The Final Word Cricket Podcast
World Test Championship, India v Australia Day 2: It started in a hurry with a Steve Smith hundred, but the game changed several times from there. India's bowlers did some hard work, Alex Carey combined the classy and the comical, then Australia's bowlers found something extra. Don't miss a packed day from The Oval. Support the show with a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com Title track by Urthboy Visit westfield.com/united-kingdom/London to see everywhere you can eat, shop and play in Europe's largest shopping centre. Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City – More Extra, Less Ordinary! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How to Lend Money to Strangers
Recorded yesterday in front of live audience at Money2020 Europe, I welcome Craig Smith back to the show. Last time we spoke, all the way back in episode 9, Craig was busy launching JustLend but a lot has happened since so we chat about that journey, about where JustLend are today, about communities, and also about a certain appearance on our TV screens.Anyone who caught Craig's Dragon Den appearance will already know that their homepage is at: https://justlend.co/ (but also now at www.justlend.co.uk)And anyone who didn't, can find that here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlWfgYT_4sYOr watch a short on the swimming school in Poole (https://www.youtube.com/shorts/s1qh_mE9HhY) - there are many others to be inspired by.And honestly, this Money20/20 has shattered and then rebuilt my expectations for an industry. They run shows in the US, in Europe, and in Asia which you can read about at https://www.money2020.com/You can learn more about myself, Brendan le Grange, on my LinkedIn page (feel free to connect), my action-adventure novels are on Amazon, some versions even for free, and my work with ConfirmU and our gamified psychometric scores is at https://confirmu.com/ and on episode 24 of this very show https://www.howtolendmoneytostrangers.show/episodes/episode-24If you have any feedback, questions, or if you would like to participate in the show, please feel free to reach out to me via the contact page on this site.Oh, and if you're in need of more banking podcasts, you can find related content at https://blog.feedspot.com/banking_podcasts/Regards, Brendan Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Coucou everyone! Come with us to Greece this week where Kate tells us all about the absolutely wild story of the Livanos Sisters - Tina and Eugenia. They were from a wealthy Greek shipping dynasty and found their way in rough waters with other Greek shipping titans Onassis & Niarchos. Then Cat tells us all about the origins of Baklava. Off to Greece we sail - OPA! Don't forget to follow us on Instagram :) Main topic sources: Greek Reporter Truman's Swan's Tiktok Spoiled Serena Tiktok Minitopic sources: The Fascinating Origin Story Of Baklava: From The Ottoman Empire To The World The Long, Contested History of Baklava 4 Things You Didn't Know About Baklava Recommendations: Kate's recommendation - water shoes! If you're going to Europe this summer, trust us on this one. Cat's recommendation - AmiGo app Cover art and logo by Kate Walker Mixed and edited by Catherine Roehre Theme song by Lumehill Thank you all - ciao! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/europhile/support
America has been fighting through a series of drug epidemics in the last few years, and those drugs are now poised to cross the pond. Today we take a look at what is going on and why Europe should be worried at what's coming from the USA. Join the gang! https://plus.acast.com/s/the-david-mcwilliams-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Beyond The Mask: Innovation & Opportunities For CRNAs
The nursing industry is filled with so many bright and talented people and today's guest is just another example of that. Ayoade (Joy) Ademuyewo, DNP, CRNA is the founder and CEO of Lokum, which helps match vendors directly with anesthesiology providers without having to go through recruiting agencies. Find out why this could be the future of work as an independent contractor and learn more about the person behind it all. Here are some of the things you'll learn on this show: What is Lokum and how does the Lokum app help CRNAs? 4:36 Where did her entrepreneurship drive come from? 9:05 This is the future of work as an independent contractor. 10:35 How a trip to Europe was the beginning of this idea and how it all came together. 16:37 How being a CRNA and her DNP benefited her develop this company. 24:34 The best way for CRNAs to learn more and why it benefits the profession to get on board. 27:04 Who is her inspiration? 29:16 About our guest: https://lokumapp.com/ Visit us online: http://beyondthemaskpodcast.com Get the CE certificate here: https://beyondthemaskpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Beyond-the-Mask-CE-Cert-FILLABLE.pdf
On today's show we are going through a thought experiment about the risk of large global divisions and how that might affect your real estate development project. To walk through the process, we are going to use an example of a small construction project for a single family home. The home is already under construction and the foundation has been poured and the wood framing is 80% complete. The project has been started and like all construction projects, once it is started it must complete. Any discussion of risk requires a more detailed analysis of the elements of risk. Let's start with a definition of risk. A risk is anything that is not in your plan. In this context it is fair to say that most businesses have not taken into account the risk of China becoming fully isolated from the western world. Europe and the US would certainly face severe product shortages if that were to happen. When we talk about risk we need to break it down further. Risk gets broken down into likelihood and impact. We know from history that people are notorious poor at assessing whether a risk is likely to come true or not. So we are not going to even try to assess the likelihood. What we can quantify is the impact. ------------ Host: Victor Menasce email: email@example.com
Drawing on Henrietta Szold's letters and diary, extensive research, and historical sources of that time in Germany and Palestine, the book is a powerful narrative and spellbinding rescue story that brings to life one of the darkest and yet most inspirational chapters in Jewish history. Szold was seventy-three, founder of Hadassah, the Jewish Zionist women's organization, when she was appointed to direct Youth Aliyah, and over the next decade transported over 20,000 Jewish children from Nazi Europe to the safety of Palestine, a feat that she later considered the greatest triumph of her memorable career. David Ben-Gurion called Szold 'the greatest Jewish woman in 400 years.' Randy Grigsby's book This Labyrinth of Darkness and Light: Henrietta Szold, the Rescue of Children from Hitler's Europe and Her Palestine Experience (Vallentine Mitchell, 2022) is the unforgettable story of Szold's stamina and courage as she battled her greatest adversary, mass murderer Adolf Eichmann, for the lives of innocent children. Not only Szold, who made three perilous trips to Berlin during the 1930s under the watchful eye of the Gestapo, but also Hadassah operatives and members of Youth Aliyah stationed throughout Europe, who lived under constant danger, and many of whom gave their lives for the rescue mission. Szold would live in Palestine until her death in 1945. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Alexi Lalas’ State of the Union Podcast
Stu Holden joins State of the Union for a SPECIAL episode as they got you covered with all the soccer content that you need! Holden, Lalas and Mosse first dive into the news of Lionel Messi joining Inter Miami and debate how big this is for Inter Miami and MLS. The trio also react to Christian Pulisic's comments on Gregg Berhalter. Does Pulisic want Berhalter back? Do the trio believe Berhalter will be back? They also make sure to react to the CONCACAF Champions League being renamed to the CONCACAF Champions Cup and analyze what this means moving forward. Shifting over to Europe, Lalas, Holden and Mosse react to West Ham winning the Conference League over Fiorentina and preview Manchester City's matchup against Inter Milan in the Champions League Final. The trio also make sure to preview the top MLS games this weekend such as St. Louis City SC vs. the L.A. Galaxy. To wrap up the show, Lalas, Holden and Mosse talk the top USMNT talent and they talk about the PGA/LIV tour merger! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this special partner episode of Scran, we are celebrating the upcoming Royal Highland Show. This Scottish institution returns to Ingliston from 22-25 June this year and will showcase the very best of farming food and rural life. The first incarnation of the show took place in 1822 on a site that is now home to the Scottish Parliament. Today, it is Scotland's biggest outdoor event attracting around 190,000 people and regarded as one of Europe's largest agribusiness shows. It contributed almost £39.5million to the economy in 2022. On this episode, Rosalind talks about the food and drink side of things with guests Louise Elder, Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland Director and Jill Brown, Distiller & Director at Moray Distillery, who will be exhibiting at the show. They chat all about what visitors can expect and just why it is a great place for Scotland's producers to do business. For more information and tickets head to https://www.royalhighlandshow.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the first Transfer Podcast of the summer, Trev Downey and Dave Davis are off to a flying start with the Mac Allister move hopefully just the start of a busy summer. As ever, the lads begin with the Reds before looking at PL rivals' business and then broadening the scope to Europe. A belter!Prefer to listen to our shows without the ads? We've got your back, just head on over to http://anfieldindexpro.com and supercharge your listening experience.Chat and debate 24/7 with other Reds, join our FREE Discord community at https://bit.ly/3geu605Follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3u9gYShFind us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3KWFxbdSubscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3KXImsjFREE iOS app: https://apple.co/3KSqdMGFREE Android app: https://bit.ly/32KMxqm Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Drawing from Past, current and future classic dance music from around the world and back, This Episode of Unbound with Ricardo is loaded with House, Disco and Nu-disco from the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and The USA. Featuring Creative Force, Yan Gordo, Zhane, PerDu, UN*DEUX, DJ Sneak, Studio Mule, Tina Turner and more.Next Episode 06/21/2023…Keep it Locked.Tune into new broadcasts of Unbound LIVE, Opposite Wednesdays from 10 PM - Midnight EST / 3 - 5 AM GMT (Thursday).For more info visit: https://thefaceradio.com/unbound//Dig this show? Please consider supporting The Face Radio: http://support.thefaceradio.com Support The Face Radio with PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thefaceradio. Join the family at https://plus.acast.com/s/thefaceradio. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Everything Everywhere Daily History Podcast
