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Colorado Real Estate Leaders
Interview With Jason Evans Mortgage Loan Officer with M2 Lending Solutions

Colorado Real Estate Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:59


If you don't find me on the hiking trails or downtown at Coors Field catching a ball game, I'm probably honing my skills in the kitchen with recipes made famous by Gordon Ramsay.Since graduating from CU Denver, I've grown to be a part of an elite mortgage team in the Colorado market. I stay up to date with the complexities of mortgage lending, and I help my borrowers understand the big picture to help them achieve their goals. I am a strong believer that by putting the homeowners best interest at heart, I can be a vital resource for homeowners and realtors alike.Learn More: https://m2lending.com

The Matt Walker Podcast
# 31: Insomnia - Part 6

The Matt Walker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 21:51


Very understandably, many insomnia patients try to self-medicate their condition with varied “sleep aids”. The tragedy us that most of them not only fail to help but actually make insomnia worse.  Most common among these is alcohol, which hurts your sleep in at least three different ways: 1) it sedates your brain, rather than generating naturalistic sleep 2) it increases the frequency of nighttime awakenings and makes it harder to fall back to sleep, and 3) it inhibits REM sleep.THC also inhibits REM sleep, and users can develop a dependency on and tolerance to it, requiring more to get the same sleep effect. Worse still, THC is associated with a severe withdrawal insomnia, which only leads to relapse use. Another ineffective tool is melatonin. Melatonin does not help people with insomnia sleep, as we discussed in the episode all about Melatonin. The other option is classic prescription sleeping pills. However, based on their safety concerns and their minimal effectiveness long-term, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the American College of Physicians (ACP) now state that classic sleeping should no longer be the first-line treatment for insomnia. Instead, the first line treatment for insomnia should be the non-drug approach called cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTi), and the one that Matt typically advocates for.At a high level, CBTi involves working with a trained clinician for several weeks to change your habits, behaviors, mental beliefs, and stress around sleep. Many people with insomnia lose all confidence in their sleep and have terrible anxieties around not sleeping—in other words, their sleep controls them, and CBTI is designed to reverse that. Many clinical studies have shown that CBTi is just as effective as sleeping pills in the short term yet has no negative side effects. Unlike sleeping pills, its benefits can last for many years after stopping work with your therapist. Please note that Matt is not a medical doctor, and none of the content in this podcast should be considered medical advice in any way, shape, or form, nor prescriptive in any way.Today's podcast is supported by MasterClass - the online streaming platform where anyone can learn from the world's best about a variety of topics such as cooking, business, art, entertainment, and, of course, technology. When you sign up, you get access to all of the classes taught by such masters as Martin Scorsese, Venus Williams, Gordon Ramsay,  and Bill Clinton to name just a few of Matt's favorites. You may even find a masterclass from a familiar sleep scientist! So if you're curious and have a thirst for learning,  head on over to masterclass.com/mattwalker and you will get a discount when you sign up.Another sponsor of today's podcast is the biochemical electrolyte drink company LMNT, and they are very kindly offering eight free sample packs when you purchase any one of their orders at drinklmnt.com/mattwalker. LMNT is an electrolyte sports drink that I can fully get behind - it's created from the basis of science, and it has no sugar, no coloring, and no artificial ingredients – all qualities that are so important to maintaining your blood biochemical balance. So, make your way over to LMNT and MasterClass to take advantage of these incredible deals. And, as always, if you have thoughts or feedback you'd like to share, please reach out to Matt on Instagram.

Business Innovators Radio
Interview With Jason Evans Mortgage Loan Officer with M2 Lending Solutions

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:59


If you don't find me on the hiking trails or downtown at Coors Field catching a ball game, I'm probably honing my skills in the kitchen with recipes made famous by Gordon Ramsay.Since graduating from CU Denver, I've grown to be a part of an elite mortgage team in the Colorado market. I stay up to date with the complexities of mortgage lending, and I help my borrowers understand the big picture to help them achieve their goals. I am a strong believer that by putting the homeowners best interest at heart, I can be a vital resource for homeowners and realtors alike.Learn More: https://m2lending.comColorado Real Estate Leaders https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/colorado-real-estate-leaders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-jason-evans-mortgage-loan-officer-with-m2-lending-solutions

Spooko
[Intermission: Gordon Ramsay's Next Level Chef]

Spooko

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 5:02


It was bound to happen: a horror-themed Gordon Ramsay cooking competition. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Double Deuce podcast
359: The ‘ol Salty Pancake

Double Deuce podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 35:22


We're back in Nelson's kitchen for a second episode of the day! The Notes: Will's getting German up in here! Will has German friends! Germans call New Years Eve “Sylvester,” and spend it watching Finner for One, apparently! Will's German friend would give Indiana Jones pause! Woodworking, Princess Diana, and DJing! Nelson spent time in a POW camp! Will did a bad parent thing! Ollie is a slow, naked eater! Will accidentally but justly gave Ollie the ‘ol salty pancake! Will's sticky, minty beard! Unintentional prank war! Your favorite segment, Nerd TV Corner from the Future Past, is back! We're talking about Rings of Power and House of the Dragon from a week plus ago, so any spoilers are older! More Rings of Power love! The Hobbits are Welsh! Wizard and Dark Lord ponderances! More House of the Dragon quibbles! Matt Smith in a wig = Gordon Ramsey! Will wants more shirtless Matt Smith! Less sexy uncle time, please! Slow down and enjoy the crabs! Contact Us! Follow Us! Love Us! Email: doubledeucepod@gmail.com Twitter & Instagram: @doubledeucepod Facebook: www.facebook.com/DoubleDeucePod/ Patreon: patreon.com/DoubleDeucePod Also, please subscribe/rate/review/share us! We're on Apple, Android, Libsyn, Stitcher, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Radio.com, RadioPublic, pretty much anywhere they got podcasts, you can find the Deuce! Podcast logo art by Jason Keezer! Find his art online at Keezograms! Intro & Outro featuring Rob Schulte! Check out his podcasts at Pink Jeans! Brought to you in part by sponsorship from Courtney Shipley, Official Superfans Stefan Rider & Molly Scanlon, and listeners like you! Join a tier on our Patreon! Advertise with us! Check out the Lawrence Times's 785 Collective at https://lawrencekstimes.com/785collective/ for a list of local LFK podcasts including this one!

Jim and Them
Adam Levine's Baby Names - #743 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 99:12


CHURROS: Jim brings an egregious example of Chef Aarón Sánchez trying to flex his pronounciations.Ye On GMA: Ye, aka Kanye West, aka the real world Joker, appears on Good Morning America to discuss his children, his school and his fashion wins and woes.Adam Levine: We delve into the Maroon 5 singer's extramarital affairs that leaked this past week.WALK IN LIKE YOU BELONG!, SOMEONE LIKE ME!, ANDOR!, REAL ONES!, PATREON!, JIMTERVENTION!, SPOOKY SEASON!, DISNEY MIKE!, OOGIE BOOGIE BASH!, CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE!, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY!, MONSTERS AFTER DARK!, SEASONAL!, TYLER BATES!, MAGIC OF A THEME PARK!, ANNABELLE CREATION!, INSIDIOUS!, MONSTERS INC AFTER DARK!, MUSHROOMS!, DELTA 8!, JENKEM!, 16 BEERS!, JOLT COLA!, TEMPLE OF DOOM!, AARON SANCHEZ!, MASTERCHEF!, CHURRO!, ROLL YOUR R'S!, EGREGIOUS!, JOE!, GORDON RAMSAY!, DESERT!, CHILI!, CACAO!, TUTORIAL!, CHEWIE!, CHEWBACCA!, 24 HOURS TO HELL AND BACK!, DISGUISES!, MASKS!, RICK AND MORTY!, BEST IN DOUGH!, SHE HULK!, REAL CHANCE AT LOVE WITH BRET MICHAELS!, EVIL!, WHO'S READY FOR FALL!, THE BOY BLUE!, KANYE!, GMA!, GOOD MORNING AMERICA!, FASHION!, ADIDAS!, GAP!, SWAY!, YOU DON'T HAVE THE ANSWERS SWAY!, THE BIBLE!, POWER!, M NIGHT SHYAMALAN!, DONDA!, SCHOOL!, YZY!, CHILD LABOR!, GLASSES!, FACE MASK!, ROLL UP!, BRET HART GLASSES!, ALIEN!, RESELL!, HOODIE!, SOFT!, BRAD HALL!, WHITE GUY!, DOING A BIT!, GOOFS!, REVIEW BRAH!, PAUL DANO!, RIDDLER!, BRIAN'S WEDDING!, ADAM LEVINE!, SUMNER STROHL!, INSTAGRAM!, DIRECT MESSAGES!, AFFAIR!, CHEATING!, TABLOID!, MAROON 5!, TIKTOK!, VICTORIA'S SECRET MODEL!, YOUNG!, NAIVE!, EXPLOITED!, SNEAKING AROUND!, EMBARASSING!, MEME!, HOLY FUCK!, YOUR BODY IS ABSURD!, M'LADY!, DIRT!, MURPH!, BLOCKED!, PS4 MESSAGE!, OVERWATCH!, 5 DOLLARS GET OUT OF HERE!, MAY NEED TO SEE THE BOOTY!, PERCHANCE!, PAW PATROL!, CHEEKY BLINDERS!, SEX THERAPIST!, SEX EXPERT!, 3FUN!, FLIRTY!, GETTING LOUD!, JERKING OFF!, SHIA!, HEY IT'S ME!, MINECRAFT!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

Market Proof Marketing: New Home Builder Marketing Insights
Ep 239: Flow State vs. Clutch State

Market Proof Marketing: New Home Builder Marketing Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 45:30


Market Proof Marketing · Flow State vs. Clutch State Kevin Oakley,  Julie Jarnagin, and Samantha Kellenberger discuss the flexibility between Flow State (letting things happen) vs. Clutch State (making things happen) on how to think about both. Why you can't move forward if your basics aren't covered, why builders need to be prepared to market individual homes, and why first principles matter. Story Time (3:46)Samantha shares an update on her new construction home and on working with contractors for her landscaping project.Julie: Read Do Hard Things by Steve Magness. Flexibility between Flow State (Zoomed out) vs. Clutch State (Zoomed in)Kevin talks about the first principles. Supporting PartnerThe Market Proof Marketing Podcast is brought to you in partnership with Opendoor. Opendoor partners with homebuilders across the country in over 2,000 sales offices and has helped help generate more than $4 billion in new construction home sales. Visit Opendoor.com/doyouconvert to learn more about how you can partner with Opendoor. In The News (18:19)Luxury Brands Spend More on Marketing, Defying Economic Uncertainty (www.wsj.com)Kim Kardashian adds private equity firm to her portfolio (bbc.com)Gordon Ramsay and Martha Stewart are being outperformed by Doña Angela, a grandma from rural Mexico and her daughter's phone camera. (https://twitter.com)Questions? Comments? Email show@doyouconvert.com or call 404-369-2595 and we'll address them on the next episode. More insights, discussions, and opportunities in the Market Proof Marketing Facebook group.Subscribe on iTunes > https://now.doyouconvert.com/mpm-itunesFollow on Spotify > https://now.doyouconvert.com/mpm-spotifyListen On Stitcher > https://now.doyouconvert.com/mpm-stitcherA weekly new home marketing podcast for home builders and developers. Each week Kevin Oakley, Andrew Peek, Jackie Lipinski, Julie Jarnagin, and other team members from Do You Convert will break down the headlines, share best practices and stories from the front line, and perform a deep dive on a relevant marketing topic. We're here to help you – not to sell you!Opendoor is a supporting partner of the Market Proof Marketing Podcast. Visit Opendoor.com/doyouconvert to learn more about how you can partner with Opendoor. Offer eligibility varies. Opendoor is represented by Opendoor Brokerage Inc., License 02061130, in California and Opendoor Brokerage LLC in its other markets. The post Ep 239: Flow State vs. Clutch State appeared first on Online Sales and Marketing for Home Builders - DYC.

