amplifying that truth, those stories, those peoples, so that we can return to a real care for our planet, our community, ourselves….. THAT is the sacred work we'll hear about today from Sarah Eagle Heart. This is a very special episode. And it's an honor to have you listening with us today. WORKS: - Emmy-Award Winning producer of Crow: the Legend, inspired by the Native American legend - co-CEO of Return to the Heart Foundation - Co-author of “Warrior Princesses Strike Back: How Lakota Twins Fight Oppression and Heal through Connectedness,” written with her identical twin sister and psychotherapist, Emma Eagle Heart–White  - Co-producer, “Lakota Nation vs. the United States,” a feature-length documentary chronicling the Lakota People's present-day quest to reclaim the sacred land called Black Hills - former, CEO of Native Americans in Philanthropy, a national nonprofit that focuses on investment in Native American communities - Board Member, Women's March - Board Member, National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition - Board Member, We Stand United Tools You'll Get from This Episode: - Tools to address the root causes of racism - The importance of acknowledging Indigenous history and how honoring this history leads to the changes we need - Wisdom behind the importance of acknowledging the land you live on - How to transfer TALK into ACTION - Steps to decolonize your life and decolonize your work - Understandings that enable us to lean into conflicting history, become comfortable sitting in discomfort, fear, and truth to enable safety for people who have had to live without safety for centuries LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT: BETTER is recorded on the unceded and ancestral territory of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh speaking peoples, the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, and has been stewarded by them since time immemorial. BETTER with Mark Brand is produced by Pamela Rothenberg of I HEAR YOU STUDIOS and Adam Karch with Orbyt Media

Light Hearted
Light Hearted ep 178 – Craig Wilson, Old Mackinac Point, MI; Karen Hintz, Eagle Harbor, MI

Light Hearted

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 57:37


There are two interviews related to Michigan lighthouses in this episode, plus a special "Be a Lighthouse" segment for Father's Day, with co-host Sarah MacHugh interviewing her father about his company, Adaptive Design Hudson River. Old Mackinac Point Light Station, Michigan. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont. The Straits of Mackinac, which connect Lake Michigan and Lake Huron and also mark the dividing line between Michigan's Upper and Lower peninsulas, were treacherous for mariners. The first lighthouse in the area was established in 1829. Mackinac Point, at the northern tip of Michigan's Lower Peninsula, was given a fog signal in 1890. A 50-foot-tall lighthouse was added to the station in 1892, built of cream city brick and attached to the keepers' house. Craig Wilson The construction of the Mackinac Bridge in 1957 rendered the lighthouse obsolete. The lighthouse property was purchased by the Mackinac Island State Park Commission in 1960, and it was incorporated into a state park. Today, the light station is open to the public from late spring to fall, with a maritime museum in the keepers' house. Craig Wilson is the chief curator for Mackinac State Historic Parks. Eagle Harbor Light Station, Michigan. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont. Eagle Harbor Light is one of several light stations that guide mariners on Lake Superior across the northern edge of the Keweenaw Peninsula. The original lighthouse, built in 1851, was replaced in 1871 by the present red brick structure. In 1999, Congress transferred ownership of the Eagle Harbor Light Station to the Keweenaw County Historical Society. The U.S. Coast Guard continues to operate the light at the top of the tower as an active navigational aid. Karen Hintz Karen Hintz is the vice president of the Keweenaw County Historical Society.

Eagle Eye News On Demand
(AUDIO): Boone Electric general manager Todd Culley appears on 939 the Eagle's "CEO Round Table"

Eagle Eye News On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 45:02


Boone Electric Cooperative general manager Todd Culley tells 939 the Eagle News that construction on their $27-million headquarter project should be done by September and that he's hoping to have employees moved in by November. Mr. Culley joined host Fred Parry in-studio Saturday on 939 the Eagle's "CEO Round Table," telling listeners an open house will take place at a later date. Culley also emphasizes that Columbia-based Coil Construction is managing the massive project, and that 99 percent of the vendors are from Columbia/Boone County:

