Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/4: Wild New World: The Epic Story of Animals and People in America Kindle Edition by Dan Flores (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Wild-New-World-Animals-America-ebook/dp/B09TQ2TMN2 In 1908, near Folsom, New Mexico, a cowboy discovered the remains of a herd of extinct giant bison. By examining flint points embedded in the bones, archeologists later determined that a band of humans had killed and butchered the animals 12,450 years ago. This discovery vastly expanded America's known human history but also revealed the long-standing danger Homo sapiens presented to the continent's evolutionary richness. Distinguished author Dan Flores's ambitious history chronicles the epoch in which humans and animals have coexisted in the “wild new world” of North America—a place shaped both by its own grand evolutionary forces and by momentous arrivals from Asia, Africa, and Europe. With portraits of iconic creatures such as mammoths, horses, wolves, and bison, Flores describes the evolution and historical ecology of North America like never before.
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. 1910 @Batchelorshow 2/4: Wild New World: The Epic Story of Animals and People in America Kindle Edition by Dan Flores (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Wild-New-World-Animals-America-ebook/dp/B09TQ2TMN2 In 1908, near Folsom, New Mexico, a cowboy discovered the remains of a herd of extinct giant bison. By examining flint points embedded in the bones, archeologists later determined that a band of humans had killed and butchered the animals 12,450 years ago. This discovery vastly expanded America's known human history but also revealed the long-standing danger Homo sapiens presented to the continent's evolutionary richness. Distinguished author Dan Flores's ambitious history chronicles the epoch in which humans and animals have coexisted in the “wild new world” of North America—a place shaped both by its own grand evolutionary forces and by momentous arrivals from Asia, Africa, and Europe. With portraits of iconic creatures such as mammoths, horses, wolves, and bison, Flores describes the evolution and historical ecology of North America like never before.
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. 1907 @Batchelorshow 3/4: Wild New World: The Epic Story of Animals and People in America Kindle Edition by Dan Flores (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Wild-New-World-Animals-America-ebook/dp/B09TQ2TMN2 In 1908, near Folsom, New Mexico, a cowboy discovered the remains of a herd of extinct giant bison. By examining flint points embedded in the bones, archeologists later determined that a band of humans had killed and butchered the animals 12,450 years ago. This discovery vastly expanded America's known human history but also revealed the long-standing danger Homo sapiens presented to the continent's evolutionary richness. Distinguished author Dan Flores's ambitious history chronicles the epoch in which humans and animals have coexisted in the “wild new world” of North America—a place shaped both by its own grand evolutionary forces and by momentous arrivals from Asia, Africa, and Europe. With portraits of iconic creatures such as mammoths, horses, wolves, and bison, Flores describes the evolution and historical ecology of North America like never before.
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. 1907 @Batchelorshow 4/4: Wild New World: The Epic Story of Animals and People in America Kindle Edition by Dan Flores (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Wild-New-World-Animals-America-ebook/dp/B09TQ2TMN2 In 1908, near Folsom, New Mexico, a cowboy discovered the remains of a herd of extinct giant bison. By examining flint points embedded in the bones, archeologists later determined that a band of humans had killed and butchered the animals 12,450 years ago. This discovery vastly expanded America's known human history but also revealed the long-standing danger Homo sapiens presented to the continent's evolutionary richness. Distinguished author Dan Flores's ambitious history chronicles the epoch in which humans and animals have coexisted in the “wild new world” of North America—a place shaped both by its own grand evolutionary forces and by momentous arrivals from Asia, Africa, and Europe. With portraits of iconic creatures such as mammoths, horses, wolves, and bison, Flores describes the evolution and historical ecology of North America like never before.
We start the year off with an interview with Jay Ernest. Jay is a professional musician who has toured all over the world and sounds suspiciously like Dan Akroyd. Jay and his partner wrote a musical around Johnny Cash's famous 1968 concert in Folsom called "Folsom Prison Experience." Along the way he talks about performing for thousands of screaming teen-age girls in the interior of China. Tom and Mike add to the cheer with stories of the death of friends and disfigurement from not following basic mower safety. Here is a link to upcoming shows: https://folsomprisonexperience.com/showsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I love continuing this skincare conversation with many intelligent and talented industry professionals. We can get a full spectrum of information here, which is ideal as, of course, all of our skin is different! Dr. Simran Sethi, MD, taught me about her skincare research with women of color. Her skincare line, skin by Dr. Simran Sethi, helps women of color who struggle to find the right skincare products by working with the skin renewal process rather than against it. Her products support healthy skin function by minimizing irritation and inflammation. Dr. Sethi is the Founder and Medical Director of RenewMD Beauty & Wellness, a modern medical aesthetics spa with 3 locations across Northern California in Stockton, Fremont, and Folsom, and the host of The Skin Report podcast. We talked about her research, retinol, exfoliating, laser treatments, skin myths…so much! Produced by Dear Media
In this episode of the podcast Corey interviews Dr. Marty Folsom. Dr. Folsom holds a Ph.D from University of Otago and is an Adjunct Professor of Relational Theology at Shiloh University. He is also the author of “Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics for Everyone, Volume 1―The Doctrine of the Word of God: A Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners and Pros." In the episode we discuss how Dr. Folsom discovered Karl Barth and his book, “Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics for Everyone, Volume 1―The Doctrine of the Word of God: A Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners and Pros.” Thanks for listening! Twitter: @BarthPodcast
Did you see the recent news about Artemis. No, not the moon mission named Artemis, the dog. In late November, two girls, aged four and seven, became lost in the woods near their home in Folsom, Louisiana. They were accompanied by Artemis, the family's Golden Retriever. The police organized a search for the missing girls. Hours later, after combing the woods, the barking of Artemis led the searchers to the girls. But Artemis wouldn't let the strangers near. He barked at the rescuers, guarding the sisters. Reportedly, Artemis also laid on top of the girls during their adventure to protect them.* Stories of faithful dogs abound. But I can't remember the last time I heard a news report about a faithful cat. I suppose some exist. A quick internet search hit a few things. But dogs have a reputation for faithfulness. A search for news with the words “faithful dog” found more items. But I digress. Dogs and cats are not the focus today, faithfulness is. Being faithful means absolute dependability. One who is faithful never fails. The devotion is complete. That description describes God. 1 John 1:9 says, “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.” (NIV) We can count on God's forgiveness when we acknowledge our sin. He will purify us from all unrighteousness so we can have fellowship with him. *Andrew Mark Miller, "Louisiana dog hailed a hero for protecting young girls lost in woods for hours," New York Post, December 18, 2022 https://nypost.com/2022/12/18/louisiana-dog-a-hero-for-protecting-young-girls-lost-in-woods/ How to leave a review: https://www.sparkingfaith.com/rate-and-review/ Visit Elmer Fuller's author website at: https://www.elmerfuller.com/ Bumper music “Landing Place” performed by Mark July, used under license from Shutterstock.
