The act of traveling and searching for resources or for information about the land or space itself
Explorer, paleoanthropologist and evolutionary biologist Ella Al-Shamahi joins us this week to chat about where we may see the earth in 7 years time and her defying new show Our Changing Planet! In Science in the News we hear about the Mars Rovers latest progress in its expedition and we answer your questions, this week we find out why we get sore throats and why the sky is blue! We also catch up with Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanobot in their Map of Medicine series, and today we better sit up straight as its all about back pain and posture! In our new Deep Space High Series we are looking back on the earth to find out about gravity! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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We're not kidding this week as we talk about two tales of out-of-control alien children: the 1985 Joe Dante film "Explorers" and the TOS episode "The Squire of Gothos"!'60s Face is a real affliction.Give us a review on iTunes!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/backtrekking/id1464298918Join the Just Enough Trope Discord!https://discord.gg/8xA2UJE4
The guys discuss Explorer's shakeup, possible HS balance changes, and why we don't need the 25 bonus MMR in Storybook Brawl. Please leave a review of the show on iTunes! iTunes Page Join our Discord!: discord.gg/xECSW5K Facebook us: https://www.facebook.com/BrewmastersCast/ Support us on Patreon!: www.patreon.com/BrewmastersCast Tweet us: @BrewmastersCast, @Cosgrove_C, @NigelTheLondon, @Kindabigdeal44 Follow us on Twitch!: Darryl Twitch Nigel Twitch Chase Twitch
“J'ai un profond sentiment d'appartenance en ayant pu retrouver ma culture dans mon métier et je me sens en paix lorsque j'en parle.”Elmine Kouyaté est une serial entrepreneure multiculturelle engagée dans l'économie circulaire. Elle s'est réinstallé dans son pays natal en Côte d'Ivoire avec un projet innovant pour produire des champignons hors sol sur du compost valorisé. Elle revient sur ses plus beaux apprentissages pour réussir à transformer le rejet culturel de ses frères et sœurs ivoiriens en une force pour son projet : S'accorder des temps d'introspection pour accueillir et comprendre le feedback de ses consommateurs et de la société. Explorer son identité interculturelle et revenir à ses racines familiales.Impliquer des personnes influentes locales au cœur du projet.Faire des recherches sur les modes de consommation pour créer des ponts culturels.Programme cité : Elmine a bénéficié d'un programme d'accompagnement pour passer à l'échelle avec Empow'Her en Côte d'Ivoire.Le projet de l'interviewée : Elmine a fondé l'entreprise Axiomm qui produit, transforme et commercialise des champignons pleurotes sur des déchets organiques. Pionnière de l'économie circulaire et de l'ESS en Côte d'Ivoire, Axiomm valorise les résidus verts en compost avec une agriculture hors sol, accompagne des personnes en réinsertion et fait la promotion des produits locaux.La réalisatrice de ce podcast : Marion Hébert est facilitatrice et consultante indépendante auprès d'organisations et entrepreneurs à impact. Passionnée d'intelligence collective et d'éducation inclusive, elle est aussi Responsable Pédagogique et Essaimage pour l'association Kodiko qui favorise l'insertion socio-professionnelle de personnes réfugiées. Avec les podcast Vécus, elle aime rencontrer des personnes inspirantes et mettre en valeur leur engagement.Vécus est un podcast collaboratif de Ticket for Change, fait par et pour les acteurs de changement. Pour suivre nos actualités : https://bit.ly/3eWoVRx Toi aussi tu veux apprendre à faire des podcasts et pourquoi pas devenir podcasteur Vécus ? Suis notre formation en ligne : https://bit.ly/3uYb3Nf Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
This week's episode starts with Dave telling a shaggy dog story while fumbling through the Seinfeld theme on his bass — so you know it's going to be a loose one. Fortunately, Shane and Stan quickly bring the three friends back on track (within the first 4 minutes, we swear) and take us all through Winota's ban in Explorer, four different challenges across Modern and Pioneer, and finally some of their testing results with Winota and Izzet Phoenix in Pioneer. Stan rolls to a non-interactive 4-1. Shane can't stop shreddin. Dave can't stop slappin the bass. The Break Down, I: Winota's Gone in Explorer! The Break Down, II: Kicking Bass in a Bunch of Challenges The Dive Down: Winota's Here in Pioneer! So is Phoenix! Become a citizen of The Dive Down Nation!: http://www.patreon.com/thedivedown Check out our sponsor Barrister and Mann! https://www.barristerandmann.com/ Use code THEDIVEDOWN2022 for 15% off your first order of some incredible fragrances, soaps, beard oils, and more. Get 15% off your first 2 months of ManaTraders! https://www.manatraders.com/?medium=thedivedown and use code "THEDIVEDOWN15" Timestamps: 5:40 - Housekeeping 8:46 - The Break Down begins - The first Explorer bans 17:11 - Saturday's Pioneer Challenge 28:49 - Sunday's Pioneer Challenge 35:30 - Cool Decks, Inc - Pioneer ed. 38:48 - Saturday's Modern Challenge 46:23 - Sunday's Modern Challenge 52:26 - Public Smelling Stories 55:58 - The Dive Down - Stan's hot takes on Winota 1:00:16 - Fable of the Mirror breaker is a protection spell 1:04:00 - Esika's Chariot = Splinter Twin 1:06:58 - Deck mull good 1:09:25 - Enablers are good 1:12:05 - Modern vs. Pioneer gameplay discussion 1:20:05 - Shane casts blue and red cards 1:34:00 - Shane's thoughts on Izzet Phoenix in Explorer 1:41:56 - Stan cracks a pack 1:44:35 - Closing out Links from this week's episode: May 11 B&R: https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/magic-digital/may-11-2022-banned-and-restricted-announcement Saturday's Pio Challenge: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/pioneer-challenge-12418751#paper Sunday's Pio Challenge: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/pioneer-challenge-12418755#paper Saturday's Modern Challenge: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/modern-challenge-12418748#paper Sunday's Modern Challenge: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/modern-challenge-12418754#paper Naya Winota in Pioneer: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/deck/4818484#paper Izzet Phoenix in Explorer: https://mtgazone.com/explorer-izzet-phoenix-deck-guide/ Our opening music is Nowhere - You Never Knew, and our closing music is Space Blood - Goro? Is That Your Christian Name? Watch us stream our episodes every Sunday night at 8pm Central: https://www.twitch.tv/thedivedown_shane email us: email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) twitter: https://twitter.com/thedivedown
Daniel Kleinmann is an early-stage venture investor at the Explorer 1 Fund. He invests in companies that are fundamental to the success of the new space economy. Listen in! Key Highlights: [00:01 - 17:14] Get to Know the Space Industry The first wave of the space economy was started in 2017 when SpaceX achieved reusability with its launch vehicles. This opened up the doors to send more assets into space, which has resulted in experts believing there will be 150,000 satellites in orbit by the year 2057. The second wave of the space economy is focused on building infrastructure and orbit to support all the volume of satellites and assets up there. This includes developing refueling hubs for satellites, data relay systems, and moving things around in space. Daniel discusses timelines and points out that there are already some investments in place, as well as opportunities for new investment in space infrastructure and applications. . [17:15 - 26:39] Insider Updates and Space Travel Facts The lunar economy is something to be excited about. NASA is going back to the moon at the end of this year, and there's the human landing system in place. There are a number of factors that contribute to the high price of space launches, including geopolitical tensions and the need for reliable and reusable vehicles. Additionally, the new space economy is producing a number of talented entrepreneurs, and there are a variety of geographies where private investments in space are being made. [26:40 - 29:38] Stepping into the Space Industry A big misconception about getting into the industry is thinking that it will take too long and too much capital to establish a space industry. It's important to have the right mix of technical and investing backgrounds to be able to tackle the space industry. The timing for establishing a space industry is ripe with opportunity. [29:39 - 31:35] Closing Segment Reach out to be educated and be up-to-date with what's happening in the new space economy. Key Quote: “[In the space industry], being the provider isn't always the most efficient thing to do, and becoming a customer was a lot better.” - Daniel Kleinmann “Timelines are probably the most important thing when you're investing in a brand new economy.” - Daniel Kleinmann Connect with Daniel: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-kleinmann-67a3a4a7/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-kleinmann-67a3a4a7/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/DanielKleinman4 (@DanielKleinman4) Connect with me onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-c-adams/ ( LinkedIn)! LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, AND LEAVE US A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in and Stay Tuned for the Next Episode COMING SOON!
