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NHRA Virginia Nationals Top Fuel winner, Brittany Force joins NHRA announcers Alan Reinhart and Joe Castello. Brittany will give the details of her teams domination at Virginia Motorsports Park. Brittany talks about representing NHRA Camping World Drag Racing at the upcoming Indianapolis 500 and the time she did a ride along with NASCAR champion. Kurt Busch. Alan Reinhart will give his weekly breakdown of each Camping World Drag Racing Series category, and host Joe Castello will give some behind the scenes details from the weekend and open mail from WFO listeners. Interviews on WFO Radio have become part of winning for drivers in the NHRA Drag Racing Series. Host Joe Castello, has over 30 years in drag racing an it shows. As part of the National Hot Rod Association, Track Announcing team, Castello brings insights directly from the world of professional NHRA Camping World and Lucas Oil Series Drag Racing. NHRA results and news are featured in weekly livestreams, NHRA's Alan Reinhart and other NHRA stars including John Force, Ron Capps, Antron Brown, Steve Torrence, Greg Anderson, and Erica Enders all make frequent stops on the WFO Radio Podcast.. Website: WFORadio.com Audio Podcast: Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wfo-radio-podcast/id449870843?ls=1 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0oo5mn0E3VmfhRCTHyLQIS Google https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLmZlZWRidXJuZXIuY29tL1dmb1JhZGlv Free Mobile App: https://wforadio.com/m/ WFO Merch: https://wforadio.com/wfo-store/
The boy sounds off on the weekend in racing with the GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis as well as the events out in Kansas. There was a lot to discuss and a lot of randomness in the back half of the episode but what would we be without our unfiltered-ness. Be sure to listen all the way through as we give hot take after hot take this week. Later on the boys give their picks for Indy 500 qualifying as well as our picks for the Allstar weekend. Be sure to check out all things nascar @nascardosage and for all things motorsports @ontheovertake --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nascardosage/message
So what does the economy look like in the near future for us working class citizens who have to actually work and pay for things with our hard earned money? Have you ever heard the economy works in cycles? Well, it is true, there are good times and bad times; well, it is part of the economic cycle. If you pay attention and are prepared, in most cases you can weather a downturn, even a nasty one, in the economy. In some cases, you can even grow your wealth. The problem is most Americans do not pay attention, we definitely know our politicians don't and spend our tax dollars like drunken sailors. Does that mean we should all do the same? The second leg in The Three-Legged Stool of The Simple Life is Financial Freedom. The key to Financial Freedom is not following the herd to indentured servitude of lifelong debt. Today Rob Kendall and I discuss, the storm that is coming in the housing market and a future recession. We both firmly believe they are unavoidable, the debt is due and someone is going to have to pay for it! The key is to make the right financial moves, and ignore most of the advice the financial institutions and federal government are telling us, as they do not have your best interests at heart. Want LIVE videos, early access to my podcasts and 100% ad free recordings? Only $4.99/mo! Become A Member Join Now – INstant access! https://vimeo.com/707542561 Rob Kendall is the co-host of the Kendall and Casey Show heard 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST on 93.1 WIBC Radio, Indianapolis. Prior to joining WIBC, Rob served as an elected official for the Town of Brownsburg, where he proudly claims massive tax cuts and government reform as his greatest accomplishments. Topics Covered: Why Rob decided to buy a home now in an overly inflated housing marketWhy there are always deals to be had in real estate, even in a hot marketHow Americans get duped into overpaying for a homeHow and why most American lose big in their housesWhat is the key to properly financing a homeWhy the housing market is primed to burst, even though the financial and real estate industry is telling you differentWhy a world of economic hurt for Americans is unavoidableHow to survive and thrive in a terrible economyWhy the sugar rush of fiscal stimulus has to come to an endOur predictions on how high interest rates will have to goWhy the midterms are not the answer to our financial woes Why the American Dream is a steaming piece of you know whatHow to thrive and live the life you want, once you know how the game is played Episode Resources: The Kendall and Casey Show: https://www.wibc.com/show/kendall-and-casey/ * Support The Simple Life Podcast and enjoy it ad free by being a member and subscriber at: https://thesimplelifenow.com/register/the-simple-life-membership/ Show Sponsors which helps keep this show free! *Use special promo code WATPVT15 with link below for We The People Holsters and get 15% off your order! * Use special promo code AFFILTRX15 with the link below for TRX Training Systems and get 15% off your order! https://thesimplelifenow.com/wethepeople/https://thesimplelifenow.com/mitoredlight/https://thesimplelifenow.com/relaxsaunas/https://thesimplelifenow.com/mypatriotsupply/https://thesimplelifenow.com/trx-training/https://thesimplelifenow.com/acre-gold/https://thesimplelifenow.com/berkeyfilters/https://thesimplelifenow.com/wholelattelove/https://thesimplelifenow.com/kuiu/ * Or you can see all the show sponsors in one convenient place here: https://thesimplelifenow.com/sponsors/ * See what Gary is reading and his recommended reading list here: https://thesimplelifenow.com/reading/ Donate to The Simple Life cause: https://thesimplelifenow.com/product-category/consulting/#donateWhere to send your questions: email@example.com The Simple Life Rumble page: https://rumble.com/user/TheSimpleLifeThe Simple Life Website: https://www.
Welcome to The Endow Podcast! This podcast is a forum for women to foster conversations about the intellectual life and intentional community for the cultivation of the feminine genius.On this episode, Teresa Hodgins, Endow Host and author of the High School study series, reads Chapter 1 from Created for Holiness: High School Book 3.To download a sample chapter and view our youth studies page visit: https://www.endowgroups.org/study-guides-for-youth/She calls Indianapolis, IN home base for many adventures with her husband and three children. In her spare time, she serves as a host, writer, and grant manager for Endow. Teresa attended Thomas Aquinas College for her B.A. and the University of Notre Dame for a Masters of Theological Studies in Moral Theology. She has served as both a youth minister and High School teacher before joining Endow. She loves that Endow helps women to take on the rich intellectual tradition of the Church in a way that aids them to form authentic friendships. Support the Endow PodcastWhat's on your mind and heart? Let our host, Simone Rizkallah, know by connecting with her and The Endow Team on social media!Facebook at www.facebook.com/endowgroupsInstagram at www.instagram.com/endowgroupsWant to start your own Endow Group? Learn more by visiting our website at www.endowgroups.org or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to serving you!
Today we're taking a trip, as Rob Lowe and Alan Yang recap the sixth episode of Parks and Rec's third season! In "Indianapolis" Leslie and Ron journey to Indianapolis to receive a commendation from the state. On today's episode find out why S3E6 could have been the last episode for Chris Traeger, how the Ron Swanson meat meme evolved, how blocking for tv works, and the rare dramatic turn in this episode that raised the stakes! All of this and your host's favorite steakhouses! Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992 Leslie and Ron head up to Indianapolis to receive a commendation at the Indiana Statehouse for reestablishing the Pawnee Harvest Festival. On the way, it is clear that Ron has only agreed to come for the opportunity to eat at Charles Mulligan's Steak House. Ann, worried about the state of her and Chris' relationship, asks Leslie to look for signs of whether Chris is cheating on her while she's there. Leslie and Ron stop at Chris' apartment to pick him up for dinner, where Leslie discovers a woman's razor and a pink swimming cap in the bathroom. Upon hearing this, Ann decides to drive up to Indianapolis to confront Chris and his cheating ways. Back in Pawnee, Tom convinces the Parks Dept (including a reluctant Ben) to attend Dennis Feinstein's cologne launch party at the Snakehole Lounge. Tom hopes to pitch his new cologne “Tommy Fresh” to Dennis, but Dennis is disgusted by the scent and tells Tom the cologne industry is not for him. And back in Indianapolis—to Ron's horror, when he, Chris, and Leslie arrive at Charles Mulligan's Steakhouse they discover it has been shut down by the health department. Chris invites everyone back to his place to eat, but to Ron's further horror, Chris has prepared a vegetarian meal. Ann eventually shows up at Chris' apartment and accuses him of cheating. Chris explains he shaves his legs with the lady's razor for swimming and that the pink shower cap is from his participation in a breast cancer awareness triathlon. More importantly though, Chris tells Ann that they actually broke up over a week ago. Ann realizes that Chris was so positive in how he ended the relationship that she was totally oblivious to the breakup and is completely mortified. At the Snakehole Ben cheers up a down-trodden Tom and tells him not to give up on his dreams, admitting that he considers Tom his friend. Andy and April, now dating and both broke, hold a contest to see how much free stuff they can get at the party. They earn $218 by posing as staff and accepting tips, but end up feeling guilty and put the money in the bartender's jar at the end of the night. Seeing how distraught Ann is, Leslie decides to let Ron attend the commendation ceremony solo and instead cheers Ann up with embarrassing dating stories of her own as she drives Ann back to Pawnee. They and the rest of the Parks Dept end up at the Snakehole Lounge and Ben begins to realize that he is in fact making friends with the folks at the Parks Dept. As the night winds down, Ben avenges Tom by pouring "Tommy Fresh" all over the inside of Dennis' parked SUV and a starving Ron goes to a diner in Indianapolis and orders all of the eggs and bacon that they have.