What happens when you blend elements of hardcore, death metal and country? You get Spiritworld! Set in singer and multi-instrumentalist Stu Folsom's apocalyptic, vision of the American West, SpiritWorld is metal at its most rustic and blood drenched. Think Slayer and Pantera getting into a bar fight while gunslingers battle demonic entities amidst tomahawk like riffs. SpiritWorld emerged in 2017 as a musical outlet for Folsom's love of punk, outlaw country and metal, taking a decidedly outlaw roots punk bent. Yet, it was with the full-metal direction of the initially self-released Pagan Rhythms, (re-released in 2021 through SpiritWorld's new label home, Century Media) that won the band international acclaim. Daniel Carter, BBC 1 DJ and curator of The Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter, as well as the likes of Exodus/Slayer guitarist Gary Holt and former Sepultura/current Soulfly leader Max Cavalera sang the album's praises on their social media, discovering the band on word-of-mouth alone. Connect with me! https://linktr.ee/kevinxpowell --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kevinxpowell/support
Psychic Warfare is back from its holiday break, and I hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday season! On our first episode back, Stu Folsom, vocalist and creative mind behind crossover-thrash cowboys Spiritworld, joins Psychic Warfare hot off the back of their lauded new album Deathwestern. Stu talks with us about justice, vengeance, creating and manifesting your dreams, staying organized, and the wisdom and philosophy of Cormac McCarthy. Come join us as we thrash into the new year with an amazing chat with an artist that is going to be on the metal world's radar for a long time to come.
Regional San is overseen by a Board of Directors consisting of the five Sacramento County Supervisors, five city councilmembers from the City of Sacramento, two councilmembers from the City of Elk Grove, and single representatives from Yolo County and the cities of Citrus Heights, Folsom, Rancho Cordova and West Sacramento.
What's the most important part of starting and running a manufacturing business? The finances? The team? The materials? Well, this Manufacturing Happy Hour guest has some expert insights, experience and advice, so stay tuned. It's time to hit the slopes for this week's episode as we invite Mike McCabe, CEO and co-founder of Folsom Custom Skis, to share his story and provide top tips for manufacturers. Tune in for tales of Mike's early days in the industry, the creation of his business, the day-to-day of running a boutique ski manufacturer, what he does for his customers and how Folsom has survived and thrived in a challenging industry. Plus, Mike provides a ton of sound business advice! A true must-listen. In this episode, find out: Mike's introduction to the industry Where his interest in skiing began His first steps in launching the business The most important part of starting a manufacturing business A rundown of Folsom's materials and processes How Mike accounts for his success Top business tips for manufacturers Mike's initial goals for Folsom Custom Skis The importance of your team in a manufacturing business Advice for college students interested in manufacturing Enjoying the show? Please leave us a review here. Even one sentence helps. It's feedback from Manufacturing All-Stars like you that keeps us going! Tweetable Quotes: “We saw a hole in the market and we've stayed really true to what we do to this very day.” “Being lean and nimble is the most important piece, not having huge financial attributes.” “To succeed here, you need somebody that's really passionate about the sport, passionate about the product, passionate about customer service and passionate about manufacturing.” Links & mentions: Folsom Custom Skis, custom building skis engineered specifically for you. Skis can be purchased online or through Folsom's full-time staff members. Aspen Brewing Company, founded in 2008 with one simple goal – make world-class beer, downstream from nobody. They have two locations in Aspen, both downtown and near the airport. Or, if you're not in Aspen, you can find their beers throughout Colorado. Make sure to visit http://manufacturinghappyhour.com for detailed show notes and a full list of resources mentioned in this episode. Stay Innovative, Stay Thirsty.
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And I'm trying to use Well, first I was trying to use Lightroom, right, you are probably familiar with talking about Lightroom for managing photos and sort of working with them and editing them. It also has limited capabilities of working with the video files that come off the DSLR that are just kind of commonplace with modern DSLR cameras. So bringing those videos over there, they're normally some kind of MPEG container format of which I've seen I guess, MK V or chaos is that sort of Chrysler, I don't know, isn't, it might be a different thing. But there's like a hit like MTS or something like that there's a handful of these different little container file extensions that I'm trying to sort out, they're fine, they seem to open to most things, I'm not having a big problem with it. Other than AVC HD, I'm trying to sort those out if I have any of those raw ones around. But I have this library of videos around now, I appreciate having the original files. And if that's important to you, as a media creator, I recommend keeping those source files around at a higher quality. But for me, with a lot of elements of video, especially a lot of projects that are done, but maybe some things that are kind of like an accomplished project, but I want to keep those media elements around, but not necessarily in their whole quality by any means anymore. So I'm trying to go through and render those things out. And not necessarily about a quality thing, but just about an odd format thing like I was just explaining with MK V's and Mt SS and three GPS and mo visa those are quite common, but I'm trying to make the system just a little bit more uniform for the video experience of the videos that I have. I'm trying to render those out. I was trying to use Lightroom. To do this. I was trying to use it in mass to render out and refile names, and all of these video elements so that I don't have any more collisions with these video files. As I'm moving the file names around, you know, image 001 dot mp4 overwrites image 001 dot mp4 created two years later on a different SD card account format. Whatever it is, it's been a problem before I probably lost media because of that error. So to try and correct that I'm trying to come through and render everything out with an additional date name that I was able to add in Lightroom. But Lightroom kept crashing or at least would not render the video that I had trying to get out from the Lightroom catalog that I had the video stored in so it was kinda interesting. I like a lot of problems with that it did a great job with a handful of the sets of videos like the three GP, I think the MTS and mkvs I think it worked through quite well but any of these mo v files and just sits it doesn't necessarily even lag, it's just not rendering frames, it just sits there like it wasn't asked to respond the computer's processors don't kick up at all. It's not like it's trying to render a video but not or I don't know, it's just like pretends like it didn't get asked to do anything at the time. So it's all the struggle of trying to render video so I ended up dumping Lightroom because I was hoping that I could do some automatic file naming and file categorizing with Lightroom and how to do a bulk export of video under the format that I was hoping and kind of have it you know, automate some of that file naming system and export settings and stuff. I ended up switching over to handbrake because I was having such a hard time getting Lightroom to grab onto the video and do anything with it. So I've been having a great experience with the handbrake so far. And there are a lot of tools and more modern systems in handbrake that make the file naming and recompression system quite easy. We can set things as same as the source and use the file name of the source. And that's where he quite well to kind of grab a file, put it in a render queue. With new settings that are pretty automatic, where it's you know, it's kind of like a two or three-click operation to get a new video added to the queue. And so just earlier today, I added 100 dot mo v files to the queue, which I hope are set up correctly, I think there are a couple of mistakes I made in there. We'll see how they render out but I put those in the queue and I'm doing a test of it now. And that stronger computer as opposed to my laptop is burning through those video frames much faster I think it was because I was rendering out about 30 frames a second. So it's almost like real-time rendering. If you were to think of it like you know, 30 frames a second in the video. Well, 30 frames got rendered of that video and just that one second, so it's going through it much faster than I'm used to in the olden days. It's kind of fun to see who knows where it will be 10 years from now. 5:05 You can see more of my work at Billy Newman photo comm you can check out some of my photo books on