Phil Lockwood is the Founder and Chief Visionary of Distill. His focus is on developing and evolving simple, high-returning web marketing efforts that help his clients implement and grow. He's a regular guest and speaker on numerous podcasts and conferences, like Bloomberg, Businessweek, ABC World News Tonight, USA Today, Wired Business 2.0, and many others. He has also recently released a successful Youtube channel, called Always Be Changing, where he's literally traveling the world, still running his agency, and sharing his experiences with this audience.
Ian Lockwood (Hot Teens) joins the classroom to discuss the concept of Not Like Other Girls, which is the name of his new single! Caitlin thinks Stassi Shroeder is the ultimate reality Not Like Other Girls, Lauren thinks Bring It On breaks the NLOG/basic binary and Ian creates the NLOG Hall of Fame/Walk of Shame. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 37-Just Itchy Ears!!!!! Chinada, FDA, CDC, Covid & Vax Passports, Ingersoll Lockwood, AZ Audit, Aussie Contact and More0:00 Intro, Sports Conspiracies Corrections3:20 Chinada-Election Wrap Up, Covid, Vax Passports15:45 NCSWIC-FDA, CDC, Booster Shots, Project Veritas28:52 Ingersoll Lockwood, Pfizer Takeover33:50 AZ Audit38:01 Aussie Contact, Diplomatic Row with France and US NOT with Australia44:30 Darb Shout Out Thanks for listening!!!John & GordSupport the show (http://tee.pub/lic/z6bSQ3QVVPk)
My guest on the Sewers of Paris podcast this week would like you to see him at his worst. Ian Lockwood is a New York based pop music comedian who makes goofy music videos in which he plays his messiest self. It's a style inspired in part by his relationship with the Twilight novels — which he started reading as a joke, and was then startled to discover that he unironically loved.We'll have that conversation in a minute. And don't forget to check out my YouTube where I post videos about queer pop culture history — I've got one coming this weekend about how queer activists teamed up with the producer of Bewitched and Barney Miller to overcome network censors and put the first recurring gay couple on television. You can also head over to my Patreon to watch hours of bonus videos featuring stories of queer TV, film, and Broadway history.And check out my cute little newsletter where I share sneak peeks at what I'm working on at mattbaume.com.Big thanks to everyone who supports the Sewers of Paris at Patreon.com/mattbaume. And to everyone who's left a review on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen.
Rink Wide on a Tuesday, with Andrew Wadden and Jeff Paterson kicked off with the guys talking about Mikey DiPietro. Harman Dayal, of the Athletic, joined Wadden and JPat and started off talking about a few of the top performers of the preseason and camp so far. He named guys like Lockwood and Di Giuseppe. He talked about Jack Rathbone and what he has done so far. He has shown great work that will earn the coaches trust. Said he exuded Troy Stecher vibes by being a small guy, showing a lot of battle. Harm talked about how line combos could look, now and when Pettersson comes back. Talked about Chiasson and if sees a role for him on this teams. It's a tough one because Harm believes that he is a PP specialist. Harm talked about the risers and fallers at camp. He thinks Di Giuseppe has shown that he is a head above of others who are vying for a spot. The guys came off the chat with Harm and went to the locker room and heard from guys like Jonah Gadjovich. Jeff talked about who will fill a void on the PK. We even snuck in an AskJPat and he talks about if he thinks they Canucks may be forced to move on from one of 40 or 43. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join us as we hear the journey of the Hall of Fame, NCCAA, and 2x NCAA Championship Coach, Dean Lockwood. Coach Lockwood served at the University of Tennessee Lady Vols Basketball Team under the leadership of legendary Coach Pat Summit. Coach Lockwood is currently the Associate Head Coach at Michigan State University for the Lady Spartans Basketball.
Adam Cox is joined by Gill Lockwood for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Awareness Month to discuss the condition and how it affects the 1 in 10 women who have PCOS. They look at why it is important to raise awareness for the condition this September, in addition to what Inofolic Alpha is and how can it increase someone's probability of conceiving. https://www.pharmasure.co.uk
In this episode, chapters 10 through 24 are no match for the fearless FTC gang, who continue to unravel the gothic, ghostly tale of Cathy and Heathcliff, along with the useless Mr. Lockwood and the shrewd housekeeper Nelly, who everyone agrees is a huge meddler. Is she a hapless rube forced into the middle of the action by those stronger than her, or is she simply a messy bitch who loves drama? Rachel finds a huge bag of donuts. Jackie proves she can continue a joke train forever. Theo cries over spilled milk. Topics include: bad juju, throat punches, the ethical treatment of composers, horse changes, brain fevers, cousin love triangles, going all fuckin' Sherlock Holmes mode, and embarrassing teenage love notes. Content warning: death, violence, domestic abuse
Episode 35-Clinton Body Count!!! Ingersoll Lockwood, Chinada, Pebble Gate, F*&k Joe Biden Trending, Vax Passports and More on Itchy Ears 0:00 Intro, Shout Outs, Reviews14:50 Clinton Body Count……Real? All Coincidences? 63:40 Ingersoll Lockwood, Chinada, Election Update, Covid, Vax Passports81:15 F&$K Joe Biden Trending, McDonald's Ice Cream, Drilling Permits, Fauci Emails90:00 NCSWIC-Ivermectin, Covid, Vax Passports, China, Taliban, Afghanistan, 9/11Thanks for Listening!!!John & GordSupport the show (http://tee.pub/lic/z6bSQ3QVVPk)
