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The Jimmy Rex Show
#303 - Elias Amash - CEO Grip Hand Tools & Expert Importer + Author Of 5 Books Including "Retail Survival: Who Lives, Who Dies, & Why?" 

The Jimmy Rex Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 47:35


Guest Bio:Elias Amash, President of GRIP, is an industry veteran with more than 25years of experience in global sourcing, manufacturing, distribution, retailmerchandising, fulfillment, marketing, technology, and operations. He is atrusted partner to hundreds of retailers and has “leveled up” the industry withGRIP's undying commitment to offering only the highest levels of service to itscustomers. Amash has recently published his fifth business book, The Retail Advantage: How to Win the War with Amazon. He is also the author of Retail Survival: Who Lives, Who Dies and Why, The Future of Retail, Importing from China: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, and 101 Bright Ideas: Winning Tactics to Increase Retail Sales.

RNZ: Checkpoint
Manu Vatuvei pleads guilty to importing meth

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 3:41


One of rugby league's brightest stars has come crashing down to earth. Almost two years after he was arrested in a police drug sting, Manu Vatuvei has today pleaded guilty to importing methamphetamine. Sarah Robson reports.

the Joshua Schall Audio Experience
iFIT Health & Fitness Went From Importing Wood Burning Stoves to Fitness Equipment Market Leader

the Joshua Schall Audio Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 16:39


Did you know that the “world's first internet-controlled fitness equipment" was launched more than two decades ago? iFIT Health & Fitness pioneered the technology that drives the trending connected fitness space today. When the pandemic closed gyms across the country last year, millions of Americans purchased billions of new connected fitness equipment pieces and drove headfirst into online home workouts. iFIT Health & Fitness is the market leader in the U.S. market of large fitness equipment, so it's no wonder the company more than doubled over the last year. On 8/31/21, iFIT Health & Fitness filed its S-1 document with the SEC, which is a signal that the company plans to go public. While the exact date of the IPO wasn't set at the time of recording, the company will trade on the Nasdaq under the appropriately chosen symbol IFIT. In this podcast episode, I'll cover the founding story of Weslo Design International (that eventually became ICON Health and Fitness and now iFIT Health and Fitness) and interesting timeline highlights that span the company being owned by fitness business icons Joe and Ben Weider. Additionally, I'll explain how heated competition against newcomer Peloton Interactive is driving iFIT Health and Fitness to new levels of innovation. Fitness has always been about connection, but now digital connectivity has made new experiences and business opportunities possible. We are still in the earliest stages of connected fitness, but the long-term winners will need to be great at four different pillars (hardware, software, content, and community) and I'll explain how iFIT Health and Fitnes stacks out against the connected fitness competitive landscape. Finally, the strength of iFIT's ecosystem (especially the community) can then be highly leverageable into adjacent consumer categories, and you might recognize a major strategy it plans to utilize with iFIT Nutrition. FOLLOW ME ON MY SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS LINKEDIN https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshuaschallmba TWITTER https://www.twitter.com/joshua_schall INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/joshua_schall FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/jschallconsulting MEDIUM https://www.medium.com/@joshuaschall

Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show
09/23/21 Thursday, Hour 2: Race Hustlers Smell Blood!; Importing the Uncivilized?

Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 60:00


Media focusing on distractions when we have serious things going on…; Civility gone?...; brick attack in NY; Two Afghans have been charged with crimes…; Al Sharpton and Maxine comment on border…; Alex from Colorado asks about finding the right woman. --- Women trucking…; Felipe from El Paso, TX says the thoughts are making him doubt himself and he seeks advice. Rick from Maine Nick from WA

Keys To The Shop : Equipping the Coffee Retail Professional
Sustainability Series #3 : The Cafe

Keys To The Shop : Equipping the Coffee Retail Professional

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 47:45


As we have explored all that has gone into the product of coffee and the many ways that sustainability can be achieved in farming, Importing, and Roasting. Now we come to the place where coffee's potentially is ultimately on display. The cafe.  Next to the farm, the cafe has been the focus of much of our sustainability efforts, and with good reason. The cafe is hands down the most wasteful link in the value chain in product, materials, energy, and even in potential as businesses often cannot sustain themselves longer than a few years.  In this episode we will be talking with some brilliant minds whose work and ideas have created seismic shifts in the way coffee shops can view and pursue sustainability in an accessible and effective ways.  As we talk about everything from shifting our mindsets, zero-waste initiatives, and energy saving innovations --to navigating social pressure, communicating values to customers/staff, and committing to small steps and building simple systems, I believe this episode will stoke your desire to start or continue your own shop's sustainability efforts.  Our Guest for this episode include: Cosimo Libardo: CEO, La Carimali Group Karen Lickteig: Marketing & Sustainability Director for Nossa Familia Coffee Umeko Motoyoshi: Author, Not Wasting Coffee, Host, A Better Table Podcast Guest Links: La Caramali Group  Nossa Familia Coffee A Better Table Podcast Not Wasting Coffee / Umeshiso.com Show Links: www.biocaf.com Download the  Free PDF Program Guide All Episodes of The Sustainability Series    Related Keys to the Shop Episodes: 275 : The Changing Landscape of Cafe Spaces w/ Dr. Jennifer Ferreira 206 : The Emotional and Social Impact of the Cafe Space w/ Noa Berger 067 : 6 Truths About Power : The Responsible Approach to Power Dynamics in the Cafe 057 : SOP's FTW! Success through Standard Operating Procedures Remember! Visit www.biocaf.com for more resources on sustainability! Visit www.keystotheshop.com for hundreds of episodes focused on helping you and your coffee business thrive! Follow @keystotheshop on Instagram!

Keys To The Shop : Equipping the Coffee Retail Professional
Sustainability Series #2 : Importing & Roasting

