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Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #149 - Neil Hauger - 121 Acre Farm, WI Land & Habitat, Real Estate Investments, Top 5 Things for New Property, Food Plot Setup, Treestand Locations & Geographic Travel Corridors

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 66:18


Neil Hauger from Whitetail Properties joins Jared and Brian on a new episode!  Neil is from Wisconsin and we dive into his real estate history and also his habitat set up on his farm.  We cover: Wisconsin 121 Acre Farm setup & Strategy, Food Plot Setup, Treestand Access, Real Estate moves Neil has made, Top 5 things Neil looks for in a property, Habitat up North vs Southern WI, Gravel Roads & Off the beaten path, Geographic Travel Corridors, Habitat Podcast Video Team & More! Nick Percy GO FUND ME Neil's YouTube Page:  https://www.youtube.com/c/NeilHaugerLandSpecialist Leave us a great review here:  https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Habitat Podcast Site:  www.habitatpodcast.com Land Plans: LAND PLANS Habitat PODCASTS & GEAR:  http://bit.ly/HABITATGEAR The Squirrel - Nut Planting Device - Mention Habitat Podcast in the order notes for 10% off - https://bit.ly/3kdBp9V Realtree Land Pro - Lake States - https://bit.ly/34acwE9 Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH Killer Food Plots - http://bit.ly/KillerFP  10% and free shipping w/code: HP10% Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX  $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees  10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Email us! info@habitatpodcast.com  

Bruins Beat
Bruins 2021-22 Season Preview | Conor Ryan | Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky

Bruins Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 45:10


Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 277 Bruins 2021-22 Season Preview  Presented by BetOnline   Evan Marinofsky of Turner Sports is joined by Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal to preview the new season. The guys answer a plethora of listener questions pertaining to important topics with the Bruins.    Follow Evan Marinofsky on Twitter  Follow CLNS Media on Twitter   5:00 - News breaks while recording 8:00 - Any chance Erik Haula subs in for Charlie Coyle? 15:00 - Derek Forbort nickname talk 21:00 - The third and fourth lines are rebooted 26:00 - What scares you the most about this Bruins team? 34:00 - Biggest threat to the Bruins this year 38:00 - Where do the Bruins rank among the contenders? 41:00 - Conor loves Greg Zanon Bruins Beat & The CLNS Media Network is Powered by BetOnline.ag, Use Promo Code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! Visit Insa Dispensaries at their various Massachusetts Locations or Call 877-500-INSA. Locations are in Salem, East Hampton, and two Springfield locations, including just off I-91 beside the MGM casino.

Commercial Real Estate Secrets
Going from 0 to 700 locations with Steve Bilt

Commercial Real Estate Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 56:44


Steve Bilt is founder and CEO of Smile Brands, which has over 700 locations. Growing to 700 locations has made Smile Brands one of the most formidable DSOs in the world, and they are no where near stopping. Steve has had an amazing track record of having great timing. He was able to sell when the business was valued high and buy back in when it was valued low. Steve has an amazing track record of having great timing. He was able to sell when the business was valued high and buy back in when it was valued low. How did he do it so well?You can help support their nonprofit organization here: https://www.smilesforeveryone.orgGet in touch with Steve: Steve.bilt@smilebrands.com If you need help finding the perfect location or your ready to invest in commercial real estate, email us at podcast@leadersre.com. Sign up for a FREE vulnerability analysis and lease renewal services View our library on apple podcasts or REUniversity.org.Connect on Facebook.

The Disney Vacation Club Show
#131 - Our FALL 2021 Go-To Dining Locations at Disney World!

The Disney Vacation Club Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 22:19


10/11/21 - In this episode, the panel discusses their picks for Fall 2021 dining at Walt Disney World, including restaurants they're excited to try as well as old favorites.

Spiritual Philos-O-Chatter with the Joneses
Episode 129: Earth's Mysterious Locations

Spiritual Philos-O-Chatter with the Joneses

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 61:25


In episode 129, Earths Mysterious Locations, Samantha & Danny chat about several of this planets most mysterious locations including the Bermuda Triangle, Easter Island, The Suicide Forest and The Big Blue Hole. Hear Dolores Cannon research on a couple of this topics as well, straight from Convoluted Universe, Book 1.Follow The Joneses on Facebook, and Instagram at  @SpiritualJonesesBuy show merchandise https://www.redbubble.com/people/SpiritualJonesTheme song "Real God", written by Adam Goodale, performed by A Dam Good Ale Band. www.facebook.com/agoodalegoodbandCover art by Danny Jones, www.djonesartcollection.comFind Samantha at www.samanthajonespsychicmedium.com Visit Danny's art page at www.DJonesArtCollection.comVisit Gypsy Browne at www.GypsyBrowne.comSupport the show (http://www.facebook.com/spiritualjoneses)

The Dusty Wheel: A Wheel of Time Talk Show
NEW WHEEL OF TIME CAST & SET PICS + S2 Locations + Unblurring Lan's Sword!

The Dusty Wheel: A Wheel of Time Talk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 41:25


New Cast & Set images dropped today?! What does it say on Lan's Sword? What's your theory about what it means? Plus, WoTSeries dropped even more news about Season 2 filming locations, extra castings, etc. And, a press junket and New York Comic Con. Join us for this impromptu livestream as we prepare for Friday! WOTSERIES https://www.wotseries.com/2021/10/06/more-wheel-of-time-season-2-filming-locations/ TWEETS https://twitter.com/PrimeVideo/status/1445826240749867009?s=20 SPECIAL GUESTS Leisa Sedai Malkier's King #WoTTube #WoTonPrime #WheelOfTime FOLLOW US AT THE DUSTY WHEEL Discord: https://discord.gg/GTC64yp Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/thedustywheel Instagram: http://bit.ly/2Z92umu Facebook: http://bit.ly/33I74re Twitter: http://bit.ly/2ZrmyfM Store: https://www.zazzle.com/store/thedustywheel/collections LEAVING A TIP AT THE DUSTY WHEEL If you want to leave the Inn or the Innkeeper a tip, you can do so here: https://paypal.me/thedustywheel DUSTY WHEEL PODCASTS - THE DUSTY WHEEL SHOW https://open.spotify.com/show/1RycErfUBSZyrApyMSD90F - BARSIDE CHATS Find these Podcasts on Apple, Spotify, and more! Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2zXudYukmN6v0nQWAKM7nH Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarsideChatsPod

His & Hers Horror
Haunted Houses IRL

His & Hers Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 69:37


It's the spookiest month of the year! This week we talking about real haunted houses, not carnival attractions. Locations discussed include the Whaley House and Himuro Mansion.

School for Startups Radio
October 6, 2021 - 1900 Locations Shawn Burcham and Get There Ken Kladouris

School for Startups Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021


October 6, 2021 - 1900 Locations Shawn Burcham and Get There Ken Kladouris

RNZ: Morning Report
Raglan adds locations of interest as testing ramps up

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 7:03


Raglan is rising to the challenge of alert level three - even the vaccine hesitant are queuing for their shots. Three locations of interest in the town were added to the Ministry of Health's list - including BP Raglan, Ali's Turkish Kebabs, and Raglan Liquor. Raglan Ward Councillor Lisa Thomson has been working at the Covid-19 testing site and spoke to Morning Report's Kim Hill.

Habits and Hustle
Episode 136: Susan Sarich – Founder/CEO of SusieCakes, 22 Locations and Counting, EY Entrepreneur of the Year

Habits and Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 82:13


Susan Sarich is the Founder/CEO of SusieCakes, 22 Locations, and Counting, EY Entrepreneur of the Year. In this episode, Susie runs us through from start to finish how and why she started SusieCakes, what conflicts and struggles she had to overcome and how she managed to, and what she's done now through the pandemic to keep her company afloat and thriving. With a desire for simple desserts with recipes that work, care and appreciation for her staff and the craft, and the persistence to get her company to where it is now, Susie explains how bringing cupcakes to a landlord every day got her property, how trips to Hawaii after 10 years at the company have become a staple, pet insurance, and so much more. For a woman who was told over and over again that her idea wouldn't work and she should just give up, Susie certainly doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon. Listen in and you might just find your new favorite company founding story and your new favorite desserts.Youtube Link to This EpisodeSusie Cakes' Website - https://susiecakes.com/Susie's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/susiesarich/

BierTalk
BierTalk 73 - Interview mit Oliver Klamminger aus Salzburg, Biersommelier und Gründer von Bier OK

BierTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 47:29


Oliver Klamminger verbindet die beiden Lieblingswelten vieler seiner Geschlechtsgenossen: Bier und Sport. Dabei war für den gelernten Sportjournalisten das Bier anfangs noch die schönste Nebensache, hat sich aber immer mehr in den Vordergrund gedrängt und schließlich die Führung in seinem noch jungen Leben übernommen. Nach der Biersommelierausbildung betreute er erst die Braukurse im Obertrumer Bierkulturhaus, bis mit der Selbständigkeit als Biersommelier mit einer eigenen Veranstaltungsfirma der nächste Schritt auf der Evolutionsleiter folgte. Jetzt führt Oliver mit seinem Partner Bierinteressierte durch Salzburg und begeistert sie in den unterschiedlichsten Locations von der sprudelnden Bierkultur der Festspielstadt. Im BierTalk enthüllt er auch das Lieblingsgetränk seiner Frau und geht mit Markus und Holger der Frage nach, was Großereignisse im Sport und beim Bier gemeinsam haben...

