What was the most Southern thing Laurence heard or saw this week? What was the most boujie thing Harlan did this week? What was the thriftiest thing Dave did this week? All this plus the 10 best things about Fall on this week's episode of Bean Pies, Bagels and Cannolis. www.beanpiesbagelsandcannolis.com
Josh, Laurence and Jason take you around the country to recap Week 4 of the College Football season. The trio discuss:-The party is over for Coach Prime-UGA's takes care of business vs. UAB-Dabo blows it vs FSU -Bama holds on against Ole Miss-OSU with a last second win over ND due to coaching malpractice by Marcus Freeman-is Penn St for real-Sucker Bet of the Week -Jimbo of Week-Preview of UGA vs Auburn including the J. Stein Law Firm Injury ReportThis episode is powered by the J. Stein Law Firm - a personal injury law firm in Atlanta, GA: www.jsteinlawfirm.com
Anniki Summerville is a broadcaster, author, journalist, and speaker specialising in telling positive and authentic narratives about women in their forties and beyond.This is about the "shoulds" and how when we reach midlife a lot of us start questioning them. The invitation is to do that a lot sooner, and lose the comparisonitis that can follow us around.Could the solution be to could encourage smaller sparks earlier in life, rather that one big midlife explosion when we hit our forties? Join Carlos and Laurence for this fun discussion.LinksJoin the conversation liveBecome a member of the Happy Startup SchoolJoin the next Vision 20/20 cohortAnniki Somerville onlineFollow @annikisommerville on Instagram
Derek sits down with Laurence Broers, associate fellow at the Russia and Eurasia Programme at Chatham House and author of Armenia and Azerbaijan: Anatomy of a Rivalry, to discuss this week's events in Nagorno-Karabkah, a predominantly Armenian enclave within Azerbaijan. They get into the complex political history of the territory, the resulting conflicts between Armenia and Azerbaijan including the 2020 war, what Azerbaijan's recent actions seek to achieve, the roles of Russia and Turkey, the human rights situation in the enclave, and more.Grab a copy of Laurence's book: https://shorturl.at/bvFS9Recorded Thursday, September 21, 2023 This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.americanprestigepod.com/subscribe
Show Summary In this episode of the Grow My Accounting Practice podcast, we had the pleasure of hosting Laurence Whittam, the Founder and Managing Director of Impact Global Solutions. With extensive expertise in outsourcing, specifically tailored for accountants and businesses seeking to optimize their client management processes, Laurence shared valuable insights and experiences. The discussion begins by delving into the origins of Impact Global Solutions and its fundamental mission. Laurence shed light on why he founded the company, underlining the drive to create a platform that simplifies and enhances outsourcing for businesses, especially in the accounting sector. One of the focal points of the conversation is the exploration of the manifold benefits tied to outsourcing. Laurence elucidates the advantages that businesses can derive from efficient outsourcing practices, emphasizing the potential for increased efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and the ability to focus on core competencies. However, outsourcing isn't without its challenges, and Laurence didn't shy away from addressing them. He outlines some of the most common hurdles that businesses encounter when engaging in outsourcing, providing valuable insights to navigate and mitigate these challenges effectively. Determining the right time for a business to transition into outsourcing is another key area of discussion. Laurence shares his expertise on the readiness indicators, enabling businesses to recognize when they are primed for the outsourcing journey, ensuring a seamless integration into their operations. Lastly, Laurence offers a glimpse into the future, discussing emerging trends in the outsourcing landscape. He explores how the dynamics of outsourcing are evolving and predicts future trends that businesses should be aware of to stay ahead of the curve. Overall, this episode provides a comprehensive understanding of the world of outsourcing, offering listeners key takeaways to consider when contemplating or optimizing their outsourcing strategies. Websites: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurencewhittam/ Corporate Partner: People Process – https://peopleprocesses.com/
