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Mea culpa – Schande über unser Haupt
#129 Sehr sehr sehr klein

Mea culpa – Schande über unser Haupt

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 51:32


Ladies and Gentlemen, Chris hatte seine erste Live Moderation!!!! Und anfangs ging hier Arsch auf Grundeis. Anfangs…danach hat er dat Ding gerockt! Und wenn er schon mal im Flow ist, gehts munter weiter. Nämlich zur Filmpremiere mit Elyas M‘Barek! Ihr könnt euch vorstellen, was das für ihn bedeutet… Bei Lilli gehts weiterhin ein wenig unaufgeregter zu. Obwohl…sie hatte einen Sex Traum. Kennt man langsam von ihr. Doch dieser war richtig richtig ziemlich sehr…klein… Also eine herbe Enttäuschung. Gar nicht so enttäuschend scheint der neue König von England zu sein. Findet Lilli, nachdem sie eine Doku über ihn gesehen hat. Denn Charles hat ein Herz für Bienen. Kann also nur gut werden…. Lilli: https://www.instagram.com/lilli Chris: https://www.instagram.com/chrizz_chrozz/

SWR2 am Samstagnachmittag
Deutsches Landwirtschaftsmuseum Hohenheim-Stuttgart

SWR2 am Samstagnachmittag

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 3:02


Wenn es in diesen Tagen wieder „Auf zum Wasen" heißt, dann ist es gut zu wissen, dass das Stuttgarter Volksfest, ähnlich wie das Münchner Oktoberfest, auf eine landwirtschaftliche Tradition zurück geht. Gar nicht weit entfernt vom festlichen Treiben, klärt das Landwirtschaftsmuseum Hohenheim über landwirtschaftliches Arbeiten in den letzten 200 Jahren auf. Während vor 200 Jahren noch Ochsen mühsam das Feld pflügten, wird der Acker heute von gigantischen Landmaschinen umgewälzt. Im Deutschen Landwirtschaftsmuseum in Hohenheim ist diese Entwicklung eindrücklich zu sehen.

Getting Bridged with Gar and Kelli
The Old Neighborhood Feel

Getting Bridged with Gar and Kelli

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 32:23


Gar and Kelli go back to the old neighborhood for a discussion on how to cross the road and not get squashed, turntable-style checkouts at the grocery store, and Kar Krafts with the Street Angels.

Art World: Whitehot Magazine with Noah Becker
Art Auctions Expert David Norman with Host Noah Becker

Art World: Whitehot Magazine with Noah Becker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 34:40


David Norman began his career in 1985 as a specialist in the field of Impressionist & Modern Art at Sotheby's.  He became director of the department in 1999, a World-wide Chairman for the division in 2008, and then a Vice Chairman of Sotheby's North American.  From 2019-2022, he was Chairman of the Phillips auction house in America. David directed sales of art works from such institutions as the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Los Angeles County Museum as well as numerous other public and private foundations.   In the early 1990s, David pioneered and directed Sotheby's first sales of 20th Century German art, staging the first international auction in the then unified city of Berlin.  In 2004, David oversaw the auction of the first painting to ever break the $100 million barrier, Pablo Picasso's Garçon a la Pipe.   In 2010, he curated Sotheby's first private selling exhibition of Modern Art in Hong Kong and Beijing.   Under his leadership and tenure, Sotheby's not only sold the first $100 million painting, but also the first sculpture to exceed $100 million (Giacometti's Walking Man) and the first work on paper to pass that same mark (Edvard Munch's, The Scream).   In 2017, David acquired an early pointillist painting for the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. As a leading industry expert, David has been frequently quoted in publications such as the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, ArtNews and Art at Auction magazine.   He has appeared on television networks such as CNBC and foreign outlets including CNN Asia, podcasts interviews for the Financial Times, China, and is a frequent contributor of articles for several online journals. One of the most recognized auction experts in the field of Impressionist & Modern Art and a trusted advisor to private collectors for over 35 years, Mr. Norman launched David Norman Fine Art, llc, to continue to advise and assist individuals and institutions worldwide. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/noah-becker4/support

Kölncampus
Die "Antibaby-Pille": Pros und Cons & der Forschungsstand

Kölncampus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 3:27


Lilli Messer hat sich mit den Vor- und Nachteilen der "Antibaby-Pille" auseinandergesetzt. Gar nicht einfach, da den Durchblick zu behalten.

Hidden Oaks Overdose: Football Fix
2022 12 (108) NFL Week 2 Review, RIP Vikings

Hidden Oaks Overdose: Football Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 29:27


Join our discord: https://discord.gg/g2mhF9RKnm The duality of teams. The Pack look all the way back, and the Vikes look dead. Similarly, Josh and Gar have fantasy ups and downs of their own. Will art contiune to mirror reality? Segment Start Times: Gar's Grinder - 3:00 Rant & Rave - 5:25 Weekly Recap - 9:45 Hoodlines - 13:10 Worthy Waivers - 19:35 Outro - 24:45 Obituaries - 25:25 Venmo Tip Jars: @garlicjohnson @Joshua_Mitchell_11 News Music Cred: "Free Music - Breaking News Background Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TErfsQ1tmQ Sad Music Cred: "Shane Ivers - Yearning" is under a Creative Commons (CC-BY 3.0) license https://www.youtube.com/c/SilvermanSound Music promoted by BreakingCopyright: https://youtu.be/ocARBY6kahc

Vertigo - La 1ere
Lʹinvitée: Céline Pernet, "Garçonnières"

Vertigo - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 18:37


Réalisatrice et anthropologue, Céline Pernet questionne son rapport aux hommes de sa génération. Répondant à une annonce, des hommes de 30 à 45 ans se prêtent au jeu de l'interview, dans une quête tant intime que sociétale. Avec un regard amusé et bienveillant, "Garçonnières" témoigne d'un besoin urgent de discuter des modèles de masculinités contemporains. "Garçonnières" est à voir en salles romandes dès le 21 septembre. Céline Pernet est l'invitée d'Anne Laure Gannac.

Heimsendir
#54 Lífið í Reykjavík með Almari Blæ Sigurjónssyni

Heimsendir

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 76:50


Hver er munurinn á Reykjavík og Tokyo? Túristar og tímaferðalög, mávar í Garðabæ, post-covid leikhús og fleiri umræðuefni prýða þennan þátt með góðvini Heimsendis, Almari Blæ Sigurjónssyni, leikara við Þjóðleikhúsið. Kæri hlustandi, takk fyrir að hlusta! Í haust heldur veislan áfram með Lífið í Tokyo sem og gestaþáttum. Það verða hljóð og katakana, vettvangsferðir og afkimar japanskrar menningar. Fylgist þið með!

Samfélagið
Skólp, vistvottað hverfi og islenskur málstaðall

Samfélagið

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022


Nú er verið að skipta um síur í skólphreinsistöðinni við Klettagarða og það er ekkert áhlaupaverk. Við heimsækjum hreinsistöðina og spjöllum við Pál Ragnar Pálsson hjá Veitum um þetta verkefni og spyrjum hann út í kerfin sem taka við, hreinsa og dæla burt skólpi. Urriðaholt í Garðabæ er fyrsta vistvottaða hverfið á Íslandi, þar voru innleiddar svokallaðar blágrænar ofanvatnslausnir, sem viðhalda þá vatni og lífríki hins fagra Urriðavatns sem er þarna rétt við. Það eru um hálfur annar áratugur síðan uppbygging þarna hófst og við ætlum að fara yfir skilvirkni þessara innviða, reynslu og áskoranir með Hrund Ólöf Andradóttur prófessor í umhverfisverkfræði sem hefur leitt rannsóknir á hverfinu. Svo fáum við málfarsspjall í dag, ekki málfarsmínútu - það þarf lengri tíma til að velta fyrir sér íslenskum málstaðli og hvort eigi að breyta honum, og hverjir eigi að gera það og þá hvernig - við fáum málfarsráðunaut RÚV, Önnu Sigríði Þráinsdóttur og Eirík Rögnvaldsson prófessor emiritus til okkar en þau leiða umræður um þetta hitamál á fræðakvöldi í neskirkju í kvöld.

Astro arXiv | all categories
Resonant Production of Light Sterile Neutrinos in Compact Binary Merger Remnants

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 0:48


Resonant Production of Light Sterile Neutrinos in Compact Binary Merger Remnants by Garðar Sigurðarson et al. on Sunday 18 September The existence of eV-mass sterile neutrinos is not ruled out because of persistent experimental anomalies. Upcoming multi-messenger detections of neutron-star merger remnants could provide indirect constraints on the existence of these particles. We explore the active-sterile flavor conversion phenomenology in a two-flavor scenario (1 active + 1 sterile species) as a function of the sterile neutrino mixing parameters, neutrino emission angle from the accretion torus, and temporal evolution of the merger remnant. The torus geometry and the neutron richness of the remnant are responsible for the occurrence of multiple resonant active-sterile conversions. The number of resonances strongly depends on the neutrino emission direction above or inside the remnant torus and leads to large production of sterile neutrinos (and no antineutrinos) in the proximity of the polar axis as well as more sterile antineutrinos than neutrinos in the equatorial region. As the black hole torus evolves in time, the shallower baryon density is responsible for more adiabatic flavor conversion, leading to larger regions of the mass-mixing parameter space being affected by flavor mixing. Our findings imply that the production of sterile states can have indirect implications on the disk cooling rate, its outflows, and related electromagnetic observables which remain to be assessed. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.07544v1

JD Talkin Sports
JD TALKIN SPORTS #1110

JD Talkin Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 58:24


Hate to see #treylance go down like that for the @49ers today.  Good thing they kept #jimmygaroppolo who looks great today vs @seahawks & #petecarroll what was that trick play in #redzone with terrible INT by RB. #genosmith was so good Monday night why take the ball out of his hands?  Ugly.  Really ugly.  @nyjets score two TD's after two minute warning and stun #brownietheelf @clevelandbrowns 31-30.  #garrettwilson scores #gamewinner and finishes with over 100 yards receiving and 2 TD's on the day.  @nygiants 2-0 @livestrongernyc is dancing in the streets.  @lan.aponte too.  But four FG's need to get TD's. #bakermayfield didn't do much and @panthers lost 9th in a row.  Rhule is on the hot seat.  5-16 in one possession games since 2020. Thanks for that one #davidhale #tuatagovailoa six TD passes and 469 passing yards @miamidolphins out score @ravens & #lamarjackson who had over 400 yards of offense 28-3 in 4th. #tyreekhill & #jaylenwaddle combined for 22 catches 361 yards & 4 TD's in 42-38 comeback win.  What a game. @sundevilfb #hermedwards is done.  @espn #collegegameday should be at 3-0 @dukefootball @kufootball meeting in #lawrence Saturday.  #ggg time to retire after last night's snooze fest vs #caneloalvarez which went the distance.  Congrats @snyderman45 winning #gold at #worldwrestlingchampionships in Serbia.  #aaronjudge 59 #homeruns what a season!