Make Maine Your Home
Filming locations across Maine

Make Maine Your Home

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 3:50


In this week's episode we are going to talk about filming locations across Maine. There are a ton of movies that were filmed in Maine. We talk about the iconic movie Forest Gump and where in Maine it was filmed. We also talk about The Preacher's Wife filmed right in Deering Oaks Park. Of course we have to talk about Pet Sematary written by our state hero Stephen King. We also talk about The Cider House Rules which was partially filmed on Mount Desert Island. And we talk about Blow the Man Down, the new Amazon filmed in Harpswell. Which one of these movies is your favorite? And are there any that we missed? Let us know in the comments down below and remember, if you Make Maine Your Home, you don't have to do it alone!   View the blog post on my website...  XXXXX To checkout listings all over southern Maine visit: https://www.makemaineyourhome.realestate/ You can listen to the audio podcast on any podcast app.  Just search for Make Maine Your Home. Be sure to subscribe, like, share and tell your friends.   To contact Doug you can call or text to 207-838-5593, email to doug@makemaineyourhome.com or check out http://www.MakeMaineYourHome.com. 

The Tommy Show
Cat Count in DC, TikTok MeetUps, Weiner Dogs Takeover the Wharf

The Tommy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 20:05


The DCist has a story about the official DC Cat Count which concluded after 3 years of counting. Over 200,000 cats live in DC and 3000 of them are feral. There are 6 payphones still in operation in DC. According to WTOP the locations are: 1432 H St. NW, in front of a Cheesecake Factory, 2452 18th St. NW, in Adams Morgan, right between Shenanigans Irish Pub and Julia's Empanadas. Four phones are on Mount Pleasant Street in Northwest in front of a supermarket, dry cleaner, community center and ice cream shop. Axios DC has a story about a new meetup group of young TikTokers meeting up in DC called DMV Besties. The community of young adult friendship-seekers is now more than 700 strong. As we enter the Halloween season, what is the psychology of being scared? We talked with psychiatrist Dr. Asha Patton-Smith from Kaiser Permanente. This year's 9th Annual Wiener 500 Dachshund Dash at the District Wharf is happening on Saturday. Participants can watch over seventy Dachshunds race on the District Pier track. Spectators can catch all the action on our 17-foot jumbotron screen with live video footage and commentary from emcee Tommy McFly. Beginning October 1, electric scooters in the District will need to be locked to a pole or bicycle rack. Links: DC Counts Cats: DC Counts Cats Location of DC Public Pay Phones: Locations of DC Public Payphones DMV Besties IG: DMV Besties Instagram Enter Your Dog Into the Weiner Race: Enter Your Dog Into the Weiner Race From Real.Fun.DC. “The Tommy and Kelly Show” is produced in Washington, DC providing news, culture, playful conversation, positive energy, and a dose of morning fun any time. Download the Real.Fun.DC. APP to check out our wide array of programming app.RealFunDC.com Follow Kelly Collis Twitter: @CityShopGirl

The Dori Monson Show
Hour 2: Woman attacked in Ballard twice in different locations by the same man

The Dori Monson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 33:07


1PM - The Fastest 15 // Woman attacked in Ballard twice in different locations by the same man // Tribe wants Chiefs face removed from Seattle logo // CANCELLED: Star Wars // Video of woman inappropriately touching Gaston at Disney is going viral // Hump Day with 710 ESPN's Brock Huard See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Star Trek Podcasts: Trek.fm Complete Master Feed
The 602 Club : 350: They Did Predict the Future!

Star Trek Podcasts: Trek.fm Complete Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 92:54


Logan's Run. The late 60s were the beginning of sci-fi films growing in popularity with 2001 and The Planet of the Apes captivating audiences, leaving studios scrambling to find their one hit in the genre. In this, the 350th episode of The 602 Club, hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome John Mills to talk about Logan's Run. We discuss a little history, why Logan's Run, adaptation, locations, production value, a failing, the robot, control, reality distortion, the cast our ratings, recommendations and something special! Chapters A Little History (00:01:59) Why Logan's Run (00:04:15) Adaptation (00:07:06) Locations (00:17:23) Production Value (00:24:50) A Failing (00:32:41) The Robot (00:39:00) Control (00:44:47) Reality Distortion (00:52:12) The Cast (00:59:21) Ratings (01:12:16) Recommendations (01:17:23) Something Special (01:24:35) Host Matthew Rushing Co-Host Christy Morris Guest John Mills Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Associate Producer) Davis Grayson (Associate Producer) Daniel Noa (Associate Producer) Ryan Maillet (Associate Producer) Social Twitter: @The602Club Instagram: @the602clubtfm

The 602 Club: A Geekery Speakeasy
334: They Did Predict the Future!

The 602 Club: A Geekery Speakeasy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 92:54


Logan's Run. The late 60s were the beginning of sci-fi films growing in popularity with 2001 and The Planet of the Apes captivating audiences, leaving studios scrambling to find their one hit in the genre. In this, the 350th episode of The 602 Club, hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome John Mills to talk about Logan's Run. We discuss a little history, why Logan's Run, adaptation, locations, production value, a failing, the robot, control, reality distortion, the cast our ratings, recommendations and something special! Chapters A Little History (00:01:59) Why Logan's Run (00:04:15) Adaptation (00:07:06) Locations (00:17:23) Production Value (00:24:50) A Failing (00:32:41) The Robot (00:39:00) Control (00:44:47) Reality Distortion (00:52:12) The Cast (00:59:21) Ratings (01:12:16) Recommendations (01:17:23) Something Special (01:24:35) Host Matthew Rushing Co-Host Christy Morris Guest John Mills Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Associate Producer) Davis Grayson (Associate Producer) Daniel Noa (Associate Producer) Ryan Maillet (Associate Producer) Social Twitter: @The602Club Instagram: @the602clubtfm

The TripleJump Podcast
TripleJump Podcast 134: Sequel Settings - Is It OK To Reuse Locations?

The TripleJump Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 77:15


Join Ben Potter, Peter Austin and Ashton Matthews as they run through some listener questions, what they're playing, some weird gaming news, and whether or not they'd like to revisit locations in sequels to games? What about Madden 22 censoring player names because they're considered profanity? This is the TripleJump gaming podcast.AUDIO TIMESTAMPSIntro: 00:00What We Playin': 12:33Weird News: 40:23The Big Discussion: 1:00:52LINKS:https://kotaku.com/madden-22-thinks-my-name-is-profanity-1847705621https://kotaku.com/luigi-discovered-in-sega-dreamcast-prototype-1847705311https://www.gamingbible.co.uk/news/games-gamer-survives-stabbing-thanks-to-witcher-card-game-gwent-20210812 #SequelLocations #GTA #MaddenNoFoulLanguage -------------------------- Subscribe for more wonderful video game content from Ben Potter, Peter Austin and Ashton Matthews! TripleJump provides video coverage of video games - including top ten lists featuring current gen platforms (PS4 & PS5, Xbox One & Xbox Series X/Xbox Series S, Nintendo Switch and PC), retro consoles (PlayStation, Nintendo, Xbox and Sega), as well as Worst Games Ever, video game challenges, launch games videos, first impressions, podcasts, livestreams and much, much more. Careers, contacts, and more information can be found on our website: http://tripleju.mp ⇨ Official PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo digital storefront credit (and Minecraft Minecoins): https://triplejump.gg/⇨ Patreon: https://Patreon.com/TeamTripleJump⇨ Twitch: https://Twitch.tv/TeamTripleJump⇨ Merchandise: https://triplejumpshop.com/⇨ Livestream VODs: http://tripleju.mp/vods⇨ Podcast: https://play.acast.com/s/triplejump⇨ Twitter: https://Twitter.com/TeamTripleJump⇨ Facebook: https://Facebook.com/TeamTripleJump⇨ Discord: http://Bit.ly/TeamTripleJump Follow the team on social media:• Ben: http://www.twitter.com/Confused_Dude & Confused_Dude on PSN• Peter: http://www.twitter.com/ThatPeterAustin & https://instagram.com/ThatPeterAustin• Ashton: http://www.twitter.com/ScrambledAshton & https://instagram.com/ScrambledAshton Follow our friends!• Billy Ray Walrus: https://twitter.com/BillyRayBotrus• Rules Boss: https://twitter.com/ThisIsRulesBoss• Barbara Pis: https://twitter.com/pis_barbara The TripleJump Podcast is hosted by Acast, but available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and more!Acast: https://play.acast.com/s/triplejump See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
The Power of Transformational Coaching [THA 242]

