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The KGEZ Good Morning Show
F.H. Stoltze Land and Lumber professional forester and the Lands and Resources Manager Cameron Wohlschlegel 10-15-2021

The KGEZ Good Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 16:40


F.H. Stoltze Land and Lumber professional forester and the Lands and Resources Manager Cameron Wohlschlegel appeared on Glacier Bank Community Conversations on the KGEZ Good Morning Show with John Hendricks and Robin Mitchell on Friday October 15, 2021 to talk about the history of FH Stoltze, forest management and products made here in the Flathead by FH Stoltze.

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues
Rae‘s Owner Storms Back, DC Out of Touch, MU Lands Top Recruit, Chiefs Eye Linebacker

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 49:36


   Amanda Wohletz owns Rae's Cafe and she isn't taking any crap from anybody.  After Jackson County shut her business down for refusing to follow the stupid mask mandate in restaurants, she has up and moved.  A few miles down the road in Independence, there are no silly mandates and she plans to open the new store in two weeks.    Normally, the folks in DC are accused of "spinning" the news but we've entered a whole new era.  There's no spinning the border or the prices of everything you buy and the result is the curtain has been pulled down to show us all that these people are just completely out of touch.    Eliah Drinkwitz is having a bad year at Mizzou but he just got a whole lot of fans off his back when he got a commitment from East St. Louis wide receiver Luther Burden.  This is a big deal.    And the Chiefs have an eye on acquiring LB/DE Whitney Mercilus after Houston waves goodbye.  This could be a good pickup.

Become an IDOL
IDOL Success Story Jessica Oberto Lands Fortune 1 Role | 46

Become an IDOL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 40:38


In this episode, I'll be chatting with Jessica Oberto about her journey to land an instructional design role as the training manager at the biggest company in the world. When she joined the IDOL courses Academy, Jessica already had experience as an instructional designer. However, she wanted to enroll to shore up her foundation in the discipline and maybe land a new role. Not only did Jessica reach her goal, but she also exceeded it. Check out this inspiring IDOL journey with Jessica Oberto! Connect with Jessica Oberto on LinkedIn Learn more about the IDOL courses Academy

Real Organic Podcast
Michael Phillips: Restoring Degraded Lands With Biodiversity + Fungal Networks

Real Organic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 59:57


#035: Author, holistic orchardist, and fungal network devotee Michael Phillips shares his thoughts on promoting outrageous biodiversity to restore degraded lands and letting every part of nature play its intended role. To watch a video version of this podcast please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/michael-phillips-restoring-degraded-lands-with-outrageous-biodiversity-episode-thirty-fiveThe Real Organic Podcast is hosted by Dave Chapman and Linley Dixon, engineered by Brandon StCyr, and edited and produced by Jenny Prince.The Real Organic Project is a farmer-led movement working towards certifying 1,000 farms across the United States this year. Our add-on food label distinguishes soil-grown fruits and vegetables from hydroponically-raised produce. It also identifies pasture-raised meat, milk, and eggs as compared to products harvested from animals in horrific confinement (CAFOs - confined animal feeding operations).To find a Real Organic farm near you, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/farmsWe believe that the organic standards, with their focus on soil health, biodiversity, and animal welfare were written as they should be. But the current lack of enforcement of those standards is jeopardizing small farms that follow the law. The lack of enforcement is also jeopardizing the overall health of the customers who support the organic movement; customers who are not getting what they pay for at market but are still paying a premium price. The lack of enforcement is jeopardizing the very cycles (water, air, nutrients) that Earth relies upon to provide us all with a place to live, by pushing extractive, chemical agriculture to the forefront.If you like what you hear and are feeling inspired, we would love for you to join our movement by becoming one of our 1,000  Real Fans!https://www.realorganicproject.org/1000-real-fans/To read our weekly newsletter (which might just be the most forwarded newsletter on the internet!) and get firsthand news about what's happening with organic food, farming and policy, please subscribe here:https://www.realorganicproject.org/email/

The Analyst Inside Cricket
The Game Expands to far off lands

The Analyst Inside Cricket

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 29:56


As the World T20 begins with Oman v Papua New Guinea we explore cricket's development in unexpected locations See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Drone News Update
Drone News: New Blue UAS testing, Bird rescued with drone, Drug drone lands on police car, DJI 3s

Drone News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 5:32


This week in drone news, A new round of Blue UAS has started testing, a bird that was rescued using a drone, a drug-loaded large UAS lands on a police car, and DJI's latest announcement: Good things come in 3s. Blue UAS 2.0 A new round of blue UAS testing has begun. This round includes 11 vendors, such as Sense fly, Skydio, Harris Aerial, and Wingtra. The goal of this is to further expand the U.S. government's ability to obtain sUAS that are effective in their mission goals. We reported recently about how Blue UAS are not measuring up to the standards set by other consumer aircraft, such as DJI. Hopefully, Blue UAS 2.0 will help to expand the available aircraft for the government. https://www.diu.mil/latest/new-streamlined-option-for-dod-organizations-to-access-UAS Bird rescued by drone! This took place in Peru, a bird was tangled in a string that was attached to an electrical wire. Using a Mavic Mini or Mini 2, police attached a razor blade and cut the string. The bird fell onto a nearby roof where it was captured and taken to a wildlife rehab center. This goes to show there are infinite uses for drones! https://www.yahoo.com/now/pigeon-stuck-high-voltage-cable-160619176.html Drug-loaded drone lands on police car A man in Georgia is facing charges after being found near a prison. The story gets more interesting when police noticed a drone that came and landed on top of the investigating deputy's patrol car. This drone was loaded with drugs, cellphones, and other contraband. Police say the man was attempting to make a contraband drop at the prison. Looks to be a DJI Matrice 600 https://www.wrdw.com/2021/10/11/man-charged-after-contraband-carrying-drone-lands-deputys-patrol-car/ DJI's Good things come in 3s Based on the image included in the post DroneXL is reporting that the likely release of products from DJI will be A DJI Osmo on October 20th The DJI Action 2 on October 27th The Mavic 3 on November 5th No more info as of now, but we'll keep you posted! https://dronexl.co/2021/10/12/mavic-3-release-date-dji/

The Deuce & Mo Podcast
Kings wrap up preseason with win over Lakers & Morgan lands her dream gig at NBC Sports California

The Deuce & Mo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 80:16


Deuce and Mo kick off the podcast discussing the news about Morgan joining the Kings TV broadcasts on NBC Sports California and what it means to her (1:40), they also give their first thoughts on the Kings win over the Lakers in the preseason finale and what jumped out to them in the preseason games (13:09). The NIGHT CHAT portion (34:00) hits on the Kings rotation and depth, how Bagley fits in and the challenging start to the season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Futurum Tech Podcast
IBM Global Business Services Lands Major 5G Deals with Telefonica and DISH

Futurum Tech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 4:24


For this vignette of a recent episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast, Part of the 5G Factor series, analysts Ron Westfall and Shelly Kramer explore the collaboration of IBM Global Business Services with Telefonica to modernize Telefonica's 5G core network platform built with IBM Cloud Pak for Network Automation, Red Hat OpenShift, and Juniper Networks Apstra and QFX technology as well as DISH Network's selection of IBM to help automate what the company is touting as the United States' first greenfield cloud-native 5G network.

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
After One Hundred Winters: America's Stolen Lands

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 71:26


After One Hundred Winters confronts the harsh truth that the United States has thrived on land violently taken away from Indigenous people. Settler historian Margaret Jacobs asks what reconciliation might mean in light of this haunted history. She argues that we have much to gain by learning from our history instead of denying it, even as she lays out the brutal legacy of systemic racial injustice to Indigenous people. Jacobs also explains how early attempts at reconciliation were only successful in further robbing tribal nations of their already reduced land holdings and forcing their children into abusive boarding schools. True reconciliation, she insists, can only emerge through Indigenous leadership and sustained relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people rooted in specific places and histories. In the absence of an official apology and a federal Truth and Reconciliation Commission, a movement for transformative reconciliation is unofficially underway that puts Indigenous land rights, sovereignty, and values at the forefront. With historical sensitivity and an eye to the future, Jacobs urges people to face the past and learn from it, and once they have done so, to redress past abuses. MLF ORGANIZER George Hammond NOTES MLF: Humanities SPEAKERS Margaret Jacobs Professor of History and Director, The Center for Great Plains Studies, University of Nebraska–Lincoln; Author, After One Hundred Winters: In Search of Reconciliation on America's Stolen Lands In Conversation with George Hammond Author, Conversations With Socrates In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on October 6th, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Two Minutes in Trade
Two Minutes in Trade - Bill on Deforested Lands Leads to Ban Imports

Two Minutes in Trade

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 3:53


Bill introduced to ban imports of goods produced on illegally deforested lands doesn't engage the trade community to help address the problem of deforestation. Listen for more on today's Two Minutes In Trade.

Ladies Who London Podcast
Ep 56 - Rotherhithe - Prince Lee Boo & Omai, from far flung lands to London life

Ladies Who London Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 50:32


Emily has kept it close to home this week with the story of Prince Lee Boo, who lies buried in Rotherhithe, and Omai, the second only Pacific Islander to visit Europe. Two different men from far flung lands chose to travel to London - what will their fates be? Will they return home, or will they stay in the vastly different metropolis of Georgian London? We take a look at these two men, and find out why they came here, and what they became. Plus we find out who won the Podcast Pedestal, and we spin the Wheel of Destiny to find out where we are going next. WE HAVE A NEW WEBSITE! Check out www.ladieswholondon.com and take a look at the blog which accompanies each episode, plus links on how to get in touch and what we are all about.  Get in touch! Instagram; @ladieswholondonpodcast Email; ladieswholondon@gmail.com Websites; www.ladieswholondon.com  www.guideemily.com and www.alexlacey.com/podcast where you can also book for our virtual and real life walking tours. Thanks to Susie Riddell for our voiceover jingles www.susieriddell.com and our jinglemeister Ben Morales Frost, can be found on www.benfrostmusic.com See you next week Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Weird AF News
Parents try to fire principal for listening to Iron Maiden. Meteor lands near lady's face.