(1) First 10 minute block: WARNING: Police State in the Making! National Police Force orchestrated by Nancy Pelosi and the Biden Administration. Beginning of the end of freedom in America? (2) SPECIAL GUEST: COL. SCOTT LOCKWOOD (AF, ret.); REPARATIONS for SLAVERY? The argument is being made by numerous Democractic/Socialist/Communist operatives that white America must pay "reparations" for slavery that ended over 150 years ago. Col. Lockwood reviews this in THREE segments in an in-depth interview examining principles of the Bible, principles of justice, and principles of law. - - American Liberty with Bill Lockwood is about the culture of America — not simply about politics. Bill Lockwood is a preacher, teacher, writer, and radio host with a weekly program based in West Texas. PODCAST: Apple | Castbox | PodcastAddict | Spotify | Stitcher | Google | PodBean | TuneIn | Deezer | Podchaser | RSS Feed Read Bill Lockwood's blog, and other great articles at his website https://americanlibertywithbilllockwood.com VIDEO / SOCIAL MEDIA: YouTube Bill Lockwood Facebook @AmLibwithBill1 Twitter @AmLibRadio SUPPORT MONTHLY: Patreon | SubscribeStar BILL ON-RADIO IN TEXAS: Sat 11am on NewsTalk 1290 in Wichita Falls Sun 5pm on 1470 KYYW in Abilene Sun 5pm on KFYO 790 AM / 95.1 FM in Lubbock Bill Lockwood is a preacher at Iowa Park church of Christ. Catch Bill on The Jesse Lee Peterson Show last Tuesday of the month, 8am U.S. Central Time (Jesse's first hour). YouTube Playlist
Sr. Retail Analyst Andrew Cox is joined by Lead Economist Anthony Smith to chat with Andrew Lockwood of Suddath Global Logistics, an integrated third-party logistics provider and moving company. Lockwood joins to discuss retail inventories, back-to-school shopping, and holiday preparations ahead of more anticipated congestion.Follow Great Quarter, Guys on Apple PodcastsFollow Great Quarter, Guys on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
Sr. Retail Analyst Andrew Cox is joined by Lead Economist Anthony Smith to chat with Andrew Lockwood of Suddath Global Logistics, an integrated third-party logistics provider and moving company. Lockwood joins to discuss retail inventories, back-to-school shopping, and holiday preparations ahead of more anticipated congestion.Follow Great Quarter, Guys on Apple PodcastsFollow Great Quarter, Guys on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
In this episode we talk with Seaplane Pilots Association Chairman of the Board Phil Lockwood. Phil's passion for innovation and his tireless advocacy for the aviation community are truly inspirational. Best known for creating and manufacturing the amazing multiengine AirCam, he also is an accomplished photographer and video producer. Somehow he is able to find time to lead SPA; his Sebring, Florida, EAA chaper; and numerous other organizations. Take time to tune in to this insightful episode featuring SPA's talented Chairman of the Board. Support this podcast
Cliff Lockwood was just 19 when he left the peace of a tiny town to join the police force. “I know it sounds funny but I just wanted to do good. Nineteen was way too young. You don't know anything.” On Sunday April 9, 1989 Lockwood and his partner, Senior Detective Dermot Avon arrested car thief and suspected violent criminal Gary Abdullah and took him to his Drummond Street two level flat to search for evidence and an accomplice. According to police Abdullah grabbed and imitation firearm and Lockwood responded by firing six shots from his gun, then grabbed Avon's to fire the last and fatal shot. Both police were charged with murder and were acquitted. Lockwood's left policing and his life spiralled out of control. He was jailed in the Northern Territory. Now he is back in Victoria trying to rebuild his life. Become a subscriber: our supporters power our newsrooms and are critical for the sustainability of news coverage. Becoming a subscriber also gets you exclusive behind-the-scenes content and invitations to special events. Click on the links to subscribe https://subscribe.theage.com.au/ or https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Elite tight end to start the class? Check. Crystal Ball for top linebacker on board? Check. Ohio State has begun to craft the Class of 2023. It's been quite the strong beginning. Duane Long goes into detail about how strong a beginning it is. But the prime focus of today is finishing strong in '22. Yes, it's been a strong run so far. But to finish on top the Buckeyes need to gain commitments from several elite prospects. Duane lets you know his five to finish '22. Sit back and enjoy. Spend 5ish with us today, 'Nutters! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On “The Dotted Line”, Land-Grant Holy Land's Matt Tamanini talks to recruiting experts, LGHL's recruiting analysts, and prospects themselves to get a unique perspective on the players that will be a part of Ohio State's future. On this episode, Matt Tamanini is joined by LGHL recruiting analyst Caleb Houser to talk about Ohio State finally landing their first commit in the 2023 class in four-star tight end Ty Lockwood. Caleb breaks down the Tennessee pledge and how it could impact the OSU offensive scheme. They also discuss the Buckeyes' quarterback recruiting. Caleb is immensely impressed with Davis not only on the field but in his maturity level as well. Caleb's piece on Lockwood's commitment: https://www.landgrantholyland.com/2021/8/20/22632877/buckeyes-get-their-first-commitment-in-the-2023-class-with-four-star-tight-end-ty-lockwood Connect with Caleb Houser Twitter: @CalebHouser9 Connect with Matt Tamanini Twitter: @BWWMatt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Ohio State football program just landed its first commitment of the 2021 recruiting cycle with tight end Ty Lockwood. In a normal year, the Buckeyes would have a much bigger class at this point in the cycle. Is that an indication that OSU is falling behind other programs, or just a product of the crazy last year?Buckeye Scoop recruiting analyst Marc Givler joins host Tom Orr to discuss those questions and more. - How does Lockwood's profile fit with the Ohio State offense?- Who are some other players who could commit to the Buckeyes soon?- A scouting report on the first game of the season for 5-star LB CJ Hicks
Will Lockwood is an engineer, restorer, fabricator, and builder who is part of the team at Kindigit Design where they build incredible custom rides. You've seen their Motortrend TV show Bitchin Rides, now in its seventh season and nearing 100 episodes --CATCH THE SHOWS -----watch.motortrend.com BITCHIN RIDES... OR CHECK OUT THEIR AWESOME WEBSITE KINDIGIT.COM From an early age toying around with RC cars to seriously tinkering with Abrams tanks during the Gulf War for the Army , Will Lockwood has had a passion for all things mechanical of to which brings him front and center over at KINDIG IT DESIGN -BITCHIN RIDES MOTOR TREND TV ....performing a wide variety of wild and eclectic vehicle build projects WITH THE KINDIG IT TEAM Join us !