Keys To The Shop : Equipping the Coffee Retail Professional

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 54:13


Sustainability is a collaborative effort that relies on solid networks, relationships, and communication. This is mainly the responsibility of importers and roasters whose job it is to provide connection, accurate representation, and to realize the potential of the now harvested coffee and the farmers who grow it. While providing these platforms to those they serve, importers and roasters must also look out for the stability and sustainability of their own businesses in order to make progress long-term. In this episode we will be talking with some seriously inspiring importers and roasters to discuss their practices, perspectives, accomplishments on what it means to be holistically sustainable. From commited importing relationships, balancing the needs of roasters and farmers, and exploring the roasters role in the value chain -- to roaster cooperatives, creating values based culture, and navigating supply challenges, there are some incredible points and actionable insights in these conversations. I hope this inspires you to take consistent action, even in small ways, to add to the positive momentum! Our Guest for this Episode include: Jeanine Niynzima-Aroian: Owner of JNP Coffee / Founder of Burundi Friends International James Tooill: North American Sales Manager, Ally Coffee Joe Marrocco: VP of Coffee Sourcing and Product Development at FairWave Coffee Collective Monica Firl: Director of Sustainability, Coop Coffees Lee Wallace, CEO, Peace Coffee Andi Trindle Mersch: Director of Coffee, Tea, and Sustainability with Philz Coffee Guest Links:  JNP Coffee Ally Coffee FairWave Coop Coffees Peace Coffee Philz Coffee Show Links: www.biocaf.com Download the  Free PDF Program Guide Series Link: All Episodes of The Sustainability Series  Related Keys to the Shop Episodes: COVID-19 Focus: Perspective form Burundi w/ Jeanine Niyonzima-Aroian, JNP Coffee 020 Joe Marrocco : Transparency, Origin Knowledge,and Your Shop  078 : Exploring Green Buying and Sensory Analysis w/ Amanda Juris Special! “Thinking Differently” Series | Radical Sustainability w/ James Combs of Combs' Coffee 152 : Essential Advice for Starting a Roastery w/ Jen Apodaca “Rate of Rise: Elevated Conversations on Roasting” RoR #6: Buying Less and Doing More w/ Ever Meister 265 : Gaining Clarity on Transparency w/ Jonas Lorenz of The Pledge   Remember! Visit www.biocaf.com for more resources on sustainability! Visit www.keystotheshop.com for hundreds of episodes focused on helping you and your coffee business thrive! Follow @keystotheshop on Instagram!

Money Tips Daily by Charles Kelly, former IFA and author of
Should Britain Create UK Working Visas For Foreign Lorry Drivers?

Money Tips Daily by Charles Kelly, former IFA and author of

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 11:21


With the threat of a Christmas shortage of turkeys, the UK government is under pressure to create a short-term working visa scheme for foreign lorry drivers, the BBC reports. The Covid pandemic and Brexit has left transport firms desperate to recruit drivers and government departments have been in discussion options with the industry, including introducing special visas. Ministers have rejected calls to introduce visas for drivers while urging firms to use local labour. The industry wants drivers to be added to the official UK Shortage Occupations list, enabling them to qualify for a skilled worker visa. Is UK immigration the magic bullet for industry? But the government wants the industry to employ British drivers, which the industry said is impossible in the short term due to the training costs and time it takes to pass the rigorous HGV (heavy goods vehicle) driving test in the UK. Training HGV drivers typically takes six to nine months and costs up to £7,000. Many British drivers claim that the low pay and poor working conditions are deterring people from entering the sector. Businesses warn that the shortage of drivers is jeopardising deliveries to retailers and pushing up food prices for consumers. The sector is also reeling from the impact of the pandemic, which has prevented thousands of new drivers from taking their HGV tests last year. European drivers returned home when work dried up last year and have not been able to return because of immigration rules brought in after Brexit. Thousands of EU migrants failed to apply for UK settlement despite efforts by the Home Office to promote a low-cost easy route during the two-year run up to Brexit. The Road Haulage Association estimates that there is currently a shortfall of about 60,000 hauliers and said that the situation for food supplies was "close to a crisis point". There was a risk that some items would run out in supermarkets at certain times in a way similar to "rolling blackouts" for electricity, it said. Source: BBC. As I said in my video post this week, I have not yet seen any evidence of major shortages on supermarket shelves. The problem is that warnings of a food shortage could become a self-fulfilling prophesy as shoppers start to hoard and panic buy. Should the Home Office issue special UK working visas for drivers, they will almost certainly apply only to EU citizens. Importing overseas workers to plug skill shortages has been used in the UK since the 1950's ‘Windrush' generation right up to hiring nurses from the Philippines and other countries today. What's your view? Should we train more British workers to do those jobs or is it the situation more complex? See also: Mastering Money The S.M.A.R.T Way Without Working Any Harder, Lesson #6 If you would like to learn more about investing and managing your money, become a professional property investor, or would like to be financially free without working any harder, watch this free on demand training. I will give a special free gift which can help you to immediately transform your finances when you attend the online training. Click on this link to watch the free training now https://bit.ly/3wLWqx2

The Animals at Home Network
100: Insane Stories About Importing Reptiles! | Dan Mulleary

The Animals at Home Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 99:22


Dan Mulleary is the owner and founder of DM Exotics. Dan's company focuses on reptile imports from mainly Asian countries and he currently lives in Thailand with his wife, Apple. In this episode, Dan tells us some incredible stories ranging from what life is like in Thailand (including eating snakes, frogs, and tadpoles), a close call he had with a sketchy reptile exporter, issues he had during his maiden reptile import, and his thoughts on the direction herpetoculture is headed! SHOW NOTES: https://www.animalsathomenetwork.com/100-dan-mulleary

Scott Adams Show on Red State Talk Radio
082021 Podcast, Biden's resettlement program, importing voters, reject vaccine mandates

Scott Adams Show on Red State Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 55:06


082021 Podcast, Biden's resettlement program was on purpose, importing voters, reject covid vaccine mandates

Nairametrics Podcasts
How Nigeria is importing dollar inflation | EMM

Nairametrics Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 29:20


On this special episode of the EMM Podcast, the Nairametrics team delved into a number of conflicting personal finance questions and issues making round in the economy

Broken Silicon
113. AMD & Nvidia MSRP Truth: Margins, Volume, Importing Mining GPU | Silver Knights

Broken Silicon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 115:30


Tom interviews a GPU Seller & System Integrator from Silver Knights in person! We discuss the truth behind the Nvidia Ampere & AMD RDNA 2 launches, GPU supply, MSRP manipulation, and the state of PC Gaming. [SPONSOR for cheap Windows & Gaming Keys: https://www.cdkeyoffers.com/] 25% software discount code: brokensilicon 3% EVERYTHING discount code: dieshrink Windows 10 Key: https://bit.ly/3izasOD 0:00 Who is Ted? What does a "System Integrator" do? 7:00 Prebuilt Customer Service Challenges 10:25 Why are some Prebuilt PCs such low quality? 21:20 Why does our guest have so many GPUs with him? 27:56 Are used mining cards less reliable than gaming cards? 37:20 Importing Hundreds of Mining Cards from China (True Story) 52:20 The truth about Ampere Reference Cards, RDNA 2 Launch, GPU Supply, and MSRP 1:19:45 The Truth about AMD vs Nvidia Markups, Distributors forcing PSU Sales 1:26:40 Who in the supply chain is making the most money off of rising prices? 1:34:00 Are sub-$600 Midrange Builds Permanently Dead? 1:48:30 Nvidia Lovelace Launch https://www.linkedin.com/in/theodore-melkoumov-93bb52b1/ https://www.silverknightpcsfayetteville.com/ https://www.mooreslawisdead.com/post/nvidia-s-ultimate-play https://www.mooreslawisdead.com/post/nvidia-s-rtx-3060-flood-in-august

Will Mosley
Will Mosley 2020 - How To Make A Film Importing, Organizing & Sorting Footage | FCPX

Will Mosley

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2021 17:40


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The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 07.21.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 60:39