Weird AF News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 14:46


Parents in Canada want a principal fired for listening to Iron Maiden. Woman wakes up to a hole in her roof and meteor on her pillow. Couple tried to sell military secrets in a peanut butter sandwich. // Weird AF News is the only daily weird news podcast hosted by a comedian because I believe your daily dose of weird af stories deserves a comedic spin. Show your SUPPORT by joining the Weird AF News Patreon where you'll get bonus episodes and other weird af news stuff http://patreon.com/weirdafnews  - WATCH Weird AF News on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/weirdafnews - check out the official website https://WeirdAFnews.com and FOLLOW host Jonesy at http://instagram.com/funnyjones or http://twitter.com/funnyjones or http://facebook.com/comedianjonesy or http://Jonesy.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast
Meteor Lands on Woman's PILLOW!

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 7:19


Talk about a close call!!! A meteor crashed through a woman's roof and landed right next to her head!!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On NBA
Ben Simmons Lands in Philly, Latest on Kyrie Irving and Zion Williamson

Locked On NBA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 33:26


Wes Goldberg and David Ramil break down the news that Ben Simmons is back in Philadelphia and what this latest development means for the 76ers. Also, the Brooklyn Nets prepare for life without Kyrie Irving and why Zion Williamson may not be ready for the start of the New Orleans Pelicans' season. Follow the Locked On NBA Podcast 

Our 2 Cents
GRUDEN OUT!!!! BEN SIMMONS LANDS IN PHILLY!!! NFL WRAP UP!!!

Our 2 Cents

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 42:33


Locked On Auburn -  Daily Podcast On Auburn Tigers Football & Basketball
Auburn football falls to Georgia, lands new commitment

Locked On Auburn - Daily Podcast On Auburn Tigers Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 34:36


On today's Locked On Auburn, Zac Blackerby is joined by Lindsay Crosby of NewsTalk WANI. The guys talk about Auburn football's loss to the Georgia Bulldogs and what it means going forward. They also discuss Auburn recruiting as the Tigers land Drew Bobo. Also, why did Auburn fall in the rankings so much? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sly Flourish's Lazy DM Prep
Lazy DM‘s Companion Kickstarter 2nd Q&A

Sly Flourish's Lazy DM Prep

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 60:41


Mike goes through more questions for the Lazy DM's Companion Kickstarter! Links Back the Kickstarter Contents 00:00 Start - About the Kickstarter 02:09 Any modifications based on upcoming D&D changes? No. 04:05 Will the Companion be useful for non-D&D games? Yes! 05:05 Can you show the book in action? Yes! Next time. 06:33 Will the spiral-bound Workbook be available post-Kickstarter? Yes! 07:36 Really? No Stretch goals? Yep, no stretch goals. 09:04 Will the PDFs come through DriveThruRPG? Yes! 09:22 Will we get the PDFs of existing books right away? Yes! 10:00 Will the digital versions include existing ePubs? Yes! 10:44 Can we get the physical versions of the "Fantastic" book add-ons? Not through the Kickstarter. 11:52 Is the Companion "Done"? No. First draft is done. 13:02 Can we see what the books will look like? Not yet. 13:30 Can we add audiobooks as add-ons? Unfortunately, no. 15:00 Can I print maps for my own private use? Yes. 15:17 Can I give away extra digital copies? Yes. 16:02 Can we get the digital art as a download? Yes. 17:41 Will these questions get added to the FAQ? Yes. 18:09 Will there be a retailer pledge? No, but... 19:16 Will the printed books be available on Amazon? Yes, eventually. 20:19 Will Return look like Babar in hardcover? No. 21:17 Going to any conventions this year? No. 23:05 How different are the printed books from PoD? Nicer! 25:03 Experiences with Off-set Printing? Too early to say. 29:12 Plans for different languages? Not at the moment. 31:30 How do you plan to cope with the next 21 days? It's great! 35:48 A look at the TOC and design of the Companion 37:03 The Lands of the Fey page and design 42:51 Turning a 1d20 list into a 1d400 list 45:23 Useful guidelines and generators each in a single page 48:00 Not re-creating existing guidelines 49:36 Monster templates 57:57 Can I mix and match physical and PDF orders? Yes!

Sly Flourish's Lazy DM Prep
Lazy DM‘s Companion Kickstarter 2nd Q&A

Sly Flourish's Lazy DM Prep

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 60:41


Mike goes through more questions for the Lazy DM's Companion Kickstarter! Links Back the Kickstarter Contents 00:00 Start - About the Kickstarter 02:09 Any modifications based on upcoming D&D changes? No. 04:05 Will the Companion be useful for non-D&D games? Yes! 05:05 Can you show the book in action? Yes! Next time. 06:33 Will the spiral-bound Workbook be available post-Kickstarter? Yes! 07:36 Really? No Stretch goals? Yep, no stretch goals. 09:04 Will the PDFs come through DriveThruRPG? Yes! 09:22 Will we get the PDFs of existing books right away? Yes! 10:00 Will the digital versions include existing ePubs? Yes! 10:44 Can we get the physical versions of the "Fantastic" book add-ons? Not through the Kickstarter. 11:52 Is the Companion "Done"? No. First draft is done. 13:02 Can we see what the books will look like? Not yet. 13:30 Can we add audiobooks as add-ons? Unfortunately, no. 15:00 Can I print maps for my own private use? Yes. 15:17 Can I give away extra digital copies? Yes. 16:02 Can we get the digital art as a download? Yes. 17:41 Will these questions get added to the FAQ? Yes. 18:09 Will there be a retailer pledge? No, but... 19:16 Will the printed books be available on Amazon? Yes, eventually. 20:19 Will Return look like Babar in hardcover? No. 21:17 Going to any conventions this year? No. 23:05 How different are the printed books from PoD? Nicer! 25:03 Experiences with Off-set Printing? Too early to say. 29:12 Plans for different languages? Not at the moment. 31:30 How do you plan to cope with the next 21 days? It's great! 35:48 A look at the TOC and design of the Companion 37:03 The Lands of the Fey page and design 42:51 Turning a 1d20 list into a 1d400 list 45:23 Useful guidelines and generators each in a single page 48:00 Not re-creating existing guidelines 49:36 Monster templates 57:57 Can I mix and match physical and PDF orders? Yes!

Mac OS Ken
Mac OS Ken: 10.08.2021

Mac OS Ken

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 21:47


- Dutch Authorities Deem App Store In-App Purchase Structure Anticompetitive - Paddle Presents Itself as In-App Purchase Alternative - Japan's FTC Investigating Apple and Google Over OS Dominance Issues - Multinational Taxes in Ireland Likely Headed to 15% - iPhone 13 Lands in More Countries - SellCell Survey Sees Disappointment from Respondents in iPhone 13 - Latest Round of Apple Betas Out to Public Testers - Classes Underway at Detroit Apple Developer Academy - Apple TV+ App Lands on 2016/2017 webOS LG Smart TVs - Apple Picks Up “Foundation” for Second Season - Apple TV+ Posts First Trailer for “The Afterparty” - “Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show” Shows Up in Early November - Notion - One workspace for your startup! Get up to $1,000 off at notion.com/startups - Upstart - Fair & fast personal loans. Learn more and check your rate at Upstart.com/macosken. - Power what we do next for as little as $1 a month. Join the Mac OS Ken Test Kitchen at Patreon at Patreon.com/macosken - Send me an email: info@macosken.com or call (716)780-4080!

Swamp247: A Florida Gators football podcast
UF lands 4-star, starts busy recruiting month hot

Swamp247: A Florida Gators football podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 33:57


Florida will have several key prospects make their commitments in the next month. The Gators got the ball rolling on Wednesday night when they landed a commitment from four-star defensive lineman Jamari Lyons. Swamp247 recruiting analyst Blake Alderman breaks down what the latest member of the 2022 recruiting class brings to the fold for Florida. He also previews some of the upcoming decisions from other key UF targets. Finally, Alderman and Thomas Goldkamp take a brief look at this week's Vanderbilt game and discuss what they'd like to see from the team as a bounce-back following last week's loss at Kentucky. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Capitol Pressroom
Entrepreneurs on tribal lands test marijuana gray area

The Capitol Pressroom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 9:49


October 8, 2021 - New York Times reporter Jesse McKinley visited a Native American reservation in upstate New York, where local entrepreneurs have begun selling marijuana, which is allowed under state law, but contrary to the plans of tribal leaders.

Beer and Broadband
Episode 8: Tribal Lands and Broadband

Beer and Broadband

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 71:06


The Beer & Broadband Roundtable series is a virtual discussion series bringing together leaders in the broadband and infrastructure space to share their thoughts without egos, agendas, or selling. In this podcast, we're talking about Tribal Lands and Broadband. We have joining us: Justin Roller, CIO at Bonfire Infrastructure group Mariel Triggs - CEO at MuralNet Dion Reynolds - IT Manager/ Director at Rosebud Sioux Tribe Jesse Archer - Co-Founder at Payahuunadu Alliance

Planet Mikey
145: Dwight Evans lands on the planet

Planet Mikey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 38:55


Mikey is joined by Red Sox legend Dwight Evans to talk about his amazing career. Mikey makes the case for Dwights inclusion in the hall of fame. Dwight talks about the disappointment of not winning a World Series. Castiglioke is taken over by a new voice.