What was the most Southern thing Laurence heard or saw this week? What was the most boujie thing Harlan did this week? What was the thriftiest thing Dave did this week? All this plus it's the Yom Kippur special as the trio talks about the top 10 people who need to atone on this week's episode of Bean Pies, Bagels and Cannolis. SPECIAL BONUS CONTENT AT THE END OF THE SHOW!www.beanpiesbagelsandcannolis.com
Josh, Laurence and Jason take you around the country to recap Week 3 of the College Football season. The trio discuss:-Parity in College Football-The tale of two halves in UGA's win over USC-Coach Prime with another win out in Colorado -Fla taking it to TN-Time to panic in Tuscaloosa -FSU escaping BC and heading this week to Clemson-Sucker Bet of the Week -Jimbo of Week-Preview of UGA vs UAB including the J. Stein Law Firm Injury ReportThis episode is powered by the J. Stein Law Firm - a personal injury law firm in Atlanta, GA: www.jsteinlawfirm.com
Laurence Beattie is a recently retired jack-of-all-trades, including lab technician, forensic scientist, quality engineer, quality manager, plant manager, production manager, executive, business owner/managing director, mixologist, and full-time grandpa. He worked for 47 years after leaving school following his A-levels. He also enjoys motor racing, shooting, and angling when he gets the chance. In today's episode, we talk about: Things his WWII navy dad taught him The one question he didn't answer for his son Why becoming a grandparent makes you want to live forever Killing and eating a goat as part of a scouting trip The two times he's seen ghosts Advice he'd give to an 18-year-old Check it out! // https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/laurence-beattie //
Is sustainability about more than just atmospheric carbon?This week's guest, Mark Laurence, makes a strong case for a wider perspective when it comes to climate change by using climate-adaptive planting and ecosystem development. We can't simply focus on sucking carbon out of the atmosphere, because that neglects the biggest greenhouse gas of all: water.Listen to this episode to learn how changing complex, fragile relationships within the ecosystem can create massive changes to the overall climate.EPISODE LINKSMark's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marklaurencedesign/Blog post "Not just a climate crisis": https://www.marklaurence.com/wp/not-just-a-carbon-crisis/Mark's website: https://www.marklaurence.com/Search for horticulture jobs: HortPeople.comFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @PlantsGrowHere / Facebook: @PlantsGrowHerePodcast - Join our Facebook group!VISIT OUR WEBSITEwww.PlantsGrowHere.comYou'll find heaps of educational blog articles, including How To Prune For Natural Shape, What Relationships Do Plants Have With Other Organisms?, and What Is Healthy Soil, And How Can We Build It?.LET'S WORK TOGETHERAre you in the industry or an enthusiast with something of value to share? We're always on the hunt for interesting people, doing interesting things. If you'd like to work with us send a message via our online form or a direct email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Que reste-t-il aujourd'hui du "phénomène" Céline Dion ? "Pas grand chose", assure sur RTL Laurence Piau, co-auteure de "Céline Dion, la vraie histoire" (Robert Laffont). "Je pense qu'on n'aurait jamais imaginé se poser cette question il y a deux ans, tant Céline Dion était quelqu'un de totalement iconique, dans la pure tradition des divas. Mais c'est vrai que le phénomène Céline Dion aujourd'hui, c'est l'histoire d'une star qui a été l'une des plus grandes stars du siècle et qui vit recluse, solitaire, une tragédie qui s'écrit complètement devant nos yeux".
That's a wrap! We're closing this season of episodes the way we started, showing off the younger generation. To celebrate National Grandparents Day we published a contest encouraging grandchildren to nominate their grandparent as the best around. Laurence and Janice Riggs are our winners! Take a listen to find out why. See you next season!
