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Lowlife Chopper Podcast
The Name of the Game is TWIST the Frame w/ @SteelCityBlacksmithing

Lowlife Chopper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 125:53


This week we chop it up with the homie Josh aka @SteelCityBlacksmithing about this absolutely wild twisted steel frame for his sporty chop as well as some of the other details he's already squared away on the build. We also get into a few of his favorite blacksmithing tools and plan out a trip for him to come up here to the Northeast and show us how it's done in person in the Garage Mahal. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lowlifechopperpodcast/support

The Unapologetic Man Podcast
Frame Control Masterclass: If You Don't Listen to This, You're a Lunatic!

The Unapologetic Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 25:11


Continuing on with reviewing the fundamentals of dating and seduction, today Mark covers the single most important thing you need to understand which is frame control. He covers why it's so important, and how to always make sure you're controlling the frame when interacting with women which will guarantee they become attracted to you. Apply for a FREE Consultation with Mark: https://coachmarksing.com/coaching/ Grab Mark's Free Program: "The Approach Formula": http://www.CoachMarkSing.com/The-Approach-Formula Follow Mark on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachmarksing/ Contact Mark Directly: CoachMarkSing@Gmail.com

Million Dollar Mastermind with Larry Weidel
Episode 387: I Try to Pretend in Business That I'm Terrible at Everything with Successful Childhood Actor Robby Clark

Million Dollar Mastermind with Larry Weidel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 14:40


Founder & CEO of SID Developments, Robby Clark knew that building a team was the key to growing success. It's important to create opportunities for everyone and you get the most value by building a team because you then have the time you need to learn so you can keep growing. • To expedite his thought process to get big. • As soon as he bought his first house – he set a goal of having 100. • If you want to provide the most value, you have to spend your time learning and growing new opportunities. • They go to different cities and look for opportunities. • He is not the operating partner in his other business. • You can't juggle an unlimited number of balls. • You have to be serious about what you are doing. • There's something worse than bankruptcy. TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [3:10] Stability. [7:08] Frame of mind. [9:37] Mindset is important.

Below The Frame with Matt Vogel
EP#30: Bruce Lanoil/Injury Corner (Frankie Cordero)/NOT Puppets (Noel MacNeal)

Below The Frame with Matt Vogel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 89:36


On this episode of Below the Frame with Matt Vogel, I'm talking to Muppet Performer Bruce Lanoil!  We'll talk about family, how Bruce became a puppeteer, and the many, many projects he's done over the years. We'll also be paying yet another visit to the INJURY CORNER and hear how Sesame Street Muppet Performer Frankie Cordero was injured, and we'll ask Muppet Performer Noel MacNeal a question about NOT puppets! It's all on this week's Below the Frame with Matt Vogel!

Attacke! Hör auf mit Selbst und Ständig.
#083 Suche Gelegenheiten statt Sicherheit

Attacke! Hör auf mit Selbst und Ständig.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 13:57


Wieso Versicherungen dich in einen bestimmten Frame bringen und du doppelt überlegen solltest, ob du das wirklich möchtest. Wer sich versichert, gibt Verantwortungn ab. Deswegen suche Gelegenheiten und keine Sicherheit. Alle Informationen rund um diese Folge findest du auf unserer Podcast Website

Art of the Cut
Crossing the 180 w/ "The Twilight Zone" & "Star Trek: Discovery" Director Jen McGowan

Art of the Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 58:59


Happy New Year! Welcome back to the Art of the Frame podcast feed and a new episode of Crossing the 180. Today Ron is talking with director Jen McGowan. Jen has had the good fortune to be a director of both feature films and television. From breakout indie hits at festivals like SXSW, to mainstream TV shows like Jordan Peele's “The Twilight Zone” or “Star Trek: Discovery,” Jen has insights into both aspects of the directing biz. In this episode of the show, Ron has a long and in-depth conversation with her about how she got into the biz, working with a spouse, her processes, what her habits are to stay in shape (physically and creatively), and the state of working in the biz in this current environment. If you want to be a director in this business, this is a must-listen. -Jen on Twitter - @IAmJenMcG -Jen's website - jenmcgowan.com -Ron on Twitter - @BladeRonner Crossing the 180 theme music “Gettin' Paid, Part II” by Alec's Band (CC BY) and curated from FreeMusicArchive.org. Liking the podcast? Leave a review on your favorite platform! We greatly appreciate your feedback :) The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofthecut/support

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Neil Robertson hat das Finale des Masters in London in deutlicher Art und Weise gewonnen. Der Australier setzte sich klar mit 10:4 gegen einen Barry Hawkins durch, der zu keiner Zeit an seine in der Woche zuvor gezeigten Matches anknüpfen konnte. Damit gewinnt der Weltranglistenvierte zum zweiten Mal in seiner Karriere das prestigeträchtigste Einladungsturnier im Snooker. Kathi und Christian fassen die Geschehnisse im Ally Pally zusammen. Robertson lässt nervösen Start besser hinter sich Letztlich schaffte es der Australier von Beginn an deutlich besser, die Nervosität und spannungsgeladene Atmosphäre zu Beginn des Matches hinter sich zu lassen. Hawkins kam zu selten in Breaks und musste sich seine Frames hart erkämpfen. Bei Robertson lief das Breakbuilding deutlich flüssiger und so kam der 39-jährige bereits aus der ersten Session mit einer 5:3-Führung heraus. Interessant dabei auch der 6. Frame, in dem Hawkins ein unnötiges Kleiderfoul beging. Zu viele Fehler Letztlich waren es auch am Abend zu viele Fehler beim Engländer, um Robertson ernsthaft gefährden zu können. Der spielte zwar ebenfalls nicht fehlerfrei, lochte aber sicher und nutzte die Chancen konsequent aus. Mit einer 69, seinem höchsten Break im Match, verkürzte Hawkins zwischenzeitlich nochmal auf 4:6, doch es sollte sein letzter Framegewinn sein. Die nächsten vier Durchgänge gingen klar an den Australier, der sich über 250.000 Pfund und seinen sechsten Triple-Crown-Titel freuen darf.

TIKI TAKA – Der La Liga Podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Neil Robertson hat das Finale des Masters in London in deutlicher Art und Weise gewonnen. Der Australier setzte sich klar mit 10:4 gegen einen Barry Hawkins durch, der zu keiner Zeit an seine in der Woche zuvor gezeigten Matches anknüpfen konnte. Damit gewinnt der Weltranglistenvierte zum zweiten Mal in seiner Karriere das prestigeträchtigste Einladungsturnier im Snooker. Kathi und Christian fassen die Geschehnisse im Ally Pally zusammen. Robertson lässt nervösen Start besser hinter sich Letztlich schaffte es der Australier von Beginn an deutlich besser, die Nervosität und spannungsgeladene Atmosphäre zu Beginn des Matches hinter sich zu lassen. Hawkins kam zu selten in Breaks und musste sich seine Frames hart erkämpfen. Bei Robertson lief das Breakbuilding deutlich flüssiger und so kam der 39-jährige bereits aus der ersten Session mit einer 5:3-Führung heraus. Interessant dabei auch der 6. Frame, in dem Hawkins ein unnötiges Kleiderfoul beging. Zu viele Fehler Letztlich waren es auch am Abend zu viele Fehler beim Engländer, um Robertson ernsthaft gefährden zu können. Der spielte zwar ebenfalls nicht fehlerfrei, lochte aber sicher und nutzte die Chancen konsequent aus. Mit einer 69, seinem höchsten Break im Match, verkürzte Hawkins zwischenzeitlich nochmal auf 4:6, doch es sollte sein letzter Framegewinn sein. Die nächsten vier Durchgänge gingen klar an den Australier, der sich über 250.000 Pfund und seinen sechsten Triple-Crown-Titel freuen darf.