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 40:29


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGA_CMPUwKA Patrick McHugh always tinkered with ‘stuff'. His dad bought an '85 BMW. They learned all about that car together. A friend, Eric, had a lift and was a BMW person who helped Patrick and his dad learn everything about the CAR. At 15 years old he started working in an airport, doing odd jobs, to earn credits to learn to be a pilot. He soloed at 16 years old. The day before college he got his pilot's license Patrick attended Purdue University where he studied aeronautical technology. He kept flying and earned his instrument license and became an instructor. He loves to teach. As fate would have it, he became a pilot upon college graduation from Trans State Airlines a regional carrier for United. He was based in Richmond Virginia. With normal pilot downtime, he continued to tinker with BMW's. He discovered that being a pilot was not for him, so he went into avionics and shade tree work at home. There were too many cars in the driveway, so he had to decide to stop or go into business. Bimmer Rescue was created in 2008 in Richmond Virginia and generates a big portion of its business through referrals. They earn their business through their professional service and attention given to each customer. Patrick's goal is to develop a relationship with BMW, Mini, Audi, and Volkswagen owners that allows them to get the maximum amount of value from their vehicle rather than buying a new one. Listen to Patrick's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22McHugh%22 (HERE). David Askwith, Managing Director, Auto Stream Car Care, MD. David oversees all of the daily sales, operations, personnel and marketing functions.  Responsible for six locations, with 39 bays and annual revenue of 9.4 million dollars.  Responsible for 11 direct reports with a company of 53 employees. Jon Kloosterman, Director of Operations WestSide Auto Group, Zeeland, MI, 3 Locations. Jon started in the Automotive Industry in 2008 as a General Service Technician for Westside Auto Group. In 2012 he became a full time Service Advisor as Westside Auto Group expanded their original location from 3 to 7 bays. He has been part of Westside Auto Group's growth process holding Manager positions in multiple locations. In 2020 he became the Director of Operations for what is now a 3 location operation that serves communities in West Michigan. He holds multiple ASE Certifications and has had the opportunity to serve on multiple different panels in West Michigan's Independent world. Key Talking Points Transformers Institute- Dan Taylor stood on a table about “Transformational Coaching”   Annual emotional intelligence review- what are your accomplishments? What are your misses? What do you want to do better? Obtain their feedback and learn about the goals they want to achieve. All-encompassing. “Sitting on the same side of the table together.” Employees feel a part of the business processes/procedures. Ownership of their own growth.  Let people write their own story, this will be the easiest path for them and you.  Don't push a square peg round hole. Leaders encourage feedback.   Practicing active listening: "Unpack" what people say.  Get used to saying, "What did you mean when you wrote XYX" or “Can you please expand on this statement.” Listening doesn't always mean you sit quiet, you also guide them along the way.   As an owner take notes and start the employee on their goal paths.  Goal posters- dreams and visions. Walk alongside your employees.   Believe it will work before you implement it. Listen to what your coaches and coaching groups are saying. Start with the employee you're most comfortable with first.   “Write your own story” to grow in the shop A special thanks to Patrick McHugh, David Askwith and Jon Kloosterman for their contribution to the aftermarket. Books Page https://my.captivate.fm/books/ (HERE) Listen to all...

No F*cks Given with Sean Avery
Sharing Locations

No F*cks Given with Sean Avery

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 77:59


Sean interviews Danbury's finest AJ Gallante

Missed Apex F1 Podcast
Locations and Law

Missed Apex F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 70:09


Spanners and Trumpets are joined by digital law expert Peter Wright and magazine and media mogul Magnus Greaves as they colour outside of the usual F1 lines. From party cities to performance clauses, from intellectual property to heritage holidays, no X factor goes unnegotiated in this, the latest episode of Missed Apex Podcast!Magnus Greaves RACEWKND: 2021 Subscription (theracewknd.com)RACEWKND (@theracewknd) • Instagram photos and videosPeter Wright Peter Wright (@DigitalLawUK) / TwitterA digital law firm tech and law firms trust. | Digital Law (digitallawuk.com)Spanners Ready Spanners

The Dale Jackson Show
Dale discusses how we need to look into the vaccination status, locations, and approximate time the virus was contracted of the teachers that have died of Covid-19 in AL, because the media is making it sound like it's because of the students - 9-21-21

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 18:30


Another Black Owned Business
EP 442: THE JUICE

Another Black Owned Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 1:31


The juice is owned by Elizabeth Halpern. Industry: Smoothie and milkshake company What is your business about?: Neighborhood Juice & Smoothie Shops serving 100% Organic Cold Pressed Juices and smoothies. As well as healthy sweets, treats and more. With 3 Locations in Los Angeles. Atwater Village. Highland Park and Downtown LA. Phone: 3236440250 Business Email: info@thejuicela.com Business Address: Glendale Boulevard Los Angeles Business Website: Thjuicela.com Business Social Media: Instagram: @Thejuice_la What is one business tip you would suggest to a new entrepreneur?: Put you faith in a trusted mentor --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anotherblackownedbiz/support

Thirst Drinks Podcast
New Thirst Locations!

Thirst Drinks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 5:36


Analyst Talk With Jason Elder
IALEIA@40 - FIAT

Analyst Talk With Jason Elder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 34:12


Release Date: September 15, 2021 Description:  Happy 40th Anniversary to the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis! In this special episode series, Jason connects with some of the most influential members of IALEIA regarding the association's history, local chapter activity, certification and training, the future of the association, and much more! This week, Jason talks with Gregory Thomas and Stacey Gosnell-Day about FIAT, the Foundations of Intelligence Analysis Training. Greg and Stacey share their insight on the history and foundation of FIAT, list some of their favorite modules to teach, and close the segment by encouraging listeners to take part in courses as a participant or as a teacher! Name Drops: Elise Dekoschak (00:07:02), Marilyn Peterson (00:12:26, 00:20:04)  Related Links: Learn more about FIAT: https://www.ialeia.org/foundations_of_intelligence_an.php Interested in hosting a FIAT: https://www.ialeia.org/docs/FIAT_Hosting_FAQs_3-24-20.pdf Association(s) Mentioned: IALEIA, RISS, LEIU, NW3C  Vendor(s) Mentioned:  Contact: FIAT@ialeia.org, https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregory-thomas-b2320432/,  Podcast Writer:  Kathleen Allen Podcast Researchers: Kathleen Allen Theme Song: Slowly Until We Get There - Joey Pecoraro Podcast Email: leapodcasts@gmail.com  Podcast Webpage: www.leapodcasts.com  Podcast Twitter: @leapodcasts YouTube Version:  https://youtu.be/0GPCaF0w_Q0   00:00:30 – Introducing the 40th Anniversary Series  00:00:52 – Greg's Introduction  00:02:23 – Stacey's Introduction  00:03:22 – FIAT History and Foundation  00:08:26 – What Makes FIAT Different 00:12:59 – Favorite Modules and Concepts  00:22:18 – Module and Material Updates  00:24:46 – Locations and International Outreach 00:30:00 – Final Words                               

Bowhunt or Die
S:12 Planning The Perfect Treestand Locations

Bowhunt or Die

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021


Todd & Neal both take us through the process of where they place their treestands, and the best way to access them.

LensWork - Photography and the Creative Process
LW1263 - Photographing Iconic Locations

LensWork - Photography and the Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 12:54


LW1263 - Photographing Iconic Locations Iconic locations can be a challenge because they are so iconic, so photographed, so easy to follow the herd mentality. But there are some good reasons for us to photograph them, reasons that will help make our photographs unlike all the others. You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a series at www.brooksjensenarts.com. and... "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're interested in photography and the creative life, you need to know about the incredible resources you can access as a member of LensWork Online. LensWork Online includes hundreds of hours of audio, video, and downloadable content - literally terabytes of content, content, and more content. All 1200+ of Brooks Jensen's podcasts, the complete Here's a Thought... video library, Looking at Images commentaries, Creative Labs and new channels for 2020 including Finding the Picture and Those Who Inspire Me (and Why). We add new content literally every day. You can learn more about memberships to LensWork Online at www.lenswork.com. And don't forget that all members can download the digital versions of LensWork for your tablet or computer. LensWork Online is the most content-rich resource for ideas and inspiration you'll find anywhere on the Internet.

American Conservative University
American Thought Leaders- PART 1. Dr. Robert Malone, mRNA Vaccine Inventor, on Latest COVID-19 Data