Located off the Northwestern Coast of continental Europe lies an archipelago of islands that most of you are familiar with. The thing is, the name of the islands and the names of the places that make up the islands are often used incorrectly. Moreover, how all the various parts of this archipelago are related to each other is pretty confusing as well. Learn more about England, Great Britain, the United Kingdom, and the British Isles and how they are not the same thing on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily. Sponsors BetterHelp is an online platform that provides therapy and counseling services to individuals in need of mental health support. The platform offers a range of communication methods, including chat, phone, and video sessions with licensed and accredited therapists who specialize in different areas, such as depression, anxiety, relationships, and more. Get 10% off your first month at BetterHelp.com/Everywhere ButcherBox is the perfect solution for anyone looking to eat high-quality, sustainably sourced meat without the hassle of going to the grocery store. With ButcherBox, you can enjoy a variety of grass-fed beef, heritage pork, free-range chicken, and wild-caught seafood delivered straight to your door every month. Visit ButcherBox.com/Daily to get 10% off and free chicken thighs for a year. InsideTracker provides a personal health analysis and data-driven wellness guide to help you add years to your life—and life to your years. Choose a plan that best fits your needs to get your comprehensive biomarker analysis, customized Action Plan, and customer-exclusive healthspan resources. For a limited time, Everything Everywhere Daily listeners can get 20% off InsideTracker's new Ultimate Plan. Visit InsideTracker.com/eed. Subscribe to the podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes -------------------------------- Executive Producer: Charles Daniel Associate Producers: Peter Bennett & Thor Thomsen Become a supporter on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/everythingeverywhere Update your podcast app at newpodcastapps.com Discord Server: https://discord.gg/UkRUJFh Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everythingeverywhere/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/everythingeverywheredaily Twitter: https://twitter.com/everywheretrip Website: https://everything-everywhere.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode starts with a sunburn. That's how on-topic it is. Because yes, it's summer! And wow, do we have a lot of tips for you this year. To get them, I spoke with Mark Ellwood, the (sunburned) freelance travel writer who handles all of our monthly Where to Go columns, as well as the two editors who make up our mighty destination team, Chloe Arrojado and Tim Chester. We started with planning—Mark is a planner, Chloe is not—and segued into how to score flight deals, if and when to travel to Europe during the hottest months, and our favorite road trip destinations. (Italy's Prosecco Road, anyone?) We touched on lesser-known destinations, travel deals (it's a great year to visit the U.K.), national parks, and even visiting places where it's winter now. So, no matter what you're doing this summer—whether it's road-tripping or trying to squeeze in a weekend getaway around your kids' camp activities—we have something for you. Yes, even for you procrastinators. Happy summer travels! Meet this week's guests Mark Ellwood, freelance travel writer Chloe Arrojado, associate destinations editor Tim Chester, deputy destinations editor Resources Read this week's show notes, including a full transcript of the episode. Explore our Where to Go in July story. Find great summer deals (they exist!) and book affordable airfare. Need some beach time? We have the 20 best beaches in the world. Drive the Prosecco Road that Mark mentions. Visit our favorite national parks.
Ukraine finally began its long-awaited counteroffensive on June 4th, two days before D-Day, the anniversary of the liberation of Europe from the Nazis. Much is at stake - but barely after Ukraine began calculated assaults along Russian lines, someone blew up the Kakhovka Dam. A torrent of floodwater has been unleashed on tens of thousands of homes in both Russian and Ukrainian controlled areas, and both sides are laying blame on each other. If sticky Ukrainian mud was once an issue and a challenge for heavily armored tanks, rising floods, and burst riverbanks are now out of the question. One Decision sits down with CNN's Nic Robertson, Ukrainian-based editor and founder of The Counteroffensive: A war correspondent's open notebook, Tim Mak, reporting live from Ukraine, and Breaking Defense's Lee Ferran to discuss Ukraine's offensive, how the floods might impact Kyiv's strategy, and what to look out for in the coming weeks ahead of a critical NATO summit in Lithuania. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Classé patrimoine de l'humanité, le parc naturel de Donana est menacé d'assèchement total en raison de la culture de la fraise espagnole, exportée à 80% en Europe, et irriguée sans contrôle. Des associations de consommateurs européens appellent au boycott du fruit rouge pour inciter les agriculteurs espagnols à respecter les lois. Les explications de Diane Cambon pour RTL. Ecoutez RTL autour du monde du 08 juin 2023 avec Correspondants RTL à l'étranger.
Dans ce dernier épisode de la série spéciale du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire" consacrée à Sartre et Beauvoir, l'historienne Virginie Girod retrace la fin de vie du plus célèbre couple d'intellectuels du XXe siècle. En 1963, Jean-Paul Sartre et Simone de Beauvoir sont au cœur d'un rendez-vous d'intellectuels à Leningrad, en URSS. Sartre a 58 ans et il est au faîte de sa gloire. En novembre 1964, l'Académie des Nobels consacre son talent et son œuvre en lui décernant le prix Nobel de Littérature… qu'il refuse. Sur le terrain politique, il s'engage contre la guerre du Viet Nâm. À la fin des années 1960, Sartre et Beauvoir sont les coqueluches des médias. Le couple fascine. Simone de Beauvoir devient une icône féministe et se distingue en défendant les droits des femmes. Elle souligne l'importance du travail comme facteur d'émancipation, et s'engage dans le combat des associations féministes en faveur de l'IVG. Jean-Paul Sartre meurt en 1980, Simone de Beauvoir en 1986, laissant leur empreinte, philosophique, intellectuel et féministe sur le monde.Sujets abordés : Couple - Intellectuels - Féministe - Philosophie - URSS "Au cœur de l'histoire" est un podcast Europe 1 Studio. Ecriture et présentation : Virginie Girod - Production : Camille Bichler (avec Florine Silvant)- Direction artistique : Adèle Humbert et Julien Tharaud - Réalisation : Clément Ibrahim - Musique originale : Julien Tharaud - Musiques additionnelles : Julien Tharaud et Sébastien Guidis - Communication : Kelly Decroix - Visuel : Sidonie Mangin
Last week, dozens of NATO peacekeepers were injured after violent protests broke out in northern Kosovo. What is going on, and why do Kosovo's problems seem so hard to fix? This week we dig into the deeper context behind the unrest with political analyst Agon Maliqi. We're also talking about why much of Europe is antsy about who's going to be steering the EU next year, and a bizarre dispute in the art world. You can follow Agon on Twitter at @AgonMaliqi. This week's Isolation Inspiration: Turn of the Tide and Fatma Aydemir: The State of European Literature at the Forum on European Culture, De Balie. Thanks for listening! If you enjoy our podcast and would like to help us keep making it, we'd love it if you'd consider chipping in a few bucks a month at patreon.com/europeanspodcast (many currencies are available). You can also help new listeners find the show by leaving us a review or giving us five stars on Spotify. 00:22 The sunny side of the continent02:14 Bad Week: Looming EU presidencies12:37 Good Week for Dutch art trolls?23:20 Interview: Agon Maliki on why it's so hard to fix the Kosovo-Serbia relationship35:46 Isolation Inspiration: Turn of the Tide and the Forum on European Culture40:36 Happy Ending: The magic of Enhanced Rock Weathering Producers: Katy Lee and Wojciech Oleksiak Mixing and mastering: Wojciech Oleksiak Music: Jim Barne and Mariska Martina Twitter | Instagram | firstname.lastname@example.org