Snooker – meinsportpodcast.de
Falke vom Blitz getroffen

Snooker – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 15:25


Neil Robertson hat das Finale des Masters in London in deutlicher Art und Weise gewonnen. Der Australier setzte sich klar mit 10:4 gegen einen Barry Hawkins durch, der zu keiner Zeit an seine in der Woche zuvor gezeigten Matches anknüpfen konnte. Damit gewinnt der Weltranglistenvierte zum zweiten Mal in seiner Karriere das prestigeträchtigste Einladungsturnier im Snooker. Kathi und Christian fassen die Geschehnisse im Ally Pally zusammen. Robertson lässt nervösen Start besser hinter sich Letztlich schaffte es der Australier von Beginn an deutlich besser, die Nervosität und spannungsgeladene Atmosphäre zu Beginn des Matches hinter sich zu lassen. Hawkins kam zu selten in Breaks und musste sich seine Frames hart erkämpfen. Bei Robertson lief das Breakbuilding deutlich flüssiger und so kam der 39-jährige bereits aus der ersten Session mit einer 5:3-Führung heraus. Interessant dabei auch der 6. Frame, in dem Hawkins ein unnötiges Kleiderfoul beging. Zu viele Fehler Letztlich waren es auch am Abend zu viele Fehler beim Engländer, um Robertson ernsthaft gefährden zu können. Der spielte zwar ebenfalls nicht fehlerfrei, lochte aber sicher und nutzte die Chancen konsequent aus. Mit einer 69, seinem höchsten Break im Match, verkürzte Hawkins zwischenzeitlich nochmal auf 4:6, doch es sollte sein letzter Framegewinn sein. Die nächsten vier Durchgänge gingen klar an den Australier, der sich über 250.000 Pfund und seinen sechsten Triple-Crown-Titel freuen darf.

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Falke vom Blitz getroffen

No Title

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 15:25


Neil Robertson hat das Finale des Masters in London in deutlicher Art und Weise gewonnen. Der Australier setzte sich klar mit 10:4 gegen einen Barry Hawkins durch, der zu keiner Zeit an seine in der Woche zuvor gezeigten Matches anknüpfen konnte. Damit gewinnt der Weltranglistenvierte zum zweiten Mal in seiner Karriere das prestigeträchtigste Einladungsturnier im Snooker. Kathi und Christian fassen die Geschehnisse im Ally Pally zusammen. Robertson lässt nervösen Start besser hinter sich Letztlich schaffte es der Australier von Beginn an deutlich besser, die Nervosität und spannungsgeladene Atmosphäre zu Beginn des Matches hinter sich zu lassen. Hawkins kam zu selten in Breaks und musste sich seine Frames hart erkämpfen. Bei Robertson lief das Breakbuilding deutlich flüssiger und so kam der 39-jährige bereits aus der ersten Session mit einer 5:3-Führung heraus. Interessant dabei auch der 6. Frame, in dem Hawkins ein unnötiges Kleiderfoul beging. Zu viele Fehler Letztlich waren es auch am Abend zu viele Fehler beim Engländer, um Robertson ernsthaft gefährden zu können. Der spielte zwar ebenfalls nicht fehlerfrei, lochte aber sicher und nutzte die Chancen konsequent aus. Mit einer 69, seinem höchsten Break im Match, verkürzte Hawkins zwischenzeitlich nochmal auf 4:6, doch es sollte sein letzter Framegewinn sein. Die nächsten vier Durchgänge gingen klar an den Australier, der sich über 250.000 Pfund und seinen sechsten Triple-Crown-Titel freuen darf.

Modern Cowboy
Episode 177 Lee Patterson / Western Industry Leader / Saddle Maker / Montana Rancher / Montana Pro Rodeo Hall Of Fame Inductee…

Modern Cowboy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 35:14


It was so great having Lee Patterson on the Podcast. Lee truly epitomizes the Cowboy in so many ways. I know you will enjoy our conversation...Lee Patterson was born and raised on a small ranch outside of Whitefish Mt. His father Bob Patterson was rodeo  Calf roper ,and his grandfather ,Fred was was a cowboy who worked on many of the old Montana ranches. Patterson's son RJ is a cowboy and Patterson takes pride in watching his grandsons Colt and Jett continue the family tradition for the fifth generation. “ That's the thing that holds the network of family together is riding and horses ,” Patterson said.  Our deal is cows and horses and rodeo. Patterson was recently inducted into the Montana Pro Rodeo Hall of Frame. He was one of the several individuals who where awarded for their contributions to Rodeo and the western way of life in Montana. “ It has been really rewarding to me to be a cowboy .” He said. Patterson still lives on his family ranch in Whitefish Mt. He recalls as a child driving all night with the family so his father could get to a rodeo, and the young age at which he and his siblings began to ride and help on the ranch. My Grandfather was a famous cowboy following World War I , “ Patterson said. He would give railroad workers rides to town on his horses. He raised and sold horses to the Army. Patterson himself has spent years competing in rodeos in the northwest where he roped calves and team roped. Patterson has a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Gold Card, a lifetime membership in the PRCA. After high school Patterson worked on a ranch in Arizona, while attending the University of Arizona part-time. When working on the ranch we had 125 head of horses something was always breaking ,Patterson said. The head Wrangler taught me how to repair and maintain the saddles. That is where I got my start on building saddles, then later went back to Montana and opened a Western store with a saddle shop in back. After selling the store I spent full time building saddles, for many years I built 50 t 52 saddles each year. Now it is a much slower pace my designs are more refined and I enjoy working on new tooling patterns and trying new ideas. In 2019 I won first place in saddles carved divisionAt the World Leather Debut. This is a contest that has been taking place for 20 years in Sheridan WY. It is the largest contest for saddle makers that I know of, and it was a true honor to win . Many of the great past and current saddle makers have won this contest like Don King, Don Butler and Keith Seidel and for me it is a highlight of more than 40 years of building saddles. Now I build saddles for ranchers and , team ropers most of my saddles get used hard but some just go into the living room to look at. I am so blessed to have the family and friends I do and get to get up each day knowing that I get to do something I love to do.Resources:  @leepattersonmt Show Sponsors: LINK IN BIO USE CODE: “MODERNCOWBOY” @moderncowboyperformance www.moderncowboy.global @nrsworld Show Music: “The Ropin Pen” By: Trent Willmon https://trentwillmon.com/ (https://trentwillmon.com/) MC Podcast Production & Editing: Tyler Hillenbrand @tyhbrand

TIKI TAKA – Der La Liga Podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Der 'Thunder from Down Under" und der "Hawk" stehen im Finale des Masters in London. Kathi und Christian können dabei über  die unfassbar spannenden Decider-Siege von Neil Robertson gegen Mark Williams und Barry Hawkins gegen Judd Trump sprechen. Insbesondere das Match zwischen Robertson und Williams wusste zu überzeugen und endete mit einem epischen Entscheidungsframe. Williams so gut wie durch Mark Williams war eigentlich schon so gut wie im Finale, denn Robertson brauchte im Decider bereits zwei Snooker, die er bekam und den Frame auf Schwarz holte. Auch zuvor war das Match unfassbar unterhaltsam und auf hohem Niveau. 11 Breaks von mindestens 50 Punkten sprechen für sich, darunter auch zwei Centuries des Australiers. Mark Williams wird sich aufgrund seiner Shot Selection im Entscheidungsframe etwas hinterfragen müssen, aber letztlich siegt Robertson durchaus verdient. Hawkins zieht Trump den Zahn Barry Hawkins setzte seine Weltmeister-Ausschalt-Automatik fort und warf nach Shaun Murphy und Mark Selby auch Judd Trump aus dem Turnier. In einem hin- und herschwankenden Match musste auch hier die Entscheidung im Decider her, in dem Trump keinen einzigen Ball lochte und sich ebenfalls über seine Shot Selection wundern darf. Kathi und Christian fassen zusammen.

No Title
Der Donner-Falke

No Title

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 31:29


Der 'Thunder from Down Under" und der "Hawk" stehen im Finale des Masters in London. Kathi und Christian können dabei über  die unfassbar spannenden Decider-Siege von Neil Robertson gegen Mark Williams und Barry Hawkins gegen Judd Trump sprechen. Insbesondere das Match zwischen Robertson und Williams wusste zu überzeugen und endete mit einem epischen Entscheidungsframe. Williams so gut wie durch Mark Williams war eigentlich schon so gut wie im Finale, denn Robertson brauchte im Decider bereits zwei Snooker, die er bekam und den Frame auf Schwarz holte. Auch zuvor war das Match unfassbar unterhaltsam und auf hohem Niveau. 11 Breaks von mindestens 50 Punkten sprechen für sich, darunter auch zwei Centuries des Australiers. Mark Williams wird sich aufgrund seiner Shot Selection im Entscheidungsframe etwas hinterfragen müssen, aber letztlich siegt Robertson durchaus verdient. Hawkins zieht Trump den Zahn Barry Hawkins setzte seine Weltmeister-Ausschalt-Automatik fort und warf nach Shaun Murphy und Mark Selby auch Judd Trump aus dem Turnier. In einem hin- und herschwankenden Match musste auch hier die Entscheidung im Decider her, in dem Trump keinen einzigen Ball lochte und sich ebenfalls über seine Shot Selection wundern darf. Kathi und Christian fassen zusammen.

