#queenband #bohemianrhapsody #freddymercury Get a FREE EP HERE: http://LouLombardiMusic.com if you love great guitar driven rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even today, you will want to get my EP "The Bad Years". Get your copy while supplies last! After the release of Sheer Heart Attack, Queen was broke. Roger Taylor couldn't even get enough for a small downpayment on a flat for his new family. Realizing that something needed to be done and done quick, the band changed management and got themselves free from bad business dealings. Their manager John Reid told them to just get in the studio and make the best album that they could and that he would square their financials. The resulting album was nothing short of monumental. While the songs moved through several genres , they all had that unmistakeable Queen sound. On this week's Loudini Rock & Roll Circus we will give you the lowdown on making of this classic album as well discuss it's legacy. We will also tell you once and for all how Queen got their unique vocal sound. Check out the podcast here https://www.talkshoe.com/episode/16647969 We will also be giving away a FREE CD of A Night At The Opera to one lucky member of our LIVE studio audience... so you don't want to miss this show! Topics Covered: https://www.sos2020pgh.org/ https://www.thisdayinmusic.com/ Get Loudini Swag HERE: https://loulombardimusic.com/rnrcircus/
There is a well of untapped potential inside of you which is waiting to be unleashed. Everybody has superpowers when they're a child but we tend to lose them as we grow up ... The post The Five Lost Superpowers: John Reid, Lynae Steinhagen appeared first on Author Hour.
From August 2019, Mark's conversation with John Reid, baker and owner of Red Beard Historic Bakery in Australia and one of the organizers of the 2019 Grainz Gathering. John died on September 16, 2021 at age 58. Memorial information can be found here.
The Seahawks traded with the Texans for CB John Reid this week. Head Coach Pete Carroll and defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. talked about their impression of what he brings to the team. Defensive line coach Clint Hurtt also talked about his excitement around Rasheem Green as he goes into the fourth season of his NFL career. Carroll also talked about the visit from former Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins and explained part of the reasoning around why he left without signing a deal. Shane Waldron gives an update on the running back competition. Subscribe to the Field Gulls Podcast via: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |Overcast | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | Castbox | Subscribe on Android | PlayerFM | RSS Produced by: Wilson Conn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chris Kidd and Michael-Shawn Dugar are in again filling in for Jason Puckett this week while he's on vacation. Chris and Mike discuss the Seahawks moves of the last 24 hours, Luke Willson returns, John Reid trade. Theo Lawson of the Spokesman Review joins Chris and Mike to discuss the situation with Nick Rolovich with the Cougars, Max Borghi's NLI efforts with Cameo, the quarterback situation with Jayden de Laura and Jarrett Guarantano, and Theo's new role with the newspaper covering Gonzaga.
With Tre Brown being the latest Seahawks cornerback to be sidelined by injury, the team promptly made a move to acquire Reid from the Texans on Tuesday. Hosts Corbin Smith and Rob Rang analyze the trade for Reid and where he may fit into Seattle's plans, provide updates on several injured Seahawks who returned to the practice field, and investigate five players on the waiver wire who the team may have interest in taking a look at. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ian Furness is in for the final hour of the show. The Seahawks make a trade to acquire cornerback John Reid from the Houston Texans. Luke Willson returning to Seahawks. Interviews with Nick Bellore, Sean Mannion and Jordyn Brooks.
John Reid of the Florida Times Union tells Mike "Chico" Bormann Urban Meyer is heavily involved in every facet of Jags camp as they get an idea what to expect Saturday in the Browns' preseason opener against Jacksonville plus they discuss the former Buckeyes coach transition to the NFL Friday night on "Chico After Dark." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You don't often think of a warship as a place for a garden but Petty Officer 2nd Class John Reid McDougall is growing plants aboard HMCS Halifax, now deployed off Norway. And he also has a swing! We hear from an Indigenous teenager in NB who aspires to become a chef. On the phone-in: Privacy with lawyer, David Fraser. And energy efficiency tips from PEI
Back in July, I chatted with then Penn State defensive back John Reid about his experiences with Coding and how I can teach Coding to my students. After digging through the resources he recommended, I came across Code The Dream. Here's my chat with John Reid about Coding and with four interns from Code The Dream about their experiences coding and being students of Code The Dream. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How deep is racism? Birmingham murderers, policing when dealing with black people, media's perception of black people, greater England's racist undertones vs London, disproportionate judgement, white saviour complex, Goku is black?! Entertainment companies and their temporary BLM movements / influence on black economics. Artist - Gbenga3k
Based on the title character of the same name, The Lone Ranger stars Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp as John Reid and Tonto, respectively. The Lone Ranger is the 2013 western action film directed by Gore Verbinski and written by Justin Haythe, Ted Elliot, and Terry Rossio. This is the first theatrical film featuring the Lone Ranger and Tonto characters since William A. Fraker's 1981 film, The Legend of the Lone Ranger. Luke and Jae revisit this film with two leading stars that may not have the best luck when it comes to controversies. In 1933 a boy discovers an ancient Native American in a sideshow carnival tent. The Indian is Tonto (Johnny Depp), the old companion of John Reid (Armie Hammer), a lawman more famously known as the Lone Ranger. With this opportunity to set the record straight about his and Reid's adventures, Tonto recalls the day in 1869 when he first encountered the man who would be his trusted friend and tells of their teamwork bringing down Butch Cavendish (William Fichtner) and other Old West outlaws.