« C'est une affaire de semaines ». Le HHC, un dérivé de synthèse du cannabis, sera bientôt interdit à la vente en France, a affirmé le ministre de la Santé François Braun le 15 mai dernier sur France Info.Apparue en Europe au cours de l'année 2022, cette molécule est aujourd'hui en vente libre en France, et attire de plus en plus de consommateurs. Problème pour les autorités sanitaires : les effets de l'hexahydrocannabinol se rapprochent de ceux du THC, la composante du cannabis dont la présence entraîne des effets psychoactifs.Inquiets, des professionnels de santé alertent depuis plusieurs mois sur les risques de dépendance liés à la consommation de ce « joint légal ». Après l'Autriche, la Suisse, ou encore la Finlande, la France s'apprête à rejoindre la liste des pays l'ayant déjà interdit.Cet épisode de Code source est raconté par Florence Méréo, journaliste santé au Parisien, et Antoine Castagné reporter au pôle vidéo. Crédits. Direction de la rédaction : Pierre Chausse - Rédacteur en chef : Jules Lavie - Reporter : Ambre Rosala - Production : Emma Jacob et Thibault Lambert - Réalisation et mixage : Julien Montcouquiol - Musiques : François Clos, Audio Network - Archives : France Info, Tik Tok. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
We're in Europe! Listen in on the the fun, experiences and stories as Mr. Sith, Peter and I have an overnight visit with family in Slovakia. Music by JuliusH from Pixabay
We can actually see #deflation right now in the form of falling producer prices. Europe reported a record drop in its PPI which has major implications starting with #recession and what this means for #inflation. Declining oil and producer prices today are linked to consumer prices and the economy tomorrow. Eurodollar University's Money & Macro AnalysisDo Producer Prices Lead Consumer Prices?https://www.kansascityfed.org/documents/1005/1995-Do%20Producer%20Prices%20Lead%20Consumer%20Prices%3F.pdfThe Commodity–Consumer Price Connection: Fact or Fable?https://www.newyorkfed.org/medialibrary/media/research/epr/95v01n3/9510blom.pdfBuilding A Pipeline Between Producer and Consumer Priceshttps://www.richmondfed.org/publications/research/economic_brief/2022/eb_22-38Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeffSnider_AIPhttps://www.eurodollar.universityhttps://www.marketsinsiderpro.comhttps://www.PortfolioShield.netRealClearMarkets Essays: https://bit.ly/38tL5a7THE EPISODESYouTube: https://bit.ly/310yisLVurbl: https://bit.ly/3rq4dPnApple: https://apple.co/3czMcWNDeezer: https://bit.ly/3ndoVPEiHeart: https://ihr.fm/31jq7cITuneIn: http://tun.in/pjT2ZCastro: https://bit.ly/30DMYzaGoogle: https://bit.ly/3e2Z48MReason: https://bit.ly/3lt5NiHSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3arP8mYPandora: https://pdora.co/2GQL3QgCastbox: https://bit.ly/3fJR5xQPodbean: https://bit.ly/2QpaDghStitcher: https://bit.ly/2C1M1GBPlayerFM: https://bit.ly/3piLtjVPodchaser: https://bit.ly/3oFCrwNPocketCast: https://pca.st/encarkdtSoundCloud: https://bit.ly/3l0yFfKListenNotes: https://bit.ly/38xY7pbAmazonMusic: https://amzn.to/2UpEk2PPodcastAddict: https://bit.ly/2V39XjrPodcastRepublic:https://bit.ly/3LH8JlVDISCLOSURESJeffrey Snider (The Promoter) is acting as a promoter for an investment advisory firm, Atlas Financial Advisors, Inc. (AFA). Jeffrey Snider is affiliated with AFA as a promoter only and is not in any way giving investment advice or recommendations on behalf of AFA. The Promoter is being compensated by a fee arrangement: The Promoter will receive compensation on a quarterly basis, based on the increase in account openings that can be reasonably attributed to the Promoter's activity. The Promoter will not be receiving a portion of any advisory fees. The Promoter has an incentive to recommend the Adviser because the Promoter is being compensated. The opinions expressed on this site and in these videos are those solely of Jeffrey Snider and Eurodollar University and do not represent those of AFA.
Dr. Matthew Roller, a professor of Classics at Johns Hopkins University, joins Lexie to discuss the culture shift in acceptance for double majoring in STEM and humanities, defining monumentality, cultural memory, and their relationship to each other, and the practice of gift giving in ancient times and the various meanings behind them. So tuck in your togas and hop aboard Trireme Transit for this week's exciting odyssey! Don't forget to follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram or visit our website www.theozymandiasproject.com!Note: Apologies, but I was traveling around Europe and didn't have access to my normal recording mics. So this episode was recorded using only my headphones.Learn more about Dr. Roller: https://classics.jhu.edu/directory/matthew-roller/Check out Dr. Roller's newest book: https://classics.jhu.edu/faculty-books/models-from-the-past-in-roman-culture-a-world-of-exempla/Learn more about the Society for Classical Studies (SCS) and their projects: https://classicalstudies.org/ Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheOzymandiasProject Custom music by Brent Arehart of Arehart Sounds and edited by Kevin Walker. Get exclusive bonus content (ad free episodes, early releases, and experimental content) on Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Final Word Cricket Podcast
World Test Championship, India v Australia Day 1: It was long awaited, then it was here. A high-octane morning session from Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj, then a spectacular riposte from Travis Head, and the anticipation was deserved. Find out all about day one from London. Support the show with a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com Title track by Urthboy Visit westfield.com/united-kingdom/London to see everywhere you can eat, shop and play in Europe's largest shopping centre. Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City – More Extra, Less Ordinary! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Kinahan Cartel is an organized crime group based in Ireland with connections and activities reaching international levels. The cartel is primarily involved in drug trafficking, weapons smuggling, money laundering, and contract killings. It is considered one of the most powerful criminal organizations in Ireland.The cartel was founded by Christy Kinahan Sr., also known as "Dapper Don," who established a criminal empire in the 1980s. Under his leadership, the Kinahan Cartel became known for its involvement in the international drug trade, particularly in Europe and South America.The cartel's main rival is the Hutch crime family, led by Gerry Hutch.The feud between the Kinahan and Hutch families has resulted in a series of violent conflicts and numerous deaths within the Irish criminal underworld.The Kinahan Cartel is known for its sophisticated operations, utilizing encrypted communication systems, money laundering techniques, and extensive networks of criminal associates. They have been known to employ contract killers and enforcers, often targeting rival gang members or individuals who pose a threat to their organization.Liam Byrne is an Irish criminal associated with the Kinahan Cartel, one of the most prominent organized crime groups in Ireland. He is a member of the Byrne family, which has deep ties to the cartel and is considered one of its key factions.Liam Byrne gained notoriety due to his involvement in criminal activities, primarily in drug trafficking and organized violence.He has been linked to the ongoing feud between the Kinahan and Hutch families, which has resulted in a series of violent incidents and deaths within the Irish criminal underworld.Byrne's prominence within the Kinahan Cartel is largely attributed to his family's close ties to the organization.His brother, David Byrne, was a high-ranking member of the cartel and was infamously shot dead during a boxing weigh-in at the Regency Hotel in Dublin in 2016. The incident marked a significant escalation in the Kinahan-Hutch feud.Due to his alleged involvement in organized crime, Liam Byrne has faced legal scrutiny and has been targeted by law enforcement agencies.Now, after yeas of cat and mouse, authorities in Spain finally arrested Liam Byrne after he attempted to sneak into the country to see his family. The arrest is just another body blow to the reeling Kinahan cartel that is being pressed from all sides. (commercial at 11:55)to contact me:email@example.com:Kinahan cartel suffers major blow after senior gang figure Liam Byrne arrested over gun trafficking charges | The Irish Sun (thesun.ie)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
Gold Cut - Austrian Genetics & Clone Collecting & Distro Riot Seeds Europe and Beyond S08E06I welcome DoYouEvenGoldCut to the show, Dejan Z of Austria. He's the headof Riot Seeds Euriope and our current rep in Central Euriope for the Breeders Syndicate. He's a wonderful human being and has a lot of longevity in the cannabis world, and is one of the very, very few in central Europe to be pushing back against the corporitization and bastardization of cannabis, and I'm super sstoked he sat down to talk. And yes, he sounds EXACTLY like Arnold. We know. It's frickin hilarious, but this guy's heart and passion shines through everything and I'm happy to call him a friend.Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp9mauDnr-JxOiG_ek4BWag/joinOr check out our Patreon here:https://www.patreon.com/breederssyndicateOUR MERCH STORE IS LIVE!!!! BREEDERS SYNDICATE LINKS: https://linktr.ee/riotseedsBREEDERS SYNDICATE MERCH! - https://www.syndicategear.comBreeders Syndicate website: http://www.breederpodcast.com
Have you listened to Sarah's new 10min series words with meaning yet? If you haven't then she releases it alongside her regular unlock the greatness within episodes on Friday's. Thursday's if you're in America or Europe. In this series she sits down with remarkable poets and dives into the stories and deeper meanings behind their beautiful poems. Here are two you may have missed Words with Meaning: The Facts Of Life: bit.ly/3qxseZ2 Words with Meaning: Two Bodies One Soul: bit.ly/3P0vUg6 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