Greater adherence to Mediterranean diet associated with better cognitive performance in older individuals University of South Australia, July 13, 2021 According to news originating from Adelaide, Australia, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, “Adherence to a Mediterranean diet is associated with higher cognitive function and reduced risk of dementia in Mediterranean populations. However, few studies have investigated the association between Mediterranean diet adherence and cognition in populations outside of the Mediterranean basin.” Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from the University of South Australia, “Furthermore, it is currently unknown whether the association between Mediterranean diet adherence and cognitive function differs between middle-aged and older individuals. Cross-sectional (n = 894) and longitudinal (n = 530) multivariable analyses were undertaken using data from community-dwelling adults from the Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Study (MSLS). Mediterranean diet adherence was measured by applying a literature-based Mediterranean diet score to food frequency questionnaire data. Cognitive function was assessed with a battery of tests and composites scores were computed for global cognitive function, Visual-Spatial Organisation and Memory, verbal memory, working memory, scanning and tracking and abstract reasoning. No cross-sectional associations between Mediterranean diet adherence and cognitive function were detected. Over a period of five years, higher adherence to a Mediterranean diet was associated with improvements in Global Cognitive Function, Visual-Spatial Organisation and Memory and scanning and tracking in participants >= 70 years.” According to the news editors, the research concluded: “No significant longitudinal associations were observed for participants Conclusion: Our findings suggest that higher adherence to a Mediterranean diet is associated with better cognitive performance, and therefore less cognitive decline, in older but not middle-aged individuals.” This research has been peer-reviewed.     Coffee and veggies may protect against COVID-19 Northwestern University, July 20, 2021 Sip a venti dark roast and eat a salad. A new Northwestern Medicine study shows coffee consumption and eating lots of vegetables may offer some protection against COVID-19. The authors believe this is the first study using population data to examine the role of specific dietary intake in prevention of COVID-19. "A person's nutrition impacts immunity," said senior author Marilyn Cornelis, associate professor of preventive medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. "And the immune system plays a key role in an individual's susceptibility and response to infectious diseases, including COVID-19." Being breastfed may also offer protection as well as eating less processed meats, the study found. "Besides following guidelines currently in place to slow the spread of the virus, we provide support for other relatively simple ways in which individuals can reduce their risk and that is through diet and nutrition," Cornelis said.  The paper on nutrition and COVID-19 protection was published recently in the journal Nutrients. One or more cups of coffee per day was associated with about a 10% decrease in risk of COVID-19 compared to less than one cup per day. Consumption of at least 0.67 servings per day of vegetables (cooked or raw, excluding potatoes) was associated with a lower risk of COVID-19 infection. Processed meat consumption of as little as 0.43 servings per day was associated with a higher risk of COVID-19. Having been breastfed as a baby reduced the risk 10% compared to not having been breastfed.  While the study shows diet appears to modestly reduce disease risk, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends vaccines as the most effective way to prevent COVID-19 disease, especially severe illness and death. COVID-19 vaccines also reduce the risk of people spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. Thus far, most COVID-19 research has focused on individual factors assessed after a positive COVID-19 test. Individuals with suppressed immune systems such as the elderly and those with existing comorbidities including cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, diabetes and obesity, are more likely to experience severe outcomes of COVID-19.  But other than weight management, less attention has focused on other modifiable risk factors preceding COVID-19 infection, said Cornelis, who studies how diet and nutrition contribute to chronic disease.  Dr. Thanh-Huyen Vu, the study's first author and a research associate professor of medicine at Northwestern, is now leading analyses to determine whether these protective diet behaviors are specific to COVID or respiratory infections more broadly.  Exact mechanisms linking these diet factors to COVID are unknown.  "Coffee is a major source of caffeine, but there are also dozens of other compounds that may potentially underlie the protective associations we observed," Cornelius said. "Associations with processed meat, but not red meat, point to non-meat factors." Using data from the UK Biobank, researchers examined the associations between dietary behaviors measured in 2006-2010 and COVID-19 infections in March to December 2020, before vaccines were available. They focused on 1) diet factors for which data were available and previously implicated in immunity based on human and animal studies; 2) self-reported intakes of coffee, tea, vegetables, fruit, fatty fish, processed meat and red meat. An early-life exposure to breastmilk also was analyzed.  Among the 37,988 participants tested for COVID-19 and included in the study, 17% tested positive.  The observational nature of the UK Biobank research limits the extent to which mechanisms of protection can be tested, Cornelis said. However, much of her nutrition research uses genetics, and with all UK Biobank participants currently genotyped, she hopes to use this information to gain better insight into how diet and nutrition offer protection from the disease.   Biologic age reversed with lifestyle improvement plus supplements Institute for Functional Medicine (Seattle), July 14 2021.  The April 15, 2021 issue of Aging published the results of an eight-week randomized trial which resulted in a reduction in biologic age among men who participated in lifestyle changes and consumed nutritional supplements. "The combined intervention program was designed to target a specific biological mechanism called DNA methylation, and in particular the DNA methylation patterns that have been identified as highly predictive of biological age,” explained lead author Kara Fitzgerald, ND. “We suspect that this focus was the reason for its remarkable impact.”  The trial included 38 men between the ages of 50 and 72 years. Eighteen participants consumed a plant-based, low carbohydrate diet that included limited nutrient-dense animal proteins. The diet was supplemented with a vegetable and fruit powder and the probiotic Lactobacillus plantarum 299v. The group was advised to participate in a minimum of 30 minutes of exercise daily and to perform breathing exercises twice per day for stress reduction.  According to the Horvath DNAmAge clock, which evaluates DNA methylation patterns as a marker of biologic age, men who participated in the lifestyle program had scores that averaged 1.96 younger at the end of the program in comparison with the beginning, while control participants scored 1.27 years older. Additionally, triglycerides were reduced in the lifestyle program group. “To our knowledge, this is the first randomized controlled study to suggest that specific diet and lifestyle interventions may reverse Horvath DNAmAge epigenetic aging in healthy adult males,” the authors announced.  “These early results appear to be consistent with, and greatly extend, the very few existing studies that have so far examined the potential for biological age reversal,” Dr Fitzgerald commented. “And it is unique in its use of a safe, non-pharmaceutical dietary and lifestyle program, control group, and the extent of the age reduction."       Research suggests L-carnitine could aid burn recovery Anhui Medical University (China), July 12, 2021 According to news reporting from First Affiliated Hospital of Anhui Medical University research stated, “Impaired hepatic fatty acid metabolism and persistent mitochondrial dysfunction are phenomena commonly associated with liver failure. Decreased serum levels of L-carnitine, a amino acid derivative involved in fatty-acid and energy metabolism, have been reported in severe burn patients.” Our news editors obtained a quote from the research from First Affiliated Hospital of Anhui Medical University: “The current study aimed to evaluate the effects of L-carnitine supplementation on mitochondrial damage and other hepatocyte injuries following severe burns and the related mechanisms. Serum carnitine and other indicators of hepatocytic injury, including AST, ALT, LDH, TG, and OCT, were analyzed in severe burn patients and healthy controls. A burn model was established on the back skin of rats; thereafter, carnitine was administered, and serum levels of the above indicators were evaluated along with Oil Red O and TUNEL staining, transmission electron microscopy, and assessment of mitochondrial membrane potential and carnitine palmitoyltransferase 1 (CPT1) activity and expression levels in the liver. HepG2 cells pretreated with the CPT1 inhibitor etomoxir were treated with or without carnitine for 24 h. Next, the above indicators were examined, and apoptotic cells were analyzed via flow cytometry. High-throughput sequencing of rat liver tissues identified several differentially expressed genes (Fabp4, Acacb, Acsm5, and Pnpla3) were confirmed using RT-qPCR. Substantially decreased serum levels of carnitine and increased levels of AST, ALT, LDH, and OCT were detected in severe burn patients and the burn model rats. Accumulation of TG, evident mitochondrial shrinkage, altered mitochondrial membrane potential, decreased ketogenesis, and reduced CPT1 activity were detected in the liver tissue of the burned rats. Carnitine administration recovered CPT1 activity and improved all indicators related to cellular and fatty acid metabolism and mitochondrial injury. Inhibition of CPT1 activity with etomoxir induced hepatocyte injuries similar to those in burn patients and burned rats; carnitine supplementation restored CPT1 activity and ameliorated these injuries. The expression levels of the differentially expressed genes Fabp4, Acacb, Acsm5, and Pnpla3 in the liver tissue from burned rats and etomoxir-treated hepatocytes were also restored by treatment with exogenous carnitine.” According to the news editors, the research concluded: “Exogenous carnitine exerts protective effects against severe burn-induced cellular, fatty-acid metabolism, and mitochondrial dysfunction of hepatocytes by restoring CPT1 activity.”     Red blood cell ‘traffic' contributes to changes in brain oxygenation   Penn State University, July 19, 2021 Adequate blood flow supplies the brain with oxygen and nutrients, but the oxygenation tends to fluctuate in a distinct, consistent manner. The root of this varied activity, though, is poorly understood. Now, Penn State researchers have identified one cause of the fluctuations: inherent randomness in the flow rate of red blood cells through tiny blood vessels called capillaries. According to the researchers, this randomness could have potential implications for understanding the biological build-up mechanisms underlying neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease. They published their findings in PLOS Biology today. “These oxygenation fluctuations also occur in other tissues, like muscle,” said Patrick Drew, Huck Distinguished Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics, Neurosurgery and Biomedical Engineering. “The question we had was: Are these fluctuations caused by neural activity or something else?” The fluctuations resemble 1/f-like noise, a statistical pattern showing large fluctuations made up of many small fluctuations and naturally occurring in a variety of phenomena, from stock-market prices to river heights. The researchers investigated the fluctuations in mice due to their brains' similarities to those of humans, according to Drew, who also serves as associate director of the Penn State Neuroscience Institute. First, the researchers monitored the blood flow, oxygenation and electrical signals produced by brain activity—the first time the latter two had been tracked simultaneously, according to Drew—in awake mice. They collected the data as mice moved on a spherical treadmill for up to 40 minutes at a time. Next, to investigate the relationship between brain activity and oxygenation fluctuations, the researchers used pharmacological compounds to temporarily and reversibly silence neural signals in the mice's brains. Despite the silencing, the fluctuations continued, showing little correlation between neural activity and oxygenation. The passage of red blood cells, however, told a different story. Using two-photon laser scanning microscopy, an imaging technique used to visualize cells deep inside living tissue, the researchers could visualize the passage of individual red blood cells through capillaries. “It's like traffic,” Drew said. “Sometimes there are a lot of cars going by, and the traffic gets plugged up, and sometimes there aren't. And red blood cells go either way when they approach a junction, so this random flow can lead to bottlenecks and stalls in the vessel.” Importing experimental data into a statistical model allowed the researchers to run further simulations and make inferences based on massive amounts of data produced by the model. The researchers discovered that these random red blood cell stoppages contributed to the fluctuations in oxygenation, further supporting a relationship between the flow of red blood cells through capillaries and the tiny changes in oxygenation that formed larger trends. Better understanding the regulation of blood flow and subsequent transport of oxygen can help researchers improve medical technology and explore causes of diseases such as Alzheimer's, according to Drew. While the researchers identified the link between red blood cell transport and oxygenation, further research is needed to investigate additional contributors to oxygenation fluctuations that could play a role in neurodegenerative diseases. Kyle Gheres, a graduate student in the intercollege Graduate Program in Molecular Cellular and Integrative Biosciences, also contributed to this paper. Qingguang Zhang, assistant research professor of engineering science and mechanics, served as first author on the paper. This work was supported by the National Institutes of Health.     EGCG in Green Tea inhibits the growth of breast cancer cells Chonbuk National University School of Medicine (S Korea), July 21, 2021   Findings on Breast Cancer Reported by Researchers at Chonbuk National University School of Medicine(Epigallocatechin gallate inhibits the growth of MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells via inactivation of the b-catenin signaling pathway) According to news reporting originating in Chonbuk, South Korea, research stated, "Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a major constituent of green tea, has potential as a treatment for a variety of diseases, including cancer. EGCG induces apoptosis and inhibits tumorigenesis through multiple signaling pathways in breast cancer cells. b-catenin signaling modulators could be useful in the prevention and therapy of breast cancer." The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from the Chonbuk National University School of Medicine, "However, the precise anticancer effect of EGCG through the b-catenin signaling pathway in breast cancer is unclear. The present study investigated the association between b-catenin expression and clinicopathological factors of breast cancer patients, and the effect of EGCG on b-catenin expression in breast cancer cells. b-catenin expression was analyzed according to the clinicopathological factors of 74 patients with breast cancer. All patients were females diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma. Western blot analysis revealed that b-catenin was expressed at higher levels in breast cancer tissue than in normal tissue. b-catenin expression was associated with lymph node metastasis (p=0.04), tumor-node-metastasis stage (p=0.03) and estrogen receptor status (p