Something is badly wrong at the heart of one of Britain's most important ministries. How did it become so broken? By Daniel Trilling. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod
The withdrawal of the six football clubs in England from the Super League - after protests and action by fans, players and other club staff - will be rightly celebrated. That’s the start. What is necessary now to reclaim football? The billionaire owners who attempted to rob our clubs and game are still in charge. They cannot be trusted and must be removed, along with the rest of their big business mates and structures in football. This episode is a recording of the introduction at a national online meeting hosted by the Socialist Party. The speaker is John Reid, author of Reclaim the Game, a pamphlet that was first written in 1992 at the outset of the Premier League, currently on its 13th edition. This bonus episode of Socialism looks at the football super-league and how we can reclaim the game. Further reading Article - Super League defeated. Football: no trust in billionaire owners - kick them out and reclaim the game https://www.socialistparty.org.uk/articles/32411/21-04-2021/no-trust-in-billionaire-owners-kick-them-out-and-reclaim-the-game Article - Football abuse scandal: Reclaim the game for justice and democracy https://www.socialistparty.org.uk/articles/32287 Article - Football: Beware the billionaires bearing gifts https://www.socialistparty.org.uk/articles/31486 Pamphlet – Reclaim the Game? http://leftbooks.co.uk/epages/950002679.sf/en_GB/?ObjectID=45581862
In February, sourdough pioneer John Reid from Trentham's RedBeard Historic Bakery, was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. We talk about optimism, collegiality, cuddles, support, gratitude and the pleasures of wrangling a big old Scotch oven that's never allowed to grow cold.https://www.redbeardbakery.com.auFollow Dirty Linen on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/deepintheweedspodcast/?hl=enFollow Danihttps://www.instagram.com/danivalentFollow Deep In The Weeds on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/deepintheweedspodcast/?hl=enFollow Rob Locke (Executive Producer)https://www.instagram.com/foodwinedine/Follow Huck (Executive Producer)https://www.instagram.com/huckstergram/
The History of the Hyannisport Club in its own way is the history of golf in America. Founded in 1897, it has the unique history of having three of American Golf's Founding Fathers on its roster of archiects: John Reid, Alexander Findlay and Donald Ross. It was the golf retreat of President John F Kennedy & has been called the Hardest Short Course in America. Our podcast ends with golf course architect Ron Forse and the Hyannisport Club's superintendent talking about its restoration and its hidden design pearls.
Sidney Bechet live - the John Reid recordings...private recordings made by Bechet's Boswell from 1939-44. Some were rehearsals for his upcoming Victor recording sessions (Reid was the producer) and some were casual dance or party dates. Featuring Henry Goodwin, Sandy Williams, Don Donaldson, Sonny White, Don Frye, Max Miller, Wilson Myers, Manzie Johnson, Sid Catlett, Kenny Clarke and Freddie Moore --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-clark49/support
John Reid-Dodick is the Chief People Officer at AlphaSense, a search engine for market intelligence that is leveraging AI to transform how decisions are made by the world’s leading corporations and financial institutions. In this role, JRD is focused on building a future-forward People Team to support the company’s ambitious growth while helping create an AI-infused culture that puts AlphaSense at the forefront of the future of work. JRD joined AlphaSense from WeWork, where from 2018 to 2020 he founded and led the company’s cultureOS business, helping companies think and act differently about culture and the role workplace plays in enhancing culture. Previously, he served as WeWork’s Chief People Officer from 2016 to 2018 while the company scaled four-fold to over 4,000 people in new markets across the globe. JRD served as Chief People Officer at Dun & Bradstreet (from 2014 to 2016) and at AOL (from 2011 to 2013). He joined AOL from Thomson Reuters, where he led human resources for Thomson Reuters Markets. Prior to that, he held senior human resources roles at Reuters in New York and London. An expert in leadership, talent, and organizational culture and change, JRD has led a number of initiatives that have received industry awards and been featured as best practice in books such as The Art of Action (2011); Leading Innovation (2006); and The Employer Brand (2005). The cultureOS, which JRD created with WeWork co-founder and Chief Culture Officer, Miguel McKelvey, is the subject of a Harvard Business School case study. JRD is also a frequent speaker at industry events, with a focus on culture, the future of work, and workplace modernization. JRD is a member of the Board of Directors for the HR Policy Association (the Association of Chief Human Resources Officers); serves on the Advisory Board for the G100 Talent Consortium; and is a Senior Advisor to the HR50. JRD previously served as a member of the Board of Directors for Axiom, where he was Chair of the Compensation Committee. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for KIPP New Jersey, a network of public charter schools serving students in Newark, Camden, and Miami. A lawyer by training, JRD joined Reuters in 1995, serving as General Counsel for Reuters America from 1997 to 2000. Prior to Reuters, he was an associate with Sullivan & Cromwell and a law clerk for the Honorable Robert W. Sweet of the Southern District of New York. JRD graduated from Harvard Law School in 1988, where he was Managing Editor of the Harvard Law Review. He holds a Masters degree in Politics from New York University and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Studies from the University of Manitoba. JRD is married to his high school sweetheart, Darlene, and they have three children – Cassie, a senior manager with Accenture Strategy’s Talent & Organization practice; Jorie, a behavior specialist working with children on the autism spectrum; and Cody, a co-owner of Good Beans, a specialty coffee startup based in Amsterdam.
Welcome to Episode 1 of John Has Questions. In this episode, John welcomes his longtime friend John Reid as they walk down memory lane and discuss John Reid's magical journey through life. https://www.trickybiz.com https://www.twitter.com/mustacheonthem1 --- 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/feeding-the-monster/message
This week Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce national managing editor Vince Versace interviews John Reid of Faber Connect, a Vancouver-based wo-sided marketplace connecting construction workers with firms looking for skilled labour. In Reid's words, it's his mission to empower workers and grow the workforce, especially given an ongoing skilled trades shortage. The company is working in Canada and the United States and aims to streamline the hiring process by using technology to make it easier for employers to hire from a vetted pool of workers. Reid says he wants to put “power back in the worker's hands” and pointed to a rating and review feature on the platform where both workers and employers can maintain maximum transparency. The interview also covers issues like the COVID-19 pandemic's effect on labour demand, union vs. non-union hiring and much more, so let's go straight to the interview. Thanks for listening! DCN-JOC News Services Check us out on Twitter at https://twitter.com/TCR_Cast and Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13940256/.
Saturday Service December 2020_2 by Rabbi Brian https://rbpodcasts.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/SaturdayService/12122020SaturdayService.mp3 Podcast: The Saturday Service December 12, 2020 Podcast Notes 00:00 - 06:19 - Romper Room welcome. Dec 12, 2020. Words of 2020: “Zoom”, “Pandemic”, “social distancing”, “Unprecedented” “Covidiot”, “Fascism”, “Pod”, “Cohort”, “Bubble”. What do you say when someone says “How are you”, can we reflect on this and turn it into a moment of kindness and say “How AM I” 06:20 - 17:29 - REPORTS FROM THE FIELD: “What’s it like being kind without liking the person/situation”? Logic exercise “It takes a fixed amount of time for a person to leave A and arrive at B. Let “t” be a variable of that exact amount of time. Is it advantageous in a travel tense about matters beyond one’s control?” discussion - Quote: “Almost 80% of a religious/spiritual/faith is comprised of Acts of loving kindness” - agree/disagree? Discussion. Yeeaaaaah, noooooo.... “Same doodoo (shit), different shovel” 17:30 - 26:29 any testimonies from people. People shared good and bad stories. 26:30 - 32:01 - Backwards quote (Thanks for that, rB, make me think...): “Let your mind be like a mirror. Grasp nothing. Reject nothing. Receive it all. Keep none.” - Chuang Zhu. Discussion. “Process of cultivating goodness of heart is not easy, but it has to be done.” - Michael - Constant practice. 32:02 - 41:30 - Taking up something that is hard to do because you can (Like climbing Mount Everest or taking up the French Horn). 1-2-3-4-5 (1= brand new at it, 2=hand holding, 3=teacher hints, 4=self hints, 5=fluid). It’s like every skill we do. When we are stressed, we fall back a level. How many people have to practice at being patient, for example? If you are stressed, you can fall back a level and need a reminder to take a breath. John Reid should listen at this minute... (rB told me to type that...) 41:31 - 45:06 - Announcements: TELL A FRIEND!!! Don’t tell them we have free candy, that’s just creepy... ETSY SHOP https://www.etsy.com/shop/RabbiBrian SUPPORT - pass the electronic Yarmulke https://rotb.org/empowersupport/ ETSY ITEM OF THE WEEK - Now, Learn to Read Hebrew! https://rotb.org/hebrew/ 45:07 - 56:50 : Touching Fireside Christmas story from rB. (Transcript) 56:51 - 59:30 : Virtual donuts announcement, after the session. James’ birthday is Dec 20. James Wilson #AU-5200 High Desert State Prison / A3-243 PO Box 3030 Susanville CA 96127 His Birthday is 12/20 NEXT WEEK: WHAT BEHOOVES YOU TO BELIEVE ABOUT SANTA CLAUS. Saturday Service December 2020_2 Subscribe iTunes Subscribe Android Saturday Service December 2020_2