OUTLINE of today's show with TIMECODESDam War, Dam Lies by WaPo Was the Kakhovka Dam attack a war crime? Terrorist attack?Allied forces in WW2 famously blew up a key German dam. The ingenious plan was celebrated in film (2:21)IAEA on what risk the flooding poses to the biggest nuclear reactor in Europe (13:43)Washington Post may have "forgotten" (but everyone else remembers) their interview 6 months ago when Ukrainian General boasted they had hit the dam with test missiles and were ready to destroy it "as a last resort" (16:05)Washington Post doubles down on the lies about Nordstream pipeline attack. Impossible, incredible lies. But they have no shame (26:46)Are we the baddies? New York Times, that other bastion of "truth", tacitly admits the Ukrainians are Nazis (32:50) Where's the SPLC, Southern Poverty Law Center, in calling out these hateful Nazis? Crickets (38:22)Spy Agencies Push Alien Narrative — Why?Claims of fully intact alien vehicles being reverse engineered. Did the aliens donate them? What's going on? (45:50)Tucker, RFKj, Matt Walsh — all willing to take the word of intel agencies without a shred of proof. Is the inclination to accept or reject UFOs as space aliens based on a religious worldview? A look at Ben Stein's interview with Richard Dawkins (55:08)WATCH: Tucker buys the spy story about UFOs — hook, line, and sinker (1:14:39)Remember that time the Israeli Space Security Chief said the US government is in very close contact with the "Galactic Federation"? Seriously, he did. (1:21:36)INTERVIEW SEC Moves Against Coinbase in War Against Crypto Coinbase & Binance sued — but not FTX? What's the agenda? Tony Arterburn, DavidKnight.gold, joins. Will cash deposits be next target? (1:28:06)Is there a real AI threat? If so, what is the nature of the threat? Who was telling the truth about the AI simulation where the AI drone killed the human (in the game). Was the Colonel lying then, or lying with the denial? (2:04:47)How do proponents of transhumanism see it? Is it possible? Is it dangerous? (2:12:35)A look at the chaos "self-driving" cars have created in San Francisco and how the government keeps giving them the green light. (2:21:40)WHO adopts EU "global" digital health pass. Over 2 billion already have it in EU. (2:31:58)Ramaswamy and the Global ID Push As WHO pushes to make EU vax passport a global one and bureaucrats laugh and boast about their arbitrary power, Ramaswamy's company was positioning itself to make money from the tyranny. Is this why he paid to have his involvement in DeWine's plandemic scrubbed from Wikipedia? (2:32:23)WATCH Biden's pick for CDC to replace Walensky recounts with giddy glee how she and other "public health officials" had the power to capriciously and arbitrarily lock people down (2:34:53)Ramaswamy says he would not reinstate the ban on transgender members of the military. Flynn celebrated Navy Seal Chris Beck who was posing as a woman in 2014, but now Beck is calling out this insanity. (2:42:37)Trump recycles campaign lies from 2016 about looking at what is causing autism. (2:56:38)Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-showOr you can send a donation through Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764 Zelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.com Cash App at: $davidknightshow BTC to: bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver For 10% off Gerald Celente's prescient Trends Journal, go to TrendsJournal.com and enter the code KNIGHT
The Kinahan Cartel is an organized crime group based in Ireland with connections and activities reaching international levels. The cartel is primarily involved in drug trafficking, weapons smuggling, money laundering, and contract killings. It is considered one of the most powerful criminal organizations in Ireland.The cartel was founded by Christy Kinahan Sr., also known as "Dapper Don," who established a criminal empire in the 1980s. Under his leadership, the Kinahan Cartel became known for its involvement in the international drug trade, particularly in Europe and South America.The cartel's main rival is the Hutch crime family, led by Gerry Hutch.The feud between the Kinahan and Hutch families has resulted in a series of violent conflicts and numerous deaths within the Irish criminal underworld.The Kinahan Cartel is known for its sophisticated operations, utilizing encrypted communication systems, money laundering techniques, and extensive networks of criminal associates. They have been known to employ contract killers and enforcers, often targeting rival gang members or individuals who pose a threat to their organization.Liam Byrne is an Irish criminal associated with the Kinahan Cartel, one of the most prominent organized crime groups in Ireland. He is a member of the Byrne family, which has deep ties to the cartel and is considered one of its key factions.Liam Byrne gained notoriety due to his involvement in criminal activities, primarily in drug trafficking and organized violence.He has been linked to the ongoing feud between the Kinahan and Hutch families, which has resulted in a series of violent incidents and deaths within the Irish criminal underworld.Byrne's prominence within the Kinahan Cartel is largely attributed to his family's close ties to the organization.His brother, David Byrne, was a high-ranking member of the cartel and was infamously shot dead during a boxing weigh-in at the Regency Hotel in Dublin in 2016. The incident marked a significant escalation in the Kinahan-Hutch feud.Due to his alleged involvement in organized crime, Liam Byrne has faced legal scrutiny and has been targeted by law enforcement agencies.Now, after yeas of cat and mouse, authorities in Spain finally arrested Liam Byrne after he attempted to sneak into the country to see his family. The arrest is just another body blow to the reeling Kinahan cartel that is being pressed from all sides. (commercial at 11:55)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:Kinahan cartel suffers major blow after senior gang figure Liam Byrne arrested over gun trafficking charges | The Irish Sun (thesun.ie)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
Key Battles of American History
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and Germany's declaration of war on the United States opened a new and more deadly chapter in the War at Sea in the Second World War. The fight for control of the vital sea lanes to and from Great Britain would rage from the Arctic Circle to the very shores of the Americas. In this episode, Sean and James discuss the naval war around Europe from 1942 to the end of the war.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4747725/advertisement
The Times of Israel Daily Briefing
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Military correspondent Emanuel Fabian and Diaspora reporter Canaan Lidor join host Amanda Borschel-Dan in today's episode. Last night, an Israeli driver was lightly hurt in yet another shooting attack near the northern West Bank town of Huwara. His vehicle was hit with some dozen bullets at this flashpoint, which saw another attack earlier this week. Fabian explains what makes this such a ripe target for terrorism. Fabian updates with more details of the perpetrator of the shocking tragic killing of three IDF soldiers on the Egyptian border on Saturday. At about 3 am local time Tuesday night, the Nova Kakhovka dam exploded in what Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy calls Europe's largest human-made disaster in decades. The masses of water have flooded two dozen villages and forced the evacuation of 17,000 people. Lidor updates on the status of the Kherson Jewish community. On Thursday, 2-year-old Mohammed Tamimi and his father were hit by gunshots as Israeli soldiers returned fire at Palestinian gunmen who had shot at the settlement of Neve Tzuf. Mohammed died at Sheba Hospital on Monday and was buried yesterday. Fabian explains how has the IDF responded to his death and what happened after his funeral yesterday. The decade-long charged saga involving the site of a Jewish cemetery in Vilnius that was slated to become an events center has come to a resolution. Lidor describes the site now meant to be used for and talks about the Foundation for Jewish Heritage's recent report on how similar sites should be handled. Discussed articles include: Israeli motorist lightly hurt in terror shooting near flashpoint Huwara — IDF Egyptian cop who killed IDF troops is named, said to have griped about border duty Ukraine, Russia trade blame for devastating dam collapse that displaces thousands Kherson Jews among thousands forced to flee rising water after Ukraine dam rupture Clashes erupt as Palestinians hold funeral for toddler mistakenly shot by IDF Lithuanian city vows to preserve ancient Jewish cemetery it had sought to dig up Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Streets are flooded in Kherson, Ukraine, June 7, 2023, after the Kakhovka dam was blown up. (AP Photo/Libkos)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Some of the world’s best race car drivers will compete this weekend at the renowned “24 Hours of Le Mans” race in France. This year, there’s an additional entrant — a souped-up Chevrolet Camaro engineered by NASCAR that represents the body’s hopes to win more international fans. We chat with auto journalist Jamie Kitman about the race and NASCAR’s Garage 56 project. Plus, an initiative to recruit more women into the construction industry is running into headwinds as potential apprentices struggle to find child care.
All Things Through ChristIt's all about relationships for Farris Welsh. So much so that when the United States government needed someone to mend a broken relationship between the U.S. and the King of Thailand in the early 2000s, the Department of Defense called on Farris to be part of the DOD's relationship-mending team.Farris' career as a contract negotiator with the United States government came unexpectedly. Little did she know when she earned a degree in education from Cedarville that her skills would be used to educate foreign leaders and U.S. officials. In this role, she found herself traveling to Europe, the Middle East, and all over Asia. On some of these international trips, Farris took her daughter, Rachel, who eventually followed in her mother's footsteps. Rachel was working on her master's degree when she decided to work at Wellington University in New Zealand. She worked there for a year, traveling to places like India and Bangkok when she had the chance. But it was the day she was scheduled to fly home that another tragedy struck: a 9.4 magnitude earthquake hit New Zealand, just hours before Rachel's flight was to leave for San Francisco.Rachel passed away on February 22, 2011. Through all the tragedies and hardships Farris has faced in life, she still points back to the Lord. For in Him is the strength to press on.
