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Kinda Cute
Kinda Cute - Ep. 116 - The Green M&M, Martha v. Anthony Hopkins, and Vera Wang Loves McDs

Kinda Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 34:26


Kinda Cute is a podcast about The Cut by New York Magazine and niche pop culture/internet culture.  On this week's ep: *Why did they do the green M&M so dirty? *Nick & Priyanka bebe *Bill Heder and Anna Kendrick? *Daniel Radcliffe is Wierd Al *Martha Stewart thought Anthony Hopkins was gonna eat her brains? *I'm obsessed with the things Vera Wang Loves   Articles Discussed: https://www.thecut.com/2022/01/martha-stewart-anthony-hopkins-breakup-story.html https://www.thecut.com/2022/01/daniel-radcliffe-weird-al-movie.html   https://nymag.com/strategist/article/vera-wang-favorite-things.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/01/jamie-lynn-spears-abc-news-interview.html   Legit: angeladeane.com   https://neoncowboys.com/products/glow-mask I have an affiliate code Use code BAILEYFORE at checkout for 10% for a Neon Cowboys Code  YewYew Code: Cute pipes at yewyewshop.com/baileyevin Use code BAILEYEVIN for %15 off!   Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! or at https://ratethispodcast.com/kindacute YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AdncAo8wXIAR-WZq6Vbnw?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/baileyevin/ https://www.instagram.com/kindacutepodcast https://www.instagram.com/gurgipom xx, bailey evin

FroKnowsPhoto Photography Podcasts
Daily FRO 394: What Direction??? Kinda Lost

FroKnowsPhoto Photography Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 21:04


This is the Daily FRO for January 20th 2022 TXT ME 3137109729

The Content Mines
The Weird Kinda Dark Truth About "Primitive Living" YouTube Videos

The Content Mines

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 50:12


We went down the rabbit hole on the "primitive living" YouTube genre. We haven't solved every question we had but we did learn a few things. A Bunch of the pages seem to be run by the same person, a bunch more are sharing each other's videos, many of them are running their Facebook pages out of Thailand or Singapore, and based on some drone footage we came across it seems like they're all filming in the same section of the Cambodian wilderness. This episode is real dense this week! SHOW NOTES: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAL3JXZSzSm8AlZyD3nQdBA/videos https://www.youtube.com/c/MrHeangUpdate/videos https://www.youtube.com/c/JungleSurvival/videos https://www.youtube.com/c/PrimitiveSurvivalTool/videos https://www.youtube.com/c/TubeUniqueWilderness/videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyU144TGCUk https://www.youtube.com/c/PrimitiveCreative/videos https://www.youtube.com/c/PrimitiveSkillsnet/videos https://www.youtube.com/c/SurvivalWilds/videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwG9iz7WBNaDNGrw4wZG60w/videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCyLWhPnq1M https://www.facebook.com/primitivesurvivaltools/about_contact_and_basic_info https://www.facebook.com/TubeUniqueWilderness777/?ref=page_internal&_rdc=1&_rdr https://www.facebook.com/primitiveskills.net/ https://www.facebook.com/TubeUniqueWilderness777/?ref=page_internal&_rdc=1&_rdr https://opinion.guidesify.com/cambodian-youtuber-mr-heang-update-making-jungle-survival-great-again/ https://www.messynessychic.com/2021/05/14/the-curious-youtube-genre-of-building-fantasy-pools-and-secret-temples-by-hand/ https://coconuts.co/bangkok/features/primitive-technology-youtube-pulls-plug-on-kid-vids-after-coconuts-expose-we-visit-a-shoot-in-cambodia-part-2/

National Day Calendar
January 16, 2022 - National Nothing Day | National Fig Newton Day

National Day Calendar

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 3:30


Welcome to January 16th, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate deep thoughts and a bite of cookie history.  According to some philosophers, there is no such thing as nothing. With the very idea of thinking of the concept of nothingness, you're proving that it doesn't exist. That may sound like a big concept, but I think we can all relate. In the middle of our hectic lives, there's almost no time for nothing. But the truth is we need to take a step back and relax— and basically, do nothing. Turn off your phone, stay away from social media, take a nap. Embrace the nothingness. It's not often that you can get away with it, but on National Nothing Day, you've got the perfect excuse. When someone asks you what you're doing, feel free to tell them to buzz off because you're busy doing nothing. Which is actually something. Kinda. 19th Century physicians believed that most illnesses were caused by digestive problems. The remedy they most often prescribed was a small biscuit or cookie. So when Charles Roser invented a machine to fold fig jam into dough, the Kennedy Baking Company saw an opportunity. Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts they were already naming cookies after nearby cities. When they purchased the recipe for Roser's fig cookie in 1891 they had a few choices for the name. One was Shrewsbury. And thank goodness they had the sense to choose Newton, Massachusetts instead. And that is how Fig Newtons got their name. No offense to Shrewsbury—the Fig Shrewsbury just doesn't have quite the same ring to it. On National Fig Newton Day, pour yourself a glass of milk and enjoy this bite of cookie history.  I'm Anna Devere and I'm John McClain. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Neighbors Don't Knock
He's Kinda a BIG Deal!

Neighbors Don't Knock

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 49:25


We're joined by the incredibly talented musician, actor, producer, surfer, AND podcaster, Christophe Zajac-Denek! SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and our YouTube channel so you never miss an episode.   www.neighborsdontknock.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm7gUq-nV4REO5rq6XIFDqw   I'm Kind Of A Big Deal  Standing On Water Ability In Progress Project     #neighborsdontknock #candgcommunications #dwarfism #imkindofabigdeal #ellendegeneres 

The Freedom Friends
Kinda A Freedom Friends Master Debate (Animal Testing)

The Freedom Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 25:32


The boys get a little distracted on this one... Support the show by becoming a member! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOByvcTqZtScBFKIzNwOOyg/join If you want to get some of the fine smokey treats you see us having, check out https://www.warfightertobacco.com If you want to support the show support us on Patreon! patreon.com/freedomfriendspodcast Get your Freedom Friends merch here! redactedsupply.com/freedom-friends Check out owellness.us for some fantastic CBD supplements! Use code "freedomfriends25" for 25% off your order! www.facebook.com/FreedomFriendspodcast www.instagram.com/freedomfriendspodcast www.youtube.com/c/freedomfriendspodcast

Kinda Cute
Kinda Cute - Ep. 115 - FluentlyForward's Shannon McNamara Spills on Blind Items

Kinda Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 70:12


This week I am so honored to have TikTok Blind Item Queen, Shannon McNamara aka FluentlyForward! Strap in as we discuss:   -Is Julia Fox into “yachting”? -Are Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde a PR relationship? -Blinds about: Seth Myers, Michael B. Jordan, Adam Brody, and Noah Centineo -My Taylor Swift Boob Job Theory -The best gossip Shannon got in her inbox and obviously so much more!   Shannon's Legit: The Squeegee Method and the Shhhowercap:  https://bit.ly/3tiVkuv My Legit: Eva NYC Kween Glitter Spray: https://bit.ly/33cTSPB   Where to find Shannon:   TikTok: @fluentlyforward Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fluentlyforward www.fluentlyforward.com   https://neoncowboys.com/products/glow-mask I have an affiliate code Use code BAILEYFORE at checkout for 10% for a Neon Cowboys Code    YewYew Code: Cute pipes at yewyewshop.com/baileyevin Use code BAILEYEVIN for %15 off!     Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! or at https://ratethispodcast.com/kindacute   YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AdncAo8wXIAR-WZq6Vbnw?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/baileyevin/ https://www.instagram.com/kindacutepodcast https://www.instagram.com/gurgipom xx, bailey evin

Marvel Movie Minute
Thor 072: How Drunk Did Thor & Erik Get?

Marvel Movie Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 26:46


Minute Seventy-Two: From Loki's Warning to Thor's Delivery Joining us to discuss the working relationship between Loki and Heimdall, as well as the arrival of Thor with a drunk Erik over his shoulder is Bubbawheat from the Flights, Tights and Movie Nights podcast! In the seventy-second minute of Kenneth Branagh's 2011 film Thor... Heimdall takes a long time to reply to Loki about his loyalties. And Loki looks unhappy about that. Is Heimdall feeling guilt now that he earlier betrayed Odin to let Thor go down to Jotunheim? Or was that a situation where the ends more justified the means? Is part of the reason Loki asks this now is because he knows Heimdall disobeyed Odin earlier and wants to make sure he knows so Heimdall doesn't obey now? We debate this point for a bit. Very interesting moment here. Loki walks out with a comment about Thor's mess. What's he mean by that? Is he afraid Heimdall will open the Bifrost to Thor? Or is he worried that Heimdall may bring Thor back? Meanwhile, back on Midgard... Jane's now reading Erik's library book. Kinda distracted, but still reading it. We see she eats GoLean Crunch! Thor shows up with a drunk Erik thrown over his shoulder. How drunk did Erik get? Does it matter that we didn't get to see the bar fight or Erik passing out in the street? Erik seems to be buddy-buddy with Thor now. So does that mean Thor can stay? Thor's metabolism is Asgardian but he's mortal. Why is he handling his liquor so well? When Thor says Erik made his ancestors proud, what would it have been that made them proud? But where did Thor get this plaid coat? It was laying on the bar. Did he steal someone else's coat? It's kinda a lumberjack flannel chique... in other words, fairly ugly. We identify Jane's shirt, thanks to people online. It's not Miss Minutes though. It's called Wandering Sun designed by Marc Jacobs. And Bubbawheat points out a few of the movies that Jane has on DVD in her trailer. It's a fun minute full of kingly warnings and drunk deliveries with Bubbawheat. Tune in! Join the conversation with movie lovers from around the world on The Next Reel's Discord channel! Film Sundries Watch this film: iTunes • Amazon • Netflix • YouTube • Disney+ Join the conversation on Discord Script Transcript Trailer #1 Trailer #2 Poster artwork Original Material Icelandic Pronunciations! Bubbawheat on Twitter Flights, Tights & Movie Nights Flights, Tights & Movie Nights Facebook Group Filmwhys podcast It's Time to Rewind podcast

The Kevin Sheehan Show
Kinda Sounds Like The Raiders Were Playing For a Tie

The Kevin Sheehan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 11:56


Listening to the coach and the quarterback, it kinda sounds like the Raiders were playing for a tie last night before the timeout and 10-yard run

Kinda Cute
Kinda Cute - Ep. 114- Julia Fox & Kanye West Love Carbone & Celeb Goss Makes Us Stupid?