Women have always known that building community with other women creates a powerful force for good. Leslie Bailey, the co-founder and CEO of Indy Maven, has transformed that knowledge into a lifestyle media company and community for women that epitomizes her spirit of collaboration, support, and inspiration. And now she is creating even more opportunities for the community by launching a new social and networking space that expresses what the Indy Maven team has created digitally. I love the wisdom and vulnerability that she brought to our discussion on these topics and others: Managing success and all the expectations that come with it Resisting the urge to give away too much of yourself Setting boundaries Understanding that self care is about more than bubble baths Asking for help when life happens I'm confident that you'll find useful takeaways in this episode. It's a valuable discussion for anyone who has ever felt overwhelmed, in need of support, or out of control despite their achievements. Did you enjoy the episode? If so, please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast. Your feedback helps increase the value of these discussions and it makes it easier for other listeners to find us. Grab a copy of the Treasured Journal HERE Ways to connect with me: Website: danielleireland.com Instagram: @danielleireland_LCSW Facebook: @danielleireland_LCSW Ways to connect with Leslie Bailey & IndyMaven: Indy Maven Website Indy Maven Instagram Indy Maven Facebook Leslie Bailey Instagram Leslie Bailey Facebook Leslie Bailey is the co-founder, CEO, and editor-in-chief of Indy Maven, a lifestyle media company and community for women, by women in Central Indiana. Indy Maven offers an engaging website with free editorial content, an award-winning weekly newsletter, a membership program, events, and more. Before launching Indy Maven, Leslie worked as a freelance writer and editor and held roles including managing editor of AAA Crossroads magazine, lifestyle editor at Indianapolis Monthly magazine and “The Adventuress” columnist for the Indianapolis Star. In 2021, Leslie was listed in the first class of the Forbes Next 1000. In the spring of 2022, she's launching Maven Space, a community and co-working space powered by Mavens. Leslie is a longstanding board member at Coburn Place and was a founding member of the Indianapolis Museum of Art's Fashion Arts Society. She lives on the northwest side of Indianapolis with her husband, 4-year-old and 1-year-old sons, a bonus 12-year-old son, two cats, and a slobbery Bullmastiff.
This week, Tony and Fingers review the 601 Blue Label Maduro and Basil Hayden Subtle Smoke Bourbon. Tony Katz and Fingers Malloy (http://eatdrinksmokeshow.com) host Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) recorded live at Blend Bar Cigar (http://blendbarcigar.com) in Indianapolis, IN. Other topics include: The Kentucky Bourbon Festival. Hail destroys acres of Fuente Fuente OpusX Wrapper Leaf. Man proposes to girlfriend at her father's funeral. Tom Brady cashes in. The baby formula shortage. China's most handsome man to sue online critics. All that and much more on episode 185 of Eat! Drink! Smoke! Follow Eat! Drink! Smoke! Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoEatDrinkSmoke | @GoEatDrinkSmoke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke | @eatdrinksmoke IG: https://www.instagram.com/eatdrinksmokepodcast | @EatDrinkSmokePodcast The Podcast is Free! Click Below! On Apple Podcasts (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke) On Amazon Music (https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/09697f78-947d-4008-92f6-18f6b241774a/Eat-Drink-Smoke) On Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/show/eat-drink-smoke) On Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/6Qf6qSmnpb5ctSMEtaB6lp)
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It's time to get you up to date on the latest news and headlines on the CORVETTE TODAY podcast and YouTube video!Join your CORVETTE TODAY host, Steve Garrett and Keith Cornett from CorvetteBlogger.com and they discuss what's happening with America's Sports Car. Here are a few of the topics discussed in this week's show…. 1. Hard Top Convertibles now account for 48% of Corvette orders 2. Here are the most popular Corvette colors of 2022 3. 70th anniversary models delayed because of wheel constraints 4. Export versions of the C8 Z06 with corner mounted exhaust will be exported 5. The 2023 Stingray/Z06 Owner's Manual available for download 6. The 2023 C8 Z06 is the official Pace Car for the Indianapolis 500 7. Corvette Racing's drivers take a C8 Stingray on the track at Spring Mountain 8. Corvette Hall Of Fame inductees announced 9. Corvette is the AutoCar 2022 Dream Car of the YearCORVETTE TODAY is the best way to stay current on what's happening with Corvette! Don't miss this episode…..
THEME: "Hits That Were Covers"PLAYLIST:00:00 | DJ | DICK LEE AND THE ICEMAN00:28 | WHAT I'D SAY | THE BRYMERS01:13 | SACRIFICE | BRYMERS03:04 | SUSPICIOUS MINDS | ELVIS 07:29 | MIDNIGHT SPECIAL | CCR12:05 | TWIST AND SHOUT | BEATLES15:44 | INDIAN RESERVATION | PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS19:47 | HANG ON SLOOPY | MCCOYS23:39 | DO YOU LOVE ME | DAVE CLARK FIVE27:17 | HANKY PANKY | TOMMY JAMES AND THE SHONDELLS32:13 | HOOKED ON A FEELING | BLUE SWEDE36:29 | BLACK MAGIC WOMAN | SANTANA41:09 | LITTLE LATIN LUPE LU | JIM DOVAL AND THE GAUCHOS43:57 | WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW | BEE GEES49:01 | JOY TO THE WORLD | THREE DOG NIGHT52:49 | TURN TURN TURN | BYRDS56:34 | HUSH | DEEP PURPLE59:01 | HOLD ON I'M COMING | BRYMERS"Dick Lee and 60's Garage Rock from California" is a weekly one hour show that features great California Garage Rock along with the hits of the day. The show can be heard on KOOL 100.7 FM-Saturdays-12:00 noon (PST-Hanford, CA), Amsterdam International Radio, WYML 99.9 FM (Chicago), M.A.D. FM - New Zealand, Replay Radio FM (U.K.), Way Out Radio FM (U.K.), Experience FM 103.9 ( Indianapolis), 60's Chart Busters (Cyprus), KCEG (N.D.), Supreme VIB-Z Radio (Jamaica), So Faking Radio (Arizona), KOGY 95 FM-Hawaiian Pacific Radio, The Rock 97.3 (Morro Bay, CA), Atlantic Radio FM (U.K.), Riot Radio (Maryville, IL), Black Hole FM (Milford, CT.), Community Radio-Long Island, (N.Y.), KEWL 98 FM (New Jersey), Akaroa World Radio-90.1 FM (New Zealand), FAB Radio Internation (Manchester, England), Classic Rock XL, (Ontario, Canada), Northern Pirate Radio (U.K.), HD Radio Network, (Dealfield, Wisconsin), KHJ FM 105.3 (Albany, Oregon), Canal Side Radio, (U.K.), Remember Then Radio (U.S.) WRTR(Tuscaloosa, Ala), Sixties City Garage Rock, (U.K.), 57 Chevy Radio (U.S.), NWCZ Radio (Seattle-Tacoma), WCNX 1710 AM (Middletown, CT), KRYZ 98.5 FM (Mariposa, CA), WCSQ 105.9 FM (Cobleskill, NY), Brill 1449 Radio (U.K.), WZPH Radio (Dade City, FL), SG1 Radio (U.K.), Radio Flawless (New York), KWRH (St. Louis, MO), KWCZ (Seattle, WA). KITZ (Gilchrist, OR), KNCP (LA Pine, OR.), KZSR (Paso Robles, CA.) KOWS Radio (Sonoma County/Santa