Episode Notes We welcome back award-winning, international food and travel writer Sylvie Bigar to the show to chat about her recently released memoir, Cassoulet Confessions, Food, France, Family, and the Stew That Saved My Soul. In this episode, Sylvie talks to host Liren Baker about how cassoulet has become a beloved dish in France, how she immersed herself in Carcassonne with her mentor and cassoulet master, Chef Eric Garcia, her beloved father, and more! Learn more about Sylvie Bigar at https://sbigar.com Follow Sylvie Bigar on Instagram: @sylviebigar Podcast show notes: https://kitchenconfidante.com/cassoulet-confessions-with-sylvie-bigar
This week on the Uncharted Podcast, Stephanie Goss is going rogue. She invited Tyler Grogan, Veterinary Technician and Uncharted Social Media Goddess as well as Eric Garcia, Marketing and Social Media genius/guru of Simply Done Tech onto the podcast. Fair warning - when Stephanie gets to have dear friends on the podcast, shenanigans ensue and this week is no exception. You may have heard Eric lecture or write about a topic near and dear to his heart - #unplugging. If you haven't heard about it, you are definitely in for a treat. Stephanie and Tyler were both inspired by Eric's invitation to veterinary medicine to unplug from social media and technology and lean into being present for periods of time in your life. All three of them lined up time this summer and this episode is their get together to discuss what went wrong, where they struggled the most, what went perfectly right and whether they will do it again. You all be the judge - let's get into this. PS - As mentioned in the episode, you can check out Bored and Brilliant. All things Eric has written on unplugging can be found here https://ericgarciafl.com/unplugged/ ABOUT OUR GUESTS Eric Garcia - IT expert. Digital marketer. Industry thought leader. When it comes to helping veterinary practices streamline their technology and attract and retain clients, Eric Garcia has a proven track record of educating the industry and producing results. Eric is an internationally recognized IT and Digital Strategist working exclusively with veterinary practices. Garcia's work has been recognized throughout the industry. Eric was voted VMX 2020 Speaker of the Year by conference attendees. He speaks regularly at conferences all throughout the world. Tyler Grogan, CVT - Tyler is a certified veterinary technician with experience in a variety of practices and a creative mind on the Uncharted Veterinary Conference team. Tyler is passionate about the veterinary profession and the never-ending opportunities it offers her to keep learning, whether through medicine, writing, marketing or teaching others. She loves to use her creativity to think about new ways to impact client and patient experiences in veterinary practices. She also puts creativity to work planning adventures (for real-life and Dungeons and Dragons games) in her free time. LINKS Upcoming events: unchartedvet.com/upcoming-events/ Get Shit Done: Shorthanded This 3-day live, interactive virtual conference features a customizable learning journey for practice leaders who are tired of being overwhelmed and want to get their practice back under control. Explore how you're working, isolate challenges, diagnose pain points, share best practices and pull together a sustainable plan to overcome obstacles. While Uncharted Membership is always encouraged, you DO NOT have to be a member to join us for GSD! Non-members, here's your chance to see what all the buzz is about and get a taste of the Uncharted experience. Register here All Links: linktr.ee/UnchartedVet Got a question for the mailbag? Submit it here: unchartedvet.com/mailbag
Goals from Raphinha, Robert Lewandowski and Eric Garcia helped Barcelona beat Sevilla 3-0 at the Sanchez Pizjuan on Saturday. Xavi Hernandez's side now have 10 points from 12 in LaLiga this season. Sam, Rik and Toni look back on a game that saw Sevilla start well before Barça took control after taking the lead. There was an impressive performance from the terrier-like Gavi and more heroics from the back-in-form Marc-Andre ter Stegen. They also look ahead to the return of the Champions League at Camp Nou on Wednesday, with Viktoria Plzen visiting. Meanwhile, coming up on Patreon this week there will be the Q&A and the post-Plzen show. Running order: -- Sevilla's strong start a warning-- Barça re-finding the press -- Sam's dodgy mug-- Terrier Gavi -- What Xavi wants from interiors -- Leader Lewandowski -- Ter Stegen's stats -- Rik's ratings -- Around LaLiga as Braithwaite & Abde deliver -- Plzen Support the show
Come for Barcelona's 4-0 win over Real Valladolid, stay for Toni singing The Flintstones. Sam and Toni look back on a game that saw Robert Lewandowski hit two more goals, with Pedri and Sergi Roberto also on target as Barça made it seven points from nine this season. They also look ahead to what could be another busy week at Camp Nou with the transfer window due to close on Thursday and business still to be done. Running order: -- De Jong's London trip-- Barça 4-0 Valladolid-- Leader Lewandowski-- The Flintstones-- Kounde debut-- Eric Garcia's role-- Alba & Pique outcast-- Around LaLiga-- Auba robbed-- Memphis future-- Outgoings-- Marcos Alonso Support the show
Mon, 29 Aug 2022 15:07:17 +0000 https://rockfordsymphony.podigee.io/56-preconcert-lecture-with-eric-garcia 384c4cde8b5a3d2d76eefe7430984124 56 full recorded live at the Coronado on 8/27/2022 no Rockford Symphony Orchestra
Join host Dr. Brandy Schillace in changing the conversation on autism with Eric Garcia, author of We're Not Broken! In true book-club style, you will meet the author and participate in the discussion–so come with questions! Join us, too, for the PopCult Quizzer with host Davey Berris, where science fact meets science fiction. Episode was recorded live on August 25th, 2022. To join future broadcasts check out our Book Club schedule at https://brandyschillace.com/peculiar/. Follow us on Twitter (@peculiarBC), Facebook (facebook.com/groups/peculiarbooksclub), Instragram (@thepeculiarbookclub), and Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/c/PeculiarBookClub)!