Kinda Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 37:19


Kinda Cute is a podcast about The Cut by New York Magazine and niche pop culture/internet culture.  On this week's ep: *I go in on the Julia Fox and Kanye West “Dating” incident *Does loving celebrity gossip mean we are stupid? I vote no.  *The Harry Potter Special and Tom Felton + Olivia Jade   Articles Discussed:  https://www.interviewmagazine.com/culture/date-night   https://www.thecut.com/2022/01/julia-fox-and-kanye-wests-whirlwind-romance.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/01/study-celebrity-obsession-make-dumb.html   https://www.thecut.com/2022/01/best-moments-from-hbo-max-harry-potter-reunion.html   https://www.eonline.com/news/1314065/find-out-which-harry-potter-star-tried-to-slide-into-olivia-jades-dms   Legit: Sculpt Pottery Kit: https://sculpd.com/ https://neoncowboys.com/products/glow-mask I have an affiliate code Use code BAILEYFORE at checkout for 10% for a Neon Cowboys Code  YewYew Code: Cute pipes at yewyewshop.com/baileyevin Use code BAILEYEVIN for %15 off!   Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! or at https://ratethispodcast.com/kindacute YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AdncAo8wXIAR-WZq6Vbnw?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/baileyevin/ https://www.instagram.com/kindacutepodcast https://www.instagram.com/gurgipom xx, bailey evin

6th Man Blitz
Antonio Brown Chaos, Kirby Smart vs Nick Saban, and Kyrie Is Back (Kinda)

6th Man Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 46:27


In this week's episode, we start off by talking about the whole Antonio Brown situation, Baker Mayfield situation in Cleveland, Alabama vs Georgia championship, Kirk Herbstreet's comments on Opt-Outs, Caleb Williams transfer, and Nets get their point guard back, Kyrie Irving. In this week's episode we give our insight and picks on NFL Week 18.  We go game by game determining the winner of each game. We also look back at Week 17 and look forward to the big games in Week 18.

Between The Sheets with Wy and Courtney
Episode 26: Follow Your Heart

Between The Sheets with Wy and Courtney

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 39:38


Think arranged marriage…. But in a willing participant kinda way…. Heavy on the KINDA

POWER MOVES with Mike Burns
155 - 90 Day Fiance Fart Jars, Pabst Blue Ribbon Eat A**, and Hey Usher F*ck You B*tch

POWER MOVES with Mike Burns

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 81:25


Jeez, lotta profanity in that title. Kinda concerning? We're back 2022! And Brido is ready to rock your world. Jason DeRulo goes buckwild over Usher comment, PBR gets in troubs for a recommendation, some guy makes a grave error hopping an NYC turnstile, and a chick from 90 Day Fiance was selling farts for money. Pregame with us: patreon.com/powermoveswithmikeburns Weed: A Connoisseur's Guide to Cannabis: https://www.amazon.com/Weed-Connoisseurs-Cannabis-Ellen-Holland/dp/0760371083 

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas
01-02-22 Happy New Year! This Show is Super Seedy. (Let's buy seeds!)

PLOW & HOSE Gardening in Central Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 38:50


Brrr! Kinda cold in Central Texas--not a lot going on in the garden--but it's a great time to start planning for pre-spring, spring & summer gardens harvest--Let's get some seeds!

Pays To Be You!
68 | Getting What You Want in 2022 (if 2021 Kinda Low-key Sucked)

Pays To Be You!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 51:54


Today we're talking about the unconscious reasons you didn't get what you wanted in 2021 and how to make 2022 THE year you get magical stuff done!And if you're like, "oh yep, this is for me", then you can join Start the Damn Thing today! You can message me or email me at paystobeyou@gmail.com. If you want to want to work with me 1:1 you can book a free discovery call on my website or flick me a message on Insta to chat about it.   As always, if you're diggin' this episode be sure to connect with your homegirl on the 'gram so you can see all the shenanigans I'm up to on the daily or flick me a message at paystobeyou@gmail.com to work with me.

Los Fanboys Podcast
Morbius Delayed, Thor & Jane's Costumes, The Flash Undoing Snyderverse? Maybe, Kinda... | Daily COG

Los Fanboys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 44:36


#Morbius #ThorLoveAndThunder #TheFlash #DailyCOG #TheGenreverse #LRMOnline WE'RE ALSO ON OUR NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL! SUBSCRIBE HERE: m.youtube.com/channel/UCnGVcI3Swk6XdnkgLLPEySg In today's episode, Kyle (@ThatKyleMalone) and Christine (@adorabledoom) discuss entertainment news from across The GenreVerse. Why was Morbius delayed? The obvious answer is the Omicron wave in North America, but what if they're filming No Way Home connections? Let's discuss this crazy idea! Also, there's an alleged leak of Thor and Mighty Thor's costumes for Thor: Love and Thunder. Lastly, a rumor that Zack Snyder's DCEU is being erased gets out of hand, but it doesn't look like we'll be revisiting it any time soon. WE HAVE A SPONSOR! Check them out here: www.GrowGeneration.com "Where the pros go to grow." 00:00- Intro & Getting Old As A Geek 07:46- Why Was Morbius Delayed? 12:42- We Need New Stories! Let The Past Die (Or Only Redo Things Once) 20:10- Thor And Mighty Thor's (Jane) Costumes Look Okay, But Christine Wants Boob Armor! 28:12-Will The Flash Erase The Snyderverse side of DC? Kinda, sorta, but not really... 34:27- But, What About The Batman & DC Competing Against Itself 38:49- The DC Multiverse Danger & Final Thoughts Catch the last episode here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1M2e8DlggiSItwcVuIYzxx?si=D_OmFQQiRA-VCF5hUbO8cw Be sure to follow the hosts, co-hosts, and LRM Twitter to get the latest on upcoming guests, new segments, and chances to be a guest on one of our podcasts! Join our Discord: discord.gg/PyrzzmrceY Question(s) of the day: Why do you think Morbius was delayed? Also, what is your opinion on the costumes from Thor: Love and Thunder? Lastly, do you think the Snyderverse will still be used by DC? Support: We have SO MANY podcasts! Anime-Versal Reviews Podcast covers anime (duh!), LRM's No Mercy covers Cobra Kai, and the Marvel craze continues with Thor reviews on Marvel Multiverse Mondays. Also, classics like BGRtP, The Cantina Podcast, and The Daily COG (Formerly LRMornings) are still going! Please like, share, and SUBSCRIBE to the podcast. This will help us help you! Also, by getting more visibility, with more feedback, and a bigger audience, we can provide more content for YOU! Websites: www.LRMOnline.com www.Genreverse.com Kyle Twitter: twitter.com/ThatKyleMalone Christine Twitter: twitter.com/AdorableDoom Subscribe to our podcast channel where ever you get podcasts: Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/4h1ngeRAmfYxWdzeblFmNe Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/@los-fanboys

Championship Ringside
LEGENDS WITH A SLOW START...KINDA

Championship Ringside

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 49:56


THIS EPISODE BLIZZY BLAZE AND KEEM TALK ABOUT LEGENDS AND FUTURE LEGENDS THAT DIDN'T WIN THE ROOKIE OF TH YEAR AWARD. AND FOR A BONUS THEY TALK SOME HIP HOP. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/championship-ringside/support

Off Book: The Improvised Musical
235. Marvel Sing-ematic Universe (Part 6): Team Baby Rattlesnake!

Off Book: The Improvised Musical

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 62:20


This is the final episode of our great Marvel Sing-amatic Universe! Clark and his new friend Ivy are shaking off the rubble of this sushi restaurant and they're going to save the day! Will Zach and Jess bring back multiple references and close all the loops? Maybe! Kinda! With songs like, "Baby RattleSnake" "We're in Space but There's No Space Between Us" and "She's Kind of a Bitch" you'll be screaming to the heavens: MR. KEVIN FEIGE! GIVE THEM A MEETING NOW SIR! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Mi-Fit Podcast
Choose Your Story, Change Your Life with Kindra Hall

Mi-Fit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 70:07


This week on The MiFit Podcast i'm accompanied by Kindra Hall. Kinda is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, highly sought-after keynote speaker, and Chief Storytelling Officer at SUCCESS Magazine. Her work and research is entirely focused on the power of story-telling and how utilizing stories, both professional and personally, can yield significant positive results. Kindra has also a brand new book coming out January 11th that can be purchased wherever books are sold. Topics-The importance of story telling-How other people's stores impact yours-Advice for parents and coaches for creating a positive story for their children-What comes first, the event, or the story?-Understanding the four part storytelling process-Improving the tone of the story we tell ourselvesPurchase Kindra's new book and learn more about her at https://www.kindrahall.com and on Instagram @kindrahallIf you enjoyed this episode be sure to leave a rating and review as that makes my day and helps the show grow tremendously. Thank you all for the continued support - Enjoy the show!

Haken: An Animal Crossing Podcast
Ep. 216: Our Hopes for ACNH in 2021 Kinda Came True!