Episode 58 - A Dance Macabre The Zeeks track down some gifts left for them on the Lockwood. Back Stratos Stratagem today! - https://tinyurl.com/StratosStratagem Check out the Scum Summer Giveaway! - https://twitter.com/FeddieScum/status/1424756227700035593?s=19 Music and SFX - Danse Macabre by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?collection=005 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Feddie Scum - The Gundam RPG Podcast Twitter - https://twitter.com/FeddieScum Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/feddiescum Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWptBHBc3no9bht-EpZO8wQ Support us on Patreon! - https://www.patreon.com/deadsetmedia Check out our merch store! - https://feddiescum.bigcartel.com
In episode 60 we are joined by Brad Lockwood, the founder of Koola Buck. Game preservation is crucial when hunting remote areas, and through necessity Brad has come up with a game bag that can preserve your harvest 8-10 times the rate of normal bags. Hear the story that inspired the need for an anti-microbial game bag along with some great elk hunting tips in this segment of the SCHEELS Outdoors podcast. Koola Buck: https://bit.ly/3xFbpcw
We both have coffee, we got news. And we also have each other! Good morning beautiful people, here are the headlines: - As mentioned last week, Aurora Downtown is hosting a back to school bash in downtown this Saturday from 4 to 8 pm. Fun, school supplies and much more! Get ready to come out and have some fun. Many great organizations like Talented Tenth Social Services, Inc. & Aurora Regional Fire Museum will be there. Read the article here: https://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/aurora-beacon-news/ct-abn-aurora-block-jam-st-0809-20210807-xo3d3qxeufdstjo3btmlwhvj6y-story.html - Now it's really official; Chief Of Police Keith Cross has officially assumed his duties. There is a ceremony taking place this Wednesday at East Aurora High School. Read the article here: https://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/aurora-beacon-news/ct-abn-aurora-police-chief-st-0808-20210807-gfkhbuwhizbdxipj5br47q2svm-story.html - Cirque Italia has moved on to another great city! It was a great spectacle to witness; did you get a chance to take the family? Check out the cool video on our YouTube page here: https://youtu.be/v4-0QARf_CE That's a wrap for today folks. Don't forget that today is the day of Aurora Township Fay's Pork Chop BBQ Fundraiser. From 4:30 to 6:30 pm this evening swing by 313 Gale Street (drive thru or carry out only). Support a great organization that supports our youth. Have a safe, positive and awesome Monday. See you all tomorrow morning at 8 am. Peace!
The full moon is out and so is the Lockwood family secret! We finally get confirmation, but are the Lockwoods werewolves, ninja turtles, or saci-pererês? We get all sorts of fun this week: another Delena road trip (feat. Alaric), a party at the swimming hole, a kiss between two characters who really deserve some love, and a long-awaited breakup. Plus, Caroline becomes our first baby vampire to get her very own daylight ring! Remember to rate, review, and share, brothers! Follow us on Instagram @doppelgangerspodcast! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doppelgangerspodcast/support
Once again it's on. It's a Tuesday morning and we're ready and excited. Let's get into the news! Our friend Bob Lockwood of Windy City Game Theater is back for a part 2! - Live music will be coming to Oswego in the form of Vet Fest 2021! From the 26th thru the 29th of this month hang out at 1010 Station Dirve. Awesome! Read the article here: https://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/aurora-beacon-news/ct-abn-oswego-music-st-0801-20210801-c2yjfirzyvgephv4ntr7gheava-story.html - Kane County law enforcement agencies are coming together to continue discussion into diversion programs for sentencing. As opposed to jail penalties, many low-level offenders could be eligible for such programming, aimed at reducing recidivism. Read the article here: https://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/aurora-beacon-news/ct-abn-kane-county-pre-arrest-diversion-program-st-0801-20210730-2ctl7s7ej5cwrdpwgnnm4j2mam-story.html - National Night Out is tonight! Are you ready Aurora!? After two years without a National Night Out folks are clamoring to have fun and see their neighbors. Activities are announced by ward, for a list of activities click this link: https://www.aurora-il.org/nationalnightout Shouts out to our friends of the show and supporters. What a great way to start the day and get motivated. We have a lot more coming so stay tuned. We appreciate you all very much. Subscribe to the show on Spotify & YouTube! See you all tomorrow for Buenos Dias Aurora!