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Der 'Thunder from Down Under" und der "Hawk" stehen im Finale des Masters in London. Kathi und Christian können dabei über  die unfassbar spannenden Decider-Siege von Neil Robertson gegen Mark Williams und Barry Hawkins gegen Judd Trump sprechen. Insbesondere das Match zwischen Robertson und Williams wusste zu überzeugen und endete mit einem epischen Entscheidungsframe. Williams so gut wie durch Mark Williams war eigentlich schon so gut wie im Finale, denn Robertson brauchte im Decider bereits zwei Snooker, die er bekam und den Frame auf Schwarz holte. Auch zuvor war das Match unfassbar unterhaltsam und auf hohem Niveau. 11 Breaks von mindestens 50 Punkten sprechen für sich, darunter auch zwei Centuries des Australiers. Mark Williams wird sich aufgrund seiner Shot Selection im Entscheidungsframe etwas hinterfragen müssen, aber letztlich siegt Robertson durchaus verdient. Hawkins zieht Trump den Zahn Barry Hawkins setzte seine Weltmeister-Ausschalt-Automatik fort und warf nach Shaun Murphy und Mark Selby auch Judd Trump aus dem Turnier. In einem hin- und herschwankenden Match musste auch hier die Entscheidung im Decider her, in dem Trump keinen einzigen Ball lochte und sich ebenfalls über seine Shot Selection wundern darf. Kathi und Christian fassen zusammen.

Snooker – meinsportpodcast.de
Der Donner-Falke

Snooker – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 31:29


Der 'Thunder from Down Under" und der "Hawk" stehen im Finale des Masters in London. Kathi und Christian können dabei über  die unfassbar spannenden Decider-Siege von Neil Robertson gegen Mark Williams und Barry Hawkins gegen Judd Trump sprechen. Insbesondere das Match zwischen Robertson und Williams wusste zu überzeugen und endete mit einem epischen Entscheidungsframe. Williams so gut wie durch Mark Williams war eigentlich schon so gut wie im Finale, denn Robertson brauchte im Decider bereits zwei Snooker, die er bekam und den Frame auf Schwarz holte. Auch zuvor war das Match unfassbar unterhaltsam und auf hohem Niveau. 11 Breaks von mindestens 50 Punkten sprechen für sich, darunter auch zwei Centuries des Australiers. Mark Williams wird sich aufgrund seiner Shot Selection im Entscheidungsframe etwas hinterfragen müssen, aber letztlich siegt Robertson durchaus verdient. Hawkins zieht Trump den Zahn Barry Hawkins setzte seine Weltmeister-Ausschalt-Automatik fort und warf nach Shaun Murphy und Mark Selby auch Judd Trump aus dem Turnier. In einem hin- und herschwankenden Match musste auch hier die Entscheidung im Decider her, in dem Trump keinen einzigen Ball lochte und sich ebenfalls über seine Shot Selection wundern darf. Kathi und Christian fassen zusammen.

Ze Shows – Anime Pulse
Episode 734: Frame of the Goddess’ Girl

Ze Shows – Anime Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 84:07


This week on Anime Pulse we got no large McDonald's french fries, a dormitory for shota lovers, and New Years anime. Up first is the IRL news as Joseph talks about his time thus far with Pokemon Shield, and Andrew would like to know if any community members out there know of any good new years anime. Then in the industry news we get a Andrew sandwich, with topics like the possibility of a Netflix produced Scott Pilgrim anime and the downfall of Pachinko. Lastly are the reviews as Joseph is taken in by some very wholesome, buxom, not at all Shotacons and Andrew builds some anatomically correct GunPla.

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Mit zwei überraschend deutlichen Matches endeten die Viertelfinals beim Masters in London. Judd Trump und Barry Hawkins folgten Neil Robertson und Mark Williams in die Vorschlussrunde und feierten klare Siege gegen Kyren Wilson und Mark Selby. Vor allem Selby erwischte einen rabenschwarzen Tag und bestätigte seine deutlich schwächere Masters-Bilanz in den vergangenen Jahren. Über die beiden Matches des gestrigen Tages berichten Kathi Hartinger und Christian Oehmicke Trump hält Wilson auf Distanz Judd Trump dominierte sein Duell mit Kyren Wilson nach Belieben. Konsequentes Breakbuilding und das perfekte Bestrafen von Fehlern waren die entscheidenden Maßnahmen, die Trump zu einem ungefährdeten 6:1-Sieg mit fünf Breaks von mindestens 50 Punkten führten. Wilson konnte seine Breaks zu selten bis zum Ende durchziehen und konnte nicht an die Kaltschnäuzigkeit seines Matches gegen Stuart Bingham anknüpfen. Hawkins wird zum Sieg gezwungen Barry Hawkins wurde bei seinem 6:1 gegen Mark Selby fast schon zum Sieg gezwungen. Beim amtierenden Weltmeister lief nichts zusammen; weder das Breakbuilding noch das Safety-Spiel funktionierte. Hawkins spielte solide und konstant seinen Stiefel durch und sicherte sich ungefährdet den Erfolg gegen Selby. Highlight war eine glänzende 47 zum 5:1 und der gewonnene zweite Frame, in dem er schon Snooker brauchte.

TIKI TAKA – Der La Liga Podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Mit zwei überraschend deutlichen Matches endeten die Viertelfinals beim Masters in London. Judd Trump und Barry Hawkins folgten Neil Robertson und Mark Williams in die Vorschlussrunde und feierten klare Siege gegen Kyren Wilson und Mark Selby. Vor allem Selby erwischte einen rabenschwarzen Tag und bestätigte seine deutlich schwächere Masters-Bilanz in den vergangenen Jahren. Über die beiden Matches des gestrigen Tages berichten Kathi Hartinger und Christian Oehmicke Trump hält Wilson auf Distanz Judd Trump dominierte sein Duell mit Kyren Wilson nach Belieben. Konsequentes Breakbuilding und das perfekte Bestrafen von Fehlern waren die entscheidenden Maßnahmen, die Trump zu einem ungefährdeten 6:1-Sieg mit fünf Breaks von mindestens 50 Punkten führten. Wilson konnte seine Breaks zu selten bis zum Ende durchziehen und konnte nicht an die Kaltschnäuzigkeit seines Matches gegen Stuart Bingham anknüpfen. Hawkins wird zum Sieg gezwungen Barry Hawkins wurde bei seinem 6:1 gegen Mark Selby fast schon zum Sieg gezwungen. Beim amtierenden Weltmeister lief nichts zusammen; weder das Breakbuilding noch das Safety-Spiel funktionierte. Hawkins spielte solide und konstant seinen Stiefel durch und sicherte sich ungefährdet den Erfolg gegen Selby. Highlight war eine glänzende 47 zum 5:1 und der gewonnene zweite Frame, in dem er schon Snooker brauchte.

Snooker – meinsportpodcast.de
Klarer Himmel über London

Snooker – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 22:15


Mit zwei überraschend deutlichen Matches endeten die Viertelfinals beim Masters in London. Judd Trump und Barry Hawkins folgten Neil Robertson und Mark Williams in die Vorschlussrunde und feierten klare Siege gegen Kyren Wilson und Mark Selby. Vor allem Selby erwischte einen rabenschwarzen Tag und bestätigte seine deutlich schwächere Masters-Bilanz in den vergangenen Jahren. Über die beiden Matches des gestrigen Tages berichten Kathi Hartinger und Christian Oehmicke Trump hält Wilson auf Distanz Judd Trump dominierte sein Duell mit Kyren Wilson nach Belieben. Konsequentes Breakbuilding und das perfekte Bestrafen von Fehlern waren die entscheidenden Maßnahmen, die Trump zu einem ungefährdeten 6:1-Sieg mit fünf Breaks von mindestens 50 Punkten führten. Wilson konnte seine Breaks zu selten bis zum Ende durchziehen und konnte nicht an die Kaltschnäuzigkeit seines Matches gegen Stuart Bingham anknüpfen. Hawkins wird zum Sieg gezwungen Barry Hawkins wurde bei seinem 6:1 gegen Mark Selby fast schon zum Sieg gezwungen. Beim amtierenden Weltmeister lief nichts zusammen; weder das Breakbuilding noch das Safety-Spiel funktionierte. Hawkins spielte solide und konstant seinen Stiefel durch und sicherte sich ungefährdet den Erfolg gegen Selby. Highlight war eine glänzende 47 zum 5:1 und der gewonnene zweite Frame, in dem er schon Snooker brauchte.

