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Halloweekly
Mulholland Drive

Halloweekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 57:38


In an age of disinformation, David Lynch's film Mulholland Drive (2001) is more relevant than ever. Is this Lynch's greatest film? Welcome to the sinister and winding path that is Mulholland Dr. Also! Happy Birthday David Lynch!

Optimal Health Daily
1609: Simple Rules For Desk-Bound Workers by Samuel Lynch of Fitnitiative on Increasing Daily Activity Tips

Optimal Health Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 8:09


Sam Lynch of Fitnitiative shares simple rules for desk-bound workers Episode 1609: Simple Rules For Desk-Bound Workers by Samuel Lynch of Fitnitiative on Increasing Daily Activity Tips Samuel Lynch MSc, BSc, PPSC, CES, PES, PN1 has been in and around the fitness industry for over 10 years, and specializes in functional, pain free training that can be applied to meet any goal. Whether you want to lose fat, gain muscle, move better or simply live a healthier lifestyle; he can help you achieve it in a way that's tailored to you and your body. He focuses on the individual, giving you all of the tools you need to achieve your goals and build a body that's both strong and sustainable. He offers Personal Training in Greenwich as well as Online Coaching and Corporate Health & Wellness consulting. The original post is located here: https://fitnitiative.co.uk/2021/05/28/simple-rules-for-desk-bound-workers/  Once you download the Headspace app and try their mindfulness routines, it takes just a few minutes a day to change your relationship with stress and anxiety to start feeling better. For one month of free access to their entire library, visit Headspace.com/OHD Pendulum Therapeutics is the first and only biotech company to isolate an important beneficial bacterial strain and put that strain into a convenient new probiotic-rich capsule that is formulated to help manage Type 2 diabetes and nurture your body's microbiome. Use code OHD at Pendulumlife.com to get 20% off all products Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stratfor Podcast
RANE Insights on Security with Brian Lynch: Navigating and Assessing Threats to Organizations

Stratfor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 33:49


In today's podcast, RANE's Executive Director of Safety and Security, Brian W. Lynch, speaks to Rod Koyne, Managing Director of Opcentrics, a U.S.-based firm specializing in security operations, protection services, risk assessment, event management, and training programs. They discuss how to protect businesses, assets, and people in an increasingly complex and dangerous world. Brian talks through with Rod his firm's guide to help organizations navigate through their risks, utilizing the Opcentrics' “Ten Commandments,” as a reference to achieving success.RANE is a risk intelligence company that provides access to critical insights, analysis, and support to ensure business continuity and resiliency for our members. As RANE's Executive Director for Safety and Security, Brian W. Lynch offers clients world-class expertise in areas that include security, crisis management, active shooter training and mitigation, and threat intelligence and management strategies. RANE also offers custom risk monitoring, including tools to efficiently screen and analyze emerging risks for your organization. Let RANE help you successfully identify and mitigate threats. Visit ranenetwork.com

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-shows
WKPWP - WWE Smackdown Post-Show - 5 Yrs Ago (1-17-2017): Keller & Mitchell talk Bliss-Lynch finish, Shane's announcement, Lawler's return

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-shows

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 108:25


In this five years ago Smackdown Post-show Flashback episode, PWTorch editor Wade Keller and PWTorch senior columnist Bruce Mitchell went live right after Smackdown with caller and email contributions including reaction to the Alexa Bliss-Becky Lynch finish with the return of Mickie James, Randy Orton-Luke Harper, Shane McMahon's announcement, Jerry Lawler's TV return, Dolph Ziggler, and more.

Aufhebunga Bunga
Excerpt: /236/ Green Nazi Paedos ft. Lily Lynch

Aufhebunga Bunga

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 8:04


On the German Greens' shady history.   Journalist Lily Lynch, editor of Balkanist, joins us to talk about her recent investigations into the Green Party, who are now back in power in Germany.   The 68ers attempted to combat authoritarianism and Nazi legacies through sexual liberation, building on the work of Wilhelm Reich. How did this lead some small groups associated with the Greens to advocate paedophilia – and even to accept former Nazis into their ranks?   Later the Greens would fully embrace war. We discuss how their emphasis on "maturity" and multilateral humanitarianism became the means through which they justified their new hawkish stance and adoption of NATO's cause.   The full episode is available to subscribers only. Sign up at patreon.com/bungacast   Readings: Meet the German Green Party: From "Pedophile Rights" to Post-Pacifism, Lily Lynch (free) The German Green Party's Oldest Member Was a Known Pedophile Nazi Stormtrooper, Lily Lynch West Berlin Had a "Radical" All-Female Pedophile Commune with Links to the German Green Party, Lily Lynch How a Pacifist Party Gave War a Chance, Lily Lynch What's Become of the German Greens? Joachim Jachnow, NLR (2013) No End to Neoliberalism in Germany, Bernhard Pirkl, Damage (Dec 2021)  

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
WKPWP - Flagship from 5 Yrs Ago (1-17-2017): Keller & Bryant discuss MLK tribute, Snuka video, Bliss-Lynch cage absurdity, return of Mickie

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 97:47


In this Flagship Flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast from five years ago (1-17-2017), PWTorch editor Wade Keller was joined by PWTorch columnist Travis Bryant to discuss the week in pro wrestling and where things are headed into the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania season. They talk about the Vince McMahon MLK tribute tradition, the video on Superfly Snuka, the absurd finish to Alexa Bliss vs. Becky Lynch, Mickie James's return, Shinsuke Nakamura's potential debut, and much more with a mix of callers and emails.

Wine for Normal People
Ep 409: Wine Aromas Explained

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 36:09


Photo: Pixabay Note: I recorded this right before I got sick so I sound a little 'throaty' but I hope you'll enjoy the show nonetheless! For the first show of 2022, we start out with a dorky one and answer the question: Where does aroma come from and are the things people describe in wine like roses, smoke, and pepper real or total BS?   We take the questions head on and give some answers that may surprise you! Enjoy and thanks for your continued support of the show and all we do!   Here are the show notes:  We start with the basic, defining aroma, as I do in the Wine for Normal People book: The smells unique to the grape variety, demonstrated in a varietal wine in its youth.   We discuss perception, wine tasting, and then I review some very cool findings from this article, “Aroma Compounds in Wine” By Fengmei Zhu, Bin Du and Jun Li, Published: October 19th 2016   "File:Head Olfactory Nerve Labeled.png" by Patrick J. Lynch, medical illustrator is licensed under CC BY 2.5 At a high level we talk about aromas from the grape, from yeast and enzymes, from amino acids, and those from malolactic fermentation. We talk about the effects of weather and soil briefly as well.   Then we go through the laundry list of compounds in wine, and what each brings to the aroma, bouquet, and flavor:   Terpenes: In grape skins also in fruits, flowers, leaves of some plants. Big component of aromatic whites – Muscat, Gewurztraminer, Muscat, Riesling. Includes: Linalool: When in contact with other things in the wine, makes lavender, orange blossom, lily, bay leaf notes Geraniol: Rose petal smell Nerol and citronellol:Floral, citrus notes, also in flowers and fruit Limonene and citral: Found in citrus peel Hotrienol: Elderflower, gooseberry 1,8-cineole and alpha-pinene:Eucalyptus, garrigue (airborne and can cling to the skin of grapes)   Rotundone: In skins, aroma of peppercorns, particularly white pepper Photo: Pixabay Aldehydes: Hexanal and hexenal: Fresh cut grass, tomato leaf Vanillin:Vanilla beans, vanilla Benzaldehyde:Bitter almond or marzipan in Italian white wines Furfural: Dried wood, caramel, oak     Pyrazines/ Methoxypyrazines:  Green bell pepper, herbaceous notes   Esters: Created by reactions between alcohols and acids Primary fruit aromas like apple, orange, citrus, banana, pear   Photo: Pixabay Ketones and diketones: Beta-ionone: Violets, dark flowers Diacetyl: Butter, creaminess in wine - byproduct of malolactic fermentation. When combined with new American oak with its vanilla- nut notes - like buttered popcorn     Thiols/Mercaptans: Volatile sulfur compounds in grapes, released by fermentation (when bad – like garlic or onion!) 3MH (3-mercaptohexan-1-ol):Passion fruit 3MHA (3-mercaptohexyl acetate):Guava and gooseberry 4MMP (4-mercapto-4-methylpentan-2-one): Blackcurrant (Cab)   Lactones Sotolon:Sauternes, Madeira  -- either Botrytis or age has an effect here - spice, nuts, maple syrup Octalactone:  Coconut notes   Phenols are derived from oak aging:  Guaiacol: Smoke, roasted, toasty notes Eugenol: Clove   Other common wine aroma compounds TDN (1,1,6-trimethyl-1,2-dihydronaphthalene): Petrol or kerosene in Riesling Noriosoprenoids: Spice, raspberry, rose, vanilla Photo: Pixabay   What's the point of this show? Forget all the technical terms and just know: what you are tasting and smelling is based on something REAL -- not some nonsense made up by wine snobs. There is a legitimate reason for why wine smells the way it does!    _____________________________________________ If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople     To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes   ___________________________________________________________ Sources: Scientific Papers Series Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and Rural Development Vol. 18, Issue 4, 2018 PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, E-ISSN 2285-3952 423 AROMATIC COMPOUNDS IN WINES Luminita VISAN1 , Radiana-Maria TAMBA-BEREHOIU1 , Ciprian Nicolae Wine Enthusiast, The Science Behind the Main Wine Aromas, Explained, ANNE KREBIEHL MW -- The source for this article seems to be the article above, which I also used, but it's a handy, quick summary of the more academic one above!

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast
Investing in Real Estate; A Global Perspective with Colin Lynch | EP87

