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Welcome to Ep. 27 of The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy - Cian Mackey, former Cavan footballer, winning club titles in Longford now, joins us to talk Football. We kick off talking the club carnage, Oisin Mullin to Geelong and great GAA books. Click the timestamps to head to each section, as Paddy Andrews, Andy Moran and Tommy Rooney talk Football. TIMESTAMPS and TOPICS. (00:30) – Welcome to Ep. 27 of The Football Pod - SUBSCRIBE! (01:00) – Team Holidays, Apologies, the Liam Hayes autobiography and club winners. (13:30) – Oisin Mullin leaves Mayo for the Geelong Cats. (25:00) – Special guest Cian Mackey joins the Football Pod. (55:00) – TFP reaction. Share the podcast, give us a review and rate the show if you're enjoying it. Subscribe to the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' feed or in 'The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy' - Spotify / iTunes! Contact the Football Pod and let us know what you think or send in questions on Instagram or Twitter, follow us and get in touch! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Follow-up comment about Aban and dragon colors as possible homage to Dungeons and Dragons. * Email from Rasmus: Episode dedicated to Alachia? * Using multiple masks on a creature? * Avoid Blow's all-or-nothing status? * Group patterns and thread limits? * New Legends of Earthdawn episodes? * New Earthdawn books? * Email from Sebastien: Shout-out for Lars and Steps! * Email from Aleyn: Why silver cost for Attribute increases? * Windling racial astral sight vs the astral sight talent from a Discipline? * Email from Matthew: Swapping a chosen talent option from a Discipline to become a Path talent. * Alternate approach to a Scholar? * Dragons in depth: Asante and Nightsky * Adult dragons, lair in the Caucavic Mountains * Rebellious, immature, and naïve. * Mated pair, breaking the mold of traditional dragon isolation. * Future plot seeds or just an interesting idea to explore? * Nightsky: Achieved adulthood just before the Scourge. * Did not have his own lair, sheltered with Earthroot. * Emerged very early post-Scourge and set out to explore the world. * Encountered the Earthdawn during his excursions, hint to its possible future appearance. * Asante: Another young dragon, feels compassion for the Younger Races. * Raised by Redwing, a Great Dragon that fell to a Horror. * Accidentally revealed some secrets to the Scythan dwarves, banished and came to adulthood in isolation. * Bears a grudge toward the Great Dragons about the Rites of Protection and Passage and protecting the peoples of Barsaive. * Banished again to her lair, strong independent streak. * As a pair: Shared experience of frustration and anger at the world. * The Outcast sees an opportunity for his offspring to bring the pair to their side against the Greats. * At the very least, could cause headaches for the Greats, opening opportunities for the Denairastas. * Connections with the Dream Spire Company of Throal. * Asante's eggs. * Lots of potential plot hooks and story ideas. * Only a couple days left on the Vasgothia Kickstarter! Email: email@example.com Twitter: @EDSGPodcast Josh on Twitter: @LoreMerchant Dan on Twitter: @boice_voice Get product information, developer blogs, and more at www.fasagames.com FASA Games on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fasagamesinc FASA Games Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/uuVwS9u Earthdawn Guild Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/earthdawnguild Earthdawn West Marches: https://discord.gg/hhHDtXW
Episode 79 begins with the guys reviewing their day at Penn State and the Michigan game, The Greats to wear #79, Eagles talk, Morty and his Yardstick, Judge Schroeder, Sixers talk, Norm's theory on breakthrough cases, Dead or Alive, College Football picks, Flyers, NFL Picks, Would you Rather and the Mount Rushmore of Penn State running backs and why not... Michigan too
Hello, Indie Film Creatives! In this episode, we have a conversation with Filmwax Radio and Filmwax TV host Adam Schartoff. We talk about how to keep your cool when you're working with colleagues that are more notable than you, how his career shifted from working at Sony Music to podcasting and film, when and why to start a podcast and the best use of $5K in a film marketing budget. Enjoy! Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on social and the web at https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative Love Indie Film? Love the MAKE IT Podcast? Become a True Fan! www.bonsai.film/truefans www.makeit.libsyn.com/podcast #MAKEIT
Episode 78 begins with a recap of the Halloween party, Comedians from the past, The Greats to wear #78, Eagles discussion, Dean Smith and UNC, News from the week, Braves World Series win, Vegas mess, Rodgers, Sixers, Dead or Alive, NFL Picks, Would You Rather and The Mount Rushmore of Comedy Movies
Tim and Shane remember three cricketing greats, Australia not looking good in the T20 World Cup, Messi under performing, Josh Giddey looking like a star and much much more See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 77 begins with a recap of the Penn State 9 OT debacle, The Greats to wear #77, Eagles/Raiders recap and discussion on The Birds, Philadelphia Bell, College Football picks, World Series, Dead or Alive, Sixers, NFL Picks, Florida Man, Would You Rather, Four Hours in the Capitol, Flyers, and The Mount Rushmore of Halloween candy.
