Ben and Lorenzo talk about collections, favorite teams, Tom Brady, Detroit Lions, family, fans, tight ends, LAX, hockey, flag football, head coach vs assistant coach, Perrysburg football, Lexi's birthday, zombie hunt, working out, best gifts and so much more!
Dealing with high-pressure situations can be extremely challenging for us, including being an athlete in a winning program. Losing in sports can carry serious consequences, and Former All-American and National Champion Harry Kilkowski joins the show to talk about his experiences with mental health as an athlete.Areas of Discussion include:*Performance anxiety*How to manage high-pressure situations*Moving your ego to the side*Managing social, academic, and athletic responsibilities all at once*Addressing mental health in sports*Transition from high school to college athleticsHarry Kilkowski joins the show to share his story, mental health experiences playing in a winning program, and work towards changing the narrative around mental health in sports. He is an advocate for speaking on mental health.Upon graduating he started Premier Player Development to help the next generation of collegiate athletes. With his training company for the sport of lacrosse, Harry speaks on Mental health in athletics each day. Learn more about the guest and show at www.VincentALanci.comTo apply for the show, email PodcastsByLanci@gmail.comMusic Credits: Adventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenHappy | https://soundcloud.com/morning-kuliBrought to you by Tampa Counseling and Wellness- Dedicated to helping individuals looking to positively transform their lives through compassionate counseling and wellness coaching. If you struggle with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues, call now for a free consultation. 1 813 520 2807
Writer/performer Ali Davis returns to the podcast as we continue #SEXtember with 1975's COVER GIRL MODELS! This Cirio Santiago-directed film follows the exploits of three models and the sleazy photographer they are friends with for no good reason as they travel to Hong Kong for musical montages of photoshoots, a runway show, a dance contest, and, briefly and confusingly, an international incident of some kind! We discuss the fashion (gowns), the proper place to hide microfilm, the sexiness of houseboats, tossing away a gun like a frisbee, and, for airport enthusiasts, LAX!! Don't miss another exciting episode of #SEXtember! We're comfortable!
We're back from Dorkfest at LAX but the fun didn't stop there. Doug had a rags to riches avgeek story for his return to the SF Bay Area and Drew and buddies went west to Honolulu (as one does) before returning to the mainland. On this episode we discuss:A passenger attempted to enter the flight deck at Chicago O'HareUral Airlines A320 lands in a field in Russia Italy wants to fast track Lufthansa's investment in ITAPW1100 engine inspections delay Airbus delivery schedulesThrough or direct flights involving a plane and equipment change Join the discussion! https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/podcast/66phhntqbemsxymi780obv8dkmrg0l
In this one, I am live from LAX airport and about to fly to Orlando. I've spent the week with Jason Han of HealthFit in Pasadena (working on my hip) and during the week, I shared something with him that really seemed to resonate. It's about how to better manage your people and have better relationships with people in general. It's all revealed on today's episode. Enjoy. P.S - don't forget to book your seat for PPM Live in October... Go to www.ppmlive23.com now!
Doug and Drew make it to Dorkfest 2023 LAX and meet up with a bunch of our awesome friends and listeners. This is a yearly avgeek meetup first organized by Brett Snyder, better known as blogger Cranky Flier. VIP listeners Ian and Ryan join us on the episode. We discuss:Our crazy routes to LAXAvgeeks on a train?Annoying announcementsNew FAA administratorTom Brady hired as Delta spirit animal?Day trip to Mohave Airpark and Palmdale Join the discussion!https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/
This week: The Zozobra eliminates gloom; Flight caps for different reasons in Mexico City and at Schiphol Amsterdam; American's $4M fine for tarmac flight delays; Delta thriving at LAX and elsewhere with strong investment strategy; Allegiant adds Johnny Walker Blue to the menu. Listener input on Flight Attendant training, threats to safety and jobs from robot pilots.
KFI's own Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro joins The Bill Handel Show for a new edition of 'Tech Tuesday'! Rich talks about the upcoming Apple event set for September 12th, Google event on October 4th, IFA 2023, and using a digital driver's license going through TSA at LAX. Burning Man update. Shrinking California still dreams, but more modestly
KFI's own Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro joins The Bill Handel Show for a new edition of 'Tech Tuesday'! Rich talks about the upcoming Apple event set for September 12th, Google event on October 4th, IFA 2023, and using a digital driver's license going through TSA at LAX.
We're getting lost in the city. Lost in the city tonight (or day; whenever you listen to this, really). We're covering a couple failed cities within Los Angeles that are now lost to time. We have the oceanside paradise of Surfridge (15:41) and the desert socialist utopia of Llano del Rio (34:49).
Good Morning and a Happy Thursday to you all. Welcome to Law and Legitimacy, the daily law podcast hosted by Norm Pattis and Michael Boyer that traces the contours of America's institutions as they intersect with the declining sense of the common good from the American citizenry. . Today: › We pick up the Bailey v. Iles decision from the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, which held that the content of an individual's speech on social media was erroneously used as a basis for his subsequent arrest. . › We also pick up on the Supreme Court of the State of New York's ruling denying defendants' motion to dismiss a religious discrimination lawsuit in Lax et al. v. CUNY et al. . › United Auto Workers ("UAW") is threatening to strike if a deal is not reached between it and America's Big Three: General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis, by the September 14th deadline. The major concern? Electric vehicles and the current administration's plans to force the American automotive sector into unknown labor territory in its push to 'decarbonize'. . Join us. . Daily livestreams beginning at 8:00 am EST on: › Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/LawandLegitimacy › Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@lawandlegitimacy › X: https://twitter.com/LawPodDaily . Subscribe and turn on notifications! . Support Law and Legitimacy: . - Locals: https://lawandlegitimacy.locals.com/ - X: @LawPodDaily, @PattisNorm, and @MichaelBoyer_ - Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Audible, Spotify, or wherever you receive podcasts and rate LAL 5 stars. - Subscribe here on our Rumble and Youtube channels, give us a Rumble, and join our active community of free-thinkers, contrarians, and the unafraid on Locals!