Eps. 31: The Two Mics Up team has returned with a New Year, New Perspective for Season 2! We open up with John Reid the Founder/Editor of the PW Perspective and Langston Carter the Managing Editor of the PW Perspective. This episode we are educated on how to speak our "voice" and not let silence persist! Take note and use Langston Carter's motto of "causing good trouble". Listen in and learn more about Northern Virginia's Anti-Racist Newspaper bringing stories to life with impactful stories from the black and brown perspective. Featuring: John Reid - Founder/Editor PW Perspective Langston Carter - Managing Editor PW Perspective --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twomicsup/support
Jean-Marc van Tol is illustrator, striptekenaar en cartoonist. Zijn belangrijkste werk is de cartoonreeks 'Fokke en Sukke', waar hij samen met John Reid en Bastiaan Geleijnse de geestelijk vader van is. In 1997 verscheen de eerste bundel van 'Fokke & Sukke'. Sinds 1999 verschijnen de cartoons dagelijks in NRC Handelsblad. Tussendoor, in 2018, publiceerde Van Tol de historische roman 'Musch'; het eerst deel van een trilogie rond het leven van Johan de Witt (1625-1672). En al 20 jaar verschijnt de reeks 'Het afzien van…' waarin Fokke en Sukke terugkijken op het afgelopen jaar. Nu is er een speciale corona-editie. Pieter van der Wielen spreekt met Jean-Marc van Tol.
As we reflect over this year, we are reminded of all the awesome guests we had on the podcast. To ring in the new year, we wanted to highlight some of the episodes that stuck out to us. These bite size episodes remind us of everything we have learned over the past year and push us to continue to get better. We had John Reid talk about how Faber is changing the gig economy of construction. John is the co-founder of Faber Connect which is connecting workers directly to jobs. If you want to go back and listen to the whole episode, CLICK HERE. Text us and let us know what you thought of this episode! 478-221-7009 Please consider subscribing! SUBSCRIBE! Like us on LinkedIn! Like us on Facebook! Follow us on Instagram! Eddie's LinkedIn Tyler's LinkedIn (Our day job)
This episode was recorded on November 28th, 2020 The cards can be seen in all their graphic glory here The teams: Mike - Mystrsyko Sam - Robocast Sam & Ryan - Spinnerproof Charlie - Good Robottal Ned - Spoiler Alert & ESC Oliver - ESC and No More Spinnahhs David - David of Smeg Jevan - World of Woodrow & No More Spinnahhs The cards: Mike Puff the Magic Dragon A LiPo fire in the box The Atomic Bomb Atom#94 catches fire Lotsa smoke or visible flames The 2020 Dumpster Fire A returning competitor flops HARD EG Bombshell in 2018, Bronco in 2019, or any robot designed to win fights which fails to Let it Rip! Captain Shredderator vs Gigabyte (1v1) Improvise, Adapt, Overcome Swiss-army bot makes the top 32 Swiss-army bot = multiple weapon types Jumping in the Grave A robot is dubbed 'the new Bite Force' Does not include the new champ once they are champ A Surprise, to be Sure Half of the top 8 are 'new' New = no team members have reached the top 16 before What Would You Like on Your Tombstone? Tombstone loses its first 2 fights Mr Flibble's Very Cross A team quantining on entry to the USA is mentioned Thank God for the Arena A robot is flung into the Lexan Ice Ice Baby ICEWave tears another robot in half No bonus points!! Close Quarters A fight is restarted due to an unstick Might not be shown in the edit They're Good Dogs, Bronco The dog from the Pain Train team photo is acknowledged on the show Shocker! A rookie makes the top 16 Rookie = new robot with a new team, even if some members have competed with other teams Crowd Favourite Chomp scores a OHKO 'OHKO' = first hit from the weapon Clusterfunk Gemini fails to get a win Sam For Grant Grant Imahara mentioned directly Rocky Balboa Tantrum works Working = weapon spins, hits as well as other similar weapons, and the punching mechanism is clearly helpful Just Like The Simulations An AGWWAPTBABF fantasy matchup happens, and the result is the same David Attenborough Two or more animal themed robots fight (each other) Animal themes must be part of the bot's aesthetic Absent Audience Attention repeatedly drawn to the lack of audience Repeatedly = at least 10 mentions Lithium Polymer Armament A LiPo fire occurs Old Farm Derby Bale Spear vs Black Widow (1v1) Split Personalities A robot is split in ~2 The Steel Chair Slammow manages a suplex Hammer to Fall Beta vs Chomp (1v1) A Game of Two Halves A robot gets split apart Look at Me, Pa! Two robots with minibotds fight, with their minibots Pink is Sus A predominantly pink robot makes the knockout stages Axolotl, Sporkinok, and HiJinx are all predominantly pink Extinguisher by Name... Extinguisher puts out a fire That's Not 30 Seconds! A team is reminded they can only hold for 30 seconds Oh Lawd She Comin! Chomp ends the season with a positive record Spinnerproof The Killshot An axe/hammer scores a KO Any big overhead hitty thing, but not a 'hammer saw' or similar, and not Rusty We Die Together Gemini only uses the multibot config A Noticeable Absence Bite Force not being present is mentioned Apologies to Craig Danby Slammow makes the top 16 OOTA is OOTA 'Proper' OOTA from a non-spinner 'Proper' OOTA = not behind the screws or stuck elsewhere BLUE TEAM, READY? Button hit with something other than a finger/hand Non-starters A robot with a website profile doesn't have a fight Out With Win and You're In No places in the top 32 are decided by a play-in fight Stop the count A robot comes back to life during a countout My Leg! Chomp loses a leg We Get it Already The cast avoids saying "Covid-19", "Pandemic", or "Coronavirus" for the entire season Cast = not competitors LiPo Fire 2 A LiPo fire happens Why Why Whyachi? 2+ Whyachi robots face each other in any kind of match Don't Bring Wheels Into the Arena A horizontal spinner snipes a wheel 'Snipes' = a single hit disabling or removing the wheel Not in my Lexicon The term 'forward thrust flipper' is used to describe a front-hinge flipper The Bigger They Are... Chomp's hammer causes significant damage Charlie Pulverizer Pete Multiple pulveriser hits to one robot in a single fight Be Trans, Throw Hands Sporkinok receives needless online hate We'll know it when we see it Slammow Fails to Work ...as intended, through the entire season The Saviour is Here! Rusty takes a fight to the judges Wee Woo (No, Not That One) Extinguisher puts out a fire The One True Hammer Shatter! outperforms all the other 'pure' hammerbots 'Pure' hammerbots = Beta, Chomp, maybe Rusty. 'Outperforms' = better record and/or lasting longest in the tournament ("down to the second") Free Parking Non-Bite Force champion Can only be ticked after the grand final The Future is Now No robots from the 2019 top 8 make the 2020 top 8 Tears in the Gears A competitor cries on camera Sorry About Your Bike Jenny Taft segment involves smashing up a household object Double Kill Simultaneous KO Hide and Syk 2 Despite the lack of live studio audience, world-renowned youtuber MystrSyko is somehow still spotted The Bot Whisperer Footage of pre-reboot BB used in reference to Peter Abrahamson Not Even the Younglings Survived Perfect Phoenix doesn't win a fight Pobodies Nerfect The champ will have lost a fight along the way Lights, Camera, Smash! One of the lights gets broken Ned Everything is Fine An entire episode doesn't mention the pandemic Spiderman Pointing Meme Sawblaze vs Skorpios (1v1) Hammer Time Two hammers fight each other (1v1) Chomp, Shatter!, and BETA are hammers. Mad Catter & Extinguisher count if they use their hammer setup in the fight. Rusty may or may not be a hammer. Tropical Storm BETA BETA KOs a vertical spinner Hammer saws don't count. Mammoth doesn't count Careful, Icarus A previously successful robot crashes HARD Previously top 16/play in, failing to make the top 32 VERTS REEEEEEEEE 4WD verts make up at least half of the top 8 If the website photo is a vert, its a vert. Mad Catter counts if they use the vert more than the hammer Now There Are Two of Them! RotatoR uses the dual disc setup In the Blue Hex A HexBug toy appears in the box for a robot's introduction Third Time Lucky Whiplash fights and beats Tombstone This is Why We Can't Have Nice Things Someone is seen wearing a mask incorrectly Nose not covered, hanging off one ear, constantly readjusting, etc Screwed A robot is KO'd due to being stuck in/on the screws Up and Away A whole robot hits the ceiling Flawed Floor The new floor still takes fight-influencing damage Proof in the Pudding A new build has teething trouble THAT'S A HUGE HIT Kenny or Chris say 'HUGE HIT' Noob Force A new robot takes the Giant Nut Oliver An Open Field A BB rookie makes the top 8 Rookie = new machine, even if the team have experience as a team or individuals The Same, But Different A 4WD vert wins the season Bot 56 A previously confirmed entry doesn't make TV Confirmed = publicly by the team, by Battlebots (eg. via the website), or by associated media. SUpporter content doesn't count. Dun Dun Da Da Daaa Daaa Flight of the Valkyries is sung #GetHype Hypershock makes the top 4 Spider Chomp, Spider Chomp Footage of a classic Battlebots walker is used Includes shufflers Always on the Scene Extinguisher