This week, host Jorden Guth is joined by legendary speaker designer Laurence Dickie to discuss his history with Bowers & Wilkins, the design of the iconic Nautilus, how his thinking on speaker design has evolved over to years, whether or not he draws inspiration from nature, and why his speakers are an exercise in engineering, not industrial design. Sources: "From the Bowers & Wilkins Nautilus to Vivid Audio Speakers - Laurence Dickie's Tapered Tubes (Ep:58)" by SoundStage!: https://youtu.be/dcef8tuxezU?si=6BDD7fWbYLp4ypiG "A Family of Linear-Phase Crossover Networks of High Slope Derived by Time Delay" by Lipshitz, Stanley P.; Vanderkooy, John: https://secure.aes.org/forum/pubs/journal/?elib=4598 https://vividaudio.com/ https://www.blastloudspeakers.com/ Chapters: 00:00:00 Announcement 00:00:20 Introductions 00:01:05 The road to Bower & Wilkins and beyond 00:25:40 Music Break: "The Magnetic Buzz" by Moon Walk 00:26:33 Convergent evolution vs. convergent design 01:02:23 The soundtrack to Laurence's life 01:04:45 "Golden Diamond" by Shahead Mostafafar
Season 20 Episode 14 The Dream Three are back in The Workroom. Patricia, Nayland and Hernease slogged through some Mercury Retrograde shenanigans to chat/yell/rant about this whirlwind of a final, making art while grieving, Laurence being just fine the way she is and that freakin' runway! That RUNWAY! We will be back periodically on the main feed, so stay subscribed! In the meantime, join us on Patreon for new, upcoming bonus episodes! This Week's Cheatsheet https://www.tumblr.com/theworkroompodcast/728499412983267328/ep185?source=share Patricia's Film Screening at the BICONIC Film Festival: https://roxie.com/film/biconic-film-festival/ Patricia's exhibition doesn't have a link, but if you spot their work at Dulles Airport, let us know! Nayland's Fashion Collaboration with JCRT to Benefit Transgender Law Center https://www.jc-rt.com Silver Eye Center of Photography Exhibition: In Dreams I Walk With You https://silvereye.org/exhibitions/in-dreams-i-walk-with-you We're On Patreon! www.patreon.com/theworkroompodcast Join us to support the podcast and get access to bonus episodes. Find The Workroom Podcast: The Workroom on Discord - A Little Project Runway Chat: https://discord.gg/xW7JpXKfx7 The Workroom on FB: facebook.com/theworkroompodcast The Workroom on IG: instagram.com/theworkroompodcast And, keep sending notes, gossip and hot takes to: email@example.com Find Hernease: Website - herneasedavis.com Twitter — twitter.com/hernease IG - instagram.com/hernease Find Nayland: Website - naylandblake.net Blue Sky - Naylandblake.bsky.social Tumblr - tumblr.com/naylandblake Remember, Nayland is off Instagram! Find Patricia: Twitter - twitter.com/senseandsight IG - instagram.com/senseandsight Find Samilia: texstyleshop.square.site Listen to Linoleum Knife! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/linoleum-knife/id403079737 Black Lives Matter Initiatives - blacklivesmatters.carrd.co Asian Americans Advancing Justice https://www.advancingjustice-aajc.org/get-involved thelovelandfoundation.org The donation helps to fund the initiatives of Therapy for Black Girls, National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network, Talkspace and Open Path Collective. Loveland Therapy Fund recipients will have access to a
Josh, Laurence and Jason take you around the country to recap Week 2 of the 2023 College Football season. The trio discuss:-UGA taking care of business vs. Ball State;-Texas announcing themselves "back" with a convincing win over Alabama;-Miami beating up on A&M in the NIL Bowl;-Coach Prime's encore win over Nebraska;-SEC's slow start the season;-Bad Beat in Larry's Sucker Bet of the Week in Oregon-TT;-Sucker Bet of Week 3;-The Jimbo Award;-Preview of UGA-SC in Week 3As always, this episode is powered by the J. Stein Law Firm a personal injury law firm in Atlanta, GA - www.jsteinlawfirm.com
What was the most Southern thing Laurence heard or saw this week? What was the most boujie thing Harlan did this week? What was the thriftiest thing Dave did this week? All this plus the 10 coolest people of all time and a special 9/11 tribute on this week's episode of Bean Pies, Bagels and Cannolis. www.beanpiesbagelsandcannolis.com
Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel for the daily transition segment, where they discussed Cubs manager David Ross' reaction to a statement by Bernstein regarding reliever Daniel Palencia's struggles. They also discussed the latest Bears storylines.