SheerLuxe Podcast
The state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II: News Round-Up

SheerLuxe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 14:11


From the latest in the war in Ukraine to Gordon Ramsay's gin launch mishaps, here are this week's biggest stories. from The Daily News In Brief by SheerLuxe. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Weekly News In Brief
The state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II: News Round-Up

The Weekly News In Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 14:11


From the latest in the war in Ukraine to Gordon Ramsay's gin launch mishaps, here are this week's biggest stories. from The Daily News In Brief by SheerLuxe. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Beyond the Barn
Ep. 043: How Regrets, Life Struggles, and Learning from Mistakes Won't Ruin You with Clinton Anderson

Beyond the Barn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 53:47


Keep up with Clinton Anderson and the Downunder Horsemanship on:YouTubeFacebookInstagramTikTok____________________________________Have a topic idea or feedback to share? We want to connect with you! Email podcast@standlee.comShare our podcast and learn more about our co-hosts at our Beyond the Barn podcast pageSUBSCRIBE to the Beyond the Barn podcast email to be an exclusive insider!Find us on Apple, Spotify or Google Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE, so you never miss an episode.____________________________________Check out the Standlee Barn Bulletin BlogFind more nutritional resources from Dr. Stephen Duren and Dr. Tania Cubitt at https://www.standleeforage.com/nutrition/nutritional-resourcesConnect with Standlee on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok____________________________________*Views and opinions expressed by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect the view of Standlee Premium Products, LLC.*

The Mic is Ahn
Episode 50: Janine Loutzenhiser

The Mic is Ahn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 73:08


The 50th episode of The Mic is Ahn Podcast brings us Janine Loutzenhiser....which is unique in more ways than one.  To begin with, Janine is the first guest that brings us to the topic of radio broadcasting, which is a favorite of mine as well.  The other coincidence is that the number 50 is meaningful in her life also....and we will get to that. Janine has a very interesting path that has led her to her on-air radio career that she is currently working in.  It hasn't been a straight path, and it hasn't been easy.  She has experienced some really tough times in her family life and we will discuss how that affected her in both positive and negative ways.  In this episode, you will hear Janine's personality front and center....and it is a great one.  Our talk is filled with laughter, fun stories, and past memories.  In addition to hearing about Janine's career in radio, we will touch on the Backstreet Boys, our love of Gordon Ramsay, and bumpy plane rides to Wyoming.  It's all here.....and I think you'll enjoy it.  Tell your friends to listen wherever they get their podcasts.  The Mic is Ahn....50 deep. Janine Loutzenhiser Instagram: j9alldayPodcast email: themicisahn@gmail.comInstagram: ahniebpe

La Chela del Perro
Ep. #129 - De mi rancho a tu cocina vence a Gordon Ramsay | La peor comida del mundo: TORTA DE TAMAL

La Chela del Perro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 62:43


Bienvenidos al Episodio 129 de la Chela del Perro. Hoy hablamos sobre: -El canal de cocina De mi rancho a tu cocina vence a Gordon Ramsay y otros de talla mundial. -Ranking de las peores comidas callejeras del mundo: Torta de Tamal y Tacos de tripitas figuran en ella. -Aniversario en los tacos, viste de gala para ir a taqueria. -Restaurantes de cortes de carne venden gato por liebre, anuncian mas y dan menos. -Chelas a tu madre a todos esos restaurantes abusones que inventas cargas para cobrar de más. -Saludos Cheleros --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lacheladelperro/message

HamRadioConcepts Podcast
Episode 51 - MARS/CAP Modding My Icom 7100, New Truck , Ideas For My Radios!!

HamRadioConcepts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 16:23


I got my pickup and I'm out of the van. Now I have to move all my radios and antennas over, and modify my Icom 7100...

Standout Girl Podcast
3 Minutes To A Healthy Soul

Standout Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:02


One of my favourite things to do is introspect my body, soul and spirit. I could be pushing the pram, cleaning out cat litter, mopping the floor, reading emails or stirring homemade, bubbling pasta sauce…when I give myself a little check-up. How am I doing? Am I feeling tired? Am I feeling joyful? Is there anxiety in my heart? Why is my mind so full? More often than not, I come out of my little mental, self-therapy session with a few tweaks needed. Things I need to pay attention to, pivot or put in place long haul to make sure that I'm more Nigella, less Gordon Ramsey, more Mother T, less woman on the news for killing people. Here are a handful of things that help me feel a little healthier body, soul and spirit.

The Ultimate Dish
How To Create Unforgettable Food Memories - Executive Chef Lee Hillson

The Ultimate Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 44:37 Transcription Available


In today's episode, we speak with Lee Hillson, the Executive Chef at the Royal Palms Resort and Spa in Arizona, a James Beard House featured chef and four-time nominee of Arizona's Culinary Hall of Fame.  Chef Hillson has cooked for the likes of former president George W. Bush, Barbara Streisand, Princess Diana, Richard Branson, and Billy Joel. Some of his other accomplishments include: competing in Food Network's Iron Chef America, running top-rated kitchens in some of Arizona's most prestigious restaurants, including the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, and playing a major role in all seven restaurants at the famous Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale. Listen as Lee talks about baking in extreme weather, respecting the origin of the food you prepare, and the lessons learned from crossing paths with legendary chefs like the Roux Brothers, Gordon Ramsey, and Marco Pierre White.

Shrink Rap Radio Psychology Interviews: Exploring brain, body, mind, spirit, intuition, leadership, research, psychotherapy a

Dr. Robb Kelly is a renowned Addiction Expert. Born and raised in Manchester, UK, who is eccentric, no holds bar, successful, and places his patients first kind of man. Robb is Meadows Trained in Trauma and holds a double Ph.D. It is necessary for the family to work along with the patient- we uncover the family chaos and dynamics to better resolve addiction. Robb mentors upcoming entrepreneurs because he knows what it takes to run a successful business. Robb has overcome homelessness, alcohol dependency, trauma, PTSD, and MDD and a whirlwind of events to be the "Gordon Ramsay" of the addiction treatment world. Before Robb succumbed to addiction and mental health issues, he played bass guitar at Abbey Studio with Queen, David Bowie, and Elton John. He is an accomplished musician, and the money he made helped him attend Oxford University to pursue a Ph.D. in Psychology. Robb experienced a spiritual awakening on the cold streets of Manchester while homeless and in dire straights. Robb's work ethic is defined by helping the addict step out of their disease and into a solution. He works with everyday people, professionals, and celebrities who want to reach sobriety and live in sustained recovery through evidence-based modalities and a genuine therapeutic alliance. Robb believes in helping marginalized communities because he understands that everyone has different worldviews when addiction is rearing its ugly head. Also, Robb is lecturing at the University of Texas at San Antonio about Addiction and recovery. http://www.RobbKelly.com Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute

HamRadioConcepts Podcast
Episode 49 - VACATION!!! Dinner, Ravioli And VIDEOS!!!

HamRadioConcepts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 22:02


I had to update you guys with my current situation on day 3 of my 10 day vacation, and you all are just amazing!!! Thanks for following along my friends!

Creator Culture
S3 E2 | Neemanaz, the creator looking to build a comedy empire

Creator Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 46:24


Today's guest is Neema Nazeri, or as you might know him on socials, NeemaNaz. He's a Canadian comedian with the spirit of a creator and has the vision of a founder. If you spend a few minutes on his TikTok or YouTube, you'll find a mix of impersonations (Like GaryVee and Gordon Ramsey), skits and a late-night show. It might seem like he's blown up, but according to Neema, this is only the first act.As always, before we get to the episode, here are three things about Neema that you should know  Neema keeps a tight circle with the help of his manager, who's also his brotherBeyond comedy, he loves dancing, singing and acting. You might've seen him in Amazon Prime's show, The BoysNeema's focused on building a media empire, not just a following on social mediaEnjoy the conversation with Neema Nazeri and check him out on all socials:Instagram, TikTok, YouTube and don't forget his live comedy tour! 

MediaLads
#013: Gordon Ramsay Malewife

MediaLads

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 143:01


All Topics: Schlagenheim - Black Midi Brown Album - Primus All Tree - Hexvessel Yona of the Dawn The Sandman Constantine Halo Dragon Ball, the Tournament Saga

Double Deuce podcast
356: Dragons vs Tolkiens

Double Deuce podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 28:45


Nelson ate a 5th Avenue and we're ready to roll! The Notes: A Butterfinger conversation that's long overdue! Will has a bone to pick with Butterfinger! Nelson is a 5th Avenue Boy! The monoculture is dead! Will is an agent of chaos! Teddy Roosevelt, there's some pros and cons! Fantasy Nerd TV Corner! Teddy Roosevelt to fantasy nerd to Lion Jesus pipeline! Soup to nuts! Bob Davis appreciation minute! The dragons vs the Tolkiens! Matt Smith is playing Gordon Ramsey! Nelson's takes, bridled and unbridled! Nelson teaches Will about Mr. Yuck! Will stans a weak king! Nelson has fought a crabman! Will is never not hating elves! The failings of men! We're above board! Massholes this Saturday night at Maceli's, don't miss it! Contact Us! Follow Us! Love Us! Email: doubledeucepod@gmail.com Twitter & Instagram: @doubledeucepod Facebook: www.facebook.com/DoubleDeucePod/ Patreon: patreon.com/DoubleDeucePod Also, please subscribe/rate/review/share us! We're on Apple, Android, Libsyn, Stitcher, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Radio.com, RadioPublic, pretty much anywhere they got podcasts, you can find the Deuce! Podcast logo art by Jason Keezer! Find his art online at Keezograms! Intro & Outro featuring Rob Schulte! Check out his podcasts at Pink Jeans! Brought to you in part by sponsorship from Courtney Shipley, Official Superfans Stefan Rider & Molly Scanlon, and listeners like you! Join a tier on our Patreon! Advertise with us! Check out the Lawrence Times's 785 Collective at https://lawrencekstimes.com/785collective/ for a list of local LFK podcasts including this one! Come see Will and Nelson and multiple guests of the Deuce at the comedy Lawrence-themed trivia game where the audience is also a contestant, Massholes! Saturday, September 10th at 7:30pm at Maceli's! Featuring the election of the next comedy mayor! Will Nelson & Keezer maintain their stranglehold on local comedy politics, or will Lawrence embrace a new comedy leader?

HamRadioConcepts Podcast
Episode 44 - A Zoom Meeting Group Chat About Digital Modes On HF.

HamRadioConcepts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 69:42


I originally recorded this for a video to put on my YouTube channel but the video quality wasn't the best with the camera on my laptop and my motions as i talk, jumping around like Gordon Ramsay, I figured people would not watch it. But it may be suitable for a listen to and from work if you got nothing to listen to.