Support the podcast, become a patron, get additional benefits: https://bit.ly/3nMGeYj In this episode of Talk Eastern Europe, Adam and Agnieszka catch up over the most recent developments, mainly the political situation currently unfolding in Poland around the new law on Russian influence as well as the massive opposition-organised march which took place last weekend. They also discuss the news coming out of Ukraine, namely the Russian blowing of the dam at Nova Kakhovka which has the potential to create disastrous consequences for thousands of Ukrainians. Later, Adam and Aga are joined by Stanley Bill, an associate professor in Polish Studies at Cambridge University and the Director of the Slavonic Studies Section and Chair of the Cambridge Committee for Russian and East European Studies. He is the founder and editor-at-large of the news and opinion website Notes from Poland (www.notesfrompoland.com). Stanley not only discusses the recent developments but also gives some important insight into the upcoming parliamentary elections later this fall. Stay up to date: visit us at: www.talkeasterneurope.euJoin the TEE Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/talkeasterneuropeThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4065065/advertisement
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For more information, visit SupplyCaddy.com.Show Notes: Circularity 23 Day One with Cory Connors and Adam PeekIntroductionIn this podcast episode, Cory Connors and Adam Peek discuss the highlights of day one at Circularity 23, a conference focusing on the circular economy. Cory and Adam share their thoughts on the event, the various sessions they attended, and the exciting developments in reusable packaging.OverviewCorey and Adam discuss the first day of Circularity 23, which focused on reusability and reusable packaging. They highlight the challenges of implementing a circular economy and the various stakeholders involved in the process. They also share examples of successful reuse initiatives, such as the Modus Center in Portland. In this episode, they delve deeper into the complexities of reuse and discuss the logistics of cleaning and transporting reusable items. They also share their excitement about the future of sustainable packaging and the positive impact it can have on the world.Timestamped Chapter Summary* Introduction: Corey and Adam introduce the podcast and discuss their experience at Circularity 23. [0:00:00]* Overview: Corey and Adam provide an overview of the main topics discussed during the conference, including reusability and reusable packaging. [0:01:48]* Challenges of Implementing a Circular Economy: Corey and Adam discuss the challenges of implementing a circular economy, including the involvement of various stakeholders and the need for government support. [0:04:04]* Bold Reuse at the Modus Center: Corey and Adam discuss Bold Reuse's successful reuse initiative at the Modus Center in Portland. [0:05:21]* Reusability in the Airline Industry: Adam and Corey discuss the opportunities for reusability in the airline industry, including the challenges of implementing reuse initiatives on quick-turn flights. They also share ideas for on-site filling systems and the importance of extended producer responsibility laws. [0:05:49]* Governor Jay Inslee and Wash to Shore: Adam highlights Governor Jay Inslee's passion for extended producer responsibility laws and the energy around sustainable initiatives in Seattle. They also discuss the Wash to Shore organization, which creates art from ocean plastics. [0:10:21]* The Future of Sustainable Packaging: Corey and Adam share their excitement for the future of sustainable packaging and the positive impact it can have on the world. They also discuss the potential impact of Google's sustainable initiatives. [0:10:54]* Apple's Big Event: Corey and Adam briefly discuss Apple's recent product announcements and the potential impact on sustainable packaging. [0:11:30]* Invitation to Conference Attendees: Adam invites conference attendees to reach out to him and Corey if they are unable to attend certain sessions and would like notes. [0:12:08]Relevant Links and Resources* Circularity 23: https://www.circulareconomy23.com/* Bold Reuse: https://www.boldreuse.com/* Modus Center: https://rosequarter.com/arena/moda-center/* Wash to Shore: https://www.washtoshore.org/Quotable Phrases* "For the first time, I'm very excited about what's going on with reusable packaging." - Corey Connors [0:02:15]* "Anytime you see, like, we need federal, state, and local government, it's like, oh, my gosh." - Adam Peek [0:04:30]* "That cycle is what we need. And they figured out how to do it." - Corey Connors on Bold Reuse's initiative at the Modus Center [0:05:21]* "Somebody or some entity has to clean the things, they have to transport it and there's energy that goes in other water, that goes in other chemicals, there's all these things that go into that." - Adam Peek on the complexities of implementing reuse initiatives [0:08:12]* "It feels like the future is bright for sustainable packaging and for the world." - Corey Connors [0:10:54]Social Media Handles and CTAs* Corey Connors: Twitter - @corygated1, LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/coryconnors/* Adam Peek: Twitter - @AdamPeek, LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/adampeek/ConclusionCorey and Adam's discussion highlights the importance of reusability and reusable packaging in the circular economy. While there are challenges to implementing a circular economy, initiatives like Bold Reuse's at the Modus Center offer hope for a more sustainable future. They also discuss the complexities of implementing reuse initiatives, including the need for government support and the logistics of cleaning and transporting reusable items. However, with the energy and passion around sustainable initiatives in Seattle and beyond, the future looks bright for sustainable packaging and a more circular economy. Conference attendees who are unable to attend certain sessions are invited to reach out to Corey and Adam for notes.Timestamp Summary 0:00:00 Introduction to Circularity 23 0:00:28 Discussion on attending Circularity for the first time 0:01:10 Conversation on reusable packaging and running into people 0:02:15 Excitement on the progress of reusable packaging 0:03:33 Mention of Anchor Bar and Marcos Pizza 0:04:04 Discussion on the challenges of implementing reusable packaging 0:04:55 Mention of Jocelyn, CEO of Bold Reuse and the Modus Center 0:05:21 Conclusion on the success of Bold Reuse and the potential for replication 0:05:49 Discussion on Delta Airlines and the opportunity for reusability 0:07:06 Logistical realities of implementing reusable packaging for airlines 0:08:12 Ideas for facilitating more sustainable packaging 0:09:22 Energy around extended producer responsibility laws in Washington 0:10:21 Proximity to the ocean driving sustainability efforts 0:11:24 Positive impact potential of sustainable packaging 0:11:50 Discussion on Apple's recent announcements and potential packaging 0:12:08 Invitation to ask for feedback on sessions not attended 0:12:44 Willingness to represent the community 0:12:58 Conclusion of Day 1 and invitation to Day 2[TRANSCRIPT][0:00:00] (Corey Connors): Welcome. We are live from Circularity 23.[0:00:04] (Adam Peek): Hello.[0:00:06] (Corey Connors): Day one. Adam pete corey connors. We are podcasting live. It's been an exciting day, a big day here in the great Northwest. Seattle, Washington, which is this is the first event I've been able to drive to, which is pretty awesome. Usually I have to fly and usually my time zones are all different. So this has been a nice change.[0:00:28] (Adam Peek): Well, some of us had to fly here.[0:00:30] (Corey Connors): I don't feel bad for you because I've done that many times, and most of the time I have to fly long distances to Chicago or Atlanta or Paris or Italy.[0:00:45] (Adam Peek): Everyone is just crying.[0:00:46] (Corey Connors): So challenging. Yeah. But how was the first day so far?[0:00:52] (Adam Peek): It's been good. I've never attended Circularity before, so this is my first time. Good energy, for sure. The sessions so far have been great. It's cool when you just accidentally run into people.[0:01:10] (Corey Connors): Yes.[0:01:12] (Adam Peek): I'll give you a great example. So I was talking with hang on, this company. I actually grabbed some samples, better packaging, and they make these like, I am a compostable. I'm a compost pack.[0:01:26] (Corey Connors): I've heard of these. Yeah.[0:01:28] (Adam Peek): So I grabbed this. Says Home Compostable Certified in Australia. It's a New Zealand company. Anyway, and I was just telling her how I lived in Utah, and I turned around and there was someone from Kodapaxi, and I was like, oh, you're from Kodapaxi.[0:01:43] (Corey Connors): I know that.[0:01:43] (Adam Peek): We had a whole great conversation. Yeah, it was fun.[0:01:48] (Corey Connors): Very impressive. 1400 people here. The first couple of hours were about reusability and reusable packaging. And I'm frankly, for the first time in a very long forever, for the first time, I'm very excited about what's going on with reusable packaging. It feels like it's finally got teeth. It's finally going to happen.[0:02:15] (Adam Peek): Right?[0:02:16] (Corey Connors): And for so long, it's just like, why are we trying to recycle this when it could be reusable? Like the CEO of our cup was talking about at concerts? People don't want to recycle. They want to just throw it into a bin altogether with everything else. And that's pretty easy to pull out reusable cups from. So they have this awesome system and they've identified a problem. They've solved it, right?[0:02:48] (Adam Peek): Yes, 100%. Let's give a quick shout out here to Dustin.[0:02:53] (Corey Connors): What's up?[0:02:53] (Adam Peek): Dustin Smith. By the way, they have some of the coolest hoodies, the boltsmith hoodies.[0:02:58] (Corey Connors): Oh, yeah.