We have coffee, Evian' water, a birthday boy and the owner of Windy City Game Theatre on the show today. We're motivated and ready. Here's the news: - National Night Out returns! Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow; oh tomorrow evening! This will be a great event and boy, does the city miss National Night Out! Our friends of Windy City Game Theater will be with in Saint Charles, Illinois at Kane County Sheriff's Office for fun and community love! For Aurora information click this link: https://www.aurora-il.org/1796/National-Night-Out - It's going to be a lot tastier in Aurora! Lou Malnati's has announced a second restaurant coming to our city! Awesome news! The pizza is good and so is the proposed location. Click here to read the article: https://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/aurora-beacon-news/ct-abn-aurora-opening-second-lou-malnatis-st-0801-20210730-wci6jkhxlffpvmvioawkufow5m-story.html - An inmate being transferred to the Kane County Jail, from the Elgin Police Department, escaped is being sought. Call 911 with any information. Click here to read the article: https://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/aurora-beacon-news/ct-abn-elgin-inmate-at-large-st-0801-20210730-ygozwdgh3zb5lmfkxstkd4lxqa-story.html What a great way to start the week! Small business, community and service over self; happy Monday! Subscribe to the show on Spotify and YouTube, we have a lot more coming soon. Be blessed today and we'll see you tomorrow morning!
To achieve consistency and more listeners, it is best to have fun while producing your podcast and not treat it as a mere job. Tune in to this episode with Tyla Lockwood and learn how to help sustain your podcast while also practicing positive thinking. WHAT TO LISTEN FOR Different monetization and marketing strategies Being passionate about your passion project Importance of self-affirmation when starting a podcast Audio podcast versus Video podcast Things you should avoid in podcasting Tips for starting podcasting RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED Squadcast FM Zoom Riverside FM Calendly ABOUT TYLA LOCKWOOD Tyla Lockwood is a sustainability advocate, speaker, educator, and podcast host. She has a Bachelor of Business (Management) and a Bachelor of Marketing from Monash University. After graduating from University, Tyla followed her passion for sustainability to start her business providing education and content on how anyone can live more sustainably whilst pursuing their passions. Tyla is the host and founder of The Unlock Earth Podcast where she combines recent research, special guests, and her own experiences to provide unique perspectives and interesting discussions. The guests include influential names in the sustainability and personal development industries. CONNECT WITH TYLA Website: Tyla Lockwood Podcast: The Unlock Earth Podcast Instagram: @tylalockwood Clubhouse: Sustainable Living Club LinkedIn: Tyla Lockwood Facebook Group: Sustainable Living Community CONNECT WITH US Thinking about creating and growing your own podcast but not sure where to start? Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams!
Back to the Zoom realm as Rob and Patrick are joined by returning guest Chas Lockwood, brand new guest Stan Merrell and a returning guest joining the call in progress, the lovely Suzi Willpower. Sit back for a walk down memory lane with music and life and a talk about everything in between. And let's be honest. Wasn't life better in the era of children's variety shows on TV? Keep on being as safe as possible and supporting those local businesses, artists and musicians. Anonymous Willpower Carnival of Randomness
The Vegan Society has just launched a landmark report: Planting Value in the Food System in conjunction with the Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies at The University of Sunderland, Dr. Alex Lockwood. In this episode Dr. Lockwood shares his journey into the world of veganism, his perspectives on our current food systems & his thinking behind this seminal new report produced for & indeed alongside The Vegan Society. You can download & read the full report at https://www.plantingvalueinfood.org You can also listen to Dr. Lockwood's phenomenal podcast series Shift & Signal at https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/shift-and-signal/id1299096797 or wherever you get podcasts. Finally, for more information about Dr. Lockwood & his work head to http://alexlockwood.co.uk/about/
Rupali Limaye, Associate Director for Behavioral Research for the Institute for Vaccine Safety at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, explains why some are hesitant to get the Covid vaccine as even as the delta variant has lead to surging cases. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Businessweek Features Editor Jeremy Keehn share the Businessweek Magazine cover story Builder Who Spent $30 Million on Trump's Wall Is Looking to Sell. Bloomberg News U.S. Semiconductor & Networking Reporter Ian King discusses why chipmakers cranking up production to address shortages may lead to overshooting demand. And we Drive to the Close with Matt Forester, Chief Investment Officer of Lockwood at BNY Mellon's Pershing. Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On episode 31 of All Eats at Child's Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Haley and Elise speak with Robin Lockwood. Robin is a parent of a child, Allison, with Usher's Syndrome. She has also just received her masters of science at Washington University in Deaf Education. Robin speaks about how she coped with Allison's diagnosis of Usher's Syndrome, a progressive hearing and vision loss disability. She talks about her journey from an attorney to a teacher, how being a parent and educator has helped with her ability to advocate for Allison, and her family's resilience through it all.