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 52:30


Colin Lynch os the Head of Global Real Estate Investments at TD Asset Management. Colin is responsible for Global and Canadian Real Estate Strategy, overseeing fund design and structuring, implementation and oversight of acquired assets for the Global Real Estate Strategy. In this role Colin manages Investments in over 1000 properties located in over 20 counties worldwide. In this episode we talked about:  • Colin's Bio & Background  • Financial Crisis  • The Canadian Market from a Global Perspective  • Post-COVID Real Estate Market Overview  • Pricing & Affordability  • Effects of Inflation  • Commercial Real Estate Culture  • Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned Useful links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colinkrlynch/?originalSubdomain=ca Transcription: Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to working capital the real estate podcast. My special guest today is Colin Lynch. Colin is the head of global real estate investments at TD asset management.   Colin is responsible for global and Canadian real estate strategy, overseeing fund design and structuring implementation and oversight of acquired assets for the global real estate strategy. In this role, calling manages investments in over 1000 properties located in over 20 countries. Worldwide. We just updated that now. Colin, how's it going   Colin (53s): Kid. Good. Thank you for having me here.   Jesse (56s): Thanks for, thanks for being on the show. I'm really excited to talk with you today. I think there's a number of things that we'd like to cover, but before we do, as with every guest that we have on the show would love to get a little bit of more information on your background, how you got into real estate. We talked a little how it was a bit of an unconventional approach or entrance into real estate. So take us back, take us back and give us a little bit of a, of your background.   Colin (1m 23s): Absolutely certainly unconventional approach to real estate. So first things first, I actually grew up as very much into music as a musician. And so I was one of those children that was in every sort of music class. By the time it got to high school was performing in a ton of ensembles through the, by the a hundred concerts a year, got to the end of high school, said time to explore something else.   Cause I figured I, I had learned all that I could possibly learn in music, which was incorrect, but I figured I'd at least explored app. And so I went into a business and history. So I did three things in undergrad. I did the world concerned for a music. I did a bachelor of commerce at Queens, and I did a bachelor of arts in history at Queens. And, and then, you know, graduated and it was the heyday of the leveraged buyout, boom. And my mom who said, I was way too all over the place said, you got to get a skill.   You've got to focus and you should go work for those banks because they never run into any issues, their board to stability. And so that's what I did I do to fleet, went out to investment banking and went to Morgan Stanley and got to experience the global financial crisis front and center. Ben went to, went to, to business school. And throughout that entire period, this is where you expect me to say, I had that passion for real estate, which I do, but I also had a passion for commercial aviation.   So joined McKinsey and company in Chicago, but reality was all over the world, did that stuff. And after traveling all over the world, I said, look, that's fantastic, but I'd like to come back to a city I love and a nation I love and that's in Toronto. So I did that and this is where the real estate part comes in. I had been very interested in, in a lot of political activities. And so in 2014, in January, 2014, somebody that couldn't get elected asked me to help him.   And that was the John Torrey mayoral campaign here in, in Toronto. And so 10 months later he was mayor. He asked me to work for him. I said, no. And through that conversation set of conversations that got introduced to this firm called Greystone, a firm that I had never heard of before. And, and after about a year of conversation, Greystone asked me to join. So initially I joined in strategy working for effectively the C-suite and, and then that turned into moving into the real estate world.   So that's a long way of saying I had a very unconventional introduction to the world of real estate, but it was, it was a fun story to, to live through.   Jesse (4m 26s): That's great. So in terms of the, the financial crisis component of that was that you were still a at Morgan Stanley at that, at that time. And if so, what were you doing? What were you doing for them there?   Colin (4m 38s): Yeah, I was doing a number, number of different things. I, so I started started that Morgan Stanley focused on consumer retail and financial services. So financial sponsor stories. So serving pension plans who private equity firms in the light and then also timber companies. And then, and then as, as the financial crisis unfolded that broadened.   And I basically worked across firstly every street, but spent a bit of time in real estate as well. And then from a type of activity, as I mentioned prior to the global financial crisis investment banking was doing a lot of leveraged buyouts and throughout the financial crisis also worked on things like that or in possession financing for companies going through insolvency or worked on a few, reached a sort of a few IPO's did some M and a, but at the conclusion of my term at Morgan Stanley, the governor of the bank of Canada, Mark Carney at the time requested some help on the financial stability plan for Canada that was quantitative easing effectively in Trent and requests was help design a program for the bank to implement a quantitative easing.   And so that's what I did in the last sort of four months or so of my time at Morgan Stanley. So highly unusual investment banking experience for sure. A lot of industries and a lot of different types of activities that I participated in very much a function of the global financial crisis.   Jesse (6m 21s): Yeah, for sure. I mean, it's still topical, I guess even the current environment we're in now. So I think the, the idea of just the macro economic perspective you got, I don't think it's something that's too dissimilar to some of what we're doing right now from a stimulus and, and a quantitative easing perspective.   Colin (6m 40s): Very fair point. And you know, it's interesting because prior to this environment that we're in used to tell folks about that quantitative easing program, which the bank didn't actually have to implement. And the bank was here in Canada was one of the few central banks worldwide. They didn't have to implement quantitative easing well, fast forward to 2020, and we were pretty, pretty heavy on the quantitative Beason train. So, so, you know, it's things, things change and evolve over time.   Yeah.   Jesse (7m 11s): Yeah. Fair enough. So take us to, to the Greystone, to the actual foray into real estate, you know, what, what area did you, did you initially go into, and maybe for those that don't know a little bit about what they do?   Colin (7m 25s): Yeah, absolutely. So Greystone began as the investment management corporation of Saskatchewan. So 35 years ago, thereabouts, it was a department of, of the government and it was spun out from the government and became sort of like the investment authority for the province of Saskatchewan then became owned by pension plans. And at that point looked very much like, you know, the Aimco as an example, what the government of Saskatchewan said at that point, when they spun it out was after five years, the pensions could do whatever they wanted in terms of their investment management services.   And over time management bought out most of the interests of those pensions and, and that, that time Greystone had a very small real estate portfolio. It was a full suite, so public equities and fixed income, but also had real estate. And that real estate grew from about 200 million to on, on, by the time TD came around and bought Greystone in 2018, that real estate portfolio equity was about 16, 17 billion mortgages was around, I believe at the time about 4 billion.   And so it was quite the successful run and Greystone had become a name for excellence in real estate, both equity and debt, even though Greystone began and, and still had quite a strong public equities and fixed income side to it. And so like that, I joined Ray stone working with the senior team in, and once I did a number of things around reorganizations U S expansion, et cetera, I said, look, it's time to fire me because I'm pretty much done.   And then that, you know, originated into originate the conversation, which was, you know, do you want to be a coach, I E a manager, or do you want to be a player on the team? And I looked at that and I said, you know, what, why being a player on the team looks really interesting. And so that's the path I went down. And as we've looked at the different areas in Greystone and where my passion was, my dad grew up in construction. And so I grew up with, you know, floor plans, building plans, sorry, I'm on my, on my basement floor.   You know, I had a fascination for real estate. And so I thought that would be a cool place to be. And so my foray in was working on our asset management division. And so we created a real estate asset management division in house to do a bit of that work a bit on the office portfolio, in the industrial portfolio. And then, so I worked on that, that I was also asked to help co-create the international strategy, which was taking Greystone success that we had experienced over 30 years within Canada and, and expanding that outside of Canada.   And so I worked on those two initiatives and, and then the international strategy went from strategy to being a fund. And I went from creating the strategy to running the fund and then, and then that grew, and it was quite, it's been quite a successful ride. And then I was earlier this year, asked to take over the domestic portfolio, which is that portfolio that had been around for the, for the last 30 years.   Jesse (10m 55s): Yeah. So in terms of, in terms of going into the fund model, what was it prior to that? Was it, was it raising capital for asset specific and w like, what was that transformation like?   Colin (11m 5s): Yeah, so it was actually, so on the international side, it was literally building something from scratch. So Greystone prior to launching the international head, just domestic real estate. And it was a largely one strategy on the equity side and one strategy on the debt side, diversified across property types and by risk strategies and by geography and on international there's, there were a lot of investors con we call clients that were asking us, you know, why don't you have a strategy to invest outside of Canada?   And for about a decade, the Greystone response was we hear you, but we're focused on delivering great results in Canada. And so when I came around and said, look, I really am interested in, in, in being a player on the team versus the coach, they said, great help us solve this. And so we, we literally had a whiteboard. That's how we began. And we, and we designed ground up a single, comprehensive global strategy, investing everywhere from Australia to Europe, to the U S across all the property types and all of our strategies in all formats.   So it could be a fund investment or can be a JV, or it could be a club. And, and so we designed something with a tremendous amount of flexibility, which took a long time, but it was quite fun to be able to just literally create something from scratch and then, and then to actually build it, which, you know, you have all of the legal ramifications, regulatory ramifications fro in selling Greystone to TV in the middle of bad. And now you're pro you're owned by a traded bank and they've got their own regulations and then sort of, you know, build a track record and, and take that to the market and, and raise capital and, and deploy it.   So that's been, that's been the journey on the international side and it's definitely been interesting.   Jesse (13m 11s): Yeah, that is interesting. So we had a Michael Emery on the show a few months ago from allied REIT, and we know every time I have some Canadian Canadian guests that has started or work for a large Canadian real estate company, I always ask them the comparison to the U S or globally, where you have individuals playing in our backyard for a certain amount of time. And then I can imagine just like you're alluding to here, the regulatory environment, the probably the accredited investor differences and those kinds of complexities. Well, I'm sure there was a bunch of things that were challenging, but was there one thing or one or two things that was really one of the, one of the hardest parts about that transformation or about that ability to go from not just in playing in a Canadian market, but into a global space?   Colin (13m 58s): Oh, that's a good question. Certainly the regulatory dynamic is, is, is challenging. The European union, as an example, is a highly regulated regulatory construct. And, and there's a lot of rules around if you're marketing a fund, there's something called a passport and you sort of have to have this passport that applies to certain European countries.   We have a vehicle in Ireland called the ICAP, which Cyrus collective acid vehicle runs pretty akin to accompany. So with a legitimate board and, and, and all of the infrastructure service providers, companies that service that ICAP sending that up was quite, quite, quite the work, particularly as we're getting to the ninth ending of this, of this story, right, as COVID started. And so we sort of certainly felt the heat of regulatory concern just in general, as, as we were creating this as, as COVID habit.   So that's probably a little bit of a boring answer cause folks, folks, really, not too many people get up in the morning wanting to talk regulatory details, but, you know, we had eight, eight external law firms helping us around the world on, on that, on that point. And so, you know, the, the complexity of that I think was unexpected. I would say I'd stepped back from that and say, there's a cultural difference, you know, in, in the U S for sure.   You know, I think a bit more aggressive in Canada, we've got a smaller number of participants in the market that are fair. You know, quite a number are fairly well capitalized and have very long-term perspectives in terms of ownership, property. That's not uniform around the world. And certainly the U S is a deep and liquid place. And, and, and the regional variances are quite significant, but I think that broad sort of hates a little bit more aggressive is actually probably true.   I'd say the real estate challenge for us is there's just a host of participants worldwide. And so, you know, we're active in Australia, we're active in the UK, we're active in Germany, we're active in Japan and, and finding sort of like-minded investors across all of those regions. It's just a lot to learn a lot to introduce yourself a lot of introductions to make, and a lot of subsequent sort of conversations. And then you layer that on, into, into do that in the pandemic.   And, you know, fortunately we S we did maybe three years of those introductions and, and subsequent meetings, pre pandemic, but still we've, you know, we've had quite a number of those conversations. So layer on doing, doing that in a pandemic. And it becomes a quite interesting,   Jesse (17m 2s): Yeah, a little more challenging than, than any other time or most times in terms of, if we go there on that, you know, lockdowns the government stimulus, what we we've talked about before eviction moratoriums a lot has happened in the, in the last crazy to say almost two years, how has that perspective for you? And I understand it's a big question, but how has that, how has your perspective as a, as somebody that deals with real estate on a, on a domestic and global level, you know, how has your opinion of the market and asset classes changed over the last year or two?   Colin (17m 38s): Yeah, that is a big question. So generally put, I've been reminded of the ever present role of government in our lives and in particular in real estate. And I, and I don't think that can be overstated, right? So whether, you know, the, the eviction moratoriums, or simply put closing down a lot, a lot of the retail, et cetera, and that was a global story.   And, and going through the different government programs requirements, et cetera, particularly during the first two waves of COVID was, was an exercise. And, and there's things that we know about. So the shopping malls closed, et cetera. There were other things that got a bit less play, but were also meaningful. I E different requirements for international investors use Australia as an example, there were new requirements for international investors looking to bring capital into the market due to COVID.   So, you know, that, that was interesting now to real estate foundationally. I don't think COVID has changed my perspective on the different property types. So as an example, while located office and CPDs high quality had the view that if, you know, pre COVID, if, if you're making office investments, that's probably where you want to invest during COVID, don't have, I haven't changed my perspective on it, you know, has my overall sort of thoughts on office as a property type being tempered clearly.   But I, you know, I think you talk to folks and say, and what you hear is, you know, COVID, hasn't really changed their direction of travel. I think that's, that's largely the same for me. I do think on the retail side at some point. So I used the UK as an example, where we saw a lot of devaluation of retail. At some point, you hit the level where you say, you know, the land value is, is, is higher than what folks are sort of trading in the market for.   Right. And I think in the UK, you actually have some of those situations, but I think in, in Canada, there were probably some deals to be had in the retail space, depending on the type of retail you're looking at. And that probably, that would be a different point of view than one I would have had two years ago. It's just, we've seen, you know, a lot interns evaluations over the last two years, multifamily and industrial. I mean, you know, I think we've all been very interested on the industrial story, the E the E grocery dynamic, something I'm focused on a bit, most folks don't see that being a significant concern in, in, you know, for those that own grocery boxes.   But I do think that that E grocery, even though most would say, it's fairly unprofitable for the operators. I do think it's worth watching. And, and then on the multifamily side, you know, the, the story say, Hey, everybody's moved out, Tim, we're all gonna live in, in, you know, in two hours outside of the metros or we're going to move someplace far. I think we're seeing that kind of played out to a small degree, but largely hasn't fully, and folks have moved back.   And especially in, in the U S where folks have moved back into urban Metro San Francisco's a bit sluggish on that. But beyond that CEO look at Seattle, look at Boston, you've seen, you've seen those apartment rants quite dramatically increased this year. So, you know, some, all of that up and say, not dramatic changes in my view on real estate overall, but certainly certainly reinforcement in some areas and, and deeper thinking and others.   Yeah.   Jesse (21m 57s): I think I'm probably agree with everything you just said, from my perspective of what you're saying, it sounds like very similar to our outlook. Obviously we're biased in brokerage, but on the office end, I think that there was, if you were really in tune with what was going on in office, you saw a lot of these changes really predated COVID in the lockdown, the different ways of working, the ability to have people come in on potential alternating days. So I th I share your position on downtown well located transit oriented office.   I think the story hasn't changed much for them. What's, what's been amazing is that record prices that we've seen in, in industrial and multi res industry industrial, you know, has been the darling of the industry, multi Rez. I think at the beginning of the pandemic, there was this concern that eviction moratoriums would have caused this, you know, mass vacancy, which I think just generally we didn't see, we saw people paying their rent, which I guess in theory, or in practice was kind of subsidy subsidized by the government's.   Colin (23m 3s): Yeah, no, that's right. That's right. It was. And that goes back to the first point on the large role of government in, in our society. And, and to be fair, so much of our society was underwritten by the government, especially in that first lockdown, but our multifamily it's interesting because one could juxtapose a national headline from CNN, for instance, saying nobody's paying rent and rent collection is only at 70%. And multi-family, and then what I was hearing from, from institutional owners was, oh, no, our rent collections are 95%.   And I, the worst I heard was like maybe 89%. And so, you know, that, you know, those two stats juxtapose show the importance of institutional ownership of the multifamily space and, and how that really paid off in, in, in, in, throughout the crisis, not withstanding the point that yes, government definitely helped pay the bills for a number of folks, but that really, really mattered. And also the types of multifamily that you were in, this is more of a us common than Canada, because, you know, you have a much broader spectrum in the us, but certainly some of that luxury multi-family was, was hit pretty hard in the U S but interestingly, it is bouncing back.   Now I was in Boston six weeks ago, or so touring a bit of this product and it's, you know, it was quite interesting. The bounce back has been pretty robust. So anyway, for me, the point is institutional ownership and management of, of multifamily really made a difference in, in the crisis. Yeah.   Jesse (24m 49s): And I think on that point with trip, you know, AAA or high-end multi res, I know that there was intra construction, you know, pivots from, okay, maybe let's go be like, you know, maybe we don't need the Taj Mahal, whereas prior to COVID, they might've gone for that super high end. But yeah, I think a big component of it has been, despite some of the government policies, people have continued to pay the rent. And it seems to be at least from the data that we have, that the not only the prices keep going up, but net operating income keeps going up.   So the question really from my point of view is, you know, w where do we hit the wall first and pricing or affordability, you know, what, what tempers multi rise.   Colin (25m 30s): Yeah, that's a really good question. And take it take cities like Vancouver and Toronto, which have robust shadow rental markets where that condo inventory is, is really, you know, subbing in for that luxury rental. And I candidly think that it's those owners that will have to deal with that question first versus a multifamily owners. And if I were to sort of locate myself along that spectrum, I have to think affordability's going to start being an issue one way or another.   