Amazon. I think if you look at Billy Newman under the author's section there and see some of the photo books on film on the desert, on surrealism on camping, cool stuff over there. This image was a quick screenshot or a quick capture that we made around the campsite, near Lone Pine, California, and the Alabama hills, and it was a cool campsite. I think we stayed there for about, I don't know, four to six days or so in November and December of 2012 cool time of year to be out there. And we were fortunate I think Easter this year in Nevada, we had that rain shadow so that it was just a lot drier on the east side of California than it was on that coastal side of this year in Nevada is when we were there a few weeks before that, but a cool thing about this campsite if you guys were to bother to look it up. It matches the broom Hilda saw from Django Unchained. If you were to watch that, we found that out I think right after we camped here at the spot, then we'd watched the movie Django just a few months later. And we were like, whoa, wait a second. We had just been to that spot. that exact spot right there right where this picture was taken. I think I think there's a scene where it shows Jamie Foxx sitting over on the rock that is currently the kitchen table in this scene. But yeah, it's kind of interesting. I think the shot was set up a little differently, but it was cool to see and you're like wow, that's right where we used to be interesting when you find out a spot that you were or something else was found. And it seems like a remote kind of campsite like this, but I'm sure over the years 1000s of people have been there. You can check out more information at Billy Newman photo comm you can go to Billy Newman photo.com Ford slash support. If you want to help me out and participate in the value-for-value model that we're running this podcast with. If you receive some value out of some of the stuff that I was talking about, you're welcome to help me out and send some value my way through the portal at Billy Newman photo comm forward slash support, you can also find more information there about Patreon and the way that I use it if you're interested or feel more comfortable using Patreon that's patreon.com forward slash Billy Newman photo 360 degree photo work over the last couple of weeks which has been cool and I've enjoyed it a lot. I liked doing the 360 stuff. I think back in June of 2018 we had done a bunch of podcasts about some of the 360 photography stuff that we were trying to do and some of the video stuff we were doing with the GoPro fusion at the time. And that was all cool and I liked that video a lot this time I was working with a Ricoh Theta zone. And I was going around to a few locations to try and get the photographs. Specifically, I think photographs are a lot in this circumstance, but not so many videos. But yeah, really interested the in the 360 photography stuff that I was able to, edit together and capture during that time. So it was cool. But I went to an area in, Central Oregon, that was pretty cool and went up on like a hillside to do some 360 work. And it's cool out there because you can see the topography of how the Great Basin was formed at the well I guess like during the whole era of the Pleistocene as it was for a long-standing period. Like a lake, it was just a big lake out there. And then as things started changing at the end of the Pleistocene, I think there were huge changes that ended the Great Basin stuff that ended a lot of the megafauna that was in the area. And that kind of changed the topography of the landscape over the last 10,000 years to be something much more of the high desert sagebrush Juniper tree exposed rock landscape that we see today and a lot less of the forested temperate kind of mountain climate that we have through the Cascades and part of Oregon, I'm sure it was always more dry, given the rain shatter the Cascade Mountains there. But I think that for a long period, as according to signs posted on my drives in areas where I go hiking sometimes but you know, like when you go up to someplace and it says, you know, this area so such and such time ago had these animals in it where you see like giant beavers, or you see like camels or giant sloths, I guess they added the area so there are all sorts of stuff that they had, that ended up being wiped out and 100,000 years ago, 60,000 years ago, 9:47 to, what, 1020 10,000 years ago, something like that. There are a lot of changes that happened throughout the Pleistocene, I guess during what they call the quarternary period, a period of glaciation. That the earth has been involved in for the last 100,000 or 200, maybe million years. I'm not sure it's the last couple of 100,000 years we've been going in these cycles of glaciation. So you know, we're in an ice age period. So we go into an ice age like we have ice on the Earth right now. It'll be more ice at a point and then less ice at a point. More is at a point less I said a point, I guess it's been going on for what they say somewhere around like 200,000 years, these 30,000-year periods of glaciation to nonglaciation. where like, I think we're coming, we're like on the far end of the Glacial Maximum now. So we had the, with the Glacial Maximum about like, what, 11,000 12,000 years ago? Or is that right? No, it must have been, like 15 20,000 years ago that we're at the maximum, then it started receding, I suppose. That's when we were able to know. That doesn't make sense. We had like the land bridge, like the Beringia stuff where people got over that was probably 15 to 20,000. sea levels were low or they were like 400 feet, they squared along the coastlines. They came over through the land. So that was all pretty long ago. Well, anyway, at some point, like I was there like I'm gonna figure out Wait, let me remember. Let me think back to 15,000 years ago, where was I? Yeah, I wasn't here. So I don't know what happened. But apparently, there's been some recorded evidence that I learned about, and I think it's like Montverde down in Chile. And that's a location where I think they carbon dated something to 15,000 years old, like human remains human element remains, there's, there's like a few locations here in Oregon, where they I guess have evidence of the Clovis people that sort of around like the 1112 13,000 year mark. And then there's other evidence of things that are I don't know within like it's time it's like anything from like 7500 years to 15,000 years ago seems to all kind of be in flux have a date, because there are not many, not many perfect ways to date that. And if it's a cultural artifact, like, an arrowhead, or a pot shard, or a scraper, there's some indication of how those things are going to be created or how those artifacts are going to be created and how there's are going to remain like Folsom points or Clovis points are pretty distinct from each other but they're not culturally distinct from each other. So it could be like a variation of many different tribes and languages and peoples all well unrelated to each other but related with a similar vein of technology for a few 1000 years of you know, their tool use shape was kind of similar because they're all kind of from a similar descendency but I think when you get like more than 100 miles away your language is separate over like a couple of generations. You just got to speak different languages. But man wild stuff anyway, so I don't remember where we started with this. But I was out in Eastern Oregon, exploring the Great Basin, I went up on a hillside and public land and I was doing some 360 photography work with the Ricoh zeta Oh, Ricoh Theta zone. That's what it is. And yeah, I was capturing some stuff on a hillside really beautiful areas up there where those ridges kind of drop in and out. And so it's cool when you get like up to a higher elevation, you can kind of see the pockets of where these legs and pools of water and kind of sat and rested for what seems like 13:36 I think I was saying something about recording some 360 photographs up on some public land in the high desert, in Lake County in the Great Basin area of Eastern Oregon, a beautiful spot over there. I enjoy it and yeah, it was awesome to use the Ricoh Theta zone to be capturing some images up in that area, it's cool when you're at a higher elevation. And with a 360 camera, you can kind of it provides a little bit of a different perspective, it seems silly to see wider, but when you re when you kind of replay those images, and you're able to sort of look around in the context of what's the left and to the right of you, you're kind of able to put together the context of the landscape a little better, a little faster than you could if you just had a series of individual photographs that had segments of the wider landscape captured in those cool at that higher elevation. You can kind of look down to areas that we had been hiking around earlier in the day through some of the ridges and troughs that would be over in that area. And you can look down you know it's like 500 feet down in elevation to what we thought was kind of the mountain top pass and then pass that as another maybe 1000 foot or a couple of 100-foot drop in elevation as it goes down toward The lake basin area. So all that was