Bird Podcast
Episode 42: Birds in myth and legend. Part 4 of 4

Bird Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 7:25


How to bird watch: Part 4. Last Part In which the author loops in some history and fables and talks about her habitat. Birds are the stuff of myth and legend in every culture. Some of the most beautiful poetic images come from birds. My father, an English professor, loved the Romantic poets: Keats, Shelley, and Wordsworth, who lived in the Yorkshire moors in close proximity to nature and wrote lyrical poems about what they saw. John Keats' "Ode to a Nightingale," is one of his favorites. I have read the poem, but I don't really understand it. What speaks to me is Maya Angelou's "I know why the caged bird sings." The eagle is a singular image in Allama Iqbal's poetry. Iqbal reveres the eagle because it proudly disdains eating dead prey or anything other than what it has caught. As Mustansir Mir says in the website, allamaiqbal.com, this description might apply to a hawk rather than an eagle. Iqbal gets a number of bird facts wrong, but as this website points out, the eagle, for him, is a poetic construct. My favorite Urdu poem is a children's song sung by Nuzhat Abbas: “Bulbul ka bacchha. Khatha tha khichdi.” I used to listen to this ad nauseam years ago, and was delighted to discover it on YouTube recently. Sanskrit literature's most resonant bird image has to do with the Hamsa, which can separate milk and water that are mixed together in a bowl. The Hamsa is used as a reference in poetry for anyone that has the discrimination (or judgement) to simply suck up the milk and leave out the water. Then there was the practice of divination based on the movement of birds that was common to most primitive cultures. When the crows caw, my grandmother used to say, you will have unexpected guests: divining arrivals from the sound of a crow's caw. As K.N.Dave's magisterial (and sadly, posthumously published) book, "Birds in Sanskrit Literature," says, superstition surrounds the magpie, not only in India, but also in Europe and England. My tangential interest with respect to bird-watching has been to delve into poetry, but it could be something else for another birdwatcher. This ripple effect is a perk that comes from any deep dive into a hobby or passion; and clearly, I am pushing bird watching as an option. Everyone says that bird-watching requires patience. I don't think so. I think that the pleasure of bird watching comes from the questions you ask. You can watch a crow and try to figure out why it is cawing at that moment. You can listen to the variety of calls that a common mynah makes and try to see if there is a pattern. I watch the birds come and go in the trees in front of my home and see if there is a reason or pattern that they follow when they sit down and take off. I watch the way the parakeets spread their tail feathers just before landing and see the different shades of green. Most interesting of all are the birds that are sitting still. What are they doing? What are they thinking? Does their call predict something? Is the wind changing? Does that define when they take off and land? Bird watching for me is an engrossing and pleasurable hobby. It gives me great aesthetic joy to watch these most beautiful of God's creations. Then again, I see a butterfly and think it beautiful too. Oh, but there is the dragonfly with its transparent wings; and the honeybee that gives up its life for its colony. All waiting to connect with us.

The Hutch Post Podcast
Eagle Media Sports for Friday Morning, June 17th, 2022

The Hutch Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 5:10


THE EAGLE: A Times Union Podcast
The Mountain Lion and the Elephant

THE EAGLE: A Times Union Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 28:11


Atypical animal news continues to feed Capital Region headlines, with an alleged mountain lion sighting and a high court ruling denying the “personhood” of an elephant. On this episode of “The Eagle,” we'll talk about those headlines, and preview the upcoming primary election in New York. Also on this episode, we'll talk to local BIPOC LGBTQ activist Tandra LaGrone, and we'll bid farewell to a beloved Hearst Fellow.

Birds With Friends - An Eagles Podcast

Back from vacation, Bo has questions for Sheil, Zach and Marissa, from which current Eagle will be with the team longest to follow-ups on Julian Lurie, alternate-history offseasons and elevated body parts ... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Scrum of the Earth Rugby Podcast
{BONUS EPISODE} 100th Episode! Featuring USA Eagle Hall of Famer, Jan Rutkowski!

The Scrum of the Earth Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 100:50


Wherein I am fortunate enough to sit down with USA Eagle Hall-of-Famer and all-around rugby legend, Jan Rutkowski. If you'd like a bit of extra info about her, you can always visit this link: https://www.usa.rugby/2017/08/eagle-alumni-spotlight-jan-rutkowski/ The article about WIVERN is here: https://www.scrumqueens.com/features/wiverns-85-tour-changed-game More info about Beantown Rugby can be found here: https://beantownrugby.com/ The site for US the Women's Rugby Foundation can be found here: https://www.uswrf.org/ If you're enjoying listening, you can always buy me a beverage through the link below, or you can sign up through Anchor to become a monthly supporter! Thanks as always for your support! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ScrumOfTheEarth https://anchor.fm/thescrumoftheearth Thanks, cheers and be well! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thescrumoftheearth/support

Brazos Sports PrepsCast
Highlights of the 2021-22 HS sports year; Abigail Ochoa bids farewell

Brazos Sports PrepsCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 14:25


The Eagle crew looks back at the highlights of the 2021-22 high school sports year in the Brazos Valley. Plus, Abigail Ochoa bids farewell and shares some of her favorite stories she wrote during her time at The Eagle. Support the show: https://www.theeagle.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Hutch Post Podcast
Eagle Media Sports for Wednesday Morning, June 16th, 2022

The Hutch Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 5:25


More than a Few Words
#734 What Type of Bird are You

More than a Few Words

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 10:40


Whether you're trying to hire a new person, work with an agency or close a sale, the very first step is really figuring out if you're sitting across the table from the right person. The problem is that people don't come with scorecards telling you exactly who they are and whether or not they're a good fit, or do they?  Social engineer, Benjamin Bressington says there is a scorecard, if you look for it.  In this episode, he boils down people into four  main types, each with a set of communication patterns that give you insight into how they think. Listen to this conversation to understand if you are an Eagle, Dove, Peacock or owl.   

Whack or Slaps
WoS Presents... Superior Slaps: The Eagles' Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975)

Whack or Slaps

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 97:56


The dynamic duo are back with a brand new format! That's right, the Eagle(s) has landed as the boys delve into greatest hits albums with one the best selling records of all time, Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975).