The Jacob Johnston Show
Ep 193) The Left Openly Promote Corruption & Authoritarianism

The Jacob Johnston Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 44:27


Since the Democrats seized control of DC it has not only been a shit show, it has become a scary time in the US with Freedom and Democracy under constant attack. Rep Maxine Waters openly advocating political prosecutions and imprisoning political opponents whose policies she disagrees with saying that if we don't prosecute them, they could get elected. Take that with the White House openly admitting they are telling social media and other tech companies what views and facts are to be censored. The American people are no longer to speak freely under the First Amendment. Instead, the Government should dictate what you're allowed to say, think, and believe. You notice it's always the biggest liar, the propagandist that always advocates for censorship. The Democrats attempt to justify this by claiming they are saving lives by stoping medical mininformation. The biggest source of medical misinformation is Dr. Fauci. Fauci who helped fund the creation of Covid19 that has killed millions, Fauci who suppressed information related to Covid19, Fauci who promotes policies that put kids and the public at greater risk. The Democrats know that with election integrity laws being passed to crack down on election fraud, 2022 is going to be devastating to the Democrats. This is why the Democrats are openly engaged in voter replacement. Importing people from countries likely to support Democrats, placing them in Republican states all while pushing Amnesty in DC. This is their plan to flip Red-States to Blue. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thejacobjohnstonshow/message

Scott Adams Show on Red State Talk Radio
072021 Podcast, Rigging Elections, Importing Voters, Mask Mandates, Vaccine Passports

Scott Adams Show on Red State Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 55:06


072021 Podcast, Rigging Elections, Importing Voters, Mask Mandates, Vaccine Passports to control People

Compliance Kitchen Podcast
Podcast: Importing into the UK? A new guidance on import duties is out.