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The BarcaBreakdown discuss FC Barcelona's 1-4 victory against Real Sociedad at Anoeta. Xavi's surprising starting eleven clearly did not work, though Pedri, Balde and Lewandowski combined for a fantastic goal in the game's opening minute. However, Araujo as RB, Frenkie De Jong as pivot, and Ferran Torres working inside with Lewandowski left us open to a counter and early goal to tie the game 1-1 by Isak. Overall, Xavi tried a new 3-4-3 (3-2-3-1?) lineup that did not work for the first 60 minutes of the game. The substitutions of Ansu Fati and Raphinha immediately changed the complexion of the game, as Fati assisted Dembele and Lewandowski before scoring his own goal to lead the 1-4 victory. Fati proved again why he is FC Barcelona's #10, and how absolutely magical he is when healthy and playing consistently. Unfortunately, Ferran Torres (who made only 1 appearance in preseason) looked very rusty and out of position as he was not dribbling in from the wings. Christensen again had a great game in defense, and he is continuing to prove why Xavi is relying on him as a starting centerback. Eric Garcia put in a good shift, though he was unlucky Frenkie gave the ball away and put Garcia in a bad position for the Isak goal. We hope to see Xavi continue to tinker with the team and find the best lineup to improve our defence and midfield. The signing of Kounde will be critical to make sure he can cover the RB or RWB spot this season.
For people with autism, navigating a neurotypical world can be exhausting. Many deploy strategies to fit in with others, a tactic often referred to as masking. Social psychologist Devon Price spoke to Eric Garcia, author of Unmasking Autism, on Life Kit about the freedom that comes from unmasking. Price says neurodivergent people can find greater self-acceptance by getting in touch with the person they were before they started trying to fit in. Price and Garcia, who both have autism, talk about how unmasking means progress for disability justice. This is an encore episode from May 2022.
Jaleel/ThePurist's Medium Article: https://medium.com/@Jaleel/decoding-barcelonas-centre-backs-7914e994cea1 ThePurist Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThePurist_ The BarcaBreakdown have special guest Jaleel aka the Purist, as he's known by his Twitter handle, to discuss is most recent article "Decoding Barcelona's Centre Backs". We discussed his preferred gala backline as FC Barcelona have more defensive options with the signing of Christensen and Kounde. The other players to choose from are Eric Garcia, Jordi Alba, Ronald Araujo, Sergino Dest, Sergi Roberto, Balde, and Gerard Pique. Jaleel explains why he chose each of the 4 players based on what Xavi needs and each players strengths and weaknesses. The Breakdown picked Jaleel's brain about the downstream affects of some of the choices and the expectations for the team coming into the 2022/23 season. It is clear Barca have a a high potential next season, however, with the signing of many new players and still having a young squad, Barca will still face some adversity. Nonetheless, Jaleel provided some great insight and discussion about the current state of Barca's backline and the season to come. It is exciting to consider all of Barca's options and hopefully they will come out of the preseason with a hunger to take some titles under the direction of Xavi.
The BarcaBreakdown discuss the final preseason game vs. New York Red Bulls, as goals from Ousmane Dembele and Memphis Depay led to a 2-0 victory for Barca. Xavi now leads the squad to the Joan Gamper game before the La Liga season begins. With Gavi, Busquets, and Frenkie de Jong starting in midfield along with Raphinha-Lewandowski-Dembele up front, a clearer picture of Xavi's preferred 11 comes into mind. Up front, with Ansu Fati recovering and Ferran Torres still on the sideline, the trio of Raphinha-Lewandowski-Dembele seems like the clear favorite. The two energetic wingers provide incredible speed and driblling, while Lewandowski looks primed to pour in goals (though he hasn't yet this preseason). In the midfield, Pedri and Busquets are clear starters for the game against Rayo. Frenkie De Jong and Gavi are battling for the 3rd starting spot, though the BarcaBreakdown believes Frenkie is better suited to play in midfield right now. In defense, Xavi has a tougher decision as he still hasn't worked with Christensen or Jules Kounde enough. We expect to see Araujo start alongside either Eric Garcia or Pique. Jordi Alba is guaranteed to start at left back, although it was comforting to see Balde play well against Red BUlls. It will be seen if Sergino Dest, the only true right back, will start, or if Araujo/Kounde will begin to take time at the RB position.