Cosmic Reality Podcast
"COSMIC REALITY" 6/14/22 - Tom Paladino, Scalar Energy

Cosmic Reality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 115:58


“Cosmic Reality Radio Show” with Nancy Hopkins, Walt Silva, Dolly Howard, Nicholas Dee, Yasmin West, Tom Paladino SHOW PHOTO Tom - https://www.scalarlight.com/   https://www.youtube.com/c/TomPaladino Walt - https://www.NewParadigmTools.net    Yasmin - https://thereikiaccountant.com Mystical Wares Shungite Orgone Device Walt's "SURYA" Resonator Walt Silva: http://www.newparadigmtools.net/  Yasmin - https://thereikiaccountant.com Dolly Howard can be heard on "Dolly Shares 7-8 pm EST every other Wednesday. Walt Silva's Eagle: https://www.newparadigmtools.net/the-eagle-shungite-cloudbuster.html NANCY'S BOOKS https://www.cosmicreality.com/books--blogs.html Nancy's Shungite Recommendations https://mysticalware.com ARCHIVES: https://www.cosmicreality.com/archives.html PODCASTS: https://pod.co/cosmic-reality-radio Healing Tones: https://www.cosmicreality.net/cosmic-reality-blog/healing-tone Music by Renate Jett, Jett Music https://myspace.com/jett4music/music/songs Music by Barbara Meneses & Craig Stuart - https://www.Baj-Pendulos.com/en/ Cosmic Reality Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/504212719691742/ Shungite Reality Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/713944828952438

Evening Light Sermons
As The Eagle Stirs Its Nest - Bro. Gabriel Matanie

Evening Light Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 70:10


Eagle's Eye View: Your Weekly CV Update From ACC.org
Eagle's Eye View: Your Weekly CV Update from ACC.org (Week of June 13)

Eagle's Eye View: Your Weekly CV Update From ACC.org

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 8:53


In this week's View, Dr. Eagle discusses a prospective evaluation of cardiovascular risk ten years after a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy, then looks at the effect of varenicline added to counseling on smoking cessation among African American daily smokers. Finally, Dr. Eagle explores Dr. Nanette Wenger's Call to Action for Cardiovascular Disease in Women: Epidemiology, Awareness, Access, and Delivery of Equitable Health Care in a Presidential Advisory from the American Heart Association.

The Hutch Post Podcast
Eagle Media Sports for Wednesday Morning, June 16th, 2022

The Hutch Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 5:22


The Eagle's View
Happy Birthday 6-21

The Eagle's View

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 6:21


Sofia hosts this very special episode where she brings back a former host to celebrate his birthday! You will also hear from Finn, Katie, Maitreyi and Nathan. This Week In History: June 15 to June 21 (Nathan) Battle of Bunker Hill (Nathan) Away From the Nest (Finn) Joke of the Week (Maitreyi) Poetry Corner (Katie) Don't forget to like, share, bookmark and subscribe to The Eagle's View so you do not miss any new episodes all summer long!

3AW is Football
Peter Sumich: West Coast vs Geelong – Eagles Rock

3AW is Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 45:23


West Coast was out to make amends after suffering grand final heartbreak in 1991. And make amends they certainly did. The Eagles lifted their first premiership cup in 1992, defeating a Geelong side full of stars. Thirty years on from that triumph, gun forward Peter Sumich tells of the Eagles' ambition to go to Victoria and "steal" their cup, his contrast of having the yips early in the game to the elation he has never felt since after kicking his sixth goal. He opens up about the "embarrassing" Eagles of 2022 and the changes he would like to see in the relationship between players and umpires. Join the two-time premiership Eagle and host Shane McInnes as they unpack the first ever non-Victorian AFL premiership. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Each Wednesday, Shane McInnes is joined by champions of the game to step down memory lane and discuss a momentous edition of a corresponding match of that round. Never-before-heard stories about iconic footy moments, life after footy, and plenty of banter and insight to get you hyped for the round ahead! Don't miss an episode: Follow/Subscribe to Footy: Then and Now on your podcast platform of choice today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Master Mind, Body and Spirit
Chris Duffin: The Path of Excellence, Mastery, and Reinvention

Master Mind, Body and Spirit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 73:37


Chris Duffin is an inventor, thought leader, and entrepreneur in Health and Fitness. He is a guiness book world record holder and author of the best selling book the Eagle and the Dragon.   Help us fight censorship! Get immediate access to exclusive and censorship free content by donation or free by becoming a member here    

Sound Matters with Tom Leu
(MTT81): Bands With Multiple Lead Singers-Part 2

Sound Matters with Tom Leu

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 9:07


**Quick-hitter segments at 7:30am CST on 96.7 The Eagle talking classic rock current events, history, lists, and likes with Terry "Double T" Turen.SOUND MATTERS Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/soundmattersConnect with Double T:Facebook: www.facebook.com/terry.turenInstagram: www.instagram.com/doubletrockfordConnect with TOM LEU:Show Site: www.SoundMatters.tvPhotography Site: www.16Imaging.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/tomleuTwitter: www.twitter.com/tomleu YouTube: www.tomleu.tv