Compliance Kitchen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 3:54


The UK's Department for International Trade updated its guidance on import tariffs. Due to the COVID pandemic, some tariffs and VAT have been removed on certain goods.  The Kitchen explores where to go and how to look up if your product qualifies for a duty break and how much duty should you expect to pay.

Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio
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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 55:35


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1. Diephuis- Crossing Borders (Manoo_s Refugee Remix)- NULU2. David Morales ftg.Mr.V.- EVERYDAY OF MY LIFE - (VOCAL MIX)- Promo Exclusive3. Saliva Commandos- House of Dirt (Extended Mix)- House 'n Chips4. Jerome Sydenham- Darkroom (Original Mix- UK Promotions5. Cevin Fisher- The Freaks Come Out (Trancesetters Dub)- Import Tracks6. Cevin Fisher- Music Saved My Life (Pete Heller's Groove Jet Moment Mix)- Nettwerk/Maxi Records7. David Morales ftg.Mr.V.- EVERYDAY OF MY LIFE - (VOCAL MIX)- Promo Exclusive8. Supernova- You Have House (Extended Mix)- DFTD

Freshstart Podcast with Author D.L. Henning
Maini Homer The QUEEN OF CONTENT CREATION

Freshstart Podcast with Author D.L. Henning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 18:55


Today I'm speaking with Maini Homer The QUEEN OF CONTENT CREATION in Brisbane, Australia She is a #1 International Best Selling Author of Lockdown Took My Income and has created 13 successful businesses WATCH ON YOUTUBE "I am known as the QUEEN of Content Creation because I continue to create magic for my clients. I am also a #1 International Best Selling Author in three countries and three categories, a published author in many major online blog and news sites,a business owner for 23 years andI've created 13 successful businesses from scratch. Contact Maini at CopywritersInternational.com "What was my biggest self - sabotage The biggest of these is around self validation, knowing in yourself you are good enough so you can really put yourself out there and be who you are meant to be. My business life has exploded since I worked that one out and I think it's one that still holds many people back in life and business." Here's just a little Maini' amazing Track Record of Success: Successful Professional Copywriter Start up Businesses (Done it 11 times) Building an Online Business from scratch (done it 4 times) Importing products      Lead Generation  Sales Building Teams   Building a successful Coaching business Building a successful brand Building a successful social media presence Mastering Facebook Live   Building self confidence Buiding self esteem  Finding your purpose Finding yourself Believing in yourself Trusting in yourself  Removing Negative Emotions - Anger, Sadness, Fear, Hurt and Guilt Removing Limiting Beliefs - I'm not good enough, not wanted, too fat, too skinny, too old, too young, not worthy, not loved, not wanted, i can't because... You name it Anything else to do with mindset - Anxiety - Depression - Phobias - Fears - Removing traumas - abuse (all types)  Resilience Beating Fear of Rejection, Fear of Failure, Fear of Success, Imposter syndrome, Procrastination, Self Sabotage,  Speaking Writing books Articles    

The Pet Buzz
The Pet Buzz wk of June 27 - Heat Stroke, Gearing up for Summer, CDC Ban on Importing Pets

The Pet Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 43:50


This week on The Pet Buzz, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Dr. Katherine Gerkin, Assistant Clinical Professor of the Auburn University Emergency and Critical Care, about heatstroke; and with Patti Strand, founder of the National Animal Interest Alliance, about the Center for Disease Control ban on dogs from 113 countries. Reed and Fleck talk about Unexpected Summer Dangers and Back-to-Work Preparedness for Pandemic pets.

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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 58:33


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1. Magnetic Fields Forever- Am I In Your Head (Hani Original Mix)- Soterios2. Beije- Cayenne (Original Mix)- Harabe3. PAAX (Tulum)- Ilusiones Paralelas (Original Mix)- Bar 25 Music4. Hrag Mikkel, Pambouk- The Path of an Honest Man (Original Mix)- Hoomidaas5. Cevin Fisher- We're The Lucky Ones (Original Mix)- Satellite /Import Tracks6. Maxi Degrassi- Keep Moving (Original Mix)- All Day I Dream7. Eli Nissan- Lyla (Original Mix)- Lost Miracle8. Kate Bush- Nocturn (Ranj Kaler Rework)- White Label

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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 60:35


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1.DSF, VICTHOR- Luna (Original Mix)- TRYBESof2.Shai T- Superstition (Original Mix)- Do Not Sit On The Furniture Recordings3.Nōpi- Libido (DJ Paul (AR) Remix)- Deepwibe Underground4.Amonita- Aura (Original Mix)- All Day I Dream5.Lerr- In Time (Original Mix)- Mango Alley6.Kamilo Sanclemente, Giovanny Aparicio- Chasing Stars (Original Mix)- Hoomidaas7.serpentwithfeet, Virgil Abloh- Delicate Limbs (Bedouin Remix)- Columbia (Sony)8.Peve- Veemente (Original Mix)- Akbal Music9.Magnetic Fields Forever - Am I In Your Head (Hani Original Mix)- Soterios

Airtalk
Could Importing Seawater Save The Salton Sea We Discuss The Implications

Airtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 24:30


Salton Sea water levels continue to go down and that poses a number of problems for nearby communities and the organisms living in the water. A number of proposals being considered are focusing on the idea of importing seawater across the state's desert to solve the problem.  Environment reporter Mark Odalde's new piece looks at the proposed plans. The California Natural Resources Agency is tasked with coming with a long-term fix, but the deadline is approaching. Odalde says the agency owes the state a plan by the end of 2022.  Today on AirTalk, we break down what's happening with the Salton Sea, the proposals being considered and the various implications. Do you have questions? Join the conversation by calling 866-893-5722.   We reached out to the California Natural Resources Agency, but the agency was unable to make someone available for an interview. With guest host Sharon McNary Guests:  Mark Olalde, environment reporter for ProPublica's Southwest office, his piece is “Clock is ticking on dreams of saving Salton Sea with water from Mexico's Sea of Cortez;” he tweets @MarkOlalde Michael Cohen, a senior researcher at the Oakland-based Pacific Institute, a think tank that focuses on water conservation issues Timothy Bradley, professor emeritus of ecology and evolutionary biology at UC Irvine; he has been working on issues related to the Salton Sea and salt lakes for decades  

Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz
Ep 894 | Importing Islamic Anti-Semitism to Our Shores I Guest: Dr. Andy Bostom

Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 55:59


The media finally took notice of the rising anti-Semitism last month. Except they refuse to identify the source as growing numbers and influence of anti-Semitic Muslims who have immigrated here in large numbers. Today, we're joined by Dr. Andy Bostom, who, aside from being a medical researcher, is also a scholar on Islam and has written numerous books on the origins of Islamic anti-Semitism. He warns that it's not just al Qaeda that preaches jihad towards Jews; it's in all of the mainstream Islamic teachings and universities to this very day, including on our own shores. Dr. Bostom also traces the unholy alliance between Marxism and Islamism, which is really blossoming today through BLM and people like Ilhan Omar. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 60:10


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1. dPen- Vasanizome (Matias Chilano Remix) - Sound Avenue2. Mano Le Tough- As If To Say (Original Mix) - CircoLoco Records3. Jonny White /JAMES TEEJ0- Narco Balada (Original Mix)-Perspectiv Germany4. Dj Vivona - Something (Basti Grub Remix) - Street King5. Mano Le Tough - Primative People (Tale Of Us Remix) - White Label6. Coldplay- Talk (Francois Kevorkian Mix)- Bootleg7. Chus+Ceballos - Lost In Music (Cevin Fisher Acapella) - Stereo Productions8. Tiger Stripes Feat Cevin Fisher - It All Comes Back (Coyu Remix) - Toolroom 3209. Steve Mac,Danny Rampling,Cevin Fisher- Slow Dance (Original Mix) - Import Tracks

RNZ: Checkpoint
Drug bust: Head knocked off importing beast - Gilbert

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 6:40


The head has been knocked off a drug importing beast. That's the take of a gang expert, after New Zealand police carried out raids across the North Island as part of an international sting led by the FBI. So far, 35 people have been arrested, including senior members of the Comancheros, the Waikato Mongrel Mob and the Head Hunters. About 900 charges have been laid and $3.7 million-worth of assets seized - including two boats and more than $1 million in cash. Criminals have also been netted across the globe in what's been called Operation Trojan Shield - after police tricked them into communicating on an app run by the FBI. Jarrod Gilbert, who's the Director of Criminal Justice at the University of Canterbury, reckons gang members will be on edge.

Entrepreneurs on Fire
Reinventing Yourself After the Government Crushes Your 8-Figure Business with Michael Jackness

Entrepreneurs on Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2021 23:49


Michael is a lifelong entrepreneur who has been emersed in eCommerce for the past 7 years, who documents his entire journey along the way via the EcomCrew blog and podcast. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. The bad thing about affiliate sites via e-commerce is that you don’t own anything except for the content in your site. 2. Differentiate a little bit. If you do what everyone else is doing exactly, there’s going to be 15 other people doing the exact same thing. If you can make small improvements, it could go a long way because now you have something that’s differentiated. 3. Dig deep and realize that entrepreneurship is such a long road. Explore FREE video courses below to master everything from building the perfect Amazon Listing to Importing from China - Free Video Courses Sponsors: LaunchMyBiz: With complete end- to- end training & support LaunchMyBiz guarantees your success and revenue! Apply today at LaunchMyBiz.com! MDHearingAid: If you’re experiencing hearing loss, or know someone who is, visit MDHearingAid.com and use promo code FIRE to get their Buy 1 / Get 1 $299 each offer!

Alexa Entrepreneurs On Fire
Reinventing Yourself After the Government Crushes Your 8-Figure Business with Michael Jackness

Alexa Entrepreneurs On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2021 23:49


Michael is a lifelong entrepreneur who has been emersed in eCommerce for the past 7 years, who documents his entire journey along the way via the EcomCrew blog and podcast. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. The bad thing about affiliate sites via e-commerce is that you don't own anything except for the content in your site. 2. Differentiate a little bit. If you do what everyone else is doing exactly, there's going to be 15 other people doing the exact same thing. If you can make small improvements, it could go a long way because now you have something that's differentiated. 3. Dig deep and realize that entrepreneurship is such a long road. Explore FREE video courses below to master everything from building the perfect Amazon Listing to Importing from China - Free Video Courses Sponsors: LaunchMyBiz: With complete end- to- end training & support LaunchMyBiz guarantees your success and revenue! Apply today at LaunchMyBiz.com! MDHearingAid: If you're experiencing hearing loss, or know someone who is, visit MDHearingAid.com and use promo code FIRE to get their Buy 1 / Get 1 $299 each offer!

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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 60:22


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1.House Muzik ftg.Cevin Fisher (David Morales Red Zone Mix) - DIRIDIM2.Cevin Fisher - Some Other Place (CF's Original Mix) - Import Tracks3.Cevin Fisher - Now Let's Go House (David Morales Vocal Mix) - Import Tracks4.Cevin Fisher - VOODOO (Original Mix) - Import Tracks5.Cevin Fisher - The Sceance (Cevin's Original Mix) - Soundz6.Josh Butler, Denis Cruz- Ahora Todo Va (Original Mix) - Crosstown Rebels7.Christian Burns - Any Love (Original Mix) - Black Hole Recordings8.WhoMadeWho- Abu Simbel (Extend Mix)- Cercle Recordings9.Flowers On Monday- When You Smile (Original Mix)- YION10Rollo and Sister Bliss- Dusted Deeper River (Rollo and Sister Bliss mix)- Cheeky Records

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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 60:04


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1. Cevin Fisher- Deeper Than Any Man (Original Mix)- Import Tracks2. Pole Folder & Cédric Piret- Pacific Orchestra (Original Mix)- Sudbeat3. Nicolas Giordano- Arkham (Ilias Katelanos Remix)- Flug Lab4. Anthony Middleton- Magic Touch (Original Mix)- Do Not Sit On The Furniture Recordings5. Massio, Vauban, Massio, Vauban- Eternal Fall (Nōpi Remix)- WORDS NOT ENOUGH6. Enamour- Undone (Extended Mix)- Kindisch7. Moshic- Ya Habibi (Orignial Mix)- Contrast Records8. Khen- Maple (Original mix)- Warung Recordings9. Cristoph- SFB (Original Mix)- Anjunadeep

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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 60:10


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1. Jaap Ligthart feat. Alice Rose - I Know Change - himself her Remix-Selador2. Pole Folder - Chelsea's Lane -Original Mix -Reworck 3. Roi Okev Hakimonu - Stimulation - SUDBEAT4. Sam Pauli Towdie - Chicago Sunrise -2015_edition -Chapter 245. Roi Okev Hakimonu - Changes - SUDBEAT 6. Reboot - Lubricalifornia - Original Mix - Defected 7. Horatio & Viorel Dragu - Enter The Dragon - Original Mix - Waldliebe Familien8. Enzo Siffredi - Sometime - Original Mix - DFTD 9. D-Nox & Beckers - Hypnotize - Original Mix - Sprout 10. Pedro Agular - Ego Tripping - Original Mix - Lost & Found

The Awakened Man: A Repository For Holistic Health, Red Pill Alpha Masculinity, & Ultimate Freedom

The Awakened Man Podcast · #425: The Perils Of Importing The Foreign Bride In this episode, Gregory discuss the pitfalls of the… The post #425: The Perils Of Importing The Foreign Bride appeared first on Naturopathic Earth.

