Sam Dahmani, délégué général de la French Tech Lille, et Marc-Henri Frouin, fondateur de Niryo, étaient les invités de Christophe Jakubyszyn dans Good Morning Business, ce jeudi 21 octobre. Ils sont revenus sur le poids de la french tech lilloise ainsi que sur le robot industriel développé par Niryo sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission dulundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
The royal wedding of Marguerite de Valois and Henri de Navarre on 18 August 1572, was designed to reconcile France's Catholics and Protestants - or Huguenots. But six days later, the execution of Protestant leaders led to a massacre by Catholics of thousands more Protestants in Paris and across France. In this edition of Not Just the Tudors, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb is joined by Dr. Sophie Nicholls - who is currently writing a popular history of the French Wars of Religion - to explore the events and tensions that led to one of the most frenzied and brutal outbreaks of religious violence in early modern history. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tom Secker is here to talk with us about The Rock, the 1996 film starring Sean Connery, Nicolas Cage, and Ed Harris. A rogue U.S. Marine general, in command of a squad of special ops marines, takes a group of tourists hostage on Alcatraz Island, the former Civil War Fort and notorious prison where Al Capone, among many others, were imprisoned. Main website: https://www.fortressonahill.com Let me guess. You're enjoying the show so much, you'd like to leave us a review?! https://lovethepodcast.com/fortressonahill Email us at email@example.com Check out our t-shirt store on Spreadshirt.com: https://bit.ly/3qD63MW Not a contributor on Patreon? You're missing out on amazing bonus content! Sign up to be one of our patrons today! - https://www.patreon.com/fortressonahill A special thanks to our Patreon honorary producers - Will Ahrens, Fahim Shirazee, James O'Barr, Adam Bellows, Eric Phillips, Paul Appell, Julie Dupris, Thomas Benson, Janet Hanson, Tristan Oliver, Daniel Fleming, Michael Caron, Zach H, Ren Jacob, Howard Reynolds, Why I am Antiwar Podcast, Korgoth, Alejandro, and the Statist Quo Podcast. You all are the engine that helps us power the podcast. Thank you so much!!! Not up for something recurring like Patreon, but want to give a couple bucks?! Visit https://paypal.me/fortressonahill to contribute!! Fortress On A Hill is hosted, written, and produced by Chris 'Henri' Henrikson, Danny Sjursen, and Keagan Miller. https://bit.ly/3yeBaB9 Intro / outro music "Fortress on a hill" written and performed by Clifton Hicks. Click here for Clifton's Patreon page: https://bit.ly/3h7Ni0Z Cover and website art designed by Brian K. Wyatt Jr. of B-EZ Graphix Multimedia Marketing Agency in Tallehassee, FL: https://bit.ly/2U8qMfn Note: The views expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts alone, expressed in an unofficial capacity, and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Army, Department of Defense, or the U.S. government.
Henri Cash of Starcrawler and Cash & Skye joines Dwyer to talk about growing up in a music family, listening in on AA meetings as a kid, his love of Tuba, the MC5, candy, and his new project with his partner Sophia Skye. Opening Song, "No More Candy," by Cash & Skye Buy the Cash & Skye 7 inch from Third Man Records HERE Cash & Skye Instagram HERE Starcrawler Bandcamp HERE Starcrawler Instagram HERE Get your Website From Kelly Dwyer HERE All Things Matt Dwyer HERE Conversations With Dwyer is Produced and Hosted by Matt DwyerConsulting Producer - Dusting Marshall See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In January 2015, Martin and Teresa Van Breda were enjoying having their oldest son, 22 year old Rudi home from university in Australia. The family's other two children, 20 year old Henri and 16 year old Marli, also lived with their parents in the town of Stellenbosch in the south west of South Africa. Marli was nearing the end of her high school education. Like Rudi, Henri had also been studying in Australia, but dropped out of university and moved back home in 2014, to take a ‘gap year' to reconsider his plans.Like many upper middle class South Africans, the family lived in a secure, gated, luxury housing estate. For all its beauty and cultural diversity, the risks associated with both visiting and living in South Africa are oftentimes confronting. The country is known for its high rates of violent crime, including murder, rape, carjacking, robbery and home invasions. Violent crimes such as home invasions occur not just at night, but at all hours of the day. Many intruders prefer to break into homes when occupants are home, so they can readily hand over concealed valuables while any alarms are deactivated. For many privileged families, opting to live in a gated community with 24 hour security provides reassurance that the risk of home invasions is minimal. Most of the time, that is.CW: family violence, drug use-Visit us online at obscuracrimepodcast.com-Support Obscura on Patreon and unlock the exclusive Black Label episodes: www.patreon.com/obscuracrimepodcastEpisode Sponsors: Get key nutrients without the BS. Ritual is offering Obscura listeners 10% off during your first 3 months. Visit Ritual.com/obscura to start your Ritual today.