Live from Creedmoor, NC, Video Chicken Live is a fun and informative show about all things chickens and coops. Matt, Kristen, and Ingrid answer your questions. We specialize in chickens and chicken coop construction. This week we have Laurence Butler, Mill Operations Manager for Coker Feed Mill. Laurence was also in product development and he shares with us what goes into their incredible chicken feed. (Ingrid and Kristen buy it all the time). He will talks about chicken feed in general and what Coker Feed Mill looks for when developing all their popular feeds. Laurence also gives our audience tips on what to look for in the feed you buy, why non-GMO may or may not matter, and how important shelf life is to the integrity of your chicken feed. Coker Feed Mill develops feed for many types of livestock such as horses, cows, and goats. We answer your questions live too. Please join us for this fun and informative show. SHOW LINKS: Coker Feed Mill Carolina Pride Chicken Feed Call us: 919-794-3989 Check out our website to shop coops! Shop our Flock Shop See out resources, blogs, & FAQs Follow us: YouTube Instagram TikTok LinkedIn Facebook Pinterest
Today's guest is Laurence Easeman, a filmmaker and host of the “Eyes Wide Open” podcast. His mission is to empower others to know their rights, break free from the system, and recognize the importance of personal autonomy and agency. He spends his time between the UK and Portugal, where he is pursuing residency. TODAY'S CONVERSATION WITH LAURENCE EASEMAN Listen as Laurence recounts his fateful trip up a mountain that changed his life and led to him pivoting away from filmmaking into becoming a full-time advocate for personal sovereignty. Hear how the onset of the COVID regime shut down Laurence's business in the UK and triggered him back into full-time activism and his current efforts on the “Eyes Wide Open” podcast. We discuss the concept of activism - how it can make you a “moving target” like Laurence and why I do not consider myself an activist. Find out why Laurence has embarked on his own expat journey and is currently pursuing residency in Portugal. Listen in to hear how Portugal got put on the “red list” by the UK, banning its citizens from travelling there for not initially fully going along with the COVID narrative. Hear Laurence break down how the powers that be utilize their illusion of authority to manufacture consent for tyrannical measures. Laurence and I talk about the dark side of technology and why we both find value in places that are somewhat “backward in time” with their technological systems. We discuss the absolute flood of Canadians fleeing during the last few years of the Trudeau regime, reflected in the fact that Canadians are now taking up the majority of my private clients. Lastly, Laurence and I share in our passion for using homeschooling as a strategy to shield our children from psyops while depriving the state of its essential workers. RELATED EPISODES 252: Spit in the Eye of the Globalists - Tom Luongo 248: How To Build A Parallel System and Just Leave 245: Fleeing the UK Lockdowns to Become a Sovereign Individual - Johnny HODL HOW TO FIND LAURENCE EASEMAN'S WORK LaurenceEaseman.com Laurence Easeman on YouTube CONCLUSION I had a blast speaking to a kindred spirit in Laurence Easeman, who shares my passion for individual liberty and personal responsibility. It's no wonder he is climbing so quickly in the podcast world, as his insights and understanding of the
Josh, Laurence and Jason take you around the country to recap Week 1 of the 2023 College Football season and preview Week 2. We also give you the Sucker Bet(s) of the week and the Jimbo Award. Jump aboard and have some fun with us.
Join JPJ and Pluggo for another Budget Blowing episode of Between Two Beards, as they're joined by Laurence and Blair to recap the week in wrestling news! Like, Share, Subscribe, and most importantly, tune in to Between Two Beards every Thursday at 8 pm ET! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- HOSTS Pluggo: @Pluggo_ JPJ: @Joseph_PoulinJr ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOVE WRESTLING Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LoveWrestlingCA Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoveWrestlingCA Instagram: https://Instagram.com/LoveWrestlingCA YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/LoveWrestlingCA Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/lovewrestlingca Podbean: https://lovewrestling.podbean.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LoveWrestlingCA Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/love-wrestling/id1544146794
What was the most Southern thing Laurence heard or saw this week? What was the most boujie thing Harlan did this week? What was the thriftiest thing Dave did this week? All this plus the 10 biggest nerds of all time on this week's episode of Bean Pies, Bagels and Cannolis. www.beanpiesbagelsandcannolis.com
Vous écoutez le podcast "5 minutes d'Histoire", notre émission quotidienne gratuite pour tous. Si cela vous a plu, retrouvez plus 300 podcasts d'une heure environ "Timeline 5.000 ans d'Histoire" pour seulement 2€ par mois sans publicité, avec une nouvelle émission chaque semaine : https://m.audiomeans.fr/s/S-tavkjvmo Chaque mois, l'équipe de « Timeline, 5.000 ans d'Histoire » vous propose un ou plusieurs dossiers thématiques "5 minutes d'Histoire" sous la forme de 7 à 40 capsules quotidiennes de 5 minutes. Pour les grands comme les plus petits, passionnés ou intéressés, ces dossiers vous permettront d'en apprendre plus sur les 5.000 ans qui font l'Histoire. Cette semaine, "5 minutes d'Histoire" vous propose « Femmes à l'oeil de verre » Bibliographie: Amao, Damarice et Karolina Ziebinska-Lewandowska. “Dora Maar” dans Code couleur 34, (mai-août 2019): 16-21. Dillon, Brian. “The voraciousness and oddity of Dora Maar's pictures.” The New Yorker, May 21, 2021. Madeline, Laurence. “Dora Maar” dans Picasso 8 femmes. Paris: Editions Hazan, 2023. Mallen, Enrique. Pablo Picasso and Dora Maar: A Period of Conflict (1936-1946). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2021.