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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 60:11


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1.Brian Sanhaji- Neurotic (Original Mix)- Promo2.Orion, Cari Lekebusch- Tribe (Original Mix)- H-Productions3.Altinbas- Anaphora (Original)- VOLTAGE Imprint4.Kai van Dongen- Free Your Mind (Original Mix)- EI8HT5.Truncate- Pad Mode (2021 Mix)- Enemy Records6.Cevin Fisher- Energy (Original Mix)- Import Tracks7.Psyk- Track 3 (Original Mix)- Enemy RecordsMiane- In My Hell (Original Mix)- Arcane Music8.Hertz Collision, Gene Richards Jr- Hood Thang (Original Mix)- Truncate9.DJ Gomi, Sebastian Manuel I- Hope You Dance (Main Mix)- Dopewax10.Anika Kunst - Prism (Original Mix)- Rekids

Science Friday
Viking Metal, Possible Futures, Global Pollination. April 30, 2021, Part 2

Science Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 46:49


Uncovering Metal Crafts Of The Viking Age Vikings are often associated with scenes of boats and fiercely-pitched battles. But new research, published in the journal Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, shows they also had other, calmer skills. The paper details advances in the cast metalwork of objects, such as keys and ornamental brooches, that occurred in the trading city of Ribe, Denmark in the 8th and 9th century.  Researchers analyzed samples of metal taken from a variety of metal objects found in Ribe, along with metalworking tools, crucibles, molds, and samples of metal slag. They found that while the Vikings began working in brass with a very experimental approach, they quickly standardized their production to use specific blends and alloys of metals. They also adopted more heat-resistant clays for crucibles, and made extensive use of recycling throughout their work processes.  Vana Orfanou, an European Research Commission (ERC) postdoctoral research scientist In the School of Archaeology at University College, Dublin, and lead author on the paper, joins SciFri’s Charles Bergquist to discuss the state of the art in early Scandinavian brass making.    An Illustrated Exploration Of Hypothetical Futures Futurist and Flash Forward host Rose Eveleth spends her time asking a lot of ‘what if’ questions, and then exploring the answers with experts. For example, what if human light sources forever drowned out our dark night sky? What if we relocated endangered species to save them from climate change? What if, as she asked in 2018, we saw a deadly pandemic consume the globe? With a new book that illustrates even more hypothetical futures, she poses even more far-reaching questions: What if we could change our gender like our hair color? What if we could live on as robots after our death? What if we had to pirate the basic pharmaceuticals, like insulin, that keep so many alive?  Eveleth sits down with SciFri’s John Dankosky to explore the nuances of imagining possible futures, whose choices influence what may actually happen, and why this work matters, even when she gets it wrong. Plus, what was predictable—and what was not—about the COVID-19 pandemic.    The Global Pollinating Forces Behind Your Food Importing food from one country to another also means importing the resources that went into growing that food: Nutrients. Water. Sunlight. Human labor. And the labor of the bees, butterflies, or other insects and animals that provide pollination in that country’s ecosystems. Take Brazil, for example—Europe and the United States consume a large proportion of the country’s pollinator-dependent crops, from soybeans to mangoes, avocados, and other fruits. Writing in the scientific journal Science Advances in March, an interdisciplinary team of Brazilian researchers describe a way to quantify and visualize this flow of pollinator effort, from one country to another. They created an interactive web tool that lets anyone see this pollinator flow, for a specific country or a group of countries.  Importantly, the researchers say, the model makes it clear that this flow occurs mostly from poor countries to rich ones—with economic and ecological consequences for the poorer countries. Farmers, for example, may clear more land to grow crops for export, removing valuable pollinator habitat in the process. Those same farmers might then see their yields drop as pollinators die off, thanks to loss of habitat. Producer Christie Taylor talks to two members of the research team, economist Felipe Deodato da Silva e Silva, and ecologist Luisa Carvalheiro, about the importance of considering pollinators in global food trade, and how better informed policy and consumer choices might help preserve threatened biodiversity.  This segment is part of our spring SciFri Book Club. For another culinary exploration, join us in reading Lenore Newman’s Lost Feast: Culinary Extinction and the Future of Food.

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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 58:02


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1.Enigmatic- Blind Faith (Original Mix)- RADIANT.2.Sebastien Leger- Stevie (Original Mix)- Lost Miracle3.Petros Odin, Anastasia Nati - Away (Stranger Tourists Remix)- The Purr4.Fulltone- Love in Space (Original Mix)- All Day I Dream5.serpen twith feet, Virgil Abloh- Delicate Limbs (Bedouin Remix)- Columbia (Sony)6.Maga- Trust Me Sometime (Kadosh Remix)- Get Physical Music7.Anthony Middleton- Magic Touch (Original Mix)- Do Not Sit On The Furniture Recordings8.Rony Seikal- Mila (Bedouin Remix)- Stride9.Deejaguar- Eubaleana Australis (Luis Leon Remix)- Plano B Records

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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 59:14


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1.NØRBAK- Direction Towards Chaos (Original Mix)- Soma Records2.Oliver Deutschmann- Energy (Original Mix)- Off Recordings3.Rene Wise, Rødhåd- 190205 (Original Mix)- WSNWG4.Cevin Fisher- Energy (Original Mix)- Import Tracks5.Nastia Reigel- Wire Voices (Original Mix)- Non Series6.Elyas & Hemissi- Punishment Park (Original Mix)- Edit Select7.Anika Kunst- Prism (Original Mix)- Rekids8.Rene Wise- Hollow (Original Mix)- SK_Eleven9.Hertz Collision, Gene Richards Jr- Hood Thang (Original Mix)- Truncate10.Kai van Dongen- Weekend Jam (V2)- Truncate11.CØRE- Cavern (Human Space Machine Remix 1)- Sungate

Farming Today
19/04/21 Soil, Rural tourism, Potatoes

Farming Today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 11:41


Soils are seen by some as the Cinderella of the environment, but soil scientists say they're vital for cleaning water and storing carbon and it's about time we monitored them as regularly as we would our cars. Scotland's rural tourism businesses are gearing up to welcome visitors once more. Caroline Millar runs luxury holiday cottages on her family farm near Dundee. She's fully booked until September, but a lot of her guests are rescheduling holidays they should have had 12 months ago. Importing potatoes may be easier and more cost effective than storing home grown ones - so says one grower and supplier who warns that trade complications after Brexit, rules on chemicals, and lockdown are making life very difficult. Chris Marshall who farms in Cambridgeshire says since a chemical treatment was banned here, British potatoes are harder to store. Presenter = Charlotte Smith Producer = Rebecca Rooney

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Cevin Fisher's Import Tracks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 59:49


Importing the hottest new music from around the globe every week. 1. The Martinez Bros.SPACE JAMS VOL.1- C MY BABY EDIT- Bootleg2. PHIL POT- Cocaine- WE MEAN DISCO!!3. FUNKY JUDGE- Feels So Good- Tropical Disco4. HP VINCE- Hot Disco (original mix)- Tasty Recordings5. Reel Houze- The Chance (DJ D Dub Plate Mix)- Optimo Music6. DJ LAUREL- Live Together- Katakana Edits7. Cevin Fisher - The Way We Used To (accappella) - Nettwerk/Maxi8. Cerrone - Look for Love (Original Mix)- Malligator Productions / Because Music9. SEAN SCANLAN FEAT BRIAN LUCAS- Glow Of Love (Yam Who? vocal dub mix)- Midnight Riot

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Will importing briquettes lead to job losses?