Rosa, CA), Heat FM Radio (NY), Griffiti Radio (U.K.), Bay and Basin 92.7 FM-Australia, ZANJ Radio (Jamaica), Dusty Discs Radio (B.C., Canada), The Phoenix Radio Network (U.K.), KCIW 100.7 FM (Brookings, OR), Q95 Oldies (S.C.), KALH Radio (N.M.), KSHD-FM, (OR), Mystery Train Radio (U.K.), Drive-In-A Go-Go Radio (Ontario, Canada), E.K FM Radio (U.K.), Rebel Radio (U.K.), GR8 Chats Radio (U.K.), Thunder Radio Canada (Ontario, Canada), Total Mixx Radio (Virginia), Veterans Family Radio (U.K.), KSVB 91.4 FM (Big Bear, CA), Destiny Radio (U.K.) Fantasy Radio (U.K.), Curve Radio (U.K.), Beatz Radio (Bangladesh), Ambron Radio (U.K.), Curve Radio (U.K.), Fantasy Radio (U.K.), Ohio Broadcast Network (Columbus, OH), Solar FM (U.K.), Sho Off Radio (U.K.), Max Radio (N.Y.), On Air Hits (TX), Sea Wall Radio (Galvaston, TX), Now Hits Radio (U.K.), Cruize Radio (Australia), Urban Essex Radio (U.K.), Corvette Retro Radio (Athens, Ohio), "HU 1 Radio" (U.K.), "Bulls Eye Radio" (New York), Cofton Radio (U.K.), Radio For Fun (Australia), Sanctuary Radio (Denver, CO), Mad Wasp Radio (U.K.), Kings FM Radio (U.K.), OwlTail.com, Cherokee Nation Radio, AKA Radio, (California), Madness FM Radio (U.K.), Global Community Radio (New York), iHeart Radio, Fish Creek Radio (San Antonio, TX), Chris Max Radio (N.Y.), Hot Tunez Radio (U.K.), QSKY Radio (New York), I.E. Radio (U.S. and U.K.), BHP Radio (U.K.), The Mix 96 FM (La, Ala, Ga, and the U.K.), Ken Versa's Power Hit Radio (Colorado), Radio Hawk (Cornwall, Canada), KMBY 95.9 FM (Monterey, Santa Cruz, Carmel), CABMZK Radio (U.K.), 70's Greatest Hits Radio (U.S.), KFOK Radio (Georgetown, CA), KINT 98 FM (El Paso, TX), Scream Radio (UK), A.M.R. Radio (Atlanta, GA), Seabird Radio (U.K.), Thames Valley Community Radio (UK), Arvada Rocks Radio (Colorado), Shore Shore Radio Blackpool (U.K.), KFOK 95.1 FM (CA), Peak Wireless Radio (U.K.), Your Radio (U.K.), KYXZ 107.9 FM (Grover Beach, CA), "Classic Rock XL" (McElmon Media Group - London and Ontario), "Cool Vibes Radio (U.K.), 121 Radio (U.K.), P.V.R. Radio (U.K.), Blue Bunny Radio (U.K.), No Barriers Radio (U.K.), and Waveney Valley FM (U.K.).
Darren recaps last weekend's Nascar Cup Series Goodyear 400 at Darlington Raceway, discusses the last news and notes, and preview's this weekend's IndyCar GMR Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Road Course and Nascar Advent Health 400 at Kansas Speedway.
This week sees a return of IndyCar to Indy at IMS. It's a beautiful day for a motor car race! (Those of you that have been around a while will know that phrase.) But first, we start off with Steve Wilson, editor in chief of SpeedwayDigest.com and our official NASCAR contributor. He's going to be breaking down the racing at Kansas Speedway with the NASCAR boys. Tonight is a truck race and tomorrow, the big boys roll out onto the track. It's going to be a great weekend of racing! Tony Donahue from the TonyD podcast and BurnoutSports.com joins us to break down the IndyCar action at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This afternoon, we have the Indy Grand Prix. We'll be breaking down the action for you in preparation for the big race in a couple of weeks...The Indianapolis 500! Call in at 917-889-8516. You don't want to miss this one...it's about to get good!!
Tony's favourite Beatles record is their beloved double album, “The Beatles Story”. Jokes! It's the legendary, self-titled 2LP set better known as “The White Album”. T.J. loves it slightly less. Sir George Martin? He said on several occasions that he'd have preferred a more focused single album. Horses for courses, as they say. #MeatFreeMonday Inspired by the official UBP Fifth Beatle's controversial opinion (and a great suggestion from listener Mr. Sticker) Tony & T.J. each create their own 1LP “White Album”, changing the track listing, making odd edits, and utilizing the wealth of material surrounding this landmark record's sessions. Plus, they each pick a 45 featuring an A & B side culled from their cut lists. Do your favorite songs stay? Do any classics get a #HeGone? Summertime Tony and Dr. T.J. Fever discuss this and more, like:
Nick Ashooh & Chris Mack continue handicapping each team's schedules and looking at win totals, this time for the AFC South. Indianapolis o/u 10 Tennessee o/u 9.5 Jacksonville o/u 6.5 Houston o/u 4.5 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The full NFL schedule was released on Thursday, putting an end to the hype, leaks and misinformation preceding the announcement. For the Chiefs, the back end appears more manageable than the first half. According to Elias Sports, the Chiefs' slate in an NFL first. They're the first two meet teams that finished with winning records over the previous season in their first eight games. Sked tweet 0514 On today's show, beat writers Herbie Teope and Jesse Newell break down the schedule, which opens with a road game against the Arizona Cardinals on Sept. 11. After a break, you'll hear from two draft picks who participated in rookie mini-camp last week, cornerback Joshua Williams from Fayetteville State and safety Nazeeh Johnson of Marshall. Story links: Exciting as the NFL schedule release is, Chiefs' fate will be determined by own makeup Here's what stands out about the Chiefs' 2022 schedule Chiefs 2022 schedule Sept. 11 at Arizona 3:25 p.m., CBS Sept. 15 L.A. Chargers, 7:15 p.m., Prime video Sept. 25 at Indianapolis, noon, CBS Oct. 2 at Tampa Bay, 7:20 p.m., NBC Oct. 10 Las Vegas, 7:15 p.m., ESPN Oct. 16 Buffalo, 3:25 p.m., CBS Oct. 23 at San Francisco, 3:25 p.m., FOX Oct. 30 BYE Nov. 6 Tennessee, 7:20 p.m., NBC Nov. 13 Jacksonville, noon, CBS Nov. 20 at L.A. Chargers, 3:25 p.m. CBS Nov. 27 L.A. Rams, 3:25 p.m., FOX Dec. 4 at Cincinnati, 3:25 p.m., CBS Dec. 11 at Denver, 7:20 p.m., NBC Dec. 18 at Houston, noon, CBS Dec. 24 Seattle, noon, FOX Jan. 1 Denver, noon, CBS Jan 7 or 8 at Las Vegas, TBD Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Part two of MD Global Muscle is here! Indy Pro bound Dr Dorian Haywood, 4th place last year is looking to move up in his 4th Indy Pro. And JM Manion kindly gives us a full rundown of the exciting Pittsburgh Pro that had tongues wagging for quite a fair few reasons. MD Global Muscle, for TRUE bodybuilding fans. The 2022 IFBB Indy Pro Preview Show is here. Team MD is on the scene in Indianapolis, Indiana on Friday and Saturday bringing you coverage directly from the event. Follow along with us on the Muscular Development forums at www.musculardevelopment.com on May 14th starting at 9am EST Saturday morning and then join us for finals beginning at 4pm EST Don't forget to get your Official PPV from http://www.davebowersproductons.com for only $9.99! Bob Cicherillo & Isabelle Turrel host the event! MD's coverage of the 2022 Indy Pro is brought to you by Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals find out more at http://www.hitechpharma.com Team MD is back on the scene in NJ for the 2022 New York Pro on May 21st! Coverage is provided by @hitechpharma Two weeks of nonstop bodybuilding coverage.