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 41:21


American Thought Leaders- PART 1. Dr. Robert Malone, mRNA Vaccine Inventor, on Latest COVID-19 Data AMERICAN THOUGHT LEADERS https://www.theepochtimes.com/c-american-thought-leaders  PART 1: Dr. Robert Malone, mRNA Vaccine Inventor, on Latest COVID-19 Data, Booster Shots, and the Shattered Scientific ‘Consensus' “We need to confront the data [and] not try to cover stuff up or hide risks,” says mRNA vaccine pioneer Dr. Robert Malone. What does the most recent research say about the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines? In this two-part episode, we sit down again with Dr. Malone for a comprehensive look at the vaccines, booster shots, repurposed drugs like ivermectin, and the ethics of vaccine mandates. Jan Jekielek: Dr. Robert Malone, it's such a pleasure to have you back on American Thought Leaders. Dr. Robert Malone: Always my pleasure, Jan, and thank you for the chance to come back and visit. Mr. Jekielek: I want to read you a few headlines that I've come across in the last few weeks since we did our recent interview, and give you a chance to speak to them. This is a drophead: “Robert Malone claims to have invented mRNA technology. Why is he trying so hard to undermine its use?” How do you react to this? Dr. Malone: That's the Atlantic hit piece. It was a very interesting article because it has a number of logic jumps and irregularities. Then it ends up contradicting itself in the last paragraph, and basically confirming that my assertions about having being the originator of the core technology are valid. I'm subjected to this meme that you didn't really do the things that you did in the late 1980s almost continuously, usually from internet trolls.  So really what the young author was picking up on was some internet memes that have been wrapped around the prior press push that Katie Kariko and Drew Weissman were the ones that had originated the technology. Now that was clearly false, but it was very actively promoted by their university, which holds a key patent, and then advanced through Stat News, Boston Globe, CNN, and then finally the New York Times. We challenged that, and in the case of the New York Times, they actually recut their interview and podcast with Katie Kariko to cut out the parts where she had claimed that she was the original inventor.  But how do I react to it, this kind of pejorative use of language to cast shade? It doesn't really bother me. I know what the facts are, and I have this massive amount of documentation. When people come at me with those things, I just say, “Hey, look, here it's on the website. Here are the documents, you can make your own assessment.”  The thing that bothers me about all of this, when they're personalizing character assassination on me and character attacks, is that it distracts from the issues. And it's not about me, this kind of chronic questioning of why would I be saying things about the ethics of what's going on? Why would I be raising concerns about the safety signals? I must have some ulterior motive.  There's an underlying theme to all this, that I must have some ulterior motive. This particular journalist asked me again, and again, and again, trying to get at, “What was my ulterior motive for trying to undermine these vaccines based on my technology?” It was so paradoxical, the push of a whole series of questions that he raised with me.  I don't know what it says about journalism or what it says about our culture, that we always assume that someone must have an ulterior motive. It's not sufficient to just be addressing an issue because it matters, because it is the ethically correct thing to do. There seems to be this assumption that everybody's got an angle. It says more about the author than it says about me.  This kind of casting shade and aspersions on me personally as a way to avoid addressing the underlying issues, I just see it as a kind of noise and also a little bit sad. It's almost an affirmation. If the strongest thing they can come up with is to try to attack and cast shade on whether or not I made a significant contribution that led to over nine patents during the late 1980s—if that's the worst they can throw at me, I'm doing pretty good. So that's how I see it. Mr. Jekielek: So you're not trying, “So hard to undermine the use of this vaccine technology.” Dr. Malone: No. My concern here, as I said in our prior interview, is that there's been a series of actions taken, policies taken, regulatory actions taken, that are at odds with how I've been trained with the norms as I've always understood them. The regulatory norms, the scientific norms—these things have been waived. For a lot of people, it doesn't make sense.  And recall, reeling back, what triggered this was this amazing podcast with Bret Weinstein and Steve Kirsch, where I don't think at that point in time the world had really heard anyone questioning the underlying safety data assumptions and ethics of what was being done. There was a widespread sense of unease about these mandates and efforts to force vaccinations, and expedite the licensure of this and deploy it globally on the basis of very abbreviated clinical trials. There was a widespread sense of uneasiness.  But people didn't really have language to express it. When that podcast happened, for some reason, it catalyzed global interest in a way that I didn't expect. I still have people writing me, “I just saw the Bret Weinstein DarkHorse Podcast.” Something happened there, where events came together. I expressed some things that I had just been observing that I felt were anomalous in how the government was managing the situation, in the nature of the vaccines, in the testing of the vaccines, and in the ethics of how they were being deployed and forced on children, plus other things in various countries, including the United States.  That triggered a whole cascade, but it wasn't because I had concerns about the technology or was casting shade on the technology, I've repeatedly made it clear that, in my opinion, these vaccines have saved lives. I get challenged on that all the time, by the way. There's a whole cohort that says, “Oh no, these aren't worth anything. They shouldn't be used at all. They're not effective.”  In my opinion, they've saved a lot of lives and they're very appropriate at this point in time. The risk benefit favors administration of these vaccines, even with all we've learned since in these last few months, it favors their administration to the elderly and the high-risk populations. So contrary to this thread of I'm trying to denigrate these and tear them down—no, I'm trying to say I'm all in favor, strongly in favor of ethical development and deployment of vaccines that are safe, pure, effective, and non-adulterated.  I'm really strongly dug in that we need to confront the data as it is, and not try to cover stuff up or hide risks or avoid confronting risks. In my opinion, the way that we get to good public policy  in public health is we not only recognize those risks, but we also constantly take the position of looking forward, looking for leading indicators of risk, performing risk mitigation, and monitoring for black swans and unexpected events surrounding that. That's where I come from, strongly believing that the norms that have been developed over the last 30 to 40 years in vaccinology should be maintained. We shouldn't jettison them just because we're having a crisis. Mr. Jekielek: Why don't we do a review? There's been a number of very significant papers in the last week or two that have come out with very robust data sets telling us, to my less educated eye, some very valuable information. If you agree, maybe you can review some of these for us. I know you've been studying every one of these in some detail. Dr. Malone: The emergence of the Delta variant, whether originally in India and then subsequently in the UK and then in Israel, has really thrown back the public health enterprise globally and in these countries, because there were assumptions made about the effectiveness of the current vaccines and their ability to contain the outbreak. There was almost a social contract set up between the vaccine recipients and the governments and public health authorities. That social contract was, “Despite what you may have heard about the risks of some of these products and the fact that we admittedly did rush them, we're protecting your health. If you take these products, you will be safe.” That's the social contract. “Despite all these other concerns, you will be safe, and you won't have to retake them. You'll be protected.” People believed they had a shield if they bought in and did this. And then the Delta variant came along, and suddenly that was no longer valid. The assumption that had been made, the social contract, was somehow broken. First we found out, if you'll recall this cascade of events—we had Pfizer disclose that the durability, the length of time that the vaccine would provide protection was not as expected. It was something like six months. This came out of the Israeli data. Mr. Jekielek: Just to be clear, are we talking about protection from infection or protection from disease? Dr. Malone: That's a whole other rabbit hole. It really was protection from infection and spread that was the main parameter of concern with the six month data. You may recall that announcement was made unilaterally by Pfizer based on the Israeli data, and then immediately contradicted by Dr. Fauci saying that this wasn't true and Pfizer had no right to make these statements, and they hadn't discussed it with him. Pfizer then apologized and backed down.  And a week later, the U.S. government announced, that in fact, we were going to need to have boosters. Then there was the announcement that the government had contracted to buy the boosters that were going to be deployed at eight months. Then more data came out. Now most recently the government is saying, “We may have to have boosters at five months.” There was emergency use authorization that this third dose would be deployed to elderly and immunocompromised. And now we're talking about everybody needing it.  So this was the logic, “Take the dose, take the two shots or the one-shot for J&J and you'll be protected. We'll get out of this because we'll reach herd immunity. The whole problem is that we just don't have enough people that are being compliant with this.” Remember, this goes back to July 4th.  July 4th was the goal when we were going to have 70 per cent vaccine uptake. We didn't meet that. And there was a lot of discomfort with the Israeli data. Then all of this new information is rolled out, the Israeli data in particular, having to do with the increasing number of infections and hospitalizations.  At first the position was that this was only occurring in the unvaccinated cohort. Then that became increasingly untenable and it became clear that it was occurring in the vaccinated cohort. The same became true with the UK data set, which is stronger than the American monitoring system. They do a lot more sequence analysis.  So now we had this paradox that those that had been vaccinated, while the data still suggested that they're largely protected from disease and death and more protected than the unvaccinated from disease and death, they're no longer protected from infection. It became clear within the data, and through multiple sources, that the levels of virus replication in the individuals, even who had been vaccinated previously, was the same or higher as the levels of virus replication in those that had been un-vaccinated. And also that those that had been vaccinated and had breakthrough infections, which is what we're talking about, were also shedding virus and able to spread virus.  So that raised the prospect that they were kind of the new super spreaders, because they would have less apparent disease and yet still be shedding high levels of virus. Then we started to see some signs suggesting that there may be some differences in the nature or onset or titers of disease in those that had been infected beyond six months after their vaccination point. This is the waning phase.  That set up a situation where a lot of folks were on edge. There were still a lot of media pushing that this was a pandemic of the unvaccinated, but that became increasingly untenable as the data rolled in. You've referred to this paper that came out. There were actually three in a row that came out almost immediately after the license was issued for the BioNTech product.  There was a paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine that had an odd structure in which they related adverse events associated with the virus infection and a much more comprehensive assessment of adverse events associated with the vaccines. By juxtaposing these two data sets in the same manuscript, the case was made that, “Yes, we have this significantly enhanced spectrum of adverse events associated with the vaccine beyond what had been previously disclosed. We were all focused on the cardio-toxicity.”  But now, additional adverse events, and things that we discussed when we had our last chat as parent adverse events, these are now fairly well-documented in this New England Journal article, things like viral reactivation. So this is the shingles, for instance.  The paper attempts to make the case that, “The vaccines have a lot of adverse events, but the disease has a lot of adverse events also, and the disease is worse. Also there's a lot of overlap between these adverse events associated with the disease and the vaccine.” But the messaging was focused in that manuscript that it was far worse to get the disease than to have the adverse events associated with the vaccine.  That's a little bit of a false analogy, because the vaccine ostensibly would be deployed to 80 or 90 per cent of the population. And in terms of this wave of Delta, we might see something like 20 or 30 per cent of the population infected if we're lucky. Then there's an imbalance of who's at risk with the vaccine versus who's at risk for the infection, but that was the construct. Mr. Jekielek: And just to be clear, what do you mean by 20 to 30 per cent, if we're lucky? Where do those numbers come from? Dr. Malone: I've seen data suggesting that the total population right now that's been infected in the United States is something like about 20 per cent of the total population. We don't have that widespread of an uptake of infection in the U.S. or in the UK. UK data also shows those kinds of numbers. They're reflected in a cohort that have had a natural infection and recovered from that, and then acquired the immune response associated with that.  It's seen in the numbers, for instance, in those cases where there is an accounting, such as in the Great Britain database, the British database, where they say the fraction of the population that's been vaccinated, and then the fraction of the population that's acquired natural immunity. It's also covered in the CDC slide deck that was leaked. I don't think that was available when we had our last conversation.  At the early outset, at the front edge of the Delta outbreak here in the United States, there was a key slide deck that was disclosed to the Washington Post without approval by a CDC employee. Within that slide deck, it showed a number of confidential internal assessments that weren't intended to be shared with the public. Those assessments also included an estimate that we had something like 50 per cent of the population that had accepted vaccine at that point in time. In addition, there was something like 20 per cent of the population that had been infected.  So if you add those two, if you were to consider natural infection as providing some degree of protection against the virus, then we would move from something like 50 per cent vaccine uptake to something like 70 per cent of the population at that point in time that had actually acquired some form of immunity either through vaccination or infection. So that's the basis of my seat-of-the-pants estimate.  In addition, in the CDC slide deck, the government revealed in two key slides that were at the center of that deck, that their epidemiologic calculations and projections were such that the reproductive coefficient of Delta was something in the range of eight. There's other papers that suggest it's more like a little over five, that it was as infectious as chickenpox approximately, which is highly infectious, about two to three times more infectious than the Alpha strain was.  