This week they bring on Jess Lockwood, American professional rodeo cowboy who specializes in bull riding, and competes in the Professional Bull Riders tour. He was named Rookie of the Year in 2016 and became the youngest PBR World Champion in 2017. He also became the youngest bull rider to win two world championships. Jess talks with JR and Justin about the ranch life, bull riding stories, and the training it takes to make it on top. The Justin Moore Podcast is sponsored by: Bobcat Company. This episode is brought to you by Wrangler, Bangtail Whiskey and This Little Piggy. Spread the word! #JustinMoorePodcast _________ All episodes available to watch on YouTube, follow along on social media for teasers and updates throughout the week. The Justin Moore Podcast on Instagram Follow Justin: On Tour Instagram Twitter Facebook Spotify Apple Music Follow JR the Handler and get some merch: Instagram Twitter www.jrthehandler.com Produced by: Cody Villalobos
Welcome back to The Giddy Carousel of Pop! Hang on tight for a top pop ride. In this episode we are joined by pop kid and deputy chair of the Philip Larkin Society, Lyn Lockwood to look at the Smash Hits of 3-16 July 1985. Along the way we encounter Howard Jones, Humpe Humpe, Madonna, Duran Duran, The Style Council, Elton John, The Damned, Russ Abott, The Grumbleweeds, Max Headroom and Simply Red among others, plus the usual Bitz, RSVP and reviews. Read along with us. Like Punk Never Happened: https://likepunkneverhappened.blogspot.com/2015/07/july-3-16-1985.html Smash Hits Remembered: https://michaelmouse1967.wixsite.com/smashhits-remembered/172---3rd-july---16th-july-1985 And check out the playlists of pretty much all the songs featured in this issue of Ver Hits! Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7lwoP1z9TCjP7BRJKlevbt?si=84a4206534a646bb YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfs58mqeRNuGStgTVfK1ivysp4fG-gsQL The Giddy Carousel of Pop is part of the We Made This network of podcasts. HOSTS: Simon Galloway and Gavin Hogg GUEST: Lyn Lockwood CONTACT DETAILS: Twitter: https://twitter.com/GiddyPopPod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GiddyPopPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/giddypoppod/ Website: https://giddypoppod.home.blog/ Buy us a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/giddypoppod WE MADE THIS Twitter: https://twitter.com/wemadethispod Website: https://wemadethispod.com/
There's been plenty of conspiracies to go around for days. But how on earth did Ingersoll Lockwood predict everything that would happen back in 1891? & just exactly who is in charge of running the Ingersoll Lockwood website today?
An amazing show with much needed conversations. Da Baby gets dragged on social media for giving kids face value of the candy they were selling and not cashing out. Why do we expect handouts from black celebs? Polo G's baby mama claims she only had 2 orgasms in 3 years while with the rapper. Could you stay with someone who can't make you cum? Men aren't allowed to show their emotions is a narrative we often hear these days. Are we still living in a time where males don't get to show emotions or have we gone in the opposite direction? Beef is a quick way to get your name hot in the streets and gain clout. Are all beefs squashable? What do you consider to be unforgivable? Also, how far does your loyalty go? Could you hold your partner down for 10 years if they got locked up?
[REBROADCAST FROM APRIL 6, 2021] We air highlights from our March Get Lit with All Of It book club event with author and poet Patricia Lockwood, which took place virtually live on March 31. We spent the month reading Lockwood's debut novel, No One is Talking About This, which follows an unnamed narrator as she explores sudden Internet fame while grappling with grief and loss. Missed the event? Watch it in full here. To find out more about our Get Lit with All Of It book club, and our partnership with the New York Public Library, click here, and follow us on Instagram at @allofitwnyc.
On this week's episode, Kevin interviews 22-year Army veteran, ADPI Outreach team member, and kick-ass real estate investor, Chris Lockwood. Chris chats about finding his way into real estate investing at the end of his military career and how it ultimately led to his path to successful multifamily and short-term rental investing." I can tell you 6 months ago, I didn't have a million dollars worth of property in my name."-Christopher LockwoodHere are 5 Key Takeaways from this episode:Making the Leap Into InvestingHow to Keep Your FocusWhy You Need to Join a MastermindChris's Air BnB Deal Deep-DiveEducation from Active Duty Passive IncomeHonorable Mentions & Useful LinksHow to Win Friends & influence PeopleNever Split the DifferenceConnect with ChrisFacebookLinkedInAre you looking for a loan for your next project? Look no further! Check out ADPI Financial Services for all of your residential and commercial lending needs!No Time...No Worries! Get all the info you need now by texting DEAL to 33777Get your 13-Week Action Journal using this special offer just for our faithful podcast listeners! Need help structuring your future Real Estate Empire? Click this special member's only link to book your FREE Consultation with a Senior Strategist at Anderson Advisors ($2,500 value)!Helpful ResourcesConnect with the ADPI: Facebook | Instagram | YouTubeSchedule a FREE Freedom Coaching Call with MikeReady to TAKE ACTION and begin building your cash-flowing real estate empire? Don't go it alone! Check out our exclusive education and coaching products designed for self-starters like the Military Real Estate Investing Academy Thinking bigger? ADPI's exclusive Military Multifamily Academy and Mastermind Waitlist is open now! Sign up to reserve your slot in the most comprehensive, affordable, and educational multifamily real estate course on the web! Please Subscribe, Rate, & Review on Apple PodcastsThanks for tuning in to this week's episode of the Active Duty Passive Income Podcast! If the information shared in these weekly interviews has inspired you to pursue your dreams of financial independence, please do me a personal favor and head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to our show, and leave us a 5-star review.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/adpi)
