The Rev. Canon Leonard L. Hamlin, Sr. preached on Thanksgiving Day.
The Crude Life Content News Correspondent Matthew Hill interviews Jack Hamlin of Energy Strong and Sargent & Lundy about about his mission and passion to promote and advocate for reliable, abundant, and affordable oil and gas giving a platform for energy literacy and equip other industry leaders with educational efforts. [...]
The Eternals finally make it to TMI after 7,000 years of waiting – good thing they are immortal (and Disney didn't push back their release date again). We also examine the 1981 sword and sandals epic, Clash of the Titans… Release the Harryhausen!! #eternals #clashofthetitans #marvel #rayharryhausen #disney
Episode 220: Kenny and Rene talk about the 2021 finale of the NASCAR season. The talk about Kyle Larson's dominating 2021 season. They also talk about some of the moves heading into the Next Generation Car. Then Kenny and Rene will give their closing thoughts of the 2021 season. #AllTurnsNoBrakes
On the 2021 season finale, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are back from NASCAR Championship Weekend at Phoenix Raceway with plenty to say. Along with co-host Hannah Newhouse, they discuss how each title race played out and chat with two new champions – Xfinity Series winner Daniel Hemric and the Truck Series' Ben Rhodes. Freddie's season with Bubba Wallace faced an early end after a wreck on Lap 8 during Sunday's race. Hear from Freddie about how the No. 23 ended up being collateral damage. Then, the gang starts with the Truck Series championship race and John Hunter Nemechek's defeat. Hear about the No. 4 truck's early mistake, questionable decision making later in the race and what this loss may teach Nemechek. The Cup Series championship ultimately was decided by a late caution that brought all four title contenders down pit road. Should a caution have been called for the debris from David Starr's car? How would have the race played out if it stayed green? What do the guys think about a pit stop ultimately determining the champion? They share their thoughts on how everything unfolded and provide insight on an industry secret concerning lug nuts. Plus, they discuss how Kyle Larson ultimately pulled off the biggest victory of his career. Each series' champion is decided by the season finale each season. Is that the best way to determine who the sport awards the title of champion? The guys debate the idea of a single race championship and propose alternate ideas on how to determine the top team after an entire season. Tony Stewart called Kyle Larson the best race car driver he has ever seen after Larson's dominant season. The guys discuss the impressive list of accomplishments Larson achieved this year to earn that kudos and what it means coming from Stewart. Sunday marked the final race in the Gen 6 car era of the Cup Series. Find out what Denny Hamlin's crew chief Chris Gabehart had to say about the artistry of the sport dying with this car and why it has the guys sad to see it go. NASCAR President Steve Phelps said that fans who prefer a higher horsepower aero package are a “vocal minority” and that the data suggests “we have better racing right now than we've had arguably ever.” Does the crew agree with those bold statements? They dissect his comments and the direction NASCAR is headed in with its on-track product. Ryan Newman raised safety concerns about the Next Gen car at Phoenix and it surfaces a broader concern for the group regarding driver representation in the sport. Hear why they think if the new car is any less safe than the current car, it's unacceptable. Plus, they share why drivers need to have a seat at the table when NASCAR makes big decisions. Next, Daniel Hemric joins the show to talk all about winning his first career NASCAR race and championship all on the same night. Hear about his celebrations from the past few days, his mindset making a Dale Earnhardt-esque move on Austin Cindric at the line, and the bet he helped Bubba Wallace win with Michael Jordan. From one champion to the next, Truck Series' title winner Ben Rhodes joins next. He shares about how he made the right moves to secure the title, what he remembers about his legendary alcohol-influenced post-race press conference, and how getting rid of T.J. as his spotter elevated his performance. In Reaction Theatre, T.J. reveals his 2022 spotting plans, a Fireball challenge is proposed, Hamlin's haters weigh in, and the highlights from one intoxicated press conference are played. Lastly, a surprise to end the season as the inaugural DBC Year End Awards are presented by the boss, Mike Davis. Find out what critically acclaimed honors the gang earned in 2021 as they reflect back on some of the season's best moments.