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Klarer Himmel über London

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 22:15


Mit zwei überraschend deutlichen Matches endeten die Viertelfinals beim Masters in London. Judd Trump und Barry Hawkins folgten Neil Robertson und Mark Williams in die Vorschlussrunde und feierten klare Siege gegen Kyren Wilson und Mark Selby. Vor allem Selby erwischte einen rabenschwarzen Tag und bestätigte seine deutlich schwächere Masters-Bilanz in den vergangenen Jahren. Über die beiden Matches des gestrigen Tages berichten Kathi Hartinger und Christian Oehmicke Trump hält Wilson auf Distanz Judd Trump dominierte sein Duell mit Kyren Wilson nach Belieben. Konsequentes Breakbuilding und das perfekte Bestrafen von Fehlern waren die entscheidenden Maßnahmen, die Trump zu einem ungefährdeten 6:1-Sieg mit fünf Breaks von mindestens 50 Punkten führten. Wilson konnte seine Breaks zu selten bis zum Ende durchziehen und konnte nicht an die Kaltschnäuzigkeit seines Matches gegen Stuart Bingham anknüpfen. Hawkins wird zum Sieg gezwungen Barry Hawkins wurde bei seinem 6:1 gegen Mark Selby fast schon zum Sieg gezwungen. Beim amtierenden Weltmeister lief nichts zusammen; weder das Breakbuilding noch das Safety-Spiel funktionierte. Hawkins spielte solide und konstant seinen Stiefel durch und sicherte sich ungefährdet den Erfolg gegen Selby. Highlight war eine glänzende 47 zum 5:1 und der gewonnene zweite Frame, in dem er schon Snooker brauchte.

The Norse Mentality
RFF: How To Decompress at Night, Reaching Your Prime, Advice for Small Frame Lifters

The Norse Mentality

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 22:21


In this episode of Rapid Fire Friday, Andy and Jo answer questions submitted by the listeners.   Norse Fitness Website: www.norsefitness.co​​​ Follow Andy: www.instagram.com/andrewclifflewis Follow Norse Fitness: www.instagram.com/norse_fitness  www.facebook.com/norsefitness​​ 

Real Life Sci-Fi with Wade & Willy
334: NASA Hire Theologians To Study Reaction to Alien Life with Spencer Frame

Real Life Sci-Fi with Wade & Willy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 77:38


We talk about Aliens and Religion with Our good friend Spencer Frame.  Join Our patreon to get 2 bonus episodes a week - in the bonus this week we talk about bowling (because Spencer owns a bowling alley - Wheatridge Lanes in Denver)

Snooker – meinsportpodcast.de
The Rocket im Eiltempo ins Viertelfinale

Snooker – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 15:18


Das Masters im Alexandra Palace kennt jetzt sechs der acht Viertelfinalisten. Am Dienstag kamen noch Ronnie O'Sullivan und Mark Selby dazu. Kathi Hartinger und Andreas Thies sprechen über einen abwechslungsreichen Tag im Alexandra Palace in London. Ronnie O'Sullivan ist ein Publikumsliebling. Überall, wo er spielt. In London aber noch ein kleines bisschen mehr. Da kommt schon auch mal die Prominenz vorbei, wie gestern Ron Wood von den Rolling Stones. Und Wood bekam etwas zu sehen. O'Sullivan zeigte sich durchaus spielfreudig und besiegte Jack Lisowski mit 6-1. Aber es war nicht so, als ob Lisowski chancenlos gewesen sei. Nein, fast in jedem Frame bekam er seine Chance von "The Rocket". Doch Chancen bekommen und sie ausnutzen sind zwei verschiedene Paar Schuhe. Und so stand am Ende ein sicherer 6-1-Sieg für Ronnie. Am Abend wurde es etwas knapper, aber letztlich siegte auch Mark Selby sicher gegen Stephen Maguire. Nach einem ersten Marathonframe sah es noch bis zum Midsession Interval so aus, als könne dies ein sehr enges Match werden, doch Maguire war nach dem Interval einfach zu fehlerhaft, um Selby ernsthaft in Bedrängnis zu bringen. Heute wird das Achtelfinale mit zwei weiteren Matches beschlossen.  

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The Rocket im Eiltempo ins Viertelfinale

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 15:18


Das Masters im Alexandra Palace kennt jetzt sechs der acht Viertelfinalisten. Am Dienstag kamen noch Ronnie O'Sullivan und Mark Selby dazu. Kathi Hartinger und Andreas Thies sprechen über einen abwechslungsreichen Tag im Alexandra Palace in London. Ronnie O'Sullivan ist ein Publikumsliebling. Überall, wo er spielt. In London aber noch ein kleines bisschen mehr. Da kommt schon auch mal die Prominenz vorbei, wie gestern Ron Wood von den Rolling Stones. Und Wood bekam etwas zu sehen. O'Sullivan zeigte sich durchaus spielfreudig und besiegte Jack Lisowski mit 6-1. Aber es war nicht so, als ob Lisowski chancenlos gewesen sei. Nein, fast in jedem Frame bekam er seine Chance von "The Rocket". Doch Chancen bekommen und sie ausnutzen sind zwei verschiedene Paar Schuhe. Und so stand am Ende ein sicherer 6-1-Sieg für Ronnie. Am Abend wurde es etwas knapper, aber letztlich siegte auch Mark Selby sicher gegen Stephen Maguire. Nach einem ersten Marathonframe sah es noch bis zum Midsession Interval so aus, als könne dies ein sehr enges Match werden, doch Maguire war nach dem Interval einfach zu fehlerhaft, um Selby ernsthaft in Bedrängnis zu bringen. Heute wird das Achtelfinale mit zwei weiteren Matches beschlossen.  

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Das Masters im Alexandra Palace kennt jetzt sechs der acht Viertelfinalisten. Am Dienstag kamen noch Ronnie O'Sullivan und Mark Selby dazu. Kathi Hartinger und Andreas Thies sprechen über einen abwechslungsreichen Tag im Alexandra Palace in London. Ronnie O'Sullivan ist ein Publikumsliebling. Überall, wo er spielt. In London aber noch ein kleines bisschen mehr. Da kommt schon auch mal die Prominenz vorbei, wie gestern Ron Wood von den Rolling Stones. Und Wood bekam etwas zu sehen. O'Sullivan zeigte sich durchaus spielfreudig und besiegte Jack Lisowski mit 6-1. Aber es war nicht so, als ob Lisowski chancenlos gewesen sei. Nein, fast in jedem Frame bekam er seine Chance von "The Rocket". Doch Chancen bekommen und sie ausnutzen sind zwei verschiedene Paar Schuhe. Und so stand am Ende ein sicherer 6-1-Sieg für Ronnie. Am Abend wurde es etwas knapper, aber letztlich siegte auch Mark Selby sicher gegen Stephen Maguire. Nach einem ersten Marathonframe sah es noch bis zum Midsession Interval so aus, als könne dies ein sehr enges Match werden, doch Maguire war nach dem Interval einfach zu fehlerhaft, um Selby ernsthaft in Bedrängnis zu bringen. Heute wird das Achtelfinale mit zwei weiteren Matches beschlossen.  

TIKI TAKA – Der La Liga Podcast – meinsportpodcast.de
The Rocket im Eiltempo ins Viertelfinale

TIKI TAKA – Der La Liga Podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 15:18


Das Masters im Alexandra Palace kennt jetzt sechs der acht Viertelfinalisten. Am Dienstag kamen noch Ronnie O'Sullivan und Mark Selby dazu. Kathi Hartinger und Andreas Thies sprechen über einen abwechslungsreichen Tag im Alexandra Palace in London. Ronnie O'Sullivan ist ein Publikumsliebling. Überall, wo er spielt. In London aber noch ein kleines bisschen mehr. Da kommt schon auch mal die Prominenz vorbei, wie gestern Ron Wood von den Rolling Stones. Und Wood bekam etwas zu sehen. O'Sullivan zeigte sich durchaus spielfreudig und besiegte Jack Lisowski mit 6-1. Aber es war nicht so, als ob Lisowski chancenlos gewesen sei. Nein, fast in jedem Frame bekam er seine Chance von "The Rocket". Doch Chancen bekommen und sie ausnutzen sind zwei verschiedene Paar Schuhe. Und so stand am Ende ein sicherer 6-1-Sieg für Ronnie. Am Abend wurde es etwas knapper, aber letztlich siegte auch Mark Selby sicher gegen Stephen Maguire. Nach einem ersten Marathonframe sah es noch bis zum Midsession Interval so aus, als könne dies ein sehr enges Match werden, doch Maguire war nach dem Interval einfach zu fehlerhaft, um Selby ernsthaft in Bedrängnis zu bringen. Heute wird das Achtelfinale mit zwei weiteren Matches beschlossen.  