In this episode, I continued my discussion with Chuck Hoff about Vincent van Gogh. We covered the later part of his life and career after he moved to France. The painting we specifically focused our attention on was The Starry Night from 1889. During the episode, we also briefly discussed The Night Cafe and Starry Night Over the Rhone. 1886 Vincent van Gogh moved to Paris and lived with Theo. This is where his work started to become much more colorful. While still continuing his studies in Paris, he is getting to know other artists like Emile Bernard and Henri de Toulouse Lautrec. Theo found living with Vincent to be unbearable and in 1887, Vincent moved to a suburb where he got to know the pointilist painter Paul Signac. Vincent adopted some of their technique. One of the things and optical color theory is the use of complimentary colors to create vibrant effects. Vincent once wrote of a painting, that he “tried to express the terrible passions of humanity by means of red and green.” In 1888 he moved to Arles. His hope was to get a fresh start and eventually form an artist colony. This was one of his most prolific periods. Most people don't realize in just a decade, van Gogh created about 2100 works of art and a good deal of that collection came in just the last two years of his life. This is where he had the yellow house that he shared with Gauguin for some time. Many of his famous works such as the sunflowers, his bedroom, the night cafe came from this period. Van Gogh was super excited to have Gauguin come stay with him. He prepped the place and he kind of went over budget buying furniture but wanted to impress his new roommate. Over time the friendship soured. It was after a fight between the two of them that Vincent cut his ear off. Exactly what happened is unclear. The generally accepted story is that Gauguin was going to leave, van Gogh was distraught and chased after him, they had a heated exchange and van Gogh took a razor to his ear. As odd as this sounds, there was a character in a book who did something similar at this time and Vincent was known to have a history of self-injury. He believed he had chased away his friend and ruined his chance at his dream of an artist colony. There are others who believe that Gauguin cut off Vincent's ear in the heat of an argument. After the ear incident, Vincent needed serious medical attention. For a while it was not clear whether he would survive and he claimed to have no memory of the incident indicating it happened during a severe mental breakdown. He stayed in a few hospitals for his physical and psychological problems. In 1889, he painted Portrait of Dr. Felix Rey. Apparently the doctor didn't think much of the painting and used it to repair a chicken coop before ultimately giving it away. I cannot help but wonder how that conversation went “Here take this portrait of me.” seems odd enough, but then adding “it was made by an unstable man and it was temporarily used to patch a hole in my chicken coop.” and someone else responded “sounds good. I'll hang that in my home.” The portrait that would have been featured on redneck repairs is now in a museum and valued over $50 million. Van Gogh entered the asylum at Saint Remy on May 8, 1889. It seems like this was a nice asylum. He had two cells, one of which he could use as a studio. The asylum at Saint Remy was run by progressives who believed that people would benefit from time out with nature and there were gardens around and Vincent was allowed to walk the grounds. In some ways, this was likely the healthiest he was during his artistic career because he was getting regular meals, or distracted by vices like drinking. While he was free to work and painted quite a bit, he was limited in subject matter. He could walk the grounds a bit and did paint some landscapes but he also relied quite heavily on inspiration from other artists' works as well as re-working some of his older pieces. This is the period where we see all of his swirls and distortions coming through. When talking about a bundle of his paintings sent to Theo, Vincent referred to Starry Night as nothing special (He said some other things like a wheat field, mountain, orchard were a little good and lumped Starry Night in with “the rest” that meant nothing to him). In a tragic bit of irony, while today it is considered to be one of the greatest masterpieces ever painted, Vincent van Gogh considered The Starry Night to be a failure. As always, you can find images of the work discussed along with other resources on the website www.whoartedpodcast.com. If you have any connections, corrections or suggestions you would like to share, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
On the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Jeff Platt and Chad Holloway come to you from the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. They bring you up to speed on all the big stories and winners from the series including recent GGPoker Ambassador Jason Koon getting the bracelet money off his back and a former WSOP Main Event champ claiming the Mixed Game Festival $30,000 Platinum Pass. They also chat about early champs bolstered by behind-the-scenes interviews with winners including Koon, Ari Engel, and Yuval Bronshtein. Plus, they chat with online crusher Henri 'buttonclickr' Puustinen, who is considered one of the best heads-up players in the world. Big thanks to the special sponsor this week in Elite Chip Care. Time Stamps *Time|Topic* 00:24 | Welcome to the show 01:28 | Sponsor: Elite Chip Care 02:20 | WSOP $25K Heads-Up Championship crowns a winner 02:46 | One of online poker's best makes final four 04:42 | Interview w/ Henri 'buttonclickr' Puustinen 07:10 | Jason Koon gets the bracelet monkey off his back 09:20 | Winner interview w/ Jason Koon 13:30 | Phil Hellmuth comes up short of bracelet No. 16 15:15| Ari Engel captures second career bracelet after heads-up marathon 17:15 | Winner interview w/ Ari Engel 20:00 | Yuval Bronshtein goes from career low to high – in five days! 21:35 | Winner interview w/ Yuval Bronshtein 28:10 | Greg Raymer wins Mixed Games Festival Platinum Pass 30:56 | Sponsor: GGPoker New episodes are slated to be released every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during the 2021 WSOP. We'll be bringing you all the latest from the 2021 WSOP along with interviews straight from the tournament floor!
Philosopher Charles Taylor joins Miroslav Volf and Ryan McAnnally-Linz for a two-part conversation about what's gone wrong with our democracies and finding common moral understanding. They discuss Christian nationalism, authoritarian government, the future viability of Christian faith and practice, the chaos of the post-truth epistemic crisis that's rampant in political dialogue today, the role of social media in that crisis, and Taylor's most recent thinking about the growth of common ethical understanding in a world that often fails to live up to those shared moral principles of respect, dignity, and care.