Episode 76 begins with a little playoff baseball talk, The Greats to wear 76, Eagles vs Raiders preview, Kane fakes Covid card, Philly Septa riders, Jess the knowledgeable waitress, Benamin No J and The Sixers, Spirit week, Jim and Mike go head to head in Dead or Alive, College Football Picks, Flyers, Would You Rather and The Mount Rushmore of Football Movies
On this episode of Views From The 7 we get into: » Who is King Ill Ru? » How is life in Hawaii? » Wild life in Vegas » Late Night Hoops » How do rappers deal with bombing during battles? » What do you consider "freestyling"? » Is 3 Stacks one of the "Greats"? » Is it more about the music or lyrics when creating? We've got that and much more...This is Views From The 7!!
The latest installment in our “GATOR GREATS” series features Brandon James, the only player in SEC history to accumulate over 4,000 combined kickoff and punt return yards. Recently enshrined into the UF Hall of Fame, host Adam Schick talks to the 5'7 native of St. Augustine about his early days in the game, fighting for attention during recruiting, being part of one of the best classes in college football history, the challenges of the 2009 season, his post-football career shift, what it means to be in the UF Hall of Fame and more. Please subscribe and leave a review if you like what you hear and for more information, visit FloridaGators.com/GatorTales.
On this episode, Mad Chad Nolan and Eddie Provident are joined by Derrick Bell of S.I. Pittsburgh to talk about all things Steelers. Cam Heyward and T.J. Watt both made big plays when their team needed them most on Sunday vs. Seattle, but have either of them put a career resume together that's worthy to be mentioned with the greats that have worn black and gold? Ben Roethlisberger has clearly struggled at times this season, is it Father Time, mechanics, or both? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We proudly present you with our 100th episode! On this podcast we put together a compilation of a few of the folks that have had a great influence in the outdoor world. Listen in as we hear some amazing stories passed on by Cody Robbins from Live 2 Hunt, April Vokey from Anchored Outdoors and Jim Shockey, plus tips on finding huge whitetail bucks, fly fishing conservation, the good the bad and the ugly of the outdoors on the internet, shed hunting, moose hunts, a lifetime legacy, hand of man museum and a whole bunch more. Anchored Outdoors Live 2 Hunt Jim Shockey Thanks to: iHunter (PANORAMIC30) https://www.web.ihunterapp.com/ Heights Archery and Outdoors https://www.heightsoutdoors.com/ Pitbarrel Cookers https://pitbarrelcooker.com/ Woolove https://wool.love/
Colter Nuanez is joined by Andrew Houghton to talk about Montana football's place in the Big Sky Conference after a second loss in three games, as well as whether the Grizzlies' storied history helps or hurts this year's team. Colter also gives the lowdown on high school football in Montana in the Prep Extra segment, and shares a snippet of his Griz Greats podcast, with this week's episode featuring the great running back Yohance Humphrey.
This legend has work with icons like Roxanne Shauntae, Notorious B.I.G., Left Eye, 2Pac, Rakim and more. In this episode we discuss his beginnings as a battle rapper to working and writing with some of the greats. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dj-kawon/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dj-kawon/support
Episode 75 Begins with a Penn State review, The Greats to Wear 75, Eagles discussion, 700,000 NFL emails, Let's Go Brandon!, Captain Kirk, New Segment - Dead or Alive, MLB Playoffs, College Football, Fury/Wilder, Streaming talk, Would You Rather, Florida Man and Mount Rushmore of USFL players.