Politics & Pop Culture Brooke is back from her many adventures in Israel and she talks about a few of them on the pod. From the security shakedown before even checking in at LAX, to the protests taking place all over Tel Aviv, it was action-packed. Oh and the food. The FOOD! Speaking of food, Brooke walks us through the TikTok trend where parents traumatize their kids by cracking eggs on their foreheads. For views, naturally. And if you've been wondering what the story is behind the viral song, “Rich Men North of Richmond,” then this is your podcast! Pop Culture Mondays Newsletter: https://medium.com/popculturemondays Brooke's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brooke/ Brooke's Twitter: https://twitter.com/brooke Brooke's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@brookehammerling Potato's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/potato/ Oliver Anthony https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqSA-SY5Hro Netta Barzilai https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqSA-SY5Hro
RealWealth has been in business for 20 years as of this year and we are celebrating with a special episode featuring three of our earliest employees. Director of Finance Kelley Pecoraro (Director of Finance), Maggie McKinnie (Consultant), and Jill Benes (Digital Editor & Event Support) can share what it was like at Real Wealth back then, before we became a remote company. We worked out of an office in Walnut Creek that felt like home to us all. We don't have that office anymore because we are a completely remote company now, but there are plenty of memories to share and stories to tell! Please enjoy this lookback at the early days of Real Wealth and come celebrate with us in real time at a live event we're holding in Los Angeles on October 6th and 7th. We're planning a cocktail party on Friday night, the 6th, a full day of presentations from our property teams on Saturday, the 7th, and a big celebration party that evening! The event is being held at a hotel near LAX so it will be easy to get to from the airport. You can find out more at realwealthshow.com under the Connect tab. If you haven't done so already, you should sign up as a RealWealth member. It's free to join and will give you access to our private investor portal, hundreds of webinars, sample pro-formas, help with the acquisition process, referrals to our highly recommended real estate professionals, and a free session with one of our experienced investment counselors. And don't forget to hit the subscribe button for this podcast and leave a review! Thanks for listening, Kathy Fettke Follow Kathy on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/kathyfettke/ Purchase Kathy's audiobook on Audible at: https://tinyurl.com/retirerichaudible
In this chaotic and crazily fun episode, Carla sits down with May Tsehay; her long-time friend and producer who helped take Carla's brand and company to the next level. Their discussion leads to topics that range from setting healthy boundaries, mental breakdowns, and how much love you have for someone if you pick them up from LAX. Tune into this episode as the duo have honest dialogue surrounding what it means to be a good friend while making sure to take time for yourself. (14:05) - Friendships and Alignment (28:24) - Creating Spaces to Be Your True Self (38:44) - Battle Between Mind and Body (48:29) - Work Life: Balancing Respect and Relatability (55:15) - Listener Question: How To Maintain Healthy Boundaries but Still Support Others (1:03:35) - Bible Verse - 1 Thessalonians 5:11 Watch Full Episode and Subscribe on YouTube Thank you to our Sponsors: BetterHelp - Get 10% off your First Month www.betterhelp.com/pwp Skittles- Taste The Rainbow Idea to Launch Podcast - Get $100 Off our signature course using code 'PIVOT' - LAUNCH YOUR PODCAST IN 30 DAYS ____________ Ready to start your own podcast? Schedule a clarity call today Carla Wilmaris ___________ Follow Carla Wilmaris on social media: Instagram @carlawilmaris Twitter @carlawilmaris TikTok @carlawilmaris ___________ Guest IG: @maytsehay https://www.instagram.com/maytsehay/ Charlamagne The God Episode: EP: Find Your Purpose in Your 30's feat Charlamagne tha God Email the show to get advice and questions answered Ask@carlawilmaris.com
This week we are revisiting episode 51. Great for women in renovations season!A listener wrote to request an episode on insulation- here it is! Christine Williamson of Building Science Fight Club explains the factors to consider when insulating your house. I hope you enjoy this deep dive into the subject. Christine is an accomplished building scientist who has a large following on instagram through her account Building Science Fight Club (@buildingsciencefightclub). She can also be reached through her website https://www.christine-williamson.comAbout our guest:Christine Williamson's professional experience includes building-science consulting for the restoration of Belvedere Castle in New York City's Central Park, forensic investigations of building failures at the air-traffic control tower of LAX, and the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen, among other projects. She offers new-construction risk-mitigation consulting for residential towers, mid-rise mixed-use buildings, and production homes, as well as some of the most extraordinary private residences in the world. She has worked across North America from the Canadian Arctic to the Caribbean. She began her career working for architect Chris Benedict in New York City, where she performed blower-door tests on gut rehabs in Harlem and Washington Heights and assisted in the design of one of the first multi-family Passive Houses in the United States. In her current practice, she reviews drawings and makes recommendations that promote appropriate water control, air control, energy efficiency, constructability, and durability. For clients with a portfolio of upcoming projects, she assists in developing design standards commensurate with their tolerance for risk. During the construction phase, she reviews work in progress and addresses conditions or changes in sequence or scope that were not anticipated during the design phase.In existing buildings, she investigates failures related to enclosure design and mechanical systems as well as material and installation defects. Failures include leaks, corrosion, rot, mold, odors, poor indoor air quality, and discomfort due to poor temperature or humidity control. Her experience in new construction and attendant understanding of the division of labor among the trades, and typical sequencing and construction practices inform not just her analysis in forensic cases, but also her repair and retrofit recommendations, which are designed to minimize disruption in occupied buildings.Christine Williamson is a member and former chair of ASHRAE Technical Committee 1.12, Moisture Management in Buildings. She is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is a member of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA). She is the founder of @buildingsciencefightclub (BSFC), an Instagram community dedicated to teaching building science and construction to architects and other building professionals.She received her bachelor of arts from Princeton University and her master of architecture from New School of Architecture + Design.Thanks so much for being with us this week. Please see the episode enhancement for this and other episodes at talkinghomerenovations.comDo you have feedback you would like to share? Would you like to be a guest on the podcast? Email me at email@example.comIf you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friendsDon't forget to subscribe to the show and get automatic updates every Wednesday morning...
This week, The Brand's Vince Russo returns to discuss WWE RAW and the backstage segments, LA Knight, working with Sportskeeda, plus an update on Konnan's health! In the listener mailbag, the crews answers questions about Hunico, LAX, MJF & Adam Cole, NXT, Disco's policy on well wishes, safely visiting Mexico City, plus what's up with Lex Luger's steak sauce?! All this plus Larry Dallas returns for some Lucha Libre talk and old WCW stories, Disco's unique way of speaking, "space lasers?!," the hottest clips on K100 Youtube, a clarification about Russo's segment last week, and so much more!This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp! Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/k100 and get on your way to being your best self, along with 10% off your first month!Get Interactive on Twitter @Konnan5150 @TheRealDisco @MaskedRepublic @JFFeeney3rd @TheCCNetwork1 @K100Konnan @TheHughezy @LarryDallasAAACheck out our Patreon site at Konnan.me and Patreon.com/Konnan for extra audio, FULL AD FREE episodes, exclusive video, listener roundtable discussion shows, weekly watch-a-longs, call in shows with Konnan and DI, plus so much more!New Sponsor FACTOR Meals! factormeals.com/k10050 and use code k10050 for 50% OFF your purchase! That's half off their delicious, easily prepared, and diet friendly meals!Go to Manscaped.com and use our new code K100 for 20% off all your below the belt male grooming needs, including a trimmer, razor, cologne, wash and deodorant and more! PLUS, the NEW Lawnmower 4.0!Check out LegacySupps.com and use the code K100 for 10% off of their fat burner, pre workout, testosterone supplement, and sleep aid! Brought to you by friend of the show, Nick Aldis! Plus they now carry Women's supplements, brought to you by Mickie James!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4672635/advertisement
We have decided to make it easier to find what you need to know about the Profile lines in a new series that focuses on just one line per episode!This episode is all about the Line 3! The Line 3 profile is known in traditional Human Design as the Martyr and in Quantum Human Design as the Explorer. The Line 3 is all about experimenting, trialing, experiencing, interacting with life in the physical world, and letting the rest of us know what they learn. Are you a Line 3 wondering how to figure out what that means, or you're just curious to learn more about the Line 3's in your life (and your chart?). We got you covered!And this week's Incarnation Cross is the LAX of Dedication 2 (43/23, 29/30)- Curious to know more? Well press play and let's go!You can now grab a copy of your Human Design chart on my website!Get yours HEREReady to dig into your Human Design with Dana?Book a chart reading now!No time right now for a live 1:1 reading, but need help interpreting your chart? Check out my offering of a Recorded Video Chart Reading!Check out my free 2 part video training How To Get Started With Human DesignBuy Us A Coffee! ☕️Find Us on Youtube @humandesignhiveFind Dana on IG @humandesignhiveFind Dana on Tiktok @humandesignhiveemail: Dana@humandesignhive.comThanks for listening, we appreciate you!
For the past two decades, we have been helping investors across the country to simplify real estate investing and achieve their financial goals. We've gone from an idea on a cafe napkin to a network of more than 70,000 members. We've helped regular folks create financial security with more than 6,000 rental properties worth more than $1.2 billion dollars. And we've donated to charity along the way. In this episode, my husband, partner, and RealWealth Co-CEO Rich Fettke joins me to talk about our amazing 20-year journey and how we are celebrating this huge milestone with a live event in Los Angeles on October 6th and 7th. It will take place very close to the LAX airport if you are flying into the area, and will feature 10 of our property teams, food, drink, and lots of networking and fun! If you are an investor who'd like to meet like-minded individuals, learn how they've made real estate work for them, and talk to the property teams that can help you create the wealth you've dreamed of, please sign up under the Connect tab on the RealWealth website. If you haven't joined yet, please hit the Join for Free tab, and remember to subscribe to this podcast! We are thrilled to be hosting this event, and hope to see you all there! Kathy Follow Kathy on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/kathyfettke/ Purchase Kathy's book on Audible here: https://tinyurl.com/retirerichaudible Purchase Rich's book on Audible here: https://tinyurl.com/richfettkewiseinvestor
This show is all about passion! Brian Unger is the new Athletic Director at Freeburg HS, and he is excited about his new gig. Unger shares his vision for the school and the community, as he kicks off this show. Next up, host Dave Lipe, shares the studio with two of his favorite students, Hanna Matarelli and Owen Schoeneweis, both seniors at Edwardsville High School Schoeneweis discusses his LAX career and Matarelli talks about her love for volleyball, and she describes her emotions going into her last year of high school volleyball. Then, the two discuss their role as Executive Producers of the Jungle, the official sports podcast of EHS. Last, it's the Cougar Corner w/ Keaton Anderson! In this segment, Coach Sam Quigley Smith is back to talk about her women's hoops team w/ star guard KK Rodriguez. Coach Sam and Rodriguez review the past season, the team's trip to Italy, and the two share their expectations for the upcoming season.