Hidden Oaks Overdose: Football Fix
2022 11 (107) NFL Week 2 Preview, Chill Vikes Fans

Hidden Oaks Overdose: Football Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 34:20


Join our discord: https://discord.gg/g2mhF9RKnm Josh and Gar discuss who you should start and sit in NFL's action packed week 2. What do you think about their takes? Let us know in the discord! Segment Start Times: Start/Sit - 3:05 FanDuel Fave - 19:00 Sleeper Ov/Und - 26:00 Preview - 27:40 Outro - Venmo Tip Jars: @garlicjohnson @Joshua_Mitchell_11

The World According To Gar - A GarCast

This week hosts Gar @TheRealDeFo the GarFather @26MikeRedmond and DenBob @dbosco30 discuss Gar's single weekend in Florida, karaoke, no see ums, our wedding songs, what we are watching including #HouseOfDragon #ForAllMankind , read listener feedback, and much, much more!! Join the GarNation family on Discord -> https://discord.gg/9XPx7rBynS Find all our closing music in a play list on Spotify! The GarParel store is now open. Go to cafepress.com/garcast You can contact the GarCast by any of the following ways via Linktree Email thegarcast@gmail.com If you want, you can send us a voice message by following this link https://anchor.fm/garcast/message Intro Music Dead To The World by Clyde YouTube Video Here Closing Music is Love On The Rocks Performed by Neil Diamond FRIENDS OF THE SHOW What's the PHDeal? Podcast on iTunes, Spotify, etc Be sure to check out Clyde on Facebook Check out music from Men And Whales -> https://menandwhales.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garcast/message

LA.LV KLAUSIES!
Aļņu buļļus nemedīt vienu gadu? "Šauj garām!" #144 epizode

LA.LV KLAUSIES!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 72:43


Tiekamies ar mednieku un mežinieku Mārci Saklauru, kura aizraušanās savā ziņā ir aļņu vērošana un pētīšana. Kādēļ samazināts limits, cil veca ir aļņu populācija, kā glābt situāciju, ko var darīt mednieki? Par to visu sarunājas @Linda Dombrovska ! Epizode sadarbībā ar SIA Ieroči! Noskaties epizodi un uzzini, kas jādara, lai saņemtu pārsteiguma balvu! https://siaieroci.lv/ Pielikums: Putnu medības https://veikals.latvijasmediji.lv/shop/product/1699 Garšojam kafiju no @Militaryshop.lv @Mil-Coffee Medījamo dzīvnieku un trofeju novērtēšana: https://veikals.latvijasmediji.lv/shop/product/109 Zivju ēdieni. 79 receptes, kas jāpamēģina: https://veikals.latvijasmediji.lv/shop/product/1489 Abonē Lielais Loms: https://abonesana.latvijasmediji.lv/abonesana/38 MEDĪBAS: https://abonesana.latvijasmediji.lv/abonesana/8 Epizodi veido: Linda Dombrovska, Indulis Burka, Oskars Treilihs Mūzika: Rock Guitar Intro 07 by TaigaSoundProd Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8342-rock-guitar-intro-07License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Pievienojieties šim kanālam, lai iegūtu piekļuvi privilēģijām. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqB3nyhYHXKobopia9d7xgA/join

FranceFineArt

“Frida Kahlo“ Au-delà des apparencesau Palais Galliera, Parisdu 15 septembre 2022 au 05 mars 2023Interview de Miren Arzalluz, directrice du Palais Galliera et co-commissaire de l'exposition,par Anne-Frédérique Fer, à Paris, le 12 septembre 2022, durée 21'57.© FranceFineArt.Commissariat :Circe Henestrosa, conceptrice et commissaire de l'exposition, directrice de l'école de mode LASALLE College of the Arts, SingapourMiren Arzalluz, directrice du Palais Galliera, assistée de Alice FreudigerGannit Ankori, conseillère curatoriale, PhD, directrice et conservateur en chef Henry and Lois Foster, Rose Art Museum, Etats-UnisLe Palais Galliera célèbre Frida Kahlo (6 juillet 1907-13 juillet 1954), l'une des artistes les plus reconnues et influentes du XXe siècle. Loin des clichés qui entourent sa personnalité, l'exposition Frida Kahlo, au-delà des apparences propose aux visiteurs d'entrer dans l'intimité de l'artiste, et de comprendre comment elle s'est construit une identité à travers la manière de se présenter et de se représenter.Pour la première fois en France et en étroite collaboration avec le Museo Frida Kahlo, l'exposition rassemble plus de 200 objets provenant de la Casa Azul, la maison où Frida est née et a grandi : vêtements, correspondances, accessoires, cosmétiques, médicaments, prothèses médicales… Ces effets personnels ont été mis sous scellés au décès de l'artiste, en 1954, par son mari le peintre muraliste mexicain Diego Rivera, et ont été redécouverts cinquante ans plus tard, en 2004. Cette précieuse collection – comprenant des robes traditionnelles Tehuana, des colliers précolombiens que Frida collectionnait, des exemplaires de corsets et de prothèses peints à la main… – est présentée, avec des films et photographies de l'artiste, pour constituer un récit visuel de sa vie hors norme.L'apparence de Frida Kahlo constitue un moyen d'exprimer ses préoccupations identitaires et politiques : c'est, en effet, à la suite d'un grave accident, survenu à l'âge de 18 ans, que Frida se consacre à la peinture et adopte le vêtement traditionnel qui lui permet d'affirmer sa mexicanité, mais aussi de composer avec son handicap. Ainsi, l'exposition Frida Kahlo, au-delà des apparences retrace la manière dont l'artiste a façonné, tel un manifeste, son image nourrie par son héritage culturel et par son expérience du genre et du handicap.Dans un parcours à la fois biographique et thématique, le Palais Galliera met en lumière le passage de l'artiste à Paris et ses relations avec le groupe des Surréalistes.La visite se prolonge avec une exposition-capsule, présentée du 15 septembre au 31 décembre 2022, qui aborde l'influence de l'artiste sur la mode contemporaine et la façon dont elle demeure, encore de nos jours, une icône et une source d'inspiration pour les designers, parmi lesquels Alexander McQueen, Jean Paul Gaultier, Karl Lagerfeld pour CHANEL, Riccardo Tisci pour Givenchy, Maria Grazia Chiuri pour Dior ou Rei Kawakubo pour Comme des Garçons.#expofridakahlo Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Weltfremdforum
Die 155. Quittung: RIP LIZ

Weltfremdforum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 27:15


Ja wat soll ik denn machen? Als Deutsch-Brite haste halt keine Wahl und musst n paar Sätze zur Queen loswerden, wa? Gar kein Bock auf dat allet, aber wat willste machen... Ikke sitz' hier schließlich och nur grade und hab keene Ahnung, warum ik hier nicht hochdeutsch schreib. Tschüss!

Hidden Oaks Overdose: Football Fix
2022 09 (105) NFL Week 1 Preview, Heavy Start Sit

Hidden Oaks Overdose: Football Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 32:21


Join our discord: https://discord.gg/g2mhF9RKnm It is a big week 1 in the NFL, a big fantasy week, and the border battle! Josh and Gar go heavy with some start sits, and who they love in the week 1 NFL contests. Segment Start Times: Start/Sit - 3:15 FanDuel Fave: 24:05 Preview - 26:15 Outro - 30:35 Venmo Tip Jars: @garlicjohnson @Joshua_Mitchell_11

Hidden Oaks Overdose: Football Fix
2022 08 (104) 2022 Fantasy Football Season Predictions

Hidden Oaks Overdose: Football Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 42:45


Join our discord: https://discord.gg/g2mhF9RKnm Josh and Gar predict some season long fantasy football studs and duds. Who do you love and hate this year? let us know in the discord! Segment Start Times: FanTASTY - 5:15 Fun Time - 15:35 Podcast Preview - 37:00 Outro - 39:55 Venmo Tip Jars: @garlicjohnson @Joshua_Mitchell_11

Pa ceļam ar Klasiku
Diriģents Oleksandrs Vaceks: Tagad viss mainās, ir iespēja atjaunot vēsturisko taisnīgumu

Pa ceļam ar Klasiku

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 21:25


8. septembrī Rīgas Sv. Pētera baznīcā 25. Garīgās mūzikas festivāla ietvaros koncertā "Ukraiņu garīgā mūzika" Valsts akadēmiskais koris "Latvija" uzstāsies ukraiņu diriģenta Oleksandra Vaceka (Олександр Вацек) vadībā. Programmā būs tikai un vienīgi ukraiņu garīgā mūzika, kuras autori – Дмитро Болгарський, Микола Ділецький, Дмитро Бортнянський, Кирило Стеценко, Ганна Гаврилець, Вікторія Польова un vēl citi. Inta Zēgnere tiekās ar VAK "Latvija" direktoru Māri Ošleju un diriģentu Oleksandru Vaceku. OV: "Būt šeit man ir liels gods. Pirmais meistarības paraugs bija Imants Kokars, kurš mani iedvesmoja pievērsties kora mākslai. Viņa koris Ave Sol savulaik bija gluži kā zviedru grupa ABBA, tik pārsteidzošs un spilgts, atšķirīgs no mūsu koriem. Tieši tas lika pievērsties kordiriģēšanai, kas līdz tam likas diezgan garlaicīga joma. Ar Māri Sirmo esam pazīstami kopš 1996. gada, kad ar saviem koriem piedalījāmies Grand Prix konkursā Ungārijā un abi piekāpāmies ungāru korim. Bijām kopā arī kāda konkursa žūrijā un daudz laika pavadījām sarunās. Jutu, ka viņš ir radniecīga dvēsele, gluži kā brālis. Ilgus gadus nebijām tikušies, un tagad satiekamies jau kara laikā. Divas trešdaļas no mana kora Орея dziedātājiem ir aizbraukuši no Ukrainas. Daļa karo, sievietes ar bērniem devušies uz ārzemēm, jo Žitomira jau kopš kara pirmajām dienām bija pakļauta apšaudēm. Piemēram, no skolas, kas netālu no manām mājām un tur mācījās mans dēls, tikai puse no ēkas atlikusi, jo bija tiešs trāpījums, lai gan skola nav militārs objekts. Kad kora dziedāji izklīduši, domāju, ka nekad vairs nediriģēšu un kori nesapulcināšu, bet te pēkšņi zvans no Māra un aicinājums uz festivālu. Man tas bija tik patīkami un saistoši. Vienmēr esmu centies radīt daudzveidīgas programmas un esmu, tā teikt, visēdājs, jo domāju, ka dziedāt vienveidīgu mūziku ir tas pats, kas ēst vienu un to pašu ēdienu. Patīk ukraiņu speķis vai borščs, bet, ja ēd to no rīta līdz vakaram, vairs nav interesanti. Vajag, lai būtu gan dārzeņi, gan augļi, arī nedaudz vīna. Līdzīgi ir ar mūziku – tai jābūt daudzveidīgai. Māris  Sirmais piedāvāja brīnišķīgu iespēju ar lielisku kori, taču tikai ar vienu ievirzi – ukraiņu garīgā mūzika, kuru neesmu daudz diriģējis. Bet tagad tajā iedziļinājos un atklāju daudz interesanta. Lasīju  zinātniskus pētījumus un uzzināju, ka vesela virkne izcilu komponistu – kā Vedels, Berezovskis, Bortņanskis, Dehterevs – tiek uzskatīti par krievu komponistiem, kaut gan patiesība viņi dzīvoja, uzauga un izglītojās Ukrainā, bet pēc tam tika paņemti kā labākie dziedātāji uz Sanktpēterburgu un Maskavu, un tur radās brīnišķīgi kori. (..) Es vēlējos, lai koncerta programma būtu daudzveidīga, plašā spektrā, arī ar mūsdienu mūziku."  

Pa ceļam ar Klasiku
Ukraiņu garīgās mūzikas koncertā pie diriģenta pults stāsies ukrainis Oleksandrs Vaceks

Pa ceļam ar Klasiku

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 21:25


8. septembrī pulksten 19 Rīgas Sv. Pētera baznīcā 25. Garīgās mūzikas festivāla ietvaros koncertā "Ukraiņu garīgā mūzika" Valsts Akadēmiskais koris "Latvija" uzstāsies ukraiņu diriģenta Oleksandra Vaceka (Олександр Вацек) vadībā. Programmā būs tikai un vienīgi ukraiņu garīgā mūzika, kuras autori – Дмитро Болгарський, Микола Ділецький, Дмитро Бортнянський, Кирило Стеценко, Ганна Гаврилець, Вікторія Польова un vēl citi. Dienu pirms koncerta "Klasikas" studijā tiekamies ar VAK "Latvija" direktoru Māri Ošleju un diriģentu Oleksandru Vaceku tiekamies "Klasikā".  

Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast
WFS 361 - Gar on the Fly with Jon Morris - Fair Flies Fly Fur and Brushes

Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 80:35


Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/361 Presented By: Stonefly Nets, FishHound Expeditions, Zoe Angling Group, Trxstle Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Jon Morris from Working Class Fly Fishing Podcast breaks down gar fishing, tying with brushes and fly fur. We find out what gear you need, the best fly line to use, and how rope is used to hook the fish. Jon connects us with the gar guru - state record holder for biggest longnose and alligator gar on the fly, who's also Jon's mentor. Do you know who he is? We also learn about gar's history, how they are threatened today, and why they need our protection. Gar on the Fly Show Notes with Jon Morris 03:20 - Jon was in the army and used to go on combat tours in Afghanistan 07:45 - Jon focuses on tying streamer and predator flies 09:15 - There are 4 or 5 species of gar in North America 10:00 - "Gars are members of the family Lepisosteidae, which are the only surviving members of the Ginglymodi, an ancient holosteian group of ray-finned fish, which first appeared during the Triassic, over 240 million years ago." - Wikipedia 10:30 - There are 7 types of gar - alligator gar, spotted gar, longnose gar, Florida gar, slender gar, Cuban gar, and tropical gar. Jon's favorite is the longnose gar 14:00 - You need a 12 wt rod if you want to catch alligator gars 15:30 - The best time to fish for gar is when it's too hot outside for you. Gars like calm and clean waters. 18:50 - As per Willife.CA.gov, gar are not found in California 20:30 - Gar typically spawn in May and don't eat much during that time 22:50 - "If you break a gar off with that leader because you didn't tie the right knot or you didn't use the right tippet, you're going to kill that fish" 27:00 - If Jon can only use one line for gar, it would be intermediate or floating. For rod, it would be a 12 wt. 27:45 - For leader down to the tippet, it depends on the size of the fly - but usually he runs a foot and a half of 50-pound with a perfection loop. Loop to loop or you can nail knot it. 29:20 - Jon uses a Maxima Chameleon for tippet. He also talks about the fast ach tippet 32:40 - Jon's buddy, Ryan has been working on a gar fly called, Garmageddon. Ryan holds the state record for gar on the fly for alligator and longnose gar. Ryan is a gar nerd - his Instagram is @professor_rivers. 35:30 - Carps are like the "sewer salmon" 36:45 - Alligator gars are threatened species 38:45 - Jon uses Fairflies' fly fur for his flies 43:45 - Jon talks about tying a rope streamer 44:25 - Tommy Lynch was on the podcast in episode 347 44:55 - The key to a good gar fly is how sparse you can make your materials, for 3 reasons: 1 - it casts a lot better, 2 - it hooks up better, 3 - removal of the fly from the mouth 54:30 - We talk about their podcast, Working Class Fishing 1:00:00 - Jon talks about tying with 5D brushes 1:08:20 - Jon makes a reel tying with a 5D brush - check out his Instagram @morrisflyco 1:10:00 - Jon shares his best tip on fishing gar 1:12:00 - Jon uses a Maxim Falcon rod and reel Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/361

Aber Butter mit Sahne
110. Episode – Popcorn

Aber Butter mit Sahne

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 0:40


Mjam Mjam Mjam. Das Duo Internationale ist zurück und bespricht alles von Sonnenblumenöl, über EuroVision, bis hin zu „neuartigen“ „Gar“-Methoden. Wenn da doch bloß nicht dieses vermaledeite magische Viereck wäre.

Historia de Aragón
Nunca es tarde - 06/09/2022

Historia de Aragón

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 180:00


Repasamos la actualidad informativa junto a Pablo Naudín Solanas y la redacción de Aragón Radio.Alberto Sánchez nos acerca el análisis económico.Álex Garíca ofrece la última hora del deporte.En Maldita Tecnología, Naiara Bellio nos explica la millonaria multa impuesta a la red social Instagram.Repasamos la nueva temporada del auditorio de Zaragoza junto a su director Miguel Ángel Tapia.Arturo Gastón nos cuenta todos los detalles de En Clave de Aragón.En la Torre de Babel, junto a Ana Segura, conversamos con el escritor Domingo Buesa sobre su nuevo libro “La carta que nunca llegó”.En el tiempo de Comunidad Sonora hablamos con la cantante Sodia Ellar.

Odpowiedzialna Moda
#86 Na przekór beznadziei

Odpowiedzialna Moda

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 28:12


Zbiór refleksji wokół pytania: "A CO JA MOGĘ?". Typologia aktywistów i pochwała nadziei w mroku. Garść poleceń, kiść pomysłów i lista marzeń. Na przyszłość, na wrzesień, a może na jutro. Co bierzecie dla siebie? Wymianę dobrej energii i radość dzielenia się zapewnia: Wirtualna kawka: https://buycoffee.to/odpowiedzialnamoda Patronite: https://patronite.pl/odpowiedzialnamoda Moja książka "Odpowiedzialna moda" dostępna w księgarniach i online, a u mnie z autografem - piszcie :) IG @odpowiedzialnamoda.pl katarzynazajaczkowska.com Podcastu Odpowiedzialna Moda można słuchać w aplikacjach: m.in. na Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Anchor i EmpikGo

Samfélagið
Útrýming riðu, fækkun máva, málfar og vísindaspjall

Samfélagið

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022


Vonin um að útrýma eða takmarka verulega tilfelli riðu í sauðfé hér á landi hefur aukist mjög eftir að verndandi arfgerðir fundust í fé hér á landi. En hvernig er það gert? Eyþór Einarsson ráðunautur hjá Ráðgjafarmiðstöð landbúnaðarins ætlar að segja okkur allt um málið. Mávar eiga undir högg að sækja á höfuðborgarsvæðinu, Garðbæingar vilja stinga á eggin þeirra og í borgarstjórn hefur verið lögð fram tillaga um fækka þeim. Við ætlum nálgast þetta efni á heimspekilegu nótunum í þætti dagsins, ræðum við Ólaf Pál Jónsson heimspeking um tegundahyggju, tilvistarrétt, sambýli manna og dýra og það hvort það sé rangt að þykja mávurinn kannski bara vera ljótur og leiðinlegur fugl. Málfarsmínútan verður á sínum stað og svo kemur Edda Olgudóttir til okkar í vikulegt vísindaspjall.

Ratgeber
Ist Ihr E-Bike richtig versichert?

Ratgeber

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 4:57


Wer mit dem E-Bike unterwegs ist, sollte sich die richtige Versicherung zulegen. Aber welche braucht man? Gar nicht so einfach. Denn das kommt ganz auf Ihr E-Bike und auf Ihre übrigen Versicherungsverträge an. Wir schaffen einen Überblick. Versicherung gegen Diebstahl 25er-E-Bike: Haben Sie eine Hausratversicherung (ist allgemein zu empfehlen ), kommt diese für den Velodiebstahl auf, sofern das Velo zu Hause gestohlen wurde. Wird Ihr Bike am Bahnhof oder in den Ferien gestohlen, zahlt die Hausrat nur, wenn Sie den Zusatz «Einfacher Diebstahl auswärts» abgeschlossen haben. Dieser kostet je nach Versicherung und Angebot 20 bis 300 Franken. 45er-E-Bike: Aufgepasst! Je nach Versicherungspolice – vor allem bei älteren – gelten die schnellen E-Bikes mit gelber Nummer nicht als Velo, sondern als Mofa. Dann gehören Sie nicht automatisch zum Hausrat und müssen separat gegen Diebstahl versichert werden. Tipps: Werfen Sie wieder einmal einen Blick auf Ihre Hausrats-Versicherungspolice: * Klären Sie, ob Ihr E-Bike gegen Diebstahl zu Hause und auswärts versichert ist. * Prüfen Sie, ob die Versicherungssumme ausreicht. Gerade beim Zusatz «Einfacher Diebstahl auswärts» liegt die Schadenssumme meist bei nur 2000 Franken. Etwas wenig für ein E-Bike. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, die Summe zu erhöhen. Das kostet im Schnitt um die 70 Franken pro Jahr. * Achten Sie darauf, dass Ihr Elektrovelo zum Neuwert versichert ist und nicht zum Zeitwert. Haftpflichtversicherung 25er-E-Bike: Wer eine Privat-Haftpflichtversicherung hat, ist gut bedient. Sie kommt auf für Sach- und Personenschäden an Dritten. Wenn Sie zum Beispiel mit Ihrem E-Bike einen Fussgänger anfahren und verletzen. 45er-E-Bike: Hier sind Sie automatisch bei einer Kollektiv-Haftpflichtversicherung versichert. Diese bezahlen Sie jedes Jahr, wenn Sie eine neue Vignette für die gelbe Velonummer kaufen. Tipp: * Jeder sollte so oder so eine Privat-Haftpflichtversicherung haben. Denn wird beispielsweise durch meine Schuld jemand für den Rest seines Lebens arbeitsunfähig, kann das Kosten in Millionenhöhe verursachen. Die Privathaftpflicht federt solche Fälle für mich ab. Schäden am E-Bike * Bei Brandfällen und Wasserschäden etc. zu Hause bezahlt die Hausratversicherung. Andere Schäden, die zum Beispiel durch einen Sturz hervorgerufen werden, müssen separat versichert werden. * Hierfür gibt es spezielle E-Bike-Versicherungen (All-Risk), die mit einer Vollkasko-Versicherung beim Auto zu vergleichen sind. Sie kosten zwischen 100 und 200 Franken. * Wer ein teures Bike zuhause hat, kann sich überlegen, eine Wertsachen-Versicherung dafür abzuschliessen. Tipp: * Zwingend sind diese Versicherungen nicht; jeder muss selbst für sich entscheiden, ob sich das lohnt. Bedenken muss man dabei, dass bei solchen Angeboten meist ein Selbstbehalt von 200 Franken gilt.