DM-Nastics
Episode 37 - Ya Basic Lands

DM-Nastics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 23:21


Welcome to DM-Nastics - the gym for Dungeon Masters to work out their minds! Content: Lands that are anything but basic! Inspiration: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Lifting Partner: Noordin Ali @WerewolfFeels Twitter: @dmnastics DM Neal's @joatmoniac Sage's @StaffofSage Instragram: @dmnastics Discord: discord.gg/8TFY6Hx Intro/Outro provided by: @bomBARDedcast Check them out at bombardedcast.com

The Pinball Network
The Pinball Show Ep 77: BIG CGC News, Lyman Lands, Queen Rocks, & Connecting The Dots

The Pinball Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 87:35


The Pinball Show Episode 77: BIG CGC News, Lyman Lands, Queen Rocks, & Connecting The Dots   Host: Zach Meny Special Guest Cohost: Greg Bone   - Vacations & Carnivals - Chicago Gaming Company (CGC) Announce Lyman Sheats & Josh Sharpe Joining Cactus Canyon Remake Team - Lyman Is Now At....? - Connecting The Dots: An Analysis Of What's To Come In Pinball  - Paying For Code Enhancements - QUEEN Pinball Is Revealed By The Pinball Brothers - Stern Pinball Production Updates - NEW CODE: Halloween - GNR Price Increase - Pinside This Or That?: Dialed In LE OR Jurassic Park Premium - Pinball Market Trends - Deals Of The Week - TPN Last Week - TPN This Week   Good For Pinball, Bad For Crybabies: BUY A SHIRT FROM FLIPNOUTPINBALL.COM   BIG NEWS THIS WEEK AT TPN! Follow, Like, & Subscribe To The Pinball Network (TPN)    email: thepinballnetwork@gmail.com website: thepinball.network facebook: facebook.com/thepinballnetwork twitch: twitch.tv/pinballnetwork youtube: youtube.com/thepinballnetwork instagram: @thepinballnetwork twitter: @therealTPN review: thisweekinpinball.com/the-pinball-show/  

Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon
Crown Lands - White Buffalo (The Definitve interview)

Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 23:35


Fantastic Canadian duo - Crown Lands discusses their fabulous new EP White Buffalo and answer the question "do you use tracks when playing live?" Help support the show. Please consider a donation: https://www.paypal.me/MitchLafon See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MTGCast
Faithless Brewing: Slime Time! Modern Combos with Slogurk, the Overslime

MTGCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 67:43


Season 11, Episode 9: Brew Session (Slogurk, the Overslime) + Flashback (Teferi, Who Slows the Sunset)   Creatures above two mana have a hard time breaking into Modern, but Slogurk, the Overslime just might have what it takes. The leaves-the-battlefield trigger is worth three cards, which you get no matter what happens to Slogurk. The Ooze even comes with a built-in way to bounce itself, protecting itself from removal and cashing in on those three cards.    Broadly speaking, Slogurk asks us to 1) Put lands into the graveyard, then 2) Get lands back from the graveyard. We need to find cards that enable this efficiently and profit from the effort. This will take us into the Lands space, as well as synergies with Graveyard recursion and self-mill space. We also need to decide if we want to trigger Slogurk's leaves-the-battlefield effect ourselves, or be content with relying on our opponent to kill Slogurk.    The list of Modern playables that feed into these synergies is very long indeed, so we'll need to do our research to unlock the secrets of this ooze. We've got five new decklists with Slogurk to try to find a home for it in Modern. Slogurk is oozing with potential (sorry, had to do it) so let's see what it can do! **** Like our content? Support us on Patreon and join our brewing community! **** Decklists for this episode can be viewed at FaithlessBrewing.com ****   Timestamps Brew Session: Slogurk, the Overslime [4:38] Rules notes [7:49] How powerful is Slogurk? [11:02] Words of caution [13:13] Main play patterns [15:16] Sacrificing lands [17:50] Self mill [19:46] Discard outlets [22:05] Cards with similar payoffs [24:44] Landfall payoffs [26:20] Bears Go Brrrrr by Dylan_mtg [32:58] Goryo's Vengeance [38:06] 4c Landfall by Mordeka1ser [41:13] 4c Titania Knightfall [47:11] Bant Value Town Flashback: Teferi, Who Slows the Sunset [53:11] Bant Teferi BTL  

Faithless Brewing
Slime Time! Modern Combos with Slogurk, the Overslime

Faithless Brewing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 67:43


Season 11, Episode 9: Brew Session (Slogurk, the Overslime) + Flashback (Teferi, Who Slows the Sunset)   Creatures above two mana have a hard time breaking into Modern, but Slogurk, the Overslime just might have what it takes. The leaves-the-battlefield trigger is worth three cards, which you get no matter what happens to Slogurk. The Ooze even comes with a built-in way to bounce itself, protecting itself from removal and cashing in on those three cards.    Broadly speaking, Slogurk asks us to 1) Put lands into the graveyard, then 2) Get lands back from the graveyard. We need to find cards that enable this efficiently and profit from the effort. This will take us into the Lands space, as well as synergies with Graveyard recursion and self-mill space. We also need to decide if we want to trigger Slogurk's leaves-the-battlefield effect ourselves, or be content with relying on our opponent to kill Slogurk.    The list of Modern playables that feed into these synergies is very long indeed, so we'll need to do our research to unlock the secrets of this ooze. We've got five new decklists with Slogurk to try to find a home for it in Modern. Slogurk is oozing with potential (sorry, had to do it) so let's see what it can do! **** Like our content? Support us on Patreon and join our brewing community! **** Decklists for this episode can be viewed at FaithlessBrewing.com ****   Timestamps Brew Session: Slogurk, the Overslime [4:38] Rules notes [7:49] How powerful is Slogurk? [11:02] Words of caution [13:13] Main play patterns [15:16] Sacrificing lands [17:50] Self mill [19:46] Discard outlets [22:05] Cards with similar payoffs [24:44] Landfall payoffs [26:20] Bears Go Brrrrr by Dylan_mtg [32:58] Goryo's Vengeance [38:06] 4c Landfall by Mordeka1ser [41:13] 4c Titania Knightfall [47:11] Bant Value Town Flashback: Teferi, Who Slows the Sunset [53:11] Bant Teferi BTL  

MTGCast
Faithless Brewing: Slime Time! Modern Combos with Slogurk, the Overslime

MTGCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 67:43


Season 11, Episode 9: Brew Session (Slogurk, the Overslime) + Flashback (Teferi, Who Slows the Sunset)   Creatures above two mana have a hard time breaking into Modern, but Slogurk, the Overslime just might have what it takes. The leaves-the-battlefield trigger is worth three cards, which you get no matter what happens to Slogurk. The Ooze even comes with a built-in way to bounce itself, protecting itself from removal and cashing in on those three cards.    Broadly speaking, Slogurk asks us to 1) Put lands into the graveyard, then 2) Get lands back from the graveyard. We need to find cards that enable this efficiently and profit from the effort. This will take us into the Lands space, as well as synergies with Graveyard recursion and self-mill space. We also need to decide if we want to trigger Slogurk's leaves-the-battlefield effect ourselves, or be content with relying on our opponent to kill Slogurk.    The list of Modern playables that feed into these synergies is very long indeed, so we'll need to do our research to unlock the secrets of this ooze. We've got five new decklists with Slogurk to try to find a home for it in Modern. Slogurk is oozing with potential (sorry, had to do it) so let's see what it can do! **** Like our content? Support us on Patreon and join our brewing community! **** Decklists for this episode can be viewed at FaithlessBrewing.com ****   Timestamps Brew Session: Slogurk, the Overslime [4:38] Rules notes [7:49] How powerful is Slogurk? [11:02] Words of caution [13:13] Main play patterns [15:16] Sacrificing lands [17:50] Self mill [19:46] Discard outlets [22:05] Cards with similar payoffs [24:44] Landfall payoffs [26:20] Bears Go Brrrrr by Dylan_mtg [32:58] Goryo's Vengeance [38:06] 4c Landfall by Mordeka1ser [41:13] 4c Titania Knightfall [47:11] Bant Value Town Flashback: Teferi, Who Slows the Sunset [53:11] Bant Teferi BTL  

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Vault Collection Lands for 50th Anniversary, “Hey Disney!” Coming to WDW Hotel Rooms -NewsToday 9/29

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 23:52


Join Tom Corless for a news recap focused on Disney parks and resorts around the world. All this and more Disney Parks information and fun await you this week on the WDW News Today Podcast. To see the video of this episode, go to: https://youtu.be/jTfFY8aH5iY  

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Vault Collection Lands for 50th Anniversary, “Hey Disney!” Coming to WDW Hotel Rooms -NewsToday 9/29

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 23:52


Join Tom Corless for a news recap focused on Disney parks and resorts around the world. All this and more Disney Parks information and fun await you this week on the WDW News Today Podcast. To see the video of this episode, go to: https://youtu.be/jTfFY8aH5iY  

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EP 52 How Pro Land Investors Master Data | Land.MBA Podcast