NASCAR on NBC analyst Jeff Burton on a true team effort for Kyle Larson (1:00); did teams err in downplaying the importance of qualifying? (3:30); why the race didn't necessarily fall Larson's way (5:45); the overwhelming superiority of the No. 5 (8:00): ranking Larson among greats such as Mario Andretti (10:30); how Burton came around on Larson … and how Larson came around on NASCAR (13:00); is Kyle Larson the best race car driver in the world? (16:30); dreaming about a Kyle Larson-Lewis Hamilton matchup (18:30); the decision by Rick Hendrick to allow Kyle Larson so much dirt racing (21:30); will Larson's success spark a trend of Cup teams allowing their stars to moonlight more often? (24:00); putting a bow on the other contenders' seasons (28:00); how the Next Gen car affects the outlook of Hamlin and the entire Cup Series entering 2022 (32:00); how will teams redeploy their staffing into new departments? (34:30).
Loaded episode -3:19 Thursday Night Football review -5:16 DFS build for cash games -9:42 This week in the NFL -13:02 Dylan (dc_sportsguy) comes on and we talk NBA. We talk about the Lakers struggles, are the Cavs for real, the ceiling for Cade Cunningham, Celtics still struggling, and can Jazz win it -41:59 Dylan (dc_sportsguy) Talks college basketball. Dylan and I give out teams and players that we are high on for the upcoming college basketball season -62:15 Brandon (bostonboy83) talks Nascar. Brandon gives his thoughts on what Denny Hamlin did post race last week, and his thoughts on Hamlin's post race press conference. Then Brandon and I give out our bets for the final Nascar race of the season
How do you create a way of being so you show up every day as your best self? One who believes, is committed, and free. In this episode of Best Year Ever, Rachel Hamlin joins Rob Cressy to talk about creating freedom in yourself. Conversation topics include: Hustle culture and why work doesn't have to be hard The importance of creating who you are The power of belief and how to create more belief in yourself Creating an internal state of freedom How to find time to workout and creating a fitness mindset - Book a call with Rob: https://robcressy.com/coaching/ Level up with me by experiencing my 10 Foundational Mindsets: http://www.robcressy.com/transform/ - Connect with us: Rob Cressy - Instagram: @rob_cressy - LinkedIn: /cressy/ - Twitter: @RobCressy - Mindset & Personal Growth Coaching: www.RobCressy.com - Sports Content Studio: www.baconsports.com Rachel Hamlin - Instagram: @rhamlin - LinkedIn: /rachelhamlin/ - Website: https://www.rachel-hamlin.com/ - Best Year Ever is a podcast from Rob Cressy designed to inspire you to create your best year ever. It is for those who want to create growth, thought leadership, and impact in their business & personal life. From building your brand & marketing, to personal development & forward thinking strategies, to improving your mindset and helping others. Because the best way to have the best year ever is to have the best month ever, best week ever, best day ever, best hour ever, best minute ever, and best moment ever. Best Year Ever is a way of thinking and being. One way you can help support the show is by subscribing to Best Year Ever and letting your friends who are into personal development and entrepreneurship know about it. That way we can help them on their journey and grow all of our networks at the same time.