My Dark Path
Death and Discovery – The Search for the Northwest Passage

My Dark Path

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 43:41


Shownotes:Travel this dark path to learn more about the dangers of historical sailing and the discovery of the Northwest Passage.Listen to Learn More About:Sir John Franklin, a captain who searched for the Northwest PassageErebus McClure and the discovery of the Northwest PassageKensal Green, the oldest of the Magnificent 7 CemeteriesSee full show notes at mydarkpath.comMusicLoyalty by Tru GenesisBrenner by FallsHeart Calligraphy by Cody MartinMusic Box by Stephen KeechHope by Fair FrameThe Calm by Stephen Keech

DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel
Ha-Zb - Weekend Remedy Show [dnbradio]

DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 200:18


Recorded 2022-01-10 19:02:06 DnB Radio Tracklisting: * Violent Cuts - Mental Lash* missledz - Contrivance* Kidsonic - Burnout (Original Mix)* Frame - Ladies* MOLECULAR - Saga* Emperor - Daft Funk (Original Mix)* Melinki & D'cypher - Rip Ya Torso (Ill Truth remix)* Hystatus - Anode * Resurgence - Mind Meld* Mefjus & Circuits - Sizzle Fizzle (Circuits Rewire) - 6A* S.P.Y - Rock Da House* ALIBI - Smash Through The City (feat Serum)* I-Dren - Perspective [AURAFR018] AURAYA RECORDINGS* Dub Phizix - Buffalo Charge (Data 3 Bootleg)* Sl8r - Asterix (Nymfo remix)* Frame & Base - The Octopus* Dedman - Revolution* BTK - The Deep* PH42E - GunRun* DJ Hazard - Candy Bass* BREAKAGE - Liff Up* Sustance - Legacy* Amoss/Visages - Long Island* Classifyed - The Illest (Original Mix)* Forbidden Society - Spectral (Original)* QUADRANT & IRIS - Calculated Risk (Sixfour remix)* DATA 3 - Covalence* INVADHERTZ - Cold Fluid* Melinki & HLZ - Nemea* CNOF - Revenge* Sam Binga, Particle & Redders - Stand Tall* Resurgence - Lost In Your Mind* JUBEI - Slipstream* EastColors - Bad Beats* Creatures & Philth - Life In The Loop (feat Joe Raygun - original mix)* Sili - Ay Swetch (Ozoh Remix)* Solace, Jabaru & MC Kenna - Premonition* KOAX/SUBLIMIT - Corrode* Focal_Tone___Kowa_-_Face_Value__Azrah_Remix* IN:MOST - Do You (Kasra remix)* Jestah & Creatures - Emulsifier (Black Barrel remix)* Echo Brown - Block Work VIP [Height Mastered_16_44_1] - 11A* ALIX PEREZ/MONTY - Untitled Malware* Rift - Never Last* PH42E - Hivemind* Askel & Elere/Askel/Elere - Searchlight (feat Nosfer)* BREDREN - Unidentified* D'CYPHER - Area 51* Creatures - The Way (original mix)* missledz - 70 Percent * goddard./Whiney - Prospa (Whiney Remix)* Violent Cuts - Embolism VIP* Askel & Elere/Askel/Elere - Do I Know U* Aperio - Only You (feat Leo Wood)* Kopious (Flat T & Ha-Zb) - Journey End v3 - 7A* Light Of Night - Play, Please (Original Mix)* Virtue, Impact MC - Finest Days (Livewire Remix)* Calibre - Close To Me* Embers Of Light - In The Moment * Classifyed - Ready To Ride (Original Mix)Tracklisting:* Violent Cuts - Mental Lash* missledz - Contrivance* Kidsonic - Burnout (Original Mix)* Frame - Ladies* MOLECULAR - Saga* Emperor - Daft Funk (Original Mix)* Melinki & D'cypher - Rip Ya Torso (Ill Truth remix)* Hystatus - Anode * Resurgence - Mind Meld* Mefjus & Circuits - Sizzle Fizzle (Circuits Rewire) - 6A* S.P.Y - Rock Da House* ALIBI - Smash Through The City (feat Serum)* I-Dren - Perspective [AURAFR018] AURAYA RECORDINGS* Dub Phizix - Buffalo Charge (Data 3 Bootleg)* Sl8r - Asterix (Nymfo remix)* Frame & Base - The Octopus* Dedman - Revolution* BTK - The Deep* PH42E - GunRun* DJ Hazard - Candy Bass* BREAKAGE - Liff Up* Sustance - Legacy* Amoss/Visages - Long Island* Classifyed - The Illest (Original Mix)* Forbidden Society - Spectral (Original)* QUADRANT & IRIS - Calculated Risk (Sixfour remix)* DATA 3 - Covalence* INVADHERTZ - Cold Fluid* Melinki & HLZ - Nemea* CNOF - Revenge* Sam Binga, Particle & Redders - Stand Tall* Resurgence - Lost In Your Mind* JUBEI - Slipstream* EastColors - Bad Beats* Creatures & Philth - Life In The Loop (feat Joe Raygun - original mix)* Sili - Ay Swetch (Ozoh Remix)* Solace, Jabaru & MC Kenna - Premonition* KOAX/SUBLIMIT - Corrode* Focal_Tone___Kowa_-_Face_Value__Azrah_Remix* IN:MOST - Do You (Kasra remix)* Jestah & Creatures - Emulsifier (Black Barrel remix)* Echo Brown - Block Work VIP [Height Mastered_16_44_1] - 11A* ALIX PEREZ/MONTY - Untitled Malware* Rift - Never Last* PH42E - Hivemind* Askel & Elere/Askel/Elere - Searchlight (feat Nosfer)* BREDREN - Unidentified* D'CYPHER - Area 51* Creatures - The Way (original mix)* missledz - 70 Percent * goddard./Whiney - Prospa (Whiney Remix)* Violent Cuts - Embolism VIP* Askel & Elere/Askel/Elere - Do I Know U* Aperio - Only You (feat Leo Wood)* Kopious (Flat T & Ha-Zb) - Journey End v3 - 7A* Light Of Night - Play, Please (Original Mix)* Virtue, Impact MC - Finest Days (Livewire Remix)* Calibre - Close To Me* Embers Of Light - In The Moment * Classifyed - Ready To Ride (Original Mix) Download, Distribute, and Donate!