Haken: An Animal Crossing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 70:02


2021 gave us a huge update for Animal Crossing New Horizons near the end of the year, but we weren't sure if it was really going to happen. Last year, we started off by discussing our hopes for New Horizons. Today, we take a look at what we hoped would happen to the game and see if any of it actually came true. After that, we discuss our new years resolutions around Animal Crossing. Finally, we ask our patrons what their Animal Crossing resolutions are for the year. Time Stamps: 0:00 - Theme 0:06 - Intro + Casual Chat 3:17 - New Art 8:28 - Our Hopes Kinda Came True! 30:52 - Our AC Resolutions 55:57 - Haken's Islander Corner 1:08:37 - Outro Announcements Featured Artist: NiniWanted Instagram: www.instagram.com/niniwanted Twitter: www.twitter.com/niniwanted Shop: www.niniwantedshop.com Website: www.jenny-lelong.com The Post Where We Found NiniWanted: https://twitter.com/NiniWanted/status/1399047000868409344 More Haken Communities: Twitter: https://twitter.com/HakenPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hakenpodcast/ Email: hakenpodcast@gmail.com Join the Haken Discord: https://discordapp.com/invite/wJTCMRK Support Haken on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/chuyplays Find Haken: An Animal Crossing Podcast on Podcast Platforms here: https://anchor.fm/haken-an-animal-crossing-podcast Follow Chuy on... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChuyPlaysNTDO Intagram: https://www.instagram.com/chuyplaysntdo/ Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/chuyplaysnintendo Follow Sergio on... Twitter: https://twitter.com/sergioalb64 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/sergioalb64 Follow Nina on... Twitter: https://twitter.com/GrizzlyCrossing YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1vZVkN0ZuzIvlNOysBUgOw --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haken-an-animal-crossing-podcast/support

Disrupted Faith Podcast
Jacob Was Kinda Trash! | Bible Study on Jacob and Leah

Disrupted Faith Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 82:34


Contact Us:Email: @disruptedfaithpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @disruptedfaithpodcastTwitter: @disruptedfaithFacebook: Disrupted Faith Podcast(NEW!!!) Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/disruptedfaithpodcast/

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
01-03-22 Tobin and Leroy Part 1 - HAPPY NEW YEAR!....Kinda

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 50:10


After an extremely disappointing end to the Calendar and sports Year we recap the action that went down during the new year weekend.  Following a tough Dolphins loss, the Miami Heat add to the suffering, but not before teasing us with an "All Nostalgia Team". Antonio Brown ends his season in the most Antonio Brown way. Leroy suffers from post traumatic balloon toss memories. The guys wrap the hour discussing if enough is enough in regards to excusing Tua's limitations.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kards & Konversation Cassie Durwin
Kinda Early Sunday Session 122022/9

Kards & Konversation Cassie Durwin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 73:39


New Moon in Capricorn Deer Message Labradorite STRENGTH INTUITION SERENDIPITY

The Midwest Marks Podcast
BROCK LESNAR VS BOBBY LASHLEY...KINDA -WWE DAY 1 PPV REVIEW

The Midwest Marks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 58:47


Yes we know we don't really cover WWE content but it's a brand new year in 2022 the first episode should be something completely fresh and WWE has a new pay-per-view so let's check it out and see what went down! --- 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/markout/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/markout/support

The Cloud Pod
147: Goodbye 2021, A log4j kinda year

The Cloud Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 77:19


EDITORIAL NOTE: Your Cloud Pod hosts are on vacation until early January!! Enjoy our 2021 wrapup and look ahead to 2022 and we'll be back in your Podcast feed mid January!  Justin, Jonathan, and Ryan are minus Peter in this episode as they review the year in cloud computing. A big thanks to this week's sponsors: Foghorn Consulting, which provides full-stack cloud solutions with a focus on strategy, planning, and execution for enterprises seeking to take advantage of the transformative capabilities of AWS, Google Cloud, and Azure. This week's highlights

Chillin N Spillin
Droppin Drinks Ep. 49 Fast Food, Kinda

Chillin N Spillin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 18:01


Joe and Randy take a break from the news and talk about everybody's favorite food to hate.  They discuss some popular restaurants in their own sick and twisted way.Check out all the story links at our websitehttps://chillnspillpod.wixsite.com/oddnewsFollow us on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/chillnspillCheck out our Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/chillin_n_spillinpodcast/See our Twitter https://twitter.com/NSpillinYou can also find us at https://chillnspill.buzzsprout.com/Check out YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVKMcZwMEHHul1tX91749JAYou can email us or submit a question atchillnspillpod@gmail.comDon't forget to like and subscribe!!!

Getting Mouthy: ONE more TREE HILL podcast
S1x11 - "The Whole Nice Guy Thing is Wearing Kinda Thin"

Getting Mouthy: ONE more TREE HILL podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 107:26


Though the old saying goes "all Peyton and no Brooke make Lucas a shitty boyfriend," in this week's episode Lucas is everywhere Peyton is: raking his way through her kitchen in the morning, reading while she draws in the library, and butting in on father-daughter time with Papa Peyton, while Brooke grows increasingly insecure over their lack of emotional connection. Meanwhile, Nathan takes a break from basketball to get Haley drunk at the beach while Dan and Deb go to counseling in hopes of saving the wreckage that is their entire life together. Brooke strips to vintage Maroon 5, Haley blows chunks in Dan's lap, Peyton bonds with her father, Baby Jenny sucks on dirty ass keys, and Dan, the eternal narcissist and all around demon from hell, has an actual fatherly moment with Nathan in the end. Though not our *favorite* episode, we sure did have a lot to say about it in between rants about Lucas' poor behavior and bad choice of tattoo (#yabasic). Join us for some plot-driven, character-obsessed, OTH commentary! And now for some real fun, follow us on Instagram @gettingmouthypod, Facebook @gettingmouthy, and Twitter @GM_1TreeHillPod for episode discussion and top tier OTH memes! If you feel so inclined, leave us a review wherever you listen to podcasts!

The Girly Girl Podcast
life lessons from a (kinda) influencer

The Girly Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 41:43


Carmen shares lessons she's learned from having an online platform with her podcast (aka this one) and social media. She shares the reality of getting hate comments and how you can feel more confident in yourself. Special Mentions: ⭐️ Get 10% off Better Help: http://betterhelp.com/girlygirl Don't forget to check out: ⭐️ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegirlygirlpodcast/ ⭐️ Tiktok: http://www.tiktok.com/@thegirlygirlpodcast ⭐️ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/caraacarmenblog/ ⭐️ Email: thegirlygirlpodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegirlygirlpodcast/support

SGP Radio Her
life lessons from a (kinda) influencer

SGP Radio Her

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 41:44


Carmen shares lessons she's learned from having an online platform with her podcast (aka this one) and social media. She shares the reality of getting hate comments and how you can feel more confident in yourself. Special Mentions:⭐️ Get 10% off Better Help: http://betterhelp.com/girlygirlDon't forget to check out:⭐️ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegirlygirlpodcast/⭐️ Tiktok: http://www.tiktok.com/@thegirlygirlpodcast⭐️ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/caraacarmenblog/⭐️ Email: thegirlygirlpodcast@gmail.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegirlygirlpodcast/support

FML FPL
Ep. 328 - On to GW20 - Lifestyle Podcast

FML FPL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 51:48


Kinda low energy burnt out vibe on this one but we cover some stuff and sorta look ahead :). All our links: https://linktr.ee/fmlfpl 00:00 - Intro / admin. 01:13 - How'd we do in GW19? No league updates. 09:31 - Spurs v. Crystal Palace 16:39 - Arsenal. 27:11 - xAntibodies again. 29:15 - Big up top? And Chelsea. 32:10 - Red pilling Brighton. 36:04 - Broja and Dawson and West Ham. 40:28 - Leicester. 44:40 - Our teams and transfers and captains. 49:13 - Anus slap(s) and outro.

MCU Rewind
It Kinda Works - Punisher S1 E2

MCU Rewind

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 42:55


In this episode we chat about Marvel's Punisher! Episode 2 - Two Dead Men You can find the complete plot on Wikipedia here (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Punisher_(season_1)#Episodes)

Small, Small YouTube Channels Talk
Reflecting on Christmas & the END of the PODCAST?!

Small, Small YouTube Channels Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 59:19


Could this be our last episode? Kinda. Not really.

Nerds of a Certain Vintage
Episode 152: Quivers Are Kinda Dirty

Nerds of a Certain Vintage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 120:43


In this episode, Andy and Patrick do their book club on the season of Hawkeye.  They make some very cringey jokes about quivers, which they are both very sorry about.

Major League University Developmental Podcast
Champions School Podcast Christmas Special

Major League University Developmental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 28:42


FOLLOW @ProjectSandlot and @MajorUniversity ON TWITTER WEEKEND ROTATION NEWSLETTER SIGN UP LINK : https://majorleagueuniversity.us20.li... Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/qGJENm9FKQ **************************************************************************** MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY! Season 2, Episode 21: Just Us – A Christmas Special Presented by Major League University. Christmas is my favorite holiday, hands down. The joy I get from being around my family is unmatched. Kinda how I feel about working here! This week it's the boys chatting about the holidays. What are our family traditions, best and worst present, and Byler--tell us how you really feel about gingerbread houses. This one was a fun one just shooting it with the boys. We hope it brought you some smiles. Happy Holidays from our family to yours! **************************************************************************** Baseball. Mindset. Leadership. Culture. Peak performance. College. Athletics. NCAA. Sports. Podcast. Champions School. Ray McIntire. Austin Byler. MLB. Major League. Major League University. Christmas. Gingerbread. Stockings. Tree. Fun. Presents. Home Alone. Christmas Vacation.

Handi-Cast
Handi-Cast Episode 180: The Handi-Cast Kinda Christmas Special 2021

Handi-Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 37:14


In this weeks adventure the Captain and Thor give you one more Christmas present: THE HANDI-CAST KINDA CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! We unwrap the amazing Disney Plus series Hawkeye with a SPOILER FILLED chat! Then we go through what we loved in pop culture in 2021 and what we are looking forward to in 2022! MERRY MERRY Y'ALL!!!

Tavern Chat
Marmoreal Tomb Goes to Print in January PLUS a Far West update (kinda)

Tavern Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 10:55


It's the tale of two Kickstarters. Both very late. Both announcing the time for release is finally near. Why do I believe one, and not the other? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/support

In Love with the Process | Filmmaking | Photography | Lifestyle |
EP165 | XMAS DIRECTING SPECIAL: BE YOUR OWN KINDA WEIRD (w/ Christine Celozzi)

In Love with the Process | Filmmaking | Photography | Lifestyle |

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 116:14


Actress & director Christine Celozzi joins In Love with the Process podcast host Mike Pecci -->IN STUDIO

Sports Stuff w/Jim & Muff
SSJM 109 - NFL Drama - Boppin to the Beat - (Kinda) Quick Thoughts

Sports Stuff w/Jim & Muff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 120:18


The NFL drama is starting to build and our guys try their best to break down where they think it will all sort itself out, including in the bunched up AFC North (2:50). The Beanbag Bop has LOTS to chat about this week (30:16) while Jim, Muff and Alex talk about the bowl games that have been and will be (51:44). Finally, Quick Thoughts isn't as fast as it has been, but listen in for great points/counterpoints by Jim and Muff (1:18:51).