Episode 219: Kenny and Rene talk about the wild weekend at the Martinsville Speedway. They also talk about the rough day for some of the NASCAR Playoffs drivers. A preview of the drivers in the 2021 Championship 4. Then Kenny and Rene will give their predictions for the final race of the 2021 season at Phoenix Raceway. #AllTurnsNoBrakes
A tripleheader race weekend at Martinsville Speedway set the stage for NASCAR Championship Weekend. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft, and special guest Jeff Gluck of The Athletic return from Virginia to react to a wild two days of action. They begin by sharing their instant thoughts on how the NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday unfolded, including debating what served as the spark to the dramatic final 50 laps. T.J. shares the intensity that Brad Keselowski faced throughout the race and especially in the closing laps when he could sniff the win that would earn him a Championship 4 spot. Multiple instances of brake-checking occurred at Martinsville, including between Keselowski and Chase Elliott as they raced for third late in the day. Hear what events led up to the contact that sent the No. 9 car around as the event neared its finish. Then with 5 laps remaining, Alex Bowman spun leader Denny Hamlin as they fought for the top spot. Hear what the gang thinks of Bowman's move, whether it was warranted and what it says about racing with respect. Was it a cheap shot or just hard racing? Then the non-playoff vs playoff driver debate resurfaces and the guys share what they believe has changed in the driver's minds. After taking the checkered flag, Bowman returned to the frontstretch to celebrate where he was met by an angry No. 11 car. The crew reacts to Hamlin's actions on the track, the double-birds he displayed to Bowman and the choice words he had for the winner afterwards. Were his comments justified? Hear what the table thinks and what it means moving forward. Now the Cup Series title race will come down to a battle between Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing. Is this best for the sport? Who has the upper hand? How will it play out? The gang engages in a lively debate about what to expect in the season finale. Plus, hear their thoughts about if Martinsville could ever host the title race. The Xfinity Series race featured its share of action as its Championship 4 was determined. The always spicy Ty Gibbs had harsh comments for eventual winner Noah Gragson after contact sent the No. 54 car around. Find out what the guys think Gibbs lacks and why it has been impacting his performance throughout the season. A decision to stay out during Saturday night's race placed the slower car of Spencer Boyd right in the middle of the playoff mix. The group doesn't hold back airing their feelings about a car that typically runs in the back being a moving chicane at the front of the field as drivers raced for their seasons. Similar comments are shared when discussing the Truck Series race and how Austin Wayne Self nearly cost John Hunter Nemechek a shot at the championship. Find out whether the guys believe what he said afterwards and how the series has completely lost its respect. Plus, is it time for NASCAR to step in? Before Reaction Theatre, the DBC crew and listeners gets a sneak peek of a brand-new podcast coming soon to Dirty Mo Media. In Reaction Theatre, the fans are fired up after the ending of Sunday's race. Hear what they have to say to Denny Hamlin and then what the gang thinks about Hamlin's more unfiltered approach to life. The crew then makes championship picks for each of the three title races this weekend at Phoenix Raceway. They dissect what to look for in each event and breakdown the opportunities that the drivers fighting for the title will battle for. Then Gluck answers questions from the guys before leaving, including his thoughts on what transpired this season, the reaction to his column contrasting NASCAR and Formula 1, and what's next for him.
NASCAR on NBC analyst Steve Letarte on why the racing seems even more intense this year as the Round of 8 finale (1:00); why Steve didn't like Denny Hamlin interrupting Alex Bowman's burnout (3:30); an interesting analogy to the keyboard warriors (6:00); did Denny have a point? (8:00); should Bowman have gotten more credit for pulling over after knocking Hamlin from the lead earlier? (11:00); an appreciation for Hamlin's mastery of Martinsville (14:00); the trials of Martin Truex Jr. and the No. 19 (18:00); Team Penske's misses (20:00); the strength of the Championship 4 (24:00); is Kyle Larson the championship underdog somehow? (27:30); will the earlier Phoenix race results be an adequate predictor for the finale (30:00); sizing up Hamlin's chances to break through (32:00).