Let Me Hit You With This
Hitting Your Stride – LMHYWT_EP005

Let Me Hit You With This

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 32:34


Fifth episode for the Let Me Hit You With This Podcast - topics include: You can only say one thing for the rest of your life! One person in your corner, who is it? Super Bowl meal at Gordon Ramsay's - what's cooking? Twitter: https://twitter.com/lmhywt Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lmhywt.pod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lmhywt.pod TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lmhywt.pod

Dumb People with Terrible Ideas
US Senate Candidate Herschel Walker

Dumb People with Terrible Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 18:34


Herschel Walker running for the US Senate is like Gordon Ramsay running a boiled peanut stand- It's a step-DOWN not a step up! But one of history's greatest athletes- HERSCHEL WALKER!- has persisted in running for political office, bringing up all his closeted skeletons, a couple unknown offspring, and a partridge in a pear tree. What's next? Tom Brady on the Masked Singer? It's like watching Superman mud-wrestle a pig. He gets dirty and the pig *likes* it. Co-written by TeeJay Small. Teejay does comedy writing on https://fvrr.co/3sAI5o8 (Fiverr). Reach out to him on Fiverr https://fvrr.co/3sAI5o8 (here) or read his excellent writing at https://poundsignteejay.medium.com/ (Medium). Your Narrator does voiceover work on https://fvrr.co/3pxeSbM (Fiverr). If you need to purchase his deep and resonant voice for a boner pill commercial, just click https://fvrr.co/3pxeSbM (here).

HowLongToBeat Podcast
S2 E85 - Like Gordon Ramsay Making Pot Noodles

HowLongToBeat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 108:42


Last week the gang tackled vacation gaming and so it only seemed fitting to talk about the reverse this week: gaming while busy! Alex, Paula, and Ric once again discuss the games they've beaten and are playing, but no retirements this week. They round it all off with another round of How Long To Beat? The Game! HowLongToBeat forums - https://howlongtobeat.com/forum Discord – https://discord.gg/v5F26Dk Email - hltbpodcast@gmail.com Music – Ian Edward Graphic design – M4thew Chapters: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:01:10 - Beaten 01:00:26 - Playing 01:21:18 - Gaming on Busy Days 01:39:00 - HLTB The Game Games: Paula: Handshakes (Browser), Twelve Minutes [PC], Age of Empires IV [PC], Piofiore: Fated Memories [Switch], Pokemon Conquest [PC], Chicory: A Colorful Tale[PC], CollarxMalice[Vita], Ric: Smash TV (Arcade), After Burner Climax (Arcade), Fatal Judgement: Silent Scope 2 (Arcade), Myst (PC), Gunstar Super Heroes (GBA), Days Gone (PS4), Remnant: From the Ashes (PC), Live A Live (Switch), Where Shadows Slumber (Android), Serial Cleaner (Switch) Alex: Resident Evil 4 VR [Oculus], Piczle Lines DX [Switch], Sorcery Part 1&2 [PC], Immortality [PC], Ace Attorney Investigations 2: Prosecutor's Path [NDS], Live A Live [Switch], Dorfromantik [PC], Cyberpunk 2077 [Xbox]

You Won't Believe What I Ate Last Night
Flash The Pan: Smuggled McMuffins, chocolate shortage, and weird new flavors

You Won't Believe What I Ate Last Night

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 42:49


(S7 E17) Kate and Rick have lots of breaking news in this episode of Flash in the Pan. From a Halloween candy shortage by one of your favorite vendors, to Top Chef, to food smuggling, the hottest and craziest food news items are coming your way. What does Hulu's new show The Bear have to do with food? Exactly how close will famed English chef Gordon Ramsey and Rick get in the coming months? They also tackle the latest Tik Tok food sensation and why you may want to buy olive oil sooner rather than later! In the What I Ate section, a tasty quinoa bake and a cauli-cheese - that's right, a cauli-cheese and you'll have to tune in to find out what that is.  . . . . . You Won't Believe What I Ate Last Night is the ongoing conversation by Kate DeVore and Rick Fiori about their endeavor to be and stay healthy in a really tasty world with kindness and compassion towards themselves and others. Perfect if you are interested in: food, eating, diet, weight loss, weight management, health, fitness, compassion, kindness, meditation, mindfulness, humor, comedy, friendship, weight gain, foodie, podcasts, healthy eating.

Watch This
Jensen Ackles investigates Reba McEntire in Big Sky, Selena Gomez teams up with Gordon Ramsay

Watch This

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 12:08


Mia and Shawna get closer to their hip-hop dreams in the season finale of Rap Sh!t, Selena Gomez welcomes a culinary icon on her cooking show, and we finally unlock the mysteries in Peacock's The Resort. Plus, trivia and entertainment headlines — including the new trailer for Big Sky season 3 featuring Jensen Ackles as sexy Sheriff Beau Arlen, and Sigourney Weaver teasing her "goofy" new character in Avatar: The Way of Water. More at ew.com, ew.com/wtw, and @EW. Host/Producer: Gerrad Hall (@gerradhall); Producer: Ashley Boucher (@ashleybreports); Editor: Lauren Klein (@ltklein); Writer: Calie Schepp; Executive Producer: Chanelle Johnson (@chanelleberlin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Blood Origins
Episode 263 - Roundup 69 || I Archery hunting lethality, Peach Street blues, mountain lions in Texas, Gordon Ramsay and more!

Blood Origins

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 65:42


The boys are joined by Bill Vanderhayden, best described by Robbie as ‘a scientist who is just enamored by the idea of lethality of broadheads'. Bill is the owner and lead engineer for Iron Will Outfitters, a premium broadhead maker. The boys talk about Cody's abysmal archery hunting percentages, we get an update from James in Ohio about all the things he accomplished since having to pay attention at work without the roundup two weeks ago, a long overdue Peach Street Distilleries check-in, Mountain lions in Texas, Gordon Ramsay's lamb controversy, and more! Gordon Ramsay Sparks Outrage After Selecting Lamb To Slaughter In New Video: https://www.unilad.com/celebrity/gordon-ramsay-slammed-selecting-lamb-to-kill-20220729?source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR1rkUZGVY8Rh457ACdHEwkZqP-tPqbv34z4IyKudl6161a2DPYaCHSb8HA  Vail housing project blocked in 6 to 1 vote: https://www.gohunt.com/content/news/vail-housing-project-blocked-in-6-to-1-vote  Nonresident tag allocation up for debate in Wyoming: https://www.gohunt.com/content/news/nonresident-tag-allocation-up-for-debate-in-wyoming  See more from Blood Origins: https://bit.ly/BloodOrigins_Subscribe Music: Migration by Ian Post (Winter Solstice), licensed through artlist.io Podcast is brought to you by: Bushnell: https://www.bushnell.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Lawrence Ross Show
Elementary School Cooking

The Lawrence Ross Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 1:56


What if Gordon Ramsay went after elementary school lunch rooms? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lawrence-ross9/message

The Lawrence Ross Show
TLRS 08-26-22 - National Dog Day

The Lawrence Ross Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 119:08


Episode 559 Birthday shout outs. Stewie starts making fun of the host's music choices right out of the gate, plays a record Brian scratched up. Sports - Jim Rome gets ridiculous e-mails per usual. Personal care in space. New bit about Gordon Ramsay on elementary school cooking. A few stories about Silvester Stalone leads to a clip of his mom on The Howard Stern Show from 1992. Uvalde fires police officer. Arkansas cops. Abusive daycare worker in Florida. Politicians against the woke generation, "Down With The Snowflakes" song. Kid wants to be an umpire. The host briefly talks about playing little league. Coach saves kid's life. National dog day, the host talks about the dogs he's had growing up. The show closes with "How's Your Dog?" from George Carlin. Break music - "Jamaica Say You Will" by Jackson Browne Rejoiner music - "Patients" by Guns N' Roses --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lawrence-ross9/message

The Peel
Ep 9 - Learning to Love in VR

The Peel

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 62:39


The Peel is a podcast hosted by Dathan, Dyson, Miguel, and Brendan. In this episode, Brendan and Dathan begin their quest to trek the one hundred peaks of San Diego, Dyson discovers an AI rapper might be racist, and Miguel expresses his distaste for Gordon Ramsey. follow the boys Our Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/citrusmix Citrus Mix: https://twitter.com/citrusmixtweets Dathan: https://twitter.com/DathanGvoyles Dyson: https://twitter.com/Dyson_F_769 Miguel: https://twitter.com/miguelpolanco32 Brendan: https://twitter.com/pixelmstr59 Music from Ben Sounds --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citrus-mix/support

Sal and Chris Present: Hey Babe!
Spies Are Among US! with Ian Fidance | Sal Vulcano & Chris Distefano: Hey Babe! | EP 91

Sal and Chris Present: Hey Babe!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 62:29 Very Popular


Hey Babe! is a podcast where comedians Chris Distefano and Sal Vulcano share stories and have fun. Let your hair down & come hang out with the BABES! THE BABES ARE BACK!!!! THE BABES ARE BACK and joined by comedian Ian Fidance once again!!!! Ian talks about his INSANE interview with Lenny Dykstra. Lenny Dykstra is a famous baseball player who has LOST HIS MIND. The babes are surprised with some treats. Sal had dinner with Paul Rudd. Ian drunk texts his cousin and things get weird as f. What is a 2nd and 3rd cousin? The babes get to the bottom of cousinhood. Gordon Ramsey is getting called out for a Tik Tok. Beyonce is hot water for using the word spazz.....Russian spies were caught in Hawaii. Ian talks about his days working on a Russian troll farm. How many spies are among us? 1 in every 5000 people are a spy! Shout out rap music and China! Why do haters hate?!?! A runner's penis falls out during a race. Baby goes viral for drinking vodka. Young boy goes viral for chain smoking. HEY BABE! Support the sponsors to support the show shopify.com/heybabe download the DoorDash App code heybabe Follow The Show! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/heybabepod/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/heybabepod Chris Distefano Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/chrisdcomedy/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/chrisdcomedy Website - https://www.chrisdcomedy.com/ Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/user/chrisdcomedy/videos Sal Vulcano Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/salvulcano/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/SalVulcano Website - https://salvulcanocomedy.com/ Our Producer @TheHomelessPimp https://www.instagram.com/thehomelesspimp/ https://twitter.com/homelesspimp?lang=en #Comedy #ChrisDistefano #SalVulcano #HeyBabe #Podcast     Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RedHanded
260: Episode 260 - Hotel K & The Bali 9

RedHanded

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 71:56 Very Popular


What do Gordon Ramsey's brother, drug traffickers, rapists, gangsters, terrorists, thieves, and some of the unluckiest tourists in the world have in common? They've all spent time in Bali's infamous Kerobokan prison, otherwise known as Hotel K.  Built around 40 years ago to house 300 inmates, Hotel K is now home to over 1400, over three-quarters of whom are in for drug charges, in a country with some of the most draconian drug laws on the planet. Welcome to Indonesia, where being caught with narcotics could end with you with your back against a wall, staring down the barrels of a firing squad. UK + EUROPEAN TOUR TICKETS : DUBLIN: https://www.ticketmaster.ie/redhanded-tickets/artist/5308796 HELSINKI: https://www.lippu.fi/eventseries/3211590 [eur03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com] STOCKHOLM:  https://secure.tickster.com/wnyypmjvp532hmf [secure.tickster.com] MANCHESTER:  https://gigst.rs/redhanded [gigst.rs] OSLO: https://www.ticketmaster.no/event/698823?CL_ORIGIN=ORIGIN2 [ticketmaster.no] LONDON: https://gigst.rs/redhanded [gigst.rs] EDINBURGH:  https://gigst.rs/redhanded [gigst.rs] BERLIN: LINK TO COME!!!