[0:02:59] (Adam Peek): I ran into John, Dustin's co founder, and he had a hoodie on, and I was like, I like that. And thank you to the team there. They sent it on over. So glad. Dustin, we can get you through the Buffalo Airport, though, if you get stuck overnight, anchor Bar has the original Buffalo Wild Wings and they're delicious. They're incredible. So go shout out to the Anchor Bar. If you and or Marcos Pizza want to sponsor, we're here for it.[0:03:33] (Corey Connors): Questionable. Yeah, it's fine.[0:03:37] (Adam Peek): No, I love the session on reuse and it was 3 hours. There were 3 hours of conversations around reusable packaging and just the whole infrastructure. And there was one of the sessions, they had kind of the ecosystem up there and said, these are where all the stakeholders are. And you just realized why this has taken so long?[0:04:04] (Corey Connors): Yes.[0:04:04] (Adam Peek): Is because anytime you see, like, we need federal, state, and local government, it's like, oh, my gosh. And then you need all these other stakeholders, and you need CPG brands, and you need packaging companies, and you need people to collect, and you need people to sort, and you need people to wash. And it was like, wow, I understand why everyone has wanted this for so long and also why it's taking so long.[0:04:30] (Corey Connors): There are so many moving parts. There are so many unknowns. There are so many frustrations. Even if this is perfect and it's dialed in, we still need these five things over here to make this work. And Jocelyn, the CEO of Bold reuse. She's talking about the Modus Center in Portland. Go Blazers. I know you're not a huge no.[0:04:55] (Adam Peek): You can say whatever you want. Listen, the Denver Nuggets are in the NBA Finals, and the Portland Trailblazers have the second pick in the NBA draft. So it's fine. They're going to take it's a rebuilding year. No, they have the third pick.[0:05:06] (Corey Connors): Sorry. They have the third pick.[0:05:07] (Adam Peek): Sorry, Kristen.[0:05:09] (Corey Connors): We've been on a rebuilding year for, I think, ten years or maybe longer, not so much.[0:05:13] (Adam Peek): But this isn't a sports podcast.[0:05:15] (Corey Connors): It's fine.[0:05:16] (Adam Peek): But you get Brandon Miller. He's going to be great.[0:05:19] (Corey Connors): I agree.[0:05:19] (Adam Peek): So the motor center, you were saying?[0:05:21] (Corey Connors): They have reusable packaging thanks to Bold Reuse, and it's locally collected and cleaned and redistributed back for use again. And that cycle is what we need. And they figured out how to do it, and it's something that we can replicate do at other facilities. It could be at a hotel. It could be anywhere.[0:05:49] (Adam Peek): Yeah, I didn't catch the person's name, but I saw someone with, like, the Delta Airlines tag on, and I thought, man, what an opportunity. And I'm glad that they're here because I spend so much time in the Delta Sky Clubs and on Delta flights. And I think you have an ecosystem here that you can control reusability when it comes to a lot of these things. And most of the Sky Clubs have the eco products. They've got the compostable utensils and plates and things like that, but there's no place to collect compostable items.[0:06:27] (Adam Peek): And I've said this on TikTok before, I've said that, put this on LinkedIn before, and I'm like, it's a step in one direction or another. But man, what an opportunity for them to grab hold of the reuse momentum as a big corporation. Even like Hyatt, where we're staying at is beautiful. The Hyatt Regency is awesome. There's so many opportunities. And one note was reusable. I think the stat was Reusable startups or circularity startups are up like 1100% or something from five years ago.[0:07:06] (Corey Connors): It's happening. Yeah, it's finally to talk to her about packaging and what can Aurora do that would facilitate something more for Delta Airlines and that would be more sustainable? So you're exactly right. They have literally a closed container where they're holding the people and why can't you use reusable packaging for that? Why can't we wash those and reuse them again in perpetuity until they break and then you recycle them?[0:07:45] (Adam Peek): I would imagine part of it, and this goes to the complexity of it, right, is you have such a quick turn on flights and in order to wash and sanitize everything, you have to be able to do that at the airport. And so now you have to get certain permissions from the airport. You've got to build out things at the airport unless you're going to collect and then send away and have enough for every flight.[0:08:12] (Adam Peek): So it was just like some of those logistical realities that I'm glad to know and have heard from people who are actually actively working on those logistical realities because that was always my biggest mental hang up on reuse was, well, who's going to do all this stuff? Somebody or some entity has to clean the things, they have to transport it and there's energy that goes in other water, that goes in other chemicals, there's all these things that go into that. And so it was just cool to see a whole room full of people say, yes, we get it and we're working on it, we're doing things and.[0:08:45] (Corey Connors): Hey, I have five ideas. And I sat next to Gene from Boomerang Water and they have a system that's on site. So what if you had one of their filling systems at each airport hub and you could take the empty bottles and take them over there and they wash them and refill them right there rather than having some third party company deliver these bottles in a truck. Right. So fascinating ideas and I'm excited to see what happens.[0:09:22] (Adam Peek): Yeah, for sure. And even just hearing at the main session, governor Jay Inslee from Washington was there and I think you were up here recording some podcasts when he was talking. But the energy that the state of Washington has had around extended producer responsibility laws and just the you could tell this wasn't an opportunity to gain political points, but it was really something that he was passionate about and you can even feel it in Seattle, right? Like Seattle as a city is very concerned and is very concentrated on not just Reusability, but also the wash to shore. People were there talking about what they're building out of ocean plastics. So they're doing beach cleanup and then they make art out of it. They call it beauty from tragedy, basically.[0:10:21] (Adam Peek): Oh, wow. And so that's why like that seahorse that's down there? Yeah, it's this organization called Wash to Shore. So you have the proximity to the ocean that's really driving a lot of it, along with just the residents and the companies. Amazon is here. Starbucks is here. Boeing is here. Pokemon, Nintendo, and on and on and on. Brooks running. So anyway, there's really cool energy and it's just neat to just bump into people.[0:10:54] (Corey Connors): It feels like the future is bright for sustainable packaging and for the world. I don't want to be so grandiose, but I come to events like this and I get re energized. One of the first people I met was from Google, and to talk about what they're doing is incredible. I can't wait to have that podcast and talk about the massive impact potential there will be. Very positive. Yeah.[0:11:24] (Adam Peek): I'm guessing there was nobody here from Apple because they had their big drop, their big announcements and stuff for today.[0:11:30] (Corey Connors): Did they have a layoff?[0:11:32] (Adam Peek): No, they just had their big event. Right. Like, these are the new things.[0:11:36] (Corey Connors): I haven't heard of anything negative. No.[0:11:38] (Adam Peek): They came out with like some $3,500 glasses. And my friend Sean Riley from Dude Wipes commented, I hope it also wipes my ass.[0:11:49] (Corey Connors): Yeah, that's fair.[0:11:50] (Adam Peek): Yeah. But I wonder what the packaging is going to be like for that. Right? Probably something cool and sleek.[0:11:58] (Corey Connors): Probably not sustainable, but maybe it'll be beautiful.[0:12:02] (Adam Peek): Yeah.[0:12:04] (Corey Connors): Well, this has been great. Yeah. Thank you, Adam. Appreciate you.[0:12:08] (Adam Peek): Yeah, for sure. And if anyone is out there and you couldn't make it to Seattle, we understand travel budgets are tight. The conference cost might have been high, but if you see like a session or something that you are hoping to see tomorrow or at least get some feedback on or something like that, please hit up myself or Corey. We'd be happy to go check out the session, give you some notes or something like that. So don't feel like this has to be just us here.[0:12:44] (Adam Peek): We can represent this whole community.[0:12:46] (Corey Connors): Yeah. Thank you.[0:12:48] (Adam Peek): Yeah, for sure. Thanks, everybody. I think we're going to be back tomorrow, right?[0:12:51] (Corey Connors): Yeah.[0:12:51] (Adam Peek): Okay.[0:12:52] (Corey Connors): Yeah.[0:12:52] (Adam Peek): Do this again tomorrow. We'll wrap up day two tomorrow. Thanks, everybody. See you.[0:12:58] (Corey Connors): Bye. It's. This is a public episode. 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In BEST TRENDS, today we remember D-Day. Seventy-nine years ago today we liberated Europe from the Nazis. Sprichst du Deutsch? Well, you don't have to, thanks to 'Merica. You're welcome. With Russia in the news and Bert Kreischer's movie THE MACHINE in theaters, we play part of an interview I had with Bert where we talked about Russian penpals. Check out COUNTRYISH CLASSICS, coming soon, to hear an entire interview with Bert and others. In SMALL TOWN NEWS, a man from Kentucky pretended to be dead for 321 days to reach his goal of getting cast on CSI: Las Vegas. That's Dead-a-cation. I've got more Screen Actors Guild residual checks to give away. Some lucky listeners call in and take a crack at guessing the amount of the check... the closest one wins the check! This week's game has some controversy... did the algorithm machine mess up this time and pick the wrong winner? Also, my pal Marc Hunt is here so we play GOODWILL HUNTING as we unbox gifts with got each other at a local Goodwill. Marc gives me an amazing gift that's the latest cutting-edge technology... eat your heart out, Apple Computer! Live on Facebook and YouTube, Tuesday nights at 8:00 pm ET! Join actor/comedian Jon Reep on his weekly show COUNTRY-ish, where he and his crew talk about the latest BEST TRENDS, share some SMALL TOWN NEWS, and play games with the live audience! Download and Listen to the COUNTRY-ish with Jon Reep Podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/tbxIcLlT Come see Jon LIVE in concert: https://jonreep.com/tour-dates/ Visit the MERCH shop: https://my-store-c58a1a.creator-sprin… Find Jon online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonreep Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonReep Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonreep/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jonreepcomedy Email: email@example.com #Countryish #JonReep #Allthingscomedy #SmallTownNews #Comedy #Podcast