Based on those projections and some assumptions about the percent of the population that had been naturally infected, and the percent of the population that had taken up vaccine, and some assumptions about the effectiveness of mask use in protecting either an individual from being infected by a third party that wasn't using masks or protecting a third party from infection from somebody that was using a mask and was infected—there were a series of projection curves about how that could impact on the spread of the virus.  Basically when you work through those curves, what they demonstrated was that even if we had 100 per cent vaccine uptake with these vaccines, where the technical term is leaky, that do not provide perfect protection against infection, that we would not be able to stop the spread of the virus through the U.S. population. We would slow it. So that's where those estimates come from.  That's where that assessment that is being used as the basis for advocating widespread mask deployment throughout the United States, that's where that policy comes from. It's a CDC analysis that if we don't use masks, then the virus will spread quite rapidly. If we do have full compliance with mask use, we can slow it down a bit. And so that's why we have these various mask mandates throughout the United States now. Mr. Jekielek: Fascinating. You started talking about natural immunity here. I thought it was some of the most interesting, robust data, at least to my eye. Again, you're the one who's going to be speaking on this. Dr. Malone: I agree, and a lot of people agree. It was covered in Science magazine. It's still a pre-print, but it was robust enough, and well enough constructed that even on the basis of the pre-print, Science magazine went ahead and made the clear point. Really, throughout the world, there was recognition that this new data coming out of Israel, as I recall, demonstrated that the term that's often used is natural immunity. It's an odd term, but it's now in common language.  What that means is protection afforded by having been infected and recovered from infection, which will generate a broad immune response. And it's now been shown in that paper and others that the breadth of that immune response in terms of memory T and B cell populations is more diverse and more long lasting than the breadth of immune response elicited by the spike based vaccines alone.  That data that you're alluding to showed that this natural immunity is broader and more durable, which contradicted some studies that the CDC had developed. So we were in a kind of tension. Which is the real data, the CDC data, or these other papers that are evaluated memory T and B cell populations? Which is true? We have multiple truths or multiple pieces of data, plus different groups claiming it's one way or the other.  Then this data was dropped about the evidence of protection. It seems to indicate and be consistent with the claims that the breadth and durability of the immune response was superior with the natural infection in recovery. There's also evidence that there's a significant, depending on the timeframe, six to twenty-fold improvement in protection from infection and disease associated with the natural immunity acquired from prior infection, compared to that conferred by the vaccine.  So now the public, in their social contract with the public health agencies, is faced with the situation where they had been told that natural immunity was not as protective, and that they can't rely on that. If you've been previously infected, you should still get both doses of vaccine, and this vaccination would provide broad, durable protection. It would protect you, and it would protect your elders from you potentially spreading disease to them.  Now, those things have all come into question. The population is still reeling from that. We have kind of dug into these camps. My sense is that people haven't really fully processed what this means. It is profound.  We were discussing before we started shooting, that I had a long podcast interview today and a kind of advisory session with a group of Latin American physicians and scientists that were evaluating public policy for vaccine rollout versus early treatment options for the different cohorts that they have to protect. They were seeing this data from the eyes of folks that really haven't had good access to vaccines, but are facing the prospects that their countries could execute vaccine contracts and bring in these vaccines. They are asking the question, “Does this make sense for us? Is this good policy? Should our country invest in these mRNA vaccines?”  That is why they were talking to me. “What are we going to get for it if we do this? What's going to be the benefit to our population?” It was a very level-headed discussion. But they were pushing me in this, getting back to this theme of me being the vaccine skeptic. They were the ones pushing me saying, “We just don't see the value here for our populations. We don't see a compelling case when these products aren't stopping the spread. They are going to have to be re-administered fairly frequently if they're to be effective?”  Now, the other thing that comes out of this, a concern that the World Health Organization hasn't really come to terms with—I'm speaking of the CDC and the WHO and the whole global infrastructure, including the Israeli government—is one of now mandating a third jab. So in Israel, if you haven't received all three, you're not considered fully vaccinated. Mr. Jekielek: You have a six month window, if I'm not mistaken. Dr. Malone: Precisely. But one of the things about the Israeli data is that they vaccinated in such a bolus, in such a short push, because they have such a compliant population, that essentially, they have a spike in vaccinated persons. So they're all moving concurrently through that six month window now.  There was a pivotal interview with the director of the CDC and she was asked, “Do we have any data? Do we have data, or do we just have hope about the benefits of the third dose?” And she, to her credit, acknowledged that we don't have data. All we have is hope.  Here's the problem with that. Vaccine responses are not linear. More is not better. There are many cases where if you dose more or dose more frequently or move beyond a prime and a boost, you can actually quench the immune response. You can move into “high zone tolerance.” You can move into a situation where your immune responses drop.  Now there's a little bit of foreshadowing on this in another paper that's out where they looked at the effects of vaccination post-infection. Remember this was the policy, that those like me that have been infected should go ahead and take two jabs, take two doses of vaccine. Mr. Jekielek: Which you did. Dr. Malone: Which I did, hoping that it would be helpful for a long COVID period. That data hasn't really played out that way. And there's a paper showing that you can actually quench T-cell responses. You get an improved kind of a super immune response, they assert in that manuscript, after a single dose when you've been previously infected. But with the second dose, your T-cell population actually gets quenched, which is consistent with high zone tolerance.  So if that paper was to be expanded and verified with more robust numbers, it would suggest that one dose after natural infection would be a good thing. Two doses would be a bad thing. Now that's the equivalent of three doses if you think about it, natural infection being dose one. So to say that we don't have any data is a little misleading. We have some leading indicators that suggest that it might not be such a good idea. And now, that data will come out from Israel. The conservative position to take is time will tell, and then we will know.  The Israelis continue to be in the throes of a very active Delta virus infection surge right now. There's some other very intriguing tidbits going on here in this whole public policy of vaccines versus no vaccines, versus universal vaccines, versus the Barrington position that we should selectively vaccinate those that are at high risk. Mr. Jekielek: The Great Barrington Declaration? Dr. Malone: Yes, the Great Barrington Declaration. After that whole matrix of decisions, in comes Sweden. You may recall that Sweden was roundly criticized for this naive notion that they weren't going to vaccinate. They were going to allow the virus to have its will with the population. They have backtracked from that now, to be technically accurate. They have about 40 per cent vaccine uptake and they've acknowledged that position was naive and counterproductive. They had excess deaths initially in the high-risk cohorts.  But what they did do was have a lot more natural infection with alpha and beta strains. And now that Delta is moving through the region, they have an extremely low mortality rate, often hitting zero on any one day—in comparison to some of their neighbors that didn't take that policy, and didn't have such widespread natural infection. Like Finland, for example, where they deployed vaccine very avidly and had good uptake, they're having the exponential growth rate curve that's happening in many other Northern European countries right now. Mr. Jekielek: I'm going to comment here. This is very interesting because you're interpreting this data a bit differently than Dr. Martin Kulldorff, who is from Sweden.  His commentary in a recent interview we did was simply that there were no mandates of any sort ever in Sweden, yet their vaccine use is actually quite high. He said it's one of the higher rates that exist. But he didn't factor in this time period that you said at the beginning, where there was this idea of letting the natural infections happen. And you're saying the reason their rates are zero mortality is because of that. Dr. Malone: Yes. It is a very reasonable explanation for what's happened there. It's a differentiator between them and some of their neighboring countries. They did have that early policy and they did have fairly widespread infection. So that would be consistent with the data suggesting that natural infection is providing broader and more durable immunity.  This gets to the logic of a selective deployment of vaccines to those that are at highest risk. For that fragment of the population, let's say below 65, depending on where you want to cut the line, 60, 65, 70, some people go down to 55, not providing vaccine coverage to those individuals unless they're in a very high risk population, morbidly obese, or with immunologic deficiencies—that may be a more enlightened public policy.  By the way, it is one more consistent with the WHO position that we still have limited vaccine supply, and it would be far more appropriate and equitable to deploy that vaccine supply more broadly globally to protect the elders in particular throughout the world, rather than this focus on universal vaccination.  Now with a booster, a third booster, a third dose, there's been multiple statements by the WHO that they believe this is not ethical. Now, I had another interview today with a journalist podcaster who is from South Africa but living in France, and very aware of the French resistance that's developing now to vaccines with all those protests. Mr. Jekielek: To vaccine mandates, correct? Dr. Malone: In particular, yes. His point was that if you look at this through the eyes of emerging economies, this Western focus on universal vaccination of their populations and now a third vaccine for their populations and their unwillingness to share the technology is a form of imperialism and hegemony. The Western nations have access to this technology and these doses and they're not willing to share it with the rest of the world.  So we've got a series of things here where this kind of imbalance in distribution of these vaccines as a resource is creating or exacerbating concerns that exist widely in economically disadvantaged countries. There's just not a level playing field and we're all in this boat together with this disease. Yet we're not being equitable in distribution of the countermeasures that are available. Mr. Jekielek: This is fascinating, even as others that you're speaking with are asking, “Do we even need these at this point?” That's fascinating. Dr. Malone: Yes, I agree. So what does this mean? I don't know. What I sense is, again, we're in one of those moments where there is chaos. There's lack of structure and consensus about how to move forward. And my sense is, getting back to the U.S. government, we're in a position now where a lot of the core assumptions underlying the vaccine strategy have been called into question. We don't really know what's on the other side.  Then on top of that, it's becoming increasingly apparent that these repurposed drugs and other agents that could provide protection and mitigate death and disease, if they were deployed early in outpatient environments, access to those that are being actively suppressed. That's another one of those, “This doesn't make sense,” kind of problems. It is causing a lot of questioning about the motivations of those that are guiding public policy right now. The second part of this episode will be released on Saturday, Sept. 4, at 7 p.m. ET. Below is a list of references mentioned or related to the discussion in this episode:  “Vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals have similar viral loads in communities with a high prevalence of the SARS-CoV-2 delta variant” (Note: This is a preprint). “Fauci: Amount of virus in breakthrough delta cases ‘almost identical' to unvaccinated” — The Hill CDC: “Outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 Infections, Including COVID-19 Vaccine Breakthrough Infections, Associated with Large Public Gatherings — Barnstable County, Massachusetts, July 2021” “Predominance of antibody-resistant SARS-CoV-2 variants in vaccine breakthrough cases from the San Francisco Bay Area, California” (Note: This is a preprint) “New delta variant studies show the pandemic is far from over” — ScienceNews “Read: Internal CDC document on breakthrough infections” — The Washington Post “New UCSF study: Vaccine-resistant viruses are driving ‘breakthrough' COVID infections” — The Mercury News “Comparing SARS-CoV-2 natural immunity to vaccine-induced immunity: reinfections versus breakthrough infections” (Note: This is a preprint) “Having SARS-CoV-2 once confers much greater immunity than a vaccine—but vaccination remains vital” — Science “Differential effects of the second SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine dose on T cell immunity in naïve and COVID-19 recovered individuals” (Note: This is a preprint) “SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern and variants under investigation in England” — Public Health England “Safety of the BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine in a Nationwide Setting” — The New England Journal of Medicine “Real-World Study Captures Risk of Myocarditis With Pfizer Vax” — MedPage Today CDC: “Effectiveness of COVID-19 Vaccines in Preventing SARS-CoV-2 Infection Among Frontline Workers Before and During B.1.617.2 (Delta) Variant Predominance — Eight U.S. Locations, December 2020—August 2021” “CDC: Covid-19 Vaccine Effectiveness Fell From 91% To 66% With Delta Variant“ — Forbes “SARS-CoV-2 infection induces long-lived bone marrow plasma cells in humans” — Nature CDC: “Reduced Risk of Reinfection with SARS-CoV-2 After COVID-19 Vaccination — Kentucky, May-June 2021” “Causes and consequences of purifying selection on SARS-CoV-2” — Genome Biology and Evolution “The reproductive number of the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 is far higher compared to the ancestral SARS-CoV-2 virus” — Journal of Travel Medicine “Mutation rate of COVID-19 virus is at least 50 percent higher than previously thought” — Phys.org “Differential effects of the second SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine dose on T cell immunity in naïve and COVID-19 recovered individuals” (Note: This is a preprint) Subscribe to the American Thought Leaders newsletter so you never miss an episode. 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American Thought Leaders- PART 2: Dr. Robert Malone on Ivermectin, Escape Mutants, and the Faulty Logic of Vaccine Mandates. AMERICAN THOUGHT LEADERS