River Church Charlotte Podcast
Derek Turner - When You Pray

River Church Charlotte Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 31:31


In fact, Jesus himself declared “when” not “if” you pray. So the assumption that prayer is important is a pretty safe one. But many of us struggle with prayer. Google “prayer” and the internet will return more links to prayer formulas, patterns, and advice than you could read in a lifetime. While much of this information is good, what if we're missing the bigger point? The moment we make prayer a formula we turn a relationship into a recipe. We move from a dependent child to a demanding chef. From Grace reliant to Gordon Ramsay. What if prayer is our connection? Our lifeline to Love?

The Living Artist
Interview with Nancy Hadley

The Living Artist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 86:00


In this episode of The Living Artist, Preston has a conversation with Orange County based artist and designer Nancy Hadley. Nancy has had quite the career working as both a fine artist and premier designer for residential and commercial spaces through her company Nancy Hadley's FAC, and on numerous hit television shows such as Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, Trading Spaces, Spike-TV's Bar Rescue, and many more. Nancy sits down with Preston to talk about her countless exciting stories working on television and traveling across the country, lessons from Gordon Ramsay, creating and managing her own business, her wonderful working space at Studio Q27, fearlessness with reaching out to and starting projects, creating community and family, work/life balance, performing like a "muppet", her new work goals, and much more. Enjoy this delightful conversation with Nancy Hadley! If you would like to see more of Nancy's original artwork and projects, or commission her, you can visit here: https://nancyhadley.com You can also follow her on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/nancyhadleysfac For more information on Preston M. Smith and his artwork, visit https://www.pmsartwork.com, or follow him on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/pmsartwork (social media everywhere @pmsartwork). You can also now subscribe to his YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/pmsartwork. Thrilled to announce that Artwork Archive just included The Living Artist on their list of the The Best Art Podcasts of 2021! Check it out. Check out The Living Artist in the Spotlight section of Discover Pods (https://discoverpods.com/podcast-spotlight-living-artist/). Great interview with links to all sorts of places! Thank you to Discover Pods. You can now support the Podcast with a donation. Go to https://www.pmsartwork.com/podcast to check it out and donate. Huge thank you to Feedspot for choosing The Living Artist for their list of the Top 60 Art Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021. It is a huge honor to have made this amazing list (coming in at #11) with so many other wonderful podcasts. Big thank you to Feedspot! You can check out this list and more of Feedspot at https://blog.feedspot.com/art_podcasts. Podcast theme music: "Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com"

The DTALKS Podcast - Detoxing from Life
Episode 218 - Peeled (ft. Chef Josie Clemens)

The DTALKS Podcast - Detoxing from Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 32:57


ORDER UP!!! In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes famed Vegan Chef Josie Clemens to the podcast! Joe & Josie discuss her time on Hell's Kitchen, her latest show Peeled (the only 100% Vegan Cooking Competition show!) and discuss how we can all take steps to reduce our environmental impact.  Chef Josie was an utter delight to have on the podcast and I cannot wait to have her back on (and I cannot wait to try some of her food!) Enjoy! About Chef Josie Clemens Josie Clemens was one of the 18 contestants competing on Hell's Kitchen: Young Guns, and she stands out for being a vegan chef. Josie is 24 years old from Macomb, Michigan.he is one of the youngest contestants and was a private chef before joining Hell's Kitchen. Josie advocates for vegan cuisine and has a strong stance against using any animal products while cooking. She recently was featured in the UK version of Vegan Life and VegOut magazines. During the season premiere of Hell's Kitchen, the LA-based private chef also revealed she had an everlasting crush on Gordon Ramsey since she was 10 years old. According to her Instagram, it was one of her life goals to have him roast her. It turns out, dreams really do come true. About Peeled Created by long-time vegan advocate and Vkind Founder Star Simmons, PEELED was conceived to satiate demand for cooking shows that feature the innovative plant-based alternatives that have transformed culinary arts in recent years.  Simmons' vision for the show sparked the interest of Chef Josie Clemens, whose experience being the first vegan chef to compete in the hit series “Hell's Kitchen” influenced her decision to join forces with Simmons as co-creator of PEELED. Thanks to Empire Toys for this episode of the podcast! Nostalgia is something everyone loves and Empire Toys in Keller Texas is on nostalgia overload.   With toys and action figures from the 70's, 80's, 90's, and today, Empire Toys is a one-stop-shop for a trip down memory lane and a chance to reclaim what was once yours (but likely sold at a garage sale)   Check out Empire Toys on Facebook, Instagram, or at TheEmpireToys.com The DTALKS Podcast has also been ranked #9 in the "Top 40 Detox Podcast You Must Follow in 2020" according to Feedspot.com for our work in the Cultural Detox space. Thank you so much to the Feedspot team!  https://blog.feedspot.com/detox_podcasts/