Kenny and Rene talk about the windy weekend at the Kansas Speedway. They also talk about the unfortunate day some Playoff drivers had at Kansas. A look at the current NASCAR Playoffs outlook going into Martinsville. Then Kenny and Rene will give their predictions for the final race of the Round of 8 at Martinsville Speedway. #AllTurnsNoBrakes
In this episode we sit down with my good friend Joey Hamlin of Pro Pest Control and Termite. Joey shares with us the impact that his father had on him as well as the community. As The Woodlands grew so did his fathers business, and after his passing Joey was able to take the torch and run with it. Joey has used his engaging personality and concrete business practices to make his company a house hold name in the. We also take a deep dive into Joey's thoughts on entrepreneurship and how one should treat their employees. So sit back, relax and enjoy this episode of The Be Someone Podcast.
“What kind of followers are we when we can claim Jesus as our savior, but don't show up when those who are suffering are in need?” It's easy to run or look away when we see others who are sick or face economic difficulties. As Canon Leonard Hamlin preached, our faith should help us to see what we don't want to see.
With the third-to-last race of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season nearly upon us, Bryan Nolen and Adam Cheek delve into the storylines, potential winners and more ahead of Sunday's (Oct. 24) race at Kansas Speedway. Will the conflict between Denny Hamlin and Chase Briscoe impact Hamlin's title pursuit? Are viewers going to see a ... Read more
Episode 217: Kenny talks about the crazy weekend at the Texas Motor Speedway. The late race incident between Martin Truex Jr and Daniel Suarez. He also discusses the current outlook of NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs following Texas. Then Kenny and Rene will give their predictions for the second race of the Round of 8 at the Kansas Speedway #AllTurnsNoBrakes
Only three races remain in the NASCAR season. Spotters T.J. Majors and Brett Griffin are in the Bojangles Studio to breakdown the weekend of action from Texas Motor Speedway. Hear the guys react to the (too?) long 500-mile afternoon in the Lone Star State, how absent Freddie Kraft's driver Bubba Wallace contributed to the attrition of the race and where a strong day leads Brad Keselowski and TJ in the playoff standings. The gang then dives into the continued Kevin Harvick vs Chase Elliott feud. NASCAR spoke to both parties involved last week, warning of serious consequences if their battle continued. Did both drivers abide by that? Should NASCAR be stepping in like this? The guys answer these questions and hear what Harvick said about Elliott post-race on Sunday. Kyle Busch was not very happy with his performance at Texas, vocally complaining about the racing over the radio. He went as far as sharing NASCAR Executive Vice President Steve O'Donnell's email over his radio. Find out what the crew thinks about Busch doing this and what repercussions it might have. Denny Hamlin and Chase Briscoe exchanged heated comments during Sunday's race, as contact between the two cut Briscoe's tire down. Hamlin wasn't very happy with how he was raced and delivered a fiery jab over the radio. Hear what he said and how their incident from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course race continues to linger. Following the race, Kyle Busch was asked about the lack of respect on the race track. Busch didn't hold back in his response, sharing how he believes the younger drivers have negatively impacted the respect shared among competitors. Do the spotters see the same thing in the NASCAR Cup Series? They explain. During last week's Next Gen test at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL, NASCAR confirmed the 2022 aero package. Does the gang agree with even lower horsepower next year? Their responses may surprise you. NASCAR President Steve Phelps gave strong praise for the Next Gen car last week, saying it will cure-all that currently ails NASCAR. Hear what the guys have to say about that comment and whether or not they think it will happen. The pre-race drivers meeting is likely an event of the past moving into 2022 and the table believes that is not a good decision. Listen to why the drivers meeting has served a very valuable purpose previously, even if it's not competition-related. Charter talk heated up again this week as 23XI Racing's deal for a second charter fell through. Hear what that says about the current market and how this may impact teams next season. Plus, hear what the spotters would like to see happen to open up the field to more competitors. In Reaction Theatre, Brett is accused of bias, the guys get into a faster car or fastest driver debate, TJ is warned ahead of Kansas and a sleep aid commercial makes its debut.