Her Brilliant Health Radio
How To Upgrade Your Brain At Midlife To Thrive

Her Brilliant Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 40:30


Do you feel like your brain has been on a downhill spiral since you turned 40? You're not alone. The mid-life crisis is real, and it's affecting more women than ever before.   But there's hope! In this episode of The Hormone Prescription Podcast, we chat with Dr. Louann Brizendine about how to upgrade your brain at midlife and thrive.   Dr. Brizendine is a leading expert on the female brain, and she shares her insights on what's going on inside our heads during this time of transition. She also gives us practical tips on how to improve our cognitive function and protect our mental health as we age.   Louann Brizendine, M.D. completed her degree in Neurobiology at UC Berkeley, graduated from Yale School of Medicine, and did her internship and residency at Harvard Medical School. She has also served on both the faculties of Harvard University and University of California at San Francisco. She founded the Women's Mood and Hormone Clinic at UCSF. Her New York Times bestseller, The Female Brain, and its follow-up, The Male Brain, continue to be read around the world. Her eagerly anticipated book, THE UPGRADE: How the Female Brain Gets Stronger and Better in Midlife and Beyond, is out in April 2022. Now, as the Lynne and Marc Benioff endowed professor of clinical psychiatry at UCSF, Dr. Brizendine continues to speak, write, research, and consult.   In this episode, you'll learn:   What's going on inside our brains during the mid-life transition   How to improve your cognitive function as you age   Tips for protecting your mental health in midlife and beyond   The latest research on the female brain and how it changes in midlife   And more!   If you're ready to learn how to upgrade your brain in midlife and thrive, this episode is for you!   (00:00): In this episode, find out why the upgrade previously known as the transition is the gateway to the best years of your life.   (00:09): So the big question is how do women over 40, like us keep weight off, have great energy balance. Our hormones in our moods feel sexy and confident and master midlife. If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself. Again. As an OB GYN, I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates a rock, solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy. After 40 in order to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue. Now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results. And to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges, join me for tangible natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kyrin Dunston welcome to the hormone prescription podcast.   (01:03): Hey everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the hormone prescription with Dr. Kyrin. Thank you for joining me today. You're gonna love my guest today. Dr. Louann Brizendine, I'm gonna tell you a little bit about her and then we'll get started. But first let me say, she's talking about the upgrade. What is the upgrade for women? Well, it used to be called the transition, which meant all kinds of bad things, bad outcomes, things you don't want for women, but she is reframing this time of life as being the upgrade. And I love that because it's really true. You are getting an upgrade, not a downgrade, despite what you might have been told or you've been led to believe. And she's gonna tell you how to maximize that so that this can be the best time of your life. Dr. Louann has some amazing credentials. She completed her degree in neurobiology at UC Berkeley.   (01:57): She graduated from Yale school of medicine and she did her internship in residency at Harvard medical school. You can't get much better credentials than that. She served on the faculty at Harvard and university, the E of California at San Francisco. She founded the women's mood and hormone clinic at USCF. Her New York times bestseller the female brain and its follow up. The male brain continued to be read around the world. Her eagerly anticipated book, the upgrade, how the female brain gets stronger and better and midlife and beyond is now out and available. She is the Lynn and mark Benioff and do professor of clinical psychiatry at UC S F. She continues to speak right research and consult. Please help me to welcome the brilliant I'm Dr. Louann Brizendine. Welcome Dr. Louann to the podcast.   (02:50): Thank you, Dr. Kyrin, nice to meet you and see you. And I'm just delighted to be here with your audience because you know, your people are my people   (02:59): Yes, our people are the same. we   (03:05): Treat the, we treat the same group of patients. I do my medical center. They say Louann treats above the neck and we treat below the waist.   (03:12): Yes. I love that. But most people think that they're such a dichotomy there. Well, above the neck and below the waist, there's no relationship, but that's exactly what you talk about in your books is how connected our female hormones are to our brain function.   (03:32): Absolutely. I don't think people know that. I think, you know, once you hear it and you understand you go like the light bulb on your head goes, oh yeah, yeah, yeah. Of course the brain, the pituitary control all the other hormones in the entire body.   (03:46): It's so true. And the hormones in the brain and just all the intermixing, which I'm sure we'll get into how vital sex hormones are for cognitive function for brain function. But I wanna start just talking about your book, the upgrade, because I think this is really radical and I'm hoping you can explain to everybody, we always talk about the menopause transition. I actually talk about the menopause spectrum and how it's not a point in time, and you go through this spectrum of change, but talk about what the upgrade is and how it differs from the transition.   (04:24): You know, you and I speak the same language actually, because that's why I, with all my patients, I hated those words. Like the perimenopause menopause is cuz it's like, it's, those are medical diagnoses in a way. And they're just a little slice of what actually is happening. It's not the whole woman, this transition that we're going through from like about age, you know, 38 to 48 that we kind of call in the big brackets kind of AKA the perimenopause. Yeah. That's something that's happening just to kind of the, the ovaries and the follicles are, you know, starting to not be as healthy and they're starting to like die off and we lose them, but that's just, that's the medical diagnosis of that transition. So, but I called it the transition because it's, there's so much more that's going on for us women. There's all kinds of relationship, things, emotional things, things in terms of our work life things in terms of our children, that's like, there's all kinds of layers of stuff that's going on in our brain.   (05:14): So the transition, and then once you hit finish the transition, you go into what I call the upgrade and the upgrade, AKA menopause it's as you. And I know the definition of menopause actually lasts for one day, right? It's the day, 12 months after your last period is called menopause. It lasts for one day and then the next day you're in post-menopause. So, you know, it doesn't really, these words don't really kind of work for what we experience as women. And so certainly not what our women patients are experiencing. And it's so cool. I mean, once you hit the upgrade, they, after the rock and roll of the hormonal fluctuations of the menstrual cycle, the perimenopause, all of your fertility years, your brain circuits are and your body you're free of that, those waves that crash over you every month. And people don't realize that the hormones are changing, not just stuff in your ovary and your uterus, but they're changing all kinds of stuff in your brain circuits for your memory.   (06:12): Remember like three or four days before ovulation, it's a huge estrogen Sur just making you be, you wanna be kind of, you sway your hips a little more. You put a little makeup, it a little sexier. You know what you're doing is mother NA under the hood mother, nature's got you all wired hormonally to go out there looking for the best sperm. You know, those couple of days before ovulation, our sex drive goes up. We're all, you know, we're ready to rock and roll. I've got UA, our hips, actually our voice goes higher, all that stuff. We talk faster, et cetera. And then of course the PMs time comes, you're crashing. You know, you're having all of those irritability and those spurts of anger and tearfulness and my clinic, we call it the crying over dog food commercials sign, you know, we can Boohoo over anything.   (06:55): So the cool thing is, is that once you hit the upgrade, baby, that's gone and you've got all of this circuitry in there. That's working really well to just your dance card is open to add new things. You're not gonna have to struggle with your hormones being jerked around. You're not gonna be dealing with fertility hormones. You're not gonna be dealing with being pushed out there, looking for the best firm, whatever it is. You know, you've got all of this incredible space and brain power that comes and is able to like take on new project, new purpose women, lots of women, you know, in America, the biggest number of new businesses are started by women over 50.   (07:33): Yes. I always tell women that I work with that. I'm kind of sneaky. Cuz do I wanna help you with your health? Yes, but I'm really sneaky cuz I know you're sitting on gifts that you aren't using and you aren't delivering to the world cause you don't feel good. So if I can help you feel better, then you will get off your assets and give your gifts. And so I think it really aligns with what you're talking about. The upgrade so many women see this as downgrade TBA, oh,   (08:08): That's wrong, wrong, wrong. That's no, that is so wrong. And this that's because society is still looking at it that way too. And where as these things start inside us, as soon as we start looking at ourselves as an upgrade, then society starts to follow along behind us. We have to take that for ourselves. We have to claim that territory, claim that for ourselves mm-hmm and it is an upgrade. And once women realize that and start seeing it as like, yes, your fertility years are over, but 50 women that are 50. Now many, a chunk of us will live to be a hundred plus you know, those women that are just starting in the early Perry, you know, a lot of those women will live to be, you know, 110, you know, there's, you've got more than half your life there. So you gotta, wow, you got this whole new chapter. I, I have a chapter in the book book that's called finding new purpose as well. I go through all the rock and roll of the, for women that are younger. I've had women in their thirties, they read this book and they go, oh God, Dr. Luann, thank you. I feel so much better. I thought it was all over when I was 40, you know, there's feeling so hopeful that there is more to it than just like things being, being over when you're 40 or 50.   (09:17): Yeah. And so what are the gifts? Why do you call it an upgrade? I get it. But I think there are a lot of women and men out there who aren't gonna get it. So what is new, better, special about this time.     (09:32): Okay. So let's go back to that jagged up and down of your hormones all during your fertility cycle, remember your brain circuits. So part of your brain circus was one of the little areas called the hippocampus, not the hippopotamus, but the hippocampus. You know, it's a really important area in your brain. If you stuck your fingers right in above your ears, by about an inch into your brain on both sides, that's where they live a little guys, the size of your, you know, your fingertips. But they're really important cuz it's the way you form all your memories. You attach your memories and it's a big memory cognition center in your brain. And every month the estrogen goes up and it sprouts like 25% different connections in that area. And then it gets all born down during the last two weeks when a progesterone comes and pours like weed, killer her on all those connections.   (10:17): So it's like building up, taking down, building up, taking down. So that's just one little area of the brain it's happening in other areas too. We don't know that we don't teach that or talk about it yet because the new technology is just being able to show that. So women need to know that that buildup tear down, build up, tear down. It's not letting you stand firmly on the shore. You stand more firmly and see further when you're able to just count on a more stable brain power every day of the month. You're not being jerked around by your hormones anymore.   (10:47): Yes . And so you talk about all the benefits that occur. Like we're more relaxed. Our brain is more even chilled. Our moods are more even keeled. Now I know a lot of my people who listen to this podcast are wondering, well, Louann under Louann, are you talking about this is with hormone therapy or without cause they know me. They're listening to me all the time. And I always talk about why doing menopause naturally is a bad idea, the increased risk for disease and what I call midlife metabolic mayhem. And so help them understand, is this something that I'm gonna experience just naturally? Or is this something that I need hormone therapy to help me experience? How do I experience the upgrade?   (11:42): Okay. So I wrote this book and I had to stop tiptoeing through the tulips on this issue, right? Cause I was part of the generation where when women's health initiative came out in 2002 women's health initiative, you know, to stopped the hormones for all the women in the country. And I know you and I are seeing all these women now that have had these women that unfortunately went through this transition before we were back to being able to give women their hormones back, we see all kinds of problems. You know, they're getting osteoporosis and the Alzheimer's situation in terms of the actual evidence based medicine on that is being looked at right now. So we don't know some of that piece about the dementia, but a lot of the evidence is pointing to the fact that the brain needs estrogen too on going remember men, men don't fall off a cliff.   (12:26): Like we do hormones at that stage. They go on in a 60 year old man and a 60 year old woman. If she's not taking hormone replacement, guess what? Dr. K they have four times more estrogen in their brain than we do at age six. And, and that's why they have increases for prostate cancer. Yes, exactly. And that's what osteoporosis as much as women too, right? I mean, it's just basic biology. And once, you know, listen, biology is destiny, unless you know what it's doing to you. Yes. And once know, once you know what it's doing to you, then you can take appropriate action for yourself. So I tell women, they go, oh, why don't I get breast cancer? If I take hormones, blah, blah, blah, whatever the answer is, no women, the evidence shows that women in the five to 10 year of taking hormone replacement therapy after the change don't have any increased risk of breast cancer, unless you have the breast cancer gene.   (13:21): So I basically just test my patients, all their genes. I just test them to see if they have any of the breast cancer genes. And then you're in a different category. But if you're not in that category, then yes, you may safely take hormones after that period of time, that will help you get through that. Now, if you've had a hysterectomy, you're in the, you're in the lucky group, right? You're in the lucky group because you only have to take estrogen. You don't have to take progesterone because you don't have a uterus anymore. So those women in my practice are the happiest actually that they don't have any have to take any progesterones. So the mixing and I talk about that in chapter three and four of the book, kind of the mixing and matching of the estrogen and the progesterone and different aspects of that.   (14:00): So yes, I really feel that that women should have the opportunity and doctors should not hesitate to, you know, women that are having difficulty sleeping. Remember the three pillars, right? The three pillars of your brain function, the three pillars of that little stool, three cord stool stool is only stable with three little legs. So one of the big legs is sleep for your brain, cuz remember, and that's why I bring this up in the context of pour my replacement there. Because if you're not sleeping, cuz you're sweating all night, you're up all night long and you're just like, your brain is erect. Now remember what happens in your brain? It's sleep is that all the little cells you've been talking to each other and your brain all day long, chat, chat, chat, chat, they're making all this garbage Gar they're called garbage proteins. They're just like, there's spewing trash around all over your brain.   (14:43): At night, those little neurons, they shrink down. They shrink back and they leave these little channels in between the cells where the whole body gets to flush out. They just come out with the hose and it flushes out all the garbage at night when you're sleeping. But if you're not sleeping those cells don't shrink back and you're not flushing out the garbage outta your brain every night. So that's one of the big deals about making sure you're getting good sleep during this transition. And lots of times, as you know, and I know it's like, gosh, a patient who's not sleeping. You put them on estrogen sometimes within a week, they're sleeping well again and their brain is clearing up from that brain fog that the other two little parts of the stool are of course having that Mediterranean type diet. So you keep your inflammation down.   (15:26): You keep your nutritional level up while your vitamins up and that extra corner of the stool. And of course the other one is muscles. Remember muscles, the big study on women at age 80, those 80 year old women who had the best cognition had the best muscle function, strongest leg strength, the strongest leg strength, and basically that leg strength and the muscles communicate with the brain. I tell women cuz one of the biggest muscles in our body is the butt muscle, your glute muscle. So I say one of the things I gave this little tip on TikTok and Instagram, that one of the best things for your brain is to do, but squeezes. So ladies, when you're sitting down at your computer, when you're standing, brushing your teeth or in the grocery line or driving somewhere, do your butt squeezes. If you aim for a thousand a day, that's good. I figure if I can do, if you can do a hundred a day, that's good. Keep the muscles going. Cuz the muscles release things into your bloodstream called Mykines that stimulate the brain as well as the whole nervous system that stimulates the brain. So that talk back and forth study just came out last week in the new England general showing people's muscle strength is really a big prevention of dimension. So those are the three, three little stool. Just the little legs on the stool is the sleep, the diet and the muscles.   (16:37): Okay. Super important. And that's one of the reasons why I think testosterone is so important to maintain that muscle mass, because like you said, it's related directly to brain health   (16:47): Cuz I think that's come up a lot with women and you know, of course all of us, it's not FDA approved in the United States, but the European women have had it for 20 years. European women have a, a compound that just comes in a little like little pump that you pump out one pumpy you run it on your wrists and that's your testosterone supply for the day, but we don't have it here.   (17:04): Well we have bioidentical compounded hormones and I'm a big believer in test don't guess. So test the levels and optimize to optimal physiologic levels using a custom compound prescription.   (17:19): Absolutely.   (17:21): Yeah, but we talk a lot about with men that they lose muscle mass, their dopamine goes down, they feel like they've lost their edge when they go through cuz their testosterones going down. But the same things happen for women too. And really in America we only talk about testosterone as it relates to women's sex drive, but it's about so much more it's about brain health and neurotransmitter balance and muscle mass. So it's, I think it's super important.   (17:49): Yeah. I think that it has to be individually tailored made to each woman because I have, I've had a lot of women that you know, that the downside is that you get a little bit, you get more irritable, it's easier to have it's even for women to have road rage road rage on testosterone.   (18:04): I think, yeah. If it's too high, you can definitely have that. But if you get that sweet spot, I mean we, women have testosterone throughout our lives and most of us don't have a problem with it. So if we can get it at that sweet spot that's right for each woman, then I think she doesn't have an overabundance of aggressive tendencies or anything like   (18:24): That. The DHA can sometimes be okay for some women as long as they don't get acne from it, you know?   (18:30): Yes. Okay. So those three pillars I know in the book, boy, you go through so many things. I don't know which to ask you about first let's talk about dementia. So I recently did a, a Ted talk and I, I talked about my mom who has all advanced Alzheimer's and really the only risk factor she had was she had been menopausal without hormone therapy for three decades. And so that's probably her biggest risk. And so hormones are a part of that, but what are other ways that people can fend off dementia, increase longevity and wellbeing.   (19:07): So those studies are really being done. And I think that the estrogen replacement, one of the things we look at that why women have more than men is first of all, of course, women live longer, but you know, not that much longer, like, you know, we're at three or four years longer and that's about it. So, but women, for some reason do have more dementia. I have some of my colleagues who are specialists in Alzheimer's and they really think that that women at the transition should definitely be taking estrogen replacement during this transition to help keep their brain active and functioning. So there's just so many receptors in the brain that for estrogen estrogen receptors, like if you just looked at your, you took a picture of my brain right now with like a special filter that just showed you the estrogen receptors all over men, it would look like the United States with a massive COVID outbreak.   (19:55): You know, they'd be like if they little dots everywhere, you know, cause estrogen receptors throughout our brain and obviously our body too. So that is one thing I suggest for women, the dementia also inflammation. So we think of that inflammation. I talk about this in the book I talk about in the, I have a chapter that's called, you know, the neuroscience of self care and that chapter chapter six and also chapter 14 specifically talks about keeping your brain healthy and avoiding dementia. And besides the estrogen replacement, there's all kinds of things about inflammation and inflammation does not just mean an infection. We always kind of think of it as meaning an infection, but there's a lot that we're learning about. What's called it's a really little technical turn it's called sterile inflammation. It basically means inflammation without an infection. And that happens in our body all day long all the time.   (20:43): And we need to clear out that inflammation all the time. So things like the Mediterranean diet and things like just basically trying to keep all of your vitamin levels at the right level is really very helpful to keeping inflammation down. So anything that you can do, keeping your microbiome and your gut healthy, which is basically comes from eating really healthy fibers. I mean, you do not need to take a handful of probiotics every day. I mean, some people like to take those, but sometimes, sometimes those cause a lot of trouble for people who have small intestine problems and larger intestine problems taking too many probiotics can be a disaster, but some people it can be okay for others. But keeping your microbiome healthy basically comes from eating healthy fibers in your diet, you know, both the soluble and the insoluble fibers. So really paying attention to feeding the wonderful, healthy bacteria down in your colon, cuz they then release compounds that go into your bloodstream right through your gut. So you can help decrease inflammation by feeding your microbiome, the healthy bacteria. I think it kind of like my special little garden down there in my colon that I'm, you know, I just wanna make sure it has the right fertilizer and I right water every day. Just think about it as something you're trying to take good care of and grow to be its most beautiful.   (21:56): I remember this book, maybe you do two called my secret garden. Do you remember that book? That's learned about sex? It was at my friend's house and I found this book, my secret God, but now to me, my secret garden is my gut garden. (22:12): Yes. True. I know, I know. I think of my little babies down there that I'm just trying to like keep healthy and keep feeding them the right stuff and et cetera, et cetera. So yeah, you're absolutely right. That's one of the important things about this secret and microbiome. So that's something else that really can help keep the inflammation in your body down. And we do know that things like alcohol, alcohol really amps up your inflammation in your body and your brain. And it does all kinds of things to basically well increases your risk of breast cancer. It increases your risk of dementia. It's really, I know that's such a part of our culture, but you know, women, we do everything. We women do everything just to try to look healthy and stay healthy at this stage. That's one of the things not in eating like handful of, you know, sweets, like, you know, you don't go through a whole, a box of bond bonds anymore. Do we?   (23:01): no, we don't. And I love that you talk about in the book, really the dangers of alcohol, I think a lot of practitioners skirt over it because they don't wanna be the bad guy, but I was just talking with a client this morning and she's like, really? I can't have any alcohol. I said, no, you can do what you want. I'm just gonna educate you about the consequences of the choices you're making. And then actually one of my health coaches who works with me in my program said, everybody's asking me about switching out their alcohol for cannabis. Is that better? I'm wondering what your thoughts are on that.   (23:37): I think that the cannabis question is really interesting and I mean just in terms of, in terms of its harmfulness to you versus alcohol, I do agree with that first one. I agree that it's probably less, much less harmful than alcohol to your health and your brain actually. However, there's all kinds of things with it that we don't entirely understand right now. I mean, for one thing, it can give you the munch she's really bad. It can make you put on weight, you know? So all of our efforts are trying to keep that the belly fat down, it doesn't help with that cuz it just makes you wanna eat carbs. So, you know, it's like everything in moderation. I mean the best healthiest thing is to switch alcohol to water.   (24:17): Yeah. But I used to think I would get the same effects like I could drinking 12 years ago and I would do a yin yoga class after work. And I would feel like I had a glass of wine and you really invoke that parasympathetic nervous system. So I think there are a lot of ways to get around the wine o'clock routine.   (24:37): I think once people become meditators are doing yoga or doing, you know, things that are, that are much more stimulating your bagel nerve and your parasympathetic nervous system. When I talk about in the book, the alternate nostril, the nine round NOST thing and also the nurturing moment meditations that I talk about in the book too. There's there are ways that just really calm your nervous system and increase your bagel, nervous system, your parasympathetic nervous system. And actually in Atlanta at Emory university, they have a whole division that basically is researching and teaching the compassionate meditation practices.   (25:11): Oh, I love that. And you have so many resources in the book, so I can't everybody listening or highly recommend it and some great stories. You're gonna see yourself in these stories. And I'm wondering if you can share a little bit Dr. Elaine, about what inspired you to write this book?   (25:30): I wrote the book, the female brain, and it came out, you know, in 2006. And it was really about from the moment of conception up until the transition until the upgrade, you know, it was at that stage. And the last chapter in that book is called the mature female brain in chapter seven. So it's basically that book sort of stopped about the time to take off on all the things about the upgrade. And I wrote that at a time when I hadn't experienced those parts of life into the upgrade yet. And so when I started going through those years and things myself, I realized, oh my gosh, there's so much more to tell that I hadn't told that so important that has to do with our brains and our hormones and just our entire life and the stories of our life as they basically, you know, chapter eight is also on mothering adult children, you know, mothering adult, you know, teens and adult children and a whole nother thing.   (26:21): You know? So the, you know, the female brain book, I have a chapter, chapter five is on, it's called the mommy brain, but that was from pregnancy. You know, it was a whole different look and I hadn't experienced what it's like to try to mother an adult son. You know, I was like, are you kidding? You have to, there's all kinds of landmines you have to learn to avoid. So, so that's the reason I decided to write is there's just so much more that I felt needed to be said. And also the end of the book also goes through what we go through in terms of decisions that we make either with our parents as they're aging. And I'm sure you've had to do a lot of that, which is really painful and very difficult, but it's stuff that we need to talk about. We need to be aware of that stage of our lives.   (27:03): It is it's so important and you know, we are the sandwich generation. So I know a lot of women who are between children who maybe haven't left the nest quite yet, and parents who need their time and attention and care. And you talk about the importance of community connection, the epidemic of loneliness, how that's affecting us, what advice do you have for a woman who's navigating the sandwich, ears, getting her upgrade. And you talk about the wisdom phase and she's thinking Dr. Luanne, how do I bring my wisdom? Like I'm just overrun with all these responsibilities. How can you help her navigate this   (27:45): Again? You're juggling as fast as you can. When you like with, when you used to have really young children and infants saying you're having a job and trying to juggle, I know what that's like. That's like a little it's really you look back at and like, God, I've got PTSD from doing that   (28:01): Too. Oh, my   (28:03): Being a doctor being in the early part of your career where you're basically, I was at a university, I was in the shark tank and I was really in the shark tank cuz I was one of the only women. There are all these guy professors and they don't, they don't even know what to do with you. They just think that you're weird. But anyway, , and now you're in a different stage where you've got, like you say some probably mid-teens or teens at home. And then you're also trying to sandwich generation trying to care for. So, and then you're having all this experience of finally being released from all the hormonal pushes and pulls. And you may have some more brain power and some more, you know, you may have some more slots on your dance card that you get to fill, but all they may be being filled up with the needs and care taking of others. And I think there's a time that I have three words to say to women it's called self care, self care, self care, because you can only take care of others really, truly on an ongoing basis from your overflow of being filled up yourself with what you need. So you gotta put your own oxygen mask on first, before you can help others.   (29:06): I know it's so true. And I, we say it, but I still see women struggling with that. But I think we can both give you all, if you're listening permission, permission to love yourself first, right? You have a prescription.   (29:22): Not the reason it's not selfish is because you've gotta keep your gas tank filled up in order to help others and to help yourself. So you gotta track whatever practice you find. That's good. That's working for you. If you're doing compassionate meditation, you're learning that you nurturing moment meditation that I talk about or you're joining other women. I mean, I think that's women. We get a lot of love and care from our women friends. You know, we end from our, from some of our social engagements and we need to keep the channels open with our girlfriends. Actually, there's the study that, that I talk about in the book about where if you go out twice a week with at least three to four of your girlfriends, you live 15 years longer.   (30:02): Oh, I love that   (30:04): Shocking number, a shocking number. So it don't feel like it's a selfish thing. If you're, you know, we women, we feel like we need to keep ourselves alive and healthy cuz we feel that we're helping these other people with their lives. And we can't just bail on our life. Cuz we have other people that we love that we wanna care for. And yet we have to learn that it's not selfish at all on the contrary to take really good care of yourself and fill up your own gas tank so that you can put your own oxygen mask on and be able to help others. You must help yourself first and only be able to give to others from your overflow. The only thing you've got to give us on a constant basis is from your over. So ladies fill up your gas tank first.   (30:46): Yeah. And you share in the book, I wasn't aware of this, that there's the greatest increase in suicides among women over 60 and it's not being studied or really discussed. I wasn't aware of that   (30:57): Really shocking. Nobody's talking, you know, we are all talking about teen suicide, right? I mean, that's the thing that gets everybody's mind cuz it's like it happens at schools and et cetera, et cetera. But, and the alcoholism alcoholism level in women over 60 is skyrocketing. Especially since COVID, it's really, I mean it's a real listen, those women, women 60 plus are in a health crisis right now.   (31:20): It is so true. And I think w H I, the women's health and issue study has a lot to do with that. Cuz there's so many women, I think what is the statistic? Less than 5% of women are using hormone therapy and all the consequences that that brings. Right?   (31:37): Remember it went from 40% almost being on it to, and when that came out within the next two years, it struck to eight to 5%. And you know, a lot of the women that were seeing that are 60 plus they didn't. And a lot of my girlfriends didn't get it. I mean I did cause I'm a doctor. I had a hysterectomy when I was 53, my girlfriend was my surgeon. She put the patch on me in the recovery room and she says, Laurie, you're gonna do this patch and you're gonna keep it. So, you know, I had the advantage of like having medical care at that time, even though we think about it 2005 was only three years after the w H I or two years after the w H I came out.   (32:11): Right.   (32:11): And so osteoporosis, I mean, I have so many girlfriends whose bones are just falling to bits. There are osteoporotic, you know? So I just feel like at any rate, it's a crisis and we doctors, you know, you and I we're in this. And I mean, we feel it for our patients, you know, doesn't it make you mad sometimes. I mean, just makes me really mad that this was allowed to go on for so long. This was allowed to go on for 20 years and it's still going on. I have so many patients come to me. I'm sure you do too. That they can't find anybody to give them hormones.   (32:42): Yeah. I mean, that's one of the reasons I created her hormone club, a telemedicine membership nationwide. So women could access, testing and treatment with natural hormones because there are so many doctors still who won't prescribe it and advise against   (33:00): It. Why it's not because they don't care for their patients. It's cuz they're scared. And remember for 20 years, the OB GYN profession has not been teaching in residencies. Some of them come out of there with less than one lecture in their whole residency on hormone therapy. They don't even know they they're, they're basically uneducated   (33:22): So true. And when I was researching for my Ted talk, I came across articles. You know, it wasn't just us, me saying it, new England journal of medicine, journal of women's health and Mayo clinic proceedings all had articles on the fact that doctors are not trained in the management of women's hormones at midlife and beyond and are unprepared to treat women at this stage of life. I said, it's not me saying it it's documented incredible journals. So I think, you know, in any woman listening, you're probably not gonna get the whole story at your regular doctors. It's not their fault. They're good people. It's just that they're not taught that   (34:00): They're not. And so we did have some mega you and I have a megaphone out there and I feel, I don't know about you, but you, we both, you and I can tell, we feel as part of our mission to let women that's. Part of the reason I wrote this book is part of my mission to let give women permission, to do many, many things with their life at this transition, but also give them permission to seek out and get the hormones. They need to protect their bones, protect their brain, to protect their sleep, et cetera, et cetera, and not have brain fog and be going down the rabbit hole of depression and anxiety. I'm sure you see the depression and anxiety that this stage of life causes. And it's like, of course, estrogen replacement doesn't treat a, a full on full blown clinical depression, but it can stop a lot of women from a slippery slope of sliding down there. I'm sure you've seen that in your practice all the time.   (34:48): Oh my gosh. If I didn't have my hormones, when this started for me, the spectrum in my forties, I wanted to die. So , I know when women tell me that they're miserable and they're in their forties or beyond usually sex hormones are a part of that, you know, but they're going to their doctors and getting SSRIs or antidepressants, which isn't the whole story. And I've never found a woman who came in from an SSRI and said, oh my gosh, I feel amazing.   (35:17): Hi, absolutely not. As a matter of fact, they feel they can't have an orgasm cuz SSRI block their orgasms. And a lot of women don't even know that and they're not actually told that that much. And then, and then they also, they, they put on the drug Paxil, the one that's called peroxetine it's also called BI. You know, it's given for hot flashes too. It is the number. One of all the SSRI that causes on average 18 pounds of weight gain per year.   (35:40): Yeah. I'm not signing up for that.   (35:42): no, I know. I just that's that's you know, it's just not a, so the reality is, is that SSRI are really fabulous to help people over a, a, a glitch difficult spot. They can be very helpful. Then what happens though, is people get stuck on them because the withdrawal syndrome of trying to get off of them makes women feel temporarily while they're trying to taper off slowly. That's why take people down on really tiny, tiny taper to, I take them off from over two months. Most, some doctors will take them off over two weeks and then they crash and burn, but you get rebound depression from it unless you do it slowly. And so they think that underneath it all, they're really still that depressed. They need those meds for the rest of their life. And they're told by some doctors, they need them for the rest of their life.   (36:27): Well, they don't. I mean, so anyway that you gotta get me, that's one of my hobby heart. I swear. I mean, I've used those drugs for my entire career, cuz they're very helpful. And of course I treat a lot more, you know, anxiety and depression than you do. Cause that's, you know, that's where a lot of people come to me for, but they're women that are on glitches of their hormones. I don't wanna see them go down that rabbit hole. I wanna see them have their hormones balanced correctly before they go down that rabbit hole.   (36:51): Yes. Oh my gosh. So much to talk about. I'm gonna encourage everyone to get the book and read it. It is, there's a plethora of information, inspiration, wisdom. I'm wondering if you can share, we will have a, a link in the show notes where you can go download the first chapter of the book for free Dr. Louann's website. So we'll have that link in the show notes, but what are you planning to do with the rest of your upgrade and this wisdom phase in life?   (37:20): Well, you know, I'm, by now I'm doing the book tour and I'm doing lots of podcasts. I'm wanting to, you know, speak to as many women as I possibly can over this next year. And there's so much more than I'm starting to work on a PBS series on this topic. So stay tuned. I think that may come out next to March, but if it happens, I'll, I'll keep you posted fingers crossed the, all the editors and the producers wanna do this. Cause I think women really need like women. You see women all the time. Women are desperate and there's really, I feel that there's a failure on the medical professions part to help women at this stage of life. They just bail on them. They don't help them. So I'm so glad that you're out there doing this and we need to multiply you times a hundred thousand.   (38:01): Oh, I mean, we need you in every city, whatever I know, thank God for the thank out for the internet, cuz you can do it all over now. But you see that all the time. Don't you feel the same. It's just like, I feel that women are they're suffering needlessly. I want, I know listen. Life is full of suffering. Life is the truth of the matter is look, life is full of suffering. We're only human. All of us have suffering in our life, but there's a level at which you don't have to have suffering because of your hormones. Like leaving your body during the state of life. You know, we have a fix for that. Now it can help you. So I just want women to feel, don't   (38:34): Feel, feel guilty or bad about it just because your doctor doesn't know about it. Go find another doctor. Yeah, stop going to the hardware store for milk. They don't have it. They won't have it. Not gonna have it. So just go to the milk store and you know, so the hormones, thank you so much for joining me, Dr. Louann, this has been wonderful. Everybody go get the book. I can't recommend it highly enough. We will look for your PBS special, super excited about that. We will have the link in the show notes to go, go to Dr. Louann's website and download the first chapter four free on her website. And thank you so much for joining us today. Oh, it's my deep deep honor and pleasure to get to speak with your audience and to get to meet you as well. So anyway, best of wishes to all of you and your audience. Thank you for having me and thank you all for joining me for another episode of the hormone prescription with Dr. Kirin. I want you to take action with the information you have heard. Dr. Louann has a wealth of information. She cite all the studies. She's got the data in her book. You wanna get this book for sure. And then I want you to take action and follow me on social. And let's talk about what you're doing. I will see you again next week until then peace, love and hormones. Y'all   (39:51): Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40. When we learn to speak hormone and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love it. If you give me a review and subscribe, it really does help this podcast out so much. You can visit the hormone prescription.com or we have some free gifts for you and you can sign up to have a hormone evaluation with me on the podcast to gain clarity into your personal situation until next time, remember, take small steps each day to balance your hormones and watch the wonderful changes in your health that begin to unfold for you. Talk to you soon.   ► Get Dr. Louann Brizendine's first chapter of her book "The Upgrade" - How a woman's brain gets “upgraded” in midlife, inspiring and guiding women to unlock their full potential.   CLICK HERE to download for free.   ► Feeling tired? Can't seem to lose weight, no matter how hard you try?   It might be time to check your hormones.   Most people don't even know that their hormones could be the culprit behind their problems. But at Her Hormone Club, we specialize in hormone testing and treatment. We can help you figure out what's going on with your hormones and get you back on track.   We offer advanced hormone testing and treatment from Board Certified Practitioners, so you can feel confident that you're getting the best possible care. Plus, our convenient online consultation process makes it easy to get started.   Try Her Hormone Club for 30 days and see how it can help you feel better than before.     CLICK HERE to sign up.  