In this edition of the BONUS Mailbag, the crew discusses listener suspensions, Gable Stevenson, Baron Corbin, Haku, AEW & WBD, AAA, LAX reunion, Prime Hydration, Buff Bagwell, Oscar De La Hoya, Roman or Cena?, Ronda vs, Shayna, work out music, The Elite re-signing, Tyler Breeze's new deal with WWE, infamous Raven/Saturn stories and more!This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp! Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/k100 and get on your way to being your best self, along with 10% off your first month!Get Interactive on Twitter @Konnan5150 @TheRealDisco @MaskedRepublic @JFFeeney3rd @TheCCNetwork1 @K100Konnan @TheHughezy @LarryDallasAAACheck out our Patreon site at Konnan.me and Patreon.com/Konnan for extra audio, FULL AD FREE episodes, exclusive video, listener roundtable discussion shows, weekly watch-a-longs, call in shows with Konnan and DI, plus so much more!New Sponsor FACTOR Meals! factormeals.com/k10050 and use code k10050 for 50% OFF your purchase! That's half off their delicious, easily prepared, and diet friendly meals!Head to birddogs.com/k100 to check out their unique shorts, pants, and golf shirts, and get a FREE Yeti style tumbler with your order! Their gear is designed to maximize comfort, minimize sweating, and to make you look better than ever!Go to Manscaped.com and use our new code K100 for 20% off all your below the belt male grooming needs, including a trimmer, razor, cologne, wash and deodorant and more! PLUS, the NEW Lawnmower 4.0!Check out LegacySupps.com and use the code K100 for 10% off of their fat burner, pre workout, testosterone supplement, and sleep aid! Brought to you by friend of the show, Nick Aldis! Plus they now carry Women's supplements, brought to you by Mickie James!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4672635/advertisement
Los Angeles city workers including sanitation workers, LAX employees, lifeguards at city pools and traffic officers are participating in a 24-hour strike today over unfair labor practices and bad-faith bargaining. California is one of the few states with heat standards aimed at protecting outdoor workers. But heat protections for indoor workers are limited, despite documented risks. Reporter: Nicole Foy, CalMatters In Tijuana, a team of very young baseball players is getting ready to represent Mexico in the Little League World Series held in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Reporter: Gustavo Solis, KPBS
OUR NEW CHANNEL: https://youtube.com/@zachandwahlid Merch: https://zachandwahlid.com Join our Discord: http://bit.ly/3ZIpzII Ad Free Episodes: https://tmgstudios.tv The third time's the charm! This episode Zach and Wahlid welcome Trey and Jae Richards back onto the beach to discuss their favorite restaurants and the world of foot fetishes. Remember kids – “Smoke, don't swallow”. If you listen on Apple Podcasts, go to: http://apple.co/zachwahlidshow ZAWS IG: https://www.instagram.com/zachwahlidshow ZAWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/zachwahlidshow TMG Studios YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tinymeatgang TMG Studios IG: https://www.instagram.com/realtmgstudios/ TMG Studios Twitter: https://twitter.com/realtmgstudios ZACH https://www.instagram.com/zachpiona https://twitter.com/Zachpiona https://www.tiktok.com/@zacharypiona WAHLID https://twitter.com/Wahlid https://www.instagram.com/wahlidm https://www.tiktok.com/@wahlidm Hosted by Zach Piona & Wahlid Mohammad, Created by TMG Studios, Zach Piona & Wahlid Mohammad, and Produced by TMG Studios, Zach Piona & Wahlid Mohammad. CHAPTERS 00:00 A Wahlid Sized Warning 1:25 Intro 2:07 Subscribe to Our New Channel! 3:58 Please Clap for Random Order Podcast 4:44 Third Time's the Charm 6:55 Smoke, Don't Swallow 9:11 BuzzBallz Return 12:56 Nutrafol 15:35 Increase Your Height ASAP 17:25 "What Size Are You?" 18:31 The Foot Fetish Episode 23:01 Let's Talk About Milk 25:18 Pray for Snow Days 26:48 Ask Me About My Bed 28:51 No Friends Here, Thank You 29:39 Wahlid's Coffee Service 30:40 The Fun White Guy 32:12 Welcome to L.A. 32:56 These Are Pees 35:03 Zach's Restaurant Recommendations 37:39 Wahlid's Restaurant Recommendations 39:03 Bestia is the Best 43:23 LAX to Bali 48:18 Wahlid Pooped His Pants 49:21 Voicemails 54:12 The Big Eagle is Visiting 57:06 Advice for 2nd Graders 1:02:31 Chili's is the GOAT
We have decided to make it easier to find what you need to know about the Profile lines in a new series that focuses on just one line per episode!This episode is all about the Line 1! The Line 1 profile is known in traditional Human Design as the Investigator, and in Quantum Human Design as the Resource. They love to research, gather knowledge, and find security in information. But what motivates them to do so, and what is it all for? Find out in this episode!And this week's Incarnation Cross is the LAX of Endeavor 2- Curious to know more? Well press play and let's go!You can now grab a copy of your Human Design chart on my website!Get yours HEREReady to dig into your Human Design with Dana?Book a chart reading now!No time right now for a live 1:1 reading, but need help interpreting your chart? Check out my offering of a Recorded Video Chart Reading!Check out my free 2 part video training How To Get Started With Human DesignBuy Us A Coffee! ☕️Find Us on Youtube @humandesignhiveFind Dana on IG @humandesignhiveFind Dana on Tiktok @humandesignhiveemail: Dana@humandesignhive.comThanks for listening, we appreciate you!
Back for a mini-solo episode where I quite frankly admit to the near-30 identity crisis I'm currently going through. But first, a lovely story about my pat down and uncomfortable feel-up at the LAX airport this week and my newest addiction to first-class seats. I get real and honest about where I'm at in entrepreneurship (spoiler: I have no idea). I share how I've recently felt a little lost at what I want to do with my future and finally admit out loud what I've been feeling for the past few months. In the same mindset, I share how it's ok to not have all the answers and most importantly, it's ok to admit you're in this same place too.Join 1k others in my weekly unhinged newsletter where I get honest about entrepreneurship.Learn more about the Ironically Serious podcast at www.ironicallyserious.comSubmit a guest or topic for the podcast here.Follow the podcast on Instagram @ironicallyseriouspodStay connected with Taylor @taytorres @chanelandleeSubmit your SOS to be featured on an episode here.Leave Taylor a voicemail here.
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Wayne Resnick and Amy King join Bill for Handel on the News. Trump indicted over efforts to overturn his 2020 presidential election loss. LAX banned a common travel item that's forbidden in only one other major airport: ‘The right thing to do.' LAPD officers would receive raises, higher starting pay under deal struck by Bass, union. Subway tuna lawsuit has been dismissed. Connected car data privacy under investigation by California regulator. Lizzo sued by three former dancers alleging harassment and hostile work environment.