(Part 1 of a 2-part series)This episode was made possible in part by the generous support of the Tyndale House Foundation. For more information, visit tyndale.foundation.Introduction: Ryan McAnnally-LinzThe human world today is not the same as it was three hundred years ago. Far from it. Technology, economics, politics, art, culture—all have seen transformations, even revolutions, around the globe. Thirty years ago, a triumphalist narrative of these changes was in vogue: “modernity,” it was said, had solved humanity's perennial problems, broken through our narrow-minded ethical traditions, and set us towards a future of comfort and perpetual peace after, in Francis Fukuyama's phrase, “the end of history.” Even three years ago, we thought the world was different. I mean, I did. No wonder so many of us are trying to understand the revolutions and mechanics of human society. If you're paying attention, you're driven to understand. And so columnists and talking heads—academics and public intellectuals—not to mention your radicalized high school friend on Facebook—we all have these theories about ideal human society and culture, and, like how the hell we wound up here. Unfortunately, our desire to know and understand often exceeds our abilities to perceive and explain.Charles Taylor is our guest for the next two episodes of For the Life of the World. He sees human life and action not as something to be explained, but to be elucidated, lived with, and made sense of. Over 7 decades, he's produced an astonishing and magisterial body of work, spanning social theory, religion, epistemology, history, politics, the self, aesthetics, science, technology, and more.But you might be surprised to know that 30 years ago he described himself as a "monomaniac"—he meant that his ultimate concern is really singular: human life. The one issue that motivates his entire body of work is "philosophical anthropology." But answering the questions of what human persons are and what it means to live a life worthy of that humanity, he says, requires thinking along the borders and intersections of the massive diversity of human society and culture.He has a long history of political engagement as well. As an undergraduate at Oxford in 1955, he launched one of the first campaigns to ban nuclear weapons. During the '60s he ran several times for Canadian parliament as a major-party candidate, but fell short by a small margin each time. The result for us, of course, is gratitude for the incredible body of work that came in the wake of his attempts to gain office, including Sources of the Self, The Ethics of Authenticity, A Secular Age, The Language Animal—all the way up to his 2020 book, Reconstructing Democracy: How Citizens Are Building from the Ground Up.Taylor graciously joined Miroslav and me this summer for a long conversation about what's gone wrong with our democracies and finding common moral understanding. We cover a lot of ground, discussing Christian nationalism, authoritarian government, the future viability of Christian faith and practice, the chaos of the post-truth epistemic crisis that's rampant in political dialogue today, the role of social media in that crisis, and Taylor's most recent thinking about the growth of common ethical understanding in a world that often fails to live up to those shared moral principles of respect, dignity, and care. We'll run this conversation in two parts, this week and next. Special thanks goes to many of you listeners and friends who responded with thoughtful and important questions. Those questions helped to frame this conversation. Thanks for listening.Show NotesCharles Taylor's history of political engagement and his interest in philosophyWhat role did Vatican II, especially on freedom of religion, play on Taylor's politics? Catholic intellectuals: French philosopher and theologian Emmanuel Mounier and French priest Henri de LubacIntegralism and DominionismFrom Constantine on, we've lived with ChristendomChristendom is a "straight jacket for spiritual growth of the Christian faith."What is the telos of history? The Pope Francis approach: "Stop worrying about defending what's there and you reach out and just be a Christian."Democracy isn't functioning the way it should be.Voting for Trump: "It'd be laughable if it weren't cryable.""If Trump pulled off his coup d'etat, that would be so catastrophic for the Western democratic world."Democracies worldwide aren't in good shape: in what respects and what's underlying that?Are we seeing the erosion of (1) common sense of identity and (2) universal principles of democracy?"Even common human nature is being called into question.""Democracy is no longer perceived as a moral ideal, but is simply a tool of governance.""The fear of White replacement": The problem with political alignment that resists White minoritization. "The fear of being replaced is very profound."Question from Peng Yin (Emory University): "In A Secular Age, you described a rather uplifting modern social imaginary. Society is a realm of mutual benefits where our purposes mesh. In the present moment, however, society is increasingly seen in conflictual terms, as no more than a theatre of competing interests. Has that social imaginary you captured more than a decade ago vanished in our current crises of democracy? If so, do you see any prospect for its recovery?"Question from listener Lynette Roth: "In a polarized world, where the divisions are falling along religious lines (and the religions are black-and-white, take no prisoners), how is democracy (where every voice counts) possible? How can democracy and religious conservatives live together?"Entrenched in political tribal factions. "Fear that we're going to disappear—that our version of Christianity is going to leave the earth."Second only to "Follow me" in the scriptures is the phrase: "Be not afraid.""This is not the end of the story."Hope for the future: "The evangelical virtue that we need."Production NotesThis podcast featured philosopher Charles Taylor, theologian Miroslav Volf, and theologian Ryan McAnnally-LinzEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan & Nathan JowersA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give
Today in botanical history, we celebrate a Spanish botanist, a Swiss poet and diarist, and an American industrialist. We'll hear an excerpt from a best-selling book where the main character is a 12-year-old girl named September. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that offers a year of fantastic wild flower paintings and notes. And then we'll wrap things up with a lab girl - a scientist whose incredible book was released just five years ago. Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy. 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Curated News New books: how designers see the world | Wallpaper.com | Jonathan Bell Important Events September 27, 1777 Birth of Simón de Rojas Clemente, Spanish botanist, intellectual, politician, and spy. He is regarded as the father of European ampelography (the identification and classification of grapevines). Today a statue of Simón overlooks the Royal Botanical Garden in Madrid. In the early 1800s, Simón taught Arabic. One of his students, Domingo Badía Leblich, invited Simón on an extensive trip through Africa from the Atlas Mountains to the Nile. Anticipating resistance from locals, Domingo and Simón disguised themselves as Muslims and even changed their names. Simón became Mohamad Ben-Alí. And at some point after joining the expedition, Simón learned the true reason for the trip: spying on North Africa for Manuel Godoy, the First Secretary of State of Spain. Simón went on to explore Andalusia before returning to Madrid, where he served as the director of the Royal Botanical Garden library. In 1820, Simón planted a collection of grapevines at the Madrid Royal Botanic Garden. To this day, Simón's grapes are among the wine and table grapes grown in the garden since the 18th century. Simón's herbarium contained 186 specimens of grapes, which remain in excellent condition. They are especially