So whether it's, you know, people are paying, you know, the income proportions after, after tax income is, is, is off the charts. I'd say as, as a proportion of rent on average, you know, in, in, in, in Toronto and Vancouver, again, to a lot of that sort of condo shadow inventory, but it's worse for folks that are owner occupiers, just based off of the, you know, the significant appreciation that has happened.   So, you know, I think it's a legitimate concern. I just don't think institutional multifamily Canada is going to be the first in line to address it. I think there's going to be some other folks who dressing at first and we'll see how it gets addressed. And then the big thing that everybody talks about in, in the public equities world is interest rates. And when will they go up and, you know, folks are concerned about inflation. And I think we genuinely are, cause it sucks that things are a lot more expensive quickly, but I think a lot more people are much more interested on how will central banks, if they decide that this inflation run is a bit more permanent than they thought, Hmm, how will they adjust interest rates to, you know, deal with that.   And, and, and there, you know, if I look at that's the challenge and the folks lined up to, to face that challenge, those multi-family owners, aren't first in line, they're probably third in line. The first SIM are probably, you know, I would say highly leveraged homeowners that have, you know, purchased a product in the last year or so.   Jesse (27m 47s): Yeah. Fair enough. In terms of moving on to a little bit more on the interest rate, inflation inflation environment, you know, we keep hearing whether this is transitory, whether inflation that we have right now, for those that don't know, I think the fed very quietly, you know, mentioned that they would no longer be targeting the 2%, you know, their, their typical target of a 2% inflation. And it kind of went under the radar, I think even from, from kind of financial news, but w what are your thoughts?   And I guess in your role at TD, obviously you have to take a pretty broad global approach. How, how, how did that decision and what you've been seeing as inflation kind of creeping up, how is that influencing or changing, if it does your opinion on, on, you know, where you think you want to lock in rates where you think that you can, you can be in, in variable environments.   Colin (28m 44s): Yeah. Good question. So numb number places, one on, on the fixed versus fair, but we, we have generally put, had a predisposition to have as much fixed as possible on the view that, you know, this environment is benign in terms of the cost of debt. And so if we could sort of lock in some of that, that's, that's quite attractive now in certain places, it's pretty hard to do that. So construction financing being one, but we're possible that's being broadly the approach and, and this, and now that's a worldwide thing.   So, you know, I think that approach was most pronounced pre pandemic in places like Japan and also in Germany and other European countries. But I think now that's a Candace point, a us point, et cetera, on the other side, which is on the property type side, that's interesting, right? Because multifamily have one year, at least a student housing and maybe eight months, maybe 12 month policing. And when you look at an inflation world of rising interest rate world, that becomes quite interesting, even pre pandemic we're down in Australia, looking at industrial, we took a lot of comfort from the structure of leases in, in, for industrial product in Australia, which have a rental escalations each year.   And it's quite quite attractive at two to 3% per year. And so some now, sorry, that's quite attractive right now, right? Hopefully, hopefully it's attractive in five years, but I think that's also important. What's the structure of the leasing in, in the property types that you're investing in. And, and it's interesting, even in the office environment today, we're seeing leasing transform a little bit. We're seeing shorter term leases, not due to inflation, just due to uncertainty in office, but the, you know, the, I guess the net benefit of what might be viewed as more challenging leasing dynamic is you might have a little bit more flexibility in the shorter term if we, if we do have, you know, rising rates due to rising inflation.   So it is a complicated point, but we, we really began thinking about it in earnest in 2020. You know, we, we thought about it in 2019 and 2018, but in 2020, as we saw some of those significant changes and by the way, on the fed. Yeah. So that was a watershed moment. At least to me, when they moved off that sort of target, they also sort of announced, I think in the September meeting to be, you know, that they would begin tapering. Now we've been tapering in Canada for awhile, but I also think that's an important announcement that probably didn't get as much press as it should.   And then the program to taper fully, I think goes until June of next year. And after that, you would, you know, at least conceivably expect that rates would begin to rise. And I think to most people that would be sooner than what most people anticipate for the U S fed to, to do so. Yes, the feds made a few announcements that I think of come beneath that radar screen.   Jesse (31m 59s): I think it's one of those things that when it comes down to the ground level for us at the property level, whether it's, you know, office leasing or retail, I think there is potential for return of, you know, we've had leases where in the nineties and eighties, you'd see these legacy leases where they didn't have step-ups discreetly, but they had, you know, each, each year your rent would rise or your base rent would rise as a function of the CPI index. So it'd be interesting to see if we go back to more of kind of targeted step-ups that really want to go up with inflation, you know, if that's going to be a big enough thing where you, you see that translate, but yeah, it's, it's definitely something that's on the interest rate side, curious for all everybody, you know, we have people on that are, I find extremely smart that will have complete opposite opinions on inflation and interest rates.   So it's one of those things where you watch carefully, but in terms of having a crystal ball for where, where rates are going to go, I mean, I think I've confidently said rates will have to go up for the last 10 years.   Colin (33m 5s): Yeah, that's right. That's right. And, and, and eating a bit of humble pie is essential when, when, when prognosticating about these saints, because it's, you know, it's, it's almost like predicting currencies. There's just so much that goes in to, to, to, you know, what the fed does or what the bank of Canada does. And, you know, you can raise rate rates quickly or slowly. You might raise some that dance through there is, there's quite a lot in there.   And then you've got geopolitics, you've got a health pandemic and, and, you know, so sitting in 2019, nobody would have anticipated, right. Where rates would be today, just nobody would have gone in that. Right. So to your point, yes, I, I definitely eat some humble pie as well.   Jesse (33m 54s): Yeah, no, fair enough. You, you control what you can control. And, you know, we were in one of those few industries where you can directly almost directly pass on inflation to your customer, but it's a interesting point, especially in the Canadian environment, when you talk about student rentals where you essentially can mark to market your rental rates almost almost annually, usually two years, three years. But, you know, for those that don't know the Canadian environment, even in multi res, even though they're one year leases, you're not really marketing to market within, you know, every year, you know, the turnover can be, depending on the asset can be quite a bit different than, than student res.   Yeah,   Colin (34m 32s): Absolutely. And that, and, and, and that will be interesting going forward, right? Because you had folks in the last year or so, depending on the market and depending on the product, and this is more of a condo shadow inventory point that moves to take advantage of some of the lower rents in the multi-res side, that due to, you know, rent control, both, you know, use Toronto or Ontario as an example, you would think that the turnover rates going to decline materially, at least in the short term, as a result and in, in the student world, you know, it's, it's doubly interesting.   So number one, you've got your normal turnover folks graduate, but you also have this year and next year cold called the bulge in the class. You've got people that might've delayed, that are now taking the class people that were at home that are now going back to campus. You've got campuses that were virtual, like Ryerson here in Toronto that are going back to in-person in January. So that re all of that combined, and then you've got international students that are coming back.   It makes it a really interesting place to be in the student world. Yeah.   Jesse (35m 50s): Yeah, for sure. Colin, I want to be respectful of the time here, but I do want to talk about the, the black opportunity fund for those that don't know what it is. I just want to, you know, before we, we ask our final questions here, I mean, just in kind of asking the question, are you able to talk a little bit about the fund moving on to kind of culture in our commercial real estate world? You know, we can talk about specifically here in our area, but I think culture is very similar, our commercial real estate culture.   So I'd like to just kind of get your view on where we're at right now, from your point of view, you know, we're what improvements from a cultural standpoint you think that we can make and, and yeah. And on that talking a little bit about the fund and what it is.   Colin (36m 37s): Yeah, absolutely. So first the culture culture in real estate, in the commercial real estate world, it is a highly congenial culture and relies a lot on personal and interpersonal interaction and the log on the power of networks. And that's just a global global point and familiarity with each other on the basis, usually of doing deals and transactions and working through situations, none of that's overly bad.   What I have found, whether it's going to expo in new Nick or whether it's going to, you know, an animal con conference in Beijing is it's extraordinarily a male and be uniform. And when I stepped back from that, I think, you know, the folks that occupy our properties are not all male and not all uniform. And we live in one of the most incredibly rapidly changing and advancing times ever, right?   We're in the fourth industrial revolution and everything literally is changing. And so how can an owner operator of real estate realistically tell their investors that they're the best in the world at what they do, but their staff is only, you know, only calls from a quarter of the population in the country or city in which they're in. I just don't think it's possible. There are smart people out there, brilliant people out there that would make fantastic real estate investors that aren't actually able to get into real estate for X, Y, Z at ABC reasons.   So I think that's a problem for the real estate industry as much or more than it is a problem for society. But if we can solve that problem, we create better outcomes. And this isn't just that, you know, this isn't a CSR thing. I E the thing at the back of the annual report and where everybody's smiling, no, this is actually a, Hey, you can do, you can create better returns by having smarter people running the strategies, running the real estate.   So what's the black opportunity fund, a billion and a half world's largest pool of capital to fund a black led black focus, black serving charities nonprofits on one hand businesses entrepreneurs on the other hand. And why, because when we went through the last two years accelerated by what happened, George Floyd, we saw a ton of organizations doing fantastic work, just subscale.   They just need a capital. And it, why? Because we thought, Hey, why don't we start an, you know, a scholarship? Well, there's a ton of organizations getting scholarships. Why don't we start an after-school program? There's tons of organizations. There are literally hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of nonprofits, by the way, didn't say charities because they don't have even the scale to get through the process to become a registered charity. So they're non-profits, but they're, you know, moms and pops doing their best with the limited resources that we, that they have.   So black opportunity for motivate contributions from corporations, governments, individuals, families, anybody, we think it's a whole, a candidate problem to scale up these charities, nonprofits on the businesses and entrepreneurs side. There are thousands of entrepreneurs and businesses, all of them virtually all of them, very small. And the number one issue statistically as surveyed is access to capital.   And there is both and a perception issue and also true difficulty accessing meaning financial institutions are less likely, and this was studied by the, the federal reserve are less likely to give to an individual of color. There, there are like more likely to be determined, to be high risk.   And as a result, individuals of color are less likely then to go to those financial institutions. So you have sort of this negative wheel created. And so we're just trying to break that and create an assessable pool of capital to provide. So that's the goal of the black opportunity fund. We have been raised capital TD just announced a couple of weeks ago, $10 million plus office space. Plus the conduct individuals, national bank announced 6 million, just over $6 million to, to the black opportunity fund.   There's been a number of other contributions, but we're early meaning we've got a ways to go. We spent a lot of time creating the infrastructure at the correct governance, the board, et cetera, et cetera. And it's been a huge effort, more than 300 folks involved. We talked to thousands of businesses and charities and all, all across the country. And that's important to geography. Folks think about Toronto and Montreal. They overlook St.   Johns and Halifax and equalizer. We want to focus completely across the country, French and English, female, and male, and, and, and also LGBTQ plus, et cetera, that is important to us. And so that's the black opportunity fund.   Jesse (42m 29s): Yeah, I think, I think for, you know, from the point of view of the industry, I think me personally, I think that's why it's important to have these carefully, these organizations do these care for careful, you know, dis w whatever you want to call them, disparate impact studies, but we're looking at what policy actually does at the end of the day. You know, we have XYZ goal for policy, but what is really happening in reality? One thing that really clicked for me was I was in business school years ago in Toronto, and we had a venture capital capitalist that was talking to our class.   And he said that he had his daughter, she was going into computer science and programming and university of Waterloo for, you know, the Americans listening pretty much our Silicon valley in Canada. And he said, he went, brought her into programming and it was an orientation. And as most people could imagine, 99.9, 9% male. And initially I remember thinking, well, you know, if, if you go into something and you have people that are interested in that and they want to do it, and it happens to be disproportionate to society, you know, that's people making, making decisions, but then you said something, I think it would always stuck with me.   And when we have these conversations, I always think about this is, he said, these are, this is the generation that's going to design the virtual reality in geography. We plan the way that we navigate the world is a lot of it is going to be on the computer. A lot of it is going to be software. Do you really want this one cohort of people, no matter how great they are with all the blind, you know, the blind side, you know, the blind spots that they have. Do you want that to be what creates the future and designs it, or do you want to have a multitude of different views where the collective blind spots, you know, create something that is very clear?   Colin (44m 22s): Yeah, no, that's exactly. That's exactly it. And the tech world to that point has had its owns for the realization. Cause you know, commercial real estate, isn't alone. I mean, I'd say broadly the investment world, same thing broadly, broadly the tech world. But if you stay, you know, I stepped back and I've, and I've posed this question and truly a few times, it's like, why, why is it that virtually all of the administrative assistants are female. And it's like, do you, do you grow up?   Are you born? And you grow up and there's an innate desire as a female to become an admin assistant that doesn't exist for males. And clearly the answer is no, at least at least my interpretation and understanding of medicine yields me to conclude. That's probably not the case. It's probably a societal expectation. But if you take it to your example or the instance of commercial real estate owners, you know, how, how is it that you will grow?   How can you grasp future trends? How will you understand how people want to live, work and play, how they want to shop the types of retailers? They w retailers that they want to go to the experience that they want to have in lifestyle oriented centers. How can you actually understand that? If it's five dudes planning out the layout of the mall, right? It just, I don't get it. So to me, it's kind of like, well, you want to, you want to draw people in so that you have these different points of view.   So   Jesse (46m 0s): You're just going to go to that mall and not have any place for, for your, any daycare to put your child.   Colin (46m 7s): Yeah. Pretty much   Jesse (46m 9s): Awesome. And okay. I've, you know, we've been very, very generous with your time here calling. We have four questions. We ask everybody on, on the show. So if you're cool, I'll S I'll send them your way.   Colin (46m 20s): Sounds good.   Jesse (46m 22s): Okay. What's one thing, you know, now in your career, you wish you knew when you started,   Colin (46m 27s): I say, boldly use using the Wayne Gretzky analogy, which is old flea. Think about where that puck is going and skate, where that puck is going versus looking at the shiny object today and going to that shiny object today.   Jesse (46m 46s): Yeah, that's great. I haven't heard that in a while B be where that thing or that puck is going to be not where it, not, where it is in terms of, we always ask guests in terms of what you would tell younger people, getting into our industry, and just generally your view of mentorship,   Colin (47m 3s): Jay mentorships, critical more than my mistakes has been not caring mentors throughout my career. As I progress, meaning I have lots of mentors as I began my career. And then you sort of, you know, go through the different levels and you know, you get busy, it falls off you, you know, whatever, it's a terrible thing. I think mentors are absolutely critical. Gives you a perspective on, on things that you're seeing today that, that person's seen in a different way, 3, 4, 5 different times, and can tell you what they did or what didn't do more important than that is a mentor calls out your bullshit.   And that's really important sometimes. And so that's valuable somebody coming into the industry today, what would I say? It is a relationship industry at the end of the day. I mean, you got to do the work you got to do well, you got to have passion for it. So if you don't have passion for real estate, don't go into real estate. So assuming you're passionate for real estate, it's a networking industry, it's a relationship industry. And so take that time to go out and take somebody to drinks.   Or if you don't drink, take them to lunch, whatever it is, because that, that is what gets your career going in the industry.   Jesse (48m 29s): Yeah, absolutely. What is one or two books or podcasts that you are constantly recommending?   Colin (48m 35s): Yeah, that's a good question. I do like Malcolm Gladwell's books a lot. I wish I could say I've got a long book list. I wish I could say I've read all the books on that book list. There's a book that comes to mind. It was it's the power of one. I read it in literally high school, but it, it, it, it just speaks to me as a story about courage and resilience that, you know, I think is beneficial today.   And if I go back to your earlier question about advice, people used to say in, I banking world, it's a marathon, not a sprint. It absolutely is. And so to run that marathon, you need resilience and you need that, you know, that, that capacity to endure, to learn, to fall down, to, you know, make mistakes and to get up even better. Yeah. That, that book, the pair, the power of one was quite, quite instrumental to me, even though I read it so many years ago. Awesome.   Jesse (49m 39s): We'll put a link up to that. And the last question, my favorite layup first car make and model.   Colin (49m 48s): So funny enough, I've never, I've never owned a car because I've always lived in, in urban centers and have, you know, subscribed to the notion of taking the subway, walking everywhere and now taking Uber's. But the first car is likely to be some form of electric vehicle. Can't say it's going to be a Tesla, but it might be a, so let's go with Tesla and some electric vehicles.   Jesse (50m 16s): I like it. That's the first guest to prospect there, their first car. And the second one that, that they've always, they've always been public transit oriented. So I think that trend is going to continue going in that direction.   Colin (50m 30s): Yeah. I was early on that train cause you know, you know, it was very unusual, but you know, just like the, not having a landline telephone, a terrain that was early on that too, but eventually I'm going to have to give them, I know I can, I can see it coming in. It's probably going to be that Evy, hopefully when those batteries are better, there you go   Jesse (50m 50s): Calling for those, for those interested in getting in contact with you or anybody that wants to see, you know, what you guys are up to, what would be the best place to reach out?   Colin (51m 1s): Yeah. So LinkedIn is, is, is good. People do reach out through that in terms of finding, you know, what we're up to black opportunity fund for bear has a good website, lots of info there. We keep it up to date as it relates to T them and global real estate and our Canadian real estate, there is a T damn website, like most websites in the, in the investment world. We don't tend to overload it with information.   So, but T them does have a LinkedIn page. And so that is also quite active. So following either TDM on LinkedIn or on Twitter, there's there's information there. And if you don't want to do either and just want to message me on LinkedIn, you can, and eventually I'll get back to you.   Jesse (51m 54s): My guest today has been calling Lynch con thanks for being part of working capital   Colin (51m 59s): Pleasure. Pleasure. It was great conversation.   Jesse (52m 8s): Thank you so much for listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse for galley. If you liked the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five-star review and share on social media, it really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram, Jesse for galley, F R a G a L E, have a good one take care.