In this week's episode of the Psychology of Eating Podcast, Marc David works with Jessica, who was diagnosed with Hashimoto's hypothyroidism over ten years ago. She would like to find natural alternatives for the pharmaceuticals she's been using to manage her condition, as well as find ways to heal the Hashimoto's-related digestive challenges she's been experiencing. Eating psychology expert and nutrition consultant Marc David does a deep dive with Jessica on some of the most important things she can do for her health, including how to find a great functional medicine practitioner who can over see her care. He offers a variety of nutritional and supplemental strategies to experiment with including high-quality fats especially essential fatty acids, and natural alternatives to Synthroid, along with a discussion of why certain approaches — like avoiding gluten — don't seem to work for everyone affected by Hashimoto's. -------------------- Interested in becoming a health coach, or inspired to heal your own challenges with food and body? Then join us this May 31 to June 6, 2022, for our live event series about the Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training: https://training.psychologyofeating.com/live/. We hope you'll join in! Learn more about The Institute for the Psychology of Eating: https://psychologyofeating.com/ Sign up for our free professional series on training with us as a health coach: https://lp.psychologyofeating.com/eating-psychology-video-series/ Follow us on social: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IPEfanpage - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eatingpsychology/ - Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/eatingpsych #psychologyofeating #foodpsychology #nutritionconsult #hashimotos #hashimotosdiet #hashimotoshealing #hypothyroidism #thyroidhealth #thyroidhealing #endocrinologist #integrativemedicine #functionalmedicine #ifm #overeating #digestion #standingdesk #dietaryfat #essentialfattyacids #plantbasedliving #holistichealth #holisticremedies #holisticmedicine #naturalhealing #empoweryourself
Episode 89Become a Patron!Greetings, Explorers! After a short break due to our co-host Johnny being tied up with up a semester of school, we're back with some new-ish episodes (we recorded the next couple of episodes at the beginning of the year). We're kicking off the rest of our season with Batman: Zero Year. Published by DC comics the story in 2013. Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV wrote the story, with art by Greg Capullo.Set within DC's New 52 Universe, Batman: Zero Year is a new telling of the early days of Batman's career. Additionally, it wraps up Snyder and Capullo's run on Batman comics.Aubrey, Dennis, and Johnny starts things off chatting about Batman: Year Zero's connection to Batman: Last Knight on Earth, which we reviewed in Episode 81. Next, they discuss if Batman stories even need to be told at this point. Finally, they look at the Batman Eggs (Batman + Easter Eggs) in the story. Additional topics include Jim Gordon's coat; the Robin who isn't a Robin, wears a Batman symbol, but isn't a Batman either; the sexual tension between two of the characters (and it's not who you'd expect it to be); finding the time to move to Metropolis; "That rubbed me the right way"; and last, but not certainly not least, the storytelling and art of Batman: Year Zero. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Intro: David Schwimmer, Zazie Beetz, Grace Gummer, and Joe Sikora teach us about sexual harassment, Let Me Run This By You: I think a ghost is peeing in my basement. Fulling mills, alcoholics, Johnny Depp, Britney Spears.FULL TRANSCRIPT (unedited):2 (10s):And I'm Gina Pulice.1 (11s):We went to theater school together. We survived it, but we didn't quite understand it.2 (15s):20 years later, we're digging deep talking to our guests about their experiences and trying to make sense of it all.1 (21s):We survived theater school and you will too. Are we famous yet?2 (39s):Hello? Hello. Hello survivors. This is Gina reporting to you on a beautiful spring day. I hope it is a beautiful spring day wherever you are, or if it's not, I hope it will be very soon. We are guests lists in this episode today, as I reported to a couple of weeks ago should happens. We had recorded a great episode with a lovely person and just their audio didn't record at all. You know, just one of those things like internet gremlins, bloody body boss. So we're going to re up with him at some point, but we do have coming down the pike, a few really great episodes, including Glen Davis, the director of Steppenwolf theater company and Trammel Tillman, the actor who plays Mr.2 (1m 28s):Mel chick and severance. And if you listen to this podcast, do you know how much I love severance? I'm really, really excited about that one also Sumia Taka Shima. So we've got some really fantastic interviews lined up. I hope you will be tuning in and the upcoming weeks. And just another note to say, thank you so much for your ongoing support and listenership. We really love doing this podcast. Love making it for you. So we love that you enjoy listening to it. And if you haven't already, you should check out our website, undeniable writers.com and our social media.2 (2m 14s):We're on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Do you think we should get off of Facebook? Well, do you think we should get on Facebook? Do you think we should get off Twitter? See, I really want to make the great break. I want to get away from social media, but I feel I'm trapped now. You know, because professionally and personally, it's a great way to connect with a lot of people that I otherwise wouldn't be able to connect with, but it's, it's just this equal parts, terrible and wonderful creation, and we're all completely addicted to it. So, you know, who knows what's who knows how this is gonna work out for us?2 (2m 55s):Honestly, it could go either way. We could figure out a way to manage this problem and get on top of it and figure out a way to have enjoyment, but not addiction to social media. Or we could all find ourselves waking up in the middle of a Handmaid's tale. I mean, we are kind of headed that way. It's really looking like people want us to live in Gilliad. And for whatever reason, I just don't feel like people who don't want to live in Gilliad are good at making it so that we don't live in Gilead, myself included. What am I doing? I'm donating money.2 (3m 36s):I mean, fat, lot of good. That really does so, wow. This is taking a bad turn. I don't mean for it to do that. I really want to express my love and appreciation for you all and my excitement about our upcoming episodes and my wish that you connect with us on social media, that's killing us all. And I hope you enjoy today's episode, which we are entitling. I'm going to have to accept that. I will always look like Dora the Explorer at some point, please enjoy Hey, sexual harassment training.2 (4m 41s):So in order for my son to get his work permit, you know, through, you have to go through this training and it said it would take an hour. And I was thinking like, is that really gonna take an hour? It's like one full hour because it's one of these, did you ever have to do it? Yeah. You can't go to the next slide until1 (5m 2s):No, no. They make sure your ass is there for an hour. Gina.2 (5m 6s):That's right. And you know, I do have to say it is something I really miss about California. People complain about the bureaucracy and the, you know, and in this training, you know, it's infantilizing in certain ways. But like, if you have to make things accessible to all people and it's like, if it's infantilizing to you or you already know it, consider yourself lucky. Well also about the people that don't already know, it like1 (5m 37s):Gina, the, the majority of our world, especially those who harass people are in like infants who need hand-holding. So we need to infantilize them because they're fucking infants and they need this shit from the ground. Like, dude, I love it. Like, I love the fact that they won't, that they won't like fast-forward until you wash them. Because you know, these motherfuckers, the people who really need to watch it would fast forward through the whole thing and think they don't need it.2 (6m 9s):Yeah. I mean, maybe we actually need to be infantilizing. I am often accused of, You know, expecting too much from people, you know, like I just, the number of times somebody says to me, yeah. But I just don't think most people will understand that or, you know, think about it that way. Anyway, I completed it. And it was so the one you saw did it have like David Schwimmer and Zazie Beetz and Gracie Gummer I guess that was so sweet. And Joseph Cora,1 (6m 48s):Cora Joseph. I actually watched it with miles when miles, my husband had to do it for his new job. And I was like, I know all the And they must pay so much. I mean, like I either they're doing it for free or,2 (7m 4s):Oh, I assume they were doing it for free. I assumed it was like, we're doing this well. Cause it was through rain, rain made the videos. So I would assume that1 (7m 13s):People2 (7m 14s):Aren't asking rain to pay them1 (7m 16s):Like a million dollar2 (7m 18s):Scale or whatever.1 (7m 21s):No, my fee is actually 1.3 million for this sexual harassment for2 (7m 27s):Video, the second video1 (7m 28s):And tire rape video. Yeah. You're going to pay me anyway.2 (7m 33s):Hey, how are you? I love your crushed blue velvet.1 (7m 37s):Thank you. I, yeah, my, my standard thing now is like, I literally have like 10 meetings a day, which is hilarious. So a lot of it is my students getting ready to launch. So a lot of it is really motivated and highly stressed, 22 year olds that are like, ha who? And I love it. And I love meeting with them and they also are, you know, just exactly where we were the same thing of like, and in fact, a lot of them, yeah. They're ahead of where we were, because at least they know there's a fucking problem,2 (8m 18s):Right? Yeah. There, they don't necessarily have their head all the way up inside of the crevice of their ass. Like I did. Exactly. Well. That's cool. Yeah.1 (8m 29s):So I'm doing that. And like, I don't know. There was something I thought if you, I feel like I haven't talked to you in so long.2 (8m 36s):I agree. Well, I think it's because you have so many meetings. You're busy all day long. Thank goodness you have your new fancy office. How's it working?1 (8m 44s):I do. It's working great. We haven't, I'm in the focus room now because we don't have our rug yet. And our rug will mask all the sound. And also, yeah, I didn't to be in a booth. So we have these tall booths that are, are for doing this kind of thing, but the seat I'm old and the chair is not that comfortable. So I'm in the focus from, there's also a pumping room Moms. I don't go in that room, but there's a refrigerator in there. Like you can put your breast milk.2 (9m 14s):A cool,1 (9m 14s):Hilarious.2 (9m 16s):I pumped in so many disgusting places pumped at Yankee stadium. Yes. Like in the women's bathroom, take me out to the ball game or something like that. I've pumped in many bathrooms. I've pumped in while driving I've driving. Yes. It's, it's hard to be a woman. Did