prized because they are the oldest collection of grapevines and because Simón collected them before phylloxera arrived in Spain. Today Simón's grapevine specimens have been genetically analyzed thanks to modern DNA testing. September 27, 1821 Birth of Henri Frederic Amiel, Swiss philosopher & poet. He is remembered for his Journal Intime, which he kept from 1847 until twenty-two days before he died in 1881. On August 26, 1868, he wrote, Say to yourself that you are entering upon the autumn of your life; that the graces of spring and the splendors of summer are irrevocably gone, but that autumn, too, has its beauties. The autumn weather is often darkened by rain, cloud, and mist, but the air is still soft, and the sun still delights the eyes, and touches the yellowing leaves caressingly: it is the time for fruit, for harvest, for the vintage, the moment for making provision for the winter. My life has reached its month of September. May I recognize it in time, and suit thought and action to the fact! He also wrote, A modest garden contains, for those who know how to look and to wait, more instruction than a library. September 27, 1877 Birth of James Drummond Dole, American industrialist. Known as the “Pineapple King,” he founded the pineapple industry in Hawaii. His Hawaiian Pineapple Company (HAPCO) later became the Dole Food Company. In 1899, James made his way to Hawaii after graduating from Harvard. After realizing that the native Kona pineapple could not be grown commercially, he started growing a Florida variety known as Smooth Cayenne on sixty acres. The local newspapers scoffed at his idea. James persisted and hired help to create a machine that could process one hundred pineapples every minute. He also aggressively marketed pineapple in mainland America. Within twenty years, Hawaiian pineapples dominated the market. In the first half of the 20th century, the popularity of the pineapple upside-down cake further helped the pineapple become mainstream. In terms of their makeup, pineapples contain an enzymatic protein called bromelain - a chemical that prevents gelatin from setting. Once a pineapple is heated for canning, the bromelain is destroyed, which is why canned pineapple can be used successfully with jello. Today, Hawaii produces only .13 of the world's pineapple. Unearthed Words She liked anything orange: leaves; some moons; marigolds; chrysanthemums; cheese; pumpkin, both in pie and out; orange juice; marmalade. Orange is bright and demanding. You can't ignore orange things. She once saw an orange parrot in the pet store and had never wanted anything so much in her life. She would have named it Halloween and fed it butterscotch. Her mother said butterscotch would make a bird sick and, besides, the dog would certainly eat it up. September never spoke to the dog again — on principle. ― Catherynne M. Valente, The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making Grow That Garden Library Wild Flowers of Britain by Margaret Erskine Wilson This book came out in 2016, and the subtitle is Month by Month. Here's what the publisher wrote about this book: Margaret Erskine Wilson, late President of Kendal Natural History Society, was a keen amateur botanist and watercolorist. In 1999, she donated to the Society 150 sheets of water-colour paintings representing a thousand British and Irish plants in flower and fruit, painted in situ over many years and in various places. At the time she donated the paintings to Kendal Natural History Society, she wrote: Begun in 1943/4 for a friend who said, 'I might learn the names of flowers if you drew them for me, in the months they're in flower'! The result is this beautiful, previously unpublished book of all her accurate and informative illustrations, painted over a period of 45 years. Over a thousand British and Irish flowers are represented in this book, and it still today serves Margaret Erskine Wilson's original purpose - it is an easy way to learn the names of our delicate and beautiful wild flowers. This book is 176 pages of a year's worth of Margaret Erskine Wilson's extraordinary paintings, notes, the English common names, and the scientific names. You can get a copy of Wild Flowers of Britain by Margaret Erskine Wilson and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $12 Today's Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart September 27, 1969 Birth of Hope Jahren, American geochemist and geobiologist. In her work at the University of Oslo in Norway, she analyzes fossil forests dating to the Eocene. Her popular book Lab Girl (2016) is part memoir and part ode to nature. In Lab Girl, she wrote, There are botany textbooks that contain pages and pages of growth curves, but it is always the lazy-S-shaped ones that confuse my students the most. Why would a plant decrease in mass just when it is nearing its plateau of maximum productivity? I remind them that this shrinking has proved to be a signal of reproduction. As the green plants reach maturity, some of their nutrients are pulled back and repurposed toward flowers and seeds. Production of the new generation comes at a significant cost to the parent, and you can see it in a cornfield, even from a great distance. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: “For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.”
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They say a man is often measured by the way he treats and takes care of his family. In the Season 4 Finale of True Crime Horror Story, your host JD Horror tells the story of three cases of Family Annihilators. Some called them dad... some called them brother... some called them son... but in the end the world would call them by their true name: Monsters.Case #1: Poor Little Rich Boy - The Van Breda family lived in a ritzy gated community in South Africa. The kind of place you would feel safe to raise a family in. That was until 20 year old Henri placed a call to emergency services with the shocking claim that invaders had hacked his family to death with an axe, but the truth was much more disturbing. (Henri Van Breda, Stellenbosch, South Africa)Case #2: The Mockingbird Hill Massacre - Ronald Gene Simmons' wife and children lived under the constant threat of his abuse. When his wife Becky finally decided that she had enough, all she wanted was one last family Christmas before fleeing his iron hand. Unfortunately, it would lead to the deaths of the entire Simmons family. (Ronald Gene Simmons, Arkansas, USA)Case #3: Deadly Deception - Jean Claude Romand build his extravagant life on a series of lies, but his castles in the sky would eventually come crashing down not just for him but for his entire family. (Jean Claude Romand, France)If you like what you hear here on True Crime Horror Story please subscribe and give us a 5 star review. You can also think about joining our Patreon At www.patreon.com/truecrimehs and then Stay tuned after this show on Patreon for the True Crime Horror Story After Show w/ Dom & JD as well as early access to Ad free episodes and exclusive bonus content available only on Patreon.This episode features research and writing by Mis Demeanor, music byMechanical Ghost, Producer LB from the No One Likes Us Podcast, and The Quiet Type as well as Artwork by Nuclear Heat Graphics. Sources for this episode's case are available in the credits section of our website.Has violent crime impacted you or someone close to you? Send us your story at email@example.comTrue Crime Horror Story. Sometimes Truth is more brutal than fiction.