The Barca Breakdown discussed another landmark transfer in the summer window. Joules Kounde has signed with FC Barcelona, a deal including €50 million transfer fee + €10 million in variables over 4 years. Despite Chelsea offering over €60 million, it was clear the Frenchman didn't want to go to the Premier League. Barca now have a reinforced defense that will help them make it further into the Champions League and stop the comebacks that Barca fell victim to. But it matters no longer, Barcelona have Gerard Pique, Joules Kounde, Eric Garcia, Ronald Araujo, Andres Christenesen, Sergio Roberto, Sergino Dest, and Jordi Alba. This will allow Xavi to rotate players much more effectively as well as mitigate the impact felt when a defender becomes injured. With so many options will Barca play a 4-3-3 or a 3-4-3? A 3-4-3 has seen much of Barca fall victim to assault from the wings, many times having players backtracking during a counter. It is likely that Xavi will stick with a 4-3-4 especially when trying out different lineups and their effectiveness. The last thing to consider is what will Xavi's preferred lineup be? Players to get the most time in as center backs will most likely be Kounde and Araujo, but there will be plenty of time for Christensen. We believe Eric Garcia will lose some minutes/starts and dest in certain situations may have to compete with Roberto or Araujo. Whatever Xavi leans towards, Barca definitely have some great potential and will be facing Juventus tomorrow in the USA.
Mike talked to Eric Garcia, a UFC fight promoter, about the Fury Fighting Championship on Sunday at the Alario Center. Mike gave credit to UFC president Dana White for his effort in making his sport the premier fighting organization in America. Mike also spoke with Mary Perez, a reporter for the Sun Herald, about Sports Illustrated building a $410 million mega-resort on the Mississippi coast.
The Barca Breakdown discussed the rumors circulating that Xavi has told Pique that his time at FC Barcelona is over. Do these rumors have any foundation? There has been controversy surrounding Pique regarding his split from Shakira, but that cannot be the only reason. It is clear that he has faced some injuries at the end of the last season, however the sports outlets claim it is due to Pique being unfocused at Barca. Furthermore, Barcelona wants him to renounce his 40M Euros that he is owed to him for completing his contract in 2024. If rumors are true, it could be dark days as the only back ups to Pique are Lengelet, Umtiti, and Mingueza. These players have not shown to be as good alongside Ronald Araujo. Erica Garcia would be the next choice, but his performance last season had too many major mistakes and he is unreliable. This would cause mayhem beginning next season and Barca may find themselves in another hole to dig themselves out of. Aside from the current roster, the summer transfer window is an opportunity for Barca to back fill this spot. However, it is unlikely Kounde or Koulibaly will be coming to Barca as their price tags are too high and Barca is BROKE!!! So where does that leave Barca? If the rumors are true, more dark days are in our future. If they are not, Barca still has time to develop Eric Garcia into a solid defender while having Pique assist.
“We get to have a very unique Mexican-American superhero.” Craig had an excellent opportunity to catch up with the showrunners behind the new Disney Channel series Ultra Violet and Black Scorpion, Leo Chu and Eric Garcia. This team has been creating together for a decade going back to their time developing Afro Samurai. They open […]
“We get to have a very unique Mexican-American superhero.” Craig had an excellent opportunity to catch up with the showrunners behind the new Disney Channel series Ultra Violet and Black Scorpion, Leo Chu and Eric Garcia. This team has been creating together for a decade going back to their time developing Afro Samurai. They open up about their creative process and discuss the writing and creative growth of Ultra Violet and Black Scorpion. It's a fun conversation digging a bit deeper into what it takes to bring a show to series. “Violet Rodriguez, an everyday Mexican American teen, is chosen by a magical luchador mask which transforms her into Ultra Violet, a superhero fighting crime alongside her luchador uncle, Cruz, also known as Black Scorpion.” FEATURING: Craig McFarland __________________________________________ Named one of the top 50 Disney Podcasts by Feedspot! blog.feedspot.com/disney_podcasts FIND US ON NPR ILLINOIS! https://www.nprillinois.org/programs/front-row-network FIND US ON FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/thefrontrownetwork/ FIND US ON TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FrontRowReviewz FIND US ON INSTAGRAM – https://www.instagram.com/beyondthemousepod __________________________________________ Please enjoy this episode of BEYOND THE MOUSE and as always, we'll see you in the front row!
“The problem is there are so many mass shootings that they are now pushing other mass shootings out of the news” and Republicans just want to change the subject each time, co-host Molly Jong-Fast says to kick off the latest episode of The New Abnormal. But the cold comfort is that “there are so many shootings that we're going to be talking about it, even though Republicans want to run out the clock, they're never gonna be able to run out.” Plus, We're Not Broken author and MSNBC columnist Eric Garcia joins the pod to tell Molly about his reporting on autism in America while having autism, and Strict Scrutiny co-host and ABC Supreme Court contributor Katie Shaw explains how politicians hide behind the Supreme Court's 2008 gun decision to pretend they're powerless now, and about what's looming when the Court issues it's first big gun decision since then any day now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sam, Rik and Toni talk about Siempre Positivo's summer schedule, the Eric Garcia/centre-backs debate some Patrons had on Discord, plus after Courtois's Champions League final heroics, discuss whether Ter Stegen can get back to his best. --Toni's snub--Extra pressure after Madrid win--Building, for real--Discord debate on Eric--Centre-back styles--La Masia past--No room at the inn--Christensen--3-4-3--Who starts?--Ter Stegen--Elite keepers--Toni's tipSupport the show
Andrea and David interview, Eric Garcia, Co-Founder of SimplyDONE Tech Solutions and Fidu, social media, digital marketing, and branding guru. In this episode, Eric shares how to handle negative reviews and how to properly solicit positive reviews. He breaks down digital marketing like a boss, how he does a digital detox, and the best way to use social media for client education. Eric is the Co-Founder of Noodle U, digital CE like you've never seen. He shares the Noodle U story with us. Join us, grab a cup of coffee, or pour a glass of wine, enjoy the session! Stay happy and sane! Website: https://www.pawsitiveleaders.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/PAWSitiveLeaders IG: https://www.instagram.com/pawsitiveleaders/ Furpaws Consulting: https://www.furpawsconsulting.com/ Andrea Crabtree-Wood (Host) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrea-crabtree-bs-cvpm-sphr-phrca-ccfp-fear-free-000a7985/ David Liss (Host) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-liss-mba-cvpm-rvt-6915743b/ To learn more about our social media: www.dogdaysconsulting.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rhondabellcvpm/
The program all about TV. Our guests: Leo Chu and Eric Garcia, executive producers-showrunners on new Disney Channel series UltraViolet and BlackScorpion, and David Kleiler, executive producer of Face's Music Party on Nick Jr.. Both series debut early June.