I tell you about Jesse Klein's book?1 (9m 45s):No.2 (9m 46s):Wait, Jesse Klein is a writer and she, she wrote her second book. First one was called. You'll grow out of it. And the second one, this one is called, I'll see myself out. She was the sh writer for inside Amy Schumer. She's now the show runner for, I love that for you, which I want to watch.1 (10m 5s):Yeah. I did not read the books and you love the first one, right? Or2 (10m 9s):I love the first one and I love the second one. The second one. She just, I mean, the thing about, cause she, she just really states a very, very, very true truth, which is that what certain women who are mothers just don't see a lot of like their experience of motherhood reflected in, in, Out there. Right. When I was pregnant with my first child, I read a book called the girlfriend's guide to having a baby. I picked this, it talked about infantilizing and finalizing only named book title, you know, from the other options because the other ones seemed, if you can believe even cornea or even worse in my lasting impression.2 (11m 1s):I mean, there was not that it was all terrible. I read that and I read a Jenny McCarthy book.1 (11m 5s):I was going to say, did you read the Jenny? That was your option.2 (11m 9s):That was my options. And my lasting impression of the girlfriend's guide book was like, it was a lot about how you were going to lose the weight after the baby. And her thing was like, this was her advice at the beginning of the week, make an enormous vegetable stew. And every time you're hungry, grab yourself a cup of this tasteless flavorless calorie list.1 (11m 40s):Oh my2 (11m 41s):God. And my ass, I did try to do it. I tried for like, cause I came home and I was like, oh, I still am six months pregnant. It looks like. So I, at that time, in my life, it was very concerned about getting back to my pre-baby weight, which never happens for most of us. And, and I basically, while I was nursing, I basically starved myself on this vegetable route. And all of this is to say, Jesse Klein says the unsayable. She speaks the taboos of like, listen, sometimes you regret being a mom. There are days where you're like, it wasn't worth it the other days where you say it was, but you're not allowed to ever feel like what gets reflected back to us as like, you know, you're so lucky.2 (12m 29s):It's a sh it's a miracle you should just forever be grateful for.1 (12m 34s):Well, the other thing that I'm noticing is, and you know, it's apropos mother's day just happened. Right? So I'm also noticing that there are, there's another school of people that are saying that our childless women are childless people, but mostly childless women that I know that are like, well, they did it to themselves. So like, I don't feel bad for them. And I don't have that feeling. I don't have kids, but I, I definitely feel like it is a choice for most people to have a kid. And I mean, if our government has its way, it will be a choice. Right. It'll be just your forest, but most people have a choice. And so, but just because you make a choice, this is my other thing.1 (13m 15s):And it's the same with like, people that, you know, talk about like people choosing to do drugs and choosing just because someone makes a choice does not mean that they are, they, they should deserve to suffer in some horrible way. If they're not happy with the choice or they've made a choice that on some days they feel like it wasn't the right choice. So I feel like to say like, oh, F mothers breeders and all that stuff. That is also for me not okay, because what it is saying is that right? Like, because you made this choice at a given point in your life, you now are like deserve any bad thing that comes from that choice.1 (13m 54s):And I don't believe, I feel three the best they can every day, whether it's a kid or whatever to get through. And so I think that's the backlash of, you know, the opposite of, of the childless movement, which is like people who choose to have children are somehow also for, I don't know.2 (14m 14s):Yeah. Well, we're all assholes. This is the point1 (14m 18s):Your essay was asshole. Just like us. So2 (14m 21s):That's like us, they are us. We are the assholes, all, every single one of us. So yeah. I, I mean, I totally understand. I see all sides of that argument. I see. I can understand why women who don't have want to have children feel, I understand why they are. They feel angry because they are made to feel like there's something wrong with them by multiple people, including therapists. And as you experienced seemingly benign comments that people think just being, I mean, do you get, do you get a lot of flack about not having kids? No.1 (14m 56s):I think I would, if my parents were alive, so I'm kind of glad they're dead on that way. And then also, because, because it would, my mom, well, the thing is that my mom, when I was taking care of her, the funny story is that she was pressuring me to have kids with miles and we had just gotten married and she was dying and it was not the right time clearly. And then towards the end, after when she was really dying, dying, and I was taking care of her and I was like, I would like boss her around because she wouldn't do what I said. I was like, mom, you cannot do this. You can not do that. Like I was so worried about her that I became a giant pain in the ass and she was like, maybe it's better. You don't have kids2 (15m 51s):For the last two years since we got actually, before we got Wallace, the dog, we had Millie the rabbit.1 (15m 59s):I2 (16m 1s):Was a sad APOC with Millie of the rabbit. My son wanted a rabbit. I said, no, my husband bought it when I was out of town. And I knew, yeah, I know I went out of town.1 (16m 16s):Well, it didn't, you do get a dog in Oakland when, when Aaron was out of town and you,2 (16m 21s):He wasn't out of town. I was just like on a walk with my friend that I came home with a dog. Yes.1 (16m 25s):And he said, and he said, something happened. And he said, did you meet bill Cosby? Yeah.2 (16m 29s):And she thought, I said, you have to come home because there's somebody I want you to meet. And all he could imagine it was that it was bill cost. Right? Yeah. Got it. Yeah. He would have been worried. So yeah. So when my son had Millie the rabbit, you know, he was learning what it means to take care of another creature. And he wasn't always that excited to take care of her. And one of the things that he did was let her free roam around certain places, which was against the rules. And one of the places that she free roamed was in our basement, which meant that she peed and pooped.2 (17m 9s):And we're, you know, years later we're still finding a little thing. Anyway, this meant that when we got Wallace, the dog and he went into the basement, he immediately peed off1 (17m 20s):All the things.2 (17m 21s):Correct. And so we stopped letting him go into the basement. I bought a case of this urine foam deodorizer shit. Cause we had rugs down there. That's in work. We threw the rugs away. We got carpet tiles. The idea like if it happens in one place we can clean or, or get rid of this one tile when I have to replace a whole rug. And that dog has not to, my knowledge has not been in the basement for at least a year. And it still smells like pee. We have steam cleaned and, and foam till the cows come up. When I tell you this is something I have dealt with every single day, since we've basically, since we've lived here, I it's no exaggeration.2 (18m 9s):And So what it is is my obsession. My obsessionality focuses on one of these things. All my energy gets put into this. When we lived in New York, it was the rats and the mice. Now it's the P So I, I approached this, like I am going to dominate the S P smell. Then my life is going to be complete. And I finally did it. I S I said, there's no more cleaning these carpet tiles. We've got to take them all up, which was very difficult to do. And we took them all up. I was so proud because I had to really face it, you know, getting down on my hands and knees.2 (18m 51s):I had to really contend with that. Smelling P is like the worst thing for me. I was so proud of myself, my two sons and I, we did all of the work. It didn't smell like pee last night for the very first time the whole family hung out in the basement because we have fun stuff to do down there. We've got a ping pong table and gymnastics equipment and workout stuff. And my daughter, and has been worked down there and I'm like, I'm going to join them. It doesn't suck to be in the basement anymore. We're having a great time. I felt like I was the, one of those prescription commercials. The montage1 (19m 27s):With the medicines like called like rejuvenate X or like Family.2 (19m 33s):I'm throwing my head back and laughing. And we're just enjoying this, having a grand old time. And I decided I'm going to move the laundry along. Cause our laundry is down there. And I pick up this thing of clean wash and stuff. I start folding. I pick up one, I smell pee.1 (19m 55s):Oh my God. Oh my God.2 (19m 57s):And I looked down and the laundry basket that it was put in was a cloth basket all around the bottom. I see it like a four inch ring of yellow around the bottom of my laundry basket. The basket. Well, here are my options for what happened. A Wallace knows how to open the door and goes downstairs to pee. When nobody's looking, it seems unlikely B he somehow gets down there when somebody forgets to close the door. But even then it seems unlikely. Cause I wouldn't. I would know if that happened with any frequency.2 (20m 40s):See, There's a ghost peeing in my Apigee1 (20m 47s):Ghost.2 (20m 48s):Migos1 (20m 49s):Unlikely,2 (20m 51s):Unlikely.1 (20m 54s):I2 (20m 54s):S I F I felt like I was going crazy. I felt last night with this issue, I thought I'll never be free from this.1 (21m 4s):You're like Plagued with the P.2 (21m 7s):And you know, the street that we live on is called fulling mill and a fulling mill is refers to a place where in the process of creating Textiles, they did something with the sh the wool and the S and it had to be cleaned with urine1 (21m 29s):Shuts your mouth this way.2 (21m 32s):Yes. Ma'am yes. Ma'am this entire area. A little clock that I live1 (21m 37s):On2 (21m 39s):Was, is named for what it was. And this one, this town was founded in the 17 hundreds, which was the place down by the water where they cleaned, wash the wool with urine, for whatever reason. Yeah. I mean, could it be that we are just dealing with 300 years Of1 (21m 60s):P well,2 (22m 1s):Hasn't seen, right.1 (22m 2s):I know I it's one of your kids pig and the baskets.2 (22m 6s):I mean, well, in this particular basket, it was around the outside of it.1 (22m 11s):No. So Sue Wallace picked up the leg. We put, what was her2 (22m 17s):Around it? Not just like in one spot,1 (22m 20s):It doesn't make any sense. So we have no answers still.2 (22m 24s):I have no answers. I threw away the laundry basket and it doesn't smell like pee down there any more. But I just, I just realized like, okay, well, this is where it's about my obsession and my intolerance, right? When we lived in New York, I was so traumatized by the rats and the mice. And I just became so deeply intolerant. And that's how it works