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 42:59


American Thought Leaders- PART 2: Dr. Robert Malone on Ivermectin, Escape Mutants, and the Faulty Logic of Vaccine Mandates. AMERICAN THOUGHT LEADERS PART 2: Dr. Robert Malone on Ivermectin, Escape Mutants, and the Faulty Logic of Vaccine Mandates In part one of this American Thought Leaders episode, mRNA vaccine inventor Dr. Robert Malone explained the latest research on COVID-19 vaccines, booster shots, and natural immunity. Now in part two, we take a closer look at repurposed drugs like ivermectin and how a universal vaccination policy could actually backfire—and bring about the emergence of vaccine-resistant escape mutants. At their core, vaccine mandates are not just unethical and divisive, but also “impractical and unnecessary,” says Dr. Malone. You can watch the first part of this episode here. Below is a list of references mentioned or related to the discussion in this episode:  “Ivermectin for preventing and treating COVID-19” — The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews “Use of Ivermectin Is Associated With Lower Mortality in Hospitalized Patients With Coronavirus Disease 2019” — Chest Journal “Review of the Emerging Evidence Demonstrating the Efficacy of Ivermectin in the Prophylaxis and Treatment of COVID-19” — American Journal of Therapeutics “Effects of Ivermectin in Patients With COVID-19: A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized, Controlled Clinical Trial” — Clinical Therapeutics “Dexamethasone in Hospitalized Patients with Covid-19” — The New England Journal of Medicine “ACTIV-6: COVID-19 Study of Repurposed Medications” — NIH “Convergent antibody responses to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in convalescent and vaccinated individuals” — Cell Reports “Reduced sensitivity of SARS-CoV-2 variant Delta to antibody neutralization” — Nature The SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant is poised to acquire complete resistance to wild-type spike vaccines (Note: This is a preprint) “Mutation rate of COVID-19 virus is at least 50 percent higher than previously thought” — Phys.org “Infection and Vaccine-Induced Neutralizing-Antibody Responses to the SARS-CoV-2 B.1.617 Variants” — The New England Journal of Medicine “Why is the ongoing mass vaccination experiment driving a rapid evolutionary response of SARS-CoV-2?” — Trial Site News “The emergence and ongoing convergent evolution of the N501Y lineages coincides with a major global shift in the SARS-CoV-2 selective landscape” (Note: This is a preprint) “The Lambda variant of SARS-CoV-2 has a better chance than the Delta variant to escape vaccines” (Note: This is a preprint) “Imperfect Vaccination Can Enhance the Transmission of Highly Virulent Pathogens” — PLOS Biology “Vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals have similar viral loads in communities with a high prevalence of the SARS-CoV-2 delta variant” (Note: This is a preprint). “Fauci: Amount of virus in breakthrough delta cases ‘almost identical' to unvaccinated” — The Hill CDC: “Outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 Infections, Including COVID-19 Vaccine Breakthrough Infections, Associated with Large Public Gatherings — Barnstable County, Massachusetts, July 2021” “Predominance of antibody-resistant SARS-CoV-2 variants in vaccine breakthrough cases from the San Francisco Bay Area, California” (Note: This is a preprint) “New delta variant studies show the pandemic is far from over” — ScienceNews “Read: Internal CDC document on breakthrough infections” — The Washington Post “New UCSF study: Vaccine-resistant viruses are driving ‘breakthrough' COVID infections” — The Mercury News “Comparing SARS-CoV-2 natural immunity to vaccine-induced immunity: reinfections versus breakthrough infections” (Note: This is a preprint) “Having SARS-CoV-2 once confers much greater immunity than a vaccine—but vaccination remains vital” — Science “Differential effects of the second SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine dose on T cell immunity in naïve and COVID-19 recovered individuals” (Note: This is a preprint) “SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern and variants under investigation in England” — Public Health England “Safety of the BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine in a Nationwide Setting” — The New England Journal of Medicine “Real-World Study Captures Risk of Myocarditis With Pfizer Vax” — MedPage Today CDC: “Effectiveness of COVID-19 Vaccines in Preventing SARS-CoV-2 Infection Among Frontline Workers Before and During B.1.617.2 (Delta) Variant Predominance — Eight U.S. Locations, December 2020—August 2021” “CDC: Covid-19 Vaccine Effectiveness Fell From 91% To 66% With Delta Variant“ — Forbes “SARS-CoV-2 infection induces long-lived bone marrow plasma cells in humans” — Nature “Causes and consequences of purifying selection on SARS-CoV-2” — Genome Biology and Evolution “The reproductive number of the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 is far higher compared to the ancestral SARS-CoV-2 virus” — Journal of Travel Medicine Subscribe to the American Thought Leaders newsletter so you never miss an episode. You can also follow American Thought Leaders on Parler, Facebook, or YouTube. If you'd like to donate to support our work, you can do so here. Follow Epoch TV on Facebook and Twitter. 