Today's guest is Jeff Love. Jeff is a Partner at Gibbs Giden Locher Turner Senet & Wittbrodt, which has been named one of the Best Law Firms in the U.S. for construction law, construction litigation, and real estate law by U.S. News. Join Sam and Jeff in today's episode. -------------------------------------------------------------- Intro [00:00:00] Tenant Estoppel Certificates in Commercial Real Estate [00:05:14] Reviewing Leases and Ensuring Accuracy [00:06:53] Challenges with Obtaining Tenant Signatures [00:08:24] Tenant Estoppel Certificates [00:09:04] Common Pitfalls in Construction Contracts [00:11:45] Importance of Communication and Documentation in Construction [00:17:22] The importance of timing in real estate transactions [00:19:12] Adjusting timelines in real estate agreements [00:20:04] Closing [00:21:26] -------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Jeff: LinkedIn (personal) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-love-65a5951a/ LinkedIn (company) - https://www.linkedin.com/company/gibbs-giden-locher-turner-&-senet-llp/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/gibbsgiden Web: https://www.gibbsgiden.com/attorneys/jeffrey-b-love/ Connect with Sam: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HowtoscaleCRE/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samwilsonhowtoscalecre/ Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A RATING. Listen to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate Investing with Sam Wilson Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-scale-commercial-real-estate/id1539979234 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4m0NWYzSvznEIjRBFtCgEL?si=e10d8e039b99475f -------------------------------------------------------------- Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Jeff Love (00:00:00) - And really understanding what you're getting from your contractor because and there's pros and cons to all of them. You know, the cost plus contract, you know, typically tell investors and clients, look, basically the contractor is passing on the cost to you, plus their premium, which is their profit and which is nothing wrong with it at all. But you got to understand that there is no maximum price if prices increase, their costs increase. So to yours. So you need to make sure you understand that and work that into your budget and your business plan. Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big. Jeff Love is a partner at Gibbs Garden, which has been named one of the best law firms in the US for construction law, construction litigation and real estate law by US News. Jeff, welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. Absolutely. The pleasure is mine. Jeff Love (00:00:56) - Jeff There are three questions I ask every guest who comes on the show in 90s or less. Can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now and how did you get there? I started with building blocks when I was when I was a little dude, apparently. I've always liked real estate, wanted to get into real estate. Once college, UCLA thought, Hey, why not go to law school to learn about contracts? I could, you know, help me be a real estate developer. I went to law school, realized I actually like helping investors more than doing it myself, kind of like being behind the scenes, different clients, different stages. So instead of pivoting to be the real estate developer after a couple of years, which was my plan ten years later, I am a real estate transactional attorney dealing with corporate issues, securities issues and everything real estate from your mom and pop investor to your large national syndicator. Wow, That's a that's a lot to deal with. What's your favorite part about what you do? I like to think really helping investors. Jeff Love (00:01:53) - You know, a lot of times they come to me. It's their first project. You know, they've listened to a podcast. They say, you know, I'm a successful doctor, but I want to invest in this ten unit multifamily building and helping them do it, avoiding the pitfalls and really seeing them grow, not just real estate, but, you know, other clients companies we have seeing them start, you know, ten years later what they've been able to achieve. That's really the cool thing for me. That's awesome. What are some of the what are some of the common things that people come to you with? And you say, all right, here's how to go back and get your ducks in a row before you come back to me. Are there are there some things that you see repeated over and over that you're helping these first time people kind of that are venturing into larger scale commercial projects that you can help us kind of short circuit some of that. Yeah, and it's common sense, but it's it's hard to know what you don't know. Jeff Love (00:02:42) - Right? So the first thing I tell people is, you know, having your team in place, you've watched podcasts, you've you've read about it, you may be owning your home, but it's different when you get into kind of commercial real estate or investment real estate. And you really need to have a good insurance broker. You need to have an accountant that understands what you're doing, especially if you have investors and you're offering some type of preferred return. You need to have good real estate broker helping you find those deals. Oftentimes a good attorney that can help you make sure that you're protecting your other assets. So what I tell a lot of first time investors is make sure you have a good team around you so they can help you with the things that you don't know and you rely on your strengths. You rely on your advisors to help you, just like you would in any other facet of life. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. So you work on everything from, like you said, mom and pop large scale syndications. Jeff Love (00:03:35) - You really love the kind of first timer and watching them, watching them grow through that process. What does it look like for you? You invest as well in real estate. So what's it like on the legal side? You know, as you look at investments that you're getting into reverse, to say a lot of the times when it's me personally, I don't read half the agreements. I'm like, Oh, it's just me. No one's really relying on me. So I'm like, just sign on the dotted line. But, you know, we invest in multifamily. It's something that, you know, I like that. I like a lot of different asset classes. But for me, that's one that my wife and I, you know, kind of we understand, you know, we're not having to do allowances or brokers and manage kind of commercial. Everyone needs somewhere to live and we invest locally. So I'm in Redondo Beach City, right. You know, about 30 minutes south of LAX in Los Angeles. Jeff Love (00:04:24) - And we're reinvest in the city where we lived. We were renters. So we kind of know what things rent for, what we looked for. We can kind of manage it ourselves. I can lease, you know, show it, I can lease it. And what we did is really thought, you know, the buildings that we have are not as much for cash flow, which is really hard in Los Angeles, if not most of California, but appreciation. And we we've done it structured it in a way where we've kind of gifted our kids, you know, small interests every year. So eventually, you know, it gets it out of our estate for estate planning purposes. But it also helps them, you know, kind of get their feet wet. They're really little now, but as they grow, they'll they'll have little portions of these buildings, hopefully spur the bug with them and kind of save that for them or their retirement one day. Right? Oh, that's. Sam Wilson(00:05:13) - Really, really cool. Sam Wilson(00:05:14) - So I guess you probably never want to hear your attorney say you don't read all of it, but I bet you read. I bet you read the important parts. Are there things that you really focus in on when you do dig into the documents? Jeff Love (00:05:26) - I do. So a lot of times there's certain things that I've seen a thousand times, you know? So those are the ones that I probably don't read. It probably should. But reading for clients, but myself, you know, I've seen them over and over again, but with multifamily in particular, you know, also retail. You could make the case for any tenant is really looking at a tenant estoppel certificate in the leases because a lot of times, especially with smaller buildings, you may have ideals. A landlord may have promised a tenant certain things, you know, they could stay there for another year, but it's not in the lease. And myself or client as an investor, I want to know exactly what I'm buying. So what a tenant estoppel certificate does is it makes the tenant basically confirm certain statements in the lease. Jeff Love (00:06:12) - This is the rent, this is the term. There's no defaults. So that once I close, I buy the building. I know what I'm getting. The tenant can't come to me later and say, you know, sorry, you know, the old landlord said, I have a five year lease at a thousand bucks a month when it was supposed to be a one year lease for $10,000 a month. That's a big difference. The problem is I can always go after the seller, but then I'm stuck with that tenant and depending on what my investment plan is, I may have wanted to try to get the building vacant because it was a one year lease. That really protects me and just make sure I know exactly what I'm buying and I know that what is in the lease is actually the terms. Sam Wilson(00:06:53) - Now, that that would, I would think, help me clarify this, but that would work on a maybe single tenant situation. Or is this something where you ask for a review of these leases before you ever close and actually look for those things and then put that tenant estoppel in place? Is that is that even word that correctly or am I missing something? Jeff Love (00:07:13) - No, you did. Jeff Love (00:07:14) - And it's it's it's more practical and, you know, kind of the more tenants you get because then you have all these different leases to review Terms may have changed. I could get it for a multifamily building, for a retail shopping center, industrial building. I really want I just want to know if the lease that I'm getting, which is a very important part of commercial real estate, you know, is accurate and there's no side deals. Sam Wilson(00:07:38) - Right? And so you sign that estoppel certificate or the seller signs that estoppel certificate, is that right? Saying, hey, look, these are the terms and then you can come after me If we find out post closed that there are terms with other tenants that vary from what I've defined here. Jeff Love (00:07:56) - Sometimes it's a seller. Even better is having the actual tenant sign it because if the tenant doesn't sign it, I have a claim against the seller because it's not accurate. But the tenant, if this was the deal, the tenants, you know their in their right to stay. Jeff