puts out a fire Ghost of Toad A Team Toad sticker appears The Future is Now, Old Man Donald Hutson is reminded of how long he has been competing Directly to him, eg in an interview Home Field Advantage No non-US teams make the top 16 Thank You, Johnathan, Very Cool Presenters say something blatantly wrong, or something in a graphic is clearly incorrect You Only Got One Shot A fight is ended in a single exchange Salt of the Fans A JD causes online backlash Maxwell Edison The Pulverisers score a KO Grabbing Defeat From the Jaws of Victory A robot which is clearly winning dies for any reason Wait For It! John Reid says 'good hit' David Mortal Coil Ghost Raptor gets split in 2 Large and in Charge All 3 'oversized' robots (HUGE, SMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE, and Mammoth) finish with a combined win rate of at least 2:3 (0r 66.6...%) The British are Coming BETA makes the top 16 We somehow missed reading this one out... Unprecedented The word 'unprecedented' is used to describe the pandemic Armchair Engineer Fan makes comments about how a robot sucks and they could do it better FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! Two robots with flamethrowers fight (1v1) Not in my Lexicon 2 The term 'drum' is used to describe something which is clearly a drisc See 'the diagram', courtesy of Jevan It Is Wednesday My Dudes Ribbot makes the knockout stages Stay Froggy Ribbot's vacuum-formed top survives a fight Rusty in Pieces Rusty gets a win Spin Dammit! Axe Backwards wins a fight The King is Dead Tombstone fails to make the bracket Derby Match Slammow vs Big Dill (1v1) Ow, My Head! Chomp's hammer snipes a robot 'Snipes' = accurately hitting a critical part which immobilises the opponent Knife Roomba A Mowbot autonomous lawnmower appears on screen Not just in the background, intentionally featured What if its an ad segment? What Other Weapon? A robot with interchangeable weapons doesn't change weapons Jevan Frenemies Skorpios vs HiJinx (1v1) ...The Harder They Fall Chomp's legs take significant spinner damage Legs are removed or their function is impaired I Don't Think So, Chief A team refuses a fight EG. Shredderator vs Cobalt The Eyes Have It HUGE wins the Giant Nut Should'a Stayed Electric BETA runs out of gas Weapon stops or can't self right due to lack of gas Sorry About Your Ceiling An entire robots hits the ceiling/lighting rig Weeeeeeeeeeedge SMEEEEEEEEEEE wins a fight Can be an exhibition/other non-tournament fight provided it is aired on Discovery I'm A Fire Starter 20+ fires across the season Large amounts of smoke or visible flames No More Apologies Slammow makes the bracket Game of Clones A robot is likened to another in looks alone Beat the Clock A robot comes back to life during a countout David vs Goliath Mammoth fights a robot with a minibot Tis Just A Flesh Wound A badly damaged robot makes it to the judges Stop, Stop, He's Already Dead! A clearly dead robot keeps getting hit Yeeted-er A robot hits the ceiling Includes minibots Age of Rust Rusty goes undefeated during Fight Night
Jon and John talk about training, learning, models, and mindset. John Reid is a corporate training designer, facilitator, and business owner who understands adult learning happens when you engage with people's belief systems. His career centers around the idea that traditional ways of teaching are ineffective because they focus on the idea rather than the learner. Even if your idea is worth sharing, the sharing isn’t worth it if people can’t learn. As a four-time cancer survivor, John has focused all his energy on his passion - creating ways to engage and get adults to learn by fostering a learning mindset wherever he goes. John worked for both global (Dow Chemical, Elf Atochem) and smaller (LCP Chemicals) firms. Within the learning and development industry, he has built a reputation for providing client focused solutions, achieving recognition and awards for his sales performance. He has engaged in providing an outsource solution for an existing training department; creating and implementing a learning strategy for a major pharmaceutical company, as well as designing and delivering a value selling program for a global industrial sales organization. Key client engagements that John has led include EY, DSM, SCA North America, Fox Entertainment Group, and Proampac. He most recently released his first book "Moving from Models to Mindsets," which is on Amazon. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Get Jon’s Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with John: http://www.linkedin.com/company/jmreid-group/ https://www.facebook.com/jmreidgroup/ https://jmreidgroup.com/
FAIR's Dave Ray and WRVA (Richmond, VA)'s John Reid discuss recent Zogby Analytics exit polling revealing that majorities of voters across all ideological and racial lines do not support the open border policies proposed by President-elect Joe Biden.