Morgunútvarpið
29. ágúst - Tilfærslur embættismanna, FSu og vinnueftirlit ASÍ

Morgunútvarpið

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022


Það gekk illa að reka strætó frá flugvellinum á Akureyri í sumar svo fyrirtækið sem að því stóð, Sýsli - ferða- og ökukennsla, hefur ákveðið að hætta öllum slíkum tilraunum fram á næsta ár að minnsta kosti. Við heyrðum í eigandanum Jónasi Þór Karlssyni hér í upphafi þáttar. Auglýsingar sænska matvörufyrirtækisins Oatly, sem framleiðir ýmis konar hafravörur, voru gagnrýndar harðlega í síðustu viku fyrir að vera á ensku. Nokkur þeirra sem gagnrýndu fyrirtækið sögðu auglýsinguna ólöglega - auglýsingar sem höfða eigi til íslenskra neytenda eigi að vera á íslensku. Við ræddum við Önnu Kristínu Kristjánsdóttur, formann Sambands íslenskra auglýsingastofa. Formaður BHM sagði um helgina að ráðningar hátt settra embættismanna án auglýsingar geti grafið undan trausti til stjórnsýslunnar - og formaður skipulags- og eftirlitsnefndar sagði að nefndin taki að öllum líkindum slíkar ráðningar fyrir á fundi sínum. Þrír af fjórum ráðuneytisstjórum sem skipaðir hafa verið á þessu ári voru fluttir til í starfi úr öðrum embættum og sömu sögu er að segja um stöðu þjóðminjavarðar, sem skipað hefur verið í án auglýsingar. Við ræddum við Anitu Elefsen, formann félags íslenskra safna og safnamanna. Um helgina hafa málefni Fjölbrautarskólans á Suðurlandi verið í deiglunni eftir tilkynningu skólameistarans, Olgu Lísu Garðarsdóttur, þess efnis að kynferðisbrot hefði átt sér stað innan veggja skólans en báðir aðilar ættu þó rétt á að mæta áfram í skólann þar til dómur félli í málinu og það myndi reynast báðum aðilum þungt. Skólanefnd FSU hefur sömuleiðis gefið út yfirlýsingu þess efnis að stjórnendum og nefndinni hafi þarna fatast flugið og hafa viðurkennt mistök í málinu en nýjustu vendingar í því eru að drengurinn sem grunaður er um kynferðisbrotið komi ekki til með að mæta að minnsta kosti enn um sinn. Svona mál eru flókin, kynferðisbrot í litlum samfélögum á borð við skólastofnanir eða vinnustaði, og okkur leikur hugur á að vita hvernig hægt sé að taka ákvarðanir í þeim án þess að skerða mannréttindi eða valda óþarfa sársauka. Steinunn Gyðu- og Guðjónsdóttir talskona Stígamóta var gestur okkar um átta. Greint var frá því á dögunum að vinnustaðaeftirlit ASÍ hafi það sem af er þessum mánuði sent mansalsteymi lögreglu þrjár tilkynningar um meint brot á kjarasamningum. Slíkum brotum hafi fjölgað samhliða auknum umsvifum í atvinnulífinu eftir faraldurinn. Við ræddum við Sögu Kjartansdóttur, verkefnastjóra vinnustaðaeftirlits hjá ASÍ, um stöðu þessara mála, launaþjófnað og mansal. Við fórum síðan yfir íþróttir helgarinnar í lok þáttar.

Getting Bridged with Gar and Kelli
DRAFTED! Time spent in the Air National Guard

Getting Bridged with Gar and Kelli

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 32:20


Gar talks about getting drafted during the Vietnam War and his time at the 148th Fighter Wing. Serious business? Sure thing. Shenanigans? You bet.Special shout-out to the Commemorative Air Force, Lake Superior Squadron: https://lakesuperiorsquadron.org/Thanks to the 148th Squadron (https://www.148fw.ang.af.mil/About-Us/History/) and the 148th Fandom page (https://military-history.fandom.com/wiki/148th_Fighter_Wing) for the history and Wikipedia for the picture of the DEUCE.