Fire Code Tech
59: Automation, Revit, and Dynamo with Sean Fruin

Fire Code Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 53:36


Sean Fuin is a formally trained mechanical engineer who specializes in automation with python and dynamo. On episode 59 of Fire Code Tech we discuss Sean's career and roles in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry. Sean gives great tips and resources for professionals interested in getting into coding and automation.    Sean's Consultancy:  https://www.sigma-aec.com/   Testfit:  https://testfit.io/   Hypar:  https://hypar.io/   Expert Systems: Principles and Programming: https://www.amazon.com/Expert-Systems-Principles-Programming-Fourth/dp/0534384471     [00:00:00] Hello, all welcome to the show. I'm Gus Gagliardi, and this is fire code tech on fire code tech. We interview fire protection professionals from all different careers and backgrounds in order to provide insight and a resource for those in the field. My goal is to help you become a more informed fire protection. Professional fire code tech has interviews with engineers and researchers, fire marshals, and insurance professionals, and highlights topics like codes and standards, engineering systems, professional development, and trending topics in the industry. So if you're someone who wants to know more about fire protection or the fascinating stories of those who are in the field, you're in the right place. Construction industry. In this episode, we're talking again about automation. This episode specifically talks about automation that can benefit engineers, contractors, but the topic of automation and how machine learning AI and other big technology concepts can apply to professional life in general is really ubiquitous in the discussion of how to become more efficient as a professional. Sean is a trained mechanical engineer and he gives great tips for people who are interested in the cutting edge of technology. And if you have a proclivity for coding automation, BIM Revit, or any of the above, you're gonna really enjoy this episode. don't forget to subscribe and follow us on social media. Also, if you could do us a huge favor, give us a five star review on apple podcasts. Let's get into the show. Really enjoy this episode. Don't forget to subscribe and follow us on social media. Also, if you could do us a huge favor, give us a five star review on apple podcasts. Let's get into the. Well, Sean, welcome to fire code tech. Thanks for speaking with me. Hey, thanks for me. It was good to talk about automation. yeah. Automation. I'm gonna talk about automation. Who's not talking about automation. I don't know. It seems like AI. And I keep thinking about AI and machine learning and automation and how that's going to apply to our industry. But. Yeah, I don't know. We could just get right into it. If you have thoughts on that. I like have been trying to pick up a little bit of Python in my spare time and thinking about machine learning and it's not so like clear to me, you know, automation part's clear to me how that would apply to our industry. But do you have any thoughts on like AI and machine learning? What we'll see in the future for those kind of buzzwords for what you and I do on a daily basis. Yeah. I don't know. I've never, I haven't jumped on the machine learning bandwagon. I think it's more of a buzzword. No one really understands the amount of data that you need to make it work. So we have to get a lot better at other things before we can start machine learning our way to success. We have to right. Yeah. I was thinking like, if you had thousands of projects and thousands of device layouts, you know, like really you need like, you know, like 10,000 plus would even, I bet would be a small data set for some of these machine learning projects. Right. So you would need so many projects in order for it to be meaningful. So yeah, it seems like just the baseline automation stuff. Yeah. Makes a lot more sense. I got in debate with a friend of mine, who's working at a firm that's really aggressive, progressive, and they are working on starting to implement some machine learning stuff. And they're just like trying to identify like plumbing fixtures. So we have a fun conversation about that, but I'm like, it's only giving you like this five more percent. And like, so all this work has to go in just to get that extra, like 5% success, but it's like, wouldn't it just be easier if the architect called to sync a. Standardized way. I think that's the approach that we should take. Yeah, but obviously that's had struggles too, so yeah. That's yeah, to my point, I don't think we can get to machine learning if we can't even call a sync, a sync in a consistent manner. That's true. Yeah. I think that it, as with most things in automation, the true value of it is to be found in like the. Repetitive tasks that you do every day. And then eventually you can get to these kind of like highminded ideas about really complicated stuff. But I will say, I think there is a lot of potential there. So should maybe like auto routing and stuff like that. Right. You can almost turn that into a simpler, like 2d problem. [00:05:00] So yeah, there's so many algorithms out there. Like maybe that I just heard something about. They're trying to map the what is it called? The galaxy like web and they're using some type of algorithm that's based off of some type of mold, I think. Huh. And so I saw that like YouTube video on that and I was like, oh, maybe that could work for like auto routing. Do you know? Yeah. That makes sense. I mean, so yeah, that like that auto routing is a really interesting topic. Yeah. It's a really hard one, especially fire protection, right? Oh yeah. Fire protection and fire sprinkler. You guys usually like the last ones to go. Yeah. It's, it's a dynamic. We talk about a lot in inside the firm that I work for is. Fire protection is such a, an odd burden in the sense that, you know, there's so much delegated design that's baseline in our industry. So the engineers by and large will just like shove off the task of actually routing to the contractor so frequently. So it just causes more consternation in the field and between disciplines and H V a C guys mad. Sprinkler guy got in first and routed wherever he wanted it to. And then just said tough. You know, even though we do our best to try to make sure that people coordinate contractors coordinate and we require coordination drawings and our specs, but it's always a pain. Yeah. I personally think we kind of design buildings completely wrong. Right. Like we try to lay out. the architecture first, which of course there needs to be like a form, but we sh like we, you know, as mechanical engineer, I'm used to getting a detailed architecture model before I even start running duct work with ceiling Heights already in the model. And then right. It's always the battle of, I need more room for my ceiling and then not when I do it where right. If you. Kind of have the form of the building, obviously kind of, you know, generically what spaces are, but then you could start to route maybe like the mains, at least using algorithm and even doing plumbing, fire protection, all that together, and then build the architecture's job should be around billion around the infrastructure. Right? Yeah. And making it look. you know, have them, alternatively, how do we hide this infrastructure? You know what I'm saying? Yeah. It seems like a chicken or the egg problem. Exactly what needs to come, what needs to come first and speaking with the biology, you know, metaphor. I mean, again, I don't think if you watch a baby grow, right. It starts with like the spinal cord, like the brain, the spinal cord, and like the limbs and everything grow out from there. You know, so you almost have to like, think of the building as having like the spinal cord for the infrastructure and then build around that. That's an interesting thought. I've never, I mean, that makes sense from a that I, I would think that an engineer would think that though. Yeah, it did the battle between the architects and engineers over, you know, it, I worked at a startup called I. and it was kind of a disaster and this was one of the reasons why. And so I came in late in the game, but also I was in charge of like all the mechanical stuff and they had me design the mechanical stuff around their structural stuff and around just, it was a modular. So just around all these co. I was assigned to figure out the mechanical and I kept on saying, right, like, no, the mechanical is you should be designing structural architecture around the mechanical, not the opposite way around. And yeah, the owner of the company never really got that. I could see that I've never been able to. I mean, at least you could have that conversation. I feel like fire protect. Unless it's just like some really specific instance, you know, like with storage sprinklers, sometimes we get into situations where we're pushing around the structural engineers columns and, and Joyce layout. Because if you can't fit these storage sprinklers into this space, you can't build the space. Like you can't sprinkler it. You can't get a code compliant, build it layout, but arm that. One of the things that modular was like, alright, how are we gonna bring fresh air in? Like, [00:10:00] that was the number one question, at least in my mind was like, how are we gonna bring fresh air into this space? And so my idea was to go to the outside wall and now we, again, we're trying to modular and keep it all tight. So then it was like, okay, we, so we're like, we're trying to design these things, the modules, right. So like how can we have repeatable pieces that come together? Right. So like a kitchen module might. A closet in it. And my idea was to put, like, try to get really small HVC equipment, but to maybe go in that closet, that would act as like the also act as the washer and dryer closet. And then we'd have to go out in the wall. Well, my idea was like first put ideally where the H HP equipment should be and then build all the structure around. They were doing the opposite where here's the structure. Tell me where I need to put the H V C. So yeah, those working with those seems like there's always constraints, but the more heavy the building in, or site constraints, just the more difficult the entire process is. So I think modular is like the extreme of. Constraint. I mean, you're like the whole idea is to get it as confined as possible or, you know, just kind of these succinct little pieces. So that's, it's interesting. It's almost like putting right. If you always have the analogy of like, if you put, if you're trying to like pull of Legos back in a box in ways, if you put all the small Legos first, then the big Legos aren't gonna fit. Yeah. Okay. So it's almost like that with the structural, the architecture first before the H V C. Hmm. Yeah, I think that's a interesting way to think about it. I guess we'll just have to get faster in the automation and the prototyping to where that is. Like we can have a conceptually generated layout that's quick so that we can raise that red flag fast, but there's so many options for. Mechanical engineers. I mean like fire protection sprinklers are straightforward. Like you got like what maybe, maybe two most common system types, you know, wet are dry sprinkler systems. There's no like manufacturers really that are driving these big configuration changes. But how much variation do you guys get with building. I mean a lot, a lot of barriers. That's another huge right thing to tackle. Yeah, for sure. The, the jurisdictional stuff is the biggest variability. Just as far as like military versus commercial versus, you know, you could work for department of defense or you. VA or what, you know, all these different government, high rise Highrise, you know, so all that like has a big impact. Yeah. Not auditoriums and stuff, but, but yeah. So I know that we we've had for the listeners just tuning in we've, you know, we had some technical difficulties on the, on the first go around. My, my recording program just was given us fits, but I wanted to. Yeah. That's classic problem for technology. I can't open up laptop walls today with rabbit, so oh yeah. Clap. Wait, what is it? What kind of walls with rabbit? I'm having trouble opening up Autodesk docs models right now. Oh man. Yeah. It's like that one day when everything Autodesk's cloud client went down, it's like, I was like, well, Autodesk never goes down. Surely it's not that. And then you get the email and it. There whole cloud servers down for a day or whatever. I forget when that was, but seems like there's always something it's harder. It makes things harder. Yeah. But I wanted to let people know a little bit about your background and you could keep it abridged, but, you know, tell, tell the listeners about kind of your working history and kinda how you found your role map. So I am a mechanical engineer degree. Got my EIT T still wanna get my PE so work on that. Just one more test to take. Yeah. So going through school, I had my first internship at a H V C firm in St. Louis. And I hated it. They were still, they were just starting to play around with Revit. I actually remember, I somehow I got access to Revit and to get the internship, I like pretty much printed out a model of somebody else's work and threw some ducks in there and was like, look, I know Revit guys. But yeah, I was left doing a whole bunch of CAD stuff there and like, dude, they had me getting photocopy [00:15:00] stuff. So I saw a lot of manual. You know, I was the lowest man on the ton pole. So was a lot of manual tedious stuff and I hated it. Then I got like a year and a half long co-op at a place called tech manufacturing, which they like are a C C shop for aerospace parts. And so that was really, really cool. So at tuck manufacturing I guess I should back up the. In college. I started learning Excel. That's I think where the story should begin. So in college I started learning Excel and we got really good at it. Me and my buddies that we had to do labs with. So we had labs. You have to make these Excel spreadsheets and, you know, before, even the lab, we were doing it. So I was starting to get good at Excel. The firm that I had, my internship was used in a lot of Excel and there's this old, old timer. Awesome. Dude taught me even more. He was always showing me little tricks in the. Excel. So that's been really good, which led me to, I think, in the co-op job, cuz they had an Excel spreadsheet. That was just the most insane thing I've ever seen. So they would bring in so like Boeing or Lockheed would like give these packets of all these parts. And my job was to like find the boing box of the part, right. For the raw things, get out what material it is. So it might be aluminum might be titanium. The grain, which way the grain runs. You just had to like pull all this information out and then put it into this Excel document. And then at that point it would just kind of do its thing. And you did some other stuff to try to get an estimate on the CNC time, but like do this thing and sew many formulas and so many sheets at the end of it. It even calculated like shipping cost and all this. And it made what was called, like the red sheet, I think, is what they called it. And it would be like this big review of all the parts and they'd say, yay or nay. So all the higher ups would come in and we'd review all the parts. After all this information's populated in Excel. And like I said, it's given you cost. It's like it's gave you everything you need to know to say the part is if they're gonna bid on the part, what they're gonna bid and if they'll move forward or not. So I was just like, this is really. So I learned even more Excel there that internship or co-op was up and I needed a job and guess where I landed H VC designer, the thing that I thought I would hate. So yeah, luckily the time dynamo was starting to become a thing and began my Excel. I was like, oh, DMO can get stuff from Excel into Revit. So that started. And then I realized you could do stuff with geometry and then snowballed from there. Now I've been consulting for three years, four years building custom workflows for clients. That's very cool. That's neat that you had that saw the power of this kind of streamlining of, of very difficult and unique process. And so you kind of had that seed planted early in your career for the, the possibilities. Yeah, for sure. Before all that, by the way I worked at restaurants for like my early twenties and I worked under this guy, Vita Elli, who's now the executive chef's chef for Anheuser Bush, but he's like a Gordon Ramsey type. And he, he was all about, I started with him when I was 16. And so he is all about efficiency. So I. I think that's maybe when it was really embedded in my mind, but then just got reinforced in all these, you know, other little adventures I had. Huh. Interesting. When you're talking about, you know, you make custom kind of like dynamo and Python, like solutions, is there anything like you don't have to get specific? Specific projects or tools, but like, can you give examples or maybe talk a little bit about your project work and give the people listening some ideas of these applications? Yeah, I mean, I guess there's anytime the big, the first big success I had with dynamo, I think was studying up projects. So I missed a softball game one night and I was really disappointed, but the night was literally spent we behind it was a huge hospital. I forgot the sheet count, but my, I, I had to work overtime, literally dragging sheets and legends on art dragging views in legends on the sheets. Like it was so silly. So yeah, dynamo again was starting to mature. Yeah, just automating that whole process down to a couple clicks was like, whoa, this is crazy. So that's first. So any like little [00:20:00] things like that, especially in things that have like a very defined recipe is good for that. So now I've done that with like setting up electrical panel schedules, sheets, and doing a whole bunch of stuff. Like the annotations, like there's like this annotation. I guess another advanced thing that I did was that was really cool, was working for electrical contractor. So we made a thing called room in a tote. So it'd go into the Revit model and you'd pretty much section the building off by essentially rooms. And the whole idea was we'd get those elements. We'd make cut sheets for all those elements, fill the materials for all those elements. And then in the warehouse. All the elements, the instructions and the tools, like all the materials, I should say, not elements. So actually the materials, the instructions, how to install the materials, the tools need to install those materials would all go in a tote and be shipped to the construction site. And that tote would make its way into the room. And then the room would, the tote would open up and the electrical guys would do their installations. Wow. So you were doing like material. Material stock listing basically from yeah. Revit model. Right. So right from directly from the rev model and these guys the company hired a lot of people from the field to do the detailing work inside Revit. So like they were doing detail work downs, like the bolt. Wow. Which we were pushing our computers so hard to do this. Yeah, it's really cool. That was very advanced. So, yeah, so we'd go through and like make cut sheets, essentially, like get the front view, the side view, the 3d view, the back view, you know, of every electrical panel and then boom, bill of materials. And then, yeah, there's multiple layers of it. So stuff would build up from like, you know, bolt level to component level. And I forgot that little details of how we did it, but yeah. In other words, you went from Revit model to. All the parts that you needed in a tote that got shipped to the construction site. That's really cool. That's for people who maybe aren't as aware of like Revit and the common detail level, I mean, like that's like detail level 500 for, I mean, there's kind of like different gradients of how much detail is you can go from like a 2d annotation with no. Information tied to it all the way down to where Shawn is saying where the bolts and the RTS on a piece of equipment are detailed. And so there's kind of a sliding spectrum and, and that is on the extreme end of like, I'd say most commonly in the architecture, engineering and construction industry. You're at like the middle of that spectrum, probably like 200 or 300. Level of design, you know, you have either 3d models with a limited amount of information or 2d models or at least that's in my experience, what I've seen in the industry. Well, I like they do have analytical models, right? So I've seen more of that happening where I haven't physically modeling stuff, but you're starting to use Revit more as a design tool rather than a documentation tool. Interesting. Yeah. That's if I add on another thing I've done. So my favorite script I've ever wrote in for mechanical engineering is like zoning a building, and it's just speaking of machine learning so that like uses some clustering algorithms, like canines clustering, and it was a silly problem to solve of just how do you like group these things? And that was the solution was clustering. Interesting. Yeah. I think that can snowball. To whole bunch of other stuff, but also just allows you to start doing, using Revit as a design tool. Huh? That's really interesting. So you would establish H V a C zones based on your automation. Yeah. So it's all about data, right? So you have a whole bunch of spaces in a building to zone a building like common spaces usually get grouped together. So spaces like the same thermostat set points, right. Could be grouped together. Exhaust might be grouped together, excuse me. On exhaust fan exterior spaces, right? So north exteriors would be grouped together. South exteriors could be grouped together. Different windows sizes. Right? If you have a, you know, two rooms next to each other one has a lot more windows, then they wouldn't be grouped together, but right. So you can use all this data to kind of start grouping these things together. And then you're left with like these clusters of spaces that now you have to divide evenly. And so you can't just like draw a line in the middle. You have to like try to find the right [00:25:00] clusters of spaces. So that's where the clustering comes. And then yeah. So then you can actually do like a decent zoning and yeah, it got to a point where we took this to