with fears, as you know, oh,1 (22m 49s):The2 (22m 50s):More you back away from it, the worse it is. Right.1 (22m 53s):And also it's, you're like super, what was it? It was, it's not entirely, it's not intolerant. It's also unreasonable. We become totally on it is an intolerant, but it's like, we become unreasonable about our willingness not to let go of the thing. Like, I, I get it. I've been there when I am. I've been there. But like, what I'm really anointed is is that you're not telling me the answer to what happened. We don't know2 (23m 20s):Girl. I do not know. I don't know.1 (23m 24s):No.2 (23m 25s):No.1 (23m 26s):Okay. So it hasn't flooded. You've never had, so we just don't know how and no other, where there any other laundry baskets in the basement that have this problem?2 (23m 36s):No. Okay. Here's what all allow for allow for This possible, even though the dog never pees inside the house, to my knowledge, you know, I mean, he's two years old now. He really, to my knowledge, hasn't done it in at least a year. Maybe at some point, one of this basket was in my daughter's room. He sometimes sleeps in there, but, but even then I felt like I would have smelled it when I walked in the room,1 (24m 3s):I feel like he would have done it. Why around the basket, this doesn't make any sense.2 (24m 7s):It makes no sense. It makes no sense. I'm choosing to think about it. Like, yeah, there's, there's, there's the logistical practical thing of like, figuring out what happened and try not to let it happen again. But then there's the other, perhaps more important thing, which is, well, it's the, if you're going to pick this to be your thing, you know, you're always going to be vexed by it. That's what I'm, that's what I, it just didn't occur to me really until last night. Like, I'm, there's a part of this that I am doing to myself. Yes. It's P whatever, like we clean it and we move on. Right.1 (24m 42s):So, you know, it is, it is sort of, to me what the P represents in terms of, for me, it's a very, I have a dog that is a very, very bad dog. And she, what is it? What does it mean? If I have a very bad dog? What does it mean that if my dog is not civilized and behaved or doesn't give a shit about following rules, or it means that I have done something wrong and I cannot get clean. Like, it just it's, it cannot, I cannot get clean. Like that is the feeling is I can not, I can never do it. Right. I can never have a perfect dog.1 (25m 23s):And why, why other people seem to, I can't get my dog to be perfect. And it is, it becomes an obsession obsession. So like, my dog got put in timeout, you know, a daycare and like, I could not get over it. I was like, why? I was like, wait, what does this mean? Like I had a whole thing and she has not been back to daycare sentence because I'm like, I cannot risk her going. And then, then she got kennel cough, which is the real reason. And it's expensive as hell. But underneath there is this thing of like, I do not want to deal with my dog getting a bad report every time that she did something rotten and went to time out, time out, which is like five minutes alone with a person it's not even a thing, but like, it is a thing to me.1 (26m 6s):So I get it. And I also do think that it's, I have to I'm of two minds, right? Cause like I'm of the mystery, true crime mind, like I'm trying to figure out. And the, the, and the other mind is the psychological realism. Mine. That's like, no, this is about you and your need to want to be perfect, you know, and want to have a perfect basement where you can have the perfect pharmaceutical commercial.2 (26m 31s):Yes. And you know what also just drives me nuts about myself is that every time I have this moment, I have a satisfying moment like that. I can't really load into like, and so this is how it's always going to be now. I really1 (26m 49s):Believe2 (26m 50s):This is how it's supposed to be. And it's like, and I finally figured out how to do it as if any happy moment isn't just fleeting or, you know, lasts for however long it lasts. Yeah.1 (27m 0s):Right. And we're told that they, you know, like they do and that, you know, it's just like every, any time I cut my hair, I'm looking at my neck. It's always turns into Dora the Explorer hair. I cannot stop my hair for being Dora the Explorer. And it's just because it's thick. So she can, she razors it's down. She does all the things. But as soon as it starts to grow, it is Dora the Explorer hair. And I am just going to have to embrace the door or the hair or2 (27m 32s):Jumps, or1 (27m 33s):Just shaved my head.2 (27m 35s):And also, I mean, take heart because most people who are going through menopause start really losing their hair. So you're still growing loud and proud.1 (27m 45s):It's like a triangle head. I just said, yeah,2 (27m 48s):I know. I get the same thing. It's just1 (27m 50s):Thick. And like, what is happening? Oh yeah. Anyway,2 (27m 54s):How much would she charge if you just asked every couple of weeks to go back in just for a quick ride?1 (27m 57s):Sure. I could do that. I could do that. And then, but then, then I have to confront my fear of breaking the salon chair. Remember that whole fear. I have all these fears,2 (28m 6s):But you've sat in that chair and it didn't break. So1 (28m 9s):No, no, it's going to be fine.2 (28m 10s):I think you're good.1 (28m 11s):I'm going to be good. I'm going to be okay. So that's okay. So, but the other thing I have to say is like speaking of urine is I had a friend in high school who's and this is like pretty sad, but her dad was a drunk and every night he would drink and every night he would pee in the hamper because he would think it was the toilet. So he would walk to the, so this reminded me of that, of like, he was so wasted in the night, in the dark and he would get up in a drunken stupor every night. And then I was like, well, why don't you start? Like, I just, now I'm like, why didn't they move the hamper? Or first of all, why they get his ass out of, to rehab. But like, that's the Real underlying question, but like, why not move the hamper and like put a bowl or something.2 (28m 58s):That's an interesting that, that I don't know how that family responded to it. But like, but that way of thinking about it too, like, that's exactly what I would be thinking. Well, I just have to move the hamper.1 (29m 11s):That's also enable whole fucking bright.2 (29m 13s):Right, right. That is a sad story.1 (29m 17s):It happens a lot where people pee in corners and things. And I had died of a brain aneurysm later, but I had a friend who got so wasted. They literally shit in someone's houseplant. And didn't2 (29m 35s):Inside the house.1 (29m 36s):Yes. He tells, he tells a story about it and he, yeah, he shit in his, he was drunk and shit in, or maybe it was high. He was on drugs, something was wrong. And he found out later cause his friend I think told him,2 (29m 53s):Yeah. Right. It's like, Hey buddy, we gotta have a talk. I mean, I'm willing to put up with a lot, but it's shitting in my plants, shipment my ficus. That's where I got to draw the line.1 (30m 6s):All the2 (30m 6s):Things that it is likely. And by the way, I mean, I ever since writing the essay, like I can't pay any more attention to this Johnny Depp thing and whatever it does come my way. It's just sounds like it's like a bunch of fecal matter. And1 (30m 21s):Okay. So I had2 (30m 22s):None1 (30m 23s):After I read your essay, I was like, okay, let me just check it out. And I was at my friend Jesus house and she was like, you've got to listen. She had like it T vote or something. And she's like, I saved this for you to listen to, because I literally could not understand what he was saying. And I said what? She said, no, it is the most at the same time. And I, and I agree, monotonous mixed with mumble dialogue mix with circular logic, mixed with an effect mixed with pretend and mixed with benzodiazepines. I think he's on to keep him sober and like quote sober.1 (31m 4s):I literally thought, oh, this is a technique he's using to like lawless all into believing, whatever. He, it's so hard to track that the brain goes, just let it go. Like don't even2 (31m 20s):Right. Right. And he gets that privilege because, or he has traditionally because of his looks and his status. Yeah. Oh my God. I speak about looks and status. We predicted it. Brittany Spears is back on her bullshit posting nude selfies. I'm the girl is sick. The woman is sick. And I'm not saying she needs to have whatever, some draconian like guardianship, but she's, but now we know why, because she won't take her GED medicine because people like to feel manic. Right.1 (31m 51s):And also it's going2 (31m 52s):To end badly. It's going to end badly1 (31m 53s):And badly. And also the thing I, our friend on social media, Jimmy McDermott posted. Cause I posted like, you know, I want to write a pilot about this trial. And I said, but I'm going to like totally redo the costuming and the SATs. And then Jimmy mid-term had said, yeah, Johnny tap literally looks like he's the tour bus driver of the Al Capone tour in Chicago. Like he2 (32m 16s):Got, he1 (32m 17s):Does like2 (32m 18s):Three1 (32m 18s):Piece what's happening. So anyway, regardless of that, I just want to say like, don't the mumbling and the that's all for me. And this sort of smiling is so indicative of a manipulative, like person that has gotten away with so much shit. I don't care what you think of him in her. I mean, I, of course I care, but like my, my thing is always from the psychological point of view of what is coming across and what is the speaker trying to do either consciously or unconsciously. And my thing is he is trying to lull us into believing that everything's, he's saying, it's just, it's just so neither here nor there it's just so it's and I'm like, okay.1 (33m 3s):And she says, she says, dad, who, by the way, is recovering from a stroke, said, why won't this guy just shut the fuck up? What is he saying? And I said, exactly, exactly. Well, okay, well,2 (33m 18s):But, but silver lining there Jesus' dad was reading better. He's getting out amazing.1 (33m 23s):I just shut up and I was like, exactly,2 (33m 26s):Exactly, exactly. If you liked what you heard today, please give us a positive five star review and subscribe and tell your friends. I survived. Theater school is an undeniable ink production. Jen Bosworth, Ramirez and Gina plegia are the co-hosts. This episode was produced, edited and sound next by Gina for more information about this podcast or other goings on of undeniable, Inc. Please visit our email@example.com. 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This week we talk with a young supermom who wasn't feeling so super after suffering some severe health issues and injuries. But she was determined to be all she could be to her kids, so she bought a Pedego Stretch that was big enough for her two kids (7 and 5) to hop on back. And off they went to be (in her words) an "explorer extraordinaire" (at least in the eyes of her kids). Hear her heartwarming stories of riding again and sharing adventures with her kids like taking on the Gardens of the Gods in Colorado. Like the supermom she's determined to be (in spite of her injuries and illnesses). On this week's Pedego Podcast.
