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Hey Everybody. Welcome! To Episode 77 of the metal detecting show podcast. My Name is Ciaran and I have been Metal Detecting for nearly 30 Years. This week I want to talk about a topic that is on the front cover of every metal detecting magazine this month and that is searching for Hoards but before we start I want to thank you for listening to the podcast and I hope you enjoy the episode this week If you want to support the show there are many options available from the links in the episode notes below and if you want to interact with me and the show that information is there too. but most importantly If you like this content please don't hesitate to tell your friends and don't forget to hit that subscribe button.https://linktr.ee/themetaldetectingshowSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/metaldetecting)
That last episode certainly left us with a tense cliffhanger, huh? I'm sure that all turns out okay. Dawn and Rita have a heart to heart while Rita is 8 blunts deep. They attempt to open a cabinet together. (That's more exciting than it sounds) We find out that Rita has been hiding something. Rita shows an interest in whether or not aliens are real, but we're sure it's just because she wants to have sex with them. The ladies go to a place where Dawn is the cool one, and nobody is charmed by Rita's…you know, charm? Charm doesn't feel like the right word. There's a little family reunion, and Dawn watches a video that's gonna fuck her up BIG TIME. Cast:Narrator - Sean Turner @seanwkturnerDawn - Emma Fuentes @og_emmakidUncle Nate, Death, - Kyle Coughlin @kale_simplykaleCarmilla, Sunny, Viv - Violet Lantz @ultraviolet222Rita, Valeria - Brianne Leeson @brianne_leeson (Instagram), @hotsauceghost (twitter/tiktok)Writer, DirectorBrianne LeesonProducersBrianne Leeson, Violet LantzEditor, Sound DesignJames LeesonOriginal theme music by Sean TurnerCover art by Bryn Keenum @brynandbristleshttp://www.todaysluckywinner.buzzsprout.comhttp://www.instagram.com/luckywinnershowhttp://www.twitter.com/luckywinnershowhttp://www.facebook.com/luckywinnershow
Jumping into today's episode with our plans for our official MM Minivan (one day!), some fun TV shows that we've been watching, messy middle stages and the biggest news of the day… one of us is getting a PUPPY! Yep, that's right, a puppy! Then onto irrational fears - like snakes in the toilet and public bathrooms. You guys had us dying with some of your fears that you sent in (turns out we have them too!) What we talked about on this episode: TV Shows: King of Pain, Hoards, Dr. Pimple Popper, and the Home Edit Whiffit: wooden air fresheners for your car! Makes our vans smell like Anthropologie - https://www.instagram.com/whiffitt/ Force of Nature Cleaner - https://www.forceofnatureclean.com/ref/alexa/ Kirkland Car Microfiber Cloths from Costco DM us your pet peeves on instagram! www.instagram.com/minivanmamas --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
It's time for the ACP to go underground again, and this time they are joined by the creator the Peeper Creeper, Patrick Sparrow (Zombra, Dirt Baby and Bone Cat). Together they talk about creating dark humour with no boundaries, making comics in Canada, the art of memes and more. Theres also great indie books to check out, this time all with a perfectly timed edge to them. Great stuff to check out this week - Patrick Sparrow, Tales of the Peeper Creeper, Jen Woodall, Jasper Jubaville, Hoards of Surrey, Vinyl, Atomic Hercules: Weapon of Mass Destruction, Bloom #2, Cutthroat: Tradesman Special Edition Click here to buy comics from the creators of the Awesome Comics Podcast! Let us know what you think! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Join the discussion today at our facebook group Awesome Comics Talk Check out the folks who sponsor this lil show - the mighty folks at Comichaus! If you love our Intro/Outro music, then check out the brilliant Chad Fifer and more of his musical badassery at www.chadfifer.bandcamp.com
Day 118 - It's turning into the Marie Celeste in the Marina, Hoards, and hoards of boats went out today, Okay, three to be honest with you but it felt like more, maybe because they were all wide beams. As I took each of the girls out, in turn, I tangled in the chatting and locking. I never ever do the locks on the Sheffield and Tinsley Canal. In my opinion, they are not nice locks, they are heavy and stubborn, so I give that pleasure to Dave. But not today, here I am wheezing and puffing opening up the gates. Everyone is in good spirits, well they would be wouldn't they, they are going out for the season. Unlike us, why aren't we going out yet? Erm, 1 - Got some boat jobs on the go. 2 – We want to go North, and the system currently has two issues, one a breach and the other a lock. 3 – Diary plans in the area. I almost sob as they head out, have a chat with some friends who went on the day before, and end up mimi mocking them. It slipped out before I could hold my jealously in check, yes I know it's not a pleasant trait. Interestingly, or maybe it's not, but you won't know if it is or isn't until you get to the end of the paragraph by which time if you don't think it is interesting, you'll have wasted your time. Just saying. No refunds for that time you're never going to get back, or the fact that I'm still driveling on about absolutely nothings – As I was saying, interestingly or maybe not – you can see how this could keep going round in a circle… As I walked the girls individually, their behaviour and reaction to so many people milling around the locks was t totally different ends of the spectrum. Willow wanted to run at people and then bark but would end up running back to me if they fronted her up. And Eva wanted just to rub herself all over them like a hot hairy rash. It's at this point I say, you've got to choose your audience because for either one of those spectrums it doesn't always go down well. Was it interesting? – no – well I did warn you. I thought it was hence why I shared. If you've enjoyed this episode, please leave us a five-star rating or review and share it with those you feel would also enjoy them. Don't forget to follow us, here for future episodes – once again thank you for listening. Same walk different viewpoints - Come say Hi at; Our website - https://changingpace.co.uk Louise's (Couch Potato) account of the walks can also be found here; 1. https://twitter.com/NbChangingPac 2. https://www.facebook.com/NBChangingPace 3. https://www.instagram.com/nbchangingpace 4. https://www.tiktok.com/@narrowboatchangingpace 5. https://www.youtube.com/c/NarrowboatChangingPace Willow's (Great Dane) account of the walks can also be found here; 1. https://www.facebook.com/WillowTheGreatDane 2. https://www.instagram.com/willowwalks1000miles 3. https://www.tiktok.com/@willowwalks1000miles 4. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBdl0W-Q_vJQmQQ3Ae1Bogw PLEASE NOTE - We are not contracted or affiliated with the official #walk1000miles challenge, we are just participants - https://www.walk1000miles.co.uk Some of our posts contain affiliate links, We earn a small commission if you choose to make a purchase using these links, they cost you nothing extra. Every little click helps, thank you for supporting us. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/narrowboat-changing-pace/message
Day 114 – Hoards of people are just flopped down on the route. Walkers and people from the surrounding office blocks. Taking a load off, in the glorious sunshine. Anyone would think that I was running a festival here, wish I was, I'd have made a fortune apart from no one was adhering to masks and distance, so I'd have gained the fortune and lost it in one fair swoop, as I paid for the fine for not following government guidelines. But who am I kidding I'm not holding a festival, all I'm doing is trying to walk my dog whilst avoiding everyone else which is somewhat difficult because mostly my dogs are into food and anybody with food. Eva is a slow walker anyway, but spending a greater part of the walk watching a book reader, who was totally oblivious to her stare, eat his lunch isn't going to increase our pace. So, I'm watching the dog, watching a man. I know, living the high life, aren't I. I know when we come back out for the evening walk Willow and probably Eva are going to be making a beeline for all the little titbits left behind. Contrary to popular belief and my ability to keep repeating them my favourite words and phrases are defiantly NOT ‘No' ‘Leave it' ‘Stop' ‘Wait' ‘Come Here' ‘Not again' ‘Don't'. Actually, I would love to see them running and playing without my voice billowing out across the plains. If you've enjoyed this episode, please leave us a five-star rating or review and share it with those you feel would also enjoy them. Don't forget to follow us, here for future episodes – once again thank you for listening. Same walk different viewpoints - Come say Hi at; Our website - https://changingpace.co.uk Louise's (Couch Potato) account of the walks can also be found here; 1. https://twitter.com/NbChangingPac 2. https://www.facebook.com/NBChangingPace 3. https://www.instagram.com/nbchangingpace 4. https://www.tiktok.com/@narrowboatchangingpace 5. https://www.youtube.com/c/NarrowboatChangingPace Willow's (Great Dane) account of the walks can also be found here; 1. https://www.facebook.com/WillowTheGreatDane 2. https://www.instagram.com/willowwalks1000miles 3. https://www.tiktok.com/@willowwalks1000miles 4. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBdl0W-Q_vJQmQQ3Ae1Bogw PLEASE NOTE - We are not contracted or affiliated with the official #walk1000miles challenge, we are just participants - https://www.walk1000miles.co.uk Some of our posts contain affiliate links, We earn a small commission if you choose to make a purchase using these links, they cost you nothing extra. Every little click helps, thank you for supporting us. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/narrowboat-changing-pace/message
Today on TruNews, Edward Szall and Lauren Witzke examine the accumulation of cash by JPMorgan, as major banks respond to concerns of massive inflation and investigations by ordering employees to preserve texts and WhatsApp messages. In the second half, Milo and Edward look at the revelations of former Trump officials now coming out as saying the source of the COVID virus is the Wuhan lab in China. Edward Szall, Milo Yiannopoulos, Lauren Witzke, Doc Burkhart. Airdate 06/15/21.
A woman in South Carolina is lucky to be alive after getting in a high speed chase in a stolen vehicle and crashing . . . with several containers of hoarded gas in the car. She was badly burned, but will survive.
Nate Brown feeds our souls with this legacy pancake podcast, “IHoOP: Ingesting Hoards of Opulent Pancakes.” In episode 12000, Roger Clementine pissed off the wrong witch. Listen to more of Nate on his podcast, Probecast – Anchor.fm/probecast or on Apple Podcast, Spotify, and Google Podcast Made Up Talk Show theme by Dan Reitz www.danreitz.com Sound […]
The Psychic Dolphin Swarm is here, we are legions of screaming, horny millennials ready to be vaccinated so that we can kiss all our friends again Please just take your dose of news and memes or whatever, nothing has really improved but we're still making jokes about it! Joining us is our friend Raquel (@benedict_rs) a wonderful writer who deserves better than the trash that we discuss every week check out her Podcast @RiteGud and visit http://kittysneezes.com/ to see what else she works on Reminder: We now will only be streaming on Tuesdays at 7PM Central and we now only have a $5 a month tier on our Patreon (though you are able to donate above or below that if you choose) Check out our streams on Tuesdays 7PM Central on Twitch! Be sure to check out our Patreon exclusive content like Quick Hits (available for free), Dolphins & Garages (Now on Instagram and Twitter) and Sonic High School (both for as low as $1 a month)! Patreon Our Signal Sticker pack vol. 1 All our other links Follow the hosts on Twitter: Artemis Bo Charlie Denis Kelton Zack --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/psychicdolphingarage/message
Tabletop RPG designer and writer Tristan Zimmerman returns to the podcast to talk history and role-playing games. We dive into an outlaw swamp in Texas, witness palace intrigue in medieval Mali, and see what destruction the mythical dragon hoard from the Völsunga saga has wrought. We examine these topics and breakdown how they can make your RPG campaigns richer and fuller.
In this episode the boys fail miserably and express regret, discuss DnD withdrawals, and create dragon armor for every class, yes, even the brand new one they just made. Intro and Outro: Delicious by Jensation
The gang are once again joined by a guest, and this time its friend of the show and long overdue guest Rory Donald (Griff Gristle). Together the gang talk about indie comic book stores supporting small press, working on independent comics, the small press community, art process and upcoming projects as well as a whole heap more. Theres also lots of books, campaigns and stuff to check out too so be sure to check out the show notes to get your hands on them all! Great stuff to check out this week - Rory Donald, Hoards of Surrey, Griff Gristle, Resurrection Men, Strange Apparitions Comic Shop, Galaxy Grappling Alliance, Access Denied, Hell in Stalingrad, Holly, The Penned Guin, The Spark, Scalped, Hostage, Casanova, Dragman, Steven Appleby, Grit, Scout Comics, Brian Wickman, Lets All Die, Handwritten Entertainment CLICK HERE TO GET COPIES OF OUR ANTHOLOGY - AWESOME COMICS Join the discussion today at our facebook group Awesome Comics Talk Check out the folks who sponsor this lil show - the mighty folks at Comichaus! If you love our Intro/Outro music, then check out the brilliant Chad Fifer and more of his musical badassery at www.chadfifer.bandcamp.com Let us know what you think! Email: email@example.com
This week there is talk about cancellations, social media, poor animated adaptions, Thought Bubble, Manga and more, and also tons more of amazing comic book stuff to check out and get ready for. Plus there's amazing comic book and graphic novel recommendations to add to your wishlists. Great stuff to check out this week: Outer Darkness, The Awesome Drink and Draw, Help Londons Cartoon Museum, Omen to That Podcast, Hoards of Surrey KS, Dark Ark, The Killing Joke Animated Movie, Ailsa Dark, Path of the Assassin, Green Lantern/Green Arrow, A Letter to Jo, Kelly Williams, Top Shelf Publications CLICK HERE TO GET COPIES OF OUR ANTHOLOGY - AWESOME COMICS Join the discussion today at our facebook group Awesome Comics Talk Check out the folks who sponsor this lil show - the mighty folks at Comichaus! If you love our Intro/Outro music, then check out the brilliant Chad Fifer and more of his musical badassery at www.chadfifer.bandcamp.com Let us know what you think! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week I give tips about Return on investment and Hoards. We have our regular tech time out and of course some news from the world of metal detecting and treasure hunting. So lets get On with the Show. :)Links from the metal detecting News:https://www.tampabay.com/arts-entertainment/2020/05/19/florida-treasure-hunter-says-he-was-tricked-by-con-man-claiming-to-be-a-war-hero-scientist/ https://checkersaga.com/find-60-lead-blocks-with-strange-inscriptions-at-the-bottom-of-a-river-and-nobody-knows-what-they-are/42955/ Buy From KellyCoDetectors.com Helps the Show Stay alive: http://shrsl.com/1n2ak-1ueu-s8emOther Ways to Support the Podcast: http://themetaldetectingshow.com/become-a-sponsor/The Metal Detecting Show YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9jUcR7AFEA13N199nybN3wLeave me a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/TheMetalDetectingShowSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/metaldetecting)
Hoards of people have signed up for every course they can, hoping to use their time well during the "New Normal of COVID-19." But, they are also overwhelmed. They've got 99 courses but your course ain't one. So, how do you appeal to them, stand out, and market your online course?This episode, Jason and Bridget are joined by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. He's very active on Twitter as well as YouTube. So if you're thinking about designing an online course, go check those resources out. You can even watch his 13 video playlist of starting an online course.Show SponsorsServerPressThank you for being a preroll sponsor, ServerPress! ServerPress is the maker of DesktopServer, WPSiteSync, and so much more! Check them out at serverpress.com.Are you looking for brand awareness?You could be a show sponsor. We think it is a great idea to let people know you’re still in business and supporting your products. Supporting podcasts is a great way to repurpose your WordCamp Swag budget. Integration AgeHistorically, we've had revolutions and evolutions: the enlightenment age, the industrial revolution, the information revolution. Now, Chris says, we are in the integration age."So the, the way I look at it is that they were kind of transitioning out of the information age into the integration age. And that includes integrating information, boiling it down, getting past overwhelm. And, honoring the limited lifespan we have and attention we have. So the old model of education is really around getting access to the best information. The new model is about getting results efficiently and going direct as the shortest path possible to the ideal outcome." Chris BadgettWe all have access to thousands of libraries -- free, thousands of courses -- free. Yet, how many of us take advantage? Few. We're overwhelmed with information. We need to know how this information is relevant to our lives."When you design around your expertise in the information and not the learning journey and the result of the person, once you end up with these like giant, I call them, resource courses, like giant courses that are extremely dangerous and get abandoned a lot." Chris BadgettSupport the Learning JourneySupporting the learning journey with your online course means you design the course with the end in mind. What are the expected results?Being overwhelmed is a factor of motivation. Why is the learner taking the online course? Is it to get a certificate? There are two types of motivation when it comes to learning: extrinsic and intrinsic.Extrinsic motivation could be a monetary reward (raise at work) or earning respect (credentials on LinkedIn). Intrinsic motivation comes from a desire from your soul to improve. Knowing what motivates your learner, helps you design your course.Adding a map for your online course, reverse engineering it from the end result, with milestones helps with course retention.An easy way to do this is to have a challenge. They lend themselves well to steps and pre-training/gamification."One of the things that’s exploding in marketing right now is what are called challenge funnels. ...Why is it, why are challenged funnels exploding? Well, what’s the challenge? The challenge is designed around a result and a challenge is time bound. So, you know, there could be like a 30 day challenge, a 90 day challenge, a four day challenge, whatever it is, health, wealth, relationships, whatever." Chris BadgettTransformation is Over-HypedNot every course needs to lead to a caterpillar-to-butterfly transformation. Most of the transformations we see, in nature or otherwise, aren't overnight anyway. Rather, they are a series of steps, completed.When it comes to marketing your online course we tend to pitch transformation. But when it comes to any kind of product, the marketing has to revolve around one question:"What's in it for me?"Creating early wins and adding support for the learner as well as community will help retain learners to your online course. You can even move to the coach model with weekly office hours in a group format. You spend the same hour a week, with many learners."The easiest way to do that add a weekly office hour call that you don’t have to prepare for, and they just show up with questions. It’s a group format so it can scale, like, okay, if you have a lot of people that follow you or in the program, it’s still just one hour on your calendar." Chris BadgettCoaching Over InformationInformation is great. But if you create 10 courses that is simply a vault of your information, without any coaching, you won't have a high course completion rate. Further, you're not supporting the learner in their journey.An important part of coaching is the right fit. This isn't about a good fit for your online course. It's a fit between the learner and the coach. Do their personality and communication styles match? How about the learner's style of learning? What about loyalty?"Real coaching, whether that’s business coaching, life coaching, relationship coaching, it’s about fidelity." Chris BadgettWe tend to have these types of courses that circle around and around, like a spiral road going to the top of the mountain. There is no personalization or way to test out. That's frustrating for the learner.When your online course includes personalization, you are supporting the learner's journey and reducing frustration. When you can tell a client to take this course over that one, then they are no longer overwhelmed.Tool or Tip of the WeekThis Tool or Tip of the week is brought to you by Cloudways. Is your website slow? 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There comes a time in every adventurer's life that they must take their sword and live out the fantasy of every legendary hero... slay a dragon! And while all this is well and good... isn't the task before the Kingmakers today a little much? After getting a distress call from the Nomen Centaurs of Varnhold, the Kingmakers must travel to the other side of the country to face down a mighty foe. But are they prepared for their true quest today? Can our heroes overcome this mythic challenge and go down in history? Or is today the day they die a heroic death at the hands of the most iconic of all foes? Hold your breath and raise your shield- we're going on a dragon hunt! Swords get polished. Food gets delivered. Hoards get pilfered. All this and more in this episode of Dice Will Roll, the Gayest Pathfinder Podcast on the Planet, where we ask the hard questions like... is this kind of challenge a hint that the DM's been slighted in some way?! Patreon: www.patreon.com/dicewillroll Discord: discord.gg/rDhQuVq Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/dicewillroll/ PODCHASER #REVIEWS4GOOD https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/dice-will-roll-753342 BE GAY ROLL DICE NETWORK: https://discord.gg/ExjY3uh SUBGRUBS & SNAZZARDS: FREE PDF! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Pol99sJgnluCtjgGcqbOW12Gzd0mDQZM/view SERVERSTUCK: https://discord.gg/kG8FTV9 Music Via Owlcat Games Theme Song: Kick Shock by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Ad Music: Local Forecast - Elevator, Airport Lounge, Lobby Time and Bit Quest by Kevin MacLeod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dice-will-roll/support
Quick TakeNew CDC guidelines urge Americans to wear face coverings in public. 3M has pushed back against the government's order to prioritize U.S. orders. California National Guard constructs field hospital in Shasta County. Google data shows New Yorkers are doing less social distancing than residents of hard-hit Spain and Italy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Please tune-in as we talk about hoarding and what the Bible says regarding the topic. Bottom line: We don't need to be The Horde of Hoards because we have the Lord of Lords.
- DENNIS WILSON: "With the Wild Uncertainty in the Stock Market at Present, Right Now is the PERFECT Time to Look into a CD Alternative" - The Man who Hoarded Nearly 18,000 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer to Sell to Desperate People Online has DONATED All of His Supplies to a Local Church - DR. MICHAEL BROWN: "Reflections on the Mercy of God after the National Day of Prayer for Healing for the Coronavirus" - MICHAEL L. BROWN: Job - The Faith to Challenge God - Mississippi House of Representatives PASSES a Bill BANNING Abortion Based on the Race, Gender or POTENTIAL Genetic 'Deformities' of the Unborn Child!" - 10 Practical Ways Christians can do to Shine the Light of Christ in this Time of Darkness - Teenage Christian Girl ESCAPES Muslim Captors Weeks after Abduction in Nigeria!
This week we delve into the struggling presidential campaign of “most electable” Joe Biden; the mixed (gift) bag that was the Oscars; dueling vagina candles/incense from Gwyneth Paltrow and Erykah Badu and, finally, the return of Sean Spicer to the White House in an ill-defined and unpaid role. HEAR US ON ITUNES https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-nope/ OVERCAST https://overcast.fm/itunes1312654524/this-week-in-nope SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/show/07WFZhd5bgY1l1BspArfRJ STITCHER https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/this-week-in-nope SOUNDCLOUD https://soundcloud.com/user-518735966/tracks POCKET CASTS https://pca.st/SrJY RADIO PUBLIC https://radiopublic.com/this-week-in-nope-GAOx3N In this week’s episode: Joe Biden put a baby’s pacifier in his mouth. In the wake of Gwyneth Paltrow’s sold-out vagina candle, Erykah Badu plans to release vagina-scented incense. Oscar nominess got a $225,000 gift bag featuring items like a urine collection system. Big #YUPs to… “West Side Story” on Broadway “Curb Your Enthusiasm” Season 10 on HBO
In the spring, just after a heavy rainfall, male and female fire ants swarm the skies for a day of romance, known as the nuptial flight. Thousands of reproduction-capable ants take part in a mating frenzy, and for one successfully mated female, her work is only beginning. Walter R. Tschinkel details how the new queen builds a colony and protects it from neighboring ant armies. [Directed by Lisa Vertudaches, narrated by Addison Anderson, music by Phil Brookes].
6PI Podcast is proud to welcome back our very first guest ever Oli Aveline! This week, Oli and Mitch sit down to talk about Movie Censorship, Collecting Collectables, the brilliance of the TV show “The Office, Mitch’s Frat Brothers?, and Shakespeare's’ Best Works. Plus, Explaining the Weeaboo, Dead Mau5’s Heads, Living at Home vs Moving Out, and three degrees of Irish/Costa Rican Separation. Also, Mitch and Oli trade Cultural Barbs, Smelly Teenagers, Swimming with Suits of Armor, Mcdonalds Clientele, and the Ties make a return!
In this episode, Ren Drincic shares several stories about growing up as a Serbian immigrant in Nebraska. You can connect with Ren on social media at facebook.com/ivyxaur or on Twitter @herbixarre.
Hoards of young adults take a “gap year” off following graduation to travel on the cheap around the world but how about a 62-year-old widower? When his wife passed after 40 years of marriage, guest Chris Herrmann took off on an amazing full-year backpacking journey around the world–no definite plans, no goals, no deadlines. Over one year, Chris visited … Read more about this episode...
China's bottomless appetite for gold and other hard assets is at the back of every financial analyst's mind. For David Brady, CEO and co-founder of Global Pro Traders, there is no doubt that China and Russia believe a US dollar plunge is coming. He is a CFA charterholder with degrees in business and finance from Dublin City University. He argues that the Chinese are hoarding more gold than they let on in preparation for a coming global financial reset. When central banks revert back to another round of interest-rate cuts and quantitative easing, he contends, then everything but the dollar will take off. Show notes: http://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/china-prepares-dollar-collapse-hoards-gold/
11/26/2018 The History of the Morgan Silver Dollar The Morgan silver dollar was first minted from 1878-1904, and again in 1921. Following the passage of the Bland-Allison Act in 1878, which required the U.S. Treasury to purchase a specified amount of silver to be circulated as silver dollars, Morgan dollars quickly stockpiled in the Treasury and bank reserves. The act was passed during the height of the bimetallism movement in America, or the use of both silver and gold standards. With tens of millions of coins minted in a particular year alone, Morgan dollars continue to be one of the most widely circulated silver bullion today. How Much Silver is in a Morgan Dollar? They contain 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper, which makes them easy to buy and sell at lower prices. While common date Morgan dollars are often close to the spot price of silver, The low mintage, high-grade coins can sell for thousands of dollars each. The Demand for Silver Dollars While Congress deliberated over the silver question in 1877, demand for a new silver dollar was driven by the Comstock Lode in Nevada, which was excavating unfathomable masses of silver. Mint Director Henry P. Linderman directed his chief engraver, William Barber, and his assistant, George T. Morgan, to create designs for a new silver dollar. The best design would prevail. The mint director, supposedly dissatisfied with Barber’s work, rigged the contest in Morgan’s favor, and Morgan’s design won. The Design Morgan enlisted Philadelphia teacher, Anna Willess Williams, to model for his depiction of Miss Liberty. A left-facing portrait head of Liberty is featured on the coin’s obverse, with a somewhat gaunt eagle depicted on the back, giving the Morgan its nickname: “buzzard dollar.” In an unprecedented move, Morgan initialed each side of the design with an “M.” Shortly after its first mint, critics noted the Morgan eagle mistakenly had eight tail feathers instead of seven, and therefore some 1878 coins may depict either, with seven being the rarer. It’s reported that over half a billion Morgan coins were struck between 1878 and 1921. Most of the output came from the original mint facility in Philadelphia, while Carson City, New Orleans, and San Francisco sites also made them. Carson City ended production when it closed doors in 1893, later making them a valuable commodity among numismatists. Even after minting ended in Carson City, the vault there stored millions of Morgans, which were transferred to Washington in 1900 and kept sealed. Later, in 1921, the Denver mint also produced Morgan dollars. The 1921 Silver Dollar After passage of the Pittman Act in 1918, the Morgan dollar was reintroduced in 1921. The act mandated earlier Morgans — almost 270 million coins — be melted and replaced by the Peace design by the end of 1921. The Pittman Act & the Growing Demand for Silver The Pittman Act was largely a response to the growing demand for silver during WWI, as the world’s currency - gold - was no longer available. Britain faced another crisis in India, and used silver certificates to pay for the ongoing war efforts and to suppress rebellion in the colony. Britain turned to America to purchase silver to back their certificates, and, combined with mounting pressure from Western miners to purchase their silver, the U.S. turned again to the Morgan dollar. Congress agreed to purchase bullion at above market prices from mining companies after the war, and replace each melted Morgan coin with a new mint. The Great Depression & the Silver Act of 1942 After the war, and as the price of silver rose again during the Great Depression, pressure from the mining industry again gave way to new silver policy, even while public demand for silver coins was low. Following the Silver Act of 1942, 53 million more silver dollars - both Morgan and Peace designs - were sent to the melting pot. Notwithstanding massive melts, the Treasury, as well as banks and mints, amassed stockpiles of morgans in their vaults, as buyers in the 1930s typically sought out lower face-value coins. However, during this time, the hobby of numismatics started to gain popularity, and Carson City Morgans and other rarer mints became popular among some collectors through the 1940s and '50s. The Decline of Silver Certificates In the early 1960s, Federal Reserve Notes began replacing silver certificates, and silver certificates were exchanged for silver bullion and granules, rather than in coins. This was a result of the rising price of silver, which gave investors an opportunity to redeem certificates at a high profit. The treasury could no longer sustain the price of silver, and again liquidated hundreds of bags of Morgan dollar coins (each bag held 1,000 coins) between the years 1962-64. Hoarding Silver Dollars The remaining Morgans held in the treasury’s vault were primarily rarer Carson City mints. From 1972-80, the government released these Morgans in mail-bid sales, generating a nice profit for the Federal Reserve. During this time, interest in collecting Morgans gained steam again, especially after a 400 bag hoard (about 400,000 coins) was discovered in the home of the deceased collector, LaVere Redfield in 1977, selling for $7.3 million dollars. In the early 80s, the Continental Bank released a hoard of 1.5 million Morgans, further distributing them among eager numismatists. 1895: The King of Morgans The rarest of the Morgan dollars is the 1895 mint, often referred to as the “king of the Morgans.” Of 12,880 mints struck that year, only 880 survived the melting pot, making the 1895 Morgan extremely rare at the time. It’s estimated that 500 or less survive today. In the early 1900s, a few investors and dealers collected them in hoards. Meanwhile, other Morgan strikes, such as the 1904-O, are very common, making regular appearances at auctions today. How Many Morgan Dollars Exist Today? In all, over 657 million Morgan silver dollars were produced over the years, with 96 date and mint varieties circulating the market. They were widely bought in the West, while they failed to gain momentum in the East. Hoards remained untouched until the mid 20th century, which helps explain why many coins are in such good condition today. While Morgan silver dollars took decades to gain popularity, they retain a notable pedigree among collectors today.
Peter is overcrowded with immutable features. Traffic disobeying traffic. Grey clouds piling on top of one another to get a better view, or racing to escape. Hoards of people, frowning and avoiding eye contact. McDonalds taught us how to respond to friendly customer service. People were abhorred by the smiling servers in baseball caps. Here, if you're smiling for no reason, something's wrong with you. #socialdreaming @readandwritepod
It's been a while. Edinburgh was crazy and I'm not great at balancing priorities. So all of my focus was on the show and the HOARDS of mistakes i made in the run up to and during the festival. I'm currently on holiday and will be back soon to give a more detailed review. Big Love, Lewis x x x
Tune in for a brilliant discussion with renowned British coin dealer Jon Mann. Jon and I talk all about Viking coins, the process of unearthing and discovering new Medieval coin hoards, and all of the fascinating things we can learn about the Vikings by studying them. Please be sure to check out Jon's online coin dealership via the link below. Jon's Coin Dealership https://bit.ly/2BNKm4Z The History of Vikings on YouTube https://bit.ly/2TW2DEh Follow The History of Vikings on Twitter https://bit.ly/2Qsg28b Feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, suggestions or inquiries that you might have email@example.com Music: Danheim - Framganga https://danheimmusic.com/
Corporate balance sheet cash is at an all-time high. Expect to see increased activist investor activity, C-Suite turnover and accelerated M&A activity as a result (especially within the Technology sector). Some thoughts RE: Technology M&A covered in this episode. CEORater: CEO & Company Profiles. Crowdsourced Reviews Website: https://www.ceorater.com/ Facebook & Twitter: @CEORater Instagram: @CEORaterOfficial LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/ceorater/ TEK2day: Technology, Capital Markets, Corporate Governance, Leadership, Entrepreneurship Website: https://tek2day.com/ Facebook & Instagram: @TEK2day Twitter: @TEK2dayOfficial CEORater Founder & CEO Jon Maietta LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jonathanmaietta Twitter: @jonathanmaietta Medium: @jonathanmaietta
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We wrap up Chapter 1 of The Hobbit, “An Unexpected Party”, where Bilbo’s Tookish side is awakened by the mysterious dwarf-song filling his home, but his Baggins side is less enthusiastic once Thorin and Gandalf lay out the details of the dwarves’ quest. Will Bilbo stay safely in his comfortable hole, or will he rise to the challenge like his great golfing ancestor Bullroarer Took? Also: more word-nerdery as we talk about Tolkien’s use of the plural form ‘dwarves’ in the first installment of another new show segment: Philology Faire.
The amazing Scott Blackwell of High Wire Distilling Co. joins Lindsay, Nikki and Phil in the studio to explain exactly how he ended up with 600ish pieces of rare Southern folk-art. He also just happened to be hanging out in Athens, Georgia in the early 80’s with a tape recorder and possesses a music nerds’ buried treasure … Continue reading Episode #69: Everybody Hoards, Sometimes. →
Shaykh Yasir Qadhi delves into a detailed explanation of verses 14 and verse 15 of Surah Al e Imran. 7 things have been made alluring to men: Women Children Hoards of gold Hoards of silver Horses that are beautiful and well bred and well trained Cattle Agricultural land Allah has made all these aspects permissible ... Read more
On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses five tips on how to help your family member who hoards, and five tips on how NOT to help your family member who hoards. Are you being helpful or harmful? Tune in to find out ...
Conclusion to the two part prelude to the grand adventure that awaits our party... As our adventurers race against the setting of the moon, the group purges some stirges then contends with bridge luck. Pascal makes some fashion choices while Morebeek gains no fans in a graveyard. Ponine continues to shine with her grace while Val contemplates sharks. Connect: Twitter Discord Facebook Instagram Website Please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on itunes or your favorite podcasting platform! Also if you post on social media and use the hashtag #NxNQ, your name might even get picked for an NPC in a later episode. Support: Visit our Patreon and leave a rating and review on iTunes or your favorite podcast source! Get a free audio book at Audible! We don’t pay to advertise so word of mouth and reviews are crucial for new listeners finding the show. So please spread the word! Cast: David Alvord (Pa's "Pascal" Scaltula) Tiffany Alvord (Valen Mor) Chelsea "Little Red Dot" Steverson (Sylo Scibin Sporelit) Guests: Zach Gaskins (Morbeek) Karen Murphy (Ponine)
Day 70: We spent the night hovering outside the cave, waiting in case the dragon tried to slip out in the darkness. At dawn, a great rush of warm air sighed out of the opening. I surreptitiously wiped a tear from my eye, because I was sure what that must mean. I bent my head for […]
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the 8th study session on Gary Rivlin's Katrina: After The Flood. Mr. Rivlin is a White man; while working for the New York Times he reported on the catastrophic engineering failure and negligence that destroyed New Orleans in August of 2005. His 2015 bestseller unpacks a decade of asymmetrical "recovery." To be frank, ten years of black New Orleanians being racially dislocated and purposely impeded from rebuilding their lives. Rivlin examines all areas of people activity: the institution of charter schools, the destruction of public housing, and the looting of funds designated for flood victims. Last week's session revealed the pitiful condition of the city 8 months after the storm. Many black residential areas remained deserted, without electricity, water or even traffic lights. Hoards of Whites hoped to exploit the depoluated town by thwarting Ray Nagin's bid for re-election. Ron Foreman, Jimmy Reiss, Boyse Bollinger, Ashton Phelps and other Whites who bankrolled Nagin's path to city hall, now worked to toss him out with Katrina's debris. We hope this text will offer a more complete understanding of Hurricane Katrina and it's aftermath as a meticulously planned campaign of genocide against black New Orleanians. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://tiny.cc/ledjb CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE: 564943# The C.O.W.S. archives: http://tiny.cc/76f6p
These next three episodes will be on hoarding and I have with me to help explain hoarding, Sally Reinholdt, owner of Commonwealth Organizing Solutions [ http://cosolva.com ]. Sally is a Registered Nurse and professional organizer who uses many of the skills she learned as a nurse to help her clients become more organized and productive. Sally: The short answer is that it can be anyone. Hoarding doesn’t discriminate. In some cases it appears to have a genetic component as hoarding can run in families. It can be the result of a traumatic experience but sometimes there is no clear trigger. Sadly, hoarders are many times very creative people who see all sorts of potential in the things they collect. Unfortunately their potential for using that creative energy is stymied by their need to constantly accumulate. There are also high levels of anxiety, depression and perfectionism associated with hoarding. Sally: The number of hoarders in the United States is very difficult to calculate because in so many cases hoarders are able to hide their situations from family and friends until some sort of event or crisis brings the hoarding to light. Depending on the literature estimates for the number of hoarders in the United States ranges from 1.2 million to as many as 6 million people. Sally: May, 2013, was the first time hoarding was included in the DSM-V with its own discrete clinical definition. It was previously categorized as symptom of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Ray: Not that sweeping all your stuff under the carpet is the solution, but putting your clutter out of sight is a productivity hack in which you can reap immediate benefits. Princeton University Neuroscience Institute found that when you clear physical clutter in sight, you are less likely to be distracted and are more productive. If you're feeling distressed from physical clutter, take as much as you can and put it away so you see less of it…the more clear surfaces in sight the better. Try it. [ PUNI article, "Top-down and bottom-up mechanisms in biasing competition in the human brain": http://www.princeton.edu/~napl/pdf/BeckKastner2008.pdf ] In Part II in this series on Hoarding, Sally and I will discuss how compulsive hoarding is defined and classified.
Historian David Schwei and Archaeologist Chris Cloke (UC Classics) report live while on-site in Greece, where they discuss coins found during excavation. Learn how ancient coins were made, how the Greek and Roman economies worked, and what we can learn from coins’ images as well as where they are found. The hosts discuss how the tradition of including rulers' portraits on money began with Alexander the Great and continues even today with monarchs such as Queen Elizabeth II. They also explain how people in the ancient world hoarded their coins in times of strife or economic uncertainty, and unwittingly created some of archaeology’s most amazing finds. Written by David Schwei; featuring Christian Cloke, David Schwei, and Sarah Lima; produced by Christian Cloke and Sarah Lima; featuring Vivaldi's Gloria; recording and editing by R. Aaron Allen Productions.
EPISODE 16 Recorded September 6th and 16th 2011 An Australian and a Californian discuss Wikileaks for your infotainment. This week we looked at the leak at Wikileaks, which involved a series of errors leading to the unredacted and complete Cablegate dump of over a quarter of a million cables. We also looked at Chinas' up and coming economy again, and what it means for the economies of the USA and Australia, and at Libya and Japan. We looked at the situation in Syria, and at what Amnesty International are doing to help civilians there. http://www.mediafire.com/file/wjvqahqwksz9qb3/Meaningless%20Words%20Episode%2016%2C%20recorded%20September%206th%20%26%2016th%2C%202011.mp3
This month has seen an archaeological spoil heap the size of Nero's party leftovers. And it's been quite a month for Roman archaeologists who've just announced the positive identification of a very rare portrait of young Nero from the site of Fishbourne (the interview was recorded the day before 3D scans confirmed his identity). Also announced was the discovery of a very likely candidate for Nero's great banqueting hall. Our Anglo Saxon man, Tom Birch, discusses the incredible Staffordshire hoard and in Backyard Archaeology we find out about the Aberdeen database of ships with contributors from across the globe. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
This month has seen an archaeological spoil heap the size of Nero's party leftovers. And it's been quite a month for Roman archaeologists who've just announced the positive identification of a very rare portrait of young Nero from the site of Fishbourne (the interview was recorded the day before 3D scans confirmed his identity). Also announced was the discovery of a very likely candidate for Nero's great banqueting hall. Our Anglo Saxon man, Tom Birch, discusses the incredible Staffordshire hoard and in Backyard Archaeology we find out about the Aberdeen database of ships with contributors from across the globe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.