Looking for the Program and Interview Transcripts? Go to the Episode Index Page at todaysautisticmoment.com. There are many unavoidable consequences to being Autistic in an ableist society. One of those consequences is internalized ableism. Autistic Adults tend to doubt ourselves to the point that ableism takes over our own attitudes towards ourselves. Eric Garcia the author of the book We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation returns to Today's Autistic Moment to talk about how Autistic Adults can overcome our internalized ableism. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2daysautistic/support
May is officially recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month. To learn more about this, you can visit Mental Health America, NAMI, or our local NAMI organization, NAMI of Delaware & Morrow Counties. We have a selection of titles for all ages across the spectrum of mental health disorders this week - It's Kind of a Funny Story based on the book by Ned Vizzini, Infinitely Polar Bear, The Color of Hope, We're Not Broken by Eric Garcia, Darius the Great Is Not Okay by Adib Khorram and Stuntboy, In the Meantime by Jason Reynolds. This week's recommendations come to us from Rachel, teen librarian at the Orange Branch, and Bridget, children's specialist at the Delaware Branch. Rachel recommends Challenger Deep by Neal Schusterman. Bridget recommends You Have Feelings All the Time by Deborah Farmer Kris, Ruby Finds a Worry by Tom Percival, When Sadness is at Your Door by Eva Eland and Catching Thoughts by Bonnie Clark to explore different topics surrounding mental health in youngsters. These titles are all picture books for caregivers and children to enjoy together. Do you have a topic you want to hear us cover? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org Music Credit: Blippy Trance by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5759-blippy-trance License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
The Barca Breakdown discussed the victory at the 3-1 Camp Nou against Celta Vigo. With Busquets out on a yellow card, Nico and Pedri injured, Xavi decided to not start our only midfielder Puig. Instead he opted for a 4 man attacking front with Ferran, Aubameyang, Dembele, and Depay, leaving Frenkie and Gavi to cover the midfield. The line-up made Adam and Yusef nervous as not having Busquets was bad, but not having 3 midfielders sounded even worse. It is interesting to note even though this was a difficult situation, Xavi still didn't decide to start Puig. This must say something regarding Xavi's trust in the midfielder. Is it time for Puig to make his leave and gain experience elsewhere? Regardless, Barca started the first half a bit shaky as the team had to adjust with a missing midfielder. For the first 20 minutes Celta made some good attempts at goal, however they couldn't seem to finish. Once Barca adjusted, Dembele put on his jet engine boots and was flying around the pitch. He was able to drive down the right flank and dribble the ball into the right side of the box. He made a beautifully placed pass to the middle of the box where Depay was waiting. Depay shot immediately and scored the opening goal at 30'. Before the end of the first half Jordi Alba makes an over the top pass down to Depay on the left wing. Depay kicks the ball to the middle and the Celta defender is not able to control it. Aubameyang sneaks in and kicks the ball into the back of the net. Half time ends with Barca up 2-0. Barca continued to press in the second half. At the 48' Auba makes a pass to Dembele. Dembele runs down the right flank with Auba running through the middle. Dembele gets the ball back to Auba who one touches the ball to take a 3-0 lead. Not 2 minutes later, Ter Stegen makes a terrible pass to Araujo. It was intercepted and Celta Vigo scored. Celta dropped to 10 min due to a bad foul at the top of the box. Not soon after Araujo Clashes heads with Gavi and is on the floor for several minutes. Reports are he was concussed and is recovering now and will be good. The last notable comment is that Frenkie De Jong, Eric Garcia, and Jordi Alba will all miss the next game against Getafe due to yellow card accumulation. Barca Look to take on Getafe in Madrid this Sunday where Yusef and Adam will be live at the game! Forca Barca
Companies with strong branding don't take breaks from advertising just because their popular products are out of stock – and, according to our guest, Eric Garcia, veterinary practices shouldn't take breaks from marketing themselves just because there's no extra room in the schedule right now. Eric is a digital marketing expert and sought-after voice on the veterinary speaking circuit, and he recommends that practices take a data-driven approach to marketing themselves. This conversation isn't just for practice owners and managers – Eric outlines some simple things anyone in the practice can do to improve the day-to-day client experience (because that's marketing, too!) when the schedule is packed. Get in touch with Eric on Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn, by email at email@example.com, or at on his website. Find all of AAHA's most up-to-date Guidelines, including resources for your clients and team, at aaha.org/guidelines. Wish you could watch these conversations? Catch Central Line on YouTube. Send us feedback or questions anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. Access all things Central Line, including guest bios and full transcripts of each episode: https://aaha.org/podcast This episode was produced by Clear Contender LLC with generous support from CareCredit. This information is shared solely for your convenience. You are urged to consult with your individual advisors with respect to any information presented. Synchrony and its affiliates, including CareCredit, (collectively, “Synchrony”) makes no representations or warranties regarding this content and accept no liability for any loss or harm arising from the use of the information provided. All statements and opinions are the sole opinions of the speaker.