The Lock Sportscast
84: New Locks and Video Courses

The Lock Sportscast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 29:01


Your weekly source for locksport news and sometimes interviews. Full show notes, including links, can be found at http://www.thelocksportscast.com  In this week’s episode: The Schlage Encode Plus Blocking relay attacks Thieves Targeting Garages A video safe manipulation course A Locksmithing video course A movie like jewelry heist and other criminal stories Sales Giveaways And more Announcements: Newpodcastapps.com The Locky Awards – Locksport Community Awards  Corrections: News: How to block my car key signal to prevent keyless vehicle theft  Thieves Targeting Garages In San Francisco's Pacific Heights Neighborhood  Community News: https://lpu.locksport-service.com/raffle/  Videos: The NEW Bowley Rotasera Disk Detainer Lock Teardown Safe Manipulation Course - Blastastic Journey - YouTube Announcement - Locksmithing for the Door, Frame and Hardware Distributor, a Primer  Meetups: Products: Schlage Encode Plus Smart Wifi Deadbolt Schlage's New Smart Lock Lets You Tap Your iPhone to Unlock Your Door  LPU Karate Belts: beltranking - lockpicking (reddit.com)  Mentorship Monday 3: The Belt System  2: Breaking Rules and Getting the Belt  All About The Lockpicking Belt Rankings System  Speedlocks: Speedlocks.org  Locksmith Story: Stories | American Key Supply  Lock Story: Criminals: Heist at Center City jewelry shop like 'part of a movie,' owner says Niagara police look to find rightful owners of stolen collector's items Real-Life Grinches Arrested! | Crime Voice Sales: The Lock Sportscast Sales List  https://bareboneslockpicking.com/  https://www.hooligankeys.com/ 15% off, code MAKE2022BETTER https://keydecoder.eu/?p=2078 discounted prices on website https://masterlocks.com/collections/surplus-sale 50% off www.mattslockpit.com picks discounted on site https://www.3dlocksport.com/ 10% off. CODE: LSCAST10 https://makolocks.com/ 15% off with code BUYMAKO Unknown exp https://uklockpickers.co.uk/ 10% off with code GIFT Giveaways and Contests: Panda-Frog (ENG-251) Lockpicking - Update Giveaway #SpeedAbus and Speedpicking the Abus 65/20  CLK Supplies Introducing #Lockboss Free Giveaway! Do you work with Locks & Keys or do Locksmithing?  Executive Producer:  Founding Executive Producers: Panda-Frog Michael Gilchrist Starrylock WilliamsBrain  Dave 2BDCy4D Liibans Locksport Journey Pat from Uncensored Tactical  threeraccoonsinacoat  Chirael Associate Executive Producers: Patty--cakes DoctorHogmaster Clayton Howard (Kewltune) Co-Producers: m0g Jon Lock Ratyoke MrPickur CrankyLockPicker RealTaiter JHPpicking Bare Bones Lock Picking Chief Content Producer: I fisk Content Producers: BandEAtoZ (Good Guy) Chirael Correct Jeans Jeff Moss Joshua Gonzalez Michael Gilchrist Panda-Frog Papa Rowboat Pocket Women Rein RubberBanned Tony Virelli Special thanks to: Contact Information: Email: podcast@thelocksportscast.com Twitter https://twitter.com/charlescurrent  Reddit: currentc57 on r/locksport Discord: Lockpickers United as Current, Extraordinary League of Pickers as Current, The Lock Sportscast as Current Join the Discord at http://discord.thelocksportscast.com The Lock Sportscast on Odysee Donate: http://paypal.thelocksportscast.com https://patreon.com/thelocksportscast

Street Cop Podcast
39.3-33 License Plate Frame Holder

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 5:06


In this rerun episode, Dennis explains how to look for license plate violations according to the law. Recorded on 03/04/2017. If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining

Paige's Pod
39. The Language of Color with Katie Southworth

Paige's Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 90:39


On this episode, Paige chats with her dear friend, Katie Southworth. Katie is an internationally recognized abstract artist and art educator currently based in Boston, MA. Originally from Darien Connecticut, she graduated from Colby College in Waterville, Maine with Bachelors degrees in Studio Art and Psychology. She went on to receive her Masters in Teaching at the Tufts School of the Museum of Fine Arts in May 2018. In August of 2021, after three years of teaching, she decided to pursue her fine art career full time!Katie discusses her journey from art educator to full time artist and the meaning behind her beautiful, colorful work. Every piece that Katie creates uses color as the language and her over arching goal is to always make a calming visual aid for mindfulness and meditation. Katie expresses how her work is so closely tied to her own trauma of losing her mom in 2015, which induced an extreme sense of clarity of what to express through her paintings. Katie's work focuses solely on color and light as a way from staying away from darkness and depression. Paige and Katie chat about how being open and allowing yourself to say yes to opportunities that you would normally say no to allows new doors to open. They also discuss the challenges, importance, and power of letting go in order to create more time, space, and energy to focus on what truly brings you joy, passion, and peace.Katie has 100 of her original works are in private collections in New York City, Vero Beach, LA, Edgartown, Hermosa Beach, Oakland, Denver, Canada, Slovenia, and more. Katie's work has been featured in international publications including House & Garden UK, Vanity Fair London, and British Vogue. Her first solo show "Colorjoy" at New Canaan Gallery and Frame attracted over 300 people to Opening Night, and 10 pieces sold in total. Katie paints, exhibits, and sells her work out of her studio space in the Sowa Arts District of Boston, and is a member of the SoWa Artist Guild. Find her at 450 Harrison Avenue Studio #412B Boston, MA. To follow and support Katie, check out her website https://www.katiesouthworthart.com and follow along on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/katiesouthworth_art .

Frame & Reference Podcast
33: "Titans" & "The Lost Symbol" DP Boris Mojsovski, ASC CSC

Frame & Reference Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 80:55


Welcome to Season 2 of Frame & Reference and Happy New Year! On this first episode of 2022, Kenny talks with cinematographer Boris Mojsovski, ASC CSC. You might now Boris from his work on the HBO Max series "Titans", the SyFy show "12 Monkeys" and the Peacock series "The Lost Symbol." Enjoy the episode! Follow Kenny on twitter @kwmcmillan Frame & Reference is supported by Filmtools and ProVideo Coalition. Filmtools is the West Coasts leading supplier of film equipment. From cameras and lights to grip and expendables, Filmtools has you covered for all your film gear needs. Check out Filmtools.com for more. ProVideo Coalition is a top news and reviews site focusing on all things production and post. Check out ProVideoCoalition.com for the latest news coming out of the industry. Check out ProVideoCoalition.com for more!

Me1 vs Me2 Snooker with Richard Herring

Frame 126 - Seventeen Years To Go. The contest is reaching a crucial stage where every frame played counts as one frame to whoever wins it and the trophy can be won or lost right now, though we won't be able to be sure about that until one or all of the players are dead. It's a cracking frame of snooker though and all good fun, until everyone gets a bit weird near the end. But don't let that put you off. You are not wasting your time with this, whatever other people might tell you. You're part of something important. At least, it's as important as anything. All of this will be stripped away and forgotten and we will be but dust on the breeze. Look/listen out for some amazing shots.

Toks Talks
143: About setting clear goals all 2022

Toks Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 25:21


The word for January is Clarity. If you're clear on where you're going, you hold more power to make decisions concerning your life. This week Toks, shares here 3 goal framework and how to set and frame your goals to maximize your chances for success. 3 Types of goals Health Wealth Stealth Considerations when creating your goals Make your goals as specific as you need them to be for clarity Frame your goals as if you already have them Create Domino Goals Take the path of least resistance Have and amazing week! Subscribe to my Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCig96m6QcalH9advYaFTtcA www.ToksTalks.com Follow @ToksTalks on all socials ***Have any questions or anything you think I should talk about? Slide into my DMs or send me an email at Its.tokstalks@gmail.com!

Below The Frame with Matt Vogel
Michelle Hickey & Lara MacLean/"Monitors"

Below The Frame with Matt Vogel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 85:04


On this encore episode of Below the Frame, Matt chats with Sesame Street wranglers Michelle Hickey and Lara MacLean about their jobs as wranglers on Sesame Street, a current list of live hand Sesame Street characters, and what one item they cannot do their job without.  We also learn about how important "monitors" are in the world of television puppetry (hint: very important).

Mind Revolution
Bridging the Gap Between You and You

Mind Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 36:09


Carl Rogers, whose work changed the way therapists work with their clients, said that humans are designed for fulfillment, joy, wholeness, and success. We're created for self-actualization. That's why we always find ourselves wanting more, striving for more, wanting to be better. We sense that innate potential within ourselves.   It's like we're all living with two versions of ourselves at the same time. There's the self that you are now and the self that you want to be. There's you experiencing the world now, and there's your actualized self.    Self-actualization begins with awareness. Awareness of where you are now and where you want to be, and the awareness that everything you need is already inside of you. This awareness allows you to shed comparison and competition, paving the way for personal growth and win-wins.    Awareness helps you shift your direction filter to a positive-toward direction, focusing on what you want rather than focusing on what you don't want. In this way, the target gets bigger as you move towards your goal, increasing your momentum and getting to where you want to be much more quickly than focusing on what you're trying to leave behind.   How can we bridge the gap between the version of you that exists today and the self-actualized you? Both iterations of yourself already exist in your unconscious mind. So how can you move closer to the actualized self and experience more of that in your daily life?   Change your thinking. Pay attention to your thoughts and how you're feeling. When you're not feeling great, it always mean you're thinking a thought that negatively impacted your sense of wellbeing. If what you're thinking about doesn't feel good, shift your thought to something that feels even just a little bit better. Frame things in positive, toward language. Think about what you want in your life without judgment or impatience. Just relish in the daydream. Explore what those things will do for you and how they'll make you feel. The most important time to do this is before  you find yourself in a crappy mood and then when a crappy mood shows up. Yep, I've said it before — manage your state.   Watch your words. Be mindful of the words in your head and those that come out of your mouth. Remember that your unconscious mind takes everything personally. Whether you're thinking good or bad thoughts, your unconscious mind thinks it's about you.    Not only that. We limit the people in our lives by what we think and say about them. Imagine yourself and the people around you completely whole, happy, fulfilled, and successful. Hold onto that vision. You're likely to see a change in a positive direction.    Take consistent action. Learn something new. Access available resources. Rewrite negative beliefs. Take baby steps in the direction of what you want. Do these things consistently, and momentum will grow. This will allow you to bridge the gap between the two yous. As you build momentum and achieve small victories, you'll find yourself being guided to where you're supposed to be. It's a beautiful thing, and it's totally within your reach. In fact, it's already in you.     Thanks for listening!   To share your thoughts:   Leave a note in the comment section below Use the “I have a question” button Share this show on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn  Find Brenda on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube Links from today's episode:   Check out our freebies! Join the Sales Mindset Makeover   To help out the show:   Leave a positive review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews help, and I read each and every one. Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher or Libsyn