pretty cool. And what was also cool about it is just sort of visualizing how populated that area had been in the past, I think, you know, before the Western expansion of the United States and as 1000s of years passed by in this region of land in the northwest, it had been populated in that region specifically been populated by nomadic tribes that had been able to travel and subsist off of the wild game that was there, I think a lot of like antelope and deer, and it looks like bighorn sheep by some of their planning some kind of sheep, but it looks like that from some of their, their pictographs and petroglyphs information that they left then the dynamics of some of those populations of animals have changed in the time. Now given like modern day, I don't know, I don't know if we're gonna see a lot of sheep out there in Lake County, but there's one drawn on a rock out there. So they must have been trying to look for it. There's a lot of them in the southwest as he moved into the I think the Mohawk tribes. For him, that's more of a 3000 to 25 2000. I don't know, it's probably bad. It was 3600 years ago, sort of thing. But, 100 years ago I think it was like Captain jack over there Captain jack's stronghold for the Murdoch Indian Reservation area. That was like in the Indian Wars of the 1850s. So the last to tell them but yeah, there's some information about some of the pilot, the pilot Indians, I think the Northern piute that were in that area of Southern southeastern Oregon, Nevada, then into Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico if I kind of understood right, but I know there are some fluctuations in there. And differences in timing and stuff. But yeah, dollar, is pretty cool stuff and is awesome to get out there. It's, it's cool to get out and kind of walk around in scenarios of some public land, where we slash and access and still get out to try and do some photography stuff, even in this period where you're supposed to stay home and there's a lockdown it was, it was cool to kind of get out and try and do some exploring and some social distance conscious. I mean, that's fine with me, I don't, I don't have to be around a lot of people, it's better to do landscape wildlife photography worked while you're sort of in some type of isolation, I'm sure like a lot of hunters are kind of considering something like that to you know, hunters, fishermen, people like hiking or you know, a lot of those solo activities, it's cool that you know, this kind of this time, sort of is provided a little bit of a reset for probably a lot of people out there to have a bit more time to invest in some of the things that they'd want to, I suppose a lot of folks are probably stuck more in their local area but it's a great time too, to get to invest in some things that seem more important to you. So that's what I've been trying to do. I hope you guys are doing well. Thanks a lot for listening to this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. You can check out more at Billy Newman's photo calm I've been doing a ton of updates over there. The airplane is taking off. Sounds like prop plans are about to fly over my head. It's like that scene in North by Northwest. Cary Grant starts getting run down by that biplane. 18:23 That'd be scary. So that's that in the future. Thanks a lot for checking out this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. 18:32 Hope you guys check out some stuff on Billy Newman photo.com few new things up there some stuff on the homepage and good links to other outbound sources. some links to books and links to some podcasts. Like these blog posts are pretty cool. Yeah, check it out at Billy numina photo.com. Thanks a lot for listening to this episode and the back 18:53 end
This season, we continue to travel around Minnesota, but this time we're learning about all the fascinating historical sites our state has to offer and giving you a book prompt inspired by each site. We will share six book suggestions to meet that prompt, to get you started on reading new books. You can also take that prompt and find any other book to meet the challenge! This week we admire the 19th-century home of lumber baron W.H.C. Folsom, located in Taylors Falls, nestled among other New England style buildings and filled with original furnishings. To celebrate that style, read a book set in New England. We give you links to each of these books on our show notes page, taking you to Amazon.com. If you click on any of them, and buy anything at all - including a nice book - Amazon will send us a small percent of the profits they made on these sales. Thank you for supporting CMLE!
You’re invited to join Pastors Banning Liebscher, Russell Evans, Katia Adams and others for Pastors Conference, January 23-25, 2023 in Folsom, California. Register today using code PASTORSPOD for 30% off here: jesusculture.com/pastorsconference
It's CIF State Bowl Championship Week and the show kicks off its week-long coverage with a jam-packed episode looking back at a number of NorCal championship results. Hosts Chace Bryson and Ben Enos offer up impressions and anecdotes from NorCal wins by Pittsburg, Grant-Sacramento and De La Salle-Concord. Then they pivot to 3-A NorCal Champion Bellarmine-San Jose and welcome a guest appearance from running back Ben Pfaff. The senior talks about the team's big win over Vanden-Fairfield, details his mid-season injury frustrations, and shares what has unlocked the team's full potential down the stretch. Finally, Coach Terry Eidson makes his usual drop-in and shares his thoughts on De La Salle avenging its previous two losses to Folsom, and speaks to the logistics behind taking a team to SoCal for a state bowl. It's the first of FOUR shows this week. Buckle up.
Regional San is overseen by a Board of Directors consisting of the five Sacramento County Supervisors, five city councilmembers from the City of Sacramento, two councilmembers from the City of Elk Grove, and single representatives from Yolo County and the cities of Citrus Heights, Folsom, Rancho Cordova and West Sacramento.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Cable Television Commission (Commission) is the joint powers agency responsible for issues related to cable television/video State franchises in Sacramento County, California. The member agencies of the Commission include the County of Sacramento and the Cities of Sacramento, Galt, Folsom, Citrus Heights, Rancho Cordova and Elk Grove.
SCOTT ABBOTT heads up an amazing team at the Sacramento Running Association that organizes the California International Marathon. The CIM takes place the first Sunday in December and has been doing so successfully for 39 years. And this year is set to break all records with over 10,000 runners to toe the start line in Folsom, California. Scott is a decorated runner himself and has made that world his career. Sacramento is fortunate to have someone like Scott at the helm. You will love today's conversation covering a lot of fun topics!HOST STEVE BUZZARD on Scott | "Scott is a tremendous leader and is the catalyst for the running community in Sacramento. He has found a way to bring the running world together on all levels.. And then on top of that ... he is in charge of the CIM. One word. Impressive!" Our conversation hits TWO areas: SEGMENT 1 ★ | is devoted to the 39th running of the California International Marathon. Scott also gives us some insight on the history and the details behind this amazing marathon featured in Sacramento.SEGMENT 2 ★ | focuses on Scott's work with the Sacramento Running Association. We then find out the personal side of Scott. His upbringing. How he found the love for running. Dr. Pepper. And Fantasy Baseball!Our Connection | Scott and I go way back. We met at St. Michael's where we taught together. As Scott became a part of the Sacramento Running Association, he invited me to call races. That started with my first CIM Finish Line assignment in 2015. It's been a great run! And fun fact ... I was the DJ for Scott and his wife Katie's wedding!The video version of this episode is ALSO AVAILABLE on YOUTUBE. Check it out and be sure to SUBSCRIBE (this will allow you to get notified of ALL new ETB episodes as they are released) -- ETB with Scott AbbottENJOY THE TALKING STORY!
This episode is an appropriate one to follow the Thanksgiving holiday, because it's stuffed! Hosts Chace and Ben revisit a wild weekend of section championships games, including the two they covered: El Cerrito vs. Windsor, and Pittsburg vs. Clayton Valley-Concord. After that, they turn the page to regional championship weekend. They provide some initial thoughts on a few of the pairings before jumping into analysis of the Big Kahuna on the slate, the rematch between NorCal No. 2 Folsom and No. 3 De La Salle-Concord in the 1-AA playoff. For that, they welcome Folsom coach Paul Doherty to the show. The hosts get Doherty's thoughts on his team's Sac-Joaquin Section championship win over Oak Ridge-El Dorado Hills, this week's showdown with the Spartans, and a little bit about Sacramento State football's big playoff game on Saturday. Finally, Coach Eidson also makes his usual stop and offers some De La Salle views on the Folsom rematch. He also shares which game he'd most want to see as a fan this week.