ASAP: another shawn allen podcast
A Christmas Episode... Kinda

ASAP: another shawn allen podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 21:47


This podcast was brought to you by, MerchOnMerch.com http://merchonmerch.com FOR FREE SHIPPING USE CODE: ASAP http://twitter.com/shawnallenlive http://instagram.com/shawnallenlive http://twitter.com/hearasap http://instagram.com/hearasap

Kinda Cute
Kinda Cute -Ep. 113- See ya Chris Noth, A Haim x Swift Bday Party and the Baby Bar

Kinda Cute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 39:32


Kinda Cute is a podcast about The Cut by New York Magazine and niche pop culture/internet culture.  On this week's ep: *I love Sex Lives of College Girls plus some Chris Noth thoughts *Leo DiCaprio made it so Meryl Streep didn't show her hiney? *To be a fly on the wall at Alana Haim and Taylor Swift's B-Day *Kim Kardashian passes the baby bar!   Articles Discussed: https://www.thecut.com/2021/12/dont-look-up-leo-dicaprio-had-meryl-streeps-nude-shot-cut.html   https://www.thecut.com/2021/12/kim-kardashian-west-passed-the-baby-bar.html   https://www.thecut.com/2021/12/art-basel-party-report-playboy-cardi-b-and-nfts.html   https://www.thecut.com/2021/12/taylor-swift-alana-haim-birthday.html   Legit: Ponaris Nasal Emollient: https://bit.ly/3mjehc3   https://neoncowboys.com/products/glow-mask I have an affiliate code Use code BAILEYFORE at checkout for 10% for a Neon Cowboys Code  YewYew Code: Cute pipes at yewyewshop.com/baileyevin Use code BAILEYEVIN for %15 off!   Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! or at https://ratethispodcast.com/kindacute YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AdncAo8wXIAR-WZq6Vbnw?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/baileyevin/ https://www.instagram.com/kindacutepodcast https://www.instagram.com/gurgipom xx, bailey evin

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva
12 - 17 - 21 SNOW IS COMING AND WORK FROM HOME IS KINDA NICE

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 6:43


12 - 17 - 21 SNOW IS COMING AND WORK FROM HOME IS KINDA NICE by Maine's Coast 93.1

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
We (kinda) gift you a box of See's Candies

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 16:49


Need a quick, yummy gift for Christmas or any other occasion? For generations of Californians, the answer has been a box of See's Candies. With stores that sport a black-and-white checkerboard design and offer a galaxy of sweets — chocolates, peanut brittle, butterscotch lollipops — the South San Francisco-based company is nostalgia in a box or bag.Today, L.A. Times food columnist Jenn Harris talks with host Gustavo Arellano about See's on the occasion of the chain's 100th anniversary. And you'd better believe some taste tests are involved. (What's that white-chocolate one that Gustavo has never liked?)More reading:Is See's Candies the best in the world? It's certainly the most memorableEverything you ever wanted to know about See's CandiesTimeline: 100 years of See's Candies

The Refined Collective Podcast
I Kinda Suck at Dating: A 2021 Reflection

The Refined Collective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 61:56


Thank you Newsstand Studio at 1 Rockefeller Plaza for providing a place for me to record this episode for y'all! No more Brooklyn closet recording!!!   It's here: the final episode of 2021. Last years final episode was about how dating has changed in 2020. (You can listen to that episode here.) I have felt recently exactly what the title says: that I kinda suck at dating. So I wanted to be honest with you about what I'm moving through. I struggle with what to share and when to share it with you. I really want to honor my own process and I also want to be vulnerable with where I'm really at. So here goes it.    Teaching From Scars I always try to teach from my scars and not my scabs, but maybe I've taken that too far and used it as an excuse to put walls up and not be vulnerable. I normally wouldn't even tell you that I had a dating relationship this year that didn't work out. But I decided to share it on Patreon a little while ago. And now I want to share it with you.   Where I Went Wrong   I'm so used to being in community with women—I forgot what it felt like to have a man in my life. It was completely out of my comfort zone. I didn't realize how many walls I had up until I tried to get to know one. I liked him so much, but I was terrified to let him know. I was afraid of rejection and became prickly, defensive, or always needed to be right.   What I Learned About Myself Honesty is different from vulnerability. I share my mind with everyone. I share my heart with like 3 people. I am comfortable sharing truth with the masses and women, but I withhold the truth with men. All I wanted was him to make movement towards me. But I would resist. I would hide my heart, stiff arm, and ninja warrior away from those bids and invitations. I put walls up. To me, this person was my dream person. But the timing was off. You can meet the perfect person for you, but if it's not the right time, it just won't work. This is a really hard pill to swallow. Timing is everything. I have so many unhealed wounds from my father. I brought my trauma into every interaction + conversation: you'll probably leave me.  The work is never done. The #1 thing to look for is willingness to grow vs. perfection Resources Here's that throwback blog post I mentioned about a breakup I had years ago. Listen to last year's podcast episode on how dating has changed here. Listen to last year's 2020 reflection podcast episode here. Check out Rockefeller Center on IG at @rockefellercenter and Twitter at @rockcenternyc I am such a fan of dainty, feminine, delicate jewelry. I also am a firm believer that the physical is always an invitation to the spiritual. This is why I am so excited to be partnering with NYC-based, female-founded jewelry company Satya. Satya means “truth” in Sanskrit and all of their pieces are designed to bring joy, peace, and hope. To dive into the beautiful world of Satya jewelry, visit www.satyajewelry.com and use promo code RC15 for 15% off your first order. We invest large amounts of money into our careers. But with things like love, we think “It'll happen when it happens,” and with things like kids, we think “I'll think about that down the road.” What if we were just as intentional about our reproductive health as we are our careers? Modern Fertility is an easy way to test your fertility with an at-home test at a fraction of the cost. Go to ModernFertility.com/refined for $20 off your fertility test.   This past year, I've been trying to perfect some recipes I can have in my back pocket when I have company. In all of these experiences, I realized how important it is to have good cooking tools. I just got a brand new knife set from Made In Cookware and it has been life-changing. Go to MadeInCookware.com/kat and use promo code KAT for 15% off your first order!

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Carly Fratianne - Muscian and Gravel Racer