I've gone over the Braves and their improbable season a few times already. I discussed their inability to get over .500 for the longest time. I hit their consecutive 18 Game stretch interchanging 1 win and 1 loss. I wrote Read More
Colter Nuanez is joined by Andrew Houghton of ESPN Missoula and Skyline Sports to rehash the weekend's heavyweight title fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, touching on boxing's unique spectacle, the factors that made it such an epic bout, and Fury's potential stardom. Colter also analyzes the weekend's high school scores, including a historic blowout, in the Prep Extra segment. Later in the show, Colter shares a snippet of the Griz Greats podcast on the 2001 national championship team, featuring Griz legend Vince Huntsberger.
Episode 74 Begins with a recap of The Ironbridge Charity golf outing, The Greats to wear #74, #1 in Montco, Jon Gruden tells Urban Meyer to Hold my beer, Eagles talk, MLB Playoff baseball;, College Football, Fury vs Wilder, What are you streaming?, Would You Rather, Florida WoMan, and the Mount Rushmore of FCS NFL Player
Colter Nuanez shares an excerpt from his Griz Greats: the 20th anniversary of the 2001 national champions podcast series featuring former Montana quarterback John Edwards. Plus Alex Eschelman from SWX Montana swings by for this week's Montana State Minute and fantasy football advice as part of Wing it Wednesday presented by the Desperado Sports Tavern & Grill.
There's been a lot of chatter this week about what the Ravens did on the final play of the game against the Broncos. Rather than take a knee, Baltimore ran the football with the game in hand up 23-7 (and just three second left on the clock) to extend its 100-yard rushing streak to 43 consecutive games and tie an NFL record. In the latest edition of his podcast "Klis' Mike Drop," our 9NEWS Broncos insider Mike Klis talks with two Steelers legends who the current Ravens are now tied with for the mark. Franco Harris and Rocky Bleier joined Mike and were unaware they even held the previous record. “I wish I would have known that we held that record,'' former Steelers' running back Bleier said in a Zoom interview Wednesday with 9NEWS and his longtime friend and fellow Steelers' ball-carrier Harris. “The first time I heard about it was when I got this text message." Led by the fullback Harris and halfback Bleier, the Pittsburgh Steelers had run off 43 consecutive games of at least 100 yards starting from Game 13 of a 14-game schedule in 1974 until game 13 of the 1977 season. The Ravens matched that this past weekend in controversial fashion, so it was fun to hear from Harris and Bleier. More Denver Broncos coverage from 9NEWS: https://www.9news.com/broncos Follow Mike Klis on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MikeKlis
Part 2 of the best conversation. What it's like to dress all our faves. How do you even get the call to dress Gaga for the inauguration? What happens if you screw up?? And Daniel has three pages of questions for me.
Episode 73 begins with a wrap on the Birds/Chiefs game, The Greats to wear #73, Morty and His Yardstick, Golf Course Fight, Brady returns to New England and a chance to beat his 32nd team, Ryder Cup, Amanda Knox, MLB Playoffs, College Football, Straub Beer tasting, Would You Rather, Mount Rushmore of Penn State home victories.
This week the guys took some time to honor Mike "Tags" Tagliere who passed away this past week. In the episode the guys breakdown their Starts of the Week for Week 4 and recap Week 3 in the NFL
Our Kickass Boomer of the Day is Philip J Martin, a transformative speaker and a college teacher with a passion for theater. He is author of “Take the Stage: 64 Essential Leadership Lessons Learned From Theatre” and “Play Hard-Have Fun: A Philosophy for Life”. His engagement in theater arts got him wearing many hats - being a writer for television and musicals, performer, director, published playwright, and songwriter, receiving awards and rave reviews. Join me in this episode and learn why Philip is a Kickass Boomer! [00:01 - 05:21] Opening Segment I introduce and welcome Philip J Martin Philip shares about being an introvert with an interesting life [05:22 - 10:14] Opening Doors to Opportunities Succeed by choice, not by chance Conquer your fear in taking the first step! Allow inspiration to keep moving [10:15 - 14:16] Recognizing Our Similarities in the Grand Scale Play hard, have fun Philip explains how to achieve this premise How fun establishes connections It is not just about saying “hello” [14:17 - 22:32] The Father's Role and the Virtue of Doing Philip talks about his musical “Fatherhood” The meaning of being a father Dreaming of the theater life Connect with Philip to participate! Great failure brings great value Building connections with people is a success