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Careers in Commodities and Real Estate Ventures Fueled by ADHD w/ Bill Hamlin

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 20:31


Today we learn how his daughter's ADHD diagnosis led to a better understanding of his own superpower, and how his ADHD has been serving him for many, many years. His bio is below. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Bill Hamlin discuss:   2:14 - Intro and welcome Bill Hamlin! 4:45- So, how were you able to hyper-focus with all that financial responsibility? 6:56- Stock trading and related chaos.. those are places where the faster brain really thrives? 7:23- Was there something about the pits that gave you a sense of Zen, or sort of a quiet hum? 8:50- So then how did you train yourself to come up for air and get out of hyperfocus? 9:56- Tell me about how ADHD affects your personal life and the different tools you use to keep that part of you solid too? 12:11- Ref: Delivered from Distraction Peter's interview with Dr. Ned Hallowell 13:47- ADHD and addiction are very close to each other. Did you have a similar situation? 16:32- What do you wish you'd known back then that you know now about your ADHD and about sort of the way you've lived? 18:50- How can people find more about your reach out to you if they have any questions or if they want to share, if you're willing to give us some info on how to get to you? Mr. William Hamlin on LinkedIN 19:19 - Thank you Bill! Guys, as always, we are here for you and we love the responses and the notes that we get from you; so please continue to do that! Tell us who you want to hear on the podcast, anything at all; we'd love to know.  Leave us a review on any of the places you get your podcasts, and if you ever need our help I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse!  19:46 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits — Bill Hamlen was born in Schenectady, NY and raised in Bernardsville, NJ where he attended Bernards High School.  After graduating from Dartmouth College in 1984, Bill joined Drexel Burnham's commodity division.  While at Drexel, Bill worked in various areas including the international order desk as well as many different “pits” including all of the metals, softs, and oil pits.  He eventually landed a permanent position on the oil desk that included a year in Singapore where petroleum derivatives were just developing. After leaving Drexel in 1990, Bill worked at Rafferty Associates and United Energy brokering various energy derivatives.  In 2001, Bill joined Westport Petroleum, Inc. in their Singapore and London offices where he started a clean product trading desk specializing in the international arbitrage of jet fuel, gasoil, various grades of gasoline, and alkylates.  In 2005 he moved over to Westport's heavy fuel oil desk in Singapore and specialized in the international arbitrage of heavy crudes and fuel oil.  In 2007, Bill joined Vitol Singapore's heavy fuel oil desk and worked there until his retirement in 2015.  While at Westport and later Vitol, he sourced heavy streams in the USGC, Mexico, Venezuelan, Ecuador, Colombia, Russian, Bulgaria, The Middle East, Iraq, India, Australia, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesian, Thailand, and Malaysia among others.  He also supplied blended fuel to ships in Singapore as well as power plants throughout Asia and the Middle East including India, Pakistan, East Africa, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China, and Vietnam as well as many other smaller destinations.  He also managed the complex hedging activities necessitated by all of these physical movements.  After leaving Vitol, Bill and his wife began a second career as real estate investors via their privately held Leeward Holdings with properties on Nantucket and in Hanover, NH. Bill was married in 1996 and has two daughters and the family currently lives in Hanover, NH.  Among other achievements, he is an Eagle Scout, a PADI certified diver, and completed a NOLS course as a teenager.  He has extensive open water sailing experience having participated on multiple voyages in the Caribbean and Pacific.  He is also the Chair of Planned Giving for the Class of '84 at Dartmouth, the VP for the Association of Planned Giving Chairs at Dartmouth, and has served many other volunteer roles at the College. Even his abridged bio is incredible!!  -- TRANSCRIPT:  — I want to thank you for listening and for subscribing to Faster Than Normal! I also want to tell you that if you're listening to this one, you probably listened to other episodes as well. Because of you all, we are the number one ADHD podcast on the internet!! And if you like us, you can sponsor an episode! Head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ It is a lot cheaper than you think. You'll reach... about 25k to 30,000 people in an episode and get your name out there, get your brand out there, your company out there, or just say thanks for all the interviews! We've brought you over 230 interviews of CEOs, celebrities, musicians, all kinds of rock stars all around the world from Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Keith Krach from DocuSign, Danny Meyer, we've had Rachel Cotton, we've had  the band Shinedown, right? Tons and tons of interviews, and we keep bringing in new ones every week so head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ make it yours, we'd love to have you, thanks so much for listening!  Now to this week's episode, we hope you enjoy it! — Hey everyone! My name is Peter Shankman. You are listening to Faster Than Normal. We have taken a hiatus. This is our first episode back in about a month and a half. It was a good holiday season. It was fun COVID times now. And, but we're back it's it's early January. Daughter's homeschooling again. And we are thrilled to be back with all new episodes. We have some incredible episodes that we've already recorded coming down the pike. You're going to be very, very happy with what you hear in the new year. So I hope you guys are safe and well and vaccinated. And I want to introduce Bill.  So Bill reached out to me after his daughter was diagnosed with ADHD in 2016 and he was based in Singapore and sure enough, I happened to be in Singapore right around that time for keynote. We weren't able to get together, but we did stay in touch and I found Bill's backstory and bio very, very fascinating. So I want to share it with you guys. Bill was born in Schenectady, New York and raised in New Jersey. He attended high school and Dartmouth. He joined a company in 84 called Drexel Burnham. I don't know if you, for those who are young and don't remember Drexel Burnham, Drexel Burnham was, um, one of the old school financial firms-the, I think the joke around that, around early nineties when things started to go south was that if Merrill Lynch and Drexel Burnham merge, would we call the company Lynch and Burnham. But I remember Drexel from the day and he worked in various and Bill worked in various areas there, including the international order desk, as well as many of the different pits, including all the metals softs and oil pits, and if you watched Wall Street And you see how crazy they get when they're trying to sell a stock or buys or whatever. Imagine that. 400 times the speed. He wound up eventually in the oil desk, he wound up in Singapore. He's got a bunch of stuff. He since reinvented his life, he started a second career along with his wife as real estate investors, um, in Nantucket and it Hanover New Hampshire, but keep in mind, he's ADHD. Because of that, obviously he couldn't just do one thing. He's an Eagle scout. He's a PATO certified diver. He's completed a NOLS course. He has extensive open water sailing experiences. He's competed multiple voyages in the Caribbean and Pacific. He's also chair of planned giving to the class of 84 Dartmouth, the VP of association, giving care to Dartmouth in addition to many other volunteer roles. Bill welcome. And you sound as crazy as I am. So it's great to have you.  Thank you, Peter. It's funny. My wife jokes that I over-schedule myself. And I always say, well, I just schedule to my maximum ability, and then you come to me with extra things to do and that's when I get over tasked.  Exactly. And I'm sure that goes very well. I'm sure that goes over very well when, when you explained to her that. One of the things that I find fascinating; you work the trading desks, right. And I mean, you started, uh, you know, after you left Drexel, you, you, you joined Westport Petroleum and then the second point trading in London offices, you started a clean product trading desk there, especially as in the international arbitrage of jet fuel gas, oil barrier, spades, gasoline, and alkalines basically, you were doing stuff where if you fell off.. we're talking millions or billions of dollars wiped off the balance sheet in half a second. So what I'd love to know, and I'm just gonna dive right into this. How were you able to, I mean, I know hyper-focus is a thing for people like us, but that would scare the living crap out of me. How were you able to hyper-focus that well? Um, it's funny. I would almost put it in the, oh, I w I would reverse that, that when I first got into commodities, everything suddenly made sense. It was like a, the Rubik's cube pieces fell into place. The what, what to some people looks like total chaos to me was order. And the sitting on a desk with a bunch of phones ringing South Paulo, Brazil would call Hong Kong would call and you have to place orders and all the various pits. It was easy to me. In fact, that was fun. It was like a big game. So I always feel like I never worked a day in my life. All I did was basically play games. The games happened to be commodities and, but it was making order out of chaos. That just seemed. Um, soothing in a way. And so what from the outside looked stressful to me seemed like fun, like a big game, really. And then going down to the floor, the, you know, I was kind of in a commodity training program. So I worked in every pit learned about every, you know, orange juice, cotton. Someone was out, you'd have to go over there, then go to the gold pit. And you know, all that chaos was, it was just a big game. Uh, to me at least, or it seemed like a big game and the game was to make as much money as possible. Um, at that point though, it was just clerking. I wasn't trading and, um, it, you know, but I basically found my home and I, and I think in fact, if you go to a lot of, you know, wall street companies or commodity companies, and you look at the trading desk, you'll see a bunch of guys with ADHD. Uh, a couple of sociopaths, maybe a psychopath and a, and a bunch of engineers kind of keeping it all together, but there's a huge concentration of people with ADHD in commodities. And, um, it's, it's not a given, but you, you could see them. It's just clear as daylight.  So it's one of those places where the faster brain really thrives? Oh, absolutely. In fact, it's funny a couple of years ago, um, I have a, uh, former colleague, he went to Duke really, really played lacrosse there. Um, and I was joking. I asked him about ADHD and he looked at me like, I'm an idiot. Like, of course I am, I mean, that, that's how accepted and common it was. Um, yeah. And so there's a lot of people that, that seem to gravitate, um, to that type of chaos and that, and find it, find harmony there.  I'm curious as to, how do I phrase this? When, when I get into a zone, when I'm doing something that I truly love, let's say I'm on a plane to Asia and I'm writing, I'm writing a book or something like that. I get into a zone and I just sort of have. I guess the best way to put it is this quiet hum in my head, that is my call it my hyper-focus hum. Right? And it just, no matter what chaos is happening, no matter whether there's turbulence or whether the flight attendants come over with food or whatever, the case may be, two people are fighting behind me; it doesn't matter that hum is keeping me Zen and focused. Did you find that the same thing? Was there something about the pits that gave you that same sort of hum for lack of a better word? Well, I would, I get what you're saying, but it's funny in more realistic terms when I was in Singapore, I'd be on the desk in a conversation, looking at a spreadsheet, you know, maybe calculating what something's worth, but on the phone at the same time, talking to someone I'd look up. And it was, you know, 10:20, and there was no one else in the desk because we had a meeting scheduled at 10. I would not even notice everyone could leave the room, I'd be there. And then I w- but it didn't just happen once, you know, it would happen over and over and over again. And I, I had to really work hard. To, to get out of that. Hyper-focus but I know exactly what you mean.  Well, what it's, here's an interesting question. What did you do? What did you, how did you train yourself? Did you involve other people? Did you say, Hey, when you're going into a meeting, you know, reach out to me, what did you do to get people into that? To, to, to, to get yourself, you know, helping with that?  Well, I can tell you, it is funny. Like when I was on the phone, if I was sitting at my desk, I'd get bored. Um, so I would stand up and pace around the office in giant circles. Um, just to keep my brain focused. That's just how my head works. If I'm sitting at a desk and not doing something else at the same time, I kind of get bored. So I, um, so I came up with little tools okay. Based around the office and I would have a more meaningful conversation. In order to make the meeting, I would just schedule reminders that, I schedule reminders for everything. I'm a big list kind of guy. Um, I have lists for everything and those lists I create helped me, um, you know, keep order.  Yep. Tell me about your personal life. So, so your, uh, ADHD is obviously very, very beneficial for you in this regard. Tell me about how it affects your personal life and what, what sort of changes or, uh, different things you've had to do to get there.  Well, the it's hard to go there without telling kind of the backstory of my kind of discovery. And it has a lot to do with our daughter, who, um, at a certain age, in fact, this is what gets me angry about ADHD. And this is one of the reasons why I reached out; because her journey and my journey, um, it's a very typical situation I think. She was in seventh grade. Um, and we got called to school. This is UWC in Singapore. Um, and to give an idea, the level of understanding of ADHD in Singapore is there are about 25 to 40 years behind where we are here.  I actually interviewed this doctor, on the podcast, a psychologist, the podcast from Singapore and she said, exactly the same thing.  Oh, yeah. It's like stepping back in time, in fact, so, okay. So w we go into, um, we find out that she's struggling in math, she's just above the red line. They wanted to put her in learning support. And I fought back the vehemently because I believe that once she got into learning support, she would never get out. It's like a black hole and. So we had her tested independently and guess what? She's very, her processing speed was off the charts. Um, in fact, at one point we had her tested again for something else. And the, the woman that did the test said, I've been doing this for 20 years. I probably test 15 to 20 kids a year and she's the first one that has ever completed one of the sections. And so, and we started, so my wife and I, we looked back and it at her school in second grade, they said, we think maybe she has an eyesight issue. She needs glasses. So we had her eyesight tested, we're scratching our heads. And, um, anyway, fast forward, she, um, she started on Conserta Yup. That's my drug of choice also.  Right. Okay. Then we read, um, uh, uh, uh, Dr. Ned Hallowell's book, um, Delivered from Distraction. Yes. And we started listening to podcasts and everything kind of fell in place. In fact, I forgot one key part of this. Is that, um, we had her tested and at the same time, my wife was reading the diagnosis of someone else that had ADHD and she's reading it and she's like, oh my God, that's our daughter. And that's when everything kind of fell in place. So it was kind of a combination of both the testing and, um, Yeah. And the reading diagnosis of someone else with ADHD. So at that point, I began to look back at my life and realize, huh, I like chaos at my own little Rubik's cube. All the pieces fell into place and I began to realize all the things I've been doing to cope. You know, I get up, I run in the morning in central park, when I lived in New York, I'd have coffee, I'd do all these different things. I needed to work out just to be able to see straight and, um, You know, so I began to see all the commonalities of the, um, Of the things I did to deal with it, and I guess it, um, and then I looked back at my career that, you know, for me, I liked playing games. I like eating good food. I like drinking good booze and commodity trading kind of combines all those things that I enjoy. And so, like I said, I never felt like I worked a day in my life. It was all kind of a big fun game to me. Um, so it was kind of perfect for someone who has ADHD.  Let me ask the question. Um, it's it's you're you touched an interesting point. It's one of those industries where, you know, you work hard, but you also play hard. Right? I mean, I know just, just my, uh, my, um, uh, financial adviser, right. Once a year, he takes me out to dinner. He shows me how my portfolio is doing and, and, you know, five drinks in right? He doesn't..you know it's not that we're going out to drink- you treat the client well, right, in any, in any sort of financial industry. So did that affect you at all? Did you, I mean, I know that I have a very precarious relationship with alcohol and a lot of that is connected to ADHD. ADHD and addiction are very close to each other. Did you have a similar situation?  Yes, that would be, you know, I probably, um, well.. It depends in New York one, doesn't really go out to lunch really. Um, in Singapore, in, in London, it's kind of a different story. So, and it is very much, um, well, I should say, if you look at say the, the world of oil trading, it's a giant fraternity and it's a giant fraternity, um, of people that know each other and entertainment plays a big role in, in that industry. So you work very hard all day and you go out and celebrate at night. Um, and yeah, it, um, it plays a big role. Yeah.  It never, it never affected you the point where you're like, okay, I probably shouldn't do this or I should cut back on anything that that?  Um, well, for me, I can tell you, it was very clear when I was in my early fifties, I began to feel, um, diminished resilience. And that was really more a function of the stress, um, that, you know, without going too deep into it, sometimes when you have huge positions, um, you walk in and you ready to have a heart attack. And for the first up until my early fifties, I suppose if I had a superpower, it was the ability to endure enormous amounts of stress without thinking about it and I began to feel that that resilience diminishing, and that was my body speaking to me and saying, Hey, it's time to slow down. So for me, the signal was more about stress and less about other things. Um, I also, as I said, always would get up and need to workout first thing in the morning or at lunch. And I think that. Um, I think that the French have an expression to drink enough water with your wine and need enough salad with your foie gras, you know, working out, um, was always a way to balance out that aspect of you know, of my life.  That's very smart. So tell us last steps. What do you wish you'd known back then that you know now about your ADHD and about sort of the way you've lived? That's a good question. Um, what do I wish I'd known before? Well, I think the, maybe I would turn that around a little bit and, and, and say that, um, I've heard that expression; it's like a Maserati engine with a bicycle brakes. And I think the understanding that ADHD can be a superpower was a transformational concept for me and for my daughter, but maybe more for young people. And I recently have had a friend whose son was diagnosed with ADHD and from the questionings, the line of questions he was asking, and from the tone in his voice, I got this sense that he'd been given some negative messaging from the school. And I thought, how tragic that was that, you know, it can be. And I, and I understand there's the, you know, there's a full spectrum for me. And I think in our family, a high processing speed is, is a part of it with less of the maybe other hyperactive issues. Right. And so we're able to harness that superpower and I get that it it's diff you know, everyone's a little bit different and that there are more difficult challenges that some people face but I think the understanding that, um, ADHD really can be a superpower is such a powerful message. And in understanding that figuring out how to channel that energy into the right direction, I think I was simply lucky to find something where I was able to channel it appropriately. Um, I don't think my knowing that I had ADHD would have helped me find.. I kind of stumbled into something that I loved And, but I think that, um, I think the, you know, to understand that people with ADHD have a superpower and it's important to try to find things in life well, ways to, to live with it, but also ways to channel it. Um, I think is the, is a message that, you know, I'd like to share because for me it was, it was a superpower. Yeah, I love that. What a great way to when it end., um, Bill, I really appreciate that. How can people find more about your reach out to you if they have any questions or if they want to share, if you're willing to give us some info on how to get to you? I'm on LinkedIn. That's probably the easiest. Sounds good. And we'll put that, we'll put that link in the, in the show notes. Uh, it's under William Paul Hamlin. [actually under Mr. William Hamlin] Thank you so much for taking the time. I really, really appreciate it. You're our first interview of the year and it was definitely a good one. We'd love to have you back in several months as well to tell us what else you're working on. Alright Peter, thanks, Happy New Year!  Thanks again guys. As always, you were listening to Faster Than Normal. We love that you're here. Welcome back! This is going to be a really great year. We have a lot of new things coming up. I'll tell you right now we have some open space; you want to be on the podcast; you think you have an interesting story? Let us know what it is! I'm sure if you, if it's interesting to us, it's interesting to other people out there and you can help tell that story and share the ADHD is a gift, not a curse. We've been saying that since day one, we'll see you next week. Stay safe, stay healthy. Wear a mask. — Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at petershankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week. 