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 46:02


This week we sit down with Carly Fratianne, musician and gravel racer. Carly turned a period of professional unrest due to Covid into a passion for gravel cycling. We look at how her miles and miles of riding led to artistic inspiration and to completing UNBOUND 200.  Episode Sponsor: Competitive Cyclist use code 'TheGravelRide' Carly's music: Lui and Wyd  Join the Ridership Support the Podcast Automated episode transcription (please excuse the typos): Carly Fratianne [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello and welcome to the gravel rod podcast. I'm your host Craig Dalton. For those long time, listeners, you may have noticed a little different intro music today.  [00:00:19] That's because on today's show, we're interviewing Carly  [00:00:23] That intro music was courtesy ever band. W Y D she also just recently released a music under the artists name, Louis.  [00:00:32] So why is Carly on the podcast today? Pretty valid question. If you ask me, [00:00:39] As you can imagine the pandemic has not been kind to musicians and people who earn their living, playing out in live stadiums, et cetera. Carly is one of those musicians who turn that kind of available time into something different. She became a gravel racer and actually completed. Unbound in 2021. I thought it was an interesting conversation. As you know, I love the fact that gravel is such a inviting community.  [00:01:08] And to hear Carly's story and her journey to gravel cycling, I just think is really interesting. And I thought it was a unique opportunity. At the end of the year to expose us all to a little new music. So i hope you enjoy this rather unique episode of the gravel ride podcast. [00:01:26] Before we jump into this week show, I need to thank this week. Sponsor competitive cyclist. Competitive cyclist is the online specialty retailer of gravel and mountain bikes components apparel and accessories Be trained, cycling standout brands like pock castelli pearl izumi in five 10 it's unrivaled in-house bike assembly operation they bring the personalized attention of a local bike shop along with the selection and convenience only possible while shopping online. [00:01:55] As I've mentioned before, the real difference that competitive cyclists are the gearheads they're equal parts, customer service, cycling fanatics gear heads are former pro athletes, Olympians and seasoned athletes. With years of experience, all available by phone, email, or chat for product recommendations and hard won advice. I had a great experience with my personal gear head maggie but as i mentioned on the last episode is on the competitive cyclist.com site and i think i spent 45 minutes just cruising around looking at all the great gravel goodies over there. [00:02:32] I ended up way, overfilling my cart and had to edit it back down for my budget. But I got a few important, nice to haves and some critical maintenance items that I haven't been able to find in stock. Anywhere else says stoked to actually have brake pads. It turns out they're a very important component of breaking.  [00:02:52] Anyway, I encourage you to go check out competitive cyclists.com/the gravel ride. And two promo code, the gravel ride, and you'll get 15% off your first full price order. Plus free shipping on orders of $50 or more. Some exclusions apply. I mentioned the other day that I placed the order in the morning and saw it actually got a shipping notification that afternoon. So there's still time to get those holiday orders in.  [00:03:18] Go right now and get 15% off. Plus free shipping@competitivecyclists.com slash the gravel ride. And remember that promo code is the gravel ride. Would that business out of the way, let's jump right into my interview with Carly.  [00:03:34] Carly welcome to the show. Hey, thanks for having me. I'm excited to have this conversation because it's going to be twofold. I get to talk to you about being an artist and a gravel cyclist, which is a unique position on the pod. [00:03:48] Carly Fratianne: It's a pretty interesting D person dish world too.  [00:03:53] Craig Dalton: Yeah, absolutely. Let's start by talking about, just a little bit about your background, both as an athlete and a musician, and then maybe we can talk about how the pandemic kind of brought them two together, for sure.  [00:04:05] Carly Fratianne: As an athlete. [00:04:06] I'd say I was fair to Midland in as a cross country runner in middle school and high school, but that was about the extent of my organized activities. There were some like childhood soccer, but nothing to clinical. And then I was always skateboarding and riding my bike around after school, in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio which was where I got my first taste of freedom. [00:04:34] And that's definitely. Carried with me for the remaining years of trying to just pursue that musically and I guess athletically, but I like to think of it more as adventuring.  [00:04:49] Craig Dalton: That's so funny how, like that. Baseline of endurance athletics, like running track or cross-country in high school or swimming. [00:04:58] So many people I talked to they do that and then they might not do anything for many years. And then they pick up the bike and all of a sudden they're like, oh wow, I already have this fundamental engine that makes me halfway decent as a beginner in this.  [00:05:10] Carly Fratianne: Yeah, totally. It definitely makes it like more immediately fun, I think, too, which like, you don't have to do so much the legwork, no pun intended, but to get yourself into a position where you can really like go out and do some serious efforts and then once you build on that, Kinda just like how cool are your routes? [00:05:32] Just like how much of this can you do before you get bored?  [00:05:36] Craig Dalton: Yeah, exactly. So it sounds like you laid the groundwork for adventure and at least an appreciation for the outdoors, but presumably given your vocation now, you were also pretty actively pursuing.  [00:05:49] Carly Fratianne: Definitely. Yeah, that was, I think that was probably my first real love. [00:05:53] I've been doing that since I was a kid as well. And that is what's driven me to explore, in a less. Less on the bike, but just in general, I think like the pursuit of, a new inspiration and new muse and just a different, like geographical place has always inspired and informed the art. [00:06:17] And I think thusly, like having cycling as like a. Like another means of propulsion is they're just so intrinsically woven  [00:06:26] Craig Dalton: together. And in the years prior to the pandemic, was that one, your kind of effort towards music and your kind of commitment and the number of hours was really spiking up. [00:06:37] Carly Fratianne: Yeah, for sure. I, so I was in w Y D and Southern were to time. Projects for me. And then I also, had I worked at a job as a screen printer and in Columbus, or I was, waiting tables. And we were gigging out, but I between the two bands, it was at least two or three weekends out of the month. [00:07:00] And just traveling as much as we could and Recording all the time. And that was a pretty serious time commitment there. And. It was no longer such a heavy presence from, due to the COVID lockdowns and stuff. It was, there was just like a lot of empty space there.  [00:07:20] Craig Dalton: Yeah. It must've been it's so shocking to have all those live venues, which in addition to playing, I'm sure you were an active participant in listening and going out to live events and knowing others in the industry, including my cousin, like just that dramatic. [00:07:35] Removal of that entire part of your life. I can only imagine how jarring it must've been.  [00:07:42] Carly Fratianne: It was crazy. If I'm honest, I don't even like really remember a lot of that time period. I would just like, so just like devastated and it's almost like I'm only now realizing like what like at serious, like depressive time that was personally. [00:08:01] But yeah, like the venues, in Columbus, they're all owned by people that we know, like they're like close friends and it's a very like tight knit scene there. Being worried about him, maybe they're not going to come back online or who's going to be able to make it through this. [00:08:15] Are we ever going to be able to do this again? It was a lot of big questions and really just nothing to do, but wait, see how it pans out.  [00:08:25] Craig Dalton: Yeah. And I remember certainly personally in the early days you were thinking, oh, weightings going to look like two weeks or a month.  [00:08:32] Carly Fratianne: Yeah. I remember getting so we had shows lined up, obviously like before the thing I was actually in Texas when the initial lockdown happened and I came back up to Columbus and we still had. [00:08:46] Between the two bands, at least a half a dozen shows that were scheduled to happen and within the next like month or two and yeah. A domino effect where everybody was trying to figure out if like what we needed to do to postpone things or like how to, work with the logistics. [00:09:02] And it would, he'd get emails from promoters. Yeah, I think. We'll schedule it again for next month or something, or we're going to postpone our tour date here for a month or two. And we'll see about whatever September, I don't even remember what the actual dates were, but then it was just like, everything just went to a screeching hole and it was like, okay, we're looking at 2024. [00:09:26] Okay this is happening now.  [00:09:29] Craig Dalton: Devastating. So when you're, as you're going through that moment, obviously, they've, they're like this big sense of loss and transition. Was the bike something you immediately, you sought out for solace or did you have to go through a process and then discover the bike again? [00:09:44] Carly Fratianne: You know what I is, it's actually funny. So I had just kinda started getting into doing some like more long distance stuff. In the, probably the year before, like the year leading up to it, I was riding, but it was mostly road riding. Cause I just didn't really know that gravel existed yet. I knew it existed, but I didn't know that there was like a community in Columbus or, in the world. [00:10:10] That was accessible to me. And I met some people in Columbus. One of them, I started work at a bike shop in Columbus called Velo science. And the owner, Jeff Clark. He was one of my first gravel buddies. And he introduced me to a bunch of people and there's actually the Ohio gravel grinders is a little community that yeah. [00:10:33] Craig Dalton: Yeah, for the frequent for frequent listeners. I've had Ray George on the podcast before and love, love all the effort that Ray and everybody involved in that community has put into Ohio and putting, just putting such great information out there for wannabe. Yeah, gravel, cyclists. It's  [00:10:49] Carly Fratianne: yeah, it's awesome. [00:10:50] That was how I started getting into it. I would just go, on ride with GPS and see what they had on their page. And there's always something that looked like fun and there's like you said, they're so like, informed and like the routes themselves are all uploaded with like awesome like notes and there's a huge dog here or bring a shit ton of water because there is none. [00:11:13] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I feel like there's one ride that there's a signature animal, like a donkey or something that you come  [00:11:18] Carly Fratianne: yeah. Donkey March Yeti. I, yeah, I was just seeing some friends when I visited him the other day, the thing is hilarious. I only, I knew he existed. But I never seen him. And I was on a ride one day. [00:11:32] I was training for Unbound with my friend, Melissa, and we were riding down this road out it's out in Homer is the little town. Okay. And we were just going down and I saw just like a F we okay to rewind for a split. Second, we had been chased by more dogs on this ride then like you would believe was humanly possible. [00:11:54] It was like five or six of them. And we were just, we were like pissed and stressed out. It was like, it was traumatic in a funny way that, you know, we as cyclists to understand. But. So we're coming down the road and she's a little bit in front of me. And I just see this flash of brown movement come from behind this like really thin tree line. [00:12:17] And I didn't see that there was like a wire fence or anything. I was just like, oh my God, Mel look out like screaming at her. Move cause she didn't see it. And I stopped the bike cause I realized it's not a dog and I didn't even know what it was. And this donkey just reached his head over the fence and uttered the loudest most hilarious, two minutes of sound. I have ever heard in my life. I wish I had recorded it. It was so funny and I just stood there and Mel just stood there and we were just like, what is this creature? Then obviously figured out that it was the infamous donkey machete. We felt really bad that we didn't have any extra food for him. [00:12:55] So  [00:12:56] Craig Dalton: I feel like that's a Ohio badge of honor to visit that donkey.  [00:13:01] Carly Fratianne: Gotta do it. Yeah, you got, it's really funny. Such a thing now that when we met him the first time, the. Came out with a huge carrot and was just like, oh yeah, I figured you guys didn't have any food for him. So I got to give him this. [00:13:17] Otherwise he'll just stand there and do that all day. He's just so used to the cyclists coming through she's we don't even really feed him anymore. Each just gets enough food.  [00:13:27] Craig Dalton: That's so funny. I'm sure Ray, who I'm sure you interact with would love to hear. Like the work that he and the community have done felt inviting, felt informative. [00:13:38] We talk about that so much on this podcast. Just the idea of the importance of locals, building community around gravel cycling, because it is intimidating, like even here and wherever you are, when you go out into the wilderness, like it's a little bit confusing, can be a little bit scary. It can be a lot intimidate. [00:13:56] When you're first getting into it. So having someone who's out there just putting information out there, and it sounds like their ride with GPS files are filled with, notes of where to get water and where the donkey is and all kinds of good stuff. It's such a powerful effort that locals can do wherever they are to put good vibes out there in the gravel. [00:14:15] Oh, my  [00:14:16] Carly Fratianne: God. Absolutely. And to, yeah to tap on your point about him being like intimidating in the wilderness and stuff. Like I was pretty, I'm a pretty small bodied female in. I think that I'm like, I was not brought up socialized to just go off into the wilderness like that and throw caution to the wind. [00:14:37] But, and I don't think that a lot of young girls are, or, young people in general these days and to. I have even just a little bit of guidance too, just to show you what you're capable of and help you get your foot in the door has built like an immense amount of confidence for me. [00:14:55] And I'm sure for plenty of other people and just knowing that you can go out there and like most of the people you meet are actually going to be pretty nice. And like you don't have to be afraid of coyotes usually. And there's just like a lot of. I don't want to say irrational fear, but like a lot of unchecked fear that kind of, if you can just get over it a little bit, you can get over it a lot, a bit. [00:15:21] And having the guidance of a community is like pretty crucial to getting over  [00:15:25] Craig Dalton: that first step. Absolutely. Yeah. I think once you get that right bike, that right. Gravel bike that's capable, even if your notion is that I'm going to start on the right. Then you start seeing little dirt paths and maybe you take a quarter mile on the dirt and you start to realize, yeah, not only am I capable of doing this, not only is my bike capable of doing it, but I'd like to do it more and it's better than the time I'm spending on the road and safer, et cetera. [00:15:50] Yeah.  [00:15:50] Carly Fratianne: It's safer. More interesting stuff. I always joke with my friends that I have to meet a new cow every day. It's like a hilarious little mantra of mine just to continue to explore, even if, you're landlocked in an area, just keep looking for more different stuff.  [00:16:09] Craig Dalton: Yeah. So in those early days of the pandemic, as you started to discover gravel riding a little bit more, it sounds like you're available time to explore also expanded because you weren't able to gig the way you were and maybe your other employment wasn't as as fruitful. [00:16:25] Carly Fratianne: Yeah. Yeah. It was a lot of long days. I did I did my first century ride. I don't even remember when that was. It was probably right about when I got back from Texas, I had been working at rogue fitness as a like assembly line worker. I was just like building squat racks for like the CrossFit scene. [00:16:51] I was, that was very hard work. And I like took a day. And I wrote a century ride with one of my friends Alex, who was the basis in Southern. And I had never done a ride that long before. And I was just like, oh my God, I can just go and spend the whole freaking day on the bike if I want to this is amazing. [00:17:10] And so I just started going out or like long days, at least a couple of times a week. I loved it. I just love I would listen to music sometimes, but I really just loved the solitude. And I hardly even rode with anyone. Like when I was first getting into it, I'm into like the longer rides. [00:17:29] And then I guess it was when I started riding with with Jeff that I got really super hooked on the gravel and just that sort of became the primary focus is just to find new roads and just get off of the, get off of the beaten path. So to speak,  [00:17:47] Craig Dalton: not that there were likely any events, but were you doing any events at that time or was it all solo riding or with friends? [00:17:54] Carly Fratianne: It was all similar writing and occasionally with friends they canceled all their races. I think I was signed up to do my first advantage. It wasn't a race it's called the tossers just stands for a tour this side of river valley. And it's it's 200 miles, but it's like in two days, so you get taken out and back a hundred miles. [00:18:17] And that was canceled. I was like training for that. When I was. Coming back from Texas. So that was going to be my first event and they canceled that. And then everything else just tumbled off  [00:18:31] Craig Dalton: during this period of time where you're getting all those miles in. What was going on with your kind of musical career? [00:18:37] Was it, were you working on stuff at the time? Does writing help you come up with lyrics or ideas?  [00:18:44] Carly Fratianne: Yeah, yeah, it's a lot of songs were written on a bike this past year. It's an amazing place to process. You get out there and you just have, the wheels spinning and you just start thinking about stuff. [00:18:57] And I tend to think really rhythmically when I'm writing lyrics. Okay. And something about being on the bike is just it's a really like good like rhythmic activity. So it I don't know why, but it just stimulates your brain a little bit. And so I was, yeah, I guess to, to answer your question, I was writing and recording like a little bit In had a little demo studio set up in the house that I was living at the time with my partner in the band, w I D a, we were trying to track stuff, but it was slow going, I wrote a lot that year, but I didn't really, I wasn't really, for any specific. [00:19:42] Purpose, like I haven't even really recorded a lot of that music and it was just a really like strange black hole of time, wherein it didn't really feel important to be making art that was like for a purpose. I guess that's just like the nature of like human crazies, but Yeah, it was mostly just for expression. [00:20:07] And I guess that like break period was informative to I think on I don't want to say better physical level, but there was something in my like, spirit that just deeply needed to just turn everything off for a while.  [00:20:24] Craig Dalton: Interesting. I want to come back to the gravel cycling side of things, but before we do the culmination and then this year in 2021, you've actually launched a solo project. [00:20:35] Is that correct?  [00:20:37] Carly Fratianne: Yeah. Yeah.  [00:20:39] Craig Dalton: Oh, yeah. Is that just personal curiosity? Is are there complexities, obviously you're continuing to work with WIDS as a band or their complexities and kind of managing those interpersonal relationships or was it pretty clear oh, this personal thing is, feels so different than it's a different expression of my art. [00:20:57] Carly Fratianne: It's you know what? It's a little bit easier than I thought it was going to be. Actually, I was worried about that too, but. Keeping communication open is always key. But I think also like it, this material that I was working on for when I started working on the Louis project was definitely very different or at least if it felt that way to me. [00:21:22] And I think I, if you asked anyone that was involved in the project, they would either project, they would probably agree. So I don't think there was a ton of I don't know there wasn't really much friction, but it is you bring up a good point that there were some conversations that had to be had. So yeah,  [00:21:38] Craig Dalton: that for the listener, you won't know this, but in the intro, I've played a little bit of the w Y D track that was shared with me. [00:21:46] And I'll just drop in right now, your need for now track under the artist's name of Louie and let the listener take a look at it. And. Awesome. [00:21:58] Yeah.  [00:24:33] Cool. So that was great. I, it's funny. I was playing it last night for my seven year old son and he yelled in from the other room.  [00:24:39] He's I really [00:24:40] Like. that song. [00:24:41] He's very he's very musical, so it's super cute. And he periodically yells things like that to me. So for the seven year old crowd, I guess you nailed it. That  [00:24:51] Carly Fratianne: is awesome. And got started from young.  [00:24:55] Craig Dalton: Exactly. Exactly. I'm sure it's going to be a cool journey and hopefully, you'll be able to get back to both gigging as a solo artist and back with the band. [00:25:03] Cause it sounds like that's where you really come alive on stage.  [00:25:07] Carly Fratianne: For sure. Yeah. I, it's been a lot of solo, small shows this year, so far which has actually been really nice. I do miss being up there and being loud. W I D is had the opportunity to play a handful of like bigger, full capacity shows. [00:25:24] And Madison is strange drug. I tell you what it'd be ended up there. It's the kind of energy that I feel really privileged to have gotten to experience even just in the years that I've been doing it. But yeah, there is a good intimacy with the solo thing. That's been enough to hold me over,  [00:25:44] Craig Dalton: yeah. Yeah. I I think a drug is probably an apt comparison because I imagine that it just feels electric to be on stage and in front of people and to feel the energy and the enthusiasm. Yeah.  [00:25:57] Carly Fratianne: Yeah. It's it's absolutely on paralleled. When you're, especially in a hometown show and you're in a room full of people that are like really stoked on what you're doing. [00:26:08] You can just feel the energy. It's like a force of nature and it just comes right back at you. And it's it takes days for you to be able to shake it off even really  [00:26:19] Craig Dalton: yeah. Now for the most awkward segue in podcasting history, talking about community and feeling that energy, I did want to come back to you did Unbound, which is crazy to think about, obviously you've been active your whole life and it's not like you're a new athlete, but to go from, Hey, I like this gravel riding thing to knocking out on. [00:26:41] It's quite a journey. So why don't you talk about like maybe how you got exposed to Unbound and what made you think it was a good idea to go for  [00:26:48] Carly Fratianne: it? Oh my God. Okay. This is I truly couldn't have recreated this. If I had to re-engineer my life it was just very happenstance. I knew of Unbound. [00:27:01] Just cause I had watched, YouTube videos of, cause I, once you get into it, you're like, oh my God this is crazy. Like these people do this stuff. This is just nuts. So I had watched a couple of videos about it and I was just like, man, like that is some wild shit. I don't even know how you can do that. [00:27:18] And. I was, I had just joined there's a cycling team called lady NAR shredders in Columbus. And obviously they were no amendments. We were just organizing smaller group rides or, going out and a couple of people at a time to just hang out and get to know each other. And I. [00:27:37] Meegan Gerkey who is, I don't know if she's still the, one of the administrators, but she was she was doing the recruiting and she sorta took me under her wing and helped show me a bunch of stuff, just about like how to do bike riding in a real, like more scientific way. [00:27:55] And then Melissa wick who had also just joined that year. And we were, the three of us were like the ones that were into the gravel the most. So we got together and did a gravel ride. It was cold. I feel like it was probably, I want to say December, maybe November, December of that, of the year before. [00:28:15] We had just all met and we're just riding or riding along, talking about stuff. And Meagan heads, she was set to do it in 2021 or 2020. Oh yeah, 2020. And then when it got deferred, she was going to do it the next year because they announced that they were going to have it. And Melissa had also signed up and they were talking about it and I was like, oh my God. [00:28:41] You guys just do that. You guys are going to do that race. Like you gotta be kidding me. And then they're both just you should do it too. And I was just like, okay whatever. So it was funny. The lottery opened like that. It was like that week. I think it was like a couple of. Later. And I like set an alarm on my phone and everything. [00:29:05] I like typed out my little submission and I sent it in and didn't really think I was just like, alright that's in there. And all known like a couple of months, I just keep riding my bike and whatever. And then I went down to Texas in, I think February late February. And it was just doing a bunch of training down here. [00:29:27] Cause it's nice out and it's boom, not snowing. I was able to keep getting some like longer endurance rides in without getting frostbite. And I got, I was like headed out to go camp in hill country and I got an email on my phone and it just said you're in. And I looked at it and I was like, oh shit. [00:29:48] Okay. All right. So immediately I called Melissa and me. I'm just like, okay, you guys we gotta get serious. Like we gotta go do this thing. And they're just like, oh yeah, whatever. So I went I spent another month in Texas and then I went back to Columbus and the three of us just started training like crazy. [00:30:07] And. Yeah, we were doing some really absurd rides, just trying to get as much gravel and as much distance as possible. And I think the training for that race was like some of the most fun I've ever had in my life. Just like the amount of like insane experiences that were had on bikes between the three of us is just I didn't, I wouldn't have thought it was possible to like, have that much fun and be doing a freaking bike ride. [00:30:39] Yeah. Then we did the race and we all finished and we were just like okay. That was crazy. And that what we do,  [00:30:46] Craig Dalton: how would, how did that feel lining up at the starting line with such an energy and large field at Unbound? It must've been crazy compared to what you'd been experiencing previously. [00:30:58] Carly Fratianne: Oh yeah. So my, I did my first race. It was a 50 mile race in Ohio, and then I did the gravel Locos race in Texas. So those were the only two organize events I'd ever done. And they were both like, super-duper small. Like the one in Ohio is I think I was the only person in my age, like in my wave for that And then the Heico race was like super small. [00:31:23] It was the first year they'd done it. Awesome. And then gravel Locos is awesome. But that too is just I don't even, they were like a hundred people or something there, and this was like nuts. Like you see like videos, people post of like the start lines at these events, but like you, when you have that, when you're in the middle of it, and this is just Unreal. [00:31:45] And to just to think if you've never done the event before, you're literally just sitting there, like you have no idea what to expect. All the training in the world could go out of the window in a second. Like it's just such an intense place.  [00:31:59] Craig Dalton: The interesting thing is like you think about gravel riding. [00:32:01] And for many of us, it's like a small group or solo affair. And when you're riding on a 12 foot wide gravel road, You've got a lot of room to pick lines, right? Your, you can go wherever you want. And then all of a sudden you join one of these events with a thousand people in it or more, you don't get to pick your lines. [00:32:18] Like you're 12 abreast on a 12 foot road, and you'd never know what's going to come up. I imagine in those first few miles, at least, right? Oh my God.  [00:32:27] Carly Fratianne: Yeah, there were, oh God, there were so many sketchy areas in the first 50 miles of that. I saw quite a few wrecks or near wrecks. And it, you're just like on top of each other and nothing employer is like just such an interesting mix of. [00:32:51] Perfectly graded, flat roads. And then just like the gnarliest, like it's just like a washed out Creek, but like no same motorist would drive a car on it, but it's like the same problem. And you're just like, how can this be? And when you're proud on top of each other, like you said, there's, you can't see any lines, let alone a good one. [00:33:11] So you're just. Holding the bars and like praying, you're just like bunny hopping from rock to rock. Just like hoping you don't get a  [00:33:20] Craig Dalton: flat. Yeah. Yeah. You imagine the PR pros and fast people at the front of the race trying to get out ahead of it. But when I'm doing these events and imagine like you there's no getting out ahead of anybody, like there's always going to be someone ahead of you and behind you. [00:33:33] Carly Fratianne: Oh, yeah, you're definitely just in the pack until the pack explodes and it can start, they can take a while to get get spaced out. It's it is it's super wild too. Cause you know, you ride the first half of that race and you're just like sardines and then, by mile one, 20 or. What you're like riding past people that are taking a nap, it's just such a different experience in the second half. [00:34:00] Craig Dalton: Did you spend a lot of time thinking about that second half and how to make sure you were fueled up and fit enough for it? Cause I imagine, the first half of the. Obviously like many of us can get to a hundred mile fitness, but beyond a hundred miles, it's both a different story from a fitness perspective, but also from a nutrition and hydration perspective, any corner you've cut is going to be a problem. [00:34:22] Carly Fratianne: Oh my God. Absolutely. That was, that was one thing that I really actually did have to train for. Specifically was like being able to like, take enough nutrition on the bike. Because you it's true, like you, your body it stops being able to like process things after awhile when you're working that hard. [00:34:41] And the heat is a huge factor that I think doesn't always get taking it in deep and as it shifts really quickly, and once you have started to dehydrate, you can. Really eat any more than what had guessed, which basically renders you in a state of almost bonking for like until you figure it out. [00:35:07] And I don't even, I had a couple of like really like weird, bad nutrition choices. But I think I was able to kind of phone it in a little bit as far as like being able to keep the food down. So the the actual training from a fitness standpoint was basically just a get as much gravel as you can. [00:35:31] And because. By the end of a hundred miles or whatever, you're like your whole body starts to just a it's it's like your legs are tired. Sure. But like also, like you're carrying your water on your back and you're just like riding up and down rocks. And everything is just like shaking around, like constantly. [00:35:51] And I had to just prepare for that by I guess just like doing rides with like fully loaded, even when I didn't need that water on my back. I would take the camera back with me. And then nutrition, I. I experimented with a lot of stuff, because I knew that I was going to need something that was not going to be like invasive to the gut. [00:36:12] And what Mel and I landed on was we made some of those recipes out of that scratch labs the portables book. Oh my God. It was amazing. Yeah. We just basically made like a bunch of different kinds of rice cakes and just wrap them in foil which it worked really well. And it was like super cheap. [00:36:31] I will say if I had to do that again, I would have probably brought more gels actually, because I was trying to stay off of them because they typically upset my stomach as probably most people tell you as well. I think between the dehydration, it was just like, it's got to be super hard to process solid food towards the end. [00:36:53] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I think to your point earlier, it's you need to have variety. Like when you're training rides, it's pretty easy to at least for me, like I can eat the exact same nutritional plans. For a five-hour ride every single week, like no issue whatsoever. But when you're talking about, anything beyond six hours and 12 hours, like you, you're just going to want to have different things. [00:37:15] And some of the things we talked about this before on the podcast, just this idea that, you're going to have horrible moments in these events sometimes. And that could be a mechanical moment. That could be like a gut moment or even a mental moment. And the important thing everybody's going to go through that from the professional riders to the last place person on the event, you just have to know that it will pass. [00:37:38] And the only thing you need to be concerned about is continually moving for.  [00:37:43] Carly Fratianne: Yeah exactly. And like the, yeah, I think the one 20 mile mark is like really where it starts to like, get real. That's when you just see people like, coming apart on the side of the road and you're just thinking wow, okay, what do I have to do to make sure that doesn't happen to me? [00:37:58] And as long as you're able to like, eat and drink, you'll probably be fine, but there's definitely a moment where. You just don't want anything like you just can't like, you just can't. And think of a single thing on earth. That sounds good. And your w your drink mix just makes you want to puke. Like I bought a huge bag of the strawberry lemonade scratch because it was my favorite flavor. [00:38:24] I was like, okay, this is great. I will have to buy a new bag of this for forever. I'm telling you by the end of this. I was like, man, I need to just get rid of this whole bag. Like I'll never be able to drink this shit again. It is. So just like sickly, reminiscent of a horrible feeling in my  [00:38:40] Craig Dalton: body PTSD by hydration,  [00:38:45] Carly Fratianne: literally. [00:38:45] Yeah. It was such a even still I still have the bag every once in a while. I'll throw some in my bottles. I share every time I'm just like, oh, okay. It's still just reminds me of that.  [00:38:57] Craig Dalton: Okay. So as hopefully we look forward to a future where your, know, your musical endeavors can become a bigger time in your life and we can get back to going to live music venues. [00:39:08] Are you going to continue gravel cycling? Do you have ambitions for 2022 to continue doing.  [00:39:14] Carly Fratianne: Yeah, I'm I'm not sure which I know I will probably, I will try and do Unbound again. I would like to beat the sun. That's a small goal, but as far as events go I'm less compelled to events this year. [00:39:28] And I will probably be spending a bulk of my time doing some bike packing. Right now, I'm in Texas, which is one of my favorite places to ride. There are lots of race routes and stuff that you can find that are, pre there maybe an hour out of town, but they're pretty accessible and it's all like ranch road. [00:39:46] So you can get, I you can go a day without seeing the. Really and it's, it's beautiful and it's temperate. So I'm going to spend some time down here and then I'm going to head out to Arizona and a little bit to do some bike packing on some of the the trails out there. I would, I will probably make an attempt at the monument. [00:40:09] I don't know that I'll do it all in one go. But if the weather holds out over the next couple of weeks, I'll probably see which one looks the most enticing and go for it.  [00:40:21] Craig Dalton: Awesome. That sounds amazing. We're happy to have you. I'm happy to have had this discussion. I love, I just love, it's just a great story. [00:40:28] The inclusiveness of gravel and how everybody's welcome. And whether it's doing events or bike packing, or riding with friends, like we want all comers to the sport.  [00:40:38] Carly Fratianne: Yeah. It's a, it's an awesome sport. It's like probably the most inclusive sport I can think of as far as any, fitness level can find something, any person of any age can find something you can just like. [00:40:57] Kind of make it into whatever you want. And I think that's the beauty of it is that, there, there are a few, there are a few barriers to entry. The only one really is do you have a bike? And is your spirit adventurous?  [00:41:11] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Awesome. I think that's a good place to end. Thanks Carly so much for the time. [00:41:16] Carly Fratianne: Thanks so much for having me, Greg.  [00:41:18] Craig Dalton: That's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. I hope you enjoyed this show. Happy to have your feedback. Obviously I'm not a master editor. So weaving some of that music in was a bit of a challenge for me, but it was a great conversation. I really enjoyed getting to know Carly and her journey into this gravel cycling community that we all love so much.  [00:41:42] Big, thanks to competitive cyclists for sponsoring this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. Remember it's promo code the gravel ride@competitivecyclists.com for 15% off. If you're looking to connect with me, I encourage you to come and join us in the ridership forum. It's www.theridership.com.  [00:42:05] And if you're able to support the podcast financially, simply visit buy me a coffee. Dot com slash the gravel ride. Continuing with the theme of this show, I'm going to drop in one of Carly's other songs, a full track for you to listen. It's the same one that we opened up with, but I'll let it play into its conclusion.  [00:42:26] As a peaceful way for you ending this podcast. Until next time. Here's to finding some dirt under your wheels [00:42:34] 