Overexposed: A Pexels Podcast
Why Ugly Locations Can Make The Best Photos w/ Brian Lazo

Overexposed: A Pexels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 20:35


Brian is a 24-year-old photographer based in Miami, FL. Originally from Cuba, Brian started shooting photos in 2018. While his current location doesn't lend well to his passion for street and cityscape photography as other cities like New York, Brian started to develop an interest in portraiture, embracing the spirit of spontaneity. Instead of always trying to find the perfect location, in this episode, we talk about how Brian is able to make the most out of what he has in front of him, and how seemingly “ugly” locations can be completely transformed with a little creativity. Follow Brian on PexelsFollow Brian on Instagram

Broad Street Review, The Podcast
BSR_S05E12 - R.Eric Thomas - The Ever Present

Broad Street Review, The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021


Directed by Brett Ashley RobinsonFeaturing Kimie Muroya, Nathan Alford-Tate, Pax Ressler, Eleni Delopoulos, and Cathy SimpsonThe Ever Present, a fantastical, family-friendly new play written by award-winning playwright and author R. Eric Thomas, centers on a South Philly vacant lot that turns out to be more than meets the eye. Enter Pashmina Paredes (Kimie Muroya), a neighborhood resident collecting signatures for a petition to prevent the city from selling the lot to a devious developer, Vernal Belch (Pax Ressler). She quickly learns her neighbors all have a special connection to the house that once stood there. Follow a cast of hilarious, Philadelphia-inspired characters for a mystery adventure that spans decades and spins a constellation of awe-inspiring stories. The Ever Present asks the question: “How can we share and preserve our collective history as the world continues to change?”For each show, guests are invited to bring blankets and lawn seating. The Ever Present was made possible thanks to funding from The William Penn Foundation's New Audiences New Places Grant, and National New Play Network's Bridge Program Grant.Show Dates, Times, & Locations*: September 11-19, 2021Saturday, September 11, 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Columbus Square (1200 Wharton St)Sunday, September 12, 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Dickinson Square (1600 E. Moyamensing Ave)Wednesday, September 15, 5:30 p.m. at Wharton Square (2300 Wharton St)Friday, September 17, 5:30 p.m. at Stephen Girard Park (2101 Shunk St)Saturday, September 18, 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. – Columbus Square (1200 Wharton St)Sunday, September 19, 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. – Hawthorne Park (750 S 12th St)FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://theatreexile.org

A2D Radio
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES REGULAR SEASON BREAKDOWN | BEST FANTASY FOOTBALL LIVE DRAFT LOCATIONS

A2D Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 180:08


Every Saturday Night come up to AllCampus at 1028 on the Boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ. Join in the conversation in The Rant Booth and talk sports with Billy Schweim from The Locker Room on 97.3 ESPN radio. Broadcasting Live on A2D radio, Twitch TV, Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter. We will talk about the hot topics in Phila Sports. For twenty dollars sit in the Rant Booth with Billy Schweim for fifteen minutes and get whatever you want off your chest. Phillies, Sixers, Flyers, and Eagles, you drive the conversation!! The Rant Booth with Billy Schweim from 6-10 pm every Saturday Night at AllCampus at 1028 boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ.

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
Trends – Aftermarket Round Table [THA 239]

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 54:20


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlujnANgmQE&t=2s Greg Buckley is the CEO of the 50 + year young Buckley Personalized Auto Care in Wilmington, DE. He's a member of ASA, an ATI Coach, a member of the Delaware Automotive Service Professionals, past member of the NAPA advisory board council, is vice-president of NAPA business development groups, and is involved as an advisory board member of Kukui, along with AutoVitals. Hear Greg's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22greg+Buckley%22 (HERE). John Manelas and wife, Karen Manelas, purchased their first location in April 2004. They expanded into their 2nd location in 2011. They bought out a former 20 group member in Maine in 2013 as their 3rd location. They purchased a former Chevy/Chrysler 14 bay dealership in 2014. In 2016, they purchased an import auto service business and converted it to an Auto Care Plus (store #5). In 2017, they purchased a Volvo Specialty Repair Shop which they decided to then re-brand and create a new brand for us calling it Euro Care Plus. In 2019, we did our first non-acquisition “build to suit” venture erecting an 8 bay facility with upstairs offices for their Corporate headquarters. They also decided to lease the rest of that building where we are preparing to open a Hybrid/EV specialty division to be named Electrified Auto Care. They now have 7 locations (5 of which they own the dirt). 6 Locations in NH and one in ME. Listen to John's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=John+Manelas (HERE). Gene Morrill, owner of Certified Automotive in Glendora, CA. Hear Gene's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22Gene+Morrill%22 (HERE). Donnie Hudson, owner of Troy Auto Care, 3 locations, Troy, MI. Listen to Donnie's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22donnie+hudson%22 (HERE) Key Talking Points Labor- the cost of labor is the only thing we have left to control. Most profitable, but how many minutes walk out the door daily? Track the cost of the minutes wasted- $5 per minute. You can't put a price tag on a technician's ability. How do you affect efficiency? 1 person working 8 hours- 7.2 hours per day of production at 125% efficiency which equals 9 hours per day production.   Managed chaos? Don't make promises you can't deliver on. Giving customer's hope that you'll look at their car but not promising same day repair because you're unsure of what repair will be The younger generation- typically wants structure and not be “beat up” every minute of the day.  Dealership vs independent- dissatisfaction in the dealership world. Benefits and the work environment for independent shops is unparalleled. Technicians aren't “machines” that are rented.  Career opportunity- showing path after school outside of attending colleges. Did you know technicians can make more than engineers? Consider onboard quick applications for career days.  The professionalism of industry- be proud of industry and craft. Be passionate. Anyone can open an auto repair business without being trained or licensed or certified. Accomplish your goals with help (groups, network, training). There are no secrets. DVI's- embrace it, the most important part is the pictures and inspection is sent to customers. Visualization of issues brings a different perspective to customers. “Seeing is believing.” DVI pictures can also be used in your social media marketing campaigns for future customers to see. “Letting the car tell the story, DVI writes the tale for us.” Helps customers manage their budget for repairs when they can get updated on what is still in working order and what needs to be repaired. 4,000 cars per year with per 7 locations by $100 ticket increase sales= $2.8 million in an increase of sales.  A special thanks to Greg Buckley, John Manelas, Gene Morrill and Donnie Hudson for their contribution to the aftermarket. Books Page https://my.captivate.fm/books/

Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof
Bishop Sycamore HC fired, NFL Cut Day, Ben Simmons Trade locations

Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 18:16


HC Roy Johnson fired from Bishop Sycamore NFL cut day Lakers sign Rondo and Cavs sign Tacko Fall Teams interested in Ben Simmons #Bishop Sycamore #IMGAcademy #CamNewton#espn #Newton #ESPN #Macjones #bill belichick #NFL #cuts #Trade #Freeagency #football #sports #nfldraft #nflnews #superbowl #nflfootball #nflmemes #americanfootball #collegefootball #fantasyfootball # #Covid #Bleacherreport #Lakers #Rondo #TackoFall #Celtics --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/debateamongstfriends/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/debateamongstfriends/support

Heroes in Business
Ivan Manzur, Senior Vice President Crystal Lagoons multi use beach locations

Heroes in Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 14:06


Surprising places you find beaches. Ivan Manzur, Senior Vice President Crystal Lagoons multi use beach locations, master planned developments in interviewed by David Cogan, host of the Eliances Heroes radio show and founder of Eliances broadcast on am and fm radio, internet radio and syndication.

Paul's Security Weekly TV
ChaosDB, OpenSSL String Bugs, Revealing Locations, & More Top 15 Vulns - ASW #164

Paul's Security Weekly TV

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 34:41


This week in the Application Security News, Mike and John talk: Flaws in Azure's CosmosDB, OpenSSL vulns in string handling, dating app location security, cloud security orienteering, detailed S3 threat model, & more!   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw164 Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! 

Star Wars in Poor Taste
Filming Locations Chat with James Floyd

Star Wars in Poor Taste

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 60:16


We're joined today by globe trotting adventurer James Floyd of the podcast StarWarsologies to discuss his adventures visiting various Star Wars filming localities; the snowy plains of Hoth, the contemplative Ahch-To, and the wretched hive of scum and villainy on Tatooine. We find out not only where all of these places were filmed, but a lot of behind the scenes information about how they did the filming and how easy or difficult it was to get to these spots.You can find James on Twitter @JamesJawa as well as on his podcast @StarWarsologies. The crew of Talkin' Tauntauns is the AIPT Star Wars dream team: Event Coordinator JJ Travers, Producer Jim Lehane, and Contributor Nicole Herviou. Join us as we discuss the latest news in Star Wars, as well as our thoughts on the books, comics, TV series, and movies from a galaxy far, far away. Find us on Twitter for more Star Wars conversation:Talkin' TauntaunsJJJimNicoleBe on the show and email us at TalkinTauntauns@AIPTComics.com. You can find Talkin' Tauntauns on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Simplecast, Pandora, iHeartRadio, or right on AIPT. As always, if you enjoy the show, be sure to leave us a review, subscribe to the show, and tell your friends!Looking for more Star Wars out of AIPT and the Talkin' Tauntauns crew? Sign up for our Patreon and unlock access to our Discord community and Star Wars book club. 