For people with autism, simply existing in a neurotypical world can be exhausting. Many learn early on to employ certain strategies to fit in with others, a tactic often referred to as masking. Social psychologist Devon Price, author of Unmasking Autism, spoke to Eric Garcia on Life Kit about the freedom that comes from doing the opposite: unmasking. Price says neurodivergent people can find greater self-acceptance by getting in touch with the person they were before they started trying to fit in. Price and Garcia, who both have autism, talk about how unmasking means progress for disability justice.
Eric Garcia is the senior Washington correspondent for The Independent. He is the author of We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation, which was released in August 2021 by Mariner Books. He previously worked at The Washington Post, The Hill, Roll Call, National Journal and MarketWatch.I had the honor of sitting down and having him as a guest on my podcast. We discussed my book at length and the need to include Autistic voices in the conversations regarding treatment, advocating, lobbying, rights and so much more!Eric is a political journalist and writers this book including his experiences and voices from actual people on The Spectrum. He challenges the way we advocate and care for our loved ones, as he stated in our chat, "Nothing about Us without us!" Here is a book review on his website http://www.ericmgarcia.net/were-not-broken.htmlIn We're Not Broken, Garcia uses his own life as a springboard to discuss the social and policy gaps that exist in supporting those on the spectrum. From education to healthcare, he explores how autistic people wrestle with systems that were not built with them in mind. At the same time, he shares the experiences of all types of autistic people, from those with higher support needs, to autistic people of color, to those in the LGBTQ community. In doing so, Garcia gives his community a platform to articulate their own needs, rather than having others speak for them, which has been the standard for far too long.It was truly a honor and pleasure to sit down and have this open and enlightening conversation. I urge you to read this book and follow him on Twitter @Eric Michael Garcia (@EricMGarcia) / Twitter and on IG @https://www.instagram.com/ericmgarcia14/You can also find his website and book on http://www.ericmgarcia.net/Around The Way Girl Remixed. All rights reserved.
This Ridley Scott movie starring Nicholas Cage and Sam Rockwell was adapted from the novel by Eric Garcia. The story follows the story of a conman whose daughter shows up and changes his life and the life of his partner. The movie makes some changes to the end, but overall follows the book pretty close! https://whythebookwins.com/
The Barca Breakdown discussed the defeat at the Camp Nou which ended Xavi's 3 month unbeaten streak. After a tough loss at home against Frankfurt, Barca played Cadiz. Normally, a team fighting relegation in 18th place would not cause such an upset; however it seems things are catching up to Barca. Xavi has not been able to rotate players enough causing tired legs and injuries after returning from the international break. Pique and Pedri were out due to injury and Araujo was suspended due to yellow card accumulation. With these players out, we had Lenglet play alongside Eric Garcia and Gavi in the Midfield. As Aubameyang has yet to return to his goal scoring form (having also played many minutes since coming to Barca), Depay had his first start since returning from his calf injury. This line-up didn't seem out of question, although the results spoke for themselves. Barca were not able to create any effective opportunities on goal and the defense was weak. It only took one counter for Cadiz to score. It seems that Xavi's tactics have become predictable as the ball moves to the wings constantly and attempts to cross fall into the void. Moving the ball through the middle and any buildup is nonexistent. Many teams including Cadiz formed a strong defense against us and forced the counter. Barca stood no chance with slow, uneventful possession and they paid for it with a loss. FC Barcelona continue their fight to maintain top 4 in La Liga. With a lul of play, predictable tactics, and tired/injured players we look at the possibility of dropping to 5 or lower if we cannot defeat Real Socidad on Thursday and Real Betis in May.