Contact Chai with Rabbi Lizzi
Shabbat Replay: When Dreams (Kinda) Come True

Contact Chai with Rabbi Lizzi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 23:03


“Don't smile because it's over, cry because it happened."⁠Why do we so often cry after a huge accomplishment? Why does it never feel truly satisfying when a dream comes true? What is honey times 60? Rabbi Deena unpacks Joseph's tears after achieving his lifelong dream. This sermon was from the Friday night service on December 10th. For full Friday services, click here. For upcoming Shabbat services and programs, check our event calendar.Learn more about Mishkan Chicago. Follow us on Instagram and like us on Facebook.Be sure to like and subscribe to our podcast for updates on new episodes, and please leave a review. We want to hear from you!Produced by Mishkan Chicago. Music composed, produced, and performed by Kalman Strauss. Transcript here

Hungover Sundays
December 12 Episode 66- Toto We're Not in Kan... Oh Nope, Definitely Still In Kansas

Hungover Sundays

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 97:28


Good Morning Everyone! Kinda back on a normal schedule and we even thought of a podium... The fellas talk about Jim Wooldridge, we know whatever, how we don't really know what to do on Saturdays now, Jay's a friendly traveler and Kansas Stuff! Let us know what you thinkHungoverSundaysPod@gmail.com@HungSundaysPod

Because I Wanna Know
94: Kinda Murdery Podcast host, Zevon Odelberg, tells a couple of funny stories and talks about his awesome podcast

Because I Wanna Know

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 30:57


To listen to Kinda Murdery, click here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/kinda-murdery/id1533998299 To donate to my show, "Buy Me A Coffee" here: https://linktr.ee/AuthorLeslieFear

The Dive Down
Episode 152: Is Historic History?