in itself [22:33 - 24:50] Closing Segment Be forever young Connect with Philip! Links below Final announcements Tweetable Quotes: “If we hadn't put ourselves out there by choice, we would have never had this chance.” - Philip J Martin “This is about your entire life, the way you look at your attitude towards life, that if you find something you love, you put in the hard work to do it. It's going to be so much more fun when you do it.” - Philip J Martin Resource mentioned: Books: Take the Stage: 64 Essential Leadership Lessons Learned From Theatre Play Hard-Have Fun: A Philosophy for Life Email email@example.com to connect with Philip! Check out his website to know more about his work. ----- BEE BOLD, NOT OLD. LEAVE A REVIEW and join me on my journey to become and stay a Kickass Boomer! Visit http://kickassboomers.com/ to listen to the previous episodes. Also check us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. You can also connect with me by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jonas Knox is fired up about Tom Brady's popular trainer and friend Alex Guerrero taking shots at Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. There is a dilemma in Chicago with the Bears, and Matt Nagy's head coaching future is at the center of it. Jonas plays a stinky round of 'Guess That Garbage!' One of the all-time greats in the UFC just can't seem to get it right. Plus, Pro Wrestler or Porn Star! Bill Belichick was asked about Alex Guerrero's comments and Jonas likes the coach's answer. Then, the ‘Knox Locks!' Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Andrew Brandt, author of Mixtape for the End of the World, joins Matt and Samer to talk about his novel and present the actual Mixtape for the End of the World.You can find him on Instagram here , @writerbrandt Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/superawesomemix)
The Football History Dude is part of the https://sportshistorynetwork.com/ (Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear). NETWORK SPONSORS https://sportshistorynetwork.com/row1/ (Row One) - the vintage shop for sports history fans! https://www.thrivefantasy.com/?promo=SHN (ThriveFantasy) - a daily fantasy sports and esports app for player props. Use the code SHN at checkout for an instant 100% match up to $100. EPISODE SUMMARY John Vairin was diagnosed with a rare occurrence of oral squamous cell cancer. He had surgery on May 17, 2019, and then he decided he wanted to celebrate the NFL's 100th season. The result was a project he named "NFL Gratitude to Greats," honoring and thanking NFL legends. Get ahttps://www.newspapers.com/freetrial/?xid=2229&duration=semiannual&subtype=extra&ft=true ( 1-week free trial )and learn about this week's topic from first-hand accounts at Newspapers.com. Your paid subscription helps the production of this podcast and the other shows on the Sports History Network. AUTHOR BIO John Vairin, NFL fan of 26 years who is sharing his story with retired NFL players and extending his goodwill by donating to NFL-related charities. John was inspired to do this when he beat an unusual occurrence of squamous cell cancer in 2019, just shortly before the NFL began to celebrate its 100th anniversary, despite never smoking, drinking, or dipping. He started the Gratitude to Greats projects in 2019, with a new one being started every year, where he shares his story with Pro Football Hall of Famers and legends, as well as extends his generosity by donating to NFL player-related charities. You can find him on Twitter at @nflgrattogreats, Instagram at nflgratitudetogreats, and you can find the blog where he posted all of his responses in the inaugural Gratitude to Greats project from 2019 at https://gratitudetogreats.home.blog/ (https://gratitudetogreats.home.blog/) THE FOOTBALL HISTORY DUDE BACKGROUND https://sportshistorynetwork.com/podcasts/the-football-history-dude/ (The Football History Dude) is a show dedicated to teaching NFL fans about the rich history of the game we all know and love. I'm your host, Arnie Chapman, and I'm just a regular dude that loves football and is a nerd when it comes to learning about history. I created this show to share the gridiron knowledge nuggets I gain from researching various topics about the history of the National Football League. Each episode I welcome you to climb aboard my DeLorean to travel back in time to explore the yesteryear of the gridiron, and yes, that's a reference to the Back to the Future Movies. Support this podcast