Ben Stein and co-host Judah Friedman are joined by Carol Roth from Carol Roth the author of The War On Small Business and The Entrepreneur Equation and CarolRoth.com to discuss, why exactly is there a baby formula crisis? The continued hoax that is January 6th, the oxymoron that is the minister of truth. And both Ben and Carol give their expert advice on the economy, where it might be headed and what you should and can do about it.Author, Actor, economist, lawyer, professor of law and economics, columnist for the Wall Street Journal, Presidential speechwriter, multi Emmy Award winning game show host, investment advisor, and America's humble servant and co-host of The World According To Ben Stein, published writer for many well renowned publications, former nationally syndicated radio host and addiction specialist, Judah Friedman are quickly becoming the most popular and talked about Podcasters on the internet.Three times a week Ben and Judah sit down with Special Guests like:Gary CollinsHOST OF THE SIMPLE LIFE | CREATOR OF THESIMPLELIFENOW.COMWith an interesting and unique background that includes military intelligence, special agent for the US State Department Diplomatic Security Service, US Department of Health and Human Services, and US Food and Drug Administration, Gary's expert knowledge brings a much-needed perspective to today's areas of simple living, health, nutrition, entrepreneurship, self-help, and self-reliance. He holds an AS degree in exercise science, BS in criminal justice, and MS in forensic science.Gary was raised in the High Desert at the basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range in a rural part of California. Gary considers himself lucky to have grown up in a small town where he enjoyed fishing, hunting, and anything outdoors. He has been involved in organized sports, nutrition, and fitness for almost four decadeshttps://thesimplelifenow.com/https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-simple-life-with-gary-collins/id1479302777 Robert “Rob” KendallWORLD RENOWNED RADIO PERSONALITYRob Kendall is the co-host of the Kendall and Casey Show heard 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST on 93.1 WIBC Radio, Indianapolis. Prior to joining WIBC, Rob served as an elected official for the Town of Brownsburg, where he proudly claims massive tax cuts and government reform as his greatest accomplishments. Rob's already over inflated ego grew to epic proportions in 2016 when he interviewed President Donald Trump. In the interview, the president called Rob, "Terrific!" He also said being interviewed by Rob was, "A great dream” and that he wished every interview could be, "Just like this.”https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/kendall-and-casey-podcast/id1228315829https://www.wibc.com/show/kendall-and-casey/https://omny.fm/shows/kendall-and-casey/playlists/full-show-kendall-and-casey Ken LaCorteHOST OF BIG PODKen ran FoxNews.com for over a decade. Now he's tired of complaining about the liberal media and fighting back via Big Pod and Media Action Network.https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ken-lacorte-big-pod/id1608427479https://www.lacortenews.com/ http://mediaactionnetwork.com/Larry KlaymanAUTHOR OF IT TAKES A REVOLUTION, FOUNDER OF JUDICIAL WATCH AND FREEDOM WATCH USALarry is an American attorney, political activist and former U.S. Justice Department prosecutor.https://www.judicialwatch.org/https://www.freedomwatchusa.org/FWUSA.org Remso W. MartinezSOCIAL MEDIA PROFESSIONAL | AUTHOR & POD-CASTER | LU '17Remso W. Martinez is an independent journalist, new media producer, and an Amazon bestselling. Remso is best known for his podcasts, On The Run With Remso Martinez podcast and the Remso Martinez Experience (formerly the Remso Republic) which reach thousands of listeners each episode across many on-demand platforms and networks.https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-the-run-with-remso-w-martinez/id1513587449https://ontherun.fireside.fm https://secondprintcomics.com/And more…Ben and Judah are likeminded and free thinking spirts, their relationship spans two decades which is completely obvious from the depth and variety of their discussions.The World According To Ben Stein is one show you don't want to miss, so make sure you bookmark, like and subscribe to The World According To Ben Stein, available everywhere you want it.LIVE Episodes of The World According To Ben Stein air, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:00 PM PST/10:00 PM EST.
Adam listens to the release of a new song ‘Let me on the Jet' inspired by Mike Augusts' missed Indianapolis flight. The gang talks about the history of the Acme Theatre and Adam's old comedy troupe getting the worst review imaginable. Chris hosts ‘Trending Topics' to talk about the sound a black hole makes and Chet Hanks refusing to apologize for his Jamaican Patois accent. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: FastGrowingTrees.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Geico.com
We got battles fresh out of Indianapolis, a festival of water in GO, and statistics from The Pokémon Company!? We're here to cover it all this week trainers! Find us on Twitter @1334Dex or email us at The1334Dex@gmail.com Intro Music: Slumbering Weald Grimecraft Remix by Gamechops (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2OTvy7SdwA) Outro Music: Gym Leader Victory Remix by GlitchxCity (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuVklsW2pxA&list=PLTH3mQzshgEmDG0YkGnJjxfXIFphhhfrn&index=73)
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In this episode, the dogs talk about Connor's participation in the National Eucharistic Revival (1:15), Rob shares a recent decision to change his approach to campus ministry (14:04), and Mike closes with a Tolkien inspired discussion on living in freedom (20:50). Quotes: “The way the Eucharistic faith will be revitalized is not through us being really smart or eloquent, but by putting our own oxygen masks on first: praying Holy Hours in front of the Blessed Sacrament, devotion to the celebration of the Mass, Eucharistic reverence, and care of the poor.” (Connor, 9:55) "Humility is freedom.” (Connor, 12:58) “We committed to two things for next year: We're going to live the sabbath in a biblical way and everything that we do has to be done with excellence, that's it.” (Rob, 15:55) “I don't want to have attachments to my own agendas, but actually discover things as I go, which means I need to have the freedom to follow where life unfolds.” (Mike, 20:57) "Whose voice is that, because it's not God's.” (Rob, 24:30) Media Mentions: National Eucharistic RevivalMark 6The Simpsons (1989- present)Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature, and Theology (Eds. Trevor Hart and Ivan Khovacs) References: Scott Thompson (Carrot Top)USCCBPew Research Center (on Transubstantiation)Bishop Robert Joseph Lombardo (Archdiocese of Chicago)Bishop Andrew Cozzens (Diocese of Crookston)Fr. Jorge TorresXXVIII International Eucharistic CongressNational Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, Indiana on July 17- 21, 2024)Bishop Robert BarronFr. Mike SchmitzSr. Miriam James HeidlandSr. Bethany MadonnaMission of Our Lady of the AngelsArchbishop J. Peter Sartain1926 monstrance used in Eucharistic Procession at Mundelein V EncuentroHomer SimpsonJ.R.R. TolkienNazgûl (Ringwraiths) Shout- Outs: Sr. Alicia TorresFr. Paul Porter Bromides: "Let go and let God.""To Church one another as Church.""Let life unfold." Follow us on instagram @threedogsnorth Contact us at email@example.com
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Welcome to Roadcase!! We are ready to rock on this episode with Aaron Pinkus of Wasserman Media. Aaron is a Music Agent who books live shows for artists and handles some of the biggest names in the industry including current phenom, Jack Harlow. Aaron's road has been long and fruitful-- growing up in Indianapolis and starting out as a college student working for fellow Indiana faithful, John Mellencamp, who gave him initial direction in the live music business. Aaron followed his heart and landed in LA first with William Morris and then with Wasserman where he remains today. Aaron has a powerful instinct for talent and a staggering attention to the detail needed to handle the intricacies of booking live shows. These attributes, along with an acute business mind has made Aaron an uber-successful force in the live music ecosystem today. So catch a ride on the Roadcase bus for this epic episode with Aaron Pinkus of Wasserman Media. It's gonna be a great ride!For more information: https://linktr.ee/roadcasepod and https://www.roadcasepod.comContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgTheme music: "Eugene (Instrumental)" by Waltzer
Joy Beghtel and her husband Greg wanted more for their family so they bought a strawberry farm that they've transitioned to a larger asparagus operation. Enjoy the story and deep-dive into all things asparagus! Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (00:00): Joy Beghtel joins me today to discuss hand snapping an acre and a quarter of asparagus spears with her family on their farm, Fields of Joy, in Anderson, Indiana. Enjoy this conversation as we dive deep into all things farming with this perennial crop and their transition away from strawberries. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (00:22): Welcome to More Than A Mile, a local food podcast from Market Wagon, focused on connecting you to local food through farmer stories from across America. I'm Nick Carter, your host, a farmer and CEO and co-founder of Market Wagon. We are your online farmers market with a mission to enable food producers to thrive in their local and regional markets. Food is so much more than just nutrients and calories. It's actually the fabric that holds us together. And I look forward to crafting a generational quilt of farmer stories and experiences, the victories and challenges of individuals, families, and teams doing their part to help democratize food in America. Thanks for joining me for this episode of More Than A Mile, and thank you for buying local food. It's one critical step in making an investment in food for future generations. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (01:11): My guest today is Joy Beghtel from Anderson, Indiana. Not very far from Indy, just a few miles up the road from where we farm and where the Market Wagon headquarters is at. Joy, thanks for being with us today. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (01:22): Yeah. Thanks for having us, Nick. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (01:24): So you grow one edible crop--and one only that I know of, right? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (01:31): Yes. . Well, one only that we sell on Market Wagon. Yeah. We do grow other things, but primarily just for our farm stand the rest of the year. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (01:38): So you've got a farm stand where you grow some other produce for, but what do you sell on Market Wagon? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (01:43): We sell a lot of asparagus. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (01:46): How much, how many acres? Is it measured in acres or row feed? How much asparagus do you have over there. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (01:51): It is measured in acres. We actually grow that much. So I always laugh and say, isn't it every little girl's dream to grow up and own an asparagus farm. We right now have about an acre and a quarter of asparagus. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:06): Wow. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (02:07): Yeah, that's a lot. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:09): Okay. That's a lot of asparagus and this is--for our listeners who don't know--this is a permaculture, right? So it's perennial. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (02:18): Correct. It has a 15 to 25 year lifespan on it. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:22): Oh, wow. That long. Okay. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (02:23): Yeah. It just depends on the variety and I think kind of the weather and that sort of things, but we should get at least 15 years, we're hoping for somewhere around 20 on the plants that we put in. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:35): And so when did you start this farm? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (02:37): Yeah, so we actually bought the farm in 2013. When we purchased it, it was a U-Pick strawberry farm. We kind of just stumbled onto it--kind of a long story. I grew up on a, what would probably be considered a small hobby farm. Probably not far from where you grew up, Nick. I grew up in Northern Grant County, so... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (02:58): Yeah, I actually showed dairy calves in Grant County. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (03:02): Okay. I thought you said on one of your podcasts, that you were a Howard County boy and I was like... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (03:05): I'm a Howard County boy, but there was no other dairy farms in all of Howard County so I got special permission to drive to the next county over and show my Four-H dairy calves. Yep. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (03:15): Very fun. Very fun. Yeah. So I grew up in Northern Grant County. We had probably what would be considered a hobby farm. You know, we did like a third of an acre of garden and had goats and chickens and rabbits and all of that kind of stuff. And so I didn't think much about it. I really had just an idyllic childhood looking back on it. It was all of that good stuff that you get living out in the country. And then I grew up and went to college, got a couple degrees in social work and Greg and I got married and started living the good life... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (03:46): Two degrees. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (03:46): Two degrees in social work. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (03:47): Because if you're gonna get one degree in social work, you may as well get multiple. Right? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (03:51): I mean, you might as well. And then end up growing asparagus. Right? I mean, why not? Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (03:54): So it's a great application of that. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (03:56): Yeah, perfect. My parents were thrilled. No, my parents actually are thrilled. I should say that they love what we are doing and how we're living our lives. So yeah, so Greg and I were just really happy living in Fishers, had a couple of girls and adopted our son from Ethiopia. And then as you do, when you have kids, I think probably Nick, you realize you get that itch to give your kids what you had growing up. And... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (04:19): That is exactly why we started our farm. I mean like, verbatim. I can't, I know that you can grow up to be a functioning adult without growing up as a farm kid, but I don't know how to make it happen because it hasn't happened to me. So... Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (04:34): I don't know either. And I kind of, I told Greg I was getting panicked because I thought they don't, they don't have animals. Like cats and dogs to me aren't animals. I'm like goats, chickens. We have alpacas. We have, you know, I was just getting real nervous that the kids were not having the experience that I had growing up. So we started looking for a small farm and spent a couple years with a realtor, trying to nail something down when somebody at church casually mentioned like, 'Hey, I picked strawberries up at this strawberry farm in Anderson. And the guy said, he's putting his farm up for sale.' So I literally that day got in my van, loaded my kids up and drove up here. And I remember calling Greg from the field and just saying, I think I have found our spot. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (05:19): Pack your bags, hubby, we're moving. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (05:21): Yeah. We threw our house on the market. It was sold in two weeks. We closed on this place and we told ourselves, I remember my dad saying, 'you know, strawberries are not an easy crop to grow.' We grew them as kids. Right. You know, everybody grows a patch of strawberries, but this was... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (05:36): So you promptly ripped them out of the ground and went to asparagus. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (05:40): No, I let myself suffer for three solid years. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (05:43): Three solid years. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (05:44): Oh yeah. Well we promised ourselves, you know, it was a business that we were purchasing. Not only was it a house that was as large as our house in Fishers, but we got five acres with it and it had a functioning business. So we didn't wanna just toss that out. You know, we're like I remember saying, we'll give this three years and see what happens. And I think what we didn't realize is when you grow large scale, I mean, three acres of strawberries is large scale. When you do that in central Indiana, where there's a lot of water, a lot of late frost, it's a real risky product and it's extremely weather sensitive. And it requires a fairly significant amount of chemicals that we didn't realize we were getting into. And so after three seasons where every season we had a four and a half to five inch rain--in a day--during that season. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (06:37): I remember literally the third year walking into the house and saying to Greg, 'I don't care what you do, but I'm not growing strawberries anymore.' Like I'm done with this crop. And we had a real serious conversation after that season and really had to pivot and say what works for our family? What is not going to cause us a lot of stress and anxiety weather-wise what will still produce a good income and not consume our whole summer. And I remember laying in bed talking about this one night and Greg said, 'I think we go for asparagus.' Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (07:17): How did he--had he ever grown asparagus before? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (07:19): So the farm when we bought it, in addition to the three acres of strawberries, had just kind of a lot of little stuff. Like there was about 300 feet of established asparagus. There was 40 fruit trees. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (07:30): So you were also growing asparagus in addition to the nightmare of the strawberries. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (07:35): Right. 300 feet. It wasn't a huge amount. I mean, I grew up with this asparagus patch as a kid. I remember it was the worst place to get chiggers in the whole world. You know, it, it was what it was. And so he said, 'I really think it's a perennial crop. It requires no chemicals. And asparagus is such a smart crop--when it is cold, it stays underground. When it is hot and sunny, it comes up. So you kind of--you're at the mercy of the crop and the weather, but it does not ruin your crop in the way that strawberries are so weather sensitive. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (08:15): And are there natural predators to the--the strawberry issue is that the bugs that live in Indiana really love our strawberries. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (08:24): Yeah. That and the fungus. Yeah. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (08:25): Uhhuh. Yeah. What, what do you have, what do you have that threatens the asparagus? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (08:30): There's an asparagus beetle that sometimes we fight. But to be honest, we really haven't had a lot of issues. I've kind of attributed that to we don't have a ton of bug pressure on our farm. And I think part of that is we're in the middle of conventional fields. So whether I want to be organic or not. I don't have that luxury because I butt up to conventional farm fields. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (08:53): So they're using chemicals that are actually--you're not spraying them on your field, but they're keeping the beetles away. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (08:59): Right, right, right. And we're on the Indiana Drift Watch Program and we have a good relationship with the farmers close to us. We had a struggle with the farmer that was right next to us, but he sold that field and the other farmers are very conscientious. They've come, they've looked at what we're growing. They call us before they spray. So we've had a good experience. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (09:21): Good. Now I have a similar experience. We grow a lot of sweet corn but we are nowhere near conventional ag. We're in the middle of Indianapolis. So there's not a cornfield for miles and miles around. So there's this moth that lays a larvae. If you've ever peeled sweet corn and you've got that one worm in there, it's actually a larva of a moth. And we thought that that was gonna be a big challenge. I've never seen a single one of them on our farm in four years because there's no other habitat for that moth anywhere around. Well the beetles that you're dealing with, can you deal with those with D.E.? Can we say that word? How do we say that word? Diet-tenacious... Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (10:04): Diatomaceous earth. Yeah. We used it a lot for our chickens and all kinds of stuff. You know what though? The issue that we've really run into, which has been great is the asparagus beetle does not tend to cause a problem when we're harvesting. They tend to come out after we've already let it fern out. So at the end, when we're done picking. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (10:24): They're damaging next year's crop. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (10:26): They're damaging next year's crop. But to be honest, there is so much asparagus out there that they're not really doing too much damage. So... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (10:36): It's a welcomed population control. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (10:38): Yeah. We've just been really grateful. We've not had to spray for anything. We fertilize once a year and that is it on the field. That's the only treatment that we do. Yeah. Other than, you know, mowing it off at the end of the season and a little top tilling at the beginning of the season. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (10:53): So I was going to ask you because--and you brought it up. I know you mentioned that you are chemical free, so you don't use any chemicals. So what kind of--but you've said fertilizers--so what kind of feeding does asparagus need? Is it a heavy nitrogen feeder? Like tomatoes? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (11:07): It's a real heavy nitrogen feeder. Yeah. it's not straight urea but it's like a 35 or 30 dash zero dash five something. So it's a real heavy nitrogen. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (11:17): Heavy nitrogen. Got it. Do you have chickens? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (11:20): We have chickens. Yep. We have chickens. We don't have enough chickens that we could fertilize this whole field. We have alpacas and we use every ounce of their fertilizer. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (11:29): Is alpaca manure high in nitrogen too? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (11:31): It's fabulous. It's not high in nitrogen. It's actually kind of like similar to a rabbit manure. So you can put it straight on. No aging. I put it on all my flower beds, rhubarb, all that kind of stuff. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (11:42): We have goats--goats and horses and we put their manure straight on in the fall after everything's out. And then just under and let it know it's aging out in the field. But we have we have 400 laying hens. And so we get a decent amount of nitrogen. I gotta tell you. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (12:02): Maybe you should bring your nitrogen up here for my field. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (12:05): Oh, I'm using--I'm hoarding it. Sorry. No sharing of the nitrogen. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (12:09): We're that way with our goat and alpaca poop. We sometimes get requests for alpaca fertilizer and I'm like, 'Nope.' I use it on everything. Yes. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (12:18): So it's a heavy nitrogen feeder. What is, I should know this, but I don't. What technically is asparagus? Is it a broad leaf? Is it a grass? What is it? You want me to edit this one out so that we both sound smarter? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (12:33): No, edit this one out. No. So asparagus is a crown. I don't know if you've ever seen what it looks like to plant it. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (12:38): Oh, of course. Yeah. Yeah. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (12:39): For sure. So when we decided to put in--in 2016 we put in 5,000 crowns. The next year we put in 5,000 additional crowns. So in addition to the 300 feet plus a little more, we had added to, we added 10,000 crowns of asparagus. And we're really lucky. I don't know if most folks would know that Michigan is a really good supplier of asparagus. That's where a lot of our asparagus comes from. When you get more kind of local asparagus. So there are a couple of different asparagus farms that sell crowns. So we were able to drive up to Southwest Michigan and right in front of us, they dug up the crowns. We brought 'em home, put 'em in fresh. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (13:21): Oh, so you got to go get them. You dug them up yourself. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (13:24): Yeah. They dug them right there for us, packaged them up and we brought them right home and got them directly in the ground. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (13:29): So we've never gone into asparagus. I, and before buying our farm, we did we attempted a failed attempt at a small asparagus patch. The crowns just never took. And I may, maybe I didn't fertilize him. Right. Interesting. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (13:42): Yeah. You've got a trench really far down. It's about 14 inches that you trench way down into the ground. And then it's a pretty laborious process to plant 5,000 grounds. I'm pretty sure we should have hired that out. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (13:54): But you only have to do it once every 20 years. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (13:56): That's right. Right. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (13:57): Once every 20 years, Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (13:59): Trust me, I will not be doing it in another 20 years. Somebody else will be doing the labor on that. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (14:04): You will not be doing it in 20 more years. So you you've decided that you've got a cap to how long you want to be an asparagus farmer. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (14:13): Well, I think yeah, In 20 years Greg and I will be pushing retirement age for sure. I think that's, what's so great about this farm--us buying it--was, although I would love to have inherited, you know, an old family property that I could have kept the legacy going. The really great thing about this property is we've been able to make it what we want to and transition it to what works well for our family. So I think in another 15 years you know, our kids will all be grown--if one of them wants to come back and put in the next round of asparagus or grow flowers. Great. If they don't and they wanna put in something else or, you know, if they wanna go and do something else, that's great too. I don't want to put any requirements on what they choose. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (14:57): Until they get that anxiety that, oh my gosh, I'm not raising my kids with animals. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (15:02): Well, you know, teenagers, I've got three teenagers right now. And of course they're all like, oh, we're moving to the city. We're gonna eat processed food all day long. You know, they're at that stage of life. And I think, yeah, maybe, and that'll be fine. And if not, we'd love to have them back and love to see them raising our grandkids out here. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (15:19): Yeah. Well Anderson's not that far. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (15:23): No, no. Anderson's a great community. You know, we've really had a good experience here. A lot of people kinda looked at us strange when we left Hamilton County and said really Madison County, but it has been a really great fit for our family. The community's been really welcoming and we love it up here. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (15:39): Talk to me a little bit more about the family. So your family's involved in the farm. Are your kids--they are out there cutting asparagus and bundling it and bringing it to Market Wagon? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (15:50): Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Our kids don't have much of an option. It's all hands on deck during asparagus season. They know that kind of late April to the beginning of June that's just what our family does. We kind of sign off from friends and family, say we'll see you in about four weeks. And we hit it hard as a family, so the kids harvest and then two of my kids harvest with Greg and then my middle daughter and I kind of trim it up and bundle it, weigh it all out and get it ready in the kitchen. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (16:19): Wow. That's so great. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (16:19): Yeah. And it'll be interesting. We don't know how much the crop will yield every year. That's the other thing that's unique about asparagus because it comes up from the ground, kind of like little fingers cropping out of the ground. We know what an acre of asparagus should produce when it is fully mature, but we're just now hitting that full maturity with our crop because it takes about three years for an asparagus patch to really produce fully. So, you know, last year we picked, well over 2000 pounds, we think this year we'll pick over 3000 and then we should level off somewhere in the next couple of years, somewhere between four and 6,000 pounds off of that acre. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (17:01): Wow. Wow. Where, where all does it go? Do you sell that much on Market Wagon or do you sell most of it at your own farm stand? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (17:11): Yeah, we've got several different outlets. So of course the farm stand is always the first place that it's out because we can put it out here in our front yard, on our big cart and, and it is a little temperamental when it's cold and, and cloudy, the crop doesn't come up. We have to wait for a hot sunny day to get it going. Once that gets rolling and we're a little later in the season, we'll be at the Pendleton Farmers Market. We have a couple of different little grocery stores that we sell to. And then we're excited to hopefully do both Tuesday and Thursday on Market Wagon this year. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (17:44): Yeah, yeah. You should. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (17:46): We're thrilled. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (17:47): Yeah. That's great. So, all right. We've kind of talked about it. We can, people can find you at Pendleton Farmers Market, on Market Wagon.com. You have a farm stand, right? So people can drive out to your place. How else can customers learn about you online or otherwise? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (18:05): Yeah, so we have our Facebook page and our Instagram, Fields of Joy produce. And then we should have asparagus this year at R&R Market in Pendleton and downtown Anderson at Collective Roots and then Wildwood Market downtown Indy. We sold with them for a long time. So we're excited to be in all those locations. Yeah. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (18:26): Awesome. Now I don't know, Ross may cut this off, but I just wanna have fun learning a little bit more about asparagus and what you could do. So, and maybe this, will be the fun addendum to the end of the podcast. You said top tilling. So you have to go out and, and break the surface for the asparagus Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (18:42): To come through. Yeah. Just helps to, to allow the asparagus to come up through the ground a little bit easier. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (18:47): Do you use a disc or a rototiller for that? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (18:49): A rototiller. Yep. We just go slightly over the top of all of those rows. Our struggle sometimes is weed control and weed pressure. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (18:56): That's my next question, right? Yeah. You can't because this stuff, it spreads underground. Right. So you cannot use a weed block of any kind. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (19:03): Correct. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (19:04): So what's the weed pressure like, does it eventually win? Like does it... Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (19:09): Well, we hope not. We're hoping it doesn't eventually win. The good thing is that by the time we are done harvesting, that's really when you have your heavy weed pressure coming on. Right. So that kind of late May, we've already really harvested by the time heavy weed pressure comes on. And at that point, you let your whole field go to fern, that fern shades out those weeds, and they really don't get established. So other than thistle, we, you know, if we find thistle we go out and try to deal with that. Horse weeds, we had a horrible problem with horse weeds when we first--what we call horse weeds. Digging those things out, you know, making sure you're staying on top of seeds, all of that. But people ask us that all the time, do you weed your asparagus? I'm like, oh, there's no way I could weed this patch. And it's really okay. It doesn't bother me that there's weeds out there. Because we can pick around all of that. And then that fernage just kind of shades it out. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (20:09): Yeah. So that's what I meant when I said, does it win? I meant does the asparagus eventually win? Cause I know that happens like corn. It will it'll canopy eventually. So you just need to keep ahead of the weeds until the canopy. But I hadn't thought about the fact that yeah, the weed pressure, you know, I always feel like I'm a big victorious vegetable farmer until like the first week of June. And that's when I'm like, oh man, , it's like a tortoise and hare race. And I'm the hare in the first month and a half of produce season and then the tortoise always catches up. All of those weeds become overwhelming. So what does harvest look like? How do you, how do you have to is it's not by hand, is it you're not cutting every spear? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (20:51): Every snap. We are, we are actually hand snapping every spear. So we've found it's just the best way, you know, there's certainly methods. People can use a tractor and you can lay on your belly and kind of pick it that way. We just, I know-- Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (21:06): I just picture myself telling my daughter, no, it's gonna be fine. You just lay under the tractor like this. Yeah. Daddy won't I won't roll over your legs. It's gonna be fine. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (21:13): No, it's totally fine. If you look on YouTube, I'm sure you could find a whole bunch of creative inventive ways. At this point we are still hand harvesting it. You know, when we get to that four, 5,000 pounds, we may decide to, to invest in something different. But for us right now with our kids, we've hired a young boy to come and help us harvest. It is what it is. And that's what we say makes our asparagus different. It's not machine harvested where, you know, they set a height on the asparagus and it all gets knocked. At the same point, we are running our hand from the bottom of that spear up. We're finding that tender spot. We're popping it off there. And then it, it gets brought in. We sort all of our asparagus into four different sizes so that your full pound of hand snapped asparagus--not only can you eat the entire stalk because the entire stalk is tender , but it's all sized appropriately so that you can cook it in the same way and have a good success. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (22:13): Because that is something that happens with store bought asparagus--you can't eat the bottom of it. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (22:19): No, it's usually... Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (22:20): Do they? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (22:20): We basically tell people it's not the same product. If you buy something in the store. It might all be sized similarly, similarly, similarly, but lemme get that word out. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (22:30): Diatamatious earth... Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (22:33): Diatamatious. Let's just call that DE. You're definitely going to cut the bottom third off to get to your tender spot where we've already hit that tender spot for you. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (22:43): And is it a true cut and come back? Like you're gonna get another spear out of that same plant or it's just different spears are coming up. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (22:50): Different spears. Yeah. So if you think about that asparagus, crown, that little crown that you plant with one little spear coming up, it will build every year. So off of that crown, you will have buds all of those buds then produce spears coming up off of the ground. And that's really where you get your different sizes. I think people sometimes think that the real thick ones are real Woody and you can't eat those. Those are just as tender. It's just an older bud off of that crown. So every year we should get more and more of the thin spears because new buds produce thin spears, but as they age, they get bigger. So yeah, so always we have lots and lots of different sizes coming up out of the ground. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (23:39): One of the others--we talked about strawberries being a headache. One of the other headaches about strawberries is if you intend to grow anything else, you also have to be murdering strawberry plants every year because they want to, they want to invade and take over. Does asparagus do the same thing? Is it difficult to keep in place? Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (23:55): No, we've actually we designed all of our field so that the asparagus has plenty of room to spread. That's what we wanted to do. So our older patches are you know, a foot and a half wide. Well, they're probably more like three feet wide at this point. And then when you plant your new patch, when we planted all of those 10,000 crowns, they were of course in a one little single row. And every year when you go out that wide, that road just keeps getting wider and wider. So we've left plenty of room between all of those rows, not only to mow, to keep a good walking path down, but to allow that one little crown to just take off over the next 20 years and start widening out and develop lots of different buds coming off of it. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (24:42): Very fascinating. Thank you for the asparagus farming tutorial that most of our listeners would've turned off about five minutes ago, but this was great. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (24:51): I'm not sure I should be proud of myself that I know quite so much about asparagus . Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (24:56): You know, if it takes two social [work] degrees in order to know this much about asparagus, I guess... Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (25:00): That's right. That's right. Well, I can do other things too. I can do other things too. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (25:06): Oh. Joy, this has been great. I really appreciate you sharing your story and letting people know a little bit more about where their food comes from and how difficult and challenging it is to raise good, both strawberries and asparagus, and everything else because it just engenders, a greater appreciation for what you do and where our food comes from. So thanks for joining me. Joy Beghtel (Fields of Joy) (25:27): Hey, thanks for having me, Nick. Nick Carter - Host (Market Wagon) (25:34): Thanks for listening to this episode of More Than A Mile. Be sure to sign up for Market Wagon at MarketWagon.com or after downloading the Market Wagon app for iOS or Android. Follow us @MarketWagon on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook for stories, recipes, special announcements, news, and just digital handshakes from our friendly farming community. 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In this first of a series of episodes recorded at the WCA Global Gathering in Indianapolis, Bob Kaylor sits down with Forbes Matonga from Zimbabwe, Jonathan Razon from the Philippines, and Kimba Evariste from the Congo to discuss what's happening with the United Methodist Church, the General Conference, and the launch of the Global Methodist Church. Follow Holy Conversations on Twitter @WCAPod and email us your questions and comments at email@example.com.
Gina is welcomed back to the show after her week of recovering from breast reduction surgery. Adam and Chris tell the story of their flight from hell coming back from Indianapolis and how Mike August was left behind. Musician and producer Dave Stewart joins the show to talk about his new album, ‘Ebony McQueen', working with the victim/father of the infamous Menendez Brothers, and about his time living in poverty with Annie Lennox. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: GoDRPower.com Freshly.com/ACS JBWeld.com
Nate Feltman is co-owner of the IBJ Corporation, publisher of the Indianapolis Business Journal, the Indiana Lawyer and the Court & Commercial Record. Nate also is the CEO of NJF Consulting, LLC, which provides acquisition and business consulting services. From 2010 - 2017, Nate was President, CEO and co-owner of Home Health Depot, Inc. (HHD) and its subsidiary, Genesis Healthcare Services, LLC, providers of complex rehabilitation mobility equipment, hospice, respiratory and home medical equipment. During his tenure, HHD grew from one location in Indianapolis, to 20 locations in 6 states, and from 30 employees to 240 employees, while quadrupling revenue. Nate was also a partner with the law firms Faegre Baker & Daniels and Ice Miller, in Indianapolis, and Altheimer & Gray in Chicago, where his practice focused on representing public and private companies with their merger and acquisition activities, as well as advising local governments on public-private partnerships and economic development strategies. Before his U.S. legal experience, Nate spent nearly four years in Moscow, Russia (1994-1998) with the international law firms Baker & McKenzie and Steptoe & Johnson, where he represented companies seeking to do business in Russia. Appointed by Governor Mitch Daniels, Nate served as Secretary of Commerce for the State of Indiana and CEO of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation from 2006-2008. In this fun and insightful episode, Nate talks about his childhood fascination with the Cold War, a life-changing study abroad trip to the Soviet Union, the impact of losing his best friend, his affection for Mitch Daniels, his love for the band Crash Test Dummies, the importance of using the “Ben Franklin” method for weighing pros and cons, urging young people to find their passions, engaging with your community and colleagues, and two risky moments that led to huge opportunities in his life. Connect with Nate on LinkedIn Learn about the IBJ
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin discuss the news that Sarah Fisher will drive the pace car for the Indianapolis 500 in a 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06. They talk about the history of celebrity pace car drivers as well as race car drivers pacing the field. Kevin and Curt take listener questions, including one about recent news that Carvana is undergoing employee layoffs, and what potential impact that could have on Jimmie Johnson's sponsorship. Indy Lights championship leader Linus Lundqvist joins the show to talk about his season so far, including his thrilling win in the wet conditions at Barber Motorsports Park. We also hear about his upbringing, what he expects this weekend on the IMS road course, and his hopes to join the IndyCar paddock. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway is the impressive F1 TV ratings from the Miami GP. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We in here chatting up about that Racketeering charges Young Thug and the Thuggets are facing.The love struck tale of the Alabama jail guard and the murderer that left the guard murdered...or suicided,We also talk about Derek Chauvins sentence...was it just? Catch this and more on the best podcast that you never heard of, the Conceited Knowbody!