Love (00:08:12) - So I typically want the tenant to tell me that everything and this is accurate. If can't get that for whatever reason, then I'll have the seller sign it. But one of the two parties and that protects me as the buyer. Sam Wilson(00:08:24) - So let's assume it's a 200 unit multifamily complex. How do you practically get the tenants to sign all of this if it's not? How do you how does that work? Like, how do you get that in writing from the tenants before you close? Jeff Love (00:08:39) - Usually it's a requirement of the lease, but when you get to that scale, there are going to be some tenants you just can't track down. So when you get to 50, 100, 200 units, it may be a certain threshold seller is going to be required to get 75%, 80% of the tenants to sign the estoppel certificate for those that they can't get, the seller is going to sign the remaining, say, 20% because it's just not going to happen. If I have a 200 unit building, I'm just some tenants going to be gone. Jeff Love (00:09:04) - I'm not going to track them down. I'm not going to blow the deal over that. But I want the majority of them to sign it. That's something that's usually negotiated as part of a purchase agreement when you get to that type of large, large scale. But most multifamily leases, most leases in general, I should say, have a requirement that a tenant is going to sign an estoppel certificate. Because a lot of times if you're getting commercial debt, the lender is going to want to see it as well. Got it. Sam Wilson(00:09:30) - Got it. Okay. That's that's really, really interesting. So there should be already an agreement in place in the lease that the tenant says, hey, look, if I need to sign this certificate, I will when that time comes. Or is it signed? Typically when they sign the lease. Jeff Love (00:09:46) - It is signed. When that time comes, usually they have ten days to do it and you'll be doing that. Seller will usually do that during the process and that'll be one of the last items of due diligence. Sam Wilson(00:09:56) - How often do you feel like this important step is skipped? Jeff Love (00:10:01) - A lot, especially with smaller buildings and, you know, smaller, you know, maybe you talk to the tenant, you know, but you just, you know, you never know. And that's the problem, especially depending on what you're doing with the property. You know, if you're buying it for, you know, long term investment, maybe it's not as big of a deal. But if your strategy is, you know, I'm going to buy it, I'm going to, you know, rehab it tenant might leave, you know, rent it for a higher amount, then it's a big problem. If that one tenant's, you know, in there for five years and you didn't know about that. So I think it is overlooked but it is an important aspect of do your due diligence process for any real estate acquisition, along with, you know, environmental and tidal issues that we should be looking at as well. Sam Wilson(00:10:44) - Yeah, absolutely. Sam Wilson(00:10:45) - No, that's a great that's a great nugget. And these are things that when you look at a deal as a passive investor, you say, hey, I want to I want to find out, you know, do we have these estoppel certificates? I think if I'm using the right terminology here, do we have those signed? Jeff Love (00:11:01) - You are. And yes, yes, you should. Sam Wilson(00:11:03) - Okay, That's cool. Wow. I have I learned something new here today as a passive investor myself in multiple multifamily deals. I can't say I've ever asked that question. So there we go. Tip pro tip from Jeff Love here today. For those of you who are listening, that's that's awesome. Thank you for sharing really the inside scoop on that and what some of the things are that you look for. Let's talk a little bit about construction. I know there in your bio we mentioned the word construction. You guys handle a lot of things on the construction side of it. When I say that and you talk about commercial real estate construction, give us kind of some inside scoops on what it is you're looking for there, how you help clients out, common pitfalls, all of those things. Jeff Love (00:11:45) - Starting from the beginning. I think it's, you know, a lot of times, you know, maybe we do residential construction on our own home. But when you start investing and you have larger deals, the construction becomes kind of a different animal, so to speak. The first thing, you know, a lot of clients come to me and they don't understand is the different types of construction contracts that are just out there and what's the difference between a cost plus versus a guaranteed maximum price called sometimes you hear it called a gap and really understanding what you're getting from your contractor because and there's pros and cons to all of them. You know, the cost plus contract, you know, typically tell investors and clients, look, basically the contractor is passing on the cost to you, plus their premium, which is their profit and which is nothing wrong with it at all. But you got to understand that there is no maximum price if prices increase, their costs increase. So to yours. So you need to make sure you understand that and work that into your budget and your business plan, especially lately with inflation and rising costs. Jeff Love (00:12:46) - Really something to think about. And on the other side, I'll tell clients, well, yes, you could have a gap, which is it's my fixed price, but if the contractor has a fixed price, are they going to be cutting corners because they can get things cheaper? Is it the quality that you want and you expect or is it a different type of materials that they're using that you weren't expecting? So the first most important and probably most important thing is just to understand the relationship with the contractor, what you're getting from them, how they're billing it and how that's documented in a contract so that there are no surprises later on. Sam Wilson(00:13:23) - Yeah, I would imagine. I would imagine so. Yeah, there are. I mean, I've been a been a contractor and have contracted a lot in my life. And you're right, there's there's costs or there's benefits to both. I think the cost plus one, like you said, there's no maximum price. And it's and it's in its own right. I like it. Sam Wilson(00:13:41) - But it's also. You're basically giving your contractor a blank check. All right. Right. Hey, man, you know what and where? Ordinarily, if there's a maxed or a max price in the deal where they say, okay, you know what, maybe we don't have to order an extra, you know, truckload of whatever it is, OSB or whatever the project is. I'm just dreaming out loud here. But whereas if it's like, hey, it's cost plus it's like, yeah, sure, we'll take an extra semi load of OSB because maybe we'll need it when we're doing roofing repairs or whatever it is we're up against and oh well, just tack it on and there goes an extra 20 grand. No big deal. Right. So it's it's, it's a, it's a catch, a catch 22 there. On which way is the absolute right way to do it. What are some common not maybe the disputes isn't the wrong word but common uh things you see people getting wrong in that contract side of things that could have been worked out ahead of time. Jeff Love (00:14:35) - I don't know that would say getting wrong. A lot of times we'll use, you know, form as American Institute of Architects that are kind of common forms out in California and are pre-printed, but just not understanding the contract. You know, one of the big ones that we get, you know, defaults and kind of disputes over are termination clauses because timing is a huge issue. You know, I've got investors or even for myself, you know, I'm losing rent because I'm waiting for this to be done. And the contractor, for whatever reason, not not putting on the contractor, but they're delays. That could be the you know, the contractor is understaffed or can't get the subs out there. It could be materials. They're not coming in. But as the owner, you know, I may not be fully informed and just. I don't understand what's taking so long. So making sure you understand that. And if it doesn't work out, what does the termination section look like? I had a client, you know, a couple of weeks ago that was entering into, you know, rather small contract. Jeff Love (00:15:35) - But, you know, for what it was, it was, you know, maybe, you know, a couple million dollars, but it was for a single family residence. And what this contract had is it had a fixed fee. It was cost plus. But the contractor basically had a fixed fee in there of $200,000 that no matter when I terminated the deal, if for any reason, no reason, he got that $200,000. So to me and to the client, he had no idea that was in there and said, Well, you know what? If I just want to, you know, stop and flip the property, I've got a lot of interest. I said, If you sign this tomorrow, you owe your contractor $200,000, right? So making sure, you know, is there something like that in there or is it more common where if I terminate, I'll pay my contractor everything I owe him to date? You know, maybe there's some lost profit, but I'm not on the hook for the whole thing and that I understand that because those delays do lead a lot of times to default and desires to terminate. Jeff Love (00:16:33) - And that's where we see a lot of disputes between both sides. Sam Wilson(00:16:37) - Yeah, I can only imagine. And again, coming at it from I mean, I've been on both sides of the equation, both the the contractor doing the work in a previous life and then also the one now as the as the contractor or the general contractor, if you will, or the property owner, rather, that is, you know, contracting this this work out. And you do run into delays, be it. My problem, be it their problem, be it other subs, be it weather, be it all these things. And I think I think what I'm hearing you say and tell me if I'm wrong, but is that it's just imperative to have a clear line of communication where you guys are talking back and forth saying, hey, this is why we're slowing down. This is why it's taking more time. There is. And do you recommend if that conversation does happen, is it important to get those things in writing? Jeff Love (00:17:22) - Absolutely. Jeff Love (00:17:23) - And that's probably, if not the most biggest takeaway. You know, those listeners can communicate in every single deal because most of the problems that we have, you know, when it gets to litigation and I'll bring one of my partners say, hey, this dispute, I can't handle it now. It's not transactional. It's litigation because you can communicate whether you're contractor, you're investors, you know, whatever party it is, they didn't know what was going on, so you left them with no choice. So to your construction contract is communicate. And if there is something that changes or documenting it, you know, put it in an email, have the conversation, you