One of the greatest Chardonnays (and actually white wines) in the world comes from Chablis in the northern part of Burgundy. In this show we discuss this historic region and why it is capable of making the most distinctive, minerally, terroir-driven white wines made. Here are the show notes: Map: https://www.chablis-wines.com Location: At nearly 48˚N latitude in the northern part of the Bourgogne region in the Yonne department between Paris and Beaune, around the village of Chablis, Serein River runs through it, with vineyards on either bank Area under vine in 2020: 5,771 hectares/14,260 acres 18% of the total volume of wine produced in the Bourgogne region Also contains: St-Bris, which makes mineral driven Sauvignon Blanc Terroir: Terroir expressed more clearly in Chablis than almost anywhere else Valleys branch from the Serein river – left and right, hills are basis of the vineyards Right-bank: softer, bigger wines Left-bank: more acidic, less ripe, more like citrus, green apple Soils: Subsoil is Kimmeridgean limestone with layers of Marl –limestone and clay turned into rock sometimes with fossils of Exogyra virgula, a small, comma-shaped oyster. Different vineyards have different proportions of limestone, marl, clay, loam, Portlandian limestone – younger, harder, no fossils. Sites with this used only forvPetit Chablis 47 Defined Climats (can be mentioned on the label) 40 are Premier Cru, 7 are Grand Cru Photo: Chablis wines Climate: Maritime and continental Maritime influence but kind of a modified oceanic climate with continental influences from Eastern Europe Less rainfall and the winters are harsher and summer hotter than maritime Winemaking Fermented in stainless or oak, low temperature, slow fermentation followed by malolactic fermentation Neutral oak (already been used) is used in Chablis Premier Cru and Chablis Grand Cru. Very few producers use new oak barrels since the goal is to preserve terroir Classification: Petit Chablis (19%): 729 hectares (1750 acres) ALL of Chablis wine-growing district (catchall) – AOC 1944, least prestigious – lesser rated vineyards Soil is Portlandian limestone – harder, younger soil on a plateau at the top of slopes, above premier and grand crus Flavors: citrus, flowers, less minerally, light, acidic, saline, to be consumed within 2 years Pairings (goes for Chablis and many Premier Cru too): Oysters, seafood in citrus, salads and acidic vegetables, spicy food, vegetarian pasta Chablis (66%): 3656 hectares (9,034 acres) of vines In the department of Yonne, on the Serein River On Kimmeridgean limestone and marl, very large - quality varies Flavors: Mineral with flint, green apple, lemon, underbrush, citrus, mint, fresh-cut hay Best within 2-3 years Photo: Chablis wines Chablis Premier Cru: (14%) - Almost 809 ha/2,000 acres over 40 sites (climat) Both sides of the river Serein, with 24 on the left bank and 16 on the right bank Mostly on slopes of the Serein, southeast or southwest facing, on Kimmeridgian chalk Can just use the phrase "Chablis Premier Cru" if blended across Premier Cru sites Right bank: Softer, fuller wines--Mont de Milieu, Montée de Tonnerre, Fourchaume, Vaucoupin Left bank: Flinty, acidic. Côté de Léchet, Vaillons, Montmains, Vosgros, Vau de Vey Can age 5-10 years Grand Cru Chablis (1%) - 101 hectares/250 acres Contiguous site on the right bank of the Serein, south facing on Kimmeridgian limestone, with fossilized oysters, marl Seven vineyards are Grand Cru, which are each part of just one appellation, Grand Cru Chablis. The difference in these wines: Better sites, lower yields, higher alcohol, higher planting density, matured until at least March 15 of the year following harvest Grand Crus: north to south Bougros: Fresh and mineral Les Preuses:: elegant, minerally with a long finish Vaudésir: Stronger, richer wine – more body Grenouilles: Fruity with strong acidity, a fuller body Valmur: VERY fruity, balanced with strong minerality Les Clos: The most famous site: elegance, minerality, fruit, acidity Blanchot: Soft and more like white flowers La Moutonne is an unofficial 8th Grand Cru Best with 10-15 years of age Pairings: Lobster, mushrooms, shrimp, cream sauces We love this wine. If you haven't had it, definitely get one and discover what makes it a "great!" Photo: Chablis wines _____________________________________________________ Thanks for our sponsors this week: Wine Access: Access to the best wines for the best prices! For 15% off your next order, go to www.wineaccess.com/normal To become a member of Patreon go to www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes
What if Yoda fought Darth Vader? Who would win? We discuss that hypothetical Duel of the Greats. We also discuss our poll results which have most fans believing Rian Johnson's trilogy is no longer in development, and answer several questions in our segment One With The Force like, would you rather learn Shyriiwook to understand Chewbacca or learn how to speak droid to understand R2-D2? The Resistance base is open to all, so spread the word about our Star Wars podcast and join us! Please be sure to subscribe free to the show on your preferred platform!