In today’s Patreon-fueled shout-out: As we head into summer and the weather heats up, your local energy nonprofit, LEAP, wants you and yours to keep cool. LEAP offers FREE home weatherization to income- and age-qualifying residents. If you’re age 60 or older, or have an annual household income of less than $75,100, you may qualify for a free energy assessment and home energy improvements such as insulation and air sealing. Sign up today to lower your energy bills, increase comfort, and reduce energy waste at home!On today’s show: Updates on capital projects and cybersecurity from the Rivanna Water and Sewer AuthorityA look at how the pandemic affected transportation behaviourAnd the Jefferson Area Regional Transit Partnership discusses ways to get a better system by connecting various moving parts Over three quarters of a million Virginians on Medicaid now have access to mental health and dental benefits. Governor Ralph Northam marked the occasion on July 1 while launching a new medical and dental center in Richmond. The change came in the form of an increased line item in the budget, which went into effect on yesterday. Medicaid members are now eligible for three cleanings a year as well as preventive care. The benefits are administered by DentaQuest, who can be reached at 1-888-912-3456 or visiting dentaquest.com. (press release)The Board of Directors of the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority (RWSA) met virtually on June 22. The RWSA builds and maintains the infrastructure that treats drinking water and processes wastewater in the various urban locations. That takes a lot of money, and there are a total of 54 projects in the agency’s capital improvement program over the next five years, at a cost of $170.1 million. But planning is also underway for projects that will be built after that time. (CIP highlights)“The theme in our infrastructure and master planning you may note is pipelines,” said Bill Mawyer, the executive director of the RWSA. “We’re working on a central waterline that is going to largely go through the center area of the City of Charlottesville.”A route has been identified for this project, and a cost-share allocation between Albemarle and Charlottesville has been discussed. The current capital program does include about $43 million for a new waterline between the Ragged Mountain Reservoir and the Observatory Hill Water Treatment Plant. That amount includes an upgrade of the water treatment plant that will increase its capacity to 10 million gallons a day. The RWSA is still working to secure easements for a nine-mile pipeline to connect the Ragged Mountain and South Fork reservoirs. The project has a cost estimate of $80 million and has a current estimated completion date of 2033. Another project that needs an agreement between Albemarle and Charlottesville is the replacement of the Schenk’s Branch interceptor. That’s an aging sewer line for which the first phase has been completed. The hold-up is the project’s alignment, which can either go on city property underneath McIntire Road south of Preston Avenue, or it can go on land owned by Albemarle County at its main office building. The RWSA’s monthly update on project has more information about the nearly $4 million project. “Following pipe alignment determinations, the design plans will be updated, and the construction approach will be coordinated with a City project planned for the same general area,” reads the update.The Board also got an update on security issues from the RWSA’s information systems administrator.“Cyber-attack is the number one threat right now to our water infrastructure,” said Steven Miller. It’s been nearly two months since a ransomware attack led to the shut-down of the Colonial Pipeline, leading to temporary fuel shortages in Virginia and other southern states. In February, a water treatment plan in Oldsmar, Florida was attacked by a hacker who sought to increase the levels of sodium hydroxide in order to poison people. That attack was stopped by monitoring by an employee. (Industrial Defender article)Miller described the vulnerability that was exploited.“Somebody left a remote access program on a machine and just left it sitting there and the operator’s password was acquired somehow and they were able to break in,” Miller said. Mitigating tips include requiring multifactor authentication and backing up critical systems so they can be replaced if access is shut down through a ransomware attack. Miller said there are several layers of protection.“So our first layer basically is physical,” Miller said. “We lock our water plants. We don’t just let people walk up to computers and use them.”Other layers include camouflaging the RWSA networks through the next generation of firewalls.“That software will also allow us to do something called geo-fencing which allows us to block all traffic from a specific area,” Miller said. “There’s really no reason we should have any traffic going to or from China.”Details on the Oldsmar incident are part of Miller’s presentation Next, the RWSA got an update on the federal and state permits required to draw water from the natural environment for urban water supply. The permits issued by the Virginia Department of Environment Quality and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers expire in 2023 and will need to be reviewed. Jennifer Whitaker is the RWSA’s chief engineer.“We luckily submitted our permit for the urban system in May of 2021 and are working our way through the process,” Whitaker said.Since the last permits were issued, there’s a new dam at Ragged Mountain and the upgrade of two water treatments are underway. Future elements in the water supply plan include the construction of the South Fork to Rivanna waterline, the eventual raising of the water level at Ragged Mountain, and the decommissioning of the North Rivanna water treatment plant. There are separate urban water systems for Crozet and Scottsville, as well as Glenmore. The RWSA Board will next meet virtually on July 27 shortly after the meeting of the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority. The pandemic affected how Americans traveled, with fewer vehicle miles traveled at a time when people were asked to stay at home as much as possible. The Commonwealth Transportation Board had a briefing on the numbers at their meeting on June 22 from Laura Schewel, the chief executive officer of StreetLight Data. (view the presentation slides)“Everything that moves these days has some sort of technology on board to help measure it,” Schewel said. “It can be the geolocations in your phone, connected car data, data from car fleet management systems.”StreetLight takes that data and analyzes it to describe how people are using roads across the whole country. Nationwide, vehicle miles traveled (VMT) in urban communities was at 60 percent of normal levels in April 2020 at the height of the lockdowns. The decrease was not as high in rural counties.