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PJ Petersen and Ryane Hughes join the show to talk about:-Their toy drive to support Sutter Health-Ryane standing up PJ for their first date-Their shared passion for being involved in the community-How they decide what to say "no" to-And much more...If you live in or near the Folsom area, make sure you connect with PJ and Ryane to give a toy to this amazing cause. FOLLOW US AT: Instagram: connectablepodcast YouTube: Connectable Podcast Facebook: connectablepodcast Twitter: connectablepod TikTok: connectablepodcastIf you enjoyed this podcast, make sure you check out the Not Here to Judge Podcast hosted by Deb McCollum. Instagram: @notheretojudgepodcast #connectablepodcast
I Don't Wanna Hear It Podcast199 – One and One Are Five: Y'all Get Your Fixin'sThis week, in preparation for the big two-hundo, we bring you nothing at all special. BAH.-Check out more of our stuff at I Don't Wanna Hear It and join the Patreon, jabroni. I mean, if you want. Don't be weird about it. Oh, and we publish books now at WND Press because we want to be bankrupted by a dying medium.We now have a Big Cartel where you can buy shirts, pins, mugs, and coffee.Also, you should listen to our 2021 Christmas special: A Black Metal Christmas Carol, our 2022 Halloween special: Ghoulie Ghoulie Ghoul, Where Are You?, as well as Mikey's true crime podcast, Wasteland and Shane's psychology podcast, Why We Do What We Do.Aaannnddd... our good buddy and frequent third host Matt Moment is in a great hardcore band called Contact. Check 'em out! You can preorder their upcoming record, Before and Through and Beyond All Time right here from Patient Zero Records.Episode Links:FolsomLowSome of our old bands are on Spotify:Absent FriendsWe're Not DeadYears From NowMusical Attribution:Licensed through NEOSounds. License information available upon request.“5 O'Clock Shadow,” “America On the Move,” “Baby You Miss Me,” “Big Fat Gypsy,” “Bubble Up,” “C'est Chaud,” “East River Blues,” “The Gold Rush,” “Gypsy Fiddle Jazz,” “Here Comes That Jazz,” “I Wish I Could Charleston,” “I Told You,” “It Feels Like Love To Me,” “Little Tramp,” “Mornington Crescent,” “No Takeaways.”
With Thanksgiving this Thursday, the 7 Friday Night Pick 'Em show arrives a day early. That way you can either get your NorCal football picks fix on Thanksgiving Eve, or it should make a great companion to your meal prep on Thursday morning. Ben has taken a three game lead in the standings after a 5-0 week, so naturally Chace suggested a change to the format. This week, in order to get more games picked — and more shoutouts to deserving teams — the hosts partake in a picks draft. The each four games from the Division I-III championships in the three big sections. They also work jointly to pick the final game that went undrafted, and even add a couple Challenge Round picks to finish off. Coach Eidson also makes his three picks after another 2-1 week, and offers a brief "Dumb Football" segment. GAMES PICKED: No. 4 Pittsburg vs. No. 6 Clayton Valley-Concord • No. 16 San Ramon Valley-Danville vs. No. 15 Campolindo-Moraga • El Cerrito vs. Windsor • No. 1 Serra-San Mateo vs. No. 8 Mitty-San Jose • St. Ignatius-S.F. vs. Bellarmine-San Jose • Menlo School-Atherton vs. Hollister • No. 2 Folsom vs. No. 5 Oak Ridge-El Dorado Hills • No. 12 Manteca vs. No. 17 Granite Bay • Grant-Sacramento vs. Christian Brothers-Sacramento • Pinole Valley vs. Justin-Siena-Napa • Vanden-Fairfield vs. Capital Christian-Sacramento
Jeff and Libby Landry of Landry Vineyards understand that in order to produce quality wine there must first be strong work ethic. Come enjoy this conversation of how winemaking can relate to our spiritual lives and provide us with both joy and humility. Below are some of our favorite takeaways from today's show: ️ A strong work ethic is important for small family farming as well as our everyday lives in order to produce a quality result. ️ Mistakes in relationships are inevitable, but asking for forgiveness is key. Just as God forgave us we can also forgive and receive forgiveness from others. ️ Uncertainty comes with starting a new endeavor, but when we pray for God's will to be done, we can walk forward in confidence knowing that He will direct our steps. ️ From a spiritual perspective, it is vital for us to be connected to the Vine in order to produce good fruit in our lives. Pruning removes our dead parts so that we can truly abide in God. ️ Wine is a living drink just as the blood of Christ is alive in us who are believers. About Our Guest: Jeff and Libby Landry are the owners of Landry Vineyards in West Monroe, Louisiana. Landry Vineyards was established in 1999 in Folsom, Louisiana by Jeff, Libby, and their four sons: Ethan, Kohen, Noah, and Micah along with the loving labor of family and friends. Visit them at landryvineyards.com to plan your next wine tasting.
Appreciating AND Asking for MoreDo you want more out of life because you don't like where you are? Or do you not dare to ask for more out of life because you appreciate what you have? What if you appreciated where you came from, what you have, AND asked for even more? I recently had a chance to go back to Folsom, CA where I lived for over a decade before moving to the coast in the bay area. I'm so grateful I no longer liver there. It just doesn't feel like the place for me. I'm very appreciative for my time and connection from my time there. When I returned home, I appreciated the sun, the ocean, my cozy spot where I'm able to teach and record and write from, yet I still want more. I want more because I want to grow more and serve more and experience even more joy. And it's okay if you want that too. It doesn't have to be one or the other. It can be all the above. I also experience appreciation recently when I checked my Apple Podcast reviews. I currently have four 5-star reviews. Thanks to all those who have reviewed my podcast, and I'm asking for even more. So, if you've gotten value from my podcast, please rate it 5 stars and leave a quick review. Thank you so much and let's have even more greatness to come!I'm now on TikTok and Twitter! Check out @justinwenckphd there for super quick ways to relax, energize, and connect.Remember to check out The Tuesday Twenty Minute free meditations I do every Tuesday at 12:05PM PST.justinwenckphd - You Tubejustinwenckphd - FacebookCatch the recordings if you can't make it live.Got a question or comment about the show? E-mail me at email@example.com. Remember to subscribe so you don't miss the next episode! Then connect with me at JustinWenck.com, Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn!
In California, women are disappearing after taking money out of their ATM machines in the 1980s. And all of the evidence points back to a couple who would do anything to get their money and cover their tracks. Want Shaken and Disturbed merch? T-shirts, pillows, hoodies, phone cases, stickers and more are now available here: Shaken and Disturbed MERCH STORE Support the show directly by signing up for our Patreon. Bonus episodes, exclusive announcements, exclusive behind-the-scenes photos and videos, and even a chance to co-host with us all available at various tiers! Sign up for Patreon here: http://patreon.com/shakenanddisturbed And if you've already signed up for Patreon, thank you, Mom and Dad love you.