Interwest Ronnie gets to eavesdrop on Trainer Clay during his training class. We get his thoughts on a variety of tools. Trainer Clay goes over soap-water mixtures, spray bottles, tanks, blades and more. Greats insights for a beginner or pro. Thanks again for listening! For more information, check out the following links: …………………………………………………………… 3M.com/Installertraining …………………………………………………………… * InterwestDC.com * InterwestAutoFilms.com * Designerfilms.com * InterwestTools.com …………………………………………………………… Interested in submitting a question?? Leave your voice message in our inbox, here's the link: https://anchor.fm/talkin-film/message ………………………………………………………………
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Guest: author Lisa Kelly discusses her upcoming book, Domer Dishes: Inside the Lives and Kitchens of Your Fighting Irish Gridiron Greats, featuring recipes from Notre Dame greats - past players, coaches and leprechauns. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support
Ric fills the final seven spots in his list of 75 all-time NBA greats in its first 75 seasons by selecting the last seven additions to the 2006-07 to 2020-21 era.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/bucher-and-friends. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode of Locked On Spurs, host Jeff Garcia welcomes the creator of "The Quest For The Best" podcast series Mat Issa as he gives listeners a behind the scenes look at the series and where Spurs greats Tim Duncan and David Robinson place among NBA greats. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 69 Norm and Jim visit Jay at The Tavern for the first big college football weekend. We discuss IDA hammering the area, Greats to wear 69, Mets are trash, Best shortstop ever, The Birds, SEC/SWC/BIG 12, and we finish part one with our college football picks for week one.
The official fantasy film league of The Greatest Movies of All Time Podcast is going into extra innings! Due to the unpredictable nature of this year's movie release schedule, a number of films have not been released within their expected time frame. For this episode we will be checking in with the League of the Greats and our league Commissioner has granted a special extension. Those within the League with unreleased films in their draft will be dropping these films and picking up replacement films. This extension is for one month: September 1 - September 30th. Listen as Jesse, Gabriel, JB, Nicky J, and Lee update their rosters with September hopefuls. THEN EACH MEMBER OF THE LEAGUE WILL BE GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPAND THEIR ROSTER WITH ONE OCTOBER SURPRISE! Each member of the League will select an additional movie from the October release calendar to expand their film draft. This will be the final film for each member. At the end of the month the total Rotten Tomato score will be added to each members' point total. All percentage ratings will be translated to positive points, there will be no negative points. We are in the final stretch of the 1st season of the League of the Greats! The selections in this episode could change everything we have come to know and expect, it's still anyone's game. Follow along with the League of the Greats at http://www.leagueofthegreats.com The League of the Greats theme song is written and recorded by the band Doing Drugs. Check them out at https://doingdrugs.bandcamp.com/ Email the Greatest Movies of All Time Podcast: email@example.com
We made it to 100 episodes, so we got selfish and as a gift to ourselves (and in honor of the start of the college football season) we decided to spend the evening talking it up with Owen Schmitt and Avon Cobourne, two all time greats from WVU. We hope you enjoy!
It's time to become a fan of Urban Meyer as he refreshingly speaks his mind. The latest? Meyer says of course the Covid vax is a factor in whether to keep a player or not, it's the NFL's silly rules. Now the NFLPA is investigating the Jacksonville coach. The Chiefs cuts didn't turn a lot of heads, but they did do something with a player they've never done before. A pair of baseball greats have been sent home by MLB Network because they haven't gotten jabbed. What's going to happen when they need them in the broadcast booth for the playoffs next month? Joe Biden's victory dance had a massive contradiction in it that a high school debate teacher would grade with an F. And an Oklahoma Congressman is missing after taking a pile of cash towards Afghanistan to hire a helicopter and private help to get an American woman and her four kids out of the war torn country.