11/18/2020Season 11, Episode 45 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can and in this Wednesday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about the latest news concerning the Pittsburgh Steelers following head coach Mike Tomlin talking to the media on Tuesday.Alex and I go over the Steelers injury situation entering Week 11 based on the latest updates provided by the team and Tomlin. We go over all of the recent transactions and forthcoming transactions as well. We also talk quite a bit about some of the main talking points delivered by Tomlin on Tuesday and that includes talk about fixing the Steelers running game.Do you still believe in trap games after hearing Tomlins thoughts on the subject? We go over that topic and a few related stats related to the Steelers.The Steelers will play the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday so ahead of that matchup we get some help previewing it from John Reid, who covers the opposition for The Florida Times-Union. We get 33 minutes of great info from John, as usual, as we talk Jaguars season to date, recent quarterback play and injury status of he team entering Week 11 and much, much more. We talk about several players on both sides of the football for the Jaguars during this interview and more. John gives us his score prediction for Sunday’s game at the end of this interview.If not already doing so, please follow John on Twitter at @JohnReid64 and read his work online here: https://www.jacksonville.com/staff/5471069002/john-reid/After having John on, Alex and I then recap more of the Steelers Week 10 home win against the Cincinnati Bengals following a deeper dive into the All-22 tape from that contest.We close out this Wednesday podcast episode by answering several more emails we’ve received from listeners.Thanks for listening and don’t forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends!
With Sri Lanka's strict quarantine rules thwarting their return to the cricket field, we ask head coach Mickey Arthur if he can see a solution. And the power of a six - we look back at Javed Miandad's era-defining six for Pakistan against India in 1986 - and other key moments that changed the course of cricketing history. Plus, tributes to former New Zealand captain John Reid. Photo: Mickey Arthur (Getty Images)
Saint Andrew's Golf Club in New York is known as the club of many firsts - it is the seed that grew golf across the United States. We dive into the history of one of the five founding clubs of the USGA and how a three hole course in a cow pasture helped start a golf craze that spread across the United States.
What’s the biggest problem facing the construction industry right now? On the surface, some of the biggest problems aren’t easy to see. Join host Todd and guest John Reid of Faber Connect as they talk about how new technologies are changing the game, the need for skilled trades and labor, and why construction firms need to begin to embrace innovation and technology. John Reid is the Co-founder of Faber Connect, a construction software platform that lets construction companies connect with construction workers. He enjoys spending quality time with his family, skiing and exploring new innovative industries.
On Colts Happy Hour tonight, JMV previews the Colts season opener in Jacksonville. We hear from Frank Reich also Matt Taylor's conversation with Rick Venturi. Larra Overton is joined by T.Y. Hilton and Casey Vallier talks with John Reid, who covers the Jaguars for the Florida-times Union, for Know Your Foe.
On this week's installment of Know Your Foe, Casey Vallier talked with John Reid, who covers the Jacksonville Jaguars for the Florida Times-Union, about the 2020 season opener in Jacksonville on Sunday.
In the latest installment of Locked On Texans, Coty M. Davis and John Hickman discuss the Houston Texans' decision to release QB Alex McGough and DT Albert Huggins. The guys also look at the hype surrounding rookie CB John Reid. And later, they share their thoughts on the news surrounding their AFC counterparts in Jacksonville. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hour 2 – Guest: John McClain, Houston Chronicle, on the big impression of John Reid at Texans’ camp, Bill O’Brien’s growth as a head coach and more. Topics: Recapping the MLB trade deadline, Eagles injuries and owner Jeff Lurie’s press conference.