The Hutch Post Podcast
Eagle Media Sports for Tuesday Morning, June 14th, 2022

The Hutch Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 5:30


The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #90: Vail Resorts Rocky Mountain Region COO and Mountain Division EVP Bill Rock

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 68:56


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Paid subscribers receive thousands of extra words of content each month, plus all podcasts three days before free subscribers.WhoBill Rock, Chief Operating Officer of Vail Resorts Rocky Mountain Region and Executive Vice President of the Mountain DivisionRecorded onJune 13, 2022About Vail Resorts’ Rocky Mountain RegionThis is it, the inner empire. Where hyperbole suits just fine. This is why people in suburban Detroit buy an Epic Pass. To get here. “Aspirational.” That’s Rock’s word for his half-dozen cloud-pokers. It fits. Even for Keystone, a favorite target of the Cool Kids who only ride Snowbird Brah. Whatever. Keystone is great - it’s bigger, as you can see, than Breck, and it’s about to get larger with the Bergman Bowl expansion, opening next winter.Why I interviewed himFor many, just visiting these snowy kingdoms is not enough. Relocation becomes the only option. They turn west, to the mountains, and there they hack out whatever life they can. I’m not talking Grizzly Adams here. They’re not building log cabins and churning their own butter. But housing in most Western ski towns - and certainly the ones listed above - is limited and expensive. Wages are, historically, low. Skiing is expensive, always.For a long time, the skiing was enough to offset the other burdens. Then things changed. Covid, of course. But less discussed is the drying up of immigrant visas of the sort that destinatin resorts had long used to staff front-line positions. The rising labor movement. Workers, suddenly empowered, no longer had to settle for the fast-food wages of decades past. Vail had to adjust, and in March, the company rolled out a $20 minimum wage for frontline workers next season. But another very real factor contributing to last season’s labor shortage was a sudden and dramatic re-ordering of the mountain-town housing market. White collar workers, liberated by remote work, moved en masse to the mountains. This further distorted an already unbalanced market, driving out whatever shadows of affordability remained. So Vail’s plan also included a significant investment in affordable worker housing, on land that - the company emphasized - it already owned. If that sounds like a straightforward proposal, then you are unfamiliar with the workings of U.S. America, where all easy things are hard and all hard things are impossible. Rock, I figured, could help us at least understand the current conditions impacting resort-town decision making.What we talked aboutThe shift to midweek skiing and what it means for Vail and the Epic Pass; Vail’s 2021-22 operational challenges and successes; chasing the military’s camaraderie and sense of purpose until finding it at Bristol; a regional hopscotch leading to Vail; Northstar as Vail’s executive talent incubator; the company’s monster employee-investment initiative announced in March; how Vail decided on a $20-an-hour-minimum wage for next season; beefing up the HR staff and what that means for the future of the HR tool (commonly referred to as Vail’s “HR app”); owning last-year’s employee-support challenges; the company’s new flexible work policy; why Vail Resorts’ ski area social media accounts have seemed more lively over the past several months; why Vail’s 165-bed employee housing project has stalled in East Vail; “people have gotten really good at gumming up the works”; luxury townhomes go unprotested but suddenly everyone is very concerned about bighorn sheep when it comes time to build affordable housing; the potential of the Ever Vail parcel and if there is a better way to build; updates on employee housing developments in Park City, Whistler, and Okemo; Vail’s $300 million-plus 2022 lift investment and what that portends for the future; “I don’t know if we can find 21 lifts to do every year”; thoughts on why Vail hasn’t sold a lift in several years; the current status of the Bergman Bowl expansion at Keystone; thoughts on new lifts going in at Vail and Park City; “in a town that has over 70 lifts, to do two replacement lifts should really not be controversial at all.”Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewLast month, I wrote a long piece about a dispute between the Town of Vail and Vail Resorts:Unfortunately, we have entered an era in which absolutism reigns. As the ski industry housing crisis accelerates to levels that are endangering the viability of lift-served skiing as a sustainable enterprise, the town of Vail last week activated the nuclear option to block Vail Resorts’ long-planned affordable housing project near Vail Mountain. Per Jason Blevins in The Colorado Sun:The Vail town council late Tuesday voted to condemn a parcel where Vail Resorts plans to spend $17 million to build affordable housing for 165 workers. Dozens of Vail Resorts executives, employees and managers crammed into the council’s chambers Tuesday night as the council heard passionate support for both housing and wildlife. Ultimately the council voted 4-3 to approve a resolution that gives the town the ability to seize ownership of the 23-acre parcel and prevent any development as a way to protect a bighorn herd that winters in the south-facing aspen groves along Interstate 70.“I’m disappointed you’ve been backed into a corner and have to consider this resolution tonight,” said Terry Meyers, the executive director of the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Society. “Please make the decision to protect the bighorn sheep herd and move forward to find other options for affordable housing in the Vail Valley. The sheep have to have this. They can’t go anywhere else.”Exactly which corner the council members have been backed into is unclear: this same council (made up of different representatives), approved this project in 2019, and helped defend it in court in 2020. Vail, which owns the land, has promised to develop just six of the 23 acres. To protect the herd on the remaining land, Vail Resorts “partnered with wildlife experts and Colorado Park & Wildlife to develop an extensive mitigation plan, including funding for long overdue habitat rehabilitation,” and has earmarked $100,000 to implement that plan, a company representative told me. The project underwent “an extremely thorough environmental review process,” the representative added.Meanwhile, more than 100 luxury homes already fill 95.6 acres of this supposedly sacred bighorn habitat. Vail’s proposed development is the three tiny yellow boxes labelled “East Vail Affordable Housing” in the image below:“Vail needs housing now – not development that might happen in five years,” read a statement supplied by Vail Resorts to The Storm Skiing Journal on April 25. “If the Town can support luxury homes in East Vail, then it can support affordable housing. We will continue to aggressively pursue this affordable housing project for the hard-working employees in our community.” …The suggestion that a herd of sheep that has managed to negotiate nearly 100 acres of mansionland developed amidst their territory over the past several decades would suddenly be thrust to the brink of extinction from the addition of six acres of dense housing hard by the roadside is absurd. This whole action by the town feels disingenuous and petty, a because-we-can temper tantrum rooted in the vaguely expressed notion that Vail Resorts has been a disrespectful negotiator.While the town has not yet seized ownership of the land, the strident act by four precious council members all but assures that the legal fistfights will howl on for years. The brazen