production and we actually put like sliders on stuff. So you could limit how much area is on one zone, you know, set a max into that. You could set a maximum to like. The load difference into the spaces you're comparing. There's a whole bunch of sliders on it, so you can start to generate different zone layouts with the same script. Yeah. What I'm trying to get to, what I think is really cool and kind of my north star right now is then taking those zones and going to energy modeling. So now you could run in theory, right? A whole bunch of different. Run energy models on whole bunch of different systems and, you know, even get you know, upfront cost and life cycle cost and all that sounds really familiar to what I was doing at the manufacturing plant. So, Hmm. That's awesome. It that's such a time consuming process. I'm sure. Oh, crazy. All those. When I was a designer again, when I was low on the totem pole, just watching all this stuff, I'm like this, cuz they're doing all the calculations to like, you know, decide which system to pick. And then you have to like write, you know, we, we went through system a, B and C and we're picking system a because of X, Y. and yeah, it was really time consuming. Yeah. So Revit has access now to energy plus, which, which is what I've been working a lot on. That's awesome. Yeah. That's and I can't see, you know, application to this for really so many engineering systems, like, I mean easily for electrical, definitely for fire protection and you know, other disciplines where, you know, Zoning equipment zoning based on whatever parameters you wanna build in, you know, whether it's a voltage drop or, you know, friction loss you know, all that I could see just so much potential for that. Right. It's kind of cool is too. Yeah. I've thought about it with electrical a lot and I haven't done it yet, but like, you know, taking receptacles and grouping those for panels, right. So, yeah, that's why I seen doing the stuff that I was doing with the electrical contractor. Like when I was doing that, I was really interested in like automating the process before the processes that we were automating there. Cause we were just automating the documentation and already I was looking at like, how do you guys know what? Like, cause they were having to put in a lot of information, right. To make room in a tote work. So it's like you just keep on knocking. Let's keep on knocking chunks out of the thing. And that's why the zoning algorithm was so exciting to me, cuz it, it was a huge whole bunch of people told me it couldn't be done. I was like, and I didn't believe that. So, you know, it was just like, it was this huge gap in the workflow and to solve that gap was just really. Isn't that the start of any good story that they told you that it couldn't be done. I 'em there yet. I haven't won the, the automation princess yet, but oh, does that, did they have awards? Is that a thing? I'm just saying the, you know, you're always, oh yeah. A struggle. Virtual, the virtual automation princess. You haven't gathered her out of the castle. Hopeful it'll happen in my career. Right. I mean, you're off to a good start. That's fun. I like thinking about these big ideas and yeah. Holistically looking at how can you take the whole process and kind of make it into discreet chunks for everything to run smoothly is a really fun idea. Yeah. I think that's what I'm really good at. I'm made a dyslexic. And so if you read stuff about like dyslexic and what they're good at. Exactly. What we just said is exactly what like typically dyslexics are good at. And so, yeah, that's kinda like my superpower now is being able to zoom in and out of like these big problems and just make the connections. Yeah, it's fun. I love it. It's solving, it's solving puzzles and problems. All the. Yeah. So I'd like to, you know, hearing your big thoughts on like the future and what you'd like to, to do with your consultancy, but yeah, like what what, what else is getting you excited? And do you want to do with, with automation or like what kind of gets you charged up on a like a project level or just like an, an automation conceptually I'd like to keep chasing that thread. Yeah, I think I, I mean the whole reason I started the consultancy was not to get rich or anything. The whole reason was I wanted to do what I wanted to do and [00:30:00] work on the stuff that I wanted to work on and I couldn't find that avenue. So yeah, I, cause I didn't mention this earlier, but yeah, I quit my job as a mechanical designer cause I knew I wanted to like pursue automation and I, I tried to find a job around Dallas. to do that. And I couldn't find one. So that's when I started the consultancy. As far as motivation, I think my Northern light has always been this vision. I've kind of already described of getting an architect model and then being able to quickly generate a whole bunch of different options for the H VC. I guess branching that off into plumbing and electrical would be awesome. And then I guess the biggest, the like end game would be, if you could do that and start to optimize with all the systems and architecture and structure all in one algorithm. Which man there's a right. I'll know we get there, I think in theory, but of course it's just like, like computational time is a struggle. Maybe with quantum computing, right? Throw another buzz. There's computers are getting bigger and bigger and faster and faster, so right. That is how we're doing buildings. The super computers and just algorithm. Yeah, I guess it gets into like kind your thing of like where the industry's going. And I don't know. That's where I'm, that's where I see it going. That's my Northern light. It's also kind of scary. Right. Once if someone beats me to writing that algorithm, am I a job? But so far it's been kinda proven not to be the case. Right? So. Automation's gonna take her job south park in reference there . Right, but it hasn't, and we are still talking about, you know, we started off talking about the struggles of data and data entry. And so there's like these two forces, there's these entrepreneurial spirits that are pushing really hard for automat. But then there's just like this force holding it back due to like, I almost wanna say like people problem with just understanding, right. Just understanding, you know, how databases work, understanding computer science. Building code, I think is holding us back. Right. I think we need to digitize building code if we're ever gonna. Right. An algorithm like that. Cause right. If you, like, we were talking earlier, if you change one thing that changes the other. Yeah. That's an interesting thought. You know, in something that I've thought about a decent amount, because you know, like if you take a look at this company up codes who is a definitely super somebody. Yeah. So they want to like make the, kind of take a tech angle on the building code. And there's been a lot of litigation over that. Yeah. That is about saying that was huge. The fact that they won, that was huge. Yeah, definitely. So, and I was watching that closely because that kind of, you know, if you don't have free license to work with that data set, then like, what are you gonna do? How can you, how can you innovate on top of that? It's like even upgrades though. Isn't really there to what we need. Like I played around with up codes a lot. And it's great. Yeah. I know they're doing, trying to do some compliancy checks, audience, compliancy checks, but not the, so I've been thinking a lot about, and I was, I went to bill recently and I was asking everybody it's, it's hard to even formulate the question, but like, You start having all these databases connecting, and we all know the pictures that you see, but it's like, how do these things really connect? And then it's like, how do you take that stuff to scale? And so the example is, let's say I have an algorithm that is diffuser is already, I'm gonna make it real simple. That's not how it's written, but like diffusers are placed 10 feet apart, right? That's algorithm supply diffusers based tend to feet apart code. So then you're reading you go, now you're doing a project somewhere else. And this one says a supply diffuser will be placed in the center of the room and the exhaust diffuser will be placed by the door. Right. Human language. How can you build a system at scale where you can just keep on adding those rules in?[00:35:00]  Right. So next, you know what I'm saying? Yeah. Next rule is. Code or whatever, for whatever reason, rule number three is slot diffuser goes on window. You know what I mean? Yeah. The flow control for the such a big process is really difficult. Snowballs on you so quick. And I ran up diffusers cause I was thinking of'em a lot about this with just diffusers recently and yeah, so I've so yeah, bringing back to bill, I asked a whole bunch of people, this question of like, how can we start to do this stuff at scale? And. Make a system that you can just add more layers on top of really simple, right? The only person to give me an answer or a path to even start to go down was Ian from high park. Who's actually the creator of dynamo. I forgot his last name. Sorry, Ian. . Yeah. And so they're working on this thing called Hy par, which is really cool, but they essentially build things that are functions and the functions wrapped inside the functions is kind of like that design logic is the elements that, you know, use that design logic that get placed. And so then their kind of workflows to layer function on top of function, which again is kind of getting back to the idea of. Function a will make floors function. B will divide the floors into offices and corridors and whatever right function maybe Q would be right now put in diffusers function. Z might be right now, route ducks. Yeah, so they have a point and his thing was talking about is he recommended that I look at at the book, I forgot what it's called expert systems. So I've done a little bit look at expert systems. I think that's kind of a route and that's a lot older, the machine learning by the way, expert systems, the book. Yes. There's a cool book. You wanna know the principles of programming principles are programming. I mean, it's not, or it's not even just program. It's more of like a way to structure data in a way. Who's the author expert systems, principles and programming. Josh C G I a R R a T a N O author link up in the show notes. But it's also another thing that I've been thinking a lot about is right. We have a lot, like the turnovers happening in the industry so bad and like, so a lot of senior engineers that have all this knowledge in their head. And, and again, that's another just like building code. Like there's also this database of knowledge. It just like we have building code that's in written word. Right. And that has to be translated into some type of algorithm. There's also the knowledge in all of these engineers heads that has to be translated. Oh, no, sorry. I keep interrupting. I was gonna say, I read a terrible article today. They were posting, they said 25% of the professionals in fire life safety think that their knowledge transfer is being completed from people aging outta the in industry. So like, there's just this terrible. Loss of industry specific knowledge. And like you were saying, this turnover, this, this, this exiting of this longstanding knowledge base from the industry is a huge problem. So yeah, I guess back to the question of like, where do we go or what's gonna look like in a few years, I think it's an open ended question. When I was at built last time, I actually left pretty pessimistic cause. I'm fairly new to the industry on like five, six years experience now and right. COVID happens. So we all didn't see each other for a good two years. It's a tight knit community at that conference and we all come back and we're all talking about the same problem about data and standardization. And how do we implement this in our firm? And I'm just sitting there. Thinking if I retire and I'm still having these conversations, I'm gonna be very disappointed in my life. like, you know what I mean? And I see other people there that have been there for have way more experience than me. I mean, there has been some success of going from like AutoCAD to Revit, but yeah, I Don. I hope we're on like the, you know, exponential path right now. It seems pretty flat, but soon we're gonna take off. So I guess that's to wrap up that question two options, right? We either stay [00:40:00] linear pretty much linear flat as we have been with our efficiency in the AC industry, are all this technology that we've been talking about finally gets us to, you know, go off exponentially. . Yeah, that's interesting. Everything. We need that exponential to happen, right. With everything going on in the world. Yeah. I believe that it's gonna happen. And to, to me, what makes me excited is just like how I can finally see companies or individuals like you even existing, like the fact that they, you and March do exist and you are making good content and automation and like, and then you have companies that are becoming. You know huge, critical successes, like D roots and stuff. So I mean, look back 20 years ago and we didn't even have companies doing custom software. I mean, like in our, in the AEC industry for as a business, right. I consider myself so lucky. It's like, it's incredible. It's just crazy. I came in at the right time for like, there to be this opportunity. Yeah, that's awesome. And so that part about it just makes me think that we're just at the launching point of this automation trend and, you know, 20 years, you know, test it, test it. Mm-hmm wow. You need to look at test it. You should, they should be on your podcast too, by the way. Shout out to them, but they just got 20 million in funding or something. Oh, wow. Yeah. I mean, that's just one example of last start. You brought up up codes co tools kinda working on energy model stuff I'm working on. Actually. Yeah. Another question to ask. Will Autodesk always be the top dog in the game, man? I stop test fit, audit desk, stop test fit from having a booth at this. Esque university. Oh, wow. That's incredible. I I was talking with mod about who's gonna be the Autodesk killer or if there was going to be one in our lifetime and he, you know, kept boiling it down to like, whoever can really captured the holistic picture of the building and all the engineering disciplines would be the, the one to roll them. All right. I think H park there again, Hy Park's another one. They have it. What's really cool to me about test fit. What I've always seen is they're pretty much doing like, like they're doing test fits. That's the name where it comes from mm-hmm . So they're like, you know, you give a site, you draw out a polygon and it just starts like creating multi-families and they keep the ratios between like you know, units and parking stalls and stuff like that. But what I see is this really simple geometry. And back to my original thing about like how routing MEP stuff, how we're doing it wrong with trying to do it. When it's really complex, we have a really complex maze. Well, what test fit's output is, is just like, pretty much like massing. So then I've always wanted to layer MEP on top of that. Cause I, I know what their output's gonna be. Like, I know what I'm getting. Yeah, and it's simple. So those two things right there, those two things makes energy modeling a lot simpler makes you know, like auto writing algorithms, a lot simpler. So I see someone like that's why I see with test fit is because they started the very beginning stage, but now they can just keep adding. One of the things is engineer to build custom softwares and engineers. You don't know what you're getting from the. Right. So that's like the biggest struggle that I see with writing tools for, or writing tools for engineers is right. We all know what the, a architects come through and I'm like writing the input is so variable from what the architect can provide. Right. It's, it's a very frustrating thing. Again, one of those times where I always get told I'm wrong, but I'm always like, or like they don't have control, but I'm like, write it into your bid execution plan. Hey, architect. We expect this brand to carry our fodder wall rating. Is that how you guys do it? If not. Okay. Let's change it. Or can you please do it that way? Here's why, cause I'll save you so much time on the back and forth. You know what I mean? So there's, there's countless countless examples of that. When you go from architect to engineering, you know that the data drop the model transfer. Oh, yeah. It's it can be done just like a hundred different, like a thousand different ways. Why is machine learning when you can just write a simple execution plan, find an architect that understands automation and what's needed. Right. So, yeah, I don't know. I guess the business models have to change. And I'm not an expert on the business models, so yeah, but it's fun to think about, I think that's funny that you're like, let's start with mechanical, cause maybe it's good to be naive and not think about, not understand the [00:45:00] business models. Cause then you can come at it clean perspective. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think that's awesome. It makes me really excited to see things like test fit. And for those who are interested in taking a look it's looks like it's mostly kind of residential and building development projects for. Developers and kind of this blocking and programming sort of early design phase, like even before schematic design, kind of programmatic design phase, and you know, anybody who is aware of the money involved in the development for these type of facilities would quickly realize how much market capture and money there is for this type. Service. I mean, it's, it's immediately seems like a no brainer from, you know, whatever three minutes looking at it. I keep on bringing up. Ian Ian told me when, well, like one of the first times was met when he was starting high par was, and I use it all the time in so many presentations. It's like, why are we starting off projects with a blank screen? Right. And test fit's a perfect example. What we could be starting projects off with what is high bar? What do you keep saying? I don't know what that is. A company. It's hard to explain what high is. I think they're struggle explaining what it is. Another person podcast would love to I'll leave. I'm gonna leave it there. I tried to explain it earlier. The business model kinda. I've always looked at the business model as like, huh. Cause they're trying to bring like a community kinda like DMO sense to it, but it's like, huh, it's weird. that's interesting. Well, maybe I'll do a solo cast or something about it, but interesting stuff. Well, I like, you got a lot of different perspectives and people so far that I've never even heard of. So I appreciate all that perspective, but so for people who want to get started. Dynamo or for automation, like where would you suggest that they start or resources that they should investigate? I would start with having a problem and trying to solve it in a simple problem. Not a hard problem. I say this story real quick, or just thing I learned through consulting. I'll like when I first decide to work with a client or not, one of the big red flags that I get is when someone. I want you to auto route MEP for me, like, to me, that's a huge red flag, because if that's just that simple of a statement, they have not taken the time to think about the complexity of that problem, the amount of data that's needed to even start thinking about that problem. Right. Cause what are you, where, where are your sources and where are your targets? Is that data in the model? What do you wanna avoid? How is that data in the model? Are we gonna do it in 3d 2d? Why not 3d? Because it's really com you know what I mean? Like, just, if you ask for something like that, that complex, then you don't have a grasp on what it takes to build tools and you don't have understanding of the data are the geometry behind. So again, if you're gonna, if you're trying to get into automation, start with a task, don't have it be auto routing, have it be like getting data from Excel to rev. That's where I started setting up projects putting legends on sheets, something that's relatively linear, you know? And there's a lot of tools out there. There. There's VBM Excel. There's dynamo. There's Python. Dynamo. If you're working in Revits probably your easiest best shot get hooked. And then yeah, just keep on learning until you can never stop learning. So I guess that's what adds say. Well, I think that's a beautiful point to end on keep learning to never stop learning. Cause that says something that I'm throttling myself. That's gonna be the guarantee, right? The Northern star is to. Northern star. I wanna have the, you know, in star wars when they have like the death star plan, that's what I would, that's what I picture. It's what you want for your flow chart for your process and your dependency. I want, I want a hologram in the middle of a desk where I can flip some knobs and just the MEP infrastructure, right? Just like you say, the generative design stuff just switches and you get. Again, just like the red sheet at manufacturing facility that tells you the critical information. And then you, we all sit around that desk and we debate and we have conversations about, [00:50:00] you know, the right choice and to get there. Yes. Never stop learning. Hmm. Cause it takes so many hats to pull that off. Probably hats that we haven't thought exist. Yeah, I like that. Well, that's a good note, Sean. Well, where can people find you if they want to reach out to you about custom rev solutions or if they wanna learn more about your company? So within email website, YouTube, Twitter usually my name, our Sigma AAC. Cool. Well, I'll throw some links to your consultancy down in the show notes. If people want to come find you, but yeah. Thank you for coming on the show, Sean. Thank you. Good conversation. Thanks for listening, everybody. Be sure to share the episode with a friend, if you enjoyed it, don't forget that fire protection and life safety is serious business. The views and opinions expressed on this podcast are by no means a professional consultation or a codes and standards interpretation. Be sure to contact a licensed professional. If you are getting involved with fire protection and or life safety. Thanks again, and we'll see you next time.  