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are joined by Lauren and Henri de la Vega — a husband and wife southbounding the Continental Divide Trail to complete their triple crown. We take a journey down memory lane in both romance and trails and get an in-depth play-by-play on their CDT hike thus far. This chat paints an awesome picture of some of the alternates that are available, how to spot geothermal activity under the ground when in the backcountry of Yellowstone, and risk tolerances based on experiences from the PCT. It ends with the cutest Q&A, trek propaganda on a breakout of COVID in the AT portion of Maine, a heated triple crown of cereals, and more. Backcountry.com discount code: Use code “backpackerradio” at backcountry.com/backpackerradio to get 15% off your first full price purchase Gossamer Gear discount code: Use code “poopstory” for 15% off at Gossamergear.com. 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Interview with Lauren & Henri de la Vega Lauren's Instagram Henri's Instagram Lauren & Henri's Guiding Company Time stamps & Questions 00:04:15 - QOTD: How was your last week? 00:09:54 - General Reminders: Wisconsin meetups & new intern 00:11:45 - Guest introductions 00:13:18 - Did you meet on trail? 00:15:42 - Did the woman you babysat for officiate your wedding? 00:16:05 - Did you both have an interest in thru-hiking? 00:17:01 - How long had you been dating when you started the AT? 00:17:23 - Did you enjoy the transition to sharing the same tent, and giving up your personal space? 00:19:04 - How is SOBOing the CDT going? 00:19:50 - When did you start the CDT? 00:19:55 - What was the weather like at the time? 00:20:34 - Were there any big gear changes from the AT/PCT/CDT? 00:21:24 - Did the tent give you peace of mind with the bears? 00:22:20 - What was your reaction when you thought a bear collapsed the tent? 00:22:50 - Did the fires impact your hike? 00:25:28 - What was the scenery like on the Big Sky route? 00:26:03 - How many miles have you hiked? 00:27:57 - How does your mileage tracking impact your resupply? 00:30:15 - What's the most amount of people you think you've seen on a given day? 00:30:53 - Are you finding it's primarily hikers on their 3rd trail, or beginners? 00:31:29 - What's the wildlife been like? 00:35:17 - Is the pika encounter the scariest animal encounter you've had in your life? 00:35:34 - When you walked through Yellowstone, were you able to do some sightseeing? 00:36:36 - Weren't you worried about the thermal areas while hiking? 00:37:32 - How do you identify thermal areas? 00:39:20 - Were you able to identify any of the thermal areas yourself? 00:41:00 - Can the thermal hot springs be used as a water source? 00:41:14 - Are people swimming in these spots? 00:42:38 - When were you passing through Yellowstone? 00:42:44 - Where do you go after Yellowstone? 00:44:49 - Was the alternate to Jackass Pass similar to Mahoosuc Notch? 00:45:36 - How long is the alternate in comparison to Mahoosuc Notch? 00:47:10 - Did you look at photos before getting to the CDT destinations? 00:48:07 - Since you didn't see photos beforehand, were you surprised by your reaction to some of the views or spots? 00:49:02 - What were your “Oh shit!” moments on the trails? 01:04:33 - What was underneath the hole you created on Mather Pass? 01:06:46 - Did people on Facebook weigh in on what the hole was? 01:08:18 - Was it Strawberry or Tree? 01:10:54 - Did Strawberry's accident impact your risk tolerance? 01:13:40 - Where were you Guiding in New York? 01:13:55 - Is it for kids or adults? 01:14:49 - Is it a course you take to become a Guide? 01:15:46 - What types of questions are asked that could be completed on the scantron? 01:16:36 - Back to the CDT, was there anything else to mention about the Wind River Range? 01:23:13 - Filtering cow shit water 01:24:06 - What happens after the basin? 01:25:43 - When you're doing a stretch of roadway, where do you camp at night? 01:29:14 - What do you say to a cop when you get in trouble for camping on the road? 01:29:46 - Was there anything notable about Colorado we should hit on? 01:34:48 - Does it make you feel better to check the elevation gain of your hike? 01:35:51 - When playing fuck/marry/kill, why would you kill the CDT? 01:36:23 - When did you complete your 14ers 01:36:48 - Is Leadville the last town you were in? 01:38:06 - What are you looking forward to next? 01:39:19 - Did you go into Montbell while you were in Denver, to get puffy pants? 01:42:50 - What's your biggest pet peeve about each other while on the trail? 01:45:40 - What is the most endearing thing the other person has done? 01:47:48 - How do you fish when on trail? 01:48:15 - If you catch something do you keep it or catch and release? 01:49:49 - What's one thing that made you want to murder the other person while on trail? 01:52:22 - If you were to write a dating bio for the other person, in a hiking theme, what would you write? 01:55:38 - Give me your joint dating profile bio, as a couple, for a trail magic sugar momma 01:56:44 - Thanks for joining us Lauren & Henri! 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On August 31st, at approximately 12:30am, in a tunnel in Paris, the Mercedes Benz carrying Princess Diana, her lover Dodi Fayeed, her bodyguard Trevor Rees Jones, and their driver Henri, slammed into a concrete abutment, killing Henri and Dodi, critically injuring Diana, and somehow sparing the life of Trevor Rees Jones. Diana had told her closest friends that there was a plot to kill her in a car accident. She had written this down and handed it to her butler less than a year before her death. Inquests were held, and every theory and worry was brought into the open in an effort to put the questions to rest- yet most people in the UK, depending upon the poll you read, still believe that she was murdered. We share the details, the facts, and the theories in this story. We are leaving the final verdict up to you. Get all of our shows at one website: https://.1001storiespodcast.com REVIEWS NEEDED . My email works as well for comments: firstname.lastname@example.org SUPPORT OUR SHOW BY BECOMING A PATRON! https://.patreon.com/1001storiesnetwork. Its time I started asking for support! Thank you. Its a few dollars a month OR a one time. (Any amount is appreciated). YOUR REVIEWS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS AT APPLE/ITUNES AND ALL ANDROID HOSTS ARE NEEDED AND APPRECIATED! LINKS BELOW... Open these links to enjoy our shows! APPLE USERS Catch 1001 Heroes on any Apple Device here (Free): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-heroes-legends-histories-mysteries-podcast/id956154836?mt=2 