seizure of private land could ignite a fire that burns all the way to the Supreme Court, an absurd act of overreach that could wind up damaging future environmental efforts by stoking the business-friendly court majority to streamline development approvals. And in the meantime? Opponents of the plan continue to peddle platitudes about the importance of affordable housing.You can read the full thing here:Meanwhile, four people who apparently have nothing better to do have been stalling Vail’s planned Park City lift upgrades. Per the Park Record:The PCMR project would replace the current Eagle and Eaglet lifts with a high-speed, six-person detachable lift. The resort also wants to upgrade Silverlode Express from a six-person to an eight-person, high-speed lift, which would make it parent company Vail Resorts’ first chair of its kind in North America.The people who filed the appeal, Clive Bush, Angela Moschetta, Deborah Rentfrow and Mark Stemler, argued the proposal should’ve been exempt from receiving a staff-level administrative conditional-use permit because the upgrades would exceed PCMR’s comfortable carrying capacity (CCC) and should be voted on by the Planning Commission instead. They also argued the application should not have been approved due to inadequate parking mitigation or conditions of approval for peak ski days.A staff report from the Park City Planning Department recommended denying the appeal because a section of a 1998 development agreement with PCMR, which outlines growth at the resort base, states, “development of the skiing and related facilities as identified in the mountain upgrade plan is a conditional use within the city limits and is a subject to administrative review” as long as the projects are identified in and compliant with the mountain upgrade plan. Planning Department staff said the agreement requires lift upgrades to be reviewed administratively if six criteria are met, which they say are.However, the appeal claims criteria one and six – which call for consistency with the mountain upgrade plan and a sufficient parking plan – are not met. The group also made 11 arguments in the filing to support their appeal.On Wednesday, much of the discussion was centered on whether upgrading the lifts would increase visitorship and surpass the resort’s comfortable carrying capacity. Mike Goar, who until recently was the chief operating officer at PCMR and remains at Vail Resorts, said the improvements will help reduce crowding by moving people up the mountain faster and that lift upgrades don’t lead to more skiers and snowboarders.The maximum carrying capacity is 13,700 and PCMR’s current comfortable carrying capacity is 12,570. The proposed upgrades would increase the comfortable carrying capacity to 12,860 and would not cause a significant increase in parking demand, according to a staff report.But Moschetta argued that “fuzzy math” caused the numbers to be manipulated. She presented a series of comfortable carrying capacity numbers that differed from the findings of outside consultants hired by the resort and argued the upgrades will increase the figure to 13,980.“The miscalculated and already exceeded CCCs confirm absolutely that this application violated the [mountain upgrade plan], and therefore the [development agreement], and therefore violated the [Land Management Code], and therefore never met conditions for administrative review,” she said. “On this basis alone, our appeal must be upheld and the decision of the planning director overturned.”Her argument was compelling to most of the commissioners, who asked PCMR and its consultants to explain the discrepancies. Planning Commission Chair John Phillips said he trusted the specialists and supported denying the appeal while Planning Commissioners Sarah Hall and Bill Johnson indicated they would side with Phillips if the comfortable carrying capacity discrepancy was clearly explained.“The appellants have the burden of proof and they’ve not presented experts, facts. We have. Two experts on CCC, and mountain planning. We’ve worked through this in great detail. Lastly, the planning director’s decision should be upheld on appeal if it is supported by substantial evidence on the record, which is what we presented originally,” Goar said.After repeated back and forth, and several unsuccessful attempts from the resort’s experts to clarify the numbers, the majority of commissioners were not satisfied.More than four hours in, the commission adjourned, to meet again on Wednesday, June 15, as Rock and I discuss in the podcast.What, really, is the point of all this? Must we fight about everything? Housing? Chairlifts? Not even new chairlifts. Upgrades. Four more seats on a mountain with 41 lifts. Do larger lifts draw more skiers? Maybe at Jiminy Peak or Ragged Mountain, where a six-seater really is a regional curiosity. But this is Park City. Most tourists don’t even know what kinds of lifts the mountain has while they’re riding them. Chairlift tourism is not really a thing.I suspect the appellants know this. Multiple sources throughout the West described a prevailing atmosphere of frustration with Vail Resorts throughout this past season. Staff shortages led to inadequate or inconsistent grooming and terrain and lift openings, skiers at multiple resorts said. Many Park City residents are apoplectic over the coming paid parking plan. There seems to be an element of spite, then, in the actions both of the Park City foursome and the Vail Town Council.I can’t decide if they are bringing a knife to a tank fight, or a tank to a knife fight. In both cases, the non-Vail parties are both overmatched and over-armed. It’s like they assembled an army to invade an apple orchard. One that’s defended by a fire-breathing dragon. Like, you can just get apples at the grocery store.If this all seems like an enormous waste of time, money, and energy, it’s because it is. The hostile parties may well halt both projects. But to what end? What better ideas do they have? And what happens when, in some not-so-hard-to-imagine future, this insistence on saying no to everything yields to new sets of rules – driven by frustrated middle-voters who put rampant Free Market Bros in charge of the world – in which we can’t say no to anything?Questions I wish I’d askedFrankly, I would have liked to have had a completely different conversation. The Storm is, first and primarily, about the skiing. Rock oversees a half dozen of the best ski resorts in America. I would have liked to have talked deeply and only about the resorts.But the moment demanded a different sort of conversation. Part of this is the NIMBY-mania I referenced above. Part of it was because Vail kind of blew it last year in multiple markets and had to roll out a big oopsie plan to draw more employees for next season.But even with the focus mostly on that plan and those people, we still ran long. I didn’t have time to get to questions about Vail’s diversity initiatives, or the fact that an incredible five of Rock’s six resorts are run by women. I also didn’t get to the Breckenridge lift upgrades.What I got wrongI made the comment to Rock that it had been years since Vail had sold or repurposed a lift. While Vail has indeed not sold a lift to an out-of-network ski area in years, the second part was flat wrong. And I knew this. Here’s an Instagram post I published six months ago after riding and extensively documenting Okemo’s former Quantum 4 in its new location replacing the mountain’s summit triple:I regret the error.This podcast hit paid subscribers’ inboxes on June 14. Free subscribers got it on June 17. To receive future pods as soon as they’re live, please consider an upgrade.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 65/100 in 2022, and number 311 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane). You can also email skiing@substack.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