“Urban areas saw far more VMT decline and still haven’t recovered to the same level as the more rural and suburban counties,” Schewel said. Schewel said while VMT is back up, there is evidence congestion is down in part to more people driving outside the traditional peak hours.“We’re using our existing assets more evenly and that means we’re using our existing assets better,” Schewel said. “And that may mean that in some areas, we have reduced the need for road expansion or new roads because we’re doing a better job of using the roads we have.”Schewel said better data may help transportation planners make better decisions about what might be needed in the future and that more time and data collection is needed. “I think for the future, or really right now what we need to is to measure, we need to predict, but I don’t think we should make a prediction,” Schewel said. “We need to predict in ranges because we know there is uncertainty and we know things can change. We need to predict a range of outcomes.” A comparison between April 2019 and April 2021 indicates that vehicle miles traveled (VMT) continues to be lower in urban areas versus rural areas (Credit: SearchLight Data) The Virginia Department of Transportation’s traffic division uses 512 counting stations to measure traffic volumes mostly on major highways. Engineer Mena Lockwood said Virginia saw a sharp decline in VMT in the early days of the pandemic but there has been a rebound. “Since then we’ve been relatively steady and over the last couple of months we’ve actually had our traffic at above typical conditions and the all vehicle traffic has just been below typical conditions.” Lockwood showed data that indicate that congestion in Virginia’s metropolitan areas is beginning to return to pre-pandemic levels. Several members of the CTB noted that this is the time for employers to consider incentive programs for teleworking and other programs to reduce vehicle miles traveled. Another factor in the fall could be the full return to in-person school. Mary Hynes represents the Northern Virginia District on the CTB and she said localities need to be prepared.“I’m a little worried about that, particularly in the really urban places, that we’re just going to have traffic jams beyond believe in September all about taking kids to school,” Hynes said. Credit: Virginia Department of Transportation (read more)You’re reading Charlottesville Community Engagement and it’s time for another reader-supported public service announcement.The future of passenger rail in Virginia got a lot more brighter this year as the Commonwealth of Virginia signed agreements with CSX to purchase hundreds of miles of railway corridors for three billion dollars. Virginians for High-Speed Rail are holding a transportation town hall on July 15 at 1 p.m. on the “True Story of the Virginia-CSX Deal: Lessons Learned and the Future of Passenger Rail.” Virginia Transportation Secretary Shannon Valentine and Amtrak President Stephen Gardner are the speakers. (register here)If you’re interested in driving less, and you want to know what’s happening to improve transit, a good place to start is the Jefferson Area Regional Transit Partnership. The group consists of representatives from Charlottesville Area Transit, Jaunt, and the University of Virginia Transit Service, as well as elected and appointed officials. It’s also a place where people can comment on transit issues. One speaker at the June 24 meeting was Ethan Heil, who decided last year to get more involved.“Last September I was excited to hear my appointment to the CAT Advisory Board,” Heil said. “Unfortunately since then I haven’t received any follow-up communication.” Heil said he understood the body might not have been a priority during the pandemic, but that the advisory board should play a role going forward. “I’m hopeful and respectfully request that we could find an opportunity to reengage the CAT advisory board,” Heil said. Council discussed whether to keep the CAT Advisory Board as an entity last October when they reviewed the status of various appointed bodies. The Board has not met since the pandemic began. At the end of the meeting, City Councilor Lloyd Snook said Council considered the fate of the CAT Advisory Board last October. “We basically decided at that point that there really wasn’t a lot of reason why the CAT Advisory Board should be sort of a Council-level appointment,” Snook said. “It ought to be something that worked directly with Garland [Williams] and the transportation piece more directly rather than have us involved.” Garland is Garland Williams, the manager of CAT. He said the advisory board is important, its its function needs to be studied. “I think it needed to be looked at and I asked for your authorization to hire a consultant to look at what the CAT advisory board does and then bring back a recommendation to Council sometime this year or early next and you authorized me to do so,” Williams said. One item on the partnership’s agenda was new guidance on getting assistance from VDOT staff for Smart Scale projects that seek to move more people onto to transit and other multimodal solutions. Chuck Proctor is an engineer in the Culpeper District.“We can help you develop sketches for infrastructure improvements, if you wanted to put out a bus pull out or if you’re going to be doing bus stops,” Proctor said. “Even bike-pedestrian facilities to and from a transit stop.”This year, the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission succeeded in securing $3.38 million in Smart Scale funding for a park and ride lot in Exit 107. That would be on the route of the Afton Express service between Staunton and Charlottesville that is slated to start in September. The next deadline for the next Smart Scale cycle is not until the summer of 2022. Transit agencies can make their own applications. Proctor said there are efforts to find a location for a park and ride lot on Pantops. There had been one at the Pantops Shopping Center. Supervisor Diantha McKeel said she wanted to know more information about how people use park and ride lots, given the rising cost of land in the community. “We don’t want to go out and take good valuable land or space and end up with, I mean we just need to know what we’re doing before we go ahead,” McKeel said.Becca White, the director of parking and transportation at the University of Virginia, said park-and-ride has to be part of a coordinate strategy in order for it to work. “It’s not park and ride for park and ride’s sake,” White said. “It has to be the right amenities. It has to be lighted properly. It has to