The Barca Breakdown discussed the breakdown of Xavi's squads in the second leg against Frankfurt at the Camp Nou. Another big match in Europe where Barca were knocked out of the Europa League in a terrible performance. First and foremost, we think Xavi deployed a less than ideal starting XI with Minguza as RB and Gavi in for Frenkie De Jong. Even though we consider Aubameyang and Ferran Torres as regular starters, we believe after such poor performances from the duo that Xavi needed to try a different line-up. Despite what we thought, Barca came out in the first few minutes with an absurd foul from Eric Garcia. 3 minutes into the game and Frankfurt had gotten a penalty. Kostic converted to take the game to a 0-1 lead. Frankfurt continued to play aggressively, shutting down Barca's midfield and nurturing the wings. The mayhem did not cease as a screaming shot from Borre slammed into the back of the net taking them 0-2. The half ends and Barca leave the pitch defeated. The second half begins and Xavi makes 1 change by taking out Pedri, due to injury, and putting in FDJ. Things continue to look grim as Barca can't create almost any shots on goal and the chances that are created fall flat. In the 67' Kostic was able to shoot from the left side and scored in the right corner. Frankfurt's 0-3 lead practically sealed the game. However, deep into the second half (90+1') Segio Busquets put away a goal. Barca did not let up there, with Memphis Depay, who came in for Torres, was able to convert a penalty which was drawn by Luuk De Jong. Barca are able to get 2 goals, but FT is called and Barca are officially out of all major European competitions. Barca fans all around the world are left in shock as Barca cannot seem to compete in European competitions. Where does that leave us? Well, FC Barcelona are second in La Liga and still trail behind Real MAdrid by 12 points. Barca face off against Cadiz this coming Monday at the Camp Nou. Can Xavi compete for the La Liga title?
Luuk de Jong returned from Covid-19 to score the winner in a 3-2 victory for Barcelona at Levante, where they'd won only once in their last five visits. Sam, Rik and Toni chewed the fat after the game. If you enjoy the pod then please consider supporting us on Patreon! Link below --Performance discussion--Result because of the 'positive dynamic'--Aubameyang, quiet but deadly--Luuk de Jong's goal rate--Three penalties against--Frenkie subbed early--Eric Garcia good, Clement Lenglet...--Pedri magic--Rik's ratings--A chip and a chair--The 'remountada'Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/siemprepod)
The Barca Breakdown discussed Matchday 31 where FC Barcelona faced off against the near relegated Levante. Notable changes Xavi employed were Nico in for Pedri and Araujo for Pique. The first half began with an awful performance. It seemed Barca had lost the fundamentals with passing off the mark and the lack of an ability to open the pitch. This was also exacerbated with Levantes keen defense and great man marking. While the frustration of the first half was overwhelming, Barca were able to hold on to a 0-0 outcome with the help of Ter Stegen, Eric Garcia, and Araujo. Coming into the second half, Xavi didn't make any immediate subs and the chaos ensued. A penalty was called against Barca and Levante scored to take the lead. Xavi made a switch to the midfield and put in Pedri and Gavi. Immediately the game changes. Dembele crosses the ball into Aubameyang and the header goes in to equalize! Soon after Levante got a second penalty and Ter Stegen made a huge save. The young duo strike; Gavi is able to pass the ball into Pedri who takes a 1 touch shot and TAKES THE LEAD! Barca are up 1-2. Lenglet gets subbed in and fouls causing a 3rd penalty. Levante score and equalize. As a last chance sub, Xavi places in Traore and Luuk De Jong. In the 90' + 2 minute Alba crosses the ball into Luuk and a game winning header flies into the net! Barca are VICTORIOUS! The Breakdown look forward to the second leg against Frankfurt on Thursday!
On episode 343, Dan flies solo to give an update on Ronald Araujo and some of the transfer buzz of the last week, including Javi Galan of Celta de Vigo and Mason Mount of Chelsea. Then he focuses on the 1-1 draw with Eintracht Frankfurt, including the performances of Eric Garcia, Frenkie de Jong, Ferran Torres, and much more! Running Order: What does Ronald Araujo's renewal do to the rest of the summer plans? Who shined against Eintracht Frankfurt? What did the Germans do to stifle the Barcelona midfield? Should Culers be worried about the result? Listen on Apple Podcasts iOS App, Spotify and, if you want to support the show, head over to Patreon for more content! Become a Patreon to support the show and check out our Quick Take Match Reviews – Thank you! Access our exclusive, listeners-only Facebook Group here. Follow us on Instagram! Find us and watch exclusive content on YouTube! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via Spotify We are excited to partner with Fanatiz! Use this link to sign up: https://bit.ly/2YAHuDd Submit your Blue Wire Hustle application here: http://bwhustle.com/join Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
World Autism Acceptance Month continues as Emily Kircher-Morris has a conversation with Washington DC policy and politics journalist Eric Garcia. Eric is autistic, and the author of We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation. They talk about the shifts in how society views and supports autistic individuals, and what still needs to be done. Also don't forget the Bright and Quirky Summit 2022 is going on now. To register, follow this special link. ABOUT THE GUEST - Eric Garcia is the senior Washington correspondent for The Independent, and the author of We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation. He is also a columnist for MSNBC. Previously, he was an assistant editor at the Washington Post's Outlook section, an associate editor at The Hill, and a correspondent for National Journal, MarketWatch and Roll Call. He has also written for the Daily Beast, the New Republic, and Salon.com. Garcia is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He lives in Washington, D.C. You can support the podcast and receive subscriber-only benefits at www.patreon.com/neurodiversity. The Neurodiversity Podcast is available on Facebook and Instagram, as well as on Twitter @neurodiversepod. For more information go to www.NeurodiversityPodcast.com. Thank you for caring about neurodivergent people.