Proseccolaune
Laune is de Gude (mit Mädness)

Proseccolaune

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 63:26


Wassup ihr Nuggets? Die Specials beim McDonalds haben seit unserer letzten Gastfolge schon paar mal durch gewechselt. Umso schöner, dass der "Original Gude" aka "Mädness" oder einfach nur de Maggo gerade auf Heimatbesuch war und aufm Rückweg nach Berlin nochmal in AB gestoppt hat. Endlich jemand, der den Marek ob seiner hessischen Herkunft versteht und auch (richtig) antworten kann! Gar nicht mal soooo gagig dieses Mal: es geht viel um Kunst, kreativ sein, Selbstzweifel und die Dokumentation über Christian Theodor Blos! Peinlicherweise ohne Video. Stenger schiebt's aufn Computer, aber die Wahrheit ist, dass de Maggo einfach viel zu gut aussieht und wir das in unserer vergnomten Anwesenheit nicht zulassen konnten. Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/proseccolaune Leute! Auch dieses Jahr wird es ein Proseccolaune Sommerfest geben! Alles Infos und Facts gibt es in dieser Sonderfolge. Ticket gibt es ab sofort hier: https://proseccolaune.loveyourartist.store/de/events/62fcaf4cc7d38117f04b2aeb Werde Teil unserer Online-Sekte und unterstütze die Proseccolaune auf Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/proseccolaune Wir gehen 2022 auf die FEINE Tour! Ihr könnt ab jetzt Tickets kaufen und dann sehen wir uns Ende November alle wieder LIVE in euerer Stadt. Wir freuen uns schon riesig. So, 27.11.22, Stuttgart, Im Wizemann Studio Mo, 28.11.22, Frankfurt, Sankt Peter Di, 29.11.22, Leipzig, Kupfersaal Mi, 30.11.22, München, Nachtgalerie (Hochverlegt) Do, 1.12.22, Köln, Artheater (Ausverkauft) Fr, 2.12.22, Köln, Artheater (Ausverkauft) Sa, 3.12.22, Hamburg, KENT Club (Ausverkauft) So, 4.12.22, Hamburg, KENT Club (Zusatzshow) Di, 6.12.22, Berlin, Columbia Theater Hier geht's zum VVK: https://shop.krasserstoff.com/proseccolaune

Lucky Losers - Tenis sin filtro
27/ago/2022 - Previa oficial del US OPEN 2022

Lucky Losers - Tenis sin filtro

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 74:33


Como ya es costumbre, hacemos la previa del US Open revisando por cada cuarto nuestros pronósticos y como viene la mano para Medvedev, Tsitsipas, Nadal, Alcaraz, Kyrgios, Norrie... así como también a Tabilo y Garín (Jarry se nos quedó afuera porque a la hora de grabar no sabíamos que iba con Berrettini) y el cuadro femenino. Pasen y disfruten la previa del último grand slam del año junto a nosotros. Ah! Y también manden sus audios durante la semana y hacemos una recopilación para sintetizar las impresiones de la primeras rondas.Síguenos en Instagram @lucklosers_podcast Twitter @LuckyLoserscast  @luckyloserstenis 

Mannlegi þátturinn
Upprunni plöntunafna, lækningajurtir og Ása Baldurs

Mannlegi þátturinn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022


Við völdum á hverjum degi í sumar blóm dagsins í þættinum Sumarmálum, sem varð gjarnan tilefni til þess að við ræddum íslensku plöntunöfnin. Á http://floraislands.is/ eru skráðar gríðarlega margar plöntur og áhugaverðar upplýsingar um þær og bara það að renna yfir nafnalistann er virkilega skemmtilegt. Íslensku plöntunöfnin eru falleg, fyndin, skrýtin og og umfram allt forvitnileg. Guðrún Bjarnadóttir náttúrufræðingur kom í þáttinn og fræddi okkur um íslensk plöntunöfn, uppruna þeirra, alþýðuheiti nýjunar í plöntugreiningu og fleira. Við spurðum að lokum Guðrúnu um blómasamstæðuspilin sem hún hefur gefið út, en þau geta hjálpað fólki að læra um flóru Íslands. Við höfum heyrt talað um að bólgur í líkamanum geti verið orsök ýmissa sjúkdóma. Við ræddum við Önnu Rósu Róbertsdóttur grasalækni um íslenskar lækningajurtir og hvað við getum gert sjálf í því að þekkja læningarjurtir og til að efla heilsuna og minnka bólgur. Ása Baldursdóttir kom svo í þáttinn í dag og sagði okkur frá áhugaverðum hlaðvarpsþáttum og sjónvarpsefni. Í þættinum í dag sagði Ása okkur frá hlaðvarpinu Bad Bad things þar sem framhjáhald veldur andláti tveggja kvenna, þar sem ekkert eins og það sýnist í fyrstu. Annað hlaðvarp sem heitir Scamfluencers þar sem svikahrappar af ýmsum gerðum og áhrifamáttur sannfæringakraftsins fær að njóta sín. Auk þess sagði Ása okkur frá átakanlegri heimildarmynd, Girl in the Picture , þar sem uppruni stúlku sem finnst látin fær nýja og hrollvekjandi merkingu. Tónlist í þættinum í dag: Gling gló / Björk Guðmundsdóttir og Tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar (Alfreð Clausen og Kristín Engilbertsdóttir Clausen) Í bláum skugga / Stuðmenn (Sigurður Bjóla Garðarsson) Bona Fide / Krummi Björgvinsson og Soffía Björg (Oddur Hrafn Björgvinsson) UMSJÓN: GUÐRÚN GUNNARSDÓTTIR OG GUNNAR HANSSON

Samfélagið
Skólabyrjun, þurrkar, ruslarabb og utanvegaakstur

Samfélagið

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022


Magnús Þór Jónsson formaður Kennarasambandsins: Skólarnir eru farnir af stað, grunnskólar, framhaldsskólar og háskólar byrja lang flestir í þessari viku. Við ætlum að taka stöðuna svona í byrjun skólaárs með formanni kennarasambandsins, hvernig er með námskrána og prófin, verður hörð kjarabarátta, um hvað verður rifist innan skólakerfisins í ár, hvað ef covid fer aftur af stað, er lúsin mætt - það er af nógu að taka. Við höfum heyrt fréttir af miklum þurrkum í Evrópu þetta sumarið og raunar víða um heim. Hitabylgjur hafa verið tíðar og lítil úrkoma - nema þá úrhelli samhliða þrumuveðrum. Þetta veldur vitaskuld miklum vanda; neysluvatn verður af skornum skammti, vandamál við matvælaframleiðslu aukast og hætta á gróðureldum er gríðarleg. Og það er talað um að þurrkarnir nú stefni í að verða þeir mestu í 500 ár. Elín Björk Jónasdóttir veðurfræðingur ætlar að ræða þessi mál við okkur og líka aðgerðir kínverskra yfirvalda til að framkalla rigningu, en þar hafa sumstaðar verið miklir þurrkar. Ruslarabb Jón Garðar Helgason, formaður austurlandsdeildar 4x4 jeppaklúbbsins: félagar í honum gerðu sér ferð upp á Kverkfjallasvæði þar sem mikill utanvegaakstur hafði nýverið orðið og skilið eftir sig djúp og mikil sár í þessu viðkvæma eldfjalla landslagi. Jeppafólkið tók hrífurnar sínar og fór hamförum við að laga og við ætlum að heyra af ferðinni og ræða um viðhorf íslenskra eigenda risajeppa til utanvegaaksturs.

Kerry Today
Michael Collins’s Family on the Centenary Commemoration – August 23rd, 2022

Kerry Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022


Garóid Pearse is the great great nephew of Michael Collins and attended the commemoration in Béal na mBláth on Sunday. He speaks to Jerry about the group who booed and jeered during the event and how he tried to engage with them. Garóid’s father Robert, Collins’s great nephew, was unable to attend the event but followed it with great pride and interest. Robert’s mother was 13 when Michael Collins was assassinated.

Morgunvaktin
Bresk stjórnmál, grunnskólar hefjast og eftirlit með vinnandi fólki

Morgunvaktin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022


Flokksmenn í Íhaldsflokknum breska velja nú nýjan leiðtoga og næsta forsætisráðherra Bretlands eftir afsögn Borisar Johnson. Valið stendur á milli Liz Truss utanríkisráðherra og Rishi Sunak fyrrverandi fjármálaráðherra. Niðurstöður fást 5. september ? nema annað þeirra dragi sig í hlé. Hjörtur J. Guðmundsson, sagn- og alþjóðastjórnmálafræðingur, fylgist grannt með baráttunni; hann fór yfir sviðið. Það hefur færst í aukana, að minnsta kosti í Bandaríkjunum, að fylgst sé með vinnandi fólki, það er að segja því sem það gerir í vinnunni. Með hugbúnaði er hægt að skrá og greina ýmislegt. Þetta á að auka skilvirkni og ábyrgð segja sumir ? en það eru alls konar hlutir sem er einfaldlega ekki hægt að mæla. Ásdís Eir Símonardóttir mannauðsstjóri þekkir þessi mál vel og ræddi um frammistöðumælingar ýmiss konar. Grunnskólarnir hefjast víðast hvar á landinu í dag. Það er líklega eftirvænting við morgunverðarborðin; ekki síst á þeim heimilum þar sem búa börn sem eru að hefja grunnskólagönguna. Hrönn Garðarsdóttir skólastjóri er að búa sig undir að taka á móti krökkunum í Grunnskóla Suðureyrar; við slógum á þráðinn til hennar og röbbuðum um skólamál. Umsjónarmenn Morgunvaktarinnar eru Björn Þór Sigbjörnsson og Þórunn Elísabet Bogadóttir. Tónlist: Bráðum vetur ? KK Eilífa tungl - Guðrún Gunnarsdóttir Veldu stjörnu - Ellen Kristjánsdóttir og John Grant Orðin mín - Sigurður Guðmundsson og Memfismafían Sailing to Philadelphia ? Mark Knoffler og James Taylor Esjan - Bríet Það er á vorin ? Between Mountains

FantasyGandalf
#28 - Bjarni Ben í ristavélinni, Mávaskita í Garðabæ og bólginn getnaðarlimur

FantasyGandalf

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 79:25


Mættir aftur í studio og rústuðum orkumælinum hjá Íþróttaálfinum. Orkustigið var svo átt að rant og röfl náði nýjum hæðum. Bjarni Ben var settur í ristavélina, Mávahláur fer í taugarnar á Garðbæingum og ef þú sérð Apabóluna þá er eins gott að forða sér. Lögregludagbókin var krúttleg og vondi kallinn er á Tik tok. Góða skemmtun !

Fotbolti.net
Heimavöllurinn: Sokkuðu spánna og eru efstar, ráðgátur og 3x ON í 2. deild

Fotbolti.net

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022


Það er stútfullur Heimavöllur í dag. Línur eru aldeilis að skýrast í efstu deild og nú liggur fyrir að Meistaradeildarliðin Breiðablik og Valur mætast í bikarúrslitum. Það er ein umferð eftir af fyrri hluta 2. deildar og gríðarleg spenna framundan þar. Arnar Páll Garðarsson, þjálfari KR, er gestur þáttarins og rýnir með þeim Huldu Mýrdal og Mist Rúnarsdóttur í 2. deildina og allt hitt sem um er að vera. Sem fyrr eru það Orka Náttúrunnar, Hekla og Dominos sem bjóða upp á þáttinn.

How to impress
Warum Du in Deinen Vorträgen die Stille aushalten solltest (# 124)

How to impress

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 17:36


Den Moment der Stille aushalten… Gar nicht so einfach, oder? Doch die Wirkung einer Sache ist ganz anders, wenn Du einfach mal abwartest und aushältst. Das funktioniert übrigens nicht nur in der Comedy, sondern auch bei Vorträgen auf der Business-Bühne! Kürzlich moderierte ich die Hauptrunde des Hamburger Comedy-Pokals zum zweiten Mal in der “Motte” in Altona. Das Künstlerduo Valter Rado + Tim Schaller, welches ich unter anderem anmoderieren durfte, hat dieses “Aushalten” perfektioniert. Gepaart mit einem unglaublich feinen Humor wurde es ein sehr witziger Auftritt! In dieser Podcastfolge erzähle ich Dir, was der Auftritt von Valter Rado + Tim Schaller mit Deinem Vortrag zu tun hat, warum ihr Auftritt so witzig war und warum Du so mutig sein solltest, die Stille mal auszuhalten. Viel Spaß beim Anhören! *** Du findest mich hier: https://www.typischfrau.de/ (meine Bühnenprogramme) https://sonja-gruendemann.de/ https://www.instagram.com/sonjagruendemann/ https://www.facebook.com/sonjagruendemann https://www.linkedin.com/in/sonjagruendemann/ https://www.youtube.com/c/SonjagruendemannDeuschland

Dini Mundart
«Dialektratis» Nordwestschweiz

Dini Mundart

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 32:21


Wie verrät sich jemand aus der Nordwestschweiz sprachlich? Lange Vokale wie «uf Baasel aabe» oder Wörter wie «tiëf» oder «Spiessli» verraten die Region zwischen Jura und Rhein. Genauer betrachtet, gibt es aber fast mehr Unterschiede als Gemeinsamkeiten. In Basel erhält man im Laden «e Gugge». Oberbaselbieterinnen «gönge» in die Stadt. Schwarzbuben und Laufentalerinnen kommen «vo hinge füüre». Wieso gibt es in dieser relativ kleinen Region so viele dialektale Unterschiede? Wie kann man die einzelnen Gebiete sprachlich auseinanderhalten? Wir sagen: Gar nicht so einfach! Zum Beispiel, wo sagt man «sääge» und wo «saage» und was ist damit jeweils gemeint?