Episode 68 starts with a quick salute to Charlie Watts, Fantasy Football draft review, The Greats to wear #68, we go political, Eagles Preseason#3 review, Little League World Series, Phillies, College Football, Urban Myth, Bad jokes & Bus trips, Would You Rather, Florida Man, and wrap it up with The Mount Rushmore of College Defensive Players
Photo: Consorzio del Vino Nobile di Montepulciano The Nobile Wine of Montepulciano is a wine based on a clone of Sangiovese and from a small hillside town in Tuscany called Montepulciano. It is, indeed, one of the great wines of the world. Although often overshadowed by its neighbors – Brunello di Montalcino and Chianti Classico – and confused with a grapey, high yielding producer in Abruzzo (the Montepulciano grape), this wine has class, style, and a legacy of greatness to back it up. After ups and downs over nearly 2000 years of winemaking, Vino Nobile is experiencing a quiet revival and it's one of my favorite wines in Italy. Moderate in body with an interplay of fruit, herb, and brooding tea and forest-y aromas and flavors, this is a wine that those in the know (you!) will immediately fall in love with. With its latest comeback, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is back and better than ever. And who doesn't love a comeback story? Photo: Getty Images Here are the show notes: We discuss where exactly this hillside town is: in Tuscany, southeast of Siena, 40 minutes east of Montalcino We talk about the specific regulations the region has built into law to try to improve the wines: Grapes must grow on the slopes to qualify for the Vino Nobile DOCG 70-100% Sangiovese or 30% other red varietals (Colorino, Canaiolo Nero, Mammolo, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, other local grapes) and up to 5% Malvasia and other whites You can find all the laws here, as well as the requirements for aging. Here is the official page from the Consorzio del Vino di Montepulciano with the latest rules on aging, yields, etc. They also have proposed Pieve, as of 2021. We address the elephant in the room: Montepulciano IS not the grape, this wine is from the PLACE called Montepulciano!!! We get you squared away on the difference between these two wines – Montepulciano is a grape that makes an US$8-$10 wine. Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is the noble wine made from Sangiovese in the Tuscan town of Montepulciano. It is based on a clone Sangiovese – Prugnolo Gentile History The wine has been noted since 55 AD. Montepulciano has been praised by merchants, authors, Popes, and politicians like Thomas Jefferson Phylloxera, mildews, World Wars, the Depression, and then an emphasis on quantity versus quality put the wines of Montepulciano in a real funk. It got lumped in with Chianti, lost its status, and that was a real setback for the region In 2017, six like-minded Montepulciano winemakers created a small association called Alliance Vinum to show the purest expression of single-vineyard Sangiovese/Prugnolo Gentile. The group calls these wines Nobile instead of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano to avoid confusion with the southern Italian grape. Here are the wines of this group: Avignonesi: Nobile Poggetto di Sopra Boscarelli: Costa Grande Cantine Dei: Madonna della Querce La Braccesca, an estate of the Antinori family: Podere Maggiarino Poliziano: Le Caggiole after a 20-year pause, Salcheto: Salco Vecchie Viti Photo: Getty Images Other wines we mention… Rosso di Montepulciano Vin Santo We review Pairing Suggestions with Vino Nobile di Montepulciano: Antipasti --Grilled Vegetables, fresh cheeses, cured meats like prosciutto, salami Pasta with tomato, truffle, Bolognese, mushrooms sauces Risottos with mushrooms Pizza, lasagna, eggplant Braised and roasted game, red meats. Stews. Portabella mushrooms Ribollita Hard cheeses Photo: Getty Images ______________________________________________ Thanks for our sponsors this week: Wine Access: Access to the best wines for the best prices! For 15% off your next order, go to www.wineaccess.com/normal To become a member of Patreon go to www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes
Episode 67 begins with a recap of The Waetjen Open, The Greats to wear 67, Morty and his Yardstick, Phillies, Rays and the Trop, Straub Octoberfest review, Tropical storm Henri, Utah Alligator birthday party, the mess, Upper Providence LL, Eagles preseason disaster, Hard Knocks, College football, Would You Rather, Florida Man, Florida Woman, Mount Rushmore of College Football upsets.
As Mohamed Salah made Premier League history, becoming the first player to score on the opening day in five successive seasons, Blood Red considers his position amongst the Liverpool greats. Guy Clarke is joined by Ian Doyle and Sean Bradbury to talk through the win against Norwich City, including the impact of supporters returning to full stadiums in the Premier League. Salah's place in Liverpool history is considered as well as Jurgen Klopp's midfield three at Carrow Road; Virgil van Dijk's return to competitive action, and Kostas Tsimikas' full Premier League debut. Enjoy.Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
BJ Kissel, Nick Leckey and Tucker Franklin are back on the latest Outside the Trenches podcast to talk about a variety of topics including their "blind nil" segment. Before they get into it, BJ, Nick and Tucker talk about some topics listeners of the show wanted to hear. Then they move on to their conversations on similarities between the top coaches in the NFL, how to avoid complacency with the Kansas City Chiefs roster and closeout by making a prediction about what we will see during the season. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network/