Frame of Mind Coaching Podcast
Creating Space For the Bees: With Jonathan Friedman

Frame of Mind Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 23:43


New year, new guests, and new stories! Welcome back to The Frame of Mind Coaching™ Podcast. And what greater way to be back than with a special guest!Today's guest is the wonderful Jonathan Friedman. As some of you already know, he's one of my five kids, and we've been working together for the last number of years. Jonathan has been a part of the FOM family (or FOMily, as he likes to put it) for a long time, and now he's on a new journey as President of The Journal That Talks Back™, an accessible coaching platform for young professionals and post-secondary school students.Jonathan sits with me to discuss his struggle with anxiety. Right now he has a lot of things on his plate and, naturally, that causes a lot of stress. But it doesn't end there. Jonathan describes this issue as if he has bees buzzing around in his head, and those bees are now affecting his sleep and even his relationships. And in talking, I discover that he's not actually making any space to attend to those bees.What I mean is that we should allow ourselves some “bee time”, where we're not neglecting the anxiety and stress, but facing it. And while there are many, many different ways to do that, the important thing is that you actually do make that time for yourself. So don't just lock the bees away. Make time for them, and who knows, you could even be able to use them for brilliance!Join the conversation!www.frameofmindcoaching.com/the-frame-of-mind-coaching-podcastClick here to learn more about The Journal That Talks Back™:www.thejournalthattalksback.com/Read this episode's transcript here:www.buzzsprout.com/1252997/episodes/9823465Do you have a challenge you'd like to discuss? Reach out! If there's any issue you want to talk about here on the podcast or privately, please send me an email:kim@frameofmindcoaching.com

Flourish
Your Words & Thoughts are Key To The Life You Desire.

Flourish

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 11:51


Everything in the World Begins With and revolves around two things: Your “Words” and your “Thoughts.” Frame the future you want in 2022. Sign up at www.Flourishingenterprises.org --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dr-grace-nichols/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-grace-nichols/support

The Sundilla Radio Hour
The Sundilla Radio Hour #454

The Sundilla Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 59:01


The Sundilla Radio Hour for the week of 12/27/2021 featuring: Rhiannon Giddens “I Shall Not Be Moved” They're Calling Me Home (2021 Nonesuch) 4:58 T. Buckley “After You Got Back” Frame by Frame (2021 FALLEN TREE) 4:07 Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio “Still She Will Fly” Still She Will Fly (2015 Heather Pierson) 4:02 JP Harris “Country Blues” Don't You Marry No Railroad Man (2021 JP Harris/Free Dirt) 3:20 Martyn Joseph “Born Too Late” 1960 (2021 Pipe) 4:25 Elaine Romanelli “Forty Back” The Hour Before (2015 Elaine Romanelli) 3:08 The Rough & Tumble “You Took Your Turn” We're Only Family If You Say So (2021 The Rough & Tumble) 3:16 Joe Crookston “The Nazarene” Darkling & the BlueBird Jubilee (2011 Joe Crookston) 4:37 The Washington Squares “The Other Side of Sin” Fair and Square (1989 Gold Castle) 3:26 Ordinary Elephant “Hope to Be That Happy” Honest (2019 Ordinary Elephant) 4:02 Over The Moon “I Can't Get Over You” Chinook Waltz (2021 Borealis) 3:23 Moors & McCumber “There's Always Something” Survival (2021 M & M) 4:01

Frame Skip
The 2021 Frame Skip Awards (Frame Skip - Ep. 82)

Frame Skip

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 81:34


In Frame Skip's final episode of 2021, the guys host the annual Frame Skip Awards, where they honor games and moments from 2021. Follow Frame Skip on Twitter @FrameSkipPod, on Instagram @FrameSkipPod and on Facebook at facebook.com/frameskippod.  Find the podcast crew on social media, George is @purplebird616, Elijah is @locolizardman, Austin is @AustinJEller and Seth is @seththe90skid.  Follow Elijah on Twitch for his frequent streams here: https://www.twitch.tv/locolizardman. Likewise, find George's independent comic book podcast, Shortbox Summary, here: https://www.shortboxsummary.com/podlinks. Submit questions for the show at bit.ly/FrameSkipQ  You can also send in your questions to frameskippodcast@gmail.com! Frame Skip is available on Podbean, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, Amazon Music Podcasts, and YouTube! A huge thank you to Dan Ricci for producing Frame Skip's intro, and Andie Culbertson for doing all of the graphics for the show.

All In with Rick Jordan
Setting Your Frame for 2022 | Rick Jordan

All In with Rick Jordan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 9:36


About Episode: When you think of committing to a New Year's resolution, do you consider your frame of mind? Do you consider prioritizing yourself?Listen in on how you can make the most of 2022 and conquer your goals.Episode References: Apple - https://www.apple.com/The Great resignation - https://tinyurl.com/2p83vz63Your Circle Today Might Not Be Your Circle Tomorrow | Rick Jordan - https://tinyurl.com/mvcu27yrGroundhog Day - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Groundhog_DayConnect:Connect with Rick: https://linktr.ee/mrrickjordanUniversal Rate & Review: https://lovethepodcast.com/allinwithrickjordanSubscribe & Review to ALL IN with Rick Jordan on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RickJordanALLIN

I Get It
080: How to frame resolutions for 2022

I Get It

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 36:53


In this episode we talk about how we're setting up goals and resolutions for the new year! Rather than just saying somethings we want to be better at or do in the new year, we talk about who we want to become in life and how we can use the new year to fuel these goals. To connect with Tera: https://www.instagram.com/terawages/

In The Frame Podcast
In The Frame Podcast Episode 63 | 2022 New Year Goals!

In The Frame Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 69:57


On season 3 finale we talk about our goals and what we have learned this year! We also talk about what this upcoming year and what gear we might cop! This and much more on this weeks episode! Don't forget to subscribe and like. If you are on Apple podcast or Spotify please share this podder to other creatives! Be sure to listen on Spotify & Apple Podcast! Podder: https://www.instagram.com/intheframepodcast/ Peter: https://www.instagram.com/petercolinsframes/ Alberto: https://www.instagram.com/a_mendoza_/ Frame Of The Week: @aronrossfilms Thanks for your support! For business inquiries contact us here: intheframepodcast@gmail.com #InTheFramePodcast #JustCreate #SonyHomies

Art of the Cut
2021: A Year In Review

Art of the Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 82:25


2021 is (nearly) behind us and we thought it was prudent to gather a group of regular contributors to this feed and a handful of other entertainment insiders from around the industry to look back at the year. On the show we have regular hosts Ron Dawson, Scott Simmons & Damian Allen as well as Zeke Margolis (Account Director Melrose Mac), Sam Mestman (CEO We Make Movies) & Gary Adcock (Exec Director Filmscape Chicago). Enjoy the episode! Thank you for listening and supporting this show. We all wish you a very happy New Year! Liking the podcast? Leave a review on your favorite platform! We greatly appreciate your feedback :) The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Out of Frame Behind the Scenes
Season 02, Episode 50: End of Year Awards!