Seeing the LMA Swampcats and Wilson Hall Barons go head-to-head is always a favorite rivalry on the tri-county football schedule. We brought in each team's head coach to chat about prepping for the game, establishing the tone for the season, and staying healthy. Listen below or anywhere you get your podcasts!
Je passe trop de temps à créer du contenu pour les réseaux sociaux. Et pourtant je ne suis présente que sur LinkedIn. Alors je suis allée chercher du côté de l'IA pour voir si elle peut me faire gagner du temps dans ma création de contenu. Et là, c'est le choc. Ce que je découvre, c'est une véritable assistance à l'écriture. J'adore! Et ce que j'ai découvert, c'est mon invité du jour qui me l'a expliqué, j'ai nommé Laurence Zaied. Laurence connaît bien les réseaux sociaux et l'IA puisqu'elle dirige une plateforme d'assistance à la production de contenu. Elle a tout testé. Elle a tous les cas d'usage. Dans cet épisode elle nous explique : ⭐ à quoi sert vraiment l'IA ⭐ comment l'utiliser pour développer sa stratégie ⭐ pourquoi s'appuyer dessus pour sa création de contenu ⭐ comment booster sa créativité ⭐ et comment être ultra performant sur les réseaux sociaux ! Pour en savoir plus sur Laurence Zaied vous pouvez la suivre sur LinkedIn et découvrir sa plateforme Rapidely sur Instagram ou Youtube. Autres épisodes qui pourraient vous plaire : Comment utiliser chatGPT dans mon business ? Craquer l'algorithme d'Instagram Vendre grâce aux réseaux sociaux ---------------
Jason Ganz and Laurence Kessler join the show for the first episode of Season 3 where we preview the 2023 upcoming College Football season. The highlights include UGA's road to a 3-peat, Carson Beck in as QB1, Alabama's chances of getting back to the playoffs, Hugh Freeze in at Aubrun,Conference Realignment, Coach Prime in Colorado, and current state of NIL. Finally, we give our predictions for who will reach the Final 4, who will win the Heisman and Larry's Loser aka the Sucker Bet. We are also proud to announce our new partnership with www.dawgnation.com where each week the J. Stein Law Firm and Sports ‘N Torts will sponsor UGA's Injury Report and the Player of the Game. As always, this episode is powered by the J. Stein Law Firm – a personal injury law firm in Atlanta, Ga – www.jsteinlawfirm.com.
What was the most Southern thing Laurence heard or saw this week? What was the most boujie thing Harlan did this week? What was the thriftiest thing Dave did this week? All this plus the 10 most clowned professions of all time on this week's episode of Bean Pies, Bagels and Cannolis. www.beanpiesbagelsandcannolis.com
durée : 00:58:41 - Le Cours de l'histoire - par : Xavier Mauduit - Laurence Equilbey a reçu une éducation européenne : une enfance passée en Allemagne puis des études sur tout le continent. C'est à travers la musique que la cheffe d'orchestre touche à l'histoire, racontée par les compositeurs et les instruments des époques préromantiques, romantiques et baroques. - invités : Laurence Equilbey Cheffe d'orchestre et cheffe de chœur
What was the most Southern thing Laurence heard or saw this week? What was the most boujie thing Harlan did this week? What was the thriftiest thing Dave did this week? All this plus the 10 best breakfast foods of all time on this week's episode of Bean Pies, Bagels and Cannolis. www.beanpiesbagelsandcannolis.com
Laurence is from Lahaine and shares a personal story about the Hawaii wildfires. Outdoor alert sirens on Maui stayed silent as a ferocious fire devastated the seaside community of Lahaina last week. The head of the Maui Emergency Management Agency said he had no regrets about not deploying the system as a warning to people on the island.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Eric and Laurence discuss the 1997 Studio Ghibli Classic, Princess Mononoke and discuss how it had so much more of an impact on the latest Zelda games than we had previously been aware of. We also get into some of our other favorite films from the beloved animation studio, Laurence converts Eric to a NewJeans stan, Eric extols the virtues of garlic confit, and so much more on this episode of Gay for Play! A note on audio: we lost the original recording of this episode and ended up using a backup of our recorded Discord call, apologies for the audio quality in the first half of the show!"Studio Ghibli's Apocalypse and the Atomic Age" by Hello Future Me on Youtube================Get in touch with us!EMAIL US at firstname.lastname@example.orgFOLLOW G4P Twitter: @GayForPlayPodInstagram: @GayForPlayPodTwitch: twitch.tv/gayforplaypodSupport the Show & Unlock Bonus Episodes on our PATREON========CREDITSIntro and outro music by Connor Marsh (@connorjmarshmallow)Show art by Benny Kessler (@retro.spectacle.studio)Special thanks to our patrons: Blueberri Mary, Elijah Punzal, Trevor McTavish,
A quaint little indie title for you this week with Mike Bithell's 'Thomas Was Alone' Originally released in 2012 in the indie game surge of the early 2010's - did this game stand out amongst the crowd? Thomas Was Alone is Laurence's second choice in the list of 15 games each being chosen for the second chapter of the podcast!
On this episode Laurence Vanicelli talks about his latest film, Mother May I? starring Holland Roden and Kyle Gallner. Show theme by Christopher Gillard Created & Hosted by Jason Godbey --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/no-rest-for-the-weekend/support
Max talks with Laurence Balter about how the general aviation community in Hawaii is flying relief supplies to help victims of Maui's wildfires. The town of Lahaina is served by just a single road, which has closed frequently since the wildfires began a week ago. Electricity and cell phone outages have also hampered relief efforts. Soon after the fires, local Maui pilots began organizing to fly supplies into Kapalua Airport, near Lahaina, but which is closed to most general aviation flights. The pilots received permission to fly into Kapalua, and began flying relief supplies to the airport. Balter and Maui Brewing founder Garrett Marrero organized the effort via text messages and social media, and flights began on August 11. The pilot group worked with the airport fire departments at Maui's main Kahului Airport. Firefighters and volunteers weighed and loaded supplies that were delivered to the fire station. The process worked in reverse at theKapalua airport, where local fire fighters unloaded planes and helicopters and arranged for the distribution of supplies to local victims in Lahaina. Laurence is flying his relief flights using the Cirrus SR22 that he usually uses for dual-led flying experiences, for pilots vacationing on Maui who are interested in flying a Cirrus and getting exposed to flying in Hawaii. He's also set up a Go Fund me page for people interested in donating to pay for avgas that volunteer pilots have had to pay for to fly the wildfire relief missions. Please Support the Show Aviation News Talk is a listener supported show. So if you listen, please sign up and join the club to support the show! Make a monthly donation via Patreon and get various goodies, or make a one time donation at PayPal. Support the Show by buying a Lightspeed ANR Headsets Max has been using only Lightspeed headsets for nearly 25 years! I love their tradeup program that let's you trade in an older Lightspeed headset for a newer model. Start with one of the links below, and Lightspeed will pay a referral fee to support Aviation News Talk. Lightspeed Delta Zulu Headset $1099 Lightspeed Zulu 3 Headset $899Lightspeed Sierra Headset $699 My Review on the Lightspeed Delta Zulu Send us your feedback or comments via email If you have a question you'd like answered on the show, let listeners hear you ask the question, by recording your listener question using your phone. Mentioned on the Show Maui Flight Academy website Maui Flight Academy - Instagram Pilots and GA Enthusiasts Facebook group Max's Books – Order online or call 800-247-6553 to order. Max Trescott's G3000 and G5000 Glass Cockpit HandbookMax Trescott's G1000 & Perspective Glass Cockpit Handbook If you love the show and want more, visit my Patreon page to see fun videos, breaking news, and other posts in the Posts section. And if you decide to make a small donation each month, you can get some goodies! So You Want To Learn to Fly or Buy a Cirrus seminars Online Version of the Seminar Coming Soon – Register for Notification Check out our recommended ADS-B receivers, and order one for yourself. Yes, we'll make a couple of dollars if you do. Get the Free Aviation News Talk app for iOS or Android. Check out Max's Online Courses: G1000 VFR, G1000 IFR, and Flying WAAS & GPS Approaches. Find them all at: https://www.pilotlearning.com/ Social Media Like Aviation News Talk podcast on Facebook Follow Max on Instagram Follow Max on Twitter Listen to all Aviation News Talk podcasts on YouTube or YouTube Premium "Go Around" song used by permission of Ken Dravis; you can buy his music at kendravis.com If you purchase a product through a link on our site, we may receive compensation.
He was the pagan jailkeeper who guarded St Laurence (see August 10); seeing his prisoner's holiness and the wonders wrought by him, Hippolytus was convinced of the truth of the Faith and became a Christian. When St Laurence baptized him, he was granted a vision of heaven and said 'I see innocent souls in great joy.' He took Laurence into his own home, and his entire household were baptized, nineteen in all. When St Laurence was martyred, Hippolytus retrieved his body by night and buried it. He was detected and brought before the Emperor Valerian on the third day after Laurence's death. Despite severe beatings he would not renounce his faith. The Emperor ordered that he be stripped and flayed but, standing naked before the emperor, Hippolytus said 'You have not stripped me, but have begun to clothe me.' Despite all torments, neither Hippolytus nor any of his household would deny Christ. All of his household were slain, one by one, before Hippolytus. Finally Hippolytus himself was bound behind a wild horse and dragged to death. Our Holy Mother the Empress Irene (Xenia in Monasticism) (12th c.) She was the pious wife of the Emperor John II Comnenus (reigned 1118-1143), but retired into monastic life. She founded the Monastery of the Pantokrator in Constantinople.
Laurence Holmes opened the show revealing that he saw actor Jessica Alba in the hallway near the Score studio. Laurence and Dan Bernstein then -- nn the eve of the Bears' preseason opener against the Titans, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes previewed potential candidates for the show's Ken Mastrole Award for outstanding performance in a preseason game. Later, the guys discussed the Bears designating a new primary logo, and the explanation for the move.
Morning Prayer for Thursday, August 10, 2023 (Proper 13; Laurence, Deacon and Martyr at Rome, 258). Psalm and Scripture readings (60-day Psalter): Psalms 99-101 1 Samuel 29 Romans 10 Click here to access the text for Morning Prayer at DailyOffice2019.com. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dailyofficepodcast/support
Evening Prayer for Thursday, August 10, 2023 (Proper 13; Laurence, Deacon and Martyr at Rome, 258). Psalm and Scripture readings (60-day Psalter): Psalm 102 Hosea 8 John 11:1-44 Click here to access the text for Morning Prayer at DailyOffice2019.com. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dailyofficepodcast/support
"This Saint, who was born in Spain, was the Archdeacon of the Church of Rome, caring for the sacred vessels of the Church and distributing money to the needy. About the year 257, a harsh persecution was raised up against the Christians by Valerian. Pope Sixtus, who was from Athens, was commanded to worship the idols, and refused; before his martyrdom by beheading, he committed to Laurence all the sacred vessels of the Church. When Laurence was arrested and brought before the Prefect, he was questioned concerning the treasures of the Church; he asked for three days' time to prepare them. He then proceeded to gather all the poor and needy, and presented them to the Prefect and said, "Behold the treasures of the Church." The Prefect became enraged at this and gave command that Laurence be racked, then scourged with scorpions (a whip furnished with sharp iron points — compare II Chron. 10:11), then stretched out on a red-hot iron grill. But the courageous athlete of Christ endured without groaning. After he had been burned on one side, he said, "My body is done on one side; turn me over on the other." And when this had taken place, the Martyr said to the tyrants, "My flesh is now well done, you may taste of it." And when he had said this, and had prayed for his slayers in imitation of Christ, he gave up his spirit on August 10, 258." (Great Horologion). His icon shows him stretched on the grill.
Dan Bernstein and Laurence were joined by Danny Parkins for the daily transition segment. They reacted to reports that Northwestern football staff members and players were seen wearing "Cats Against the World" t-shirts with No. 51, fired coach Pat Fitzgerald's old jersey number, during the team's first open practice since a hazing scandal prompted the university to fire him.
In the final hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Hyde Park native Salli Richardson-Whitfield about HBO's "Winning Time" and role as a director and executive producer on the show. Later, Dan and Laurence close out their show with their conversation with Cubs President of Baseball Operations Jed Hoyer, who was a guest Thursday.
In the first hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Cubs reliever Jose Cuas who before coming over from the Kansas City Royals spent time driving a delivery truck for FedEx. Later, Dan and Laurence discussed the Bears signing pass rusher Yannick Ngakoue to one-year, $10.5 million deal and how he helps the Bears ability to sack the quarterback.