Catch 1001 CLASSIC SHORT STORIES at Apple Podcast App Now: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-classic-short-stories-tales/id1078098622 Catch 1001 Stories for the Road at Apple Podcast now: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-stories-for-the-road/id1227478901 NEW Enjoy 1001 Greatest Love Stories on Apple Devices here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-greatest-love-stories/id1485751552 Catch 1001 RADIO DAYS now at Apple iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-radio-days/id1405045413?mt=2 NEW 1001 Ghost Stories & Tales of the Macabre is now playing at Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-ghost-stories-tales-of-the-macabre/id1516332327 NEW Enjoy 1001 History's Best Storytellers (Interviews) on Apple Devices here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-historys-best-storytellers/id1483649026 NEW Enjoy 1001 Sherlock Holmes Stories and The Best of Arthur Conan Doyle https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-sherlock-holmes-stories-best-sir-arthur-conan/id1534427618 ANDROID USERS- 1001 Radio Days right here at Player.fm FREE: https://player.fm/series/1001-radio-days 1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales at Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/6rzDb5uFdOhfw5X6P5lkWn 1001 Heroes, Legends, Histories & Mysteries: https://castbox.fm/channel/1001-Heroes%2C-Legends%2C-Histories-%26-Mysteries-Podcast-id1323418?country=us 1001 Stories for the Road on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/show/1001-stories-for-the-road Enjoy 1001 Greatest Love Stories on Stitcher here: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=479022&refid=stpr. 1001 Ghost Stories & Tales of the Macabre on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5P4hV28LgpG89dRNMfSDKJ 1001 Sherlock Holmes Stories (& Tales from Arthur Conan Doyle) https://open.spotify.com/show/4dIgYvBwZVTN5ewF0JPaTK 1001 History's Best Storytellers: (interviews) on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/show/1001-historys-best-storytellers Catch ALL of our shows at one place by going to https://1001storiespodcast.com- our home website with Megaphone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What a week! Queen Kylie!!!!!!!!!! The love of Vanessa Van Cartier. Family Resemblance (normally, gross, but this week was fire (besides that lip-sync - EW)) Also, Henri who? Apparently, Ida was the one we all should have all been preparing for. This week, we'd also like to draw attention to friend-of-the-show and drag queen Essa Noche whose apartment was completely flooded by Ida. She, along with many Brooklyn queers, suffered losses during the flooding in NYC and we like to support drag queens however we can. If you can check out her Insta and Venmo and send her some love and cash money. Also, Labor Day and pandemic insurance have come and gone (Yikes!), so be kind to yourselves as you find work. Whatever happens, please don't settle for something that doesn't "spark joy". And, who better to show how it is done, than Alicia of Nails by Glamazon the part-time lawyer part-time custom nail artist who makes nails for Eureka, Manilla, Ra'Jah, and countless other Drag Divas! Follow your passion and maybe your passion will be showcased all around the world. :) Alicia came on the pod to serve Drag Race superfan energy. We get nail tips and learn all about how she partners with our favs! She also teaches us about some fabulous regional queer spaces: Charlies in Phoenix, Club Axis in Columbus, and some of the best drag queens in Baltimore Brooklyn Heights (the American one) and Iyana Deschanel. And, finally, we get to hear about the beautiful queer love story of her own.
This is a follow-up episode of sorts and a continuation of the conversation around the making of the iPhone shot short film "No Hard Feelings". In this episode Blake interviews Australian actor & filmmaker Paul Henri who starred in the film along with co-writing and co-directing it. The great thing now too is that the short film is available to watch on Blake's iPhoneographers YouTube channel. Watch the film here: https://youtu.be/YEFiQZrWzrE Connect with Paul & James: Paul on IG: www.instagram.com/paul_henri.___ James on IG: www.instagram.com/j_ballard Mobile filmmaking courses: https://academy.iphoneographers.tv YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/iPhoneographers Thanks for listening! © 2021 ImageWorks Inc. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/almostprofessional/support
Ein kleiner Mann mit einer großen Begabung und einer noch größeren Gefährdung: Der Maler Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec war nur 1,52 Meter groß und starb schon mit 36 Jahren, am 9. September 1901. Seine Kleinwüchsigkeit war Folge einer Erbkrankheit, Grund für den frühen Tod war wohl eher sein Drogenkonsum. Autorin: Jutta Duhm-Heitzmann
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Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Supreme Court lässt Abtreibungsgesetz von Texas unbeanstandet Der Oberste Gerichtshof der USA hat es abgelehnt, das scharfe Abtreibungsgesetz in Texas zu blockieren. Frauen- und Bürgerrechtsgruppen hatten ebenso wie Abtreibungskliniken beim Supreme Court einen Eilantrag gegen das Gesetz eingereicht. Es verbietet Abtreibungen ab dem Zeitpunkt, zu dem der Herzschlag des Fötus festgestellt werden kann - also etwa ab der sechsten Schwangerschaftswoche. Selbst im Fall einer Vergewaltigung oder bei Inzest sieht das Gesetz keine Ausnahmen vor. Für Empörung sorgt bei Kritikern auch, dass Bürger ermutigt werden, mögliche Helfer bei einer Abtreibung zu verklagen. Biden sichert Selenskyj bei Treffen enge Partnerschaft zu US-Präsident Joe Biden hat dem ukrainischen Staatschef Wolodymyr Selenskyj bei einem Treffen im Weißen Haus eine enge Zusammenarbeit zugesichert. Die Partnerschaft zwischen beiden Staaten werde "immer stärker", sagte Biden. "Die USA sind der Souveränität und territorialen Integrität der Ukraine angesichts der russischen Aggression fest verpflichtet." Man unterstütze auch die "euro-atlantischen Ambitionen" der Regierung in Kiew. Selenskyj dankte Biden für die neue US-Militärhilfe von 60 Millionen Dollar. "Wir schätzen diesen Beitrag", sagte er mit Blick auf die massiven Spannungen mit Russland. Bulgarien steuert schon wieder auf Neuwahlen zu Weniger als zwei Monate nach der vorgezogenen Parlamentswahl deutet in Bulgarien vieles auf Neuwahlen. Auch der Partei der Sozialisten gelang es nicht, ein Regierungsbündnis zu schmieden. Die drei Protestparteien, die als mögliche Koalitionspartner galten, erteilten der drittstärksten