Notorious Mass Effect
“MEEK MILL, LIL DURK, & LIL BABY - SHARING LOCATIONS” (MASS EFFECT GO)

Notorious Mass Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 11:21


Meek Mill, Lil Baby, and Lil Durk have teamed up for their latest single, "Sharing Locations," featuring production from Nick Papz, Xander, KJ, and Svdominik. The clip, directed by Meek Mill, sees all three rappers trading bars and flexing from a private jet tarmac. The Philly rapper has been teasing the track since the top of the year, when he posted a snippet of the song to Instagram. Mass Effect Go Hosted by Analytic Dreamz also known as… well me is the “on the go” version of Notorious Mass Effect meaning everything that I feel like needs to be talked about while I'm out on the go and in between episodes will be talked about on this version of the podcast. You might be wondering what's the difference between The Notorious Mass Effect and Mass Effect Go… well you're hearing the difference right now, Mass Effect Go has a different set up so I can record from anywhere covering a variety of topics without having to worry about taking away from what my core audience values from this the notorious mass effect in the first place. It wouldn't be an announcement without me also letting you know to Click my Linktree in my bio to access my social medias and follow, to keep up with my latest activities, if you want to financially support the show click my cash app link located towards the top of my linktree as it helps the show overall, also make sure to share this podcast as this helps the show reach more people so we can grow together and effect the masses! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support

Fitness Business Blueprint
How We Scaled to 10 Gym Locations Through the Pandemic [Part 1/2]

Fitness Business Blueprint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 28:08


How to Get 100 Clients Fast in 2021 - free guide HERE ⬇️ tinyurl.com/2heuocor To find out about working 1-1 with me to scar your gym to 6-7 figures revenue, message me on WhatsApp: my number is 00357 9680 6626 Join our free FREE COMMUNITY for fitness business owners for daily strategies, resources & discussions to help you grow your income & scale your business: http://bit.ly/2V2lYn9 If you find this valuable please consider leaving a review of the podcast on iTunes! Reviews are how this show gets shown to more people and it truly helps me out so thank you.

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
N.F.C. - Nine Finger Unfiltered Access & Stand Locations

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 33:09


On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is running solo and talks about the importance of access routes and how to pick the best treestand locations. Dan talks in detail about how to use specific terrain features to make your access route as non-impactful as possible. He explains that with an awesome access route he can expand that "first time in best time in" hunt to multiple hunts. He also talks about how he has been almost too mobile in the past and how he hopes to be a little more patient before moving to a new location. This is an excellent episode that should have you thinking about your access. Enjoy! Nine Finger Chronicles is Powered by Simplecast

Nine Finger Chronicles - Sportsmen's Nation
Nine Finger Unfiltered - Access & Stand Locations

Nine Finger Chronicles - Sportsmen's Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 33:09


On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is running solo and talks about the importance of access routes and how to pick the best treestand locations. Dan talks in detail about how to use specific terrain features to make your access route as non-impactful as possible. He explains that with an awesome access route he can expand that "first time in best time in" hunt to multiple hunts. He also talks about how he has been almost too mobile in the past and how he hopes to be a little more patient before moving to a new location. This is an excellent episode that should have you thinking about your access. Enjoy! Nine Finger Chronicles is Powered by Simplecast

Liam Photography Podcast
Episode 158: Making Great Images in Bad Locations

Liam Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 19:48


In this episode I talk abut making great images in bad locations.

Finding Genius Podcast
Astrocytes, Their Locations, and the Influence of Inflammation in the Brain as we Age with Soraya Vallés Marti

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 34:05


What causes inflammation in the brain, and how can this affect us as we age? Astrocytes found in the brain may be the key to unlock a better understanding. Press play to learn: Where astrocytes are located in the body How inflammation can cause issues in human bodies as we age The smallest cells astrocytes can be found in Soraya Vallés Marti, a Physiology Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Valencia, Spain, shares her research surrounding astrocytes and the negative impact of inflammation in the body. It has been known that inflammation is a damaging and potentially dangerous state of the tissue in the body. However, it has recently been thought to cause much more damage than initially thought by researchers. While some inflammation in the body can be a sign of healing, chronic and widespread inflammation has been thought to cause neurodegenerative diseases and other complications as sufferers age. While many aspects remain a mystery, studying astrocytes has let researchers gain a greater understanding. To learn more, search for Soraya L. Vallés on Google Scholar. Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/30PvU9C

A&A Sports Show
NL three words, Field of Dreams game, Other Cool locations for Baseball

A&A Sports Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 39:12


In part 1 of this episode we're back in the National League with three words. We also previewed the Field of Dreams game between the Yankees and White Sox. Lastly we debated where else MLB could go in the world to play that would be interesting. Anywhere in Europe, Central America, Hawaii, or Australia. Email: doubleasportsshow@gmail.com As always be safe, be smart, and take care.

Rounders: A History of Baseball in America
5 Unexpected MLB Game Locations

Rounders: A History of Baseball in America

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 33:02


MLB games happen in MLB stadiums, right? Well - mostly yes. But sometimes, whether it's due to political, environmental, or promotional reasons, teams have played regular season games in some very unique spots across the globe. Let's look at five unexpected MLB game locations on today's episode of Rounders: A History of Baseball in America. Support the Show Become a Financial Supporter Follow on YouTube Follow on Facebook Follow on Instagram Follow on Twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rounders/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rounders/support

WSJ Minute Briefing
Amazon to Open Retail Locations Akin to Department Stores

WSJ Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 2:26


Plus: U.S. jobless claims fall to pandemic low of 348,000. Toyota to cut production in Japan amid chip shortage. Some states see record Covid-19 hospitalizations. Charlie Turner reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cast and Spear: Weekly Fishing Tips and Advice
E150: Line Management/Knife Locations/Pelagics

Cast and Spear: Weekly Fishing Tips and Advice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 14:06


Today's we have Brian Fern (@unkolearnuhow), one of my favorite spearfishermen out of Kauai. He's a legend out there and has been diving and sharing his knowledge freely so we can all have more fun diving safely. Be sure to say hi to him on Instagram! We cover: Reels vs floatlines and why Shooting lines Knife locations on your person Reels and pelagics - is it a good idea? Right tools for the job Brian is a distributor for Manny Sub rollers, so if you're looking for a new setup, be sure to hit him up! Check out more from Cast & Spear: Subscribe to the Cast & Spear Podcast Check out our Weekly Fishing Newsletter Watch our YouTube videos Follow our Instagram Watch our TikTok videos Like our Facebook Page DEALS: If you want 10% OFF your spearfishing gear, use code CASTANDSPEAR at spearamerica.com.

Team Deakins
Richard Hoover - Production Designer

Team Deakins

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 73:14


EPISODE 142 - RICHARD HOOVER - Production Designer Teams Deakins has a conversation with production designer, Richard Hoover (42, GIRL, INTERRUPTED, BOB ROBERTS). Richard talks about different methods of working with different directors and how he discovers what the director wants. He also illustrates his points with examples from Twin Peaks, Bob Roberts, Dead Man Walking. 42 and The Assassination of Jesse James and the approaches he took. He shares the use of a “look book” for the design and the particular challenges of working on period pieces. He tells us that the content of the scene definitely affects the design and how you can tell the story with the design. We asked about designing against your personal taste as well as what his greatest design challenge was. It's a great look into the complex role of the production designer on a film. Don't miss it!

VPM Daily Newscast
08/18/21 - In Reversal, VDH Will Release Locations of COVID-19 Outbreaks As Cases Tick Up

VPM Daily Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 8:45


Last month, the Virginia Department of Health stopped reporting the specific locations of COVID-19 outbreaks, including the names of school districts and nursing homes, but that decision is being called into question as cases and outbreaks increase; Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and First Lady Pam Northam announced yesterday that they anticipate a record number of Virginia children will enroll in pre-K this year; Advocates for Virginia's new redistricting commission said it would limit the influence of partisanship on the state's political maps, but in a meeting yesterday, the group took votes that cemented the role parties play in the process; and Mark Warner speaks to VPM's Ben Paviour about the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.

The Tolkien Professor
448: SilmFilm 5-36: Sets, Locations, and Props

The Tolkien Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 144:11


Silm Film 5-36 (08/12/21) Sets, Locations, and Props Corey Olsen and Dave Kale are joined by Marie Prosser for a post-production session to discuss the possible Locations, Set Design choices, and Props that will be used in Season 5, based on listener suggestions on the messageboards. Location scouting for the Forest of Brethil, Nan Elmoth, Tarn Aeluin, and the Ascar-Gelion confluence results in choices moving forward. We also discuss the appearance of the leadership symbols of the Three Houses of the Edain - the stole of the Wise for the House of Bëor, the spear of Haleth, and the Dragon-helm of Dor-lómin. forums.signumuniversity.org

The Tofugu Podcast: Japan and Japanese Language
に vs で: Which Particle To Use For Locations?

The Tofugu Podcast: Japan and Japanese Language

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 40:02


The particles に (Ni) and で (De) can both be used to specify locations, but each serves a different purpose. If you ever wondered how they're different, or you've been using them without knowing the difference, this episode is for you! In this episode, Kanae and Rachel discuss the basic difference and illustrate it using examples and quizzes. They even talk about which particle to use to describe niche situations like "egging a house" or "dropping a phone in the toilet." After (or before) listening to this episode, make sure to also check out Mami's article "に vs で: Which Particle To Choose and Why": [https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/ni-vs-de/](https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/ni-vs-de/)