Zero Disturbance
Spotlight on Intensives with Tracy Lynch

Zero Disturbance

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 42:01


Intensives are ideal therapeutic spaces for integrating various modalities! Today's episode shows us how. In this Zero Disturbance Spotlight Podcast, we explore how to think like a Zero Disturbance business owner/ clinician with Tracy Lynch, who incorporates her training with Gottman, parts work, and EMDR to create intensive retreats for couples. I get to support so many cool therapists who are diversifying their businesses with intensives; it's time that you got in on the conversation. My hope is that you will hear the experiences of others to inspire you, build you up, and give you confidence to do exactly what works for you. Interested in offering intensives in your practice? Let us show you how! https://www.zerodisturbance.com/intensive-kit-choices Interested in learning parts work + EMDR with Tracy? https://mailchi.mp/756e9d507aba/partsemdr

Bahnhofskino - Genrefilme von A bis Sleaze
#406: Phenomena (1985) & Lost Highway - Straße der Finsternis (1997)

Bahnhofskino - Genrefilme von A bis Sleaze

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 91:27


Das Jahr ist noch ganz jung, aber die Namen in der ersten Episode unserer Jubiläumsjahres ganz groß. Argento. Lynch. Phenomena (1985). Lost Highway (1997). Morde. Intrigen. Schimpansen. Femmes Fatales. Insekten. Doppelgänger. Connelly. Pullman. Pleasence. Arquette… hach! Wenn euch beim lauten Aufsagen auch bereits die Gänsehaut vom Nacken in die Poritze kriecht, dann seid ihr bei uns richtig. Denn kaum etwas lieben wir mehr als filmische Reisen in die Abgründe der menschlichen Psyche--- nun gut, Daniel liebt zumindest anderthalb der Trips des heutigen Abends. Aber wie genau er seine Zuneigung verteilt, sei hier noch nicht verraten.

The Utility Vegetation Management Podcast
08 | Why do conductors sag and sway? Power Line Systems, Otto Lynch, President & CEO **CEU Available**

The Utility Vegetation Management Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 23:35


** 0.5 CEU credit from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) available to Utility Arborist Association members. Complete the questionnaire on the UAA website here. **This episode features an interview is with a Professional Engineer, Otto Lynch, President & CEO of Power Line Systems. Conductors can move during the course of a day under different electrical loading and weather scenarios, a phenomenon known as sag and sway, which is not always well understood. Sag and sway can have a major impact on vegetation management as the movement envelope needs to be taken into account to ensure that acceptable clearances between conductors and vegetation are maintained during all operating conditions. In today's episode Otto provides a 101 on sag and sway and the impact this has on the work of UVM staff. We cover several topics in detail including:What conductors are made of and why they expand and contract with temperatureHow expansion and contraction affects tension and sagWeather and electrical load variables that contribute to sag and sway (blow out)Why knowing the conductor movement envelope is essential for UVMStructure deflection in response to weatherThe impact of ice storms on sag and sway, including conductor elongationThe role of PLS-CADD in modeling clearancesThoughts on the future direction of technologyWe hope that you find this episode of The UVM Podcast helpful. If you have any feedback on the episode or suggestions for topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes, please feel free to get in contact at podcast@utilityvegetationmanagement.com. Otto can be found on LinkedIN here and the PLS-CADD website is here.

The Podcast by KevinMD
With Lynch Syndrome, knowledge alone isn't power

The Podcast by KevinMD

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 17:39


"I imagine I would have, as I'm sure so many others do, headed to the Internet, reading both accurate and inaccurate information. While much of my visit with my genetic counselor feels like a blur, I left that meeting with a list of answered questions, referrals to specialists, contact information for virtual support groups, and a friend by my side holding my hand. I am grateful that I know about my mutation and live by the phrase “knowledge is power.” But when I imagine the thousands of people receiving the news that they have Lynch through a report, I prefer to believe that knowledge is power only when it is accompanied by context and support. March is colon cancer awareness month, and March 22nd is Lynch Syndrome Awareness Day. There is no better time to make a plan to talk about the history of cancer in your family with your loved ones, including the tough topic of colon and rectal cancers; consult a genetic counselor. And arm yourself not only with knowledge but context and support." Kerry E. Evers is a psychologist. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "With Lynch Syndrome, knowledge alone isn't power."

Basketball Coach Unplugged ( A Basketball Coaching Podcast)
Ep 1239 Interview with Coach Lynch ( Part 2)

Basketball Coach Unplugged ( A Basketball Coaching Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 41:00


Coach Collins Talks Basketball Check out.  [Teachhoops.com](https://teachhoops.com/) 14 day Free Trial Funnel Down Defense Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/funnel-down-defense/id1593734011 Want More Funnel Down Defense https://coachcollins.podia.com/funnel-down-defense [Facebook Group . Basketball Coaches](https://www.facebook.com/groups/basketballcoaches/) [Facebook Group . Basketball Drills](https://www.facebook.com/groups/321590381624013/) Want to Get a Question Answered? [ Leave a Question here](https://www.speakpipe.com/Teachhoops) Check out our other podcast [High School Hoops ](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/high-school-hoops-coaching-high-school-basketball/id1441192866) Check out our Sponsors [HERE](https://drdishbasketball.com/) Mention Coach Unplugged and get 350 dollars off your next purchase basketball resources free basketball resources Coach Unplugged Basketball drills, basketball coach, basketball workouts, basketball dribbling drills,  ball handling drills, passing drills, shooting drills, basketball training equipment, basketball conditioning, fun basketball games, basketball jerseys, basketball shooting machine, basketball shot, basketball ball, basketball training, basketball camps, youth basketball, youth basketball leagues, basketball recruiting, basketball coaching jobs, basketball tryouts, basketball coach, youth basketball drills, The Basketball Podcast, How to Coach Basketball, Funnel Down Defense FDD Funnel Defense Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Jammin' Jon's Wrestling News
WWE Day One Results & Review

Jammin' Jon's Wrestling News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 22:21


Join Jammin' Jon as he goes through all of the crazy fallout that cumulated at WWE Day One last night!!!

PWTorch Dailycast
PWTorch Dailycast – Wrestling Night in America - Heydorn & Sage talk WWE Day 1 including Lesnar wins WWE Championship, Lynch-Morgan, more

PWTorch Dailycast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 100:13


Zack Heydorn and Tyler Sage from PWTorch.com fill in for Greg Parks to take calls and discuss WWE Day 1. Specific discussion points include the impact losing Roman Reigns had on the show, pros and cons of Brock Lesnar beating Big E for the WWE Championship, successful booking of Morgan vs. Lynch, a quiet crowd, Peacock commercial issues, quick thoughts on Tony Khan, and more. Enjoy!

Basketball Coach Unplugged ( A Basketball Coaching Podcast)
Ep 1238 Interview with Coach Lynch ( Part 1)

Basketball Coach Unplugged ( A Basketball Coaching Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 40:56


Basketball Coaching [Teachhoops.com](https://teachhoops.com/) 14 day Free Trial Basketball Coaching [Teachhoops.com](https://teachhoops.com/) Want More Funnel Down Defense https://coachcollins.podia.com/funnel-down-defense [Facebook Group . Basketball Coaches](https://www.facebook.com/groups/basketballcoaches/) [Facebook Group . Basketball Drills](https://www.facebook.com/groups/321590381624013/) Want to Get a Question Answered? [ Leave a Question here](https://www.speakpipe.com/Teachhoops) Check out our other podcast [High School Hoops ](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/high-school-hoops-coaching-high-school-basketball/id1441192866) Check out our Sponsors [HERE](https://drdishbasketball.com/) Mention Coach Unplugged and get 350 dollars off your next purchase basketball resources free basketball resources Coach Unplugged Basketball drills, basketball coach, basketball workouts, basketball dribbling drills,  ball handling drills, passing drills, shooting drills, Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Total Information AM
KMOX Virtual Consumer Editor Megan Lynch looks at trends in branding for 2022 with Blaise Hart-Schmidt of Atomic Dust

Total Information AM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 4:08


The pandemic, politics, and climate events are shifting how companies are reaching out to consumers in 2022.  Blaise Hart-Schmidt is Senior Marketing Manager at St. Louis based marketing agency Atomic Dust. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-shows
WKPWP - WWE Day 1 Preview Special & 10 Yrs Ago WWE TLC PPV Post-show: Nick & Tom preview Reigns-Lesnar, Lynch-Morgan, Miz-Edge

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-shows

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 162:07


PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a special episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-show featuring first, Tom Colohue & Nick Barbati previewing WWE Day 1 including Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar, Miz vs. Edge, Big E vs. Seth Rollins vs. Kevin Owens vs. Bobby Lashley, Becky Lynch vs. Liv Morgan, and more. They also discuss reaching their one-year mark as podcast co-hosts.Then we jump back to the previously VIP-exclusive WWE PPV Post-show with PWTorch editor Wade Keller and PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill discussing the Dec. 18, 2011 WWE TLC PPV in depth including the Daniel Bryan World Title win, Zack Ryder's U.S. Title win, the three-way WWE Title TLC main event, and the entire show.

Charlottesville Community Engagement
December 29, 2021: Albemarle might use $13.2M surplus for capital improvement, housing fund, and economic development; Virginia sets new COVID record

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 15:26


There are only two more days left in 2021, but there’s still so much to review and look back on. We’re in the strange time between the past and the future when the present seems like it is time to relax. But there’s no relaxing on Charlottesville Community Engagement, a program that seeks to bring you as much information as I can about what’s happening in local government with a pinch of whatever else seems to fit. I’m your host Sean Tubbs.Charlottesville Community Engagement seeks new readers and listeners. Sign up today for free, and decide later if you’d like to support the work financially!On today’s program:Virginia sets a one-day record for new COVID casesA lawsuit filed by former City Manager Tarron Richardson moves forwardThe Virginia Supreme Court approves new legislative and Congressional maps for the CommonwealthRepublicans continue to file bills that seek to undo measures passed under a Democratic General AssemblyAlbemarle Supervisors learn about the biggest increase in property assessments in county historyIn today’s first two Patreon fueled shout-outs:You’re listening to Charlottesville. Community Engagement. A long-time supporter wants you to know: "Today is a great day to spread good cheer: reach out to an old friend, compliment a stranger, or pause for a moment of gratitude to savor a delight."The second comes from a more recent supporter who wants you to go out and read a local news story written by a local journalist. Whether it be the Daily Progress, Charlottesville Tomorrow, C-Ville Weekly, NBC29, CBS19, WINA, or some other place I’ve not mentioned - the community depends on a network of people writing about the community. Go learn about this place today!Omicron surge continuesVirginia has set a one-day record for new COVID-19 cases with 12,112 reported today by the Department of Health. The previous number was 9,914 reported in mid-January. The percent positivity has increased to 17.4 percent. The Blue Ridge Health District reported 371 new cases, which is also a one-day record. Richardson suit against the city proceedsCharlottesville City Council and other parties have been served with a lawsuit by former City Manager Tarron Richardson. Richardson filed suit in the Western District of Virginia in mid-November alleging breach of contract and violation of his First Amendment rights. A summons was issued to City Council on Tuesday, as well as city attorney Lisa Robertson and former city attorney John Blair. The parties have 21 days to respond. (Former City Manager Sues Charlottesville, November 24, 2021)New legislative districts now in effectVirginia’s new Congressional and legislative districts are now in place for the next nine years, effective immediately. The state Supreme Court has approved new districts for the House of Delegates, state Senate, and the eleven members of the House of Representatives in Congress. These were drawn by two Special Masters after a bipartisan commission failed to reach consensus in October. Those maps were amended following public comments earlier this month. “Redistricting is a complex task, one that requires the balancing of multiple competing factors,” wrote Sean Trende and Bernard Groffman. “Unfortunately, it simply was not possible to incorporate every single request while remaining within the bounds of Virginia and federal law.”Albemarle and Charlottesville will remain in the 5th Congressional District, though Albemarle’s border with Greene and Orange counties will now be its northern edge. The 5th will continue to cover points south to North Carolina including the cities of Lynchburg and Danville, as well as the town of Farmville in Prince Edward County. Fluvanna, Louisa, and Nelson are also within the 5th. An earlier map drawn by the Special Masters had split Albemarle into two. “The existing congressional map splits 14 counties 16 times,” the masters continued. “The existing Senate of Virginia map splits 46 counties 78 times. The existing House of Delegates map splits 60 counties 138 times. By comparison, the submitted congressional map splits 10 counties a total of 11 times.”A small section of northwest Albemarle is within the 7th District. There’s even a Twitter account. The 5th District formerly extended up into northern Virginia, but the new districts tend not to split counties. Greene and Orange counties entirely within a redrawn 7th District along with Culpeper, Madison, Spotsylvania, and Stafford counties, as well as the city of Fredericksburg. Fauquier, Loudoun and Rappahannock counties are now in the 10th District as well as portions of Prince William County. In the Virginia Senate, Albemarle and Charlottesville are now within the new 11th District, as well as Amherst and Nelson counties, as well as a portion of western Louisa County. Fluvanna County and the rest of Louisa are in the 10th. Greene County is in the new 28th district along with Madison, Culpeper, and Orange counties. In the Virginia House of Representatives, the city of Charlottesville is now in the 54th House District as well as some of the urban ring of Albemarle. The rest of Albemarle is now within the 55th House District as well as portions of eastern Nelson County. The rest of Nelson is in the 53rd as well as all of Amherst County and the northern half of Bedford County.  Under the former system, Albemarle was split by four districts. Resources:Final Congressional Map dated December 27, 2021Final Senate Map dated December 27, 2021Final House of Delegates Map dated December 27, 2021Memo from the Special Masters detailing changes from the mapBill filed to revoke localities’ ability to ban firearms on public propertyThe General Assembly begins in less than two weeks and the slow trickle of prefiled legislation is picking up into more of a steady stream. Here are some highlights:Delegate Buddy Fowler (R-Glenn Allen) has submitted a bill to increase the age an infant can be surrendered to a hospital or emergency medical services agency from 14 days to 30 days. (HB16)Fowler has another bill that would exempt members of the military from being prosecuted for paramilitary activities unless there is malicious intent. (HB17)Another bill from Fowler would allow localities flexibility in paying school board members. Currently the law defines the salary for each locality. (HB18)Fowler also submitted a bill allowing public auctions to satisfy liens to be advertised online, whereas currently these must be printed in a newspaper of record. (HB21)Delegate Wendell Walker (R-Lynchburg) filed a bill allowing adults to become free from any medical mandate. (HB22)Walker has also filed a bill repealing a prohibition on firearms in places of worship (HB23)Walker submitted legislation requiring photo identification in order to vote (HB24)Incoming Delegate Tim Anderson (R-Virginia Beach) filed a bill that would exempt the first offense for possession of child pornography from a new program that allows for reduced sentences through credits. (HB25)Anderson also filed a bill that would revoke the ability for localities to adopt ordinances to ban firearms from public property. (HB26)In today’s second subscriber-supported shout-out:Algorithms know how to put songs and artists together based on genre or beats per minute. But only people can make connections that engage your mind and warm your heart. The music on WTJU 91.1 FM is chosen by dozens and dozens of volunteer hosts -- music lovers like you who live right here in the Charlottesville area. Listener donations keep WTJU alive and thriving. In this era of algorithm-driven everything, go against the grain. Support freeform community radio on WTJU. Consider a donation at wtju.net/donate.Albemarle Supervisor brief on reassessment, five-year financial plan, and surplusAs the calendar year concludes, localities in Virginia are just about to enter the third quarter of their fiscal year. Earlier this month, the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors got an update on how the county’s finances look as the start of budget season approaches. First, they got an update on the county’s assessments for 2022, which were made available a month earlier than usual. Peter Lynch is Albemare’s assessor. “Because of the mail issues that we’ve had, I wanted to mail the ordinances earlier so we have a target date of January 14 to mail the notices this year,” Lynch said.Lynch said an unreliable mail system resulted in the land use revalidation process being difficult this year. There are 4,052 parcels that receive a lower tax rate due to some agricultural or open space use. Sales made after Lynch’s December 15 presentation are still factor into the official assessment which by law is made on January 1.“Any information up to that date that happens in the market can be used to contest the assessment,” Lynch said. Lynch said this year has seen the highest number of sales in Albemarle so far, with 2,311 sales recorded as of the date of his presentation. He said there would be at least another hundred before the end of the year. As of December 15, Albemarle is on track to have the highest average increase in property assessments at 8.32 percent. Within the county, the Scottsville Magisterial District saw the largest increase with 11.14 percent, and the lowest is in the Rivanna district with 7.17 percent. The assessment of properties with apartments increased by 11.8 percent, whereas commercial properties are flat. Hotel properties declined 22.9 percent in 2021, but recovered by just under a percentage point this year. “Shopping centers also went down a lot and they recovered some of what they lost,” Lynch said. Offices declined for a second year in a row with a 4.15 percent average decrease in worth. “People stopped going to their offices but they kept paying their rent,” Lynch said. “At this point those leases are turning over for lower amounts, lower rents, and we’re starting to see more effect on those offices.” Assessments are directly tied to next year’s budget and the amount of revenue that will be generated through the property tax. After Lynch’s presentation, supervisors had a work session on the five-year financial plan. Albemarle had $13.2 million in leftover funds from fiscal year 2021.Here’s how staff is recommending using that money:$4.1 million transfer to the Capital Improvements Plan$5 million to Albemarle’s Economic Development Fund to help attract new businesses through the Project Enable plan$3.1 million for the Albemarle Housing Fund, bringing the balance to $5 million$1 million for workforce stabilization Supervisor Diantha McKeel said she wanted some of the capital funding to go toward building more urban parks. Supervisor Donna Price agreed, and said she would like to see county investment in the Rivanna Trail. “I’d really love to see the trail around Charlottesville and Albemarle, the Rivanna river trail, because that provides relatively easy access to almost everyone in our urban ring and that really would improve the quality of life,” Price said. Based on the surplus and the assessments, staff is not anticipating any increase in the real estate property tax rate for the year. Staff asked Supervisors if they had any interest in increasing transient occupancy or the meals taxes and if they wanted to explore tax relief programs. Part of that is due to a trend towards property taxes making up a larger percentage of the budget. “It’s going from sixty percent back in FY07 coming closer to seventy percent in FY22 and FY23,” Birch said. “We need to try and diversity as best we can away from real estate taxes.” Planning staff will incorporate a plastic bag tax into the FY23 budget. Albemarle can increase the meals tax rate to six percent and can increase the transient occupancy tax if it chooses. One supervisor wants the county’s rates to be the same as the city’s. “I think anything that we do to match Charlottesville is appropriate,” said Supervisor Diantha McKeel. “If the sales tax in Charlottesville is something, it should be the same in Albemarle.” Supervisors took no formal actions and the budget will come back before the Board in the February. Support the program!Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP! 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103.7 The Buzz
TROY LYNCH OF FOX 16 ON THE ZONE 12 - 28 - 21

103.7 The Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 7:36


TROY LYNCH OF FOX 16 ON THE ZONE 12 - 28 - 21 by 103.7 The Buzz

The County 10 Podcast
Coffee Time: Former Fremont County resident completes 50 races in all 50 states

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 30:35


(Lander, WY) - Ashley Martinez, formerly Lynch, recently accomplished a feat that will make most get tired just from reading it; as of December 12th, she has officially completed running a race in all 50 states. https://www.facebook.com/50races50states/posts/411715016985778 The current Casper resident, former Riverton local recently sat down with 1330 KOVE AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea, where she filled us in on how and why she decided to run a race in every state despite having no background or previous desire for long distance running, and also shared a number anecdotes from along the way. (Our personal favorite was the story of how she turned a potential disaster in the form of a missed event, into signing up for a last minute, impromptu race through the vineyards of a winery.) Ashley told us that she initially took up running as way to quit smoking, and to set an example to her young daughter. What began as a goal "that started while laying on the couch recovering from my first Grand Teton Relay," just culminated in her 50th and final race in Honolulu, HI. (It should be noted that the 50th state would have happened sooner if not for COVID-19.) h/t Ashley Martinez image. Check out the full Coffee Time interview below, where Ashley shares her inspirational story of perseverance, strength, and overcoming one's fears, which begins around the 7 minute 15 second mark. To follow Ashley's journey, click here for Facebook, and here for Instagram.Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 9:30 AM on 1330 KOVE AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