Why has public discourse about autism been dominated by non-autistic voices? And, what's been happening recently to change this? My guest Eric Garcia breaks this down in today's episode! Eric is a journalist based in Washington DC and the senior Washington correspondent for The Independent. He is also the author of the book, “We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation” which was published in 2021. During this episode, you will hear Eric talk about: Why non-autistic voices have traditionally dominated the public conversation about autism How government policies have shaped and evolved the public's perceptions about autism Including a wide variety of autistic people's experiences in his book – including non-speaking autistic people – as well as his own experiences as an autistic Latino man How writing this book helped him confront some of his own biases – and what he learned about becoming a better ally and learning from criticism Where the public can find accurate information about autism and the autistic community How social media has helped autistic people share their experiences, amplify their voices and effect change (for example, by calling out harmful autistic stereotypes about autism in a recent movie by a certain singer) Buy Eric's book, “We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation” Read Eric's National Journal article (the precursor to “We're Not Broken”) Check out Eric's recommendations for other helpful autism resources: The Thinking Person's Guide to Autism Sincerely, Your Autistic Child #ActuallyAutistic on Twitter – hashtag used by autistic content creators (a good place to listen to autistic people, and especially helpful if you're newly-diagnosed autistic) #AskingAutistics on Twitter – use this hashtag to post questions you want to ask autistic people Watch the video of this interview on YouTube! Subscribe to the FREE Beyond 6 Seconds newsletter for early access to new episodes! Click here for the episode transcript. *Disclaimer: The views, guidance, opinions, and thoughts expressed in Beyond 6 Seconds episodes are solely mine and/or those of my guests, and do not necessarily represent those of my employer or other organizations.*
Living with autism can be difficult, and in the past, the prevailing attitude was to find ways to fix or cure autism. But that idea is changing. “For too long, we have been forced to navigate a world where all the road signs are written in another language,” writes author and journalist Eric Garcia. Garcia is autistic. In this episode, we talk with current autism advocates who argue that the way to make life better for autistic people is not to force them to fit into the world but to help the world fit them. Guests: Emily Grodin and Valerie Gilpeer, co-authors of “I Have Been Buried Under Years of Dust.” Eric Garcia, journalist, author of ‘We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation.” Monique Botha, community psychologist, and researcher at the University of Stirling Sarah and Larry Nannery, co-authors of “What to Say Next: Successful Communication in Work, Life and Love with Autism Spectrum Disorder.”
The Barca Breakdown discuss the Sevilla La Liga match coming up as the 2nd and 3rd teams face off. Coming off the international break, we hope Xavi is able to recreate the magic we were seeing from the team, culminating in the 0-4 victory against Real Madrid in El Clasico. There are some interesting storylines for FC Barcelona as as the season comes to a close. Firstly, Ousmane Dembele and Barca are reportedly in talks again about signing a contract renewal. Sergino Dest being injured as well as Eric Garcia's string of good performances will place an interesting dynamic on the right back position. Will we see Ronald Araujo continue to play there? Or will Dani Alves get a majority of the playtime? With many games in April, we are hoping to see Xavi utilize rotations well to keep everyone healthy. With Gavi, Nico, Lengelet, Depay, Luuk De Jong, Adama Traore, and more on the bench, we are well-positioned to keep players healthy with the incredible depth FC Barcelona have.
Program and Interview Transcripts can be found at the Episode Index Page for todaysautisticmoment.com. On this special edition episode on Autism Acceptance Day April 2, 2022, I talk with Eric Garcia who is the author of the book We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation. Eric is an outstanding journalist and author. Eric talks with me about why Autism Acceptance is so important and that we need to encourage changing the negativity towards Autistic people as part of our advocacy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2daysautistic/support
Tom Seeko, cofounder of Florida Veterinary Advisors and cohost of Smarter Vet Financial Podcast, spends time talking with Eric Garcia, owner and founder of Simply Done Tech Solutions. Veterinary practices struggle with how to really engage their clients through online marketing and branding. Eric breaks down a few of those challenges and the ways that he and his company assist the veterinary community to take their brand to the next level.Find out what you could be overlooking within your practice by taking our brief assessmentTest My Personal Financial IQSign up for a complimentary phone call to talk about how to get better use of all the cash inside your practice.Schedule a timeCheck out our social media channelsFacebookLinkedInYouTube
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The Barca Breakdown discussed the match of FC Barcelona v. Galatasaray in the Round of 16 of the Europa League. Barca came off a narrow victory against Elche over the weekend and the Breakdown hoped Barca would come back full throttle. Although, with our first impression of Xavi's line-up we were left a little uneasy. We saw Memphis Depay's first start since his injury in front with Ferran Torres and Traore. In the midfield, Nico started since Gavi was suspended with yellow cards alongside PEdri and FDJ. In the backline Alba stood with Eric Garcia, Araujo, and Dest. In the first half, Barca dominated possession and had a few chances on goal. However, Galatasaray created quite a few chances on the counter. Overall the first half was a bag full of mixed feelings and changes were needed. Xavi deployed Dembele, Busquets, and Pique for Torres, Nico, and Araujo which was a hopeful sight at the start of the second half. As the game progressed it seemed evident that Barca were not going to Score. Opportunities were left flat and crosses unmarked. Galatasaray maintained their defense and parked the bus in hopes of maintaining a clean sheet. They were successful. The final score leaves neither team with an advantage for the second leg. In the Breakdown's opinion, Barca were just not good enough. We look forward to the weekend game against Osasuna in hope that Barca are revamped and can score a solid 3 points for the table!