A special guest, Boyd Hamlin, Author of ACTITUDE: The Attitudes and Actions of a Positive Life, and creator of The Hero Builder stopped by for a chat. We discussed the vital need to instill positive attributes of character and integrity in our children and all those we connect with. Boyd also reminded us that you have to take action if you want your life to travel in a positive way. Relax with Stacy, Cassey and Boyd for a great chat.
On Episode 5 of Season One of the Political Regulators, #MrPolitics and Mayor Dixon speak with Senator Cory McCray of Baltimore City's 45th district to discuss the latest news and information regarding Maryland politics, including the upcoming redistricting process and more. And then they sit down with Avenue Bakery owner turned author James 'Jim' Hamlin about his latest book, 'On a Roll' and the history behind the historic Pennsylvania Avenue corridor. All that and more, here only at: www.dmvdaily.news
First credentialed weekend for Behind the Wall Media is in the books and we have storylines galore. We have the second chapter of Harvick vs. Hamlin, the Round of Eight set, and a chaotic finish in Xfinity Series action.
Episode 215: Kenny and Rene talk about the historic weekend at the Talladega Superspeedway. They discuss what Bubba Wallace's first win means to them. They also analyze the NASCAR Cup Series playoff standings with the elimination weekend coming up at Charlotte. Then Kenny and Rene will give their predictions for this weekend's race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval #AllTurnsNoBrakes
WGN Radio’s Rick Kogan is joined by author David Hamlin to talk about his most recent novel, Killer Cocktail. You can buy David’s book here. Follow Rick on Twitter at @rickkogan or on Facebook @afterhourswithrickkogan
Episode 214: Kenny and Rene talk about the action from the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. They discuss the importance of winning at Las Vegas before Talladega and the Roval. Then Kenny and Rene will give their predictions for this weekend's race at Talladega Superspeedway #AllTurnsNoBrakes
On this episode we look back on a rather boring race in Las Vegas. We look forward to the race in Talladega and make our picks for that race. Plus we update the playoff standings and the outlook each drive has for the next round.
A win in Vegas means Denny Hamlin can relax at Talladega, but will he? Brett McMillan is joined by Lee Spencer from Racinboys.com and Reid Spencer of the NASCAR Wire Service to discuss Kyle Larson's missed opportunity and if it could cost him with the unknowns of Talladega and the Roval looming. Plus, we discuss the playoff battles in the Xfinity and Truck Series after a couple of non-playoff contenders won in Las Vegas.
It wasn't the most exciting race last weekend in Las Vegas, but hopefully we're a little bit more entertaining discussing it. We talk about Denny Hamlin's win in Sin City, get more in-depth with the Xfinity and Truck races since they were actually good, and preview the upcoming weekend at Talladega SuperSpeedway. Show notes at www.thesuperspeedway.com.
David Hamlin joins Michael and Travis from his home in Bozeman, Montana. He's a college student whose active in campus ministry while simultaneously discipling three men in the words, ways, and works of Jesus. David shares how he moved from “passive faith to purpose” and explains how followers of Jesus are always “on the clock.” David is a breath of fresh air, and you won't regret your forty-five minutes of listening. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/great-awakening-by-b2g/message
A tripleheader of NASCAR Playoffs racing is in the books from Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Freddie Kraft returns from out west along with special guest, Cup race winning spotter Chris Lambert to breakdown all that unfolded from the weekend. First, learn about Lambert's background, how he took T.J. Majors' job back in the day and his path to working with Denny Hamlin for the last decade. Plus, hear his take on why Sunday's race at Las Vegas was such an important one to win. Drama from Las Vegas started early as the Truck Series put on a show. Hear the gang react to Sheldon Creed and Chandler Smith's crash and Creed saying he throttled up when the caution was displayed. NASCAR penalized Carson Hocevar later in the race for intentionally spinning to bring out a caution. Does this set a new precedent for penalties? The gang weighs in. Daniel Hemric announced he's headed to Kaulig Racing next year, on the same weekend where he became the driver with the most top-five finishes to never win a race in NASCAR