Land.MBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 49:02


Last week on the Land.MBA Podcast, we talked about important skills that you need to succeed in the land business. In this episode, we are building on those fundamental principals and taking a deep dive into Data, the most important part of land business.  Are you looking to purchase land? Is your land not selling? Understanding the numbers and details about a property is key in determining if the deal will make you money or cost you big time. Today, we talk about the difference between number and data, how you can use data to find the best deals, how to clean your data for accuracy, and how you can use it to get the attention of motivated buyers.    Let's Connect  For coaching and courses go here - https://www.land.mba Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/land.mba/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/mylandmba   Transcript: Speaker1: [00:00:00] They say the data are like people getting interrogated, tortured hard enough and will tell you whatever you want to hear. Seriously, though, and our last episode, Dave and I introduced the five skills you need to pay the bills as a land investor. It's fitting that the first one is data. Data sits at the core of land investing. Do it well and you can make a lot of money with a lot less effort. Do it poorly and you can struggle to cover your mailing budget. In this episode of the Land MBA podcast, Dave and I are going deep on data what it is and how you master it to succeed in land. Speaker2: [00:00:57] Welcome to the Land NBA podcast on your host David  along with my co-host. How on earth are you doing today, buddy? Speaker1: [00:01:08] I'm I'm good. It's getting cold here. Got a sweaters and sweatshirts, and it's all is breaking out fast. [00:01:18] I know. Fire pit out in with some of my my men's Speaker2: [00:01:26] Group last night, and yeah, I brought a light rain jacket and it wasn't warm enough. It's the chill is starting to set in here too. Speaker1: [00:01:37] Yes, sir. Speaker2: [00:01:39] But we've got a hot topic today near and dear to my heart. The warm you up, especially, you're a data geek. Speaker1: [00:01:49] Exactly. Well, last time we we talked about the five skills. What did you say? It was the five skills you need to bill or something pay the bills. Five skills to pay the bills. So, yeah, so the first one of those is data. So data, it is. That's what we're going to talk about. And I can't think of anything more important in this business. I mean, there are five skills, but this is without this. The other ones just don't matter. Speaker2: [00:02:19] Right. It all starts, it all starts with data. Speaker1: [00:02:22] Exactly. Speaker2: [00:02:23] Being able to analyze it, being able to use it to your advantage. Speaker1: [00:02:30] Exactly. But before we get into the meat and potatoes of data, if you are enjoying this podcast and I hope that you are in getting some good value out of it, whether you're watching or whether you're listening to it on podcasts, on on iTunes or Google Play or Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts, or if you're watching it on YouTube, please like subscribe. Leave a comment. Let us know what you think. Let us know what you want to hear from us. It really, really helps us to deliver great content to you guys. And even if you don't love it, give us a five star review anyway. Just because we're nice guys. Help us out. All right. And with that, you will improve our data. So let's get to it. Speaker2: [00:03:16] Awesome. Awesome. So, Howard. Biggest question, what is data? Speaker1: [00:03:23] Data, what is data? Well, it's different kinds of information that are formatted in a particular manner, which then we can subsequently analyze and report on at some point. Speaker2: [00:03:37] So already? Come on. Speaker1: [00:03:40] That's the technical definition. I think that within our business, the way that most people immediately think of data is we get a list from the county, from data tree wherever we get it from. And and then we mail to that list. Well, that list represents data. It is made up of a set of records which have a number of fields of information, and we use all that to send mail and to connect with people without that data. We're going nowhere fast, so it starts with data even before we mail. We're using data because we're analyzing counties, and so we're collecting information about those counties in order to say, I want to mail to this one, but not to that one. That is a form of data analysis. Speaker2: [00:04:37] Very good. Unclear. Speaker1: [00:04:43] Clears wood, but it should be saying that in software, you've got two different things, you've got software programs and then you've got data. So the software programs are things that store, manipulate and use data, things like CRM systems, pricing systems, mapping systems, whatever they are. But in order for them to have any value, we have to feed in that data, which is the raw information that we're then going to manipulate with those systems, CRM or whatever, so that we can, you know, make use of it for our business. I mean, people like to call the land speed, for example, a CRM system, and to some sense, it is. But what one of the things that it really does, you know, at the most fundamental level, it's a place where we store or collect, store, manipulate and use data. That's fundamentally what it is. The rest is just icing on the cake. All right. Speaker2: [00:05:43] So. Why is this important and how to a land investor and how would they use it? Speaker1: [00:05:52] So I think a good way to think about it is something really relevant in today's world is with with with the whole all the emotion around COVID, you've got everybody saying, follow the science. Well, what is the science? The science is somebody. Hopefully somebody credible is doing a study. Hopefully, they're building a model for that study that would be credible. And then they are collecting data. And that's what science is. We observe and collect data and then analyze it so that we can understand the world around us. And it's it's no different here. So it helps us, whereas that helps us understand everything from the spread of a disease all as well as what different therapies and whatnot will help mitigate the spread of the disease. And our case, we're collecting data. And again, we're understanding markets or understanding pricing. We're able to, you know, comp and figure out what market values are. So it really is. It is the entire foundation of our business and it's used across everything. It starts with the county, you know, with county selection, it gets into the mailing, but it goes all the way through to sales. Before I do a sale, a final sale, I've got a pricing calculator and I'm putting all the numbers in and it's telling me, OK, if I if I, this is particularly true, if I'm selling it with seller financing, if I price it with this price at this interest rate, with this term, it's going to give me this ROI, this margin and this number of months to break even. And so I'm analyzing all the way through every stage of the business based on data. Speaker2: [00:07:42] Gotcha. So we use it to calm properties to prep our mailers. We're going to use it to validate the deals that come in to look at what kind of margins we need to make and price it accordingly based on what's out there, et cetera. So there's different. Stages, types and stages of data. Talk about that a little bit in regards to from, you know, acquisition and the analysis, cleaning your data, things like that. Sure. Speaker1: [00:08:19] So first, types of data, there's two different types. There's what they call quantitative data, and there's qualitative data. Quantitative data are things that can be measured. So for example, if you're looking at a property, you can measure the sides of the property a number of feet and then you can multiply that. You can figure out what the what the acreage is. You can figure out the elevation from the lowest point to the highest point. Those are all quantitative numerical facts that you can use to evaluate something qualitative would be its attributes. So that would be things like does it have trees on it? Is it hilly or is it flat? Does it have any water features? What is the zoning? And the interesting in both are very important both and in every aspect of the business, because what it allows us to do using that qualitative information is to get a better understanding of how a set of different properties might have something in common. And some of those factors, some of those qualitative factors are referred to, sometimes referred to as metadata. So for example, if I had a still shot picture of David here, that would be a picture. But the metadata around it might say that the picture was taken at such and such a time on such and such a date in Colorado, and it represents a picture of a bald man. Speaker1: [00:09:48] It's so then if I collect thousands and thousands of pictures, I can say, you know what, I just want to see a subset of pictures that are from people who are in Colorado bald and where the picture was taken in the last month. And then I get a subset of those pictures of of what puts them in common. Well, we can do the same thing in land. We can we can show a set of attributes that we think make a number of properties in common. Now it may be that they're in the same subdivision. It may mean that they're in the same zip code, location, whatever. But aside from those sort of government metadata pieces, we might do it based on attributes. So we might say, actually, what I'm looking for is I'm looking for land between this acreage and that acreage with trees on it with at least 50 percent flat. And you know, and a water feature, whatever, and then collect a set of properties like that. And that would be a cohort of properties. And those are the ones I would use to comp a property because they have the most attributes in common. So qualitative and quantitative. Speaker2: [00:11:00] And I would say that that is more of a quantity. It's, you know, the difference between qualitative and quantitative sometimes is also between the art and the science. We talk about this business being a lot of both. You know, sometimes it's more art than science because you talk about attributes and, you know, trees, flat part, you know, things like that. View's location may be valuable to one person and not the other as far as a buyer goes. And or, you know, they may wait it a little bit differently than than others. You know, how many times have you sold a property where you know you had a few people look at it and they didn't like it, and then the right person came along and loved it? It's it's very qualitative. It's art and science. So there's no there's no magic bullets, no matter how much you analyze stuff, but you've got to do is you've got to be as quantitative as you can when, especially when you're buying it. Speaker1: [00:12:04] So you'd like to be, you know, it's funny, my son is so into of all things metalwork. I mean, go figure, how that happened certainly apparently did not come from me. In fact, we went to a whole weekend of blacksmithing last weekend. He was so into it. So anyway, there's a new show on TV called Metal Smith Masters or something like that. And so we're watching it, and two of the contestants on this show had to work together in a team. And one is a guy that designs everything on a computer and then has, like a water cutter, cut exact pieces based upon the design he's created on a computer. He's really good with the numbers and everything else. The other gal is just an artist. She's like, Yeah, I think it should look like that. She just starts working on it. So completely right brain, left brain. But usually the best work comes from a combination of the two. I mean, if you are, it's sort of it's the same thing in business like, you know, you've got financial people. Everything is driven by the numbers and they can't sort of get their head out of the numbers to say, OK, well, what about relationships and what about, you know, sort of the the softer the goodwill and, you know, the softer aspects of value? You really need both. And that's that's true of data, too, and it gets back to this idea of quantitative versus qualitative. Speaker3: [00:13:19] These are some crazy times in the real estate field. Demand is high, inventory is low. If you're a realtor, a wholesaler or house flipper, you've probably noticed how hard it's become to find quality deals. This is why so many in our industry are looking at land as an outstanding way to add new revenue stream to their portfolio. Speaker4: [00:13:40] If you're listening to this podcast, you already know that land is a relatively unknown niche of the multibillion dollar real estate market with huge profit potential. Seriously, what other business delivers 200 300 a thousand percent return on investment deal after deal? Speaker3: [00:13:57] It seems hard to believe, but land really returns 100 to 300 percent commonly and sometimes over a thousand percent deal after deal and in the age of COVID. Demand for land has never been higher. Speaker4: [00:14:11] Many of our students have already created new revenue streams with land and added six figures to their incomes. Speaker3: [00:14:18] We've had clients who have achieved multiple six figures in their first year of business. Another pay for all his coaching and pocketed 15 grand on his first deal. Now, not everybody has these kinds of results, but they're certainly possible if you have the right instruction, the right support and highly experienced mentors. Speaker4: [00:14:40] You don't need another course that promises the moon and then delivers an elementary school education. You need a proven program suitable to your experience and ambition. You need a land MBA. The Land MBA is everything you need to blow it out in the land, business, courseware, mentorship, tools, community and even deal funding. Look, because you're here listening to me, you know that Dave and I don't hold anything back. That's a founding principle we've had from the beginning with the land MBA. You get everything we have to offer. There are no upsells, and now through popular demand, we have transformed our highly regarded one to one coaching program into a small group format at a fraction of the price. If you're ready to build a six figure income with the freedom of being your own boss, go right now to WW W Land NBA fortune. That's WW W Land, NBA fortune. Let us help you create your next path to wealth. Speaker2: [00:15:44] So talk about the types. Let's talk about the stages of data, and this, I think, gets into a little bit of the meat for the land investor because it's more about the process. Speaker1: [00:15:56] Yeah. So this is definitely not going to be a discussion of pure data science. I, I think I might have mentioned once before that when in my last corporate job, the first person I hired was a PhD data scientist and utterly brilliant. I'm still quite the