Out of Frame Behind the Scenes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 71:22


For the final episode of the year, we decided to host an informal awards ceremony for the movies and shows of 2021. We gave out awards for; Best Actor, Best Actress, Scene Stealer, Unexpected Gem, Biggest Disappointment, Worst TV Show, Best TV Show, Worst Movie, and Best Movie. If you need some Netflix recommendations (and avoidances), you won't want to miss this one! LINKS: Out of Frame series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLa5yyWoUx0nXUeSpxDMqznYqIjjcgLKmc Out of Frame Shorts: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLa5yyWoUx0nX8wr2JUe7XLUJYVuhka0j7 Out of Frame Podcasts YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiS5rEmhnLwo1IG9bgr19Og Out of Frame Twitter: https://twitter.com/OutofFrameFEE Out of Frame Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/outofframefee/ Out of Frame Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/OutofFrameShow Out of Frame Discord: https://discord.gg/VgDD95Cc

In The Frame Podcast
In The Frame Podcast Episode 62 | How To Obtain Retainer Clients

In The Frame Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 65:45


Episode 62 with Joel, on this episode we have Inland Empire content creator Joel, who has a media company with his wife. We discuss everything from finding your own brand to dealing with customer nightmares. All this and much more on this weeks episode. Don't forget to subscribe and like. If you are on Apple podcast or Spotify please share this podder to other creatives! Be sure to listen on Spotify & Apple Podcast! Podder: https://www.instagram.com/intheframepodcast/ Peter: https://www.instagram.com/petercolinsframes/ Alberto: https://www.instagram.com/a_mendoza_/ Joel: https://www.instagram.com/joelito.esp/ Frame Of The Week: @olgadzhirova Thanks for your support! For business inquiries contact us here: intheframepodcast@gmail.com #InTheFramePodcast #JustCreate #SonyHomies

Boxoffice Podcast
Christmas Box Office Preview & Indie Focus with Greg Laemmle

Boxoffice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 35:42


In this week's episode of The Boxoffice Podcast, Daniel Loria, Rebecca Pahle, and Shawn Robbins discuss the historic opening weekend for Spider-Man: No Way Home, what we can expect from the Christmas box office, as well as new releases like Sing 2 and The Matrix Resurrections. In our feature segment Rebecca Pahle interviews Greg Laemmle, president of Laemmle Theaters, a Southern California-based chain of independent cinemas that has been around since the 1930's. Greg shares how they've been able to adapt through the years, and what changes he thinks we can expect in the near future.Give us your feedback on our podcast by filling out this survey: https://forms.gle/CcuvaXCEpgPLQ6d18 Episode Resources: Omicron Introduces New Wave of Restrictions for Cinemas Across Several Markets Weekend Box Office Forecast: Spider-Man: No Way Home Aims for Possible $100M+ 2nd Frame as Sing 2 Tracks to Upset The Matrix Resurrections as Top Christmas Debut What to Listen For 00:00 Intro 01:58 Spider-Man: No Way Home opens to $260m domestically, what does this mean for the industry? 08:12 How Spider-Man: No Way Home is a reflection of Sony's commitment to theatrical distribution & exhibition despite new restrictions around the world 12:12 Update on the Cineworld & Cineplex legal situation 14:01 A new law was passed in NYC requiring cinemas to have open caption showtimes in at least 25% of their screenings for any title that runs in cinemas 15:02 What's coming up for the Christmas box office & what you can expect 20:14 Rebecca's interview with Greg Laemmle

The Contracting Handbook
Brittany Farrow of @girls_can_frame talks mentoring, stereotypes, jobsite etiquette, and safety.

The Contracting Handbook

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 23:34


Mike Knoche has been running his general contracting business for 16 years. It's been trial by fire and in The Contracting Handbook, Mike shares his successes, his failures and asks other industry leaders to join him in a discussion of how to run a contracting business! The Contracting Handbook podcast discusses the behind the scenes running of a small contracting company. It's everything from starting up, working with employees, subcontractors, and clients. Remember, it won't just be Mike's perspective as he will talk to contractors from all over the world about theirs too! Why the world over? Because through his travels in the off season he's come to see that contractors everywhere have similar business needs, struggles, and ideas in common. We a are a global community of builders! Contact Mike at info@thecontractinghandbook.com for questions, comments, or to be interviewed.Please hit the subscribe button, leave a review, comment or question. I want your feedback. Host: Mike KnocheWebsite: The Contracting HandbookInstagram: @thecontractinghandbookPatreon: Mike Knoche Guest: Brittany FarrowFacebook: BM Farrow ConstructionInstagram: @girls_can_frame

Woodshop Life Podcast
Episode 87 - Critical Mistakes Were Made, Crappy Shellac Finish, Shop Lights Layout & MUCH More!

Woodshop Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 57:58


Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife   Sean 1) Recall an instance when you messed up at a critical step in a build. Then describe what you did to shake off the setback, and what if anything, you did to save the project? Michael 2) Hey guys, I have a question about “chasing the burr” when sharpening plane irons. I use a veritas mark II guide and get a great polish on my PM-V11 plane irons with a 12,000 grit Shapton stone. After the microbevel has a consistent sheen all the way across, I take the iron out of the guide and use the ruler trick to remove the burr. I've tried swiping back and forth just once all the way up to 7 or 8 times. Sometimes I can shave my forearm hairs at that point, but often have to go to a strop for a few passes before doing the ruler trick again on the 12,000 grit stone. Since I primarily use bevel up planes with differing blade angles, I'd really prefer not to have to use the strop because it's hard for me to tell what angle I'm at when stropping freehand. Do you guys have any advice that can help me remove the burr without having to chase it? Damon   Huy 1) I'm moving to a new basement shop with no windows. My concern is about overhead lighting. Did you use program to help layout of design?  I'm working on tool and dust collector now. Also I'm leaning to 4' LED at 5k color.  Suggestions?  Thanks, Chris Hough 2) My current project required extensive use of a tongue and groove bit set (specifically the Freud adjustable kit) to make siding and flooring. My next project is a set of cabinets for my laundry room (lowers, uppers, and a full-height pantry). Shaker-style, no profiles on the cope-and-stick frames. Is there any reason I shouldn't / can't use the T&G set to route the rails and stiles for the cabinet doors and frames, and should purchase a set with a more "refined" profile? I like the Freud kit, you can really dial in the fit, especially for veneered center panels, but all the cool kids on the interwebs seem to use specific, profiled bits. I should mention I saw Guy did a video with an adjustable set, but you know what they say - don't trust anyone over 40 (I'm 44). Regardless there are 3 of you, so death match over it or something. The cabinets will be made of hard maple which I know is a P.I.T.A. to work with and route cleanly, but I got a tree in the kiln and the T&G I just finished was over 1000 linear feet of Black Locust, so whatever I do will be relatively easy. Frame of reference - Huy, the Honey Locust you had a hard time on your daughter's...bassinet(?) with is 1580lbf Janka. Black Locust is 1700. Hard Maple - pffft only 1450. Cherry/Walnut right around 1000. Thanks for the advice. I'm starting on these in early December, so I'll probably use whatever answer you provide in early January (in case your recent requests for questions have resulted in a backlog). Thanks for keeping it real. Tom   Guy 1) I have a question about cleaning my 3 HP dust collector with dual canisters. I have the Grizz G0562 but I assume that the Jet, Powermatic and other brands similar models are maintained the same. How often, if ever, should I clean the canisters and how best to do that? I recently gave my shop the semiannual leaf blower clean and when I passed the blower in front of the canisters I saw a huge amount of fine dust drop down into the bag. I somewhat often spin the handle on top of the canister but that doesn't seem to release anything noticable. Thanks fellas, keep up the great work! Jeremy 2) Enjoy the podcast and this is the second time I've submitted a question.  You addressed my first question very well so let's see if we can go 2 for 2. I hear you guys, especially Guy, touting the benefits of shellac.  I'm not feeling the love personally.  Now I don't use flakes and mix my own which may be the problem.  I use the Zinzer product and brush it on.  I have trouble with uneven coats, some areas drying too fast keeping me from working with a wet edge.  Lots of runs and just generally uneven and ugly.  I hear you talking about spraying which I can do but haven't tried that yet.  When spraying what do you use to clean the sprayer?  I'm using ammonia per instructions to clean my brushes but not thrilled with using it on the sprayer. Do I just need to start mixing my own to get a decent finish?  Also the Zinzer leaves too much of a glossy finish, how do I get more satin? Tom  

The Unapologetic Man Podcast
FRAME CONTROL ATOMIC BOMB: 5 Rapid "Why Questions" to Seduce Girls

The Unapologetic Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 20:54


Having good frame control is the number one thing that is going to make a woman attracted to you. One of the best ways to establish that you are the prize, and it's her who needs to qualify herself to you is to challenge her with "Why Questions". Apply for a FREE Consultation with Mark: https://coachmarksing.com/coaching/ Grab Mark's Free Program: "The Approach Formula": http://www.CoachMarkSing.com/The-Approach-Formula Follow Mark on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachmarksing/ Contact Mark Directly: CoachMarkSing@Gmail.com