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Ariel Fox (Hell's Kitchen: Rookies vs. Veterans,” SPICE KITCHEN: HEALTHY LATIN & CARIBBEAN CUISINE) Well Seasoned Librarian Podcast Season 8 Episode 1

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 39:46


About the Author: Ariel Fox is an award-winning chef celebrated for her healthy culinary philosophy and passion for fresh, seasonal ingredients with a focus on heritage cooking. Having been selected to compete on chef Gordon Ramsay's “Hell's Kitchen” and walking away the winner of the 2nd “Hell's Kitchen All Stars”, Chef Ariel has an enviable career that has brought her coast to coast. Today, Chef Ariel is Vice President of Culinary for Landry's and appears as a guest chef on Food Network's, Beat Bobby Flay. Ariel's first book, The Freckle-Faced Foodie (Mascot Books, 2020), taught kids to explore their passions, learning about their roots, culture and, of course, food! Spice Kitchen: Healthy Latin and Caribbean Cuisine (Kingston Imperial, August 2022) is her first cookbook. Link to Purchase Spice Kitchen: Healthy Latin and Caribbean Cuisine (Kingston Imperial, August 2022) https://www.amazon.com/Spice-Kitchen-Healthy-LatinX-Caribbean/dp/1954220243 Find more at IG @ChefArielFox. Dos Caminos : https://www.doscaminos.com/team-member/ariel-fox/ This episode is sponsored by Culinary Historians of Northern California, a Bay Area educational group dedicated to the study of food, drink, and culture in human history. To learn more about this organization and their work, please visit their website at www.chnorcal.org If you follow my podcast and enjoy it, I'm on @buymeacoffee. If you like my work, you can buy me a coffee and share your thoughts

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Jad Ghosn vs Gino Raidy, Lebanese Bank Heist, Gordon Ramsay Gets Canceled - DO NOT WORRY #67

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 61:59


On Episode 67 of DO NOT WORRY, Anthony and Elijah have a lot to discuss, including Gino's Twitter battle with Jad Ghosn, Gordon Ramsay getting canceled, more Malak Al Tawouk and Bachir France TikToks, last week's INTENSE bank heist, a weird Lebanese Maronite festival in Canada, and MORE!

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 54:01


What happens when 2 newlywed(ish) millennials with 4 kids between them put everyone to bed? We watch TV, of course(duh)! Listen to us talk about one of many shows we like to watch together- Severance on Apple TV. Spoilers are possible but not rampant. Also- Michael is warned about having a work wife & we gush about our love for Gordon Ramsay. Like what you hear? Your girl LOVES a 5 STAR review on Apple Podcasts & a social media share! Make sure you are FOLLOWING the pod wherever you listen so you don't miss out on an episode. Follow me on Insta @krystalliife & TikTok @sippinkrystal Got work drama but don't want to go to HR? That's what I am here for! Submit your work questions to me & get them answered on a future episode: sippinkrystal@gmail.com (you can stay anonymous if you want to)

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Employees Desperately Want An Assertive Boss

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 16:53


There is a lot said about being a servant leader and an empathetic caring boss, which is important. However, what is not said is that bosses that don't assert themselves are not respected by their team. Not only that, but their team also secretly resents and complains about bosses that are too nice. In this episode, you'll discover: ✔️ The problem with being a softie nice boss ✔️ Why your staff wants a strong leader ✔️ How chef Gordon Ramsay teaches a chef to be assertive

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 50:37


Ez a Podkoszt, a 444.hu gasztronómiai podcastjának második adása. Kéthetente szombaton beszélgetünk gasztronómiáról, annak gazdasági, társadalmi és kulturális vetületeiről Bajor Zsófival, Nábelek Zsófival és Vida Katával.  Az első adásban a háború és a gasztronómia viszonyát jártuk körül, aminek az apropóját az orosz-ukrán háború és az életünkben a következő hónapokban egyre jobban begyűrűző gazdasági válság és klímaválság adta.  A második adásban kicsit vidámabb téma felé fordulunk és a fagylaltok világába merülünk el, főleg a házi cukrászunk, Nábelek Zsófi szakértelmével. Fagylalt, jégkrém, semifreddo, granita, gelato, parfé, sörbet és szorbé – melyik micsoda, hogyan készülnek, hogy találták fel és hogy vált Pesten népszerűvé a hideg nyalat és végül azt is elmondjuk szerintünk melyik a legjobb fagyizó Budapesten.  3.20 - 3.20 - Mitől fagylalt a fagylalt, és hogyan készül (szívügyünk a sorbet, de a fagylalt mégis fagylalt) 11.20 - A hűtés története és miért kell sót adni a jéghez, hogy jobban hűtsön 15.30 - Hogy csináljunk otthon fagylaltot fagylaltgép nélkül 20.00 - 180 éve nyílt Pest és Buda első szabadtéri fagylaltozó bódéja, a Hébé kioszkja 23.30 - Miből látszik, hogy jó egy fagylalt? Mi az a vanília, és miért jó, ha pöttyös tőle a fagyi? 32.55 - Albán fagyi-gate és a csecsemőfej méretű gombócok 36.15  - Mi értelme a kézműves szónak, és kerül-e maradék zserbó (vagy puncs) a fagyiba 39.50 - Sült fagylalt meglepetés (szürpríz) Benke Laci bácsitól Gordon Ramsey-ig  43.50 - Melyik a kedvenc budapesti fagylaldánk 46.30 - Téli fagyi és jégcsoki A podcastban nem helyesen hangzik el, mea culpa:  A trikolor „nemzeti fagylaltot" nem Fischer Péter, hanem már a fia szolgálta fel 1848 márciusában A vanília pedig az orchidea termése, nem a bibéje A témában ajánljuk Rédey Judit: Hideg nyalat és spanyol tekercs: A fagylalt, a jégkrém és a parfé története című könyvét (megvásárolható a Magyar Kereskedelmi és Vendéglátóipari Múzeumban), Földváry Gergely Hébé kioszkja: így hívták az első pesti szabadtéri fagylaldát cikkét és Nábelek Zsófi fagylalt receptjeit.  Ha van kérdésetek, tippetek, hozzászólásotok vagy egy téma ötletetek, amiről szívesen hallgatnátok beszélgetést, küldjétek el nekünk a podkoszt@444.hu címre! Az adást, és a 444 többi podcastját meghallgathatjátok Spotifyon, Google Podcaston, Apple Podcaston és az Amazon Audible szolgáltatás podcastoldalán és a több nagy platformon.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Buck Sexton Show
Libs Unleash the IRS on You

The Buck Sexton Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 16:38


The “Inflation Reduction Act” passed the senate over the weekend, which means a scaled-down Biden agenda will become law. Buck breaks down what this means. Plus Bill Maher goes after fat acceptance and Gordon Ramsey is under fire for saying a lamb looked yummy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brooke and Jubal
TikTok Click Shock (08/05/22)

Brooke and Jubal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 6:15


Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey is know for making adults cry in the kitchen...but now he's making vegetarians cry in outrage over his latest video!....Plus, TikTok is still going crazy over the recently discontinued Choco Taco...