Movement By Lara: Redefining Yoga
Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and we answer them!In this Wednesday Q&A, we answer your questions about soreness and/or stiffness in your mid-back, posterior pelvic tilt in handstands, daily exercises for joint preservation, and managing fear in handstands.Your questions:* What could help soreness/stiffness in the middle spine? It feels linked to digestion as well. * I see a lot of handstand “pros” teach a posterior pelvic tilt for a straight line. Is that okay to do?* Which exercises or stretches should we be doing on a daily basis to preserve our joints?* Words of wisdom for people who are strong enough, but fear going into a handstand?To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com/blog/category/podcasts/Do you have a question?DM Lara on Instagram: @lara.heimannDM Kristin on Instagram: @kbwilliams99Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgSponsors:Visit relationshipschool.com/lara to get 50% off your first month of relationship coaching.Join the LYT Team in Europe this summer:https://shop.lytyoga.com/collections/in-person-workshops-2023 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Si vous buvez un jus d'orange tous les matins, pour votre petit-déjeuner, vous devrez peut-être changer vos habitudes alimentaires. Vous l'avez peut-être constaté, ce produit devient assez rare dans les rayons des supermarchés. Les industriels du secteur craignent même une véritable pénurie mondiale. Pourquoi le jus d'orange devient-il plus difficile à trouver ? La première explication est d'ordre climatique. En effet, des ouragans ou une sécheresse prolongée ont compromis les récoltes d'oranges dans des zones comme la Floride, le Mexique ou l'Espagne, qui en produisent de grandes quantités. En outre, les plantations de Floride ont été décimées par une dangereuse maladie. Ainsi, aux États-Unis, la récolte est passée de 5,4 millions de tonnes en 2021 à 650.000 tonnes en 2023. Soit une production huit fois moins importante. Du côté du Mexique, la récolte a diminué de 30 %. Les grandes enseignes se tournent alors vers le Brésil, qui est le premier producteur de jus d'orange. Soumis à cet afflux de commandes, le pays ne peut cependant les honorer toutes. D'où la relative pénurie qui règne aujourd'hui sur le marché. Les stocks d'oranges brésiliennes sont donc en train de fondre. Plus rares, ces fruits vont devenir de plus en plus chers. Et, selon les fabricants, les répercussions sur le prix des jus d'orange ne devraient pas tarder à se faire sentir. En effet, le prix de la tonne de jus d'orange concentré se négocie à 3.400 euros cette année, contre 2.600 euros à l'issue de la récolte précédente. Et, de ce fait, le prix du jus d'orange a bondi d'environ 30 % en avril dernier. Il est peu probable que la situation s'améliore avant la prochaine récolte d'oranges, qui doit avoir lieu en juin prochain. Si, dans les principaux pays producteurs, elle s'avère meilleure que la précédente, les choses pourraient rentrer dans l'ordre quelques mois plus tard, d'ici l'automne. Ce qui ferait le bonheur des consommateurs français. En effet, avec 18 litres par habitant et par an, ils sont les seconds buveurs de jus d'orange en Europe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of The Power of Love Show we welcome special guests, Melissa Jenski & Kristin Mortensen. Melissa Jenski is a design professional with over 10 years of experience in specialty retail and wholesale. While the highlights of her career include overseeing the retail operations at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, designing jewelry for Sundance Catalog and creating the merchandise assortment for a world-class spa, they were merely stepping-stones on her way to realizing her dreams of becoming an entrepreneur. As Co-founder of Good Grief, Melissa is the Chief Inspiration Officer and is in charge of fulfillment and inventory management. An autoimmune diagnosis in her 20's, followed by infertility and a miscarriage in her 30's inspired Melissa to start ‘Good Grief'. When she's not busy working, you can find her daydreaming about her next business idea, planning her next big vacation or obsessively Marie Kondo-ing an untouched area of her house. She currently resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her two favorite people – her husband and daughter. Kristin Mortensen is a marketing professional with over a decade of experience helping other brands tell their story, engage with customers and, above all, make money. Burnt out from the corporate grind and pandemic fatigue, she wanted something to call her own. In 2021, she joined forces with her sister as the Co-Founder of ‘Good Grief' and is responsible for the marketing and e-commerce side of the business. Her love for traveling catapulted her to Europe shortly after graduating from ASU, and she's made the UK her home after being abroad for over 13 years. But it hasn't all been smooth sailing. It's been a whirlwind of divorce and heartbreak, learning to love again, and more recently, the happiest moments as a new mom sprinkled with postpartum depression and anxiety. She lives with long-term partner, Adam, and they recently welcomed a new addition to their family in September 2022. When she's not juggling work and motherhood, you can find her traveling, hiking or most likely a little bit of both. ‘Good Grief' is an online gifting platform that sells curated care packages for life's twists and turns - loss of a loved one, cancer, mental health, miscarriage and beyond. Filled with equal parts heart and humor, each Good Grief box contains a selection of practical tools for healing and self-care and is packed to perfection with a handwritten card. ShopGoodGrief.com 15% DISCOUNT OFFER: Promo Code to use at checkout: DDJF Or Link with the discount code applied: https://shopgoodgrief.com/discount/DDJF Learn More About Melissa & Kristin: Website: ShopGoodGrief.com Instagram: @GoodGrief.Shop Facebook: Good Grief Shop Pinterest: @GoodGriefShop Contact: email@example.com Learn More About DDJF: Website: DDJF.org Instagram: @DeeDeeJacksonFoundation Facebook: Dee Dee Jackson Foundation LinkedIn: Dee Dee Jackson Foundation Twitter: @DDJFoundation Leave a podcast review: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-power-of-love-show/id1282931846 Spotify Podcasts: https://open.spotify.com/show/6X6zGAPmdReRrlLO0NW4n6?si=koXehESfSrSwA-zWi2vf-w Can't make the live-stream? You can always watch our syndicated interviews later on YouTube or Facebook! Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-Nd1HTnbaI Like Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/884355188308946/ Join our Official Facebook Group full of supportive community members: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1500933326745571/?ref=share_group_link Visit the DDJF official website: http://www.ddjf.org/ Follow us on Instagram: @DeeDeeJacksonFoundation --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thepowerofloveshow/support
Doing It At Home: Our Home Birth Podcast
What is it like planning a home birth as an expat in a new country? Well, Katie McCormick has some stories to share about that! Katie and her husband Ryan decided to leave their life in Portland, Oregon - quit their jobs and travel across Europe. They decided to settle in Ireland, eloped and got pregnant shortly after. Katie knew immediately that she wanted to have a home birth. But being an expat in a new country, she had no idea where to begin as far as planning and resources. In this Classic Doing It At Home episode, we speak with Katie in the last few weeks of her pregnancy and get to hear how she's feeling as the time in her pregnancy winds down and they prepare for baby's arrival. She also shares the experience of what it's like to have all of their family back in the States as they plan for home birth in their new home and country. Tune in and get ready for another inspiring pre-home birth story! Links From The Episode: Dublin Doulas: http://www.dublinfamilydoulas.com/ Hypnobirth course: https://us.hypnobirthing.com/ Ina May's Guide to Childbirth: https://amzn.to/41gwx8F Offers From Our Awesome Partners: Needed: https://bit.ly/2DuMBxP - use code DIAH to get 20% off your order Splash Blanket: https://bit.ly/3JPe1g0 - use code DIAH for 10% off your order Esembly: https://bit.ly/3eanCSz - use code DIH20 to get 20% off your order More From Doing It At Home: Send us your birth story: https://bit.ly/3jOjCKl Doing It At Home book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3vJcPmU DIAH Website: https://www.diahpodcast.com/ DIAH Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doingitathome/ DIAH YouTube: https://bit.ly/3pzuzQC DIAH Merch: www.diahpodcast.com/merch Give Back to DIAH: https://bit.ly/3qgm4r9 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dans ce troisième épisode de cette série consacrée au couple Sartre-Beauvoir