Welcome back to Don't Retire... Graduate! Our guest on today's episode is not a Grammy Award-winning singer songwriter, but he is a highly experienced investor who educates others on passive and alternative investing. Brian Adams is the president of Excelsior Capital and is joining us today to talk about how he's using commercial real estate and private equity to reach his financial independence goals and how you can, too. In this episode we'll talk about: Getting asymmetrical returns by taking asymmetrical risks What alternative investment classes are Investing in things like art, NFTs, masterworks, and crypto to diversify your portfolio How access to alternative investment options are growing Private equity becoming the next frontier of investing The J curve Risk versus volatility Why bonds and cash are not the answer What it's going to take to reach financial independence and retirement with inflation devaluing the dollar How COVID will change commercial real estate when it comes to office space How to start investing in alternative asset classes About Brian Adams: Brian C. Adams is the President and Founder of Excelsior Capital, where he spearheads the investor relations and capital markets arms of the firm. He has 10 years of experience in real estate private equity and has advanced knowledge in best practices for strategic real estate investing. Prior to forming Excelsior Capital, Brian co-founded Priam Properties (an institutional real estate private equity sponsor) in 2010 and provided leadership and direction for the firm in connection with capital markets, investment management and investor relations. He has served on the Board of Sirrom Partners, LP, a single-family office investing across private and public asset classes since May of 2008. Since May of 2017 he has served on the Investment Committee for Solidus LP, an early-stage venture capital firm focused on investment opportunities in Healthcare and Technology. From January of 2016 to January of 2018, Brian served as a member of the Board of Next Gen Advisory Faculty for the Institute of Private Investors / Campden, a program designed to support next generation family members in preparing the following generation for the responsibility of being a steward of family wealth. He has also served on the Advisory Committee for the Southeastern Family Office Forum since December of 2016. Brian is a former practicing attorney, earning his J.D. from Suffolk University and his B.A. from Wesleyan University with Honors.
When passively investing in real estate, a big question that an investor asks is, “How do I vet a syndication deal?” Upfront, an investor must look at investment structure and returns, the market, and the risks. But beyond the numbers on paper, it is foremost to know if your money is in good hands. So, vetting the sponsor is also a critical step as you will be entrusting them with your investment as a limited partner (LP). But, how do you know if you can trust the sponsor who's leading the deal?Dr. Samuel Giordano, a practicing gastroenterologist, author, real estate investor, and co-founder of passiveadvantage.com, walks us through some processes in evaluating syndication deals and sponsors in this episode. Hear the questions that investors should be asking of sponsors, the important metrics to consider, and educational materials that will help prepare for the initial investment. Sponsors, too, could glean lessons on handling decisive dialogues with potential investors. All these and other great insights in our conversation with Dr. Samuel Giordano!
CONFINEMENT OF MIND, ENCASED IN LIES LIES LIES. In this week's BANGER of an episode the boys sit down with special guest Jordan Sloan of ZoneZero (and a thousand other projects) to deep-dive on Nothingface's 3rd LP, Violence. Cheers! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nubreed_podcast/ Email: Nubreedpodcast@gmail.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/nubreed_podcast Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nubreedpodcast/ Tim Twitter: https://twitter.com/timLSD Jay Twitter: https://twitter.com/horsecow Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrlK456FML4jtXN1YF7fxHg
The War on Drugs frontman Adam Granduciel joins Brad from The What Podcast for a special interview about the band's new album, I Don't Live Here Anymore. In addiction to discussing the progression from the TWOD's previous full-length, A Deeper Understanding, Granduciel is joined by his bandmates for a four-song performance. In this exclusive set, The War on Drugs perform the new LP's "Change," “Old Skin,” “Occasional Rain," and the title track. Elsewhere in the episode, Brad, Barry, and Lord Taco talk the latest Bonnaroo news and Peter Jackson's new Beatles documentary Get Back. Listen now, and make sure you like and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. You can also follow the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our programs, and snag the “Radiate Positivity” T-shirt at the Consequence Shop; a portion of proceeds goes to help those impacted by Hurricane Ida.
Hello Friends, and today we're continuing on with our look at Donovan's 1967 classic, A Gift From a Flower to a Garden, diving in to the second LP of this set, also released individually in the USA as For Little Ones. A diversion from the first LP in the set, this album is comprised of a set of songs based in Celtic folk music, with Donovan's intention of writing an album of songs for children. Strangely, this song actually feels more mature than Wear Your Love Love Heaven, but how does this change in approach affect the mono and stereo mixes of the album? Littered with sound effect intros and stripped back arrangements, this album is a real mish-mash of similarities and differences, which which brings these mixes together best? Come along with The Magpie to The Lullaby of Spring and find the Starfish-on-the-Toast for the answer! Happy Listening, Frederick Support the show and get hours of extra content at: https://www.patreon.com/backtomono Email the show at: firstname.lastname@example.org Listen to companion podcast Back to Mono: https://www.mixcloud.com/backtomonoradio/playlists/back-to-mono-complete/ Find me on Instagram @hypnoticfred Join the Facebook Community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/backtomono
Today, we're breaking down Novocure, a global oncology company that has pioneered a new approach to cancer treatment. For over 100 years, the tools used to fight cancer have largely remained unchanged, but there are promising signs of a renaissance and Novocure is at the vanguard of that charge. To explain the state of cancer research and how the business has developed over the past twenty years, I'm joined by Bill Doyle – Novocure's Executive Chairman. Please enjoy this breakdown of Novocure. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Brex. Brex began as the first corporate card for startups and now offers a full financial stack built for scale. Get 10-20x higher credit limits, uncapped rewards, easy deposits and payments, and expense management all in one. Grow your business faster with Brex. ----- This episode is brought to you by the MIT Investment Management Company, known as MITIMCo. As the endowment office of MIT, MITIMCo searches for investment firms that are focused on achieving exceptional long-term investment returns. MITIMCo's goal is to create long-term relationships. They will partner with firms as early as Day 1 and do not ask for general partner economics in return. Visit MITIMCo's website to learn more about their unconventional emerging manager approach, including examples of managers they have backed. While they only partner with a handful of new firms each year, they have also created and published resources for the broader universe of emerging managers to benefit from, making them even more unusual in the LP world. Visit www.mitimco.org to learn more. ----- Business Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Business Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @JoinColossus | @patrick_oshag | @jspujji | @zbfuss Show Notes [00:03:05] - [First question] - The current state of cancer treatment today writ large [00:05:43] - What cancer is and how it becomes life threatening [00:06:38] - Why uncontrolled cell growth is so bad [00:07:27] - The main three ways we currently treat cancer [00:11:29] - Whether or not there are targeted ways we can treat cancer like mRNA [00:14:08] - How we've historically detected cancer and what future detection could look like [00:17:12] - Death rates of cancer in the US annually and the business side as it stands today [00:18:20] - Key players in the cancer treatment space that serve patients [00:19:13] - The pioneering technology that Novocure created to treat cancer [00:22:38] - The mechanism that allows their tech to target the right cells [00:25:35] - Overview of the actual procedure that takes place with their therapy [00:28:36] - The impact and results of their new treatment method [00:33:37] - A future where we can take this in a prophylactic and preventive sense [00:34:44] - Why this approach to cancer treatment isn't more widely known and accepted [00:38:09] - Financials of Novocure and the opportunities it presents for their business [00:43:10] - How they spend their R&D dollars and horizontal and vertical growth [00:48:01] - Unique ways how they spend their revenue to scale their business [00:51:05] - Biggest criticisms of the size and scope of Novocure [00:52:18] - Broader business lessons learned while building a cancer treatment company [00:55:23] - The future of healthcare more generally and what has him most excited
We're finishing up our Minor Threat deep dive this week with the second half of their catalog: the 'Out of Step' LP and 'Salad Days' EP. Also ranking their releases, running down our top ten songs lists, and adding them to the Definitive Best Good Band Ranking!
Her music career wasn't an accident, exactly. But it's safe to say that Anika didn't see it coming. A music journalist by trade, the singer assumed she was signing up for a guest vocalist gig on what ultimately became her self-titled debut. Largely comprised of covers, the LP featured a smattering of originals, cowritten with electronic rock band, Beak. After being handpicked by Portishead to perform at All Tomorrow's Parties in London, Anika went on to form the group Exploded View in Mexico City. This year, she returned for Change – her sophomore solo album and first under her own name in 11 years.
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My latest special guest is British Soul Singer / Legend - Steve Ellis. As lead singer with the 1960's chart-topping Mod-Soul outfit Love Affair, Steve's vocals had the kind of powerhouse range that made you sit up and notice. We'll hear stories from across his career along with performances with Paul Weller, and their great friendship (Steve talks about Paul being like a Brother to him, Paul says 'He's my mate and I love him dearly") and how they came to create an album together called Boom Bang Twang! Released in 2018 - it was a mix of new songs and covers, recorded at Black Barn (Weller HQ) with guests and long-time friends including Paul (who also produced the album) along for the ride. The album also has loads of lovely Weller connections - with band-members Andy Crofts, Ben Gordelier, Steve Pilgrim, Steve Cradock and Charles Rees (Black Barn Engineer) all playing on the LP. Dive in to the podcast to hear all about it - and head to my new website at paulwellerfanpodcast.com to find out more, with links to the songs, videos and album that we talk about in the podcast. Thanks for listening - make sure that you subscribe / follow and leave a review - and if you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee (£3) at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/shop
About investing in different markets and realizing value with Phil Capron and Adam Lacey. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and TwitterFor more educational content, visit our website at www.diaryofanapartmentinvestor.comInterested in investing with Four Oaks Capital? First step is to schedule a call with us. ----Phil CapronPhil Capron learned that real estate was the wealth builder for him after purchasing his first home in 2010 using a VA loan while on active duty. He cut his teeth in the business as a real estate agent and by flipping properties in Coastal Virginia. 10 years and over 500 apartment units later, Phil's focus is expanding real estate opportunities for military members and veterans. He wrote his first book "Your VA Loan: and How It Can Make You a Millionaire" in 2019, and in 2021 created the first 100% veteran-owned and operated fund backed by real estate, Mission First Capital.----Adam LaceyAdam is a father, husband, professional engineer, real estate investor and founder of Gold Ribbon Investments. His background in civil engineering and construction management helped develop his strong organizational and problem-solving skills, which he believes are necessary to succeed as a real estate investor. Adam is currently an LP in two apartment deals, a GP in two apartment communities, and is looking to scale to a point where he can leave his W2. As the founder of Gold Ribbon Investments, Adam helps busy professionals invest in real estate without taking on the headaches of becoming a landlord. He also donates a portion of his profits to CureSearch, who funds safer, more effective treatments for childhood cancer.----Your host, Brian Briscoe, is a co-founder and principal in the real estate investing firm Four Oaks Capital. He and his team currently have 629 units worth $36 million in assets under management and are continuing to grow. He will retire as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps in 2021. Learn more about him and the Four Oaks team at www.fouroakscapital.com or contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org - be sure to let him know where you found him.Connect with him on LinkedIn or Facebook.vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv> Check out our multifamily investing community!> The Tribe of Titans> Get exclusive access to the Four Oaks Team!> Find it at https://www.thetribeoftitans.info^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hello! A few old friends and an exclusive interview with Thorsten, Hoshiko and new member Paul Frick from the mighty Tangerine Dream - to celebrate the new what-we-are-calling ‘precursor' album 'Probe 6-8' ahead of the new LP in the new year. PLUS music from Gavin Harrison, Ozric Tentacles, Nosound... AND some Gong news! Music: Tangerine Dream - Continuum/Raum/Para Guy (from Probe 6-8) Gavin Harrison - A Place to Stay (from Sanity & Gravity) Nosound - Places Remained (from This Night (Live in Veruno)) Ozric Tentacles - Eternal Wheel (from Travelling the Great Circle)
Hello! Dr. L here, bringing you another episode of Mindful Living. Yessss, I am a day late. Happy Belated Thanksgiving! On this episode I bring you the acronym, PLEASE! PLEASE was originally an acronym for skills within Dr. Marsha Linehan's Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. I found an updated version of this acronym called PLEASED. Many scholars, psychologists and mental health professionals have since created updated versions of DBT and its tools and techniques. One such author is Lane Pederson, who wrote The Expanded Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills Training Manual (Second Edition, 2017). In this version, PLEASED (yep, a D was added) stands for the following: P: Physical Health L: List resources and barriers E: Eat balanced meals A: Avoid drugs and alcohol S: Sleep between 7 and 10 hours E: Exercise for 20 to 60 minutes a few days per week D: Daily (Use PLEASED skills daily) I provide my definition and opinions for each letter of the acronym. For the exact definitions of PLEASE from Marsha Linehan, this information is found free online, as well as many other mental health professional's version of this acronym. I hope this episode helps you in some way! Until next time. :) IG: @drcecilialopez Email: email@example.com Business email: firstname.lastname@example.org Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/join/drcecilialopez? Lane Pederson, PsyD, LP, DBTC is not affiliated or associated with Marsha M. Linehan, PhD, ABPP, or her organization.
On this episode, we discuss the 1995 LP by the Jayhawks: Tomorrow the Green Grass. It was the fourth (and final LP) of the initial Mark Olson/Gary Louris collaboration before Olson decided to leave the band (he would reunite with the band to record the fantastic Mockingbird Time). Tomorrow the Green Grass is exactly what you'd expect from a Jayhawks record; it is replete with their trademark harmonies, jangly guitars, unconventional song structures, and dreamy yet heartfelt lyrics. The addition of keyboardist Karen Grotberg brought additional depth and dimension to the band's sound and resulted in an album that may just represent the Jayhawks at their musical zenith. If you like your harmonies close, your guitars jangly, and your chord progressions unusual, then this is an album you are sure to enjoy learning more about.
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We had the pleasure of interviewing Our Lady Peace over Zoom video!Our Lady Peace released their upbeat, tecnicolor groove track “Future Disease,” the second single off their upcoming album ‘Spiritual Machines II' which will drop on January 28th. Blending catchy rhythms, guitars, and bass, this 80's inspired alt-pop reflection represents all things Our Lady Peace - addressing the future, having humility, and the importance of healing as a society and the journey that comes with it. This follows their recent US “Stop Making Stupid People Famous” tour announcement where they will be hitting cities like NYC, LA, Boston, Detroit, etc in November. Full dates below.“Future Disease is the bridge between Spiritual Machines & Spiritual Machines II. This song echoes some of the sonic flavors & production techniques from the original album. It gives us comfort to have a track that ties the two albums together.” - Raine MaidaEarlier this fall, Our Lady Peace announced the sequel to their critically acclaimed 2000's album ‘Spiritual Machines', a record which has become a pillar of late 90s alt rock and a prime example of their band's creative brilliance. ‘Spiritual Machines II' will serve as the answer to their 2000 LP which was influenced by inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil's book “The Age Of The Spiritual Machines.” ‘ Spiritual Machines II' is the anti-rock record Our Lady Peace fans have been waiting for. Produced by TV On The Radio's Dave Sitek (with additional production by Jason Lader on three tracks), the album features the return of Kurzweil with new predictions such as near-future with UBI (Universal Basic Income), AI that will pass the Turing Test by 2029, and sustainable solutions to ending global hunger and poverty. ‘Spiritual Machines II' marks an uplifting new chapter for OLP as it carves out a new genre that is best described as future rock with each song crafted to represent the new predictions for our future as a society. Last summer, Our Lady Peace released the first track off the forthcoming album, “Stop Making Stupid People Famous” featuring Pussy Riot with a video to pair. The track is a reflection on celebrity influencer culture and how it has weakened the fibers of society. The choreography-ladened video uniquely contrasts the tongue-in-cheek nature of the song with carefree and colorful visuals, highlighting young activists and leaders that society should actually be making famous. They also introduced their Future Famous program, which recognizes a wide range of exceptional people in different fields (science, environmentalism, music, art, etc) who are making a real difference in the world. Learn more at www.futurefamous.org.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #OurLadyPeace #Raine Maida #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
33. Regard, Kwabs, Tyga - Signals 32. Lp, Kddk - Angels 31. Zivert, Denis First - Cry 30. Fisher - Just Feels Tight 29. Oneil, Smola - Addicted 28. Alok, John Martin - Wherever You Go 27. Fred Again.., The Blessed Madonna - Marea (Weve Lost Dancing) 26. Люся Чеботина, Ramirez, D. Anuchin - Солнце Монако 25. Joel Corry, Jax Jones, Charli Xcx, Saweetie - Out Out 24. Inna - Flashbacks 23. Area21, Martin Garrix, Maejor - Lovin' Every Minute 22. Zivert, Denis First - Три Дня Любви 21. Tiesto, Ava Max - The Motto 20. Alis Shuka, Byjoelmichael - Not About Us 19. Ханна, Миша Марвин, D. Anuchin, Vladkov - Убью Тебя 18. Dua Lipa, Imanbek - Love Again 17. Rain Radio, Dj Craig Gorman - Talk About 16. Ofenbach, Ella Henderson - Hurricane 15. Джарахов, Markul, Sergey Raf, Arroy - Я В Моменте 14. Swedish House Mafia, The Weeknd - Moth To A Flame 13. Elton John, Dua Lipa, Pnau - Cold Heart 12. Filatov & Karas, Busy Reno - Au Revoir 11. Dabro, Zuffer - Услышит Весь Район 10. Squid Kids, 71 Digits - Red Light, Green Light 09. Nessa Barrett, Jxdn, D. Anuchin - La Di Die 08. Minelli - Rampampam 07. Guma, Dan1Sx - Стеклянная 06. Calvin Harris, Tom Grennan - By Your Side 05. J. Balvin, Skrillex - In Da Getto 04. Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits 03. Alok, Sofi Tukker, Inna - It Don't Matter 02. Kungs - Never Going Home 01. Tiesto, Karol G - Don't Be Shy
Hello friends! I hope you all had a happy Thanksgiving. Pop artist, Kady Rain returns to the show for episode 1115! Kady has been releasing a steady stream of singles over the last few months including the pop driven "Crooked", the punk-pop, "Got Away" and last week she dropped various mixes of her new single, "Love Me Loud" available wherever you stream or download jams. Go to kadyrain.com for music, merch, videos and more. We have a very intense conversation about her new music, dealing with trauma, cutting toxic people out of her life, "no pants" parties, performing with a band, making her debut LP and much more! I always have a great time catching up with Kady. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down! Rehearse loudly AND safely at Space Rehearsal And Recording spaceatx.com
This week we dig into the Holy Rollers' first LP, As Is. This one was a pleasant surprise. Lots of hidden gems to discover if you take the time with this band. Jeff and I are joined by a couple of members of the Patreon group (Drew Lichtenberg and Scott Sheridan) to roundtable the discussion and we had blast! Right after the record talk, we chat with Holy Rollers guitarist, Marc Lambiotte. Stay connected, stay involved, stay in touch!
Hi Hope you're all well. Eat a lot and be thankful. I'm down with that ! Here's a little pod to fill you guys in on the recording of my new LP. 2 days of pretty epic recording are done! How was it? well you'd best take a listen.
In film, they call it the "meet cute" - the moment when two strangers lock eyes and ignite a cinematic classic. In music there isn't necessarily a name for a band's formation or meeting, but that instance can inform the group's music just as deeply. For Brooklyn's Sharkmuffin, their "meet cute" occurred July 4, 2012 at a beach house that was later destroyed by Hurricane Sandy - a possible reason why the band's music is visceral, explosive, sharp and a little dangerous. Tarra Thiessen (guitar, vocals, theremin, pocket piano) and Natalie Kirch (bass, vocals, claps) make up the core of the band, with frequently-rotating drummers. [Counting from their album artwork, an illustration of themselves and all of the drummers to have played with the group, they've employed 13.] One of these drummers was Death Valley Girls and Hole's Patty Schemel who recorded on their latest and first full-length LP, Chartreuse. The album has the punk attitude of the riot grrrl movement and the musicality of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. It covers gritty and very real subjects: first dates, favorite colors, violent emotions felt on Mondays and even feminine products. Some songs might provoke laughter just from their titles, like "Tampons Are For Sluts" and "Mermaid Sex Slave," but Sharkmuffin is dead serious. Hear them perform their short slap-in-the-face songs live in-studio. Setlist "Chartreuse" "Mondays" "First Date"
Today on the show is producer and director Robert Alexander. ROBERT ALEXANDER is a self-taught filmmaker and photographer, Emmy Award®-winning director and executive producer whose creative work spans film, television and advertising.After making his directorial debut with HBO's The Shop, featuring LeBron James, Barak Obama, and Maverick Carter, Alexander has emerged as a creative to watch with his highly inventive, visceral and raw approach to storytelling. Outside of his feature work, he is a talented commercial helmer with work on campaigns for top brands such as Nike, Alaska Airlines and Kia.Alexander is originally from Michigan but came of age in Brooklyn, New York, and currently resides in Los Angeles, where he is the CEO of Hardware Agency, a premium creative agency specializing in film, television and advertising work.In 2009, Scott Mescudi aka Kid Cudi released his debut LP, Man on the Moon: The End of Day. A genrebending album that broke barriers by featuring songs dealing with depression, anxiety and loneliness, it resonated deeply with young listeners and launched Cudi as a musical star and cultural hero. Director Robert Alexander's A Man Named Scott explores Cudi's journey over a decade of creative choices, struggles and breakthroughs, making music that continues to move and empower his millions of fans around the world.Enjoy my conversation with Robert Alexander.
Houndmouth's Matt Meyers and Shane Cody catch up with Kyle Meredith to talk about their new album, Good for You. The pair called in from the very practice space and recording studio that they made the record, affectionately known as The Green House. Coming from Southern Indiana (just across the river from Louisville), Houndmouth take us inside the characters that populate the new LP's songs and tell about basing the lyrics in the Midwest with a Southern Gothic twist. They also explain why they return to the Kentucky Derby in the title track and how it ties in with the song "Las Vegas" and Matt's love of poker. Listen to the episode now, and then make sure you're subscribed to Kyle Meredith With… wherever you get your podcasts. For more information on all our shows, you can also follow the Consequence Podcast Network. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
I am very pleased to welcome prolific solo artist, Emma Ruth Rundle to the podcast. She just just released an incredible new LP called Engine of Hell that is some of her best work, so I had to dive in and chat about the early 2000's in the LA music scene, her tumultuous childhood and her proclivity to collaborate. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The College Admission season is in full swing and it brings it usual stresses. However in the world of intergenerational planning, it's a unique opportunity for families to discuss their core values and the development of their kid's personal narratives. It is chance for families to collaborate on a life changing decision around the kids future- a process in which the engaged kids have a vested interest! Finally, it's often the first instance where kids experience the judgment of their personal narratives by the outside world. To help us dive deeper into this concept, I'm going to speak with LINDSAY TANNE Lindsay is the Founder and CEO of LOGICPREP. As a leading College Admissions Advisor, Lindsay helps students around the world develop and tell their stories and identify their best-fit schools. Over the past decade, she and her team have helped thousands of families successfully navigate the college application and higher education landscape. There's been so much news coverage around college admissions and how last cycle was the most competitive one ever. Is it really as crazy out there as it seems? Yes and no...More applications for the same number of spots - which means lower acceptance rates are a realityImagine you were applying to Columbia 2 years ago - you were one of 40,000. Well, last admissions cycle, you're up against 60,000 other students. At MIT, for example, applications were up 66%Simply put, at highly selective schools in particular, the pond expandedIt's not that you're a smaller fishIt's just that the pond got biggerBut there's one thing in particular I want to point: only 2.4% more students applied BUT applications were up 11%Basically, this means that the increase came from students applying to more schools rather than more students applying overall Less data available Transcripts were less reliable in this last admissions cycle as education moved onlineAdditionally, during the pandemic, almost every school had to go test optional - meaning they wouldn't require the SAT/ACT - as a temporary accommodation since the tests kept getting cancelled As a result, students did not feel constrained by test score ranges and more students were open to the possibility of applying to highly selective schools than ever beforeIn a sense, it's like the lock on the front gate appeared to be loosened at the most competitive universities - since test scores no longer stood as a barrier to entry -more students felt emboldened to applyUltimately, not as full of surprises as people might think (90% acceptance rate for LP to 1 of top 3 schools)Why? The criteria for evaluation hasn't fundamentally changed, but the weight assigned to each category has More subjective, less quantifiableTest scores were optionalTranscripts were less reliable - online school, pass/fail Plus, with limitations on extracurriculars, there were even fewer avenues to demonstrate leadership and passion What actually counts in the college application process? How do you help your child stand out? Basically, the college admissions process is founded upon three pillars: Academic Record - transcript and its rigor, what classes you take and your grades Standardized Test Scores - SAT/ACT Personal Narrative - your activities, how you spend your summers, teacher recommendations, what it is what makes you who you are2020, of course, was an unusual year - but things are changing slightly….These pillars still stand (though some might be shakier than others) However, the weight or emphasis, of each of these pillars has been challenged So what is the impact on the test-optional trend on college admissions? First, let's define: what is test optional? SAT/ACT not required; considered if submittedWhat is test blind? SAT/ACT not evaluated at all; very few schools fit into this category, though it does include the UC systemThe 2021 admissions cycle has really been an extension of 2020 - more schools offering test optional admissions a tem...
Marc Clair: "I think that, in many ways, politics was like still like a hobby. To me, it was just a fun thing to talk about. Now, I can go to Libertarian Party conventions and hang out with like-minded people, and we can go party afterwards to hang out on Bourbon Street, we can make jokes about Mises and Rothbard. And we all get it and it's not weird. It's fun people you can get along with. And that's kind of like how I took it... and the candidates who run in the LP... we know they're not going to win. And they know, they come on my show, and I invite them on, they tell me, they're not going to win. And we all agree they're not going to win. And it's all fun, it's all well and good. But now, after the last year, this isn't a game anymore. This is actually affecting everybody's life now. No one can really say they're not affected by this stuff at this point." Marc Clair from the amazing Lions of Liberty returns to the program discuss his focus on personal development, time spent in politics, and addressing the fact that politics aren't a game anymore. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It had to be during the hottest time in New Orleans, a sweltering summer, but Buck Meek had his reasons. Producer Andrew Sarlo oversaw the conditions under which the band recorded Meek’s second LP, within an old Victorian home by the Mississippi River. The band recorded live to an 8-track tape machine, sans headphones. Just […]
Ruth B. - "Moments in Between" from the 2021 album Moments in Between on Reb Music Productions / Downtown Records. Ethiopian-Canadian singer/songwriter Ruth B. explores the complexities of being a woman in her mid-twenties on her sophomore album Moments In Between. This is especially resonant on the title track, a wistful, laid-back song that really highlights Ruth's soulful voice. The new LP was executive produced by Patrick Wimberly (Beyonce, Solange, Blood Orange, Ellie Goulding). “Writing songs has always been therapeutic for me,” she says via a press release, “and I hope that hearing my songs helps other people in the same way. Whether they're feeling lonely or heartbroken or happy, I want them to know that someone else understands what they're going through.” Read the full post on KEXP.org Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's February of 1979 and George Harrison's follow-up LP to his 1976 effort Thirty Three & 1/3 is ready to drop! With a multi-year gestation period akin to that of the break between All Things Must Pass and Living In The Material World, this new, self-titled LP was yet another warmly-received return to form for George. Light-hearted singles fare such as Blow Away and If You Believe sat neatly next to the beautiful contemplation of a Your Love is Forever, joined by the blasts from Beatles past such as the resurrected White Album cut Not Guilty. 70's producer dujour Russ Titelman alongside co-producer George brought a cohesion to this collection not seen on the Dark Horse's solo work for some time, helping George Harrison to go top 40 around the world and peaking at a respectable #12 in the US. While new Harri-songs were burning up the radio dials, Paul McCartney was not about to be outdone. The new hit Wings single Goodnight Tonight b/w Daytime Nighttime Suffering was the opening salvo of a new WINGS formation, and a hint of things to come later in the year... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, Features contributor and CHIRP DJ Mike Nikolich speaks with Nashville-by-way-of Chicago artist Phillip-Michael Scales. Scales speaks about how losing a role in Hamilton pushed him to work with a vocal coach and reach the true potential of his range, his relationship with blues powerhouse and family friend B.B. King shaping his guitar artistry, and creating his new LP, Sinner-Songwriter, in relative isolation in a cabin in Wisconsin. Produced by Mike Nikolich. Photo Credit: Bryan H. Iglesias
Larry weighs in on the Kyle Rittenhouse and Ahmaud Arbery trials, right wing vigilantism, and why he loves The Beatles. He's then joined by film editor Jabez Olsson (Lord of the Rings, King Kong) where they talk about the making of the upcoming Beatles documentary 'Get Back' (25:49) and how the original "Let It Be" film and LP came together (28:00). Then they dive deep into the technical aspects of making the movie (42:16) and how the project will change the public perceptions of both the landmark album and some of The Beatles' supporting cast like George Martin (56:43) Billy Preston (1:00:55) Yoko Ono (1:08:19) and much, much more! Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Jabez Olsson Producer: Kaya McMullen Production Assistant: Chris Sutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
If you've followed the NBT podcast for a while you probably heard Dr. Malcolm Kendrick talking about the tenuous connection between cholesterol levels and cardiovascular disease. Malcolm has published with The International Network of Cholesterol Skeptics on this topic, including a recent review paper entitled LDL-C does not cause cardiovascular disease. In the paper, they include both total cholesterol and LDL-C in their discussions, and if you look at epidemiological data, I think they make a good point. For instance, total cholesterol had almost no effect on mortality in the HUNT-2 study in Norway, and higher levels were associated with lower mortality risk in women. Or the ESCARVAL-RISK study, where higher LDL-C is associated with lower all-cause mortality until it's well above 200 mg/dl. Or the In-Chianti study, where people over 64 had the lowest mortality rates if they had an LDL-C greater than 130mg/dl. The question then becomes, if not cholesterol, then what? To answer that we must resist monomania and acknowledge the very notion of causation in a complex system is suspicious. Ask not what but how. Malcolm argues in his new book The Clot Thickens that if you maintain metabolic health, manage stress, and mind your endothelial function, cholesterol levels become largely irrelevant. Simple enough, but as you'll discover in this interview, the devil is in the details. Here's the outline of this episode with Malcolm Kendrick: [00:00:24] Previous NBT podcasts with Malcolm Kendrick: Why Cholesterol Levels Have No Effect on Cardiovascular Disease (And Things to Think About Instead) and A Statin Nation: Damaging Millions in a Brave New Post-health World. [00:00:42] Book: The Clot Thickens: The enduring mystery of heart disease, by Malcolm Kendrick. [00:03:04] 5-part series with lipidologist Thomas Dayspring (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5); 2-hour interview with Ron Krauss on The Drive Podcast. [00:04:23] Book: Braunwald's Heart Disease: A Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine. [00:06:12] LDL Cholesterol - challenging mainstream thought. [00:17:16] Fatty streaks never become atherosclerotic plaques; Review: Velican, C., M. Anghelescu, and D. Velican. "Preliminary study on the natural history of cerebral atherosclerosis." Medicine interne 19.2 (1981): 137-145. [00:18:54] Genetic influences; familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) and high clotting factors; Case study of patient with untreated FH but no presence of atherosclerosis: Johnson, Kipp W., Joel T. Dudley, and Jason R. Bobe. "A 72-year-old patient with longstanding, untreated familial hypercholesterolemia but no coronary artery calcification: a case report." Cureus 10.4 (2018). [00:21:22] Clotting factors more important than high LDL; Paper: Ravnskov, Uffe, et al. "Inborn coagulation factors are more important cardiovascular risk factors than high LDL-cholesterol in familial hypercholesterolemia." Medical hypotheses 121 (2018): 60-63. [00:25:03] UK Biobank Study: Mora, Samia, Seth S. Martin, and Salim S. Virani. "Cholesterol Insights and Controversies From the UK Biobank Study: Three Take-Home Messages for the Busy Clinician." (2019): 553-555. [00:25:51] Machine learning used to predict cardiovascular disease; Study: Weng, Stephen F., et al. "Can machine-learning improve cardiovascular risk prediction using routine clinical data?." PloS one 12.4 (2017): e0174944. [00:30:54] FOURIER PCSK9-inhibitor study: More deaths in the treatment group; Study: Sabatine, Marc S., et al. "Evolocumab and clinical outcomes in patients with cardiovascular disease." New England Journal of Medicine 376.18 (2017): 1713-1722. [00:31:26] Evolocumab also reduces Lp(a); Study: O'Donoghue, Michelle L., et al. "Lipoprotein (a), PCSK9 inhibition, and cardiovascular risk: insights from the FOURIER trial." Circulation 139.12 (2019): 1483-1492. [00:34:02] APOA-1 Milano and HDL cholesterol. [00:38:45] Lp(a) and Vitamin C, plasminogen and clotting. [00:47:02] Rudolf Virchow, the father of the cholesterol hypothesis. [00:48:42] So what causes CVD? [00:49:53] Biomechanical stress; High blood pressure. [00:52:16] Endothelial and glycocalyx damage. [01:02:19] Steroids, immunosuppressants. [01:03:52] Avastin (bevacizumab) increases the risk of CVD; Study: Totzeck, Matthias, Raluca Ileana Mincu, and Tienush Rassaf. "Cardiovascular adverse events in patients with cancer treated with bevacizumab: a meta‐analysis of more than 20 000 patients." Journal of the American Heart Association 6.8 (2017): e006278. [01:06:07] Clotting disorders. [01:10:41] Sickle cell anemia - 50,000% increased risk of CVD. [01:11:36] Case study of 14-year old boy: Study: Elsharawy, M. A., and K. M. Moghazy. "Peripheral arterial lesions in patient with sickle cell disease." EJVES Extra 14.2 (2007): 15-18. [01:13:25] Air pollution, smoking, lead. [01:15:57] Biggest risk factors for CVD. [01:20:09] Supplements that strengthen the glycocalyx; Chondroitin Sulfate. [01:22:12] Malcolm's blog.
Lacuna, is as much an ambient LP as it is a journey into raw improvisation from pianist Holly Bowling and guitarist Tom Hamilton Jr.. Sure, tracks on this new LP from the Ghost Light band mates could certainly be featured on one of your meditation apps, but in truth, these jams are far more exciting as a distinct piece of music that came together organically. You see Holly was visiting Philadelphia last summer while pregnant with her first child. With Tom's new studio The Ballroom just recently completed, the pair found some time to just sit down and muck around. The results were so interesting that Tom and Holly decided to put their 46 minute jam out there for the world to enjoy as Lacuna. I caught up with Tom to talk about Lacuna, and as our conversations tend to do, we meandered and talked about a bunch of stuff including Ghost Light, More and of course Joe Russo's Almost Dead. First song: Isosolost Second song: Smile Pretty for the Camera See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The self-titled debut LP from Buffalo Nichols is the music of a wandering soul – not necessarily lost, but there’s the intrigue over how the wanderer came to be. It’s a glimpse into the journey through unfamiliar terrain, the lone wolf with no place to stay, no one you know. It’s a reflection of Nichols’ […]
On Friday, Polo G dropped the new single “Bad Man (Smooth Criminal),” which was first previewed at Rolling Loud NYC in October. Polo G later announced on Instagram that the song would arrive in November and appear on the deluxe edition of his 2021 third album, Hall Of Fame 2.0. Expected to drop on December 3, the LP will feature 14 new songs in total. Produced by Travis Sayles and Khaled Rohaim, “Bad Man” flips Michael Jackson's 1989 Top 10 smash “Smooth Criminal,” sampling the song's beat and interpolating one of its most famous lines on the hook. At the end of the song's music video, Polo G thanks the Michael Jackson estate for allowing him to pay tribute to the King of Pop: “To the family, friends and fans of Michael Jackson and his estate, we are truly grateful for all your support in the release of this song and music video. MJ is loved all around the world. We used this opportunity to represent this song for the future.” What's going on Internet, Analytic here aka Dreamz and I would like to welcome you to mine, which I call the Notorious Mass Effect Podcast! I am your Hip-Hop / Gaming News source with a little bit of R&B mixed in. FOR EPISODE 76: “POLO G - BAD MAN” “SILK SONIC - AN EVENING WITH SILK SONIC” “BATTLEFIELD 2042” “BEYONCÉ - BE ALIVE” But before that make sure to Click my Linktree in my bio to access my social medias and follow, to keep up with my latest activities, if you want to financially support the show click my cash app link located towards the top of my linktree as it helps the show overall, also make sure to share this podcast rating the show 5 stars as this helps the show reach more people so we can grow together and effect the masses! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support
hi Not a pod but a hallo. A Rrrrreally quick mind dump from me to you about my new LP and it's progress. It's the reason I've been absent from pod life for a while and I will be back soon but in the meantime I hope this goes someway to clarifying the butter of my world to you all. Hope you're funky !
Hello Friends, Today on the show we're back again in 1967 with our next Graduate Patron selected album, taking our first look at Donovan and his fantastic double LP A Gift From a Flower to a Garden. Much like our look at The Beatles at the beginning of the year, we will be splitting these two LPs in to two episodes of Mixology, with this week's episode looking at the first LP, also released individually in the USA as Wear Your Love Like Heaven. A glorious psych/folk/pop collection of 10 tunes, this album was released in both mono and stereo upon its original release. Thanks to some insider comments, we can confirm the mono was definitely the focus at the time, but how well does the made-for-USA stereo mix hold up by comparison? Oh Gosh, come along with Skip-a-long Sam and let's listen to Someone Singing Under The Greenwood Tree and find out. Happy Listening, Frederick Support the show and get hours of extra content at: https://www.patreon.com/backtomono Email the show at: email@example.com Listen to companion podcast Back to Mono: https://www.mixcloud.com/backtomonoradio/playlists/back-to-mono-complete/ Find me on Instagram @hypnoticfred Join the Facebook Community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/backtomono
It's been twenty years since the iconic White Stripes album White Blood Cells ripped through the stereos and eardrums of a new generation of rock and roll fans -- propelling Jack and Meg White to stardom and cementing the pulse-pounding duo as a staple of listeners the world over. To celebrate, The Third Men Podcast is diving deep into TMR Vault #48: White Blood Cells XX to take a look at not only the iconic White Blood Cells album, but the amazing bonus features compiled by Third Man in honor of the anniversary. And what LP anniversary celebration would be complete without the participation of someone who was actually THERE for the recording of the album? Enter engineer Stuart Sikes, who (along with Jack, Meg and David Swanson) was on hand for the recording of these songs -- and who is featured in the DVD footage included in Vault 48 chronicling the recording process at Easley-McCain Recording in Memphis, Tennessee in those early weeks of 2001. Stuart's perspective on this iconic piece of rock history is unique, and his grammy-winning career has included other work alongside such acts as Modest Mouse, Polyphonic Spree, Cat Power, and the project that helped spawn The Raconteurs: Loretta Lynn's Jack White-produced modern-masterpiece Van Lear Rose. We'd like to thank Stuart for joining us on the program, and hope you all enjoy listening to this interview and much as we enjoyed conducting it! And happy birthday to White Blood Cells! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Fidelia Bernice, PharmD, and Aadia I. Rana, MD, share insights on HIV ART safety and tolerability including recent data on nephrotoxicity and the use of NRTI-sparing regimens with discussion of the GEMINI-1 and -2 studies of DTG/3TC and the SWORD-1 and -2 studies of DTG/RPV, and safety with long-acting injectables with specific discussion of the ATLAS and FLAIR studies of LA CAB plus RPV and the CUSTOMIZE study.Presenters:Fidelia Bernice, PharmDClinical Pharmacy SpecialistInfectious DiseasesDepartment of PharmacyUniversity of Maryland Medical CenterBaltimore, MarylandAadia I. Rana, MDAssociate Professor of MedicineDivision of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Alabama at Birmingham1917 ClinicBirmingham, AlabamaContent based on a CME program supported by independent educational grants fromJanssen Therapeutics, Division of Janssen Products, LP, and ViiV Healthcare.Link to full program:https://bit.ly/3ydMtcL
When Randy Smith started his investing journey, he thought single family, turnkey homes would help reach his goals of passive income. That's until 1 year ago when he realized multifamily and limited partnerships were the key to low-stress income. Today, Randy is talking about the main questions he asks during his due diligence process, what surprised him about passive investing, and the biggest reason he decided to make the switch. Randy Smith Real Estate Background: Manager of Business Development for a Fortune 100 financial services company Currently passively investing as an LP in 6 different syndications including multifamily and a mobile home fund (Portfolio consists of rentals in Atlanta and Kansas City including 2 turnkey units and 3 BRRRR units) Based in Phoenix, AZ Say hi to him at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/randallmsmith/ Best Ever Book: Lifestyle Investor by Justin Donald Click here to know more about our sponsors: Deal Maker Mentoring | PassiveInvesting.com | FollowUp Boss
In this episode, you can listen to The Translator's host, Julie Mochan talk with an interesting individual that transitioned from a San Diego police officer to a RiskPro-using financial professional that followed his calling for helping individuals and churches throughout the country: Doug Eagle of Eagle Retirement Plans, Inc. is is the Translator's guest seat. Enjoy!
GUEST SUMMARY Camilla joins us in the lab having worn multiple hats as a transaction coordinator, process improvement specialist, Human Resources tech professional, music conservatory, owner of Choice Properties and Steady Stream Investments, and a mother of 5 and still considers herself an introvert. While Camilla experimented in single family, cosmetic rehabs while engaging her children in the process, in retrospect she wishes she would have known about the benefits of passive investing with a general partner to get similar if not better returns with less headaches and work. Today she does both and is an advocate for passive investing and active investing as a general partner. Her mission is to share with other investors especially women that you can be a GP or LP and still be successful as an introverted investor. You don't need to go against the grain and knock on doors and cold call to be successful. With 18 years of experience in a diverse array of real estate models and businesses, today Camilla makes it a point to educate other busy professionals on how to invest in real estate to secure their financial future. She is uniquely positioned to coach and guide investors to scale and diversify their investments in a style most suitable to them — the introverted way. In this episode, you will get a chance to discover your own blinds spots as an investor like Camilla did to see that there is a better way and not one way of investing. If you want to be successful in the ascension and progression of your real estate business and life, whether you are an introvert or not, you'll get key insights to enhancing the experiments you build day to day in your own lab. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EPISODE: 3:37 - Background of the guest 5:22 - How to tackle a new opportunity 8:52 - Learning Property Management 11:52 - How instruments work different parts of your brain 15:06 - Steady Keys Investments KEEPING IT REAL: 17:33 - Being able to work outside your comfort zone 22:56 - Nature vs Nurture 25:50 - What is an entrepreneur? 29:31 - Seek out five different things that would work out for you 31:05 - Having a lot of mentors 34:45 - Choosing a perspective 37:46 - Big shift in the business 42:19 - Transitioning to big apartments 46:32 - Finding the right groups of investors 51:03 - How to learn and start navigating the business 55:35 - Life is never balance 57:16 - More about the guest NOTABLE QUOTES (KEY LESSONS): "Entrepreneur is willing to have the courage to tackle things on their own, without someone else telling them that they have to do it, without taking direction from other people. They see a problem and they're willing to go out and solve that problem" "You can seek out five different ways and pick the best one that suits you and then you can move your business forward on that but don't spend all this time relying only on your own brain, you don't know what you don't know" CONNECTING WITH THE GUEST Website: https://camillajeffs.com/ | https://steadystreaminvestments.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theintroverted_investor/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/camilla-jeffs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/camilla.jeffs #Introvert #PassiveInvesting #Investor
Neal Casal was a brilliant musician, singer, songwriter, and music aficionado who we lost way to early back in 2019. Like everyone else who crossed his path, I was devastated to hear that Neal sadly took his own life, just days after performing at the Lockn' Festival. He was such a kind and gentle soul who was always ready to share his time talking about his own music, the music he collaborated on, and music more generally. I had the great pleasure of welcoming him to this show a couple of times and met him just a few months prior to his passing. Gary Waldman, Neal's manager, wanted to extend his close friend's legacy and organized a benefit show just a month after Neal's death where various artists performed at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. That show brought in a sizeable amount of money to the Neal Casal Music Foundation, which distributes instruments and lessons to students in the New Jersey and New York schools. Realizing the impact of that show, and wanting to further Neal's legacy, Waldman decided he'd draw up plans for an ambitious recording project that would see artists contribute recordings of Casal's music. That project, Highway Butterfly: The Songs of Neal Casal was co-produced by his old pal Dave Schools of Widespread Panic and Neal's band mate in Hard Working Americans and legendary rock producer Jim Scott. The five LP/3 CD box set was just recently released. The proceeds from the project will of course rest with the Neal Casal Music Foundation and a portion of which have already been earmarked for MusicCares and Backline a mental health organization for musicians. To do our part, we sat down with the great Jim Scott to talk about this project, and of course Neal Casal whom Jim had worked with. To learn more about Neal Casal, Highway Butterfly or the Neal Casal Music Foundation, please visit nealcasalmusicfoundation.com. First song: All The Luck in the World Second song: Bird with no Name See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Garrison over Zoom video! For fans of Joyce Manor, The Get Up Kids, and Quicksand, the band has drawn from many influences to create a hyper-melodic sound that ranged from hardcore to emo — all without fitting neatly into any genre. They executed a complex and unique sound, seamlessly combining technical guitar riffs, melodic vocals, and heavy breakdowns in a way that few bands were able to achieve. Coveted as “a beauty of a record” by KERRANG!, “The Bend Before the Break” remains their most popular release as the record harnesses a raw and genuine youthful energy. Nearly 23 years later, Iodine Recordings presents “The Bend Before the Break” for the first time as a full length LP, including “You're Devastated, I'm Sure” and “Untitled”, previously unavailable on vinyl. The new B-Side includes rare and previously unreleased material that spans the band's history from 1998 to 2004, including their first 7” record “24” and their split EP with UK's Hundred Reasons, all fully remastered by Nick Zampiello, produced by Brian McTurnan (Salad Days, Be Well, Battery), and features all new artwork by Dan McCarthy. “The Bend Before the Break” remains a relevant and vital volume in the post-hardcore and emo canon.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #Garrison #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Prentice4M, and introducing Team Fan Club! We are of course made possible by SignalWire. THE VIDEO [After THE JUMP: the player and what we said] -------------------------------------------- 1. Penn State preview w Alex Drain Jahan Dotson is a new level of problem for our cornerbacks, but it's good that their QB isn't running because he can't stay behind that OL either. Defense has struggled at DT since losing their star, but still stacked on the secondary. 2. Indiana After UFR starts at 18:57 Offense still doing things that I hate, started doing more stretch zone, which some of them are good at. Cade had an underrated performance. JJ usage explained by Cade. Haskins did his awesome stuff. Don't know why I needed to chart the defense except to know how badly the NFL is going to want Ojabo now. We did Don Brown things. 3. Basketball: Buffalo Thoughts/Prairie View Preview starts at 34:12 Buffalo did the Buffalo things. Caleb Houstan's defense needs work if he's going to survive as a perimeter player. Diabate is a freak and it's so fun to have that. Hunter Dickinson is now in the Aidan Hutchinson range of boringly good. Didn't see enough Jones to know. Favorite lineups? 4. Gimmicky Top Five Things We Should Be Happier About starts at 46:54 With Reid McCarthy of Ann Arbor Elder Law, because his segments always go off the rails. MUSIC: Tonight's featured musician Nomo, a funky jazz band that existed in Ann Arbor when I was existing there for a time after college, during which time I acquired their first album “LP” and have been going back to it ever since. Long past the time that I share it with you. “Discontinued” “Busy” “Better Than That” And because Sony bought Across 110th Street and slapped a claim on us, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat If you or a friend made some good tunes and don't have a label out scrubbing for them we'd be happy to feature you.
With a background in technology, Tim Vest's first step into real estate was land development. Now, he's involved as a GP, LP, KP, in several multifamily syndications. Today, Tim is talking about the importance of having an exit strategy, why he became an LP before becoming a GP, and why he spent a whole year laying the groundwork before his first syndication. Tim Vest Real Estate Background: Full time Technology Manager for a large bank and investor Involved as a KP, GP and LP in multifamily syndications, and in a number of JV opportunities in some single family and small multifamily deals Current portfolio includes 4 Single Family homes, 319 units as an GP and over 800 units total as a GP/LP Based in Huntersville, NC Say hi to him at: https://harvestpg.com Best Ever Book: Who Not How Click here to know more about our sponsors: Deal Maker Mentoring | PassiveInvesting.com | FollowUp Boss