This Week in Google (MP3)
TWiG 675: The Quibi Button - Instagram reverts, CHIPS Act, Roku's button problem, Batgirl movie

This Week in Google (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 161:43 Very Popular


Instagram walks back TikTok-style changes — Adam Mosseri explains why. Mark Zuckerberg and Adam Mosseri Need You All to Stop Being Big Babies. Wrong number' text message scams are surging. CHIPS Act clears Congress, ensuring $52 billion boost to US foundries. FBI investigation determined Chinese-made Huawei equipment could disrupt US nuclear arsenal communications. Twitter is raising the Blue subscription price from $2.99 to $4.99 monthly. Roku has a problem — its buttons aren't printing enough money. FTC's Lina Khan Overruled Staff to Sue Meta Over Virtual-Reality Deal (META). Meta officially cuts funding for U.S. news publishers. 'Days Of Our Lives' Moving From NBC To Peacock. Peacock's paid subscribers stayed flat at 13 million, losses widen to $467 million. Lollipops Hustle on Amazon Costs Family Candy Business Millions. I quit my job to buy and resell used books on Amazon. Now, I use my 6-figure income to travel the world. Google Meet meets Duo Meet, with Meet in Duo but Duo isn't going into Meet. Google CEO to employees: Productivity and focus must improve. Pixel Buds Pro get a demo area in NYC. TikTok and the Fall of the Social-Media Giants. A TikTok Music app could challenge Spotify and Apple. Sandwich guy goes solo. Gordon Ramsey judges cooking TikToks. Ali Spagnola doorstop keyboard. Ali Spagnola chiapet toilet. Podcast Guests Are Paying Up to $50,000 to Appear on Popular Shows. Investing in VeeFriends. Pearson plans to sell its textbooks as NFTs. GPT-3 writes Wikipedia's deletion report in the style of Hunter S. Thompson. Google Search's built-in timer has disappeared and no one's saying why. YouTube Music can now show 'Other performances'. YouTube's new tool lets creators turn their own videos into Shorts. Google is switching your Gmail interface to this new look. Google Meet meets Duo Meet, with Meet in Duo but Duo isn't going into Meet. Google Play Store takes aim at annoying game ads, copycat apps, and misinformation in new rules. Google Play Store removes version numbers from Android app listings. Netflix's lawsuit against the 'Bridgerton Musical' could change online fandom. The Hunt for Shelved $90 Million 'Batgirl' Movie Is On. Picks: Jeff - 'Please do not erase': A treasured whiteboard at Boston Children's Hospital has not been touched for 15 years. Jeff - Werewolf erotica is the latest global gig work trend. Ant - My Personal Best Has Been Beaten. Ant - Stolen Gear: Help Rancho Cotate High Track Team. Ant - Thank You Nichelle Nichols. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: IRL Podcast newrelic.com/twig eightsleep.com/twig

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
This Week in Google 675: The Quibi Button

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 161:43 Very Popular


Instagram walks back TikTok-style changes — Adam Mosseri explains why. Mark Zuckerberg and Adam Mosseri Need You All to Stop Being Big Babies. Wrong number' text message scams are surging. CHIPS Act clears Congress, ensuring $52 billion boost to US foundries. FBI investigation determined Chinese-made Huawei equipment could disrupt US nuclear arsenal communications. Twitter is raising the Blue subscription price from $2.99 to $4.99 monthly. Roku has a problem — its buttons aren't printing enough money. FTC's Lina Khan Overruled Staff to Sue Meta Over Virtual-Reality Deal (META). Meta officially cuts funding for U.S. news publishers. 'Days Of Our Lives' Moving From NBC To Peacock. Peacock's paid subscribers stayed flat at 13 million, losses widen to $467 million. Lollipops Hustle on Amazon Costs Family Candy Business Millions. I quit my job to buy and resell used books on Amazon. Now, I use my 6-figure income to travel the world. Google Meet meets Duo Meet, with Meet in Duo but Duo isn't going into Meet. Google CEO to employees: Productivity and focus must improve. Pixel Buds Pro get a demo area in NYC. TikTok and the Fall of the Social-Media Giants. A TikTok Music app could challenge Spotify and Apple. Sandwich guy goes solo. Gordon Ramsey judges cooking TikToks. Ali Spagnola doorstop keyboard. Ali Spagnola chiapet toilet. Podcast Guests Are Paying Up to $50,000 to Appear on Popular Shows. Investing in VeeFriends. Pearson plans to sell its textbooks as NFTs. GPT-3 writes Wikipedia's deletion report in the style of Hunter S. Thompson. Google Search's built-in timer has disappeared and no one's saying why. YouTube Music can now show 'Other performances'. YouTube's new tool lets creators turn their own videos into Shorts. Google is switching your Gmail interface to this new look. Google Meet meets Duo Meet, with Meet in Duo but Duo isn't going into Meet. Google Play Store takes aim at annoying game ads, copycat apps, and misinformation in new rules. Google Play Store removes version numbers from Android app listings. Netflix's lawsuit against the 'Bridgerton Musical' could change online fandom. The Hunt for Shelved $90 Million 'Batgirl' Movie Is On. Picks: Jeff - 'Please do not erase': A treasured whiteboard at Boston Children's Hospital has not been touched for 15 years. Jeff - Werewolf erotica is the latest global gig work trend. Ant - My Personal Best Has Been Beaten. Ant - Stolen Gear: Help Rancho Cotate High Track Team. Ant - Thank You Nichelle Nichols. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: IRL Podcast newrelic.com/twig eightsleep.com/twig

Radio Leo (Audio)
This Week in Google 675: The Quibi Button

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 161:43


Instagram walks back TikTok-style changes — Adam Mosseri explains why. Mark Zuckerberg and Adam Mosseri Need You All to Stop Being Big Babies. Wrong number' text message scams are surging. CHIPS Act clears Congress, ensuring $52 billion boost to US foundries. FBI investigation determined Chinese-made Huawei equipment could disrupt US nuclear arsenal communications. Twitter is raising the Blue subscription price from $2.99 to $4.99 monthly. Roku has a problem — its buttons aren't printing enough money. FTC's Lina Khan Overruled Staff to Sue Meta Over Virtual-Reality Deal (META). Meta officially cuts funding for U.S. news publishers. 'Days Of Our Lives' Moving From NBC To Peacock. Peacock's paid subscribers stayed flat at 13 million, losses widen to $467 million. Lollipops Hustle on Amazon Costs Family Candy Business Millions. I quit my job to buy and resell used books on Amazon. Now, I use my 6-figure income to travel the world. Google Meet meets Duo Meet, with Meet in Duo but Duo isn't going into Meet. Google CEO to employees: Productivity and focus must improve. Pixel Buds Pro get a demo area in NYC. TikTok and the Fall of the Social-Media Giants. A TikTok Music app could challenge Spotify and Apple. Sandwich guy goes solo. Gordon Ramsey judges cooking TikToks. Ali Spagnola doorstop keyboard. Ali Spagnola chiapet toilet. Podcast Guests Are Paying Up to $50,000 to Appear on Popular Shows. Investing in VeeFriends. Pearson plans to sell its textbooks as NFTs. GPT-3 writes Wikipedia's deletion report in the style of Hunter S. Thompson. Google Search's built-in timer has disappeared and no one's saying why. YouTube Music can now show 'Other performances'. YouTube's new tool lets creators turn their own videos into Shorts. Google is switching your Gmail interface to this new look. Google Meet meets Duo Meet, with Meet in Duo but Duo isn't going into Meet. Google Play Store takes aim at annoying game ads, copycat apps, and misinformation in new rules. Google Play Store removes version numbers from Android app listings. Netflix's lawsuit against the 'Bridgerton Musical' could change online fandom. The Hunt for Shelved $90 Million 'Batgirl' Movie Is On. Picks: Jeff - 'Please do not erase': A treasured whiteboard at Boston Children's Hospital has not been touched for 15 years. Jeff - Werewolf erotica is the latest global gig work trend. Ant - My Personal Best Has Been Beaten. Ant - Stolen Gear: Help Rancho Cotate High Track Team. Ant - Thank You Nichelle Nichols. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: IRL Podcast newrelic.com/twig eightsleep.com/twig

This Week in Google (Video HI)
TWiG 675: The Quibi Button - Instagram reverts, CHIPS Act, Roku's button problem, Batgirl movie

This Week in Google (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 162:29


Instagram walks back TikTok-style changes — Adam Mosseri explains why. Mark Zuckerberg and Adam Mosseri Need You All to Stop Being Big Babies. Wrong number' text message scams are surging. CHIPS Act clears Congress, ensuring $52 billion boost to US foundries. FBI investigation determined Chinese-made Huawei equipment could disrupt US nuclear arsenal communications. Twitter is raising the Blue subscription price from $2.99 to $4.99 monthly. Roku has a problem — its buttons aren't printing enough money. FTC's Lina Khan Overruled Staff to Sue Meta Over Virtual-Reality Deal (META). Meta officially cuts funding for U.S. news publishers. 'Days Of Our Lives' Moving From NBC To Peacock. Peacock's paid subscribers stayed flat at 13 million, losses widen to $467 million. Lollipops Hustle on Amazon Costs Family Candy Business Millions. I quit my job to buy and resell used books on Amazon. Now, I use my 6-figure income to travel the world. Google Meet meets Duo Meet, with Meet in Duo but Duo isn't going into Meet. Google CEO to employees: Productivity and focus must improve. Pixel Buds Pro get a demo area in NYC. TikTok and the Fall of the Social-Media Giants. A TikTok Music app could challenge Spotify and Apple. Sandwich guy goes solo. Gordon Ramsey judges cooking TikToks. Ali Spagnola doorstop keyboard. Ali Spagnola chiapet toilet. Podcast Guests Are Paying Up to $50,000 to Appear on Popular Shows. Investing in VeeFriends. Pearson plans to sell its textbooks as NFTs. GPT-3 writes Wikipedia's deletion report in the style of Hunter S. Thompson. Google Search's built-in timer has disappeared and no one's saying why. YouTube Music can now show 'Other performances'. YouTube's new tool lets creators turn their own videos into Shorts. Google is switching your Gmail interface to this new look. Google Meet meets Duo Meet, with Meet in Duo but Duo isn't going into Meet. Google Play Store takes aim at annoying game ads, copycat apps, and misinformation in new rules. Google Play Store removes version numbers from Android app listings. Netflix's lawsuit against the 'Bridgerton Musical' could change online fandom. The Hunt for Shelved $90 Million 'Batgirl' Movie Is On. Picks: Jeff - 'Please do not erase': A treasured whiteboard at Boston Children's Hospital has not been touched for 15 years. Jeff - Werewolf erotica is the latest global gig work trend. Ant - My Personal Best Has Been Beaten. Ant - Stolen Gear: Help Rancho Cotate High Track Team. Ant - Thank You Nichelle Nichols. Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: IRL Podcast newrelic.com/twig eightsleep.com/twig