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 4:29


Ciaran Mullooly, Midlands Correspondent, reports on a proposed increase in the price of briquettes and the fears over jobs.

A Taste of the Past
Made in Italy, really!

A Taste of the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021 39:18


Authentic products by artisan producers are worth protecting. Beatrice Ughi, founder and president of the food importing company Gustiamo talks about the fake and adulterated products passing as "Made in Italy", and shares her passion for keeping it real.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support A Taste of the Past by becoming a member!A Taste of the Past is Powered by Simplecast.

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network
HITM for March 12, 2021: EHV-1 Update, Importing Horses from England and Reallie Badd Adzs by Kentucky Performance Products

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 62:05


The latest on EHV-1, Kayla helps Jamie navigate importing a horse from England and some Reallie Bad Adz. Listen in...HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2639 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn: producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsPhoto: Really Bad AdsGuest: Kayla Benney from Selcouth SporthorsesFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this episode by: Horseloverz and Listeners Like YouSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)

Horses in the Morning
EHV-1 Update, Importing Horses from England and Reallie Badd Adzs for March 12, 2021 by Kentucky Performance Products

Horses in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 62:05


The latest on EHV-1, Kayla helps Jamie navigate importing a horse from England and some Reallie Bad Adz. Listen in...HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2639 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn: producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsPhoto: Really Bad AdsGuest: Kayla Benney from Selcouth SporthorsesFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this episode by: Horseloverz and Listeners Like YouSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)

UK Wine Show
Daniel Lambert on importing wine in Brexit Britain Part 3

UK Wine Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2021


Chris chats to Daniel Lambert on the issues he is facing importing wine post Brexit.

UK Wine Show
Daniel Lambert on importing wine in Brexit Britain Part 2

UK Wine Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021


We talk to Daniel Lambert on the effect of Brexit on the range and price of wines available.

The Animals at Home Network
80: Ethically Importing Exotic Reptiles | Ashley Dezan

The Animals at Home Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2021 62:14


Ashley Dezan is the founder and owner of Northern Lights Reptile Imports. In this episode, Ashley tells us the story of how she started her business and gives us the “day-in-the-life” of a reptile importer. She also explains what CITES is, how it impacts herpetoculture, and what she has to do to ensure she complies with the regulations. We also discuss the ethics of importing WC reptiles. SHOW NOTES: https://www.animalsathomenetwork.com/80-ashley-dezan/

Amazing FBA Amazon and ECommerce Podcast, for Amazon Private Label Sellers, Shopify, Magento or Woocommerce business owners,
Selling on Amazon Japan – Freight and importing with John Cant of Rising Sun Commerce

Amazing FBA Amazon and ECommerce Podcast, for Amazon Private Label Sellers, Shopify, Magento or Woocommerce business owners,

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2021 24:51


Considering that Amazon Japan is the world's third-largest Amazon marketplace, it is massively overlooked by most Amazon sellers. This means of course that those who get past the barriers to entry face a lot less competition! And lower competition means easier sales and higher profits.  Having solved the issues of language in listings and ads, the next issue to solve is importing into Japan.  Again, with shipping times from China measured in days not weeks and within an effective VAT rate of only 10%, compared to the usual 20% coming into the UK or even higher in some European Union countries, there are many attractive aspects to exporting to Japan. But it does help to have a native guide or at least one who really understands the practical steps needed to import into Japan. Enter John Cant of Rising Sun Commerce.  John Cant has been using his Japanese cultural insights and connections to help Amazon sellers from the UK and North America to sell successfully in Japan for several years now.  You need an “importer of record” in Japan Various 3rd party service providers offer this Some freight forwarders offer this too If you don't have this, you'll end up stopped at customs   You'll Learn: Tax law in Japan Japanese VAT system The importance of not under-reporting Why you need to charge base on Sales price on Amazon Recommended products to sell and not to sell in Japan How to experiment in Japan

The Hog Pod with Bo Mattingly
99. Justin Smith: Importing Success

The Hog Pod with Bo Mattingly

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 40:19


A year ago, Justin Smith was finishing up his junior season at Indiana. Today, he is a standout on the court and team leader for the Arkansas Razorbacks. After graduating in three years with a degree from IU's prestigious Kelley School of Business, Smith was looking for the next spot to take his game to the next level. Coach Musselman immediately impressed Smith. Even though Arkansas wasn't even originally on his radar, they became the frontrunners quickly. What is it about Musselman's program that enticed a Big Ten native to take his talents to the SEC? Smith adds insight into the mind of a transfer, what goes into the process and just what gave Musselman the ultimate edge.

UK Wine Show
Daniel Lambert on importing wine in Brexit Britain Part 1

UK Wine Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2021


We talk to Daniel Lambert on importing wines into the UK post Brexit.

Export Nation
U.S. Commercial Service Client Export Spotlight: Hydronalix

Export Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 18:35


We sit down with Anthony Mulligan, CEO and president of Hydronalix as he shares details of his export journey and how the U.S. Commercial Service helped his company go global.

A Funny Feeling
Importing a Ghost - Listener Stories

A Funny Feeling

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 90:57


We have more nasty stories from listeners this week! A listener rented an old victorian house and then saw exactly what you'd expect in an old victorian house. Lisa either created or imported a ghost. Check out the Philip experiment. Another Lisa had an evil twin doppelgänger causing all kinds of problems. Adam had some really messing with his sleep. Shea's grandmother saved her and her dog from a very bad man. Lauren was haunted as a toddler by shadow people.Please send us your own true paranormal experiences in either a voice memo or e-mail to funnyfeelingpod@gmail.com.Affordable, private online counseling. Anytime, anywhere. BetterHelp will match you to one of 10,000 licensed therapists. Get feedback, advice and guidance from your counselor. As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting BetterHelp.com/afunnyfeeling. Join over 1 million people taking charge of their mental health.Advertise on A Funny Feeling via Gumball.fm

MacMost - Mac, iPhone and iPad How-To Videos
Importing and Exporting Contacts On a Mac (MacMost #2347)

MacMost - Mac, iPhone and iPad How-To Videos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2021


View in HD at . Exporting contacts from the Contacts app to a spreadsheet may seem impossible until you learn one simple trick. You can also export a spreadsheet to a CSV format and import contacts into the app.