On this Dusty Ole Episode the Goddamn Wranglers sit down with Stu Flosom, the mind behind western themed Hardcore/Death Metal Hybrid masterpiece SpiritWorld! We talk about metal versus non-metal, country living, Las Vegas, touring Europe and of course horror! Such a great episode. Check out SpiritWorld's releases and then tune in to our show. We got such sights to show you.
Have you ever had muscular strangers seek you out for your tiny hands? Trans activist Mx Shannon Amitin is no stranger to San Francisco's kinky underbelly, but when an infamous trans tourist he admires wants a sexual blowout on Folsom weekend, Shannon escorts them all over his city - and ends up elbow deep in a tub of Crisco for the first time. #MakeMeAMuppet #DirtyQueer #Sling Song: ‘I Can Change' (Ezra Furman) About the Storyteller: • Mx. Shannon Amitin is a Trans activist, community leader, and entrepreneur. Shannon has volunteered with The Compton's Transgender District, Castro LGBT Cultural District, served on the planning committee for Trans March SF and fundraised for numerous Bay Area non-profits. Amitin's last project is the ground-breaking San Francisco trans youth of color-led coffee and event cooperative. Fluid is a partnership with La Cocina's Municipal Marketplace in the Tenderloin. Today, Amitin is looking to use their experience building community among diverse groups of LGBTQ communities to make these cities a better place for all queer folks. They have served on the boards of the Castro Merchants, the Alice B. Toklas Democratic Club, and were elected to the newly legislated Castro LGBTQ Cultural District. At the end of the day, Amitin sees their projects as a service to the communities they call home. The mission is simple and personal as hell; fighting to keep LGBTQ communities safe, thriving and dancing. In addition to his commercial work, Amitin is a tireless advocate and innovator, working to create safe spaces and events for the entire Queer and Trans community. Learn more about Shannon at https://www.shannonamitin.com/ Episode links: SAN FRANCISCO: Our last live event of the Year - nay, our last live show till Bawdy's 16 year Anniversary in Feb 2023 - will be on Friday, November 18th. Our theme? ‘Pornucopia: Stories of Abundance and Gratitude' as I want to draw attention to all the good we have in our lives. Please join us at the Verdi Club in San Francisco, in person, if you can. Or tune in to the Livestream, wherever you are. Tickets are on sale now at https://BawdyPAGratitude.eventbrite.com Dipsea is an app full of hundreds of short, sexy audio stories designed by women, for women. They bring scenarios to life with immersive soundscapes and characters, no matter who you're into or what turns you on. New content is released every week, so in between listening to your favorite stories, again and again, you can always find something new to explore. And for listeners of this show, Dipsea is offering an extended 30 day free trial when you go to DipseaStories.com/DIXIE Patreon: Live shows attendance has been really hit and miss lately due to COVID fears, and as we get close to the new year, I'm having a hard time figuring out where to focus my energy. As I face this new post-Lockdown frontier, do I buy new equipment for online shows? Do I agree to the exorbitant venue rate increases I'm being quoted, and focus on live shows? There's so safety net for Performers, and so many shows are calling it quits in 2023. As a Bawdy Patreon member, your support for Bawdy's important work can help to ensure that it continues and that we don't go away, too. Join Bawdy's Patreon now and you'll get exclusive rewards when you join (like monthly free livestream tickets at the $10/mo level and our ad-free podcast episodes) Please consider becoming a Patreon member. I need your support, now more than ever. Join the Club now at https://www.patreon.com/Bawdy Want to support Bawdy in another way? Every little bit helps, and it's easy. Our donation links are: Venmo: Venmo.com/BawdyStorytelling Paypal: paypal.me/bawdystorytelling Zelle: BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com CashApp: $DixieDeLaTour And THANK YOU! Wanna work with Dixie? Do you want to learn to tell a compelling, relatable personal true story? I can help you dig deep, gain understanding and communicate with clarity. Whether it's getting onstage, Writing a memoir, creating a podcast, or learning brand storytelling for your business, I can help. Email me at BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com and let's make it happen. Bawdy Got Me Laid perfume, Bawdy Butter & more: Dixie has created her own fragrance: You'll love #BawdyGotMeLaid perfume, scented with golden honey, amber, ylang ylang, and warm vanilla. There's also our (scented or unscented) creamy Bawdy Butter, Hair & Bawdy Oil, & more. Bawdy Got Me Laid Merchandise means you can deliver your own great smelling Motorboats while supporting Dixie and Bawdy. Get yours today at https://bawdystorytelling.com/merchandise Check out our Bawdy Storytelling Fiends and Fans group on Facebook - it's a place to discuss the podcast's stories with the storytellers, share thoughts with your fellow listeners, & help Dixie make the podcast even better. Just answer 3 simple questions and you're IN! https://www.facebook.com/groups/360169851578316/ ProTip: Subscribe to the Bawdy Storytelling email list & you'll be notified of all upcoming storytelling workshops, livestreams, podcasts, live shows and Special Events first at https://bawdystorytelling.com/subscribe Thank you to the Team that makes this podcast possible! Team Bawdy is: Podcast Producer: Roman Den houdijker Sound Engineer: David Grosof Archivist / Video: Joe Moore Bawdy Livestream pre-show video by Donal Mooney Live-streaming by Ty McKenzie and Rubeun Tan Storytelling support by Mosa Maxwell-Smith & Bawdy Creator & Podcast Host Dixie De La Tour & Thank you to Pleasure Podcasts. 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Scott Abbott, the Executive Director at Sacramento Running Association and the Race Director for CIM 2022 sat down with us to talk details about his career as a runner through high school and college, his transition to coaching and his eventual role as the race director of the world-renowned California International Marathon, coming up this year on December 4th!9000 marathoners and 1000 relay teams participated in the 2021 California International Marathon, and they ran a fast Boston qualifying course from Folsom to Sacramento. This massive road race has runners from all walks of life. Many are chasing personal goals, Boston qualifiers and the iconic finisher's medal. This race has a fantastic organization behind it to truly cater to all levels of participants. Trail runners have also embraced this race as a traditional end-of-year event, whether to run it, volunteer at it or join the various pace groups. Check it out!California International Marathon (runsra.org)https://www.instagram.com/runcim262/https://www.instagram.com/sacramentorunningassociation/https://www.facebook.com/california.international.marathon/https://www.facebook.com/sacramento.running.association/---Our sponsors:The Mile 99 Interview | LinktreeYour Hosts: Jessica Harris / Greg Larkin / Mike TurnerThe Mile 99 Interview is creating podcast episodes | PatreonVenmo | The Mile 99 InterviewIntro/outro music: Joseph McDade - Elevation: https://josephmcdade.com/music/elevationSupport the show
Nick and Katie Clark, founders of Spotted Dog Yoga in Folsom, California will be in town teaching this weekend. Join Nick on Saturday & Sunday at 8:00am (pst). Join Katie on Saturday & Sunday at 9:30am (pst). You can take their classes in studio or LIVE on Spotted Dog Yoga's online platform. LOOK & BOOK here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/playhardlovebig/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/playhardlovebig/support
I signed up for an ultramarathon. The Rio Del Lago in Folsom, CA this Saturday. 11/5...funny and disturbing stuff. Enjoy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Nick Clark, co-founder of Spotted Dog Yoga & SUP offers up a simple description of AWAKEN yoga training. AWAKEN is facilitated by Nick and his wife Katie. It is available online and in person in Folsom, California. Here is a link to learn more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/playhardlovebig/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/playhardlovebig/support
Erin is back for yet again another party of an episode. It's only Nicky and Erin on this one but they get into all the topics. Namely, Nicky's recent experience racing his new cross bike at the Rodeocross finale, and also they discuss why some people are such douchebags on the bike trail. Thanks so much for the continued support and please leave us a 5-star review if you haven't yet on Apple Podcasts, it helps us BIG TIME. Cheers!