When a Motorsports icon walks into the room, that room changes. Dale Earnhardt Jr. and co-host Mike Davis welcome four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Rick Mears to the table for a fascinating discussion about his storied racing career. From the streets of Bakersfield came a young man, with a motorcycle and a thirst for competition. The sensible influence of a mother, added two more wheels underneath Rick Mears. Little did she know that it would lead to being one of the fastest racers on the planet. First, young Rick honed his skills on the dirt of Ascot Park, jumping and sliding around in Sprint Buggies. The world of off-road racing took young him to the desert, where races like the Mint 400 and the Baja 1000 introduced Mears to some of the giants of Motorsport. As his reputation grew, so did opportunity. Bill Simpson plucked Mears from the dirt into open-wheeled racecars. Two years later, this quiet Californian was attempting to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. His first 500 attempt came with failure. The experience of not making the 33-car field came with learning opportunities and a random meeting that would change the course of Mears' life. Enter Roger Penske. The famed racing team owner tabbed the virtually unknown racer to pilot one of his open-wheeled beasts. The duo blossomed into what became one of the most successful driver-car owner combinations in the sports' history. Mears' style was calm and calculated. Rick admits that his demeaner led to an embarrassing and potentially dangerous moment in the opening laps of his first Indy 500. It was so bad, that he didn't even want to cue the radio to tell Roger Penske. It's a story you have to hear to believe. Rick says that "being strapped to a bomb," inside of an Indycar, will teach a racecar driver to go to the limit of speed and not go over. How did a young Mears deal with the ever-present factory of fear and develop the uncanny ability to walk a car to the edge of disaster so successfully? While his early career was pretty clean, disaster did strike Mears eventually. He admits to Dale Jr. and Mike that the horrific crash at San Air in Canada that left his feet shattered, was caused by driver error. Mears survived the crash but endured through most of his career feeling the pain caused by the incident. Mears became a four-time Indy 500 Champion, a feat only accomplished by three other drivers in the 104th running of the world's most famous race. But during some of those wins, Mears viewed Indy as just another race. It wasn't until later in his racing life, that he learned to appreciate what Indianapolis truly meant. Out of a curiosity created by filming the tv show "Lost Speedways" Mike Davis inquires about Rick Mears' take on the USAC / CART split in 1979. This question leads to Mears revealing that he had once tested a Formula-1 car and even had a signed contract with Bernie Ecclestone. Why did Mears stay the course in American open-wheel racing rather than a move overseas to the world of F1? Mears opens up about his disastrous 1992 Indy crash and the change in his mindset that led to hanging up the helmet. While many wanted him to go for an unprecedented 5th Indy 500 win, Mears knew it was his time to walk away. OPEN SEGMENT Before Mears entered the Bojangles Studio, the DJD gang took a fresh new swing at the "Open Segment" of the show to talk about: Kyle Busch leaving his racecar on pit road and walking away to the garage at Darlington. Joey Logano's controversial last lap contact with William Byron for the win. Is Joey doing it right? How should Byron handle it moving forward? Dale Jr. and Rutledge Wood's role in the Kentucky Derby broadcast and the awkwardness of interviewing Jack Harlow and Drake. What should the "Open Segment" of the show be called anyway? ASKJR presented by Xfinity Hannah Newhouse serves up fan questions about: Miami's F1 Weekend Strange Things Dale has autographed. North Wilkesboro Speedway News Dale's Rich Strike moment and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to the 96th episode of the Meta Pod #podcast, the #PokemonTCG podcast that revolves around the evolving meta! AtrociousGameplay & FlowTKast sit down to discuss the recent #PlayPokemon Championships, including Indianapolis & Joinville Regionals alongside the Bilbao SPE! -- Checkout Maxlow & his content! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FlowTKast Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaxFlowTKast FlowTKast podcast: https://anchor.fm/flowtkast -- Reach out to us with any thoughts or topic suggestions via Twitter: https://twitter.com/metapodtcg Check out the Meta Pod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWcPqrzElSZKqYOIkMgOZuw Here are a few of the other places where we make content: Sean's YouTube: https://youtube.com/gyrosean Jake's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiRient-vmVuy42V-kdeZnA Sean's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/gyrosean Jake's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/atrociousgameplay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/metapodtcg/support
Welcome to The Endow Podcast! This podcast is a forum for women to foster conversations about the intellectual life and intentional community for the cultivation of the feminine genius.On this episode, Teresa Hodgins, Endow Host and author of the High School study series, reads Chapter 1 from Created for Community: High School Book 2.To download a sample chapter and view our youth studies page visit: https://www.endowgroups.org/study-guides-for-youth/She calls Indianapolis, IN home base for many adventures with her husband and three children. In her spare time, she serves as a host, writer, and grant manager for Endow. Teresa attended Thomas Aquinas College for her B.A. and the University of Notre Dame for a Masters of Theological Studies in Moral Theology. She has served as both a youth minister and High School teacher before joining Endow. She loves that Endow helps women to take on the rich intellectual tradition of the Church in a way that aids them to form authentic friendships. Support the Endow PodcastWhat's on your mind and heart? Let our host, Simone Rizkallah, know by connecting with her and The Endow Team on social media!Facebook at www.facebook.com/endowgroupsInstagram at www.instagram.com/endowgroupsWant to start your own Endow Group? Learn more by visiting our website at www.endowgroups.org or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to serving you!
Adam returns for his second night at The Helium Comedy Club in Indianapolis. He shares a recent update made to his travel plans home and talks to the crowd about the mini-marathon that took place right outside his hotel. Bald Bryan joins remotely and the guys play a round of Blah Blah Blog. Next, Chris Laxamana reports the news about The Kentucky Derby, an MLB umpire apologizing, and a local Dollar Tree manager being upset with Generation Z. Adam then takes audience submissions for a round of Adam Carolla is Unprepared.
Get your stories straight, because it's another great day in Pawnee. Today Rob Lowe and Alan Yang tackle the fifth episode of season three of Parks and Rec. In "Media Blitz" Leslie hits the Pawnee media circuit to promote the Harvest Festival, but Ben freaks out on air when his past is exposed. In today's episode you'll hear the writing team's favorite line ever delivered on the show, why some characters had goofier names than others, and why UCB performers did so well on the show. Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992 Leslie, Tom and Ben promote the upcoming Harvest Festival on several Pawnee media outlets, starting with the local morning radio show "Crazy Ira and The Douche" (Matt Besser and Nick Kroll). The duo begin asking Ben questions about his time as a teen mayor in Partridge, Minnesota, having discovered he bankrupted the town. Ben responds awkwardly, and is unable to defend himself against Crazy Ira and The Douche's taunts. Tom proposes dumping Ben from future media interviews, but Leslie insists they cannot because he is the only one who can handle complicated questions about the budget. Meanwhile, April accepts an offer from Chris to move to Indianapolis to be his secretary. Andy begs April to reconsider, offering to perform all the tasks she hates doing for a month. Ron volunteers to help, claiming that he does not want to lose April as an assistant while denying he cares about April and Andy's relationship. Ann is increasingly frustrated that Chris has not asked her about coming to Indianapolis with him, and is concerned about where their relationship is headed.Ben's past comes up again during Leslie's interview with newspaper reporter Shauna Malwae-Tweep, who asks why Pawnee should accept financial guidance from someone with a poor budget managing record like Ben. Tom and Ben go on the television show "Ya' Heard? with Perd" in hopes of redeeming Ben's image, but this interview is even worse. Ben launches into a furious, incoherent rant when his past is brought up. As a result, several businesses consider pulling their sponsorships from the Harvest Festival. Trying one last ditch effort, Leslie decides to use her upcoming interview on "Pawnee Today" with Joan Callamezzo to perform damage control. During the interview, Joan asks biased questions about the festival and Ben's past. Annoyed, Leslie brings Ben on stage to give him a final opportunity to explain himself. Ben again begins to freeze up at the questions from people calling in, but finally pulls it together and vigorously defends himself. By the end, the questions switch back from Ben to the festival itself, making the media blitz a successful one after all.Meanwhile, Chris tells Ann that after Indianapolis, he will be sent to a different city. The two agree they need to talk about the future of their relationship. Andy's difficult day of running errands for April culminates with him getting arrested after April's sister Natalie claims he is kidnapping her when he is merely picking her up from school. Ron approaches April and tells her that she should either forgive Andy or cut him loose, believing that she is only stringing Andy along and going to Indianapolis to spite him. When Andy returns, April finally forgives him and the two kiss.
Adam takes the stage for a live podcast at The Helium Comedy Club in Indianapolis. He talks about watching movies on planes without sound and his assistant forgetting to put TSA Pre on his boarding pass. Next, Bald Bryan joins the show remotely and the guys play a round of The Rotten Tomatoes Game based on movies set in Indiana. Chris Laxamana reports the news with stories about a Jeep owner getting sued in Michigan, a German woman poking holes in condoms, and Dave Chappelle's attacker. Lastly, Adam takes audience submissions for a round of ‘Adam Carolla is Unprepared.'