history. Lambert shares his opinion on Hemric's career and what he may lack compared to his competition. On Sunday, Hendrick Motorsports looked primed for another standout performance. However, they may have shot themselves in the foot with pit strategy. Hear how they cost themselves the race and why it didn't faze the No. 11 team one bit. Kyle Busch was among the many drivers vocal about lapped cars on the radio during the Cup Series race. Hear Freddie explain why the problem isn't getting any better and there's again one team at the center of it. Lambert weighs in and discusses how much of an issue the slow cars have become. Hamlin's victory earns him a spot in the Round of 8 where he will look to make the Championship 4 for the second consecutive year. Is Hamlin better prepared for a title fight this year compared to last? His spotter tells us about the position the No. 11 team's in and what Hamlin does that could make the difference. Kevin Harvick didn't stop playing head games with Chase Elliott at Las Vegas. Hear what Harvick compared Elliott to and why it undoubtedly will have Elliott think twice while racing around the No. 4 car. Reports of what practice and qualifying will look like in 2022 surfaced last week and it has the crew concerned about how it will translate to the on-track product. Hear what to expect and some insight from the Next Gen test at Daytona. In Reaction Theatre, DBC goes international with callers from across the pond, fans are still mad at Kevin Harvick, and Casey Boat is welcomed back with a nice message and a new song.
He's a three-time Daytona 500 champion, veteran of the sport for over two decades and now the first spotter to appear on Victory Lane. Chris Lambert joins Davey for part one (20:30) of their fascinating and all-encompassing conversation. He details how he got into spotting despite not seeking it out, why he didn't pursue driving, growing up in Kannapolis and becoming involved in racing. He also explains the role spotters play besides just talking over the radio, why he wears four (!) radios during a race (and why he used to wear FIVE), how the job has evolved over the last two decades and his weekly interactions with NASCAR officials over the years. Spending more time with each other than their families, the spotters stand is a close fraternity, as Lambert explains. He's dealt with some strange happenings at track, involving fires, potholes and even bikini tops coming off (yes, really). Hear why Lambert called his time working at Red Bull Racing “by far the best working environment (he'd) ever been in,” how he spotted two cars simultaneously during the tandem drafting era, all the drivers he's worked with over the years and why he likes superspeedway racing more now than in previous eras. Plus, how his job differs from driver to driver, the first time he and Denny Hamlin worked together and why it didn't immediately click, why he was hesitant to spot for Hamlin in the first place but eventually agreed, his experience spotting the 24 Hours of Daytona and why he turned down a chance at spotting the Indianapolis 500 this year, a race that remains atop his spotting bucket list. Come back next week for part two of their chat, where Lambert opens up in one of the more serious episodes ever on Victory Lane. Davey recaps the insane weekend of racing from Bristol, whether Kevin Harvick or Chase Elliott is in the right or wrong, why whether or not you take your helmet off doesn't matter, his plea to let the drivers settle beef alone and the four drivers eliminated. In addition to a brief preview of Las Vegas, Papa Segal also pays homage to another NASCAR legend per usual.
Legendary Razorback defensive back Ken Hamlin joins the show to talk all things Hogs ahead of their matchup with Texas A&M on Saturday. Listen to him break it down with Q & Z, and then stick around as Ken serves as our celebrity guest picker this week in the Pick 'Em Contest. ------------- Want more? Subscribe to Hogs Plus to view video versions of every single episode. Also, follow The Razorback Daily on social media for behind-the-scenes content. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
Episode 212: Kenny talks about this past race weekend at Richmond Raceway. He will also talk about what playoff implication Richmond had, the brand new 2022 NASCAR Cup Series schedule and he and Rene will give their predictions for this weekend's race at Bristol Motor Speedway #AllTurnsNoBrakes
Alexander Gabriel from Charleston South Carolina is joined by Co-host Colin Hamlin to recap the week 1 college football games. Later the two preview the week 2 games of MSU and U of M.