Adam Sachs, an award-winning culinary journalist and magazine editor, is the brains behind Silversea Cruises' S.A.L.T. (Sea and Land Taste) program. But prior to joining the cruise industry, Sachs graced the masthead of several magazines, from his first gig as a fact-checker for Conde Nast Traveler to his time at GQ and as Editor-in-Chief of Saveur, a food-focused entertainment and culinary travel magazine. Through his written work, he aims to celebrate the culture of the places he's visited — and the people he's met — through the lens of what's on a plate. In this episode of Humans of Travel, the three-time James Beard award-winning writer reflects on his early career as a foodie journalist and some of the most meaningful stories he's written, from an around-the-world trip on a single airline ticket to a New Zealand escapade planned completely by the Kiwis he met along the way. Listeners will also hear Sachs' take on how the food media landscape has changed, and what he predicts for the future of travel and food journalism. And finally, Sachs dives into the ins and outs of Silversea's new S.A.L.T. program, an onboard and onshore deep dive into the culinary culture of a sailing's ports of call. Note: This episode is sponsored by Windstar Cruises. INSIDE THIS EPISODE 01:00 Meet award-winning culinary journalist, Adam Sachs 04:00: Sachs details his early life in Louisville, Ky. and a childhood that didn't include food experimentation. 06:50: Two English teachers helped Sachs develop his love of writing in high school. 14:30: Sachs moves to New York, and his first magazine job was with Conde Nast Traveler as a fact-checker. 16:50: Sachs shares a behind-the-scenes look at two past stories he's written: An around-the-world trip on a single airline ticket, and a trip to New Zealand. 21:50: Sachs reflects on how the food media landscape has changed over the years, and what the future might look like for food and travel journalism. 29:55: Sachs gives listeners a deep-dive on Silversea's new S.A.L.T. project and its components: S.A.L.T. Lab, S.A.L.T. Bar and S.A.L.T. Experiences. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Silversea Cruises' S.A.L.T. Program ABOUT YOUR HOST Emma Weissmann is the Digital Managing Editor of TravelAge West, a print and online magazine for travel advisors based in the Western U.S. She is also the co-host of Trade Secrets, a podcast created with sister publication Travel Weekly. TravelAge West also produces national trade publications Explorer and Family Getaways, as well as events including the Future Leaders in Travel Retreat, Global Travel Marketplace West, the WAVE Awards gala and the Napa Valley Leadership Forum. ABOUT THE SHOW TravelAge West's podcast, “Humans of Travel,” features conversations with exceptional people who have compelling stories to tell. Listeners will hear from the travel industry's notable authorities, high-profile executives, travel advisors and rising stars as they share the experiences — the highs and the lows — that make them human. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Shelley and I take a break from reviews to reflect on our favorite Roll & Write or Draw & Draw games, a newer genre that certainly has exploded in the past few years. Shelley's Honorable Mentions: Silver & Gold by Phil Walker-Harding from NSV On Tour by Chad DeShon from Boardgametables Shelley's Top 5: 5) Explorers by Phil Walker-Harding from Ravensburger 4) Hadrian's Wall by Bobby Hill from Garphill Games, CMON Global & Renegade Game Studios 3) Second Chance by Uwe Rosenberg from Edition Spielwiese and Stronghold Games 2) The Clever Series (Ganz Schon Clever/That's Pretty Clever, Doppelt so Clever/Twice as Clever, Clever Hoch Drei/Clever Cubed) by Wolfgang Warsch from Schmidt Spiele and Stronghold Games 1) Welcome To... (+New Las Vegas, The Moon, etc.) by Benoit Turpin from Blue Cocker Games and Deep Water Games Doug's Honorable Mentions: On Tour by Chad DeShon from Boardgametables Let's Make A Bus Route The Dice Game by Saashi from Saashi & Saashi Doug's Top 5: 5) Biblios Quill & Parchment by Steve Finn from Dr. Finn's Games 4) Trails of Tucana by Eilif Svensson and Kristian Amundsen Ostby from Aporta Games, Matagot, and Pegasus Spiele 3) Hadrian's Wall by Bobby Hill from Garphill Games, CMON Global & Renegade Game Studios 2) The Clever Series (Ganz Schon Clever/That's Pretty Clever, Doppelt so Clever/Twice as Clever, Clever Hoch Drei/Clever Cubed) by Wolfgang Warsch from Schmidt Spiele and Stronghold Games 1) Welcome To... (+New Las Vegas, The Moon, etc.) by Benoit Turpin from Blue Cocker Games and Deep Water Games Other Roll & Writes/Draw & Draws Mentioned at the top of the show that we have played & reviewed: Isle of Cats Explore & Draw Three Sisters Cartographers & Cartographers Heroes Rustling Leaves Blatterrauschen Patchwork Doodle Qwixx/Quixx on Board Divvy Dice Anubixx Hex Roller Bloom Brixx Encore!
Some would call Aditya quite the risk taker. He grew up in the small town of Meerut and the odds of him running the multiple businesses that scale the globe were slim. He has achieved this through an amazing mindset and further lives his passion for adventure and even scaled Mt. Everest in 2019 after turning 50. Aditya and his companies today touch thousands of lives in India and around the world and the lessons, insights and advice in this episode are another level altogether. You must hear and watch this one. Amongst my favourite lessons from this episode was the 40-80 rule of giving up and how not to fear scale (even that of the tallest mountain of the world). You can follow Aditya on LinkedIn on https://www.linkedin.com/in/aditya-gupta-310781205/and you may also buy his amazing coffee table book where he gives the proceeds to the charity Child Relief and You (CRY) here:(As Indian Nationals): http://bit.ly/CRY-TRR (As Foreign Nationals): http://bit.ly/cry-trr This was also the 30th episode of the Smashed Bashed Yet Not Dashed Podcast and we have had amazing guests and stories on this one already. Love to have your feedback on firstname.lastname@example.org You can listen to all the other episodes on all the major platforms and also on https://www.smashedbashedyetnotdashed.com/Our YouTube channel with the videos of all the podcasts with the likes of Grant Cardone, Bani J, Richard Dolan, Advaita Kala, Deep Kalra, Papa CJ, Nikhil Kamath and many other great guests is https://www.youtube.com/c/GauravBhagatAcademyEnjoy this one, truly one of my favourites. Also in all my podcasts I share no questions with guests and everything is impromptu.
James and Bryan are both sick but were able to summon the strength to talk about Explorer bans. What does this mean for the format? What is good now? Does this say anything about possible bans coming to Pioneer? Ban Announcement - https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/magic-digital/may-11-2022-banned-and-restricted-announcement Link to the Tournament - https://mtgmelee.com/Tournament/View/9944 To help support the podcast, please consider going to TCG using our link: tcg.casualtryhardmtg.com Facebook: Casual Try Hard MTG Twitter: @casualtrypod Email: email@example.com Patreon: Patreon.com/casualtryhardmtg Youtube: CasualTryHardMTG Discord: https://discord.gg/6uCuW79 You can find us on the Apple podcast app, Google Play, Podbean, Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher or YouTube just search casual try hard. Music by Juan Rodriguez II ZeeManlove.com
Need ideas for summer adventure? Join your host Paul Twardock and guests Helen Nienhueser, and John and Rebecca Wolfe as they discuss their new book Alaska Adventure 55 Ways Southcentral Wilderness Explorations. Not only will they introduce us to the new book, but they'll share about researching and writing it as a family.
One year after Gremlins, Joe Dante delivered a loving homage to the spirit of invention and imagination with the decidedly kid-friendly Explorers. Starring the up-and-coming Ethan Hawke and River Phoenix, does its loving homage to 1950s sci-fi still resonate?
One year after Gremlins, Joe Dante delivered a loving homage to the spirit of invention and imagination with the decidedly kid-friendly Explorers. Starring the up-and-coming Ethan Hawke and River Phoenix, does its loving homage to 1950s sci-fi still resonate?
Ever wonder how someone becomes an explorer? Ray Zahab started when he was 30 after rethinking his path in life. Since then, he has run 17,000+ km across the world's deserts, in addition to completing multiple unsupported expeditions in some of the coldest places on the planet (yeah, he's been to the South Pole). He's also the founder of Impossible2Possible, providing all-expense paid adventure-based learning programs for students around the globe. Learn more about Ray's expeditions: https://www.rayzahab.com/ Learn more about Impossible2Possible: https://www.impossible2possible.com/ *APOLOGIES FOR THE AUDIO FROM THE INTRO THIS WEEK!! Our recording was corrupted and we had to use raw audio from the video recording. Please still listen to Ray's interview, the audio is fine from that.* This episode is sponsored by Inside Tracker, which helps you optimize your body and running, using science and technology to deliver ultra-personalized guidance for your training and health. Drop listeners save 20% on any product (no code necessary): https://www.insidetracker.com/dropin
The boys flap their little wings and scream caw caw as they dig their beaks into the hottest bird lawyer in Magic this week. Whether it's ripping up contracts, filtering hands, shouting 'objection!' or pumping flyers, Ledger Shredder does it all. But does it have what it take to be a multiformat staple? Yes, apparently yes. The Break Down: Living End Won't Die The Dive Down: New Bird Learns to Fly The Dive Down, cont: Filling Graveyards Can Be Sly Become a citizen of The Dive Down Nation!: http://www.patreon.com/thedivedown Check out our sponsor Barrister and Mann! https://www.barristerandmann.com/ Use code THEDIVEDOWN2022 for 15% off your first order of some incredible fragrances, soaps, beard oils, and more. Get 15% off your first 2 months of ManaTraders! https://www.manatraders.com/?medium=thedivedown and use code "THEDIVEDOWN2022" Timestamps: 4:02 - Housekeeping 5:56 - The Break Down - The Modern Showcase Challenge 6:54 - The Top 32 breakdown 10:25 - The Top 8 16:44 - Cool Decks, Inc - Modern edition 25:17 - The Pioneer Showcase Challenge 38:55 - Cool Decks, Inc - Pioneer Edition 41:53 - #Sponsored 45:16 - The Dive Down - Do You Even Shred? 52:03 - Why is Ledger Shredder good? 1:11:24 - Ledger Shredder in Explorer/Pioneer 1:27:55 - Ledger Shredder in Modern 1:41:42 - Closing Out Links from this week's episode: The Modern Showcase: https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/mtgo-standings/modern-showcase-challenge-2022-05-08?xd28 The Pioneer Showcase: https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/mtgo-standings/pioneer-showcase-challenge-2022-05-09 Izzet Flyers: https://tinyurl.com/izzetflyers Esper Greasefang: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/deck/4806004#paper Esper Reanimator: https://mtgdecks.net/Modern/ledger-shredder-reanimator-decklist-by-kanister-mtg-1365778 Grixis Death's Shadow: https://www.streamdecker.com/deck/3m-EJaUSq Grinding Breach: https://twitter.com/tiddypills/status/1523323490866192386?s=20&t=6DB3Mg4lDJQPdZ54ohn7BA Our opening music is Nowhere - You Never Knew, and our closing music is Space Blood - Goro? Is That Your Christian Name? Watch us stream our episodes every Sunday night at 8pm Central: https://www.twitch.tv/thedivedown_shane email us: firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) twitter: https://twitter.com/thedivedown
We've got new Standard, new Limited, new Explorer-ing, and we dive deep into it all. It's also a ‘planned' banned cast as we talk about the removal of Winota and Tibalt's Trickery. We also talk Star Trek, Dr. Strange. and Justice of Kings (book). Thank you for your honor.
Dave Johnston has had many firsts: the first winter ascents of Denali and Mount Foraker, and the first Denali State Park Ranger being just a few. He also has climbed the 50 highest peaks in the U.S. with his family. Join your host Paul Twardock with Dave, his wife Cari and son Galen for the next Outdoor Explorer.
It's episode 50! A special episode for today - I got to speak with one of the most recognised and followed rock climbers in the world, Alex Honnold (you may have seen the wild documentary about him called Free Solo), alongside Dr Bruce Means, a biologist specialising in herpetology and a National Geographic Explorer. This was a really special conversation about a new National Geographic documentary, airing on Disney+, both Alex and Bruce star in, called “Explorer: The Last Tepui”. It's time to live wide awake. Watch the film: Disney+: https://disneyplusoriginals.disney.com/movie/explorer-the-last-tepui Stay connected with Alex: Website: https://www.honnoldfoundation.org/ Social media: https://www.instagram.com/alexhonnold/ | https://twitter.com/AlexHonnold Stay connected with Bruce: Website: https://www.coastalplains.org/ Social Media: https://www.linkedin.com/in/d-bruce-means-17baa411/ Stay connected & support the show Instagram: http://instagram.com/livewideawake Support: If you enjoyed the show do consider making a contribution so we can keep having conscious conversations - https://www.patreon.com/livewideawake Reach out: firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the SWAT team confront the remaining robber and finally end the North Hollywood Shootout. Elements of the 44-minute gunbattle spark immediate controversy, and the event accelerates major changes in police departments across America. Join Black Barrel+ for ad-free episodes and bingeable seasons: blackbarrel.supportingcast.fm/join To advertise on this podcast, please email: email@example.com For more details, please visit www.blackbarrelmedia.com. Our social media pages are: @blackbarrelmedia on Facebook and Instagram, and @bbarrelmedia on Twitter. This show is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Please visit AirwaveMedia.com to check out other great podcasts like The Explorers, History of the Great War, and many more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andrew Binns is a co-founder of Change Logic, a Boston-based strategic advisory firm. He works with CEOs, boards, and senior teams as they lead significant business change. His goal is to help organizations liberate their potential to excite the world with innovation. Andy has 25 years of consulting experience as both an external and internal consultant for McKinsey & Co., the IBM Corporation, and Change Logic. At IBM, Andy was deeply involved in the Emerging Business Opportunity program, for which he received an award from IBM's vice chairman.Andy is a frequent guest speaker and lecturer at companies and business schools. His article, “Three Disciplines of Innovation,” co-authored with Professor Charles O'Reilly, was named Best Article in the California Management Review for 2020. He also co-authored the “Ambidextrous CEO” in the Harvard Business Review, “The Art of Strategic Renewal” in the MIT Sloan Management Review, and a book chapter on “Getting Started with Ambidexterity.” He is an executive fellow at the Center for Future Organization at the Drucker School of Management and a member of the Fast Company Executive Board. Andy attended the University of Sussex, New York University, and the Quinlan Business School at Loyola University Chicago. He holds degrees in political science, marketing, and organizational development. https://twitter.com/AJMBinnshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewjmbinns/https://www.thecorporateexplorer.com/bookRebel HR is a podcast for HR professionals and leaders of people who are ready to make some disruption in the world of work.We'll be discussing topics that are disruptive to the world of work and talk about new and different ways to approach solving those problems.Follow Rebel HR Podcast at:www.rebelhumanresources.comhttps://twitter.com/rebelhrguyhttps://www.facebook.com/rebelhrpodcastwww.kyleroed.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-roed/Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
We discuss the new Pride Secret Lair, go into State of Standard now with NC cards and is Explorer fun? TUNE IN NOW! Support the show by visiting https://www.patreon.com/planestalkers Sponsored by Kirwan's Game Store. Check out https://kgsonline.com We are now a part of the Geek To Geek Media Network. Check out their shows at https://geektogeekmedia.com Check out our sister show at https://anchor.fm/cantripcartel We are now ranked. Check out the best MTG podcasts at https://blog.feedspot.com/magic_the_gathering_podcasts/ Like and follow our facebook at http://facebook.com/planestalker Our Discord is at http://discord.planestalkerspodcast.com @planestalkerpod on Twitter PlanesTalkerPodcast on Twitch email: Podcast@planestalkerspodcast.com Will@planestalkerspodcast.com Aramis@planestalkerspodcast.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planestalkers/message
Today, I'm joined by the one and only Rock Breath, who, with his wife, is currently traveling the country with their four dogs in an RV. So how did this adventure start? We get into that, I promise. As some of you know, I spent almost a decade living in an RV part-time and full-time. So this is a subject close to my heart, and I hope to motivate some of you thinking about such an adventure, to possibly getting started. I will tell you from first-hand knowledge it was a freeing experience, and I wouldn't trade it for the world. Living in an RV taught me many life lessons and we dig into what Rock Breath has learned so far. Want LIVE videos, early access to my podcasts and 100% ad free recordings? Only $4.99/mo! Become A Member Join Now – INstant access! https://vimeo.com/705194918 Rock Breath is also our roving correspondent for my new podcast I'm involved in; The Right Dudes. Rock Breath is the Writer, Editor, and Creator of TheOnlyRockBreath®. Rock is considered to be an Explorer, Nomad, Follower of No One, Freedom Lover, and a “Right Dude.” Rock is Pro 2nd Amendment, Pro Freedom of Speech, and Pro Trump. He's a former Head of IT, NEC Computer System Division and Packard Bell/NEC, the Creator and Editor of The Call Center Daily News, NEC Computer Systems; Customer/Sales Engineering Liaison, Hewlett-Packard. Rock strives to learn and share knowledge by offering conservative and nonpartisan views on a variety of topics including current affairs, politics, technology and more by way of facts and the truth. Topics Covered: Where did the idea come from for Rock and his wife to start living in an RVWhat is their current setup Recommendations for those looking to, or just getting startedSome of my stories during my decade of RV livingWhat was the biggest sacrifice they had to make so farWhere are their favorite places to travelHow much cheaper it is to live this lifestyle Episode Resources: * Support The Simple Life Podcast and enjoy it ad free by being a member and subscriber at: https://thesimplelifenow.com/register/the-simple-life-membership/ Show Sponsors which helps keep this show free! *Use special promo code WATPVT15 with link below for We The People Holsters and get 15% off your order! * Use special promo code AFFILTRX15 with the link below for TRX Training Systems and get 15% off your order! https://thesimplelifenow.com/wethepeople/https://thesimplelifenow.com/mitoredlight/https://thesimplelifenow.com/relaxsaunas/https://thesimplelifenow.com/mypatriotsupply/https://thesimplelifenow.com/trx-training/https://thesimplelifenow.com/acre-gold/https://thesimplelifenow.com/berkeyfilters/https://thesimplelifenow.com/kuiu/ * Or you can see all the show sponsors in one convenient place here: https://thesimplelifenow.com/sponsors/ * See what Gary is reading and his recommended reading list here: https://thesimplelifenow.com/reading/ Donate to The Simple Life cause: https://thesimplelifenow.com/product-category/consulting/#donateWhere to send your questions: firstname.lastname@example.org The Simple Life Rumble page: https://rumble.com/user/TheSimpleLifeThe Simple Life Website: https://www.thesimplelifenow.com Make sure to signup and be a member of The Simple Life Insider's Circle at: https://www.thesimplelifenow.com/the-simple-life/
"Don't sell your soul because you can't buy it back. Selling out is something I just can't do."My guest this week is Justin Fornal and I'm incredibly lucky to have him. He's someone who has lived and continues to live such an exciting and technicolour life that he very much resists categorisation. To describe Justin as an international explorer, cultural detective, award winning writer, filmmaker, culinary celebrity, and extreme athlete is about as close to the mark as you'll get. In 2018 Men's Journal simply ranked him as the #3 most adventurous person in the world. As a cultural detective, in search of secret societies, lost rituals and ancient talismans, he has travelled to the far corners of the earth, living with hunter-gatherer tribes, meeting with witch doctors who (still to this day) believe in human sacrifice, and taking part in ritual exorcisms, so just be aware that some parts of our conversation are not for the squeamish or faint-hearted. Everywhere Justin goes, he always sets off with a deep respect for each culture that he interacts with, and sharing whatever he finds with integrity and a real commitment to the truth of a place, not adherence to institutional narrative. He is the Co-Founder of the History, Arts, & Science Action Network (HASAN) a non-profit organization that focuses on relic repatriation, historic justice, and documenting vanishing cultures. He's also the co-host of TV show UNEXPLAINED AND UNEXPLORED, alongside one of my previous guests Emiliano Ruprah, a show that has been airing on the Discovery Channel and Science Channel since 2019.Justin has also written extensively for National Geographic, VICE, The Explorers Journal, and Parts Unknown. I strongly recommend you read some of his articles which I've linked to below. He is also an extreme open water swimmer and having swum 100 miles around the Whisky Island of Islay on Scotland's freezing West Coast, he is currently planning the longest unassisted swim in history for Summer 2022. The GREAT ARCTIC SWIM will be the first attempt to swim from Canada to Greenland across the Nares Strait. Truth is, unless there's a documentary made about his life, I'm not sure one CAN do Justin Fornal justice. The sheer depth and breadth of his experience makes keeping pace with him an impossible, yet very very enjoyable and joyous task. He truly is larger than life and a real polymath in every sense of the word. We start the conversation with him lighting up one of his rare pipes collected on his travels, before journeying through his culinary, cultural, and sporting adventures in that order. I hope that you find this conversation as interesting as I did.Links:https://justinfornal.com/articlesIG: @justin_fornalhttps://greatarcticswim.com/Weird Homes, Atlas ObscuraHome of the podcast:Coaching & Speaker Profile: www.michaelxcampion.comLinkedIn: @michaelxcampionIG: @michaelxcampion
In September 1519, Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan set off on a fateful voyage to find a route to the Spice Islands. In the centuries since, Magellan has gone down in history as a chivalric adventurer, his name forever linked to the first circumnavigation of the globe. But, as Professor Felipe Fernández-Armesto tells Ellie Cawthorne, Magellan's career was in fact shaped more by failure than success. (Ad) Felipe Fernández-Armesto is the author of Straits: Beyond the Myth of Magellan (Bloomsbury, 2022). Buy it now from Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Straits-Beyond-Magellan-Felipe-Fernandez-Armesto/dp/152663208X/ref=sr_1_1?qid=1650974172&refinements=p_27%3AFelipe+Fernandez-Armesto&s=books&sr=1-1&tag=bbchistory045-21&ascsubtag=historyextra-social-histboty See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome back to List Cloggers: EPISODE 60.This week Dyl and Dan went camping thanks to Bonds Explorers!Make sure you give the Piss-Ant podcast a review. Keeps the lights on.Bonds Explorer Range: https://www.bonds.com.au/stories/explorer.htmlList Cloggers IGDan Gorringe IGDylan Buckley IGSpotifyApple PodcastsList Cloggers is produced by Sam Bonser.List Cloggers is housed at Producey.https://www.producey.com/
Épisode 778 : On fait le tour des news social media pour vous ! Ce matin on parle de Snapchat surtout mais aussi de TikTok, LinkedIn et de la marque Coors Light ! Un mode réalisateur sur SnapchatUn mode réalisateur pour les créateurs de contenu,Avec l'option de pouvoir utiliser à la fois l'objectif avant et arrière de votre téléphone.Ce qui devrait permettre de pouvoir créer des images 360 degrés directement dans Snap c'est ouf !Quelque chose de plus classique l'écran vert, avec la possibilité du coup de transformer facilement l'arrière-plan de sa vidéo.Et enfin la possibilité de modifier la vitesse de la vidéo directement dans l'appli.LinkedIn met à jour son algorithmeLinkedIn vient d'annoncer des changements pour optimiser les contenus proposés dans le fil d'actualité et améliorer l'expérience utilisateur.Dans le viseur de la plateforme les fameux contenus bull shit à faible valeur ajoutée.—On devrait moins voir,les publications suscitant l'engagement artificiellement. Les posts qui incitent la communauté à s'engager via des likes ou réactions dans le seul but de booster leur reach seront sanctionnés.—Plus globalement, Linkedin souhaite recentrer le fil d'actualité autour des comptes que l'on suit où avec lesquels nous sommes en relation.Aujourd'hui, il peut y avoir des suggestions de contenus qui ne sont pas pertinentes . Exemple de base : vous voyez un post d'une personne inconnue car quelqu'un de votre réseau a laissé un commentaire.Et bien Linkedin va réduire la portée virale des contenus pour davantage se focus sur les actualités de votre réseau.—Une bonne nouvelle qui devraient nous débarrasser de pas mal de contenu click bait et aussi nous inviter à bien choisir les comptes que nous suivons.—Snapchat : 1er sur la réalité augmentéeLe chiffre est juste dingue :Depuis janvier 2020 c'est 250 millions d'utilisateurs qui ont utilisé les Lenses shopping en réalité augmentée.3D Asset manager :Les marques peuvent avoir leurs produits en modélisation 3D pour créer justement des Lenses shopping en quelques secondes et sans payer.AR Image processing Technologie :Ça c'est complètement fou, c'est la possibilité avec un nouveau type de Lens qui te permet d'essayer des vêtements directement.DressUp :C'est une espèce de Market Place à l'intérieur de Snapchat tu retrouves plein d'articles de mode.Il doit y avoir un algorithme qui va tourner dans cette Market Place, et les utilisateurs ont la possibilité de mettre à jour leurs préférences d'achat. Ainsi les meilleurs produits seront recommandés.Caméra kit :Snapchat propose un SDK AR, c'est un kit de développement de logiciel. La en l'occurrence ça permet d'intégrer les Lenses Snap sur les sites web.Coors Light peint les toits des immeubles en blancLe cool roofing (toiture refroidissante, en anglais) est une technique très efficace pour lutter contre le réchauffement climatique. Peindre les toits des immeubles en blanc peut aider à réduire la température du toit de plus de 30 degrés. Cette technique fait également baisser la température interne des bâtiments. Une bonne alternative pour limiter la climatisation intérieure.C'est dans ce cadre, que la marque de bière Coors a eu la bonne idée de lancer une campagne de communication appelée Chillboard.L'idée : Et si les pubs Billboards de la marque pouvaient aider à rafraichir les bâtiments ?Ils ont donc peint les toits de plusieurs immeubles à la peinture blanche. Des énormes graphites invisible du sol qui véhiculent différents messages de sensibilisation. Vu du ciel le rendu est vraiment beau.Plus de 3 300 m2 de toits ont été repeints, permettant de rafraîchir 96 appartements au total. Ils organisent aussi en ce moment un concours sur Instagram permettant de gagner la peinture de son toit d'immeuble pour les 1000 premiers à commenter avec le hashtag #chillboards.source——Lancement du Lens Cloud Snapchat2,5 millions de Lenses ont été créé depuis le lancement de Lens Studio qui permet à tout le monde de créer ses propres filtres en réalité augmenté ! Pour améliorer l'utilisation Snapchat propose maintenant en Lens Cloud avec 3 services !Storage services : Ça c'est le basique, c'est juste pour stocker ses projets et ses ressources dans le cloud Snapchat.Location service : ça c'est pour utiliser des templates, spécifique à des villes, et de pouvoir les utiliser pour créer un nouveau filtre.Multi-users services : Ça permet à plusieurs personnes de travailler en même temps sur le même Lens.Infos bonus :Snapchat lance son Drône, le Pixy, aux couleurs de Snap.Bien sûr tout ce que vous prenez avec et directement sauvegarder dans Snapchat.Prix : 274,99 eurosC'est une évidence, TikTok aura été le game changer de ces 2 dernières années !Après Instagram, c'est au tour de Twitter de tester un nouveau format pour sa page Explorer. Un format qui ressemble exactement à TikTok, avec une page “Pour vous” pour mettre en évidence le meilleur contenu qui vous correspond. en fonction de vos centres d'intérêt.https://twitter.com/MattNavarra/status/1522505606099259392?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1522505606099259392%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.socialmediatoday.com%2Fnews%2Ftwitter-expands-test-of-tiktok-like-display-format-in-its-explore-tab%2F623362%2FIl y a plusieurs screen capture vidéo qui tournent présentant ce nouveau format. On y découvre un affichage plein écran, à défilement vertical, totalement TikTok-esque. Le feed semble principalement axé sur les tweets vidéo, bien qu'il y ait également des tweets textuels.La clé du succès de TikTok est son algorithme , que TikTok est capable d'affiner si spécifiquement parce que le format d'affichage plein écran de chaque vidéo garantit qu'il obtient un retour de réponse direct sur chaque publication. Twitter ne peut pas obtenir les mêmes données, car il y a plusieurs tweets à l'écran à un moment donné, mais en les séparant en un seul tweet par écran, cela pourrait aider la plateforme à mieux comprendre les intérêts de chaque utilisateur et à améliorer ses recommandations. .. . .Le Super Daily est le podcast quotidien sur les réseaux sociaux. Il est fabriqué avec une pluie d'amour par les équipes de Supernatifs.Nous sommes une agence social media basée à Lyon : https://supernatifs.com/. Nous aidons les entreprises à créer des relations durables et rentables avec leurs audiences. Ensemble, nous inventons, produisons et diffusons des contenus qui engagent vos collaborateurs, vos prospects et vos consommateurs.
On the night of August 20, 1860, an expedition left Melbourne that would go down in history as a success in spite of the hardships the Australian outback threw at the brave explorers.The reality is a little more nuanced - and ridiculous - than the story we've been told.Join Holly and Matthew as they follow Bob Burke and Will Wills -and their forgotten companions John King and Charles Gray - as they travel from Melbourne to the Gulf of Carpentaria, and their attempts to return home.
ACME Lithium is a mineral exploration company focused on acquiring, exploring and developing battery metal projects in partnership with leading technology and commodity companies. ACME has acquired or is under option to acquire 100% interest in 266 lithium and lode mining claims totaling approximately 5,361 acres in Esmeralda County, Nevada, which are prospective for lithium contained in tertiary claystones.ACME also owns 100% interest in 27 mineral claims totaling 11,803 acres in the pegmatite fields of the Bird River Greenstone Belt in southeastern Manitoba, Canada. Backed by an experienced management team who have successfully built and financed resource companies around the world, and with 4 projects located across North America, the building blocks of the future are our focus today.
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In this episode we talk to Scott Kiloby about addiction, his unique inquiry methods, and ways to awaken from identification with our core deficiency. • Includes a sample session in which Scott takes Jonathan through his distinctive inquiry approach. To learn more about Scott Kiloby, please visit: https://kiloby.com/ Scott's monthly member signup: https://kiloby.com/members-signup/ Don't forget to subscribe for more ingenious ways to tap into the ever-present stillness and joy of our true nature. NEW: Awareness Explorers has made the following top listener charts on Goodpods: Top 10 Spirituality chart Top 25 Religion & Spirituality chart Feedspot calls Awareness Explorers one of the "Best Spiritual Podcasts on the Planet." Here's their list of the Top Spiritual Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/spiritual_podcasts/ To learn more about Awareness Explorers, and to listen to all of our podcast episodes, please visit: https://www.awarenessexplorers.com/ If you want to listen to the meditations alone, you can find all of our meditations excerpted either in this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLThffcko0gAVvivvVVGNfQgJxbWB6dF6Z Or on our Awareness Explorers website: https://www.awarenessexplorers.com/meditations To Support Awareness Explorers, please consider clicking the "Donate" button on any AwarenessExplorers.com page, or becoming a Patreon supporter: https://www.patreon.com/awarenessexplorers To learn more about Jonathan Robinson and Brian Tom O'Connor, please visit https://findinghappiness.com/ and https://www.playawarenessgames.com/ You can listen to all of our episodes on this YouTube playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLThffcko0gAXyaArC4OyY0y84CZ8uSb_n Enjoy, Jonathan and Brian
This week 2Stupid2Win & ThankMeLater talk about Block Explorers, how to value them, what are good deals for them, and what is a custom director block explorer worth today. Also the secondary market analysis and another Will You Accept That Offer segment. The UPX Podcast is the ORIGINAL and #1 spot for news, strategy, non-financial advice, and more in Upland. Join 2Stupid2Win, ThankMeLater, TDavis, and BDag as they discuss the current events, strategies, and community of the metaverse known as Upland. Sign up for Upland using this referral code discover.upland.me/UPX-Podcast. Earn of 50% bonus on your first deposit up to $100. Follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/upxpodcast SHOW DISCLAIMER: The views, information, and opinions expressed on The Upland Property Xperts (UPX) Podcast are solely those of 2Stupid2Win, TML, and any guests of the podcast and do not necessarily represent/reflect those of UplandMe Inc. We are not employed by, or provided insider information from the UplandMe Inc. Nor are we financial/investment advisors. All discussion about properties, types of properties, or any other NFTs in Upland to buy or sell is not financial advice. Please do your own research first. We do not guarantee any particular outcome from participating in Upland. There is potential for loss from participating in the purchase, sale, or investing in Upland and their metaverse.
We are talking about Streets of New Capenna draft. What cards do you need to be aggro or controlling in this wild format. Then we talk about some of the decks we have played for the Explorer format. To help support the podcast, please consider going to TCG using our link: tcg.casualtryhardmtg.com Facebook: Casual Try Hard MTG Twitter: @casualtrypod Email: email@example.com Patreon: Patreon.com/casualtryhardmtg Youtube: CasualTryHardMTG Discord: https://discord.gg/6uCuW79 You can find us on the Apple podcast app, Google Play, Podbean, Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher or YouTube just search casual try hard. Music by Juan Rodriguez II ZeeManlove.com
Our three friends begin their visit to the Streets of New Capenna with some Explorer, Pioneer, and Modern decks. We take a look at Ob Nixilis, The Adversary and Stan's uncharacteristic BW Blink brew with Getaway Car and Extraction Specialist. The Break Down: New Cards in Pio + Modern Challenges The Dive Down: 20 Mostly Good Minutes on Mob Nixilis Stuff We Forgot: We'll Talk About Ledger Shredder Next Week, Ok? Become a citizen of The Dive Down Nation!: http://www.patreon.com/thedivedown Check out our sponsor Barrister and Mann! https://www.barristerandmann.com/ Use code THEDIVEDOWN2022 for 15% off your first order of some incredible fragrances, soaps, beard oils, and more. Get 15% off your first 2 months of ManaTraders! https://www.manatraders.com/?medium=thedivedown and use code "THEDIVEDOWN2022" Timestamps: 3:17 - Housekeeping 11:17 - The Break Down begins - The Pioneer Challenge! 32:09 - Pioneer Cool Decks, Inc 40:16 - The Modern Challenge! 47:05 - Modern Cool Decks, Inc 58:20 - Stan's Razor Digression 1:02:37 - The Dive Down begins - The decks of New Capenna 1:05:55 - Rakdos Midrange in Explorer 1:15:30 - Evaluating Ob Nixilis, the Adversary 1:32:38 - More thoughts on Explorer 1:40:45 - Stan's Pioneer experiments 1:51:15 - Closing out Links from this week's episode: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/deck/4774204#paper Our opening music is Nowhere - You Never Knew, and our closing music is Space Blood - Goro? Is That Your Christian Name? Watch us stream our episodes every Sunday night at 8pm Central: https://www.twitch.tv/thedivedown_shane email us: firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) twitter: https://twitter.com/thedivedown
In this episode Kimbra and Matt take an audio tour of the Explorer of the Seas with listener Tony Diles. Fintastic Travel: firstname.lastname@example.org Fintastic Cruising Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/FintasticCruising/ Fintastic Cruising Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fintasticcruising/ Fintastic Cruising Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/fintastic-cruising-shop Fintastic Studios YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/fintasticstudios Credits for the song Fintastic CruiseComposed and performed by Thom Mesrobian Produced and arranged by David Mesrobian Contact email@example.com
The shootout moves into a residential neighborhood, and the LAPD organizes the rescue of injured officers and civilians. One of the robbers makes his final stand, and the other struggles to continue his escape. Check out the Jordan Harbinger show today! jordanharbinger.com/start Join Black Barrel+ for ad-free episodes and bingeable seasons: blackbarrel.supportingcast.fm/join To advertise on this podcast, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org For more details, please visit www.blackbarrelmedia.com. Our social media pages are: @blackbarrelmedia on Facebook and Instagram, and @bbarrelmedia on Twitter. This show is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Please visit AirwaveMedia.com to check out other great podcasts like The Explorers, History of the Great War, and many more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices