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Oakland Warriors Podcast
Steph Petty and the Heartbreakers: The Looney Game!, Jordan Poole the Closer, More Rim Attacks, Warriors Comeback Win Puts ALL the Pressure on Mavs Heading Back to Dallas | WCF, 2-0 | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 243)

Oakland Warriors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 19:26


That was fun... well, at least the 2nd half! Patrick breaks down the Golden State Warriors' 126-117 Game 2 come-from-behind win over the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals. Specifically, he discusses Kevon Looney feasting on Dallas' soft frontcourt, Loon's familiarity with Luka Doncic's style from having guarded prime James Harden in the playoffs, Jordan Poole's love for the brightest postseason lights and his ability to close a game, Stephen Curry's determination to attack the basket and will his team to victory, how these W's are not the Phoenix Suns, and how this loss really was gut punch for the Mavericks and how it puts a TON of pressure on their young team going back to Dallas. WATCH, LISTEN, & SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL: youtube.com/OaklandWarriors SUPPORT THE SHOW ON PATREON! patreon.com/OaklandWarriors CONNECT WITH PATRICK: twitter.com/PatrickEpino CONNECT WITH THE POD! bio.link/warriors oaklandwarriors.com twitter.com/OaklandWarriors instagram.com/OaklandWarriorsPod youtube.com/NationalFilmSociety BUY A SHIRT! oaklandwarriors.com BUY US A COFFEE: buymeacoffee.com/OaklandWarriors EMAIL US AT: oaklandwarriors.com@gmail.com LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL AT: 323-863-6044 THE BASKETBALL PODCAST NETWORK: thebasketballpodcastnetwork.com MUSIC BY: Paper Son paperson.bandcamp.com soundcloud.com/paper-son If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

Community Focus
Community Focus 5/18/22: Natasha Bartolotta, Communications and Outreach Coordinator, National Loon Center

Community Focus

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 16:33


Our guest today was Natasha Bartolotta, Communications and Outreach Coordinator, National Loon Center.

Hedkandi Radio
#HKR19/22 Hedkandi Radio

Hedkandi Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 120:01


This is the Hedkandi Radio Show. 2 hours of deliciously stylish Hedkandi Tunes served as a DJ Mix and presented by Hedkandi's resident Mike van Loon http://facebook.com/hedkandi  http://www.instagram.com/hedkandi http://www.mixcloud.com/hedkandi  http://www.twitter.com/hedkandi  hedkandi.com

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Producer/Host: Anu Dudley The post Earthwise 5/7/22: The Loon first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

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Le 8 à 9
Le 8 à 9 - 06 mai 2022

Le 8 à 9

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 59:47


Actualités Locales : - Un gymnase flambant neuf vient d'être construit à l'Institution Saint Joseph- Au Havre un dispositif d'aide et de soutien pour les femmes qui ont une maternité précoce- Les lycéens de Jules Siegfreid rendent hommage a l'ancien maire du havre à l'occasion des 100 ans de sa disparition- La Havraise Camille Blanquet est championne de France d'Echecs- Découevrtes du territoire d'Harfleur dans le cadre de ballade à véloOn parle aussi de la Nuit des Musées et de la RussieBonne écoute !

Minnesota Native News
Powwows Present Challenges, Opportunities for COVID Precautions

Minnesota Native News

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 4:59


[Loon sounder] This is the Minnesota Native News Health Report, I'm Marie Rock. This week…COVID infection rates are on the rise. Reporter Feven Gerezgiher shares some of the latest data…..and connects with organizers about what they are doing to prevent COVID-19 at powwows and other large gatherings. STORY A As of May 3, preliminary counts from the Minnesota Department of Health show more than 2,500 newly reported cases of COVID-19 across the state. The seven day average more than tripled from early April. The latest CDC data estimates 62 percent of new cases nationwide are BA.2, a subvariant of omicron. Health officials say BA.2 spreads more quickly than previous strains, yet so far does not seem to cause severe illness. They encourage getting vaccinated and boosted as the strongest protection against COVID-19 For links to free testing and vaccination clinics, check out minnesotanativenews dot org slash health. [Music] STORY B When vaccines became more widely available last year, more people began feeling safe to gather in large crowds again. Some powwow organizers even said they had record attendance in the pandemic, following an isolating 2020 when most powwows were canceled. Despite that is awareness that COVID-19 is yet present. My name is Sharon Lennartson. I'm tribal chairwoman with the Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Tribal Community. The community is planning their powwow for September and taking into consideration what precautions against COVID-19 might be needed. Last year, they tried to enforce a vaccination policy and check temperatures, yet found that difficult without enough volunteers. We made announcements, you know, if you don't feel well please don't come to the powwow. You know, if you know you had COVID, if you have COVID don't come to the pow wow but other than that that's about it. …Well, we have signs up, you know, I had COVID signs made up as everybody was doing back then. You know, stay six feet away, wear a mask. So we did everything we were supposed to do as far as that goes but you can put up 100 signs, whether people listen to it or follow the rules was a whole nother story but we did the best we could.  The Gathering of Nations in New Mexico had 80,000 attendees over their three day event in 2019, and comparable numbers last weekend. To prepare this year, the organization partnered with a  COVID support services provider to offer vaccines. This is VIP StarNetwork CEO and founder Johonniuss Chemweno. It was a great event. We winded up giving quite a bit of COVID-19 vaccines, Pfizer vaccines out to patients that were eligible for their boosters with the most updated information that came out from the FDA and the CDC related to various populations that were eligible for a second booster. In addition, we were there for people that were hesitant that still are unvaccinated. So we're able to talk with a variety of patients that had been waiting for various reasons whether they came from immunocompromised backgrounds and they had questions. They're able to speak with some of our nurses and healthcare providers that were at the booth. Johonniuss said some people got their first doses of the vaccine at the event and were able to schedule later appointments for second shots. He said including essential health care services at large gatherings can help link people to medical services available regularly within people's communities. Consumers today have adjusted to a new way of health care. I call it the new health care, in terms of consumer driven, simplified access to various medical services. In this regard, we were talking about COVID-19 vaccinations, as well as immunizations outside of COVID and various metrics of outreach. And so when it comes to why somebody would get a booster at Gathering of Nations versus going to a pharmacy, you know, per se, or a hospital system, it's because we've made it simple, and we've made it very easy by being there.  And so that's almost outlines what we're seeing across the nation in terms of mobile health care, accessible health care and simplified access, in terms of ensuring that people don't have to go out of their way, scheduled time away from their friends and their family and their other day to day activities when things can be right there for them in this regard, you know, COVID-19 vaccines, first shot, second shot, and various boosters. At the Gathering, another company also offered free at-home tests and a CDC sponsored group educated leaders of different nations, tribes, and pueblos on COVID resources available through the Indian Health Service. For the Minnesota Native News Health Report, I'm Feven Gerezgiher. [Health report funder credit] [Loon sounder]

Death of a Rock Star
Keith Moon

Death of a Rock Star

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 22:26


‘Moon the Loon.' That's the nickname. The bloke who drove a Rolls-Royce into a swimming pool. Who liked blowing up toilets and trashing hotel rooms. Moon's life and death is one of pop music's great cautionary tales. It's textbook stuff. A man who becomes so grotesque that people forget what a genius he was. Before the drink and drugs and darkness reduce him to a husk. Is the golden age of rock really so golden, when its gods die so young? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

KSFO Podcast
Obviously a Loon

KSFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 37:16


Hour 2 of A&G includes the re-payment of your student loans, a twist in the No Pomegranate story, how the war in Ukraine will effect our food supply and bums & junkies may disappear from the side of the road. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
Obviously a Loon