novice in this area, but everything I know she taught me, so I probably will not be getting, you know, it won't be perfectly complete in my definition is maybe a little bit wrong. But what I tried, what I'm trying to do here is pull out those things that are meaningful to the in community and using words that I think would be meaningful to the land community. So the first thing that we want to do with data is acquire it. We have to get it from somewhere and we're probably not going out and getting it ourselves. So it's usually it starts with some kind of government data or some kind of an aggregated data, whether it's from a data tree or Zillow or from wherever. The next thing that we want to do is we want to clean that data and I'll go into all these in a little bit more detail. But the next thing we want to do is clean the data and that is so important. It's the one thing that I think a lot of land investors may not take quite as seriously as they should. It's definitely an opportunity for improvement. Speaker1: [00:17:20] And then the next thing we want to do is once we have clean data is we want to analyze it so that we can understand it. And that's where this whole qualitative and quantitative analysis comes in. And then we want to report on it or use it. So acquisition really starts with where are we getting this stuff from? So let's just say we're talking about a mailing list, right? We create a mailing list in data tree, right? I create this list for people all the time. At the end of the day, the next question you want to ask is worse data tree getting the data from. Well, they're getting it from the county. Well, how good's the data? That really depends on the county because they're they're actually the ones that are collecting it. So what is the data? The data represents their records of who owns what. So hopefully they're maintaining good records. But, you know, sometimes they're not. And and some, you know, a lot of times people pass away, people move. How well is that data maintained over time? You know, are they are they capturing that information? Sometimes good, sometimes bad. When we've, you know, for those of us that have been in enough counties and enough states, you know, we know that there are some places that just have great data like Florida's data is amazing, probably the best data in the entire country. Speaker1: [00:18:42] But there are other places where it's just not so good. I did. I was working on a deal in Costa County, Colorado, and give me an example of how data can really trip you up. Is what I if you want to know, the size of the property in Castilla. It's kind of a manual process. You have to go look into the legal description to find it. So I did that, and so I had and I had a V.A. do that, and so I sent my mailers out based upon that. Well, then I had an opportunity come in person, was all excited. And I went to the GIS system and I actually put a polygon on the property and the size of the property was an order of magnitude different than what was in the legal description when I pulled it up on the GIS system. So I called the county and I'm like, What's going on with this? It's like, Oh yeah, those two systems don't talk to each other. I think it's so I basically had priced the property on an incorrect size because that was what was in the data. So data is very imperfect and the more we clean it, the better it's going to be. So we need to be conscious of where we're getting it. I'll give you another example is I generally would never provide lists to people in the Carolinas and probably Georgia as well, because no matter when I when I click the buttons and say, look at I only want vacant land and then I'll say, Look, I want it where the living square foot footage is zero and I do all kinds of little things in there to try to make sure I'm only getting vacant land. Speaker1: [00:20:22] But invariably a lot of the data that comes back has a building on it. And that's just because the nature of their data and how it's presented, so it's so hard that I don't even provide lists there anymore. You know, if I was going to invest there myself, I would have to figure out how to overcome that. But just using like a data tree, it's very, very difficult. So that's acquisition. You want to know where where are your sources of data are? What it's going to cost, how you're going to get it, what format it's going to come in? Is it going to come in as an Excel spreadsheet? Is it going to come in as a CSV? Is it going to come as a PDF, as a word document data? You know, I've gotten a delinquent tax list and they're literally photographic PDFs. And the only way to get make anything value about it, you've got to give it to somebody like a VA and have them transcribing, which then leads to potential human error. Speaker2: [00:21:15] Right, right, you know, I had one of those same Castilla County when I was first starting maybe the third or fourth property I did and I missed that acreage thing and I actually so my offer was based on 40 acres. And after I bought it, I discovered it was about 20 acres. Speaker1: [00:21:35] Oops. Speaker2: [00:21:37] Yeah. Luckily, I bought it cheaply enough to where I was able to, you know, bail out of it and still make a little bit of money. But yeah, it could have been bad. Speaker1: [00:21:45] Yeah, so. So when you collect that data, if you just use it and you don't like, clean it up or check it, you could get yourself into trouble. And that's where that great little acronym comes in. Guy, go. Garbage in, garbage out. So all data, I don't care how good it is, needs to be looked at, needs to be cleaned up. And so that gets to the next step, which is cleaning the data. Sometimes in our business, we just call it scrubbing, scrubbing, but scrubbing is not perfectly. It's not the perfect word for it because a lot of times what we mean by scrubbing is I want to eliminate records that are not of interest to me. It's not my strategy. It's too expensive. It's the size is wrong, whatever it is. So I want to just have the columns. Yeah. Well, so formatting columns, that would be an example of cleaning, but refer Speaker2: [00:22:37] To the scrubbing. Speaker1: [00:22:39] Yeah, exactly. No, it's true. So it kind of scrubbing encompasses all of that. But normally cleaning would just mean getting the data in good shape. Right. So an example would be maybe you pulled the data down and has the entire mailing address as one field. So you've got this this the street city state zip, all is one field. But when you want to get to the mailing, the way you're mailing set up is you really want those in separate. You also I want one for street address, one for city, one for state, one for ZIP. So how do you break that up? And that becomes a whole kind of Excel formula exercise. But that's an example of of cleaning the data. The other the other. Another aspect of cleaning is is augmentation. Sometimes when you get the data, it doesn't have everything you need in it. And so you've got to find another source of data that has the information you need and then find a common key. So like maybe based on the APM, if they if these two data sets have the same APN, then I can take my first data set, create some new fields and bring in the extra data from the second data set Speaker2: [00:23:45] By skip tracing. Speaker1: [00:23:46] Skip tracing is a great example of that. You know, maybe I want to add email addresses and phone numbers into my data, right? Speaker2: [00:23:52] So maybe I want to do that because I want to do SMS campaigns in addition to to direct mail. Yeah, yeah, for sure. Very good. So we've talked about so we've got where where is data used in the land business? We talked about creating a mailer and scrubbing that data, cleaning that data. So. We want to use it for county selection area selection, pricing, property analysis, so in county selection, you know, state and county selection. What are some of the key pieces of data that we would use to decide on a place to invest? Speaker1: [00:24:43] I think that the answer to the number of answers to that question is equal to the number of land investors out there. I know how we do it and how we teach it. And I, because I like data, I like to get as comprehensive as I can. Some people think, you know, some people are, you know, a little bit more of let me throw a dart at the at the dart at the map and see where it lands. But I think that the two most important metrics I care about are how how active is the county with relationship to buying and selling raw land. And the second one is how fast are properties moving? Are they sitting for six months or are they selling rather quickly? Those two are head and shoulders above everything else. Everything else becomes qualitative. Right. So now I might say, what's the quality of the land there? What's going on? I shouldn't say it's not all qualitative, but what's going on in terms of job growth or unemployment. What's going on with the economy is what's going on with demographics are more one of the one of the metrics I always like is net migration, which would be the amount of people moving in versus the amount of people moving out of that county. Speaker2: [00:26:05] And let me let me just interject there because I think it's really important for the state as far as because I want to see sales growth in the county, right? Speaker1: [00:26:16] Absolutely. Activity, but Speaker2: [00:26:18] That county where people have bought a lot of recreational lots or lots that they want to do something, build something on some day, you could still have negative net migration in that county. But the county next door has or two counties over, which is kind of in that two to three hour perimeter for the vacation home for the weekend has migration growth. But the actual county that you're looking to buy in is could have negative migration. So that one is when you got to kind of take with a little bit of a grain of salt. Speaker1: [00:26:56] I think that's the interesting thing is we, you know, we didn't get into too much detail about how to do analysis and the reporting and all of that. There are many factors that can go into an analysis and then you can weight the factors and say this one's more important than that one and you can score. I tried to do this when I first got in the business. I'm like, Oh, I'm going to use data, I'm going to, I'm going to blow it out. And I created this massive, massive spreadsheet. It had every county in the country, all three thousand one hundred and fourteen of them. And then I collected I just pulled in all this information from the U.S. Census Bureau and Land Watch and from all these other sources. And I created this massive spreadsheet with all of these metrics, and then I waited each of the metrics so that I could give each county a score of what I thought would be like the perfect county for land. And then I could just fill. I could sort it, and then I can say OK in any given state. This is that this is the order of from the best of the worst. Or I could do it nationally and say this is from one all the way to three thousand one hundred and fourteen. And boy, that didn't work. Speaker1: [00:28:04] So but you know, you figure out what matters to you and sometimes, you know, and that's a really good point is, you know, I like net migration. My belief is that if a county has started out with the most important things, right, if it has a lot of activity, if properties are moving fast, then a positive net migration will only over time will only improve that. The other point that you made, which is which is great, is sales growth. You know, if you put those things together, then a positive net. If I have two counties that are kind of comparable in terms of activity and sales growth in the rest, and one has a positive net migration, when has a negative net migration, I probably would lean to the one that has the positive migration, but that's only if all things are equal. So you have to look at all of the different kind of factors and then in in the totality and then you can make a decision. And that's where that's where the human part comes in. It's about the analysis and you're looking at that data. Through the lens of your strategy. So two people could look at the same data based upon looking at five, six, seven different counties and come up with different conclusions based upon what their strategy is. Speaker2: [00:29:25] Hey, folks, people often talk about automating and outsourcing your land flipping business, but what does that really mean? Generic solutions leave it to you to figure out how to set up and maintain the automations. I've been running my land business on land speed for over three years because it's a total solution and allows me to focus on being a great land investor. Land speed was built specifically for land investing by land investor and with many of the most successful people in the business using it for years. It's evolved into one of the most feature rich solutions on the market. Some of the key benefits I get are being able to create and manage mail campaigns and neighbor letters. I'm able to automate tasks amongst my team, create contracts and deeds and email text or mail them within a few clicks. I can automatically capture sales leads from any lead source, including Facebook Messenger. Then it automatically pushes those leads into my sales funnel so that I can manually follow up, but they also go into my automated drip campaign. And since Lance Speed's a total cloud based solution, I can run my business from anywhere in the world with a phone, laptop or tablet. So if you want to. Turn your hobby into a professional, scalable business. Just go to land speed, techno forward slash Dave to receive one hundred and fifty dollars discount today. We've got that. Speaker2: [00:30:53] We've covered four county area selection, some of the some of the key metrics that we want to look at. And then, of course, obviously for pricing. And then once we get a deal in, we want to be able to look at so when you're pricing your your list, you're looking much more comprehensively at at the comp data. It. I mean, a lot of people will, you know, print a map and write down values on an area of map, a map and kind of figure out the average price per acre and go. And in those areas and then others will just, you know, price the whole county based on a price per acre. And, you know, throw enough dang on the wall and see what sticks and others will get down much more micro and price small areas on the map so they can get more accurate and more concise on their pricing. That's very time consuming, and I'm just going to plug a little tool that you make that I love to use for that. And it's called Price Boss, and it's very helpful for letting you capture a lot of data off of sites like Zillow and Lands of America and figuring out the median price per acre. Setting up your acreage splits and pricing it, and I find that tool invaluable really helps me nail down my pricing pretty accurately. Speaker1: [00:32:32] I appreciate that. You