Intentional Living with Nili Couzens
An Eagle Among Chickens

Intentional Living with Nili Couzens

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 11:54


Nili Couzens shares a barnyard fable that challenges our expectations of happiness and fear.    This episode of Intentional Living with Nili Couzens is generously sponsored by the Mary Ellen and Drew Weissman Charitable Giving Foundation

Catfish Weekly/Panfish Weekly Podcast Station
Catfish Weekly 431 Hot Weather And Catching Bait

Catfish Weekly/Panfish Weekly Podcast Station

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 59:54


Join Lyle and Chad tonight as they visit about hot weather and catching bait. The show starts at 7 Central time on our YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/c/CatfishWeek... be sure to like, share and subscribe. Hey everyone, if you want to help out the Catfish Weekly channel, here is our PayPal link Donations appreciated paypal.me/catfishweekly Contact us at catfishweeklytv@gmail.com Lyle's tackle & equpitment DriftMaster Rod Holders, simply the best, PERIOD Suffix 832 braaid line. Patriot Custom Floats Eagle Claw L197 7/0 and 8/0 hooks Eagle Claw 2022 10/0 hookss Gama Big River 10/0 hooks Abu 6500 LC reels D&L Custom Livewell Blackhorse Rods Pro Drift Bumping rods 7'6” Blackhorse Rods channel cat edition rods, 7'6” 12-25 line class, graphite 1-4 ounce weight, medium heavy action, medium power, Blackhorse Rods drifting/dragging rods, 7'6” 40/60 line class graphite, 2-6 ounce weight, medium heavy action, heavy power Blackhorse drifting/dragging rods, 7'6” & 8” 30/60 line class Eglass heavy action, Xheavy power Tracker Marine Tundra boat with a 125 Mercury motor Chads Equiptment Uncle Lou's rods https://www.facebook.com/uncleloustac... Big Cat Fever Rods Chubby fish terminal tackle (chubby knockers, barrel swivels, quick clips) https://www.facebook.com/chubbyfishou... Reel em up dragging sinkers https://www.facebook.com/REELEMUPLLC/Total weight sinkers https://www.facebook.com/TidalWeightS... Mustad 10/0 perfect demon circle hooks Eagle claw 197 8/0 circle hooks Abu Garcia 6500 & 7000 reels Chadwick Fields Ande monster line https://andemonofilament.com/products... --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lyle-stokes/support