The Morning Roast with Bonta, Kate & Joe
Cam Inman Joins The Roast

The Morning Roast with Bonta, Kate & Joe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 18:28


95.7 The Game 49ers Insider Cam Inman joined Steven and Lo to go over when went wrong for the 49ers in Tennessee. Can the 49ers make some noise in the playoffs and did we see the end of the Russell Wilson era in Seattle? Also, we get Cam's thoughts on John  Lynch's Twitter escapades.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The NXT Wrestling Fan
63 - Lollipop Blowjob

The NXT Wrestling Fan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 58:55


Check it out, Episode #63 happens to fall exactly on Christmas Day! Not that this episode has anything to do with Christmas or any winter holiday in any way, shape, or form - we're covering the episode of NXT that originally aired on July 31st, 2014, which is about as far from winter as it gets, and because we record in advance and don't really think too hard about our release dates beyond "every other Saturday," the word "holiday" isn't mentioned at any point. But regardless of all that, we'd still like to think of this episode as our gift to you, just as Natalya going down on Adam Rose's ecstasy lollipop was NXT's gift to us! Other topics  of conversation include: Why wrestling cares about where people are from Tyler Breeze finds all of this annoying Becky Lynch finally has a real gimmick Chekhov's imploding tag team It's okay to mix a T-bone steak with peanut butter and jelly Inigo Montoya vs. Frog New music for two of our regular segments! Hooray! Our theme song is called "Learnbuckle" and it was created by the uniquely talented Rafael Medina, whose work you can and should follow via his Twitter account, @EarthMeauxFaux! You can also follow Miles @mjschneiderman, MeganBob @meganbobness, and the show itself @nxtwrestlingfan. And if you'd like to support the show, check out our Patreon at www.patreon.com/nxtwrestlingfan. Additional music and sound credit to: NewsSting by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4124-newssting License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Eyes Gone Wrong by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3732-eyes-gone-wrong License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Teddy Bear Waltz by Kevin MacLeod https://uppbeat.io/t/kevin-macleod/teddy-bear-waltz License code: JR8YJN7X9BTCYONZ Green Fingers by Richard Rodgers https://uppbeat.io/t/richard-bodgers/green-fingers License code: ZLHSCJFJWJI8IQGL Prelude and Action by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4236-prelude-and-action License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license 

49ers Talk with Matt Maiocco and Laura Britt
Exclusive interview with GM John Lynch, plus moving on from Titans loss, disappointment in Jimmy G

49ers Talk with Matt Maiocco and Laura Britt

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 56:00


Matt Maiocco and Laura Britt break down the disappointing loss to the Tennessee Titans. The San Francisco 49ers turned their season around, but is this game an indicator of what's to come? Plus, Matt sits down with General Manager John Lynch and discusses everything from a dismal season start, to the turnaround that renewed the Faithful's faith.1:02 - 2:34 It would have been a great moment to get a win vs. Titans, Shanahan says team wasn't able to close the door in frustrating loss2:35 - 6:00 Offense falls apart, Jimmy G goes back to old habits with interceptions, bad throwing decisions, miscommunications6:04 - 8:34 When the ball is taken care of, the team wins, Jimmy G didn't take care of the ball, the whole feeling of the game changed with first interception8:37 - 9:56 Last drive was impressive, but costly mistakes caused lost, Titans stopped Kittle10:21 - 11:53 49ers still have work to do to finish off the season, but not out of playoff hunt yet, Kittle says best players didn't play their best, Deebo still had a good game11:55 - 13:04 Stat breakdown13:06 - 15:26 Frustration against Jimmy G mounting, this loss took him back to square one, inconsistency a factor, short week could be a factor17:49 - 23:53 Defensive highlights and lowlights, a tale of two halves23:59 - 25:03 Special teams issues continue, how do those problems get solved?25:16 - 25:57 Every unit of 49ers has responsibility for loss, even in some wins the team has had major issues 26:07 - 27: 25 Fans would love to see the 49ers face the Cowboys in the first round of the playoffs 27:30 - 32:26 Maiocco's grades for this Titans loss33:40 - 35:34 It won't be easy for 49ers, but week 17 is on the way and team, fans are looking forward, plus thank you for listening!35:35 - Matt Maiocco's exclusive interview with San Francisco 49ers GM John Lynch35:40 - 36:48 John Lynch on what was happening behind the scenes during the rough start to 49ers season, “We stayed together as a leadership team…believed.”36:50 - 37:45 49ers are always looking to improve “by any means necessary…trying to make strategic moves”37:46 - 39:23 Why the 49ers seemingly shifted during the season “our beliefs, systems don't change, but we established our identity as a physical team,” crediting Shanahan, constant development on and off the field39:25 - 40:25 Lynch describes “the mine” of 49ers trying to strike gold in player development at practice, mentally, physically, increased effort in coaching40:30 - 42: 22 Belief in Jimmy G, how big his part is in playing good football, “Jimmy does what great competitors do, has handled situations tremendously, mentoring Trey Lance.”42:29 - 43:23 Any regrets about not moving on to Trey? Development is extremely productive and evolving for Trey, “tremendous quarterback depth” is there 43:32 - 44:54 Trey is “dicing up” 49ers starting defense on the practice field, treating every week like he's going to get out on the field45:00 - 47:44 Contracts, and the future for Deebo, DJ Jones, Lincoln, focusing on this season48:00 - 48:44 DeMeco Ryans “never blinked” during hardship, leadership presence, “proud of how he is leading our staff and players”48:47 - 50:49 Defensive lineman, constructing the roster for depth, players stepping up in case of injury50:51 - 53:11 Pass defense is “pretty darn good,” despite losing #1 and #2 cornerbacks, who is filling in the gaps53:15 - 53:55 “Special teams have to be better” Lynch says it's a collective effort for that unit53:59 - 55:05 49ers have been built with a lot of potential, stars are shining, but there's work to do 55:17 - 58:00 “You always have to fight in this league” but 49ers are fighting hardSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Philosophical Weightlifting Podcast
Ep. 139: Crossover Episode w/Arthur Lynch, PhD | No Lift Podcast

Philosophical Weightlifting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 91:44


Have you ever wondered what it takes to start and host a successful podcast? Well, it would start by defining what "success" means for you. With that out of the way, Arthur Lynch, host of the No Lift Podcast, joins me as we sit down to discuss our podcasts, how they started, where they're going, and where we hope to end up. Along the way we also cover many other topics, including the perception and continuity of achievement.Enjoy this very special episode!Follow Arthur:https://www.instagram.com/arthurlynch/https://www.instagram.com/noliftpodcast/

Psychoanalysis: A Horror Therapy Podcast
Comfort Horror / Carnival of Souls (1962) with Kay Lynch

Psychoanalysis: A Horror Therapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 93:10


The pod is so different in the daylight. In the dark, your fantasies get so out of hand. Meet us on the banks of the river for a Comfort Horror episode on the psychological horror classic, Carnival of Souls. We don't belong in the world. Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by Kevin MacLeod "Long Note Three" by Kevin MacLeod "Emotion Picture" by Bill Ironfield Logo artwork by Jess Snively

It's Mike Jones
WWE Superstar Queen Zelina

It's Mike Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 12:57


Queen Zelina joined me to talk about WWE's return to DC on 12/28 at Capital One Arena, being the first ever Queen of WWE, big plans as Queen, the Royal Wave at Crown Jewel, wanting the RAW Women's Championship, WWE 2K22 and her cosplay / ring gear ideas!

The Paul W. Smith Show
Lynch Family ~ The Paul W. Smith Show

The Paul W. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 5:28


December 22, 2021 ~ Paul W. is joined by "Christmas On Us" Honorees Logan & Brittany Lynch of Holly.

Frame Work
DUNE

Frame Work

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 83:51


Denis Villaneuve's extravaganzic DUNE crushes the scope and visuals, but could use a bit more blood in its veins.  It raises the question of whether this adaptation could be fairly imperfect but still impossible to improve upon.  Guest Alex Ricciardi, producer of a documentary about a visionary madman's earlier attempt at adapting the material,  is on hand to talk us through such conundrums and contradictions.

Musings with Montse: Artists and Their (Honest) Stories

Janelle Lynch is a New York-based artist whose images reveal an inquiry into themes of connection, presence, and transcendence.She uses an 8x10-inch view camera, and her recent work is deeply informed by her training in perceptual drawing and painting.Janelle's photographs are in many private and public collections, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the International Center of Photography, New York; and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.She has three monographs published by Radius Books: Los Jardines de México (2010); AIGA award-winning Barcelona (2013), which also features her writings; and Another Way of Looking at Love (2018).In this deeply honest conversation Janelle speaks about influence in art, her practice, her expanded view of the word “family”, and ambiguous grief. If you'd like more of this conversation there is a written interview with Janelle here.This episode was audio produced by Aaron Moring. Music is by Madisen Ward.

Wings Of...Inspired Business
663 From Plateau to Peak: Entrepreneur Meghan Lynch on Sparking New Growth for ‘Second Stage' Companies

Wings Of...Inspired Business

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 37:36


Meghan Lynch is the Founder and CEO of Six-Point Creative, a brand strategy agency that helps “second-stage” companies breakthrough growth plateaus. As part of her mission to help small businesses challenge the goliaths, Meghan has served as an expert advisor to second-stage clients in a wide range of industries, from fast-casual restaurants to industrial manufacturers. Today she shares the secrets of scaling – from operational systems to leveraging new revenue streams. Join the conversation by following Wings of Inspired Business on the free and socially interactive Podopolo app, where Sarah and will answer questions. Download Podopolo here and invite your friends to connect around podcasts recommended to you by what interests and inspires you.  

Heartland Politics with Robin Johnson
Lynch: Jan 6 Attack Leads Top Iowa Stories from ‘21 and Elections Will Dominate the Headlines in ‘22

Heartland Politics with Robin Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 29:00


Veteran political writer James Lynch from the Cedar Rapids Gazette looks back at the top five issues from 2021 and looks ahead to major stories likely to emerge in 2022.

Castle of Horror Podcast
Castle Talk: Sean Nichols Lynch, writer/ director of Christmas Vampire Movie Red Snow (Out 12/28)

Castle of Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 22:34


Tonight we're chatting with Sean Nichols Lynch, writer and director of Red Snow (Out 12/28). In the film, a struggling vampire romance novelist must defend herself against real-life vampires during Christmas in Lake Tahoe.SYNOPSIS:When an injured bat transforms into a handsome vampire, struggling horror novelist Olivia Romo hides him in her garage to protect him from a vampire hunter. Besotted by the creature, she feeds him animal blood, but any chance of romance is soon thwarted when a gang of fellow bloodsuckers invade her home in search of their missing friend.Release Date: December 28, 2021 (DVD, VOD, & Digital)

New Construction Marketing Podcast
Brand Evolution with Meghan Lynch-127

New Construction Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 45:53


Meghan Lynch is the Founder and CEO of Six-Point Creative, a brand strategy agency that helps “second-stage” companies break through growth plateaus. As part of her mission to help small businesses challenge the goliaths, Meghan has served as an expert advisor to second-stage clients in a wide range of industries, from fast-casual restaurants to industrial manufacturers. Meghan and the team at Six-Point provide clients with the experience and expertise to make smarter, faster, better positioning decisions that drive growth. Their flagship program is Solve for Y, which combines branding and marketing best practices with the guidance, education, and change management that second-stage companies need. Six-Point further supports their clients with CMO-level strategic oversight, budget management, and marketing plan execution to help companies punch above their weight. In addition to her brand strategy work with Six-Point, Meghan is a sought after speaker. She was named an Enterprising Women of the Year in 2019, and enjoys testing her limits as an endurance runner.

Off the Air
Lynch & Taco Off The Air Podcast: Never Knew 'Nugget' Could Mean So May Things...

Off the Air

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 31:39


The weekly podcast from The Lynch & Taco Show from 101one WJRR in Orlando, FL

What Goes Around?
S3E1 with Ashley Beedle

What Goes Around?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 80:42


We are back in the game! We have been quietly preparing Series 3 for the last few weeks and now we are finally ready to fire the old pod canon again. This week we bring you a Christmas special to get you back into the swing of things, it's 80 minutes of hot pod action. Our guest this week is a true legend of UK House music, the one and only 'Daddy Ash' DJ and producer Mr. Ashley Beedle! Ashley has had an amazing career releasing over 1000 tracks and remixes over the last 35 years. He was a member of X-Press 2, The Ballistic Brothers and The Black Science Orchestra. He has had a number 1 hit with his remix of Elton John's 'Are you ready for love?', he created the all time club classic 'New Jersey Deep' and is currently churning out incredible remixes for Ramrock Records through his 'Northstreet Productions' moniker. Prepare yourself for tales of The Guvnor, personal recovery, love and a never-ending musical obsession. BUT THATS NOT ALL! In A&E this week Anne tells us how to keep calm in the public eye. Eamon and Anne exchange Christmas gift ideas for the music lover in your life. Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike talks to Eamon about her book 'You are beautiful and you are alone - The biography of Nico', then Anne chats to fellow Chess Records obsessive Richard M Ganter about his beautiful coffee table tome 'A tribute to the Chess Record Corp'. PLUS! Because it's Christmas we invited some of our favourite people along to record the first What Goes Around Xmas Pop Quiz! It's the 'Groove Gurus' featuring 'Motown Jo' Wallace & Anne 'The Monster' Frankenstien versus 'The Bass Notes' featuring Bibi 'Bruiser' Lynch & Eamon 'Miracle' Murtagh. The quiz master is Hoopla Improv dynamo Conor Jatter. HELLO! HELLO! IT'S GOOD TO BE BACK! CONTACT US: WHATGOESPOD@GMAIL.COM Twitter - @WHATGOESPOD Instagram - @WHATGOESPOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WhatGoesPod/ Or indeed; @whatgoespod *BIG UP SHARE/LIKE/RT/STORY POSSE*CONTACT US:

The Pulse of Israel
Miraculously Saved! The Unreported Lynch of Two Jewish Workers

The Pulse of Israel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 8:36


Did you hear about the two Jewish workers who were lynched a few days ago by their Arab Muslim co-workers on a construction site in Central Israel? Neither did most Israelis! Miraculously they were saved. But, unfortunately, this episode is indicative of the rot of progressive ideology that has taken over most of the leadership and authorities in the freedom-loving world today. Hold the line. We will all overcome this.