know, a phone call and then follow up with an email, just, you know, confirming what we talked about. So you have that paper trail if it ever becomes an issue. And hopefully it wasn't, because now you guys you talked through it. You everyone is aware of what's going on and no one's left in the dark. Sam Wilson(00:18:14) - Yeah, absolutely. Sam Wilson(00:18:16) - Absolutely. Cool. We've talked about a lot of really great stuff here so far. We've talked about the Estoppel certificates and what you look for in opportunities. We've talked about construction and just kind of some things we should be looking for and how to how to avoid the common problems that happen on large scale commercial projects. Is there anything else that comes to mind, I guess, from the legal side of things that you think about that you say, man, here's here's the way the world is changing or stuff that you are making sure are now in deal decks or or pens maybe that weren't there a year ago. Anything any new updates on that front? Jeff Love (00:18:50) - It's a timing is a big one. I think the last couple of years when things really slowed down have showed us, you know, things take longer. A lot of times now with clients, purchase agreements, leases, we're kind of building in extra kind of contingency periods, so to speak, because I can't get someone I can't get my inspector out there. Jeff Love (00:19:12) - He's taking longer. I've had a number of clients kind of run up against hard deadlines where they're, you know, in a purchase agreement, they're forced to waive contingencies and risk their money being non-refundable, but they haven't been able to get everything done. And seller or buyer aren't cooperative. So we're really just kind of thinking that things from a 10,000 foot level and saying, can I get this done in this time period? Can I raise money from investors? Can I get my lender to respond? Can I get my property inspector out there? And if not, you know, working in can have a 30 day extension, even if I have to pay for it to make sure that that doesn't affect my deal. And that really goes across the real estate spectrum is making sure that you have adequate timing for what you need. Things are moving slower. Make sure that you're going to be prepared for that. Sam Wilson(00:19:58) - I think that's a great word. It's funny you say that because even yesterday we're sending out some LOI. Sam Wilson(00:20:04) - We kind of had a verbal agreements on things and we were changing the timelines. It was just like before it was, you know, 30 days and maybe it was 15 days, 30 days to close. And now it's, you know what we're doing 30 and 30 with a 15 day extension on the due diligence period, due diligence period, because all of the above things you just mentioned. And so it was funny just having that conversation yesterday afternoon, just slowing things down, saying, you know what, we're going to we're going to need more time for all of the aforementioned reasons. So thanks. Thanks for pointing that out because that is something that probably even six months ago I wouldn't have thought was really going to be an issue. But now it is. It's just it's just taking everybody surveyors, you name it. I mean, oh, sorry. We're four weeks out. We'll shoot. We're under. I mean, what do you do? You just you got to just, you know, get in line and wait. Sam Wilson(00:20:51) - So. That's right. That's the way it goes. Well, Jeff, thank you for taking the time to come on the show here today. Certainly learned a lot from you. A lot of great homes here for us to practically employ. So I appreciate that. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? Jeff Love (00:21:06) - Check out our website. It's Gibbs Gedcom or feel free to email me J. Love at Gibbs Gate and always happy to answer real estate questions. Sam Wilson(00:21:15) - Fantastic. And for those of you who are listening, Gibbs is Gibbs getting giddy in? So Gibbs giving Jeff, thank you again for coming on today. I do appreciate it. Jeff Love (00:21:26) - Thank you. Sam Wilson(00:21:26) - Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen. If you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. Sam Wilson(00:21:43) - It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories. So appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.
We're back with a chat about Sam's 2023 summer trip to Japan. 0:34 Overview: 14 days, spent as follows: 5 nights in Kyoto at Mimaru Apartment hotel. 430 square foot. Not spacious but good for a family of 4. 2 nights in Hiroshima at the Hilton Hiroshima: One bedroom suite booked with points (90k per night). Very new hotel, opened in 2022. 5 Nights Ishigaki island near Yonehara beach. Car rental 2 nights in Tokyo at another Mimaru in their pokemon room Robert's previous trip report (required listening) 04:37 Travel: JL from LAX nonstop to Kyoto Pickup from the airport (Booked on Klook.com) worked really well Used the "Visit Japan Web" site to generate QR codes before landing. Be sure to make a QR code for each person (for immigration) and one per family for customs. 08:09 Kyoto: Transit was difficult Not easy for us. Lack of numbers and signage really chewed us up. BUSY stations with people who definitely knew what they were doing. Helpful staff–but still difficult to execute train to train transfers Local vs. Express was not well signed. Got easier when we limited ourselves to busses + a single train. Busses in general were easier and better in Kyoto (can see the city as they Drive). Would take a cab directly to the bus stop. 15:51 Universal Studios: Brutal to get to. Issues with kids and trains. But once there, small size and express pass made the day a complete success. Conflicting information about swapping rides–but we were able to swap for different rides than those listed on our express passes (but not different times) Lines are crazy long, express pass is a must. We bought a 4 ride pass due to height restrictions limiting possible rides, but 7 ride passes were not much more. The Mario Water party parade was fantastic and over the top. Japanese to the max and loved by my kids. Super Mario World is incredible. The kids had a blast, we spent about 6 hours at the park, just enough time in my opinion. Getting home to Kyoto was equally brutal. The train line leaving Universal encountered a full stop due to a train on the loop hitting a passenger. 30:10 Cabs: We took so Many and They Saved Us Combination of lots of walking and young kids meant we needed to use cabs. We were 'close' to multiple train stations and bus stops. But the walking before, during and after sightseeing meant cabs were the way we extended days. Uber app worked well in Kyoto/Hiroshima to call cabs. In Tokyo we had to be careful--there was a 300-500 yen pickup fee plus the meter -- lots of times the uber black fare was less. Uber black cars are the nicest possible car I've ever been in. Loved these in Tokyo. 38:40 Kyoto to Hiroshima with Luggage: Train travel Gion Matsuri in Kyoto made the train station packed. Train runs nearly every 20 minutes. Amazing. Kiosk did not work with CC and I couldn't get 3 seats together (with luggage access). Pivoted to a desk agent who quickly got us on the next train and split us up. With large size suitcases it is recommended to book a luggage seat. Non-reserved seating is apparently not possible and if you do book non-reserved there's a 1000 yen fee if your bag is big Meant we were split up, but only for part of the ride. Fast train ride and cell coverage even in tunnerls, but wifi was terrible and completely unusable 45:52 Hiroshima: Not enough time, kids are to young JR Trains to Miyajima vs high speed ferrey, by taking the ferry from Hiroshima Port we saved significant time. Miyajima was loved by the kids for the deer and by us for the hiking and national park. Time is for sale in Japan. This is a great example Peace park was a highlight of the trip as well. Kids were too young for the museum, we had to skip it Data only SIM saved the day Got two of these from Airalo. Esim, and phones supporting dual eSIM make this a quick way to get online in foreign countries. 5GB, $11. Really was wonderful to be connected everywhere, saved the day many times. Wifi is good but not enough places had it. Ishigaki especially. Hilton Hiroshima: Very nice Hotel. Brand new, opened in 2022 (was previously a police station) Lobby: Booked a 1 Bedroom Suite for 90,000 points per night. Had called and emailed prior to arrival but no additional upgrade was offered due to space issues. Hotel was indeed 100% full our second night, with monday being Marine Day in Japan. View from the Living room to the bedroom: Hotel says it is full most weekends with Japanese who come to the city. Full breakfast in either the restaurant or the lounge. Very good, full buffet but lines for things started backing up if you arrived late. Really puts US Hilton properties to shame. Wish I stayed one more night. 52:43 Highlights from Ishigaki island Getting to HIJ airport: Airport Limousine Bus worked out very well. Car Rental: Just worked! The island has a busy southern side, quiet Northern shore and is ringed by reefs All the comforts of mainland Japan are on this island. It really is amazing how the grocery store stocks everything at nearly identical prices to the stores in Kyoto/Tokyo. The beef raised on the island is fantastic. So good we went twice to a local Yakiniku. Beaches were very good--with no waves anywhere on the island the kids were able to swim out very far and I felt they were safe the entire time. Activities we did: lots of snorkeling, glass bottom boat tour of the bay, Traditional Okinawan village, Hike to and swam in a waterfall, Stargazing. Really relaxing island. Wish it was closer. Can't replace Hawaii but nice that it is less than 3hrs from Tokyo. Food on the island was varied enough and easy to get to. Times listed when places were open were often completely wrong, but we stumbled on two great restaurants when the places were wanted to go to were closed. Farmer's market on Ishigaki stocks most tropical fruit but pricing was high still. The availability is the draw here, but spoiled with CA/Hawaii style fruit and farmer's markets. 1:06:06 Flight to Toyko Mind-blowing that you can wake up, have a few hours on the beach in Ishigaki and then hop a flight to Toyko and be eating an early dinner there. ANA domestic 787, very full. Short flight time, domestic travel in Japan is interesting, no liquid restrictions, no ID checks, free checked bags. Like flying in the 90's here. From the airport we did the monorail to a single JR train. Worked really well. Plenty of space for luggage on the monorail. 1:17:33 Tokyo Highlights City still seems to wake up late. Breakfast at 7am was a little tough to find, found a great little cafe in Asakusa that opened at 6:30. Lots of shopping. Loved the multi-story department store/malls. Ueno streets had so many great food options, but the area is loud and has smoke/adult themes to be aware of. Shibuya was even busier than Ueno, but with more polish. Checked out Ginza, really amazing how close it is to both of the other districts and just how really sharp looking the streets are there. Ueno Zoo was perfect for my kids 4/8. Animals seem to be out in the mornings, so go early. Line to see the baby pandas was too long for us, so we skipped them and saw their parents instead (no line). Started getting homesick a little. Travel with kids: how we made it work. Cabs (Uber worked, didi is another) Naps Sugar (Ice cream really, at convenience stores) Food was well received by my kids but options for all kids might be harder 1:24:39 Is a Return Trip in the Cards? Overall thoughts? Yes, but maybe not our next trip Long 14 day trip let us see a lot, but still left a LOT unseen. Would like to wait for my kids to be a bit older to be able to do more