The Hutch Post Podcast
Eagle Media Sports for Monday Morning, June 13th, 2022

The Hutch Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 5:12


The Disciple Maker's Podcast
S9 Ep. 47 - Moving From Women's Ministry to a Disciple Making Ministry (feat. Michelle Eagle)

The Disciple Maker's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 58:43


This episode features renew.org with their second track session at last year's Forum. Michelle Eagle (Discipleship and Women's Minister at Harpeth Christian Church in Franklin, TN) talked to us about creating a disciple making culture within your women's ministry.

iFanboy.com Comic Book Podcast
Pick of the Week #833 - The Amazing Spider-Man #897

iFanboy.com Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 81:21


Threats of lawsuits and the grim return of eugenics suffuse this show, but we are (semi) professionals and press on. It's a sparse week of comics, but that can, and thankfully does, lead to good examinations of what did get released. Plus look at all those n0n-Big 2 books we have in the list! Note: Time codes are subject to change depending on dynamic ad insertion by the distributor. Running Time: 01:19:52 Pick of the Week: 00:02:03 - The Amazing Spider-Man #897 Comics: 00:10:20 - Thor #752 00:16:13 - That Texas Blood #14 00:23:01 - Dogs of London #2 00:36:17 - The Ward #1 00:39:36 - The Lion and the Eagle #4 00:43:37 - Afterschool #1 Patron Pick: 00:48:50 - Aquaman: Andromeda, Book One Patron Thanks: 00:58:31 - Daniel Phillips 01:00:30 - Tyler Owings Audience Questions: 01:03:02 - Scott H. remembers when comic prices went up, and wonders what it will look like going forward. Brought To You By: • iFanboy Patrons - Become one today for as little as $3/month! Or make a one time donation of any amount! • iFanboy T-Shirts and Merch - Show your iFanboy pride with a t-shirt or other great merchandise on Threadless! We've got twelve designs! Music: "United in Grief" Kendrick Lamar Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Eagle Christian Church
A Firm Foundation

Eagle Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 35:36


Dr. Crane reminds believers to put their trust in Jesus, the solid rock; to stand together as God's temple; to worship with our whole being; and to understand that the world will object, just as they oppose Jesus.

My Aggie Nation Podcast
SUPER REGIONAL RECAP: The Eagle sports team breaks down the Aggies' journey to Omaha

My Aggie Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 7:05


The Eagle's Travis L. Brown and Alex Miller break down the Texas A&M baseball team's sweep of Louisville in the College Station Super Regional, punching the team's first ticket to Omaha since 2017.  Support the show: https://www.theeagle.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Supertalk Eagle Hour
SuperTalk Eagle Hour - Broadcasting Live from Fuzzy's Taco Shop in Hattiesburg - Southern Miss Baseball Alumn Michael Sterling, Owner of SuperTalk Mississippi Media Steve Davenport, Former Southern Miss Head Baseball Coach Hill Denson, From Southern Banc

Supertalk Eagle Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 82:58


Dedicated to Southern Miss sports! Weekdays 1 - 2 p.m. on select SuperTalk Mississippi stations. This show is a production of SuperTalk Mississippi Media. Learn more at SuperTalk.FM

Cosmic Reality Podcast
"COSMIC REALITY" 6/7/22 - Shungite Eagle and Chernobyl

Cosmic Reality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 120:13


Cosmic Reality Radio” with Nancy Hopkins, Walt Silva, Dolly Howard, Nicholas Dee, Yasmin West Mystical Wares Shungite Orgone Device Walt's "SURYA" Resonator Walt Silva: http://www.newparadigmtools.net/  Yasmin - https://thereikiaccountant.com Dolly Howard can be heard on "Dolly Shares 7-8 pm EST every other Wednesday. Walt Silva's Eagle: https://www.newparadigmtools.net/the-eagle-shungite-cloudbuster.html NANCY'S BOOKS https://www.cosmicreality.com/books--blogs.html Nancy's Shungite Recommendations https://mysticalware.com ARCHIVES: https://www.cosmicreality.com/archives.html PODCASTS: https://pod.co/cosmic-reality-radio Healing Tones: https://www.cosmicreality.net/cosmic-reality-blog/healing-tone Music by Renate Jett, Jett Music https://myspace.com/jett4music/music/songs Music by Barbara Meneses & Craig Stuart - https://www.Baj-Pendulos.com/en/ Cosmic Reality Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/504212719691742/ Shungite Reality Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/713944828952438

Cosmic Reality Podcast
"SHUNGITE REALITY” 6/7/22 - Shungite Eagle Teaches Enerology