Erik Schmid is the founder, owner, and operator of Red Bus Brewing in Folsom, California. But even more importantly, he owns a VW bus. The story of how he started a brewery, how he came to own a bus, and why his marketing is amazing are all intertwined.
Phil Scott from the Greater Folsom Partnership brings his incredible energy, enthusiasm, and belief in our Greater Sacramento region to this conversation with Mark as they discuss the economic development and business opportunities that are growing here. Phil, who is himself a business owner, angel investor, and community leader, talks about key entrepreneurial initiatives specifically in the Folsom area such as Startup Folsom, Granite Coworking, the efforts at Granite School and much more. He also shares his insights and opinions about regional collaboration as being a key to our collective success. Throughout the conversation, Phil's focus on taking action and getting involved is apparent and will inspire you to leave this segment asking yourself – what more can I do?
Today you'll hear from Beachbody coach Micah Folsom, who has worked with Beachbody for 9 years and has passed the 7-figure mark! Her passion for how network marketing transformed her life and will transform yours is irresistible, and I can't wait for you to hear her wisdom.
Hello garden friends! This week the team travels to the Green Acres Nursery & Supply in Folsom for the Sierra Foothills Rose Society's annual rose show. Kevin talks to competitors and judges to discover what makes a winning rose.Sierra Foothills Rose SocietyGreen Acres Nursery & SupplyGreen Acres Garden Podcast Group on Facebook @idiggreenacresSign Up for Email Ads and Timely Garden TipsLearn how to save water while gardening at BeWaterSmart.info
We are so happy to welcome sports nutritionist, athlete and coach - Elizabeth Inpyn to the Suite Run Podcast!In this conversation, we talk about a variety topics including:- Elizabeth's long career as a certified sports nutritionist and coach. (Elizabeth has an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from UCSB, an MS in Sports Performance Nutrition and an MA Education in Health Sciences & Curriculum Development. In addition, she holds a plant-based nutrition certification from the T Collin Campbell Institute. Elizabeth is also EMT certified, including a certification in Water Search & Rescue. Additionally, Elizabeth has worked with recreational and professional athletes for over 12 years).- Elizabeth's impressive athletic achievements (NCAA Division 1 distance swimmer and water polo player + multiple podium finisher at the Olympic and 70.3 race distances!)- Fueling as an endurance athlete: Elizabeth's well educated and spot on advice.In the second half of the chat, we dive into all things TRAVEL and Elizabeth shows off her (famous in the trail world!) hometown of Auburn, CA! As you make plans for Western States next summer (or any time) Elizabeth has you covered with fantastic options for RUNNING, dining out, and so much more.Enjoy our conversation!Click HERE for the complete show notesClick HERE to grab a Suite Run mug!This episode is sponsored by:PrevinexAs we gear up for fall races, Previnex has you covered!Joint Health Plus, Probiotic, Multivitamin, Omega Plus and Nourify (protein powder that comes in vanilla and chocolate flavors - perfect for a pre or post run smoothie!) I take all of these supplements and they are making a big difference in my training and recovery (got that sub 3 marathon on my mind!). Jerold is taking the supplements as he recovers from heart surgery and prepares to make a big comeback!Previnex also offers a 100% money back guarantee, where if you don't feel tangible benefits, you get your money back no questions asked. Pretty amazing and use the code "suiterun" for 15% off your first purchase. You can thank us later ;)This episode is sponsored by:InsideTrackerInsideTracker is a personalized health and wellness platform like no other.What's their secret? First, InsideTracker uses its patented algorithm to analyze your body's data and offer you a clearer picture than you've ever had before of what's going on inside you. Then, InsideTracker provides you with a concrete, science-backed, trackable action plan for reaching your performance goals and being your healthy best. InsideTracker is offering 25% off its store for our listeners and let us recommend the Essentials Package for just $189! It's perfect for runners to elevate their training. Just visit insidetracker dot com slash SUITE RUN.Where to find Elizabeth:Elizabeth on InstagramElizabeth's websiteWhere to find Natalie and Jerold:Natalie's InstagramSuite Run InstagramN
Support this Podcast & Become a Patronhttps://www.patreon.com/drumwithmikeandeddyhttps://www.sociologycoffeebar.comThe audio is bad, I cuss a bit too much, but... there are some really fun and deep moments in here so we didn't want to keep it from ya. We hope you enjoy it and that it tides you over until Monday's episode :)- Mike & Eddy
Do you need permission to ask for exactly what you want? When nonbinary queer switch and writer Leland Carina interviews Sarge and the GangBang Girls for an article in Leatherati.com, she is so impressed with what they do. As Leland marvels at 1) The 100% Consent-based Fantasy Fulfillment 2) The Negotiation that goes into each Scene 3) The Menu of Gang Bang styles that they offer, Leland realize that this is more than a mere writing assignment. This is a way to introduce someone they love to some next level pleasure (with their consent, of course) - and a chance to experience it, too! #Safe #Celebratory #Cathartic #Surprise #Public #Private #MilitaryTakedown Song: ‘Religion' (Zand) About the Storyteller: Leland Carina is a Bay Area artist, writer, performer, and teacher. She first came into leather over a decade ago in San Francisco. She has authored an extensive number of articles that have been published by Leatherati.com, PQ Monthly, SALACIOUS magazine, Kink.com, and more. Her photography has been shown at the Mark I Chester gallery, in SF Weekly, and in countless sexy PR campaigns. She has modeled for Folsom Street Fair, the Portland Dykes on Bikes, graced the cover of the SF Bay Guardian, and has been a bondage and fetish model for many photographers. She was named Leather Marshal of the SF Pride Parade in 2012 and Ms Oregon State Leather in 2018. Leland identifies as a non-binary queer switch and She/her or they/them pronouns work. She's a Femme Daddy and a power bottom who deeply enjoys D/s dynamics and hard play. In her spare time, she enjoys designing and creating her own latex outfits, beekeeping, and indulging her fetish for collecting plants. Episode links: Uberlube: Uberlube is a luxurious, high-grade silicone lubricant made from clean, body-friendly ingredients; it's just silicone with a little Vitamin E. Uberlube is Dixie's favorite lube, and they're offering Bawdy Storytelling listeners a special offer – 10% off and free shipping when you use my code “Dixie” at UberLube.com. That's 10% off and free shipping! LIVE SHOWS: SEATTLE: Bawdy Storytelling's ‘Feels like the First Time' is happening on Saturday, October 15th! It's been almost 3 years since we did Bawdy in Seattle, and this puppy is gonna sell out soon. We've got a new venue, new storytellers who are flying in to be on the Bawdy stage cause they've heard the Seattle audience is incredible. We're so excited