have waiting areas. It has to be linked to either transit or car pool trips. It can be very successful but it’s not a park and ride for park and ride’s sake.”CAT is studying possible locations for a park and ride lot on U.S. 29 in Albemarle County’s northern growth area. CAT Director Garland Williams said such a facility would be ideal for people driving to the University of Virginia. “It would also add a hub for transit where you would have dedicated restrooms for our facilities moving forward,” Williams said. The TJPDC is also studying expanded service in Albemarle’s northern growth area. The first round of public engagement efforts should begin in July. Scorecard for the Exit 107 Park and Ride lot (read the full list)One change that will happen in the short-term is that CAT buses will no longer travel through the Rio Hill Shopping Center. Williams told the partnership that the property owners asked for the stop to be removed. “Their reasoning was the shopping center will be undergoing a renovation of the storefronts and the current bus route will not work with the vision of the shopping center,” Williams said. The shopping center would still be served, but the buses will not travel on the Rio Hill Shopping Center property. (learn more about the renovation in the February 6 CCE)Toward the end of the meeting, Jaunt’s planning manager Steven Johnson posed an interesting question. Could bus stops used by multiple transit agencies be given names that could be shared?“So that in our literature everybody is referring to the same stop by the same name,” Johnson said. “I think that would be a good thing for users of our systems.” In June, City Council approved an appropriation of federal funding for Charlottesville Area Transit to purchase eleven buses, all of which will be powered by fossil fuels. CAT is conducting a study on how to proceed. (read more in June 24 CCE)But some area transit fleets have bought a few electric vehicles. Jim Foley, the director of pupil transportation for Albemarle County Public Schools, said his system applied to Dominion’s electric school bus program. “I’m not sure we’ll get them, but we gave it a try,” Foley said. “We did go visit Louisa County who did get two of the electric buses and they love them, plus Dominion came out with a program to reimburse schools for fast-chargers which would save hundreds of thousands of dollars.”Foley said he drove one of the vehicles and found it to be smooth and powerful. Christine Jacobs, the interim director of the TJPDC, said she would convene a workshop of various stakeholders outside of a partnership meeting in order to discuss the issue.“Just sit everybody at the table so we can all share all of the information that we have,” Jacobs said. “Results from studies that are being done, data on the different types of buses. I think it’s something that there’s a real momentum and a craving for us all to share information and make sure that we’re all on the same page. Williams expressed caution about having community members decide what kind of buses to purchase.“The community doesn’t get involved when you’re talking about the selection of fire trucks, or police vehicles, or any of the other vehicles associated so it’s a little interesting there’s a lot of concern about selection with individuals who have not run a transit system and do not have any information about running it and what it takes to make sure that I am going to be reliable.” Williams said a study will soon get underway to determine the best pathway forward and to develop a plan to transition the fleet. In the meantime, he does not want his hands tied. “I’m not going to be subject to a command telling me to buy an electric bus when I have no confidence that it’s going to work,” Williams said. Finally today, as reported here before, route changes are pending for Charlottesville Area Transit. The information has been presented to the Regional Transit Partnership and the City Council, but this summer the public will get the chance to ask questions in two virtual meetings. (Council Briefed on Proposed Transit Changes, June 2, 2021)Both the Connetics Transportation Group and the firm Kimley-Horn have as been working with Williams on the changes. Here’s Williams at a June 29 press briefing.“When we went into the pandemic, there was concern like most transit agencies about how when we get out of the pandemic, what do we do the make the system better for all who use it?” Williams asked. Williams said the route changes are intended to reverse a period of ridership declines that was happening before the pandemic. In 2013, CAT carried over 2.4 million riders a year, but that dropped to just over $2 million in 2018. Williams also acknowledged there are a lot of moving parts in transit at the moment. “This is not the end-all to-be-all,” Williams said. “The region is doing a visioning study so this was designed as a temporary measure over the next couple of years while that study is done to prevent us from having continued rapid decline in ridership.”In the current system, all but one of the CAT’s 13 routes goes to the Downtown Transit Station. In the changes, at least one route will be oriented north-south to travel between Stonefield and the Willoughby Shopping Center. Jim Baker is with the Connectics Transportation Group.“We’ve proposed introducing some new crosstown service from south Charlottesville to U.S. 29 so no longer will you need to travel to downtown, transfer to a bus to continue up to U.S 29,” Baker said. “You can do all of that on the same bus.” Another change is that CAT service would be extended to Mill Creek in Albemarle County. Service would also go through the South First Street public housing complex. Other routes would have Sunday service for the first time. The two public meetings will be on Friday, July 16 at noon and Wednesday, July 21 at 6 p.m. Before you go:Thanks so much to everyone for their financial support. No pitch today. I just want to thank you for reading. As I said in the podcast, the fact that you’re reading this shows that you care about the future of our community. I do as well, and have dedicated my life to reestablishing my pathway as a journalist. As you celebrate with friends and family, please tell others about the work. I’m about to begin Year Two and would like to expand the audience! This work is free and the work is paid for by the quarter of the audience that’s decided to contribute. I’m grateful to everyone who thinks this work is worthwhile enough to keep going. Thanks again, Sean Tubbs, Town Crier Productions This is a public episode. 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