"Autistic people have been misunderstood as long as autism has existed as a diagnosis and oftentimes, authors write about autism without autistic people's input. So I wanted to refocus them as the center of their [own] narratives."-Eric Garcia, about his book, We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism ConversationIn this episode, Eric and Jessica talk about his book, his experiences as an autistic college student and so much more. Some of the topics they discuss include:Person first vs Identity first languageThe history of the chronic underfunding of the ADAThe tendency for autistic people to under utilize the accommodations they are dueThe good and bad portrayals of autism in HollywoodAnd so much more!ERIC GARCIA is the author of "We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation" and the senior Washington correspondent for The Independent. Previously, he was an assistant editor at the Washington Post's Outlook section and an associate editor at The Hill and a correspondent for National Journal, MarketWatch and Roll Call. He has also written for the Daily Beast, the New Republic, and Salon.com. Garcia is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He lives in Washington, D.C.Follow him on Twitter: @EricMGarciaInstagram: @ericmgarcia14Buy the book:https://www.hmhbooks.com/shop/books/were-not-broken/9781328587848To learn more about Neuroversity and to support the podcast, visithttps://www.neuroversitypod.com/
In the fourth episode of "The Real Michael Tanzer presents MICHAELISM"; Our host Michael Tanzer interviews Sarah Boon (MSc Psychology of Education – University of Bristol and Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society MBPsS) and Eric Garcia (The Author of “We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation”) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-real-michael-tanzer/message
Our interview with fellow journalist Eric Garcia, author of the brand new book, "We're Not Broken" (available wherever books are sold). Garcia is also the Washington Bureau Chief and Senior Washington Correspondent for The Independent (who recently fired disgraced journalist Trent Crimm for journalistic malpractice). He and Armon Owlia sat down and discussed the book, the state and evolution of autism in both journalism and misinformation, and how far American politics and society still has to go. Much like Roy Kent, this episode contains some strong language, therefore, listener discretion is advised. Like what you hear and want to see more? Subscribe to the podcast and follow us on all social media @TheAutCommunity. Visit our website, www.theautcommunity.com, read the articles from our Contributing Writers, and visit our online store with three incredible designs readily available.
This week we had the absolute pleasure of speaking with Author, and Journalist Eric Garcia about the relatively brief but incredibly complicated history of Autism and how we've come to understand it as a collective. We talk about everything from the anti-vaxx movement and Hans Asperger, to genetic research and the very politics of being Autistic. You're gonna love this one.Purchase Eric's book : We're Not BrokenEric's TwitterMalia's Sleep CourseLoops Promo Code: LOOPSXATP
Eric Michael Garcia is an autistic journalist whose new book is We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation. Garcia is the senior Washington correspondent for The Independent, following editorial roles at the Washington Post and The Hill. He's also been a correspondent for National Journal, MarketWatch, and Roll Call, and has written for The Daily Beast, The New Republic, and Salon.com. As a child, he was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, which is now diagnosed under the broader ASD (autism spectrum disorder). We talked about the history of the autism diagnosis, how it has evolved, how the language around it has changed, and how autistic people are using social media (like the #ActuallyAutistic hashtag on Twitter) to speak out in a media ecosystem that historically marginalized or ignored them. Related links: We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism ConversationI'm Not Broken (National Journal / The Atlantic, 2015)Eric Garcia on TwitterYou're Wrong About podcast: The anti-vaccine movement (2021)#ActuallyAutistic on TwitterLauren Melissa (@autienelle) on TwitterSupport the show (https://www.eil.show/join)
We are thrilled to have Eric Garcia and Tripp Shumake from The Heavy Eyes joining us this week for a conversation around stoner rock and the stoner stigma. We talk to this Memphis band about everything from their musical inspiration to the first time they got high. Show them some love and give them on a follow on Instagram or go ahead and jump right into their music here.
In This Episode:Dr. Stacee and Dr. Caitlin chat with Eric Garcia about how re-thinking your client touch points can help increase retention. Listen in to learn how to leverage your client communications to educate and drive your clients back into the practice. Signup for #IVETSOHARD Resources Email List (below) to get the 5 takeaways from this episode in PDF form.More About Eric Garcia:When it comes to helping veterinary practices streamline their technology and attract and retain clients, Eric Garcia has a proven track record of educating the industry and producing results. Eric is an internationally recognized IT and Digital Strategist working exclusively with veterinary practices. In addition to a long list of satisfied clients, Garcia's work has been recognized throughout the industry. Eric was voted VMX Speaker of the Year by conference attendees. He speaks regularly at conferences all throughout the world.Episode WebsiteEpisode TranscriptsSubscribe & Review On Apple Podcasts:Thanks for being an IVSH listener! We hope this podcast has been inspiring and has helped you learn a few new tricks when it comes to technology and workflows that really work.To help get this podcast in front of more veterinary professionals and teams, please consider subscribing to the podcast on Apple and leaving a review. Click Here to subscribe and review #IVETSOHARD on Apple Podcasts!
Wofford Alumn, current Oversea's professional, and big friend of the show Eric Garcia (Club De Soles), joins the show. Eric comes on amidst heavy fan request to discuss everything the true reality of what it's like to play overseas to this upcoming TBT tournament July 17th on ESPN. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app