about this joyful reunion with our Seattle community! Tell your friends about this Bawdy Live Event in 2 weeks, and Buy your Tickets now at https://bit.ly/BawdySeattle2022 PORTLAND AREA: I'm considering a Portland Meetup as I pass thru on my way to the Seattle show. Are you a Bawdy Storytelling fan who's interested in seeing Bawdy come to Portland? Do you wanna meet Dixie? Email Dix at BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com and if there's enough interest, we'll plan a Happy Hour gathering. Tell your friends to email me too - help us spread the word cause this will only work if there's adequate interest in a gathering (and in a Live Bawdy at a later date). Thanks! Patreon: Live shows are so hit and miss lately, and as we get close to a new year, I'm trying to figure out where to focus my energy. Do I spend money on equipment for online shows? Do I spend money on the exorbitant venues rate increases? There's so safety net for Performers, esp after the pandemic. As a Bawdy Patreon member, you support this important work and ensure that it continues. Join Bawdy's Patreon now and you get exclusive rewards when you join (like monthly free livestream tickets at the $10/mo level and ad-free podcast episodes) Bawdy needs your support, now more than ever. Join the family now at https://www.patreon.com/Bawdy Want to support Bawdy in another way? Every bit helps, and it's easy. Our donation links are: Venmo: Venmo.com/BawdyStorytelling Paypal: paypal.me/bawdystorytelling Zelle: BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com CashApp: $DixieDeLaTour And THANK YOU! Wanna get Motorboated onstage at our next live Bawdy? Become an #ApplauseTiddies Sponsor! As a sponsor, you choose the bra, you'll get a sneak peek at it onstage, and you'll get Motorboated in it, plus you get to name my bewbs for that month (they are currently named RedBear and Michael, can you do better?). I have a Bra Registry at A Revelation in Fit in Oakland CA, so let's do this thing, y'all! Contact BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com and let's make a plan. Wanna work with Dixie? Do you want to learn to tell a compelling, relatable personal true story? I can help you dig deep, gain understanding and communicate with clarity. Whether it's getting onstage, Writing a memoir, creating a podcast, or learning brand storytelling for your business, I can help. Email me at BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com and let's make it happen. Bawdy Got Me Laid perfume, Bawdy Butter & more: Dixie has created her own fragrance: You'll love #BawdyGotMeLaid perfume, scented with golden honey, amber, ylang ylang, and warm vanilla. There's also our (scented or unscented) creamy Bawdy Butter, Hair & Bawdy Oil, & more. Bawdy Got Me Laid Merchandise means you can deliver your own great smelling Motorboats while supporting Dixie and Bawdy. Get yours today at https://bawdystorytelling.com/merchandise Check out our Bawdy Storytelling Fiends and Fans group on Facebook - it's a place to discuss the podcast's stories with the storytellers, share thoughts with your fellow listeners, & help Dixie make the podcast even better. Just answer 3 simple questions and you're IN! https://www.facebook.com/groups/360169851578316/ ProTip: Subscribe to the Bawdy Storytelling email list & you'll be notified of all upcoming storytelling workshops, livestreams, podcasts, live shows and Special Events first at https://bawdystorytelling.com/subscribe Thank you to the Team that makes this podcast possible! Team Bawdy is: Podcast Producer: Roman Den houdijker Sound Engineer: David Grosof Archivist / Video: Joe Moore Bawdy Livestream pre-show video by Donal Mooney Live-streaming by Rubeun Tan and Ty McKenzie Storytelling support by Mosa Maxwell-Smith & Bawdy Creator & Podcast Host Dixie De La Tour & Thank you to Pleasure Podcasts. Bawdy Storytelling is proud to be part of your sex-positive podcast collective! 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Folsom builds custom skis in Denver, Colorado, and they have a LOT going on these days. So we discussed it all with their head ski builder / owner / CEO, Mike McCabe, including their 22/23 lineup; new shapes; new construction materials; their very cool Junior Skis Trade-In Program; Blister Labs; and more.TOPICS & TIMES:Folsom & Fatherhood (3:25)Folsom Spar series (11:26)Completo, Cash, & Primary series (17:21)Cash family (20:12)Folsom Rapture (26:00)New Model: G-Wagon (32:15)New Model: Cash 93 (37:42)UltraLITE construction (39:00)Orders & Production Cycle (45:30)Folsom's Aspen shop (49:32)Folsom's Denver shop (51:36)Blister Labs (52:41)Junior Skis Trade-In Program (58:15)What We're Celebrating (1:08:10)RELATED LINKS:Become a Blister Member / Get Our Buyer's GuideMore on Blister LabsSubscribe to our Gear Giveaways & NewsletterSEE OUR OTHER PODCASTS:CRAFTED Bikes & Big IdeasOff The CouchBLISTER Podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
ITS THAT TIME AGAIN! The time for all the kinksters to come out in full force for FOLSOME STREET FAIR! So how was our kinky weekend? What trouble did we get up to, and did we cleanout for nothing? All this and more in this fun filled, Folsom frolic!— Go to https://www.magicmind.co/watts And get 40% off your subscription for the next 10 days with my code WATTS20 —— Check out the new and improved Lawn Mower 4.0 and enjoy this special 20% off with code WATTS20 ~ at http://www.manscaped.com! —Discord: https://discord.gg/bxqDQVcKH7 Amps Linktree: https://linktr.ee/pupamp Kristofer Linktree: https://linktr.ee/mrkristofer SAFEWORD MERCH: http://www.safewordshop.com TWITCH: http://twitch.tv/wattsthesafeword Watts Your Safeword Podcast:Itunes: http://apple.co/2QkMDwk Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2QjPNjL Twitters:http://twitter.com/WattsTheSafewrd http://twitter.com/PupAmp http://twitter.com/kristoferweston Instagrams:https://instagram.com/PupAmp/ https://instagram.com/mrkristoferweston https://instagram.com/wattsthesafeword Facebook: http://ow.ly/Z5nvM Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/WattsTheSafeword Opening by the magical Aethernaut https://aethernaut.bandcamp.com Music by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud
So Amp's parents came to visit and so we discuss the talk! From coming out to your parents, to prepping for Folsom to discussing times our own family has walked in on us. It's a super chill talk about moving through life and becoming adults and sexual beings.— Check out the new and improved Lawn Mower 4.0 and enjoy this special 20% off with code WATTS20 ~ at http://www.manscaped.com! —Discord: https://discord.gg/bxqDQVcKH7 Amps Linktree: https://linktr.ee/pupamp Kristofer Linktree: https://linktr.ee/mrkristofer SAFEWORD MERCH: http://www.safewordshop.com TWITCH: http://twitch.tv/wattsthesafeword Watts Your Safeword Podcast:Itunes: http://apple.co/2QkMDwk Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2QjPNjL Twitters:http://twitter.com/WattsTheSafewrd http://twitter.com/PupAmp http://twitter.com/kristoferweston Instagrams:https://instagram.com/PupAmp/ https://instagram.com/mrkristoferweston https://instagram.com/wattsthesafeword Facebook: http://ow.ly/Z5nvM Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/WattsTheSafeword Opening by the magical Aethernaut https://aethernaut.bandcamp.com Music by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud