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Fiona O'Leary is a fearless firebrand, and mother of four autistic children. She is also an online vigilante who will stop at nothing to take down proponents of MMS. She's part of a loosely affiliated group of keyboard warriors known as "The Bleach Hunters.” Her Nemesis is Kerri Rivera, a former real estate agent who created something called "The Autism Protocols", which promote using MMS as a "cure" for autism. Meanwhile, a tragic death in the South Pacific of someone using MMS alerts the FDA that something might be terribly wrong. A Neon Hum Media, Bloomberg & Sony Music Entertainment production. Find out more about The Binge and other podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts and follow us @sonypodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode's guest is Miriam Schulman--an artist, author, and host of The Inspiration Place podcast. She's helped thousands of creatives around the world develop their skill sets and create more time and freedom to do what they love. Her signature coaching program, The Artist Incubator, teaches artists to go from so-so sales to sold-out collections. After witnessing 9/11, she abandoned a lucrative hedge fund to become a full-time thriving working artist. Featured in major publications including Forbes, The New York Times, Where Women Create, Art of Man, and Art Journaling magazine. Her artwork has also been featured on NBC's “Parenthood” and the Amazon series “Hunters” with Al Pacino. Her book with HarperCollins Leadership, Artpreneur, provides the actionable steps to turn your creative ideas into a thriving business. You'll find immense value in Miriam's shared wisdom. She'll discuss: Her journey to find the artist in her soul. The critical importance of believing in your audience. How artists can effectively utilize AI. How to infuse your “inner weirdo” into your stuff (and what “weirdo” really means). What art collectors really want. What people who buy from you are really buying. So, embrace your own inner weirdo, settle back, and enjoy this week's episode. Resources: firstname.lastname@example.org schulmanart.com podcast [The Inspiration Place] schulmanart.com/itunes YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/schulmanart Instagram https://instagram.com/schulmanart Book pre-order: ArtpreneurBOOK.com Brand You Funnels Info Session: I created an all-in-one online marketing and customer management platform for people who are ready to get real business systems in place. This includes calendars, customer onboarding, email marketing, online courses, and more. Every month I am hosting a free live training on how I've used this system to run my business. Learn more and sign up at brandyoufunnels.com Connect with Me on Social: Instagram LinkedIn Facebook Twitter YouTube EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to Danny Ozment. Find out more at emeraldcitypro.com.
Audible books, for many, are replacing hardcopy for many reasons but mainly for convenience. Hunters particularly enjoy the ability to listen while logging windshield time to and from the hunt. Testing the waters so to speak, Steve has chosen to read an essay from his book titled Time Travel. The piece spotlights Steve's physical journey to the land of 1950's author and self-proclaimed “perfect” hunter/houndsman Samuel J. Hunnicutt who wrote the cherished Twenty Years Hunting and Fishing in the Great Smoky Mountains. Steve read the book in the 1950s and it remains one of his favorites.Additionally, Steve visits by phone with octogenarian coon hunter Fred Moran the Redbone Man to catch up on the night-hunting exploits of one of the sport's oldest and most active hunters. The visit is vintage Moran with hunting stories and humor to burn. Want to hear the rest of Steve's story? Make sure to check out "GONE TO THE DOGS - A COON HUNTER'S JOURNEY" Steve Fielder BooksGone to the Dogs (dusupply.com)
Make your dog happy. Shoot better. That's one of the topics as shooting instructors and hunters Dave and Vandy Fiedler of Mid Valley Clays and Shooting School join us. We'll cover the Churchill method of shotgunning, hunting scenarios, common mistakes, and some easy ways to get closer to a better shotgun fit at the big-box store. We learn to shoot doubles better, find out why patterning the gun is overrated and patterning your ammo is underrated, how to select a shotgun, and using clay targets to become a better bird hunter. "Handle It" shows you a fun game that will teach you how much praise to use when training your dog; and you chime in on your new year's resolutions for your dog. It's brought to you by: Sage & Braker Mercantile, Pointer shotguns, Mid Valley Clays and Shooting School,, @midwayusa, #midwayusa, Midway USA, TrulockChokes, FurFeathersFriends and FindBirdHuntingSpots.com.
Howard "Mad Max" Mullen last joined us for Episode 100, and he's back to discuss the tragic loss of Army Ranger Joseph Kapacziewski this past week, SHOT Show 2023, his time in the DMZ of Korea, how the current crop of Army Rangers stack up against his generation of operators, and his Christian faith. Max was a Ranger Hall of Fame inductee in 2013. He served in 1/75th, 2/75th, 3/75th, and 75th Ranger Regimental Headquarters. He is currently working as the founder and owner of TacSim Media Group, is a public speaker, and does charity work to benefit the special operations community and their families. You can follow Max on Instagram @Max_Mullenn and donate to Silent Warriors Foundation at https://silentwarriorfoundation.com/ Follow us: http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcasthttp://twitter.com/battlelinepod Discover how Shuteye Chai can revolutionize your sleep and get 15% off at http://helloned.com/BATTLELINE For 15% off all Fort Scott Munitions products go to http://fsm.com & use promo code: Battleline Photonis Defense is the global leader in night vision solutions providing more high-quality night vision capabilities than anyone. Hunters, shooters, boaters and outdoor enthusiasts rely on Photonis Defense systems to make their adventures safer and more successful. Visit http://photonisdefense.com for more information; or look for Photonis Defense product options from your night vision dealer. A veteran owned company that gives back to the community through a different veteran charity every month, BeardVet. They have a variety of products including their American made coffee, roasted in Omaha, Nebraska. Check them out now: http://beardvet.com - For 10% off you can now use promo code: Tanto For full video of this episode, subscribe to our Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/c/BattlelinePodcast
Great episode featuring Joe Miles of Asio Gear. Joe comes on to talk about the 7 bucks he killed this year and his next trip to Mexico to hunt mule deer this coming week. Don gets on a rant with one of the listeners submitted questions talking about dogs running loose. Even Don has problems in this area on his farm. He is not happy. Great episode! We hope you enjoy. Coupon Code: GIANTS at www.hardcorehammers.com Camo for Tree Stand Hunters - www.asiogear.com Higgins Outdoors Website: https://higginsoutdoors.com/ Higgins Outdoors Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/higginsoutdoors Higgins Outdoors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/higginsoutd... Find your dream property: www.buyafarm.com Food Plot Seed: https://www.realworldwildlifeproducts... Best Deal on Chevy Trucks - home of the new diesel truck every year https://www.buyavictorychevy.com/ Best Bows, period: https://www.mathewsinc.com/ Blinds AFFORDABLE, COMFORTABLE, AND WITHOUT COMPROMISES. https://www.360huntingblinds.com/ Hunters who demand quality, demand Lone Wolf https://www.lonewolfhuntingproducts.c... Superior Optics: https://www.vortexoptics.com/ Electric Bikes for all terrains: https://quietkat.com/ Tractor Implements and More: https://wildlifefarming.com/ Trees for Land Managers: http://www.gingerichtrees.com/
This week we talk about Vlarg's Skyrim woes, Meepleville's Flea Market, LVO, Mount & Blade, Hunters, Marvel's Midnight Suns, Knights of the Dinner Table reaches 300, The WORST game on Steam, Tron 3, Our not-so-super powers, Nintendo World's gamification, OGL 1.2a, Borderlands reshoots, the Alien tv show, Sister Darkness, and the reboot of the 80's film HOUSE. So force them eyelids, it's time for a Geek Shock!
Marine Lacoste is a keyboard player from Quebec Canada who plays with major artists Uncle Kracker and Corey Hart, as well as fronting her own band Highway Hunters. We talk on all three with Marine plus her establishment of a piano academy for rock players. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button […]
Actor, director, and producer Louis Ozawa (Hunters, Predators, The Bourne Legacy, Jack Ryan) joins the FNM family to talk about the newly released Hunters second season (Amazon Prime). We talk about the depths his character, Joe, has to go to this season, the experience playing opposite "Hitler" and working with Al Pacino. We also play some signature FNM games, of course. Sign up for the Friday Night Movie Newsletter for giveaways, curated episode playlists from the hosts and guests (including our mom), and at MOST one email per month (and probably fewer). Closed captions for this episode are available via the player on the official Friday Night Movie homepage, the Podbean app and website, and YouTube. The Friday Night Movie Family supports the following organizations: the DC Abortion Fund, HIAS, NAACP Legal Defense Fund | Equal Justice Initiative | Asian American Journalists Association. Subscribe, rate and review us on your favorite podcast platform, including iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | Podbean | Overcast. Catch up on all the Friday Night Movie SXSW special coverage in this playlist, including featured interviews from SXSW Wonder House hosted by the University of Arizona. Play along with Friday Night Movie at home! Read the FNM Glossary to learn the about our signature bits (e.g., Buy/Rent/Meh, I Told You Shows, Tradesies, etc). Send us your recommendations and your tradesies! We'll watch them and report back on the show! Email us at email@example.com or tweet @FriNightMovie, @pancake4table, @chichiKgomez, and/or @paperBKprincess. Follow our creations and zany Instagram stories @frinightmovie, @FNMsisters, and @pancake4table. Follow us on Letterboxd (@pancake4table) where we're rating every movie we've EVER watched. Subscribe to our quarterly newsletter for exclusive giveaways and news! Theme music by What Does It Eat. Subscribe and leave a review on IOS or Android at fridaynightmoviepod.com.
Tal vez han pasado miles y millones de años, pero Jorge y Mario se niegan a claudicar, primer episodio de este 2023 que nos pone otra vez de pie en el presente. "Hunters II" y la nueva serie "The Last of Us" se convierten el el tema de conversación de este par de malos, y por ahí se cuela una pequeña noticia de los Oscars. #Oscars #Hunters #Primevideo #HBO #thelastofus Recuerden seguirnos en: https://www.facebook.com/unnombrex https://www.instagram.com/unnombrex_podcast/
In tonight's episode, I'll once again be focusing on strange phenomena that people are encountering in nature. TELL YOUR STORY Contact Form: https://www.paranormalmysteriespodcast.com/tell-your-story Voice Message: http://www.sharemyevp.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org SUPPORT THE SHOW Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/paranormalmysteries? BuyMeACoffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/paranormal PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=MG24QCZBAWRRN Merchandise: https://www.zazzle.com/store/paranormalmysteries WEBSITE & SOCIAL MEDIA Website: https://www.paranormalmysteriespodcast.com Forum: https://www.paranormalmysteriespodcast.com/forum YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ParanormalMysteriesPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paranormalmysteriespodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paranormalmysteriespodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParaMysteryPod MY WIFE'S “SLEEP AND RELAXATION PODCAST” YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxzk_mPNq05aS4wcNlvCCSA Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3aOsZoy Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3zwS29T Pandora: https://bit.ly/3xjB1NX Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3NNmsZW iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/3HgoS0F REFERENCES 1. “Strange and Frightening Encounters With Forest Spirits” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2019/04/strange-and-frightening-encounters-with-forest-spirits/ 2. “Strange Folklore, Dark Forces, and Mysterious Wilderness Vanishings” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2021/03/strange-folklore-dark-forces-and-mysterious-wilderness-vanishings/ 3. “Almost Vanished: Stalked and Hunted by Sinister Forest Entities” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2020/05/almost-vanished-stalked-and-hunted-by-sinister-forest-entities/ 4. “The Almost Vanished: Lured Into the Woods By Strange Forces” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2020/05/the-almost-vanished-lured-into-the-woods-by-strange-forces/5. “Strange Paranormal Tales of People Almost Taken by the Forest” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2020/10/strange-paranormal-tales-of-people-almost-taken-by-the-forest/ 6. “Bizarre Tales of the Almost Vanished” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2016/09/bizarre-tales-of-the-almost-vanished/ 7. “The Eerie Vanishing and Reappearance of Katherine Van Arst” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2021/04/the-eerie-vanishing-and-reappearance-of-katherine-van-arst/ 8. “Picking Berries and Mysterious Vanishings” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2019/10/picking-berries-and-mysterious-vanishings/ 9. “Mysterious Vanishings and Deaths of Hunters and Fishermen” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2020/03/mysterious-vanishings-and-deaths-of-hunters-and-fishermen/ 10. Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/ 11. Your Ghost Stories - https://www.yourghoststories.com/12. David Paulides / Missing 411 - https://www.canammissing.com/page/page/8396197.htm13. Fortean Times - https://subscribe.forteantimes.com/ MUSIC & MEDIA PROVIDED BY https://www.paranormalmysteriespodcast.com/stock-music-media PODCAST SOURCE https://www.spreaker.com/show/paranormal-mysteries-podcast © Copyright 2023 Paranormal Mysteries Podcast. All rights reserved.
Hey Wicked Hunters, I'm so excited to share this week's podcast with someone who's a master in storytelling. Subodh is a photographer who left his job to pursue his passion for photography. In this podcast, he shares how he came across many challenges to staying afloat during the pandemic. He thought he had to let go of working on his passion for photography. But during the toughest time, Subodh finds the courage to push on and pivot to stay true to his purpose. Subodh is a master of storytelling both through words and photography. A true inspiration. 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You know, that's how light works, you know, if you're true to what you do, and especially after COVID, I realised, you know, I said, the COVID story is a long story. And I literally thought that's the end of my whole journey, you know, the photography, end of it, let's go back to work, because I'm done. But that's when something happens. You know, a number of things have happened in COVID Unexpected jobs, some unexpected awards, I don't even participate in photography competitions. But during that time, there was no option I had to participate so that I can earn some money out of it and sustain myself till the COVID goes away. So I won awards, I got unexpected jobs from really big, big corporate companies, which kept me afloat, and then came NFT. And it completely changed the game. So whenever you feel that's it, that's the end of it. Just know that it's just a passing phase, and it will be okay. So yeah, follow your passion, everything's gonna be okay. 1:03 Here we go. Hunters, welcome back to The Art of Photography podcast, where we share artists journey, and how they find hope, purpose and happiness, true photography. And today, we have somebody who's very, you know, very iconic in the NFT world, and he is someone who have such an incredible work, both in all kinds of genre, and I am so honoured to have him here, because, you know, he runs a lot of Twitter spaces. And for those of you who are not in Twitter, it's basically a place for us to voice hang out around each other. And he got one of the craziest story. So this is one of the reasons why I want him here to share some of the story in, you know, not only to intrigue you, but also in hope that you can draw inspiration from where he had gone through. So let's welcome to both Shetty both how're you doing Welcome to the Art of Photography 2:03 podcast. I certainly. And hi to everyone listening. So nice to be here. It's always interesting to get a chance to share your story because that's what we do. You know, we are storytellers, and they can never be enough that we can speak about our journey as well as our art. So it's good to be here. 2:23 Ya know, like, absolutely. And I think you're really good with storytelling is something that, you know, every time I hear you talk, I always try to learn and pick up the way you tell a story. It's just so, so intriguing, and really keep you on the edge. So I really enjoy that. So hey, no doubt 2:45 that he said that because I was keep wondering if I make people bored in my spaces with my stories, you know, because sometimes I go all over the place because I am a guy who's very curious. And I'm not a guy who just sticks to photography. I go everywhere, you know, I am into cosmic stuff, you know, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Carl Sagan and all that. I'm towards the other side. I watch a lot of podcasts, including all this Joe Rogan stuff. So yeah, I go everywhere. So I bring everything to the table. Wherever I can connect the dots. I'm like, oh, yeah, that makes sense. This makes sense. So sometimes I wonder if my storytelling is all random. But I'm glad that makes sense. 3:22 Well, it's, it's interesting, right? Because a lot of people have different kind of take to it. But I'm, I'm very similar to you. I love hearing like, I get curious very easily. And I love to explore. So when you should, you know, tell a different thing about a totally different thing about the initial story that we were talking about, I actually get really intrigued about it. So I don't know if it's just me, but I'm sure you know, a lot of people are on your space. I'm sure they are really enjoy it. But um, you know, you you made a lot of success in the NFT world. And I can say that you're one of the person who helped shape the NFT world right. Now, before we kind of get into that. And, you know, like your amazing photography, not only in wildlife and other genre, just tell us a little bit about who is both, you know, and how did you get started with photography? 4:20 Third, no, I'm, I come from a corner in India, which is South India, there's a small little town called Manipal. So that's where it comes from. Manipal is known for its educational universities and everything. It's spread across the world, including the place I'm right now in Dubai. So even in Dubai, we got a Manipal University, which comes from my back door. So yeah, it's very famous place for education. That's where I come from. And as far as you know, my photography goes, I came to Dubai in 2009 in search of a job at that point, I had no photography in my life. So I came to look for a job because just to go uh you know, find something which is worthwhile came to the why and I had a pharmaceutical degree. So I got into this pharma field and I used to be the pharma business and yeah, eventually device is a beautiful country city with a lot of wonderful cityscapes and Burj Khalifa and whatnot, it's very well organised and very much ready for photographers to explore. So in between all that, you know, there was Facebook, which is quite new at that time, and in Facebook, I would see that photographers from Dubai are posting pictures of Dubai in a very beautiful way. And yeah, we all know, you know, photography versus our eye, there's a difference. Because in photography, there's editing this blue hour, this golden hour, which is not that vibrant in our normal life, you know, we just see it in real way. So that photos really got me I'm like, Wow, man, these people are creating some standards. And I think I shouldn't be creating the same because they're all next to me, you know, this all wonderful structures. And that's how I began photography, I got a camera, and it was just a Nikon three, one double zero, which is the most basic camera can buy. Because it's not so sure, because there have been phases in my life, where I've got a guitar, for instance, before photography, I got a guitar, I'm like, Okay, I'm gonna learn music and I failed miserably. And I realised, I should be more careful because that guitar was very expensive one, and then it's of no use, because I can't play the guitar. So I'm like, I'm not gonna do the same mistake with my photography. So I got a very, very cheap camera with a kit lens and explored the streets of Dubai, shooting all the cityscapes and everything. And then I realised, okay, there's something in this photography, which clicks for me, you know, I have some kind of an eye for it. Because I would always, even in my real life, you know, whatever I do, even right now, as I speak to you, there is keyboard in front of me, there is mouse in front of me, there's the airport in front of me, even when they're on the table, I like to keep it organised, I don't want it to be scattered all over the place, that compositional thing is always in me, keeping things in order. So that's exactly what I did with photography, I was trying to create a order in those chaos. And I realised there is something called composition, which comes to me naturally, and I took it took advantage of it. And we may hit Facebook today. But Facebook is where I got all the encouragement. During my beginning days, there used to be a lot of photography groups, and I would take my, you know, beginner style images and post on the group. And they would give me feedbacks. And I learned a lot through that process. And I realised that, you know, it's a bunch of people who are creating all these things for nothing but happiness, you know, just for the sake of feeling good. And I realised this is a nice place to be. And that's how it all began. Eventually, he wants you in every picture I took during those days in the beginning, this would be 301, double zero, then I got a wide angle lens, I would pop up a ND filter on it, and 1000 which is like crazy, high amount of nd I wanted everything to be a five minute exposure, nothing less would do. So that was my initial phase. And then I eventually started getting bored of it. I'm like, Is that the end of my photography? I'm not connecting to it anymore. So then one of my friends told me into street photography, I said, No, I'm not interested. I don't want to do streets. Because Dubai has two sides. One is the Burj Khalifa and the buildings. Other side is the old Dubai with real people doing real things on the streets. People mean, he said, Come over, just try streets once, maybe you will like it. And I tried it. And that was the life changing moment, I would say in photography, because I completely quit the cityscapes and got into street photography, meeting people talking to them, having some tea with them taking their portraits, you know, everything is a chaos and in between that you're finding some gems that really clicked for me. And that's how my photography began. And then eventually you start meeting the right people connecting with a small bunch of you create your own small little group and then you start going out more and more, it becomes something that you look forward to, you know, you pretend to work for five days during the week, just looking forward to that two days of weekend when you can go out and shoot again. That gives the boost which is incredible, I'm sure in every photographer understand. Yeah, no, 9:07 I totally it's like a getaway for us. Right? It's a way to be free and be ourselves and be able to express ourselves. Now that's that's really interesting. I don't think I've heard that side of you know, of the long exposure part so you're really intrigued with the really extra long exposure creating that really smooth scene and then you turn into street photography and that kind of sparked your your idea. I mean, your your love for photography. Now. What are you know, like, I guess when you say you tried guitar before, and I'm sure as someone who loves to explore everything, right? I'm sure there's a lot of things that you like to try in the past. So what make you stay in photography, like what what is different compared to guitar and other thing that you have? pursued and try and, you know, want to be good at? 10:04 Yeah, I mean, one, there are a couple of things, you know, if I have to again, go back to those days, when I got into streets, what made me connect to the streets is the stories that comes along, you know, because you don't just meet a person, you meet a building you I mean, not made, you see a build, take a picture that's about it, there's no conversation, it looks great, it gets a lot of whatever, Marie shares and everything, but still, you're not communicating anything really interesting there. But in case of people, every time I point a camera, you know, even before you point a camera to a person, there will be a small conversation, can I take a picture of you, this and that, and then there'll be some jokes, and people usually get nervous. And all those little things which you navigate as you get to the point where you take a picture, that's very, very interesting for me, because I get to learn a lot. And I come from India, and in Dubai, it's a mix of India and Pakistan, and all kinds of nationalities, Egyptians and whatnot. You know, everyone, there are 170 nationalities in UAE. So you have a chance to communicate with so many people, and sometimes you you you can make a picture, without even knowing the language, you know, if it's India or Pakistan, I can talk in my language, Hindi, and they will get to know what I'm trying to say. But there are certain times when you meet a Chinese, they don't talk a word of English, how do you communicate, I still want this picture. That navigation, you know, makes it a lot of fun, you know, do you just realise that humans are humans, you know, it's, it's so much fun. No, you explore the psychology and how it all works. And at the end of it, you know, you bring a smile on their face, you have a smile on your face by the end of it. And even eventually, as that thing progressed, and I realised that I love people, I love to shoot people, but they're still in my mind, maybe just another face, you know, I liked long exposure of city that accepted to STS, maybe there's something else I need to do, maybe I still not found that real side of my photography. And that's how I realised that I should travel and travel to the Himalayas, my very first trip was to the Himalayas, and in India, and when I went to the Himalayas, it's my first time seeing all the snow peaks and everything. I took all my wide angles, and ND filters and everything, because I thought maybe this is the real face of my photography, where I'll put a nd take a picture of this Himalayan peaks, and I'll be so connected. But then I realised you went to Himalaya, I was interacting with people more, I was enjoying meeting those locals more than the mountains. I enjoy seeing the mountains, I love that lack of oxygen, it makes me feel more alive, weirdly. But what really connected to me was the locals, you know, the people on the land. So again, I realised people are my strength, you know, I need to do this more and more and more, and it gives me wings, you know, because throughout my life, I don't know how it works in your country. But in India, we are always busy with study, study, study till one point and you get your degree and then you go out and start working. There's no real exploration happening there, you know, nowadays is changing. But before during our times, I feel I'm not that old to say during our times, that is the 1990s There are still no such concept as to ask you get your education, you're also travelling and exploring none of those things. You just study, study, study, and you get a degree, you're into job, and then you just live that normal life. But here, it gives me a chance to explore the world for the first time and all because of just one little thing in my hand, which is camera, which gave me all the excuse. And I began travelling like a lot, it is literally a viral infection. Now once I took the flight and went to Himalayas, I'm like where next? You know, and I still had a job, full time job. And I would still make sure that I find excuses, take some leaves of the job and get out and make this travels happen. I went to many, many places in India, Sri Lanka, and Nepal, one after the other, I started taking off places from my from my bucket list. So yeah, this connects connecting with people and excuse to travel to a new place, meet new people, and understand the culture, you know, it completely changes your perspective towards the world. I think that's what keeps me going. It kept me going to the extent where in 2017, you know, 2010 is when I took photography 2017, seven years of managing photography, and my corporate job came to a standstill in English like either choose this or choose that you can't do both. Now we know it because it won't justify either often. So that's when I gave up on my full time job. And I in 2017, I became a full time photographer, I put up my own company in Dubai, which is quite expensive to do and quite a risk to take. And since then, I've been doing photography workshops, which again is an important factor which keeps my photography going because I know that whatever I create, it's one thing to just put it on social media this and that getting the likes and followers and whatever. But also at the same time you're creating a bigger impact which is inspiring others to take up the same passion because a lot of people have cameras. It's not a big deal. Everyone has a camera now, but making them step out of their comfort zone, making them travel with me so that I can show them what I see how I feel, why it's so important to capture these people that is a catalyst, which keeps me going. And that's why I do photography workshops full time, that's my full time job now. So as such kind of motivation, there's nothing that can stop it. Yeah, wow, that's, that's 15:20 inspiring. And, you know, like, I totally can resonate with that, you know, having to being told that the only way to succeed in life is to go to school, get a good grade, and then you go to a good university and get good grades, get good job, get married, buy a house, and you die, right. And, honestly, like, I didn't know any other way of life until like, when I was 30. And that's when I left my career as a mechanical engineer. And, you know, I didn't even know what I was doing. But I, I know that it's not what I wanted to do. And I know that I love photography. So I totally can resonate with what you meant, you know, especially. And like, when you look at the Western culture, it's a little bit different, right. And they're encouraged to explore and take a gap year before before the, the before they full time work and stuff like that. So they can actually figure out what they want to do in life, whether they like that lifestyle, or whether they like the nine to five, which nothing too, nothing wrong with it at all. But I think the worst thing is when you do something that is not you, right, and just have that, that conflict within yourself, but really love what you shared there. And one thing that I really admire with you is the storytelling, right? I said this earlier, now you normally you do storytelling through words, but also through your photography. Now, I want to get into a little bit more of that. So when you go out there, right, whether it's on the street, whether it's the building, whether it's the wildlife, or the landscape and travels. How do you translate what you see? And how do you translate that into a frame that tell us story? 17:09 Yeah, that's a very interesting question. Because storytelling is always debated. In photography, even now, in Twitter spaces. There's always every second day that someone comes up and says, Your photo should do the talking. Artists should not add descriptions. I'm like, No, you have to add your descriptions. Because, you know, because we are storytellers, what's what's this? You know, what's the point, you know, without any story, just a beautiful image is common, you know, it's everywhere. What makes the picture special is the story which comes behind it, because it's the artistic emotion that comes along with it. So when I think one of the common mistakes that people do, even I did before, and I learned from that, through experience, is when you're telling, trying to tell a story, don't just tell the story of what's in front of you, you know, if I'm taking a picture of, for instance, in order to do a quick example, one of my NFT was a wildlife image of a lioness with her cups, you know, it's a single frame with one lioness and three cups next to her. My story could have been here is a lioness in Maasai Mara, in Kenya, sitting on a termite hill and watching the sunrise or whatever, that would be straightforward, because anyone who sees the picture, that story is there, you know, they will, they can read it, it's common knowledge. So you don't have to tell something which is already there. Tell something beyond that, you know, tell what you feel about it. Take it around, you know, in a different manner. For instance, in that picture, my story was about Lion King. You know, I connected the Movie Lion King, which we all know the Disney movie, in that movie, lion is the king and lioness is completely ignored. Because it's a lioness. It's all about the king what he does, and blah, blah, blah, fighting with his brother. I don't know the story exactly. But it's all about the lion as the hero. But in real life, when you see wildlife photography, when you see these lions and real, it's never about the Lion King. You know, it's always about the Queen, because she's the one who hunts, who brings food for the whole family. She's the one who protects the kids. She's also the one who manages to keep lion in check. The King is kept in check by the lioness because they can misbehave sometimes. So it's all run by the Queen, and no one talks about it. So here I had a chance to tell that story that Disney had some in no like knowledge of how the animal world works, they would make this lion is the real king of that movie and not the lion acid as a whole. So that's the kind of narrative doesn't have to be always straightforward. Here is this thing and that's about it. Take it in other direction, tell what you feel about it. You know, as I'm shooting. I'm always thinking, you know, my mind is such I told you I'm a very, very curious guy and always thinking in different different ways. Even when I look at a lion or a cheetah or a leopard when I'm shooting them. I'm thinking of their mind, you know, like what they should be thinking right now. I'm never looking at a straightforward picture. I'm always looking in different different ways. For instance, a fly comes and sits on the face of a leopard I keep in mind The thing I keep looking at its eyes, what's its reaction to the flight as it walks around its face? What is it thinking right now, you know, that's the kind of thing I'm building in my head. And if I put that picture out tomorrow, I'll maybe talk about the flight and the leopard together, rather than tell it that we're sitting in a bush. Now, that's very boring. So I always take it in different different directions, a whole image description of a leopard, where I didn't talk of the leopard, I just wrote about its tail. Because the tail of a leopard is always it has its own language, it's always moving with its thoughts. And you can always see, when it's more curious, it moves in one way, when it's very bold, it moves in another way. So I wrote a story just about the tale of the leopard. I didn't even talk about the leopard itself. So those are the things you know, storytelling is very important. It's your narrative. And your job as a photographer is to tell the story, otherwise, how will you be remembered? Not by your 10,000 likes, not by your 1 million followers, you will be remembered by your stories. 20:57 Yeah, wow. That's, that's very profound. And it's really good to share that. And I think it's, it's a new perspective as well to kind of think about it from a different perspective. And I mean, I myself learn from that a lot, being able to look at a scenery, something that could happen, but tell it from a perspective of a different, different, different way, not only what you see, and that's really cool, I really enjoy that. Thanks for sharing that even for 21:26 instance, when I went to Everest base camp, I had a bunch of pictures which I created, I posted them on Instagram, and this and that. And during that time, again, the same thing came to my mind, okay, I went to Everest base camp, what do I say I brag about being in Everest base camp? What do I do with the storyline, and I was thinking about it. And as well, as I was walking to Everest base camp for those 10 days, I have to look at the people around me, like I said, you know, I look at a flight sitting on a leopard. So here, I have like 100 people in front of me. So I observe each one of them what's going through their mind, there's a small kid walking the Everest base camp. This is a two year old male who's walking the rest to Everest base camp. There are a lot of investors wanting to rush Basecamp. I'm thinking of all their stories, why they are here know what they're trying to do what they're trying to achieve. So I wrote a story about that, you know how it's not about me making it to Everest base camp. It's about why any one of us take that journey, whether it's Basecamp, or whatever it could be whatever the face of your life, why do we take that journey? You know, I wrote a story about the why of why we travel, and what it means to each one of those individuals. So the stories can be taken in many, many ways. Rather than say, I went to a rich base camp, and I made this image, I can take it in my own direction, my own emotions. So yeah, we have the subconscious of thoughts. In always, we're thinking, there's a second voice in our head, each one of us have that voice. Just note the note down those voices. Because every time you start giving some thought to that voice, you're hearing the story line, which you're building, as you're noting them down, you know, most of us unconsciously forget what our second mind was saying, you know, when you're pointing your camera at whatever it could be pointing it your mind. Second mind is always doing the other narrative in your head, if you just give it some thoughts, and put a mental note to that you have a story right there. That's the other side of the story, then what you're looking at? 23:15 Wow, that is so much value, right? There's so much wisdom, and I really love that. And, you know, just going to that storytelling, and you know what you say about the second mind. We talked you talked about how they are the obvious and they are the thing that that come into the story, right, the secondary and tertiary and the things that not necessarily been the main focus, not the the main, grand, grandest, most obvious thing. Now. We know that, you know, in this world, in this era, right now, there is so many different types of distraction, right, our phone is keep buzzing, and then somebody's calling and, you know, we got our, our iPod, our iPhone, and you know, some people you have even like multiple phones and all this stuff. So how do you kind of separate that separate? The, you know, like, kind of isolate yourself in in this moment, so that you could hear and listen and explore what's in front of you? 24:24 Yeah, I mean, I do deep space photography. And in deep space photography, we have a term called signal to noise, which is how much of signal and how much of noise are you capturing? So I think that's the same thing here. You know, cut the noise, you know, there will be a lot of distractions, whether it's NFT side of the world, you see how many dramas run there every single day. I don't indulge in those dramas. I read them. I move on this AI conversation going on right now. What is AI whether AI is art, or is not art. I have my opinion. If I have a space, maybe I'll talk about it. And that's about it. Beyond that. I don't go are, you know, going into every tweet and commenting on everyone and trying to prove that they are wrong? I am right. The moment you start doing into getting into that business, you're wasting your time, you know, your time is valuable, and your energy is important. So yeah, just trying to avoid all those nonsense we know even Instagram, there is a real nowadays, people are doing all kinds of shit on that Instagram nowadays, know, wonderful artists are lost their track, you know, they're doing whatever it takes to get that little followers and views and million, whatever. So I don't even give a damn I do my reels, but in my own way now very classy way in a very cinematic way. I said, I will never get into that business of me walking with the camera, and then the transition happens. I am like, I don't need all that, you know, that's not the kind of artists that I am. So you have to just choose your poison, you know, and choose your path. A lot of my friends say you're missing out on Instagram by not doing really, if you keep posting your wonderful cinematic videos, no one cares about them. If you put all your images, no one cares about it. I'm like, doesn't matter. I don't care. If it's 100 people liking my image or 1000 people liking my image doesn't matter. Whoever connects connects, or doesn't doesn't, I'll just let it be. You know, that's one of the things I do in my life, or just as being stoic. If you can't control something, just let it go. Don't break your head over it, you know. So I think that itself solves half of the issues. Otherwise, yeah, there is a lot of things. there's Twitter, there's Instagram, there's a little bit of Facebook, there's vero now new software, social media. And there is what WhatsApp and telegram and how many things are gonna manage. If you put if you intelligence into all these things. Even I have my friends, you know, I'm sure I hope he doesn't listen to this. But if he doesn't, that's fine. But we, me and him, we were both photographers. And before, you know, before I came into nfts, and everything we used to, during especially COVID days, we used to have a lot of wonderful friends. But we disagree on many things. And we used to have a lot of arguments on WhatsApp, very passionate, not like we are punching each other on face. It's just opinions. And it could be about COVID. Or it could be about vaccine and whatever. And we would argue a lot to and fro to and fro to and fro could go on and on and on forever. And now I realised that while I was doing that, it's a waste of time. Now, whenever he sends me something like that, I just have a common response. You are right, even though I don't believe in it. I just say you're right. And that's it, then what what else is left to say? He's right, nothing to argue about. So I just let it be, you know, now I learned that style of just letting it go. If you want to think you're right, you're right. Enjoy the madness. And let's move on, you know, so Yeah, time is very, very valuable. And I'm trying to now figure out ways to not waste my time on noise. Stick to the signal, signal to noise is very, very important. That is incredible. 27:51 And yeah, like, you know, there is there is a saying that, you know, in order to win the war, sometimes you have to lose a fight, right. And then sometimes you just have to let go and, and sometimes letting go is the best way to win. So that's very wise of you to kind of share that. And I really 28:11 love something. We all have opinions. And we're all passionate about our opinions. But it doesn't mean you could just go and bounce everywhere your opinions, you know, just give it when it has to be given. If you just go around 100,000 times running around with your opinion, then you're just being a joke, you know, so just keep it to yourself. It's okay to not always have everyone agree to you, you know, it's okay, we are humans. And there's always agree to disagree which happens. And most often. The moment you stay away from this madness, you have more time to do something else. People ask how do you I have so much of time to run spaces? How do you have so much time to go out and shoot and to make all this photography trips? That's exactly because of this reason? And I don't I use my time for space because I save that time by not arguing with someone else outside. So why don't you start saving time somewhere? You can invest it in the right place. 29:04 Yeah, that's absolutely important, right, focusing on the right things in life that give you the energy and give you the positivity. And that's great. And I think one thing that I want to get into a little bit deeper is what you said earlier about the social media, right? How the social media kind of drive that attention and drive, how people are putting out content and are and how people are consuming it. Now, I know that the social media is, you know, with everything that happened is one of the biggest source that creates impostor syndrome, one of the biggest source that create this lack, right because what people see on social media is it's never it's almost never like what it's in real life. It's the highlight of everyone's real right. I mean, even peep when people share The struggles like I do share a lot of my struggles on social media. But even that, like you don't know what I had to actually go through behind the curtain, you know, just to share that one thing, right? So what what do you what do you have to say for people who are kind of hitting this wall of imposter syndrome and, you know, searching for followers and looking for ways to, to get more exposure, because I think there are two different view of this, which is, you know, it's important to get the exposure and get your, you know, social media kind of have the engagement and so forth. Because a lot of times, that's when you get your sales, or that's when you get your next opportunity. You know, there aren't a lot of opportunity associated with the exposure you get on social media. But at the same time, there is also the negativity behind that, where it actually bring down, you know, the way you feel even the way you react to the world and behave as a person. So how do you have anything to say about how to find a balance and how to treat social media from that sense? 31:18 Yeah, I think I would be the last person to talk about social media, because I never followed I like I said, I never followed any of those norms of social media, and Instagram, there was a time when, as tax, you know, I have my own friends who used to use certain apps, which would create hashtags for them every single day, depending on what's the most happening hashtags. They would say, use this app, use this hashtag. I'm like, I'll not use a single hashtag, I don't care. No, that's my way. I don't care if they like me, or if they don't follow me. I just don't care. And that's the reason my Instagram is still below 20,000. You know, like, it's taken eight years, nine years to reach that 20,000 Because I'm not never pushing it. Well, my friends, maybe they have 100,000 followers, who cares? You know, I don't give a damn, you know, that 19,000 is also we know how Instagram works, you know, 556 1000 of them would be fake profiles. Maybe I have, let's say 10,000 actual followers, that's enough for me, you know, that's my little crowd. I'm happy with that. And, you know, I really don't care much. I don't use any of those hashtags. Like I told I don't do any of those trending reels, I do it my own way. And I never get into, you know, you had to post it this time of the day, you have to put post at this time of the night to get the maximum reach. I'm like, I don't give a fuck, I will post whenever I want. You know, I don't care. So that's been always me. And that continues to be me. Even in Twitter. There's a lot of algorithm things people talk about don't retweet too much. I'm like, I'll read it. 100 people every day, I don't care. Don't go to it too much. I'll record record with everyone. I don't care. So yeah, I mean, I just don't care. That's been my way. Even Twitter. I'm surprised. You know, it grew very fast. I came in January. And today, it's what December, almost 910 months awkward. So I never expected all these things to happen in Twitter, I just came in thinking, okay, and other social media, and I'm just gonna be me, you know, again, I'll never put any hashtags. And never do anything time based or anything that helps the algorithm, I'll do everything it takes not to feed algorithm, I'll do whatever I want. That's all you know, I don't care about algorithm and everything. We have spaces on this topic where people discuss, and I'm the bad guy there because I say do whatever the hell you want. Don't care about the algorithm. If the shadow venue, they'll bring you back not a problem. So yeah, that's been my way. I'm the last person to talk about social media and never let it really influence me too much. And, yeah, you had to just create your own piece with social media, if you just chase, if you look at others getting 1 million views or 10 million views on tick tock. And if you want the exact same thing to happen to you, you're wasting your energy, you know, just do good work, keep posting them up, and enjoy the process, rather than worrying about things you can't control. So yeah, I don't really I'm not the person to talk about social media at all. Yeah, well, I 34:08 think you have talked a lot about social media and I think that's very important to have. You know, I personally still believe that it's important to have the exposure but I think it's important to have that mindset as well of sticking to your own thing and not diluting your value right I think that is I see that a lot of people like you say a lot of good creators are no longer an artist in social media because the reels is you know, more and more people get attracted to 34:38 reels. The world is growing. 34:41 There you go. And, you know, and and it's I think it's okay to have that in social media. But, you know, when when you are an artist and you do too much of that then are what what are you doing right, you weren't that's not the reason you're here. It's different, you know, 34:57 disclose that in the difference. There are two kinds of creators, one who just lowers and likes and reads. And maybe that's their, that's what you need, do whatever it takes, then there's other kinds, who doesn't give a damn, just does whatever he likes. And when I see Instagram or any place I go, whether it's vero or Instagram, or even Twitter, you know, I know that I create a portfolio everywhere I go, I don't like to post random things, my selfies my whatever, you know, my cat, my car, I don't need all those things. I'm a photographer, and I'm going to stick only to that my voice and my language, then I'm a guy with a tattoo on my hand, which says religion, photography. So I need to take that thing seriously. So I treat it that way I can like my religion. So wherever I go, I make sure it's my portfolio and whatever people, if they visit Instagram, they'll see a clear portfolio of mine, what I do is exactly what I show. And beyond that, knows, even now I'm talking not talking to you with the camera on because that's me, I don't like to put my selfies. I don't like to do any of those self indulgent things, you know, because I'm not that guy. For me, it doesn't matter. You like my work? That's my signature. And that's about it. You know, beyond that, I can't help it. You know, and same thing with Twitter, I keep a portfolio. Same thing with vero, I keep a portfolio. So I like to keep it organised. So that another kind of photography photographer who's on social media, so if you're the first kind, if you want all the followers and likes and reach and algorithm and everything you care about, then of course, you need to play the game, which people are doing on social medias. But yeah, it's it's it's your path, you take your path, my path is this, I don't care about all that. 36:34 Yeah, that's incredible. And I think that's one of the most important thing for us to stick to is, you know, whatever feels right to us, and whatever was, you know, our own path now, you know, just kind of take it back a little bit, you know, you talk about this photography, talk about the storytelling, and how you can impact people and all this stuff. Now, if I were to ask you a one liner question, right? What is your mission in photography, like what you're hoping to bring to the world through what you've captured in the form of photographs? 37:13 Yeah, I do all kinds of photography, as you know. And wherever I do, there's always a story that I stick to, you know, whether it's wildlife, with wildlife, I'm trying to, from my own style, you know, I'm trying to create an awareness and make people appreciate this wonderful creatures, every time I speak about them, I speak with a lot of passion, I always mentioned, what's the problem happening in this field of wildlife, you know, when it comes to these animals, and I can kind of stress on how valuable they are, how little they are in this world, and how we can maybe do a small little thing and create a difference, et cetera, et cetera. So there's that, you know, I'm always I love wildlife. And from my childhood, I have been loving them. And I bring all that passion to that field. And with my portraits, I always like to tell the story of people there, you know, mostly, it's about what I learned is what I try to preach, which is when I have to travel to these corners of the world, and meet these people staying in the most humble way, and at the same time, most happiest people I ever come across. Because what I see in Dubai is miserable, you know, the people have so much of money, they're driving a Mercedes and whatever in a Lamborghini. And still, they're not happy to concede in the face. But when I go to this corner of the world, and people have literally nothing, and they're still the happiest people. So I try to communicate that, you know, there's some learning, that's my learning from these places. So wherever I go, I find those books, you know, as to what makes me go there again, and again, because I'm not a person who's ticking off all the countries in the world. And that's not my mission. I've seen some photographers do that. It's cool. If you want to visit every country in the world, that's incredible. But for me, it's always about going back to the same place. You know, once I go to a place, it's not like, I'm done, I've visited this place, it's over, I'm done with this place, I go again, and again and again, because I like to go into the depth of that place and understand the real, more and more depth of the stories behind those people and how they live and what they do. So yeah, these are the narratives that I've played with. And I think overall, you think of a broader perspective, after 50 years, what what is that I'm trying to create is just a beautiful narrative of how beautiful the spaces are. And those spaces may be very limited. Maybe I'll have 15 places explored in complete depth, rather than how 120 countries explored in 50 years. I don't want that attack, I just want those few places explored very, very well, in every sense possible, you know, so, yeah, for instance, I go to the Similan village, that's a bunch of villages around and so whenever I go, I was trying to create pictures of people and tell their stories. Then I started exploring more towards the Buddhist side of it, you know, because they're all Buddhist. And there are monasteries, first trying to understand from the monks side of life, you know, what they do, how they stay. What is their prayer rhythm, this and that, that I was trying to explore for some years now. I want to go back and explore the wild side side of it, you know, because they have snow leopards in that. So you need to go in certain times to find those snow leopards that adds another layer to that place. Every single time, you know, I try to keep on building on the same thing. So I want to be that guy who has taught maybe 15 places in absolute depth and created a nice long story through many, many years of visiting, rather than be the guy who visited 120 countries. 40:27 Yeah, that's, that's a really good thing. You know, I, I was in the same place. You know, before when I first started photography, I've been to I think, 27 countries. And after no 28. And after I started photography, for real, I've only been to an extra one country because I noticed the same way it's more interesting to go into that then all of these places, just going to the popular place, right? It's just, it's, it's incredible. When you see people just go to the main attraction, take one shot, a selfie, and then they go home, they like, don't look at the other place. You know, they didn't even go around the corner. And it's incredible. And yeah, I can totally resonate with that. Now, you know, when I want to talk a little bit about Nepal in the Himalaya, and I know how passionate you are about it. But one thing that I never heard is that what what really what really pull you about the Nepal in the Himalaya region that makes you really love that area compared to any other world? Because, you know, there are a lot of beautiful places around the world. Right. There are a lot of interesting culture everywhere. beautiful mountain tops as well as the landscape. But why Nipah? Why what keep pulling you into Nepal in the Himalaya region? 41:55 Yeah, that's a terrible question. Because I really don't know. I just don't know sometimes there are things which you can't explain. I think Himalaya is one of them. You have been to Pune. Basecamp. So you know it. So you know, my I can, that's my curious mind. I told you I look into Cosmos a lot. I look into a large number of things. And there are many sections of things that I will look into in much depth. And one of them is Himalayas. You know, if I look at my book cabinet right now, I think almost 50% is photography books. Other 50% is Himalayan books, you know, people who have climbed this wonderful mountains, I have, I've read almost every book possible in our field. And I don't even have a place to store those books anymore. Because that's how much I get intrigued by these mountains. Because the first time I saw it in my life, as I said, my travel photography began with Himalayas. The first time I put my eyes on it, I knew that okay, this is gonna be something very, very interesting for my future because I knew right then that I'm going to be coming back to this place over and over and over again. Because I don't know what's about it, you know, even when you go to Everest base camp, or you go to Annapurna base camp or any of these base camps, which is hard track, you don't really know if you think it's like you see in movies, people running around with full energy. No, you are, you are tired, you know, you are dirty, you are smelly stink like shit. So let's start painting and you know, everything is weird about that place. It makes you feel like what the fuck I'm doing here. But at the same time, I feel alive. You know, being in between all that madness. I feel good about it. So that's what I like about that particular place. It's a suffer fest, but at the same time, it makes you feel alive. I know. You're laughing a lot. I don't know what stinking part was funny, I guess. I don't know. But yeah, that's what makes Himalayas what it is, you know, lack of oxygen makes me feel good. And also, you know, like, one of my idols, you know, when it comes to I like people who live their life to the fullest without giving a damn and technically like, they know that life is so valuable. One of them is Reinhold Messner, if you know, Reinhold Messner, he is the first person to climb all 14 peaks, Himalayan peaks 8000 metres without supplementary oxygen. So I read a lot about him. Maybe I have some 20 books from him right now. Sitting in front of me as I speak. I read all of his books. I've seen every documentary that he has made. You know, these are the people who really make me want to go back to Himalayas because their passion is very contagious. And when you read the books and exactly why they go back, is exactly what you go back. I want to see everything there they have seen. So yeah, just a lot of things. You know, I said, it's very hard to explain. If you've never been to Himalayas, you'll never know. But once you go there, as I said, it is sufferfest but you'll enjoy the suffering of that place, you will come back much smarter and wiser. There's a reason why Indian monks and Nepali Buddhist monks go to the mountains to do their meditation. They can do anywhere but they still go to the extreme Himalayas, because there's something about that place which cannot be explained. 45:00 Yeah, I know it, I can, I can tell I can I can feel the same thing when I was in Annapurna. It's just something about the place that it felt magical. And the reason why I love a lot is that it always reminded me every time I go hiking, it always I always asked that question. I was like, Why? Why? Why am I here? Why do I put you through all this struggle, but as soon as you came down, you have a shower, and you just go, what is next? Right? What's the next mountain to go out to? And when you say that, it's just it cracked me up? Because it reminded me of that moment, every time you go up, and you look at this big wall in front of you, and you can't even see the summit, because they're so high and you go like, what am I doing here at 10pm at night, going into this mountain with all this crap behind me. But yeah, there's something about, you know, the achievement behind that there's something about the peacefulness behind it. And it's, it's, it's, it's, you know, one of the stories that I tell from one of the piece that I just released, it's about the freedom you get when you get out there, and it feels like, you know, everything just doesn't matter. So I can, you know, yeah, really 46:18 also, another reason for that is because, first of all, you're in a complete remote place, especially when it took off base camps and everything, you're cut off completely. There's no internet, there's nothing, you know, you just have you and maybe a guy who doesn't talk much. So you're not talking to him a lot. He just talks once in a while. So you're it's just you and the mountain and maybe a beer or a chai in your hand. And you're sitting there in the middle of nowhere. So these are the moments which we are missing right now, you know, because we're in such a fast life, social media, they send that phone buzzing all the time, in that place. You just realise that your phone, you're holding the phone, but it feels like useless. And because there's no internet, you don't know what to do with that phone in your hand. And then you throw it away and just look at what's in front of you. And just you look at lost in your thoughts, you know, you you get a break that your brain requires. And it starts processing things which have been lagging behind in the RAM. So yeah, it's like a nice reboost to your brain, and it helps you clear a number of things. So yeah, when I always say, you know, doesn't matter what the question is, you know, Himalayas are always the answer because it will give you answers for questions, which you didn't even know you had. So you know, that's what they do. And yeah, like, for instance, when I was in Annapurna base camp, like I told like you also said it's a suffer fest. It is the hardest trick I've done. An Irish base camp was hard, but it was okay. But Annapurna was absolute madness, you know, and I was not in my best form at that time, because I just came back from a trip to the US. I went to New York and all that things, and I came back and immediately, I went to Annapurna base camp without even trying to give myself a break because I just wanted to go to Himalayas, maybe because I saw New York and I really wanted a break from that city. So I went all the way to Himalayas. Annapurna base camp, it was bloody hard. It was raining all the time. It is not really comfortable. You know, I was wet from head to toe, every single day of the walk in six days is completely wet. And it was really, really hard. Same thing again, I asked myself the same question what the fuck I'm doing here. I could have been staying in Dubai and relaxing my warm home. But I was there anyways. So it happened. It is the best camp the first once it is the best camp for the first time when the rain stopped. And everything was visible under Pune in front of you. Extremely gorgeous. And then it was just a small break of 30 minutes and then it started raining again. I'm like shit, okay, now I need to walk back. You know, you know it walking down is harder than walking up to the base camp. So I'm like, I need to go down with all this rain again. My mind was like, please get rid of this place, you know, if you want to. And I was like, Can I call a helicopter get to get off this place because I don't want to walk again. So he sat down recently quarters right now in this weather. I'm like, Okay, let's walk. And I told my guide, how long is the walk to reach Pokhara which is the city we need to go to the city at the end of it. It takes for four nights of walk, you know, like every four nights, your stay in the mountains. And then finally you reach a point where you can go to the city. I'm like, No, I'm not going to stay the walk for four days in this rain. Let's do one thing how much is the kilometres he said almost 38 kilometres of walk to reach to the point where you can take a car to reach the city. I'm like, Okay, let's walk from now. It's seven o'clock in the morning. We will not stop for a single second. No food. No nothing. We are water bottles. We just keep bringing water. Are you up for the challenge? It's like no, no one does that. 38 kilometres in a rain downhill. You can't do that. I'm like, let's do it. And we worked nonstop. You know, I have that phone screenshot in my phone. I burned like 1000s and 1000s of calories. You know, maybe it was crazy. I never burned so much calories in my life. So 38 kilometres. We walked from seven am to 4pm nonstop, not a single break. We just kept walking because I wanted to get out of that place. You know, there are those instances also in MLS. It's not like always romance. So yeah, but that's what makes it interesting. So as soon as I came back, I reached my hotel in Pokhara. I took my shower, I felt good again. And then I came to the reception of the hotel. And the hotel had a number of maps of Nepal, you know, of all the base camps. I just came back from a base camp where it was. I had to walk 38 kilometres to escape. And now I was looking at this posters on the wall, and I'm like, which is this base camp? This amount of sleep? I'm like, Okay, this is my next one. When do I come back? So that's the mattress. 50:43 Yeah, no, I heard that story before. And, you know, it's just crazy. And I know how frustrating it can be when it's raining and all that stuff but doing 38 kilometres on the way down all the way to, you know, from Annapurna base camp. That's 5000 5000 Plus, right, and it's just crazy. Yeah, no doubt you burn all that calorie man, you got all the rain, you got going downhill all the gears, of course you burn all that calorie. But that's Yeah, that's really cool story, you know, and it's true, right. And I think this goes back to what we say earlier, a lot of times people don't see this struggle, about, about the journey. But I think what I noticed from, from the way you approach life, the way you approach your journey, is that you have a way to still enjoy the journey. Even if, you know, there are challenges now, you know, I know that is something that's very difficult to do nowadays, especially looking at everyone else's successes all the time, right? So for the listeners who kind of in that situation where they're like, Okay, I want I'm in a and I want to get to where I want to go next, right, which is my dream, whatever that may be. But this every time I hit a journey of challenges, I feel discouraged. So, you know, how can people enjoy the journey to get to where they want to be? 52:12 One day? I think I'm not an expert again, of this, because it's very, very much, it's up to each individual to choose their happiness. So my way, you know, is my way always your way, it doesn't mean it has to be the same way for both of us might, what I say may not resonate with someone else. So it's up to each person, each one has their own, you know, priorities and life and family and loved ones and etc. So yeah, it's totally different, you know, I can't preach because, you know, for even for a single example, is I'm not married. So if I say something, people will say, yeah, that's easy for you, because you're not married, I'm married, I have two kids, I can't do the same thing. So it can be different to different people. But yeah, you need to find your own peace, with how you can create that balance and feel good about the life that you have. You know, for instance, I was in Tajikistan, and it was one of those craziest, the craziest roads, you know, there, the place is beautiful, but the roads are horrible. It's next to Afghanistan. You can you're always next to Afghanistan, there's just a small river, which divides you and Afghanistan. It's it was at the peak of Taliban when I went there. So people are a bit scared to come, but they still came. So we are going through that journey. And you know, at one point, the road is so bad, so horrible, that you just your bones feel like they're all broken, you know, and one of my friend who was there, he's a corporate guy, and he has a job in Dubai in a luxurious place. And all that is taste. So he came on that trip. And he is not used to this things much. He likes adventures, but not this kind of adventure, it was a little bit too much for him. Because at the end of the night, you stay in a small little house. And it's not like a five star hotel. So everyday are struggling through the journey. I enjoy that. But he had some problems and happens in between the journey. We just stopped for a smoke and we both were smoking in a corner. And he's like, I don't know, I think I shouldn't have come on the strip because it's too hard for me. I told, first of all, just look at your surroundings. And you're standing right here having a smoke. Look at look in front of you. There's Afghanistan. And look at the right side. There's Himalayan mountains upon mountains. And you're here, you know, what are your colleagues doing right now? They're smoking in Dubai, of course, in their office, but what are they looking at the same blocks of city and the same stupid office they have to go back to what's next nine days, you're free, you know, you're in middle of nowhere. How many people should I visited this place which are visited right now? Maybe 5% of the world's population, you are the lucky one. You know, enjoy that moment. Because you are lucky enough to be here, you know? So that's how I put things into perspective. Whatever happens, always see it as one of those. You know, we have a chance to travel if you have that chance alone. You're already lucky enough compared to 80% of the world because others would love to do that, but they don't have the means or freedom to do that. So I think we're already lucky enough that we have this passion, we travel the world. And that's enough blessings, just count those blessings, and you will feel good about it. That is such 55:13 a good advice. And, you know, I think, going back to what you said earlier, it's about, you know, where do you put your focus on? And just hearing what is the story that you tell me, it seems like, you know, your your friend at that time was in a really good place, but his focus was on the negative part of it, and not the positive part of it. And that really changed a lot of perspective for a lot of people just shifting that tiny bit of perspective. Right. So, yeah, that's, that's a really good, you know, a really good advice. Now, you know, one of the thing that I'm interested in is, you know, you're I came across you in the NFT world, and you are, you know, one of the voice in NFT. World, a lot of people hear your wisdom and follow your wisdom now, what, what draw you into the NFT in the first place, and what made you stay in the space? 56:07 Yeah, that's super important for me, because NFT has not been one of those things, which has completely transformed my life, at least, in terms of my passion. Because I came, you know, as I said, I do workshops for a living, and my workshops are travel workshops, and need to travel to a place to do whatever I do. And that's my revenue, you know, that's my income. And that's all that's my sole income. That's the main thing, I don't do anything else. Even if I get commercial jobs in Dubai, I would just push it across, you know, to my friends, I would say you do it, I don't want to do this job, architectural, or whatever, you know, event photography, and never like all those things. Because I've quit my job with a very, very particular team, which is I want to travel and I want to take people along with me, and that's about it. So I do that full time. It was great. Till COVID came in, you know, when COVID came, we all know, world shutdown. And then travel stopped and my sole source of income came to an end. That was the biggest hit. And when you think of it, I stay in Dubai is such an expensive place. And travel has stopped. Everything that you have earned is now disappearing, like super fast pace, you know, like Dubai, it doesn't take much time for money to operate. So it's going through that really, really rough phase in my life where things are going really south. And I'm like, What the hell do I do now? 2020 is gone. 2021 is still the same. There are so many rules to travel, no one wants to travel because there's so many paper works and this and that. So they're just not really working. And I'm like, That's it. I'm done. What do I do now go back to Job, put the tie and suit and get back to work. That was almost a situation though. I didn't want to do that. So that's when NF T came into my life. You know, it came a little bit late. I wish I entered you one more earlier. But one of my friends who's into NFT He kept telling me because he knows exactly what I go through every single day. I mean, every single weekend we go together to shoot and that guy always says come to an empty come to an after you are going through this tough time. I think NFT is your answer. You know you can earn some money and pay your rents and at least take some break from your your hair start turning white what's going on with you. I'm like no NF T's this NF T's that it's a bubble. The typical bullshit that people say I used to believe all those things. So at the end of it, he finally convinced me one fine day he just said, please open a meta mask and come to an update. That's it. Today's the day. And we finally opened the meta mask and he convinced me to come I came in to Twitter, nothing I know nothing about Twitter. I know nothing about nfts I just entered with one follower being my friend who pulled me in. And then eventually I started interacting with people and I realised that the whole community thing which people talked about is actually true. You know, the people are different in NFT. At least during those days in the bull market, people are very, very active and very, very friendly. And everyone is trying to pull each other up rather than push each other down from like, Okay, this sounds interesting, this better than Instagram and all that. And finally, I came up with a collection and first Genesis collection, which was all my email and portraits, some of my best works, I put it out at a very affordable price. And within the first minute of launching that collection, one of my collectors just happened to collect it within the first minute of dropping it. He bought a pitcher at 0.5 at the end. During those days, it was like almost $2,000 I was like $2,000 for my pitcher. In the minute of dropping, I was like I had tears in my eyes because there's something which I never experienced before someone was valuing my work, whatever money money is secondary in that place. Someone valued it, you know, within a second within a minute of dropping. So I realised you know eventually as things moved on, I realised that this place is absolutely brilliant, you know, everything that I thought the illusions that I had was all wrong and yeah, since then I gave myself 100% to it. And it's been wonderful you know, after that have launched many many collections sold out many many collections, and no doubts That that is paying my rent, it's been my all kinds of things in all the bills that I have, it has helped me float through it. So it's been wonderful. Yeah, I think it's a blessing, which came at the right time. Otherwise, by now I would be back to work, maybe giving up all my dreams. 1:00:17 Wow, that's what a journey isn't it and, you know, you come in there and you know, you know, coming from somebody who think it's all, you know, all the objection that everyone can come in, don't want to come in from and then you finally convince come in and know you're here with, you know, one of the biggest boys in the NFT world, you know, sharing your wisdom and your stories in there. And I think it's just incredible. Now, for, you know, for for, for the people who cannot like jump in here and think like, okay, you know, NFT is just a money making scheme and all this stuff. Is there, is there, what's the future of NFT? For you? Lik
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The sales process is rarely discussed in artist circles. We often think of sales as a single step. Either someone buys your art or they don't. There's' so much more to it. Yet, many of us think of sales as a dirty word, which is a bit ridiculous if we want to grow our businesses and careers. Artists need to adopt a new mindset surrounding sales in order to be successful. My guest on this episode of The Art Biz is Miriam Schulman, artist and founder of the Inspiration Place, where she helps other artists learn how to profit from their passion or become better artists. Miriam is the author of Artpreneur: The Step-by-Step Guide to Making a Sustainable Living from Your Creativity. In this conversation, Miriam and I review her Artpreneur Sales Playbook and 10-step sales process. Highlights Miriam's struggle with sales, despite her background in finance. (3:30) The evolution from general sales and marketing to effective art sales. (6:56) Curating your valuable contacts list. (9:05) The importance of mindset in sales success. (12:30) Developing a confident belief in the value of your art. (14:47) The first 5 steps of selling your art. (21:05) Body language, previewing the process, and establishing the decision maker. (27:37) Sell with stories, not facts, and selling happy endings. (33:10) Overcoming objections with the right language. (40:07) Close the sale by asking for it. (42:45) This Week's Action This week's action has two parts. Part 1 is to download the free chapter of Artpreneur at schulmanart.com/believe. Part 2 is to write out Miriam's 10 steps in the sales process and post them somewhere so you're reminded that it is a process. You need to be invested in the steps of the process in order for it to work. Mentioned ArtBizAccelerator.com Free chapter of Miriam's book The Inspiration Place podcast Miriam on Instagram The Cone Sisters Dr. Aaron Beck's Cognitive Behavior Therapy Resources Show notes, images, and listener comments How to Price Your Art free report Art Biz Connection artist membership Quotes “Once I started making the connection between sales in general and selling for art and understood that there wasn't a difference, I became a student of marketing and sales, and that has made all the difference.” — Miriam Schulman “Marketing 101 is investing in human relationships.” — Miriam Schulman “My art, going out into people's homes, became ambassadors for me.” — Miriam Schulman “Mindset is everything. Mindset trumps talent.” — Miriam Schulman “Overcoming objections is about having compassion for the buyer and knowing where they are coming from.” — Miriam Schulman About My Guest Miriam Schulman is an artist and founder of The Inspiration Place, where she helps other artists learn how to profit from their passion or become better artists. She's helped thousands of artists around the world develop their skill sets and create more time and freedom to do what they love. Her art and story have been featured in major publications including Forbes, The New York Times, Art of Man, Art Journaling magazine, What Women Create as well as featured on NBC's “Parenthood” and the Amazon series “Hunters” with Al Pacino. Schulman's forthcoming book with HarperCollins Leadership Artpreneur is scheduled to be released on January 31, 2023. First posted: ArtBizSuccess.com/sales-schulman-podcast
The little old man had a new slant on the mystery of what really happened to the great dinosaurs… Day of the Hunters by Isaac Asimov, that's next on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.Thanks to the thousands of you who listen to The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast every week and we always look forward to your comments, suggestions, and requests. TG Dom Nemo writes “love the added background info! I'm afraid, by now, I just take your great narration for granted.” Thank you, and we appreciate the compliment! Dr. Kush - Retired and from the District of Columbia, D.C. had this to say, “Best Audiobook Narrator Ever. Thanks, I have been listening to you all weekend. You make them very enjoyable.” Thanks Dr. Kush, that is high praise!If you've got something to say we'd love to hear it, send us an email, email@example.com.About two months ago we heard from this legendary author with the story “Christmas on Ganymede.” He returns today with a terrific titillating time travel tale. When this story was published in 1950 the average cost of a new car was $1,510, gasoline for your new ride was 18 cents a gallon and a fellow by the name of James Dean got his big break in a Pepsi commercial. Not the singer and the sausage guy, Jimmy Dean. The Rebel Without a Cause actor James Dean. From the pages of Future Science Fiction Magazine in November 1950, Day of the Hunters by Isaac Asimov…Next week on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast…We all know that every android has its little idiosyncrasies. But what can a civilized human being do about it when his perfect servant drives him crazy?… Your Servant Sir by Sol Boren. That's next week onThe Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.
In today's episode of The Exodus Podcast, we are back in the studio with repeat guest John Eberhart. We cover a lot of different topics but mainly focus on what you need to be doing in the post-season to help kill your buck this upcoming fall. We discuss: 0:00 Intro 01:55 John's retirement 03:09 Changes john has seen working in the hunting industry for over 30 years 07:17 Big deer are getting bigger 08:53 Recapping john's Michigan season 12:26 Hunting standing corn during the October lull 14:58 Post-season scouting 18:00 Recapping john's Kansas season 26:38 Where do most people fall short when deer hunting 33:28 Expanding your hunting area 36:49 Saddle Hunting 45:51 Shed hunting or post-season scouting 47:40 Johns advice to his 25 year old self 48:52 Outro And so much more! CONNECT: https://linktr.ee/exodustrailcameras https://linktr.ee/TheLandPodcast https://bit.ly/TheDeerGearPodcast
Bill Frost (Salt Lake City Weekly & X96 Radio From Hell) and Tommy Milagro (SlamWrestling.net) talk The Bachelor, The Lazarus Project, American Auto, Night Court, How I Met Your Father, Poker Face, Wolf Pack, Teen Wolf: The Movie, Shotgun Wedding, You People, Lockwood & Co., Shrinking, WWE Royal Rumble, Rasslin' News, an apology from Juicy Filaments, Mayfair Witches, Hunters, The Last of Us, Paul T. Goldman, Miracle Workers: End Times, Love It/Hate It: Velma, and This Place Rules. Drinking: Bourbon and Saskatoon wine from OFFICIAL TV Tan sponsors Sugar House Distillery and Boozetique.* Yell at us (or order a TV Tan T-shirt) @TVTanPodcast on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Gmail.* Rate us: Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, YouTube, Amazon Podcasts, Audible, etc.
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Hunters always the Villain Never the Hero 10.28 The Problem: There was a time when hunters were revered as providers, adventures and even heroes. A societal shift has transformed the perception of the hunter/provider into an un-educated, reckless, blood thirsty animal hater. As a result hunters and hunting became recluse and stepped into the background, not because we were ashamed but because we did not want to offend the non-hunting public” the middle ground”. I remember when I took hunter safety back in the early 80's one of the things we were told was never to flaunt our harvest because we do not what to offend anyone. This mentality of keeping to ourselves and sticking to the background was a sound practice back then. But it came with consequences: 1) We never took main stream credit for the good that we do, we never informed the main stream public that the majority of conservation was made possible due directly to the efforts and dollars of the hunter. So the middle ground was left to believe whatever they were influenced to believe. 2) While we were in the background our opposition was doing the opposite and taking a very public very “in your face” approach to pushing their agenda, infiltrating main stream media, using big name public figures, funding for movies and planting seeds in the minds of our young. 3) We no longer live in an age where we can shield the middle ground from our harvests. Social media and the internet allows information good and bad to travel at the speed of light and a picture that is intended for our friends and family to see may get placed in the eyes of a non-hunter. The anti-hunting public has exploited this and uses it to paint the picture and direct the narrative to make us look like we are evil. Our silent work in the background approach has left us at a disadvantage, Anti-hunting have been building mountains of propaganda designed to discredit our efforts in conservation. Moreover, they have become masterful at directing the narrative and using our own content against us. It's so important now more so than ever that we become unified and start “marching” to the same drum, that we continue to recruit and cultivate new hunter conservationists, that we educate the non-hunting public about the truth about conservation and the role we play in it. Our Mission: 1) To help the hunting industry unite and become a community: Through Social media efforts and our panel of industry influencers we aim to unite our industry into a community. We all don't hunt the same or for the same reasons but we all love hunting. 2) Help educate hunters the importance of portraying ourselves in a manner that shows our true drive and passion not just the trophy : Our Goal is to establish a standard of conduct that will minimize the ability for the anti-hunting groups to use our own content against us. 3) Educate non-hunters in the good that we do as a community and the importance of hunting within the north American conservation model: One goal is to have a curriculum introduced in 5th -6th grade social studies that would teach children the North American conservation model. Another goal is to produce and distribute “Hug a Hunter” media to help bring awareness to the non-hunting public where funding comes from for wildlife management and restoration. Also, to produce and distribute articles based in fact that will shine a light on the truth in main stream media. 4) Recruit and cultivate new hunters: We will promote a grassroots movement to get our community to introduce new hunters to the lifestyle of hunting
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Were back!! This week we cover UPDATE 58 PREVIEW 1 On Lamannia, we also take a look back at 2022 in DDO and our gaming goals, and much more! NOTE - We had some audio issues this week, I tried to fix as much as I could in post, I'm sorry the show audio quality is not as good as it normally is, should be fixed by next show!
KB, Dylan, & Christian are BACK and the guys kick things off with their breakdown of the first episode of HBO Max's The Last Of Us. They review the episode and break it all down with the happenings in the show and compare it to the video game and determine if the show has adapted the game well or not. Then they give a Hunters Season 2 SPOILER FREE review and wrap up with all the latest around the Streaming Platform Multiverse news and notes. Follow Us! Twitter: @StreamerSZN Kyle: @KBizzl311 Dylan: @dylanmazzola Christian: @TheWiz_PHI Instagram: @StreamerSZN SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/channel/UCXTLztI5KsYQLH0WptJaL-Q MERCH: PHIApparel.co/shop + use code "UNDERGROUND" for 10% off! Letterboxd: StreamerSZN Website: undergroundsportsphiladelphia.com Twitch: twitch.tv/undergroundsportsPHI tomahawkshades.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 25% off at checkout! Biñho Board: https://binhoboard.com/?ref=Underground Manscaped.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 20% off and free shipping! Intro Music: "stay volk" by Mobley Outro Music: "stay volk" by Mobley
Join the Bagels as they take a deep dive (with some spoilers, so watch first, then listen!) into Hunters Season 2. The gang is now in Argentina looking for Hitler — so the Bagels are pondering the proper punishment for a genocidal maniac, examining the line between vigilantes and heroes, and wondering about why this series grabbed us and wouldn't let us go. We'll tell you about TV shows featuring pop songs in Hebrew and Yiddish; what might be happening to the movie Maestro; plus some quick mentions of the Mandalorian and Fauda. You might call this episode a bit of an "everything Bagel" Report. With more to come in the weeks ahead!DISCLAIMER: Hunters references 11 million people who died in the Holocaust (6 million Jews plus 5 million others). But there's an issue – that number was invented by famous Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal to create more sympathy for Jews.Here's more on the 11 million figure, which we look forward to discussing in the weeks ahead: https://www.jta.org/2017/01/31/united-states/remember-the-11-million-why-an-inflated-victims-tally-irks-holocaust-historiansConnect with us on socials!Twitter: @estherk, @ebenmoche and @TheBagelReportInstagram: @estherkustanowitz, @ebenmoche and @tbrthepod Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgMore links:Esther's Hunters article in J: https://jweekly.com/2020/02/21/in-hunters-al-pacino-and-his-gang-of-vigilantes-target-nazis-in-1970s-america/"Say Shalom to My Little Friends" TBR's first Hunters episode: http://tinyurl.com/bagel-huntersVariety piece about Hebrew "Fight Song": https://variety.com/2023/music/news/hebrew-version-fight-song-fleishman-is-in-trouble-1235488452/The Jewish Experience at TCM: https://www.tcm.com/articles/Programming-Article/021714/special-theme-the-jewish-experience
Today on AirTalk, Alec Baldwin was charged with involuntary manslaughter for the fatal shooting on the ‘Rust' movie set– the latest on the investigation. Also on the show, a look into the ‘TikTok aesthetic'; TV-Talk; and more. Alec Baldwin & Armorer Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter For Fatal Shooting On ‘Rust' Movie Set (0:15) Chef George Geary's New Book “LA's Landmark Restaurants” Is A Vibrant Celebration Of SoCal's Most Beloved Eateries (18:11) Monterey Jazz Festival Kicks Off Traveling Show With West Coast Swing Through California (40:55) It's Been Months Since The 988 Mental Health Helpline Was Rolled Out. Is It Working? (51:27) Taking A Look At TikTok's Influential Impact On Social Media User's Feeds & Privacy (1:10:48) TV-Talk: ‘That ‘90s Show,' ‘Velma,' ‘Hunters' Season 2 & More (1:27:17)
Como sacado de un comic al PoP lo persiguen por que quieren que no le demos el Disfrute del Poppa y lo daremos no importa las consecuencias. Conecta con Sly, Fernan y Gabby en PoP Hunters. Grabando desde GW-Cinco Studio como parte de GW5 Network #tunuevatelevisión. Puedes ver toda la programación en www.gwcinco.com #slyjuan #gabrielnieves #fernando #celio #gw5network #hablandopop
This week we review the new independent horror film Skinamarink (2:30) before discussing HBO's The Last of Us (8:19), The Traitors without (22:12) and with spoilers (25:01), Hunters (42:00) & Milf Manor (49:50). For more pop culture news and discussions, subscribe to our friends at Pop Culture Brain Daily by visiting https://popculturebrain.substack.com/subscribe
Now that deer hunting season is over, it's time for Act II — cooking and grilling season! Rick and Jen Wheatley of Food for Hunters join Associate Editor Mark Demko to share their tips and tricks and tips for transforming venison into delicious dishes in the kitchen. Among the topics covered are field dressing basics, aging venison, how to prepare different cuts and ways to make better burgers. They'll also share some of their favorite recipes, many of which can be found HERE
In tonight's episode, I'll be taking a look at several unnerving experiences that occurred in the great outdoors, and involved the eyewitnesses reporting unnatural phenomena, ranging from bizarre sightings of strange creatures, to being lured away by unseen forces. TELL YOUR STORY Contact Form: https://www.paranormalmysteriespodcast.com/tell-your-story Voice Message: http://www.sharemyevp.comEmail: email@example.com SUPPORT THE SHOW Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/paranormalmysteries? BuyMeACoffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/paranormal PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=MG24QCZBAWRRN Merchandise: https://www.zazzle.com/store/paranormalmysteries WEBSITE & SOCIAL MEDIA Website: https://www.paranormalmysteriespodcast.com Forum: https://www.paranormalmysteriespodcast.com/forum YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ParanormalMysteriesPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paranormalmysteriespodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paranormalmysteriespodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParaMysteryPod MY WIFE'S “SLEEP AND RELAXATION PODCAST” YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxzk_mPNq05aS4wcNlvCCSA Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3aOsZoy Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3zwS29T Pandora: https://bit.ly/3xjB1NX Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3NNmsZW iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/3HgoS0F REFERENCES 1. “Strange and Frightening Encounters With Forest Spirits” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2019/04/strange-and-frightening-encounters-with-forest-spirits/ 2. “Strange Folklore, Dark Forces, and Mysterious Wilderness Vanishings” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2021/03/strange-folklore-dark-forces-and-mysterious-wilderness-vanishings/ 3. “Almost Vanished: Stalked and Hunted by Sinister Forest Entities” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2020/05/almost-vanished-stalked-and-hunted-by-sinister-forest-entities/ 4. “The Almost Vanished: Lured Into the Woods By Strange Forces” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2020/05/the-almost-vanished-lured-into-the-woods-by-strange-forces/5. “Strange Paranormal Tales of People Almost Taken by the Forest” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2020/10/strange-paranormal-tales-of-people-almost-taken-by-the-forest/ 6. “Bizarre Tales of the Almost Vanished” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2016/09/bizarre-tales-of-the-almost-vanished/ 7. “The Eerie Vanishing and Reappearance of Katherine Van Arst” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2021/04/the-eerie-vanishing-and-reappearance-of-katherine-van-arst/ 8. “Picking Berries and Mysterious Vanishings” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2019/10/picking-berries-and-mysterious-vanishings/ 9. “Mysterious Vanishings and Deaths of Hunters and Fishermen” - https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2020/03/mysterious-vanishings-and-deaths-of-hunters-and-fishermen/ 10. Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/ 11. Your Ghost Stories - https://www.yourghoststories.com/12. David Paulides / Missing 411 - https://www.canammissing.com/page/page/8396197.htm MUSIC & MEDIA PROVIDED BY https://www.paranormalmysteriespodcast.com/stock-music-media PODCAST SOURCE https://www.spreaker.com/show/paranormal-mysteries-podcast © Copyright 2023 Paranormal Mysteries Podcast. All rights reserved.
The most fitting place for a man to die is where he dies for man. Yet Willie chose a sterile, alien world that wouldn't even see a man for millions of years.... Willie's Planet by Mike Ellis, that's next on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.The Lost Sci-Fi podcast continues to grow with 100's of new listeners around the world in the last month. Welcome to our new listeners in Japan, Argentina, Ghana, Israel, Spain, India, Taiwan, Latvia, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Australia, New Zealand and all over the UK, the US and Canada. Special thanks to those of you in The Netherlands who have taken us to the #3 Science Fiction Podcast in your country, which I believe is the highest ranking we have ever achieved in any country. Thank you!Please keep sharing, rating, commenting, and emailing us. We got an email from Jacy, host of the FIX IT Home Improvement podcast and YouTube channel saying that he is enjoying the podcast and that he mentioned The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast on the episode of his podcast that debuted 2 days ago. Thanks, Jacy! You can email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen I discovered today's story about 6 months ago, I loved it and then I started searching for more stories from author Mike Ellis. I couldn't find any, in fact, I couldn't find out anything about him. Let's go to page 74 in the April 1955, If World of Science Fiction Magazine for Willie's Planet by Mike Ellis…Next week on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast…The little old man had a new slant on the mystery of what really happened to the great dinosaurs…Day of the Hunters by Isaac Asimov. That's next week onThe Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.
The Bagel Report is launching season 2 starting this Friday, now supported by J. The Jewish News of Northern California.Connect with us on socials!Twitter: @estherk, @ebenmoche and @TheBagelReportInstagram: @estherkustanowitz, @ebenmoche and @tbrthepod Email us at: email@example.com
On this episode we have an initial discussion about Canadian bill C21 with Mark Hall. He's a Hunter, Podcaster and believes C21 will negatively impact all sportsmen. We dig in with him to get us started on building this action. The action is now live at - https://www.howlforwildlife.org/c21 Check out Mark's podcast at - https://thehunterconservationist.com/podcast/
Hunters and habitats in the western U.S. have whipsawed from drought to deluge in recent weeks, as a series of atmospheric rivers have brought extreme rain, snow, and flooding. Dr. Fritz Reid joins Dr. Mike Brasher for an update on the California hunting season and how the storms have affected the outlook on drought and water conditions. While totals are well above seasonal averages, many lakes remain below capacity and additional moisture is needed between now and spring. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
Joining us this episode is author of "Fire Alarm: The Investigation of the U.S. House Select Committee on Benghazi," Bradley Podliska. Brad was a staff member of the committee. He is an assistant professor of military and security studies, and also served as an Air Force reserve intelligence officer. We discuss Podliska's experience on why the committee failed in answering any significant questions involving the attack and became more about partisan talking points. Additionally on this episode we cover several major military issues happening now. You can follow Brad on Twitter @BradleyPodliska and also order the textbook which just came out here: https://www.amazon.com/Fire-Alarm-Investigation-Committee-Benghazi/dp/1666906166 Follow us: http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcasthttp://twitter.com/battlelinepod Discover how Shuteye Chai can revolutionize your sleep and get 15% off at http://helloned.com/BATTLELINE For 15% off all Fort Scott Munitions products go to http://fsm.com & use promo code: Battleline Photonis Defense is the global leader in night vision solutions providing more high-quality night vision capabilities than anyone. Hunters, shooters, boaters and outdoor enthusiasts rely on Photonis Defense systems to make their adventures safer and more successful. Visit http://photonisdefense.com for more information; or look for Photonis Defense product options from your night vision dealer.
Unexplained Disappearances of Hunters► Join us in this special episode of National Park Mysteries as we discuss Unexplained Disappearances of Hunters.⚠️ If you have any information regarding any of these cases please call:Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-TIPS.NPS Investigates: 1-888-653-0009
Don and Terry talk about how trade shows are dying in popularity due to changes in consumer behavior, marketing, and budgets. Also, the guys talk about bucks shedding early even on Don's farm. Great questions about the new corn products coming out along with a story about a company Terry did business with that is donating to Lester's Feet. Coupon Code: GIANTS at www.hardcorehammers.com Camo for Tree Stand Hunters - www.asiogear.com Higgins Outdoors Website: https://higginsoutdoors.com/ Higgins Outdoors Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/higginsoutdoors Higgins Outdoors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/higginsoutd... Find your dream property: www.buyafarm.com Food Plot Seed: https://www.realworldwildlifeproducts... Best Deal on Chevy Trucks - home of the new diesel truck every year https://www.buyavictorychevy.com/ Best Bows, period: https://www.mathewsinc.com/ Blinds AFFORDABLE, COMFORTABLE, AND WITHOUT COMPROMISES. https://www.360huntingblinds.com/ Hunters who demand quality, demand Lone Wolf https://www.lonewolfhuntingproducts.c... Superior Optics: https://www.vortexoptics.com/ Electric Bikes for all terrains: https://quietkat.com/ Tractor Implements and More: https://wildlifefarming.com/ Trees for Land Managers: http://www.gingerichtrees.com/
The Wildlife Resource Committee meeting with the F&G Commission and CDFW this week brought out the WORST in the anti-hunters, and they showed up in numbers. The hunting community didn't show up in the numbers we hoped, but our voices are unique, diverse and respectful - which means we are heard much better by the Dept and F&G. Meeting Documents linked here. This 1-hour discussion is a recap of the highs and lows of the WRC meeting, with some commentary on our NEED to show up (here and with F&G) and the NEED to share our hunting stories and values with people who are in the non-hunting camp. If we don't define the conversation, words and values of hunting - then the crazed looney-tunes anti-hunters will define us, and that is not good for hunting, conservation or wildlife. Biggest Wins: the Dept will bring to rulemaking new regs to close the loophole that enables individual hunters to pull high-point value tags every year, without ever fully going "to the back of the line". "the Grandma loophole will be closed - and our Big Game Draw will be better, more equitable and fairer because of it. Please consider following or bookmarking these pages: www.instagram.com/huntingainteasy www.instagram.com/howlforwildlife.org www.howlforwildlife.org https://fgc.ca.gov/Meetings/2023 (2023 Fish & Game meetings in CA)
Join our FB group https://bit.ly/3JtfebF Join our Twitter https://bit.ly/3EBBIUf Join our Discord https://discord.gg/jDrUtNcRq2 They say that “anything can happen” in the NWW Universe. Well, it's a three man booth this week as Sicco Hersnick, host of Hugging The Cactus, joins Moody and Groo of Van Dammit to break down Jean Claude in 1993's Nowhere To Run. Included in todays podcast: Joe Eszterhas and his relationship with Mel Gibson, The very strong supporting cast of Nowhere, Could this have been a better movie in different hands, Jean Claude is pro Ukraine and the boys debate politics in entertainment, Stallone may stay behind the camera (we don't think so), Arnold is a routine guy, Bruce Willis is about to be a grandfather, Steven Seagal's SNL run in 60 seconds, Mel is out as parade grand marshal, Groo likes season 2 of Hunters, time looping movies and after all that, we wrap it up with our thoughts on the current state of the MCU (hint, Moody hated She Hulk). In two weeks we are back for the 100th episode of Nothing Worthwhile as Moody and Groo are in a Orlando, Florida for our reaction to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band live in concert!
KB & Christian are BACK and SO IS DYLAN! The guys welcome Dylan back after his hiatus in the Quantum Realm and kick the show off by preparing for Hunters Season 2 & The Last Of Us. They give preseason predictions for the shows and where they think they could grade out. Then they dive DEEP on the Golden Globes and Christian helps us make sense of all the winners and if it changes anything for the Oscars. Then they wrap up with all the latest in the Streaming Platform Multiverse News & Notes! Follow Us! Twitter: @StreamerSZN Kyle: @KBizzl311 Dylan: @dylanmazzola Christian: @TheWiz_PHI Instagram: @StreamerSZN SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/channel/UCXTLztI5KsYQLH0WptJaL-Q MERCH: PHIApparel.co/shop + use code "UNDERGROUND" for 10% off! Letterboxd: StreamerSZN Website: undergroundsportsphiladelphia.com Twitch: twitch.tv/undergroundsportsPHI tomahawkshades.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 25% off at checkout! Biñho Board: https://binhoboard.com/?ref=Underground Manscaped.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 20% off and free shipping! Intro Music: "stay volk" by Mobley Outro Music: "stay volk" by Mobley
The ultimate Nazi hunt is on! Season 2 of Hunters is now streaming on Prime Video, and we're here to get the inside scoop on this final season. Hear us talk to series creator David Weil, as well as stars Tiffany Boone (Roxy) and Louis Ozawa (Joe). We'll find out more about the importance of bringing Hitler to justice, how and why Meyer is back after the events of the Season 1 finale and why the Hunters team might not be on the best of terms this season. WATCH SEASON 2 OF HUNTERS, NOW STREAMING ON PRIME VIDEO! We also give a spoiler free review of the Velma premiere, now that it's on HBO Max. Everyone is talking about it, so find out if we agree or not about this take on the classic Scooby-Doo characters. We're also going back to talk about the premiere episodes of Alert: Missing Person Unit from Fox. We waited to we could dive into some spoiler talk! You can also hear us break down trailers for Wolf Pack from Paramount+, the final season of Carnival Row from Prime Video, The Watchful Eye from Freeform and the Netflix animated series My Dad The Bounty Hunter. There's a little something for everyone this week! Get even more from us, and find out how you can subscribe at https://linktr.ee/downandnerdypodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Live from the no panic zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice— I am an America First kind of guy—BUT I am willing to call it as I see it every day—you may like that and you may not—BUT that's the way I roll—so lets get to it— Here are three big things you need to know know right now-- ONE— The Fraudulent Republican Congressman George Santos—who made up his entire resume before winning a seat in the House—may not be there much longer—I'll have the latest— TWO— If you thought the babies of the nation were fine and eating well—then you were misled just like the rest of us—seems the baby formula shortage is back—and getting worse— THREE— And the Democrats and the media hand maidens are totally screwed today— They spend the last 24 hours telling you how the discovery of classified documents in Joe Bidens Penn-Biden office—associated with the University of Pennsylvania—was just a one-off—a handful of documents that were overlooked and could not possibly be compared to the treachery of former President Donald Trump and the documents found during the unprecedented raid on Mar-a-Lago— The Media and Biden taking time to point out—it was just one location and less than a dozen documents and in no way could that be compared to what the former President had done— Yeah, it did not take long for that narrative to explode in the face of the West Wing—and all over the media lapdogs trying to sell the idea that Joe Classified documents were somehow ok—and former President Donald Trump should be held to a different standard— Because BOOM here it is! Another devastating revelation for the the Biden White House—that another trove of classified documents have come tumbling out of the shadows of Joe Bidens time as Vice President—and they were found in a new location—and they have not even looked at the classified docs on Hunters laptop—but that is something we will talk about later— So now the question is how many stacks of classified documents are in the possession of now President Joe Biden in the many offices he maintained while serving as a US Senator, Vice President and now President— I mean does anyone actually think he can remember where he put highly sensitive documents—who they could put in danger—or what the implications could be? He cannot remember what kind of PB and J he had for lunch—why would he remember that— I heard a saying yesterday—that I want to share that I think applies to Joe Biden as much as anyone I have ever seen—Once a Man… twice a child— That's right, Once a Man—twice a child—think about that! Joe Biden has returned to a child state in many ways—he is incompetent and certainly incontinent—and is in no way capable of leading this great nation of ours—He is being led around by his nose—told what to say, what to sign, what to promote—and his handlers from the World Economic Forum and elsewhere—must pull their hair out every time he dviates from the mega-tron prompter—because it puts all of the behind the scenes manipulation in danger of being exposed—BUT I digress— So here we are this morning—with the Biden puppet masters in full blown panic again—this time over where the hell did that last dump of classified documents show up from—and how many more land mines are we about to hit? The fact is—they don't know and neither do we—but right now I am taking the over on the bet—are there two piles of classified documents in Joe Biden's possession right now--that those pursuing former President Trump would call illegal? Yeah I am taking the over—because now that they are tumbling out of the darkness—I believe it will continue—because there are a few honest journalists left in the world that will actually pursue this story—and yes—it is a story— The takeaway is this—its all or none for Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump—either having these classified documents from former administrations constitute a violation of the law—or they do not— All of the rationalizing by the babbling heads on left wing TV do not convince anyone—that Trump would be guilty and Biden would not—when they appear to have committed the same act—involving very similar documents— So I am sitting here—waiting for the third dump of Biden classified docs—and then number four and five— Lets be clear, Joe Biden is not the sharpest ax in the barn—and he has built a career on plagiarism and marginal talent—and that is being quite generous—so I believe—he is about to be roasted on the fire of hypocrisy in a way that even partisan Democrat hacks in government and on TV will not be able to clean up in the spin cycle— Like I said yesterday—at some point, like the southern border, you reach critical mass—and you have no choice but to fess up and take your licks— Joe Biden, MSNBC, CNN, The New York Times, Washington Post, Time, Newsweek, The Atlantic and a bunch more are about to get slapped really hard back to reality!
Style host Zanna Roberts shares some of the most stylish stars from last night's Golden Globes. Also, Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager catch up with Logan Lerman and talk about his life and career as he's back in the new season of “Hunters.” Plus, chef Dina Deleasa shares a delicious “Coconut Chicken and Chickpea Chili” recipe perfect for those busy weeknights. And, Manifesting The Moment: the story behind Isha Sesay and how she took control of her destiny by manifesting what she truly wanted in her life.
Don gives some tips and tricks for you during winter scouting. Does he look for sign or access first? Great advice that may surprise some listeners. Camo for Tree Stand Hunters - www.asiogear.com Higgins Outdoors Website: https://higginsoutdoors.com/ Higgins Outdoors Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/higginsoutdoors Higgins Outdoors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/higginsoutd... Find your dream property: www.buyafarm.com Food Plot Seed: https://www.realworldwildlifeproducts... Best Deal on Chevy Trucks - home of the new diesel truck every year https://www.buyavictorychevy.com/ Best Bows, period: https://www.mathewsinc.com/ Blinds AFFORDABLE, COMFORTABLE, AND WITHOUT COMPROMISES. https://www.360huntingblinds.com/ Hunters who demand quality, demand Lone Wolf https://www.lonewolfhuntingproducts.c... Superior Optics: https://www.vortexoptics.com/ Electric Bikes for all terrains: https://quietkat.com/ Tractor Implements and More: https://wildlifefarming.com/ Trees for Land Managers: http://www.gingerichtrees.com/