Kraft im Parlament eine Absage. Zuletzt verweigerte die populistische ITN des Entertainers Slawi Trifonow der sozialistischen Partei ihre Unterstützung. Staatspräsident Rumen Radev muss nach drei gescheiterten Anläufen dem Grundgesetz zufolge eine neue Parlamentswahl anberaumen, es wäre die dritte in diesem Jahr. Verletzte bei Corona-Protesten in der Slowakei Tausende Menschen haben in den beiden größten Städten der Slowakei gegen die Corona-Politik der Regierung demonstriert. In der Hauptstadt Bratislava besetzten vor allem rechtsextreme Impfgegner stundenlang einen zentralen Verkehrsknoten. Erst am Abend löste die Polizei diese Straßenblockade auf und setzte dabei nach Medienberichten auch Tränengas und Gummiknüppel ein. Mindestens drei Demonstranten wurden bei Zusammenstößen mit der Polizei verletzt, vier andere festgesetzt. In der zweitgrößten Stadt Kosice nahm die Polizei zwei Personen vorübergehend fest, meldete aber keine Verletzten. Streikende Lokführer weisen neues Bahn-Angebot zurück Ungeachtet eines verbesserten Angebots der Deutschen Bahn ist die dritte Streikrunde der Lokführergewerkschaft GDL im Personenverkehr angelaufen. Der Ausstand begann wie angekündigt um 2 Uhr, der Güterverkehr wird bereits seit Mittwochnachmittag bestreikt. Inzwischen hat die Bahn der GDL ein neues Tarifangebot mit kürzerer Laufzeit und Corona-Prämie vorgelegt. Die Gewerkschaft wies jedoch auch diese Offerte zurück und will an dem Streik festhalten. Er soll nach derzeitiger Planung erst am Dienstag um 02.00 Uhr enden. "Ida" beschert New York Rekordregen Der Hurrikan "Ida" hat New York den stärksten Regen seit Beginn der Aufzeichnungen gebracht. Innerhalb einer Stunde fielen im Central Park rund 80 Millimeter Regen, wie der Nationale Wetterdienst mitteilte. Damit pulverisierte das Unwetter den bisherigen Rekord, den Tropensturm "Henri" vor gut einer Woche mit 49 Millimeter aufgestellt hatte. Fast alle U-Bahnlinien der Millionenmetropole mussten zeitweise den Betrieb einstellen. Bürgermeister Bill de Blasio rief den Notstand aus. New Yorks Einwohner sollten in Häusern Schutz suchen und nicht auf die Straße gehen, erklärte er per Twitter.
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Episode 332: As Hurricane Henri approached the North East the rains came early. NYCFC and Red Bull were poised to face off for the first time in front of fans in over a year, but Henri had other plans. This week the guys talk about the situation from last Saturday and projected when this game … Continue reading Washed Out and Defeated / Ep 332 / Blue City Radio →
Not this time Al Roker. I break down the reason why I decided to stay at the Ocean as a Hurricane was barreling towards Long Island. Also, Pat Duffy joins the livestream to talk Coronavirus, masks, vaccinated and what FINALLY grosses him out. Talked other things but I go to go check on my Pork Roast on the BBQ. Lost money putting this episode out NO ADVERTISERS so check out my merch www.opieradio.com or join the Private Facebook Group by clicking "support now" on my https://www.facebook.com/opieradiofans One of the perks is that you have chances to join the livestreams to say hi and contribute. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's Ball & Chain, Rebecca and Steve prepare for the hurricane that never was and try to eradicate drunken bees from their home. Rebecca calls out a co-worker for a pop culture mishap. While Steve ponders his own immortality in the face of a teenage bird flip.
Brim's 47th Birthday #127. Within Brim's Skin -- Brimstone is joined by his wing man Mr. Greer (The Grindhouse Radio) as they discuss lots of things including Brim's birthday and how setting up a new phone is stressful. They discuss Hurricane Henri and how PSEG is a joke on Long Island. Brim discusses stuffed crust pizza and the last season of Walking Dead. Essentially, he explains what gets Within Brim's Skin.
Brim's 47th Birthday #127. Within Brim's Skin -- Brimstone is joined by his wing man Mr. Greer (The Grindhouse Radio) as they discuss lots of things including Brim's birthday and how setting up a new phone is stressful. They discuss Hurricane Henri and how PSEG is a joke on Long Island. Brim discusses stuffed crust pizza and the last season of Walking Dead. Essentially, he explains what gets Within Brim's Skin.
Today on News Du Jour, we cover the FDA granting full approval to the Pfizer vaccine, OnlyFans de-sexualizing, climate updates (Henri and Tennessee), and some Afghanistan updates (including a fire at the Kabul airport). — BECOME A PATRON OF OUR PODCAST: www.patreon.com/sugarfreemedia Connect with us: + EMAIL: email@example.com + WEBSITE/ SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: www.sugarfreemedia.co + INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/sugarfreemedia.co + TIKTOK: www.TikTok.com/@sugarfreemedia + FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sugarfreemedia.co + TWITTER: www.twitter.com/sugarfree_media ☕️ News Du Jour is a short daily news recap. We condense each day's stories into a 10-15 minute format and always relay the stories in a calm, digestible format. We cover everything from politics, to fashion, to art, to business, to tech, to celebrity, to world news and more. Be sure to subscribe so you to stay up to date with day-to-day unfolding news stories. ☕️ If you enjoy the News Du Jour, be sure to leave us a review/rating! We would also REALLY appreciate you sharing our podcast with your friends/ family/ colleagues or via all your favorite social media platforms.You can also always READ the News Du Jour on our website at: https://sugarfreemedia.co/category/news-du-jour/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/newsdujour/support
In this edition of The Geist2k Bug, Jack and Miles discuss Drake getting doxxed by Kanye, Hurricane Henri making landfall, 'Green Flag Movies', the 'Respect Biden' hashtag, Alex Jones calling Trump a 'dumbass' for getting the vaccine, Ben Shapiro's nuaced take on vaccine refusal, and Jay-Z and Beyonce posing with a never before seen Basquiat painting in Tiffany & Co. ad Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Tropical Storm Henri and the latest from Afghanistan are dominating today's news. In The Daily Article for August 23, 2021, Dr. Jim Denison discusses these stories, explores a Wall Street Journal article on the "unconquerable Islamic world," focuses on a German pastor's prophetic sermon, and identifies specific steps we can take to experience the transforming power of God's Spirit today. The Daily Article is written by Dr. Jim Denison and narrated by Chris Nichter. Subscribe to the newsletter at denisonforum.org/subscribe.