Episode 211: Rene and Kenny talk about the wild race we all got to witness at Darlington Raceway. They also will give their thoughts on the drivers on the outside looking in, the NextGen car test at Daytona and give their predictions for this weekend's race at Richmond Raceway #AllTurnsNoBrakes
The first race of the 2021 NASCAR Playoffs is complete after an action-packed weekend of racing at Darlington Raceway. T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are in studio to react to all that played out in the tripleheader at “The Lady in Black.” It was a big weekend for Door Bumper Clear's presenting sponsor Offerpad as Denny Hamlin wheeled his No. 11 Offerpad Toyota to Victory Lane. The gang discusses Hamlin's first win of the season and where his Southern 500 triumph stacks him up in NASCAR Hall of Fame pecking order. Kyle Busch had an eventful Sunday night as he wrecked early, drove too fast into the garage and gave a fiery interview after retiring from the event. The crew analyzes the fine he received and his comments about his car and team, and their preparation for each race. A last corner Hail Mary nearly worked out in second-place finisher Kyle Larson's favor in the Southern 500. How did the guys react to that move and Larson coming up short? They share their thoughts and who was probably angry after seeing it happen. Derek Kraus isn't making too many friends on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series circuit this season. An incident with Lawless Alan led to some harsh comments from Alan and Niece Motorsports' Twitter account. Kraus' spotter Freddie is open and honest, explaining his feelings about Kraus' unnecessary aggressiveness this year. NASCAR is reportedly moving the season-opening exhibition race, the Clash, to the Los Angeles Coliseum. Where did this idea come from and is it something the spotters support? They analyze the move and what it means for the teams heading into next season. Kyle Busch voiced his displeasure about the direction the Next Gen car is taking the sport in 2022. Hear what the gang has to say about the overall direction NASCAR is moving towards with the new car and the unknown's teams are discovering as they begin testing multiple cars together. In Reaction Theatre, Casey gets a call after her daughter's first birthday party, T.J. gets his colonoscopy results and a drunk fan calls in from the grandstands at Darlington. Then heading into Richmond Raceway, T.J. talks about getting back together with Dale Earnhardt Jr. in Saturday's Xfinity Series race as Dale Jr. climbs back behind the wheel.
Scott Disick and Amelia Hamlin have ended their relationship after around 11 months of dating. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's return to the U.K. might happen sooner than we ever expected. For TV's biggest stars like Jennifer Aniston, key roles on successful shows mean huge paychecks – including getting residual checks called royalties. OKMagazine.com editor Donny Meacham joins Rob! Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this episode we break down the Southern 500, which proved eventful for playoff contenders. We talk about Denny Hamlin's win, Kyle Busch's temper tantrum and penalty and more. We preview the upcoming weekend at Richmond Raceway and talk about the possibility of the Clash being held at the LA Colosseum. Show notes at www.thesuperspeedway.com.
Andrew Freund is dishin' with The Card Counter's Tiffany Haddish and Tye Sheridan! Plus, you'll never guess which celebrities are 'Thirst trapping with the Stars,' and we're still celebrating Beyonce's 40th birthday and the birth of Cardi B and Offset's second baby on today's Dish Nation!
The playoffs kicked off at Darlington and Denny Hamlin punched his ticket to the next round with his first win of the year! Doug Rice is joined by PRN's Alexis Erickson and Brad Gillie, plus Hermie Sadler is our special guest. Hermie explains what makes Hamlin so good at Darlington and tells us why it truly is NASCAR's toughest test. Many playoff contenders had trouble during the Southern 500, but whose misfortune was the biggest setback? We debate that and a whole lot more on this week's show!