know, this is sort of the debate of neutral offers versus blind offers, you know? So in blind offers, you put forth a lot of effort before the mailing goes out. In Neutral offers, you put forth a lot of effort after the mailings go out. And but the trick is, you know, for me with pricing, when you're doing blind offers or even range to offers, the goal is to get as accurate as you can possibly get without killing yourself. Because you know that only half one at the match three percent of a list is going to convert. Most of them are not going to convert. So you don't want to kill yourself at the beginning. We've got to remember in our head what is the purpose of that letter? That letter, the purpose of that letter is to generate a conversation. Speaker2: [00:33:26] Yes, exactly. What you talking about is getting lost in analysis paralysis, right? You know, we can we can. We can over scrutinize and overanalyze the data. And I mean. It's something that you learn over time, because pricing Mailer's is is, you know, again, it's a lot of art mixed with science. And, you know, sometimes you've got areas where you've got lots of comparables and you can plug those in and feel pretty confident that you're in the ballpark. And that's just it. You're trying to get close enough to get people on the phone and have a conversation. And inevitably, I don't care whether you're going to piss some people off and it's just part of the business and you're going to price some way too high and get a bunch of calls like, Hell, yes, I'll take that offer. It's the best offer I've had in years, you know? And then you go and you look at it and you're like, Oh yeah, I screwed that one up, and then you try to walk it back. And you know, many times that's successful. Many times it's not. But you had a conversation. Speaker1: [00:34:38] Yeah, when I first got into the business, the guidance that I received was go find a couple of comps, you know, maybe five to 10 comps off of Craig's List, maybe LaneWatch, average them together. Figure out, you know, and then and then basically price your county based upon that, the whole county. And it was. And so you kind of had to. There was two primary methods back then. It was OK. Everybody in the county gets a $500 offer. Or everybody in the county gets a two hundred and fifty dollars per acre offer, and I just multiply it times the parcel size to get my actual offer. And in both those cases, it's just horrible. And what's horrible about it is it generates a ton of missed opportunity because what's going to happen in that situation is there will be a sliver of properties where your pricing is pretty close to being right. A sliver. And it was a reasonable chance you'll get a call from those people. Then there's going to be this huge group of people where the price is way too low. And they're either going to throw it in the trash or they're going to call you and tell you how much they hate your guts. Either case, you know, you're not getting deals out of it, and it kind of wastes some time and then you're going have this big group of properties that are way overpriced, in which case your phone's going to be ringing off the hook and you're going to realize you're not able to actually do those deals once you get into due diligence because those prices will not yield a profit. Speaker1: [00:36:10] So if you can get a very good ballpark right before you send your letters out, then fewer are going to end up in the trash can. And in the some of those that would have otherwise ended up with the trashcan may actually call you and you can get more deals out of it, and it'll save you a bunch of time because your phone's not going to be ringing with a bunch of deals that you're not going to be able to do anyway. So it saves time and it will get you more deals. The trick is to be able to do that without killing yourself, and that's why you need tools. There's there's a few different ones on the market right now. I think they're all pretty good. Obviously partial to to price boss. And the primary reason I'm kind of partial to price boss is because. Everything's everything is built on assumptions, right? So, for example, when you get a set of comps from Zillow or Lens of America or the county, wherever you're getting them from, some of those comps won't make any sense. Speaker1: [00:37:15] Right? Let's just say it was a family transaction. Ok, I sold this property for one hundred bucks. You know, it's worth $50000. That doesn't make any sense. Sometimes it goes the other way. Sometimes they're trying to shift for tax reasons. They move it to another entity, and so they sell it for some, for more than it's worth. That happens from time to time. Do, or sometimes a property sells just for more than it's worth. But it's it doesn't make any sense when you look at the larger market and those are called outliers, and you definitely want to pull outliers out before you do your full analysis and say, OK, this is the price per acre for this group of properties. What is an outlier and what isn't an outlier? Well, it's very difficult for machines to figure that out. It can be done, but it's built on assumptions. Sometimes those assumptions are right, and sometimes they're wrong. You brought what? You brought a real interesting up one time, Dave, about the situation where what happens if there are multiple properties on a single deed? It really screws everything up. Speaker2: [00:38:21] Yeah, yeah, exactly. So for example, you know, you'll see this on if you're looking at Zillow sold and if you have data tree up with with the sales and sales turned on, you may find a cluster of properties two or three or four or five properties I've seen that are sold very close to each other, and they have they all have the exact same price. Well, if you're just using an AI tool to scrape that data, you're going to let's say these, let's say you've got twenty five thousand dollars and you've got, you know, five properties that also for four, twenty five thousand, you're like, Oh, that's great. You scrape that in, well, the the the software is going to interpret that as, you know, twenty five thousand cops, twenty five thousand dollars each. And but if you if you click on them, for example, in data tree, you'll see that, oh, it was the same buyer for all of these. So they essentially bought all five of those properties for twenty five thousand. So your actual comp is five thousand. Right? And so that can that can fool you. And so that and I am not sure that some of these automated tools are taking that into account when it happens. You can do that in price plus, I mean, it still can slip by you, but it's something that you have an opportunity to manually manipulate that and delete those fields if it looks fishy, fishy to you. But it's something that I it fooled me. I didn't catch it until, you know, probably only about a year ago, and I've been in this business for six years. Speaker1: [00:40:12] So, yeah, I mean, when you talk about cleaning data, this is especially true in pricing because let's just say I've got two price two properties and they translate into the same price per acre. Well. If they are to properties and that's valid, what if they're the same property, it's just a duplicate data. It actually manipulates your number and makes it too high or too low because you're you're counting too many properties that that aren't real. And so that happens again, this it's important to understand where your data is coming from. So Land Watch Lands of America land a farmer, all the same company now and not all, but most properties that go into that system are syndicated across all the platforms. So if you pull data from Land Watch and from Lands of America, you're going to end up with a lot of duplicate data. Sometimes people just post multiple times. So what we did in price bosses, we set it up so that you can sort it, and it basically highlights where all your duplicates are. So you can look at that and say, Is this really a duplicate or is it not? If it is, you delete it again. You know, machines can do some of that, but it's built on assumptions and sometimes it's right and sometimes it's wrong. And if you don't have the ability to kind of go in there and put your own little decision making on it, you know, you get what you get. Speaker1: [00:41:32] I like I'm a bit of a control freak when it comes to data. I like to see it so. So I like to take that out. And then what? What what we do is we create a graph called a scatter plot in one on one access. It'll just have acreage. So it'll go anywhere, you know, can go from whatever range you put in there, but say zero to a thousand acres on on the x axis and on the y axis, it has price per acre. And so what you'll see is that across all the comps that you've collected, it tends to build clusters. But it also will show you on this on this scatter plot, those properties that are way, way up high or way way too low, and they're not part of any clusters. And those are most likely your outliers, so you can easily find them and make a decision, whether you keep them or or you get rid of them. And that's the cleaning part of it, and it takes a bit of time and effort. But the more you do it, the better you get at it and the less time it takes you. But once you've done it, boom, you know you're ready to get some very accurate pricing. And with that, hopefully you'll get more property, more deals and less wasted time. Speaker2: [00:42:40] Right. So I just want to bring up one more piece of data that I think is important that we for tracking and deciding where we spend our marketing dollars and in this business and that is, you know, tracking where your leads are coming from. If you are set up with the various sources, like if you have a Lancome account, you know you're going to have leads coming from the three different lands of America land and farm and land watch and then maybe use land flip. Maybe you do some Facebook and some Craigslist and any other source that you have. It's really good to measure how many leads are coming from from these sources and which ones have the highest rate of conversion as well. Like, we know that, for example, Facebook, you get a high number of leads, but the quality of lead may not be that great. And so it's really good to measure. You know, Facebook has become Facebook Marketplace and groups has become a very challenging place to market, and it now is very labor intensive. They flag you, they shut you down and and things like that. So, you know, I recently analyzed my my data on the number of leads, but not just the number of leads, the number of properties that we actually converted on Facebook and just decided it's not worth the effort anymore, at least not the way we were doing it. Speaker2: [00:44:16] And so I'd rather take the labor that I was paying, even though Facebook's free you get, even if you're, you know, paying a cheap VA, I was still spending, you know, two $300 a month on that VA for posting in Facebook. And so you have to take a look and go, Well, maybe it's more advantageous if I take that than a couple hundred bucks and and increase my exposure on land or land, flip and do some of their boosts there and things like that, or flat fee meals. So you want to be able to have a tool, a system that measures where those leads are coming from. I'm going to plug land speed again as that's all my leads come in and they automatically tick off the box. You know where, where the lead come from. And so I have a ledger on the left hand side that shows my my lead count. And then I can also show, you know, which which leads source converted. And that's a very good piece of data to track to know which is my best lead source, not just for leads but also converting them and where I spend my marketing money. Speaker1: [00:45:31] You know, it's a real it's just a really good point that you made, which is there's there's how many leads are generated and then how many convert. And so you collect the data. But when you get to the analysis and the reporting side of things it's about, we don't need to collect and analyze and report unless it's going to actually lead to decisions that improve our business. Otherwise you just doing it for the sake of doing it because you like data. That's all fine. But you know, we want to exert ourselves in ways that are going to improve our business. So, you know, it starts with asking the right questions. You know, if you start to say, OK, you know, what are the what channels are working best for me? What matters most? I mean, is it leads or is it is it conversions? While I would argue it's conversions. So that would, you know, that would be a great example of that. And yeah, so I mean, it all starts with asking the right questions. Speaker2: [00:46:30] Yeah. You know, because it all it all translates into labor as well, right? Because if I'm getting just like the Facebook example, if I'm getting a lot of leads, but none of them are converting, I mean, those leads got to be followed up, and some of them are just depends on how you handle your leads and how you rank them. You know, sometimes if they're just an email that came in and I just let it go to the auto responder if it's Facebook. But you know, if somebody gives me a phone number, they're getting a call, you know, so it's and they're getting a manual email on top of the auto responder. So, you know, if the lead quality is really crappy from a certain. Source, you either want to. Stop that source altogether or just, you know, put them on automation period and don't do a manual follow up. So all of these points of data are control how you operate your business and, you know, think about the parade or principle all the time, right? 80. 20. Yeah. Great point. All right, I think we beat the horse dead. Speaker1: [00:47:39] I love it. Well, this is an important horse. And if you don't master data and you don't, you know, if you've got kind of a background in this and you've played around on Excel spreadsheets and things like that, it's probably not going to be terribly hard for you to to master it within this business if you don't have that background. It's just one of those areas you want to make sure that you are. You are improving all the time because the better we are with data, the better this business is going to run. It's just there's just no way around that. It is, you know, one of the five most important skills to pay the bills. Speaker2: [00:48:19] All right. That was a great talk. We'll talk to you soon. Adios, everybody. Speaker4: [00:48:24] Yeah, we hope you enjoyed this episode. Had a bit of fun and walked away with some actionable insights that you can apply to your business. Dave and I have got some great content in interviews planned, so don't forget to rate and review. And of course, subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts. If we mention any interesting links or tools, you'll find them in the show notes to learn more about landed MBA. Visit our web site at Wait for it landing MBA. See you next time on the Land MBA podcast.  