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Zeem has an operational depot near LAX and its first customers began operating out of that depot in December 2021, with 8MW of charging power and able to support 200 commercial electric vehicles onsite. Zeem is deploying in strategic locations across the US, and plans to expand its offerings at existing and future locations. California's electric-truck drive has drawn startups building charging networks, and concerns about charging are a major roadblock to accelerating demand for electric vehicles. Key Takeaways: E-Fleet as a Service Zeem Solutions is a Transportation-as-a-Service company, with the mission of transforming the way fleets operate by providing an affordable solution for zero emission transportation and providing a Transportation as a Service (TaaS) solution. Zeem owns and operates chargers at strategically located depots, and fleet customers pay a monthly lease that includes zero-emission vehicle leasing (class 2b-8), charging, servicing, maintenance, and parking. Depot services include long-term leases of zero emission class 2b to 8 vehicles, supervised overnight charging for resident fleets, opportunity charging for high-mileage fleets, secure parking for fleet vehicles, vehicle service, maintenance, and cleaning, lounge space for drivers. Zeem's depots are available for opportunity charging during the day for customer fleets and for others on a contract basis, with resident technicians to provide service, preventative maintenance, and temporary replacement vehicles. Zeem has an operational depot near LAX and its first customers began operating out of that depot in December 2021, with 8MW of charging power and able to support 200 commercial electric vehicles onsite. Zeem is deploying in strategic locations across the US, and plans to expand its offerings at existing and future locations. California's electric-truck drive has drawn startups building charging networks, and concerns about charging are a major roadblock to accelerating demand for electric vehicles. Learn More About E-Fleet as a Service Paul on LinkedIn Zeem Solutions on LinkedIn Zeem Solutions website Episode Sponsor: Tomorrow.io The Biggest Risk Facing Truck Drivers with Dan Slagen Trucking & Road Solutions: Weather Intelligence for Logistics & Transportation Sponsor: Tusk Logistics Tusk Logistics is a national network of the best regional parcel carriers that puts Shippers first, with lower costs, reliable service, and proactive support. Tusk save Shippers 40% or more on small parcel shipping. Tusk's technology connects your parcel operation to a national network of vetted regional carriers, all with pre-negotiated rates and reliable, predictable service. Integrating to your existing software takes minutes, and Tusk has your back with proactive shipper support on each parcel, in real time. 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FOLLOW STORY TIME ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/storytimewithdutchmantell DUTCH MANTELL T SHIRTS OUT NOW: https://my-store-d8f220.creator-spring.com/ Tuesday is "Ask Dutch Anything" and this is week the Dutchman begins by telling the story of how he booked Carlito's first ever angle and match before answering questions on Barry Windham, "Iron" Mike Sharpe as well as Konnan and LAX. Was Dutch kayfabe related to the Mantell Brothers of the wrestling world? What were the Moon Dogs like? Would Jesse Ventura ever go back to WWE? These and other questions answered on this weeks "Ask Dutch Anything"! If you want YOUR question answered by the Dirty Dutchman, then email to: email@example.com Dutch Mantell's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dutch.mantell Dutch Mantell's Twitter: https://twitter.com/dirtydutchman1 Dutch Mantell's Tales From a Dirt Road: https://www.amazon.com/dp/145644090X/ Dutch Mantell's The World According to Dutch: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1449953417/ WSI | Wresting Shoot Interviews on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WSIWrestlingShootInterviews/ Story Time with Dutch Mantell on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/storytimewithdutchmantell/
Who's to blame for the death of Jayne Mansfield?This week, The Alarmist (Rebecca Delgado Smith) welcomes comedian Jenny Yang to discuss the notoriously gruesome and untimely death of actress Jayne Mansfield. In such a high profile accident which captured the nation's attention, and with safety rules in place but little to no regulation, it's hard to determine who's not to blame. Was it government inaction? Lax enforcement? Or was the problem us and our stubborn resistance to change? Fact Checker Chris Smith and Producer Clayton Early help narrow down this intricate board.Join our Patreon!We have merch!Join our Discord!Tell us who you think is to blame at http://thealarmistpodcast.comEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on Instagram @thealarmistpodcastFollow us on Twitter @alarmistThe Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/alarmist. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Spencer Howard of Straight To The Points, a must-have premium travel resource, joins us this week. We discuss how he left a career in politics to follow his passion which has taken him around the world in luxury. We were also able to confirm that Spencer is an avgeek….at least we think he is, you decide. Spencer also discusses with us:Skiplagging - but is it legal?LAX airport worker strikesNASA X-59 quiet SST may be the future of travelSpencer's picks for best airline products Check out Straight to the Points at:Straight to the PointsInstagram: @straighttothepointshttps://www.nexttripnetwork.com/
Primero que nada muchas gracias por su apoyo, paciencia y amorosos mensajes; gracias por escuchar y compartir conmigo porque tenerlos se ha vuelto una parte importante en mi vida. ¡Vengo regresando del retiro de 9 días! Y honestamente fue muy intenso jajaja. En este primer episodio después de mi regreso les comparto una de mis realizaciones que creo que muchos se van a relacionar. El retiro no fue en una playa, ni en el bosque, ni en ningún lugar natural. El retiro fue en el centro de LAX en un hotel del aeropuerto de Los Angeles. ¿Se pueden imaginar las caminatas en meditación de la mañana? Bueno, acá les cuento cómo logré ver a Maui igual de hermoso que la calle en trafico de Los Angeles; así como me di cuenta que el único lugar hermosos en donde podemos vivir es en nuestro corazón. Espero lo disfruten. Los amo Durga Stef
Harlan Austin, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist with national certifications in sport psychology and addiction psychology. With 20 years of experience working in the sport and clinical psychology field, Harlan has worked with individuals focused on high performance, return-to-performance, and leadership development. Harlan has served in many roles, including performance consultant, clinician, program developer, and clinical director. He has lectured and presented at national conventions on the topics of sport and performance psychology, clinical sport psychology, athlete psychological assessment, athlete rehabilitation, and athlete return to sport. Throughout his career, Harlan has had the opportunity to work with professional athletes (NBA, MLB, NFL, Boxing, LAX, Ski, and Snowboard), healthcare professionals, US Special Forces groups, and high-level executives.#ultrarunning #trailrunning #running #sports #sportsperformance #addictionResources covered- CAGE Substance Abuse Screening Toolhttps://www.recoveryanswers.org/https://www.samhsa.gov/ https://www.addicttoathlete.com/ ------------------------------------------------------Get Research Essentials for UltrarunningBuy Training Essentials for Ultrarunning on Amazon or Audible.Information on coaching-https://www.trainright.comKoop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
On this week's edition of MMA Talk for Pro Wrestling Fans, Robert Vallejos and Rick Monsey review a loaded UFC 290 card. They discuss the praise that the card has received, the epic title fights, and the Israel Adesanya-DDP faceoff. They close the show by Rick giving a Slap Fight update.Then we jump back five years (7-22-2018) to Wrestling Night in America with PWTorch columnist Greg Parks and PWTorch.com contributor Mike McMahon who broke down the Impact Wrestling Slammiversary card from all angles. Included is discussion of Tessa Blanchard's role in the company going forward, the ECW influence on the show, the need for a top babyface standard-bearer in the company, plus an in-depth analysis of each match on the card. Matches included Austin Aries vs. Moose, Pentagon Jr. vs. Sami Callihan, LAX vs. The OGz, Brian Cage vs. Matt Sydal, and more.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3276210/advertisement
ICYMI: Later, with Mo'Kelly Presents – A look at the sheer insanity of the deadly TikTok 'boat jumping' challenge AND the new LAX ban on the sale of water bottles…PLUS – Details on 7/11's free Slurpee day - on KFI AM 640 – Live everywhere on the iHeartRadio app
Keith Schmidt is passionate about LAX and the club he helps direct, Southern Illinois LAX. Schmidt details the evolution of his club, and he provides insight into the beginnings of his passion. Next, Chad Opel is in the studio to present the latest Charitable Champion, Brady Smallie of Granite City HS. Smallie describes earning letters in SIX different sports at GCHS, and he is joined in the studio by his father, Scott, the Head Baseball Coach for the Warriors. Coach Smallie discusses coaching his son, and Brady talks about the noble charity he chose to support, which helps foster dogs with disabilities. Finally, Triad Boys Tennis Coach Jack Carmody is back again to accept the MESPY for 1A Team of the Year. Carmody is joined by 1A Singles Player of the Year, Jake Stewart, his top player for the second year in a row. Carmody describes the rigors of playing #1 singles, and Stewart talks about playing FOUR sports at Triad and his tennis-playing family.