Sporting Limerick
Treaty Talk EP166 | Kilmallock Ease Into Munster Final, NCW Look To Follow Suit & Cian Lynch HOTY

Sporting Limerick

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 72:05


Matt and Jack are back to discuss more munster Club action! They analyse Kilmallock's win over Midleton that sees them into the Munster final while looking back on Mungret and Caherline's losses. They also preview this weekend's Munster football clash between Austin Stacks and Newcastle West in Tralee. And they pay tribute to Cian Lynch who was named hurler of the year for the second time! #SportLK

The Producer's Podcast with Krazy Drayz of DAS EFX
Ep 8: Derek Lynch of Solid Scheme

The Producer's Podcast with Krazy Drayz of DAS EFX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 90:57


This is a special episode, we have Derek Lynch of Solid Scheme on The Producer's Podcast. Derek Lynch is one half of Solid Scheme, and they are the reason DAS EFX even exist. They were responsible for producing most of the first Das album, Dead Serious and in this episode we take you through a step by step of the recording of that album. This episode is packed full of great stories from the wild ride we had recording Dead Serious. We talk about the production, meeting EPMD, how they selected samples and Derek shares a story on turning up 3 hours late to a meeting with Ice Cube! Enjoy the show!

The Thomistic Institute
The Relationship Between Metaphysics and Speculative Theology in Thomism | Fr. Reginald Lynch, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 65:39


This talk was given on October 9, 2021 at the University of Rochester. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org About the speaker: Born in New Hampshire, Father Reginald Lynch, O.P. entered the Dominican Province of St. Joseph in 2007, and was ordained a priest in 2013. After ordination, he served at St. Patrick Parish in Columbus, Ohio and taught at the Pontifical College Josephinum, before going on to complete a PhD in theology at the University of Notre Dame, with a major concentration in medieval theology and minor concentrations in patristics and philosophical theology. He has written on a variety of topics in sacramental, systematic and historical theology in journals like The Thomist and Nova et Vetera. His book, The Cleansing of the Heart: The Sacraments as Instrumental Causes in the Thomistic Tradition (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2017) received the Charles Cardinal Journet Prize in 2018. Currently, He is working on a book on the reception of Aquinas' Eucharistic theology in the early modern period.

Just Pro Wrestling News
Remembering Jimmy Rave.

Just Pro Wrestling News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 4:59


Listen and subscribe at www.JustProWrestlingNews.com I'm Matt Carlins and this is JUST Pro Wrestling News for Tuesday, December 14, 2021. People across the world of pro wrestling are mourning the death of Jimmy Rave. He was a steady presence on the U.S. independent scene for nearly two decades…and had memorable runs in Ring Of Honor and TNA. Rave struggled with drug addiction. His health took a dramatic downturn just over a year ago when an infection led to the amputation of his left arm…and in October, BOTH of his legs. He leaves behind two children. Jimmy Rave was 39. (STINGER: WWE) The WWE Championship match at the Day 1 pay-per-view is now a 4-Way: Big E defending against Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens…and Bobby Lashley. Lashley earned his way into the match by beating all three of his Day 1 opponents in separate matches on last night's Raw. There were plenty of shady circumstances involving all three wins, but hey…he got them. Another match added to Day 1. Liv Morgan will get another shot at Becky Lynch and the Raw Women's Championship. Lynch attacked Morgan last night, crushing her arm between the ring steps and ring post. Also last night…Otis pinned one-half of the Raw Tag Champs Riddle. One-half of the women's tag champs Queen Zelina pinned Rhea Ripley with a rollup in less than a minute after Ripley got distracted by Nikki ASH getting superkicked by Carmella. Bianca Belair pinned Doudrop with a 450 splash. But Doudrop laid out Belair after the match. Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode beat United States Champion Damian Priest & Finn Balor. Ziggler pinned Balor with the ZigZag after Balor got distracted by Austin Theory taking a selfie on the ring apron. The RK-Bro-nament final did NOT happen last night. That was to pit the Street Profits against Rey & Dominik Mysterio. But WWE announced there are injuries on BOTH teams…and the match is now pushed back until December 27th. During a Twitch stream Monday night, Matt Hardy said WWE may have “jumped the gun” when it released Jeff Hardy after he walked out on a house show match in Texas earlier this month. Matt Hardy confirmed Jeff was released after he refused to go to rehab. Matt openly speculated that the results of Jeff's drug test following the incident will come back clean. (STINGER: AEW) Ring Of Honor Pure Champion Josh Woods is on tonight's AEW Dark. He'll face Shawn Spears. We'll finally see Mei Suruga in action inside an AEW ring. She and Emi Sakura take on Riho & Ryo Mizunami. Marina Shafir makes her AEW debut against Kris Statlander. Plus, Chuck Taylor vs. Ryan Nemeth…and Daniel Garcia and 2point vs. Dark Order's Evil Uno, Colt Cabana & Alex Reynolds. On last night's Dark: Elevation…Tony Nese beat Alex Reynolds. Tonight's NWA Powerrr has…The Hex defending the NWA Women's Tag Titles against Mickie James & Kiera Hogan. Plus, Dirty Dango & JTG vs. Aron Stevens & Kratos.. (STINGER: ROH) Ring Of Honor's Final Battle got the bulk of the attention - but there was also an episode of ROH TV over the weekend. Sledge beat PCO in a Falls Count Anywhere Match…EC3 beat Eli Isom…and Miranda Alize beat Chelsea Green after a distraction by The Allure. (STINGER: New Japan) New Japan holds its finals in the World Tag League and Best Of The Super Juniors tournaments on Wednesday. But it's all overshadowed by Katsuyori Shibata's promise to make a major announcement on the show. The Best Of The Super Juniors final has Hiromu Takahashi vs. YOH. Hirooki Goto & YOSHI-HASHI face EVIL & Yujiro Takahashi in the World Tag League final. IWGP World Heavyweight Champ Shingo Takagi…and Kazuchika Okada will be back in action Wednesday…on opposite sides of an undercard tag match. That's JUST Pro Wrestling News for Tuesday, December 14. Our next update comes your way tomorrow morning, so be sure to subscribe to this feed. We also thank you in advance for leaving a glowing rating or review.. I'm Matt Carlins. Thank YOU for listening. ~~~Full run down at www.justprowrestlingnews.com ~~~ • • • • • wwe #wrestling #prowrestling #smackdown #wwenetwork #wweraw #romanreigns #ajstyles #NXT #raw #njpw #wwenxt #SethRollins #TNA #johncena #RandyOrton #wrestlemania #ROH #WWF #summerslam #tripleh #aewdynamite #professionalwrestling #aew #allelitewrestling #aewontnt #DeanAmbrose #nxt #KevinOwens #wwesmackdown 

Optimal Health Daily
1571: Realistic Rates of Fat Loss by Sam Lynch of Fitnitiative on Proper Guidelines for Losing Body Fat

Optimal Health Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 11:22


Sam Lynch of Fitnitiative talks about realistic rates of fat loss Episode 1571: Realistic Rates of Fat Loss by Sam Lynch of Fitnitiative on Proper Guidelines for Losing Body Fat Samuel Lynch MSc, BSc, PPSC, CES, PES, PN1 has been in and around the fitness industry for over 10 years, and specializes in functional, pain free training that can be applied to meet any goal. Whether you want to lose fat, gain muscle, move better or simply live a healthier lifestyle; he can help you achieve it in a way that's tailored to you and your body. He focuses on the individual, giving you all of the tools you need to achieve your goals and build a body that's both strong and sustainable. He offers Personal Training in Greenwich as well as Online Coaching and Corporate Health & Wellness consulting. The original post is located here: https://fitnitiative.co.uk/2021/10/14/realistic-rates-of-fat-loss/  Indeed, the number one source of hires in the U.S., delivers 1.5x more hires than even internal referrals, according to TalentNest. Get started now with a $75 sponsored job credit to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/HEALTH. Offer valid through December 31st Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Hope Arnold, LCSW, MA: Radically Open DBT for Overcontrol/OCPD

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 56:30


Clinical presentations characterized by "overcontrol" of emotions (e.g., OCPD, chronic depression, eating disorders) can present a very unique set of challenges & opportunities within the therapeutic setting.  Psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer, Hope Arnold, LCSW, MA, joins us for a discussion of the promise of Radically Open Dialetcial Behavior Therapy (RO DBT) for assisting these clients.  In this discussion we cover:a overview of RO DBT & how Hope became interested in this therapeutic modalityhow RO DBT differs from traditional DBT a brief review of core tenants of RO DBTthe typical format & delivery of RO DBTan overview of "overcontrol"the typical clinical presentations associated with overcontrol with a special emphasis on OCPDconceptualizing overcontrol including contributions of developmental history, temperament & personality structurewhy traditional therapies may not be poised to provide benefit to clients affected by overcontroltypical presentation of clients affected by over overcontrol in sessionhow clinicians can build empathy for clients with overcontrol even though it may be difficult to access a client's actual internal experiencetips for building awareness of one's own proclivity for overcontrol and deactivating the threat system to foster social connectednessHope Arnold, LCSW, MA is a Supervisor and Trainer in Radically Open DBT (RO DBT). She began her RO DBT training with Dr. Tom Lynch, treatment developer, in 2016. Hope continues to attend intensive trainings throughout the country and receives regular supervision from Dr. Lynch.  Hope is a co-creator of the RO DBT App for electronic diary cards and skills.  ​In her clinical work, Hope is the founder of RO DBT Denver in Denver, Colorado, a center dedicated to evidence-based care and treating disorders of overcontrol. She specializes in personality disorders (Obsessive Compulsive PD, Paranoid PD, Dependent PD, Avoidant PD), eating disorders, autism spectrum disorders (special interest in female autism), and treatment-resistant disorders (depression and anxiety).  ​Prior to opening RO DBT Denver, Hope was in private practice at the DBT Center of Houston and was the RO DBT Lead Clinician.  She led a team of six clinicians intensively trained in RO DBT and supervised the team member's skill development. Hope completed her Intensive Training in DBT and Prolonged Exposure Therapy through Behavioral Tech.  Hope is also trained in Jungian Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy  ​Hope graduated Summa Cum Laude from Loyola University in New Orleans with a BBA in marketing. She worked for two of the largest private financial and consulting firms in the world before transitioning to being a clinician.  She has master's degrees in social work from the University of Houston and psychology from Saybrook University with a concentration in Jungian studies.  ​Hope has presented at the local, national, and international level on topics related to DBT, RO DBT, and Jungian Theory. www.radicallyopen.net - International RO DBT organization & trainingwww.rodbtdenver.com - Free Loving-Kindness Meditation download on Client resources pagehttps://apps.apple.com/us/app/ro-dbt/id1526204265 - RO DBT Diary Card and Skills App Comments or feedback?  Email the show: oicbtpodcast@gmail.com

Secret Movie Club Podcast
SMC Pod #84: Cinema on Television

Secret Movie Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 52:06


The Secret Movie Club Team discusses some of the great cinema-tv hybrids like David Lynch's TWIN PEAKS, Damon Lindlelof's THE WATCHMEN, and Mike Flanagan's Netflix work.  Connor and Daniel also argue for the importance of TV as its own medium without feeling the need to make it more "cinematic". Craig talks about just how much Lynch influenced Lars Von Trier. Everyone agrees AQUA TEEN HUNGER FORCE is awesome and bite size 10-15 minute TV comedy is also an art form unto itself. 

AP Pro Football Podcast
So I Don't Get Fined

AP Pro Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 43:06


5-time Pro Bowl running back Marshawn Lynch and 5-time All-Pro linebacker Patrick Willis join host Rob Maaddi to discuss several topics. Lynch talks about life after retiring from the NFL, Willis discusses his journey to the league and the possibility of being selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Also, AP Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner breaks down the NFL's wide-open playoff races.

Professional Madden League Pod
On 2 the Next Season (w/ Guests)

Professional Madden League Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 76:48


The boys are back (Strawberry, Jags, and Lynch) to preview PML Season 2, this time with a bit of a new format. They keep the guests coming throughout the show to bring a special perspective on the Jets, Falcons, Colts, and Football Team. Listen as they touch on the teams to look out for and who the dark horses could be this season. Watch Live at: https://www.twitch.tv/professionalmaddenleague Follow us on: Twitter: @PMLcommish Instagram: @professionalmaddenleague Youtube: ProfessionalMaddenLeague

Giants Huddle - New York Giants

Bob Papa joins John Schmeelk to talk about some memorable moments from Giants-Chargers and longtime Giants player, broadcaster, and Ring of Honor inductee Dick Lynch. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | iHeart Radio

The Projection Booth Podcast
Special Report: Lost Highway (1997)

The Projection Booth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 170:54


We conclude #Noirvember 2021 with a special episode about David Lynch's Lost Highway. Written by Lynch and Barry Gifford, it's the story of Fred Madison (Bill Pullman), a musician who has trouble trusting his wife, Renee (Patricia Arquette). When they begin to get anonymous deliveries of VHS tapes, the pair are plunged into an underworld of mystery… Jedidiah Ayres and Bill Ackerman join Mike to discuss the film and this phase of David Lynch's career.

Fake The Nation
We Need to Feel Alive Again (w/ Grace Lynch and John Fugelsang, Sherrod Small and Seena Ghaznavi)

Fake The Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 32:36


In this two-part holiday edition of Fake the Nation, Negin is joined by Grace Lynch and John Fugelsang as they tackle a cultural grab bag of topics from the origins of "No Bones Day" to the astrological signs of killers -- sorry Scorpios. In part two, Negin is joined by Sherrod Small and Seena Ghaznavi as they talk about the socioeconomics of Black artists.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.