(00:00) Joe Murray is in for Wallach while he vacations in beautiful New Jersey. Rich is broadcasting remotely because of Hurricane Henri. Fred shares what went down at the golf tournament he played in. (18:39) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Josh McDaniels thinks Cam Newton certainly is the starter for right now and thinks he's done a good job. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub
On this edition of The Other Side of Midnight: Roger Stone, New York Times Best-selling author and longtime confidante of President Trump, joins Frank to talk about crimes and conspiracies: new info on Jan 6th, COVID vaccine, Cuomo. Lloyd Lindsay Young, legendary TV and Radio weatherman discusses Tropical Storm Henri. And Terry Strada a volunteer for 9/11 Families United joins Frank to talk about Her husband, Tom, who died in the World Trade Center's North Tower in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Plus a listeners try for $1000!
Today on News Du Jour, we cover tropical storm Henri, Afghanistan updates (including Angelina Jolie joining Instagram in order to advocate), and ICUs over capacity in Alabama due to unvaccinated population. WAYS TO HELP AFGHANS: https://www.thecrescendogroupllc.com/support-for-afghans — BECOME A PATRON OF OUR PODCAST: www.patreon.com/sugarfreemedia Connect with us: + EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org + WEBSITE/ SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: www.sugarfreemedia.co + INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/sugarfreemedia.co + TIKTOK: www.TikTok.com/@sugarfreemedia + FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sugarfreemedia.co + TWITTER: www.twitter.com/sugarfree_media ☕️ News Du Jour is a short daily news recap. We condense each day's stories into a 10-15 minute format and always relay the stories in a calm, digestible format. We cover everything from politics, to fashion, to art, to business, to tech, to celebrity, to world news and more. Be sure to subscribe so you to stay up to date with day-to-day unfolding news stories. ☕️ If you enjoy the News Du Jour, be sure to leave us a review/rating! We would also REALLY appreciate you sharing our podcast with your friends/ family/ colleagues or via all your favorite social media platforms.You can also always READ the News Du Jour on our website at: https://sugarfreemedia.co/category/news-du-jour/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/newsdujour/support
Welcome back Beaches, Take cover friends! On the pod, we talk about how our parents tried to keep us from becoming gay, sleeping in a tent to get away from your partner and why living in Staten Island is just like living in an Applebee's. This episode is brought to you by Hurricane Henri and the chaos is caused here in NYC. TEXT your BAD ADVICE questions to 917-540-8395 Subscribe to the Patreon for exclusive videos and behind the scenes clips: http://www.patreon.com/findyourbeach... Follow Andy: http://www.instagram.com/imandyhaynes... Follow Rosebud: http://www.instagram.com/rosebudbaker... Produced at Park Studio: https://www.parkstudio.nyc/ Follow Park Studio NYC: @parkstudio.nyc
The girls prepare for Henri's arrival! While they wait they recap what they have been up to, from Alyssa's personal issue with 365 DNi star Michele Morrone, to Steph's late night out. They review what they watched this week, and what is still on the docket. They discuss the big celebrity news that sounds fake but is all too real, like Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz dating, to the kylie Jenner pregnancy rumors and so much more!Shout out to this episode's partner!MYK SILK- shoppable directly from the link below: Use code TALKINGPETTY15 for 15% off at check out!https://www.myksilk.com/Want more Talking Petty? Follow us on Instagram, link below:https://www.instagram.com/talkingpettypodcast/?hl=enSubscribe, comment, and review!
Coastal towns feeling the brunt of Henri's powerful storm surge; A desperate search for dozens in Tennessee; President Biden, while facing an avalanche of criticism, telling Americans "a lot could still go wrong;" And the Surgeon General is hopeful more people will get the shot once the Pfizer vaccine gets full approval.
Maria Teresa Kumar is joined by House Foreign Affairs Committee chair Rep. Gregory Meeks, Rep. Ritchie Torres, TX State Rep. Jasmine Crockett, former Obama Health Policy Director Dr. Kavita Patel, Whole Woman's Health Alliance president Amy Hagstrom Miller, Abortion Access Front founder & CCO Lizz Winstead, “Shots at the Shop” director Dr. Stephen Thomas, Rev. Dr. William Barber, NewYorker.com executive news editor David Rohde, The Washington Post reporter Anne Gearan, editor-at-large of The 19th* Errin Haines, NBC News meteorologist Bill Karins, and NBC correspondents Janessa Webb and Kathy Park.
What task brings Matthew Jr out in the hurricane like winds of New England? What are the top divorce jobs currently? Lottery wins are 'timely'! Dad places a prank call to Gabe while at work and does not get the information he requested. See you this Friday at 2PM! The Garage Logic Booth right next to channel 5!
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Decided to ride out Hurricane Henri at the Ocean. Yes we're getting a direct hit. I babble about Opie and Anthony regular Pat from Moonachie who had his left foot amputated because of diabetes. Here's his Go Fund me page: https://www.gofundme.com/f/h79t6-help-pat-from-moonachie?fbclid=IwAR399D4i0HlhUrEwJPNrXno3-5QbpreU9IUd7SCSMcnIcn1n4dp6k9VM98Y See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Retired Army Brigadier General Mark Kimmitt reacts to President Biden's speech on Afghanistan and his pledge to get all Americans out of the country. NBC News Meteorologist Bill Karins tracks Henri, a tropical storm expected to strengthen into a category one status in the next 24 hours, and potentially become New England's first hurricane in 30 years. Senior Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Dr. Amesh Adajla delivers analysis on monoclonal antibody treatments and rapid Covid tests. NBC's Sahil Kapur gives the latest on where lawmakers stand on helping the Afghans who worked with Americans during the war. Plus, gold medalist Dawn Harper-Nelson reveals what she expects from Sha'carri Richardson at the Prefontaine Classic.