Get Interactive on Twitter @Konnan5150 @TheRealDisco @MaskedRepublic @JFFeeney3rd @TheCCNetwork1 @K100Konnan @TheHughezy @LarryDallasAAACheck out our Patreon site at Konnan.me and Patreon.com/Konnan for extra audio, FULL AD FREE episodes, exclusive video, listener roundtable discussion shows, weekly watch-a-longs, call in shows with Konnan and DI, plus so much more!TrueClassic.com has joined K100 as our newest sponsor! Try out their gear, including the MOST comfortable t shirts out there, button downs, hoodies, pants and more, and use code K100 for 25% off and FREE shipping for orders $100 and over!Go to Manscaped.com and use our new code K100 for 20% off all your below the belt male grooming needs, including a trimmer, razor, cologne, wash and deodorant and more! PLUS, the NEW Lawnmower 4.0!Check out LegacySupps.com and use the code K100 for 10% off of their fat burner, pre workout, testosterone supplement, and sleep aid! Brought to you by friend of the show, Nick Aldis! Plus they now carry Women's supplements, brought to you by Mickie James!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4672635/advertisement
Dozens of residents were forced to flee their homes after a landslide in a community near Palos Verdes. Hotel workers are on strike again, this time near LAX. Mayor Bass updates and renews her emergency declaration on homelessness. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating now at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com. Support the show: https://laist.com
Next Trip Public Enemy #1, airport ops supervisor Francis, joins Drew on a widebody transcon trip from DC to LAX. We visit Next Trip public enemy #2, Aaron, and regale Doug about planes, Hollywood, and ARFF of course. In this episode:ARFF, aircraft rescue and fire fightingPFAS (forever chemicals) in fire fighting foamJetblue leaving Northeast Alliance, AA: “not so fast"Spirit Aerosystems machinists end strike TSA has busiest travel dayJoin the discussion! https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/
MORNING HACK- The Morning Hack… Next time you fly into LAX, try this hack to save money on the ride home! RYAN'S ROSES...He was away for the weekend and not responding. She remembered that there was an AirTag in his suitcase and when she looked…he wasn't where he said he was. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Liz and Sarah are both experiencing that summer vacation feeling — which means they DON'T feel like working. How can they harness the delight of summer but still make progress on their novel? In The Mailroom, they answer a question about how good material needs to be before showing it to a person with hiring power. Answer — pretty damn good. This week's Hollywood Hack comes from a listener: Take the necessary extra steps to make your tech (or anything else) work for you. And Celebrity Sighting is back! Liz saw David Duchovny on the plane from JFK to LAX. Finally, Liz has a TV show recommendation — Alaskan wilderness competition “Outlast” on Netflix. Get in touch on Twitter: @sarahmfain & @elizabethcraft Get in touch on Instagram: @Sfain & @LizCraft Visit our website: https://happierinhollywood.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/HappierinHollywood/ Happier in Hollywood is part of ‘The Onward Project,' a family of podcasts brought together by Gretchen Rubin—all about how to make your life better. Check out the other Onward Project podcasts—Happier with Gretchen Rubin, Side Hustle School, and Everything Happens with Kate Bowler . If you liked this episode, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell your friends! LINKS: David Duchovny: David Duchovnyimdb.com Outlast trailer: Outlast - Official Trailer - Netflixyoutube.com Photo by Etienne Girardet on Unsplash To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today, we have the next and final in the Living Your Design Series, with the new series all about LIVING your design. In the series, I've brought on each of my incredible coaches (one coach of each Type) to talk about how they have learned to integrate and live their designs.Today's episode features our Generator coach, Lucy Peel, where she shares some facinating thoughts and insights. Lucy is a 2/4 Sacral Generator with the LAX of Laws 2.You can book a session with Lucy below, and if you join HDX you get access to all of our coaches inside the membership group! Book a session with Lucy: https://www.emmadunwoody.com/offers/CJbFsm2XBig Love, MxxLUCY PEEL'S DETAILSIG: @lucypeelhdOTHER RESOURCESWant more on Human Design? Explore the ways to get involved below with courses, memberships, programs and more.Get Your Free Human Design Chart: https://www.emmadunwoody.com/get-your-chartExplore all Human Design Courses: https://www.emmadunwoody.com/storeThe Human Design Experience Membership: https://www.emmadunwoody.com/membershipSupport The Human Design Podcast and your continued learning: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/emmadunwoodyWant to sponsor the podcast? Apply here for the "Millions of Millionaires" project: https://forms.gle/Hs2MGFSuyRrVKJ116Instagram @the_human_design_coachHuman Design FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/285696835929546/Music: Spark Of Inspiration by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comSupport the show
John Carroll Kirby is a musician from Los Angeles. His new record, Blowout, is out today on Stones Throw. We chat about how it's getting harder and harder to get a life, Barbie and Grimace can't occupy this much space in our lives, some Kardashian housekeeping, emerging designer Pinkus, a report from the streets of SF, how much he spent on a (medium) smart water at LAX, we get him set up with an Amex, the Rhodes vs. Nord wars, why he does well in Japan, the exact amount of drinks to have before hitting the stage, going to the Beyonce show in London, when live performances don't need the full band, getting pickpocketed in Rome, the LA river itself catches a stray, him and his gf getting denied at Berghain, the three of us agree to attend the Stagecoach Festival next year, and we close on some sync talk. instagram.com/johncarrollkirby twitter.com/donetodeath twitter.com/themjeans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Holiday travel / How do you escape reality? Claim to Fame / Tom Hank's niece // Claim to Fame – Tom Hank's niece has a meltdown / WHIP Tom Hanks Networth // Travel chaos this weekend / World's larget Cruise Ship ICON of the Seas // Mo Kelly
Coast-to-coast air travel chaos leads to LAX flight disruptions and frustration; Thousands of flights canceled due to bad weather, FAA staff shortages // Lost Pets – Get your pet chipped for free and new technology to help find your pet.