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 37:16


Hour 2 of A&G includes the re-payment of your student loans, a twist in the No Pomegranate story, how the war in Ukraine will effect our food supply and bums & junkies may disappear from the side of the road. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong and Getty
Obviously a Loon

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 37:27


Hour 2 of A&G includes the re-payment of your student loans, a twist in the No Pomegranate story, how the war in Ukraine will effect our food supply and bums & junkies may disappear from the side of the road.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Come on, it’s still good
Good Knight, Escaping Loon (Moon Knight Ep.5 RE-Cap)

Come on, it’s still good

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 33:55


The Good Guys discuss hippos, vikings, and bears.  Oh My!   Join The Good Guys as they RE-Cap episode 5 of Moon Knight   The Good Guys:  Regan, Rob, and Ryan   Producer:  Eric 'e0n' Chung   Engineers:  Regan & Eric   Social Media Strategist:  @syndicatepoogie   Trailer Music and FX courtesy of Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio   Loonar  ThanYES or ThaNOS  Bollocks  Featured background music playlist:   Arcadia, Island Sun, Feel The Heat, Legend, Worship The Night  by  White Bat Audio   Theme music is Battle (Boss) by BoxCat Games and is licensed under CC BY 3.0   Additional music is Against the Wall by BoxCat Games and is licensed under CC BY 3.0   -Be Good People   www.coisgpod.com  

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #84: Ragged Mountain General Manager Erik Barnes

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 55:33


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Organizations can email skiing@substack.com to add multiple users on one account at a per-subscriber enterprise rate.WhoErik Barnes, General Manager of Ragged Mountain, New HampshireRecorded onApril 26, 2022About Ragged MountainClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Pacific Group ResortsSummit elevation: 2,286 feet at the top of Pinnacle PeakVertical drop: 1,240 feet Skiable Acres: 250Average annual snowfall: 100 inchesSnowmaking coverage: 85%Trail count: 57 (40% expert/advanced, 30% intermediate, 30% beginner)Terrain parks: 3Lift count: 5 (1 high-speed six-pack, 1 high-speed quad, 1 triple, 2 surface lifts - view Lift Blog’s  inventory of Ragged’s lift fleet)Why I interviewed himI usually start with the mountain, but this time I’ll start with the man. Barnes spent 33 years at Mount Snow before landing at Ragged last October. That makes him one of the most seasoned ski area heads in a region where experience matters a hell of a lot. As Vail struggled to fully open and manage its New Hampshire properties last year, little, little-known Ragged seemed to do just fine. Outside of a four-day lift failure in early January, the ski area was staffed up and moving all season, in spite of warm December temps and a stubborn rain-snow line that sopped Ragged while its neighbors just to the north tallied a foot-plus in a series of storms. The ski area’s stability in the maw of all this instability demonstrates the importance of appointing experienced leaders such as Barnes to captain this temperamental region’s ships.And this is a pretty nice little ship. Not a super-yacht or anything, but a solid pleasure cruiser. Ragged has all of the things: glades, detachables, that indie vibe, reasonable prices, and an experienced snowmaking and management team that can keep the boat sailing through the Northeast’s it’s-raining-lava-and-elephant-poop winters.It’s pretty easy for a ski area to get lost in New Hampshire. It’s a great ski state with a lot of great ski areas: Waterville Valley, Loon, Cannon, Bretton Woods, Attitash, Wildcat, Black Mountain, Cranmore, Mount Sunapee, Gunstock. King Pine and Pats Peak are two of the best-run small ski areas in New England. So Ragged has some standing-out to do. It’s doing its best, but it’s one of the state’s least-appreciated spots, and I figured it was time to do some appreciating.What we talked aboutRagged’s 2021-22 weather short straw; back when everyone used to learn on a ropetow and how that went; how you get from ski instructor to general manager of Mount Snow; ski school camaraderie and culture; the distinct culture of Mount Snow and why the ski area has been such an incubator of industry talent; how Mount Snow evolved as it was passed along from SKI to American Skiing Company to Peak Resorts to Vail Resorts; 251 fanguns will change your day; building Mount Snow’s Attack of The Planets snowmaking system and what makes it so powerful; what it takes to open a mountain in October in southern Vermont; Barnes’ reaction when Peak Resorts sold their entire portfolio to Vail; “what do you think?” versus “this is what we’re doing”; the East is a different game, Kids; what Vail needs to do to bring its Northeast ski areas up to standards; the particular challenges of running oft-bankrupted and frequently shuffled Ragged Mountain; Ragged’s unique snowmaking and snow-management systems; why Ragged didn’t suffer the same staffing challenges as other New England resorts this past season; how the ski area will respond to Vail’s new $20-an-hour minimum wage; a primer on Ragged owner Pacific Resorts Group and its five ski areas; the insane expenses of lift maintenance; an update on the Pinnacle Peak and beginner area expansions; how much land Ragged owns and what the eventual expansion options look like; Ragged’s big-bomber high-speed lift fleet; the importance of redundancy; whether we could ever see a surface lift serving the Wildside terrain park; Ragged’s extensive, wildly fun, and ever-growing glade network; whether we could ever see night skiing at Ragged; long-term snowmaking upgrades; the ski area’s Mission: Affordable season pass; whether Ragged could ever add reciprocal season pass partner deals, as its sister resort, Powderhorn in Colorado, has done; and whether Ragged has considered joining the Indy Pass.     Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewBecause it’s been nagging at me for years: this “FUTURE EXPANSION” promised on two sides of the ski area on Ragged’s old trailmaps:I see something like this and I become 7 years old. When will it happen? When will it happen? When will it happen? When will it happen? When will it happen? When will it happen? When will it happen? It’s insane. I won’t say that this particular expansion nag is why I started the podcast, but I will say that things like this are exactly why The Storm exists: I am obsessed with the long-term evolution of lift-served ski areas, more immersed, at times, in what a thing could be than what it actually is. This one is particularly compelling, for a number of reasons. First, the trails are already cut, and have been for years:Second, Ragged has done a better job than just about any ski area in New England outside of northern Vermont in developing a balanced ski experience. Loon is a big, well-appointed mountain, but it lacks a strong glade network (which is odd, considering Boyne’s strength in this area up at Sugarloaf). Okemo and Mount Snow host the largest collection of intermediate groomers on planet Earth. Ragged could be a smaller version of this, a glide-and-fly bump for families and the opening-bell groomer brigades. But the ski area makes the most of its two little mountains, and it’s fun to assume that it would develop Pinnacle Peak in the same manner.Ragged is interesting in a lot of other ways. What’s with this weird little conglomerate that owns ski areas in New Hampshire, Maryland, Virginia, Colorado, and coastal BC? That sounds more like a rich person’s inventory of second homes than a logical network of ski resorts. And what’s with the cheapo season pass? And why doesn’t it have a network of reciprocals like sister resort Powderhorn? And oh by the way when will Pinnacle Peak happen? When? When, man? JUST TELL ME AND I’LL STOP ASKING!He didn’t tell me.Questions I wish I’d askedYou know, I didn’t ask what it felt like to leave Mount Snow after 33 years, and I should have. I didn’t ask why Barnes left the mountain, because it was pretty obvious. The new owners, Vail, shuffled executives, as new corporate owners of new corporate things often do. I figured there was no point in dwelling on it. The Storm is sometimes deferential to or critical of the past, but it is mostly about the now and the what’s-to-come (I said mostly, Annoyingly Correct Bro). But it was obvious – in the way Barnes talked about Mount Snow and his time there and the people he worked with and the modern machine that he had helped evolve it into – that this was a man connected to his mountain in a way you might be connected to a kid or a home or a really great dog. He would not have left it on purpose. That was a story that would have been worth getting into, and it was a failure on my part not to.What I got wrongI mentioned the power of Mount Snow’s snowmaking system, and intimated that they were “the first in the Northeast to really build out” such a system. There’s a lot of nuance to that statement, and the way I framed it in the podcast wasn’t clear at all. Here’s what I meant: while every large resort in the Northeast has a snowmaking system that could blow the doors off of any 5,000-acre western rambler, Mount Snow’s is one of the most modern and efficient, able to make the most of its water in a way that is more advanced than many of its competitors (though that gap shrinks yearly as all of the big Northeast mountains continuously upgrade their snowmaking arsenals).I also stated that this was Vail’s fourth season of operating the former Peak Resorts, when it was actually their third, after acquiring the portfolio in July 2019. I also asked Barnes to tell us about Pacific Resorts Group and the five different ski areas that it owns “around the country.” Only four of their resorts are in the United States, however – the other is in British Columbia, Canada.I didn’t get this wrong, but a lot of New England people will accuse me of doing so: I stated that the region did not have the rabid night-skiing culture that the Midwest does. This is true. While Southern New England does feature several extensive night-skiing operations, the total number of ski areas, and the total hours that they operate after dark, are far less numerous than in the Midwest, where nearly 100 percent of the ski areas offer night skiing across 100 percent of their terrain seven nights per week from December to March.Why you should ski Ragged MountainSecrets are a little easier to come by in the West, where bigness is the default and out-of-staters fly by the off-brands to cash in their Epkon coupons at the headliners. Take Sunlight, Colorado, for example, 2,000 vertical feet fading into the rear-views of the Aspen-bound. Or Sugar Bowl, 1,650 acres and 500 inches of snow served by five high-speed quads half an hour closer to San Fran than Palisades Tahoe or Northstar. That’s a little tougher in the East, where the drop-off is fairly severe between the chest-thumbing 2,000-foot bad boy bristling with detachables and the family-owned 500-footer served by a single double chair that’s older than plant life.But there are a few big-but-mine-all-mine-evil-cackling-laugh ski areas dotted around the East. Burke, 2,000 empty vertical feet of goldmine glades served by two high-speed quads just a few miles off (a very remote section of) I-91. Saddleback, modernized and re-opened and glorious with fall lines and glades of all kinds, but far enough out in the wilderness that you have to be careful you don’t turn the wrong way off the edge of the planet on your way to the hill.And Ragged. For 20 years, there has been exactly one six-place detachable chairlift in New Hampshire, and it’s at Ragged Mountain, serving one of two glade-laced peaks. Serving the other, exactly adjacent glade-laced peak is an eight-year-old high-speed quad. There’s a whole complex of beginner lifts at the bottom for kids or whatever you call them. Lift tickets sit comfortably below triple digits. The season pass is one of the cheapest in New England, debuting this year at just $379 (it’s now $479 through Sept. 5). All this sits about equidistant between Interstates 89 and 93.So what gives? How come skiers tend to blow right past Ragged on their way to Waterville Valley or Loon or Cannon? Well, those ski areas are bigger and, despite being farther from Boston, easier to get to, as they’re mostly right off Interstate 93. Each of them tops 2,000 feet of vert and tends to draw more snow than Ragged. Either state- or corporate-owned for decades, New Hampshire’s big resorts have been well-tended-to and well-taken care of, stable wintertime draws for basically the entire history of lift-served skiing.But Pacific Resorts Group, which added Ragged to its far-flung, five-resort network back in 2007, has brought much-needed stability to this rad little mountain. The company has continued to improve the property, cutting new glades and upgrading the lifts. Long-term, they intend to expand onto a third mountain, Pinnacle Peak (as I may have mentioned above), and trails are already cut (also mentioned above). In Barnes, Ragged has one of the most experienced and well-liked ski area managers in the region. As megapass mania transforms the character of many of New Hampshire’s beloved ski areas, sending refugees scrambling for alternatives, Ragged is poised to become something big. Go there before that happens.More RaggedThe excellent New England Ski History website has pages on just about any operating or lost ski area in the region, including Ragged.New England Ski Journal TV visited Ragged back in 2016:Ragged’s dense glade network speaks to the mountain’s long-established identity. Decades before thinned tree runs became ski area mainstays, Ragged called out a cluster of upper-mountain glades on this 1969 trailmap:This has nothing to do with Ragged, but while researching this article, I came across this amazing trailmap of nearby (and now lost) King Ridge ski area. I really have no idea what the hell is going on here, but it makes me vaguely miss the ‘90s, the last decade before the world hyper-connected itself into a bottomless information and ridicule machine and it was possible for absurd things like this to exist in glorious obscurity:The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 46/100 in 2022. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer. You can also email skiing@substack.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

SRF 3 punkt CH
Newcomerin Ginny Loon mit Debütsingle live im Studio

SRF 3 punkt CH

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 56:17


Ginny Loon, 26 Jahre alt, aus Winterthur, veröffentlicht ihre erste Single Third Love. Bei punkt CH erzählt sie, was der Song bedeutet, wie sie zur Musik kam und ob sie ihren Job als Flight Attendant bald an den Nagel hängt. Hör rein und gib dir eine volle Ladung Schweizer Musik!

Angelo Cataldi And The Morning Team

Bill Werndl joins the show. What are his thoughts on the draft tonight?

Poolstok podcast: Evidence based selecteren
Is loon een goede motivator? (HR Magazine PODCAST)

Poolstok podcast: Evidence based selecteren

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 22:52


Een groepsbonus, werkt dat versterkend of verdelend? Wat motiveert je medewerkers om hun job nog beter te doen. En hoe transparant moet je zijn inzake verloning? Vragen waar prof. Anja Van den Broeck (KU Leuven) en Vincent Van Malderen (Poolstok) hun mening over delen. HR Magazine PODCAST - Host: Lisbeth Imbo

AD Media Podcast
S5E15: ‘Tropenjaren is niet grappig, benieuwd hoeveel kijkers er nog zijn volgende week!'

AD Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 33:16


Het vaste mediapanel zat ook deze week weer aan de buis gekluisterd. Onder andere voor de nieuwe dramaserie met kersverse ouders Jelka van Houten en Henry van Loon die hun eigen Tropenjaren dramatiseren op NPO3. Helaas is het panel niet positief: ‘Tropenjaren is niet grappig, benieuwd hoeveel kijkers er nog zijn volgende week!' Verder aandacht voor de op handen zijnde fusie tussen RTL en SBS. Mediajournalist Dennis Jansen heeft zijn oor te luister gelegd in de wandelgangen. Angela de Jong heeft Tom Egbers gesproken, backstage bij Jinek, over een mogelijk vervolg op 'Tom's Engeland'. 'Cruijff 75' komt voorbij en ook het BZV-café is weer geopend: Rillingen van Rob en complimenten voor Maud! Luisteren dus! Naar de wekelijkse AD Media Podcast, waarin TV-columniste Angela de Jong en verslaggevers Dennis Jansen en Mark den Blanken alle hoofd-, rand-, en bijzaken bespreken op het gebied van media. De presentatie is in handen van Manuel Venderbos. Support the show: https://krant.nl See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CobCast
Mother of Man Slain at Epic Easter Bike Out and Field Party Shooting Says He Will Get Justice – CobCast Ep. 19

CobCast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 7:55


Family and friends trickled into The Loon Bar & Grill after a recent vigil for Kealon Gilmore, the 26-year-old man killed when gunfire erupted at the Epic Easter Bike Out and Field Party on April 2. People at The Loon wore yellow and purple shirts with his name and photo on it.       Gilmore would be at the restaurant just about every day, the manager said, and he always loved the burgers. So, when the owner and manager heard of Gilmore's death, they named the Kealon Burger after him. A table lit with candles was reserved for Gilmore's mother, Shalonda Gilmore. The family was invited out to dine at his old hangout spot.     “Tragic,” Shalonda Gilmore told the Observer. “He was a wonderful kid. Good spirt.”       Kealon, along with several others, was shot when a fight broke out at the party in southeast Oak Cliff attended by more than 2,000 people. The event took place without a city permit, though off-duty Dallas police officers were providing security.     The Dallas Police Department is trying to identify the shooter while it looks into why its officers were working the non-permitted event. The city is considering increased regulations for special events and the people in charge of throwing them. That includes the promoters and the owners of the land where events are taking place.  Shalonda said she isn't sure yet how tragedies like this can be prevented. All she can think about is finding justice for her son.       “He will have justice. I can say that,” she said. “He will have justice and his name will live on. I hate that this has to be the way for it to live on, but his name will live on. I'm not going to stop. We won't stop.” This is an audio adaption of stories I've written for the Dallas Observer. It was written and produce by me. Music by me. After Fatal Shooting Over Weekend, Dallas Wants Promoters to Go Through Background Checkshttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/after-fatal-shooting-this-weekend-dallas-wants-promoters-to-go-through-background-checks-13757809 Mother of Man Slain at Epic Easter Bike Out and Field Party Shooting Says He Will Get Justicehttps://www.dallasobserver.com/news/im-still-in-disbelief-mother-of-slain-dallas-man-says-he-will-get-justice-13788789

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #81: Big Sky President and Chief Operating Officer Taylor Middleton

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 97:29


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Organizations can email skiing@substack.com to add multiple users on one account at a per-subscriber enterprise rate.WhoTaylor Middleton, President and Chief Operating Officer of Big Sky Resort, MontanaRecorded onApril 4, 2022About Big SkyClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Boyne ResortsBase elevation: 6,800 feet at Madison BaseSummit elevation: 11,166 feetVertical drop: 4,350 feetSkiable Acres: 5,850Average annual snowfall: 400-plus inchesTrail count: 300 (18% expert, 35% advanced, 25% intermediate, 22% beginner)Terrain parks: 6Lift count: 39 (1 15-passenger tram, 1 high-speed eight-pack, 3 high-speed six-packs, 4 high-speed quads, 3 fixed-grip quads, 9 triples, 5 doubles, 3 platters, 2 ropetows, 8 carpet lifts) – View Lift Blog’s inventory of Big Sky’s lift fleet.Uphill capacity: 41,000 skiers per hourWhy I interviewed himBig Sky opened in 1973, as the American ski industry’s big-mountain land grab was fizzling. Seven years later, Taylor Middleton wandered into town, an Alabama boy wired for adventure. What he found an hour and five minutes south of Bozeman, population 21,645 at the time, was a backwater bump of the sort that still populate the Montana wilds: four or five lifts, 20 or so runs, Lone Peak hovering godlike over it all. A hell of a view and dumptrucks worth of snow and not a whole lot else.Over the next 42 years, Big Sky would evolve into one of North America’s great ski areas. The Storm, as regular readers know, can be prone to hyperbole. My worldview is tilted toward ennoblement. Even the scraggliest lift-served snowsliding outposts have virtue in their histories, their idiosyncrasies, their improbable continued existence in a world that frustrates such ventures in 10 dozen ways.That won’t be necessary here. Big Sky is titanic, sprawling, impossible. Alps-like in its scale and above-treeline drama. Mixed into the 300 named trails are two dozen-ish triple black diamonds. They mean it: to ski Big Couloir or North Summit Snowfield off the top of the tram requires an avalanche beacon, a partner, and a sign-out with Patrol.But this radness is a small part of the experience. At almost 6,000 acres, Big Sky is nearly the same size as Boyne’s other nine resorts combined*. It is the third-largest ski area in the United States, and it took the combination of Park City with neighboring Park West (7,300 acres), and the connection of the Alpine Meadows and Olympic sides of Palisades Tahoe (6,000 acres) to out-big Big Sky (Big Sky is itself the combination of two ski areas, as it absorbed the old Moonlight Basin in 2013). Even when the base-to-base gondola finally cracks open over Tahoe next year, Palisades Tahoe’s terrain will remain fragmented. Endless, nearly boundless skiing of the sort that defines Big Sky is rare in America.Which takes us back to Middleton. Big Sky could have been a lot of things in underdeveloped Montana. A rugged single-chair backwater like Turner. A teaser that stopped short of the looming snowfields, like Teton Pass. A fun but lost-in-time burner like Lost Trail. A regional hotshot like Bridger Bowl, with slow lifts, rad terrain, and lots of hiking. Instead it’s one of the most complete and up-to-date ski resorts in North America. How did that happen? Most American ski resorts are just old enough that the pioneering generation, the one that actualized a dream out of the wilderness, are long gone. Big Sky will be 50 years old next year, but for a lot of reasons – not the least among them a stable ownership group (Boyne has owned the ski area since 1976) – a lot of the people who helped mold the place into a monster are still around.Middleton did not just watch all of this happen – he’s a big part of the reason it happened at all. I wanted to hear his story, and the story of the mountain, firsthand.*Boyne’s nine other ski areas total 7,200 acres: Summit at Snoqualmie (1,981 acres), Sugarloaf (1,230), Brighton (1,050), Sunday River (870), Cypress (600), The Highlands at Harbor Springs (435), Boyne Mountain (415), Loon (370), and Shawnee Peak (249).What we talked aboutThe 2021-22 ski season so far at Big Sky; how an Alabama boy ended up running one of the biggest ski resorts in America; yes there is a ski area in Alabama; dusty, cow-town Bozeman and Big Sky circa 1981; how the mountain grew from a backwater bump with five lifts and 20 runs to a sprawling behemoth that sits alongside the best resorts on the continent; the audacity of the Lone Peak Tram; installing a secret summit lift without the knowledge of the company’s CEO; like a glacier the tram base crawls across the valley; how and why the tram has no towers; how Big Sky’s reputation changed when the tram popped open in 1995; the wild terrain hanging off the summit of Lone Peak; “there’s not an easy way down”; how Patrol tamed the mountain to make it skiable; the power of skier self-selection; the inbounds runs that require Patrol check-in and avy equipment; why Big Sky limits Big Couloir to eight skiers an hour; why skiing got so lame in the ‘80s and how the Lone Peak tram helped nudge the industry out of its stupor; John Kircher and putting skiing first; the good old days of walking right onto the tram; the tram reservation system, how it’s worked out, and whether it’s here to stay; going deep on Big Sky’s forthcoming mega-gondola-tram network; the location of the new tram, its terminals, and its single tower; the fate of the current tram’s terminals; characteristics of the new tram cabins; why Big Sky removed its original two gondolas and why it’s bringing that sort of lift back; the fastest lift on the mountain; an overview of the new gondola; the advantages of operating on private land; Big Sky hates liftlines; when we’ll be able to ride these monster new lifts; where we may see new or upgraded lifts; how close we may be to a second out-of-base lift at Moonlight Basin, where it would run, what it might be called, and what sort of lift we could see; “there are little pods of terrain all over our mountain that we haven’t cleared yet”; how Big Sky came to absorb the formerly independent Moonlight Basin and how it changed the ski area as a whole; Big Sky’s 360-degree ski experience; an encomium to James Neuhaus; how the initial Ikon Pass backlash from 2018-19 has aged; why the resort will require Ikon reservations next season; why Big Sky remained on the Ikon Base Pass as Aspen, Jackson Hole, and others fled, and whether leaving that tier for the Base Plus is still a possibility; the power of Boyne’s network and how it’s helped prop the company up from within over the decades; “I’m getting really tired of pulling Sugarloaf stickers off my lifts”; Boyne’s tiered pass products and how they manage crowds while creating options for everyone; and Big Sky’s commitment to building employee housing.     Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewFor most of its existence, Boyne Resorts has made a brand out of statement lifts, inventing, with its partners, the triple chair and the quad in the 1960s. Boyne brought America’s first six-pack in 1992 (at Boyne Mountain), and the country’s first eight-pack in 2018 (at Big Sky), trailing Europe on the latter but soundly stomping its American competitors. Still, compared to its peers, Big Sky doddered along with a rattletrap lift fleet for decades. By the time Big Sky installed its fourth high-speed lift in 2004*, Vail Mountain already had 15 of them (and had since at least 2001).But over the past half-dozen years, Boyne has gotten aggressive. By next season, four of its 10 ski areas will have the monster eight-packs already in place at Big Sky and Loon – 80 percent of all such lifts on the continent. A major promised component of the company’s 2030 plans is beefed-up lift infrastructure at Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Loon, Boyne Mountain, and The Highlands at Harbor Springs. But the most dramatic changes are coming to Big Sky, Boyne’s flagship.After rolling out four high-speed lifts in five years (the Powder Seeker six in 2016, Ramcharger 8 and the Shedhorn high-speed quad in 2018, and the Swift Current 6 in 2021), Big Sky recently unveiled a gargantuan base-to-summit lift network that will transform the mountain, (probably) eliminating Mountain Village liftlines and delivering skiers to the high alpine without the zigzagging adventure across the now-scattered lift network. Skiers will board a two-stage out-of-base gondola cresting near the base of Six Shooter before transferring to a higher-capacity tram within the same building. This second machine will likely be a hauler in the spirit of the school-bus-shaped big-boys at Jackson and Snowbird (though it will, as Boyne Resorts CEO Stephen Kircher told me, have outward-facing seats), and will certainly haul more skiers than the current 15-passenger version, which is a triumph of engineering but one built for a different time. The whole complex will sit like this in relation to the current lift network:Once this titanic project is finished, Big Sky may be closer to complete than its enormous lift count (39) suggests. Eight of the remaining lifts are carpets. Ten more are designated “real-estate lifts” and are of no consequence to the on-the-mountain ski experience. As the sparkling new out-of-base fleet materialized, once-promised upgrades to Southern Comfort, Iron Horse, and Lone Moose disappeared from the 2025 plan. But none of these feel particularly consequential. Southern Comfort is a detachable quad, not even 20 years old. Iron Horse is a fixed-grip quad, but it was installed in 1994 and probably has plenty of useful life remaining. Lone Moose, a Yan triple that arrived used from Keystone in 1999, suggests the most pressing need for an upgrade, but it’s tucked at the far end of the resort and serves just a handful of runs – there are better places to spend money.The most obvious place is the Madison Base, above which 2,000 acres of former Moonlight Basin terrain rises toward Lone Peak. Aside from a beginner quad, the Six Shooter six-pack serves this entire area. The possibility of another lift here is tantalizing, and we discuss this in depth on the podcast. Also, terrain expansion could be coming, here and elsewhere around the ski area. “There are little pods of terrain all over the mountain that we haven’t developed yet,” Middleton told me.  There is a logic to this improvisational, discuss-one-thing-and-do-another swagger that Big Sky has: the place sits entirely on private property. This is a rare situation for a large Western U.S. resort, most of which sit on Forest Service land and operate under long-term leases. That means that the master plans, the public comment periods, the endless back-and-forth with the Forest Service, the perpetual scaling back of grand plans – none of that is Big Sky’s problem. As Boyne tips over its Money Bin and empties it into its Montana crown jewel, we are witnessing an interesting real-time experiment in private willfulness versus the public-private model upon which so much of our big-resort infrastructure rests. Don’t tell Free Market Bro, but the more Boyne proves it can act as a responsible mountain steward without turning the place into a set piece from the latter half of The Lorax, the more I like Big Sky’s model.  *When the Six Shooter high-speed six-pack came online in 2003, Moonlight Basin was still a separate resort.Questions I wish I’d askedHowever. I don’t really understand if Boyne is truly in a yeah-let’s-just-build-like-nine-hot tubs-in-a-bear-den free-for-all situation or not. Just because the resort is not subject to Forest Service approvals (which, frankly, have allowed far more ski resort development than they have shut down over the past six decades), does not mean it can just do whatever the hell it wants all the time. Probably. I don’t know because I didn’t ask, and I probably should have. I will say that Boyne has emphasized its role as an environmental steward more and more over the past decade, joining Powdr, Vail, and Alterra last year in a “shared commitment around sustainability and advocacy.”I also would have liked to have gotten more into these “terrain pods all over the mountain.” Which is funny because Big Sky is already like the size of Delaware and I’m all worried about it expanding. But really I started this podcast because I can’t stop thinking about this kind of thing. It’s a form of experiential avarice that I have no other outlet for.What I got wrongWhen I interviewed Jackson Hole President Mary Kate Buckley in November, I accidentally referred to her as the resort’s “CEO.” I then made a correction in the article that accompanied that podcast. And then during this interview I again referred to Buckley as Jackson Hole’s “CEO.” So I’m again printing a correction because apparently I’m a nitwit. I’m sorry Mary Kate you’re doing a great job and you don’t deserve this.Also, at one point in the interview when we were discussing trailmaps, I referred to “Lone Peak” as “Big Sky.”Why you should ski Big SkyBecause there are a couple dozen you just have to hit at some point, right? If you’re in North America, it’s these ones. Just about everybody reading this has probably skied some of them, and most of us (outside of Peter Landsman from Lift Blog), have probably not skied all of them. It’s a big list, it’s a big continent, and time and money are not eternal things.So we all have our calculus on where we go and when. Like a lot of Midwestern- or Eastern-based skiers, my Western travels have been heavily skewed toward whatever is in the orbit of Denver and Salt Lake airports. And why not? The I-70 and Wasatch resorts are enormous, interesting, snowy, and convenient. And, until the advent of the triple-digit walk-up day ticket, affordable (they still are, so long as you plan your ski season like a cicada, securing you earthly access 17 years in advance).For a long time, Big Sky was the opposite of convenient. Bozeman airport was small, expensive, and hard to reach. The mountain itself was cold and far, with a mostly slow lift fleet. As the mainline Colorado and Utah destinations rapidly modernized in the 80s and 90s, Big Sky took its time.  That time has come. Bozeman airport now welcomes direct flights from 30 markets. Flights are quite affordable. Tens of millions of dollars’ worth of sparkling new lifts strafe Big Sky’s 300 runs. The resort is a headliner on the Ikon Pass. Getting to and skiing Big Sky has never been easier.And oh yeah the skiing. See trailmap, above. If I need to convince you that Big Sky is worth your time, then what are we even doing here?More Big SkyMiddleton and I discuss an excellent history of the Lone Peak Tram written by respected ski journalist Marc Peruzzi. This video tells the story very well, and includes footage of a young Taylor Middleton:The news section of Big Sky’s website is, in general, excellent, with stories written by freelance journalists who appear to have quite a bit of editorial leeway. This is rarer than you would imagine.We also discussed this letter that Middleton drafted to the Big Sky community in response to Ikon Pass backlash during the 2018-19 season. A response to that.Oh, and yes, there is a ski area in Alabama, as Middleton and I discussed on the podcast. No, it’s not indoors. It hasn’t opened in a couple years, mostly becaue of Covid-related things, but you can follow their operations on their Facebook page. Frankly it kind of looks like any little bump outside of Milwaukee or Grand Rapids:A pictorial history of Big Sky’s development1975This is the earliest Big Sky map I could find – four lifts and 18 runs, with parking right at the base.1978A few years later, the far side of Andesite was online:1995Nearly two decades later, the resort is still relatively contained, but Challenger, Iron Horse, and Southern Comfort add distinct expert, intermediate, and beginner pods on opposite sides of the ski area. Two gondolas now run out of the Mountain Village base in this 1994-95 trailmap:1997The tram, installed in summer 1995, changed everything, blowing the resort up to its summit. That same year, Big Sky also ran the Shedhorn double up the backside of the peak:In 2013, the mountain acquired adjacent Moonlight Basin, giving us the foundation of today’s Big Sky. Boyne CEO Stephen Kircher has told me on numerous occasions that the ski area is committed to keeping its paper trailmaps in perpetuity. Snag one as a memento when you’re there – this place is changing fast, and they won’t be up-to-date for long.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 36/100 in 2022. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane). You can also email skiing@substack.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

Lehja
RAMADAN SPECIAL: Tees {30} Din Ke Liye Tark-e-Mai-o-Saqi Kar Loon

Lehja

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 1:45


Classic Urdu Ghazal by Shibli Nomani Narrator: Raheel Farooq تیس دن کے لیے ترکِ مے و ساقی کر لوں مولانا شبلیؔ نعمانی کی کلاسیک اردو غزل تحت اللفظ: راحیلؔ فاروق Links: Recitation.Net YouTube.com/Recitation Patreon.com/Urdu Keywords: لہجہ - ادب - شاعری - Adab - Shayari

Wild Game Dynasty
Episode #100. Nick Grillo of Michigan Brand, Inc. loves the sound of a Loon...

Wild Game Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 47:14


WGD reached out to Nick at Michigan Brand, Inc. finding him busy balancing "Faith, Family, Work and America's Past-time".

The Armchair GM's Sports Network
Liam Van Loon Interview - Dog Pound Podcast: Player Interview Series

The Armchair GM's Sports Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 60:01


In this episode Brandon & Kyle talk with Niagara IceDogs overage forward and OHL Champion #88 Liam Van Loon on coming to Niagara this season from Hamilton, playing in front of fans/no fans, hoping to earn a Pro Contract, His Fishing Life, & a very laid back conversation discussing interesting facts regarding his teammates. == Follow along with our IceDogs Content ==- https://twitter.com/DogPoundPodcast- https://twitter.com/icedogsxtra== FOLLOW THE NETWORK ==Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArmchairGMPod​Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArmchairGMsNetworkInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/armchairgmsportsWebsite: https://www.armchairgmsports.com/== ALSO AVAILABLE TO LISTEN TO ON ==Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/thearmchairgms​iTunes: http://bit.ly/ACGMitunes​Spotify: http://bit.ly/ArmchairGM​== FOLLOW THE HOSTS ON TWITTER == Brandon: https://twitter.com/Caputz13​_AGMKyle: https://twitter.com/JustKyle51

Hedkandi Radio
#HKR12/22 Hedkandi Radio

Hedkandi Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 120:01


With Mark Doyle This is the Hedkandi Radio Show with Mark Doyle 2 hours of deliciously stylish Hedkandi Tunes served as a DJ Mix and presented by Hedkandi's founder Mark Doyle. http://facebook.com/hedkandi  http://www.instagram.com/hedkandi http://www.mixcloud.com/hedkandi  http://www.twitter.com/hedkandi  hedkandi.com The Hedkandi radioshow is produced by Mike van Loon

Men in the Arena Podcast
Breaking Through the Noise to Find Your True Self: Alone Season 7 w/ Joel Van Der Loon EP 528

Men in the Arena Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 62:37


Joel Van Der Loon shares about his experience of being alone in the wild and what it taught him.  Joel's experience in the outdoors began from childhood growing up in South Africa and Tanzania, East Africa - in particular, living off the grid on an isolated stretch of tropical coastline of wild bush, hosting an array of animal species. I spent 12 years traveling the world through 40 countries and crossing oceans as a professional crew member, exploring some of the world's most remote locations by sea. I have hiked, camped, and paddled in just about every type of ecosystem and trained in desert, alpine, jungle, and temperate survival methods. I have put myself into testing conditions with little more than a knife, water bottle, and the clothes on my back. I believe that there is no substitute for teaching from a position of real-life experience. Joel started training people in 2015 in San Diego- California on the Los Coyotes Indian reservation. He taught folks from all walks of life including military, fire-fighters, boy scouts, school kids, celebrities, physically disabled, and contestants of survival shows. He was a participant on Episode 3 of Discovery channels Bushcraft Build-Off and History channels Alone season 7. Joel and his family moved up to Central Oregon in 2018. He still returns to Africa yearly to learn from the Hadza Bushmen. Participant on History channels Alone and Discovery channels Bushcraft Build Off. Wilderness survival and Connection to nature. Learning from our hunter-gatherer ancestors. The importance of spending time alone in nature with our creator. Boots on the Ground Take a full afternoon in the wilderness and reflect and find gratitude for what God has given you. Get Your Copy Now! of Tell Them, What Great Fathers Tell Their Sons and Daughters www.meninthearena.org Men in the Arena Books and Swag Support the Podcast

Community Focus
Community Focus 3/24/22: Natasha Bartolotta, Communications and Outreach Coordinator with the National Loon Center

Community Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 14:29


Our guest today was Natasha Bartolotta, Communications and Outreach Coordinator with the National Loon Center.

Fric & Frac
Suns out buns out ☀️

Fric & Frac

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 85:33


On todays episode we discuss the effects of seasonal depression, post breakup etiquette, self centered apologies, and last but not least Loon details how his boundaries were violated

Hedkandi Radio
#HKR11/22 Hedkandi Radio

Hedkandi Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 120:01


With Mark Doyle This is the Hedkandi Radio Show with Mark Doyle 2 hours of deliciously stylish Hedkandi Tunes served as a DJ Mix and presented by Hedkandi's founder Mark Doyle.   http://facebook.com/hedkandi http://www.instagram.com/hedkandi http://www.mixcloud.com/hedkandi http://www.twitter.com/hedkandi hedkandi.com The Hedkandi radioshow is produced by Mike van Loon

BENE Servicepark, de rally podcast
S02E14 | BENE Servicepark De Rallypodcast | WRC, Rally van Zweden, Belgisch en Nederlands rally kampioenschap, special guest Hein Verschuuren en Danny Colebunders

BENE Servicepark, de rally podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 95:28


We beginnen de podcast wel heel vreemd, maar ook in deze 14e podcast nemen Bjorn Degandt en Marco Schillemans je me naar het WRC, Rally van Zweden, de 1e manche van het Belgische Rally Kampioenschap, de Haspengouw Rally en de opener van het Open Nederlands Rally Kampioenschap de Jacks Casino int Drenthe Rally. We hebben een nieuwe rubriek, ‘Hoe zou het zijn met ‘. In deze eerste aflevering staat Dany Colebunders centraal. En Hein Verschuuren schuift de gehele podcast aan. Met hem hebben we het over zijn eerste maal in een Ford fiesta WRC samen met Erik van Loon. En ook ditmaal mocht de verkiezing van de nieuwe BENE (co) piloot van de maand niet ontbreken. De 14e editie van de BENE Servicepark Podcast staat online. Gratis te beluisteren via oa Spotify, Google en Apple podcasts. Laat ons weten wat je van de podcast vond via onze facebook pagina BENE Servicepark. Veel luisterplezier. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bene-servicepark/message

ING Sector inzichten
Podcast: in gesprek met Roland van Loon, CTO van Van Loon Group

ING Sector inzichten

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 28:44


In deze podcast gaat Sector Banker Ceel Elemans in gesprek met Roland van Loon, CTO van het familiebedrijf Van Loon Group. Over de vleesketen die onder druk staat en over oplossingen die nodig zijn voor een duurzamere vleesketen en een beter imago. Welk perspectief signaleert Ronald en hoe vult Van Loon Group hun verantwoordelijkheid in voor de wereld van morgen?

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

The drama surrounding the the STWR cohosts and Ross' wedding continues as the news networks are still trying to get the scoop. Plus, Ross & the gang read Florida lawmakers for filth, Pam comes in handy & there's nary a Loon in sight. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gooische Business - NHGIB
S2022E0225 – over de dood, opleidingen en oude ambachten

Gooische Business - NHGIB

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 46:14


Toen Anita van Loon in 2019 in dienst trad van de Uitvaartstichting Hilversum zag zij een verwaarloosd pand aan de Bosdrift en een begraafplaats waar je nog niet...... wilde worden gevonden! Anno 2022 is het pand gerestaureerd met behoud van oude stijlen en is de begraafplaats weer nieuw leven ingeblazen. Tom Verdam is een echte online ondernemer. Hij is oprichter van het Drogisterij College, een erkend exameninstituut dat al sinds 2010 wettelijk erkend is. Het Drogisterij College ???? jazeker want in ons land moeten mensen die met geneesmiddelen en aanverwante zaken bezig zijn gecertificeerd en opgeleid worden. Huub van Breemen is Meubelmaker en Timmerman te Eemnes. Vroeger hadden we daar een prachtige titel voor: De Schrijnwerker, een vakman pur sang die alles wat zijn ogen zien, ….met zijn handen maken kan. Sinds 10 jaar is Huub zelfstandig ondernemer en maakt in zijn werkplaats aan de Eemweg eigenlijk alles voor in en rondom het huis. Van carport tot volledig ge-installeerde keuken!

Black and White Sports Podcast
Democrat LOON John Kerry is CRYING about CLIMATE CHANGE while Russia INVADES UKRAINE!

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 6:42


Democrat LOON John Kerry is CRYING about CLIMATE CHANGE while Russia INVADES UKRAINE!

Eclectic Tech
ARRL's Eclectic Tech - Episode 54

Eclectic Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 21:07


A conversation with Barry Feierman, K3EUI, about utilizing VARA FM software for digital communications using inexpensive VHF handheld transceivers. Also, the demise of Google's Loon project.

De 7
23/02 | Zware sancties tegen Rusland, ook impact Belgische bedrijven | Tot een kwart minder notariskosten vanaf volgend jaar | CEO Philips verliest helft loon door snurken

De 7

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 12:54


Het westen treft zware sancties tegen Rusland. Maar die raken ook verschillende sectoren in ons land. Intussen valt het... allemaal wel mee op de beurzen. Hoe komt dat? De notariskosten gaan dalen vanaf volgend jaar, kan tot een kwart minder zijn voor de aankoop van een woning. Solvay komt met goede resultaten. En de baas van Philips krijgt maar de helft van zijn loon. Heeft alles te maken met... snurken! Host: Bert Rymen Productie: Roan Van Eyck     See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Oprah Rose Show
Episode 223: The Rose Toy Took Ni**as Out The Game (featuring Loon from Just Frac Podcast)

The Oprah Rose Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 44:54


Tune in this week with TT, GG & DD as we're joined by relationship expert (kidding kidding) Loon (@kingloonthe1st) who says that “he knows a lot, because he fucked up a lot”. Accountability is our word for the episode. DD asks the question “would you date yourself” and TT stalled on her response. We talk about how men have way more options than women and with so many options, what do mean really want? Loon puts us on that men is really out here dating women that they don't really like. SAY WHAT! GG asks the question, how does a woman identify a man who doesn't like them but only wants to f***?! Wait wait wait… GG tells a story of a young man who has his own rose toy who uses it on his girls. We all screamed in disgust! You cannot use the same damn toy on different girls. Fellas ya'll are really making yourselves a want and not a need. Let us know what you want to hear or what guests you'd like to hear! Email any of your questions to theoprahroseshow@gmail.com Instagram - @theoprahroseshow Twitter - @oprahroseshow

SuperDataScience
SDS 551: Deep Reinforcement Learning — with Wah Loon Keng

SuperDataScience

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 81:04


In this episode, gifted author and software engineer Wah Loon Keng joins the podcast to dive deep into reinforcement learning. From its history to limitations, modern industrial applications, and future developments– there's no better expert to learn from if you want to know more about this complex topic. In this episode you will learn: • What is reinforcement learning? [4:50] • Deep reinforcement learning vs reinforcement learning [13:17] • A timeline of reinforcement learning breakthroughs [16:17] • The limitations of deep RL today [39:53] • Deep RL applications [53:10] • Keng's open-source SLM-Lab framework [57:51] • Keng's responsibilities as an AI engineer [1:02:17] • What is the future of RL? [1:08:05] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/551

Nailed It Ortho
Spine Citation Classics 01: Cervical Myelopathy

Nailed It Ortho

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2022 40:43


Welcome to the first episode of our “Citation Classics” series! The goal of these episodes are to go over the most cited articles in a certain topic over the past 15-20 years to give learners an idea of what articles are being read and what are some of the important studies out there to read!  In this episode we have Dr. Sohum Patel, a PGY-2 resident at Indiana University School of Medicine, and Jose Chacon, a medical student at American University of Integrative Sciences School of Medicine. This is the first episode of our spine citation classics, and they cover cervical myelopathy! Papers reviewed: Fountas, K. N., Kapsalaki, E. Z., Nikolakakos, L. G., Smisson, H. F., Johnston, K. W., Grigorian, A. A., ... & Robinson Jr, J. S. (2007). Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion associated complications. Spine, 32(21), 2310-2317. Nouri, A., Tetreault, L., Singh, A., Karadimas, S. K., & Fehlings, M. G. (2015). Degenerative cervical myelopathy: epidemiology, genetics, and pathogenesis. Spine, 40(12), E675-E693. Goffin, J., Van Calenbergh, F., van Loon, J., Casey, A., Kehr, P., Liebig, K., ... & Pointillart, V. (2003). Intermediate follow-up after treatment of degenerative disc disease with the Bryan Cervical Disc Prosthesis: single-level and bi-level. Spine, 28(24), 2673-2678. Sasso RC, Anderson PA, Riew KD, Heller JG. Results of cervical arthroplasty compared with anterior discectomy and fusion: four-year clinical outcomes in a prospective, randomized controlled trial. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2011 Sep 21;93(18):1684-92. doi: 10.2106/JBJS.J.00476. PMID: 21938372. Sakaura H, Hosono N, Mukai Y, Ishii T, Yoshikawa H. C5 palsy after decompression surgery for cervical myelopathy: review of the literature. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2003 Nov 1;28(21):2447-51. doi: 10.1097/01.BRS.0000090833.96168.3F. PMID: 14595162. View on youtube: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30fMwO6TzWs  Listen on Convey MD-  https://apps.apple.com/us/app/conveymd/id1528073451

WKXL - New Hampshire Talk Radio
Press Pass at Loon Mountain

WKXL - New Hampshire Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2022 7:12


Host Chris Ryan checks in with Loon Mountain Communications Director Louise Smith on Loon's best trails, winter to date and the amazing new Kancamagus 8 chairlift.

Omar Suleiman
Former Hiphop Artist Loon Talks Death (Michael Jackson, Biggie, 2pac, Kobe Bryant, Young Dolph)

Omar Suleiman

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022


Omar Suleiman
Christian from before Amir (Aka Loon Former Bad Boy Artist) discusses the Bible & Jesus

Omar Suleiman

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022


Zakir Naik
Christian from before Amir (Aka Loon Former Bad Boy Artist) discusses the Bible & Jesus

Zakir Naik

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022


Zakir Naik
Former Hiphop Artist Loon Talks Death (Michael Jackson, Biggie, 2pac, Kobe Bryant, Young Dolph)

Zakir Naik

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022


Yasir Qadhi
Christian from before Amir (Aka Loon Former Bad Boy Artist) discusses the Bible & Jesus

Yasir Qadhi

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022


Bleav in Warriors 24 with Rick Barry & Cyrus Saatsaz
Warriors 24/7- Hack-A-Loon, Tweaking the Rotation & Wiseman's Return

Bleav in Warriors 24 with Rick Barry & Cyrus Saatsaz

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 27:45


In the newest episode of Warriors 24/7, Brandon Cadiz recaps the last second loss to the Denver Nuggets. Cadiz addresses Curry's defensive miscues in late game situations. More GP2, why wasn't he on the court after a great defensive game? Hack-a-Loon: Michael Malone's strategy worked, and why this could be an issue going forward. Brandon discusses the dropoff this season of Nemanja Bjelica, and how Steve Kerr can adjust the rotation after the all-star break. James Wiseman will try to "keep it simple": taking a look at his latest press conference.

SBS Dutch - SBS Dutch
Kinderboek Momentje: Dolfje Weerwolfje

SBS Dutch - SBS Dutch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 7:28


Het zijn de Nationale Voorleesdagen in Nederland. Voor het behoud van de Nederlandse taal, is het heel belangrijk om je (klein)kind voor te lezen of zelfstandig te laten lezen uit Nederlandsetalige boeken. Madelief Debeij-Symons tipt deze maand de klassieker Dolfje Weerwolfje van Paul van Loon. ISBN: 9025864848.

The Health Mastery Show
#58 | Prof Luc Van Loon | Using Sports Nutrition to inform Healthy Ageing

The Health Mastery Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 46:27


In this episode, I chat with Professor Luc Van Loon Professor of Physiology of Exercise at the Department of Human Biology at Maastricht University Medical Centre. We talk all about Plant proteins, supplementation and how sports nutrition can inform ageing. ⬇️ Let me know whether you enjoyed the video down below in the comments

Community Focus
Community Focus 1/24/22: Natasha Bartolotta, Communications and Outreach Coordinator, National Loon Center

Community Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 11:42


Our guest today was Natasha Bartolotta, Communications and Outreach Coordinator, National Loon Center.

Kees de Kort | BNR
Opinie | Loon-prijsspiraal begint op gang te komen

Kees de Kort | BNR

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 6:20


De inflatie loopt strak op, macro-econoom en BNR-commentator Kees de Kort waarschuwt dat de loon-prijsspiraal in beweging aan het komen is. En dat leidt tot grote verschillen binnen bedrijven en sectoren en tussen bedrijven 'Sommige bedrijven kunnen die lonen verhogen, andere kunnen dat niet.'  Hetzelfde verhaal ziet De Kort zich ontvouwen voor de mensen die in de bijstand zitten of een AOW hebben zonder aanvullend pensioen. 'Dat is bijvangst van die inflatie, grote groepen mensen komen in de problemen. De AOW en de bijstandsuitkeringen stijgen met anderhalf procent, de inflatie bedraagt 6, en loopt op. Ben je afhankelijk van alleen AOW of bijstand, dan gaat het pijn doen.' Volgens De Kort gaat het om zo'n miljoen mensen.  'Een smerige bezuinigingsoperatie over de ruggen van mensen die toch al niet zo veel hebben', noemt De Kort de ontkoppeling van AOW en stijging van het minimumloon. Maar kunnen al die ouderen dan niet tegen een stootje? 'Opgeteld is het een welvarende groep, maar een behoorlijk grote groep heeft niet zo veel. Dat wordt een beetje weggemiddeld in het grote verhaal, maar die zijn er wel degelijk en dat wordt heel onprettig voor die mensen.' Over Kees de Kort Econoom Kees de Kort geeft elke dag net na 12:00 uur zijn (eigen) kijk op de financieel-economische wereld. Luister live in BNR Zakendoen of wanneer je wilt via bnr.nl/keesdekort, Apple Podcast en Spotify See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bonehead Podcast - All Things Blood Bowl
Breaking News - Bomber Dribblesnot & Fungus the Loon - Goblin Star Players Revealed for Blood Bowl!!

The Bonehead Podcast - All Things Blood Bowl

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 14:52


Breaking News - Bomber Dribblesnot & Fungus the Loon - Goblin Star Players Revealed for Blood Bowl!! https://www.warhammer-community.com/2022/01/10/two-new-goblin-star-players-cause-chaos-with-bombs-and-a-ball-chain/ —— Get Your BHPC Loot here: https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/bonehead-podcast/ Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/BoneheadPodcast #BloodBowl #GamesWorkshop #BoneheadPodcast ----------------

G30 Podcast
Episode 33 - We Need a "Loon-ey" Win

G30 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 33:31


Recapping the poor performance against Houston, previewing MIN on Sat, and general Galaxy related shenanigans. Surprise appearance by our good friend Csand07!

The Blade Dive
The Blade Dive || Episode 31 || Kyle Markman

The Blade Dive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 105:34


The Blade Dive, Episode 31 - We are Joined by the Colorado native  that comes from California roots, Kyle Markman.  Growing up Surfing, Skateboarding and snowboarding on the West Coast, on Seal Beach, California… the Markman family would eventually move to Durango, Colorado. Having read Snowboarder Magazine, Kyle Markman took an interest in Snowboarding via the power of print. Markman would later land jobs in a Snowcat at Purgatory Ski Area, CO… Keystone, CO… Eldora Mountain, CO. Kyle Markman is no stranger to pushing the limits of his own Snowboarding, but he's also constantly focusing on pushing the limits of what he can do in a Snowcat. Markman gravitated to transition builds and Zaugg operations, in an attempt to separate himself from other operators, Markman claims to have been building Zaugg features when Zaugg operations wasn't cool. Pushing the limits doesn't come without risk. Markman has 26 broken bones and has not only learned how to pick himself up off the ground but knows first hand how much of a commitment it is to be a master builder and put the trade skill above all else.  Markman has been a part of Superpark, Women's Superpark and The Launch, all of which were created by Snowboarder Magazine. Kyle was a part of the legendary A51 park at Keystone and is the previous Manager of the Terrain Park at Eldora.Episode 31 is an interesting listen. The conversation with Markman is assumed to be filled with ego, based on the Resume bullet points listed above. But the reality is that it's really not. We talk about real life shit, from mental health to depression and anxiety. We cover what it's like to be a dad and be a Snowcat operator, that physical health is so important, whether progression is linked to a wide marketing net, is the local valued, how the playlist evolves during the build and as always…the prediction of the future. Enjoy...  and if you're in the machine, go ahead and TURN THE VOLUME UP!Follow us on:https://www.instagram.com/thebladedive/https://www.facebook.com/thebladediveJobs at Loon http://www.loonmtn.com