Mac OS Ken
Mac OS Ken: 10.01.2021

Mac OS Ken

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 16:11


- Counterpoint Research Reduces Smartphone Expectations Due to Component Shortages - Apple India “Giving Away” Free AirPods with iPhone 12 Purchase for Diwali - Apple Releases Device Support Update for macOS Big Sur - Reports Have CarPlay Crashing on iPhone 13 - Reports Say Find My Missing Some MagSafe Wallets - Deadline: Apple TV+ Lands Jon Watts Directed Clooney/Pitt Thriller - Apple Opens Ratings and Reviews for Apple Apps in the App Store - Apple Watch “Series 0” Lands on Apple's Vintage List - Save 10% on Nebia products by using code macosken at https://nebia.com/macosken - Got a few minutes for "In a Few Minutes?" Look for Ken's other daily show, "In a Few Minutes" wherever you find podcasts - Power what we do next for as little as $1 a month. Join the Mac OS Ken Test Kitchen at Patreon at Patreon.com/macosken - Send me an email: info@macosken.com or call (716)780-4080!

OSOM First Hour
2021/10/02 – EM Imaging Team – China Lands Right Next to Stunning Martian Ruins, then– Runs Like Hell!! Why?

OSOM First Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 61:08


Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard – Ron – Kynthea – Ruggero Fast links to Bios:  Ron – Ruggero – Kynthea – Keith – Jon

Far Lands or Bust: Podcast Edition
Far Lands or Bust - #822 - Inspiration What?

Far Lands or Bust: Podcast Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 46:19


This is an audio version of Far Lands or Bust #822: https://youtu.be/ejC-9GE_Nao FLoB Season 9 Charity Fundraiser: https://tiltify.com/@kurtjmac/flob9 This podcast edition is presented thanks to support from fans at Patreon: https://patreon.com/kurtjmac Visit https://farlandsorbust.com to learn more about the series! Introduction provided by Phedran: https://www.twitch.tv/phedran Music: "Go Cart" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Prime Time Crime
73. R. Kelly Lands in Prison for a Long Time

Prime Time Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 18:16


Infamous R&B recording artist, R. Kelly, won't be flying after all. Kelly, whose real name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, was found guilty on all counts of sex trafficking and sex with minors by a New York jury. He faces decades in prison. prosecutors called more than 45 witnesses against him, the trial took six weeks of taxpayer's money, BUT the jury took just nine hours to convict him. To a defense attorney, that's a slap in the face. On this episode of Prime Time Crime, Katrina Daniel and her guest Criminal Defense Attorney, Joe Rosenbaum, dissect the R. Kelly case. Follow the show: Instagram: primetimecrime_ Twitter: primetimecrime_ External clip from (https://youtu.be/pafJHx-o21k) Host: Katrina Daniel Produced: Carmen Lucas Edited: Wyatt Peake In association with legalvideoconcepts.com

The Ramie Show
3PM: Devin Williams lands on the IL with a fracture to his pitching hand

The Ramie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 47:31


Ramie Show 3PM:Dan Plocher in for Ramie.  We react to the breaking news that Devin Williams fractured his pitching hand, causing him to land on the IL.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed
Business Beat: Reno Lands On-Demand Laundry App, Reno Startup Helps Fund New Tech Production

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 1:58


Here's the latest business news from around Northern Nevada, with Business Beat from the Northern Nevada Business Weekly.

Magic Our Way - Artistic Buffs Talkin' Disney Stuff
Quest for the Best: Magic Kingdom Lands - MOW #393

Magic Our Way - Artistic Buffs Talkin' Disney Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 106:02


We go on a quest to figure out which land in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World is the best. We compare each of the lands: Main Street USA, Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland. And, we use the following criteria: attractions/entertainment, dining, shopping, and theming/area music.  What did you think of our findings? Who was your winner? Let us know at show@magicourway.com. Your opinions are always welcome in our show. Seriously, every opinion is welcome.

HistoryPod
28th September 1066: William of Normandy lands in England

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021


William, duke of Normandy, landed in England to begin the Norman ...

Exploration Local
Green Race & Big Adventure in the Green River Game Lands, with John Grace

Exploration Local

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 66:06


The Green River Game Lands contains just over 18,000 acres of wilderness and lies along the Blue Ridge Escarpment in Henderson and Polk counties. It is home to the Green River which cuts a rugged chasm as it descends the Blue Ridge escarpment providing numerous whitewater sports opportunities like kayaking, canoeing, tubing, and fishing in wild trout waters. At its most impressive point, the Green River drops 400 feet in just over 1.5 miles running through a crevice known as the Narrows, which is full-on Class V savage whitewater.  In this episode I sit down with John Grace, Executive Director of the Green Race. We talk about the race's 26-year history, the hugely talented racers, the race's influence on boat design, emerging young paddlers, and the challenges of putting on an extreme event in a relatively remote and rugged wilderness area. We also talk about the Green River Games which is a collection of running, mountain biking and paddling events in the Game Lands that takes place each year in May. And, John shares how he earned the honor of being named a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year.  We also plug John's Hammer Factor podcast where He, Louis Geltman and John Weld offer listeners an insider's look into the athletes, expeditions, controversies and gear in the sport of whitewater paddling.LINKSThe Green RaceHammer Factor PodcastOutdoor Alliance, Louis GeltmanImmersion Research, John WeldGreen River AdventuresThe Gorge ZiplineH2O DreamsThermal Belt OutreachPisgah Map CompanySaluda Mountain Land TrustGreen River KeeperDaggerLiquid LogicPolk CountyHenderson CountyMike Andress, HostExploration Local PodcastEmail: mike@explorationlocal.comWebsite: https://explorationlocal.com/Instagram: explorationlocalFacebook: https://m.facebook.com/explorationlocal/ 

The Race F1 Podcast
Grosjean lands big IndyCar move to Andretti Autosport

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 31:03


In this special crossover episode with The Race IndyCar Podcast, Jack Benyon joins Edd Straw to discuss ex-F1 driver Romain Grosjean big move to Andretti Autosport for 2022 and how well he has adapted to F1.

The Chase Thomas Podcast
College Basketball Sleeper Teams, Duke vs. Kentucky Recruiting and USC Lands Iwuchukwu With Stats By Will

The Chase Thomas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 46:19


Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by Stats By Will to talk about the best remaining prospects in college basketball for the 2022 class, Kentucky and Duke battling it out on top of college basketball once again, Smith getting an extension at Wazzu, sleeper teams in CBB next season, if Memphis will figure it out offensively and USC getting 5-star big Vincent Iwuchukwu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

East Meets West Hunt
Ep. 202: Private Lands You Didn't Know You Could Hunt and Forest Management with Kenny Kane

East Meets West Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 65:52


On this episode of the East Meets West Hunt podcast, Beau Martonik is joined by forester, hunter, and long-time friend, Kenny Kane. Kenny has grown up in the forestry business and has a love for hunting and wildlife. We discuss the history of timber cutting and forest management in Pennsylvania, gypsy moths affecting oak trees, private lands open to public hunting, and how timber cuts are managed for forests and deer.   Topics: Kenny's background as a forester and hunter Kinzua Quality Deer Cooperative History of timber cutting and forest management in Pennsylvania Gypsy moths affecting oak trees  Private lands open to public hunting How timber cuts are managed for the forests and deer   Resources: Instagram:   @eastmeetswesthunt @beau.martonik @kenjkane   Facebook:    East Meets West Outdoors   https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/   YouTube: Beau Martonik - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQJon93sYfu9HUMKpCMps3w   Shop new apparel!  https://www.eastmeetswesthunt.com/shop   Amazon Influencer Page https://www.amazon.com/shop/beau.martonik   Partners: Spartan Forge Forged in combat and tailored for hunters, Spartan Forge stands at the nexus of Machine Learning and White-tailed Deer hunting to deliver truly intuitive and science based products that save the hunter time spent scouting, planning and executing their hunts. Check out the Outfitter for deer movement predictions based on millions of data points for your area! Save 25% with coupon code eastmeetswest www.spartanforge.ai GoWild GoWild is a free social community built by hunters, for hunters. Use the code EASTMEETSWEST to save 10% off of all hunting gear on the website. https://timetogowild.com/share/eastmeetswest Heather's Choice Healthy, great tasting, dehydrated meals for the backcountry. Use code eastmeetswest to get free shipping on ALL orders.  http://lddy.no/7og2 Maven Optics Top quality binoculars, spotting scopes and rifle scopes for your hunts from east to west. Use the code eastmeetswest-gift get a free gift with your next order! https://mavenbuilt.com/ MTN OPS MTN OPS is the leader in providing science based supplements to help you train inside and conquer more outside. Use the code BEAUFREESHIP for free shipping on all orders.  https://glnk.io/mw0/beaumartonik TETHRD The Tethrd Team has created the ultimate tree saddle hunting setup. The Phantom Saddle and Predator Platform system is truly the culmination of ideas & input from thousands of dedicated tree saddle hunting fanatics around the world.  https://tethrdnation.com/

Using the Whole Whale Podcast
256: (news) Haiti Supply Chain Issues & Omaze lands $85M Funding

Using the Whole Whale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 19:12


nonprofitnewsfeed.com   Global Supply Chain Shortages Disrupt NGO Operations In Haiti & Elsewhere The New York Times reports that many nonprofit organizations and international NGOs are facing severe shortages of goods, disrupting their charitable operations. The global supply chain issues, largely attributed to the pandemic, have caused headaches for groups like the Haitian American Caucus, which provides the shoes at low cost to sellers in Haiti. “That pair of shoes represents so much more,” says executive director Samuel Darguin. “It represents a mother being able to send a kid to school, being able to afford health care and feed her family maybe two meals a day instead of one.” In the United States, nonprofit Soles4Souls, which also supplies the Haitian American Caucus with shoes, was forced to cut back its program to distribute shoes to homeless children in America. Read more ➝ Sweepstakes Fundraising Platform Omaze Raises $85 Million in VC Funding The lottery and sweepstakes fundraising platform Omaze has announced that it has raised over $85 million in Series C venture capital funding, according to this report from Axios. In addition to funding from traditional investors, celebrities Bono, Kerry Washington, and Tom Brady are also named as investors. According to Omzae CEO Matt Pohlson, “90% of a participating charity's donors via Omaze haven't donated to that organization before.” Read more ➝   Summary The Activist: reality TV show to be ‘reimagined' as documentary after backlash 2021 Nonprofit Organizations Salary and Benefits Report – The Non-Profit Times International Day of Peace | United Nations Record $1.7 Billion From Vanguard's DAF Donors

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Duke lands huge get in 5-star Dereck Lively Jr.; with JJ Redick retiring, we rank the 10 most famous college basketball players from this century (09/21)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 45:11


READ: Parrish's column on Jon Scheyer | Norlander's column on 50 things to know 50 days before the season starts Just who are the 10 most famous men's college players of the past 20 years? We answer that question on this episode, and it's because JJ Redick — who is certainly one of the 10 — announced his retirement from the NBA on Tuesday. But before that, other Duke news: the Blue Devils landed five-star big man Dereck Lively Jr. Monday night, a huge coup for Jon Scheyer. Parrish and Norlander lead on that, then get ranking the biggest names in the sport, and wrap with Norlander talking the season ahead. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mythgard's Exploring The Lord of the Rings
Session 199: Scouting The Lands

Mythgard's Exploring The Lord of the Rings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 120:28


09/14/2021, ELOTR Episode 199 Announcements: Check out signumuniversity.org to see if there's a regional moot coming up in your area. A new Mythgard Acadamy session on the new publication, “The Nature of Middle Earth” is forthcoming. Order your copy and await instructions. In which: The scouts come back. Where did they go and what were their missions? What were the twins' secret mission? Where is Radagast if he's not at home? *Field Trip: Elderslades Drengol “Deeds will not be less valiant because they are unpraised.” ~J.R.R. Tolkien

Pack-A-Day: Your Daily Packers Podcast
Za'Darius Smith Lands on IR

Pack-A-Day: Your Daily Packers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 41:55


As Jason travels to Green Bay for the MNF home opener, Paul and Matt hold it down on Saturday's Pack-A-Day episode. They discuss the Z'adarius Smith injury impact, what the run game and offensive line need to do for a W and how a strategic shift can be tested with the CBs in Week 2 vs the Detroit Lions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Limited Resources
Limited Resources 614 - Innistrad Midnight Hunt Set Review: Rare and Mythic Rare

Limited Resources

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 154:18


This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis do the Rare and Mythic Set Review for Innistrad Midnight Hunt! The fellas cover every single rare and mythic rare in the set and there are some really sweet ones! Also some not as sweet ones. Check out this episode to find out which to windmill slam and which to avoid at all cost.  Timestamps by Color:  Gold: 00:09:10 White: 00:57:47 Blue: 01:14:10 Black: 01:32:40 Red: 01:50:51 Green: 02:04:48 Artifacts and Lands: 02:23:59   LR is brought to you by FTX: FTX.US Check out the FTX app and site for a safe, regulated place to deal in crypto, NTFs, and other digital assets.   Limited Resources is proudly sponsored by ChannelFireball.com Use the code LR at checkout on channelfireball.com to help support the show while you shop at CFB! You can support Limited Resources on the LR Patreon page here: https://www.patreon.com/limitedresources Reminder: Nothing on the show is to be taken as financial advice, consult an investment professional before making any investments of any sort.  Your Hosts: Marshall Sutcliffe and Luis Scott-Vargas Marshall's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Marshall_LR Luis's Twitter: https://twitter.com/lsv Email: lr@lrcast.com LR Community Subreddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/lrcast

Limited Resources
Limited Resources 613 - Innistrad Midnight Hunt Set Review: Commons and Uncommons

Limited Resources

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 237:48


This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis do the Set Review for Innistrad Midnight Hunt! The guys cover all of the commons and uncommons in this exciting revisit to one of the most popular planes in Magic.  Also on this episode, the guys welcome a new sponsor on the show, FTX! FTX is a safe and secure platform for trading crypto, NFTs, and other digital assets. If you want information on it, you can find it here: FTX.US FTX Foundation FTX Climate Reminder: Nothing on the show is to be taken as financial advice, consult an investment professional before making any investments of any sort.  Timestamps by Color:  Gold: 00:12:40 White: 00:57:37 Blue: 01:29:55 Black: 02:03:45 Red: 02:39:08 Green: 03:18:03 Artifacts and Lands: 03:47:30 Use the code LR at checkout on channelfireball.com to help support the show while you shop at CFB! CFB Pro is now available, check out the details here: https://www.channelfireball.com/pro/ Limited Resources is proudly sponsored by ChannelFireball.com You can support Limited Resources on the LR Patreon page here: https://www.patreon.com/limitedresources Your Hosts: Marshall Sutcliffe and Luis Scott-Vargas Marshall's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Marshall_LR Luis's Twitter: https://twitter.com/lsv Email: lr@lrcast.com LR Community Subreddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/lrcast