du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire", l'historienne Virginie Girod revient sur les voyages et les engagements politiques de ce duo d'intellectuels. En 1945, Sartre et Beauvoir fondent Les Temps Modernes, une revue qui mène une réflexion sur l'actualité. Avec l'aide de nombreux intellectuels, la revue devient la plus prestigieuse publication française de rang international. Alors qu'après la Seconde Guerre mondiale, le monde est polarisé entre les USA et l'URSS, le couple se rapproche de l'Est. Fidel Castro les accueille même à Cuba lors d'un voyage. En 1960, Sartre est une star internationale, et Beauvoir est devenue une icône du féminisme moderne grâce à la publication du Deuxième Sexe en 1949. Lors de la guerre d'Algérie, le couple soutient des Algériens qui réclament l'indépendance. En défendant les intérêts des femmes algériennes, Simone de Beauvoir croise la route de l'avocate Gisèle Halimi, ou encore de la magistrate et future ministre Simone Veil. Retrouvez la suite de ce récit dans le dernier épisode de cette série spéciale, disponible dès demain sur toutes les plateformes d'écoute.Sujets abordés : Guerre Froide - URSS - Guerre d'Algérie - Intellectuels - Philosophie - Féminisme "Au cœur de l'histoire" est un podcast Europe 1 Studio. Ecriture et présentation : Virginie Girod - Production : Camille Bichler (avec Florine Silvant)- Direction artistique : Adèle Humbert et Julien Tharaud - Réalisation : Clément Ibrahim - Musique originale : Julien Tharaud - Musiques additionnelles : Julien Tharaud et Sébastien Guidis - Communication : Kelly Decroix - Visuel : Sidonie Mangin
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Life in the Peloton is proudly brought to you by Rapha It is her first appearance on the pod, you might know her from her larger-than-life social media presence, or you might have watched her progress through the women´s peloton, but you´ll definitely know her as the Queen of Roubaix, after her triumphant victory there this year, and I´m super excited to be chatting to Alison Jackson this week. I couldn´t wait to hear about her epic 2023 Paris – Roubaix win, where she won so impressively, and etched her name in the cycling history books by becoming only the third-ever female winner of the race. Her post-win finish line dance catapulted her from exalted winner to something of cycling legend, and she´s known as this big-energy person that comes across online (if you´re not currently a follower, do yourself a favour and go check out her Instagram and TikTok), where she just keeps it real and has such a fun vibe. But Roubaix really cemented her position in the pro peloton, and announced to the world that she´s an excellent tactical rider and a natural racer – you just don´t find yourself in that position at a race like that for any other reason. I wanted to hear all about how Alison made the leap from Canada to Europe – a challenge all pro cyclists go through but with varied success. It was refreshing to hear Alison´s take on what it takes to be a pro, and how you get through those challenging early years where you´re missing home, you´re just not happy in Europe and to top it all off, you´re getting your head kicked in at races. It can set off a real downward spiral for many riders, but for Alison it was the racing that kept her Euro dreams alive - she just absolutely loves to race. And finally, we had a bit of a chat about where female cycling is headed, and the immense changes it has gone through in recent years – the increase in tactics, professionalism, and support and the flow-on effect this is having on the dynamics of women's racing. As you can probably tell, this episode was a lot of fun to put together, and I hope you love listening to Alison´s story as much as I did. Cheers, Mitch
Guillem Balague is one of soccer's most famous journalists, regardless of country. Renowned for his ability to capture the emotion and personality of the game, he is a major part of CBS's developing and entertaining soccer coverage. And, with a new documentary series on Paramount Plus, there is no better time to learn more about Balague.In this interview, Balague talks about Destination: European Nights, which is now available on Paramount Plus. The six-part documentary series has the Spanish journalist travel around Europe during the UEFA Champions League. World Soccer Talk's Kyle Fansler asks Balague about what it is like to travel around and get to know all these different cultures. With visits to Georgia, Israel and the usual cathedrals of the sport, Balague has a better understanding of European soccer than most.Outside of that, Balague also discusses his work with non-League side Biggleswade United, which is in the ninth tier of the English pyramid. There, he is the chairman of the club. Finally, Balague talks about his relationship with Grant Wahl. Like Balague, Wahl was an influential journalist, particularly in the American soccer scene. The two were colleagues, and Balague was with Wahl just before the latter passed away during the World Cup. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The boys come together to chat on the hottest new topic in professional golf, the merging of PGA, LIV, and DP World Tour. It's golf, but louder....in Europe....with cuts? Don't forget to check out the Prism Collection range finders from Pinned Golf, available in 9 different colors. Click the link below for 10% off! Link: https://pinnedgolf.com/?ref=LifeInTheRough
At the Future Countryside Conference in Hertfordshire policy makers and farmers, land owners, conservationists and campaigners have been discussing how to make the countryside inclusive and meaningful for everyone. How can it deliver food, cleaner rivers and air, store carbon and offer people a place to visit and enjoy? We hear how this vision relies on a combination of personal will and public policy-making All week we're discussing gene editing - also known as precision breeding. It's been just over two months since The Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Act passed into law in England (but not in Wales, Northern Ireland or Scotland). The government says it's a major step in innovation and will help ensure food security in the face of climate change. The change in the law comes just as the results of Europe's first-ever field trial of a gene-edited wheat, are published. We report from the trial site at Rothamsted Research in Hertfordshire where scientists are developing a variety that will produce less harmful acyrilamide Presenter = Anna Hill Producer = Rebecca Rooney
The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy
Cybersecurity & Privacy with Ganesh Krishnan and Punit Bhatia in The FIT4Privacy Podcast E088 S4 We all care about the security of our data, especially in a world where cyber-attacks are becoming more and more sophisticated making us a little more vulnerable. That's what we'll be discussing with our guest today, to get more insight on the subject. Watch this podcast about cybersecurity and privacy with Ganesh Krishnan and Punit Bhatia. KEY CONVERSATION POINTS Difference between cybersecurity and security Data Protection and Cybersecurity Scalability of the security organization Challenges of the cybersecurity landscape ABOUT THE GUEST Meet Ganesh Krishnan, a cybersecurity superhero with over 25 years of experience protecting the digital world from cyber threats. As a two-time founder with a track record of success at some of the world's top tech companies, he's earned a reputation as a thought leader at the forefront of cybersecurity. Now at the helm of Anzenna, his latest security startup, he's out to revolutionize the industry by making cybersecurity accessible to every employee, not just the security team. Ganesh first realized his passion for digital security in college, working in the Purdue University cybersecurity lab. After earning his master's in Computer Science in 1997, he immediately got to work in the industry. Over the next two decades he worked his way to top-level security and engineering roles at companies like Yahoo!, LinkedIn, and Atlassian, as well landing a spot on the Forbes Technology Council. In 2017 Ganesh launched his first company, an AI-powered cybersecurity startup called Avid Secure, which was acquired after only 18 months. But despite his success, he wasn't content to rest on his laurels. He realized that in order to meet the challenges that lie ahead in the field of cybersecurity, the industry needed a paradigm shift. So he launched a new company, Anzenna, with a simple yet powerful goal: to reimagine cybersecurity by empowering every employee with simple and effective security tools. They may be just getting started, but if Ganesh's past performance is any indicator, the world of digital security is about to change forever. ABOUT THE HOST Punit Bhatia is one of the leading privacy experts who works independently and has worked with professionals in over 30 countries. Punit works with business and privacy leaders to create an organization culture with high privacy awareness and compliance as a business priority. Selectively, Punit is open to mentor and coach privacy professionals. Punit is the author of books “Be Ready for GDPR” which was rated as the best GDPR Book, “AI & Privacy – How to Find Balance”, “Intro To GDPR”, and “Be an Effective DPO”. Punit is a global speaker who has spoken at over 30 global events. Punit is the creator and host of the FIT4PRIVACY Podcast. This podcast has been featured amongst top GDPR and privacy podcasts. As a person, Punit is an avid thinker and believes in thinking, believing, and acting in line with one's value to have joy in life. He has developed the philosophy named ‘ABC for joy of life' which passionately shares. Punit is based out of Belgium, the heart of Europe. RESOURCES Websites: www.fit4privacy.com , www.punitbhatia.com Podcast: https://www.fit4privacy.com/podcast Blog: https://www.fit4privacy.com/blog YouTube: http://youtube.com/fit4privacy --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fit4privacy/message