Hear Phil Jones talk with Ashley Anders on Tift County Football (7:30). Plus hear from Rome head coach John Reid (26:07) and FCA Southeast Georgia Area Director and longtime football official Bobby Willis (46:52). All this and more on Next Take Georgia.
John Reid is the founder of the sales advisory firm JMReid Group and author of the book, "Moving from Models to Mindset: Rethinking the Sales Conversation." On today's episode, John and I find ourselves in violent agreement about (most of) the main points of his book. We dig into why so many of our sales training dollars are misspent. Most of you know that is a particular concern of mine! And we spend time on what separates the good from the average seller. All sellers receive pretty much the same training and have the same skill set. So what enables some to achieve consistent results? The answer is simple. Plus, a great story from John about how he first learned to sell. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We fact check on Babylon 5's Crusade, Apple's Hollyhill factory in Cork, and Sosumi. In follow up we discuss "break a leg", Apple's updates to coding terminology and Memoji head coverings. Apple over-ear headphones may use gesture controls with ‘rotation detection’. Big Sur is both 10.16 and 11.0 – it’s official. Apple Security Research Device Program. Introducing Swift Service Lifecycle. WWDC20: What’s New in Unit Testing. Picks: iPhone Specs Matrix 1.1 with iOS 14 compatibility, From master to main, git help tutorial, URLSessionWebSocketTask
Chase Thomas is joined by the Florida Times-Union's John Reid to talk about Vegas pegging Jacksonville as the NFL's worst team in 2020, issues during the Tom Coughlin regime, how the Jaguars fell off, Leonard Fournette and Yannick Ngakoue's future in Jax, the addition of Jay Gruden to the coaching staff, if the Jags are tanking for Trevor Lawrence, fun Jags stories over the years and much more.
The Metropolis Marvel or The Man of Tomorrow? We are SUPER-excited to be joined once again by Mr. John Reid, the host of the 30Something Movie Podcast! In this episode we decide what kind of podcast we want to be and which of these two movies is the best. So, join us and we promise a Super-kiss in the end.
The Last Son of Krypton or the Latest Son of Krypton? We are SUPER-excited to be joined by the host of the 30Something Movie Podcast, Mr. John Reid! In this episode we will stumble, we will fall, but in time we will accomplish wonders! (Or at least a pretty good podcast.) So, join us in the sun!
John Reid is a corporate training designer, facilitator, and business owner who understands adult learning happens when you engage with people's belief systems. His career centers around the idea that traditional ways of teaching are ineffective because they focus on the idea rather than the learner. Even if your idea is worth sharing, the sharing isn’t worth it if people can’t learn. As a four time cancer survivor, John has focused all his energy on his passion - creating ways to engage and get adults to learn by fostering a learning mindset wherever he goes. John worked for both global (Dow Chemical, Elf Atochem) and smaller (LCP Chemicals) firms. Within the learning and development industry he has built a reputation for providing client focused solutions, achieving recognition and awards for his sales performance. He has engaged in providing an outsource solution for an existing training department; creating and implementing a learning strategy for a major pharmaceutical company, as well as designing and delivering a value selling program for a global industrial sales organization. Key client engagements that John has led include EY, DSM, SCA North America, Fox Entertainment Group and Proampac. He most recently released his first book "Moving from Models to Mindsets," which is on Amazon. Connect with John Reid: Website: https://jmreidgroup.com/ Twitter: @jmreidgroup LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/jmreid-group/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jmreidgroup/ Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Website: http://jondwoskin.com/ Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Thejondwoskinexperience/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/
Pat, Cleave, and Claire discuss the Texans' smallest draft class in franchise history. After a long three days, the Texans hedge their bets on more vets than rookies and land offensive tackle Charlie Heck, cornerback John Reid, and wide receiver Isaiah Coulter. Plus, around the league with Cleave.
In a time when the sports world has been turned completely upside down, the NFL Draft continues on undeterred (even though it will be on Zoom), and several Nittany Lions will look to hear their names called over the course of the three-day event. In this episode, the guys welcome back Eric Galko of Optimum Scouting to break down the prospects for Penn State's crop of draft-eligible players. While defensive end Yetur Gross-Matos appears destined for a first-round selection with receiver KJ Hamler to follow in rounds two or three, a lot of intrigue surrounds how many more Lions may go in the draft's later stages. Eric gives his thoughts on the outlook for Robert Windsor, John Reid, Steven Gonzalez, Cam Brown along with other potential undrafted free agents and former Penn Staters like Juwan Johnson and Tommy Stevens. Stay safe. Stay sanitized. Stay home. #WeAreHOSTED BY: Brandon Noble, Mike Herr, Kevin Horne, Chris BuchignaniGUEST: Eric Galko