Each year in the US, Approximately 17 million tons of textile waste are placed into landfills and Scott Hamlin is on a mission to change that. Scott is the founder of Looptworks, a Portland, Oregon based company that re-purposes and upcycles abandoned, pre-consumer and post-consumer materials into limited edition products. Their end goal: zero waste. From leather airplane seats, to NBA jerseys and Patagonia fly fishing waders, Lootpworks takes these unwanted products and materials and transforms them into something new, useful and incredibly unique. And, in the process they limit the use of natural resources and reduce carbon emissions. In this episode, Scott will share with you easy ways to reduce your consumption and make more sustainable choices. About Scott Hamlin Scott Hamlin is the founder and CEO of Looptworks, a certified B corporation and mission-driven brand that gives new, higher value life to excess textile materials in pursuit of circularity. With industry experience at adidas AG, Jockey International and Royal Robbins, Hamlin is considered a thought leader on the circular economy. His passion is focused on re-imagining product creation with a focus on zero waste and closed loop manufacturing methods. By re-using the world's pre and post-consumer excess, the Portland, Oregon based brand aims to eliminate global textile waste, while inspiring people to reduce their impact on the planet. Hamlin was recognized for his work in the area of sustainable capitalism and was selected to participate on a panel with former Vice President and Nobel Peace Laureate, Al Gore as a pioneer of sustainable industries. He has served as the keynote speaker at Temple University's Social Entrepreneurship Conference, as well as speaking engagements at Harvard University, The Green Biz Forum, Sustainable Brands, and many other universities and business conferences both in the US and internationally. Connect with Scott LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-hamlin-b989415/ Website https://www.looptworks.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Looptworks Instagram https://www.instagram.com/looptworks/ Twitter https://twitter.com/looptworks
Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft are back from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course and its inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race with plenty to discuss. Brett came home a winner as a chaotic finish allowed AJ Allmendinger to capitalize for his second career Cup victory. Hear Brett detail how the road course ace put himself in position to win and what the first Cup triumph means for Kaulig Racing. While Allmendinger and Brett celebrated, the rest of the crew fell victim to the troublesome curb in Turn 6. T.J. shares what happened to Joey Logano as he smashed into the tire barriers while running near the front when the curb came up. Freddie explains his feelings towards the penalty Bubba Wallace received for avoiding the remaining “ramp” in the Turn 6 chicane during Overtime. After multiple cars hit the orange turtle in Turn 6 during the first lap of Saturday's Xfinity Series race, the track removed the turtle ahead of Sunday's event. Was that the right call? Or did it invite drivers to push the limits of that corner even more? The guys debate. Curbs became part of the story again in the Cup Series race as Turn 6 proved troublesome throughout the event. On a late restart, disaster struck as the curb shredded cars and caused a major pileup at the front of the field. Should NASCAR have thrown a yellow flag the lap prior? How can this situation be fixed? The crew weighs these questions after the costly mistake. The final restart created more drama as Denny Hamlin and Chase Briscoe went head-to-head into the first corner. As Briscoe was forced wide, Hamlin secured the lead. However, Briscoe cut back across the grass onto the track and was penalized. He then spun leader Hamlin and both cars were then out of contention. The gang discusses whether Briscoe knew about the penalty or not and whether taking out Hamlin was a clean or dirty move. Due to the event running long, the broadcast shifted from NBC to NBC Sports Network. Why did that need to happen? The guys explain the decision making behind the move. The charter market remains hot and the latest rumors involve 23XI Racing and Front Row Motorsports. Could a deal be in the works for 23XI to secure more charters? Hear a few theories on the next silly season dominos to fall. In Reaction Theatre, fans let it all out in response to the curb chaos, big wrecks, Briscoe spinning Hamlin and much more. Plus, was that Toby Keith who called in and played a song? The guys also discuss other on track problems from Sunday including a car oiling down the entire surface and a safety truck on track during qualifying. As the playoffs approach, Richard Childress Racing's two cars are battling for the final spot. The guys discuss how they expect the teammates to race each other in the coming weeks.