The Dive Down

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 114:54


It's another in our awesome series of top-tier Patreon request episodes, as we take on Mickey S's (no, the other Mickey S) challenge to explore the decks and metagame of best-of-one Historic on Arena. We played a bunch of fun decks and faced off against even more, and have a lot of thoughts on the format. Prior to that, we break down the Innistrad Set Championship and go over the announcement of Alchemy and its impact on Historic, and perhaps all of Magic. Thanks again, Mickey! The Break Down: Top 8s All Around The Dive Down: Alchemical Explanations The Dive Down, cont: Best of One, Best of All Become a citizen of The Dive Down Nation!: http://www.patreon.com/thedivedown Get 15% off your first 2 months of ManaTraders! https://www.manatraders.com/?medium=thedivedown and use code "thedivedown2021" Timestamps: 5:15 - Housekeeping 6:32 - Dave and Stan top 8 a store championship! 15:56 - Alchemy... is here 22:55 - The positives 32:14 - Kinda moving into the negatives here 41:05 - Some final takes 48:05 - The Dive Down begins - the Innistrad Set Championship 52:45 - The Top 8 57:17 - Best-of-One Historic - what's the difference? 1:02:00 - The decks of BO1 Historic - Heliod Lifegain 1:06:17 - Elves 1:08:53 - Gruul Shamans 1:10:27 - Izzet Phoenix 1:17:35 - Abzan Auras 1:21:24 - Azorius Auras 1:25:02 - Selesnya Humans 1:27:45 - Mono-W Humans 1:32:50 - Chonky Red 1:34:07 - Mono-Red Torbran 1:41:28 - The rest of the BO1 metagame 1:46:55 - Our thoughts on BO1 1:53:30 - Closing out Links from this week's episode: The Arena State of the Game article: https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/magic-digital/mtg-arena-state-game-alchemy-2021-12-02 Introducing Alchemy: https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/magic-digital/introducing-alchemy-new-way-play-mtg-arena-2021-12-02 The Innistrad Championship: https://magic.gg/events/innistrad-championship The Untapped.gg Historic tier list: https://mtga.untapped.gg/meta/tierlist?format=historic Our opening music is Nowhere - You Never Knew, and our closing music is Space Blood - Goro? Is That Your Christian Name? Watch us stream our episodes every Sunday night at 8pm Central: https://www.twitch.tv/thedivedown_shane email us: thedivedown@gmail.com (mailto:thedivedown@gmail.com) twitter: https://twitter.com/thedivedown

Pod Of Geauxld
BK Kinda Day

Pod Of Geauxld

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 56:51


The crew gets back together to discuss Brian Kelly settling in to Baton Rouge and everything around LSU Football this week. @podofgeauxld Podofgeauxld@gmail.com Patreon.com/Geauxld

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
Prayer for the Fallen #535

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 77:10


Bow your heads and raise a glass to those who've fallen on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Matt & Shannon Heaton, House of Hamill, Gaelynn Lea, Jon Pilatzke, Eireann's Call, Gerry O'Connor, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Christine Collister & Kevin Burke, Jesse Ferguson, Jen Midkiff, Achill Crossing, The Darkeyed Musician & Grimwater, Thom Dunn, Steel City Rovers, Marc Gunn, Matthew Dickerson I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show on social or with a friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If a song or tune inspires you, please support the musicians. You can buy their CDs, digital downloads, shirts, pins, stickers and songbooks. You can follow them on streaming or see their shows. You can support more and more Celtic musicians on Patreon. And of course, I always appreciate it when you drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Every week, you can get Celtic music news in your inbox. The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. SPECIAL REMINDERThis is the last podcast of new music for 2021. We will be back on December 16 with a Flashback episode with some favorite songs picked by our generous Patrons of the Podcast. Join the patrons if you want to make a song request. December 23 is our annual Celtic Christmas show. We will close out the year with the Best Celtic Music of 2021. Next week there will not be an episode. Because you have from now until December 9 to... VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2021 episode.  Vote Now! THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:06 - Matt & Shannon Heaton "The O'Connor Donn's & The Morning Thrush" from Blue Skies Above 4:32 - WELCOME 5:50 - House of Hamill "The Sneezing Loon" from Folk Hero 11:53 - Gaelynn Lea "Let It Go" from All the Roads That Lead Us Home 16:01 - Jon Pilatzke "The Canadian Set: Fisher's Hornpipe / Cotillon d'Avila LeBlanc / Reel du Forgeron (The Blacksmith's Reel)" from Amongst Friends 19:28 - Eireann's Call "My Ain True Love" from Tús 22:43 - FEEDBACK 29:32 - Gerry O'Connor "Mixing the Porridge (Single Jigs)" from Last Night's Joy 33:36 - The Merry Wives of Windsor "The Lads of Sailor Town" from Come One, Come All! 36:08 - Christine Collister & Kevin Burke "The Two Trees" from I Am of Ireland / Yeats in Song 39:43 - Jesse Ferguson "Strike at the Whale" from Sea Shanties 42:32 - Jen Midkiff "Eriskay Love Lilt/Eleanor Plunkett (feat. Amy McNally)" from All in Good Time 48:35 - THANKS 52:05 - Achill Crossing "Fighting Men from Crossmaglen" from The Rising of the Moon 54:51 - The Darkeyed Musician & Grimwater "Ghosts of the Fallen" from Illumina 1:00:45 - Thom Dunn "The Boys From County Cork" from Forfocséic, Volume 1 1:03:35 - Steel City Rovers "Old Caledonia ft. Iona Fyfe" from Grand Misadventures 1:07:24 - Marc Gunn "Bring Me Home, Boys" from Sci Fi Drinking Songs 11:11:10 - CLOSING 1:13:48 - Matthew Dickerson "Moment of Prayer" from When I'm Happy and I Know It The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. Subscribe through your favorite podcatcher or on our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster. Here, I share my love of Irish and Celtic music from around the globe with you. I hope you fall in love with one of the artists in this show. Because I'm also here for the artists. The artists in this show need your support. You can find a link to all of the artists, along with show times for each song when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. Today we're paying tribute to the fallen. The title of this episode was inspired by a couple tracks in the show. Originally, I was thinking of soldiers. But with nearing 800,000 deaths due to covid, I thought we'd also pay tribute to all the people who fought and continue to fight for their lives whether from war torn nations or bravely working in healthcare, or the day-to-day concerns about a dreadful virus that has impacted so many people. I pray that each and every one of you is safe through the holidays and long into the new year. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out at least four times a month. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get to hear episodes before regular listeners. When we hit a milestone, you get an extra-long episode. You can pledge a dollar or more per episode and cap how much you want to spend each month over on Patreon. And if you pledge $5 or more per episode, you'll also get the all new music-only episodes. I introduce the show, play non-stop music for nearly an hour, and then close the show. Plus, you'll get access to hundreds of free MP3 downloads. A super special thanks to our Celtic Legends: Dan mcDade, Carol Baril, Miranda Nelson, Nancie Barnett, Kevin Long, Lynda MacNeil, Annie Lorkowski, Travis Senzaki, Shawn Cali You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. LISTEN TO CELTIC CHRISTMAS DRIVING MUSICThe all-new Celtic Christmas Podcast officially launches this Sunday. It is a short feature on the Christmas music of Matt & Shannon Heaton. But you can already start enjoying their music as well as the music of 25 other bands on the second Celtic Christmas playlist of the season. This one is called Christmas Drive. It's upbeat, fun, and beautiful Celtic Christmas music to enjoy while driving to visit your family or friends this holiday season. You will find a link to the playlist in our shownotes. Please follow the playlist and share it to help all of these amazing Celtic bands. If you would prefer a podcast of that playlist with bonus songs, then you should join the Christmas Patrons. It's a separate Patreon page for folks who love Celtic Christmas music. But the music podcast is now exclusively available to supporters on THAT patreon page at patreon.com/celticchristmas. Subscribe to the show at CelticChristmasPodcast.com and help me develop a brand new Christmas podcast and playlist experience! TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com Remember to send in your Celtic Christmas celebration photos. David K. Hutchings emailed photos: "Aloha from Hawaii, I listen in a beautiful grove in the lush rainforest of Pololo valley. I  get out my tobacco pipe , light it up and turn your podcast on to share it with the trees and birds of the rain forest. Mahalo Nui Loa"     Darren Mahoney emailed on Patreon: "I'm driving to the Irish Music Festival in Ocean Shores Washington listening to your fine Podcast, as I roll into town Bill Mullen is singing on the Podcast. First Person I run into is Bill Mullen! He was happy to be on your show! What a great fellow and performer, I have an awesome photo of us in our kilts, Wish I could post it. ????" Mary Lynn Deal emailed: "Hi Marc, I really love that your show is around. I've checked out a couple of other Irish music podcasts and yours is the best I've found. Some folks are talking quite a bit between each song. Kinda disrupts the flow of the show. I'm usually crafting or working when I listen. Keeps me focused." Mary added later: "Hi again Marc, My daughter got to see a wonderful show a few years ago. It's called "A Celtic Christmas" By Tomáseen Foley. It is a wonderful story! You should check it out." Ken emailed: "Hey there Marc.   I came across your podcast by accident.  I became a member and am in the process of shifting through the treasure trove of music and information that is part of your podcast.  I heard on the first podcast I opened that you are a musician.  that became obvious when I went through the information and saw the CD that you have made available for sale. Now, do not get me wrong, I am going to ask a stupid question.  How do you make your money to support the undertaking you have embarked upon since (2008??). Second, do you go on podcast sponsored trips to listen to this music; or do you rely on bands sending in demo's.  I am not a musician at all.  I just love music.  Have taken a fancy to Celtic music as I like the heritage.  Will plan on visiting the Emerald Isle some time before I pass.  Can listen to Celtic Music just as much as Country music, New Wave, Classical, etc.  All depending upon the mood. Thank you for your time and Take care of yourself"