Cosmic Reality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 120:27


“Shungite Reality Show” with Nancy Hopkins, Mark Joseph, Walt Silva, Yasmin West SHOW PHOTO Shungite Orgone Device Walt's "SURYA" Resonator Walt  https://www.NewParadigmTools.net    Yasmin - https://thereikiaccountant.com Shungite Store & Information - https://mysticalwares.com/ COUPON “SAVE10" for 10% off Mystical Wares: https://www.mysticalwares.com Nancy's Shungite Recommendations: https://www.cosmicreality.com/shungite-recommendations.html The Shungite Radio Show is seen Tuesdays Noon-2 pm EST https://www.cosmicreality.com/radio.html Shungite Reality Archives https://pod.co/shungite-reality-podcast Shungite World Grid https://www.cosmicreality.net/the-shungite-grid.html Metaphysical Perspectives You Tube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChEUcAqF6ekzbC4jQZpW5yQ Shungite Reality Book https://www.mysticalwares.net/product-page/shungite-reality-book Cosmic Reality Radio Archives - https://www.cosmicreality.com/archives.html Cosmic Reality Radio - http://www.cosmicreality.com Shungite Beehives YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkIHsF6Kw2QLkrhdS8nK7dg “Shungite Reality” Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/713944828952438/ Music: Barbara Meneses & Craig Stuart - https://www.Baj-Pendulos.com/en/

THE EAGLE: A Times Union Podcast
Cockroaches Get Their Day in Court

THE EAGLE: A Times Union Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 28:16


Activists released hundreds of cockroaches in an Albany courtroom this week, causing a scene that shuttered proceedings and went viral.  That is one of the more unique headlines we've seen in the newsroom and we'll discuss it on this episode of "The Eagle." We'll also hear from Capital Pride Center leader Nathaniel Gray as Pride celebrations commence across the region, and we'll learn about how a local cricket league is trying to grow the sport.

No F'n Regrets with Robb Flynn
NFR #133 - WORD ON THE STREET

No F'n Regrets with Robb Flynn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 50:16


With no guest this week, Robb does his podcast intro about doing press for the new album, the new George Carlin documentary, the shooting in Uvalde Texas, starting Star Wars The Mandalorian, and answers fan mail about the one and only time he got a prostitute at the Eagle's Ballroom in Milwaukee WIPRE-ORDER "ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN" http://tentontradingco.comWATCH & SUBSCRIBE on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9bKRKhpgFRTudsVfPkFlMg?sub_confirmation=1ALL NEW NFR every WEDNESDAY at 3PM ET ONLY on GaS DigitalOr catch the YouTube Premiere later in the week: THURSDAY NIGHT at MIDNIGHT EThttps://GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVESign up to GaS Digital Network with promo code NFR for a 7 Day FREE TRIAL to get access to the HD livestreams, the live chat, and EVERY episode of NFR On Demand in HD.https://GaSDigitalNetwork.com/high-octane-all-accessFOLLOW THE SHOW ON SOCIAL MEDIA!ROBB FLYNNInstagram: https://instagram.com/robbflynnTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheGeneralMHGAS DIGITALInstagram: https://instagram.com/gasdigitalTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigital#Metal #Podcast #Music #RobbFlynn #NFR #GaSDigitalSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Born Stupid Show
Episode 166 - Potcuck

The Born Stupid Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 62:05


Rings around your anus, reasons why the Eagle is the Americans bird, don't judge a restaurant based off their takeout, John brings the beef, the burns on the first date and bones shouldn't be in your sandwich. Also, unexpected BBQ, we got a concert this weekend, times have changed and cock it sock it robots. All that and more on this episode of The Born Stupid show.

Hownikan Podcast
10-year anniversary of CPN Eagle Aviary opening

Hownikan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 32:02


In this very special episode, we're celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the opening of Citizen Potawatomi Nation's Eagle Aviary this June, which allowed visitors in for the first time Family Reunion Festival weekend in 2012.

Eagle's Eye View: Your Weekly CV Update From ACC.org
Eagle's Eye View: Your Weekly CV Update from ACC.org (Week of June 6)

Eagle's Eye View: Your Weekly CV Update From ACC.org

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 8:49


In this week's View, Dr. Eagle discusses the association of sugar-sweetened, artificially sweetened, and unsweetened coffee consumption with all-cause and cause-specific mortality, then looks at the association of sedentary time and physical activity with the risk of stroke among US adults. Finally, Dr. Eagle explores the prospective evaluation of autonomic dysfunction in post-acute sequela of COVID-19.

BSN Colorado Avalanche Podcast
DNVR Avalanche Podcast: What we learned from the Colorado Avalanche's route to the Stanley Cup Final

BSN Colorado Avalanche Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 68:04


The Colorado Avalanche are going to the Stanley Cup finals. The boys in burgundy and blue finally get back to finals after waiting 21 years. Nathan MacKinnon, Cale Makar, and the rest of the star-studded Colorado team has fought hard throughout these playoffs. There have been dominating performances and big breakdowns. Today AJ, Rudo, and Meghan breakdown the Western Conference series and the rest of the playoff run so far. Meghan also wraps up the Eagle's great season that ended in the AHL conference finals. All that and much more on today's show.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Even the Rich
Saint Dolly | An Eagle When She Flies | 3

Even the Rich

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 47:41


Dolly makes her case to her record label, and convinces them she's a solo star. On her own, her career reaches new heights, and she even branches out into Hollywood. But Porter Wagoner's not letting go without a fight. And he's not the only one who wants a piece of the shiny new Dolly Parton pie.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/eventherichPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!Shopify - Grow your business today at shopify.com/rich for a FREE 14 Day Trial and access to the full suite!Mejuri - Shop for jewelry and chat with a stylist at mejuri.com!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.