Rádio Gaúcha
Garçom mais antigo e dono do Barranco relembram histórias do "Dia do Pendura"

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 7:36


Garçom mais antigo e dono do Barranco relembram histórias do "Dia do Pendura" by Rádio Gaúcha

Minecraft Mit 9Bit
Was ist eigentlich Sculk #2

Minecraft Mit 9Bit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 8:08


Jooooooooooooo Leute Was geht!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Heute geht es Mal wieder um Sculk. Ich check Gar nicht aber egal. Ich hoffe ihr blickt durch :) Tschau und viel Spaß mit der Folge! Hier der Discord Link https://discord.gg/xgWURVF2sp

Art Biz Podcast
Play Tops Work, Connection Tops Solitude, and Confidence Tops Fear with Willie Cole (#126)

Art Biz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 50:48


There's always plenty to be learned from artists who have been making a go of it for decades. Just think about how much has changed in 30 years! In this episode of The Art Biz, my guest is Willie Cole, a self-described perceptual engineer with an impressive list of collaborations under his belt and even more in the works. Together we talk about the faith he has in his work as a result of being consistent throughout the years. And why he says work is a bad word and prefers to approach his studio in the spirit of play. We discussed his art and why he challenges people to perceive recognizable objects, like shoes and musical instruments, in new ways. You'll hear how one of his Instagram posts—where he mocked up his art as if to appear on the cover of Vogue—led to collaborations with major fashion brands. Such opportunities continue coming his way, which might be the result of his faith in his practice. Spoiler: Visualizing success plays a role. Highlights Willie calls himself a perceptual engineer, but what exactly does that mean? (3:12) The importance (if any) of showing the materials Willie uses to create his work, including 75 cut up guitars. (5:35) “Planning makes it feel too much like a job.” How Willie approaches his work instead. (11:02) A peek inside Willie's studio. (13:58) Work is a bad word, but play can make your business better every day. (15:55) Staying in a playful mindset in every stage of production. (19:15) The value of improvisation and the value of not knowing everything. (21:08) Willie feels like the luckiest business person in America. (23:40) The business minded people that make up Willie's team and insights into his collaborations. (25:36) Propelling yourself forward in spite of your fears. (35:24) The difference between fashion industry collaborations and gallery relationships. (37:51) The music on Willie's current playlist and what is coming up next in his work. (40:28)   Mentioned Willie's collaboration with Tod's Willie's collaboration with Comme des Garçons Armando Cabral Money Good by Megan Thee Stallion Joan Amatrading concert on YouTube Vogue covers by Black artists   The Art Biz Connection The Wildly Productive Get Organized Challenge for Your Art Biz   Resources Show notes, images, and listener comments How to Price Your Art free report Art Biz Connection artist membership     Guest Bio Willie Cole calls himself a perceptual engineer. Whether he is using the symbolism of a steam iron or the shapes of high fashion shoes and recognizable music instruments, he challenges how we look at things. While he has had solo exhibitions at esteemed institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, Miami Art Museum, and Montclair Art Museum, Willie embraces nontraditional avenues for his work, such as collaborations with major fashion brands. He is represented by Alexander and Bonin Gallery in New York, Maus Contemporary Gallery (Alabama), Gavlak Gallery (Los Angeles/Florida), and Kavi Gupta Gallery (Chicago). Willie lives and works in New Jersey.

Fotbolti.net
Innkastið - Bestu liðin hiksta og FHallbaráttan harðnar

Fotbolti.net

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022


Elvar Geir heldur um stýrið í Innkastinu eftir 16. umferð Bestu deildarinnar. Með honum í þættinum eru Skagamaðurinn og íþróttafréttamaðurinn Sverrir Mar Smárason og FH-ingurinn og fótboltaþjálfarinn Magnús Haukur Harðarson. Topplið Breiðabliks fékk óvænta útreið í Garðabæ, Fram skoraði umdeilt jöfnunarmark gegn Víkingi, Fallfnykurinn eykst í Hafnarfirði, Nökkvi heldur áfram á flugi, Atli Sigurjóns fór illa með Eyjamenn, Skagamaður kláraði Skagamenn og Leiknir gaf Keflavík sigur á silfurfati. Einnig er rætt um Sambandsdeildarleikina, Mjólkurbikarinn og Lengjudeildina.

Dan Snow's History Hit
The Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb

Dan Snow's History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 27:44 Very Popular


On August 6 and 9, 1945, US B-29 bombers, dropped their nuclear bombs on the two cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing hundreds of thousands and consigning millions to disease and genetic defects. The accepted wisdom in the U.S. since has been that dropping the bombs on these Japanese cities was the only way to end World War II without an invasion of Japan that would have cost hundreds of thousands of American and perhaps millions of Japanese lives.Gar Alperovitz is a historian, political economist, activist and writer. A critic of the bombings, Gar joins Dan on the podcast to discuss how the decision to use the atomic bomb was wrapped up in atomic diplomacy: that the U.S. used nuclear weapons to intimidate the Soviet Union in the early stages of the Cold War. To mark the anniversary, we also dug back into the archives to bring you the human story at the heart of the tragedy - Hirata San, a survivor of the Hiroshima attacks, shares his experiences of the bombing.Produced by Hannah WardMixed and Mastered by Dougal PatmoreIf you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today!To download the History Hit app please go to the Android or Apple store. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Sternstunde Philosophie
Natürliche versus künstliche Intelligenz – Kampf der Zukunft?

Sternstunde Philosophie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 56:45


Ist diese Welt in Wahrheit eine Computersimulation? Und die Mitmenschen nur Roboter? Einst reine Gedankenexperimente, erscheinen diese Szenarien heute als reale Möglichkeiten. Zwei preisgekrönte Science-Fiction-Autorinnen diskutieren über die Grenzen und Möglichkeiten künstlicher Intelligenz. Worin besteht der Unterschied zwischen einem menschlichen Bewusstsein und künstlicher Intelligenz? Wird es Maschinen jemals gelingen, Emotionen zu fühlen, autonom zu entscheiden, gar eigenständig zu philosophieren? Oder ging es bei der Entwicklung von KI am Ende gar nicht um Erkenntnis, sondern den Willen zur Macht: die Macht der Wenigen über Viele, die Macht der Wissenschaftler über die Masse? Gar die Macht von Männern über Frauen? Diese Fragen stehen im Zentrum zweier preisgekrönter Romane. Martina Clavadetscher erhielt für Ihre KI-Parabel «Die Erfindung des Ungehorsams» 2021 den Schweizer Buchpreis. Raphaela Edelbauer für ihre Science-Fiction-Dystopie «Dave» den österreichischen Buchpreis. Im Gespräch mit Wolfram Eilenberger denken die beiden Philosophinnen und Poetinnen über die alles entscheidende Grenze nach, die den Menschen noch von der Maschine trennt. Und auch darüber, was es für den Alltag bedeuten mag, sollte sie in naher Zukunft endgültig verwischt werden. Eine Wiederholung der Sternstunde Philosophie.

Getting Bridged with Gar and Kelli
Diamond Tool and Horseshoe Co: The End

Getting Bridged with Gar and Kelli

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 31:35


All good things must come to an end, and so it was with Diamond Tool. In this episode, Gar recounts his rise in the ranks of the employees, defying the chairman of the board and surviving, and the eventual downfall of the company.

Marine Conservation Happy Hour
MCHH 412: MCHH visit the Florida Aquarium

Marine Conservation Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 11:23


Dr Scarlett Smash and Dr Craken MacCraic are on the road again - the next stop on their Tampa Bay tour is the Florida Aquarium. This episode is supported by an ad from Cetacean Research Technology - providers of affordable, top quality hydrophones to scientists, documentary makers, artists, educators, whale-watchers and all types of ocean enthusiast! https://www.cetaceanresearch.com/index.html If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact info@absolutelysmashingllc.com for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show. MCHH Twitter MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram

Mi Dieta Cojea radio (Nutrición y Dietética)
Mitos sobre el plástico en alimentación |Entrevista a Sofía Garín #EUChooseSafeFood

Mi Dieta Cojea radio (Nutrición y Dietética)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 39:00


Generamos demasiados plásticos, sobre todo en alimentación, pero son, por ejemplo, ¿el cartón o el papel, un futuro dentro del envasado? ¿Lo será el aluminio? ¿Nos estamos dirigiendo a un futuro de envasado alimentario sin plásticos? Lo vamos a aclarar todo esto y otras muchas dudas en el podcast de hoy. #EUChooseSafeFood: https://campaigns.efsa.europa.eu/EUChooseSafeFood/#/index-es Me acompaña Sofía Garín Martínez, ingeniera de diseño sostenible, experta en diseño circular y project manager en Inedit -Twitter: https://twitter.com/sofia_sogamar?lang=es -Inedit: http://www.ineditinnova.com/ Contenidos: 00:00 Introducción 01:10 Las ventajas del plástico: usos difíciles de sustituir 04:02 La importancia de replantear nuestros modelos de consumo 05:14 No existen materiales buenos y malos, existen usos buenos y malos de los materiales 07:01 Botellas de plástico de agua vs tetrabriks de agua 08:18 Consumo responsable y nuestro papel como consumidores 12:57 Legislación, innovación y envasado 14:09 Iniciativas en otros países: el caso de Suecia 16:40 La importancia del reciclado del plástico: ¿por qué se recircula tan poco? 20:52 ¿Qué es el ecodiseño de envases? 22:35 Iniciativas en otros países: el caso de Heineken y Dinamarca 25:26 La prioridad es reducir 29:11 La digitalización también genera residuos e impactos 30:20 Reutiliza antes de comprar reutilizables 32:09 Reciclaje: la R cómoda 32:36 ¿Hacia dónde vamos con el uso de los materiales? 34:20 Compostable y biodegradable: términos que no significan nada 34:46 Algunos trabajos de Inedit: Rewine y Heura 37:29 Conclusiones y una nota positiva 38:53 Despedida Blog: https://www.midietacojea.com Twitter: https://bit.ly/twitter-mdc Instagram: https://instagram.com/midietacojea/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Midietacojea Canal de Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/midietacojea TikTok: https://bit.ly/TikTok-mdc

AMS Bowfishing Buzz podcast
E41 Bowfishing Mahi Mahi with guest Billy Lawson

AMS Bowfishing Buzz podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 49:04


In this episode we are joined by Floridian Billy Lawson. Billy discusses his early bowfishing adventures for Gar and Tilapia, to Alligator, to off shore Bowfishing for Mahi Mahi.  

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica
Lauren Sherman's Thingies and It's a Trip, Not a Vacation

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 51:03 Very Popular


Who better to talk Thingies with than Lauren Sherman, the chief correspondent at The Business of Fashion and the host of their wonderful—and quick!—new podcast The Debrief?! NOBODY. She fills us in on the third-wave coffee movement (We have a lot of questions.), a great investment T-shirt, and the trick that keeps her kid well-rested while traveling. Speaking of travel: There is a difference between a trip and a vacation, and we'd like to manage some expectations.   Listen to The Debrief—it has as feeling more fashion-industry-informed than we have in years.   Lauren has a LOT of insight on third-wave coffee and natural-process coffee beans. Some of her favorite places to get them: Andytown in San Franciso, Heart Coffee Roasters in Portland, Oregon, Tandem Coffee Roasters in Portland, Maine, 49th Parallel in Vancouver, Cafe integral in NYC, Dune Coffee Roasters in Santa Barbara, and Kumquat Coffee & Tea in Los Angeles. She's also passionate about Three Trees almondmilk and making coffee with an AeroPress.   If you're looking for a stand-out T-shirt, Lauren loves Dries van Noten's. If you find yourself in Europe, scoop ‘em up there for better prices—or keep an eye on Yoox and The Outnet for deals. Other especially good brands for tees: James Perse and the men's dept. of Comme des Garçons.    When hitting the road with a baby, Lauren highly recommends bringing a SnoozeShade for Pack 'n Plays.   How do you order stuff that doesn't ship to the U.S.? Lauren uses Reship.com for that, and KoreaBuddy is a good option for items from Korea specifically.    We 1000% need some new catchphrases. Share your thoughts with us at 833-632-5463, podcast@athingortwohq.com, or @athingortwohq. And for more recommendations, try out a Secret Menu membership.   Support your immune system with Athletic Greens and get a one-year supply of Vitamin D and five free travel packs with your first purchase when you use our link. Turn to Thinx and get $10 off your first order when you visit rethinkyourcycyle.com and use the code ATHINGORTWO. Treat kids to Little Passports and get 20% off when you use our link.   Get comfy with Bombas and take 20% off your first purchase when you use our link. Travel better with BÉIS and snag 15% off your first purchase with our link. YAY.   Produced by Dear Media